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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | As Gregory says (Moral. v, 26,29): "Though our lips 2 1, 4 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v) that "God in His one ~existence 3 1, 4 | the Commentator, ~Metaph. v) any excellence which may 4 1, 4 | saying of God (Div. Nom. v): "It is not that ~He is 5 1, 4 | by Dionysius (Div. Nom. v), when he says that, "God 6 1, 4 | Dionysius remarks, (Div. Nom. v)), ~while remaining one 7 1, 4 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v) that, although ~existence 8 1, 5 | Dionysius notes (Div. ~Nom. v), "goodness extends to things 9 1, 5 | non-existence" (Div. Nom. v).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[ 10 1, 10 | by Boethius (De ~Consol. v) is not a good one: "Eternity 11 1, 10 | Boethius says (De Consol. v), arising from the fact 12 1, 11 | Bernard says (De Consid. v): "Among all things called ~ 13 1, 12 | Augustine says (De Trin. v): "When we know God, some ~ 14 1, 12 | Augustine says (Confess. v): ~"Unhappy the man who 15 1, 12 | Boethius says (De Consol. v) that "reason does not grasp 16 1, 13 | Philosopher says (Praedic. v). But relative ~things which 17 1, 13 | Augustine says (De Trin. v) that this relative ~appellation " 18 1, 13 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that they are called relative, 19 1, 13 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that ~the object is said 20 1, 13 | Augustine says (De Trin. v).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 21 1, 15 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v): "Acts of the divine will ~ 22 1, 16 | and ~Hilary says (De Trin. v) that "Truth makes being 23 1, 17 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 34). So, too, Augustine 24 1, 17 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, ~34): "Things are called 25 1, 17 | false, as stated in Metaph. v, 34.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[17] 26 1, 17 | Philosopher says (Metaph. ~v, 34) that shadows, pictures, 27 1, 17 | stated in ~Metaph. iv, 4: v. 27; for blindness is not 28 1, 19 | nature as ~stated in Metaph. v, 6. Therefore whatever He 29 1, 21 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4) calls ~commutative justice, 30 1, 25 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 17). It remains, therefore, 31 1, 25 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 17), a thing is ~said to 32 1, 26 | of ~Augustine (Confess. v, 4): "Blessed is he who 33 1, 28 | Augustine says (De Trin. v) that "not all that is ~ 34 1, 28 | Philosopher says (Praedic. v). So if relation is the ~ 35 1, 28 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v), every relation ~is based 36 1, 29 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 5), the word ~"nature" 37 1, 29 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v), substance is ~twofold. 38 1, 33 | with Augustine (De Trin. v, 7) that "unbegotten" imports ~ 39 1, 34 | Basil infers (Cont. Eunom. v, 11) that the ~Holy Ghost 40 1, 35 | Augustine says (De Trin. v, 6), so neither (by reason 41 1, 36 | Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 17; v, 11), ~"Because the Holy 42 1, 36 | Augustine says (De Trin. v, 14) that the Father and 43 1, 40 | Augustine says (De Trin. v, 6): "Unbegotten is not 44 1, 41 | Augustine says (De Trin. v, 4,5) that, "everything 45 1, 41 | Sentences explains (Sent. i, D, v), this ~denotes the habitude 46 1, 41 | action, as we find in Metaph. v, text 17. But in God ~principle 47 1, 41 | so Hilary says (De Trin. v): "The birth of God cannot 48 1, 42 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). But in the divine 49 1, 42 | expressed by Hilary (De Trin. v), "The unchangeable God, 50 1, 44 | Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~that there are 51 1, 44 | Dionysius, who says (Div. ~Nom. v) that self-subsisting being 52 1, 45 | contrary, Augustine (Super Gen. v, 6,14,15) distinguishes 53 1, 46 | necessity of the cause (Metaph. v, ~text 6). Now it was shown 54 1, 46 | the ~Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: SMT FP 55 1, 46 | Boethius says (De Consol. v, 6); because the ~divine 56 1, 47 | effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But God is one. 57 1, 48 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), being is ~twofold. 