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1 1, 1 | God, whose handiwork is especially man. Therefore it is not 2 1, 1 | Hence ~sacred doctrine is especially called wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 1 | in ~this doctrine, faith especially is sought: "But these things 4 1, 1 | OBJ 2: This doctrine is especially based upon arguments from ~ 5 1, 1 | figure of ~nobler bodies, especially for those who could think 6 1, 2 | and their last end, and especially of rational creatures, as 7 1, 2 | cause's existence. This is especially the case in regard to ~God, 8 1, 3 | subsists of itself. But this is especially true of God. ~Therefore 9 1, 8 | In this second way God is especially in the ~rational creature 10 1, 10 | as ~appears in the case especially of human souls. Therefore 11 1, 10 | principle, ~or in subject, especially if distant, are not one 12 1, 13 | processions of God." But it especially ~belongs to God to be the 13 1, 19 | the good possessed; ~and especially does this pertain to the 14 1, 20 | good is ~essentially and especially the object of the will and 15 1, 20 | and this change affects especially the heart, which, as the ~ 16 1, 20 | creatures more, and of ~these especially those who are members of 17 1, 20 | that nature ~is better, especially on the ground of the union 18 1, 21 | I answer that, Mercy is especially to be attributed to God, 19 1, 22 | with these acts in respect ~especially of man as regards his eternal 20 1, 22 | order towards an end and ~especially their last end, which, as 21 1, 23 | such ~incorruptible; more especially those who attain to eternal 22 1, 23 | common state of ~nature, and especially in so far as this is deprived 23 1, 23 | in the minority. In ~this especially, however, appears the mercy 24 1, 25 | to move without time; and especially since it moves in accordance 25 1, 25 | manifests His omnipotence ~"especially by sparing and having mercy" [* 26 1, 29 | in a relative sense, and especially in the ~plural, or with 27 1, 32 | itself involves heresy, especially if it ~be held obstinately. 28 1, 32 | when it is manifest, and ~especially if the Church has decided 29 1, 33 | innascibles." And ~this especially because, did two innascibles 30 1, 36 | the sense of Scripture, especially ~where the Son says, speaking 31 1, 39 | the essential attributes, especially when expressed in ~the abstract, 32 1, 43 | certain creatures as in signs especially made for that purpose.~Aquin.: 33 1, 45 | relation of some ~cause, and especially of the material cause; as 34 1, 46 | generation, as some said, ~especially about heaven. But we say 35 1, 46 | substance of things, and especially of incorporeal things. Therefore ~ 36 1, 48 | and evil. For ~Aristotle, especially in his logical works, brings 37 1, 48 | the nature of a pain; and especially so on ~the supposition that 38 1, 54 | subject of accident; and especially ~of such accident as follows 39 1, 56 | in the angelic intellect, especially as regards the fact that 40 1, 59 | imperfection in the angels, ~especially in the blessed ones, it 41 1, 61 | inclined, and ~from which Moses especially meant to safeguard them.~ 42 1, 61 | to be deemed erroneous; especially on ~account of the opinion 43 1, 63 | to ~what is said; as is especially evident with regard to primary 44 1, 63 | their own ~natural powers; especially because in the order of 45 1, 64 | then their ~will would be especially obstinate in the sin whereby 46 1, 64 | grief of sorrow, because he ~especially glorified himself.~Aquin.: 47 1, 64 | said to exist in them: and ~especially because it is of the very 48 1, 64 | and joyful for another; especially so far as sorrow ~and joy 49 1, 65 | is and what is possible: ~especially as no dignity befitting 50 1, 66 | not seem to be the case, ~especially as it is presumed to be 51 1, 70 | are a cause of life, as is especially evidenced in the case of ~ 52 1, 73 | are frequently appearing, ~especially in the case of animals generated 53 1, 73 | the body in the heaven, ~especially the empyrean. Hence it is 54 1, 74 | intermediate part, or water, especially as regards the lowest part 55 1, 74 | things at the same time, especially in the Word, in Whom all ~ 56 1, 74 | chickens." For water ~has especially a life-giving power, since 57 1, 74 | necessary, for the sake of those especially who ~have asserted that 58 1, 39 | the essential attributes, especially when expressed in ~the abstract, 59 1, 43 | certain creatures as in signs especially made for that purpose.