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1 1, 1 | knowledge proper to this science comes through ~revelation and 2 1, 5 | moving to the form; thirdly, comes the form. Hence in that ~ 3 1, 5 | means through which it comes to the end, where the movement 4 1, 9 | the divine manifestation ~comes to us from the movement 5 1, 10 | movement, and one part ~comes after another, the fact 6 1, 10 | nor subject to innovation, comes from its changelessness; 7 1, 11 | would follow that ~"one" comes after "multitude," and is 8 1, 11 | of "one." ~But division comes to be understood from the 9 1, 11 | of being: so ~what first comes to mind is being; secondly, 10 1, 11 | a consequence; thirdly, comes ~the notion of one; fourthly, 11 1, 12 | itself, because all knowledge comes by the form; whereas the 12 1, 12 | actual sensible. But this comes about inasmuch as ~sense 13 1, 12 | every kind of knowledge ~comes about by the knower being 14 1, 12 | ignoring of Him "what He is," comes about also ~by natural reason. 15 1, 13 | simply and unitedly. Thus it ~comes about that He is one in 16 1, 13 | and the universal cause comes before the particular cause. 17 1, 13 | healthy" applied to animals comes into the definition of ~" 18 1, 13 | Further, this name "God" comes from operation, as explained. 19 1, 13 | existence considered absolutely ~comes before the idea of cause. ~ 20 1, 13 | is ~existence, from which comes this name, HE WHO IS.~Aquin.: 21 1, 14 | contraction of ~the form comes from the matter. Hence, 22 1, 14 | Further, all knowledge comes about through the medium 23 1, 14 | Further, speculative knowledge comes by abstraction from things; ~ 24 1, 19 | His determination to act comes from another; ~and thus 25 1, 19 | of burning things, that comes first which is fire by ~ 26 1, 19 | if God wills a thing, it comes ~to pass; and every true 27 1, 20 | providence over things ~comes from the love wherewith 28 1, 21 | to law. But ~whereas law comes to us from some higher power, 29 1, 22 | moral virtues themselves, comes the consideration of ~prudence, 30 1, 22 | 2) Whether everything comes under divine providence?~( 31 1, 22 | end, because the ~effect comes from a cause other than, 32 1, 23 | this or that particular sin comes from ~the use of his free-will. 33 1, 23 | has any ~cause; or what comes to the same thing, whether 34 1, 24 | Further, as the life of glory comes from God, so also does the ~ 35 1, 25 | to his ~father, when he comes to maturity. But it is not 36 1, 27 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection comes from the idea of procession 37 1, 27 | substance of ~created being comes from God, since there is 38 1, 29 | which is an intentional name comes improperly into the ~definition.~ 39 1, 29 | this kind of generation comes from an ~intrinsic principle, 40 1, 29 | and ~tragedies. For person comes from sounding through [personando], 41 1, 29 | that His individuality comes from matter; but only in 42 1, 32 | someone from whom another comes, and of ~someone that comes 43 1, 32 | comes, and of ~someone that comes from another, and by these 44 1, 32 | directly, where any ~truth comes to us principally as divinely 45 1, 33 | Trinity. Therefore ~"Father" comes first as an essential name 46 1, 33 | the contrary, The eternal comes before the temporal. But 47 1, 36 | difference itself of origin comes from the fact that the Son 48 1, 38 | Ghost. ~For the name Gift comes from being given. But, as 49 1, 39 | action while ~"essence" comes from being [essendo], things 50 1, 39 | fourfold ~consideration comes to our mind in reference 51 1, 40 | Further, what is absolute comes before what is relative. 52 1, 40 | presupposes distinction, which ~comes into its definition; for 53 1, 42 | Further, everything that comes from another has a principle. 54 1, 42 | nature exists, there one comes before ~another, at least, 55 1, 42 | principle, the principle still ~comes first in the order of nature 56 1, 43 | departs from one place and comes anew ~into another. But 57 1, 45 | when we say, "from morning comes midday"--i.e. after morning 58 1, 45 | This false imagination comes from creation being taken 59 1, 45 | to some Person. For what ~comes first is the cause of what 60 1, 47 | the distinction of things comes from chance ~according to 61 1, 47 | reduce whatever distinction comes from matter to a higher 62 1, 47 | the distinction of things comes from their proper ~forms. 