58 1, 53 | the Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), " 59 1, 54 | Dionysius says ~(Div. Nom. v). Hence the Divine nature 60 1, 57 | Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. v, 19): "This mystery was 61 1, 62 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 34; v, 5), the ~things which we 62 1, 62 | Augustine (Gen. ad. lit. v, 4,23; ~viii, 3), the growing 63 1, 64 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. v, 19; De Civ. Dei xi). ~But 64 1, 66 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): "Things that ~ 65 1, 67 | Philosopher says (Topic. v, 2) that "light is a ~species 66 1, 69 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5; viii, 3) says that ~ 67 1, 70 | s opinion (Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~production of 68 1, 70 | the words of Basil (Hom. v in Hexaem.), plants were ~ 69 1, 72 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ~v) that the production was 70 1, 74 | but with the morning (Hom. v ~in Gen.).~Aquin.: SMT FP 71 1, 75 | of Dionysius (Div. Nom. v). Therefore whatsoever things ~ 72 1, 75 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). Wherefore things participate 73 1, 75 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). ~Now participated existence 74 1, 76 | from the Philosopher (Phys. v, 1); for a thing is ~said 75 1, 76 | matter cannot be moved (Phys. v, 1), since it ~is a being 76 1, 76 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). Therefore the body to 77 1, 40 | Augustine says (De Trin. v, 6): "Unbegotten is not 78 1, 41 | Augustine says (De Trin. v, 4,5) that, "everything 79 1, 41 | Sentences explains (Sent. i, D, v), this ~denotes the habitude 80 1, 41 | action, as we find in Metaph. v, text 17. But in God ~principle 81 1, 41 | so Hilary says (De Trin. v): "The birth of God cannot 82 1, 42 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). But in the divine 83 1, 42 | expressed by Hilary (De Trin. v), "The unchangeable God, 84 1, 45 | Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~that there are 85 1, 45 | Dionysius, who says (Div. ~Nom. v) that self-subsisting being 86 1, 46 | contrary, Augustine (Super Gen. v, 6,14,15) distinguishes 87 1, 47 | necessity of the cause (Metaph. v, ~text 6). Now it was shown 88 1, 47 | the ~Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: SMT FP 89 1, 47 | Boethius says (De Consol. v, 6); because the ~divine 90 1, 48 | effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But God is one. 91 1, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), being is ~twofold. 92 1, 54 | the Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), " 93 1, 55 | Dionysius says ~(Div. Nom. v). Hence the Divine nature 94 1, 58 | Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. v, 19): "This mystery was 95 1, 63 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 34; v, 5), the ~things which we 96 1, 63 | Augustine (Gen. ad. lit. v, 4,23; ~viii, 3), the growing 97 1, 65 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. v, 19; De Civ. Dei xi). ~But 98 1, 67 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): "Things that ~ 99 1, 68 | Philosopher says (Topic. v, 2) that "light is a ~species 100 1, 70 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5; viii, 3) says that ~ 101 1, 71 | s opinion (Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~production of 102 1, 71 | the words of Basil (Hom. v in Hexaem.), plants were ~ 103 1, 71 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ~v) that the production was 104 1, 73 | but with the morning (Hom. v ~in Gen.).~Aquin.: SMT FP 105 1, 74 | of Dionysius (Div. Nom. v). Therefore whatsoever things ~ 106 1, 74 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). Wherefore things participate 107 1, 74 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). ~Now participated existence 108 1, 75 | from the Philosopher (Phys. v, 1); for a thing is ~said 109 1, 75 | matter cannot be moved (Phys. v, 1), since it ~is a being 110 1, 75 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). Therefore the body to 111 1, 78 | Boethius says (De Consol. v, 4) that "sense considers ~ 112 1, 79 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 113 1, 81 | Augustine says ~(De Civ. Dei v, 10) that it anything is 114 1, 81 | says himself (De Civ. Dei v, 10).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] 115 1, 81 | says in ~Metaph. vi (Did. v, 2) that "good and evil," 116 1, 83 | vi), Avicenna (De Anima v) setting this opinion aside, 117 1, 84 | Philosopher says (Metaph. vi, Did. v, 4) that "truth and falsehood 118 1, 88 | Cf. Aristotle, Ethic. v, 8: Magn. ~Moral. i, 34).~ 119 1, 89 | Dionysius says (Eccl. ~Hier. v); therefore also the inferior 120 1, 89 | as is ~stated Metaph. v. But spiritual substances 121 1, 90 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v); in the same way as ~various 122 1, 92 | made." And Hilary (De Trin. v) says: "Man is made ~to 123 1, 92 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, Did. iv, 15). Now, ~since " 124 1, 97 | For, as stated in Phys. v, 5, "corruption is contrary 125 1, 97 | as Isidore says (Etym. v, 4). Therefore ~there would 126 1, 101 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5, viii, 3), the ~plants 127 1, 102 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei v, 11): "Not only heaven ~ 128 1, 105 | Hier. ~iv; Eccl. Hier. v).