~Aquin.: 60 1, 46 | relation of some ~cause, and especially of the material cause; as 61 1, 47 | generation, as some said, ~especially about heaven. But we say 62 1, 47 | substance of things, and especially of incorporeal things. Therefore ~ 63 1, 49 | and evil. For ~Aristotle, especially in his logical works, brings 64 1, 49 | the nature of a pain; and especially so on ~the supposition that 65 1, 55 | subject of accident; and especially ~of such accident as follows 66 1, 57 | in the angelic intellect, especially as regards the fact that 67 1, 60 | imperfection in the angels, ~especially in the blessed ones, it 68 1, 62 | inclined, and ~from which Moses especially meant to safeguard them.~ 69 1, 62 | to be deemed erroneous; especially on ~account of the opinion 70 1, 64 | to ~what is said; as is especially evident with regard to primary 71 1, 64 | their own ~natural powers; especially because in the order of 72 1, 65 | then their ~will would be especially obstinate in the sin whereby 73 1, 65 | grief of sorrow, because he ~especially glorified himself.~Aquin.: 74 1, 65 | said to exist in them: and ~especially because it is of the very 75 1, 65 | and joyful for another; especially so far as sorrow ~and joy 76 1, 66 | is and what is possible: ~especially as no dignity befitting 77 1, 67 | not seem to be the case, ~especially as it is presumed to be 78 1, 71 | are a cause of life, as is especially evidenced in the case of ~ 79 1, 72 | are frequently appearing, ~especially in the case of animals generated 80 1, 72 | the body in the heaven, ~especially the empyrean. Hence it is 81 1, 73 | intermediate part, or water, especially as regards the ~lowest part 82 1, 73 | things at the same time, especially in the Word, in Whom all ~ 83 1, 73 | chickens." For water ~has especially a life-giving power, since 84 1, 73 | necessary, for the sake of those especially who ~have asserted that 85 1, 83 | part, and such like. And ~especially unreasonable does this seem 86 1, 83 | this is proved to be false especially from the ~fact that if a 87 1, 83 | but ~rather the reverse. Especially does the body seem necessary 88 1, 83 | thing's nature be known; especially if that be ignored which 89 1, 83 | phantasms; thus does it happen, ~especially when a man falls asleep 90 1, 83 | certain sequence: thus especially does it happen towards the 91 1, 90 | of human nature. This is ~especially unfitting as regards the 92 1, 91 | individual evil might be avoided; especially as God is so powerful that ~ 93 1, 93 | simultaneously in His ~effects, especially in the intelligible effects, 94 1, 98 | the body (of the child). Especially was this the case in the ~ 95 1, 102 | tend to nothing definite, ~especially those which possess no kind 96 1, 104 | God to move the will; but especially ~in the second way by an 97 1, 105 | course of the ~world, and especially the salvation of the elect. 98 1, 108 | the angels' precedence is especially connected with ~enlightenment. 99 1, 109 | by the soul's concept; ~especially as the movement of the sensitive 100 1, 112 | guardianship of men it seems especially ~necessary to coerce the 101 1, 113 | desires are curbed by reason, ~especially if we presuppose the corruption 102 1, 113 | demons will show itself especially ~in the works of Antichrist. 103 1, 114 | the majority ~of cases, especially in a general way. But not 104 1, 115 | which acts by the intellect, especially the Divine intellect. For 105 1, 116 | single look bewitch others, especially children." But this ~would 106 1, 116 | the spirits ~takes place especially in the eyes, to which the 107 1, 116 | becomes venomous and hurtful, especially to children, who ~have a 108 1, 117 | instrument ~of a spiritual power, especially of God. Therefore nothing 109 2, 2 | Therefore happiness consists especially in honor.~Aquin.: SMT FS 110 2, 2 | great ~excellence seems especially to be happiness, which is 111 2, 2 | excellence is in proportion, especially ~to his happiness, which 112 2, 2 | man seeks to be honored especially by the wise, on whose ~judgment 113 2, 2 | knowledge often fails, ~especially in contingent singulars, 114 2, 6 | Therefore, since man especially knows the end of his work, 115 2, 6 | moves ~himself, in his acts especially is the voluntary to be found.~ 116 2, 11 | so the ~natural appetite, especially in things void of knowledge.~ 117 2, 17 | But the root of liberty is especially in the will. Therefore to 118 2, 20 | the merit of the preacher: especially when such is his ~intention.~ 119 2, 21 | the FP, Q[103], A[5]: and especially of rational creatures. ~ 120 2, 22 | is suitable ~to it, then especially does it appear to be drawn 121 2, 26 | love denotes a passion, especially in so far as ~it is in the 122 2, 31 | operations of the soul, ~especially of the sensitive and intellectual 123 2, 31 | another. For pleasure, especially that which is afforded by 124 2, 31 | man ~and other animals, especially that part of man which does 125 2, 32 | Further, pleasure consists especially in an end gained: since 126 2, 32 | the ~good we do to others, especially to our friends, as in our 127 2, 32 | of ~excess; because good, especially bodily good, as health, 128 2, 33 | Because some ~pleasures, especially those that are in excess, 129 2, 35 | above (Q[22], AA[1],3): and especially those which tend to some ~ 130 2, 35 | Quoting Cicero]) reckons pain especially as being a kind of ~ailment.