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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | cause, to which everyone gives the name of God.~Aquin.: 2 1, 5 | mode of ~everything, number gives it its species, and weight 3 1, 5 | its species, and weight gives it rest and ~stability." 4 1, 8 | by the very fact that He gives being to the ~things that 5 1, 14 | remains in that to ~which it gives existence, denotes a principle 6 1, 17 | except in so far as ~it gives occasion to false opinion. 7 1, 21 | whereby a ~ruler or a steward gives to each what his rank deserves. 8 1, 21 | truly just, in seeing how He gives to all ~existing things 9 1, 21 | exercises justice, when He gives to each thing what is due 10 1, 22 | Ethic. vi, 5,9,18), it gives good ~counsel, cannot belong 11 1, 22 | willing the end. Nobody gives a precept about things done 12 1, 22 | to certain effects, He gives them the power to produce 13 1, 23 | without election; since He ~gives certain goods to some men, 14 1, 23 | us to understand that God gives ~grace to a person, and 15 1, 29 | Praedic., cap. De substantia) gives a definition of ~first substance; 16 1, 29 | things subsisting, but gives actual existence to the 17 1, 31 | plurality in God; which ~gives rise to four points of inquiry:~( 18 1, 33 | 17: "The Spirit Himself gives testimony to our ~spirit 19 1, 36 | as the power of the king gives ~the bailiff's action its 20 1, 38 | God's Gift, that He also gives ~Himself as God." Therefore " 21 1, 38 | the Gift which the Father gives to the Son, as Hilary ~says ( 22 1, 38 | Nevertheless, the Holy Ghost gives Himself, inasmuch as He 23 1, 38 | is given. The ~Holy Ghost gives Himself in that sense. In 24 1, 42 | with the Father. For Arius gives twelve modes ~of generation. 25 1, 42 | agent can choose the form it gives to the effect, as stated 26 1, 42 | Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 23) gives eight modes of one thing ~ 27 1, 43 | is given. But the ~Father gives Himself since He can only 28 1, 43 | of something, ~the Father gives Himself, as freely bestowing 29 1, 45 | intelligence nor the soul gives us being, except inasmuch 30 1, 46 | reason, which Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid against ~ 31 1, 47 | the operation whereby He gives being to ~things, it seems 32 1, 51 | soul not only lives, but gives life to the body. Therefore 33 1, 67 | earthly bodies, ~and also gives to colors their immaterial 34 1, 67 | reasons. First, because light gives a name to the air, since 35 1, 67 | Chrysostom [*Hom. ii in Genes.] gives as a reason for the omission 36 1, 68 | the first opinion, Basil gives ~two replies (Hom. iii in 37 1, 69 | solutions, ~which Augustine gives (Gen. ad lit. i, 12). The 38 1, 69 | OBJ 4: The Divine command gives bodies their natural movement 39 1, 72 | OBJ 4: The blessing of God gives power to multiply by generation, ~ 40 1, 75 | itself moved, since nothing gives ~what it has not; for instance, 41 1, 75 | to actuality, the mover gives what it has to the thing ~ 42 1, 75 | heat, but that what is hot gives heat. We must conclude, 43 1, 75 | we say that what is hot ~gives heat by its heat; for heat, 44 1, 76 | same soul in man, that both gives life to ~the body by being 45 1, 76 | But ~the substantial form gives substantial being. Therefore 46 1, 76 | Now the substantial form gives ~being simply; therefore 47 1, 76 | Therefore that form which gives matter only the ~first degree 48 1, 76 | while that form which ~gives the first, second, and third 49 1, 76 | essentially the same ~form which gives matter the various degrees 50 1, 38 | God's Gift, that He also gives ~Himself as God." Therefore " 51 1, 38 | the Gift which the Father gives to the Son, as Hilary ~says ( 52 1, 38 | Nevertheless, the Holy Ghost gives Himself, inasmuch as He 53 1, 38 | is given. The ~Holy Ghost gives Himself in that sense. In 54 1, 42 | with the Father. For Arius gives twelve modes ~of generation. 