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] 129 1, 107 | Dionysius ~says (Eccl. Hier. v). But each of the angels 130 1, 107 | Dionysius says ~(Coel. Hier. v). Or we may say that the 131 1, 112 | Dionysius ~(Coel. Hier. v, ix).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 132 1, 112 | Origen observes (Tract. v, super Matt.) there are 133 1, 113 | says (Super ~Matt. Hom. v) [*In the Opus Imperfectum, 134 1, 114 | Augustine says (De ~Civ. Dei v, 9): "There are things that 135 1, 114 | Augustine, De Gen. ad lit. v, 4) which seem to suffice 136 1, 114 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, Did. ~iv, 4), was first 137 1, 114 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei v, 6): "Nothing is more ~corporeal 138 1, 114 | Aristotle (Metaph. vi, Did. v, ~3) as to this double supposition.~ 139 1, 115 | Augustine ~says (De Civ. Dei v, 4), "fate is understood 140 1, 115 | relates of Tully (De Civ. Dei v, 9). ~And this is contrary 141 1, 115 | Augustine ~De Civ. Dei v, 1,8,9]. But this will not 142 1, 115 | Augustine says (De Civ. ~Dei v, 1): "If anyone ascribes 143 1, 115 | Augustine ~says (De Civ. Dei v, 1) that the "Divine will 144 1, 115 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei v, 8) calls the "series of 145 1, 115 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei v, 1) that fate is something ~ 146 1, 116 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 19) thus explains this 147 1, 116 | further on (Gen. ad lit. v, 19). Thus ~when the mysteries 148 2, 2 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 5), money was invented, 149 2, 2 | as ~is stated in Metaph. v, 12, whereas happiness has 150 2, 2 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v), that "to be" is better ~ 151 2, 5 | Augustine says ~(Confess. v, 4): "He who knows Thee, 152 2, 6 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei v, 10) that what is done by ~ 153 2, 8 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ~v, 1) that "to lack evil is 154 2, 9 | Ptolemy says (Centiloquium v), ~"the wise man governs 155 2, 10 | Philosopher ~also (Metaph. v, 4) the word "nature" is 156 2, 18 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 2) that "he who steals 157 2, 19 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that justice is that ~ 158 2, 20 | one and the same" (Phys. ~v, 4). But one continuous 159 2, 23 | as is stated in ~Phys. v, 3. Therefore there is no 160 2, 23 | movements, as ~stated in Phys. v, 5. One is according to 161 2, 28 | ignorance, as stated in Ethic. v, 8. Therefore not everything ~ 162 2, 31 | violent causes grief" (Metaph. v, 5). Therefore nothing which 163 2, 31 | in a low place" ~(Phys. v, 6). Wherefore it happens 164 2, 31 | another, as stated in Phys. v, 6. Wherefore pleasure is ~ 165 2, 40 | possible given in Metaph. v, 12, i.e. ~into the two 166 2, 46 | towards one's own" (Ethic. v, 6). But sometimes a man 167 2, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 11), "metaphorically ~speaking 168 2, 47 | malice, as stated in Ethic. v, 8. Wherefore we are most ~ 169 2, 48 | as Gregory says (Moral. v, 30) "the heart that ~is 170 2, 48 | contrary, Gregory says (Moral. v, 30) that anger "withdraws 171 2, 48 | contrary, Gregory says (Moral. v, 30) that "when anger does 172 2, 48 | Wherefore Gregory says (Moral. v, 30): "Sometimes when the 173 2, 49 | parts," as stated in Metaph. v, text. 24. But this belongs 174 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "a ~habit 175 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "there is 176 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "habit is 177 2, 49 | at once to says (Metaph. v, text. 25): namely, "either 178 2, 49 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 19).~Aquin.: SMT 179 2, 49 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 25) defines habit, 180 2, 49 | definition of habit ~(Metaph. v, text. 25): in another way, 181 2, 49 | power, as we read in Metaph. v, text. 17. Therefore to 182 2, 49 | also it is stated (Metaph. v, text. 25) in ~the definition 183 2, 49 | Philosopher ~says (Metaph. v, text. 24,25) that "habit 184 2, 50 | something, as is said (Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~that anyone 185 2, 50 | that which is just" (Ethic. v, 1). ~Therefore the will 186 2, 50 | is a disposition (Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~disposition, 187 2, 52 | concerns ~quantity (Phys. v, text. 18). But habits are 188 2, 52 | another, as stated in ~Phys. v, text. 52.