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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | speculative sciences; in point of greater certitude, because 2 1, 1 | which cannot be misled: in point of the higher worth of ~ 3 1, 3 | privations. For example, a point and unity are ~reduced to 4 1, 3 | beyond that genus; as, a point is the principle of ~continuous 5 1, 3 | 1~I answer that, On this point there have been three errors. 6 1, 5 | higher and more universal point of ~view, we shall find 7 1, 8 | of the ~continuous; as a point in permanent things, and 8 1, 10 | way of negation; as "a ~point is that which has no parts." 9 1, 11 | things; and hence we define a point to be, "what has no part," 10 1, 11 | potentially indivisible; such as a point and unity. But a ~thing 11 1, 11 | than unity is "one" and a point is "one."~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 11 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A point and unity which is the principle 13 1, 14 | Some have erred on this point, saying that God knows ~ 14 1, 14 | said ~previously, that a point and every indivisible thing 15 1, 16 | must be regarded ~from the point of view of the intellect, 16 1, 19 | entirely unchangeable. On this point ~we must consider that to 17 1, 28 | la Porree erred on this ~point, but revoked his error later 18 1, 28 | is to inhere. The other point of remark is the ~proper 19 1, 29 | are comprised in the first point:(1) The ~definition of " 20 1, 30 | In order to resolve this point, we may observe that all 21 1, 30 | sufficiently prove the point advanced. Although the idea 22 1, 32 | two ways to establish a point: ~firstly, for the purpose 23 1, 32 | evident when we consider each point; for the infinite goodness 24 1, 33 | as when we say ~that a point is the principle of a line; 25 1, 33 | negations; as, for instance, a point is defined as what has ~ 26 1, 36 | a line proceeds from a ~point, a ray from the sun, a stream 27 1, 36 | explicit declaration on that ~point; whereas, later on, when 28 1, 36 | Damascene. Hence, in that point his opinion is not to be 29 1, 39 | is considered. The fourth point of ~consideration embraces 30 1, 39 | 10~According to the first point of consideration, whereby 31 1, 39 | seems grammatically to point to a particular person, 32 1, 39 | everything that we can point to can be grammatically 33 1, 40 | opinions have been held on this point. Some ~have said that the 34 1, 42 | the issue of a line from a point; ~wherein is wanting equality 35 1, 42 | according to site, as a ~point; according to intellect, 36 1, 43 | different opinions on this point. Some say that ~the divine 37 1, 44 | government. Concerning the ~first point there are three things to 38 1, 46 | after," before any one point in a ~given movement - that 39 1, 52 | angel to be like that of a point; consequently they ~thought 40 1, 52 | only in a place which is a point. But they ~were manifestly 41 1, 52 | manifestly deceived, because a point is something indivisible, 42 1, 53 | the line is not in the ~point. Therefore it is necessary 43 1, 53 | indivisible, is confined to ~a point. Therefore if the angel 44 1, 53 | because every distinct point in the ~magnitude of the 45 1, 53 | a place, and a distinct ~point in the magnitude of the 46 1, 53 | and is not always a mere point. Yet even ~the intermediate 47 1, 58 | according as they agree in one point of comparison. ~From this 48 1, 61 | twofold opinion on this point to be found in ~the writings 49 1, 62 | conflicting opinions on this point, ~some holding that the 50 1, 63 | twofold opinion on this point. But the more ~probable 51 1, 65 | that differ agree in some point, there must be ~some cause 52 1, 66 | 2~I answer that, On this point holy men differ in opinion. 53 1, 66 | Nor does it concern the point at issue to inquire whether 54 1, 68 | starry firmament, on which point it is ~necessary to set 55 1, 68 | divided, but up to a certain point only.