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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | to be one time for all ~temporal things; since the first 2 1, 10 | there is only one time for temporal things, forasmuch ~as one 3 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All temporal things did not begin together; 4 1, 13 | eternity only by ~way of temporal things, because our intellect 5 1, 13 | affinity to ~compound and temporal things. But demonstrative 6 1, 13 | divine substance is not temporal, but eternal. Therefore 7 1, 13 | in God also. But nothing temporal can be in God, for He is ~ 8 1, 14 | creatures spiritual and temporal, but because He knows ~them, 9 1, 15 | are many, but ~creatures temporal, then the temporal must 10 1, 15 | creatures temporal, then the temporal must be the cause of the 11 1, 16 | the relation ~of time to temporal things, so is that of truth 12 1, 16 | is only one time for all temporal things. Therefore there 13 1, 22 | eternal, and the second is temporal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 14 1, 23 | OBJ 4: Further, nothing temporal enters into the definition 15 1, 23 | grace, which is something temporal, is found in the definition 16 1, 23 | predestination is anything ~temporal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 17 1, 23 | be preceded by anything temporal; ~and in consequence nothing 18 1, 23 | and in consequence nothing temporal can help towards making 19 1, 23 | prayers ~of the saints are temporal, they cannot so help as 20 1, 33 | eternal comes before the temporal. But God is the ~Father 21 1, 42 | which excitation is merely temporal. The eighth is ~transformation, 22 1, 43 | mission is eternal, or only temporal?~(3) In what sense a divine 23 1, 43 | mission is eternal, or only temporal?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 24 1, 43 | a divine ~person is not temporal, but eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 43 | love. Others express the temporal term with the relation to ~ 26 1, 43 | in it in a new mode, ~is temporal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 27 1, 43 | and "giving" have only a temporal significance in God; ~but " 28 1, 43 | have both an eternal and a temporal ~signification: for the 29 1, 43 | 1: Gregory speaks of the temporal generation of the Son, not ~ 30 1, 43 | but also determines the temporal term of the procession. 31 1, 43 | Hence mission is ~only temporal. Or we may say that it includes 32 1, 43 | with the addition of a temporal effect. For the relation 33 1, 43 | procession, eternal and temporal, not that there is a ~double 34 1, 43 | principle, but a double term, temporal and eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 35 1, 43 | sanctification." But mission is a ~temporal procession. Since then the 36 1, 45 | there would be something temporal. Therefore ~creation taken 37 1, 63 | the ~immoderate greed of temporal possessions which serve 38 1, 64 | angels, ~or "through some temporal workings of Divine power," 39 1, 64 | it was made known by some temporal effects, so as to ~strike 40 1, 65 | things which are seen are temporal, ~but the things which are 41 1, 65 | things which are seen are temporal," though true even as regards 42 1, 65 | these visible things, are temporal; while ~those that are invisible 43 1, 42 | which excitation is merely temporal. The eighth is ~transformation, 44 1, 43 | mission is eternal, or only temporal?~(3) In what sense a divine 45 1, 43 | mission is eternal, or only temporal?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 46 1, 43 | a divine ~person is not temporal, but eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 43 | love. Others express the temporal term with the relation to ~ 48 1, 43 | in it in a new mode, ~is temporal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 49 1, 43 | and "giving" have only a temporal significance in God; ~but " 50 1, 43 | have both an eternal and a temporal ~signification: for the 51 1, 43 | 1: Gregory speaks of the temporal generation of the Son, not ~ 52 1, 43 | but also determines the temporal term of the procession. 