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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | merely in any one order, but absolutely. For since it is the part 2 1, 1 | Therefore he who ~considers absolutely the highest cause of the 3 1, 2 | however, is not to know absolutely that God ~exists; just as 4 1, 2 | argue from what is prior ~absolutely. The other is through the 5 1, 3 | 1/1~I answer that, It is absolutely true that God is not a body; 6 1, 3 | actuality; nevertheless, ~absolutely speaking, actuality is prior 7 1, 3 | genus in two ways; either absolutely ~and properly, as a species 8 1, 3 | 6,7): "God is truly and ~absolutely simple."~Aquin.: SMT FP 9 1, 3 | other. Therefore they are absolutely the same. But ~primary matter 10 1, 3 | part of a compound can be absolutely primal among beings - not ~ 11 1, 3 | potential; and potentiality is absolutely ~posterior to actuality, 12 1, 3 | been proved that ~God is absolutely primal being (Q[2], A[3]).~ 13 1, 3 | things which are diverse are ~absolutely distinct, but things which 14 1, 4 | be ~imperfect, cannot be absolutely primal; but must be preceded 15 1, 4 | all being within Himself, absolutely, ~without limitation, uniformly;" 16 1, 5 | not predicated of a ~thing absolutely in the same way. Since being 17 1, 5 | universal appetible. Therefore, ~absolutely, goodness is prior in idea 18 1, 5 | weight and measure, not absolutely, but in comparison with 19 1, 5 | is terminated by the end absolutely; and relatively by the ~ 20 1, 5 | after as the last thing absolutely ~terminating the movement 21 1, 6 | many ways - still, it is absolutely true that there is first 22 1, 7 | relatively infinite, but not ~absolutely infinite. For with regard 23 1, 7 | accidental forms, which is absolutely finite can be relatively 24 1, 7 | which are in matter, are ~absolutely finite, and in no way infinite. 25 1, 7 | nature. Hence it cannot be absolutely infinite.~Aquin.: SMT FP 26 1, 7 | nature of a made thing to be absolutely infinite. ~Therefore, as 27 1, 7 | cannot make anything to be absolutely ~infinite.~Aquin.: SMT FP 28 1, 7 | as a ~potentiality is not absolutely infinite, but relatively, 29 1, 7 | infinite multitude to exist absolutely; but that an accidentally 30 1, 7 | is said to be infinite ~absolutely, when an infinite multitude 31 1, 8 | therefore, it is not to ~be absolutely conceded that God is in 32 1, 8 | their nature, we must say absolutely that God is.~Aquin.: SMT 33 1, 8 | everywhere primarily and absolutely, is proper to ~God. Now 34 1, 8 | But a thing is everywhere absolutely when it ~does not belong 35 1, 8 | thing to be ~everywhere absolutely when, on any supposition, 36 1, 8 | everywhere primarily and ~absolutely belongs to God and is proper 37 1, 8 | that it is ~primarily and absolutely everywhere.~Aquin.: SMT 38 1, 8 | nor again is it everywhere absolutely, because, supposing that ~ 39 1, 9 | potentiality, for the reason that, ~absolutely, potentiality is posterior 40 1, 10 | being of an angel considered absolutely, there ~is no difference 41 1, 10 | non-existence of an angel considered absolutely is subject to the divine 42 1, 10 | if distant, are not one absolutely, but ~accidentally. Therefore 43 1, 11 | many." Still, if it is absolutely undivided, ~either because 44 1, 11 | case a thing will be "one" absolutely and "many" ~accidentally. 45 1, 11 | accidentally, and ~divided absolutely, as if it were divided in 46 1, 11 | cause, it will be "many" absolutely and "one" ~accidentally; 47 1, 11 | many"; ~as it were by "one" absolutely and by "many" accidentally. 48 1, 11 | potentiality) is non-being absolutely, i.e. ~actually; or what 49 1, 11 | what is relatively good is absolutely bad, or vice versa; likewise 50 1, 11 | versa; likewise what ~is absolutely "one" is relatively "many," 51 1, 11 | Many" is taken in two ways: absolutely, and in that sense ~it is 52 1, 11 | be prior to unity, ~not absolutely in itself, but according 53 1, 11 | one of them would ~not be absolutely perfect; but if a perfection, 54 1, 11 | being itself, subsistent, absolutely undetermined. But He is 55 1, 12 | Para. 3/3 ~Hence it must be absolutely granted that the blessed 56 1, 13 | express these perfections absolutely, ~without any such mode 57 1, 13 | not signify primarily and absolutely one thing; ~because the 58 1, 13 | something," ~that name would be absolutely incommunicable; as, for 59 1, 13 | perfections themselves ~absolutely; and therefore they are 60 1, 13 | reason: Univocal terms mean absolutely the same thing, ~but equivocal 61 1, 13 | thing, ~but equivocal terms absolutely different; whereas in analogical 62 1, 13 | He is a cause, but not absolutely; for existence considered 63 1, 13 | for existence considered absolutely ~comes before the idea of 64 1, 13 | subject." But God is the most absolutely simple form, as shown (Q[ 65 