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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | and the New Law. ~But law implies a moral science which is 2 1, 3 | of corporeal quantity, it implies His virtual quantity; thus, ~ 3 1, 3 | no way composite. Hilary implies this ~argument, when he 4 1, 4 | more eminent way. Dionysius implies ~the same line of argument 5 1, 4 | OBJ 2: Further, likeness implies comparison. But there can 6 1, 5 | relatively. Thus to be white ~implies relative being, for to be 7 1, 5 | the ~aspect of desirable, implies the idea of a final cause, 8 1, 5 | merely potential. Now being implies the habitude of a ~formal 9 1, 5 | OBJ 3: Further, goodness implies desirability. Now primary 10 1, 5 | perfect; since every act implies some ~sort of perfection; 11 1, 5 | perfection; and perfection implies desirability and goodness, 12 1, 5 | But ~to be self-giving implies the aspect of an efficient 13 1, 5 | cause. Therefore goodness implies the aspect of an efficient 14 1, 5 | it is clear that goodness implies the ~aspect of an end. Nevertheless, 15 1, 6 | OBJ 3: Further, supreme implies comparison. But things not 16 1, 6 | comparison the supreme good implies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[3] 17 1, 11 | thing measured. For "one" implies the ~idea of a primary measure; 18 1, 13 | to say that He is a body ~implies that He is not a mere potentiality, 19 1, 14 | But the idea of quantity implies the order of ~parts. Therefore 20 1, 14 | because such a proposition implies that ~first of all He did 21 1, 16 | But as they saw that truth implies relation to intellect, they 22 1, 17 | really is. For as truth implies an adequate ~apprehension 23 1, 17 | apprehension of a thing, so falsity implies the contrary. Hence it is ~ 24 1, 17 | apprehend being, and not-being, implies contrariety; for, as the ~ 25 1, 18 | but not in so far as life implies a principle ~of operation.~ 26 1, 19 | to things not possessed, implies imperfection, which cannot 27 1, 19 | to all; and as election implies a certain distinction.~Aquin.: 28 1, 19 | generation of one ~thing, which implies the corruption of another. 29 1, 20 | good to others; yet it implies no composition in God. ~( 30 1, 23 | the antecedent nature it ~implies, can be attributed to a 31 1, 23 | inasmuch as predestination ~implies a relation to grace, as 32 1, 23 | end. Hence ~reprobation implies not only foreknowledge, 33 1, 23 | OBJ 3: Further, election implies some discrimination. Now 34 1, 24 | same thing. For this latter implies the knowledge of ~predestination; 35 1, 24 | as stated above (A[1]), implies a ~conscription or a knowledge 36 1, 25 | logically; ~inasmuch as power implies a notion of a principle 37 1, 25 | Therefore, ~that which implies being and non-being at the 38 1, 25 | omnipotent: whereas whatever ~implies contradiction does not come 39 1, 25 | with God." For whatever implies a contradiction ~cannot 40 1, 25 | omnipotence anything that implies a contradiction. Now ~that 41 1, 25 | past should not have been implies a contradiction. For as 42 1, 25 | contradiction. For as it ~implies a contradiction to say that 43 1, 25 | but absolutely since it implies a contradiction. Thus, it 44 1, 25 | and goodness. But if it implies the manner of the thing 45 1, 26 | OBJ 2: Further, Beatitude implies the notion of end. Now the 46 1, 28 | real relation requires and implies in reality two ~terms. Therefore 47 1, 28 | But in so far as relation implies respect to ~something else, 48 1, 28 | the same; because action implies reference as of something " 49 1, 28 | thing moved; whereas passion implies reference as ~of something " 50 1, 29 | subsistences in God; which implies that "person" and ~"subsistence" 51 1, 29 | God. Both because reason implies a discursive ~knowledge, 52 1, 29 | only in the sense which ~implies incommunicability. "Substance" 53 1, 29 | And what is "by itself" implies relation ~indirectly; for 54 1, 30 | no number." But plurality implies number. Therefore there ~ 55 1, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: "Difference" implies distinction of form. There 56 1, 32 | Reply OBJ 4: Since Person implies dignity, as stated above ( 57 1, 33 | Hence, since "begotten" implies ~relation in God, "unbegotten" 58 1, 34 | 1/2~I answer that, Word implies relation to creatures. For 59 1, 35 | derived from imitation, which implies "before" ~and "after." But 60 1, 36 | of Spirit inasmuch as it implies a moving power. But to no ~ 61 1, 38 | divine persons. But gift implies a ~subjection both as regards 62 1, 38 | to whom it ~is given, it implies a free use, or enjoyment, 63 1, 39 | corruption in ourselves implies generation ~or corruption 64 1, 39 | principle." "Equality" ~implies