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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | may ~say or think of Him. Thirdly, because thereby divine 2 1, 3 | that God should be a ~body. Thirdly, because God is the most 3 1, 3 | composed of ~matter and form. Thirdly, because every agent acts 4 1, 3 | essence is His ~existence. Thirdly, because, just as that which 5 1, 3 | God is not in a ~genus. Thirdly, because all in one genus 6 1, 3 | nothing else than heat. Thirdly, because what is ~essential 7 1, 3 | shown ~above (Q[2], A[3]). Thirdly, because every composite 8 1, 3 | cannot be part of a compound. Thirdly, ~because no part of a compound 9 1, 5 | agent moving to the form; thirdly, comes the form. Hence in 10 1, 5 | Philosopher says (Meteor. iv); ~thirdly, there follows the formality 11 1, 6 | its perfect ~operation; thirdly, perfection consists in 12 1, 9 | that God cannot be moved. Thirdly, because everything which 13 1, 11 | division as a consequence; thirdly, comes ~the notion of one; 14 1, 11 | 11] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, this is shown from the 15 1, 12 | essence of God to the seer. ~Thirdly, because the divine essence 16 1, 13 | primarily is called healthy. Thirdly, ~because this is against 17 1, 13 | 13] A[11] Body Para. 4/4~Thirdly, from its consignification, 18 1, 14 | universal formal principles. ~Thirdly, as regards the end; "for 19 1, 16 | it understands being; and thirdly, it apprehends that ~it 20 1, 17 | to more than one sense. Thirdly, neither ~primarily nor 21 1, 19 | 19] A[4] Body Para. 4/4~Thirdly, it is shown by the relation 22 1, 19 | all of ~every condition. Thirdly, according to Damascene ( 23 1, 27 | the ~relations of origin; thirdly, the persons.~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 34 | concept, is ~so called; and thirdly, the imagination of the 25 1, 39 | it is considered as one. Thirdly, its intrinsic ~power of 26 1, 46 | persuading of what is probable. Thirdly, because ~he expressly says ( 27 1, 47 | distinction of good and evil; thirdly, of the distinction of the ~ 28 1, 48 | painter makes a wall white. ~Thirdly, it is said in the sense 29 1, 49 | 49] A[3] Body Para. 4/6~Thirdly, because the very nature 30 1, 50 | creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, the composite ~creature, 31 1, 50 | belongs to their intellect; thirdly, what ~belongs to their 32 1, 51 | with corporeal places; and, thirdly, of their ~comparison with 33 1, 54 | his ~medium of knowledge: thirdly, into the objects known: 34 1, 56 | image being in the ~eye - thirdly, when the image of the object 35 1, 61 | perfect in grace or glory; and thirdly, how ~some of them became 36 1, 64 | is manifested by others: thirdly, they know by ~long experience; 37 1, 65 | work ~of distinction; and thirdly, the work of adornment. 38 1, 65 | lungs for the heart; and, thirdly, that all parts are for ~ 39 1, 67 | work of the second day; thirdly the work ~of the third day.~ 40 1, 67 | in the other darkness. Thirdly, as to ~time; because there 41 1, 68 | then built the walls, and thirdly, put on the ~roof." In accepting 42 1, 68 | 68] A[4] Body Para. 5/6~Thirdly, there are metaphorical 43 1, 69 | of waters without order. Thirdly, ~the formless state of 44 1, 70 | that of the fifth day, thirdly, that of the sixth day, 45 1, 70 | and for days, and ~years." Thirdly, as regards the convenience 46 1, 74 | words, "It was . . . done"; ~thirdly, their being in their proper 47 1, 75 | what belongs to its power; thirdly, of what belongs to its 48 1, 76 | moved by his intellect. Thirdly, because the action of a 49 1, 76 | 76] A[3] Body Para. 5/6~Thirdly, this is shown to be impossible 50 1, 39 | it is considered as one. Thirdly, its intrinsic ~power of 51 1, 47 | persuading of what is probable. Thirdly, because ~he expressly says ( 52 1, 48 | distinction of good and evil; thirdly, of the distinction of the ~ 53 1, 49 | painter makes a wall white. ~Thirdly, it is said in the sense 54 1, 50 | 49] A[3] Body Para. 4/6~Thirdly, because the very nature 55 1, 51 | creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, the composite ~creature, 56 1, 51 | belongs to their intellect; thirdly, what ~belongs to their 57 1, 52 | with corporeal places; and, thirdly, of their ~comparison with 58 1, 55 | his ~medium of knowledge: thirdly, into the objects known: 59 1, 57 | image being in the ~eye - thirdly, when the image of the object 60 1, 62 | perfect in grace or glory; and thirdly, how ~some of them became 61 1, 65 | is manifested by others: thirdly, they know by ~long experience; 62 1, 66 | work ~of distinction; and thirdly, the work of adornment. 63 1, 66 | lungs for the heart; and, thirdly, that all parts are for ~ 64 1, 68 | work of the second day; thirdly the work ~of the third day.