1, 14 | understanding ~would not be absolutely perfect; therefore neither 66 1, 14 | that things that are not absolutely, should be in a ~certain 67 1, 14 | certain sense. For things absolutely are which are actual; whereas 68 1, 14 | which the antecedent is ~absolutely necessary must have an absolutely 69 1, 14 | absolutely necessary must have an absolutely necessary consequent. For ~ 70 1, 14 | conditional of this is ~absolutely necessary, because it is 71 1, 14 | Therefore the consequent is also absolutely necessary. Therefore ~whatever 72 1, 14 | that this antecedent is absolutely ~necessary. Nor does it 73 1, 14 | that the consequent is ~absolutely necessary, because the antecedent 74 1, 14 | already stated, but not absolutely as considered in their ~ 75 1, 16 | everything is said to be true ~absolutely, in so far as it is related 76 1, 16 | manner ~the true, speaking absolutely, is prior to good, as appears 77 1, 16 | but not that it is prior absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 78 1, 19 | to be ~necessary, namely, absolutely, and by supposition. We 79 1, 19 | We judge a thing to be ~absolutely necessary from the relation 80 1, 19 | the subject: thus it is ~absolutely necessary that man is an 81 1, 19 | the predicate; thus it is absolutely ~necessary that a number 82 1, 19 | wherefore it is not necessary absolutely, ~though it may be so by 83 1, 19 | apart from Himself is not absolutely ~necessary. Yet it can be 84 1, 19 | exclude ~election from God absolutely; but only in a certain sense, 85 1, 19 | its primary sense, and ~absolutely considered, may be good 86 1, 19 | should be killed is evil, absolutely considered. But if in a ~ 87 1, 19 | antecedent cause is ~necessary absolutely; it is thus necessary that 88 1, 19 | that God wills is necessary absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 89 1, 20 | those things that pertain absolutely to the will of ~God. In 90 1, 20 | nature ~because He loved man, absolutely speaking, more; but because 91 1, 20 | gifts of intellect. Hence, ~absolutely speaking, Peter was the 92 1, 21 | communicating of ~perfections, absolutely considered, appertains to 93 1, 22 | that relates to the will absolutely, we must now ~proceed to 94 1, 23 | will, but is not necessary absolutely; so the same must be ~said 95 1, 23 | composite sense, thought, absolutely speaking, God can predestinate 96 1, 25 | possible to man. ~Secondly absolutely, on account of the relation 97 1, 25 | things that are possible absolutely; which is the second way 98 1, 25 | possible or ~impossible absolutely, according to the relation 99 1, 25 | that Socrates sits; and absolutely impossible when the ~predicate 100 1, 25 | is numbered among the ~absolutely possible things, in respect 101 1, 25 | repugnant to ~the idea of an absolutely possible thing, within the 102 1, 25 | not only in itself, ~but absolutely since it implies a contradiction. 103 1, 25 | the things He has made. Absolutely speaking, however, God can 104 1, 26 | object, is the supreme good ~absolutely, but as regards its act, 105 1, 26 | their ~supreme good, not absolutely, but in that kind of goods 106 1, 28 | relation only, if in regard to absolutely the same thing; because 107 1, 29 | shall consider the persons absolutely, and then comparatively ~ 108 1, 29 | must consider the persons absolutely first in ~common; and then 109 1, 29 | person" of itself expresses ~absolutely the divine essence; as this 110 1, 30 | if number in God is taken absolutely or abstractedly, there ~ 111 1, 31 | term is one which ~ascribes absolutely its meaning to a given " 112 1, 31 | Reply OBJ 4: We do not say absolutely that the Son alone is Most 113 1, 33 | OBJ 1: Common terms taken absolutely, in the order of our ~intelligence, 114 1, 34 | intelligible species, is considered absolutely; likewise the act of ~understanding 115 1, 36 | the ~Son, but rather it is absolutely necessary. Forasmuch as 116 1, 39 | belong to the divine persons absolutely, ~we next treat of what 117 1, 39 | thing" when it is said absolutely, seems to ~belong to substance. 118 1, 39 | the thing itself taken absolutely is considered ~as a being. 