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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | i); and its truth so far remains that it does not allow the 2 1, 3 | has been ascertained there remains the ~further question of 3 1, 7 | under some substantial form, remains in potentiality to many ~ 4 1, 7 | infinite in essence, it still remains to inquire ~whether any 5 1, 8 | sun as ~long as the air remains illuminated. Therefore as 6 1, 9 | everything which is moved, remains as it was in part, and passes 7 1, 9 | whiteness to blackness, remains the same as ~to substance; 8 1, 9 | substances." Still, there remains in them a ~twofold mutability: 9 1, 9 | power; nevertheless there remains in them mutability as regards 10 1, 10 | iv), the "now" of ~time remains the same in the whole of 11 1, 10 | aspect is time. But eternity ~remains the same according to both 12 1, 14 | anything extrinsic; ~for it remains in the operator as his own 13 1, 14 | form, being a form that remains in that to ~which it gives 14 1, 15 | the knowledge of God, it remains to consider ideas. ~And 15 1, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, what remains after every change is immutable; 16 1, 16 | incorruptible, since it remains after all ~generation and 17 1, 16 | and corruption. But truth remains after all change; for after ~ 18 1, 16 | truth of ~these propositions remains immutable; and for the same 19 1, 16 | not so as that no truth remains, but because ~that truth 20 1, 16 | rises, the first truth remains, but the second is changed.~ 21 1, 16 | true, that the same truth remains invariable.~~ 22 1, 18 | is manifested ~first and remains last. We say then that an 23 1, 21 | follows, ~the power of mercy remains, and works indeed with even 24 1, 25 | pertaining thereto, it remains for us to consider the power 25 1, 25 | says ~(Metaph. v, 17). It remains, therefore, that in God 26 1, 25 | in an ~infinite time. It remains, therefore, according to 27 1, 25 | A[3] Body Para. 2/3~It remains therefore, that God is called 28 1, 27 | the divine essence, it ~remains to treat of what belongs 29 1, 27 | intellect, the action of which ~remains in the intelligent agent. 30 1, 27 | proceeds from the speaker, yet remains in him. In ~that sense the 31 1, 27 | anything external, but ~remains in the agent itself. Such 32 1, 34 | idea of Father. Hence it remains for us to consider Word 33 1, 40 | agree in essence, it only remains to ~be said that the persons 34 1, 40 | because ~the common essence remains undivided; but the distinguishing 35 1, 40 | a person, the hypostasis remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 36 1, 40 | from the Father, He still remains "someone" - that ~is, a 37 1, 40 | person, the ~hypostasis remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 38 1, 40 | be removed, ~there still remains the hypostasis of the Father 39 1, 40 | Son's hypostasis no more remains; and the same holds as ~ 40 1, 40 | from man, the man no longer remains in the ~intellect, but animal 41 1, 40 | intellect, but animal alone remains. But in the abstraction 42 1, 40 | circle from brass, there ~remains in our intellect separately 43 1, 40 | common universal essence remains in ~the intellect if the 44 1, 40 | hypostases and ~persons remains; as, for instance, if the 45 1, 40 | Father's hypostasis or person remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 46 1, 40 | the hypostasis no longer remains. For the personal properties 47 1, 40 | the hypostasis no longer remains; whereas it would remain 48 1, 41 | is white," since the man remains, when not from white he 49 1, 42 | intellect, inasmuch as it remains in the utterer of the word. 50 1, 42 | emerges from the heart and remains ~therein. Hence this going 51 1, 45 | and passion, only relation remains, as was said above (A[2], 52 1, 46 | of movement. Therefore it remains ~that before every new movement, 53 1, 48 | because its root always remains, which is the substance 54 1, 48 | touches the subject, it remains as it was. Therefore, although 55 1, 49 | and thus, while good ever remains, nothing can be wholly and ~ 56 1, 50 | there ~nevertheless still remains the relation of the form 57 1, 53 | moved; consequently it remains that everything which is 58 1, 53 | and after in movement. It remains, then, that the ~movement 59 1, 54 | action. The action which remains within the agent, is not 60 1, 54 | pass outwards, but which remains within the agent, as to ~ 61 1, 59 | irascible and concupiscible, but remains undivided; and it is called 62 1, 60 | love is an action which remains within the agent, so ~also 63 1, 61 | knowledge and will, ~it now remains for us to treat of their 64 1, 