unity as regards another; 65 1, 39 | from a principle." "Union" implies the unity of two; and is ~ 66 1, 39 | earthly spirit, which often implies a certain violent ~impulse, 67 1, 39 | preposition "from" [ex] sometimes implies a ~certain relation of the 68 1, 41 | take away movement, action implies nothing ~more than order 69 1, 41 | principle: and a principle implies ~distinction from that of 70 1, 42 | are distinct. Now equality implies both - namely, distinction 71 1, 42 | begotten of his father; which implies priority and ~posteriority 72 1, 42 | Nature in a certain way implies the idea of a principle, ~ 73 1, 42 | unity of the divine nature implies that the Son so acts ~of 74 1, 43 | sent. Anyone being sent implies a certain kind of ~procession 75 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Mission implies inferiority in the one sent, 76 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Further, mission implies procession. But the procession 77 1, 43 | anyone." Now perception implies a certain experimental knowledge; 78 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 3: Since mission implies the origin of the person 79 1, 43 | not to them, for mission implies distance, whereas Christ, 80 1, 43 | mission in its very meaning ~implies that he who is sent either 81 1, 43 | the one to whom it is sent implies two ~things, the indwelling 82 1, 45 | preposition "from" [ex] implies order, as has been said 83 1, 45 | even as in passion, which ~implies movement, is implied a relation 84 1, 46 | which is nothing," ~but also implies a space capable of holding 85 1, 46 | made; and so to be made implies a ~"before" and "after." 86 1, 48 | good, the ~absence of one implies the absence of the other.~ 87 1, 49 | defect of the action, which ~implies the defect of some principle, 88 1, 51 | union; because to ~assume implies a taking to oneself [ad 89 1, 53 | one in act: because energy implies actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP 90 1, 59 | OBJ 2: Further, free-will implies indifference to alternatives. 91 1, 63 | is in the demons. ~Anger implies passion, and so does concupiscence; 92 1, 63 | apprehension, because it implies a contradiction; for it 93 1, 66 | privation. But this condition implies ~corruptibility. It is therefore 94 1, 68 | making of the firmament implies the production of the element 95 1, 68 | of understanding it, he implies in the words: "Darkness ~ 96 1, 69 | formlessness of ~matter implies the total absence of form, 97 1, 38 | divine persons. But gift implies a ~subjection both as regards 98 1, 38 | to whom it ~is given, it implies a free use, or enjoyment, 99 1, 39 | corruption in ourselves implies generation ~or corruption 100 1, 39 | principle." "Equality" ~implies unity as regards another; 101 1, 39 | from a principle." "Union" implies the unity of two; and is ~ 102 1, 39 | earthly spirit, which often implies a certain violent ~impulse, 103 1, 39 | preposition "from" [ex] sometimes implies a ~certain relation of the 104 1, 41 | take away movement, action implies nothing ~more than order 105 1, 41 | principle: and a principle implies ~distinction from that of 106 1, 42 | are distinct. Now equality implies both - namely, distinction 107 1, 42 | begotten of his father; which implies priority and ~posteriority 108 1, 42 | Nature in a certain way implies the idea of a principle, ~ 109 1, 42 | unity of the divine nature implies that the Son so acts ~of 110 1, 43 | sent. Anyone being sent implies a certain kind of ~procession 111 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Mission implies inferiority in the one sent, 112 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Further, mission implies procession. But the procession 113 1, 43 | anyone." Now perception implies a certain experimental knowledge; 114 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 3: Since mission implies the origin of the person 115 1, 43 | not to them, for mission implies distance, whereas Christ, 116 1, 43 | mission in its very meaning ~implies that he who is sent either 117 1, 43 | the one to whom it is sent implies two ~things, the indwelling 118 1, 46 | preposition "from" [ex] implies order, as has been said 119 1, 46 | even as in passion, which ~implies movement, is implied a relation 120 1, 47 | which is nothing," ~but also implies a space capable of holding 121 1, 47 | made; and so to be made implies a ~"before" and "after." 122 1, 49 | good, the ~absence of one implies the absence of the other.~ 123 1, 50 | defect of the action, which ~implies the defect of some principle, 124 1, 52 | union; because to ~assume implies a taking to oneself [ad 125 1, 54 | one in act: because energy implies actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP 126 1, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, free-will implies indifference to alternatives. 