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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | participated good, because the essential good is prior to the ~participated 2 1, 3 | exterior agent or by its ~essential principles. Now it is impossible 3 1, 3 | existence to be ~caused by its essential constituent principles, 4 1, 3 | existence ~He will be not essential, but participated being. 5 1, 3 | genus is predicated as an essential it refers to the ~essence 6 1, 3 | predicated of them as an essential, but they differ ~in their 7 1, 3 | Thirdly, because what is ~essential is prior to what is accidental. 8 1, 3 | Neither can He have ~any essential accidents (as the capability 9 1, 3 | capability of laughing is an essential ~accident of man), because 10 1, 3 | posterior to that which is essential, so ~likewise is that which 11 1, 4 | analogy, inasmuch as God is essential ~being, whereas other things 12 1, 6 | this is to be understood of essential goodness, as ~will be explained 13 1, 9 | such as to follow on the essential principles of the subject, 14 1, 10 | differences follow upon the ~essential and primary differences, 15 1, 10 | 1 ~OBJ 2: Further, it is essential to time to have "before" 16 1, 10 | and "after"; ~but it is essential to eternity to be simultaneously 17 1, 13 | in those which have ~an essential predicate. For it is manifest 18 1, 18 | not an accidental but an essential predicate. ~Sometimes, however, 19 1, 23 | definite number in the ~essential parts, which are by their 20 1, 23 | what number would befit the essential parts of that ~universe - 21 1, 31 | otherness, can be ~joined to an essential name in God?~(4) Whether 22 1, 31 | God there ~would be three essential unities; which is heresy.~ 23 1, 31 | should be added to the essential term ~in God?~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 31 | is not to ~be added to an essential term in God. For, according 25 1, 31 | whatever is joined to the essential term in God can be ~predicated 26 1, 31 | alone" is joined to an essential ~term, it would be so joined 27 1, 31 | personal predicate or ~the essential predicate. But it cannot 28 1, 31 | cannot be ~joined to an essential term in God.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 31 | alone" being joined to any essential term in God, as excluding 30 1, 31 | alone" be joined to an essential ~term. For this proposition, " 31 1, 31 | be given to OBJ 2. For an essential term applied to ~the Father 32 1, 32 | they knew some of the ~essential attributes appropriated 33 1, 32 | Para. 3/6~But not only must essential names be signified in the 34 1, 32 | whatever has order to any essential or ~personal act, cannot 35 1, 32 | terms, whether personal or essential, ~can be predicated of the 36 1, 33 | Father; and taken in an essential sense it is common to the ~ 37 1, 33 | Father" comes first as an essential name before its personal 38 1, 33 | in God is not taken as an essential name before it is ~taken 39 1, 34 | 1) Whether Word is an essential term in God, or a personal 40 1, 34 | thought, and sight, are essential terms in God. Therefore 41 1, 34 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is essential to word to be spoken. But, 42 1, 34 | name Word is used as an essential term in God, and ~not in 43 1, 34 | personal name, and in no way an essential name.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] 44 1, 35 | that similitude which is essential to image. Hence others say ~ 45 1, 35 | proceeds as word, and it is essential ~to word to be like species 46 1, 37 | loves, taking Love ~as an essential term, still it does not 47 1, 37 | Ghost" - that is, "by His essential ~Love," which is appropriated 48 1, 38 | it follow that it is an ~essential name because it imports 49 1, 38 | that it ~includes something essential in its meaning; as the essence 50 1, 39 | one essence?~(3) Whether essential names should be predicated 51 1, 39 | can be ~predicated of the essential names taken in a concrete 52 1, 39 | same can be predicated of essential names taken in the ~abstract?~( 53 1, 39 | predicated of concrete ~essential names?~(7) Whether essential 54 1, 39 | essential names?~(7) Whether essential attributes can be appropriated 55 1, 39 | of relations, but only by essential principles; because in ~ 56 1, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether essential names should be predicated 57 1, 39 | OBJ 1: It would seem that essential names, as the name "God," 58 1, 39 | Ghost." ~Therefore other essential names can be predicated 59 1, 39 | 1/1~I answer that, Some essential names signify the essence 60 1, 39 | 1/1~Whether the concrete essential names can stand for the 61 1, 39 | seem that the concrete, essential names cannot stand for ~ 62 1, 39 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether abstract essential names can stand for the 63 1, 39 | would seem that abstract essential names can stand for the ~ 64 1, 39 | can be predicated of the essential terms?