62 | Body Para. 2/2~So, then, it remains to be said, that, as regards 65 1, 62 | and the human nature. It remains, then, that both man and ~ 66 1, 62 | informed by ~charity. Hence it remains that an angel was beatified 67 1, 62 | grace. Consequently, it remains for different ~instants 68 1, 62 | nature endures, its operation remains. But ~beatitude does not 69 1, 62 | advance to beatitude. It remains, then, that the beatified 70 1, 63 | sinned, which is false. ~It remains, then, that they sinned 71 1, 64 | DEMONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~It now remains as a sequel to deal with 72 1, 64 | Such ~knowledge of God remains also in the demons. Although 73 1, 64 | intellectual being, ~which nature remains in the demons, as we said 74 1, 64 | devil's first sin still remains in him according to ~desire; 75 1, 65 | uncreated or created. Hence it remains that nothing can create ~ 76 1, 66 | corruptible bodies which remains subsisting beneath ~generation 77 1, 66 | regards that form. Hence it remains in potentiality to all ~ 78 1, 66 | in ~such a way that there remains in it no potentiality with 79 1, 67 | quality. For every quality ~remains in its subject, though the 80 1, 67 | quality be ~removed, as heat remains in water removed from the 81 1, 70 | operations of the ~intellect. It remains, then, only to consider 82 1, 74 | not exist actually. There remains, however, ~a difference 83 1, 76 | shown above ~(Q[75], A[6]), remains separate from the body, 84 1, 76 | Whereas the act of intellect remains in the agent, and does not 85 1, 76 | 1] Body Para. 5/8~There remains, therefore, no other explanation 86 1, 76 | up. And as a light body remains light, when removed from 87 1, 77 | et Remin. 1). But memory remains in the ~separated soul; 88 1, 77 | 16:25). Therefore memory remains in the separated soul; and ~ 89 1, 77 | the ~concupiscible power remains in the separate soul. ~Aquin.: 90 1, 77 | power of the sensitive part remains in the separate soul; and ~ 91 1, 77 | becomes weak, because the soul remains unchangeable, and is the 92 1, 40 | agree in essence, it only remains to ~be said that the persons 93 1, 40 | because ~the common essence remains undivided; but the distinguishing 94 1, 40 | a person, the hypostasis remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 95 1, 40 | from the Father, He still remains "someone" - that ~is, a 96 1, 40 | person, the ~hypostasis remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 97 1, 40 | be removed, ~there still remains the hypostasis of the Father 98 1, 40 | Son's hypostasis no more remains; and the same holds as ~ 99 1, 40 | from man, the man no longer remains in the ~intellect, but animal 100 1, 40 | intellect, but animal alone remains. But in the abstraction 101 1, 40 | circle from brass, there ~remains in our intellect separately 102 1, 40 | common universal essence remains in ~the intellect if the 103 1, 40 | hypostases and ~persons remains; as, for instance, if the 104 1, 40 | Father's hypostasis or person remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 105 1, 40 | the hypostasis no longer remains. For the personal properties 106 1, 40 | the hypostasis no longer remains; whereas it would remain 107 1, 41 | is white," since the man remains, when not from white he 108 1, 42 | intellect, inasmuch as it remains in the utterer of the word. 109 1, 42 | emerges from the heart and remains ~therein. Hence this going 110 1, 46 | and passion, only relation remains, as was said above (A[2], 111 1, 47 | of movement. Therefore it remains ~that before every new movement, 112 1, 49 | because its root always remains, which is the substance 113 1, 49 | touches the subject, it remains as it was. Therefore, although 114 1, 50 | and thus, while good ever remains, nothing can be wholly and ~ 115 1, 51 | there ~nevertheless still remains the relation of the form 116 1, 54 | moved; consequently it remains that everything which is 117 1, 54 | and after in movement. It remains, then, that the ~movement 118 1, 55 | action. The action which remains within the agent, is not 119 1, 55 | pass outwards, but which remains within the agent, as to ~ 120 1, 60 | irascible and concupiscible, but remains undivided; and it is called 121 1, 61 | love is an action which remains within the agent, so ~also 122 1, 62 | knowledge and will, ~it now remains for us to treat of their 123 1, 63 | Body Para. 2/2~So, then, it remains to be said, that, as regards 124 1, 63 | and the human nature. It remains, then, that both man and ~ 125 1, 63 | informed by ~charity. Hence it remains that an angel was beatified 126 1, 63 | grace. Consequently, it remains for different ~instants 127 1, 63 | nature endures, its operation remains. But ~beatitude does not 128 1, 63 | advance to beatitude. It remains, then, that the beatified 129 1, 64 | sinned, which is false. ~It remains, then, that they sinned 130 1, 65 | DEMONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~It now remains as a sequel to deal with 131 1, 65 | Such ~knowledge of God remains also in the demons. Although 132 1, 65 | intellectual being, ~which nature remains in the demons, as we said 133 1, 65 | devil's first sin still remains in him according to ~desire; 134 1, 66 | uncreated or created. Hence it remains that nothing can create ~ 135 1, 67 | corruptible bodies which remains subsisting beneath generation 136 1, 67 | regards that form. Hence it remains in potentiality to all ~ 137 1, 67 | in ~such a way that there remains in it no potentiality with 138 1, 68 | quality. For every quality ~remains in its subject, though the 139 1, 68 | quality be ~removed, as heat remains in water removed from the 140 1, 71 | operations of the ~intellect. It remains, then, only to consider 141 1, 73 | not exist actually. There remains, however, ~a difference 142 1, 75 | shown above ~(Q[75], A[6]), remains separate from the body, 143 1, 75 | Whereas the act of intellect remains in the agent, and does not 144 1, 75 | 1] Body Para. 5/8~There remains, therefore, no other explanation 145 1, 75 | up. And as a light body remains light, when removed from 146 1, 76 | et Remin. 1). But memory remains in the ~separated soul; 147 1, 76 | 16:25). Therefore memory remains in the separated soul; and ~ 148 1, 76 | the ~concupiscible power remains in the separate soul. ~Aquin.: 149 1, 76 | power of the sensitive part remains in the separate soul; and ~ 150 1, 76 | becomes weak, because the soul remains unchangeable, and is the 151 1, 78 | called intention; that which remains and ~conforms the soul to 152 1, 78 | and ~invention when it remains in the same man, examining 153 1, 78 | in itself, yet it ~always remains in its cause, which is power 154 1, 83 | quality occurs, the substance remains unmoved; and when there ~ 155 1, 83 | substantial form, matter remains unmoved. Moreover the ~various 156 1, 83 | whenever he does sit he remains in one place. For this reason ~ 157 1, 83 | soul with the body still ~remains to be sought.~Aquin.: SMT 158 1, 83 | Nevertheless, the common sense ~remains partly suspended; and therefore, 159 1, 84 | Did. viii, 8), one which remains ~in the agent; for instance, 160 1, 85 | we may take, there always remains something to be ~taken." 161 1, 86 | the thing built; but it remains in the ~agent as its perfection 162 1, 88 | power besides the intellect remains in the separated ~soul, 163 1, 88 | knowledge here acquired remains in the separated ~soul?~ 164 1, 88 | it is in the intellect, remains in ~the separated soul.~ 165 1, 88 | knowledge acquired here remains in the separated soul?~Aquin.: 166 1, 88 | knowledge here acquired remains in the ~separated soul, 167 1, 89 | Reply OBJ 3: That the soul remains after the body, is due to 168 1, 91 | long as the matter itself remains the same ~without anything 169 1, 92 | image of the Trinity always remains in the soul. But ~an act 170 1, 103 | ceased to build; and water remains hot for some time after 171 1, 103 | preserved in being, though He remains the ~principal cause of 172 1, 107 | and thus the common ~name remains as it were proper to the 173 1, 110 | necessity, for the will ever remains free to ~consent to, or 174 1, 112 | chiefly exercised towards what remains for ever; whereas as regards ~ 175 1, 117 | soul, this principle either remains after the animal is ~begotten, 176 1, 117 | But the ~intellectual soul remains, when the body perishes. 177 1, 117 | Reply OBJ 3: That the soul remains without the body is due 178 1, 118 | substance alone of matter remains, it ~cannot be said to be 179 1, 118 | the individual the form ~remains confined to a certain determinate 180 1, 118 | natural heat, while the other remains.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] A[ 181 1, 118 | formed therein, thus it ~remains always: because the nature 182 1, 118 | the nature of flesh always remains together with ~its natural 183 1, 118 | furnace, the form of fire remains, but the matter is ~gradually 184 1, 118 | the virtue of the species remains in its root, which is not ~ 185 1, 118 | A[2] Body Para. 3/3~It remains to be said, therefore, that 186 2 | accordance with His will; it remains for us to treat of ~His 187 2, 1 | respect of the last end, remains in every desire directed 188 2, 3 | OBJ 4: Further, happiness remains in the happy one. Now operation 189 2, 3 | other is an action that remains in the ~agent, such as to 190 2, 3 | attained his last end, he remains at peace, his desire being ~ 191 2, 3 | happy, so long as ~something remains for him to desire and seek: 192 2, 3 | cause, ~there naturally remains in the man the desire to 193 2, 3 | the First Cause, but there remains in ~it the natural desire 194 2, 4 | therefore, since the intellect remains, it can have Happiness. 