~ 65 1, 68 | in the other darkness. Thirdly, as to ~time; because there 66 1, 69 | then built the walls, and thirdly, put on the ~roof." In accepting 67 1, 69 | 68] A[4] Body Para. 5/6~Thirdly, there are metaphorical 68 1, 70 | of waters without order. Thirdly, ~the formless state of 69 1, 71 | that of the fifth day, thirdly, that of the sixth day, 70 1, 71 | and for days, and ~years." Thirdly, as regards the convenience 71 1, 73 | words, "It was . . . done"; ~thirdly, their being in their proper 72 1, 74 | what belongs to its power; thirdly, of what belongs to its 73 1, 75 | moved by his intellect. Thirdly, because the action of a 74 1, 75 | 76] A[3] Body Para. 5/6~Thirdly, this is shown to be impossible 75 1, 77 | the intellectual powers; thirdly, ~the appetitive powers.~ 76 1, 78 | he ~be altered or moved. Thirdly, in a wide sense a thing 77 1, 87 | that we may see the colors. Thirdly, this opinion is untrue, 78 1, 90 | other parts of the body. Thirdly, because if man's stature 79 1, 91 | case with ~other animals. Thirdly, because, as the Philosopher 80 1, 92 | because they live; and thirdly because they ~know or understand; 81 1, 92 | the conformity of grace. Thirdly, inasmuch as man knows ~ 82 1, 92 | the image of one Person; thirdly, because in that case ~Scripture 83 1, 92 | likeness of the said species; thirdly, the intention of the will 84 1, 92 | informed by the ~species; and thirdly, we find the intention of 85 1, 95 | subject to his government. Thirdly, this is ~proved from a 86 1, 96 | vigor ~of incorruption." Thirdly, a thing may be incorruptible 87 1, 98 | secondly, as regards virtue; thirdly, in knowledge. Under the ~ 88 1, 102 | end by building a house; thirdly, as ~something good possessed 89 1, 102 | moving of things to good. Thirdly, we may consider in the 90 1, 104 | action in ~every agent. Thirdly, we must observe that God 91 1, 104 | second rank in miracles. Thirdly, ~a thing surpasses nature' 92 1, 106 | considered or conceived; thirdly, as related to ~something 93 1, 107 | to ~the second hierarchy. Thirdly, forasmuch as these types 94 1, 107 | oppressed by tyrants." ~Thirdly, it signifies "the desire 95 1, 107 | them wholly by their heat. Thirdly we ~consider in fire the 96 1, 107 | themselves are ~made firm by God. Thirdly, because the seat receives 97 1, 107 | perfect knowledge of the end; thirdly, ~we fix our intention on 98 1, 114 | movement proper thereto. Thirdly, because action is ~not 99 1, 114 | as in "universal causes." Thirdly, they are ~in those things 100 1, 117 | as happens in alteration. Thirdly, because it ~would follow 101 1, 117 | the heavenly revolutions. ~Thirdly, because it would seem that 102 1, 118 | individual of the human species. Thirdly, because ~multiplication 103 1, 118 | food which is assimilated. Thirdly, because ~food is needed 104 2, 2 | health, and ~such like. Thirdly, because, since happiness 105 2, 3 | Q[3] A[5] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, it is again evident, from 106 2, 4 | for ~the life of the body. Thirdly, as helping it from without: 107 2, 6 | from the will immediately; thirdly, those acts which are ~voluntary, 108 2, 7 | AA[10],11; Q[73], A[7]). Thirdly, because ~the theologian 109 2, 7 | touches ~the cause of the act; thirdly, inasmuch as it touches 110 2, 12 | enjoyment" regards the end. Thirdly, it considers the end as 111 2, 13 | choice: ~secondly, counsel; thirdly, consent; fourthly, use.~ 112 2, 18 | from its suitable object. Thirdly, it has goodness from its ~ 113 2, 18 | universal a form does it cause. Thirdly, that the more ~remote an 114 2, 20 | respect, is better or worse. Thirdly, in point of ~intensity: 115 2, 23 | movement towards ~that place. Thirdly, it makes it to rest, when 116 2, 23 | aversion" or ~"dislike." Thirdly, when the good is obtained, 117 2, 25 | it is moved to that end; ~thirdly, it rests in the end, after 118 2, 29 | knowledge of Thy ways." Thirdly, a particular truth is ~ 119 2, 31 | superior appetite on the lower. Thirdly, because bodily pleasures 120 2, 32 | giving pleasure to others. Thirdly, from the fact that ~another' 121 2, 32 | is a cause of pleasure. Thirdly, in consideration of the ~ 122 2, 33 | they hinder both estimates. Thirdly, by fettering the reason: 123 2, 35 | well-being of the ~body. Thirdly, on the part of the effect: 124 2, 40 | regards a present ~good. Thirdly, that it must be something 125 2, 41 | of ~something unwonted. Thirdly, by reason of its being 126 2, 46 | from {menein} [to dwell]. Thirdly, on the part of that which 127 2, 51 | secondly, as to their increase; thirdly, as to their ~diminution 128 2, 54 | secondly, in respect of nature; thirdly, in respect of specifically ~ 129 2, 56 | the ~soul through a power. Thirdly, from the fact that virtue 130 2, 59 | stated above (Q[55], A[3]). Thirdly, because, granted that ~ 131 2, 61 | choice for a particular end; thirdly, ~that he should possess 132 2, 61 | meaning, cleansing virtues]; thirdly, there are perfect ~[*Virtutes 133 2, 62 | infused in us by ~God alone: thirdly, because these virtues are 134 2, 67 | the part of the medium; ~thirdly, on the part of the subject. 