119 1, 39 | whereby we consider God ~absolutely in His being, the appropriation 120 1, 39 | ways. For "unity" ~is said absolutely, as it does not presuppose 121 1, 40 | distinguishing property ~absolutely, but a distinguishing property 122 1, 40 | and constituted, we must absolutely say that the ~relations 123 1, 45 | operation." Now to produce being absolutely, not as this ~or that being, 124 1, 45 | likeness ~to itself, not by absolutely producing that nature, but 125 1, 45 | the cause of human nature ~absolutely, because he would then be 126 1, 45 | being ~can produce a being absolutely, except forasmuch as it 127 1, 46 | above (Q[19], A[3]), that, absolutely speaking, ~it is not necessary 128 1, 46 | according as a thing is ~called absolutely possible, not in relation 129 1, 47 | part of ~the whole the best absolutely, but in proportion to the 130 1, 48 | fault do not divide evil absolutely considered, ~but evil that 131 1, 48 | this because, since good absolutely ~considered consists in 132 1, 50 | SUBSTANCE OF THE ANGELS ABSOLUTELY CONSIDERED (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 133 1, 50 | Their substance we consider absolutely and in relation to corporeal ~ 134 1, 50 | Concerning their substance absolutely considered, there are five 135 1, 50 | relation to God, is ~not absolutely incorporeal. But Damascene 136 1, 50 | as its existence ~is not absolutely subsisting, but is limited 137 1, 60 | have his own nature. But absolutely speaking, out of the natural 138 1, 60 | of one species, but is ~absolutely the universal good; hence 139 1, 60 | inclination ~towards what is the absolutely universal good.~Aquin.: 140 1, 62 | a beatified angel is not absolutely in the highest ~degree of 141 1, 63 | highest of them who fell, absolutely the highest among the ~angels?~( 142 1, 63 | being subject to no one else absolutely; for ~so he would be desiring 143 1, 66 | agent. ~But God is an agent absolutely perfect; wherefore it is 144 1, 70 | may be nobler than another absolutely, but not in ~a particular 145 1, 70 | than the souls of animals absolutely it must ~be conceded that 146 1, 75 | knows a thing in its nature absolutely: for instance, ~it knows 147 1, 75 | instance, ~it knows a stone absolutely as a stone; and therefore 148 1, 75 | therefore the form of a stone ~absolutely, as to its proper formal 149 1, 75 | which has knowledge of forms absolutely, is exempt from ~composition 150 1, 75 | intellect apprehends ~existence absolutely, and for all time; so that 151 1, 76 | that Socrates is not one ~absolutely, and consequently neither 152 1, 76 | consequently neither a being absolutely, for a thing is a ~being 153 1, 76 | 1/4~I answer that, It is absolutely impossible for one intellect 154 1, 76 | that there is one agent absolutely, but several ~actions; as 155 1, 76 | an animal would not be absolutely one, in which ~there were 156 1, 76 | several souls. For nothing is absolutely one except by one ~form, 157 1, 76 | by various forms are not absolutely one; as, for instance, " 158 1, 76 | follow that man is not ~absolutely one. Thus Aristotle argues, 159 1, 76 | then a biped animal is not absolutely one. For this reason, ~against 160 1, 76 | certain order, what is absolutely first among the acts must 161 1, 76 | which makes it to exist absolutely, as we have said ~above ( 162 1, 77 | form makes a thing to exist absolutely, and its subject is something 163 1, 77 | not make a thing to exist absolutely but to be such, ~or so great, 164 1, 39 | belong to the divine persons absolutely, ~we next treat of what 165 1, 39 | thing" when it is said absolutely, seems to ~belong to substance. 166 1, 39 | the thing itself taken absolutely is considered ~as a being. 167 1, 39 | whereby we consider God ~absolutely in His being, the appropriation 168 1, 39 | ways. For "unity" ~is said absolutely, as it does not presuppose 169 1, 40 | distinguishing property ~absolutely, but a distinguishing property 170 1, 40 | and constituted, we must absolutely say that the ~relations 171 1, 46 | operation." Now to produce being absolutely, not as this ~or that being, 172 1, 46 | likeness ~to itself, not by absolutely producing that nature, but 173 1, 46 | the cause of human nature ~absolutely, because he would then be 174 1, 46 | being ~can produce a being absolutely, except forasmuch as it 175 1, 47 | above (Q[19], A[3]), that, absolutely speaking, ~it is not necessary 176 1, 47 | according as a thing is ~called absolutely possible, not in relation 177 1, 48 | part of ~the whole the best absolutely, but in proportion to the 178 1, 49 | fault do not divide evil absolutely considered, ~but evil that 179 1, 49 | this because, since good absolutely ~considered consists in 180 1, 51 | SUBSTANCE OF THE ANGELS ABSOLUTELY CONSIDERED (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 181 1, 51 | Their substance we consider absolutely and in relation to corporeal ~ 182 1, 51 | Concerning their substance absolutely considered, there are five 183 1, 51 | relation to God, is ~not absolutely incorporeal. But Damascene 184 1, 51 | as its existence ~is not absolutely subsisting, but is limited 185 1, 61 | have his own nature. But absolutely speaking, out of the natural 186 1, 61 | of one species, but is ~absolutely the universal good; hence 187 1, 61 | inclination ~towards what is the absolutely universal good.~Aquin.: 188 1, 63 | a beatified angel is not absolutely in the highest ~degree of 189 1, 64 | highest of them who fell, absolutely the highest among the ~angels?