127 1, 64 | is in the demons. ~Anger implies passion, and so does concupiscence; 128 1, 64 | apprehension, because it implies a contradiction; for it 129 1, 67 | privation. But this condition implies ~corruptibility. It is therefore 130 1, 69 | making of the firmament implies the production of the element 131 1, 69 | of understanding it, he implies in the words: "Darkness ~ 132 1, 70 | formlessness of ~matter implies the total absence of form, 133 1, 78 | Now the intellect in act ~implies understanding in act; and 134 1, 78 | very nature of the word, implies the relation of ~knowledge 135 1, 82 | to knowledge, because it implies a certain ~comparison of 136 1, 82 | act of ~"understanding" implies the simple acceptation of 137 1, 82 | of the appetite to "will" implies the simple appetite ~for 138 1, 84 | composition and division implies past, present, or ~future 139 1, 91 | greater dimensions. This ~implies rarefaction, which is for 140 1, 92 | imperfect. And Scripture implies the same when it says that 141 1, 92 | in this ~sense; but as it implies a likeness in nature, that 142 1, 92 | ii, 12) that the ~image implies "an intelligent being, endowed 143 1, 92 | self-movement, whereas likeness implies a likeness of power, as 144 1, 93 | an enigma, for an enigma implies obscurity, as Augustine ~ 145 1, 94 | state of ~innocence; for it implies an obscurity of knowledge 146 1, 94 | act. ~But any virtue which implies imperfection incompatible 147 1, 95 | therefore such dominion implies of necessity ~a pain inflicted 148 1, 102 | Reply OBJ 2: Government implies a certain change effected 149 1, 107 | angelic grades; and ~this implies that men are taken up into 150 1, 111 | subjection." But to be sent implies subjection. Therefore ~the 151 1, 114 | matter. For virtue [ratio] implies something of a spiritual 152 2 | in so far as the image implies "an intelligent being ~endowed 153 2, 1 | an end, in its very name, implies ~something that is last. 154 2, 4 | end; comprehension, which implies presence of the end; and 155 2, 4 | delight or ~enjoyment, which implies repose of the lover in the 156 2, 4 | heaven." But to be in heaven implies being in a place. Therefore 157 2, 5 | Q[2], A[7]), Happiness ~implies two things, to wit, the 158 2, 6 | for the word "voluntary" implies that their ~movements and 159 2, 6 | to wish. But not to wish ~implies involuntariness, which is 160 2, 6 | this sense "not to wish" implies involuntariness. Secondly 161 2, 6 | OBJ 2: Further, every sin implies ignorance; according to 162 2, 7 | to be useful; and this ~implies some kind of relation: wherefore 163 2, 11 | OBJ 3: Further, enjoyment implies a certain delight. But sensible ~ 164 2, 11 | 1]) the notion of fruit implies two ~things: first that 165 2, 11 | I answer that, To enjoy implies a certain relation of the 166 2, 12 | OBJ 3: Further, intention implies a kind of ordaining to an 167 2, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Enjoyment implies rest in the end; and this 168 2, 12 | end alone. But intention implies movement towards an end, 169 2, 12 | contrary, Intention of an end implies ordaining something to an ~ 170 2, 13 | but of reason. ~For choice implies comparison, whereby one 171 2, 13 | answer that, The word choice implies something belonging to the 172 2, 13 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Choice implies a previous comparison; not 173 2, 13 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, choice implies preference of one thing 174 2, 14 | that we do. For ~counsel implies some kind of conference. 175 2, 14 | answer that, Counsel properly implies a conference held between ~ 176 2, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Counsel implies conference, not of any kind, 177 2, 14 | OBJ 2: Further, counsel implies the reason's inquiry. But, 178 2, 15 | 1~I answer that, Consent implies application of sense to 179 2, 15 | similitude, in so far as it implies seeking ~acquaintance, it 180 2, 15 | something]; and thus it implies a certain distance from ~ 181 2, 15 | to feel ~with," and this implies a certain union to the object 182 2, 15 | irrational animals. ~For consent implies a determination of the appetite 183 2, 15 | of this is that consent implies an application of the ~appetitive 184 2, 15 | passive: whereas consent implies a ~determination of the 185 2, 16 | that, The use of a thing implies the application of that 186 2, 16 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: To enjoy implies the absolute movement of 187 2, 16 | appetible: whereas to use implies a movement of the appetite 188 