135 2, 70 | things that are near it; thirdly, in regard to things that 136 2, 70 | kind to their ~neighbor. Thirdly, as to his suffering with 137 2, 73 | position in the republic." Thirdly, a circumstance aggravates 138 2, 73 | be mightily tormented." Thirdly, on account of the sinful 139 2, 75 | man has amassed together. Thirdly, after the ~manner of a 140 2, 76 | the sensitive appetite; thirdly, of malice, which is the ~ 141 2, 77 | what man knows in general. Thirdly, by way of ~bodily transmutation, 142 2, 77 | receives pardon [veniam]. Thirdly, by ~its genus, e.g. an 143 2, 78 | suffers intermittently. ~Thirdly, because he who sins through 144 2, 80 | or offers this object. Thirdly, he that persuades the will 145 2, 84 | stated above ~(Q[72], A[2]). Thirdly, as denoting an inclination 146 2, 84 | say, it is a generic sin. ~Thirdly, as denoting an inclination 147 2, 84 | inordinately by "lust." Thirdly, ~there is external good, 148 2, 84 | that give promise thereof. Thirdly, it implies pleasure, without ~ 149 2, 85 | virtue is a good of ~nature. Thirdly, the gift of original justice, 150 2, 87 | state or of the household; thirdly, it is subjected to the 151 2, 87 | in the way of iniquity." Thirdly, on the part of the effect, 152 2, 88 | 88] A[4] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, this may be understood 153 2, 90 | secondly, ~the proposition; thirdly, the syllogism or argument. 154 2, 91 | 91] A[4] Body Para. 3/5~Thirdly, because man can make laws 155 2, 91 | 91] A[5] Body Para. 4/4~Thirdly, it belongs to the law to 156 2, 94 | offspring and so forth. Thirdly, there is in man an ~inclination 157 2, 95 | considering one solitary fact. Thirdly, ~because lawgivers judge 158 2, 95 | paying no heed to others: thirdly, it depends on ~certain 159 2, 95 | 95] A[4] Body Para. 3/6~Thirdly, it belongs to the notion 160 2, 100 | fidelity; ~secondly, reverence; thirdly, service. Fidelity to his 161 2, 101 | secondly, their cause; thirdly, their duration. Under ~ 162 2, 102 | 101] A[3] R.O. 2 Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it was fitting that these 163 2, 102 | killed that which was fat." Thirdly, on ~account of the reverence 164 2, 102 | sins ~he has committed; thirdly, because of the benefits 165 2, 102 | 8:7-9] and consecrated; thirdly, they were employed in the 166 2, 102 | and scarlet twice dyed." ~Thirdly, he had the ephod, which 167 2, 102 | bore on their shoulders. Thirdly, they had to carry the people ~ 168 2, 105 | secondly, the daughter; thirdly, the ~brother; fourthly, 169 2, 105 | 105] A[2] Body Para. 4/4~Thirdly, the law recognized the 170 2, 105 | him again before ~sunset." Thirdly, by forbidding them to be 171 2, 105 | by severe ~punishments. Thirdly, on account of a great desire 172 2, 105 | the beast was not slain. Thirdly, the place, where ~the heifer 173 2, 105 | stranger [peregrino]." Thirdly, when any foreigners wished 174 2, 105 | promising them God's aid. Thirdly, it prescribed the removal 175 2, 106 | comparison with the Old Law; thirdly, we shall treat ~of those 176 2, 107 | save in cases of urgency. Thirdly, Our Lord ~fulfilled the 177 2, 108 | need of all these things." Thirdly, we ~must not add presumption 178 2, 109 | God; secondly, its cause; thirdly, its ~effects.~Aquin.: SMT 179 2, 109 | and the other virtues are. Thirdly, perseverance is called ~ 180 2, 110 | you this act of grace. ~Thirdly, it is taken for the recompense 181 2, 111 | words would have no weight. Thirdly, ~he must be capable of 182 2, 111 | knowledge of Divine things. Thirdly, he ought to ~abound with 183 2, 112 | 112] A[5] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, things are known conjecturally 184 2, 113 | movement of the moved; thirdly, the consummation of the 185 2, 113 | 113] A[10] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, in miraculous works something 186 2 | shall speak of Hope, and thirdly, of Charity.~ 187 2, 1 | to the three Persons; and thirdly, the ~works proper to the 188 2, 2 | deliberating intellect, and thirdly for an act of the cogitative 189 2, 2 | Q[2] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, if the object of faith 190 2, 4 | secondly, those who have faith; thirdly, the cause ~of faith; fourthly, 191 2, 10 | to ~confession of faith; thirdly, ignorance and dulness of 192 2, 12 | obeying His commandments; thirdly, by ~certain special things 193 2, 12 | secondly, in his eyes; thirdly, in the instrument of movement; 194 2, 15 | secondly, the use; and ~thirdly, their preservation. Now 195 2, 23 | the form in its subject. Thirdly, on ~the part of the subject, 196 2, 23 | to all who have charity. Thirdly, so that a ~man gives his 197 2, 23 | approach to the other term, and thirdly, ~rest in this term.