63 1, 47 | unity is equality; and then comes ~multiplicity; and therefore 64 1, 47 | the matter; but inequality comes from the ~perfection of 65 1, 47 | multiplication in ~number comes from matter. But the world 66 1, 48 | to it. For every action comes from some form; and ~everything 67 1, 48 | penal. Therefore every evil comes under ~pain. ~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 48 | Therefore the evil which comes from the withdrawal of the 69 1, 49 | corruption befall air and water comes from ~the perfection of 70 1, 49 | it fails to heat - this comes either by defect of the 71 1, 49 | the defect of the ~action comes from the will actually deficient, 72 1, 49 | because the deficient effect comes from the deficient cause, 73 1, 50 | species. But the ~genus comes from the matter, and the 74 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 4: This argument comes from the opinion of such 75 1, 52 | the thing with which it comes into contact, and is not ~ 76 1, 53 | which is continually moved comes, before arriving at the 77 1, 53 | since the continuity of time comes of the continuity of movement, ~ 78 1, 54 | less perfectly; for this comes ~about through the diverse 79 1, 54 | experience. But experience comes of many remembrances, as ~ 80 1, 54 | good; while deception in us comes properly from the phantasy, ~ 81 1, 55 | every part and detail; this ~comes of their weakness of intellect: 82 1, 57 | Further, all knowledge comes about by some assimilation 83 1, 57 | Now it is clear that there comes forth ~from God not only 84 1, 58 | discursive movement of the mind comes from one thing being known ~ 85 1, 58 | discursive: ~for, "one experience comes of many remembrances, and 86 1, 58 | called "rational"; and this comes of the feebleness ~of their 87 1, 58 | Hence discursive knowledge ~comes about according as from 88 1, 58 | contained in ~it. And this comes from the weakness of the 89 1, 58 | no such animal. And this comes about in things composite, 90 1, 58 | perversity of the demons comes of their not ~being subject 91 1, 59 | by such discursion reason comes to know what intellect learns 92 1, 59 | towards something extrinsic comes from something ~superadded 93 1, 59 | as tendency to a place comes from gravity or ~lightness, 94 1, 59 | make something like itself comes from ~the active qualities.~ 95 1, 59 | or man. Because knowledge comes about in so far as the object ~ 96 1, 59 | of the appetitive faculty comes of this, that the affection ~ 97 1, 60 | of the appetitive faculty comes of ~love.~Aquin.: SMT FP 98 1, 60 | must bear in mind that what comes first is always ~sustained 99 1, 60 | always ~sustained in what comes after it. Now nature comes 100 1, 60 | comes after it. Now nature comes before intellect, ~because 101 1, 60 | from such ~knowledge in man comes the knowledge of conclusions, 102 1, 60 | love; but the ~love which comes of this, which is of something 103 1, 60 | known ~within the knower. It comes of the imperfection of man' 104 1, 60 | ix, 8): "Love for others ~comes of love for oneself."~Aquin.: 105 1, 60 | it. But love for another comes of ~love for self, as the 106 1, 62 | the bliss of the angels comes of seeing the Word. Consequently ~ 107 1, 62 | light." But such formation comes from ~grace. Therefore they 108 1, 62 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, grace comes midway between nature and 109 1, 62 | the order of nature grace comes midway between ~nature and 110 1, 62 | turning to God, so ~far as it comes of free-will, is meritorious; 111 1, 62 | movement of charity, which comes of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 112 1, 62 | natural condition: while merit comes midway between. Therefore 113 1, 62 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: As grace comes of God's will alone, so 114 1, 62 | order of the principles, comes of its ~own defect. Hence 115 1, 62 | the end in view; but it comes of the defect of liberty 116 1, 62 | removed from ~the infinite; it comes to pass that the rational 117 1, 63 | supernatural beatitude, comes of ~infused love, from which 118 1, 63 | itself. Such sin always comes of ignorance or error; ~ 119 1, 63 | sin. In ~another way sin comes of free-will by choosing 120 1, 63 | towards some good; since it comes from ~a good principle; 121 1, 63 | begins with the existence comes of the ~agent from which 122 1, 63 | upward movement in fire ~comes of its productive cause. 