195 2, 5 | altogether because ~there still remains an act of virtue, whereby 196 2, 6 | will to suffer that ~action remains in the passive subject, 197 2, 6 | which is such of itself, remains such, whatever be ~added 198 2, 6 | of itself, as long as it remains, is still ~hot, whatever 199 2, 10 | the movement of the will remains in a certain degree. ~Accordingly 200 2, 10 | in so far as the reason remains free, and not subject to 201 2, 10 | will's movement, which also remains, does not tend of ~necessity 202 2, 10 | something of this reason remains free. And in respect of ~ 203 2, 10 | thing, but its ~movement remains contingent and not necessary, 204 2, 11 | the movement of the will remains in suspense, although it 205 2, 15 | after consent there still remains a choice. For it may happen ~ 206 2, 15 | judgment about some matter remains to be pronounced, the final 207 2, 17 | warm with ~desire, the body remains cold." Therefore the movements 208 2, 18 | A[7] Body Para. 2/2~It remains to be considered which of 209 2, 28 | of the ~beloved: but love remains whether the beloved be absent 210 2, 28 | simply, and this movement ~remains finally within him. On the 211 2, 30 | may ~take, there always remains something to be taken" ( 212 2, 31 | appetite, nevertheless there remains ~the impression made on 213 2, 31 | sight, so far as the latter remains within the limits of sensible ~ 214 2, 32 | thus the longer a person remains near the fire, the more 215 2, 36 | inclination of the appetite remains. And hence Augustine says ~( 216 2, 46 | causes; and since every cause remains somewhat in ~its effect, 217 2, 49 | the FP, Q[77], ~seqq., it remains for us to consider them 218 2, 52 | more remiss: and yet it remains in the same species, on 219 2, 52 | withal the nature of health remains. Whence the ~Philosopher 220 2, 52 | follows: and yet the species remains ~the same on account of 221 2, 53 | corrupted so long as its subject remains.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 222 2, 67 | remain?~(3) Whether faith remains?~(4) Whether hope remains?~( 223 2, 67 | remains?~(4) Whether hope remains?~(5) Whether anything remains 224 2, 67 | remains?~(5) Whether anything remains of faith or hope?~(6) Whether 225 2, 67 | hope?~(6) Whether charity remains?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 226 2, 67 | of contingent particulars remains in man after this life; 227 2, 67 | phantasms. ~Consequently science remains, yet not as to the same 228 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith remains after this life?~Aquin.: 229 2, 67 | It would seem that faith remains after this life. Because 230 2, 67 | than science. Now science remains after this life, as ~stated 231 2, 67 | A[2]). Therefore faith remains also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] 232 2, 67 | which is built upon ~it remains no more. Therefore, if faith 233 2, 67 | more. Therefore, if faith remains not after this life, no ~ 234 2, 67 | this life, no ~other virtue remains.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 235 2, 67 | a thing, so ~long as it remains the same identically, cannot 236 2, 67 | imperfection be removed, the ~thing remains substantially.~Aquin.: SMT 237 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Whether hope remains after death, in the state 238 2, 67 | It would seem that hope remains after death, in the state 239 2, 67 | opposed to hope. But fear remains after this ~life: in the 240 2, 67 | with regard to this act, it remains: the other is ~an act of 241 2, 67 | notion of something future remains there, which ~is the object 242 2, 67 | anything of faith or hope remains in glory?~Aquin.: SMT FS 243 2, 67 | something of faith and hope remains in glory. ~For when that 244 2, 67 | thing is removed, there remains what ~is common; thus it 245 2, 67 | take away ~rational, there remains living, and when you remove 246 2, 67 | you remove living, there remains ~being." Now in faith there 247 2, 67 | knowledge of faith still remains.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 248 2, 67 | Now an imperfect light remains when a perfect light supervenes: ~ 249 2, 67 | the light of faith itself remains with the light of glory.