2, 16 | as stated above (A[1]), implies the application of ~one 189 2, 16 | general, in so far as it ~implies the relation of an end to 190 2, 16 | more relative. But choice implies two relations: ~one, of 191 2, 16 | is preferred; whereas use implies ~relation to the end only. 192 2, 18 | generation, inasmuch as it implies union of male and female, 193 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Evil implies privation, not absolute, 194 2, 18 | since not every circumstance implies ~accord or disaccord with 195 2, 21 | or evil." Now ~judgment implies retribution, in respect 196 2, 22 | 1]) the word "passion" ~implies that the patient is drawn 197 2, 23 | Further, difference of species implies a difference of form. But ~ 198 2, 25 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, love implies a certain union; since it 199 2, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Despair implies movement away from good; 200 2, 25 | accidental: and daring implies movement towards evil; and 201 2, 26 | versa. Because dilection implies, in addition to love, a ~ 202 2, 26 | price, as the word itself implies [*Referring to the ~Latin " 203 2, 27 | above (Q[26], AA[1],2), love implies a ~certain connaturalness 204 2, 27 | other passion of ~the soul implies either movement towards 205 2, 28 | being its cause; desire implies the real absence of the ~ 206 2, 29 | seemingly: since hatred implies a ~turning away from evil, 207 2, 29 | from evil, whereas love implies a turning towards good. ~ 208 2, 29 | notion of universality ~implies something in common. Therefore 209 2, 31 | the sensible to the sense implies movement, ~which is an imperfect 210 2, 32 | possessed or effected: and this implies use or operation.~Aquin.: 211 2, 32 | OBJ 3: Further, movement implies a certain innovation, which 212 2, 32 | so hope, inasmuch as it implies a present ~appraising of 213 2, 32 | whereas, inasmuch as it ~implies absence of that good, it 214 2, 32 | pleasure, not because it implies ignorance, ~but in so far 215 2, 33 | Reply OBJ 1: Bodily pleasure implies indeed repose of the appetite 216 2, 33 | part of the body it always implies alteration. And in respect 217 2, 34 | enjoyment of God, which implies a certain ~pleasure in the 218 2, 35 | relations ~to contrary things, implies a certain likeness, e.g. 219 2, 35 | wickedness, as the text implies; so sadness of the heart 220 2, 37 | movement: whereas sorrow ~implies a transmutation that is 221 2, 38 | transmutation; for sorrow ~itself implies a certain weariness or ailing 222 2, 40 | contrary to ~hope, which implies movement of stretching out 223 2, 40 | of despair [desperatio] implies that it ~is contrary to 224 2, 40 | this object, wherefore it implies a movement of withdrawal: 225 2, 40 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Despair implies not only privation of hope, 226 2, 40 | causes of hope. ~Because hope implies certainty and steadiness; 227 2, 40 | to action. ~Because hope implies security. But security begets 228 2, 41 | the notion of passion implies first of all a movement 229 2, 41 | Cf. OBJ ~1). Again, it implies relation to evil as overcoming, 230 2, 42 | of the appetitive power implies pursuit, ~has some good 231 2, 42 | object: and whatever movement implies avoidance, ~has an evil 232 2, 42 | object. Wherefore, since fear implies an avoidance, ~in the first 233 2, 42 | of time, ~i.e. for ever, implies, so to speak, an infinite 234 2, 44 | movement of the soul, fear implies a certain ~contraction: 235 2, 45 | contrary. And as contrariety implies privation, so ~daring implies 236 2, 45 | implies privation, so ~daring implies safety.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 237 2, 45 | anything pertaining to defect implies either the removal ~of the 238 2, 46 | vengeance. ~Now vengeance implies a comparison between the 239 2, 46 | above (A[2]) that hatred implies application of evil to ~ 240 2, 49 | quality?~(3) Whether habit implies an order to an act?~(4) 241 2, 49 | quality, properly speaking, implies a ~certain mode of substance. 242 2, 49 | determines": wherefore it implies a certain ~determination 243 2, 49 | Reply OBJ 1: Disposition implies a certain order, as stated 244 2, 49 | clear that the word "habit" ~implies a certain lastingness: while 245 2, 49 | Para. 1/1~Whether habit implies order to an act?