~( 190 1, 64 | being subject to no one else absolutely; for ~so he would be desiring 191 1, 67 | agent. ~But God is an agent absolutely perfect; wherefore it is 192 1, 71 | may be nobler than another absolutely, but not in ~a particular 193 1, 71 | than the souls of animals absolutely it must ~be conceded that 194 1, 74 | knows a thing in its nature absolutely: for instance, ~it knows 195 1, 74 | instance, ~it knows a stone absolutely as a stone; and therefore 196 1, 74 | therefore the form of a stone ~absolutely, as to its proper formal 197 1, 74 | which has knowledge of forms absolutely, is exempt from ~composition 198 1, 74 | intellect apprehends ~existence absolutely, and for all time; so that 199 1, 75 | that Socrates is not one ~absolutely, and consequently neither 200 1, 75 | consequently neither a being absolutely, for a thing is a ~being 201 1, 75 | 1/4~I answer that, It is absolutely impossible for one intellect 202 1, 75 | that there is one agent absolutely, but several ~actions; as 203 1, 75 | an animal would not be absolutely one, in which ~there were 204 1, 75 | several souls. For nothing is absolutely one except by one ~form, 205 1, 75 | by various forms are not absolutely one; as, for instance, " 206 1, 75 | follow that man is not ~absolutely one. Thus Aristotle argues, 207 1, 75 | then a biped animal is not absolutely one. For this reason, ~against 208 1, 75 | certain order, what is absolutely first among the acts must 209 1, 75 | which makes it to exist absolutely, as we have said ~above ( 210 1, 76 | makes a thing to exist ~absolutely, and its subject is something 211 1, 76 | not make a thing to exist absolutely but to be such, ~or so great, 212 1, 81 | impossible for a ~thing to be absolutely coerced or violent, and 213 1, 81 | considered in two ways: "absolutely" and "relatively." Now a 214 1, 81 | is ~considered to be such absolutely which is considered such 215 1, 81 | intellect in itself and absolutely is higher and nobler than 216 1, 81 | than the love ~thereof. Absolutely, however, the intellect 217 1, 81 | perfection. But what precedes absolutely and in the ~order of nature 218 1, 84 | instance, ~act considered absolutely is naturally prior to potentiality, 219 1, 84 | known in two ways. First, absolutely ~considered in itself; and 220 1, 87 | some ~immaterial quiddity, absolutely without matter; and this 221 1, 90 | Now God, though He ~is absolutely immaterial, can alone by 222 1, 90 | the best disposition; not absolutely the best, but the best as ~ 223 1, 90 | the best disposition; not absolutely so, but in the view of its ~ 224 1, 90 | because ~it is better so, not absolutely, but for each one's substance."~ 225 1, 92 | contingit] to be so, ~but not absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 226 1, 92 | is, we must grant that, absolutely speaking, ~the angels are 227 1, 92 | mind ~reflects on itself absolutely, but that thereby it can 228 1, 94 | exist in the primitive state absolutely, both in habit and in act. 229 1, 94 | treasury performed ~a deed of absolutely less degree than the others 230 1, 96 | of ~immortality, but not absolutely. To understand this, we 231 1, 96 | Para. 2/3~Yet it did not absolutely cause immortality; for neither 232 1, 96 | the tree of life did not absolutely cause immortality; while ~ 233 1, 102 | higher cause, he does not say absolutely that he observes chance 234 1, 103 | opinion is entirely false, and absolutely ~contrary to the Catholic 235 1, 103 | must conclude by denying absolutely that anything ~at all will 236 1, 104 | wonder; as ~having a cause absolutely hidden from all: and this 237 1, 104 | such things nature is absolutely unable to do; and these 238 1, 107 | placed in that order; but absolutely ~speaking they are not equal. 239 1, 111 | we are superior to them, ~absolutely speaking, but because, since 240 1, 112 | considered universally and absolutely, but on account of the ~ 241 1, 112 | Therefore ~universally and absolutely speaking the angels do not 242 2, 1 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Absolutely speaking, it is not possible 243 2, 1 | similar. Yet that sweet is absolutely the best of ~all pleasant 244 2, 6 | respect: but what is necessary absolutely, is necessary simply. But ~ 245 2, 6 | is done through fear, is absolutely involuntary; and is not ~ 246 2, 6 | 2: Things that are such absolutely, remain such, whatever be ~ 247 2, 6 | its own sake, as it were absolutely; but also for the sake of ~ 248 2, 8 | ways: first, to the end absolutely ~and in itself; secondly, 249 2, 8 | will is moved to the end absolutely. And ~sometimes this act 250 2, 9 | that the ~will is a power absolutely incorporeal and immaterial. 