~ 131 2, 35 | And the reason why torpor especially is said to deprive one of ~ 132 2, 37 | acquisition of learning especially in regard to those ~things 133 2, 40 | above (A[4]). But ~despair, especially in matters of war, conduces 134 2, 42 | Whether sudden things are especially feared?~(6) Whether those 135 2, 42 | fear the ~power of man; especially when it has been thwarted, 136 2, 42 | Whether sudden things are especially feared?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 137 2, 42 | and sudden things are not especially ~feared. Because, as hope 138 2, 44 | Wherefore ~men seek for counsel especially when they are afraid.~Aquin.: 139 2, 44 | matters of difficulty, ~especially when we distrust ourselves, 140 2, 44 | those who fear are thirsty, ~especially if their fear be very great, 141 2, 44 | the inward heat increases, especially in the inferior or nutritive 142 2, 44 | who are afraid the heart especially trembles, as ~also those 143 2, 44 | Hence those who fear tremble especially in their speech, on ~account 144 2, 45 | any other means of help, especially if a man trust in the ~Divine 145 2, 45 | imminent danger; since ~those especially appear to be threatened 146 2, 46 | craving for those things especially which are pleasant to the 147 2, 46 | the object, ~thus desire, especially of pleasures of the table, 148 2, 47 | Rhet. ii, 2) man is angry ~especially with those "who despise 149 2, 47 | 2) that ~"some are angry especially when they are grieved, for 150 2, 48 | the former is weakened. ~Especially is this so if his anger 151 2, 60 | same virtue of ~justice, especially in regard to commutations. 152 2, 60 | source and end: as is evident especially in the case of ~sciences. 153 2, 63 | divinely infused virtue, ~especially if this be considered in 154 2, 66 | beyond the reach of man, ~especially in this life, so as to be 155 2, 68 | perfect another in well-doing: especially as we ~have already stated ( 156 2, 68 | its contrary: ~which is especially clear with regard to charity, 157 2, 68 | Moreover, these virtues were especially resplendent in Christ's 158 2, 68 | Holy Ghost: which will be especially realized in heaven, ~where 159 2, 73 | contrary, Holy Writ censures especially those sins that are ~committed 160 2, 83 | than not to be ~at all, especially since it can avoid damnation, 161 2, 83 | that, Those corruptions especially are said to be infectious, ~ 162 2, 84 | subject to any superior, ~and especially to God; the result being 163 2, 84 | which ~give rise to others, especially by way of final cause. Now 164 2, 85 | the reason is ~obscured, especially in practical matters, the 165 2, 85 | original sin, from which especially these defects seem to result, 166 2, 91 | uncertainty of human judgment, ~especially on contingent and particular 167 2, 93 | order of ~universal causes, especially of the First Cause, i.e. 168 2, 94 | individual, as is evident especially ~in regards to acts of temperance. 169 2, 95 | all man is inclined, and ~especially the young, who are more 170 2, 95 | distinct from the natural law, especially it is distinct from the 171 2, 97 | Wherefore by ~actions also, especially if they be repeated, so 172 2, 100 | Wherefore the acts of justice especially come under the precepts ~ 173 2, 100 | But it is easy for a man, ~especially for a believer, to understand 174 2, 100 | are borne in mind by men, ~especially by the faithful. But other 175 2, 101 | not seem very ~probable: especially as the Law does not contain 176 2, 102 | should be offered to God, especially as the Apostle admonishes 177 2, 102 | immolation should be determined, especially ~as regards birds (Lev. 178 2, 102 | offered to God. These birds especially were offered in ~sacrifice 179 2, 102 | which had been conferred especially on that people. For ~there 180 2, 102 | Further, piety is required especially in priests. But it seems ~ 181 2, 102 | too in that people's, ~and especially the priests', mode of life, 182 2, 102 | because the Gentiles, and especially the Egyptians, among whom ~ 183 2, 104 | since ~the coming of Christ, especially since the promulgation of 184 2, 105 | to be found in few: and ~especially were the Jews inclined to 185 2, 105 | bound to make restitution, especially if they were ~hired for 186 2, 105 | have been gratuitous. ~And especially was this to be observed 187 2, 105 | is taken as ~being true, especially if they do not waver in 188 2, 105 | animal and full of strength, ~especially before it has been put under 189 2, 105 | the honor due to a father, especially among the Jews, where the ~ 190 2, 106 | has possessed it hitherto, especially the apostles ~who "received 191 2, 107 | difference will be ~specific, especially if such ends are proximate. 