~ 250 2, 67 | withdrawn entirely, or remains entirely. Since therefore 251 2, 67 | as to its obscurity, and remains ~in part, viz. as to the 252 2, 67 | understood to mean that it remains the same, not identically 253 2, 67 | the knowledge of faith ~remains identically the same, this 254 2, 67 | substance of the ~genus remains identically the same, when 255 2, 67 | the substance of matter remains identically the same, when 256 2, 67 | that, in heaven, nothing ~remains of faith, either identically 257 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Whether charity remains after this life, in glory?~ 258 2, 67 | perfection of glory, but ~remains identically the same.~Aquin.: 259 2, 67 | withdrawn, the substance remains. Hence ~the imperfection 260 2, 67 | is the thing known, which remains the same, viz. God ~Himself.~ 261 2, 68 | from the virtues. But there remains no less a difficulty ~for 262 2, 68 | state, and something that remains in the ~future state. For 263 2, 68 | hope passes, and ~certainty remains. Of understanding, he says " 264 2, 68 | enlightening of the mind remains. ~Of counsel he says that 265 2, 68 | viands of confidence," ~which remains also in the future life. 266 2, 73 | or less, because nothing remains of ~the opposite habit; 267 2, 73 | humors, yet so that something remains of that commensuration, 268 2, 73 | less on the part of what remains ~or the contrary habit. 269 2, 74 | ignorance is ~invincible. It remains therefore that when there 270 2, 74 | since "the sensuality ever remains ~corrupt, so long as we 271 2, 74 | sin passes, ~its effect remains. However, this corruption 272 2, 74 | since, so long as there remains a yet higher principle, ~ 273 2, 74 | the movement of unbelief remains after this deliberation, 274 2, 75 | necessarily, it follows that it ~remains in our power to sin or not 275 2, 76 | removed by repentance, but remains in act, all its guilt ~being 276 2, 76 | sinning, as ~long as he remains in ignorance. But ignorance 277 2, 76 | repentance, ~the ignorance remains, according as it is a privation 278 2, 76 | So far as voluntariness remains in the ignorant person, 279 2, 76 | person, the ~intention of sin remains in him: so that, in this 280 2, 77 | consequently the reason remains in possession of its ~free-will, 281 2, 78 | altogether, something of which remains ~unimpaired, the result 282 2, 81 | Nevertheless ~original sin remains in its effect as regards 283 2, 85 | devil's. But natural good remains unimpaired in devils after 284 2, 85 | changed, that which precedes remains unchanged, since substance 285 2, 85 | unchanged, since substance remains the same when its accidents ~ 286 2, 85 | this ~inclination always remains. An example of this may 287 2, 85 | clouds, although it always remains ~rooted in the nature of 288 2, 85 | natural inclination to virtue remains, ~else they would have no 289 2, 85 | man the aptitude to see remains in the very root of his ~ 290 2, 86 | the soul?~(2) Whether it remains in the soul after the act 291 2, 86 | it happens ~that a stain remains even after the removal of 292 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~Whether the stain remains in the soul after the act 293 2, 86 | after an action, nothing remains in the soul except ~habit 294 2, 86 | answer that, The stain of sin remains in the soul even when the 295 2, 86 | therefore ~so long as man remains out of this light, the stain 296 2, 86 | light, the stain of sin remains in ~him: but as soon as, 297 2, 86 | OBJ 1: Nothing positive remains in the soul after the act 298 2, 86 | by, the transparent ~body remains in the same position and 299 2, 87 | an order. But the effect remains so long as the cause ~remains. 300 2, 87 | remains so long as the cause ~remains. Wherefore so long as the 301 2, 87 | disturbance of the order remains the ~debt of punishment 302 2, 87 | stain, for as long ~as this remains, the debt of punishment 303 2, 87 | the debt of punishment remains. But punishment ~corresponds 304 2, 87 | Whether the debt of punishment remains after sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS 305 2, 87 | It would seem that there remains no debt of punishment after 306 2, 87 | of punishment no longer remains.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 307 2, 87 | the debt of ~punishment remains, when the sin has been removed.~ 308 2, 87 | sin has ceased, the guilt remains; because the act of sin 309 2, 87 | has ceased there ~still remains the debt of punishment.~ 310 2, 87 | sin has ceased, the stain remains, ~as stated above (Q[86], 311 2, 88 | be mortal, so long as it remains a circumstance, but only 312 2, 89 | while ~the spiritual edifice remains, and for them, man suffers 313 2, 89 | viz. to ~"wood," which remains longer in the fire; "stubble," 314 2, 93 | and consequently there ~remains in man the inclination to 315 2, 94 | according to time, but remains unchangeable."