53 1, 43 | Hence mission is ~only temporal. Or we may say that it includes 54 1, 43 | with the addition of a temporal effect. For the relation 55 1, 43 | procession, eternal and temporal, not that there is a ~double 56 1, 43 | principle, but a double term, temporal and eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 57 1, 43 | sanctification." But mission is a ~temporal procession. Since then the 58 1, 46 | there would be something temporal. Therefore ~creation taken 59 1, 64 | the ~immoderate greed of temporal possessions which serve 60 1, 65 | angels, ~or "through some temporal workings of Divine power," 61 1, 65 | it was made known by some temporal effects, so as to ~strike 62 1, 66 | things which are seen are temporal, ~but the things which are 63 1, 66 | things which are seen are temporal," though true even as regards 64 1, 66 | these visible things, are temporal; while ~those that are invisible 65 1, 78 | the same as eternal, and ~temporal the same as contingent, 66 1, 78 | intent on the disposal of temporal ~things." Therefore the 67 1, 78 | intent on the disposal ~of temporal things." Now these two - 68 1, 78 | two - namely, eternal and temporal - are ~related to our knowledge 69 1, 78 | come through knowledge of ~temporal things to that of things 70 1, 78 | already known, we judge of temporal things, and according ~to 71 1, 78 | things eternal we dispose of temporal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 72 1, 78 | truths are found even ~among temporal things, of which natural 73 1, 92 | process of reasoning in temporal matters from the ~consideration 74 1, 92 | the soul, even as regards temporal objects.~Aquin.: SMT FP 75 1, 92 | from glory to ~glory." But temporal things are known by the 76 1, 92 | in us even according to temporal things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 77 1, 92 | though besides the action of temporal things and the contemplation 78 1, 92 | which is concerned with temporal things, "although a trinity 79 1, 92 | forasmuch as this knowledge of temporal things is adventitious to ~ 80 1, 92 | even the habits whereby temporal things are known are ~not 81 1, 92 | By the vision of glory temporal things will be seen in God ~ 82 1, 92 | such a vision of things temporal will belong to the image 83 2, 2 | wealth and ~for whatsoever temporal goods, the contrary is the 84 2, 2 | of this water," ~by which temporal goods are signified, "shall 85 2, 15 | not for eternal, but for ~temporal reasons, or even on account 86 2, 19 | obey God for the sake of temporal gain. ~Therefore the goodness 87 2, 29 | respect of which, man desires temporal goods for ~himself more 88 2, 36 | is caused by the loss of temporal goods. Therefore, in ~like 89 2, 36 | results from the loss of temporal goods. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 90 2, 39 | evident ~in the case of temporal goods. And, in this respect, 91 2, 39 | this respect, sorrow for temporal ~goods may be useful; according 92 2, 69 | the wicked do not undergo temporal ~punishment in this life, 93 2, 69 | happiness than pleasure, ~temporal and earthly: wherefore by 94 2, 69 | it, viz. in God, but in temporal and perishable ~things. 95 2, 69 | that they may abound in temporal ~goods. Wherefore Our Lord 96 2, 71 | things, and seek after ~temporal things": and again he says ( 97 2, 72 | infinitely apart, since temporal punishment is ~due to venial 98 2, 73 | by ~desiring for himself temporal goods, which are various 99 2, 73 | any excellence, even in ~temporal goods, aggravates a sin, 100 2, 74 | matter in reference to temporal principles, sometimes approves 101 2, 77 | inordinate ~desire for some temporal good. Now the fact that 102 2, 77 | fact that anyone desires a ~temporal good inordinately, is due 103 2, 78 | inordinate will loves some temporal good, e.g. riches ~or pleasure, 104 2, 78 | obtain possession of some ~temporal good. Now evil is merely 105 2, 78 | good, in order to possess a temporal good: ~wherefore he is said 106 2, 84 | inordinate desire for any ~temporal good: and thus it is a genus 107 2, 84 | grows out of the ~love of temporal things.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 108 2, 84 | to obtain all manner ~of temporal goods, according to Eccles. 109 2, 84 | helps one to obtain all temporal goods, is called the ~root 110 2, 84 | after as useful for any temporal end. And ~since a universal 111 2, 84 | s end in acquiring ~all temporal goods is that, through their 112 2, 84 | inordinately his own excellence in temporal things. Wherefore, in the ~ 113 2, 87 | either in spiritual or in temporal matters, as a member either 114 2, 87 | shalt judge it." Now sin is temporal. Therefore ~it does not 115 2, 87 | differs infinitely from temporal ~punishment: whereas no 116 2, 87 | sin incurs a debt of mere temporal punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 117 2, 87 | eternal punishment. ~Therefore temporal punishment is not due for 118 2, 87 | man is too fond of some ~temporal thing, yet would not offend 119 2, 87 | incur everlasting, but ~only temporal punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 120 2, 87 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Temporal and bodily goods are indeed 121 2, 87 | and to award them as much temporal goods or evils, as suffices ~ 122 2, 87 | fact that others receive temporal goods, is detrimental to 123 2, 87 | seemingly, be referred to ~temporal or bodily punishments, in 124 2, 87 | another's sin are bodily and temporal. They are also remedies 125 2, 88 | sins venially, cleaves to temporal good, not as ~enjoying it, 126 2, 88 | end, wherefore it deserves temporal, ~but not everlasting punishment. 