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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 3 | and not only ~that He is a living thing: "I am the way, the 2 1, 3 | relation between life and a living thing. Therefore God is 3 1, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a living thing is more perfect than 4 1, 4 | in idea; nevertheless, a living thing is more ~perfect than 5 1, 4 | what merely exists, because living things also exist and ~intelligent 6 1, 10 | not only being, but also living; ~and life extends to operation, 7 1, 12 | men among whom we ~live, living and exercising the functions 8 1, 12 | raising the minds of some ~living in the flesh beyond the 9 1, 13 | words "being," "good," "living," and the like, and such 10 1, 14 | distinguished from each other; ~as living and understanding, and the 11 1, 14 | understanding, and the like, whereby living beings are ~distinguished 12 1, 18 | to understand belongs to living beings, after considering 13 1, 18 | to them, for we speak of "living waters." ~Much more, therefore, 14 1, 18 | therefore, distinguish ~living from lifeless things, by 15 1, 18 | things ~are properly called living that move themselves by 16 1, 18 | do so, cannot ~be called living, unless by a similitude.~ 17 1, 18 | rest. Plants ~and other living things move with vital movement, 18 1, 18 | move ~themselves, as do living bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 19 1, 18 | OBJ 3: Waters are called living that have a continuous current: ~ 20 1, 18 | says (De Anima ii, 37), "In living ~things, to live is to be."~ 21 1, 18 | 2] Body Para. 2/2~Hence "living" is not an accidental but 22 1, 18 | there are four kinds ~of living things. It is the nature 23 1, 18 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in all living things we must needs suppose 24 1, 18 | cause and principle of the living body." But God ~has no principle. 25 1, 18 | principle of life in the living things that exist ~among 26 1, 18 | flesh have ~rejoiced in the living God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] 27 1, 18 | says (De Vera Relig. 29), a living ~substance is better than 28 1, 18 | understood is the very ~living or life of God. Now, wherefore, 29 1, 18 | and be"; since our being, living, and moving are ~themselves 30 1, 19 | for example, a man or a living being, ~yet it cannot fail 31 1, 24 | blotted out of the book of the living. This book is the knowledge 32 1, 24 | out from the book of ~the living" (Ps. 68:29).~Aquin.: SMT 33 1, 24 | out of the book of the ~living." But because not to be 34 1, 25 | immeasurable. He is the living mighty one." Now everything 35 1, 27 | is proper and belongs to living things; in which ~sense 36 1, 27 | signifies the origin of a living being from a conjoined living ~ 37 1, 27 | living being from a conjoined living ~principle; and this is 38 1, 27 | horse from a horse. So in living ~things, which proceed from 39 1, 27 | generation which belongs to ~living things. So in this manner 40 1, 27 | which ~denote generation of living things in order to signify 41 1, 27 | likeness of nature among living things is ~said to be generated 42 1, 28 | whereby it is applied to living things. Now ~the relation 43 1, 28 | of generation in perfect living beings is ~called paternity; 44 1, 29 | signify the generation of living things, which ~is called 45 1, 51 | speech is the function of a living subject, for it is ~produced 46 1, 51 | that, Some functions of living subjects have something 47 1, 51 | which is the function of a ~living creature, agrees with other 48 1, 51 | that which is special to living subjects; because, according 49 1, 51 | bodies they appear to be living men, although they are really 50 1, 54 | is life." But "since in living things to live is ~to be," 51 1, 54 | understand is to exist. For in ~living things to live is to be, 52 1, 54 | for the existence of the living ~subject: sometimes also 53 1, 54 | something is shown to be living. In this way the Philosopher 54 1, 54 | distinguishes the ~various grades of living things according to the 55 1, 65 | being is more universal than living, ~living than understanding, 56 1, 65 | universal than living, ~living than understanding, matter 57 1, 67 | work of every kind. For the living thing is generated before ~ 58 1, 70 | production;~(3) Whether they are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 59 1, 70 | the lights of heaven are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 60 1, 70 | the lights of heaven are living beings. For ~the nobler 61 1, 70 | heaven, is adorned with living beings, with fish, ~birds, 62 1, 70 | its adornment, should be living beings also.