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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 3 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Whatever pertains to posture, also, is only 2 1, 14 | The idea of the infinite pertains to quantity, as the ~Philosopher 3 1, 16 | clear and evident" and ~this pertains to truth according as it 4 1, 19 | act, produces its like. It pertains, therefore, to the nature 5 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It pertains to a king's dignity to have 6 1, 22 | found in things. Whence it pertains to divine providence to ~ 7 1, 23 | by free will. All that ~pertains therefore to merit or demerit 8 1, 23 | above that which is due ~pertains to mercy; as was shown previously ( 9 1, 25 | manifest, because to it pertains the first foundation of 10 1, 25 | instance, to be rational pertains to the ~essence of man. 11 1, 26 | After considering all that pertains to the unity of the divine 12 1, 26 | God; not ~that beatitude pertains essentially to Him under 13 1, 26 | spoken enough concerning what pertains to the unity of the ~divine 14 1, 41 | substance, except what ~pertains to the relation." But action 15 1, 41 | the generator and ~this pertains to perfection; whereas in 16 1, 42 | something absolute, and pertains to the essence. As, therefore, 17 1, 41 | substance, except what ~pertains to the relation." But action 18 1, 41 | the generator and ~this pertains to perfection; whereas in 19 1, 42 | something absolute, and pertains to the essence. As, therefore, 20 1, 83 | formed, unless all that pertains ~to that thing's nature 21 1, 107 | derived from ardor, which ~pertains to charity; and the name " 22 2, 1 | pre-exists in the intention, ~pertains to the will, as stated above ( 23 2, 2 | every thing, that which pertains to its essence is ~distinct 24 2, 3 | borders']". But peace pertains to the will. Therefore man' 25 2, 3 | that results from happiness pertains to the ~will. In this sense 26 2, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Peace pertains to man's last end, not as 27 2, 3 | in the active life, which pertains to the ~practical intellect.~ 28 2, 10 | desires, but also ~that which pertains to each power, and to the 29 2, 12 | darkness," etc. But light pertains to knowledge. ~Therefore 30 2, 19 | such, i.e. as appetible, pertains to ~the will before pertaining 31 2, 19 | But considered as true it ~pertains to the reason, before, under 32 2, 22 | it goes on. Now passion pertains to defect, ~because it belongs 33 2, 23 | tendency to it, which ~tendency pertains to the passion of "hope"; 34 2, 23 | us turn from it; and this pertains to the ~passion of "despair." 35 2, 25 | soon to overtake us, which pertains to daring; or an evil ~actually 36 2, 25 | actually present, which pertains to anger; than to strive 37 2, 25 | proportion to the end; and this pertains to love or hatred, those 38 2, 26 | thereto by his reason, which pertains to the nature of dilection, ~ 39 2, 29 | pleasure." But flight from pain pertains to hatred; while ~desire 40 2, 31 | diversity of apprehension pertains, in a way, to ~diversity 41 2, 31 | in this sense, that which pertains to the preservation of the ~ 42 2, 32 | A[1]). But doing good pertains not ~to the obtaining but 43 2, 33 | receive more. But ~receiving pertains to desire, which is for 44 2, 33 | And in this way expansion pertains to love by ~reason of a 45 2, 33 | the other hand expansion ~pertains to pleasure, in so far as 46 2, 36 | sorrow; since repletion pertains ~to unity, and division 47 2, 38 | labor']. But knowledge pertains to the ~contemplation of 48 2, 44 | this contraction, which ~pertains to the appetite of the soul, 49 2, 45 | the ~suffering of wrongs pertains to defect. Therefore daring 50 2, 46 | 5) that "revenge" which pertains to anger "is more ~natural 51 2, 46 | viz. vengeance; and this pertains to {kotos} [rancor] ~which 52 2, 48 | dilatation of the heart which ~pertains to magnanimity which is 53 2, 59 | reason dictates. Now it pertains to virtue that the sensitive ~ 54 2, 60 | justice: for, seemingly, it ~pertains to justice that a man give 55 2, 62 | something ~attainable - and this pertains to hope - and as to a certain 56 2, 66 | which knowledge about God pertains, is beyond the reach of 57 2, 68 | intellectual virtues, counsel pertains to prudence, piety to a 58 2, 68 | apprehension of truth (which pertains to the discovery of truth), 59 2, 68 | judgment, while counsel ~pertains to inquiry. But judgment 60 2, 68 | OBJ 4: Further, fortitude pertains to the appetitive power, 61 2, 69 | to ~our neighbor, which pertains to justice - and by a gift, 62 2, 69 | others united to us; which pertains ~to the virtue of liberality-- 63 2, 70 | whenever evil threatens: which pertains to "patience"; secondly, 64 2, 70 | fraud or deceit. To this ~pertains "faith," if we take it as 65 2, 71 | volition of any sin whatever, pertains, of itself, to that sin, ~ 66 2, 73 | Because the gravity of a sin pertains to its mode or ~quality: 67 2, 73 | spiritual sin; while adultery pertains to lust, which is a carnal 68 2, 73 | xxxi, 17); while lust ~pertains to carnal sins. Therefore 69 2, 74 | according to it: and to this pertains the fact ~that by deliberating 70 2, 77 | as its cause, fear which pertains to avoidance of evil: for 71 2, 77 | appetite of the arduous good pertains to the "pride of ~life"; 72 2, 77 | which is God, which aversion pertains to ~the deliberating reason, 73 2, 83 | cause of that sin primarily pertains: thus if the motive ~cause 74 2, 83 | motion to act, which motion pertains to sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 75 2, 84 | reduced to sloth, to which pertains ~the negligence of a man 76 2, 85 | contrary to ~fortitude which pertains to the irascible.~Aquin.: 77 2, 89 | opposed to such liability ~pertains, not to actual but to original 78 2, 90 | 9], A[1]). Therefore law pertains, not to the ~reason, but 79 2, 92 | to anyone: but to punish ~pertains to none but the framer of 80 2, 93 | eternal law, since ~thereunto pertains the "prudence of the flesh," 81 2, 93 | be ~done by man; but what pertains to the nature of man is 82 2, 94 | in this respect, whatever pertains ~to this inclination belongs 83 2, 99 | before the eyes, which pertains to the ceremonial precepts.~ 84 2, 100 | in common of man with man pertains to justice, whose ~proper 85 2, 100 | do harm to another, which pertains to the negative ~precepts, 86 2, 102 | Himself and ~the Church, which pertains to the allegorical sense; 87 2, 102 | Christian people, which pertains to the moral sense; or to 88 2, 103 | from sin and ~consecration pertains to justification. But it 89 2, 103 | by which man pleases God pertains to justification, ~according 90 2, 107 | forthwith accomplish that ~which pertains to the common good; and 91 2, 108 | perfection. But ~obedience pertains to the life of perfection. 92 2, 109 | without Divine light: and this pertains to the ~aid of grace.~Aquin.: 93 2, 109 | enlightened ~to see what pertains to natural knowledge; and 94 2, 109 | another in the good which pertains to its ~nature. For it can 95 2, 109 | man is bidden that which pertains to the act of ~free-will, 96 2, 111 | hence the whole operation pertains to grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 97 2, 111 | subsequent grace, inasmuch as it ~pertains to glory, is not numerically 98 2, 111 | sanctifying ~grace. But faith pertains to sanctifying grace, since 99 2, 111 | interpretation of speeches pertains either to ~wisdom or to 100 2, 111 | speaking of charity, which pertains to ~sanctifying grace. Hence 101 2, 112 | Reply OBJ 3: Natural life pertains to man's substance, and 102 2, 114 | merit of life everlasting pertains first ~to charity, and secondly, 103 2, 114 | the habit to which the end pertains always ~commands the habits 104 2, 114 | the greatness of the work ~pertains to the increase of merit; 105 2, 4 | Reply OBJ 2: Since faith pertains to the intellect as commanded 106 2, 4 | act is "the true," ~which pertains properly to the intellect. 107 2, 4 | by ~that which directly pertains to that habit. Now since 108 2, 4 | perfection of the intellect, that pertains directly to faith, which ~ 109 2, 4 | directly to faith, which ~pertains to the intellect. Again, 110 2, 4 | the intellect. Again, what pertains to the will, does not ~pertain 111 2, 7 | For purity of ~the heart pertains chiefly to the affections, 112 2, 8 | among the fruits, only one pertains to the intellect; ~namely, 113 2, 8 | the word fruit implies, pertains to ~the appetitive rather 114 2, 9 | to be believed, ~and this pertains to the gift of understanding, 115 2, 9 | to ~Divine things, this pertains to "wisdom" rather than 116 2, 10 | the faith. But contempt pertains to the will. Therefore unbelief 117 2, 12 | inquiry:~(1) Whether apostasy pertains to unbelief?~(2) Whether, 118 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether apostasy pertains to unbelief?