127 2, 88 | venial sin incurs a debt of temporal punishment, as stated above ( 128 2, 88 | eternal thing can never become temporal. But mortal ~sin deserves 129 2, 88 | whereas venial sin deserves temporal ~punishment. Therefore a 130 2, 89 | caused by contact with a ~temporal thing, through love thereof 131 2, 89 | soul is in contact with a temporal thing through ~inordinate 132 2, 89 | comes into contact with a temporal ~thing as its end, so that 133 2, 89 | everlasting. Now the debt of temporal ~punishment belongs properly 134 2, 89 | suffers fire, either of ~temporal trials in this life, or 135 2, 89 | withdrawn from the care of temporal ~things, sin venially sometimes, 136 2, 91 | the one eternal, the other temporal, which he calls human.~Aquin.: 137 2, 91 | Faust. iv) that "promises of temporal goods are ~contained in 138 2, 93 | Lib. ~Arb. i, 6) that "in temporal law there is nothing just 139 2, 96 | Although men ~judge about temporal laws when they make them, 140 2, 97 | De Lib. Arb. i, 6): "A temporal law, ~however just, may 141 2, 98 | end of human law is the ~temporal tranquillity of the state, 142 2, 98 | all nations He bestows ~temporal goods, which are of less 143 2, 99 | its ~precepts, by means of temporal promises and threats?~Aquin.: 144 2, 99 | its precepts, by means of temporal promises and threats. ~For 145 2, 99 | Him?" But the desire for temporal goods leads ~man away from 146 2, 99 | bane of charity." Therefore temporal promises and ~threats seem 147 2, 99 | since human law employs temporal ~threats and promises, as 148 2, 99 | stated in Eccles. 9:2, "all" temporal "things equally happen to 149 2, 99 | sacrifices." Therefore temporal goods or evils are not suitably 150 2, 99 | consists in his ~despising temporal things and cleaving to things 151 2, 99 | are yet imperfect desire temporal goods, albeit ~in subordination 152 2, 99 | men to God by means of temporal goods for which the imperfect 153 2, 99 | charity. But the attainment of temporal goods which man ~desires 154 2, 99 | persuades men by means of temporal rewards or ~punishments 155 2, 99 | more from attachment to temporal ~things, and that their 156 2, 99 | was altogether ~fixed on temporal goods, and far removed from 157 2, 100 | certain particular favors temporal and transitory, such as 158 2, 100 | of Christ, which though ~temporal and transitory, brought 159 2, 102 | to the right hand, while temporal nourishment belongs on ~ 160 2, 102 | power is midway between temporal goods and ~spiritual wisdom; 161 2, 102 | both spiritual wisdom and temporal ~goods are dispensed.~Aquin.: 162 2, 102 | Old Law there were seven temporal solemnities, ~and one continual 163 2, 102 | of Divine bliss. Of the temporal feasts the first was that ~ 164 2, 102 | those ~who are clever in temporal affairs, but dull in spiritual 165 2, 105 | born in the land." But in temporal matters concerning ~the 166 2, 106 | save his body, which is a temporal matter. But God provided ~ 167 2, 107 | Old Testament contained temporal promises, whereas ~the New 168 2, 107 | the New Testament contains temporal promises, according to Mk. 169 2, 107 | spoken of as containing ~temporal promises. On the other hand, 170 2, 107 | fear of punishment and by temporal promises.~Aquin.: SMT FS 171 2, 107 | the Law was ~followed by temporal prosperity, as may be gathered 172 2, 108 | relating ~to superiors, temporal or spiritual, referring, 173 2, 108 | they may be ~considered as temporal commands laid upon the apostles 174 2, 108 | were to have spiritual or temporal charge of ~others. But as 175 2, 108 | do no good deed for any temporal whatever. But there are 176 2, 108 | But there are many ~other temporal goods besides the favor 177 2, 108 | revenge, or out of lust for temporal goods, or out of hatred 178 2, 108 | solicitude to be avoided in temporal matters. ~First, we must 179 2, 108 | not be so anxious about temporal ~things, as to despair of 180 2, 111 | prevenient. But grace signifies a temporal effect, ~which can precede 181 2, 113 | regards the condition of ~temporal movements, i.e. we must 182 2, 114 | perseverance?~(10) Whether temporal goods fall under merit?~ 183 2, 114 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether temporal goods fall under merit?~ 184 2, 114 | OBJ 1: It would seem that temporal goods fall under merit. 185 2, 114 | falls under merit. Now, temporal ~goods were promised in 186 2, 114 | 28. Hence it seems that temporal goods fall under merit.~ 187 2, 114 | But God sometimes bestows temporal goods on ~men for services 188 2, 114 | labored for me." Therefore temporal goods fall ~under merit.~ 189 2, 114 | are punished by God with temporal ~punishments, as appears 190 2, 114 | Sodomites, Gn. 19. Hence temporal goods ~fall under merit.