~Aquin.: SMT 63 1, 70 | Relig. xxix) says: "Every living substance stands higher 64 1, 70 | heaven, therefore, are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 65 1, 70 | have the heavenly bodies a ~living soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 66 1, 70 | and consequently they are living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 67 1, 70 | But only beings that are living move themselves, as is ~ 68 1, 70 | the heavenly bodies are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 69 1, 70 | the heavenly bodies to be living things, for they have ~neither 70 1, 70 | neither a god nor even a living being." On the other hand, 71 1, 70 | heavenly bodies are really living beings, their souls ~must 72 1, 70 | the heavenly ~bodies to be living beings, this means nothing 73 1, 70 | heavenly bodies are ~not living beings in the same sense 74 1, 70 | for they are moved by a ~living substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 75 1, 70 | therefore ~since this agent is a living substance the heavenly body 76 1, 71 | order. For they bring forth living beings, whereas ~birds and 77 1, 72 | birds and fishes have a living soul, so also have land 78 1, 72 | animals are not themselves living souls. Therefore the words, " 79 1, 72 | the ~earth bring forth the living creature," should rather 80 1, 72 | the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed creatures."~ 81 1, 72 | are found in different ~living creatures can be discovered 82 1, 72 | therefore, does not call fishes "living creatures," but "creeping ~ 83 1, 72 | does call land animals "living ~creatures" on account of 84 1, 72 | life, are, as it were, ~living souls with bodies subject 85 1, 75 | which ~live: for we call living things "animate," [*i.e. 86 1, 75 | principle of life, or to be a living thing, as the heart is a ~ 87 1, 75 | principle of life, or to ~be a living thing, does not belong to 88 1, 75 | case, every body would be a living thing, or a principle of 89 1, 75 | body is competent to be a living thing or even a principle 90 1, 75 | good, are beings, and are living things, as is clear ~from 91 1, 75 | the earth bring forth the living soul" (Gn. 1:24): while 92 1, 76 | in different degrees of living things, that whereby we ~ 93 1, 76 | If, therefore, man were 'living' by one form, the vegetative ~ 94 1, 76 | perfection, as ~existence, living, sensing, and understanding. 95 1, 76 | actual being, a body, a living being, an animal, and a 96 1, 77 | soul is always an actually living thing. For as a form the 97 1, 52 | speech is the function of a living subject, for it is ~produced 98 1, 52 | that, Some functions of living subjects have something 99 1, 52 | which is the function of a ~living creature, agrees with other 100 1, 52 | that which is special to living subjects; because, according 101 1, 52 | bodies they appear to be living men, although they are really 102 1, 55 | is life." But "since in living things to live is ~to be," 103 1, 55 | understand is to exist. For in ~living things to live is to be, 104 1, 55 | for the existence of the living ~subject: sometimes also 105 1, 55 | something is shown to be living. In this way the Philosopher 106 1, 55 | distinguishes the ~various grades of living things according to the 107 1, 66 | being is more universal than living, ~living than understanding, 108 1, 66 | universal than living, ~living than understanding, matter 109 1, 68 | work of every kind. For the living thing is generated before ~ 110 1, 71 | production;~(3) Whether they are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 111 1, 71 | the lights of heaven are living beings?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 112 1, 71 | the lights of heaven are living beings. For ~the nobler 113 1, 71 | heaven, is adorned with living beings, with fish, ~birds, 114 1, 71 | its adornment, should be living beings also.~Aquin.: SMT 115 1, 71 | Relig. xxix) says: "Every living substance stands higher 116 1, 71 | heaven, therefore, are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 117 1, 71 | have the heavenly bodies a ~living soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] 118 1, 71 | and consequently they are living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 119 1, 71 | But only beings that are living move themselves, as is ~ 120 1, 71 | the heavenly bodies are ~living beings.