55 1, 42 | agent can choose the form it gives to the effect, as stated 56 1, 42 | Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 23) gives eight modes of one thing ~ 57 1, 43 | is given. But the ~Father gives Himself since He can only 58 1, 43 | of something, ~the Father gives Himself, as freely bestowing 59 1, 46 | intelligence nor the soul gives us being, except inasmuch 60 1, 47 | reason, which Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid against ~ 61 1, 48 | the operation whereby He gives being to ~things, it seems 62 1, 52 | soul not only lives, but gives life to the body. Therefore 63 1, 68 | earthly bodies, ~and also gives to colors their immaterial 64 1, 68 | reasons. First, because light gives a name to the air, since 65 1, 68 | Chrysostom [*Hom. ii in Genes.] gives as a reason for the omission 66 1, 69 | the first opinion, Basil gives ~two replies (Hom. iii in 67 1, 70 | solutions, ~which Augustine gives (Gen. ad lit. i, 12). The 68 1, 70 | OBJ 4: The Divine command gives bodies their natural movement 69 1, 71 | OBJ 4: The blessing of God gives power to multiply by generation, ~ 70 1, 74 | itself moved, since nothing gives ~what it has not; for instance, 71 1, 74 | to actuality, the mover gives what it has to the thing ~ 72 1, 74 | heat, but that what is hot gives heat. We must conclude, 73 1, 74 | we say that what is hot ~gives heat by its heat; for heat, 74 1, 75 | same soul in man, that both gives life to ~the body by being 75 1, 75 | But ~the substantial form gives substantial being. Therefore 76 1, 75 | Now the substantial form gives ~being simply; therefore 77 1, 75 | Therefore that form which gives matter only the ~first degree 78 1, 75 | while that form which ~gives the first, second, and third 79 1, 75 | essentially the same ~form which gives matter the various degrees 80 1, 77 | body by ~the same force gives species and quantity; much 81 1, 77 | that of nature, which also gives existence, quantity and ~ 82 1, 83 | for in forming them it gives them something of its own ~ 83 1, 83 | of such images the soul gives part of its substance, just 84 1, 87 | the knowledge of itself gives it a ~perfect and absolute 85 1, 88 | if perfectly understood ~gives great happiness - not final 86 1, 88 | among us. Whereof Gregory gives the reason thus: "The dead 87 1, 102 | cause, because the same gives existence as gives perfection; 88 1, 102 | same gives existence as gives perfection; and ~this belongs 89 1, 102 | knowledge to his pupils, but gives also the ~faculty of teaching 90 1, 103 | that ~action whereby He gives existence, which action 91 1, 103 | kept in being by that which gives it being. ~But God gives 92 1, 103 | gives it being. ~But God gives being by means of certain 93 1, 103 | done." Therefore that God gives existence to a creature ~ 94 1, 104 | called the mover which ~gives the form that is the principle 95 1, 104 | the intellect, whether it gives to him who understands the 96 1, 104 | intellect, inasmuch ~as He gives it the intellectual power, 97 1, 104 | not force it, because He ~gives the will its own natural 98 1, 104 | would be inasmuch as ~He gives them the power of operating. 99 1, 104 | that it is not ~fire that gives heat, but God in the fire, 100 1, 104 | axe its form; but He also gives created agents their forms 101 1, 104 | of colors, inasmuch as it gives and ~preserves the light 102 1, 104 | Reply OBJ 3: God not only gives things their form, but He 103 1, 107 | excess: but the Divine word gives ~the more illustrious heavenly 104 1, 110 | change ~the will, because He gives the power of such an inclination 105 1, 110 | inclination is from God alone Who ~gives the nature, so the inclination 106 1, 111 | to absolve a man when he gives absolution by ~means of 107 1, 114 | bodies, moves ~them to life, gives them nourishment, growth, 108 1, 117 | but the power of the soul gives the ~form. Now it is manifest 109 2, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, that which gives a thing its species should 110 2, 1 | And it is thus that ~it gives the species to the human 111 2, 2 | consequently ~is its principle, and gives it its form: for the reason 112 2, 3 | distinguishing the virtues, he gives no more than three speculative ~ 113 2, 7 | Reply OBJ 1: The orator gives strength to his argument, 114 2, 7 | De Invent. Rhetor. i), gives ~seven circumstances, which 115 2, 11 | end: because this alone gives rest to the ~appetite. But 116 2, 18 | seems ~to be that which gives a thing its species. And 117 2, 18 | derived from its form, which gives it its ~species, so the 118 2, 18 | and consequently that it gives it its form and species, ~ 119 2, 18 | substantial ~form, that gives it its species; since a 120 2, 18 | evil end, ~as when a man gives an alms from vainglory; 121 2, 18 | A[10]), a circumstance gives the species ~of good or 122 2, 19 | intends." But the intention ~gives goodness not only to the 123 2, 23 | in the first place, it gives the ~patient an inclination 124 2, 23 | proper place, the mover gives it movement towards ~that 125 2, 23 | But evil already present gives rise to the passion of " 126 2, 25 | but the presence of evil gives rise to the ~passion of 127 2, 26 | for in the first ~place