~ 191 2, 114 | come upon all ~alike. But temporal goods regard the good and 192 2, 114 | sacrifices." Therefore ~temporal goods do not fall under 193 2, 114 | Hence we must say that if temporal goods are considered as 194 2, 114 | just and wicked, enough temporal goods to ~enable them to 195 2, 114 | everlasting life; and thus these temporal goods ~are simply good. 196 2, 114 | Body Para. 3/3~But if these temporal goods are considered in 197 2, 114 | men are moved by God to do temporal ~works, in which with God' 198 2, 114 | above (AA[3],6), so have temporal goods, ~considered in themselves, 199 2, 114 | Faust. iv, 2), "in these temporal ~promises were figures of 200 2, 114 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Temporal evils are imposed as a punishment 201 2, 114 | regards the substance of temporal good or evil; but not as 202 2, 2 | number of occupations, and temporal needs, or even ~through 203 2, 4 | things, and knowledge about ~temporal things, as Augustine states ( 204 2, 4 | things, and also about some temporal things, it ~seems that faith 205 2, 4 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Temporal matters which are proposed 206 2, 4 | one ~faith of things both temporal and eternal. It is different 207 2, 4 | knowledge, which consider temporal and eternal matters under 208 2, 9 | faith ~itself is something temporal in the mind of the believer. 209 2, 10 | Good by turning to various temporal goods, and also in respect 210 2, 10 | judgment over them, but only temporal judgment, in ~the case when, 211 2, 10 | by the faithful to some temporal ~punishment. On the other 212 2, 10 | of them in the matter of temporal punishment. ~It is under 213 2, 10 | who are subject, even in temporal matters, to the Church and ~ 214 2, 10 | to her or her members, in temporal matters, although she has 215 2, 10 | one who is in danger of temporal death. Now it ~would be 216 2, 10 | one saw a man in danger of temporal death and failed ~to go 217 2, 10 | condemned by the judge to ~temporal death, nobody ought to rescue 218 2, 11 | Now the end of heresy is ~temporal profit, especially lordship 219 2, 11 | opinions, ~for the sake of some temporal profit, especially that 220 2, 11 | forge money, which supports temporal life. Wherefore if ~forgers 221 2, 11 | considers secondarily, viz. ~temporal good, such as life of the 222 2, 11 | salvation takes precedence of temporal good, and because the good 223 2, 11 | save their lives and other temporal ~goods, this might be prejudicial 224 2, 13 | the Lord both inflicted ~temporal punishment on them, since " 225 2, 15 | placed over his people in temporal matters: hence it is especially ~ 226 2, 16 | also for the goods, both temporal and spiritual, of the present 227 2, 18 | the renunciation itself of temporal goods; ~since this is the 228 2, 18 | to the moderate use of ~temporal things or to abstinence 229 2, 23 | inordinate affection for some temporal good.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 230 2, 29 | the spiritual or for the temporal common good of ~his country. 231 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The temporal goods which God grants us, 232 2, 30 | acknowledge them," viz. your temporal goods, "as coming from God, 233 2, 31 | are placed above others in temporal ~matters, i.e. to the rich. 234 2, 31 | as a man ought to bestow temporal favors on those ~especially 235 2, 31 | especially of whom he has temporal care, so too ought he to 236 2, 31 | sinner himself, not only ~in temporal matters wherein a man suffers 237 2, 34 | while, if it be about temporal goods, it may be ~either 238 2, 34 | this because ~he considered temporal goods in themselves, in 239 2, 34 | the ~teaching of faith, temporal goods that accrue to those 240 2, 37 | version]. Now some receive a temporal punishment for the sin ~ 241 2, 38 | should be done to avoid temporal harm. But ~fighting on a 242 2, 38 | through the need of avoiding temporal ~harm.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 243 2, 38 | and innumerable evils both temporal and spiritual ~prevented), 244 2, 40 | sedition is contrary to the temporal or ~secular unity of the 245 2, 41 | of scandal?~(8) Whether temporal things are to be foregone 246 2, 41 | wants of others, either in temporal matters (as by feeding the ~ 247 2, 41 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether temporal goods should be foregone 248 2, 41 | OBJ 1: It would seem that temporal goods should be foregone 249 2, 41 | by scandal, more than any temporal goods whatever. But we ~ 250 2, 41 | Therefore we ~should forego temporal goods in order to avoid 251 2, 41 | order to avoid scandal. Now temporal goods can be foregone ~without 252 2, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no temporal good is more necessary than 253 2, 41 | therefore should all other temporal goods be foregone on account 254 2, 41 | safeguarding and recovering ~temporal goods is the court of justice. 