~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 12 | Further, heresy, since it pertains to unbelief, is a determinate ~ 120 2, 12 | not." Therefore apostasy pertains to ~unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 121 2, 12 | apostasy, simply so called, pertains to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 122 2, 12 | against the ~Creator. Now this pertains to ill-will against God 123 2, 12 | it seems that blasphemy pertains to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 124 2, 12 | Hence whatever ~befits God, pertains to His goodness, and whatever 125 2, 14 | which light, since it ~pertains to the species of the rational 126 2, 14 | in understanding, which pertains to blindness of mind. Therefore ~ 127 2, 16 | good, and ~not that which pertains to another. Yet if we presuppose 128 2, 16 | The first ~love of God pertains to charity, which adheres 129 2, 16 | His own sake; ~while hope pertains to the second love, since 130 2, 17 | the will. But certainty pertains not to the ~will but to 131 2, 19 | I answer that, Unbelief pertains to the intellect, but despair, 132 2, 23 | possessor, ~where that which pertains to charity cannot appear 133 2, 25 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Faith pertains to the cognitive power, 134 2, 25 | man wishes to enjoy God pertains to that love of God ~which 135 2, 25 | spiritual ~mind, because it pertains to the perfection of virtue, 136 2, 25 | his ~mind to God, and this pertains to a man's love for himself, 137 2, 26 | man should love all that pertains to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 138 2, 26 | the Divine fruition which pertains to love of ~one self, in 139 2, 26 | in his neighbor, which ~pertains to the love of God.~Aquin.: 140 2, 27 | happiness. ~Now mourning, which pertains to sorrow, is reckoned among 141 2, 28 | others in their wants, ~which pertains chiefly to one who stands 142 2, 31 | sin, the removal of which pertains to charity rather than the ~ 143 2, 31 | brother's sin, which ~removal pertains to charity, it is evident 144 2, 32 | s brother, and whatever ~pertains to the defect of Divine 145 2, 33 | of the mind," but ~if it pertains to the imaginative power, 146 2, 36 | according to men?" Now zeal pertains to envy. ~Therefore contention 147 2, 43 | OBJ 3: Just as piety which pertains to the worship of God is 148 2, 43 | that are without." Now this pertains to action. Therefore wisdom 149 2, 44 | he is injured." But this pertains to spiritual wisdom, according 150 2, 44 | some persons; and this pertains to folly. Therefore folly 151 2, 45 | present or past, which pertains to prudence, belongs properly 152 2, 46 | OBJ 5: Further, solicitude pertains to prudence, as stated above ( 153 2, 46 | either by teaching, ~to which pertains "docility," or by "discovery," 154 2, 47 | OBJ 2: Further, that which pertains to a human virtue is in 155 2, 47 | prudence; to which ~docility pertains. And yet even the learned 156 2, 47 | 2: Further, good counsel pertains to prudence according to 157 2, 48 | Therefore military prudence pertains to fortitude rather than 158 2, 51 | prudence. ~And since solicitude pertains to prudence, the first of 159 2, 51 | precipitation seemingly pertains to rashness. Now ~rashness 160 2, 51 | implies presumption, which pertains to pride. Therefore ~precipitation 161 2, 51 | then inordinate ~counsel pertains to imprudence, it is evident 162 2, 51 | before thy steps." Now this pertains to ~prudence, while the 163 2, 51 | prudence, while the contrary pertains to thoughtlessness. Therefore ~ 164 2, 51 | principles. Hence thought pertains chiefly ~to judgment; and 165 2, 51 | evil work." ~But jealousy pertains to envy. Therefore inconstancy 166 2, 51 | envy. Therefore inconstancy pertains not to ~imprudence but to 167 2, 51 | species of ~constancy which pertains to reason; and to this power 168 2, 51 | this power inconstancy ~pertains also.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 169 2, 52 | solicitude. Now ~solicitude pertains to the reason, and rectitude 170 2, 52 | the other hand, negligence pertains to imprudence. ~This appears 171 2, 52 | prudence. Therefore negligence pertains to ~imprudence.~Aquin.: 172 2, 53 | pleasure is a venial sin and pertains to prudence of the flesh. 173 2, 53 | in appearance, and this pertains to prudence of the ~flesh; 174 2, 53 | this also. Therefore guile pertains to craftiness.~Aquin.: SMT 175 2, 53 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether fraud pertains to craftiness?~Aquin.: SMT 176 2, 53 | price of the land." Now it pertains to injustice or ~illiberality 177 2, 53 | object. ~Therefore fraud pertains to craftiness.~Aquin.: SMT 178 2, 53 | OBJ 2: Further, solicitude pertains to prudence. But prudence 179 2, 53 | murders, the former of which ~pertains to covetousness, and the 180 2, 53 | Now the use of ~stratagems pertains to craftiness, guile, and 181 2, 54 | craftiness, in so far as this pertains to injustice, as when ~a 182 2, 56 | not by making ~them, which pertains to art, but by using them 183 2, 56 | flows, because justice pertains to all the parts of the 184 2, 56 | belongs to justice." Now it pertains to ~liberality to give to 185 2, 56 | liberally beneficent, which ~pertains to liberality, are by a 186 2, 58 | man on suspicion: this pertains directly to injustice, and 187 2, 58 | the judgment of ~suspicion pertains directly to injustice when 188 2, 58 | The internal ~judgment pertains to justice, in so far as 189 2, 58 | thinking well of another pertains to ~our good feeling and 190 2, 58 | Therefore usurpation of judgment pertains not to injustice.