123 1, 63 | regard to men, in whom ~evil comes to pass from seeking after 124 1, 64 | with regard to ourselves, comes from the weakness of our ~ 125 1, 64 | knowledge from phantasms; as it comes from the ~weakness of its 126 1, 64 | hence, after ~"evening" comes "morning" [Gn. 1]). Therefore 127 1, 64 | experience: because ~experience comes of the senses. Consequently 128 1, 64 | truth is twofold: one which comes of ~nature, and one which 129 1, 64 | of ~nature, and one which comes of grace. The knowledge 130 1, 64 | grace. The knowledge which comes of grace ~is likewise twofold: 131 1, 64 | knowledge, however, which comes of grace, ~and consists 132 1, 64 | possess ~the purity which comes with grace, nevertheless 133 1, 64 | demon's act is twofold. One comes of deliberate will; and ~ 134 1, 66 | therein not something that comes and ~goes as a result of 135 1, 69 | formless state of ~the earth comes to an end. But this state 136 1, 73 | called completed till it ~comes to rest, for rest denotes 137 1, 75 | than ~beasts." Thus death comes to both alike as to the 138 1, 77 | being imperfect, a ~thing comes to be perfect. Thus, according 139 1, 77 | For the visible ~naturally comes first; since it is common 140 1, 38 | Ghost. ~For the name Gift comes from being given. But, as 141 1, 39 | action while ~"essence" comes from being [essendo], things 142 1, 39 | fourfold ~consideration comes to our mind in reference 143 1, 40 | Further, what is absolute comes before what is relative. 144 1, 40 | presupposes distinction, which ~comes into its definition; for 145 1, 42 | Further, everything that comes from another has a principle. 146 1, 42 | nature exists, there one comes before ~another, at least, 147 1, 42 | principle, the principle still ~comes first in the order of nature 148 1, 43 | departs from one place and comes anew ~into another. But 149 1, 46 | when we say, "from morning comes midday"--i.e. after morning 150 1, 46 | This false imagination comes from creation being taken 151 1, 46 | to some Person. For what ~comes first is the cause of what 152 1, 48 | the distinction of things comes from chance ~according to 153 1, 48 | reduce whatever distinction comes from matter to a higher 154 1, 48 | the distinction of things comes from their proper ~forms. 155 1, 48 | unity is equality; and then comes multiplicity; and therefore 156 1, 48 | the matter; but inequality comes from the ~perfection of 157 1, 48 | multiplication in ~number comes from matter. But the world 158 1, 49 | to it. For every action comes from some form; and ~everything 159 1, 49 | penal. Therefore every evil comes under ~pain. ~Aquin.: SMT 160 1, 49 | Therefore the evil which comes from the withdrawal of the 161 1, 50 | corruption befall air and water comes from ~the perfection of 162 1, 50 | it fails to heat - this comes either by defect of the 163 1, 50 | the defect of the ~action comes from the will actually deficient, 164 1, 50 | because the deficient effect comes from the deficient cause, 165 1, 51 | species. But the ~genus comes from the matter, and the 166 1, 51 | Reply OBJ 4: This argument comes from the opinion of such 167 1, 53 | the thing with which it comes into contact, and is not ~ 168 1, 54 | which is continually moved comes, before arriving at the 169 1, 54 | since the continuity of time comes of the continuity of movement, ~ 170 1, 55 | less perfectly; for this comes ~about through the diverse 171 1, 55 | experience. But experience comes of many remembrances, as ~ 172 1, 55 | good; while deception in us comes properly from the phantasy, ~ 173 1, 56 | every part and detail; this ~comes of their weakness of intellect: 174 1, 58 | Further, all knowledge comes about by some assimilation 175 1, 58 | Now it is clear that there comes forth ~from God not only 176 1, 59 | discursive movement of the mind comes from one thing being known ~ 177 1, 59 | discursive: ~for, "one experience comes of many remembrances, and 178 1, 59 | called "rational"; and this comes of the feebleness ~of their 179 1, 59 | Hence discursive knowledge ~comes about according as from 180 1, 59 | contained in ~it. And this comes from the weakness of the 181 1, 59 | no such animal. And this comes about in things composite, 182 1, 59 | perversity of the demons comes of their not ~being subject 183 1, 60 | by such discursion reason comes to know what intellect learns 184 1, 60 | towards something extrinsic comes from something ~superadded 185 1, 60 | as tendency to a place comes from gravity or ~lightness, 186 1, 60 | make something like itself comes from ~the active qualities.