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 65 1, 39 | predicated of the ~concrete essential names; so that we can say 66 1, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essential names should be appropriated 67 1, 39 | It would seem that the essential names should not be appropriated ~ 68 1, 39 | the others. Therefore the ~essential attributes should not be 69 1, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the essential attributes expressed in 70 1, 39 | the ~form. Therefore the essential attributes, especially when 71 1, 39 | the appropriated. But the essential attributes, ~in our way 72 1, 39 | is proper. Therefore the essential attributes are not to ~be 73 1, 39 | it is fitting that the ~essential attributes should be appropriated 74 1, 39 | more known to us. Now the essential attributes of God ~are more 75 1, 39 | certain knowledge of the essential ~attributes from creatures 76 1, 39 | manner do we make use of the essential attributes. And such a manifestation 77 1, 39 | persons by the use of ~the essential attributes is called "appropriation."~ 78 1, 39 | a twofold manner by the essential ~attributes; in one way 79 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The essential attributes are not appropriated 80 1, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the essential attributes were appropriated 81 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the essential attribute is in its proper 82 1, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essential attributes are appropriated 83 1, 39 | It would seem that the essential attributes are appropriated 84 1, 39 | intellect and thing in their essential meaning, are ~referred to 85 1, 39 | indefinitely, it is an essential term. And although the pronoun " 86 1, 41 | substance is signified by the ~essential attributes; and whatever 87 1, 42 | relations, not by any kind of essential separation.~Aquin.: SMT 88 1, 44 | cause does ~not appear to be essential to beings, for some beings 89 1, 44 | place in bodies in regard to essential ~forms. Such transmutations 90 1, 45 | creature flows ~from some essential attribute appropriated to 91 1, 45 | effect is caused by ~every essential attribute - viz. by power, 92 1, 45 | inasmuch as they include the ~essential attributes, knowledge and 93 1, 45 | the appropriation of the essential attributes. For, as above 94 1, 49 | participated is reduced to what is essential. ~But things which are evil 95 1, 49 | must seek for some supreme essential evil, ~which is the cause 96 1, 49 | necessary to reduce it to any essential ~evil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 97 1, 50 | whereas to be circumscribed by essential limits belongs to all ~creatures, 98 1, 54 | such predication is not essential, but concomitant, because, 99 1, 76 | in the second manner of essential predication, ~(if the forms 100 1, 76 | have the second ~manner of essential predication.) Therefore, 101 1, 76 | to the ~second manner of essential predication, if one soul 102 1, 76 | perfection. For the same essential form makes ~man an actual 103 1, 76 | divided into logical and essential ~parts: as a thing defined 104 1, 76 | depends on logical ~and essential perfection, properly and 105 1, 77 | what is not ~caused by the essential principle of the species. 106 1, 77 | thing, but is caused by the essential ~principles of the species; 107 1, 37 | loves, taking Love ~as an essential term, still it does not 108 1, 37 | Ghost" - that is, "by His essential ~Love," which is appropriated 109 1, 38 | it follow that it is an ~essential name because it imports 110 1, 38 | that it ~includes something essential in its meaning; as the essence 111 1, 39 | one essence?~(3) Whether essential names should be predicated 112 1, 39 | can be ~predicated of the essential names taken in a concrete 113 1, 39 | same can be predicated of essential names taken in the ~abstract?~( 114 1, 39 | predicated of concrete ~essential names?~(7) Whether essential 115 1, 39 | essential names?~(7) Whether essential attributes can be appropriated 116 1, 39 | of relations, but only by essential principles; because in ~ 117 1, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether essential names should be predicated 118 1, 39 | OBJ 1: It would seem that essential names, as the name "God," 119 1, 39 | Ghost." ~Therefore other essential names can be predicated 120 1, 39 | 1/1~I answer that, Some essential names signify the essence 121 1, 39 | 1/1~Whether the concrete essential names can stand for the 122 1, 39 | seem that the concrete, essential names cannot stand for ~ 123 1, 39 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether abstract essential names can stand for the 124 1, 39 | would seem that abstract essential names can stand for the ~ 125 1, 39 | can be predicated of the essential terms?