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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 5 | number and ~measure, as appears from the quotation from 2 1, 6 | of the divine being; as appears from what is said above ( 3 1, 6 | other good but God. This appears also ~from what is said ( 4 1, 6 | as other good ~things, as appears above (Q[3], A[5]; Q[4], 5 1, 6 | being is one essentially, as appears from ~the Philosopher (Metaph. 6 1, 6 | powerful, wise and the like, as appears from what is stated ~above ( 7 1, 6 | 4~Although this opinion appears to be unreasonable in affirming 8 1, 6 | which we call God, as ~appears from what is shown above ( 9 1, 6 | removed and defective; as appears ~from the above (Q[4], A[ 10 1, 7 | formal ~of all things, as appears from what is shown above ( 11 1, 7 | Body Para. 3/3~From this appears the Reply to the First Objection.~ 12 1, 7 | opposed to ~diminution, it appears that magnitude can be increased 13 1, 7 | to be infinite. The same appears from movement; because every 14 1, 8 | all outside of it. This appears also in accidental forms 15 1, 8 | neither of these is God, as appears from what is said ~above ( 16 1, 8 | constituted in number, as appears from the Book of Wisdom ( 17 1, 9 | reduced ~to nothing, as appears from Augustine (Gen. ad 18 1, 10 | time follows movement, as appears from the preceding article. 19 1, 10 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: From this appears the answer to the Second 20 1, 10 | follows on immutability; as appears from the first ~article. 21 1, 10 | said in Phys. iv, it thus appears that the measure of ~the 22 1, 10 | contradiction; which manifestly appears if innovation ~and veteration 23 1, 10 | actually or ~potentially. This appears in the heavenly bodies, 24 1, 10 | exist after others; as ~appears in the case especially of 25 1, 10 | measure of duration; for there appears to be one time for all ~ 26 1, 11 | a certain way "one," as appears from the preceding article. 27 1, 11 | privation is to ~habit. But this appears to be incongruous; because 28 1, 12 | not in the first way: as appears from what was ~said above ( 29 1, 12 | and conditionally. This ~appears from what he says previously: " 30 1, 12 | But this is false, as appears from what is said above ( 31 1, 12 | kind of "deiformity," as appears from what is said ~above, 32 1, 12 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2 ~Thus appears the answer to the Second 33 1, 12 | intrinsically capable. Which thus ~appears - Everything is knowable 34 1, 12 | is to see His essence, as appears from the words: "We see ~ 35 1, 12 | from sensible objects, as appears in ~prophetic visions; while 36 1, 13 | God than given ~to Him; as appears from Dionysius says (Coel. 37 1, 13 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Thus appears the solution of the First 38 1, 13 | appellative noun; which appears from the ~fact that it has 39 1, 13 | things in idea. And this appears to be the case both in ~ 40 1, 14 | 4] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Thus appears the Reply to the Third Objection. 41 1, 14 | than ~Himself. And this appears still more plainly if we 42 1, 16 | is true which is as it ~appears to the knower, who is willing 43 1, 16 | convertible. But the true appears to be ~prior to being; for 44 1, 16 | absolutely, is prior to good, as appears from two ~reasons. First, 45 1, 17 | Obj. 1 Para. 1/1~OBJ 1: It appears that falsity does not exist 46 1, 17 | says (Soliloq. ii, 6), "It appears that the ~senses entrap 47 1, 18 | as long as such movement appears in it, so ~long as it is 48 1, 18 | than themselves. But this appears to be ~false; since in themselves 49 1, 18 | as known by Him, and this appears inadmissible.~Aquin.: SMT 50 1, 19 | the will, as ~most clearly appears in things willed only for 51 1, 19 | accompanies a good, as appears in each of the appetites. 52 1, 19 | others ~by metaphor, as appears from what has been said 53 1, 20 | loves what is like it, as appears from ~(Ecclus. 13:19): " 54 1, 21 | its primary source, there appears mercy. In all that follows, ~ 55 1, 21 | because in some justice appears more forcibly and in others ~ 56 1, 21 | But an aspect of justice appears in the ~conversion of the 57 1, 22 | servants, although to ~them it appears a chance circumstance, has 58 1, 23 | this especially, however, appears the mercy of God, that He 59 1, 27 | of sensation, which also appears to be an operation ~within 60 1, 30 | several substances; which ~appears to be heretical.~Aquin.: 61 1, 30 | it is incommunicable; as appears from ~the definition given 62 1, 31 | is one form ~in God, as appears from the text, "Who, when 63 1, 31 | properly apply to ~God, as appears from the authority quoted. 