~Aquin.: 191 2, 59 | same, so too that ~which pertains to the whole, pertains somewhat 192 2, 59 | which pertains to the whole, pertains somewhat to the part also: 193 2, 60 | due: and consequently it pertains to commutative justice.~ 194 2, 62 | of the person ~to whom it pertains to decide what is to be 195 2, 63 | slow to threaten, and this pertains to the moderation of correction; ~ 196 2, 63 | charge over him. To this pertains chastisement by blows.~Aquin.: 197 2, 66 | what he hears, and this pertains to rashness; while, ~on 198 2, 68 | de Praesumpt.]. Now it pertains to a man's ~goodness that 199 2, 70 | 60], A[5]] to which it ~pertains to rail well, according 200 2, 71 | reveal an unknown sin, which pertains to ~backbiting, as stated 201 2, 71 | or forethought." But this pertains to ~backbiting. Therefore 202 2, 73 | derision. But laughing to scorn pertains to reviling. Therefore derision ~ 203 2, 74 | another's evil, and this pertains to backbiting, wherefore ~ 204 2, 75 | over and above: and this pertains to his honesty.~Aquin.: 205 2, 76 | price for a loan, ~which pertains to usury. In like manner 206 2, 76 | committing a sin: for this pertains to active scandal, which ~ 207 2, 77 | above (Q[58], A[2]): and it pertains to the same cause ~to establish 208 2, 77 | the ~aspect of due, which pertains to justice. Now more is 209 2, 78 | debtor, and in ~this way it pertains to this kind of due that 210 2, 79 | Further, seemingly "latria" pertains to religion. Now "latria ~ 211 2, 80 | evident ~that to do what pertains to the worship or service 212 2, 81 | a holy thing," and this pertains to ~the diffusion of God' 213 2, 81 | God, Thy ear"; and to this pertains "supplication" ~[obsecratio] 214 2, 82 | His majesty: to ~which it pertains that we should be made happy 215 2, 83 | a spiritual ~fellowship pertains to reverence for God: and 216 2, 86 | greater good is one that pertains to supererogation. But vows 217 2, 86 | to do it. Therefore a vow pertains ~to any virtue and not to 218 2, 87 | to be greater: and this pertains to the ~reverence and honor 219 2, 92 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, latria pertains to the virtue of religion 220 2, 92 | worship to another, which ~pertains to idolatry. Therefore blasphemy 221 2, 92 | as stated above; and this pertains to guilt. ~Again, idolatry 222 2, 93 | divine worship. Now a thing pertains to the worship of God in 223 2, 93 | This kind of divination pertains to the worship of the ~demons, 224 2, 95 | of or to doubt that which pertains to God's perfection. Wherefore 225 2, 95 | were to test that which pertains to the divine ~perfection, 226 2, 95 | this of its very nature pertains to the temptation of God. 227 2, 95 | commanded him to do." Now this ~pertains to imprudence which is opposed 228 2, 95 | God. Wherefore whatever pertains directly to ~irreverence 229 2, 95 | that to ~tempt a person pertains to irreverence for him: 230 2, 97 | God. Therefore whatever pertains to irreverence ~for sacred 231 2, 98 | denotes either praise that pertains to ~human favor, which has 232 2, 99 | of God." ~Now the latter pertains to religion, while it is 233 2, 100 | learning and of whatever ~pertains to the perfection of human 234 2, 102 | the divine will, which pertains directly to obedience, they 235 2, 102 | comes under religion, and pertains to devotion, ~which is the 236 2, 105 | sovereign benefactor. But this pertains to ~ingratitude. Therefore 237 2, 107 | heart: so that simplicity pertains to this virtue. And it rectifies ~ 238 2, 107 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, truth pertains to the intellect: whereas 239 2, 108 | according ~to that which pertains to a thing by reason of 240 2, 109 | have not ~hid it." Now it pertains to dissimulation to hide 241 2, 109 | is most grievous, for it pertains to the sin against the ~ 242 2, 111 | himself to possess: this pertains to irony, and is always 243 2, 114 | Reply OBJ 1: Contention pertains rather to the contradiction 244 2, 115 | its act;~(4) Whether it pertains thereto to give rather than 245 2, 115 | than for others: and yet it pertains to ~the liberal man to do 246 2, 115 | kind-heartedness." Therefore liberality pertains to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 247 2, 115 | according ~to that which pertains to them consequently, it 248 2, 116 | against oneself, for this pertains properly to ~gluttony and 249 2, 116 | please the world," which pertains to the sin of covetousness. 