~Aquin.: 198 2, 23 | 24] A[11] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, charity can be considered 199 2, 24 | and hath loved justice." Thirdly, so that this ~desire is 200 2, 24 | desires good things for him; thirdly, he does ~good things to 201 2, 24 | 25] A[8] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, love of one's enemies may 202 2, 25 | child than vice versa. ~Thirdly, because children are nearer 203 2, 25 | have derived from others. Thirdly, because is it the lover' 204 2, 26 | 27] A[5] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, it may be understood by 205 2, 28 | from deliberate choice: thirdly, a man wishes a thing, not 206 2, 28 | whereas we hoped well of it." Thirdly, they ~cause yet greater 207 2, 30 | remedied by "comforting." Thirdly, ~the deficiency may be 208 2, 30 | Super Matth. xviii, 15). Thirdly, in respect of the result 209 2, 30 | ought to love as himself. Thirdly, as regards the ~acts themselves 210 2, 30 | 32] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Thirdly, with regard to the effect, 211 2, 30 | suffer extreme inconvenience. Thirdly, when he is in presence 212 2, 30 | 32] A[7] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, a thing is ill-gotten, 213 2, 31 | 33] A[2] R.O. 3 Para. 4/4~Thirdly, such an omission is a venial 214 2, 31 | 33] A[5] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, on account of the rebuker' 215 2, 31 | Augustine says (in his ~Rule): thirdly, "to prove that the man 216 2, 34 | either sinful or sinless. Thirdly, one may grieve over another' 217 2, 35 | which is on ~the lips, thirdly, those things which consist 218 2, 38 | 40] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it is necessary that the 219 2, 39 | delights in brawling." Thirdly, "he" provokes others to 220 2, 42 | may be a "righteous" love. Thirdly, as regards the reason for ~ 221 2, 43 | mercy and good fruits." Thirdly, he should strive in all 222 2, 45 | itself; secondly, its parts; thirdly, the corresponding gift; ~ 223 2, 46 | stated in Poster. i, ~9. Thirdly, the use of knowledge, in 224 2, 46 | belongs to "circumspection"; thirdly, to ~avoid obstacles, and 225 2, 47 | the one ~to the other." Thirdly, we must be anxious and 226 2, 51 | proper act of prudence. Thirdly, this may be taken ~by opposition 227 2, 53 | chokes up the word." Thirdly, ~through over much fear, 228 2, 53 | requirements of their nature; thirdly, because of Divine ~providence, 229 2, 56 | and ~"for a due end," thirdly to be done "immovably." 230 2, 58 | one who is in authority; thirdly, that it be pronounced according 231 2, 58 | judgment "by usurpation": thirdly, when the reason ~lacks 232 2, 58 | believes what ~he desires. Thirdly, this is due to long experience: 233 2, 59 | called "letting" or "hiring." Thirdly, a ~man transfers his thing 234 2, 59 | four sheep for one sheep." ~Thirdly retaliation is transferred 235 2, 60 | that he told an untruth. Thirdly, by saying what is true, 236 2, 60 | it over to his successor. Thirdly, a prelate may lay hands ~ 237 2, 60 | latter were to lose thereby. Thirdly, a man takes ~another's 238 2, 60 | other kind of assistance. Thirdly, on the part of the ~thing 239 2, 60 | robbery cannot take place. Thirdly, in the case of ~receiving; 240 2, 62 | declares (Ethic. v, 11). Thirdly, ~because life is God's 241 2, 62 | in opposition to justice: thirdly, ~because he deprives the 242 2, 63 | sense of pain is opposed. Thirdly, the ~movement or use of 243 2, 64 | one thing indeterminately. Thirdly, because a more peaceful 244 2, 68 | unless they be very numerous. Thirdly, because the condemnation 245 2, 68 | taking away his justice. Thirdly, owing to the falsehood 246 2, 70 | taunts but also reviles him. Thirdly, a man ~reproaches another 247 2, 71 | to be greater than it is; thirdly, by revealing something 248 2, 74 | in the ~imperative mood. Thirdly, "speaking" is related to 249 2, 74 | signification of Judea. Thirdly, the irrational creature 250 2, 78 | well-wishers of his country." Thirdly, according to the Philosopher ~( 251 2, 81 | Apostle (2 Cor. 1:11). Thirdly, that the more perfect may 252 2, 81 | wicked for their correction. ~Thirdly, because they are understood 253 2, 81 | be led into temptation. Thirdly, ~there is the present penal 254 2, 81 | the calves of our lips." Thirdly, we have recourse to ~vocal 