~ 187 1, 60 | or man. Because knowledge comes about in so far as the object ~ 188 1, 60 | of the appetitive faculty comes of this, that the affection ~ 189 1, 61 | of the appetitive faculty comes of ~love.~Aquin.: SMT FP 190 1, 61 | must bear in mind that what comes first is always ~sustained 191 1, 61 | always ~sustained in what comes after it. Now nature comes 192 1, 61 | comes after it. Now nature comes before intellect, ~because 193 1, 61 | from such ~knowledge in man comes the knowledge of conclusions, 194 1, 61 | love; but the ~love which comes of this, which is of something 195 1, 61 | known ~within the knower. It comes of the imperfection of man' 196 1, 61 | ix, 8): "Love for others ~comes of love for oneself."~Aquin.: 197 1, 61 | it. But love for another comes of ~love for self, as the 198 1, 63 | the bliss of the angels comes of seeing the Word. Consequently ~ 199 1, 63 | light." But such formation comes from ~grace. Therefore they 200 1, 63 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, grace comes midway between nature and 201 1, 63 | the order of nature grace comes midway between ~nature and 202 1, 63 | turning to God, so ~far as it comes of free-will, is meritorious; 203 1, 63 | movement of charity, which comes of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 204 1, 63 | natural condition: while merit comes midway between. Therefore 205 1, 63 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: As grace comes of God's will alone, so 206 1, 63 | order of the principles, comes of its ~own defect. Hence 207 1, 63 | the end in view; but it comes of the defect of liberty 208 1, 63 | removed from ~the infinite; it comes to pass that the rational 209 1, 64 | supernatural beatitude, comes of ~infused love, from which 210 1, 64 | itself. Such sin always comes of ignorance or error; ~ 211 1, 64 | sin. In ~another way sin comes of free-will by choosing 212 1, 64 | towards some good; since it comes from ~a good principle; 213 1, 64 | begins with the existence comes of the ~agent from which 214 1, 64 | upward movement in fire ~comes of its productive cause. 215 1, 64 | regard to men, in whom ~evil comes to pass from seeking after 216 1, 65 | with regard to ourselves, comes from the weakness of our ~ 217 1, 65 | knowledge from phantasms; as it comes from the ~weakness of its 218 1, 65 | hence, after ~"evening" comes "morning" [Gn. 1]). Therefore 219 1, 65 | experience: because ~experience comes of the senses. Consequently 220 1, 65 | truth is twofold: one which comes of ~nature, and one which 221 1, 65 | of ~nature, and one which comes of grace. The knowledge 222 1, 65 | grace. The knowledge which comes of grace ~is likewise twofold: 223 1, 65 | knowledge, however, which comes of grace, ~and consists 224 1, 65 | possess ~the purity which comes with grace, nevertheless 225 1, 65 | demon's act is twofold. One comes of deliberate will; and ~ 226 1, 67 | therein not something that comes and ~goes as a result of 227 1, 70 | formless state of ~the earth comes to an end. But this state 228 1, 72 | called completed till it ~comes to rest, for rest denotes 229 1, 74 | than ~beasts." Thus death comes to both alike as to the 230 1, 76 | being imperfect, a ~thing comes to be perfect. Thus, according 231 1, 76 | For the visible ~naturally comes first; since it is common 232 1, 77 | all the senses. After this comes the hearing and then the ~ 233 1, 77 | perception ~of sensible forms comes by an immutation caused 234 1, 78 | higher, first the sense comes to our aid, then ~imagination, 235 1, 78 | things, first the sense comes to our aid, then ~imagination, 236 1, 78 | from which, they say, ~comes speech expressed by the 237 1, 82 | quality or another; for this comes to us from nature. Therefore 238 1, 84 | that the object ~defined comes in our knowledge before 239 1, 84 | knowledge of the former comes before our knowledge of 240 1, 84 | potentiality to actuality comes first to an incomplete act, 241 1, 84 | this way ~the more common comes first in the order of nature; 242 1, 84 | imperfect: thus the less common comes naturally before the ~more 243 1, 84 | the ~more common; as man comes before animal. For the intention 244 1, 84 | Therefore "animal" in itself comes into our ~knowledge before " 245 1, 84 | before "man"; but "man" comes before "animal" considered 246 1, 84 | a material thing, which comes under ~the action of the 247 1, 84 | the divisible; as a point comes into the definition of a 248 1, 84 | are points"; also unity comes into the definition of number, 249 1, 85 | whereas the ~universal comes from the