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] 56 1, 68 | 6~I answer that, On this point there seems to be a diversity 57 1, 74 | return of the sun to the ~point from which it commenced 58 1, 76 | as to this ~particular point, whether there be one intellect 59 1, 39 | is considered. The fourth point of ~consideration embraces 60 1, 39 | 10~According to the first point of consideration, whereby 61 1, 39 | seems grammatically to point to a particular person, 62 1, 39 | everything that we can point to can be grammatically 63 1, 40 | opinions have been held on this point. Some ~have said that the 64 1, 42 | the issue of a line from a point; ~wherein is wanting equality 65 1, 42 | according to site, as a ~point; according to intellect, 66 1, 43 | different opinions on this point. Some say that ~the divine 67 1, 45 | government. Concerning the ~first point there are three things to 68 1, 47 | after," before any one point in a ~given movement - that 69 1, 53 | angel to be like that of a point; consequently they ~thought 70 1, 53 | only in a place which is a point. But they ~were manifestly 71 1, 53 | manifestly deceived, because a point is something indivisible, 72 1, 54 | the line is not in the ~point. Therefore it is necessary 73 1, 54 | indivisible, is confined to ~a point. Therefore if the angel 74 1, 54 | because every distinct point in the ~magnitude of the 75 1, 54 | a place, and a distinct ~point in the magnitude of the 76 1, 54 | and is not always a mere point. Yet even ~the intermediate 77 1, 59 | according as they agree in one point of comparison. ~From this 78 1, 62 | twofold opinion on this point to be found in ~the writings 79 1, 63 | conflicting opinions on this point, ~some holding that the 80 1, 64 | twofold opinion on this point. But the more ~probable 81 1, 66 | that differ agree in some point, there must be ~some cause 82 1, 67 | 2~I answer that, On this point holy men differ in opinion. 83 1, 67 | Nor does it concern the point at issue to inquire whether 84 1, 69 | starry firmament, on which point it is ~necessary to set 85 1, 69 | divided, but up to a certain point only.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] 86 1, 69 | 6~I answer that, On this point there seems to be a diversity 87 1, 73 | return of the sun to the ~point from which it commenced 88 1, 75 | as to this ~particular point, whether there be one intellect 89 1, 78 | conclusions. From this point of view it matters not whether ~ 90 1, 83 | 4~I answer that, On this point the philosophers held three 91 1, 84 | intellect with ~sense on this point. For sense is not deceived 92 1, 84 | of ~the divisible; as a point comes into the definition 93 1, 84 | altogether ~indivisible, as a point and unity, which cannot 94 1, 84 | divisibility. Wherefore a point is defined by ~way of privation " 95 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A point is not included in the definition 96 1, 84 | circular line, there is no point, save potentially. Euclid 97 1, 84 | therefore he mentions a point in the ~definition, as the 98 1, 87 | nearer do we come to the point of perfect union ~between 99 1, 92 | this preposition 'to' may point to the exemplar cause, as 100 1, 92 | the term "image" from one ~point of view and from another 101 1, 93 | existence; and in ~this point the state of the separate 102 1, 93 | of the ~Sentences in this point.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 103 1, 94 | not grace. ~But in this point there is a difference, inasmuch 104 1, 102 | to fly towards a certain point is an impression from the 105 1, 102 | very fact that from one ~point of view something seems 106 1, 102 | the arrow ~towards a fixed point is nothing but an impulse 107 1, 105 | 2/4~Concerning the first point, there are three things 108 1, 105 | for the former seems to point ~to the stain of sin which 109 1, 109 | have been deceived on this point, through ~supposing a form 110 1, 109 | inferior nature at its highest point is in conjunction ~with 111 1, 117 | enough (Q[25], A[3]) on this point, nor need we ~repeat it 112 2, 1 | matter of ends, from any point of view. For in ~whatsoever 113 2, 3 | in their operations"; a point which will ~be explained 114 2, 4 | to the spirit. On this point we shall treat in the Third 115 2, 5 | operation it consists: on this point we shall speak further on ~( 116 2, 10 | universally and from every point of view, the will tends 117 2, 10 | is ~not good from every point of view, it will not tend 118 2, 10 | non-goods: and from this point of view, they can be set 119 2, 11 | local movement, although any point between the two ~terms is 120 2, 12 | movement. Secondly, ~some point midway, which is the beginning 121 2, 13 | of them some particular point ~of superiority, so that 122 2, 14 | with that which is first in point of time.~Aquin.: SMT FS 123 2, 18 | particular term, for at any ~point it can still proceed further. 