~Aquin.: SMT FS 189 2, 54 | matter, as ~stated in Metaph. v, text. 33 (since things 190 2, 55 | Philosopher explains (Metaph. v, ~text. 21). In this way 191 2, 56 | proves (De Moribus Eccl. v) that virtue is not ~in 192 2, 59 | passions; as stated in Ethic. v, 1, seqq.~Aquin.: SMT FS 193 2, 60 | passions (Ethic. ii, 3,7; ~v, 1, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT 194 2, 60 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that legal justice, ~ 195 2, 60 | as is set down in Ethic. v, 2. Therefore there are 196 2, 61 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, ~1). Therefore other virtues 197 2, 61 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 1). For we must take ~note 198 2, 64 | justice, ~as stated in Ethic. v, 3. Therefore the mean of 199 2, 65 | virtue, as stated in Ethic. v, 1,2. Therefore he that 200 2, 66 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that "justice is the ~ 201 2, 66 | excellent of virtues" (Ethic. v, 1). Among the other moral 202 2, 67 | is made more hot (Phys. v, text. 19). And since ~perfect 203 2, 69 | beatitudes recited by Matthew (v 3, seqq.) to the gifts of 204 2, 69 | with Ambrose (Super Luc. v), hold that all ~these rewards 205 2, 69 | to Ambrose (Super ~Luc. v), the kingdom of heaven 206 2, 70 | a kind of evil" (Ethic. v, 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] 207 2, 71 | Augustine states (De Trin. v, 6,7): and so "word" and ~" 208 2, 72 | takes ~its species (Phys. v, text. 4; Ethic. x, 4); 209 2, 73 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 11). Therefore kinship 210 2, 78 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, ~1) calls an evil habit 211 2, 78 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 9) that "an unjust ~action 212 2, 79 | Dionysius declares (Div. ~Nom. v). Again every action is 213 2, 86 | Contra Quinque Haereses v). Now the human soul is 214 2, 90 | Further, Isidore says (Etym. v, 3): "If the law is based 215 2, 90 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. v, 21) that "laws are enacted 216 2, 90 | politic: for he ~says (Ethic. v, 1) that we call those legal 217 2, 90 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. v, 10): "A law is an ordinance 218 2, 90 | Hence Isidore says (Etym. v, 3; ii, 10) that ~"lex [ 219 2, 91 | For ~Isidore says (Etym. v) that the "law is based 220 2, 92 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. v, 19): "Every law either 221 2, 92 | acts of ~virtue" (Ethic. v, 1). Some acts are evil 222 2, 93 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 6), some ~necessary 223 2, 94 | just," as stated in Ethic. v. But it is stated in the 224 2, 94 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. v, 4): "The natural law is 225 2, 94 | in the Decretals (Dist. v): "The natural law ~dates 226 2, 95 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 4), "men have ~recourse 227 2, 95 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. v, 20): "Laws were made that 228 2, 95 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 7) that "the legal just ~ 229 2, 95 | stated ~by Isidore (Etym. v, 4) and the Philosopher ( 230 2, 95 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 7). But those ~things which 231 2, 95 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 7) that "the natural just 232 2, 95 | Justin. lib. i, ff, tit. iii, v; De Leg. et Senat.]. Therefore ~ 233 2, 95 | appropriate, when he says (Etym. v, 21): "Law shall ~be virtuous, 234 2, 95 | statutes or ~human law (Etym. v, 4, seqq.). For under this 235 2, 95 | which he mentions (Etym. v, 9), all ~have the same 236 2, 95 | stated by Isidore (Etym. v, 4, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT 237 2, 96 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. v, 7) that "the legal just . . . 238 2, 96 | as Isidore says ~(Etym. v, 21) that "law should be 239 2, 96 | The Philosopher (Ethic. v, 7) divides the legal just, 240 2, 96 | For Isidore says (Etym. v, 20) that "laws were made 241 2, 96 | as Isidore says ~(Etym. v, 21), law should be "possible 242 2, 96 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that the law ~"prescribes 243 2, 97 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 5), a measure should ~be 244 2, 97 | as Isidore ~says (Etym. v, 21). But the common good 245 2, 97 | down by Isidore (Etym. v, 3). But no man can dispense 246 2, 98 | as Isidore says (Etym. v, 3). But the Old Law was 247 2, 99 | moral and legal (Ethic. v, 7).