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 121 1, 71 | the heavenly bodies to be living things, for they have ~neither 122 1, 71 | neither a god nor even a living being." On the other hand, 123 1, 71 | heavenly bodies are really living beings, their souls ~must 124 1, 71 | the heavenly ~bodies to be living beings, this means nothing 125 1, 71 | heavenly bodies are ~not living beings in the same sense 126 1, 71 | for they are moved by a ~living substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 127 1, 71 | therefore ~since this agent is a living substance the heavenly body 128 1, 71 | order. For they bring forth living beings, whereas ~birds and 129 1, 71 | birds and fishes have a living soul, so also have land 130 1, 71 | animals are not themselves living souls. Therefore the words, " 131 1, 71 | the ~earth bring forth the living creature," should rather 132 1, 71 | the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed creatures."~ 133 1, 71 | are found in different ~living creatures can be discovered 134 1, 71 | therefore, does not call fishes "living creatures," but "creeping ~ 135 1, 71 | does call land animals "living ~creatures" on account of 136 1, 71 | life, are, as it were, ~living souls with bodies subject 137 1, 74 | which ~live: for we call living things "animate," [*i.e. 138 1, 74 | principle of life, or to be a living thing, as the heart is a ~ 139 1, 74 | principle of life, or to ~be a living thing, does not belong to 140 1, 74 | case, every body would be a living thing, or a principle of 141 1, 74 | body is competent to be a living thing or even a principle 142 1, 74 | good, are beings, and are living things, as is clear ~from 143 1, 74 | the earth bring forth the living soul" (Gn. 1:24): while 144 1, 75 | in different degrees of living things, that whereby we ~ 145 1, 75 | If, therefore, man were 'living' by one form, the vegetative ~ 146 1, 75 | perfection, as ~existence, living, sensing, and understanding. 147 1, 75 | actual being, a body, a living being, an animal, and a 148 1, 76 | soul is always an actually living thing. For as a form the 149 1, 77 | four are called modes of ~living. The reason of this diversity 150 1, 77 | Body Para. 3/4~The modes of living are distinguished according 151 1, 77 | according to the degrees of living ~things. There are some 152 1, 77 | things. There are some living things in which there exists 153 1, 77 | distance. And there are some living things which with these ~ 154 1, 77 | constitute a degree of living things; because wherever 155 1, 77 | that which is common to living and non-living things. But 156 1, 77 | generated and corrupted, whether living ~or not living. Therefore 157 1, 77 | whether living ~or not living. Therefore the generative 158 1, 77 | power is that whereby a living thing exists. ~Therefore 159 1, 77 | Therefore by the same power the living thing is preserved. Now 160 1, 77 | the preservation of the living thing (De ~Anima ii, 4), 161 1, 77 | object the body itself, living ~by the soul; for which 162 1, 77 | Another is whereby the living body acquires its due ~quantity; 163 1, 77 | is ~whereby the body of a living thing is preserved in its 164 1, 77 | whereas the generation of living things is in a higher ~way, 165 1, 77 | through something in the living thing itself, which is the 166 1, 77 | Therefore there must be ~in the living thing a power that prepares 167 1, 77 | Since the generation of living things is from a semen, 168 1, 88 | dead often appear to the living, asleep or awake, ~and tell 169 1, 88 | state of separation from the living, both by Divine ~order and 170 1, 88 | dead do not ~know how the living act, for the life of the 171 1, 88 | concern in the affairs of the living."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 172 1, 88 | know what is done by the living or by ~their own children," 173 1, 88 | what happens among those living on earth. ~But as the souls 174 1, 88 | departed may care for the living, even if ~ignorant of their 175 1, 88 | Moreover, ~the affairs of the living can be made known to them 176 1, 88 | That the dead appear to the living in any way whatever is ~ 177 1, 88 | interfere in affairs of the living - and this is to be accounted ~ 178 1, 88 | likewise happen when the living appear, without their own 179 1, 88 | own knowledge, to ~others living, as Augustine says in the 180 1, 89 | life, and man was ~made a living soul." But he who breathes 181 1, 90 | on, "And man was made a ~living soul"; which words the Apostle ( 182 1, 91 | generation carried out in various living ~things. Some living things 183 1, 91 | various living ~things. Some living things do not possess in 184 1, 92 | like to the First Being; as living, like to the ~First Life; 185 1, 93 | to have been made into a "living soul"; that is, a soul ~ 186 1, 94 | first Adam was made into a living soul; the last Adam into 187 1, 96 | 7): "Man was made into a living ~soul"; that is, a soul 188 1, 96 | body the prerogative of living for an infinite ~time, but 189 1, 107 | interfere in the