250 2, 116 | to love money." ~But this pertains to covetousness. Therefore 251 2, 116 | to Prov. 6:30. But theft pertains to covetousness. Therefore 252 2, 116 | sometimes ~employs force, which pertains to "violence," sometimes 253 2, 117 | acquire unduly, and ~this pertains to covetousness; or it may 254 2, 119 | rather than mildness, which pertains ~to meekness. Therefore 255 2, 120 | precept of the decalogue pertains to religion, ~as stated 256 2, 120 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, It pertains to law to make men good, 257 2, 120 | whom it is due, and this pertains to superstition. Secondly, 258 2, 120 | is contemned, and this ~pertains to the vice of irreligion, 259 2, 120 | which forbids perjury that pertains to irreligion.~Aquin.: SMT 260 2, 120 | that which is not. ~This pertains to false swearing, which 261 2, 120 | work of worship, which pertains to the service of God, may 262 2, 120 | necessity, because the figure pertains to the protestation of ~ 263 2, 121 | and then adds ~that which pertains properly to fortitude as 264 2, 121 | under the ~heading, "That it pertains to fortitude to excel in 265 2, 121 | forethought does that which ~pertains to virtue, when necessity 266 2, 122 | counsel and not of precept ~pertains to perfection, because, 267 2, 122 | martyrdom to ~virginity which pertains to perfection. Therefore 268 2, 122 | for justice' sake," which pertains to martyrdom, according 269 2, 125 | of mind. But presumption pertains ~to pride which is opposed 270 2, 125 | danger. But this seemingly pertains to injustice. Therefore 271 2, 126 | reply is that confidence pertains to the certitude of ~hope; 272 2, 127 | consequence that confidence pertains ~to fortitude.~Aquin.: SMT 273 2, 127 | magnanimous man despises whatever pertains to goods of fortune: for 274 2, 129 | dominate others." ~But this pertains to ambition. Therefore ambition 275 2, 129 | for positions of dignity pertains to ambition. For if a ~man 276 2, 130 | things that are ~not, which pertains to falsehood; or in earthly 277 2, 130 | perishable things, ~which pertains to covetousness; or in the 278 2, 130 | judgment is uncertain, which pertains to imprudence. Now these 279 2, 134 | and yet it is this ~that pertains to true patience.~Aquin.: 280 2, 135 | Para. 1/1~Whether constancy pertains to perseverance?~Aquin.: 281 2, 135 | perseverance. For ~constancy pertains to patience, as stated above ( 282 2, 135 | magnificence. Therefore constancy pertains to ~magnificence rather 283 2, 135 | account: wherefore constancy pertains to perseverance ~rather 284 2, 135 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Constancy pertains to perseverance in so far 285 2, 137 | ad 3). Hence whatever pertains ~to fortitude may also be 286 2, 139 | external acts and whatever pertains to the ~exterior. Therefore 287 2, 139 | soul's emotions, which ~pertains to the virtue of temperance.~ 288 2, 139 | effeminacy," to which delicacy pertains. ~Now delicacy seems to 289 2, 140 | shun pleasures, and this pertains to insensibility. For the ~ 290 2, 140 | order of nature. And this pertains to the vice of ~insensibility.~ 291 2, 140 | children, but that which pertains to the lack of reason in 292 2, 140 | dangers of death, which ~pertains to cowardice. Therefore 293 2, 141 | Tully includes whatever pertains to the ~moderation of bodily 294 2, 142 | Wherefore shamefacedness ~pertains more to temperance than 295 2, 143 | should seemingly be taken, pertains to ~intemperance rather 296 2, 143 | i, 9). Therefore honesty pertains, not to temperance, ~but 297 2, 145 | fasting is of two kinds. one pertains to those who ~are humbled 298 2, 145 | bridegroom mourn?']." The other pertains to the ~mind that rejoices 299 2, 146 | it necessary to him, this pertains, not to ~gluttony, but to 300 2, 146 | the lesser sins." But this pertains to gluttony. Therefore ~ 301 2, 151 | refraining from pleasures ~pertains to continence which is a 302 2, 152 | unmarried woman, which ~pertains to fornication. Therefore 303 2, 152 | Etym. v, 26). But this pertains to the sin of lust. Therefore 304 2, 152 | matters. But ~venereal desire pertains to lust. Therefore sacrilege 305 2, 152 | venereal ~pleasure: this pertains to the sin of "uncleanness" 306 2, 153 | contain himself. Now ~whatever pertains to perversion of reason 307 2, 154 | 1) Whether incontinence pertains to the soul or to the body?~( 308 2, 154 | 1/1~Whether incontinence pertains to the soul or to the body?~ 309 2, 154 | would seem that incontinence pertains not to the soul but to ~ 310 2, 154 | Therefore incontinence pertains not to the ~soul but to 311 2, 154 | OBJ 2: Further, that which pertains to the soul does not result 312 2, 154 | Therefore incontinence pertains to the ~flesh rather than 313 2, 154 | manifest that incontinence pertains ~chiefly to the soul.