192 2, 108 | from their superiors: and especially so, since they were to be ~ 193 2, 109 | are known and spoken, and especially in ~regard to such as pertain 194 2, 109 | master of his ~acts, and especially of his willing, as stated 195 2, 109 | and thus sins mortally: especially since, when ~surprised, 196 2, 111 | in the second. Hence they especially merit ~the name of grace.~ 197 2, 111 | and God is the mover; and especially when the will, which hitherto ~ 198 2, 111 | amongst the gratuitous graces, especially ~since the other virtues 199 2, 113 | gift of ~justifying grace especially ordains a man to good, which 200 2, 114 | malice of ~their wills, especially as regards the King of Babylon, 201 2, 2 | foretold it, as may be seen especially in Isaias 53. ~We may therefore 202 2, 4 | first beginning of a thing, especially when the whole ~subsequent 203 2, 10 | certain ~reason for excuse, especially when a man sins not from 204 2, 10 | such as pagans or Jews, especially if there be some urgent ~ 205 2, 10 | communicate with unbelievers, and ~especially to be on very familiar terms 206 2, 10 | the saints salute you, especially they that are of Caesar' 207 2, 10 | salvation of ~their children, especially before they come to the 208 2, 11 | heresy is ~temporal profit, especially lordship and glory, which 209 2, 11 | of some temporal profit, especially that he may lord and be ~ 210 2, 12 | some surpassing goodness, especially that of God. Now God, as 211 2, 15 | temporal matters: hence it is especially ~commanded that the king 212 2, 19 | consideration of ~Divine favors, especially the Incarnation, for Augustine 213 2, 20 | manifestly opposed to fear, ~especially servile fear, which looks 214 2, 20 | things beyond his power, and especially ~novelties which call for 215 2, 21 | insuring a greater stability, especially since the natural reason ~ 216 2, 22 | things that are above us, especially of God, ~ranks before the 217 2, 25 | not care ~of his own and especially of those of his house, he 218 2, 25 | parents to their children is especially one of care.~Aquin.: SMT 219 2, 26 | greater than to know Him, ~especially in this state of life, it 220 2, 28 | as conduce to life, and ~especially upon such as are important; 221 2, 30 | liberality. Now this is especially true of ~almsgiving. Therefore 222 2, 30 | of the appetitive power, ~especially by way of sorrow, which 223 2, 30 | applied by "bearing with him," especially with regard to those who 224 2, 30 | not care ~of his own, and especially of those of his house, he 225 2, 30 | masters: and this would ~be especially the case if they gave alms 226 2, 30 | not ~care of his own, and especially of those of his house, he 227 2, 30 | more closely united to us, especially if the latter be ~not very 228 2, 31 | hurtful to others, and ~especially to the common good. This 229 2, 31 | temporal favors on those ~especially of whom he has temporal 230 2, 31 | unworthy to rebuke another; and especially is ~he unworthy to correct 231 2, 32 | love of what is good, and especially love of the Divine ~good, 232 2, 35 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sin, especially mortal sin, is not to be 233 2, 38 | things have to be concealed, ~especially from unbelievers, lest they 234 2, 41 | have ~recourse to justice, especially if scandal ensues: for it 235 2, 42 | the body, so too the will, especially as regards the ~intention 236 2, 42 | 10) to "work good . . . especially to those ~who are of the 237 2, 42 | not care of his own, and especially of those of his ~house," 238 2, 44 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, anger especially is the cause of fury and 239 2, 45 | the work of prudent man especially." Now many sinners can take ~ 240 2, 45 | to good and wicked men, especially that which is ~imperfect 241 2, 47 | being taught by ~others, especially by old folk who have acquired 242 2, 48 | fortitude, but ~the direction, especially in so far as it concerns 243 2, 49 | certainty the truth of things, especially in matters of action which 244 2, 49 | according to different acts, especially when there is a different 245 2, 53 | to craftiness. ~For sin, especially mortal, has no place in 246 2, 53 | arise chiefly from lust; especially since the ~Philosopher says ( 247 2, 54 | Gospel contains the Law especially ~with regard to the precepts 248 2, 54 | contained a precept of prudence, especially among ~the precepts of the 249 2, 56 | are referable to another, ~especially in regard to the common 250 2, 57 | voluntarily suffer injustice especially if it be inflicted by himself.