255 2, 82 | thing is offered to God; ~thirdly, those acts whereby something 256 2, 82 | holiness contained therein. Thirdly, on account of the concourse 257 2, 82 | desire to return to Paradise. Thirdly, on account of Christ ~Who 258 2, 84 | delivered at some future ~time. Thirdly, on account of the need 259 2, 84 | that are freely offered; thirdly, if ~the parishes belong 260 2, 84 | thereupon is ~contemptible." Thirdly, on account of a previous 261 2, 86 | 88] A[6] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because a vow fixes the 262 2, 86 | observance of chastity: thirdly, the solemnity of the vow. ~ 263 2, 87 | an inducement to others: thirdly, by way of invocation for 264 2, 90 | whether tacit or explicit. Thirdly, the end of ~divine worship 265 2, 92 | children, or his marriage." Thirdly, on account of their ignorance 266 2, 93 | pouring forth prayer to God." ~Thirdly, if the Divine oracles be 267 2, 96 | obligation to do ~the contrary. Thirdly, there is perjury when judgment 268 2, 98 | 100] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, because sale is opposed 269 2, 102 | obeys in all things lawful: thirdly, ~indiscreet obedience, 270 2, 104 | begetting and upbringing: ~thirdly it is found in the person 271 2, 106 | says (De ~Civ. Dei i, 9). Thirdly, in order to mark the unity 272 2, 106 | 108] A[4] R.O. 2 Para. 4/4~Thirdly, because the good of one 273 2, 108 | 110] A[2] Body Para. 3/7~Thirdly, lies are divided in a more 274 2, 108 | respect of the evil intended; ~thirdly, accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT 275 2, 113 | deceitful kisses of an ~enemy." Thirdly, by way of occasion, as 276 2, 117 | stated in Ethic. iv, 6. ~Thirdly, because prodigality is 277 2, 120 | thyself any graven thing"; and thirdly, "Thou shalt not ~adore 278 2, 121 | this belongs to justice; ~thirdly, by removing the obstacles 279 2, 121 | off, or again of anger. Thirdly, through choice, not ~indeed 280 2, 121 | present than by the future. Thirdly, because endurance implies 281 2, 127 | remiss and ~slow of action; thirdly, he employs irony [*Cf. 282 2, 129 | without referring it to God. Thirdly, when a man's appetite ~ 283 2, 130 | whose judgment is uncertain: thirdly, on the part of ~the man 284 2, 130 | and agree with ~others. Thirdly, as regards "speech," and 285 2, 131 | to exceed one's ability. ~Thirdly, it may be considered in 286 2, 134 | is moderated by meekness; thirdly, to ~hatred, which charity 287 2, 140 | resisted ~became necessity." Thirdly, as to the remedy which 288 2, 140 | cowardice, is a greater vice. Thirdly, because it is easier to 289 2, 141 | and actions of the body; thirdly, in ~outward things. Now 290 2, 145 | fasting for three weeks. Thirdly, in ~order to satisfy for 291 2, 145 | with the ~newness of grace. Thirdly, according to Augustine ( 292 2, 146 | moderation in such matters. Thirdly, from the ~point of view 293 2, 146 | confident and joyful mind." Thirdly, as regards ~inordinate 294 2, 148 | may involve a venial sin. Thirdly, it may happen that a man 295 2, 151 | described as "scurrilous." Thirdly, on account ~of the end: 296 2, 152 | the ~children are his: "thirdly, she hath fornicated in 297 2, 152 | is called "bestiality." Thirdly, by copulation with an undue 298 2, 154 | 156] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Thirdly, incontinence is said to 299 2, 154 | more deserving of pardon. Thirdly, because anger seeks to 300 2, 156 | 158] A[7] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, anger may be considered 301 2, 159 | applies to the tenth degree; thirdly, by not being deterred from ~ 302 2, 159 | pertains to the seventh degree: thirdly, that in this respect ~one 303 2, 160 | 162] A[4] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it may be considered with 304 2, 160 | is ~uttered in word, and thirdly is accomplished in deed.~ 305 2, 161 | but only in potentiality. Thirdly, as to ~the power of operation: 306 2, 161 | both God and her ~neighbor. Thirdly, the man's sin was diminished 307 2, 162 | the ~days of thy life." Thirdly, by the obstacles encountered 308 2, 162 | is become as one of Us." Thirdly, by the ~reminder of their 309 2, 165 | 167] A[1] Body Para. 4/5~Thirdly, when a man desires to know 310 2, 166 | something of an upright mind." Thirdly, we must be careful, as 311 2, 167 | directed to the body's comfort. Thirdly, ~when a man is too solicitous [* 312 2, 169 | that followed." Hence, thirdly, prophecy is concerned with 313 2, 171 | secondly to the imagination, ~thirdly to the passive intellect, 314 2, 172 | boiling cauldron (Jer. 1:13). ~Thirdly, it is evidently a still 315 2, 172 | to speak to his friend." Thirdly, as regards the working 316 2, 173 | those who are possessed: thirdly, by the power