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 126 1, 39 | predicated of the ~concrete essential names; so that we can say 127 1, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essential names should be appropriated 128 1, 39 | It would seem that the essential names should not be appropriated ~ 129 1, 39 | the others. Therefore the ~essential attributes should not be 130 1, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the essential attributes expressed in 131 1, 39 | the ~form. Therefore the essential attributes, especially when 132 1, 39 | the appropriated. But the essential attributes, ~in our way 133 1, 39 | is proper. Therefore the essential attributes are not to ~be 134 1, 39 | it is fitting that the ~essential attributes should be appropriated 135 1, 39 | more known to us. Now the essential attributes of God ~are more 136 1, 39 | certain knowledge of the essential ~attributes from creatures 137 1, 39 | manner do we make use of the essential ~attributes. And such a 138 1, 39 | persons by the use of ~the essential attributes is called "appropriation."~ 139 1, 39 | a twofold manner by the essential ~attributes; in one way 140 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The essential attributes are not appropriated 141 1, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the essential attributes were appropriated 142 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the essential attribute is in its proper 143 1, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the essential attributes are appropriated 144 1, 39 | It would seem that the essential attributes are appropriated 145 1, 39 | intellect and thing in their essential meaning, are ~referred to 146 1, 39 | indefinitely, it is an essential term. And although the pronoun " 147 1, 41 | substance is signified by the ~essential attributes; and whatever 148 1, 42 | relations, not by any kind of essential separation.~Aquin.: SMT 149 1, 45 | cause does ~not appear to be essential to beings, for some beings 150 1, 45 | place in bodies in regard to essential ~forms. Such transmutations 151 1, 46 | creature flows ~from some essential attribute appropriated to 152 1, 46 | effect is caused by ~every essential attribute - viz. by power, 153 1, 46 | inasmuch as they include the ~essential attributes, knowledge and 154 1, 46 | the appropriation of the essential attributes. For, as above 155 1, 50 | participated is reduced to what is essential. ~But things which are evil 156 1, 50 | must seek for some supreme essential evil, ~which is the cause 157 1, 50 | necessary to reduce it to any essential ~evil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 158 1, 51 | whereas to be circumscribed by essential limits belongs to all ~creatures, 159 1, 55 | such predication is not essential, but concomitant, because, 160 1, 75 | in the second manner of essential predication, ~(if the forms 161 1, 75 | have the second ~manner of essential predication.) Therefore, 162 1, 75 | to the ~second manner of essential predication, if one soul 163 1, 75 | perfection. For the same essential form makes ~man an actual 164 1, 75 | divided into logical and essential ~parts: as a thing defined 165 1, 75 | depends on logical ~and essential perfection, properly and 166 1, 76 | what is not ~caused by the essential principle of the species. 167 1, 76 | thing, but is caused by the essential ~principles of the species; 168 1, 83 | the purpose of knowing the essential ~properties of those things 169 1, 84 | because an apple is not essential to color, and ~therefore 170 1, 88 | apart from it, being an essential part of human ~nature; and 171 1, 92 | clear that likeness is ~essential to an image; and that an 172 1, 94 | corresponds ~in degree to the essential reward, which consists in 173 1, 95 | participated is subject to ~what is essential and universal. Therefore 174 1, 102 | moved, which diversity is essential to the perfection of the ~ 175 1, 102 | But if we consider the essential good, then no addition is 176 1, 102 | government of the world is the essential good, to the ~participation 177 1, 109 | created order, which is essential to a miracle, as above explained.~ 178 2, 1 | thus it just this ~that is essential to an act, viz. to proceed 179 2, 1 | whatsoever things there is an essential order of one to another, 180 2, 1 | process of things having an ~essential, not an accidental, connection 181 2, 2 | delight is the ~supreme and essential good, but that every delight 182 2, 2 | results from that which is the essential and ~supreme good.