things of the living," as Augustine says (De 190 1, 109 | nutritive soul: but that living flesh is thus generated 191 1, 114 | whole ~corporeal nature, living bodies are the most perfect: 192 1, 114 | has been transferred from living things to all natural things. ~ 193 1, 114 | signify the generation of living things, ~which is called " 194 1, 114 | nativity": and because living things are generated from ~ 195 1, 114 | principles of the ~generation of living things are the seeds from 196 1, 114 | are the seeds from which living things are ~generated. Therefore 197 1, 117 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, in living things the principle of 198 1, 117 | itself generates fire. But living bodies, as ~being more powerful, 199 1, 118 | because this opinion judges of living bodies as of inanimate ~ 200 1, 118 | individual; which power in living bodies is the nutritive 201 1, 118 | therefore, would be added to living bodies by their nutritive 202 1, 118 | pre-existed. It is the same ~with living bodies, in which by means 203 2, 2 | But for ~man's being and living, the health of the body 204 2, 2 | intelligent better than living things.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 205 2, 2 | to being only, some as to living being, some as to being ~ 206 2, 2 | some as to being ~which is living, intelligent and happy. 207 2, 3 | but the very being of ~living things. Therefore the last 208 2, 3 | for the very being of ~the living. And thus happiness is not 209 2, 3 | means the operation of the living, by which ~operation the 210 2, 5 | Man born of a woman, living ~for a short time, is filled 211 2, 18 | species; for a dead body and a living body are not of the ~same 212 2, 24 | flesh have rejoiced in the living God": where by ~"heart" 213 2, 30 | flesh have rejoiced in the living God."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] 214 2, 52 | such is the increase of living things. ~Secondly, by mere 215 2, 56 | the very existence of the living thing: in this way it belongs 216 2, 56 | principle of existence in the living ~thing. But sometimes "to 217 2, 56 | for the operation of the living ~thing: in this sense, by 218 2, 61 | is to say, virtues of men living ~together in this world, 219 2, 63 | aptitude for pity, another for living temperately, another for 220 2, 67 | rational, there remains living, and when you remove living, 221 2, 67 | living, and when you remove living, there remains ~being." 222 2, 67 | withdrawn, the remaining "living" thing is ~the same, not 223 2, 69 | possession of the land of the living, whereby the ~solid reality 224 2, 79 | in the destruction of the living.']." Now He would seem to ~ 225 2, 81 | those who will be still living at ~the coming of our Lord, 226 2, 85 | which consists in "being, living and understanding," as anyone ~ 227 2, 87 | of men" ~[Vulg.: 'of the living']. Therefore He will not 228 2, 87 | from the fellowship of the living, so that this punishment, 229 2, 98 | perfection, to which people living in the world are not bound. 230 2, 98 | religious than that of folk living in the world. ~Aquin.: SMT 231 2, 100 | destroys life in one ~already living is more grievous than adultery, 232 2, 101 | flesh have rejoiced in the living ~God." And as the body is 233 2, 102 | Therefore it was fitting that living animals rather than slain 234 2, 102 | to present our bodies "a living sacrifice, holy, pleasing 235 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 3: Fish through living in water are further removed 236 2, 102 | form them to a right way of living. For they were forbidden ~ 237 2, 102 | signifies Christ Who is the ~"living bread" (Jn. 6:41,51). He 238 2, 102 | to Jn. 6:41,51: "I am the living ~bread": and the twelve 239 2, 102 | the ~sanctification of the living tabernacle, i.e. the faithful 240 2, 102 | offered for ~himself "two living sparrows . . . cedar-wood, 241 2, 102 | was "immolated . . . over living waters." These things he 242 2, 102 | up against the stench; a living sparrow was offered up against 243 2, 102 | repulsive color of leprosy. The ~living sparrow was let loose to 244 2, 102 | healing of the disease; and living waters, to wash away the 245 2, 102 | in an earthen vessel over living waters, because ~the waters 246 2, 102 | impassible Godhead, remained living, because the ~Godhead cannot 247 2, 102 | by the Passion. Now this living sparrow, together with the ~ 248 2, 102 | delicate and ~over-careful living. For the soil gives birth 249 2, 102 | to a more simple way of living, forbade them to eat ~many 250 2, 103 | was given the Law of ~the living spirit: the feast of the 251 2, 103 | union of Gentiles ~and Jews living side by side. Because blood 252 2, 105 | from which to derive a living: and so much the ~more, 253 2, 114 | Thee, the only ~true" and living "God." Hence the merit of 254 2, 1 | but only those who have living faith. Therefore it is ~ 255 2, 1 | the faith of the Church is living faith; since such is the ~ 256 2, 1 | that is in keeping with living faith, so that even if ~ 257 2, 1 | some of the faithful lack living faith, they should endeavor 258 2, 2 | inanimate things, or also in ~"living," and in "knowing singulars," 259 2, 4 | is charity?