124 2, 19 | respective quantities from the point of view ~of the object, 125 2, 19 | the ~Divine will, in the point of the thing willed, it 126 2, 19 | to ~appear good from one point of view, and not good from 127 2, 19 | and not good from another point of ~view. And therefore 128 2, 19 | the family, and from this point of view ~she wishes her 129 2, 19 | conformed ~thereto in the point of the last end. While, 130 2, 19 | his ~will to God's, in the point of the very thing willed; 131 2, 20 | for it to be good in one point only, it ~must be good in 132 2, 20 | in three ways. First in point of number; if, for instance, 133 2, 20 | the result. Secondly, in ~point of extension: when, for 134 2, 20 | better or worse. Thirdly, in point of ~intensity: for these 135 2, 20 | order, is not one in the ~point of moral unity.~Aquin.: 136 2, 23 | two ways: first, ~from the point of view of their species 137 2, 23 | water; secondly, from the point of view of the difference 138 2, 28 | friend, when he makes a point of repelling ~whatever may 139 2, 33 | when a man arrives at the point of perfection in bodily ~ 140 2, 33 | nature. Hence when their point of perfection is ~reached, 141 2, 34 | desires, which precede them in point of ~time. Wherefore, since 142 2, 34 | pleasures are uniform in the point of their being the ~repose 143 2, 35 | exterior pain agree in one point and differ ~in two. They 144 2, 35 | another. Wherefore, from this ~point of view, inward pain surpasses 145 2, 39 | the evil. And from this point of view, all shun sorrow, ~ 146 2, 40 | attempt everything seems to point to ~great hopes; while folly 147 2, 42 | that they are on the ~very point of a death from which there 148 2, 42 | Sorrow and fear agree in one point, since each regards ~evil: 149 2, 42 | other things, merely in the point of their lasting long or ~ 150 2, 49 | dispositions, differing in the point of being easily or ~difficultly 151 2, 49 | some regard a thing in the ~point of its being in a state 152 2, 50 | has been brought to the point that it is able ~to heat 153 2, 52 | individual; but down to a certain point it may decrease and still 154 2, 53 | which are the starting ~point of the reason: for the assertion " 155 2, 55 | which it is the limit; as a point is ~reducible to the genus 156 2, 55 | virtue. For the furthest point to which a power can reach, 157 2, 57 | Consequently, if we consider the point aright, these three virtues 158 2, 57 | commanded aright in the point of ~what has to be done.~ 159 2, 59 | Peripatetics disagreed on this point, as ~Augustine relates ( 160 2, 59 | of the human soul, in the point of their being movements 161 2, 59 | or will; but ~only in the point of the passions being, as 162 2, 59 | Therefore at its highest point of perfection it is altogether 163 2, 60 | moral virtues differ in point of the various objects of ~ 164 2, 60 | moral virtues differ in point of the various objects of 165 2, 61 | division are on a par in the point of the generic idea; ~although 166 2, 61 | before another, even in the point of the generic idea; as 167 2, 61 | the moral virtues, in the point of their subject, they do 168 2, 61 | they may be considered in point of their being denominated, ~ 169 2, 61 | temperance. It is only in the ~point of having discretion, which 170 2, 65 | done," and the ~starting point of reason is the end of 171 2, 65 | thing when we are on the point of having it, ~according 172 2, 66 | it were ~an indivisible point, as the Stoics thought; 173 2, 70 | anger. ~Fourthly, in the point of our refraining from doing 174 2, 71 | if it surpasses it in a point which is proper to both; 175 2, 73 | Law, but offend in one ~point, is become guilty of all." 176 2, 73 | sinner is not directed to the point of straying from the path 177 2, 73 | whoever "offends in one point, is become guilty of ~all," 178 2, 74 | approves of any sin, as to point, if possible, to its consummation 179 2, 74 | various opinions on this point, for some ~have held that 180 2, 84 | princes"; indeed this is the ~point of nearly the whole chapter. 181 2, 84 | excellence. Therefore, from this point of view, pride, ~which is 182 2, 84 | riches; so that, from this ~point of view, covetousness is 183 2, 84 | be the root from another point of view, ~as stated above ( 184 2, 84 | good intention, seems to point to ignorance, in so far 185 2, 85 | obstacle being ~removed, do not point to equal effects. For supposing 186 2, 87 | proportionate to sin in point of severity, ~both in Divine 187 2, 87 | punishment to ~equal fault in point of duration. For the fact 188 2, 87 | corresponds to fault in the point of severity. And a fault 189 2, 89 | apply to the question in point. Consequently what is ~venial 190 2, 89 | which is not the case in point. Therefore an angel can 191 2, 94 | principle to a particular point of practice, on account 192 2, 95 | of nature. ~But if in any point it deflects from the law 193 2, 95 | irrational; but not in the point of its being white or black, 194 2, 95 | live together, which is a point of ~the law of nature, since 195 2, 96 | the ~observance of some point of law conduces to the common 196 2, 98 | like manner, from ~this point of view, the state of clerics 197 2, 99 | became obscured in the point of things to be done in 198 2, 100 | forbidden except as to the point of their being worshipped 199 2, 100 | be found wanting in some point of service to him.