it gives it the form; and secondly 128 2, 26 | the form; and secondly it gives it the movement that ~results 129 2, 26 | form. Thus the generator gives the generated body both ~ 130 2, 26 | way the appetible object gives the appetite, first, a certain ~ 131 2, 30 | that "good when ~desired gives rise to concupiscence; when 132 2, 30 | concupiscence; when present, it gives joy: in like ~manner, the 133 2, 30 | A[1]), the good which gives ~pleasure to the senses 134 2, 31 | A[4], ad 1), ~everything gives pleasure according as it 135 2, 31 | own nature, if ~perceived, gives rise to pleasure, as is 136 2, 32 | But the movement which ~gives pleasure is not that which 137 2, 32 | yet the mere thought of it gives pleasure. The ~recollection 138 2, 32 | pleasure, in so far as it gives rise to the apprehension 139 2, 32 | produce in me something that gives ~pleasure; or they make 140 2, 32 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Spending gives pleasure as showing forth 141 2, 32 | good to ~another: for this gives one pleasure, as stated 142 2, 32 | Reply OBJ 2: That which gives pleasure to the sorrowful 143 2, 32 | good, and ~consequently gives rise to disgust and sorrow, 144 2, 32 | pleasure, according as it gives rise ~to the hope of obtaining 145 2, 32 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Wonder gives pleasure, not because it 146 2, 33 | attentive in doing that ~which gives us pleasure, and attention 147 2, 34 | the ~will of the evil man gives no heed.~Aquin.: SMT FS 148 2, 35 | to some, ~pain or sorrow gives pleasure: thus Augustine 149 2, 35 | stage-plays sorrow itself gives pleasure: and (Confess. 150 2, 35 | the ~thing, whose absence gives us pain. Consequently, since 151 2, 35 | contemplation of one contrary gives pleasure, the other contrary 152 2, 36 | that "the dreaded ~evil gives rise to fear, the present 153 2, 36 | first effect ~of love, which gives rise to the greatest pleasure, 154 2, 36 | reckoned as present, and so gives rise to sorrow.~Aquin.: 155 2, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Desire gives pleasure, so long as there 156 2, 37 | when we do something that gives ~pain, the action must of 157 2, 38 | its cause, viz. his love, gives rise rather to pleasure.~ 158 2, 39 | for instance, when ~a man gives an alms sorrowfully. ~Aquin.: 159 2, 40 | the ~apprehension of good gives rise to one kind of movement 160 2, 40 | the apprehension of evil gives rise to another: in like 161 2, 42 | of fear; and that nothing gives rise to fear save what is ~ 162 2, 43 | sometimes, accidentally, fear gives rise to love; in so far 163 2, 45 | removal of the cause of fear gives ~rise to daring.~Aquin.: 164 2, 45 | than he expected, and so gives way.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] 165 2, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Cicero gives the name of desire to any 166 2, 46 | Gregory (Moral. xxi, 4) gives three degrees of anger, ~ 167 2, 47 | Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 2) gives many other causes of ~anger, 168 2, 51 | does not receive but rather gives: it seems ~impossible for 169 2, 51 | the intellect, so ~that it gives a firm assent to the conclusion, 170 2, 51 | for some fixed motive, gives certain ~things to some, 171 2, 56 | instance, justice not only gives man the prompt will to do 172 2, 64 | so far, to wit as justice gives to each one his due, neither 173 2, 65 | OBJ[1]). Augustine also gives the same reason (De Trin. 174 2, 65 | perfect virtue ~is that which gives the faculty of doing a perfectly 175 2, 65 | and hope, in so far as it ~gives them the perfection of virtue. 176 2, 66 | Ethic. vi, 12, "moral virtue gives right intention of the end; 177 2, 66 | the end; whereas ~prudence gives right choice of the means." 178 2, 66 | liberal in giving, unless he gives of his own" ~(Polit. ii, 179 2, 68 | 26) that "the Holy Ghost gives ~wisdom against folly, understanding 180 2, 68 | that fortitude, while it gives confidence, ~may not make 181 2, 69 | and, through compassion gives; mourning, to ~prudence, 182 2, 70 | that which is last and ~gives pleasure. For a man has 183 2, 70 | act of the ~operator, and gives pleasure if it is suitable 184 2, 72 | the possession of which ~gives him inordinate pleasure. 