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] 248 2, 100 | as Isidore says ~(Etym. v, 21). But of all the virtues 249 2, 100 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1). Therefore the moral 250 2, 100 | Philosopher explains (Ethic. v, 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 251 2, 100 | Philosopher speaks ~(Ethic. v, 11) of a kind of metaphorical 252 2, 100 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 7). Now the failure of 253 2, 100 | explains (Ethic. ii, 4; v, 8). Now ~whoever transgresses 254 2, 100 | virtue" according to Ethic. v, 1: whereas the judicial 255 2, 101 | Isidore declares (Etym. v, 21). If therefore the precepts 256 2, 101 | as Isidore says ~(Etym. v, 3), it seems that the ceremonial 257 2, 102 | foliage" [*Douay and A. V. and R. V. read: 'Boughs 258 2, 102 | Douay and A. V. and R. V. read: 'Boughs of ~thick 259 2, 106 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v), there is a threefold ~ 260 2, 107 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 9) ~that it is easy to 261 2, 111 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) ~"that justice is the 262 2, 113 | as appears from Ethic. v, 1.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] 263 2, 113 | metaphorically speaking" ~(Ethic. v, 11). Now this justice may 264 2, 113 | says (De Praed. Sanct. v) that "to be capable of 265 2, 113 | In Epist. Joan. Tract. v). Yet God ~sometimes moves 266 2, 114 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. v, 3), and hence justice is 267 2, 114 | a master's right (Ethic. v, ~6), as the Philosopher 268 2, 2 | states (De Corr. et Grat. v, vi ~[*Cf. Ep. cxc; De Praed. 269 2, 2 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. v, 19), yet certain ~aspects 270 2, 4 | says (De Praedest. Sanct. v) that "faith resides in 271 2, 4 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 1). Now man is justified 272 2, 5 | says ~(De Praedest. Sanct. v) that "faith depends on 273 2, 6 | Augustine ~(De Praedest. Sanct. v). Therefore faith can be 274 2, 10 | says (De ~Praedest. Sanct. v) that "to be capable to 275 2, 11 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 2) that "he who commits 276 2, 12 | VII says (Council, Roman V): "Holding to the ~institutions 277 2, 13 | Philosopher states (Metaph. v, text. 21). Since then the 278 2, 13 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 6,9) that "although a man ~ 279 2, 22 | Perfect. Human. Justit. v) that, "Thou shalt love" 280 2, 23 | prim. canon. Joan. Tract. v) ~"Charity is perfected 281 2, 23 | prim. canon. Joan. Tract. v) "As ~soon as charity is 282 2, 24 | into hell [*Douay and A. V.: 'The wicked shall be,' 283 2, 25 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 16), the terms ~" 284 2, 28 | have ~various parts (Ethic. v, 11). Thus it is written ( 285 2, 34 | for Gregory says (Moral. v, 46) of the envious man ~ 286 2, 34 | and Gregory says (Moral. v, 46) that ~"we can envy 287 2, 34 | for Gregory says (Moral. v, 46): "When the foul sore 288 2, 34 | for Gregory says (Moral. v, 46): "Though ~in every 289 2, 34 | Cassian (De Instit. Caenob. v, 1).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] 290 2, 41 | kinds, as stated in Ethic. ~v, 3,5. But scandal is not 291 2, 43 | Philosopher observes (Metaph. v, text. 21). And ~just as 292 2, 45 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. v, 1) that virtue directed 293 2, 45 | them as stated in Ethic. ~v, 1: more so, however, prudence 294 2, 47 | means ~when he says (Ethic. v, 11): "Of such things we 295 2, 47 | to Boethius (De ~Consol. v). Therefore foresight is 296 2, 48 | since according to Ethic. v, 6 the prince is the guardian 297 2, 48 | according to Isidore ~(Etym. v). Now the Philosopher (Ethic. 298 2, 50 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. v, 19) "the angels take counsel 299 2, 55 | according to Isidore (Etym. v, 3), "is a kind of ~right." 300 2, 55 | for Isidore ~says (Etym. v, 2) that "'fas' is the Divine 301 2, 55 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. v, 2) that "'jus' [right] 302 2, 55 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 1) that "all are agreed 303 2, 55 | according to Isidore ~(Etym. v, 1) is "a written decree": 304 2, 55 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 7) that "political ~justice 305 2, 55 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 7) that "in the case of 306 2, 55 | as Isidore states (Etym. v, 4). Therefore the ~right 307 2, 55 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. v, 4) that "right is either ~ 308 2, 55 | The Philosopher (Ethic. v, 6) distinguishes right 309 2, 55 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 6) there is the "just" 310 2, 55 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. v, 6) there is more scope 311 2, 56 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. v, 1), justice is a habit 312 2, 56 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. v, 5) who says that "justice 313 2, 56 | is its guardian" (Ethic. v, 4). On the other ~hand, 314 2, 56 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. v, 11) calls this "metaphorical 315 2, 56 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 1) defines justice by an 316 2, 56 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that "justice is ~every 317 2, 56 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that ~"virtue and legal 318 2, 56 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. v. 1) "is not a part but the 319 2, 56 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that "many are able ~ 320 2, 56 | justice, as stated in Ethic. v, 6.