~Aquin.: 200 2, 100 | that man is a debtor in the point of rendering ~a service 201 2, 100 | direct their actions to some point ~of utility. Consequently 202 2, 100 | adultery, or not - in this point they ~admit of change; sometimes 203 2, 100 | Body Para. 3/4~The second point is that a man should act " 204 2, 100 | Body Para. 4/4~The third point is that he should "act from 205 2, 100 | are true up to a certain point. Because the act of ~charity 206 2, 101 | to be very ~much to the point, since the word "ceremony" 207 2, 101 | be considered. The first point is their preparation for ~ 208 2, 101 | sacraments" refer. The ~second point is their particular mode 209 2, 102 | the Divine excellence; or point out the ~disposition of 210 2, 102 | can be gathered from the point of view of their ~being 211 2, 102 | have been built so as to point to the east rather than 212 2, 102 | distinct from others in ~some point of excellence. Hence too 213 2, 102 | clearly designates men at the ~point of starting on a journey. 214 2, 102 | to them; but in order to point out the effect of the ~sacrifice 215 2, 103 | 1/3~Reply OBJ 1: On this point there seems to have been 216 2, 105 | Polit. ii, 6. The other point is to be observed in respect 217 2, 105 | lately acquired, or is on the point of having, and ~consequently 218 2, 105 | of view. First, from the point of view of the ~individual, 219 2, 105 | life is ~preserved from the point of view of the species, 220 2, 107 | ways, considered from the point of view of the end. First, ~ 221 2, 107 | the Old Law except ~in the point of ceremonial precepts, 222 2, 107 | explicitly and ~openly as a point of faith, is contained in 223 2, 107 | those of the Old Law, in the point of their being set forth 224 2, 107 | murder." And ~it is in the point of declarations of this 225 2, 109 | Out. Para. 2/3~The first point of consideration will be 226 2, 113 | as a body approaches one point and withdraws from ~another 227 2, 114 | he was deceived on this ~point for a time, believing the 228 2, 1 | Consequently from this point of view also the object 229 2, 1 | First Truth: and from ~this point of view there is no distinction 230 2, 1 | can be considered from our point of ~view; and thus the formal 231 2, 1 | something unseen; and from this point of view there are various 232 2, 1 | were removed from Christ in point of time, the further they ~ 233 2, 1 | the Holy Ghost. From this point of view, there was a ~sufficient 234 2, 1 | in order to ~settle this point. In like manner it was necessary 235 2, 1 | everlasting, can from one point of view be united together 236 2, 1 | end; while, from another ~point of view, they can be distinct 237 2, 1 | be more explicit on that point. ~For this reason it is 238 2, 2 | assent to such and such a point of faith; and thus an act 239 2, 2 | to be satisfied on that point, through Christ: hence the 240 2, 2 | Further, he who assents to a point of faith, either has a ~ 241 2, 4 | which faith is preferable in point of certitude, by reason 242 2, 4 | knowledge of faith in the point of their greater clearness, 243 2, 5 | shall . . . offend in one point is become guilty ~of all."~ 244 2, 5 | since by failing ~in one point, a man loses his faith altogether, 245 2, 5 | consider faith from the point of view of its ~participation 246 2, 6 | in part, namely, in the point of ceasing from committing ~ 247 2, 8 | reach to ~a certain fixed point. Consequently man needs 248 2, 10 | derive its species from this point of ~view, in fact it is 249 2, 10 | follows: and it is from this point of ~view that unbelief derives 250 2, 10 | to faith: and from this point of ~view, he who resists 251 2, 10 | surpasses the second from the point of ~view of guilt; since, 252 2, 10 | against unbelievers ~in the point of inflicting spiritual 253 2, 11 | Wherefore, as to the case in point also, the proximate end 254 2, 11 | Consequently, from