185 2, 72 | a sin of commission; and gives not of his own to whom he 186 2, 72 | the same head, that fire gives forth heat, and that it 187 2, 73 | thus if a wasteful man gives both when he ought not, 188 2, 75 | theft. And since the end gives the form to moral matters, 189 2, 77 | a drunken man sometimes gives utterance to words of ~deep 190 2, 78 | some previous fault that ~gives rise to a subsequent fault, 191 2, 81 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, no one gives another what he has not 192 2, 88 | refer it to that good which gives us happiness, ~which, properly 193 2, 88 | of sin, which Augustine ~gives, applies to mortal sin. 194 2, 88 | to be evil, as when a man gives an alms for vainglory. Much 195 2, 98 | is perfectly good, if it gives health to a man; but it 196 2, 98 | same thing it is, which gives ~a disposition to the end, 197 2, 98 | who, out of generosity, gives of his ~own to one and not 198 2, 98 | respecter of persons, if He gives them to some ~rather than 199 2, 100 | as breaking the law, who ~gives due honor to his parents 200 2, 102 | infects the ~clothes, and gives them an evil smell. Afterwards 201 2, 102 | over-careful living. For the soil gives birth to the herb of its 202 2, 105 | OBJ 2: Further, "The best gives of the best," as Plato states ( 203 2, 105 | dominion of master ~over slave gives the former the right to 204 2, 106 | far ~as it is concerned it gives man sufficient help to avoid 205 2, 107 | this ~respect, the New Law gives what the Old Law promised, 206 2, 108 | For instance, when anyone ~gives an alms to a poor man, not 207 2, 109 | written (Mt. 7:11) that God gives His good Spirit "to ~them 208 2, 110 | Wis. 11:25), and thereby gives things their natural being. 209 2, 114 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, God gives grace only to the worthy. 210 2, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God gives grace to none but to the 211 2, 114 | the first ~grace. For God gives men, both just and wicked, 212 2, 2 | First Truth, to Which man gives his adhesion, so ~as to 213 2, 4 | would seem that the Apostle gives an unfitting definition 214 2, 4 | s object. Now that which gives a thing its species, is 215 2, 4 | the other hand that which gives faith its form, ~or makes 216 2, 4 | fruits, in so far as it gives a certain ~pleasure in its 217 2, 5 | Truth, the sight of which gives the ~happiness of heaven 218 2, 8 | contrary to knowledge, which gives man a right judgment about ~ 219 2, 8 | since it is that which gives happiness to the Blessed, 220 2, 10 | as a ~thoughtless speech gives rise to error, so does an 221 2, 10 | contrary [*The Leonine Edition gives ~this solution before the 222 2, 11 | of the imagination (which gives rise to error, as the ~Philosopher 223 2, 14 | the table. Wherefore lust gives rise to ~blindness of mind, 224 2, 16 | The first of these points gives rise to a twofold consideration: ( 225 2, 17 | 2~I answer that, If what gives a thing its species be removed, 226 2, 18 | consideration of His justice gives rise to fear, ~but the consideration 227 2, 18 | consideration of His mercy gives rise to hope, so that, ~ 228 2, 19 | Rhet. i, 11), just as hope ~gives rise to joy, so, when a 229 2, 19 | that, more directly, ~hope gives birth to joy, while on the 230 2, 20 | their ~sins, and that He gives glory to those who cease 231 2, 22 | in morals, that ~which gives an act its order to the 232 2, 22 | which, consequently, also gives the form to all other acts ~ 233 2, 23 | accordance with which God gives His gifts to ~each one, 234 2, 23 | Thirdly, so that a ~man gives his whole heart to God habitually, 235 2, 24 | nor to ~rejoice in what gives them joy, but rather the 236 2, 24 | will, or to rejoice in what gives them joy, but so as to make 237 2, 25 | in the benefactor. Now it gives ~more pleasure to see one' 238 2, 27 | Christ." Now this desire gives rise, in man, to a certain 239 2, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Peace gives calm and unity to the appetite. 240 2, 29 | OBJ 3: Further, what a man gives, he gives either as being 241 2, 29 | Further, what a man gives, he gives either as being due, or 242 2, 30 | cause, in so far as ~a man gives a corporal alms out of love 243 2, 30 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He who gives an alms does rot intend 244 2, 30 | OBJ 2: Further, whoever gives away what he needs himself, 245 2, 30 | an infidel." Now if a man gives of what he needs ~for himself 246 2, 30 | Therefore it seems that whoever ~gives alms from what he needs, 247 2, 30 | to the poor." Now he that gives all he ~has to the poor, 248 2, 30 | all he ~has to the poor, gives not only what he needs not, 249 2, 30 | entering religion, for ~then he gives away all his possessions 250 2, 30 | properly speaking, no man gives ~himself an alms, unless 251 2, 30 | the same ground as when he gives to others.