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] 321 2, 56 | Philosopher reckons (Ethic. v, 2) particular ~justice 322 2, 56 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1) that justice is ~about 323 2, 56 | a gentle person" (Ethic. v, 5).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] 324 2, 56 | simply, as stated in Ethic. v. Therefore justice ~does 325 2, 56 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 6; v, 4) that the mean ~of justice 326 2, 56 | Didot ed., ix, 5; Cf. Ethic. v, 4]: wherefore ~justice 327 2, 56 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 4), in matters of ~justice, 328 2, 56 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 1) that "the most excellent 329 2, 56 | person, as stated in Ethic. v, 1. Hence the Philosopher 330 2, 57 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 9) that they hold a ~false 331 2, 57 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 6) that "a man may do ~ 332 2, 57 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 9).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] 333 2, 57 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 11). Therefore a man can 334 2, 57 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 8) in ~reference to those 335 2, 58 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 4) ~that "men have recourse 336 2, 58 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 10). Therefore it seems 337 2, 59 | regards common goods" (Ethic. v, ~4). Now matters regarding 338 2, 59 | justice and says ~(Ethic. v, 2) that "one directs distributions, 339 2, 59 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 3,4) that the mean in ~ 340 2, 59 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, ~3,4) that the mean in 341 2, 59 | of the community" (Ethic. v, 2), which very things are ~ 342 2, 59 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 2) reckons commutative 343 2, 59 | It is stated in Ethic. v, 2 that "one kind of justice ~ 344 2, 59 | Philosopher proves (Ethic. v, 5) that the just is ~not 345 2, 60 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4) loss is so called from 346 2, 62 | as is proved in Ethic. v, 11. Therefore no man sins ~ 347 2, 62 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 11). Thirdly, ~because 348 2, 64 | The Philosopher (Ethic. v, 2) distinguishes theft 349 2, 64 | willingly," as stated in Ethic. v, 9. Wherefore theft and ~ 350 2, 65 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 4), "men have recourse 351 2, 65 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10). But in matters ~that 352 2, 66 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 5) justice does not ~always 353 2, 75 | invented, as stated in Ethic. v, 5. Therefore ~if either 354 2, 75 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 7). Therefore just as it 355 2, 76 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 5; Polit. i, 3) was ~invented 356 2, 76 | Further, as stated in Ethic. v, 5, one is in duty bound 357 2, 76 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. v, 11), wherefore justice 358 2, 78 | Further, Aristotle (Ethic. v, 10) mentions {epieikeia} 359 2, 80 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1): "It is ~justice whereby 360 2, 84 | Gregory VII; Concil. Roman. v, can. ~xii]: "Let every 361 2, 84 | to human law [*Dig. xii, v, de Condict. ob. ~turp. 362 2, 86 | sorrow according to Metaph. v [*Ed. Did. iv, ~5]. Therefore, 363 2, 87 | contrary, It is stated (II, qu. v, can. Si quis presbyter): " 364 2, 87 | his oath": and (22, qu. v, can. Nullus): "Let no one 365 2, 87 | reverence the law says (22, qu. v, can. ~Honestum): "It is 366 2, 87 | reason the law says (II, qu. v, can. Si quis presbyter) 367 2, 92 | reality": and (De Vera Relig. v) Augustine says that "we 368 2, 93 | in the Decretals (26, qu. v, can. Qui ~divinationes): " 369 2, 93 | in Metaph. vi [*Ed. Did. ~v, 3], an accidental being 370 2, 93 | the Decretals (XXVI, qu. v, can. ~Sortes): "We decree 371 2, 93 | decree of Pope Stephen ~V [*II, qu. v., can. Consuluist 372 2, 93 | Pope Stephen ~V [*II, qu. v., can. Consuluist i]: "The 373 2, 94 | the Decretals (XXVI, qu. v, ~cap. Non liceat Christianis): " 374 2, 97 | special justice (Ethic. v, 11). ~But, seemingly, sacrilege 375 2, 98 | Gregory says in a ~homily (v, in Ev.): "The kingdom of 376 2, 99 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. v, 1,2). Therefore piety is 377 2, 102 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4), so too ~obedience observes 378 2, 104 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4). Now the purpose of 379 2, 104 | words of Seneca (1 Benef. v), "just as a man is ~liberal 380 2, 104 | regarding justice (Ethic. v, 11), in so far, to wit, 381 2, 104 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 5): "We should repay ~those 382 2, 106 | Opus ~Imperfectum, Hom. v in Matth., falsely ascribed 383 2, 106 | Opus Imperfectum, Hom. v in Matth., ~falsely ascribed 384 2, 108 | observes (Lib. De Mend. v), the ~deeds of certain 385 2, 108 | Augustine says ~(Lib. De Mend. v): "We must believe that 386 2, 108 | Augustine says (Lib. De Mend. v), "it is not a lie to do 387 2, 115 | operations, as stated in Ethic. v, 1. Therefore, since ~liberality 388 2, 115 | for Seneca says (De Benef. v): ~"A man is not liberal 389 2, 116 | Philosopher says the same (Ethic. v, 2). Therefore ~covetousness 390 2, 116 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. v, 1,2). Therefore covetousness 391 2, 116 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 5), is that we ~"use money 392 2, 118 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10). But ~it belongs to 393 2, 118 | The Philosopher (Ethic. v, 10) states it to be a virtue.~ 394 2, 118 | Constitutions under Law v: "Without doubt he transgresses 395 2, 118 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 10) that "epikeia is a ~ 396 2, 118 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10). ~Wherefore it is evident 397 2, 118 | Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10), "epikeia is ~better 398 2, 120 | Wherefore, according to Ethic. v, 1, "the law prescribes 399 2, 121 | action, as stated in Metaph. v, 17. And since this latter ~ 400 2, 127 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 1,3), "to lack evil is ~ 401 2, 130 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei v): "He is better advised ~ 402 2, 130 | Augustine proves (De Civ. Dei v).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] 403 2, 130 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei v, 14) ~that "this vice," 404 2, 134 | Augustine says (De Patientia ii; v) "properly speaking ~those 405 2, 134 | for Chrysostom [*Homily v. in the Opus ~Imperfectum, 406 2, 137 | deeds according to Ethic. v, 1, wherein whatever is 407 2, 145 | Bede, Comment. in Luc. v] ~that our Lord is speaking 408 2, 148 | De Elia et de Jejunio v] that "there would be no 409 2, 152 | For Isidore says (Etym. v, 26) that "seduction [stuprum], 410 2, 152 | as Isidore states ~(Etym. v, 26). But this pertains 411 2, 152 | Pope Symmachus ~says [*Ep. v ad Caesarium; Cf. can. Raptores 412 2, 155 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 10) ascribes this to equity, 413 2, 156 | and Gregory says (Moral. v, 45) that "when anger sunders 414 2, 156 | Wherefore Gregory says (Moral. v, 45): "We must beware lest, 415 2, 156 | Hence Gregory says (Moral. v, 45) that ~"zealous anger 416 2, 156 | Wherefore Gregory says (Moral. v, 45) that ~"anger is more 417 2, 156 | anger" [*Cf. Greg., Moral. v, ~45]. On the other hand, 418 2, 156 | Hence Gregory says (Moral. v, 45): "The ~heart goaded 419 2, 159 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 1). Therefore humility 420 2, 159 | incompr. Nat. Dei, ~Hom. v]: "Bring me a pair of two-horse 421 2, 160 | Cassian [*De Inst. Caenob. v, 1: ~Collat. v, 2] number 422 2, 160 | Caenob. v, 1: ~Collat. v, 2] number pride among the 423 2, 162 | Dom. inf. oct. Assum. B. V. M.], ~because her conceiving 424 2, 170 | Hier. iv; Eccl. Hier. ~v], is such that the lowest 425 2, 171 | saying of Augustine (Confess. v, 4): "Happy whoso knoweth 426 2, 172 | Augustine ~says (De Civ. Dei v, 26) that "the emperor Theodosius 427 2, 178 | Bernard says (De Consid. v, 14) that "the first and ~ 428 2, 178 | Bernard says (De Consid. v, 14) that "contemplation ~ 429 2, 178 | before me," says (Moral. v, 33): "The mind does not 430 2, 179 | Philosopher proves ~(Ethic. v, 1). Hence the active life 431 2, 179 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 2). Now it is ~evident 432 2, 179 | For Gregory says (Hom. v in Ezech.) that "the ~perfect 433 2, 179 | for Gregory says (Hom. v in Ezech.) that "we can ~ 434 2, 180 | Boethius says (De Consol. v, 2): "The soul of man ~must 435 2, 182 | Further, according to Phys. v, 2, movement "from one contrary 436 2, 182 | unchangeable" [*Ethic. v, ~7], inasmuch as nature 437 2, 182 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v) ascribes perfection to ~ 438 2, 182 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v) that "when