~Aquin.: 183 2, 4 | fellowship of friends is not essential to Happiness; ~since man 184 2, 4 | OBJ 1: That glory which is essential to Happiness, is that which ~ 185 2, 4 | Perfection of charity is essential to Happiness, as to the ~ 186 2, 6 | Therefore, ~although it is essential to the voluntary act that 187 2, 6 | principle: because it is not essential to the voluntary act ~that 188 2, 6 | this in common, that it is essential that they ~should proceed 189 2, 6 | stated above (A[1]), it is essential to the voluntary ~act that 190 2, 6 | 3: Further, knowledge is essential to the voluntary, as stated 191 2, 9 | is voluntary. But it is essential to the ~voluntary act that 192 2, 9 | principle, just as it is ~essential to the natural act. Therefore 193 2, 9 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is essential to the voluntary act that 194 2, 17 | composed of its ~integral or essential parts, is one simply: because 195 2, 17 | Further, that which is essential is different from that which 196 2, 18 | thing both in respect of its essential being, and in respect of 197 2, 18 | but only that which is essential; and a difference of object 198 2, 18 | difference of object may ~be essential in reference to one active 199 2, 18 | reference to the object is ~an essential difference in relation to 200 2, 18 | in ~human actions; since essential differences cause a difference 201 2, 18 | is sometimes taken as the essential ~difference of the object, 202 2, 18 | and "wingless" are not essential ~determinations of the irrational 203 2, 18 | the latter ~division is an essential determination of the former. 204 2, 18 | from the object is not an essential determination of the species ~ 205 2, 18 | these differences is an essential ~determination of the other. 206 2, 19 | that, Good and evil are essential differences of the act of 207 2, 19 | that genus, but something essential thereto: ~because whatever 208 2, 19 | is reduced to something essential, as to ~its principle. Therefore 209 2, 20 | Now differences make an essential division ~in a genus, according 210 2, 22 | the object. And this is essential to ~the act of the sensitive 211 2, 22 | on the other hand, it is essential to the act of ~the sensitive 212 2, 30 | quoted we have causal, not essential ~predication: for covetousness 213 2, 31 | pertaining to succession is essential: such are movement, repose, 214 2, 31 | which succession is ~not essential, but which are subject to 215 2, 41 | perception or knowledge is essential to these passions (thus 216 2, 49 | which belongs ~to the essential notion of habit, we must 217 2, 49 | differences ~which are proper and essential to quality. In the same 218 2, 49 | so far as by the former, essential principles are designated.~ 219 2, 49 | essentially. Now that which is ~essential is first in every genus. 220 2, 49 | act. Therefore it is not ~essential to habit to be a principle 221 2, 49 | relation to an act. For it is essential to habit to imply some ~ 222 2, 50 | powers which are in them, are essential, through the absence of 223 2, 50 | In angels there are no essential parts: but there are ~potential 224 2, 52 | because ~indivisibility is essential to the motion of such, wherefore 225 2, 55 | would seem that it is not essential to human virtue to be an ~ 226 2, 55 | act. Consequently it is ~essential to human virtue to be an 227 2, 55 | would seem that it is not essential to virtue that it should ~ 228 2, 55 | comprises perfectly the whole essential ~notion of virtue. For the 229 2, 55 | virtue. For the perfect essential notion of anything is ~gathered 230 2, 57 | rectitude of the will is essential to prudence, but not to 231 2, 64 | OBJ 3: Further, if it is essential to a moral virtue to observe 232 2, 64 | it seems that it is not essential to moral ~virtue that it 233 2, 67 | and science. For it is essential to opinion that we ~assent 234 2, 67 | not firm: to science it is essential to have firm adhesion with 235 2, 71 | since voluntariness is essential to sin. Sometimes, however, 236 2, 71 | acts and occasions would be essential to other actual sins.~Aquin.: 237 2, 72 | species from that which is essential and not ~from that which 238 2, 72 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is essential to sin to be against God' 239 2, 76 | because ~voluntariness is essential to sin. But it may fail 240 2, 82 | of the harmony which ~was essential to original justice, even 241 2, 82 | that ~equilibrium which is essential to health. Hence it is that 242 2, 90 | Whether promulgation is essential to a law?~Aquin.: SMT FS 243 2, 90 | that promulgation is not essential to a law. For ~the natural 244 2, 90 | promulgation. Therefore it is not essential to a law that it be ~promulgated.