64 1, 33 | therefore created; which appears ~false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 65 1, 33 | creatures. But generation appears to apply to creatures ~before 66 1, 33 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~From this appears the Reply to the Third Objection.~ 67 1, 34 | a ~subsisting thing, as appears in ourselves. Therefore 68 1, 34 | heresy of Valentine; as appears ~from Augustine (De Haeres. 69 1, 34 | proposed by its author, as appears from Augustine (De Haeres. ~ 70 1, 34 | relations to ~non-beings; which appears to be false.~Aquin.: SMT 71 1, 36 | of ~this or that man, as appears in the words, "The Lord 72 1, 36 | proceeds from the Father, as appears from Jn. 15:26: "The Spirit 73 1, 36 | distinguished ~from Him; as appears from what has been said 74 1, 36 | opposite relations; which ~appears from the fact that the Father 75 1, 36 | proceed from the Son, as appears in a Nestorian ~creed condemned 76 1, 37 | the object ~understood, as appears in the word "to understand"; 77 1, 39 | authority of Holy Writ, as appears from Dionysius (Div. ~Nom. 78 1, 39 | may be its own form, as appears ~in all immaterial things. 79 1, 39 | Such a rendering however appears ~to be forced, so that it 80 1, 39 | personality. This, however, appears to be irrational; ~since, 81 1, 39 | someone. This also, "Who is," appears to be ~proper to the Son; 82 1, 40 | is the same as person, as appears from what was said above ~( 83 1, 40 | nature is a person, as ~appears from the definition of Boethius ( 84 1, 41 | age, and like ills. This appears from what precedes and from 85 1, 41 | signifies a ~principle, as appears from its definition: for 86 1, 42 | thing must be imperfect, as appears in successive things, which 87 1, 43 | Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears from what Augustine says ( 88 1, 44 | things in ~existence, it appears that not all beings are 89 1, 44 | the efficient ~cause, as appears from the Philosopher (Metaph. 90 1, 44 | participation of some species. This appears from the fact that in all ~ 91 1, 44 | Further, this likewise appears from Dionysius, who says ( 92 1, 45 | something. But creation appears to be the ~most noble action, 93 1, 45 | occurs in some subject, as appears ~by the definition of movement: 94 1, 45 | were created by God, ~as appears from what has been said ( 95 1, 45 | answer that, It sufficiently appears at the first glance, according 96 1, 45 | named." From which evidently appears that no created being can 97 1, 45 | pre-exists. Thus therefore it appears that it is an act of ~much 98 1, 45 | an infinite power: which appears from what has ~been said ( 99 1, 45 | the trace of ~the Trinity appears in creatures."~Aquin.: SMT 100 1, 45 | and type of creation; as appears from the above (A[6]).~Aquin.: 101 1, 46 | reason of His power as appears from the above (Q[44], AA[ 102 1, 46 | impossible manner. This appears in three ways. Firstly, 103 1, 46 | opposed to impossible, as appears from the ~Philosopher (Metaph. 104 1, 46 | be ~generated. Hence it appears that no conclusion follows 105 1, 46 | into being by creation, as appears above (Q[44], A[1], ad 2).~ 106 1, 46 | there is ~not a body, as appears from Aristotle (Phys. iv, 107 1, 46 | not ~eternal movement, as appears from the opinions of Anaxagoras 108 1, 46 | now" of time. Thus it ~appears that the idea of the instant " 109 1, 46 | determined by the ~agent, as appears from what was said above ( 110 1, 46 | from some ~principle, as appears in all kinds of craftsmen. 111 1, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, it appears manifestly that certain 112 1, 46 | thing made in duration as appears in the ~case of illumination. 113 1, 46 | reject the ~word creation, as appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, 114 1, 46 | actual infinity of souls, as appears from the Metaphysics of 115 1, 46 | kind of "being made," it appears that things were not ~created 116 1, 47 | God is ~supremely one, as appears from what precedes (Q[11], 117 1, 47 | of the species. Whence it appears that ~formal distinction 118 1, 47 | perfection of the whole. This appears also in works done by art; 119 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This appears from the above. For the 120 1, 48 | but ~"animal." Yet, it appears, as Augustine says (Enchiridion 121 1, 48 | remitted infinitely, as appears in the active and ~passive 122 1, 49 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As appears from what was said (A[1]), 123 1, 49 | God as the cause. And this appears as regards both natural 124 1, 49 | Para. 1/6~I answer that, It appears from what precedes that 125 1, 49 | is privation