abstraction of 250 1, 86 | the nature of the soul, comes to us according to the derivation 251 1, 87 | are not most felt by us, comes from sense being corrupted 252 1, 88 | and its mode. Its species comes from the object, whereto 253 1, 91 | the ~production of woman comes from defect in the active 254 1, 92 | among all creatures nothing ~comes nearer to Him." It is clear, 255 1, 92 | the case with faith, which comes to us temporally ~for this 256 1, 93 | natural order, perfection comes before ~imperfection, as 257 1, 97 | be considered. One, which comes from nature, is ~the union 258 1, 103 | influx of existence ~which comes from Him Whom finite power 259 1, 104 | of grace," ~which hope comes from faith, whereby we believe 260 1, 105 | Beatifier; all of which comes from God. Therefore one 261 1, 106 | another one's knowledge, comes from the body; ~and so it 262 1, 106 | Hence to communicate what comes ~from the created will is 263 1, 107 | of hierarchies and orders comes from the angelic ~nature?~ 264 1, 107 | belongs to charity which comes not ~from nature but from 265 1, 107 | way the name "Cherubim" comes from a certain excess of ~ 266 1, 107 | OBJ 3: Further, knowledge comes before love, and intellect 267 1, 110 | In this respect faith comes ~from God alone. Secondly, 268 1, 112 | ordinary course of nature comes from a ~special grace of 269 1, 117 | that the intellect alone ~comes from without."~Aquin.: SMT 270 1, 117 | says that the intellect comes from without. But this will ~ 271 1, 118 | and says ~that the latter "comes and goes." Now what is formed 272 1, 118 | what is formed from food comes and ~goes. Therefore what 273 1, 118 | ways. Firstly, because it comes to the ~same that a form 274 1, 118 | always remain, but as it comes so it goes. But ~this is 275 2, 1 | before ~it. But the end comes into existence afterwards. 276 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It comes to the same whether we desire 277 2, 3 | towards the end: while delight comes to the will ~from the end 278 2, 5 | since ~what is in many, comes, apparently, from nature; 279 2, 8 | through (willing) the end comes to ~will the means; just 280 2, 9 | through this reflection he comes to the conclusion that he 281 2, 12 | terminus, when the movement ~comes to a stop; this is the terminus 282 2, 14 | indeed in intention, ~but comes afterwards into execution. 283 2, 14 | conclusion whereat the inquiry comes to ~an end. Nothing however 284 2, 15 | he calls "the sentence," "comes the choice." Therefore ~ 285 2, 16 | on the contrary execution comes last. Therefore use is ~ 286 2, 19 | depend on ~reason. For what comes first does not depend on 287 2, 19 | is the reason thereof; it comes to ~pass that the quantity 288 2, 19 | above. And therefore it comes to pass that a certain ~ 289 2, 19 | some particular thing, comes to a thing from God as its 290 2, 20 | action, in so ~far as it comes from reason's ordination 291 2, 21 | from this ~rectitude, it comes under the notion of sin.~ 292 2, 25 | rest in evil, viz. sadness, comes ~between two irascible passions: 293 2, 32 | knowledge; a desire which comes to man ~when he sees an 294 2, 45 | relation to good, ~since it comes after good, as privation 295 2, 45 | after good, as privation comes after habit; consequently ~ 296 2, 45 | daring which pursues evil, comes after hope which pursues 297 2, 45 | because they think that God comes to the ~assistance of those 298 2, 45 | danger; so that when he comes to experience the danger, 299 2, 51 | knowledge of principles comes to us from ~the senses.~ 300 2, 51 | the habit, in so far as it comes ~from an active principle, 301 2, 66 | peace." After fortitude comes temperance, which subjects 302 2, 68 | ii, 27): "The Holy Ghost comes upon all the ~faithful; 303 2, 70 | product ~of a plant when it comes to perfection, and has a 304 2, 72 | in the physical order it comes ~under the same head, that 305 2, 73 | sickness: thus a sickness which comes on the human body ~from 306 2, 74 | about ~sensible objects comes also under the direction 307 2, 74 | judgment deals with that which comes last; and, in ~human acts, 308 2, 74 | acts, the action itself comes last, and the delectation 309 2, 78 | malice. Therefore a man comes to sin through certain malice, 310 2, 81 | Therefore nothing ~which comes by way of origin is blameworthy 311 2, 81 | 3: Further, original sin comes upon all from our first 312 2, 83 | to form, which ~though it comes second in order of generation, 313 2, 83 | generation, nevertheless comes first ~in the order of perfection 314 2, 89 | In mortal sin the soul comes into contact with a temporal ~ 315 2, 89 | sin: and when the child comes to that time, it ~can stay 316 2, 89 | is ~because before a man comes to the age of discretion, 317 2, 93 | matters it cannot direct, comes ~under the ordination of 318 2, 100 | mode of observing a virtue comes under the precept of ~the 319 2, 100 | Whether the mode of charity comes under the precept?