255 2, 41 | that we ought to forego ~temporal goods on account of scandal.~ 256 2, 41 | forego least of all those ~temporal goods which are connected 257 2, 41 | things did not accept a temporal stipend lest he "should 258 2, 41 | ought we to forego other temporal ~goods in order to avoid 259 2, 41 | distinction must be made in temporal goods: for either ~they 260 2, 41 | and we ought not to forego temporal goods for ~the sake of those 261 2, 41 | always bound to forego our temporal ~goods in order to avoid 262 2, 42 | renouncing, as much as possible, temporal ~things, even such as are 263 2, 53 | 6) Of solicitude about temporal things;~(7) Of solicitude 264 2, 53 | lawful to be solicitous about temporal matters?~Aquin.: SMT SS 265 2, 53 | lawful to be solicitous about temporal matters. ~Because a superior 266 2, 53 | ordering, man is placed over temporal things, according to Ps. 267 2, 53 | should be ~solicitous about temporal things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 268 2, 53 | for a man to work for the temporal things whereby he ~sustains 269 2, 53 | to be ~solicitous about temporal things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 270 2, 53 | me." Now solicitude about temporal things is sometimes connected 271 2, 53 | Therefore solicitude about ~temporal things is not unlawful.~ 272 2, 53 | Accordingly solicitude about temporal things may be unlawful in ~ 273 2, 53 | solicitude; that is, if we ~seek temporal things as an end. Hence 274 2, 53 | Secondly, solicitude about temporal things may be unlawful, ~ 275 2, 53 | in endeavoring to obtain temporal things, ~the result being 276 2, 53 | are solicitous in ~seeking temporal goods before all others. 277 2, 53 | spiritual goods, hoping that ~temporal goods also may be granted 278 2, 53 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Temporal goods are subjected to man 279 2, 53 | of mercy solicitude about temporal things is ~directed to charity 280 2, 53 | if a man ~were to seek temporal things, to which the terms " 281 2, 58 | spiritual power is distinct from temporal. Now prelates ~having spiritual 282 2, 58 | authority interferes in those temporal matters that are ~subject 283 2, 58 | to the ~spiritual by the temporal authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS 284 2, 61 | being of greater import than temporal, respect of persons is a ~ 285 2, 67 | the most fearful of all temporal things" (Ethic. ~iii, 6). 286 2, 69 | not to be bartered with temporal ~things. But pleading a 287 2, 71 | good name, because of all temporal things a man's good name 288 2, 76 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, for no temporal advantage ought one to give 289 2, 76 | excused on account of any temporal advantage.~Aquin.: SMT SS 290 2, 80 | devotion of subjects to their temporal masters is of ~another kind, 291 2, 80 | kind, just as service of a temporal master differs from the ~ 292 2, 81 | Whether we ought to ask for temporal things when we pray?~(7) 293 2, 81 | man ought to ask God for temporal things when he prays?~Aquin.: 294 2, 81 | ought not to ask God for temporal things ~when he prays. We 295 2, 81 | we should not seek ~for temporal things, for it is written ( 296 2, 81 | unto you," that is to say, temporal things, which, says He, 297 2, 81 | what we seek. Therefore temporal things ~are not to be asked 298 2, 81 | not to have solicitude for temporal things, according to the ~ 299 2, 81 | we ought not to ask for temporal things when we pray.~Aquin.: 300 2, 81 | God. But by ~asking for temporal things, it descends to things 301 2, 81 | things ~which are seen are temporal, but the things which are 302 2, 81 | ought not to ask God for temporal things when he ~prays.~Aquin.: 303 2, 81 | useful ~things. But sometimes temporal things, when we have them, 304 2, 81 | it is ~lawful to desire temporal things, not indeed principally, 305 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 1: We should seek temporal things not in the first 306 2, 81 | implies that the other" (i.e. temporal goods) "is to be sought ~ 307 2, 81 | Not all solicitude about temporal things is forbidden, but ~ 308 2, 81 | When our mind is intent on temporal things in order that it ~ 309 2, 81 | very fact that we ask for temporal things not as ~the principal 310 2, 81 | in the sense that certain temporal ~evils are sometimes inflicted 311 2, 81 | lawful in praying to ask that temporal ~evils be inflicted on our 312 2, 85 | than for the amassing of ~temporal goods: and hence the Apostle 313 2, 85 | expenses of their ministry, and temporal things are due to those ~ 314 2, 86 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: A vow of temporal continency can be a matter 315 2, 86 | dispensation, as also a vow of temporal prayer or of temporal abstinence. ~ 316 2, 86 | of temporal prayer or of temporal abstinence. ~But the fact 317 2, 86 | vow-breaker if he exchange a temporal service for the perpetual 318 2, 87 | man ought rather to suffer temporal loss, than violate his ~ 319 2, 87 | such occasions take oaths temporal matters, except perhaps ~ 320 2, 93 | restrained from solicitude ~about temporal things: wherefore the New 321 2, 93 | foreknowledge of future events in temporal matters. On the other hand ~ 322 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: No temporal utility can compare with 323 2, 93 | know certain things about temporal affairs." Wherefore ~he 324 2, 95 | s kingdom dispense with temporal aids, ~so as to be freer 325 2, 97 | sacrilege, at least by temporal punishments.~Aquin.: SMT 326 2, 97 | to ~inflict some kind of temporal punishment in addition to 327 2, 98 | who sow spiritual ~things, temporal things are due according 328 2, 98 | freely and out of charity. Temporal ~things are due to the preacher 329 2, 98 | contemptible price." In like manner temporal things are given to those ~ 330 2, 98 | a monastery by means of temporal benefits, ~in order that 331 2, 98 | spiritual things. Seemingly all temporal things are annexed to spiritual ~ 332 2, 98 | spiritual ~things, since temporal things ought to be sought 333 2, 98 | unlawful to sell anything temporal, and ~this is clearly false.~ 334 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 1: All things temporal are annexed to spiritual 335 2, 98 | wherefore it is lawful to sell temporal things, but their ~relation 336 2, 98 | layfolk, but ~merely the temporal commodities which are granted 337 2, 106 | greatest consequence, while temporal ~goods are least important, 338 2, 106 | person is punished in his temporal ~goods without any fault 339 2, 106 | condemned to punishment in temporal matters for the sin of another, 340 2, 106 | because one man may be the temporal goods ~of another, and so 341 2, 106 | the good are punished in temporal matters together with ~the 342 2, 106 | punishes certain persons ~in temporal matters without any fault 343 2, 106 | children are punished in temporal ~matters together with their 344 2, 107 | its object is not ~God but temporal things. For Tully says ( 345 2, 108 | being exchanged for a ~temporal meed. For Gregory says ( 346 2, 108 | eternal life, dwindled into a temporal meed on account of the ~ 347 2, 108 | reward, but perhaps some temporal meed, the deserving of which ~ 348 2, 109 | that he may obtain any ~temporal good in which he fixes his 349 2, 111 | Excellence is twofold: one is in temporal, the other in ~spiritual 350 2, 115 | the ~liberal man even in temporal things to attend so much 351 2, 116 | another man ~lacking them, for temporal goods cannot be possessed 352 2, 116 | eternal for the sake of temporal ~things.~Aquin.: SMT SS 353 2, 116 | generally, in reference to any ~temporal good, not in its special 354 2, 116 | because ~greed for any temporal good is the bane of charity, 355 2, 116 | good through cleaving to a temporal good.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] 356 2, 117 | prodigal seeks to ~acquire some temporal good inordinately, namely, 357 2, 117 | minds all solicitude for temporal things, are not prodigal 358 2, 121 | of a due end, but of some temporal advantage to be obtained, 359 2, 121 | fortitude properly regards those temporal evils ~that withdraw one 360 2, 121 | preservation of a country's ~temporal peace: for Augustine says ( 361 2, 121 | danger of death for the temporal peace of one's country, ~ 362 2, 123 | of death or of any other temporal evil is so disposed as to ~ 363 2, 123 | fear is of evil, either temporal or spiritual. Now ~fear 364 2, 123 | one from sin: and fear of temporal evil does not ~excuse from 365 2, 123 | avoided than the loss of ~temporal goods. Hence a man would 366 2, 123 | yet the ~shortening of temporal life is an evil and consequently 367 2, 123 | opinion of Stoics, who held temporal goods ~not to be man's goods, 368 2, 123 | follows in consequence that temporal evils are ~not man's evils, 369 2, 123 | De Lib. Arb. ii) these temporal things are goods ~of the 370 2, 124 | fear whereby one ~dreads temporal evils, and which results 371 2, 124 | results from the love of temporal goods. ~And every man has 372 2, 124 | man fears death and ~other temporal evils less than he ought, 373 2, 124 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Temporal goods are to be despised 374 2, 124 | tremble at nothing." But temporal goods are not to be despised, 375 2, 130 | a man prefers to God the temporal good in which he glories: ~ 376 2, 138 | Old Testament contained temporal promises, while the ~promises 377 2, 138 | they might bravely endure temporal evils, according to Mt. ~ 378 2, 142 | certain abundance of some ~temporal good; thus a man is more 379 2, 145 | matters of common weal in ~temporal affairs, so it belongs to 380 2, 145 | things should be preferred to temporal, and ~necessary things to 381 2, 145 | bodily works are ~directed to temporal gain; and pilgrimages, though 382 2, 171 | eternal ~truth from which all temporal things are made, we see 383 2, 180 | mind, for it thinks not of temporal but of ~eternal things." 