~Aquin.: SMT SS 252 2, 30 | when that which a ~man gives is great as compared with 253 2, 31 | by such things, ~that it gives them the preference to fraternal 254 2, 32 | are moved to love whatever gives us pleasure, in ~as much 255 2, 32 | appetitive movement, love gives rise to ~desire, whence 256 2, 33 | sorrow he says ~that it gives rise to "spite, faint-heartedness, 257 2, 33 | vice is ~one which easily gives rise to others as being 258 2, 34 | repute than we are, and that gives rise to sorrow. On the ~ 259 2, 34 | prosperity, in so far ~as it gives the latter a good name, 260 2, 34 | neighbor's good which is envy, gives rise ~to joy in his evil. ~ 261 2, 35 | OBJ 3: Further, whatever gives rise to many evils, would 262 2, 39 | Moral. xxxi, 17) that "anger gives rise ~to strife"; and it 263 2, 41 | scandal in the ~person who gives scandal, and so occasions 264 2, 41 | a sin in the person who gives scandal, since either what 265 2, 42 | things; an evil conscience gives man ~a horror for God's 266 2, 47 | demonstrations, for their experience ~gives them an insight into principles." 267 2, 47 | faculty, just as the same art gives health and cures ill-health. 268 2, 53 | ought to do. Now our Lord gives three motives for ~laying 269 2, 55 | very nature, as when a man gives so much that he may receive 270 2, 55 | presupposed: for if a man gives ~himself his due, this is 271 2, 56 | Therefore, if justice gives each one his right, it follows 272 2, 56 | resplendent of the virtues, and gives its name to a good man."~ 273 2, 56 | Although the liberal man gives of his own, yet he does 274 2, 56 | virtue, ~while the just man gives to another what is his, 275 2, 56 | Again liberality which gives of a man's ~own is based 276 2, 57 | when a man ~voluntarily gives to another more than he 277 2, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: When one man gives voluntarily to another that 278 2, 57 | contrary to ~charity which gives life to the soul. Now every 279 2, 58 | that just as "the soil gives proof ~of its fertility 280 2, 58 | of public authority which gives a judgment its ~coercive 281 2, 60 | when, in distributing, one gives a man less than his ~due. 282 2, 60 | it. Now sometimes a man gives unlawfully that which ~another 283 2, 60 | is the ~case when a man gives a thing simoniacally. Such 284 2, 60 | pious object. Secondly a man gives ~unlawfully, through giving 285 2, 60 | receiver of thieves, and gives them ~assistance. Fourthly, 286 2, 61 | to liberality, when one ~gives gratis that which is not 287 2, 61 | judge takes from one and gives to another, and ~this belongs 288 2, 64 | was common property, and gives others a share: ~but he 289 2, 64 | contrary to justice, which gives to each ~one that which 290 2, 64 | opposition to ~justice, which gives to each one what is his, 291 2, 66 | a calumniator unless he gives ~utterance to false accusations 292 2, 68 | evidence, as when a person gives false evidence in order ~ 293 2, 68 | because the evidence which he gives is not directly an ~intentionally, 294 2, 70 | reviling is diminished if one gives vent to it through anger: 295 2, 70 | Moral. xxxi, 45) that "anger gives rise ~to revilings."~Aquin.: 296 2, 71 | since by his ~words he gives another man an occasion 297 2, 71 | greater sin, just as anger gives birth to murder and ~blasphemy. 298 2, 75 | inclination." And then he gives ~the example of a man who 299 2, 75 | offers goods for ~sale, gives the buyer an occasion of 300 2, 76 | which its owner ~freely gives him. Now he who accepts 301 2, 76 | accepts the loan, freely gives the usury. ~Therefore he 302 2, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: He who gives usury does not give it voluntarily 303 2, 76 | the sin of the usurer, and gives him an ~occasion of sin. 304 2, 76 | to ~borrow from a usurer gives him an occasion of sin. 305 2, 76 | is a manifest sin, for he gives Divine honor to them) Augustine ~( 306 2, 76 | He who borrows for usury gives the usurer an occasion, 307 2, 78 | pity ~towards men: this gives its name to humanity whereby 308 2, 79 | religion according as it gives ~God due service in matters 309 2, 80 | lover away from himself ~and gives him to the beloved." Therefore 310 2, 80 | considers ~something that gives joy mixed with pain. Thus 311 2, 81 | and glory, which God alone gives, ~according to Ps. 83:12, " 312 2, 83 | reverence ~of God, as when a man gives alms of his own things for 313 2, 86 | fiunt dicta' Cicero gives the same etymology (De Offic. 