this point of view, heretics who return 255 2, 13 | regard the question in point, because this sin against 256 2, 16 | mean or extremes in the ~point of trusting to the First 257 2, 18 | loves ~himself from the point of view of his own good, 258 2, 18 | beginning of wisdom is the point where wisdom ~begins to 259 2, 18 | implies separation, in the point of not presuming to equal ~ 260 2, 19 | other two sins from our point of ~view, then despair is 261 2, 23 | not apply to the case in point, since ~the subject of charity 262 2, 23 | not apply to the case ~in point, since there is but one 263 2, 23 | not occur in the case in point: ~because there is no need 264 2, 23 | subject, both from the general point of view of form in ~comparison 265 2, 23 | matter, and from the specific point of view of habit as ~compared 266 2, 23 | passage quoted speaks from the point of view of the ~power of 267 2, 30 | is thus in the case ~in point.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 268 2, 30 | it would be possible to point to some fixed time when 269 2, 33 | all ~of which seems to point to humility. Therefore sloth 270 2, 33 | counts, both in itself and in point of ~its effect. Consequently 271 2, 45 | for themselves in this ~point at least, that they require 272 2, 50 | prudence. For "the highest point of that which is underneath 273 2, 56 | to other virtues in the point of their external ~operations, 274 2, 57 | perfects the will solely in the point ~of its extending to operations 275 2, 57 | external action. Now in the ~point of doing and suffering injustice, 276 2, 58 | befitting the matter in ~point, for instance when a thing 277 2, 58 | who interprets a doubtful point ~for the best, turns to 278 2, 60 | time is determinate in the point of restitution being immediate.~ 279 2, 61 | to do with the matter in point, he who is ~elected will, 280 2, 63 | immediately on them, and from this point of view it is a less ~grievous 281 2, 65 | regard to the question in point, two things may be observed 282 2, 67 | a third time on the same point [*Can. Si autem, caus. ii, 283 2, 67 | Moreover it would seem to point to levity of mind for a 284 2, 67 | a third time on the same point, is that it is not ~probable 285 2, 67 | resists ~the power in the point of its being ordained by 286 2, 68 | three disagrees in some point. ~Therefore it is of no 287 2, 68 | witnesses agreed in every point, even in the minutest of 288 2, 75 | themselves, and from this point of view, buying ~and selling 289 2, 76 | one is in duty bound by a ~point of honor, to repay anyone 290 2, 76 | answer to the question in point that it is by ~no means 291 2, 76 | fallen among thieves to point out his property to them ~( 292 2, 77 | considering it from the ~point of view of legal injustice.~ 293 2, 78 | may be considered from the point of view of the debtor, and 294 2, 78 | be ~considered from the point of view of the person to 295 2, 78 | towards others, from which point of view the Philosopher ~ 296 2, 81 | Cor. ~10:31). From this point of view prayer ought to 297 2, 83 | all ~are agreed on this point, but the determination of 298 2, 84 | first-fruits." Now it is a point of natural law that man 299 2, 87 | discussion to wish to prove one's point by an oath.~Aquin.: SMT 300 2, 87 | answer to the question in point it must be stated that an ~ 301 2, 87 | Secondly, as regards the ~point to be confirmed by oath, 302 2, 87 | of the ~swearer, in the point of his swearing to what 303 2, 94 | applies to the case in ~point.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 304 2, 97 | withheld from him. The second point to ~be considered is utility. 305 2, 98 | one be not certain ~on the point, one ought not to give credence 306 2, 99 | we ~must, as regards this point, abandon and hate them. 307 2, 101 | those who honor ~him, in the point of his being more excellent 308 2, 102 | things, so too has he in the point of obeying his superiors. 309 2, 102 | religion. Wherefore from this point of view ~it is more praiseworthy 310 2, 102 | virtues may ~precede, even in point of time, all virtuous acts: 311 2, 102 | all virtues, neither in point of time nor by ~nature.