384 2, 180 | joy in ~the presence of temporal goods, nor cast down with 385 2, 182 | will surrender not only temporal but also spiritual goods 386 2, 183 | bishop, on account of ~some temporal persecution, to withdraw 387 2, 183 | neither for the sake of some temporal advantage, nor even on ~ 388 2, 183 | a hireling is to prefer temporal advantage or ~one's bodily 389 2, 183 | should not rely chiefly on temporal wisdom and ~eloquence; thus 390 2, 184 | we must not give up these temporal ~things altogether." Therefore 391 2, 184 | unlawful to renounce all one's ~temporal goods, but that this is 392 2, 184 | only ~spiritual but also temporal things. This belongs to 393 2, 185 | they preached merely for a temporal advantage; ~hence he says ( 394 2, 185 | in which the donors of temporal goods wish to have a ~share, 395 2, 185 | others something whether temporal or spiritual, according 396 2, 186 | burdened thereby ~because their temporal contributions can be liberally 397 2, 186 | a ~man loves himself in temporal matters; whereas the care 398 2, 186 | them with less care for temporal things. And the care of ~ 399 2, 186 | things. And the care of ~temporal things is so much a greater 400 2, 186 | should bear in mind not temporal things which are denoted 401 2, 187 | turning ~inordinately to temporal goods man turns away from 402 2, 187 | the Holy Land, which is a temporal vow; and as ~Alexander III 403 2, 187 | wherefore it is preferred to temporal vows, as stated above (A[ 404 3, 3 | and to be begotten by the ~temporal nativity, inasmuch as He 405 3, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The temporal sonship, whereby Christ 406 3, 3 | something following upon the temporal nativity. Hence, if the 407 3, 3 | eternal ~birth, and the temporal birth would not destroy 408 3, 16 | human nature ~to be created temporal and mutable. Therefore what 409 3, 16 | there are two ~persons - one temporal and the other eternal, which 410 3, 17 | Divine ~Nature, but is a temporal being. Therefore there is 411 3, 18 | For the will ~of man is temporal, and the will of the Godhead 412 3, 22 | offered consisted not in temporal but in eternal good, which ~ 413 3, 24 | considered as regards its temporal ~effect, which is some gratuitous 414 3, 35 | Mother in respect of His temporal ~birth?~(4) Whether she 415 3, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a temporal nativity should be attributed 416 3, 35 | OBJ 1: It would seem that temporal nativity is not to be attributed 417 3, 35 | it seems that He had no temporal birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 418 3, 35 | thought that His Divinity is temporal. Nor do we ~acknowledge 419 3, 35 | Mother in respect of ~His temporal nativity?~Aquin.: SMT TP 420 3, 35 | Mother in respect of His temporal nativity. For, as stated 421 3, 35 | De Fide Orth. iii): "The temporal ~nativity by which Christ 422 3, 35 | eternal depends on what ~is temporal. Therefore Christ is not 423 3, 35 | not His Mother's Son by temporal ~filiation. Either, therefore, 424 3, 35 | be ~her Son by some other temporal filiation. Therefore in 425 3, 35 | the Eternal ~Father and a temporal mother, who are terms altogether 426 3, 35 | various filiations, one temporal and the other ~eternal. 427 3, 35 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Temporal nativity would cause a real 428 3, 35 | nativity would cause a real temporal filiation in ~Christ if 429 3, 35 | cannot be receptive of a temporal ~relation, as stated above. 430 3, 35 | that it is receptive of ~temporal filiation by reason of the 431 3, 35 | it is receptive ~of the temporal nativity; because human 432 3, 35 | filiation does not depend on a temporal mother, but ~together with 433 3, 35 | we understand a certain temporal ~relation dependent on the 434 3, 35 | Father: yet there is another temporal relation in regard to ~His 435 3, 35 | relation in regard to ~His temporal mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 436 3, 37 | saviours ~in a particular and temporal sense. But in the sense 437 3, 41 | as the cause of certain temporal effects," from which they 438 3, 44 | eternal life, but by certain temporal effects of His power." ~ 439 3, 46 | whose operations are but ~temporal, there was something to 440 3, 52 | virtue which was neither temporal nor ~transitory, but everlasting, 441 3, 52 | were ~delivered from the temporal punishment of Purgatory.