~ 245 2, 90 | Therefore ~promulgation is not essential to a law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 246 2, 90 | present. Therefore it is not essential to a law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 247 2, 91 | Further, promulgation is essential to law. But promulgation 248 2, 91 | laws, provided the other essential conditions of ~law be observed, 249 2, 93 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is essential to a law that it be promulgated 250 2, 93 | Because promulgation is essential to law, as stated above ~( 251 2, 94 | above (Q[90], A[2]) it is essential to a ~law that it be ordained 252 2, 94 | nature, yet nature ~is more essential to man, and therefore more 253 2, 108 | consequence all things that are essential to internal acts belong ~ 254 2, 108 | prohibitions alone as are essential for the reception ~or right 255 2, 108 | in so far ~as they are essential to virtue, pertain to the 256 2, 108 | Judicial precepts also, are not essential to virtue in ~respect of 257 2, 108 | because they are of themselves essential to virtue: whereas ~the 258 2, 110 | some pre-existing nature essential or participated. ~Now good 259 2, 112 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: It is an essential condition of knowledge that 260 2, 112 | knowledge; and again, it is an essential ~condition of faith that 261 2, 114 | which impeccability is an essential part. Much more, therefore, 262 2, 1 | otherwise, whereas it is ~essential to opinion, that its object 263 2, 2 | virtue of faith, since it is essential to faith to be ~about the 264 2, 4 | perfect. Thus childhood is not essential to man and consequently 265 2, 4 | Now lifelessness is not ~essential to faith, but is accidental 266 2, 4 | or makes it live, is not essential to faith. Hence there is 267 2, 5 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is essential to faith that one should 268 2, 6 | privation is sometimes essential to the species, whereas 269 2, 6 | equilibrium of the humors is essential to the ~species of sickness, 270 2, 6 | sickness, while darkness is not essential to a diaphanous ~body, but 271 2, 6 | privation ~belongs as being essential to its species. For we cannot 272 2, 6 | the darkness, which is not essential to the ~diaphanous body.~ 273 2, 6 | lifelessness of faith is not essential to the species of faith, ~ 274 2, 6 | perfection that ~suffices for the essential notion of faith.~Aquin.: 275 2, 6 | The deformity of an act is essential to the act's species, ~considered 276 2, 13 | Spirit we understand the essential name ~applicable to the 277 2, 18 | that if servility were ~essential to fear, servile fear would 278 2, 18 | by the security which is ~essential to everlasting happiness, 279 2, 22 | thing is either exemplar or essential. Now charity ~is not the 280 2, 22 | charity: nor is it the ~essential form of the other virtues, 281 2, 22 | their exemplar or their essential form, but rather by way 282 2, 23 | God. Consequently it is ~essential to the charity of a wayfarer 283 2, 23 | in something. So that an ~essential increase of charity means 284 2, 23 | ordained to act, so that an ~essential increase of charity implies 285 2, 23 | in its purpose, ~which is essential to charity; but it does 286 2, 23 | to God. ~It is therefore essential to charity that man should 287 2, 24 | love for love, which is essential to ~friendship, as stated 288 2, 24 | the ~demons. For it is an essential part of friendship that 289 2, 28 | union of such movements is ~essential to peace, because man's 290 2, 28 | other hand this union is not essential to concord: wherefore concord ~ 291 2, 28 | to happiness: and it is essential to beatitude or ~happiness 292 2, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is essential to fault that it be voluntary; 293 2, 28 | repentant." And since it is essential to human virtue that the 294 2, 37 | in the moral order, ~the essential is that which is intended, 295 2, 42 | ad 1), the mode which is essential ~to an act of virtue comes 296 2, 42 | the order of charity is essential to the virtue, since ~it 297 2, 45 | does not make that which is essential to the form to belong to 298 2, 50 | know: such things are not essential to blessedness, but concern ~ 299 2, 57 | 2]), ~and the formal and essential element is on the part of 300 2, 62 | sin we must consider the ~essential rather than the accidental. 301 2, 64 | would seem that it is not essential to theft to take another' 302 2, 64 | it." Therefore it is not ~essential to theft that it should 303 2, 64 | unjustly. Therefore it is not essential ~to theft that it should 304 2, 71 | 1/2~I answer that, The essential gravity of sins committed 305 2, 74 | vices considered in their ~essential aspects: for other accidental 306 2, 77 | though it ~had some act essential to it, but for as much as 307 2, 78 | annexed to justice. Now the essential character of justice ~consists 308 2, 80 | contemplation were the proper and essential cause of ~devotion, the 309 2, 81 | for others: for this is essential to the love which ~we owe 310 2, 81 | for others; and it is not ~essential to such a prayer as this 311 2, 82 | chiefly, as though it were essential thereto, but by ~reason 312 2, 84 | sacrifice. Accordingly it ~is essential to oblations of this kind 313 2, 86 | Accordingly three things are ~essential to a vow: the first is deliberation. 