of God. ~In 317 2, 173 | excess: Every man is a liar." Thirdly, so that he ~contemplates 318 2, 173 | knowledge of God ~Himself." Thirdly, the third heaven may denote 319 2, 174 | 176] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Thirdly, because the gift of prophecy 320 2, 174 | edified (1 ~Cor. 14:7-14). Thirdly, as to unbelievers for whose 321 2, 175 | to listen to God's word. Thirdly, in order that men may love 322 2, 175 | conversation burneth as fire." ~Thirdly, because as a rule women 323 2, 178 | secondly of His judgments, ~thirdly of His benefits, fourthly 324 2, 178 | exclusive of contemplation; thirdly, ~contemplation of the divine 325 2, 178 | being done, he mentions thirdly ~the uniformity which is 326 2, 180 | time "at the Lord's feet." Thirdly, because the contemplative ~ 327 2, 181 | are one body in ~Christ." Thirdly, this belongs to the dignity 328 2, 182 | his life for his friends." Thirdly, as to the effect of love, 329 2, 183 | 185] A[6] R.O. 2 Para. 3/3~Thirdly, according to the exposition 330 2, 184 | befitting to religious; thirdly, the ~different kinds of 331 2, 184 | superabundance of charity. ~Thirdly, a thing belongs to perfection 332 2, 184 | be without solicitude": thirdly, as ~a holocaust whereby 333 2, 184 | by the vow of continence; thirdly, the inordinateness of the ~ 334 2, 184 | by the vow of continence; thirdly, as regards the disposal 335 2, 184 | 186] A[8] Body Para. 4/5~Thirdly, because the vow of obedience 336 2, 184 | wickedness in My house?" ~Thirdly, the sin of a religious 337 2, 185 | easily sing hymns to God." Thirdly, with regard to reading, 338 2, 185 | hath taught much evil." Thirdly, it is directed to the ~ 339 2, 185 | them that are without." Thirdly, to avoid the discreditable 340 2, 185 | not burthensome to you?" Thirdly, in order to give an example ~ 341 2, 185 | not oppressed by want." Thirdly, ~because of the former 342 2, 185 | common to all the faithful. Thirdly, if they ~devote themselves 343 2, 185 | in the habit of penance." Thirdly, on account of ~vainglory; 344 2, 186 | 188] A[5] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, the study of letters is 345 2, 187 | in the life of a layman. Thirdly, in comparison with ~different 346 2, 187 | into decline and laxity. Thirdly, on account ~of sickness 347 2, 187 | sake of good fellowship. Thirdly, if one person entices ~ 348 2, 187 | the boat to the shore." Thirdly, we may ~consider the way 349 3, 1 | of the Word ~Incarnate; thirdly, what follows this union.~ 350 3, 1 | with us of human nature?" Thirdly, with regard to charity, ~ 351 3, 1 | your former worthlessness." Thirdly, because, "in order to ~ 352 3, 1 | Q[1] A[5] Body Para. 4/5~Thirdly, on account of the dignity 353 3, 1 | Q[1] A[6] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, this appears fitting to 354 3, 2 | secondly, the Person assuming; thirdly, the ~nature assumed.~Aquin.: 355 3, 2 | several things actually. Thirdly, because the form of such ~ 356 3, 2 | Father nor with His Mother. ~Thirdly, because there can be no 357 3, 2 | Q[2] A[1] Body Para. 4/4~Thirdly, a thing is made up of things 358 3, 2 | would be several Christs. Thirdly, because Christ would exist ~ 359 3, 2 | let him be anathema." Thirdly, because to the hypostasis 360 3, 2 | will of the Word of God; thirdly, "by operation," ~inasmuch 361 3, 2 | grace, as in the saints; ~thirdly, by personal union, which 362 3, 2 | came ~by Jesus Christ." Thirdly, because the Incarnation 363 3, 3 | Q[3] A[8] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, the reason for this fitness 364 3, 4 | with ~regard to its parts; thirdly, with regard to the order 365 3, 4 | nature, might merit for us. Thirdly, because a ~nature so existing 366 3, 4 | would be of equal dignity. Thirdly, because ~it is fitting 367 3, 4 | conquered by the devil. Thirdly, because God's ~power is 368 3, 5 | His passion ~and death. Thirdly, this would have detracted 369 3, 5 | what was most wounded." ~Thirdly, this position is against 370 3, 5 | assumed is ~not curable." Thirdly, it is against the truth 371 3, 7 | nature to be raised by grace. Thirdly, on account of ~the relation 372 3, 7 | perfect to ~human nature." Thirdly, it may be referred to habitual 373 3, 7 | as light follows the sun. Thirdly, the ~reason of this union 374 3, 8 | as was shown, Q[7], A[9]. Thirdly, He has the power of ~bestowing 375 3, 8 | united to Him by charity; ~thirdly, of those who are actually 376 3, 9 | pertains to created knowledge. ~Thirdly, because some created knowledge 377 3, 14 | O Thou Arm of the Lord." Thirdly, because it would seem ~ 378 3, 14 | as related Jn. 20:26. ~Thirdly, in order to show us an 379 3, 15 | De Fide Orth. iii, 20). Thirdly, because by sinning He could 380 3, 15 | became