~Aquin.: 314 2, 154 | incontinence is no sin, but pertains to the perfection of virtue.~ 315 2, 155 | mitigate ~punishment - and this pertains to clemency - while hatred 316 2, 155 | ascribes this to equity, which ~pertains to justice, as stated above ( 317 2, 155 | and in this respect it pertains to equity. The other point 318 2, 155 | above; secondly, ~because it pertains to meekness that a man does 319 2, 156 | time." But this apparently ~pertains to the circumstance of time. 320 2, 156 | punishment." Now this also pertains to the unquenchableness 321 2, 159 | presumptuous hope which pertains to ~humility is not the 322 2, 159 | which is man's. Whatever pertains to defect is man's: but ~ 323 2, 159 | is man's: but ~whatever pertains to man's welfare and perfection 324 2, 159 | moderation." Now this evidently pertains to ~modesty or temperance. 325 2, 159 | The good of human virtue pertains to the order of reason: ~ 326 2, 159 | one's own will, and this pertains to the eleventh ~degree; 327 2, 159 | great things, ~and this pertains to the seventh degree: thirdly, 328 2, 159 | a hurry to speak, ~which pertains to the fourth degree, and 329 2, 159 | external abasement, and this pertains to the seventh degree; so 330 2, 160 | through ~contempt which pertains to pride, yet one does not 331 2, 160 | the ~knowledge of truth pertains, not to the irascible but 332 2, 160 | observation. Now observation ~pertains not to the irascible but 333 2, 160 | virtue from faith. ~Now it pertains to unbelief, if a man deem 334 2, 160 | question in point: for it pertains to unbelief ~to assert universally 335 2, 161 | desire of knowledge, which pertains to curiosity. ~Therefore 336 2, 161 | the godhead . . ." Now it ~pertains to unbelief to believe such 337 2, 161 | above his measure: and this pertains to ~pride. Therefore it 338 2, 161 | quoted there], ~and this pertains to the sin of presumption. 339 2, 162 | in ~those to whom the sin pertains equally. The other defect 340 2, 162 | OBJ 2: Further, that which pertains to a person's dignity does 341 2, 162 | multiplying of ~conceptions" pertains to a woman's dignity. Therefore 342 2, 162 | regard to the ~body, to which pertains the distinction of sex, 343 2, 162 | shalt return." To this also pertains that God ~made them garments 344 2, 164 | studiousness, as stated (A[1]), pertains to knowledge. ~But knowledge 345 2, 164 | appetitive part of the soul, and pertains rather to the intellectual ~ 346 2, 164 | moderation of this desire pertains to the virtue of studiousness; ~ 347 2, 164 | the knowledge of ~prudence pertains to all the virtues, the 348 2, 164 | knowledge itself; and this good pertains to the intellectual virtues, ~ 349 2, 164 | each thing. The other ~good pertains to the act of the appetitive 350 2, 166 | body. For every virtue pertains to the spiritual beauty 351 2, 166 | honesty [*Cf. Q[145], A[1]] pertains to ~virtue. Now the style 352 2, 166 | style of outward movements pertains to the beauty of ~honesty. 353 2, 166 | Reply OBJ 2: Excessive play pertains to senseless mirth, which 354 2, 166 | of conversation. Now this pertains to the lack of mirth. ~Therefore 355 2, 167 | contrary, Honesty [*Cf. Q[145]] pertains to virtue. Now a certain ~ 356 2, 168 | prohibiting adultery, which pertains to venereal ~pleasure.~Aquin.: 357 2, 169 | about much serving," which pertains to the active life, ~differed 358 2, 169 | word" (Lk. 10:39,40), which pertains to the ~contemplative life. 359 2, 169 | pastors and doctors": and this pertains to diversity of ministries, 360 2, 169 | urged to good ~or evil; this pertains to the "discernment of spirits." 361 2, 169 | of human acts, and this pertains to "knowledge," ~as we shall 362 2, 169 | inquiry:~(1) Whether prophecy pertains to knowledge?~(2) Whether 363 2, 169 | Para. 1/1~Whether prophecy pertains to knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT 364 2, 169 | called a seer." Now sight pertains to ~knowledge. Therefore 365 2, 169 | knowledge. Therefore prophecy pertains to knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 366 2, 169 | A[2]); whereas prophecy pertains principally to knowledge, 367 2, 169 | cause. Since then prophecy pertains to a knowledge that surpasses 368 2, 169 | a science knows whatever pertains to that science; ~thus a 369 2, 170 | A[4], ad 2]. Now this pertains to prophecy. Therefore the 370 2, 170 | respective acts: for prophecy pertains to the ~intellect, whose 371 2, 171 | prophetic ~knowledge pertains most of all to the intellect." 372 2, 171 | Lk. 24:45); and to this pertains the "interpretation of ~ 373 2, 172 | will repent" - and this pertains to the ~prophecy of denunciation, 374 2, 172 | under a similitude, and this pertains to the "parable" to which ~ 375 2, 172 | Now the prophetic light pertains chiefly to the ~mind, as 376 2, 172 | revealed to him by God, this pertains to the ~nature of prophecy. 