~Aquin.: 246 2, 49 | operation. Wherefore habit ~implies relation not only to the 247 2, 49 | primarily and of itself implies a relation to the ~thing' 248 2, 49 | that the habit ~principally implies relation to an act. Now 249 2, 49 | is subjected in a power, implies principally ~relation to 250 2, 49 | of act, it consequently implies a relation to act. Wherefore ~ 251 2, 49 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, habit implies relation to an act. But 252 2, 49 | relation to an act. But power implies ~sufficiently a principle 253 2, 49 | said above (AA[2],3), habit implies a ~disposition in relation 254 2, 50 | Therefore in so far as habit implies disposition to ~operation, 255 2, 50 | suitability to nature, implies the notion of disposition: 256 2, 50 | Q[49], AA[2],3), habit implies a ~certain disposition in 257 2, 50 | of power, according as it implies a ~disposition to nature: 258 2, 50 | nature: whereas power always implies a relation to ~operation, 259 2, 53 | accident, its very notion implies ~dependence on a subject, 260 2, 53 | accident in the abstract, it implies relation to a subject, which ~ 261 2, 55 | very nature of the word, implies some ~perfection of power, 262 2, 55 | said above (A[1]), virtue implies a perfection ~of power: 263 2, 55 | needs be good: for ~all evil implies defect; wherefore Dionysius 264 2, 56 | essence of virtue, ~which implies perfection of a power; for 265 2, 61 | for the sake of a due end, implies a certain rectitude, which 266 2, 65 | friendship with Him; which implies, besides love, a certain ~ 267 2, 66 | the other hand, charity ~implies love of friendship, to which 268 2, 67 | bliss, of its very nature, implies perfection ~on the part 269 2, 67 | which, in its very nature, ~implies imperfection of its subject, 270 2, 67 | movement of its very ~nature implies imperfection of its subject, 271 2, 69 | approach thereto; and this implies some action. And a man is 272 2, 69 | therefore, since beatitude implies ~something ultimate, the 273 2, 69 | comforted, ~because fulness implies abundance of comfort. And 274 2, 70 | object of his joy. Now peace implies these two things, namely, ~ 275 2, 71 | something ~consequently. Virtue implies "directly" a disposition 276 2, 71 | nature." That which virtue implies ~"consequently" is that 277 2, 71 | respect of ~that which virtue implies consequently, viz. that 278 2, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Virtue implies not only perfection of power, 279 2, 71 | will. Therefore every sin implies an act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 280 2, 71 | act; whereas not every sin implies an act, ~as stated above ( 281 2, 72 | the principle of order, implies ~inordinateness in the things 282 2, 73 | something, and for that reason, ~implies a closer cleaving; whereas 283 2, 74 | 1~I answer that, Consent implies a judgment about the thing 284 2, 76 | more than its own gravity implies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 285 2, 76 | gravity of the drunkenness implies, as stated above (ad 2). 286 2, 83 | And so, ~since creation implies a relation in the soul to 287 2, 83 | the other hand, ~infusion implies relation both to God infusing 288 2, 84 | from the head. But ~sin implies privation of order. Therefore 289 2, 84 | But in so far as ~sin implies a turning to something, 290 2, 84 | the first ~place happiness implies perfection, since happiness 291 2, 84 | vainglory." Secondly, it implies satiety, which "covetousness" 292 2, 84 | promise thereof. Thirdly, it implies pleasure, without ~which 293 2, 84 | capital vices, because it implies a special kind ~of movement 294 2, 91 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, a law implies order to an end. But nothing 295 2, 91 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The law implies order to the end actively, 296 2, 95 | adapted to place and time," he implies that it ~should be helpful 297 2, 99 | is evident that a precept implies, in its ~very idea, relation 298 2, 99 | alone, of all the virtues, implies the notion of ~duty. Consequently 299 2, 100 | at once. ~Now a precept implies the notion of duty. But 300 2, 100 | since its transgression implies a less grievous sin.~Aquin.: 301 2, 100 | properly to a habit, and implies that the action proceeds 302 2, 103 | In ~fact, the Law itself implies this in the terms employed: 303 2, 108 | commandment is ~that a commandment implies obligation, whereas a counsel 304 2, 109 | is light." Now every use implies movement, taking movement 305 2, 110 | inquiry:~(1) Whether grace implies something in the soul?~( 306 2, 110 | Para. 1/1~Whether grace implies anything in the soul?~Aquin.: 307 2, 110 | and the soul. Hence grace implies nothing created in the soul.~ 308 2, 110 | Now the remission of sin implies ~nothing in the soul, but 309 2, 110 | 1~On the contrary, Light implies something in what is enlightened. 310 2, 110 | blind." Therefore grace ~implies something in the soul.~Aquin.: 311 2, 110 | it is clear that grace implies something in ~him who receives 312 2, 111 | since the notion of neither implies imperfection.