~(11) 320 2, 100 | OBJ 2: Further, that which comes under a precept has the 321 2, 100 | intention of the lawgiver ~comes chiefly under the precept. 322 2, 100 | that the mode of charity comes under the precept; ~and 323 2, 101 | is preparatory to the end comes under the science ~whose 324 2, 102 | of guilt and punishment ~comes to us through our carnal 325 2, 108 | order to curb his desires, ~comes under the head of fasting; 326 2, 108 | the love of ~his neighbor, comes under the head of alms-deeds; 327 2, 108 | for the worship of God, comes under the head of prayer. 328 2, 110 | properly ~speaking, no accident comes into being or is corrupted, 329 2, 112 | privileged ~knowledge, which comes of revelation. Hence he 330 2, 113 | teacher. Hence, no one comes to the Father by justifying 331 2, 113 | Spirit. Now the Holy Spirit comes to men's ~minds suddenly, 332 2, 114 | But ~not to be able to sin comes under merit, for we merit 333 2, 1 | Truth, in as much as nothing comes under faith except in ~relation 334 2, 1 | 1~I answer that, Nothing comes under any power, habit or 335 2, 1 | and it is thus that it comes under faith. ~Hence in so 336 2, 1 | Hence in so far as it comes under faith, it cannot be 337 2, 1 | follow that anything false ~comes under faith.~Aquin.: SMT 338 2, 1 | material cause, the imperfect comes ~first, and in this way 339 2, 1 | the perfection of manhood comes in youth, and ~that a man' 340 2, 2 | stage of perfection that comes with the certitude of ~sight. 341 2, 4 | forth the truth in him," comes ~to the same as "substance 342 2, 4 | Therefore ~when living faith comes, lifeless faith is done 343 2, 4 | faith. Therefore when it comes to a believer, who hitherto ~ 344 2, 4 | but that when living faith comes, ~lifeless faith is done 345 2, 4 | same, when living faith comes the habit of lifeless faith 346 2, 4 | for then, when the perfect comes ~the imperfect must needs 347 2, 4 | not less effective when it comes to a believer than when 348 2, 4 | a believer than when it comes to ~an unbeliever: since 349 2, 4 | of a thing is ~that which comes first. Therefore faith is 350 2, 10 | can be no good ~save what comes from a right intention. 351 2, 10 | wish; but not before it comes to the use of ~reason. Hence 352 2, 10 | apply to a child before it comes to the use of ~reason: yet 353 2, 13 | grievous sin, it seems that man comes ~to commit this sin through 354 2, 15 | prescribe the act of a virtue comes to the same as to ~forbid 355 2, 18 | fear departs when charity comes?~(7) Whether fear is the 356 2, 18 | those ~things whence evil comes to us." But evil comes to 357 2, 18 | evil comes to us." But evil comes to us, not from God, but ~ 358 2, 18 | Para. 2/3~From Him there comes the evil of punishment, 359 2, 18 | driven away when charity comes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 360 2, 18 | driven out when charity comes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 361 2, 18 | driven out when charity comes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 362 2, 18 | self-love is: ~because it comes to the same that a man love 363 2, 18 | entirely ~cast out when charity comes, although the fear of punishment 364 2, 19 | about God is that from Him ~comes salvation to mankind, and 365 2, 22 | without faith, since it comes of ~"an unfeigned faith," 366 2, 24 | thing to which happiness comes by a kind of ~overflow, 367 2, 25 | while we almost despise what comes easy to us.~Aquin.: SMT 368 2, 28 | instance when another's ~evil comes near to us, so as to pass 369 2, 30 | due to an extrinsic cause comes to the ~same as the ransom 370 2, 31 | seek him, when ~the time comes, so as to pay him what he 371 2, 31 | of fraternal ~correction comes under the precept.~Aquin.: 372 2, 38 | in Ev. xiv): "The wolf comes upon the sheep, when any 373 2, 38 | Further, apparently, it comes to the same whether a man 374 2, 42 | Therefore the order of charity ~comes under the precept of the 375 2, 42 | essential ~to an act of virtue comes under the precept which 376 2, 45 | exercise; and consequently comes under the ~direction of 377 2, 45 | the "necessary true," it comes under ~neither counsel nor 378 2, 47 | nature, while its ~perfection comes through practice or grace, 379 2, 47 | mentions "understanding," which comes to the same.