251 2, 12 | relation to the end. First, absolutely; ~and thus we have "volition," 252 2, 12 | volition," whereby we will absolutely to have health, ~and so 253 2, 12 | to each ~of the aforesaid absolutely and in itself. And thus 254 2, 12 | principle and conclusion absolutely, it considers each by a ~ 255 2, 12 | will is moved to ~either absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[12] A[ 256 2, 13 | Further, if two things are absolutely equal, man is not moved 257 2, 13 | from principles that are ~absolutely necessary, but from such 258 2, 14 | self-evident, ~which are absolutely certain. But such like certainty 259 2, 16 | that which is appetible absolutely is better than that which 260 2, 16 | whereas to apprehend something absolutely is within the ~competency 261 2, 17 | something in two ways. ~First, absolutely: and this intimation is 262 2, 17 | is an act of reason not ~absolutely, but with a kind of motion 263 2, 18 | to consider their being ~absolutely. But there are things the 264 2, 18 | goodness which is in them absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 265 2, 19 | therefore conclude that, absolutely speaking, every will ~at 266 2, 19 | to that object considered absolutely, is not so good as the ~ 267 2, 23 | passions regard good ~or evil absolutely, belong to the concupiscible 268 2, 23 | good or evil considered absolutely. Now good, as such, cannot ~ 269 2, 23 | or evil, considered not absolutely, but under the aspect of 270 2, 23 | which regards good or evil absolutely. And in ~respect of good 271 2, 24 | our passions considered absolutely; but he does not exclude 272 2, 25 | concupiscible faculty is good absolutely, it ~naturally precedes 273 2, 26 | Therefore we ~must not say absolutely that love is in the concupiscible 274 2, 26 | because it regards good absolutely, and not ~under the aspect 275 2, 29 | to be stronger than ~love absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 276 2, 29 | furthermore, love must needs be, absolutely speaking, stronger than ~ 277 2, 29 | gaining ~of good. Wherefore, absolutely speaking, the soul's movement 278 2, 30 | object of concupiscence, not ~absolutely, but considered as absent: 279 2, 31 | then, in themselves and absolutely speaking, spiritual ~pleasures 280 2, 31 | the ~pleasure of touch is, absolutely speaking, greater than the 281 2, 31 | are "not natural" speaking absolutely, and yet "connatural" in 282 2, 32 | indeed of things which, absolutely ~speaking, are absent: and 283 2, 34 | regard to which, we say ~absolutely that this is evil, and that, 284 2, 37 | of the afflicted soul is ~absolutely hindered, so that it cannot 285 2, 40 | regards the future good absolutely: wherefore it belongs ~to 286 2, 40 | future good considered, not ~absolutely, but as arduous and difficult 287 2, 40 | of something considered absolutely, and of something ~considered 288 2, 41 | for it regards evil, ~not absolutely, but as difficult or arduous, 289 2, 42 | concupiscible faculty, regards evil absolutely; wherefore it ~can be about 290 2, 45 | ways. First, as denoting absolutely movements of the ~sensitive 291 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: Although good, absolutely speaking, is prior to evil, 292 2, 46 | passions are good and evil ~absolutely considered, whereas the 293 2, 50 | Predicaments, Alexander denied absolutely that habits or dispositions 294 2, 56 | be the subject of virtue absolutely so called. And in this way ~ 295 2, 60 | between that ~which is good absolutely speaking, and that which 296 2, 60 | may be considered either absolutely, in which way they concern 297 2, 60 | money considered as a good ~absolutely, as an object of desire, 298 2, 60 | which we call honor, taken absolutely, as the ~object of love, 299 2, 60 | obtain, but is considered absolutely, as the object of the concupiscible ~ 300 2, 64 | established simply and absolutely, as stated above (Q[60], 301 2, 64 | virtue, ~it is the true taken absolutely (Ethic. vi, 2); in the case 302 2, 64 | intellect, if we consider it absolutely, is ~measured by things; 303 2, 67 | but ~generically, it is absolutely true; since faith is of 304 2, 67 | identically the same, this is absolutely impossible. Because when ~ 305 2, 73 | of grace. Now, speaking ~absolutely, a man who leads a woman 306 2, 73 | follow ~that fornication, absolutely speaking, is a more grievous 307 2, 74 | the appetitive power, not absolutely, ~but in consequence of 308 2, 76 | cannot turn to that which is absolutely unknown: ~but if something 309 2, 77 | the ~cause of sin: first, absolutely, according as it is the 310 2, 87 | to be brought to nothing absolutely, because this would be incompatible ~ 311 2, 87 | satisfactory ~punishment, absolutely speaking, is against the 312 2, 92 | to reason, is ~not a law, absolutely speaking, but rather a perversion 313 2, 97 | 5), a measure should ~be absolutely stable. But human law is 314 2, 97 | possible. But nothing ~can be absolutely unchangeable in things that 315 2, 97 | things, right is predicated absolutely: and ~therefore, as far 316 2, 100 | belong to the law of nature absolutely. And there are certain things 317 2, 100 | question. For some ~have said absolutely that the mode of charity 318 2, 102 | sanctuary; wherefore he was absolutely forbidden to ~approach the 319 2, 103 | be "for ever" simply and absolutely, ~as regards its moral precepts; 320 2, 103 | ceremonial was rejected as absolutely unlawful, and as prohibited 321 2, 105 | exiled from that people ~absolutely, he would be in danger of 322 2, 105 | competent to be citizens absolutely speaking.