~Aquin.: SMT 313 2, 113 | Justification taken passively implies a movement towards ~heat. 314 2, 113 | justice, by its nature, implies a certain rectitude of ~ 315 2, 113 | ways: first, inasmuch as it implies a right ~order in man's 316 2, 113 | so-called inasmuch as it implies a certain ~rectitude of 317 2, 113 | and thus justification implies a ~transmutation from the 318 2, 113 | Every sin, inasmuch as it implies the disorder of a mind ~ 319 2, 113 | and will; whereas justice implies a general ~rectitude of 320 2, 113 | the Divine ~will but also implies a certain effect of grace, 321 2, 113 | Hence, since ~deliberation implies a certain reasoning process, 322 2, 113 | reasoning process, and this implies ~succession, the justification 323 2, 1 | 1/2~I answer that, Faith implies assent of the intellect 324 2, 1 | very name of the Godhead implies a kind of watching ~over 325 2, 2 | word "cogitatio" [thought] implies a research, for ~"cogitare" [ 326 2, 2 | to believe in God," which implies ~movement towards an end, 327 2, 8 | answer that, Understanding implies an intimate knowledge, for ~" 328 2, 8 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Faith implies merely assent to what is 329 2, 8 | proposed but ~understanding implies a certain perception of 330 2, 8 | universal cause. Ignorance implies a ~defect in the mind, even 331 2, 8 | end, which the word fruit implies, pertains to ~the appetitive 332 2, 9 | natural faculty. But knowledge implies an effect ~of natural reason: 333 2, 9 | since the word knowledge implies certitude of judgment as ~ 334 2, 14 | while blindness of mind implies the complete privation of 335 2, 15 | charged with the office implies being charged ~to know the 336 2, 16 | belongs to ~longanimity. It implies a reference to the Divine 337 2, 17 | happiness of the saints implies not only glory of ~the soul 338 2, 18 | ordered to an end, while ~evil implies lack of this order, that 339 2, 18 | fear, as to its substance, ~implies merely fear of punishment, 340 2, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, love implies union, whereas fear implies 341 2, 18 | implies union, whereas fear implies separation. Now ~separation 342 2, 18 | submission. Yet, in a ~way, it implies separation, in the point 343 2, 18 | of the love of charity ~implies not a decrease but an increase 344 2, 18 | one of avoidance, fear ~implies avoidance of a possible 345 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hope implies a certain defect, namely 346 2, 18 | is present: whereas fear implies a ~natural defect in a creature, 347 2, 18 | to ~a term, whereas fear implies movement by way of a relation 348 2, 18 | the first beatitude, which implies withdrawal from external 349 2, 20 | Presumption on God's mercy implies both conversion to a ~mutable 350 2, 20 | little in ~Him, since it implies a depreciation of His power; 351 2, 20 | hope, because presumption ~implies movement to something, just 352 2, 22 | love, of its very nature, implies an act of the will.~Aquin.: 353 2, 22 | and of hope: but ~charity implies union with that good, whereas 354 2, 22 | that good, whereas hope implies distance ~therefrom. Hence 355 2, 23 | more ~in its subject, which implies a greater radication in 356 2, 23 | essential increase of charity implies ability to produce an act 357 2, 24 | friendship, by its very nature, implies mutual love and ~equality ( 358 2, 24 | friend, since friendship implies union, for Dionysius says ( 359 2, 24 | contrary to charity, since it implies love of that which is evil 360 2, 25 | some principle. Now order ~implies that certain things are, 361 2, 25 | Wherefore ~charity, above all, implies relation to the First Principle, 362 2, 27 | some evil. ~Now every evil implies lack of participation in 363 2, 28 | 1/1~I answer that, Peace implies a twofold union, as stated 364 2, 32 | sin deliberately." ~This implies that to hate God, the giver 365 2, 33 | are also cold. Hence sloth implies ~a certain weariness of 366 2, 35 | resists; while sometimes ~it implies sin in both parties, as 367 2, 39 | answer that, While contention implies a contradiction of words, 368 2, 40 | with them, in so far as it implies a certain antagonism, and 369 2, 41 | answer that, Passive scandal implies that the mind of the person 370 2, 41 | nothing ought to be ~done that implies active scandal. The question 371 2, 41 | avoid scandal. But this implies a contradiction, since if 372 2, 42 | Q[99], A[1]), a precept ~implies the notion of something 373 2, 42 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, order implies some kind of distinction. 374 2, 44 | Etym. x), in that folly implies ~apathy in the heart and 375 2, 45 | prudence. For ~solicitude implies disquiet, wherefore Isidore 376 2, 45 | the other ~hand prudence implies a relation to a right appetite. 