of good, as appears ~from what was said above ( 126 1, 50 | are God's creatures, ~as appears from Ps. 148:2: "Praise 127 1, 50 | compared to one extreme appears to be the other ~extreme, 128 1, 50 | immaterial ~operation, as appears from its object, whence 129 1, 50 | Para. 2/3~But since this appears to militate against the 130 1, 51 | be shaped and ~colored as appears in the clouds. Even so the 131 1, 52 | that it be not empty, as appears ~from the Philosopher (Phys. 132 1, 56 | is passive to itself; as appears in corporeal ~things. Therefore 133 1, 56 | be reached. Therefore it appears that an ~angel cannot know 134 1, 56 | face to face." From this it appears that ~there is a twofold 135 1, 57 | and future. Therefore it appears that the ~angels know indifferently 136 1, 57 | learned these afterwards, as ~appears from the passage of Dionysius 137 1, 58 | for the same reason it ~appears that there ought to be a 138 1, 59 | of reason. Therefore it appears that there is no ~free-will 139 1, 60 | angels. For ~love of choice appears to be rational love; since 140 1, 62 | turning to God. Hence it appears that the angels who ~had 141 1, 63 | exhortation. A token thereof appears in this, that all the demons 142 1, 66 | when this is considered, it appears that Augustine ~agrees with 143 1, 67 | straight line. ~Hence it appears that the diffusion of light 144 1, 68 | the waters the solution appears from what has been ~said. 145 1, 68 | degree of ~luminosity, as appears from what has been said.~ 146 1, 70 | although to the senses there appears but one ~firmament; if we 147 1, 70 | intellectual substances. Augustine appears to be of the same opinion 148 1, 71 | birds and fishes ~which appears from the fact that they 149 1, 74 | and adornment, and this appears from the consideration that ~ 150 1, 75 | in potentiality; which appears from the fact that sometimes 151 1, 75 | potentiality of first matter, as appears from the diversity of the 152 1, 76 | the action of a body, as appears from above (Q[75], A[2]). 153 1, 76 | is the soul. And as life appears through ~various operations 154 1, 76 | species is ~abstracted; as appears in one man, in whom there 155 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As appears from what has been already 156 1, 37 | the object ~understood, as appears in the word "to understand"; 157 1, 39 | authority of Holy Writ, as appears from Dionysius (Div. ~Nom. 158 1, 39 | may be its own form, as appears ~in all immaterial things. 159 1, 39 | Such a rendering however appears ~to be forced, so that it 160 1, 39 | personality. This, however, appears to be irrational; ~since, 161 1, 39 | someone. This also, "Who is," appears to be ~proper to the Son; 162 1, 40 | is the same as person, as appears from what was said above ~( 163 1, 40 | nature is a person, as ~appears from the definition of Boethius ( 164 1, 41 | age, and like ills. This appears from what precedes and from 165 1, 41 | signifies a ~principle, as appears from its definition: for 166 1, 42 | thing must be imperfect, as appears in successive things, which 167 1, 43 | Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears from what Augustine says ( 168 1, 45 | things in ~existence, it appears that not all beings are 169 1, 45 | the efficient ~cause, as appears from the Philosopher (Metaph. 170 1, 45 | participation of some species. This appears from the fact that in all ~ 171 1, 45 | Further, this likewise appears from Dionysius, who says ( 172 1, 46 | something. But creation appears to be the ~most noble action, 173 1, 46 | occurs in some subject, as appears ~by the definition of movement: 174 1, 46 | were created by God, ~as appears from what has been said ( 175 1, 46 | answer that, It sufficiently appears at the first glance, according 176 1, 46 | named." From which evidently appears that no created being can 177 1, 46 | pre-exists. Thus therefore it appears that it is an act of ~much 178 1, 46 | an infinite power: which appears from what has ~been said ( 179 1, 46 | the trace of ~the Trinity appears in creatures."~Aquin.: SMT 180 1, 46 | and type of creation; as appears from the above (A[6]).~Aquin.: 181 1, 47 | reason of His power as appears from the above (Q[44], AA[ 182 1, 47 | impossible manner. This appears in three ways. Firstly, 183 1, 47 | opposed to impossible, as appears from the ~Philosopher (Metaph. 184 1, 47 | be ~generated. Hence it appears that no conclusion follows 185 1, 47 | into being by creation, as appears above (Q[44], A[1], ad 2).~ 186 1, 47 | there is ~not a body, as appears from Aristotle (Phys. iv, 187 1, 47 | not ~eternal movement, as appears from the opinions of Anaxagoras 188 1, 47 | now" of time. Thus it ~appears that the idea of the instant " 189 1, 47 | determined by the ~agent, as appears from what was said above ( 190 1, 47 | from some ~principle, as appears in all kinds of craftsmen. 