~Aquin.: SMT 316 2, 97 | itself is concerned, always remains right. But right ~is predicated 317 2, 97 | however, the same ~reason remains, for which the law was useful 318 2, 103 | Further, as long as the cause remains, the effect remains. But ~ 319 2, 103 | cause remains, the effect remains. But ~the ceremonies of 320 2, 104 | the state of government remains the ~same. But if the state 321 2, 107 | greater insults; and ~this remains still in the New Law.~~Aquin.: 322 2, 109 | medicine, since ~there still remains in him the principle of 323 2, 109 | whole nature of sinful man ~remains disordered. Lastly, there 324 2, 109 | reason of the act of sin, remains no longer perfect, but ~ 325 2, 109 | But it cannot ~be that he remains for a long time without 326 2, 109 | grace as to the mind, yet it remains ~corrupted and poisoned 327 2, 110 | Furthermore, no quality remains after it has ceased to be 328 2, 110 | its ~subject. But grace remains; since it is not corrupted, 329 2, 110 | Q[56], A[1]). Hence it remains that grace, as it is ~prior 330 2, 113 | sin passes, but the ~guilt remains, as stated above (Q[87], 331 2, 113 | cases the use of free-will remains.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 332 2, 4 | taken away, and that it remains together with the habit 333 2, 5 | living nor lifeless faith remains in a heretic ~who disbelieves 334 2, 10 | yet some good of nature remains in them. Consequently it 335 2, 10 | some knowledge of the truth remains in them, ~whereby they are 336 2, 12 | removed, that which precedes, remains, but the converse does not 337 2, 18 | charity grows?~(11) Whether it remains in heaven?~(12) Which of 338 2, 18 | 1/1~Whether servile fear remains with charity?~Aquin.: SMT 339 2, 18 | fear, as to its substance, remains indeed, with charity, its ~ 340 2, 18 | cast aside; whereas its act remains with imperfect ~charity 341 2, 18 | although the fear of punishment remains as ~to its substance, as 342 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Whether fear remains in heaven?~Aquin.: SMT SS 343 2, 19 | and so long as the cause ~remains the effect is not done away. 344 2, 19 | follows, that which precedes ~remains. But hope follows faith, 345 2, 23 | enlarged"; so that it still remains capable of receiving a ~ 346 2, 24 | of ~concupiscence, which remains in the body, and from the 347 2, 25 | man, so long as his nature remains unimpaired, loves God ~above 348 2, 27 | joy is full, when ~there remains nothing to be desired. But 349 2, 27 | in us, because it still remains ~possible for us to approach 350 2, 28 | what he wants, there still remains ~something for him to want, 351 2, 30 | and ~afterwards with what remains relieve the needs of others. 352 2, 37 | as the consecrated thing remains: as appears ~even in inanimate 353 2, 37 | Consequently such a power ~as this remains, as to its essence, in the 354 2, 41 | SCANDAL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~It remains for us to consider the vices 355 2, 42 | and of his own body always remains in him." And yet the mode 356 2, 42 | any carnal concupiscence ~remains, that can be restrained 357 2, 44 | through dullness [stuporem] remains unmoved." And folly differs 358 2, 48 | himself (Q[47], seqq.), it remains for us to discuss the species 359 2, 50 | Whether the gift of counsel remains in heaven?~(4) Whether the 360 2, 50 | Whether the gift of counsel remains in heaven?~Aquin.: SMT SS 361 2, 56 | the habit of ~temperance remains essentially the same even 362 2, 56 | For ~the generic nature remains entire in each species. 363 2, 60 | reputation, as when a man ~remains defamed or dishonored by 364 2, 64 | taken, the nature of robbery remains on the part of the ~woman 365 2, 76 | his ~money to them, for it remains his, so that at his risk 366 2, 79 | all praise." Therefore it remains that it is a theological ~ 367 2, 81 | it ~may rest in them, it remains immersed therein; but when 368 2, 81 | the virtue of this desire remains in whatever we do out of ~ 369 2, 81 | who prays - because he remains more devout even after praying, 370 2, 84 | cases, however, the oblation remains ~voluntary, as regards, 371 2, 84 | general sense this ~obligation remains.