~ 312 2, 103 | And since it seems ~to point to a certain excellence 313 2, 112 | relations with ~one another, in point of both deeds and words, 314 2, 116 | keeping of riches from the point of view of legal ~due, so 315 2, 116 | looking at the matter from the point of view not of ~the legal 316 2, 116 | graver the sin. From this point of view a sin that is against 317 2, 116 | Divine ~good. From this point of view the sin of covetousness, 318 2, 116 | is to be judged from the point of view of ~the good corrupted, 319 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In point of fact there is one affirmative 320 2, 120 | observed, ~neither in the point of the Sabbath day, nor 321 2, 120 | a moral precept in ~the point of commanding man to aside 322 2, 120 | themselves, are changeable in point of place and time.~Aquin.: 323 2, 120 | precedence of others in point of generality and importance. 324 2, 122 | would seem very much to the point in the case of martyrdom, 325 2, 122 | 2: Further, it seems to point to greater perfection that 326 2, 122 | qu. 36). And from this point ~of view it is clear that 327 2, 123 | Fear excuses, not in the point of its sinfulness, but in ~ 328 2, 123 | sinfulness, but in ~the point of its involuntariness.~ 329 2, 125 | opposed to fortitude, in the point of excessive daring, there 330 2, 125 | vice opposed to ~it in the point of deficient daring. But 331 2, 127 | of view. First, from the point ~of view of reason, in so 332 2, 127 | 3), "the ~magnanimous in point of quantity goes to extremes," 333 2, 127 | others, for it is also a point of excellence in a man that 334 2, 129 | him but to God. The second point that calls for ~observation 335 2, 131 | considers pusillanimity from the point of ~view of its effect.~ 336 2, 131 | This argument considers the point of view of cause. Nor is ~ 337 2, 132 | with ~this virtue in the point of matter: but it is reckoned 338 2, 132 | agrees with fortitude in the point ~that as fortitude tends 339 2, 134 | but it will remain in the point of being ~subject to God. 340 2, 134 | death; and it is from ~this point of view that the objection 341 2, 134 | which is a ~long way off in point of time: hence the comparison 342 2, 134 | no difficulty save in the point of time, ~since what is 343 2, 135 | with ~fortitude, in the point of standing firm against 344 2, 135 | not the same thing in the point of ~their difference, as 345 2, 139 | moral goodness, from the point of view of decorum] is a ~ 346 2, 140 | temperance is. And from this point of view cowardice has a ~ 347 2, 140 | whatever: and from this point of view ~there is no need 348 2, 143 | moral goodness, from the point of view of decorum.]~We 349 2, 143 | because they excel in the point of a greater good: yet ~ 350 2, 144 | regulation of food, in the point of quantity and ~quality, 351 2, 144 | of the ~body: but in the point of internal affections with 352 2, 145 | brought to bear on the point. For if the reason be evident, 353 2, 146 | the ~greatest. From this point of view gluttony is not 354 2, 146 | who sins, and from this point ~of view the sin of gluttony 355 2, 146 | matters. Thirdly, from the ~point of view of the result that 356 2, 148 | take ~too much drink to the point of being drunk, is a mortal 357 2, 148 | excuse for sin, not in the point of ~its being itself a sin, 358 2, 148 | itself a sin, but in the point of the defect that results 359 2, 150 | Ethic. ~iv, 3) that "in point of quantity he goes to the 360 2, 150 | goes to the extreme, but in point of ~becomingness he follows 361 2, 151 | objection is not to the point. If, ~however, it denote 362 2, 151 | sins; but in the special point of ~desiring carnal pleasures 363 2, 152 | fornication, save in the point of a man having intercourse 364 2, 152 | potentially, and from this point of view murder is a more 365 2, 152 | opposed to ~matrimony, in the point of breaking the marriage 366 2, 155 | This applies to the case in point; ~because through the passion 367 2, 155 | pertains to equity. The other point is a ~certain moderation 368 2, 156 | is a mortal sin in the ~point of its genus, because it 369 2, 156 | not a mortal sin in the ~point of its genus; yet it may 370 2, 156 | anger, that is the chief point of consideration in the ~ 371 2, 156 | moral goodness, from the point of view ~of decorum; Cf. 372 2, 160 | thus in the question in point: for it pertains to unbelief ~ 373 2, 161 | were made sinners in the point of original sin. Therefore ~ 374 2, 167 | A[1] Body Para. 2/4~In point of excess, this inordinate 375 2, 167 | 1] Body Para. 4/4~In the point of deficiency there may 376 2, 169 | reference to the third ~point just mentioned, which regards 377 2, 170 | external actions, from this point of view an evil life is 378 2, 172 | they instructed on this point, and after Him more fully ~ 379 2, 173 | afterwards he questioned the point, when taking cognizance 380 2, 178 | moves ~uniformly round one point as center, another is the " 381 2, 178 | which a thing goes from one point to another; the third is " 382 2, 178 | which one proceeds from ~one point to another is compared to 383 2, 178 | pitch. Now the ~highest point of contemplation is to reach 384 2, 180 | the soul; and from this point of view the active life 385 2, 181 | its own disposition in the point of a certain ~immobility 386 2, 182 | we compare things in the point of super-eminence, we ~look 387 2, 182 | will excel in the first point, ~and in the other points 388 2, 182 | of order excels in the ~point of dignity, since by holy 389 2, 187 | sometimes it follows them in point of time. For such is the 390 2, 187 | that it precedes them in point of ~time, for a thing is 391 2, 187 | to do with the ~case in point.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 392 2, 187 | quoted of David is not to the point, because "the arms of ~Saul," 393 3, 5 | on being overcome on this point by the Gospel witness, they ~ 394 3, 16 | discern ~the reason and point of view of what is said."~ 395 3, 25 | s cross we consider the point of view and ~intention of 396 3, 27 | 4~I answer that, on this point there are various opinions. 397 3, 27 | second, ~appears (1) from the point of view of deliverance from 398 3, 27 | It appears (2) from the point of view of ordering to ~ 399 3, 27 | of reason (which is the ~point discussed by Augustine); 400 3, 31 | error ~may occur on this point. First, by attributing to 401 3, 32 | 2: It seems that on this point there is a difference of ~ 402 3, 33 | is not so in the case in point. ~Therefore this conception 403 3, 36 | There was also ~another point of contrast: for the Magi 404 3, 36 | like the milestones that point out the way but ~walk not" ( 405 3, 39 | of the number ~seems to point to this. For thirty is product 406 3, 43 | in need of a teacher to point Him out ~to them."~Aquin.: 407 3, 44 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/4~On this point, however, credence is to 408 3, 44 | not begin from the same ~point," i.e. on the same side 409 3, 44 | back to the light: and to point out that each ~step forward 410 3, 46 | extremes ~from their central point of contact denotes the power 411 3, 46 | the sun is at its ~highest point, and yet the contrary appears 412 3, 46 | the sun is at its highest point in each day at the ~sixth 413 3, 46 | also it reaches its highest point in every year at the ~summer 414 3, 49 | by his tempting. Another ~point is on God's part, whom man 415 3, 49 | Para. 2/2~As to the first point, by Christ's Passion man 416 3, 53 | all have received." But in point of time ~some others had 417 3, 53 | gloss, "He ~rose first in point of time and dignity."~Aquin.: 418 3, 56 | with the Word, is first in point of time, so also is it first 419 3, 60 | Nevertheless the principle point to observe is the extent 420 3, 60 | Body Para. 2/4~The other point to be considered is the 421 3, 62 | that which is subsequent in point of time, from causing ~movement, 422 3, 62 | which is subsequent in point of time, ~moves the agent 423 3, 62 | efficient cause ~cannot in point of time come into existence 424 3, 64 | 1/3~Reply OBJ 2: On this point there are two opinions. 425 3, 65 | sacraments; while from the point of view of perfection, order 426 3, 65 | greater ~from a certain point of view which is not greater 427 3, 67 | A[6] Body Para. 2/3~The point to be observed, however, 428 3, 68 | future sins. Now this is the ~point to be considered - that 429 3, 72 | Spain: ~"Concerning the point on which you sought to be 430 3, 72 | for those who are on the point of ~death, yet the graces 431 3, 72 | to those who are on the point of death: and so it ~should 432 3, 72 | be given to ~those on the point of death, that they may 433 3, 72 | combat, those who are on the point of death do not need this 434 3, 75 | Articles he introduced a new point of inquiry, that of the 435 3, 75 | But this is not to the point, because although the change 436 3, 75 | of the two lines, but one point on the part of the place 437 3, 75 | movements, as a line and point are of a ~body, but only 438 3, 78 | rather than determining the point.