191 1, 47 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, it appears manifestly that certain 192 1, 47 | thing made in duration as appears in the ~case of illumination. 193 1, 47 | reject the ~word creation, as appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, 194 1, 47 | actual infinity of souls, as appears from the Metaphysics of 195 1, 47 | kind of "being made," it appears that things were not ~created 196 1, 48 | God is ~supremely one, as appears from what precedes (Q[11], 197 1, 48 | of the species. Whence it appears that ~formal distinction 198 1, 48 | perfection of the whole. This appears also in works done by art; 199 1, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This appears from the above. For the 200 1, 49 | but ~"animal." Yet, it appears, as Augustine says (Enchiridion 201 1, 49 | remitted infinitely, as appears in the active and ~passive 202 1, 50 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As appears from what was said (A[1]), 203 1, 50 | God as the cause. And this appears as regards both natural 204 1, 50 | Para. 1/6~I answer that, It appears from what precedes that 205 1, 50 | is privation of good, as appears ~from what was said above ( 206 1, 51 | are God's creatures, ~as appears from Ps. 148:2: "Praise 207 1, 51 | compared to one extreme appears to be the other ~extreme, 208 1, 51 | immaterial ~operation, as appears from its object, whence 209 1, 51 | Para. 2/3~But since this appears to militate against the 210 1, 52 | be shaped and ~colored as appears in the clouds. Even so the 211 1, 53 | that it be not empty, as appears ~from the Philosopher (Phys. 212 1, 57 | is passive to itself; as appears in corporeal ~things. Therefore 213 1, 57 | be reached. Therefore it appears that an ~angel cannot know 214 1, 57 | face to face." From this it appears that ~there is a twofold 215 1, 58 | and future. Therefore it appears that the ~angels know indifferently 216 1, 58 | learned these afterwards, as ~appears from the passage of Dionysius 217 1, 59 | for the same reason it ~appears that there ought to be a 218 1, 60 | of reason. Therefore it appears that there is no ~free-will 219 1, 61 | angels. For ~love of choice appears to be rational love; since 220 1, 63 | turning to God. Hence it appears that the angels who ~had 221 1, 64 | exhortation. A token thereof appears in this, that all the demons 222 1, 67 | when this is considered, it appears that Augustine ~agrees with 223 1, 68 | straight line. ~Hence it appears that the diffusion of light 224 1, 69 | the waters the solution appears from what has been ~said. 225 1, 69 | degree of ~luminosity, as appears from what has been said.~ 226 1, 71 | although to the senses there appears but one ~firmament; if we 227 1, 71 | intellectual substances. Augustine appears to be of the same opinion 228 1, 71 | birds and fishes ~which appears from the fact that they 229 1, 73 | and adornment, and this appears from the consideration that ~ 230 1, 74 | in potentiality; which appears from the fact that sometimes 231 1, 74 | potentiality of first matter, as appears from the diversity of the 232 1, 75 | the action of a body, as appears from above (Q[75], A[2]). 233 1, 75 | is the soul. And as life appears through ~various operations 234 1, 75 | species is ~abstracted; as appears in one man, in whom there 235 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As appears from what has been already 236 1, 81 | to perfect. And this also appears in the powers of ~the soul: 237 1, 84 | involve falsehood, as clearly ~appears in the case of the senses. 238 1, 84 | the likeness. This also appears ~from the opinion of the 239 1, 84 | same order of knowledge appears in the senses. For by sense 240 1, 84 | the order of nature; as appears clearly in ~the generation 241 1, 84 | composition and ~division, as appears in affirmative and negative 242 1, 84 | allotted to it; which clearly appears in things of different ~ 243 1, 85 | said (Q[76], A[1]), it appears to be an infinite power. 244 1, 87 | A[7]). Thus it clearly appears ~that immaterial substances 245 1, 87 | object of ~our intellect, as appears above in many passages ( 246 1, 92 | furthermore turn ~to God, as appears from the authority quoted 247 1, 94 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: appears from what has been said 248 1, 94 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: appears from what has been said 249 1, 95 | have been the executor, ~as appears even now in regard to domestic 250 1, 97 | observe that nature's ~purpose appears to be different as regards 251 1, 98 | members at birth; and ~thus it appears to be a punishment of sin 252 1, 99 | been influenced by it, as appears from his words above quoted. 