314 2, 86 | infidelity. Wherefore Solomon gives the ~reason why vows should 315 2, 86 | He who promises something gives it already in as far as 316 2, 86 | something else. Even so he gives more who gives the tree 317 2, 86 | Even so he gives more who gives the tree with its ~fruit, 318 2, 86 | its ~fruit, than he that gives the fruit only, as Anselm [* 319 2, 86 | employed, save when a man gives ~himself up entirely to 320 2, 87 | Deliberation of the mind gives a vow its stability, on 321 2, 90 | idolatry," ~which unduly gives divine honor to a creature. 322 2, 91 | the part of the ~Church, gives worship to God contrary 323 2, 94 | evil end, as when a person gives an alms for the ~sake of 324 2, 96 | deceived ~themselves"; and he gives three examples. The first 325 2, 98 | to be bought when a man gives ~what he has for God's sake. 326 2, 99 | Invent. Rhet. ii) that "piety gives both duty and ~homage": " 327 2, 99 | to God. But ~piety also gives worship to God, according 328 2, 99 | Hence religion, which ~gives worship to God, is a distinct 329 2, 99 | of the worship religion gives to God. If, ~however, by 330 2, 102 | things are His, ~and He gives them to whom He will. Nor 331 2, 104 | as a man is ~liberal who gives not to himself but to others, 332 2, 104 | favor, by that very fact he gives him something his turn, 333 2, 106 | is the same as St. Thomas gives in the parenthesis] "(i.e. ~ 334 2, 107 | confesses the ~truth, or gives true evidence in a court 335 2, 108 | Augustine (Contra Mendac. xiv) gives eight kinds of ~lies. The 336 2, 109 | is ~a lie, and because it gives scandal; and although he 337 2, 115 | a gift rich or poor, and gives ~things their value." ~( 338 2, 115 | for the reason that ~he gives something to himself.~Aquin.: 339 2, 115 | is his whereas liberality gives another what is one's ~own. 340 2, 115 | towards the person to whom he gives: ~wherefore this giving 341 2, 115 | that when it is fitting ~he gives it not only to his friends 342 2, 115 | love for those to whom He ~gives, not from His affection 343 2, 115 | affection towards the things He gives, wherefore it ~seems to 344 2, 115 | money ~which liberality gives forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 345 2, 116 | consequently the more one gives way to covetousness. Hence 346 2, 116 | under the aspect of end gives rise to other vices: because 347 2, 116 | this ~respect covetousness gives rise to "insensibility to 348 2, 116 | affectu]. In this way it ~gives rise to "restlessness," 349 2, 116 | defect in giving. If he gives but little ~he is said to 350 2, 116 | is "tightfisted": if he gives ~with great reluctance, 351 2, 117 | inordinateness of the ~mind, for he gives not for a good purpose, 352 2, 117 | sometimes the liberal man gives more than the prodigal man, ~ 353 2, 117 | use to the many to whom he gives, while the covetous ~man 354 2, 121 | sorrow by its very nature gives way to the thing that hurts; 355 2, 121 | resplendent of the virtues and gives its name to a good man."~ 356 2, 122 | Therefore only faith in Christ gives the glory of martyrdom to 357 2, 123 | because inordinate love gives use to inordinate ~desire. 358 2, 127 | act of charity), "that he gives his services ~readily" ( 359 2, 127 | their sake he abandons and ~gives up justice or any virtue 360 2, 127 | some observation which ~gives one a strong opinion that 361 2, 134 | for the sake of that which gives pleasure." ~The reason of 362 2, 135 | accomplishing a good work gives ~perseverance its claim 363 2, 138 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The law gives general directions in its 364 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 3: That which gives pleasure is desirable in 365 2, 146 | 3:20, that "wine . . . ~gives every one a confident and 366 2, 147 | greater standing. For old age gives a man a certain standing; 367 2, 149 | concupiscence of ~that which gives pleasure is especially likened 368 2, 150 | God's sake, which purpose ~gives virginity its character 369 2, 150 | marriage." Further on he gives ~the reason for this: "For 370 2, 151 | speech thereto, and so gives utterance to "wanton words." 371 2, 151 | s sentiments, and so he gives way ~"to foolish talking," 372 2, 152 | to this, even though ~he gives way to the inconstancy of 373 2, 152 | its cause: thus ~he who gives an alms, in order to lead 374 2, 154 | not from the fact that one gives way to wicked desires, but ~ 375 2, 155 | the humane feeling which gives rise to clemency.