~Aquin.: SMT 380 2, 47 | The certitude of reason comes from the intellect. Yet 381 2, 49 | Ethic. vi, 5]: for counsel comes ~first, judgment follows, 382 2, 49 | judgment follows, and command comes last. The last named has 383 2, 50 | Nom. vii), even as a man comes into contact with the angel 384 2, 50 | highest act, and judgment ~comes between, it seems that the 385 2, 51 | Further, none but original sin comes to man with his birth. But ~ 386 2, 51 | his birth. But ~imprudence comes to man with his birth, wherefore 387 2, 62 | this passage is that which comes ~from revengeful spite. 388 2, 65 | Now the latter knowledge comes to him both in ~general 389 2, 66 | qualifications, when he ~comes to pronounce sentence, unless 390 2, 71 | already ~possesses: after this comes adultery, which is contrary 391 2, 73 | Israel." In the second place ~comes derision of one's parents, 392 2, 75 | quality of a ~thing that comes into human use is measured 393 2, 75 | the buyer, when the defect comes to his knowledge. Moreover ~ 394 2, 77 | as a sin, when the time comes ~for the action; and yet 395 2, 78 | vi, 13]: and "holiness" comes to the same, as we ~shall 396 2, 79 | becoming manner. ~But order comes under the aspect of good, 397 2, 81 | desire aright. But to desire ~comes under a precept of charity, 398 2, 81 | charity, whereas to ask comes under a precept of ~religion, 399 2, 81 | is through faith that man comes to ~know of God's omnipotence 400 2, 85 | Now whatever man possesses comes ~under the designation of 401 2, 86 | OBJ 2: As soon as a man comes of age, if he be a freeman 402 2, 86 | Church, it follows ~that it comes under the Church's dispensation. 403 2, 87 | OBJ 2: Further, whatever comes from an evil seems to be 404 2, 87 | good ~fruit." Now swearing comes from an evil, for it is 405 2, 87 | useful purpose: yet it 'comes of the evil' of the person 406 2, 87 | emergency: and such a case comes under neither law nor vow. 407 2, 87 | the keeping ~of an oath comes under a Divine precept, 408 2, 87 | under an oath no ~longer comes under it, as not being due 409 2, 93 | are invoked openly, this comes under the head of ~"necromancy"; 410 2, 93 | to question a demon who comes to us ~of his own accord ( 411 2, 93 | knowledge is infallible and comes ~from God. Therefore it 412 2, 95 | matter; and this nowise comes under the head of temptation 413 2, 95 | 2]). Now doubt about God comes under the head of ~unbelief, 414 2, 97 | is an injury to God, and comes under the head of ~sacrilege.~ 415 2, 98 | any eternal thing which comes ~under the head of "real 416 2, 102 | from ~reverence for God, it comes under religion, and pertains 417 2, 102 | wills him to will. This comes to ~man's knowledge chiefly 418 2, 104 | when the convenient time comes; and the same ~is to be 419 2, 115 | consistent with money. Now ~money comes under the head of useful 420 2, 115 | the use of ~others, and comes under the head of gifts. 421 2, 116 | sins. Now ~covetousness comes naturally to old age and 422 2, 116 | most grievous; after this comes a sin that is committed 423 2, 116 | person, and after this comes a sin against external things, 424 2, 120 | obstacles are removed, comes first, as stated in the 425 2, 121 | reason: and after fortitude comes temperance, since also pleasures 426 2, 122 | this ~respect that an act comes to belong to the perfection 427 2, 122 | sake, because this all comes under the head of witnessing 428 2, 123 | excuse, because, since death ~comes, of necessity, to all, it 429 2, 123 | Reply OBJ 2: Although death comes, of necessity, to all, yet 430 2, 128 | evil will." ~Now all that comes of the root of an evil will 431 2, 130 | with praise": and this ~comes to the same as what Augustine 432 2, 139 | This is how ~temperance comes to be a principal virtue.