253 1, 105 | more to the inferior; which appears open to objection. Therefore 254 1, 106 | God; ~which in some ways appears to be unreasonable, since 255 1, 107 | offices and ~actions, as appears in one city where there 256 1, 107 | Seraphim." Therefore it appears that the orders of angels 257 1, 107 | of salvation"; whence it appears that the angelic offices ~ 258 1, 109 | transform corporeal matter; as ~appears when fire begets fire. Therefore 259 1, 109 | angelic administration, as ~appears above (A[1]), and thus it 260 1, 109 | above (A[1]), and thus it appears that bodies are as instruments ~ 261 1, 110 | reveal things in dreams, as appears ~from Mt. 1:20;[2]:13,[19] 262 1, 110 | where the word {aorasia} appears. It expresses, in ~fact, 263 1, 111 | actions are intellectual, it appears ~that the angels are not 264 1, 111 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As appears from what has been said 265 1, 111 | in an equivocal sense, as appears from what has been said ~( 266 1, 112 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As appears above (A[2]), the guardianship 267 1, 112 | to the second objection appears from what has been said.~ 268 1, 113 | cannot change man's will, as appears ~from what has been said 269 1, 113 | innumerable number of things, appears to ~other men's senses, 270 1, 113 | identified with that which appears embodied to the ~senses 271 1, 114 | are called lunatics, as appears from Mt. 4:24 and 17:14. 272 1, 116 | things by the Word of God; as appears ~principally of the apostles 273 1, 116 | changed to heat ~and cold, as appears when a man is angry or afraid: 274 2, 5 | be had in this life, as ~appears from Ps. 143:15: "They have 275 2, 5 | lost, a ~circumstance that appears to be contrary to the nature 276 2, 10 | parts of the ~soul, a thing appears to him otherwise according 277 2, 13 | Wherefore the power of the mover appears in ~the movement of that 278 2, 13 | can that be ~chosen which appears as less (eligible). Therefore 279 2, 13 | available, of which one appears to be more (eligible), it 280 2, 13 | others. Therefore that which appears to ~hold the first place 281 2, 14 | Ethic. iii, 3) that "if it appears ~that something can be done 282 2, 19 | conformed to the Divine will; as appears from the word of ~Isaias 283 2, 19 | to be, according as it ~appears to be good, his will is 284 2, 19 | not to be, according as it appears evil, is also good. ~Thus 285 2, 24 | difference, although it appears great in words, is nevertheless, 286 2, 30 | consider a thing infinitely, as appears in the ~addition of numbers 287 2, 31 | pleasures are greater. And this appears from the consideration of 288 2, 32 | And because a flatterer appears to praise, therefore flattery 289 2, 72 | against his neighbor, as appears in the thief and murderer. ~ 290 2, 77 | the estimative power, as appears in those ~who are out of 291 2, 77 | draws it to ~that which appears good to the reason. But 292 2, 77 | to the reason. But what appears to the reason is ~in the 293 2, 77 | The fact that something appears good in particular to the ~ 294 2, 85 | to be causes of sin, as appears from what has been ~said 295 2, 89 | what the Lord had said, as appears from her saying ~(Gn. 3: 296 2, 89 | concupiscence of ~the sensuality, as appears from the context (Rm. 7). 297 2, 98 | of form of profession, as appears from Dt. 26:3: ~"I profess 298 2, 101 | oblations and gifts, as appears from the ~words of the Apostle ( 299 2, 102 | the First Mover, i.e. God, appears first of ~all in the east, 300 2, 103 | circumcision preceded the Law, as appears from Gn. 17. ~In like manner 301 2, 105 | reserved this to ~Himself, as appears from Dt. 17:15: "Thou shalt 302 2, 106 | answer that, "Each thing appears to be that which preponderates 303 2, 109 | attacks ~of the passions, as appears from the preceding article. 304 2, 112 | even require matter, as appears in creation, to ~which grace 305 2, 112 | diffusive of itself, as appears from Dionysius ~(Div. Nom. 306 2, 112 | their physical reality, as ~appears from Augustine (Gen. ad 307 2, 113 | common ~good of society, as appears from Ethic. v, 1.~Aquin.: 308 2, 114 | the most meritorious, as appears in the ~martyrs, who strove 309 2, 114 | which they do not ~merit, as appears from Augustine [*Tract. 310 2, 114 | the reward of justice, as appears ~from Dt. 28. Hence it seems 311 2, 114 | temporal ~punishments, as appears from the Sodomites, Gn. 312 2, 1 | exposition of doctrine, as ~appears from his way of speaking. 