~ 251 2, 60 | him should be sent to him, especially if it be of great ~value 252 2, 62 | individual to ~kill a wild beast, especially if it be harmful. Therefore 253 2, 62 | evil-doers. For clerics ~especially should fulfil the precept 254 2, 62 | sins than taking a man's, ~especially one's own, life: since the 255 2, 62 | that evil may be avoided especially if the evil be of small ~ 256 2, 62 | be excused from homicide, especially seeing ~that death is the 257 2, 63 | Holy Writ reproves those especially who do injuries to ~orphans 258 2, 65 | to remit ~the punishment, especially since punishment is due 259 2, 68 | bound to give evidence, especially on ~matters committed to 260 2, 69 | to show kindness to those especially who ~are by any tie whatever 261 2, 69 | not care of his own, and especially of those of his house, he ~ 262 2, 71 | injury to a man's ~good name, especially in matters pertaining to 263 2, 71 | convince him of falsehood, especially if one knows that he ~is 264 2, 72 | brings forward those evils especially about his ~neighbor which 265 2, 75 | is fraudulent and unjust, especially as ~real gold and silver 266 2, 75 | gain as a last end. This is especially the case where a man sells ~ 267 2, 76 | our neighbor and brother, especially in the state of the Gospel, 268 2, 77 | shows. This is meritorious; especially when a person resists against 269 2, 80 | tenderness of the affections, especially when one considers ~something 270 2, 81 | takes place in this world, especially the interior movements of ~ 271 2, 81 | applies to prayer considered especially as satisfactory. Hence it 272 2, 81 | devotion ~lift up the mind, especially one that is less devout.~ 273 2, 81 | time needs to speak much, especially if his be vocal prayer. ~ 274 2, 81 | the limits fixed by ~God, especially in matters concerning Divine 275 2, 81 | consecration itself," in which especially the mind ~should be raised 276 2, 86 | to pay his vow at once, especially if it be ~taken under a 277 2, 86 | virtue and not to religion especially.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 278 2, 86 | in the Divine precepts, especially those of the First ~Table, 279 2, 86 | matter of dispensation; especially seeing that ~the Apostle ( 280 2, 87 | good may ~result therefrom. Especially is this the case in spiritual 281 2, 91 | part of the worshiper, and especially in ~common worship which 282 2, 92 | uncleanness of the soul, but especially idolatry."~Aquin.: SMT SS 283 2, 93 | for the good of ~others, especially when he can be compelled, 284 2, 93 | cases foretell the truth, especially in public occurrences which 285 2, 93 | of ~all impious diviners, especially of those who tell the truth, 286 2, 94 | demons for their ~result, especially in the case of serpents, 287 2, 96 | obligation ~even of an oath, especially if the latter should have 288 2, 96 | an oath from a ~person, especially if he swear falsely, because 289 2, 96 | perjury should be hidden, especially when it does not tend to 290 2, 98 | manifestly simoniacal, ~especially when the demand is made 291 2, 98 | doing what is customary, and especially if the demand be acceded 292 2, 102 | that reason diminished, especially before God, Who sees not 293 2, 115 | is grieved at both: but especially at the ~former, since it 294 2, 116 | the law seems to forbid especially the concupiscence of ~covetousness: 295 2, 116 | which arise ~therefrom, especially in respect of the desire 296 2, 117 | prodigal squanders his ~goods. Especially is it directed to pleasures, 297 2, 117 | to others." Now this is ~especially what prodigal persons do. 298 2, 119 | has no place in ~heaven, especially after the Day of Judgment, 299 2, 120 | seem that to justice belong especially the ~judicial precepts, 300 2, 120 | expressed ~affirmatively, especially as affirmation is naturally 301 2, 120 | as stated in the Article. Especially ~is this true in matters 302 2, 120 | connected with one's neighbor, ~especially by way of lust, are understood 303 2, 121 | any other kind ~of death; especially since man may be in danger 304 2, 122 | man in the good of virtue, especially against ~dangers, and chiefly 305 2, 122 | death more than ~anything, especially when it is accompanied by 306 2, 125 | designate vices we employ especially the names of those passions ~ 307 2, 126 | resulting from passion, ~especially anger; the fourth is the 308 2, 127 | disclose all his greatness, especially to the ~large number of 309 2, 130 | vainglory is ~always evil, but especially in philanthropy, i.e. mercy. 310 2, 131 | a fainthearted ~man is especially one who is worthy of great 311 2, 132 | magnificence does a ~great work especially in reference to the Divine 312 2, 132 | he has in hand. This is ~especially necessary on account of 313 2, 134 | it is reckoned a fruit, especially ~in this, that patience 314 2, 135 | persistence in good are especially ~those which cause sorrow. 