~ 433 2, 142 | us: whereas the harm that comes from ~strangers and passersby 434 2, 146 | unrestrained, all virtue ~comes to naught." But virtue is 435 2, 152 | another. Now fornication comes under the same head as things 436 2, 152 | because a ~matter that comes under the determination 437 2, 152 | When the same ~image that comes into the mind of a speaker 438 2, 152 | gravest of all. After it comes ~incest, which, as stated 439 2, 152 | with cattle." After this comes the sin of ~sodomy, because 440 2, 152 | is not observed. Lastly comes the ~sin of not observing 441 2, 154 | body. For sexual diversity comes not from the soul but from 442 2, 155 | This ~moderation of soul comes from a certain sweetness 443 2, 166 | others with whom a man comes in contact. And, in so far 444 2, 169 | Now ~prophetic knowledge comes through a Divine light, 445 2, 170 | prophecy. Therefore prophecy comes from nature. ~Aquin.: SMT 446 2, 170 | Ghost." Therefore prophecy comes not from nature, but through ~ 447 2, 170 | from the former, which comes through Divine revelation. 448 2, 170 | future by means of dreams, comes either from the ~revelation 449 2, 170 | Whether prophetic revelation comes through the angels?~Aquin.: 450 2, 170 | its true and exact ~sense comes from Divine inspiration; 451 2, 170 | inspiration; while that which comes from a ~natural cause is 452 2, 170 | 1/1~Whether any prophecy comes from the demons?~Aquin.: 453 2, 170 | would seem that no prophecy comes from the demons. For ~prophecy 454 2, 171 | perfect, and when the ~latter comes the former is made void, 455 2, 172 | than opinion, ~because it comes through a more excellent 456 2, 173 | But ~Augustine clearly comes to an opposite decision, 457 2, 177 | the division of that which comes afterwards is ~unfittingly 458 2, 177 | unfittingly applied to that which comes first. Now active and ~contemplative, 459 2, 177 | iii, 10); while "to live" comes before "to ~understand," 460 2, 177 | understand," since "to live" comes first to living things through 461 2, 180 | regard to us, because it comes first in ~the order of generation. 462 2, 182 | to the sacred ministry it comes under the consideration 463 2, 183 | in Ev.) that "the wolf ~comes upon the sheep when any 464 2, 183 | after which a testament comes into force according to 465 2, 185 | directed to obtaining food, it ~comes under a necessity of precept 466 2, 185 | necessaries, that when the hour ~comes for them to nourish their 467 2, 186 | equally forbade both, that it comes to the same to ~have money 468 2, 187 | and Moral. xxii): "No ~one comes suddenly to the summit; 469 2, 187 | to pass from that which comes first to that ~which comes 470 2, 187 | comes first to that ~which comes after, it follows that one 471 2, 187 | is evident that no one comes to the summit suddenly, 472 2, 187 | enter religion when the time comes or the condition is fulfilled.~ 473 2, 187 | puberty," ~although in some it comes earlier and in others it 474 2, 187 | deference to one's parents comes under an obligation of the 475 2, 187 | not of God, since it often comes to naught through his leaving 476 3, 2 | observed that the word "nature" comes from ~nativity. Hence this 477 3, 2 | OBJ 2: Further, whatever comes to a thing that is complete 478 3, 2 | that is complete in being ~comes to it accidentally, for 479 3, 2 | completion of the being comes ~accidentally, unless it 480 3, 2 | the resurrection the body comes to the soul which pre-exists, ~ 481 3, 2 | man to ~which whiteness comes. But the Word of God from 482 3, 6 | OBJ 3: Further, that which comes later is assumed by the 483 3, 6 | through ~the medium of what comes before. But the soul implies 484 3, 6 | essence, ~which naturally comes before its power - the mind. 485 3, 6 | before the rational ~soul comes to it. Therefore it was 486 3, 6 | before the rational soul comes to it, because when any ~ 487 3, 7 | Father of lights." But ~what comes thus is possessed partially, 488 3, 9 | of fire, ~and, when this comes, the heat does not cease, 489 3, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Death comes to all men from the sin 490 3, 15 | v, 45) that "anger that comes of ~evil blinds the eye 491 3, 15 | the mind, but anger that comes of zeal disturbs ~it." Now 492 3, 24 | in regard to that which comes under predestination. ~Secondly, 493 3, 24 | First, as regards what comes under ~predestination materially, 494 3, 24 | since this ~assumption comes under predestination by 495 3, 34 | counsel, as soon as this ~comes to an end are certain of 496 3, 39 | of the ~morning star, but comes forth while the latter is 497 3, 39 | baptism the Holy Ghost comes down upon us from on high, 498 3, 41 | sin." Now temptation which comes from an ~enemy can be without 499 3, 41 | without sin: because it comes about by merely outward ~ 500 3, 41 | suggestion. But temptation which comes from the flesh cannot be


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