~Aquin.: 376 2, 156 | sensitive ~appetite, and gives its name to the irascible 377 2, 156 | the result being that it gives rise to a lasting displeasure, ~ 378 2, 156 | to deeds; and thus anger ~gives rise to "quarrels," by which 379 2, 156 | A[7], ad 2]; and this gives rise to blasphemy. But ~ 380 2, 158 | its moderation. Now this gives modesty its name. Therefore ~ 381 2, 159 | Blessed Benedict [*St. Thomas gives these degrees ~in the reverse 382 2, 159 | Anselm (De Simil. ci, seqq.) gives seven degrees of ~humility, 383 2, 160 | immutable good, and this gives sin its formal aspect and 384 2, 160 | sins because that ~which gives sin its gravity is essential 385 2, 165 | watch games, because it gives pleasure on account of the ~ 386 2, 166 | about games. The Philosopher gives it the name of wittiness ~({ 387 2, 166 | turn* of mind, whereby he gives his words and deeds a cheerful 388 2, 166 | habit whereby a man neither gives nor receives ~the pleasures 389 2, 169 | light, which being one, gives unity of species to prophecy, 390 2, 172 | namely "dreams," to ~which he gives the third place; "vision," 391 2, 175 | that which Almighty God gives to them that do it, ~and 392 2, 177 | wherefore every living thing gives proof of ~its life by that 393 2, 178 | the ~contemplative life gives beauty to the soul," wherefore 394 2, 178 | loves; even as bodily vision gives pleasure, ~not only because 395 2, 182 | remains firm"; and he gives the reason why, because " 396 2, 183 | inoperative ~in one who gives up the episcopal cure. Therefore 397 2, 183 | whoever keeps for himself or gives to others that which belongs 398 2, 186 | more the more medicine he gives, but the more the medicine 399 2, 187 | bound to avoid that which gives rise to ~scandal, and is 400 2, 187 | entering ~religion a man gives a bad example and is an 401 2, 187 | who has entered religion gives neither scandal nor ~bad 402 2, 187 | are those whereby a man gives to others the fruit of his ~ 403 2, 187 | river run dry. [*St. Thomas ~gives no reply to the third objection, 404 2, 187 | because this frequently gives scandal to those who remain; ~ 405 2, 187 | without any compact one gives a person little ~presents 406 2, 187 | life, but only when one gives a bad example to the ~person 407 3, 6 | OBJ 2: The form actually gives the species; but the matter 408 3, 7 | the same respect; for He gives them as God and receives ~ 409 3, 8 | denies ~that Christ as man gives the Holy Ghost authoritatively. 410 3, 13 | extends to; as what is hot gives ~heat. Therefore since the 411 3, 15 | Reply OBJ 3: The spirit gives evidence of fortitude to 412 3, 17 | Further, in Christ the soul gives some being to the body, 413 3, 17 | OBJ 4: In Christ the soul gives being to the body, inasmuch 414 3, 19 | said above.~(St. Thomas gives no reply to OBJ[3]; some 415 3, 22 | that genus: thus the ~sun gives but does not receive light; 416 3, 22 | not receive light; fire gives but does not receive ~heat. 417 3, 27 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: God gives to each one according to 418 3, 29 | Jerome says on Mt. 1:18, gives ~as a reason of the espousals 419 3, 29 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, Jerome gives as another reason, "lest 420 3, 29 | the reward of marriage and gives grace to the ~nuptial bond." 421 3, 31 | Para. 5/7~Augustine again gives three solutions (De Qq. 422 3, 31 | begotten; whilst the other gives either his maternal grandfather 423 3, 31 | the truest: Jerome also gives it commenting on Mt. ~1: 424 3, 32 | the arts the inferior art ~gives a disposition to the matter 425 3, 32 | to which the higher art gives the form, ~as is stated 426 3, 35 | its ineffable movement, so gives life to all seed, that it 427 3, 39 | away.'" Thus Chrysostom ~gives us to understand that the 428 3, 39 | OBJ 2: Further, the voice gives expression to the word conceived 429 3, 41 | Therefore Matthew ~unfittingly gives the last place to the temptation 430 3, 45 | the apostles' faith, He gives a sign from heaven, Elias ~ 431 3, 46 | Chrysostom in the same passage gives another explanation, that 432 3, 48 | adds, "that is, Christ, who gives redemption to captives." ~ 433 3, 50 | Nature, through which He gives life to all things."~Aquin.: 434 3, 51 | in Matth. cap. xxxiii) gives the mystical ~interpretation, 435 3, 55 | edition, which, however, gives it in a note as taken from ~ 436 3, 61 | man's salvation. But ~God gives grace to man in a way which 437 3, 63 | is through love that God ~gives us something gratis, which 438 3, 64 | institutor of anything is he who gives it strength ~and power: 439 3, 64 | God: for thus He Himself gives the Holy Ghost. ~Therefore 440 3, 64 | give grace, for "no ~one gives what he has not." It seems, 441 3, 66 | of nature: because nature gives the ~substantial form, which 442 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: Ambrose here gives this reason why exception 443 3, 67 | sacrament of Baptism. For "none gives what he has not." But a ~ 444 3, 71 | of Baptism. For Baptism gives man grace unto the full 445 3, 72 | believers, as doing that which ~gives edification to the faithful.