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 372 2, 86 | consecrated, so long as it remains entire. ~Much less, therefore, 373 2, 92 | then its ~signification remains the same, to whomsoever 374 2, 94 | unlawful: they are apparently remains of idolatry, which authorized ~ 375 2, 97 | species, if the formal aspect remains the same. Now there would 376 2, 115 | to them consequently, it remains to be said that ~liberality 377 2, 145 | the substance of the humor remains a long time. Hence those 378 2, 154 | long as the use of reason ~remains, man is always able to resist 379 2, 156 | wit, the inflicted injury, remains too long in a man's ~memory, 380 2, 156 | Now the judgment of reason remains unimpaired, if all ~movement 381 2, 159 | that he who humbles himself remains for ever ~abased, for it 382 2, 161 | the sanctity of the soul remains. Also, among the inward ~ 383 2, 161 | the order of reason. It remains therefore that ~the first 384 2, 161 | inordinateness in his will. It remains therefore that he willed 385 2, 165 | of that nature which ever remains the same, imagine they are 386 2, 169 | prophesied." Now no knowledge ~remains in the body or in the bones 387 2, 169 | a passion ceases, there ~remains a certain aptitude to a 388 2, 169 | enlightenment has ceased, there remains an ~aptitude to be enlightened 389 2, 179 | Whether the active life remains after this life?~Aquin.: 390 2, 179 | seem that the active life remains after this life. For ~the 391 2, 179 | Therefore the active life remains after this ~life.~Aquin.: 392 2, 179 | seem that the active life ~remains after this life.~Aquin.: 393 2, 182 | carry the sins of many, remains firm and strong." A ~little 394 2, 182 | among the people ~. . . remains firm"; and he gives the 395 2, 183 | in natural things power remains inactive on account of ~ 396 2, 183 | has been made a bishop, remains bound to observe ~these, 397 2, 183 | the obligation of the vow remains virtually, so that if any ~ 398 2, 187 | whose control he still ~remains, because the ordinance of 399 3, 1 | remaining, the effect also remains. But ~as Augustine says ( 400 3, 2 | assumed all men. Therefore it remains, as Damascene says further 401 3, 3 | ii): ~"That nature which remains eternally begotten of the 402 3, 3 | Personality is abstracted, nothing remains. But the one ~who assumes 403 3, 3 | abstract these, there still remains the omnipotence of God, 404 3, 3 | it is said that ~nothing remains by way of resolution, i.e. 405 3, 4 | case it was ~useless; or it remains after the union - and thus 406 3, 6 | be taken away the other remains; ~because although a thing' 407 3, 6 | the marriage tie ~still remains. So likewise, when the soul 408 3, 7 | with unity of person there remains distinction of ~natures, 409 3, 7 | habitual grace. Hence it remains that the ~assumption of 410 3, 8 | but of some. Therefore it ~remains to be said that he is the 411 3, 9 | with the unity of Person remains the ~distinction of natures. 412 3, 9 | heat does not cease, but remains as an effect ~of this form. 413 3, 9 | knowledge, ~there still remains infused knowledge, not as 414 3, 10 | in the FP, Q[14], it now remains ~to speak of the three others: ( 415 3, 10 | we may take, there always remains something to be ~taken." 416 3, 10 | after part, there always remains something to be ~taken. 417 3, 11 | graces; yet there still remains the difference of natures. 418 3, 16 | Q[39], A[4]. ~Hence it remains that this is true and proper: " 419 3, 16 | since the unity of person remains inseparably, one and the 420 3, 27 | consequences thereof, it remains for us to consider what 421 3, 27 | animation: for after this it ~remains in the mother's womb not 422 3, 27 | called (1 Tim. 4:10). It remains, therefore, that the Blessed 423 3, 27 | A[3] Body Para. 3/4~It remains, therefore, for us to say, 424 3, 27 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing remains to be added to that which 425 3, 40 | or to His beginning, it remains for us to consider those 426 3, 46 | portion of the tree which remains over from the transverse 427 3, 50 | by God's ordinance there remains ~in the dead flesh a certain 428 3, 50 | the Godhead with the flesh remains, since God does not act ~ 429 3, 50 | which ~is most absurd." It remains, therefore, that "the flesh 430 3, 50 | form. ~But Christ's body remains the same simply, on account 431 3, 51 | nights will not stand. It remains then to find the ~solution 432 3, 51 | the darkness of the night remains. Hence it is said of the ~ 433 3, 53 | laying aside their bodies, it remains to be seen how ~Christ can 434 3, 57 | still in either case this remains in common, that ~the higher 435 3, 59 | the present time, there ~remains yet another General Judgment?~ 436 3, 59 | its judgment. But the body remains subject to change down to 437 3, 60 | changed, ~yet the sense remains the same.