313 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As appears from what has been said 314 2, 4 | confessed as yet to come, as ~appears from Is. 7:14: "Behold a 315 2, 8 | with the other gifts, as appears from Is. 11:2. Therefore 316 2, 8 | works through charity, as appears from what has ~been said 317 2, 10 | slaying of heretics, as appears from the ~words of Chrysostom. 318 2, 11 | species under its genus, as ~appears from what we have said about 319 2, 12 | is done away, disorder appears in all his ~members. First, 320 2, 14 | mind is ~a punishment as appears from Is. 6:10, "Blind the 321 2, 16 | happiness, nothing ~else appears arduous, as compared with 322 2, 16 | reckoned a vice in some, as appears from Jer. 9:4: "Let every 323 2, 20 | Accordingly presumption appears to be manifestly opposed 324 2, 24 | whom we receive favors, as appears from the passage ~of Augustine 325 2, 26 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, As appears from the words of Augustine 326 2, 30 | an act of mercy. ~This appears in its very name, for in 327 2, 30 | is in ~extreme need, as appears from the words of Ambrose 328 2, 31 | might correct them; which appears to be ~inconvenient, both 329 2, 33 | certain weariness of work, as appears from a gloss on Ps. 106: 330 2, 33 | movement ~of the appetite, as appears from what has been said 331 2, 34 | be the same as envy, as appears from what has been ~said 332 2, 35 | sins also himself. But ~it appears not to be a sin to incite 333 2, 37 | consecrated thing remains: as appears ~even in inanimate things, 334 2, 40 | which ~arise from them, as appears from Moral. xxxi, 45, where 335 2, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as appears from the foregoing definition 336 2, 45 | condivided with virtue, as appears in the ~Predicaments (vi). 337 2, 45 | to ~be different acts, as appears from what has been said 338 2, 50 | the gift of counsel, as appears from Gal. ~5:22, 23. Therefore 339 2, 51 | speaking, ~wherefore it appears to proceed from that root 340 2, 52 | pertains to imprudence. ~This appears from its very name, because, 341 2, 52 | prescribed for ~mortal sins, as appears from the book of Leviticus. 342 2, 53 | a false conclusion that appears to be true; in ~another 343 2, 53 | the use of right reason appears chiefly, ~for justice is 344 2, 53 | the undue use of reason ~appears chiefly in the vices opposed 345 2, 54 | 2/2~The contrary however appears to anyone who goes through 346 2, 54 | 2~The contrary, however, appears from the precepts of the 347 2, 56 | the ~luster of virtue appears above all in justice."~Aquin.: 348 2, 60 | the thing to be restored appears to be grievously ~injurious 349 2, 60 | delay ~compensation, as appears from Lev. 19:13, "The wages 350 2, 62 | forfeit unwillingly," as appears from the ~context (De Lib. 351 2, 62 | taking ~a man's life, as appears in the case of a judge who 352 2, 64 | manner if the thing ~found appears to be unappropriated, and 353 2, 67 | alleged against him, as appears from the words of Josue 354 2, 72 | to sever friendship, as appears ~from the gloss quoted above 355 2, 73 | punishment for ~mortal sin, as appears from the words of Ps. 2: 356 2, 74 | punishment, since a curse appears to be a kind of ~imprecation. 357 2, 74 | good or an evil deed, as appears from what has ~been said ( 358 2, 77 | deserves more expiation as appears ~from Lev. 5. Therefore 359 2, 78 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Macrobius appears to have considered the two 360 2, 79 | with the other virtues, as appears ~from what has been said 361 2, 81 | presents it to Him, ~as appears from the words of Dionysius 362 2, 81 | in ~the Lord's Prayer, as appears from the eleventh chapter. 363 2, 83 | precepts about sacrifices, as ~appears from the beginning of Leviticus.~ 364 2, 84 | depend on man's will, as ~appears from our Lord's saying ( 365 2, 85 | Gn. 28:20], although he appears to have vowed to do so, 366 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As appears from what has been said 367 2, 98 | not the owner thereof, as appears from the authority quoted ( 368 2, 98 | with other heretics, as appears from Augustine's ~book on 369 2, 98 | the use of prophecy, as appears ~from 1 Kgs. 9:7,8, and 370 2, 103 | sin is ~a disobedience, as appears from Ambrose's definition 371 2, 105 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, As appears from what we have said above ( 372 2, 106 | fixed by the divine law as ~appears from what we have said above ( 373 2, 114 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, there appears to be a certain amount of 374 2, 114 | spiritual ~state, the more it appears to be grievous. Now quarreling 375 2, 117 | to others, ~although this appears in itself to call for praise, 376 2, 120 | essential to a precept, appears in justice, which is of ~ 377 2, 120 | that refer to another it appears ~manifestly that a man is 378 2, 120 | The kind of work meant appears ~from Lev. 23:3, "You shall 379 2, 120 | inflicted on one's ~neighbor, as appears from those which have been 380 2, 121 | withdraw one from virtue, as appears from Tully's definition 381 2, 127 | the irascible part, as ~appears from De Anima iii, 42, where 382 2, 127 | itself. But magnanimity appears to be the same as ~fortitude. 