377 2, 173 | divine?~(2) Whether rapture pertains to the cognitive or to the 378 2, 173 | Para. 1/1~Whether rapture pertains to the cognitive rather 379 2, 173 | would seem that rapture pertains to the appetitive rather 380 2, 173 | causes ecstasy." Now love pertains to the appetitive power. ~ 381 2, 173 | dread of earthly ~things pertains to the appetite. Therefore 382 2, 173 | opposition to this dread, also pertains ~to the appetite.~Aquin.: 383 2, 173 | revelation." Now ~revelation pertains to the intellective power. 384 2, 173 | the third ~heaven" - which pertains to the contemplation of 385 2, 173 | into "paradise," which pertains to the appetite.~Aquin.: 386 2, 173 | Consequently this rapture pertains somewhat to prophecy.~Aquin.: 387 2, 173 | considered: first, what pertains to man according to nature; ~ 388 2, 174 | which the gift of tongues pertains.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 389 2, 174 | understanding them, which ~pertains to the gift of prophecy, 390 2, 175 | OBJ 2: Further, all grace pertains to the kingdom of God. But 391 2, 175 | not fail in anything that pertains to the ~profit of the Church, 392 2, 175 | different people, which pertains to the gift of tongues, 393 2, 175 | speaks with effect, and this pertains to the grace "of the word."~ 394 2, 175 | woman to ~teach." Now this pertains especially to the grace 395 2, 175 | Now the grace of the word pertains ~to the instruction of men 396 2, 177 | life of "leisure" which pertains to the ~contemplative, the " 397 2, 177 | contemplative, the "busy" life which pertains to the active, and a third ~" 398 2, 177 | knowledge itself of truth, which pertains to the ~contemplative intellect, 399 2, 177 | some external action, which pertains to the ~practical or active 400 2, 178 | Whether the contemplative life pertains to the intellect only, or ~ 401 2, 178 | consideration of any truth whatever pertains to the ~contemplative life?~( 402 2, 178 | with the affections, and ~pertains wholly to the intellect?~ 403 2, 178 | with ~the affections and pertains wholly to the intellect. 404 2, 178 | contemplation is truth." Now truth pertains wholly to the intellect. ~ 405 2, 178 | essence of the ~action, pertains to the intellect, but as 406 2, 178 | and ~in this respect it pertains to the appetitive power.~ 407 2, 178 | 4), "knowledge," which pertains to the consideration of 408 2, 178 | Therefore it would seem that it pertains to ~the contemplative life 409 2, 178 | iv). For contemplation pertains exclusively to rest, according ~ 410 2, 178 | of the contemplative life pertains to the ~intellect, whereby 411 2, 179 | life?~(2) Whether prudence pertains to the active life?~(3) 412 2, 179 | life?~(3) Whether teaching pertains to the active life?~(4) 413 2, 179 | Para. 1/1~Whether prudence pertains to the active life?~Aquin.: 414 2, 179 | would seem that prudence pertains ~neither to the active nor 415 2, 179 | Ethic. x, 8) that prudence ~pertains to active happiness, to 416 2, 179 | hidden beauty." But this pertains to ~teaching. Therefore 417 2, 179 | interior concept. For it pertains to ~the man having wisdom 418 2, 180 | Wherefore that which pertains more directly to the love 419 2, 180 | meritorious than that which pertains directly to the ~love of 420 2, 180 | Now the contemplative life pertains ~directly and immediately 421 2, 180 | man, renouncing whatsoever pertains to this life, delights to 422 2, 180 | For the contemplative life pertains directly to the love ~of 423 2, 180 | God; while the active life pertains to the love of our neighbor. 424 2, 181 | But that alone ~seemingly pertains to a man's state, which 425 2, 181 | the sound." But ~effecting pertains to action. Therefore duties 426 2, 181 | the beginning - to ~which pertains the state of beginners - 427 2, 181 | beginners - the middle, to which pertains the ~state of the proficient - 428 2, 182 | perfected"; the former of which pertains to action, and the latter 429 2, 183 | manifestly unlawful, and pertains to ~covetousness or ambition. 430 2, 183 | Hier. vi), ~perfection pertains actively to the bishop, 431 2, 183 | knowledge of truth, since this pertains to a praiseworthy ease." 432 2, 183 | Body Para. 2/3~Now this pertains to the respect of persons, 433 2, 183 | his own salvation, which pertains to the religious state. 434 2, 183 | ad 2) the religious state pertains ~to perfection, as a way 435 2, 183 | while the episcopal ~state pertains to perfection, as a professorship 436 2, 184 | bound to ~fulfil whatever pertains to perfection: and such 437 2, 184 | 4~I answer that, A thing pertains to perfection in three ways. 438 2, 184 | superior's command whatever pertains to the practice of ~perfection. 