~ 442 3, 59 | exercise judiciary power over temporal ~concerns, since He came 443 3, 59 | hold Himself aloof from temporal concerns; nor ~does He deign 444 3, 59 | present time God judges both temporal and spiritual matters. Therefore, ~ 445 3, 59 | observed that although man's temporal life in itself ends ~with 446 3, 59 | s heart is set, such as temporal concerns, for example, some ~ 447 3, 68 | than from the ~danger of temporal death. But one ought to 448 3, 68 | threatened by the danger of temporal death, even if its parents 449 3, 69 | punishment of hell, and temporal ~punishment. Christ entirely 450 3, 69 | however, altogether abolish temporal punishment yet awhile; for ~ 451 3, 83 | The third is Christ's temporal and bodily birth, according 452 3, 83 | just as the ordering of temporal affairs is ~subject to the 453 3, 86 | debt, not of eternal but of temporal ~punishment. Consequently 454 3, 86 | albeit a ~debt of some temporal punishment may yet remain. ~ 455 3, 86 | good, for which ~a debt of temporal punishment is due.~Aquin.: 456 3, 86 | remission of the debt of temporal punishment ~belongs to co-operating 457 3, 86 | released also from the debt ~of temporal punishment. Consequently 458 3, 86 | the complete release from ~temporal punishment, since both are 459 3, 86 | not only eternal, but also temporal; and man is released ~from 460 3, 87 | the affections to some ~temporal thing, and this is the result 461 3, 87 | inordinate attachment to the temporal thing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 462 3, 87 | some punishment, albeit ~temporal; for it is written (1 Cor. 463 3, 89 | done from charity, but by a temporal reward: thus ~Gregory declares ( 464 Suppl, 3 | to suffer all manner of temporal ~punishment; else few would 465 Suppl, 3 | only eternal, but ~also temporal death, yet he did not wish 466 Suppl, 4 | punishment being ~commuted into a temporal one, sorrow ought to remain 467 Suppl, 6 | sinner still owes a debt of ~temporal punishment. Moreover, the 468 Suppl, 6 | the penitent expiates his temporal punishment by undergoing 469 Suppl, 6 | the remission of sin, is temporal, wherefore the way of salvation ~ 470 Suppl, 8 | priest?~(7) Whether the temporal punishment should be enjoined 471 Suppl, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the temporal punishment is imposed according 472 Suppl, 8 | It would seem that the temporal punishment, the debt of 473 Suppl, 10| what is either eternal or temporal. ~Now eternal punishment 474 Suppl, 10| remitted by contrition, and temporal punishment ~by satisfaction. 475 Suppl, 10| still remains bound to a temporal punishment, in so far as ~ 476 Suppl, 10| punishment of hell. Which temporal punishment is beyond the ~ 477 Suppl, 13| On the other hand, the temporal punishment due to sin after 478 Suppl, 14| charity merit any, at least temporal, good?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 479 Suppl, 14| merit some, at ~least a temporal, good. For as punishment 480 Suppl, 14| as all things, whether temporal or eternal, are bestowed 481 Suppl, 14| from God either eternal or temporal. ~But since it is befitting 482 Suppl, 14| threefold good, acquisition of ~temporal goods, disposition to grace, 483 Suppl, 14| diminution or postponement of temporal ~punishment, as in the case 484 Suppl, 14| also the ~acquisition of temporal goods.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 485 Suppl, 17| power to remit the debt of temporal ~punishment, which debt 486 Suppl, 17| his yet owing a debt of temporal punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 487 Suppl, 18| sin deserves eternal and temporal punishment. But after ~the 488 Suppl, 18| still obliged to undergo temporal ~punishment either in Purgatory 489 Suppl, 18| Further, the whole of the temporal punishment due for a sin 490 Suppl, 18| the ~priest can enjoin a temporal punishment. Therefore he 491 Suppl, 18| cannot remit ~sin as to the temporal punishment, he would be 492 Suppl, 18| grace is increased and the ~temporal punishment is remitted, 493 Suppl, 18| forgiven. However, this temporal punishment is not ~entirely 494 Suppl, 18| something is taken off the temporal punishment, the debt of ~ 495 Suppl, 18| does this apply only to the temporal punishment which the penitent 496 Suppl, 18| does not remit the entire temporal punishment, ~but part of 497 Suppl, 18| inclined to mercy than any temporal ~lord. Therefore it seems 498 Suppl, 19| people, which power was not temporal, else the kingly power would 499 Suppl, 19| Their power is confined to ~temporal matters, and this too can 500 Suppl, 20| better regulated than ~in temporal matters. But in temporal


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