315 2, 137 | good and in enduring evil, especially with regard ~to goods or 316 2, 138 | less danger in determining, especially in general, ~what is to 317 2, 139 | difficult to temper fear, especially with ~regard to dangers 318 2, 139 | 1: Honor and beauty are especially ascribed to temperance, 319 2, 140 | Now grave fear and sorrow, especially in dangers of death, stun ~ 320 2, 142 | approbation." Now ~men desire this especially from people of the better 321 2, 142 | to someone's excellence, especially the excellence which is ~ 322 2, 142 | attestation to a person's defect, especially that ~which results from 323 2, 143 | honest." But the use of wine, especially in excess, in which ~sense 324 2, 143 | ascribes honesty as pertaining ~especially to temperance.~Aquin.: SMT 325 2, 143 | seemingly honesty belongs ~especially to temperance, since the 326 2, 145 | anything harmful, ~and such especially is sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 327 2, 145 | a reasonable motive, and especially if the ~lawgiver would not 328 2, 145 | OBJ 2: Further, children especially are seemingly not exempt 329 2, 145 | to fulfil the precept, ~especially if custom be in his favor, 330 2, 145 | those who fast to abstain especially from these foods.~Aquin.: 331 2, 145 | that heat the body conduce especially to heat: flatulent foods ~ 332 2, 146 | kind of superfluities, or ~especially to the emission of the semen. 333 2, 146 | results from every sin, ~especially the sin that proceeds from 334 2, 147 | wine is lawful?~(4) To whom especially is sobriety becoming?~Aquin.: 335 2, 147 | this reason sobriety is especially concerned with drink, not 336 2, 147 | things, wherefore sobriety is especially concerned with drink.~Aquin.: 337 2, 147 | Apostle declares that old men especially should be exhorted to sobriety, ~ 338 2, 148 | drunkenness may occur without sin, especially if it ~is not through his 339 2, 148 | it is a sin. Now this is especially the effect of drunkenness. ~ 340 2, 149 | which gives pleasure is especially likened to a child, because 341 2, 149 | pleasure is connatural to us, especially of pleasures of touch ~which 342 2, 149 | 1~Whether purity belongs especially to chastity?~Aquin.: SMT 343 2, 149 | that purity does not belong especially to chastity. ~For Augustine 344 2, 149 | parts of temperance, and not especially to ~chastity.~Aquin.: SMT 345 2, 149 | venereal matters properly, and especially the signs thereof, such 346 2, 149 | vices of ~intemperance are especially disgraceful, as stated above ( 347 2, 149 | and because by these sins especially, the reason is ~absorbed.~ 348 2, 151 | mind. Therefore lust is especially concerned with such like ~ 349 2, 151 | should not be reckoned ~especially as daughters of lust.~Aquin.: 350 2, 152 | this ~would seem to apply especially to simple fornication, which 351 2, 152 | to ~others in marriage, especially if the betrothal be expressed 352 2, 152 | while the two others belong especially to the deformity of adultery. ~ 353 2, 152 | nature, since ~it would seem especially in accord with nature that 354 2, 154 | Ethic. vii, 7) that "it is ~especially people of a quick or choleric 355 2, 159 | and respectful persons are especially wont ~to lower the eyes, 356 2, 159 | not contrary to humility; especially since ~the more one subjects 357 2, 159 | which He assumed." Now He especially proposed His humility for 358 2, 159 | the effect of ~justice, especially of legal justice. Now humility 359 2, 159 | itself, and after justice, especially legal justice, humility ~ 360 2, 159 | humility to us, was ~because it especially removes the obstacle to 361 2, 159 | people do this: but we should especially be humble towards ~those 362 2, 160 | natural desire for this; and especially does this become ~the rational 363 2, 161 | conceivable to ~the mind, especially of a wise man.~Aquin.: SMT 364 2, 162 | with their eyes closed, ~especially since it is stated that 365 2, 163 | able to deceive the man ~especially through her. Now there is 366 2, 166 | inordinate use of ~fun, especially by those who make the pleasure 367 2, 166 | OBJ 3: Further, comedians especially would seem to exceed in 368 2, 167 | temperate or superstitious." Especially, however, is ~the use of 369 2, 167 | clothes, ~or vice versa; especially since this may be a cause 370 2, 168 | precepts by which men are especially induced to fulfil ~the Law, 371 2, 169 | those things ~which pertain especially to certain men. Now there 372 2, 170 | because man's imagination, especially in ~waking, is more disposed 373 2, 170 | government of a ~people, especially in relation to Divine worship; 374 2, 171 | things. Therefore they, especially, ~see the Divine essence.