~(4) Whether living [formata] faith and lifeless [ 260 2, 4 | lifeless faith can become living, or living faith, lifeless?~ 261 2, 4 | faith can become living, or living faith, lifeless?~Aquin.: 262 2, 4 | lifeless faith does not become living, or ~living faith lifeless. 263 2, 4 | does not become living, or ~living faith lifeless. For, according 264 2, 4 | imperfect in comparison with living faith. Therefore ~when living 265 2, 4 | living faith. Therefore ~when living faith comes, lifeless faith 266 2, 4 | thing does not become a living thing. Now ~lifeless faith 267 2, 4 | lifeless faith cannot become living.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[4] 268 2, 4 | faith cannot be ~at one time living, and at another, lifeless.~ 269 2, 4 | hitherto, becomes formed and living.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[4] 270 2, 4 | iii, 15] have said that living ~and lifeless faith are 271 2, 4 | distinct habits, but that when living faith comes, ~lifeless faith 272 2, 4 | sins ~mortally after having living faith, a new habit of lifeless 273 2, 4 | iii, 64] have said ~that living and lifeless faith are indeed 274 2, 4 | that, all ~the same, when living faith comes the habit of 275 2, 4 | together with the habit of living faith ~in the same subject. 276 2, 4 | inactive in a person having living faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 277 2, 4 | therefore hold differently that living and lifeless faith are ~ 278 2, 4 | But the distinction of living from lifeless faith is in 279 2, 4 | the intellect. Therefore living and lifeless ~faith are 280 2, 4 | lifeless faith itself becomes living.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[4] 281 2, 4 | dead thing cannot become a living thing, and a living and 282 2, 4 | become a living thing, and a living and a dead thing ~differ 283 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: When living faith becomes lifeless, 284 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, living and lifeless faith are the 285 2, 4 | virtues. Therefore neither is living faith a ~virtue.~Aquin.: 286 2, 4 | virtue. Such a habit is living faith. For ~since to believe 287 2, 4 | to be found in the act of living faith. ~For it belongs to 288 2, 4 | to a good end. ~Therefore living faith is a virtue.~Aquin.: 289 2, 4 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Living and lifeless faith do not 290 2, 4 | Further, not lifeless but living faith is the foundation, 291 2, 5 | 2~I answer that, Neither living nor lifeless faith remains 292 2, 6 | this is not done except by living ~faith. Therefore living 293 2, 6 | living ~faith. Therefore living faith alone is a gift of 294 2, 7 | faith is the cause, while living faith ~is the cause of the 295 2, 10 | this does not entail their living together with them. ~Thus 296 2, 16 | or as regards the act of living hope. The habit itself of 297 2, 16 | but only the movement of living hope, viz. ~that whereby 298 2, 16 | The Master is speaking of living hope, which is naturally ~ 299 2, 17 | just as faith is either living or dead, so is hope. But ~ 300 2, 18 | the same apparently as ~living faith is to lifeless faith, 301 2, 18 | sin and the other not. Now living faith and lifeless faith 302 2, 18 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Living and lifeless faith differ, 303 2, 24 | destruction of the wicked [Vulg.: 'living']" ~when He punishes them, 304 2, 25 | our ~parents the means of living . . . and to honor them."~ 305 2, 30 | own body while he was yet ~living, a fondness which kindly 306 2, 30 | want, she cast in all the living that she had." Nevertheless 307 2, 41 | change their evil mode of living.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 308 2, 60 | welfare (whether he be dead or living): ~but not without previously 309 2, 62 | is unlawful to kill any living thing?