~Aquin.: SMT FS 323 2, 105 | since they were slaves, not absolutely but in ~a restricted sense, 324 2, 105 | could own a Jew as a slave ~absolutely: but only in a restricted 325 2, 105 | as though it ~were just absolutely speaking, but on account 326 2, 108 | Now if a man observe these absolutely, this is in accordance with 327 2, 108 | those which are simply and absolutely the greater good in ~general 328 2, 114 | Some have said that no one "absolutely" merits life ~everlasting 329 2, 114 | charity merits eternal life absolutely; but by ~subsequent sin, 330 2, 4 | Hope cannot lead to faith absolutely. For one cannot hope ~to 331 2, 9 | cause: and a wise man "absolutely," is one who knows the cause 332 2, 9 | knows the cause which is ~absolutely highest, namely God. Hence 333 2, 10 | Therefore we ought not to say ~absolutely that unbelief is the greatest 334 2, 10 | punishment. Hence, speaking absolutely, the unbelief of ~heretics 335 2, 10 | dealings, they ~should be absolutely forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT SS 336 2, 12 | consequently, apostasy simply and absolutely is that ~whereby a man withdraws 337 2, 12 | excommunicated persons: and we ~absolutely forbid them to continue 338 2, 12 | do harm to God's honor, ~absolutely speaking, he sins more grievously 339 2, 16 | something in two ways: first, absolutely, ~and thus the object of 340 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Absolutely speaking, faith precedes 341 2, 18 | punishment, but this is evil not ~absolutely but relatively, and, absolutely 342 2, 18 | absolutely but relatively, and, absolutely speaking, is a good. Because, ~ 343 2, 18 | some particular good, yet absolutely speaking, it is a good, ~ 344 2, 18 | beginning of love, not ~absolutely, but relatively to the state 345 2, 24 | Charity does not require this absolutely, because it does ~not require 346 2, 24 | proportion with it. Now it is absolutely necessary, for ~the fulfilment 347 2, 29 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Absolutely speaking it is impossible 348 2, 29 | OBJ 1: Our Lord did not absolutely forbid us to invite our 349 2, 32 | anger, man goes so far as ~absolutely to desire his neighbor's 350 2, 39 | is as ~though he intended absolutely the other's hurt, which 351 2, 45 | wisdom considers the ~absolutely highest cause: so that the 352 2, 45 | said to be prudent, not absolutely, ~but in a particular genus, 353 2, 45 | whole, is said to be prudent absolutely. ~Wherefore it is clear 354 2, 45 | affairs: but ~not wisdom absolutely, because it is not about 355 2, 45 | because it is not about the absolutely highest ~cause, for it is 356 2, 45 | for man," but ~not wisdom absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 357 2, 45 | said that they are prudent absolutely, but ~that they are prudent 358 2, 51 | general in two ways; first, ~absolutely, because, to wit, it is 359 2, 55 | according as it is ~considered absolutely: thus a male by its very 360 2, 55 | according as it is considered ~absolutely, but according to something 361 2, 55 | piece of land be ~considered absolutely, it contains no reason why 362 2, 55 | animals to apprehend a ~thing absolutely: wherefore the right which 363 2, 55 | Reply OBJ 2: Considered absolutely, the fact that this particular 364 2, 56 | simply through being good ~absolutely i.e. in its nature, although 365 2, 59 | 1/1~Whether the just is absolutely the same as retaliation?~ 366 2, 59 | would seem that the just is absolutely the same as ~retaliation. 367 2, 59 | For the judgment of God is absolutely just. Now the judgment ~ 368 2, 59 | Therefore the just is absolutely the same as retaliation.~ 369 2, 59 | would seem that the just is absolutely the same ~as retaliation.~ 370 2, 59 | would seem that the just is absolutely the same as retaliation.~ 371 2, 61 | persons are more worthy, absolutely ~speaking, yet they are 372 2, 61 | ways. First, ~simply and absolutely: and in this way the man 373 2, 61 | they are less worthy, both absolutely speaking, ~and in relation 374 2, 61 | one who is ~better, either absolutely speaking, or in relation 375 2, 69 | certain act is ~impossible, is absolutely debarred from performing 376 2, 71 | Therefore backbiting is absolutely the ~gravest of all.