~ 375 2, 171 | Gen. ad lit. xii, 9), ~"especially is he a prophet who excels 376 2, 172 | prophets," which words are said especially on behalf of ~Abraham and 377 2, 172 | have a number of prophets ~especially at the time of the kings, 378 2, 173 | synecdoche a part of man, ~especially the soul which is the principal 379 2, 174 | what others said to them, especially as they were sent to ~unbelievers. 380 2, 175 | teach." Now this pertains especially to the grace of the word. 381 2, 177 | he is most intent; thus especially does ~he wish "to associate 382 2, 177 | Accordingly since certain men are especially intent on the contemplation ~ 383 2, 177 | truth, while others are especially intent on external actions, 384 2, 178 | consists in the moral virtues, ~especially temperance, as Ambrose says ( 385 2, 178 | the order of reason; and especially is it ~in temperance, which 386 2, 178 | the concupiscences which especially darken ~the light of reason. 387 2, 179 | as its end, it is drawn, especially in moral ~matters, to the 388 2, 182 | perfection?~(5) Whether especially prelates and religious are 389 2, 182 | to the state of nature; especially since ~"what is according 390 2, 182 | perfection consists more especially in the love of God ~than 391 2, 182 | suffer need." Now ~bishops especially are bound to despise all 392 2, 182 | observe that in this life, and especially at these times, there is 393 2, 183 | to accept this ~burden, especially seeing that it is through 394 2, 184 | the perfection of charity, especially by enticing and distracting 395 2, 184 | aroused in man in reference ~especially to three things. First, 396 2, 184 | this good he offers to God ~especially by the vow of continence, 397 2, 184 | given to their excellence especially by the common ~people who 398 2, 185 | superiors having ordinary cure; especially members of ~religious orders 399 2, 185 | religious orders that are especially instituted for that purpose, 400 2, 185 | bodies." Now religious ~especially are called servants of God, 401 2, 185 | OBJ 5: Further, religious especially would seem to be bound to 402 2, 185 | OBJ 5: Further, religious especially are bound to imitate the 403 2, 185 | our Lord's command it is especially ~becoming to preachers of 404 2, 185 | Further, religious should aim especially at doing works of ~penance. 405 2, 185 | sake of show: and this is especially the case when one ~does 406 2, 185 | Religious, however, would especially ~seem not to act thus from 407 2, 186 | religious orders differ more especially according to their various ~ 408 2, 186 | profession, and are directed ~especially to the contemplative life. 409 2, 186 | virtue, seemingly, pertains especially to ~religious. Therefore 410 2, 187 | thyself, and to be rich, especially ~to have such great wealth." 411 2, 187 | before entering ~religion; especially as the worldly life does 412 2, 187 | bad example by leaving, especially if he do so for a reasonable 413 2, 187 | unlawful for children, ~especially of unripe age, to be admitted 414 2, 187 | ordering of his state of life, especially in such as ~belong to the 415 2, 187 | s cause would seem to be especially one that concerns ~a change 416 3, 1 | flesh is most composite - especially human ~flesh. Therefore 417 3, 1 | to revere God pertains especially to man's salvation; ~hence 418 3, 1 | is God. And in this work especially the universe ~would seem 419 3, 1 | time of the Incarnation is especially the time of mercy, according 420 3, 2 | be the form ~of anything, especially of anything corporeal, since 421 3, 2 | and not an example, and especially in Divine things, for it 422 3, 2 | which is that a relation, especially one of ~equiparance, is 423 3, 2 | simply one, as is ~shown especially in unity itself, which is 424 3, 4 | the Saviour of all men, especially of ~the faithful." But nature 425 3, 4 | assumption of human nature, but especially in what He suffered in human ~ 426 3, 4 | OBJ 3: Since Christ ought especially to be separated from sinners ~ 427 3, 5 | through the mind. Hence it was especially ~necessary for the mind 428 3, 6 | united to the Word in Person; especially ~since a person is found 429 3, 7 | gratuitously given ~graces, especially as regards the gift of tongues. 430 3, 8 | the Saviour of all ~men, especially of the faithful," and (1 431 3, 9 | discovery than by being taught, ~especially since He was given to be 432 3, 11 | AA[1],2, and this is ~especially clear as regards the souls 433 3, 11 | clearly shown (Q[15], ~A[10]). Especially had He the conditions of 434 3, 11 | were not useless in it; especially as the ~senses are not afforded 435 3, 12 | any ~knowledge of His, and especially as regards the infused knowledge 436 3, 13 | unto His brethren," and especially as regards what ~belongs 437 3, 13 | He wished absolutely, and especially by His Divine will, that 438 3, 14 | infirmities and defects; and especially for three ~reasons. First, 439 3, 15 | conquer." Therefore it ~would especially seem that the "fomes" of 440 3, 15 | from ~coming upon it, and especially by the Divine power; yet 441 3, 18 | in ~the things of faith especially we must speak with propriety. 