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 310 2, 62 | seem unlawful to kill any living thing. For the Apostle ~ 311 2, 62 | providence has ordained that all living things ~should be preserved, 312 2, 62 | to take the life of any living thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 313 2, 62 | a man there is first a living thing, then an animal, and 314 2, 79 | flesh have ~rejoiced in the living God." Now just as internal 315 2, 80 | God's holy ones, dead or living, does not ~terminate in 316 2, 80 | thirsted after the strong living God," and afterwards it 317 2, 81 | saints, know not what the living, even their ~own children, 318 2, 81 | united to God. Now some yet living in this world, or even some ~ 319 2, 81 | them, but ~ask it of the living by speaking to them.~Aquin.: 320 2, 81 | come to God by Him, always living to ~make intercession for 321 2, 81 | because the saints while living merited to pray for ~us, 322 2, 83 | Present your bodies a living ~sacrifice." Again the Apostle 323 2, 84 | offers a gift among the living, or by will bequeaths to 324 2, 85 | and ~oblations for the living and the dead. Therefore 325 2, 86 | Present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, ~pleasing 326 2, 87 | Further, in this world no living man is equal in dignity 327 2, 87 | the Baptist, ~while yet living. Now an angel is competent 328 2, 88 | unlawfully adjured Jesus by the living God."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] 329 2, 93 | their God, a ~vision for the living and the dead? [*Vulg.: ' 330 2, 93 | seek of their God, for the ~living of the dead?']"~Aquin.: 331 2, 93 | foretell the future through living men, ~as in the case of 332 2, 98 | divine office whether for the living or ~for the dead, not as 333 2, 99 | he might ~support a yet living father in the latter's old 334 2, 116 | by using violence on the living, as robbers do, or ~by despoiling 335 2, 117 | he "wasted his substance living ~riotously." Therefore it 336 2, 119 | pity on those also who are living in this unhappy state.~Aquin.: 337 2, 122 | have been vanquished in living ~without faith."~Aquin.: 338 2, 135 | have perseverance while living, unless he persevere ~until 339 2, 138 | are necessary for right living. Now in order to live aright 340 2, 173 | body, when we speak of a living body either of a waking 341 2, 176 | But nothing ~hinders a living thing from working through 342 2, 177 | De Anima ii, 4) that "in living things to ~live is to be." 343 2, 177 | to live" comes first to living things through the ~vegetative 344 2, 177 | itself; wherefore every living thing gives proof of ~its 345 2, 177 | Hence "to live" is, in ~living things, "to be," because 346 2, 177 | things, "to be," because living things through having "being" 347 2, 183 | The vows of those who are living in the world are compared ~ 348 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 3: Such ways of living as admit of the use of marriage 349 2, 185 | God's ~servants to make a living by working with their bodies." 350 2, 185 | explains it, "who make a living by meddling in unlawful 351 2, 185 | servants of God ~to make a living by working with their bodies." 352 2, 185 | use the power he had of ~living by the Gospel. The Apostle 353 2, 185 | reasons to refrain from ~living on alms. Hence Augustine 354 2, 185 | they are unable to make a living by working with their hands. ~ 355 2, 185 | Lord, they may make their living ~thereby, according to 2 356 2, 185 | necessity for religious living on ~alms without doing any 357 2, 186 | that they involve man's living apart from his fellow-men, ~ 358 2, 186 | employed ~other things, living according to nature. Wherefore 359 3, 1 | knowledge of God and of holy living; and later on when reverence ~ 360 3, 2 | signify the begetting ~of living beings, which is called " 361 3, 2 | begetting; and because in ~living things the principle of 362 3, 2 | principle of life, for since "in living ~things to be is to live," 363 3, 7 | and time. For if anyone living in France were to know and ~ 364 3, 7 | and ~announce to others living in France what things were 365 3, 7 | meet him. But if anyone ~living in Syria were to announce 366 3, 15 | Himself to us as a pattern of living." Now man ~needs a pattern 367 3, 15 | pattern not merely of right living, but also of repentance 368 3, 21 | flesh have rejoiced in the Living God." Now sensuality is ~ 369 3, 21 | sensuality could ascend ~to the Living God by rejoicing; and with 370 3, 21 | The flesh rejoices in the Living God, not by the act of the ~ 371 3, 22 | dead works, to serve the living God." But dead works ~denote 372 3, 22 | of Himself to God, always living to make ~intercession for 373 3, 22 | come ~to God by Him; always living,' etc.]." And therefore 374 3, 25 | of the same species as a living body: ~consequently it does 375 3, 27 | For the word of God is living and effectual, and more 376 3, 32 | generation, but from that of ~living things, especially animals. 