~Aquin.: 377 2, 77 | evident that, simply and absolutely speaking, transgression ~ 378 2, 81 | and these the saints seek absolutely when they pray, ~as in Ps. 379 2, 81 | But to love one's enemies absolutely in the ~individual, and 380 2, 81 | be avenged." But this is absolutely false, ~because, since prayers 381 2, 81 | and thus ~attention is absolutely necessary for prayer. Secondly, 382 2, 86 | voluntariness, whatever is ~absolutely necessary, whether to be 383 2, 86 | thing be necessary. not absolutely but on the ~supposition 384 2, 86 | not necessary, neither absolutely, nor on the supposition 385 2, 86 | virtue, and these can be, absolutely speaking, the matter of 386 2, 86 | observed. And if it ~be decided absolutely that a particular vow is 387 2, 86 | Therefore, ~continency itself absolutely considered seems no reason 388 2, 86 | works of virtue. Therefore absolutely speaking man can vow them. 389 2, 89 | Reply OBJ 2: Jerome does not absolutely condemn singing, but reproves ~ 390 2, 94 | Wherefore the magic art is to be absolutely ~repudiated and avoided 391 2, 98 | Quidquid invisibilis]): ~"It is absolutely forbidden to make a charge 392 2, 101 | person's ~excelling goodness absolutely, whereas by praising him 393 2, 101 | regards ~some dignity of a man absolutely. For though, in respect 394 2, 102 | precedence of all virtues absolutely, for two reasons. ~First, 395 2, 104 | greater ~gift from God, also, absolutely speaking, a more continuous 396 2, 104 | innocent is, considered absolutely, greater, yet the gift bestowed ~ 397 2, 104 | rather than of what is such ~absolutely, as the Philosopher observes ( 398 2, 122 | than obedience considered absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 399 2, 127 | proportionately, in another ~absolutely. An act may be called great 400 2, 127 | but an act is simply and absolutely great ~when it consists 401 2, 127 | of ~things that are great absolutely and simply, just as a man 402 2, 127 | Reply OBJ 1: Good and evil absolutely considered regard the ~concupiscible 403 2, 138 | other virtues are commanded absolutely. Therefore patience should 404 2, 144 | denoting ~retrenchment of food absolutely, and in this way it signifies 405 2, 145 | end. ~Wherefore considered absolutely it is not binding under 406 2, 153 | continent [*See ~A[4]], not absolutely, but relatively."~~Aquin.: 407 2, 153 | than ~temperance considered absolutely, as may be gathered from 408 2, 153 | over ~chastity considered absolutely. In another way continence 409 2, 155 | clemency and meekness are absolutely the same?~Aquin.: SMT SS 410 2, 155 | clemency and meekness are absolutely the same. ~For meekness 411 2, 155 | clemency and meekness are absolutely the same.~Aquin.: SMT SS 412 2, 155 | meekness and clemency are absolutely the same.~Aquin.: SMT SS 413 2, 155 | meekness and clemency are not absolutely the same.~Aquin.: SMT SS 414 2, 155 | clemency or meekness to be absolutely the greatest ~virtues, since 415 2, 155 | one to good ~simply, are absolutely greater virtues than clemency 416 2, 156 | that a passion considered absolutely does not include ~the notion 417 2, 156 | but while hatred desires absolutely ~another's evil as such, 418 2, 156 | In this respect again, absolutely speaking. the sin of anger ~ 419 2, 159 | perfect in two ways. First ~absolutely; such a thing contains no 420 2, 161 | likeness as to knowledge, ~absolutely; but to covet this likeness 421 2, 169 | Philosopher's does not comprise ~absolutely all that is in the soul, 422 2, 169 | whenever the antecedent is ~absolutely necessary, the consequent 423 2, 169 | necessary, the consequent is absolutely necessary, because the ~ 424 2, 169 | conditional proposition is absolutely necessary, since ~it is 425 2, 169 | consequent is also necessary ~absolutely; yet this is unfitting, 426 2, 179 | intellectual virtues, and has absolutely the same matter as the ~ 427 2, 181 | is predicated of a thing absolutely: wherefore ~diversity of 428 2, 183 | lawful for a man to refuse absolutely an appointment to ~the episcopate?~ 429 2, 183 | that it is lawful to refuse absolutely an ~appointment to the episcopate. 430 2, 183 | man sins not if he refuse ~absolutely the episcopal office.