314 2, 86 | observing; continency is an essential ~condition of the religious 315 2, 92 | since it is a virtue, it ~is essential thereto that divine worship 316 2, 92 | Reply OBJ 3: Since it is essential to punishment that it be 317 2, 96 | Consequently ~falsehood is essential to perjury.~Aquin.: SMT 318 2, 108 | Body Para. 4/5~However, the essential notion of a lie is taken 319 2, 108 | and this is the proper and essential division of ~lying. In this 320 2, 108 | irony." This division is an essential division of lying ~itself, 321 2, 108 | which more and ~less are in essential opposition.~Aquin.: SMT 322 2, 120 | notion of ~duty, which is essential to a precept, appears in 323 2, 121 | is a virtue; and it is essential to virtue ever to tend to 324 2, 122 | Para. 1/1~Whether death is essential to martyrdom?~Aquin.: SMT 325 2, 122 | seems that death is not essential to martyrdom. For Jerome ~ 326 2, 122 | prison. Therefore it is not essential to ~martyrdom that one suffer 327 2, 122 | consequently death is not essential to martyrdom.~Aquin.: SMT 328 2, 127 | honor. Therefore it is not ~essential to magnanimity to be about 329 2, 127 | about ~anger. But it is not essential to meekness to be about 330 2, 127 | Therefore neither is it essential to magnanimity to be ~about 331 2, 127 | operations. Hence it is essential to a virtue to be about 332 2, 137 | beatitudes, since ~delight is essential to beatitude, according 333 2, 139 | FS, Q[55], A[3]), it is essential to ~virtue to incline man 334 2, 139 | necessary things has a certain essential pleasure annexed thereto.~ 335 2, 140 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is essential to sin that it be voluntary. 336 2, 145 | eating. Therefore it is not essential to fasting to ~take only 337 2, 146 | nature: and pleasure is essential to happiness, ~according 338 2, 150 | of John, as regards the ~essential reward, but not as regards 339 2, 152 | There is ~not the same essential unbecomingness attaching 340 2, 154 | of their passions - the essential conditions of continence 341 2, 160 | genus is that which is ~essential. Now it has been stated 342 2, 160 | gives sin its gravity is essential to pride. Hence pride is 343 2, 161 | former gravity is more ~essential to sin and is of greater 344 2, 162 | principles of nature. Now the essential principles of nature are 345 2, 164 | name. The former is more essential to ~this virtue than the 346 2, 180 | merit with regard to the essential reward ~consists chiefly 347 2, 182 | actual: and thus it is not essential, but a means, ~to perfection, 348 2, 184 | the kind that regards the essential vows of religion themselves; ~ 349 2, 184 | superiors in matters that are essential to ~virtue is not a work 350 2, 184 | vow of obedience is more essential to the ~religious life. 351 2, 186 | order without the three essential ~vows of religion, as stated 352 2, 186 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The three essential vows of religion pertain 353 2, 186 | that the community of the essential vows is compatible with ~ 354 2, 186 | their ~observance of the essential vows of religion, and their 355 3, 2 | the Incarnation was not essential, but ~accidental, which 356 3, 2 | thing "other" [alterum], ~so essential difference makes "another 357 3, 2 | for what is only from the ~essential principles of a thing, as 358 3, 3 | the like, which are called essential attributes, without ~understanding 359 3, 4 | itself as if belonging to its essential principles, ~or as its natural 360 3, 27 | good. Consequently it is essential to the fomes to incline 361 3, 50 | the soul and the body are essential ~parts of human nature. 362 3, 50 | soul and flesh not to be ~essential to a man, and that for anything 363 3, 50 | living, ~because there is an essential difference between them. 364 3, 50 | living body; for it is an essential and not an accidental ~predicate: 365 3, 57 | acquired no addition to His ~essential glory either in body or 366 3, 59 | us?" Thirdly, as to the ~essential reward of the good angels, 367 3, 59 | everlasting bliss; and as ~to the essential punishment of the wicked 368 3, 59 | considers judgment as to the essential reward ~and chief punishment.