439 2, 186 | written (Ps. 44:10) that it pertains to the ~adornment of the 440 2, 186 | done ~to others: and this pertains to imperfection, or even 441 2, 186 | Christian virtue, seemingly, pertains especially to ~religious. 442 2, 186 | military service, and yet this pertains to ~the active life. Therefore 443 2, 186 | privation of clothing, which pertains to ~cold and nakedness, 444 2, 186 | takes of one's own wealth, pertains to love of self, whereby 445 2, 186 | to ~things held in common pertains to the love of charity which " 446 2, 186 | knowledge of truth, for this pertains to a ~praiseworthy leisure." 447 2, 187 | that entrance into religion pertains very much to God, ~since 448 3, 1 | Further, to revere God pertains especially to man's salvation; ~ 449 3, 1 | the ~Lord our God?" which pertains to reverence. Therefore 450 3, 1 | the capability we speak of pertains to this. But God ~does not 451 3, 2 | Reply OBJ 2: Personality pertains of necessity to the dignity 452 3, 2 | perfection so far as it pertains to the dignity and ~perfection 453 3, 2 | it follows that whatever ~pertains to man is verified of some 454 3, 2 | associated with ~that to which it pertains, whether habit be taken 455 3, 2 | assumed as an instrument pertains to ~the hypostasis of the 456 3, 2 | having in itself whatever ~pertains to the nature of unity; 457 3, 3 | Him." But this assumption pertains to all the ~Persons; therefore 458 3, 3 | mystery of the ~Incarnation pertains to "discrete theology," 459 3, 3 | three Persons; but what pertains to the nature of term belongs 460 3, 4 | whole nature. Secondly, it ~pertains to man's greater dignity 461 3, 5 | lessen the higher." But it pertains to the dignity of God to 462 3, 5 | human ~nature to which it pertains to have a true body. Therefore 463 3, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It pertains to the greatest glory of 464 3, 6 | or person. But the body pertains immediately to the ~human 465 3, 6 | Hier. v); and to this order pertains ~the assumption of human 466 3, 7 | everyone may hope for what pertains to his perfection, ~if it 467 3, 7 | the same; since to give pertains to one who has, and to receive 468 3, 7 | who has, and to receive pertains ~to one who has not. But 469 3, 7 | understanding, and counsel which ~pertains to prudence; hence the Philosopher ( 470 3, 7 | separated from ~God, which pertains to "chaste" fear - or to 471 3, 7 | punished by Him, which ~pertains to "servile" fear, as Augustine 472 3, 7 | consequently; since it pertains to the ~nature of virtue 473 3, 7 | bestower of ~grace. but it pertains to Him in His human nature 474 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It pertains essentially to operating 475 3, 7 | something special, which pertains to the ~pre-eminence of 476 3, 7 | nature ~of grace, and what pertains to the nature of grace is 477 3, 7 | purpose" of God to Whom ~it pertains to measure grace, it is 478 3, 7 | of ~these two the first pertains to habitual grace and the 479 3, 7 | Spirit upon Him"; and ~this pertains to the gift of habitual 480 3, 8 | justification of others, which pertains to capital grace. Hence 481 3, 9 | But created knowledge ~pertains to the sense of man. Therefore 482 3, 9 | understood by it; and this pertains to created knowledge. ~Thirdly, 483 3, 9 | because some created knowledge pertains to the nature of the ~human 484 3, 10 | know in the Word whatever pertains to itself. Now to Christ 485 3, 10 | Anima iii, 26, to which pertains the notion of the species. 486 3, 11 | intellect, e.g. ~whatever pertains to human sciences; secondly, 487 3, 11 | The knowledge of singulars pertains to the perfection of ~the 488 3, 11 | excellent ~than the light which pertains to the angelic nature. But 489 3, 11 | of the recipient. And it pertains to this mode that this ~ 490 3, 12 | questions and to reply pertains to a learner. Therefore 491 3, 13 | cannot do all things, ~which pertains to the nature of omnipotence; 492 3, 14 | power. Now ~neither of these pertains to Christ, since His flesh 493 3, 15 | then the operation, which ~pertains to justice, is not attributed 494 3, 16 | be a blasphemy. Now what pertains ~to the human nature contains 495 3, 16 | Hence it seems that what pertains to the human nature can ~ 496 3, 16 | Further, to be assumed pertains to the human nature; yet 497 3, 16 | Reply OBJ 3: To be assumed pertains to human nature, not in 498 3, 16 | OBJ 2: Further, the flesh pertains to human nature. But as 499 3, 16 | yet in such sort that it pertains to God ~to be man, not from 500 3, 17 | We must now consider what pertains to Christ's unity in common.


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