377 3, 33 | for ~he is first of all a living thing, and afterwards, an 378 3, 35 | but only the generation of living ~things. Consequently when 379 3, 35 | only in the generation of living things, which is properly 380 3, 35 | Himself who said, 'I am the living Bread which ~came down from 381 3, 40 | to the common manner of living.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 382 3, 40 | conform to their manner of living; according to the words ~ 383 3, 40 | OBJ 1: In His manner of living our Lord gave an example 384 3, 40 | to the ~common manner of living, after fasting and (retiring 385 3, 42 | but with the Spirit of the living God; ~not in tables of stone, 386 3, 44 | the various astronomers living then throughout the world 387 3, 44 | terrestrial. But fish, from living in water, are more ~alien 388 3, 45 | judge of the dead and the living; by bringing with Him Moses 389 3, 46 | example in ~righteousness of living. But it is part of righteous 390 3, 46 | it is part of righteous living not to stand ~in fear of 391 3, 49 | even with sin, but "faith living" through charity; that thus ~ 392 3, 50 | Whether His was the same body, living and dead?~(6) Whether His 393 3, 50 | body must ~necessarily be a living one, whereas the Godhead 394 3, 50 | necessary for the flesh to be living while ~the union of the 395 3, 50 | so is the lower. ~But the living or animated being is a higher 396 3, 50 | death Christ's body was not living or animated. Therefore ~ 397 3, 50 | identically the same body living and dead?~Aquin.: SMT TP 398 3, 50 | identically the same body ~living and dead. For Christ truly 399 3, 50 | identically the same, dead and living, ~because there is an essential 400 3, 50 | identically the same, dead and living.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 401 3, 50 | diverse. But Christ's ~body, living and dead, was specifically 402 3, 50 | simply identically the same, living and dead. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 403 3, 50 | the tomb." But Christ's living body was circumcised and 404 3, 50 | Therefore it was ~the same body living and dead.~Aquin.: SMT TP 405 3, 50 | in this way the dead and living body ~of Christ was simply 406 3, 50 | subject. But ~Christ's body living and dead was identical in 407 3, 50 | is of the ~essence of a living body; for it is an essential 408 3, 50 | body which ceases to be living does ~not remain totally 409 3, 51 | estimated: since He who while living had no home, after death ~ 410 3, 52 | forth His power on earth by living and dying, so also He might 411 3, 52 | salvation, both of the living and of the dead. But a general 412 3, 52 | Passion is applied to the living through the sacraments ~ 413 3, 52 | were in ~prison" - that is, living in the mortal body, which 414 3, 52 | The holy Fathers while yet living were delivered from ~original 415 3, 55 | He was not desirous ~of living with them constantly as 416 3, 55 | the angels were neither living nor animated, there was ~ 417 3, 59 | God, to be judge of the living end of the dead."~Aquin.: 418 3, 59 | truth, as a kind of law and "living justice" [*Aristotle, Ethic. 419 3, 59 | both of the dead and of the living." And therefore He has ~ 420 3, 59 | God, did not wish ~while living on earth to govern temporarily 421 3, 64 | instruments, and by good men as living instruments.~Aquin.: SMT 422 3, 66 | wherefore seeds, from which all ~living things, viz. plants and 423 3, 66 | Gaudentius: "If ~any people living in your Worship's neighborhood, 424 3, 68 | is it the foundation, but living faith alone, ~"that worketh 425 3, 69 | destroyed, not as though the living flesh of man were ~delivered 426 3, 79 | nourishment is only given to ~the living. Therefore since the spiritual 427 3, 79 | nourishment is confined to the living; and ~because he cannot 428 3, 80 | this it is, to eat the ~living bread." But the sinner does 429 3, 80 | Him; because he has not ~living faith, to which it belongs 430 3, 80 | sacrament, which is the living bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 431 3, 80 | members; and this is done by living faith, which no ~one has 432 3, 80 | therefore sinners, who lack living faith ~regarding Christ 433 3, 82 | Sacrifice in the Church for the living as well as for the dead." ~ 434 3, 82 | Present your bodies a living sacrifice." Hence, too, 435 3, 82 | anyone hear the ~mass of one living in concubinage. However, 436 3, 83 | which is the Church of the living God." Because "outside the 437 3, 83 | upon earth," because while living ~upon earth they are united 438 3, 83 | What is dry, means the living;~What is kept, those at 439 3, 83 | chalice denotes those ~still living in this world. while the 440 3, 89 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A