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 439 3, 78 | been many opinions on this point. Some have ~said that in 440 3, 80 | some have erred upon this point, saying that ~Christ's body 441 3, 82 | of priests differ in the point of being ~good and better, 442 3, 82 | they likewise differ in the point of being good and ~bad. 443 3, 83 | his hands as he prays, to ~point out that his prayer is directed 444 3, 85 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In point of fact, penance has indeed 445 3, 85 | citizens are equal, in the point of being immediately under 446 3, 85 | habit of charity are, in point of time, simultaneous with 447 3, 85 | penance is the first in point of time, in comparison with 448 3, 85 | approach to the other, in point of time; and also in the 449 3, 88 | shall offend in one point, is become guilty of all." 450 3, 90 | which does not apply to the point in question. Wherefore others ~ 451 3, 90 | not apply to the case in point. Therefore it follows ~that 452 3, 90 | completed in one ~single point, as stated above (A[2], 453 Suppl, 1 | passion. But the ~question in point does not refer to contrition 454 Suppl, 6 | But this is not to the point; for religious have no obligations 455 Suppl, 8 | Whether a penitent, at the point of death, can be absolved 456 Suppl, 8 | that a penitent, at the point of death, cannot be ~absolved 457 Suppl, 8 | man who ~repents at the point of death. Therefore he cannot 458 Suppl, 11| thus as to the case in point, the abbot should advise ~ 459 Suppl, 12| satisfaction from this point of view. And yet it is possible 460 Suppl, 13| But this is not to the point, since ~satisfaction does 461 Suppl, 17| Thus it is in the case in point. For it is the second key, 462 Suppl, 19| later teaching ~on this point, Cf. TP, Q[48], A[6]; FS, 463 Suppl, 19| later teaching on this point, cf. TP, Q[48], A[6]; FS, ~ 464 Suppl, 19| as it ~is in the case in point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 465 Suppl, 24| the argument is not to the point. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[24] A[ 466 Suppl, 25| 5~I answer that, on this point there are many opinions. 467 Suppl, 29| potentially several - as a point, and unity. Secondly, as 468 Suppl, 29| are two opinions on this point. For some hold that ~this 469 Suppl, 29| the dying, who ~are on the point of quitting the courts of 470 Suppl, 31| of the matter, from the point of view of ~the final cause; 471 Suppl, 31| nevertheless, from the point of view of efficient cause, ~ 472 Suppl, 34| efficient cause, and from this point of view it has no reason 473 Suppl, 34| final cause, and from this point of view it can be placed 474 Suppl, 34| is not so ~in the case in point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] A[ 475 Suppl, 35| been three opinions on this point. For some ~have said that 476 Suppl, 35| thus it is in the case in ~point.~ 477 Suppl, 36| Reply OBJ 2: The service in point consisted only in the exercise 478 Suppl, 39| thus it is in the ~case in point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[39] A[ 479 Suppl, 40| this is denoted by the point at the foot of the crozier). 480 Suppl, 42| been three opinions on this point. For some ~[*Peter Lombard, 481 Suppl, 44| is thus with the case in point. for the joining of husband ~ 482 Suppl, 45| the consent; and the first point ~to discuss is the consent 483 Suppl, 45| so that they coincide in point of time; but when consent 484 Suppl, 45| they do not ~coincide in point of time. For this reason 485 Suppl, 46| so ~it is in the case in point; since he swears unlawfully 486 Suppl, 49| Therefore neither from this point of view is "sacrament" the 487 Suppl, 49| while it is most intense in point of quantity, does not go ~ 488 Suppl, 51| thus it is in the case in point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 489 Suppl, 52| argument is not to the ~point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 490 Suppl, 54| since the movement of a point makes a line, and since 491 Suppl, 54| result ~is that one can point to the father's father and 492 Suppl, 54| between; and yet from the point of view of intensity a ~ 493 Suppl, 54| Church ~considers chiefly the point of view of affection. And 494 Suppl, 55| Thus by movement from a point there proceeds a line and 495 Suppl, 55| proceeds a line and not a ~point, because a point by being 496 Suppl, 55| not a ~point, because a point by being moved makes a line; 497 Suppl, 55| this argument is not to the point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 498 Suppl, 56| his child who is at the point of death - and ~then it 499 Suppl, 63| argument is not to the point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[63] A[ 500 Suppl, 64| thus it is in the ~case in point.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[


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