the high ~priest," 439 2, 182 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v): "The order of pontiffs ~ 440 2, 182 | of Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v), and of a gloss on Lk. ~ 441 2, 182 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v) that ~"just as we see the 442 2, 182 | to Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v, vi), bishops are in the 443 2, 182 | Hence Gregory applies ~(Hom. v in Ezech.) the words of 444 2, 185 | Further, Gregory says (Regist. v, Ep. 1): "No man can fulfil ~ 445 2, 185 | the Lives of the Fathers (v, 6) that he gave thanks 446 2, 186 | Decretal De Poenit., ~Dist. v, cap. 3: "It is altogether 447 2, 186 | for as Chrysostom [*Hom. v in Matth. in the Opus ~Imperfectum, 448 2, 186 | Wherefore Gregory says (Hom. v in Ezech.) that the words 449 2, 187 | quotation is from Regist. v, Ep. 53, ad Virgil. ~Episc.]. " 450 2, 187 | oath (Decret. ~XXII, qu. v, cap. Pueri and cap. Honestum.). 451 3, 1 | Augustine says (Contra Julian. v, ~11). Therefore the Incarnation 452 3, 2 | as is ~plain from Metaph. v, 25, is taken in two ways: 453 3, 2 | all" [*Little Office of B. V. M., Dominican Rite, Ant. ~ 454 3, 2 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 5), nature ~designates, 455 3, 6 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v); and to this order pertains ~ 456 3, 13 | from Dionysius (Div. Nom. v), it has an active power ~ 457 3, 15 | Further, Gregory says (Moral. v, 45) that "anger that comes 458 3, 15 | As Gregory says (Moral. v), anger is in man in two ~ 459 3, 16 | itself," as is said Metaph. v, text. 23. But this is false: " 460 3, 17 | substance, as is said ~Metaph. v, text. 15. Hence diversity 461 3, 18 | the ~Philosopher (Phys. v, text. 49, seq.). Now Christ 462 3, 20 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 11) that ~there is justice 463 3, 28 | Sancti" (Office of B. M. V., Ant. ~ad Benedictus, T. 464 3, 28 | afterwards" (Adversus Helvid. ~v).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 465 3, 30 | Feast of Purification B.V.M. ix Resp. Brev. ~O.P.]. 466 3, 30 | Assumption (De Assump. ~B.V.M. [*Work of another author: 467 3, 30 | Feast of Annunciation, B.V.M. ii Resp. ~Brev. O.P.]. 468 3, 30 | Ambrose says (Hexaemeron v): "For this reason had many ~ 469 3, 31 | Contra Quinque Haereses v): "God saith, the Creator 470 3, 35 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v), "nature" is so ~denominated 471 3, 35 | Philosopher shows ~(Phys. v). But, in Christ there is 472 3, 36 | sermon on the Epiphany (Serm. v ~[*Opus Imperfectum in Matth., 473 3, 38 | Super Joan., ~Tract. iv, v), "if Christ alone had been 474 3, 38 | says (Super Joan., Tract. v): "Those who were ~baptized 475 3, 38 | says (Super Joan., Tract. v): "After John, ~baptism 476 3, 41 | Hence ~Chrysostom says (Hom. v in Matth. [*From the supposititious 477 3, 41 | As Chrysostom says (Hom. v in Matth.): "The devil set 478 3, 43 | says in a homily (Hom. v in Evang.). And, as Chrysostom 479 3, 46 | Philosopher teaches (Metaph. v), there are several ~acceptations 480 3, 47 | the Philosopher (Ethic. v): "No one suffers ~injustice 481 3, 47 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. v). Hence it was that David 482 3, 50 | the Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 12), ~things specifically 483 3, 59 | justice" [*Aristotle, Ethic. v]. ~Hence Augustine quotes ( 484 3, 61 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v), the state of the New ~ 485 3, 63 | and principle ~(Metaph. v). But a "sign" which is 486 3, 64 | Dionysius explains (Coel. Hier. v). Therefore it seems that 487 3, 64 | Dionysius explains (Coel. Hier. v).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 488 3, 64 | Augustine says (Tract. ~v) that "he did not know that 489 3, 64 | the Spirit," etc. (Tract. v in Joan.), that "John did 490 3, 65 | Dionysius explains (Eccl. Hier. v). But, as he says, there ~ 491 3, 66 | to Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v) and Damascene (De Fide ~ 492 3, 67 | to Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v) to "cleanse" is ~part of 493 3, 67 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v) ~that a deacon's office 494 3, 67 | Dionysius ~teaches (Eccl. Hier. v); and "to perfect" is the 495 3, 67 | Dionysius declares (Eccl. Hier. v, vi). Therefore to baptize ~ 496 3, 68 | something cannot be" (Metaph. v). Therefore it seems that 497 3, 71 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v). ~But catechumens who are 498 3, 71 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. v). Therefore it does not 499 3, 73 | that, As stated in Metaph. v, a thing is said to be one, 500 3, 74 | Ambrose says (De Sacram. v): "The water ~flows into


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