383 2, 135 | stand to certain things, as ~appears from the definition given 384 2, 135 | brought upon us by Adam, as appears from Rm. 5:15, seqq. Now " 385 2, 139 | corresponding gift, as ~appears from what we have said above ( 386 2, 152 | the whole human race, as appears from what was said in the ~ 387 2, 156 | it is not always so, as appears from what we have said.~ 388 2, 161 | tempted to gluttony, as ~appears from Mt. 4:3, where it was 389 2, 161 | punished than the man, as appears from Gn. 3. Therefore she ~ 390 2, 169 | prophecy when he will, as appears in the ~case of Eliseus ( 391 2, 171 | former is made void, as appears from the words of the ~Apostle ( 392 2, 173 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, it appears from the same words of the 393 2, 173 | image of his body, such as appears in one's ~dreams. Now if 394 2, 174 | the ~gift of tongues, as appears from the saying of the Apostle ( 395 2, 175 | should be subject to man, as appears from Gn. ~3:16. Now teaching 396 2, 180 | command the contemplative, as appears from the words ~addressed 397 2, 181 | sin, and from ~justice, as appears from the words of the Apostle ( 398 2, 182 | with a cure attached, as appears (XVI, qu. i, can. Si ~quis 399 2, 182 | are more like a bishop, as appears from what we ~have said 400 2, 183 | the episcopal state, as appears from our Lord asking ~Peter 401 2, 183 | doing what is ~unlawful, as appears from what was said above 402 2, 184 | the ~waste of property appears to be a sort of ruining 403 2, 184 | worthy of condemnation, as appears from 1 Tim. 5:11,12, where 404 2, 185 | enjoined upon all in common, as appears from 2 Thess. 3:6, ~"Withdraw 405 2, 185 | order to avoid theft, as appears from Eph. ~4:28, "He that 406 2, 185 | It was supererogation, as appears from 1 ~Cor. 9:12, where 407 2, 185 | scandal to the weak, as appears from 1 Cor. 9:12. It would ~ 408 2, 185 | motives of ~covetousness, as appears from the words of the Apostle; 409 2, 186 | forbidden to plead at law, as appears from the Decretal De ~Postulando 410 2, 187 | from the curse of sin, as appears from Gn. 9:25. ~Now a slave 411 3, 1 | Para. 3/3~Thirdly, this appears fitting to the manifestation 412 3, 2 | nature is "deified," as appears from Damascene ~(De Fide 413 3, 2 | individuating principles, which ~appears chiefly in such as are composed 414 3, 2 | hypostasis of the ~Word, as appears from what has been said ( 415 3, 2 | Nature do not differ, as appears from FP, Q[39], A[1]. Therefore ~ 416 3, 7 | prophetical. And the same appears in regard to time. For it 417 3, 7 | it can be had. And this ~appears, first, from the nearness 418 3, 12 | of infused knowledge, as appears to some [*Blessed Albert 419 3, 15 | person of Christ Himself, as appears from His having uttered 420 3, 18 | the same as God, which ~appears from what He says (Mt. 26: 421 3, 22 | evening, was a lamb, as appears from Num. 38:3,4. ~By which 422 3, 26 | consequently ~unhappiness; as appears from what Augustine says ( 423 3, 27 | justice. And although this appears to be part of the dignity 424 3, 27 | and the third the second, ~appears (1) from the point of view 425 3, 27 | affliction whatever. It appears (2) from the point of view 426 3, 28 | the matter of human form appears to be the semen ~of male 427 3, 34 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As appears from what was said above ( 428 3, 35 | a personal property, as appears from what was said in ~the 429 3, 35 | reign of a foreigner, as ~appears from Mt. 2:1: "When Jesus 430 3, 39 | and now again the dove appears at the ~baptism, pointing 431 3, 39 | a mere apparition which appears in its ~semblance. But it 432 3, 39 | the Spirit of Truth, as appears from Jn. 16:13, ~therefore 433 3, 41 | tempt Him." Moreover, ~this appears from the very manner of 434 3, 42 | doctrine than that which appears on the surface ~of the writing.