living thing, by dying, ceases 441 3, 89 | had life, ~since certain living things are engendered naturally 442 3, 89 | life, which is due only to living ~works, i.e. those done 443 Suppl, 1 | differs from attrition, as living from dead. Now dead faith ~ 444 Suppl, 1 | Now dead faith ~becomes living. Therefore attrition can 445 Suppl, 1 | lifeless faith becomes ~living faith. But, seemingly, this 446 Suppl, 1 | of lifeless faith becomes living, yet never does an act of 447 Suppl, 1 | faith become an act of living faith, because the lifeless 448 Suppl, 14| charity, which are called living works, are meritorious in 449 Suppl, 25| punishment due ~to those who are living at this moment: and this 450 Suppl, 27| other members ~that are living. But one who is in mortal 451 Suppl, 27| indulgences, from the merits of ~living members.~Aquin.: SMT XP 452 Suppl, 27| indulgences no less than persons living in ~the world.~Aquin.: SMT 453 Suppl, 39| danger of men and ~women living together. But Debbora exercised 454 Suppl, 44| man and woman involving living together in ~undivided partnership."] 455 Suppl, 44| words "involving their living together [consuetudinem] 456 Suppl, 54| another on account of their living together. Now it is ~more 457 Suppl, 59| vowed certain things while ~living in the world is not bound 458 Suppl, 59| husband can withdraw from living with her, as ~stated above ( 459 Suppl, 66| whether the former woman be living or dead. Now this ~man has 460 Suppl, 69| departed are assisted by the living; ~(4) the prayers of the 461 Suppl, 69| part in the affairs of the living, to say nothing of ~others, 462 Suppl, 69| mingle in the affairs of the living. But they would be able 463 Suppl, 69| dead having appeared to the living.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 464 Suppl, 69| from communication with the living. For ~according to the course 465 Suppl, 69| the course of nature men living in mortal bodies are not ~ 466 Suppl, 69| part in the affairs of the ~living. Nevertheless, according 467 Suppl, 69| permitted ~to appear to the living; or again in order to seek 468 Suppl, 69| appear ~when they will to the living, but not the damned; for 469 Suppl, 69| even as the saints ~while living in the flesh are able by 470 Suppl, 69| appear wondrously to the ~living, when they will: while others 471 Suppl, 69| be able to appear to the living as they will, ~that they 472 Suppl, 69| appear as often as when living in the flesh: because when 473 Suppl, 69| instruct or deceive the living. Thus sometimes even the 474 Suppl, 69| Thus sometimes even the living appear ~to others and tell 475 Suppl, 69| was the house of all the living until the ~coming of Christ." 476 Suppl, 70| held by the body ~while living in the body; on the contrary, 477 Suppl, 70| contrary, the soul while living in the ~body is held by 478 Suppl, 70| incorporeal spirit of a ~living man is held by the body, 479 Suppl, 71| assisted by the works of the living?~(3) Whether the suffrages 480 Suppl, 71| assisted by the works of the living?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 481 Suppl, 71| assisted by the works of ~the living. First, because the Apostle 482 Suppl, 71| between ~the dead and the living, as the Philosopher says ( 483 Suppl, 71| Therefore the suffrages of the living do not profit the dead.~ 484 Suppl, 71| Therefore the suffrages of the living profit the dead.~Aquin.: 485 Suppl, 71| that the ~suffrages of the living profit the dead. Therefore 486 Suppl, 71| extends not only to the living, but also to the dead who 487 Suppl, 71| live in the memory of the living: wherefore ~the intention 488 Suppl, 71| wherefore ~the intention of the living can be directed to them. 489 Suppl, 71| Hence the suffrages ~of the living profit the dead in two ways 490 Suppl, 71| even as they profit the living, ~both on account of the 491 Suppl, 71| that the ~suffrages of the living profit them so as to change 492 Suppl, 71| 2~Reply OBJ 1: Man while living in the body merited that 493 Suppl, 71| by the suffrages of the living.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 494 Suppl, 71| between the dead and the living, ~because the dead are outside 495 Suppl, 71| meritorious work must be a living work, that is to ~say, informed 496 Suppl, 71| suffrages according ~as while living they merited to be assisted 497 Suppl, 71| the sinner's deed is not living in so far as it is ~his 498 Suppl, 71| it is ~his own, it may be living in so far as it is another' 499 Suppl, 71| suffrages offered by the living for the dead profit those 500 Suppl, 71| suffrages offered by the living for the dead ~do not profit


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