377 2, 47 | the word foresight, for it implies the notion ~of something 378 2, 49 | concerned with counsel, which implies ~doubt and research, and 379 2, 49 | is the matter of a virtue implies perfection. For ~man needs 380 2, 50 | OBJ 2: Further, counsel implies doubt, for it is absurd 381 2, 51 | rashness. Now ~rashness implies presumption, which pertains 382 2, 53 | Wherefore, since prudence implies ~direction to some appetible 383 2, 53 | the Divine law, since this implies ~contempt of God. Now "the 384 2, 55 | equality, as its very name implies; indeed we are wont to say ~ 385 2, 55 | Reply OBJ 3: Since justice implies equality, and since we cannot 386 2, 56 | that act, ~because habit implies relation to act. And if 387 2, 56 | intercourse." Now ~this implies relationship of one man 388 2, 56 | since justice by its name ~implies equality, it denotes essentially 389 2, 56 | different way: and this ~implies a real and not merely a 390 2, 58 | the other ~hand judgment implies an obligation, wherefore 391 2, 60 | something done ~over again, it implies identity of object. Hence 392 2, 60 | affirmative in form, it implies a negative precept forbidding 393 2, 64 | actions whose very name implies wickedness," and among these 394 2, 64 | 1~I answer that, Robbery implies a certain violence and coercion 395 2, 70 | consist in words. Reviling ~implies some injury inflicted on 396 2, 71 | the notion of a good name implies something known to the ~ 397 2, 71 | backbiting, in as much ~as it implies greater contempt of one' 398 2, 73 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Jesting implies nothing contrary to charity 399 2, 77 | are so related that one implies the other, ~are not mutually 400 2, 77 | avoids the punishment. But it implies a ~movement of the will 401 2, 77 | second by contrariety, which ~implies greater remoteness: wherefore 402 2, 78 | virtue: and since a due implies necessity, this kind of 403 2, 79 | Reply OBJ 3: Since servant implies relation to a lord, wherever 404 2, 81 | to be sought first, He ~implies that the other" (i.e. temporal 405 2, 87 | answer that, An obligation implies something to be done or 406 2, 87 | of ~dispensation: but it implies that what hitherto came 407 2, 91 | The glorification of God implies that what is done is done ~ 408 2, 95 | matters relating to God implies irreverence towards Him. 409 2, 95 | temptation of God, since it ~implies greater irreverence for 410 2, 96 | because by so doing one implies either that God ignores 411 2, 96 | action that of its nature, implies contempt of God is a ~mortal 412 2, 96 | perjury, of its very nature implies contempt of God, ~since, 413 2, 98 | because the sale thereof implies the sale of things spiritual. 414 2, 98 | not simoniacal since it ~implies no buying or selling. Therefore 415 2, 98 | for an unworthy person ~implies, seemingly, that this is 416 2, 117 | external action, prodigality implies excess ~in giving, but deficiency 417 2, 121 | to that of fear, since it implies pursuit. ~Since then fortitude 418 2, 121 | because endurance seemingly implies that one is being ~attacked 419 2, 121 | Thirdly, because endurance implies length of time, whereas 420 2, 125 | far as it denotes a vice, implies excess of ~passion, and 421 2, 127 | A[4]). But magnanimity implies certain dispositions of 422 2, 128 | inasmuch, to wit, as it implies ~contempt of something Divine, 423 2, 132 | something ~great, as its name implies [magnificence= magna facere - 424 2, 139 | this, since its very name implies ~moderation or temperateness, 425 2, 142 | justice. since ~shamefacedness implies a certain passion, whereas 426 2, 142 | 1. Now shamefacedness implies a praiseworthy act; wherefore 427 2, 143 | the honest, inasmuch as it implies spiritual beauty, is an 428 2, 143 | its own sake: the useful implies reference to ~something 429 2, 150 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: A precept implies a duty, as stated above ( 430 2, 152 | Now simple fornication implies an inordinateness that ~ 431 2, 152 | Further, rape, apparently, implies violence. For it is stated 432 2, 152 | the other party." Now this implies a special deformity of ~ 433 2, 152 | that, Adultery, as its name implies, "is access to another's ~ 434 2, 152 | intercourse. Now ~incest implies a special condition on the 435 2, 153 | of mind which fortitude implies. As to ~anger, it is true 436 2, 157 | simply savage, because this ~implies a vice; but he is said to 437 2, 160 | inordinately. Since, however, pride implies a ~certain elation, it is 438 2, 160 | habit of sinning," which implies contempt of God.