~ 435 3, 44 | always the ~result of sin, as appears from our Lord's words (Jn. 436 3, 44 | miraculously ~to tell no one, as appears from Mt. 9:30 and Mk. 8: 437 3, 45 | regeneration, the whole Trinity appears - the Father in the voice, 438 3, 46 | bestows gifts freely, so it ~appears to condone debts without 439 3, 46 | excellent than the human, as ~appears from Dionysius (Div. Nom. 440 3, 46 | point, and yet the contrary appears from Mk. 15:25: "It was 441 3, 46 | Pasch was kept." And this ~appears to tally with the statement ( 442 3, 48 | Jn. 17:10). Therefore it appears that He merited the ~salvation 443 3, 48 | fully ~atoned. Therefore it appears that Christ by His suffering 444 3, 50 | rather conversely: and so it appears that it belongs to Christ, 445 3, 51 | the union. Therefore it appears to be ~unbecoming for Christ 446 3, 51 | on the other hand there appears to have been some display, ~ 447 3, 51 | with the dawn, when light appears in part, and still ~some 448 3, 52 | hell: and ~consequently it appears that He made no stay in 449 3, 53 | always appear in one who appears ~to be dead whereas he is 450 3, 53 | opinion, says: "I know that it appears ~some, that by the death 451 3, 53 | again. Consequently, it appears that Christ ~rose again 452 3, 57 | taken up, and lifted up, appears to be moved by ~another. 453 3, 58 | than I." Consequently, it appears unseemly for ~Christ as 454 3, 59 | 3/4~Secondly, the same appears from the merit of His death; 455 3, 59 | Judgment-day. That this is false appears from the ~testimony of the 456 3, 59 | faith" but "by sight," as ~appears from the context. But this 457 3, 60 | of sign. For sacrament ~appears to be derived from "sacring" [ 458 3, 60 | that use through a ~vow, as appears from Gn. 28, where Jacob 459 3, 61 | Passion of Christ: as clearly appears in the Paschal Lamb and 460 3, 62 | since the nature of ~sign appears to be more in keeping with 461 3, 62 | effects. But this ~also appears to be false, because by 462 3, 62 | considered carefully, ~this too appears to be untrue; because the 463 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As appears from what has been said 464 3, 65 | order among the sacraments appears from ~what has been said 465 3, 66 | have is not plain water; as appears especially in ~sea-water, 466 3, 67 | elders are not at hand; ~as appears from the authority of Gelasius 467 3, 68 | save on those in whom there appears some ~sign of their interior 468 3, 68 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As appears from what has been said 469 3, 68 | Baptism, because, as it appears from Rm. 3:22, the justice 470 3, 69 | greater or lesser grace appears in the baptized, may ~occur 471 3, 71 | s power is cast out, as appears from the passage quoted 472 3, 72 | Reply OBJ 2: Further, as appears from its very name, this 473 3, 72 | the heart, but its sign ~appears on the forehead: wherefore 474 3, 74 | Further, what is corrupted appears to be of another species. 475 3, 74 | institution. But Christ appears to have instituted this 476 3, 75 | into the soul. Therefore it appears that it remains ~after the 477 3, 75 | extremes; the contrary of which appears in every natural ~transmutation.~ 478 3, 76 | example of an image ~which appears in a mirror, which appears 479 3, 76 | appears in a mirror, which appears as one in the unbroken mirror, ~ 480 3, 76 | there when flesh or a child appears ~miraculously in this sacrament?~ 481 3, 76 | there when flesh or a ~child appears miraculously in this sacrament. 482 3, 76 | But when flesh or a child appears, the ~sacramental species 483 3, 76 | ascended to heaven: yet what appears ~miraculously in this sacrament 484 3, 76 | the ~same individual it appears for an hour under the appearance 485 3, 76 | a glorified body, which appears at will, disappears ~when 486 3, 76 | disciples. But that which appears ~under the likeness of flesh 487 3, 77 | another, the latter at first ~appears changed and corrupted; whereas 488 3, 79 | of the sacrament: and it appears ~from both that this sacrament 489 3, 80 | with ~consciousness of sin, appears to be the gravest.~Aquin.: 490 3, 80 | with a kiss!" And thus it appears that the ~fornicator approaching 491 3, 80 | the greatest of all sins appears to be, ~not this, but rather 492 3, 81 | My Father." From this it appears that those to whom He had ~ 493 3, 81 | gave His body to him, it ~appears that He gave it him in the 494 3, 82 | happens that Christ's body appears upon the ~altar under the 495 3, 82 | OBJ 3: If Christ's body appears miraculously upon the altar 496 3, 83 | the substance of the sun appears above the earth; but when ~ 497 3, 83 | brightness of his beams appears. Accordingly it is written ( 498 3, 83 | be ~observed; and so it appears to follow that Christ's 499 3, 83 | Further, nothing which appears ridiculous ought to be done 500 3, 83 | instance, if he ~takes it, he appears to sin by killing himself,


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