man when He willed." Thirdly, as regards the ~effect, 381 3, 16 | relation with His Father; thirdly, as to what belongs to Christ 382 3, 16 | commonly, was not always God. ~Thirdly, properly understood, this 383 3, 20 | of the Divine ordinance. Thirdly, human nature is especially ~ 384 3, 21 | what God does not wish: thirdly, to show that man should 385 3, 22 | third ~chapter of Leviticus. Thirdly, in order that the spirit 386 3, 22 | cause of eternal salvation." Thirdly, through Him we have ~acquired 387 3, 23 | likened to the ~Word of God. Thirdly, a creature is likened to 388 3, 27 | hath Christ with Belial?" Thirdly, because of ~the singular 389 3, 27 | disposed to the form of fire. Thirdly, there is ~the perfection 390 3, 28 | 28] A[1] Body Para. 4/5~Thirdly, this was befitting to the 391 3, 28 | 28] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it was fitting that He 392 3, 28 | 28] A[3] Body Para. 3/5~Thirdly, this is derogatory to the 393 3, 29 | for His Mother's sake; ~thirdly, for our sake. For the sake 394 3, 29 | 29] A[1] Body Para. 3/12~Thirdly, for the safety of the new-born 395 3, 29 | 29] A[1] Body Para. 7/12~Thirdly, that, as Jerome says, Joseph 396 3, 29 | 29] A[1] Body Para. 10/12~Thirdly, that all excuse be removed 397 3, 30 | 30] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, that she might offer to 398 3, 30 | 30] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because this was becoming 399 3, 30 | 30] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it is in keeping with the 400 3, 30 | 30] A[4] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, he purposed to lead her 401 3, 31 | author of ~His conception; thirdly, as to the manner and order 402 3, 31 | 31] A[4] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because in this fashion 403 3, 32 | 32] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because this is befitting 404 3, 33 | body from that matter; ~thirdly, the development whereby 405 3, 36 | 36] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because thus the reality 406 3, 36 | 36] A[2] R.O. 3 Para. 3/4~Thirdly, because thus the overthrow 407 3, 36 | foreshadowed in the Magi. Thirdly it came ~to the fulness 408 3, 36 | this, not even the moon. ~Thirdly, because it was visible 409 3, 37 | God had instituted of old. Thirdly, ~in order to prove that 410 3, 38 | 38] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, that by his baptism he 411 3, 38 | rite of Christ's baptism; thirdly, by penance, ~preparing 412 3, 38 | motive for yet greater envy." Thirdly, because, by continuing ~ 413 3, 39 | entirely in the water." Thirdly, He wished to be ~baptized, 414 3, 39 | approval of John's baptism." Thirdly, as Gregory Nazianzen ~says ( 415 3, 39 | 39] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because by Christ's being 416 3, 39 | 39] A[5] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, because the entrance to 417 3, 39 | 39] A[6] R.O. 4 Para. 3/6~Thirdly, the Holy Ghost appeared 418 3, 40 | 40] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, He came that by Him "we 419 3, 40 | 40] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, lest if He were rich His 420 3, 40 | it was ordained to Him. Thirdly, to deprive the Jews of 421 3, 40 | 40] A[4] R.O. 1 Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because this precept does 422 3, 41 | 41] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, in order to give us an 423 3, 41 | 41] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because after the fast, 424 3, 41 | Your eyes shall be opened." Thirdly, he led the temptation to ~ 425 3, 41 | pertains to ~vainglory. Thirdly, he led the temptation on 426 3, 42 | 42] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, in order to deprive the 427 3, 42 | 42] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, doctrine is hidden, as 428 3, 42 | 42] A[4] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, that His doctrine might 429 3, 43 | demons by the Spirit of God; thirdly, ~because He could not have 430 3, 43 | 43] A[4] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, from the very fact that 431 3, 44 | Theophylact, Enarr. in Luc.]