~Aquin.: 439 2, 172 | knowledge, because faith implies an ~imperfection of knowledge. 440 2, 172 | In like manner prophecy implies a certain ~obscurity, and 441 2, 177 | Further, the word "life" implies movement, according to Dionysius ~( 442 2, 180 | contemplative. For merit implies relation to meed; and meed 443 2, 181 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Duty implies relation to act; while grades 444 2, 181 | less," and this seemingly implies the ~notion of grades. But 445 2, 182 | charity. Now perfection implies a certain universality ~ 446 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~Whether religion implies a state of perfection?~Aquin.: 447 3, 2 | stated above (A[7]), union implies a certain ~relation of the 448 3, 2 | be ~said to be that union implies the relation: whereas assumption 449 3, 2 | relation: whereas assumption implies ~the action, whereby someone 450 3, 2 | difference arises, for assumption implies "becoming," whereas ~union 451 3, 2 | becoming," whereas ~union implies "having become," and therefore 452 3, 2 | union of the Incarnation implies the greatest unity. ~Aquin.: 453 3, 2 | 1/1~I answer that, Union implies the joining of several in 454 3, 3 | OBJ 2: Further, assumption implies the term of union, as was 455 3, 3 | above (A[1]), assumption implies two things, ~viz. the act 456 3, 3 | AA[1],2,4), assumption implies two ~things, viz. the act 457 3, 5 | without reason, since it implies the collation of ~effect 458 3, 6 | comes before. But the soul implies the very essence, ~which 459 3, 7 | there was faith, since it implies nothing imperfect.~Aquin.: 460 3, 7 | matter; nevertheless, it implies a certain ~defect with regard 461 3, 7 | prophecy. ~For prophecy implies a certain obscure and imperfect 462 3, 15 | fomes" of sin, ~for this implies the lust after pleasurable 463 3, 15 | dread," in so far as ~dread implies a perfect passion drawing 464 3, 16 | in person, and this union implies a relation. Hence it does 465 3, 16 | Reply OBJ 2: Incarnation implies union with flesh, rather 466 3, 16 | stated above, to be made implies that something. is ~newly 467 3, 16 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, "man" implies a suppositum of human nature. 468 3, 16 | this because "to ~begin" implies being now and not heretofore: 469 3, 16 | definition of a person, implies a complete substance subsisting 470 3, 17 | Peter." For this word "man" implies one having manhood ~indistinctly, 471 3, 17 | even as the word "God" implies indistinctly one having 472 3, 17 | word "Peter" or "Jesus" implies one having manhood ~distinctly, 473 3, 17 | properties, as "Son of ~God" implies one having the Godhead under 474 3, 17 | 1~Reply OBJ 7: Otherwise implies diversity of accident. Hence 475 3, 17 | simply. But ~"another thing" implies diversity of substance. 476 3, 18 | willed in itself, ~which implies the nature of an end; the 477 3, 18 | rational soul, in as far ~as it implies a struggle in the will arising 478 3, 20 | Himself ~inasmuch as this implies a plurality of supposita, 479 3, 21 | strictly, according as it implies the passing from potentiality 480 3, 21 | secondly, because prayer ~implies a certain ordering inasmuch 481 3, 24 | predestinated; since predestination implies a certain ~antecedence. 482 3, 24 | this participle "made," implies antecedence, yet ~there 483 3, 24 | and in this respect it implies ~a certain antecedence in 484 3, 24 | forasmuch as predestination implies antecedence and gratuitous ~ 485 3, 27 | in thee!" But the fomes implies a blemish, ~at any rate 486 3, 27 | the offspring. Now lust implies ~inordinate concupiscence, 487 3, 35 | not every generation implies ~fatherhood or motherhood 488 3, 44 | of ~righteousness, which implies rectitude of the will, and 489 3, 47 | OBJ 2: Although obedience implies necessity with regard to 490 3, 47 | commanded, nevertheless it implies free-will with regard to 491 3, 48 | OBJ 3: Further, atonement implies equality with the trespass, 492 3, 49 | 1/2~I answer that, Merit implies a certain equality of justice: 493 3, 52 | text. 32; ~while descent implies corporeal motion. Therefore 494 3, 53 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Detention implies a certain compulsion. But 495 3, 57 | edition; see OBJ[2]]~A place implies the notion of containing; 496 3, 58 | which is a transitive one, ~implies merely personal distinction 497 3, 58 | which, on the contrary, implies distinction of nature, ~ 498 3, 58 | gifts, in so far as it implies exaltation above other creatures.~ 499 3, 60 | cause: so that a medicament implies a ~certain causality. But 500 3, 75 | this substantial change implies a certain order of substances,


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