~ 369 3, 60 | and whose intention is ~essential to the sacrament, as will 370 3, 60 | change of words destroys the essential sense of the words: because 371 3, 60 | be suppressed, that the ~essential sense of the words is destroyed; 372 3, 60 | omission does not destroy the essential sense of the words, nor ~ 373 3, 60 | for" does ~not destroy the essential sense of the words, nor 374 3, 60 | something that destroys the essential sense ~of the words: for 375 3, 60 | such as not to destroy the ~essential sense, the sacrament is 376 3, 60 | pretend that something is essential to a sacramental form, ~ 377 3, 60 | add to or take from the essential sense, does not destroy ~ 378 3, 64 | the sacraments are not ~essential to the sacrament; but belong 379 3, 64 | But those things that are essential to the sacrament, are ~instituted 380 3, 64 | two ways. First, as ~being essential to it: and if this be wanting, 381 3, 66 | blessing of the water is not essential to Baptism, but ~belongs 382 3, 66 | in our form, it is not essential; but it is added in order 383 3, 66 | Persons, there is but one essential name. Now the Divine power 384 3, 66 | seems that immersion is ~essential to Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 385 3, 66 | bodily washing with water is essential to Baptism: wherefore ~Baptism 386 3, 66 | Whether trine immersion is essential to Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT 387 3, 66 | that trine immersion is essential to Baptism. For ~Augustine 388 3, 66 | Baptism." Now both ~seem to be essential to Baptism, namely, that 389 3, 66 | that trine immersion is essential to Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 390 3, 66 | Therefore, just as it is essential to Baptism to call on the ~ 391 3, 66 | of the Trinity, so is it essential to baptize by trine immersion.~ 392 3, 66 | if trine immersion be not essential to Baptism, it ~follows 393 3, 66 | and trine ~immersion is essential thereto.~Aquin.: SMT TP 394 3, 66 | required for Baptism, being essential to the sacrament: whereas ~ 395 3, 66 | words of the form. Nor is it essential for the Trinity to ~be signified 396 3, 66 | is the trine ~immersion essential to the sacrament.~Aquin.: 397 3, 66 | A[8]), the intention is essential ~to Baptism. Consequently, 398 3, 66 | something is done which is ~essential to the sacrament, and something 399 3, 66 | solemnity of the sacrament. Essential indeed, to the sacrament 400 3, 66 | of a ~sacrament are not essential to it, yet are they not 401 3, 67 | person?~(7) Whether it is essential that someone should raise 402 3, 67 | solemnity; but this is not essential to the ~sacrament. Consequently, 403 3, 67 | solemnity ~of, and are not essential to, Baptism. And therefore 404 3, 67 | carnal generation nothing is essential besides a father ~and a 405 3, 67 | Consequently this is not essential ~to the sacrament, and in 406 3, 67 | the person baptizing is essential to the sacrament, wherefore 407 3, 68 | are fulfilled which are essential ~to the sacrament. For the 408 3, 68 | 1/1~I answer that, It is essential to Baptism that some part 409 3, 69 | Baptism is twofold, the essential effect, ~and the accidental. 410 3, 69 | and the accidental. The essential effect of Baptism is that 411 3, 69 | Bodily health is not the essential effect of Baptism, but a ~ 412 3, 70 | 2: A stone knife was not essential to circumcision. Wherefore ~ 413 3, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is essential to a sacrament to produce 414 3, 72 | matter;~(3) Whether it is essential to the sacrament that the 415 3, 72 | sacrament: since ~the matter is essential to the sacrament.~Aquin.: 416 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is essential to this sacrament that the 417 3, 72 | It seems that it is not essential to this sacrament, that 418 3, 72 | Baptism; yet this is not essential to the ~sacrament: since 419 3, 72 | Therefore neither is it essential to this sacrament that the 420 3, 72 | chrism." But that which is essential to the sacraments ~should 421 3, 72 | it ~seems that it is not essential to this sacrament that it 422 3, 72 | baptize. Therefore it is not essential to this sacrament that it 423 3, 72 | Church." ~Therefore it is essential to this sacrament, which 424 3, 74 | the mixing with water is essential to this sacrament?~Aquin.: 425 3, 74 | the mixing with water is essential to this ~sacrament. Because 426 3, 74 | Further, if water were not essential to this sacrament, it would ~ 427 3, 74 | Church. Consequently water is essential to ~this sacrament.~Aquin.: 428 3, 74 | the case if water were essential to the sacrament, as the 429 3, 74 | water with the wine is not essential to ~the sacrament.~Aquin.: 430 3, 74 | usage of the faithful is not essential to the sacrament, but only 431 3, 74 | adding of water is not ~essential to the sacrament.