442 3, 20 | Thirdly, human nature is especially ~subject to God through 443 3, 20 | Person, Which is eternal; and especially those relations which seem 444 3, 23 | participation of good ~things; especially rational creatures, who 445 3, 29 | there was no true marriage: ~especially since, after the marriage 446 3, 30 | Blessed Virgin by some man: especially seeing that ~Joseph, her 447 3, 30 | Gen. ad lit. xii), ~and especially more becoming to an angel: 448 3, 31 | said to have been the son especially of two of ~the patriarchs, 449 3, 31 | for this. First to these especially was the promise made ~concerning 450 3, 32 | the sending of the Son is especially attributed to the Father, 451 3, 32 | that of ~living things, especially animals. For we do not say 452 3, 34 | operation of the senses: especially as to the ~sense of touch, 453 3, 35 | Person. But filiation belongs especially to the ~Person, since it 454 3, 35 | flower." ~But a man is named especially from the place of his birth. 455 3, 35 | where also they desire ~especially to receive honor. Christ, 456 3, 36 | 3: Further, God is most especially inclined to mercy; according 457 3, 36 | the Saviour of all men, ~especially of the faithful." Therefore 458 3, 36 | Divine truth should be made especially ~to the friends of God, 459 3, 36 | angels." ~And the Gentiles, especially astrologers, were wont to 460 3, 39 | by God should have been ~especially manifest in Christ. But 461 3, 40 | withdraw from the crowd, especially when we have to ~discourse 462 3, 41 | in Matth.): "Then most ~especially does the devil assail by 463 3, 41 | vainglory in the ~Temple, especially since Luke puts them in 464 3, 42 | before so many men? . . . especially if what He ~says to few 465 3, 42 | have written about Him. Especially do those pagans ~ask this 466 3, 43 | working miracles arose then, especially when the ~disciples were 467 3, 44 | to both men and ~animals, especially terrestrial. But fish, from 468 3, 46 | because this kind of death was especially suitable in order to ~atone 469 3, 46 | of ~my sins." Secondly, especially the fall of the Jews and 470 3, 46 | Christ's life in the body, especially on account of the ~Godhead 471 3, 49 | of Antichrist he will be ~especially active in using his power 472 3, 51 | recorded by John (19:39), especially since a ~woman came beforehand 473 3, 51 | things soever were written," especially of Christ, ~"were written 474 3, 51 | that "with other men, especially with ~such as have wrought 475 3, 52 | Purgatory by the ~sacraments, especially by the sacrament of the 476 3, 53 | at once on the same day; especially since the ~gloss quoted 477 3, 55 | establish it completely, especially owing to the testimonies 478 3, 55 | Resurrection our Lord wished especially to show that He was the 479 3, 57 | glorified bodies, Christ's especially, ~do not stand in need of 480 3, 60 | not have ~been restricted, especially under the New Law, to the 481 3, 60 | This would be the case especially if the ~mispronunciation 482 3, 62 | are ~delivered from sin especially by faith in His Passion, 483 3, 64 | truth of the sacrament, especially if ~it be manifested outwardly.~ 484 3, 66 | enlightenment," ~which refers especially to faith, by which man receives 485 3, 66 | sacraments of the New Law: especially the sacrament of ~Baptism 486 3, 66 | accustomed to its ~use; especially in regard to the Jews, to 487 3, 66 | plain water; as appears especially in ~sea-water, in which 488 3, 66 | have baptized. And this especially in cases of urgency: either 489 3, 66 | principal part of the body, especially in relation to ~the exterior 490 3, 67 | but the singular doubled: especially as we find the plural ~expressed 491 3, 67 | seems no need for anyone, especially in ~the Baptism of adults, 492 3, 70 | God for their ~children, especially if these were in any danger. 493 3, 72 | that they were ~baptized; especially, since it is written (Jn. 494 3, 72 | OBJ 2: Further, sinners especially need sanctifying grace, 495 3, 72 | fasting: since one bishop, especially in a large diocese, would 496 3, 73 | deeply to memory; since then especially ~affection for friends is 497 3, 73 | sacrifices of the Old Testament, ~especially the sacrifice of expiation, 498 3, 74 | safer to add little water, especially if the ~wine be weak, because 499 3, 78 | while leaving out the rest, ~especially the words in the Canon of 500 3, 78 | the substance of the form, especially ~since they refer to the


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