~Aquin.: SMT TP 438 3, 62 | God, "which works by them, remains ~ever." Now that is, properly 439 3, 62 | transitory ~whereas their guilt remains, man is provided with a 440 3, 63 | uses well an evil habit. It remains, therefore, that ~a character 441 3, 63 | this life, ~yet its end remains. Consequently, after this 442 3, 63 | this life the character remains, ~both in the good as adding 443 3, 63 | of the military service ~remains in the soldiers after the 444 3, 66 | remain: the character remains and is indelible, as stated ~ 445 3, 66 | A[5]); the justification remains, but can be lost. ~Consequently 446 3, 68 | Baptism, while their body remains ~subject to the oldness 447 3, 69 | punishment in respect of God, he remains, nevertheless, in ~debt 448 3, 69 | blotted out, and whatever remains over and above, even ~the 449 3, 71 | demon's power over man ~remains as to the stain of sin, 450 3, 71 | that the devil's evil power remains until the pouring of the 451 3, 74 | consecrate many hosts. It remains, ~then, for the matter of 452 3, 74 | some say ~that the water remains by itself when the wine 453 3, 75 | Whether the substantial form remains there?~(6) Whether this 454 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine remains ~after the consecration?~ 455 3, 75 | substance of the matter remains, like the ~substance of 456 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine remains also ~in this sacrament.~ 457 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine remains in ~this sacrament.~Aquin.: 458 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine ~remains in this sacrament after 459 3, 75 | places. And consequently it remains that Christ's ~body cannot 460 3, 75 | another thing, ~no longer remains after such change. Hence 461 3, 75 | substance of the matter remains in the other ~sacraments, 462 3, 75 | fire, the form of the air remains only in the potentiality 463 3, 75 | bread or wine no longer remains, unless perchance ~dissolved 464 3, 75 | the consecration nothing remains under ~the sacramental species 465 3, 75 | substance of ~the bread or wine remains until the last instant of 466 3, 75 | after the consecration, ~remains neither under the sacramental 467 3, 75 | therefore the first form remains only in the potentiality 468 3, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, what remains after the change has taken 469 3, 75 | substantial form of the bread remains in this sacrament after ~ 470 3, 75 | substantial form of the bread remains in this ~sacrament after 471 3, 75 | an accident. Therefore it remains after the ~consecration. ~ 472 3, 75 | Therefore it appears that it remains ~after the consecration.~ 473 3, 75 | substantial ~form. But what remains in this sacrament, nourishes, 474 3, 75 | substantial ~form of the bread remains in this sacrament after 475 3, 75 | on both sides something ~remains the same; whereas this does 476 3, 75 | the same matter or subject remains in natural ~transmutation; 477 3, 75 | after the change, something ~remains the same, namely, the accidents 478 3, 76 | the true body of Christ remains in this sacrament when He 479 3, 76 | bread, even while the host remains entire, and not ~merely 480 3, 76 | therefore so long as quantity ~remains actually undivided, neither 481 3, 76 | dimensive quantity of the bread remains in this sacrament, as is 482 3, 76 | dimensive ~quantity of the bread remains after the consecration, 483 3, 76 | dimensive ~quantity. Hence it remains that Christ's body is not 484 3, 76 | OBJ 3: The body of Christ remains in this sacrament not only 485 3, 76 | contrary, As long as a thing remains the same, it cannot at the ~ 486 3, 76 | in this sacrament, and He remains ~entire under the form in 487 3, 76 | such an appearance, and it remains so not for an hour, but ~ 488 3, 76 | Para. 4/4~Consequently, it remains to be said, that, while 489 3, 76 | the body of Christ truly remains in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 490 3, 77 | instance, that, while man remains a man, he can be an irrational 491 3, 77 | quantity of the bread or ~wine remains individuated according to 492 3, 77 | the ~bread and wine that remains after consecration.~Aquin.: 493 3, 77 | the ~bread and wine that remains: first of all, because something 494 3, 77 | dimensive quantity, which remains in this ~sacrament without 495 3, 77 | dimensive quantity which remains can receive division and ~ 496 3, 77 | bread, because it no longer ~remains. Therefore the sacramental 497 3, 77 | A[7] Body Para. 4/4~It remains, then, that the breaking 498 3, 77 | so likewise porousness remains, and in ~consequence breakableness.~ 499 3, 77 | therefore, as density ~remains under the sacramental species, 500 3, 77 | sacramental species, hardness remains there too, and ~the capability


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