~Aquin.: 432 3, 74 | be done, not to what is essential to ~be done; since water 433 3, 74 | mixing of water with flour is essential ~to this sacrament, as making 434 3, 84 | sacraments, are not the essential matter of the sacrament, 435 3, 84 | crucified; and yet this is ~not essential to this sacrament as neither 436 3, 84 | the meed." But ~sorrow is essential to Penance, according to 437 3, 84 | his past sins, which ~is essential to penance. Therefore penance 438 3, 84 | dispels grief, which is essential to penance. ~Therefore penance 439 3, 87 | 84], A[10], ad 4), it is essential to true ~penance that man 440 3, 89 | charity, will ~receive the essential reward according to the 441 3, 90 | that, A part is twofold, essential and quantitative. The ~essential 442 3, 90 | essential and quantitative. The ~essential parts are naturally the 443 3, 90 | matter and form as its essential parts. Hence it has been 444 Suppl, 8 | recipient, which is ~also essential to the sacrament, viz. contrition 445 Suppl, 8 | sacrament of ~Penance is essential to the sacrament, since 446 Suppl, 8 | him. Consequently it is essential to ~this sacrament, not 447 Suppl, 9 | made to man: hence it is essential to contrition and ~satisfaction, 448 Suppl, 9 | others. Therefore it is not essential to the sacrament that one 449 Suppl, 9 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is essential to the sacrament that a 450 Suppl, 9 | act of confession is more essential than the person to whom ~ 451 Suppl, 9 | the above conditions are essential to confession, ~and some 452 Suppl, 9 | those things which are ~essential to confession belong to 453 Suppl, 10| Again, ~this is true of the essential reward, but not of the removal 454 Suppl, 11| because this very secrecy is ~essential to the sacrament, in so 455 Suppl, 12| completes in it the conditions essential to virtue, since ~each moral 456 Suppl, 13| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The essential reward is bestowed on a 457 Suppl, 13| man does not merit the ~essential reward for another, unless 458 Suppl, 18| sanctification is sometimes essential to the sacrament both as 459 Suppl, 20| congruous, not of what is essential to the sacrament. [*Benedict 460 Suppl, 25| meritorious in respect of ~the essential reward, which infinitely 461 Suppl, 27| OBJ 1: This is true of the essential reward, but not of certain ~ 462 Suppl, 29| unction, it ~would not be essential for the perfection of the 463 Suppl, 29| these several actions are essential for the perfection of the ~ 464 Suppl, 29| Hence several actions ~are essential to the perfection of this 465 Suppl, 29| 2: Further, whatever is essential to a sacrament is observed ~ 466 Suppl, 29| same way. Now nothing is so essential to a sacrament ~that has 467 Suppl, 29| have held that no farm is essential to this ~sacrament. This, 468 Suppl, 29| OBJ 2: The words which are essential to the form, viz. the prayer ~ 469 Suppl, 29| sacramental forms because it is essential to the sacrament. But the ~ 470 Suppl, 29| contrition) which remission is essential to the sacrament ~of Penance 471 Suppl, 32| observed by all, as being ~essential to the sacrament. But some 472 Suppl, 32| each ~of the anointings is essential to the sacrament. Therefore 473 Suppl, 34| is reality ~only is not essential to the sacrament, and that 474 Suppl, 34| except of such things as are essential to the sacrament. But the 475 Suppl, 34| the power received is not essential to this sacrament, but is 476 Suppl, 34| as some say, ~it is not essential to this sacrament that there 477 Suppl, 34| presenting of the matter is more ~essential to the sacrament than contact 478 Suppl, 34| contact with the ~matter is essential to the sacrament, for it 479 Suppl, 36| of precept, but not as ~essential to the sacrament; and if 480 Suppl, 41| of merit, as regards the essential reward, is ~charity itself; 481 Suppl, 41| difficulty required for the essential ~reward is the difficulty 482 Suppl, 42| New Law has a form that is essential to the sacrament. ~But the 483 Suppl, 42| priest at a wedding is not essential to ~matrimony. Therefore 484 Suppl, 42| matrimony has no ~sanctification essential to it. Therefore grace is 485 Suppl, 44| named from that which is essential to ~it, since a "definition 486 Suppl, 44| 28). Now nuptials are not essential to matrimony. Therefore ~ 487 Suppl, 45| Further, if that which is essential to a sacrament be omitted 488 Suppl, 45| expression of words is not essential to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 489 Suppl, 45| our act is as it were ~essential to the sacrament. But the 490 Suppl, 45| sacraments certain things are ~essential to the sacrament, and if 491 Suppl, 45| these two conditions are essential to the ~sacrament; while 492 Suppl, 45| penance our act, although essential to the sacrament, ~does 493 Suppl, 45| required for matrimony as being essential to the ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 494 Suppl, 48| carnal intercourse is not essential to marriage, ~seemingly 495 Suppl, 48| taken as twofold, ~namely essential and accidental. The essential 496 Suppl, 48| essential and accidental. The essential cause of marriage is the ~ 497 Suppl, 48| to whom this cause is the essential end. And since accidental ~ 498 Suppl, 48| OBJ 1: This is true of the essential and principal cause; but 499 Suppl, 48| but that ~which has one essential and principal end may have 500 Suppl, 48| have several secondary ~essential ends, and an infinite number


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