~Aquin.: 431 2, 183 | refuse the episcopal office absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 432 2, 183 | OBJ 1: Although simply and absolutely speaking the contemplative ~ 433 2, 184 | religious life simply and absolutely speaking, but in a restricted ~ 434 2, 186 | directed to an end that is absolutely more excellent either because 435 2, 186 | to perfection, though not absolutely ~incompatible with it; while 436 2, 187 | contracts are wont to be absolutely irrevocable, how ~much more 437 2, 187 | intend to bind ~himself absolutely, he is obliged to enter 438 3, 10 | soul of Christ; although, absolutely speaking, the Divine knowledge ~ 439 3, 10 | in the Divine knowledge, absolutely speaking, than in the ~knowledge 440 3, 10 | Divine vision; ~although, absolutely speaking, there could be 441 3, 12 | Damascene regards those who say absolutely ~that addition was made 442 3, 13 | own glory." ~Yet He wished absolutely, and especially by His Divine 443 3, 14 | will of Christ considered absolutely, as following the deliberation ~ 444 3, 14 | powerful than Christ's soul, absolutely; ~yet there was nothing 445 3, 14 | of knowledge and wisdom ~absolutely. But He assumed our defects 446 3, 16 | of God not relatively but absolutely, belongs to the whole ~Trinity 447 3, 16 | of those words which are absolutely predicated of God from ~ 448 3, 16 | whatever is predicated ~absolutely, for whiteness or greatness 449 3, 16 | that the participle "made" absolutely determines ~either the subject 450 3, 16 | And hence we ~must not say absolutely that Christ is a "creature" 451 3, 16 | stated (AA[8],9) we must not absolutely grant that "the ~Man Christ 452 3, 18 | not indeed considered ~absolutely, but as it is in the hypostasis. 453 3, 18 | it is borne simply ~and absolutely, as towards what is good 454 3, 18 | shrinks from another's evil, ~absolutely considered.~Aquin.: SMT 455 3, 18 | sensuality and the will absolutely considered shrink from burning, 456 3, 18 | nature ~which regards things absolutely considered and not in relation 457 3, 20 | predicated ~essentially and absolutely of Christ which belong to 458 3, 21 | his will is fulfilled. Now absolutely speaking the will of ~man 459 3, 21 | will of reason; for we will absolutely that which we will in ~accordance 460 3, 21 | as nature is willed not absolutely but conditionally [secundum ~ 461 3, 22 | of union ~sanctifying it absolutely.]~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 462 3, 24 | either as under that form ~or absolutely. And since it cannot be 463 3, 24 | since it cannot be said absolutely of the Person of ~Christ 464 3, 25 | follow that there would be, absolutely speaking, several ~adorations. 465 3, 27 | in the womb she was not absolutely ~cleansed from the fomes.~ 466 3, 27 | it is my wish to exclude absolutely all questions concerning 467 3, 28 | God did not vow virginity absolutely, but under the condition ~ 468 3, 28 | those ~who vow chastity absolutely. Christ's Mother did not 469 3, 29 | Mother of God and Joseph was absolutely true: because both ~consented 470 3, 31 | sin, ~whereas Christ was absolutely free from sin. Consequently 471 3, 34 | Increase of merit was absolutely impossible to the soul of ~ 472 3, 40 | contemplative life is, absolutely speaking, more perfect than 473 3, 43 | that He could not do them absolutely, but that ~it was not fitting 474 3, 46 | first of all, simply and absolutely; or secondly, from supposition. ~ 475 3, 46 | Therefore, speaking simply and absolutely, it was possible for God 476 3, 46 | which is truth considered absolutely, and which ~is its perfection: 477 3, 50 | simply" to be the same as "absolutely"; ~thus "that is said simply 478 3, 52 | lost by Adam's sin: but absolutely, as if he said ~that the 479 3, 55 | opposition to nature, not absolutely, ~but according to the present 480 3, 65 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Absolutely speaking, the sacrament 481 3, 65 | view which is not greater absolutely speaking.~Aquin.: SMT TP 482 3, 65 | individual; Baptism, simply and absolutely; ~Penance, in the case of 483 3, 67 | to pronounce the words ~absolutely at the same time, and dipped 484 3, 69 | which is in our members, be absolutely ~destroyed." And such like 485 3, 73 | from two causes; either ~absolutely, or in relation to something 486 3, 73 | something which is sacred absolutely, namely, Christ's ~own body; 487 3, 74 | the number of the faithful absolutely. But the number of the faithful 488 3, 76 | 1/1~I answer that, It is absolutely necessary to confess according 489 3, 80 | food must not be understood absolutely of all ~time, otherwise 490 3, 83 | unfinished, unless he be absolutely prevented ~from continuing. 491 3, 84 | salvation in two ways: first, ~absolutely; secondly, on a supposition. 492 3, 84 | supposition. A thing is absolutely necessary ~for salvation, 493 3, 88 | attaches to the aversion absolutely, then a subsequent mortal 494 3, 88 | because if a cause be placed absolutely, its ~effect is placed absolutely; 495 3, 88 | absolutely, its ~effect is placed absolutely; so that if the remission 496 3, 88 | sacraments of grace, not absolutely but under ~some condition 497 3, 88 | subsequent ~ingratitude, but not absolutely, as stated above.~Aquin.: 498 Suppl, 6 | Secondly, a man is bound absolutely to go to confession; and 499 Suppl, 6 | death, he is ~bound, even absolutely, then and there to make 500 Suppl, 7 | belongs to the virtue of truth absolutely, yet, ~on account of the


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