~ 446 3, 72 | the bishop alone, when he gives the Paraclete." Now this 447 3, 72 | form of a natural thing gives it its species, so a sacramental ~ 448 3, 72 | which, ~coming from God, gives them their efficacy; we 449 3, 72 | lower craftsmen, the higher gives the form, but the highest 450 3, 75 | according as the latter gives corporeal being, but not ~ 451 3, 77 | it is a substance, but it gives increase by reason of its ~ 452 3, 80 | union with ~Himself, as He gives Himself to be received in 453 3, 80 | itself, the ~virtue of which gives health to men; and consequently 454 3, 82 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, he who gives can take away. But the bishop 455 3, 82 | the bishop in ordaining ~gives to the priest the power 456 3, 82 | Reply OBJ 2: The bishop gives the priestly power of order, 457 3, 83 | the bishop, or where ~he gives permission." But not without 458 3, 83 | Eccl. ~Hier. iii), he who gives Divine things to others, 459 3, 84 | and because ~by sinning he gives scandal to others. Consequently 460 3, 85 | favors, when, to wit, ~a man gives thanks for a favor received, 461 3, 86 | inordinately to a mutable good, it ~gives rise to a debt of some punishment, 462 3, 89 | denial ~and repentance Peter gives proof of greater confidence 463 Suppl, 7 | presupposes charity, which gives us life, as ~stated in the 464 Suppl, 8 | so, to whom the ~bishop gives the same power.~Aquin.: 465 Suppl, 10| 4) Whether confession gives hope of salvation?~(5) Whether 466 Suppl, 10| 1/1~Whether confession gives hope of salvation?~Aquin.: 467 Suppl, 10| satisfaction rather than confession gives hope of salvation.~Aquin.: 468 Suppl, 10| do we say that confession gives hope of salvation.~Aquin.: 469 Suppl, 10| grace of our Redeemer, it gives hope of salvation, not ~ 470 Suppl, 10| Reply OBJ 2: Tribulation gives hope of salvation, by making 471 Suppl, 12| place belongs to that which gives its determination. Now ~ 472 Suppl, 12| is due. But satisfaction gives due honor to God, as Anselm 473 Suppl, 12| 1~OBJ 5: Further, Anselm gives another definition (Cur 474 Suppl, 14| subsequent sin, so ~that it gives no virtue to the works done 475 Suppl, 15| in those to whom a ~man gives alms he purchases other 476 Suppl, 17| aforesaid ~definition of the key gives the genus, viz. "power," 477 Suppl, 18| bestowal of ~grace, which God gives when the sacraments are 478 Suppl, 19| De Bapt. v, 21) that God "gives the ~sacrament of grace 479 Suppl, 20| custom in these cases either ~gives the power or takes it away.~ 480 Suppl, 25| claimed for them, he who gives a penny, and ~then another, 481 Suppl, 27| condition that a person does or gives ~a certain thing, if he 482 Suppl, 27| matters: thus also a priest gives himself the Eucharist which ~ 483 Suppl, 27| the Eucharist which ~he gives to others. And so a bishop 484 Suppl, 30| anointing is infused grace which gives the ~sacrament its effect.~ 485 Suppl, 34| comes also from him who gives ~the sacrament, as imperfect 486 Suppl, 35| the character of Baptism gives a man the power to receive 487 Suppl, 36| employed to signify one who ~gives sacred things by dispensing 488 Suppl, 36| guilty of unfaithfulness who gives any man Divine things above 489 Suppl, 38| and in ~like manner he gives the subdeacon the things 490 Suppl, 41| viii, 11,12; Polit. i) gives this ~reason in men over 491 Suppl, 42| same heat expels cold and gives heat.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] 492 Suppl, 42| probable, since wherever God gives the ~faculty to do a thing, 493 Suppl, 42| faculty to do a thing, He gives also the helps whereby man 494 Suppl, 42| or use of marriage which gives the faculty ~for that intercourse, 495 Suppl, 43| liberty of the betrothal, but gives it an increase ~of rectitude. 496 Suppl, 45| cognat. spir.). Now he who gives consent in ~words without 497 Suppl, 45| treatise on marriage St. Thomas gives the Canon Law of his time.]~ 498 Suppl, 48| is because that consent gives a power to do what is ~unlawful: 499 Suppl, 51| receive what the ~Church gives, although he believe it 500 Suppl, 52| in generation the father gives the form, and the mother ~


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