. Thirdly, because, as Bede says, " 432 3, 44 | swine, except He allow them; thirdly, that they would have ~treated 433 3, 46 | Passion; secondly, His death; ~thirdly, His burial; and, fourthly, 434 3, 46 | to enter into His glory?" Thirdly, on ~God's part, whose determination 435 3, 46 | should follow in His steps." Thirdly, because Christ by His Passion 436 3, 46 | 46] A[5] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it may be considered with 437 3, 46 | scandalized at His ~Passion. Thirdly, the loss of His bodily 438 3, 46 | 46] A[6] Body Para. 3/5~Thirdly, the magnitude of Christ' 439 3, 46 | stated above (Q[14], A[4]). Thirdly, that by dying and rising ~ 440 3, 46 | A[10] R.O. 1 Para. 3/4~Thirdly, because it was specially 441 3, 46 | A[10] R.O. 2 Para. 3/3~Thirdly, as Chrysostom says in a 442 3, 46 | others on His left hand." ~Thirdly, according to Hilary (Comm. 443 3, 47 | proceed from obedience. Thirdly, it was in ~keeping with 444 3, 47 | His own ~will" (Is. 53:7). Thirdly, by not shielding Him from 445 3, 48 | one who was God and man; ~thirdly, on account of the extent 446 3, 48 | was fit for immolation. Thirdly, because, being ~sinless, 447 3, 49 | its head, which is Christ. Thirdly, by way of ~efficiency, 448 3, 49 | sepulchre and His soul in hell; thirdly, as to the shame and mockeries 449 3, 49 | above all the heavens." Thirdly, as to the sitting on ~the 450 3, 50 | likened to a phantom." ~Thirdly, that by dying He might 451 3, 51 | they that hear shall live." Thirdly, as ~an example to them 452 3, 51 | wrapped it up and buried it." Thirdly, as to the mystery ~whereby 453 3, 52 | exposed them confidently." Thirdly, that as He showed ~forth 454 3, 53 | 53] A[1] Body Para. 3/5~Thirdly, for the raising of our 455 3, 54 | glory ~of the Resurrection. Thirdly, because as stated above ( 456 3, 54 | Bede, on ~Lk. 24:40). Thirdly, "that when He pleads for 457 3, 55 | way from the ~sepulchre; thirdly to Peter; fourthly to the 458 3, 55 | features for them ~to behold. Thirdly, He shows that it was identically 459 3, 55 | that He both saw and heard; thirdly, in the ~works of the intellective 460 3, 57 | 57] A[1] R.O. 3 Para. 4/4~Thirdly, in order to direct the 461 3, 57 | faith; secondly, hope; thirdly, charity. Fourthly, our 462 3, 57 | of God took human nature. Thirdly, that being established 463 3, 58 | beatitude of the Father": thirdly, according to the same ~ 464 3, 58 | above (Q[16], AA[10],11). Thirdly, the said ~approach can 465 3, 59 | son He pleaseth Himself." Thirdly, wisdom is needed, upon 466 3, 59 | He is ~the Son of God." Thirdly, because, as Augustine observes ( 467 3, 59 | 59] A[4] Body Para. 4/4~Thirdly, the same thing is evident 468 3, 59 | wicked sons, and conversely. ~Thirdly, as to the result of his 469 3, 59 | round about the throne." Thirdly, on ~account of what they 470 3, 59 | Thou come to destroy us?" Thirdly, as to the ~essential reward 471 3, 60 | 60] A[6] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, a sacrament may be considered 472 3, 63 | in regard to the agent; thirdly, in ~regard to the recipient. 473 3, 64 | their institution, hence, thirdly, the excellence of Christ' 474 3, 65 | from on high" (Lk. 24:49). Thirdly, by ~nourishment, whereby 475 3, 65 | 65] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, this is made clear by considering 476 3, 66 | 66] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, because it is suitable 477 3, 66 | 66] A[9] Body Para. 4/5~Thirdly, because Baptism imprints 478 3, 66 | 66] A[10] Body Para. 4/4~Thirdly, because the power of the 479 3, 68 | Christian mode of life. Thirdly, a certain reverence for 480 3, 68 | two contradictory things. Thirdly, ~because there should be 481 3, 68 | forgiven them in Baptism. Thirdly, because the ~very act of 482 3, 69 | 69] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, this was suitable, lest 483 3, 69 | scorning the ~sacrament itself; thirdly, through observing a rite 484 3, 70 | the act ~of generation. Thirdly, because it was ordained 485 3, 73 | secondly, of its matter; thirdly, of ~its form; fourthly, 486 3, 73 | 73] A[5] Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, because last words, chiefly 487 3, 74 | into the ~body of Christ; thirdly, the manner in which Christ' 488 3, 74 | 74] A[1] Body Para. 4/5~Thirdly, as to the effect, considered 489 3, 74 | later (Q[76], A[1], ad 1). Thirdly, because ~this is more in 490 3, 74 | to the wine of the grape. Thirdly, because the wine ~from 491 3, 74 | His side in the ~Passion." Thirdly, because this is adapted 492 3, 75 | 75] A[1] Body Para. 4/5~Thirdly, it belongs to the perfection 493 3, 75 | which cannot be ~said here. Thirdly, because it is not possible 494 3, 75 | 75] A[2] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, because it would be opposed 495 3, 75 | Lord under His own species. Thirdly, ~that while we receive 496 3, 75 | 75] A[6] Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, it would be unbefitting 497 3, 75 | is ~illuminated suddenly. Thirdly on the part of the agent, 498 3, 75 | be disposed successively. Thirdly, because it is effected ~ 499 3, 76 | and the blood as ~drink. Thirdly, it is in keeping with its 500 3, 77 | motion of these species. Thirdly, because accidents do ~not


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