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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | allegory." Now these four seem altogether different from the four ~ 2 1, 2 | infinite, the other would be altogether destroyed. But the ~word " 3 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Whether God is altogether simple?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 3 | It seems that God is not altogether simple. For whatever is 5 1, 3 | God has made, nothing ~is altogether simple. Therefore neither 6 1, 3 | Therefore neither is God altogether simple.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 3 | cannot be said that God is ~altogether simple.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 3 | nowise composite, but is altogether ~simple. Secondly, because 9 1, 3 | and primary matter ~are altogether simple. Therefore they nowise 10 1, 9 | inquiry:~(1) Whether God is altogether immutable?~(2) Whether to 11 1, 9 | Para. 1/1~Whether God is altogether immutable?~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 9 | It seems that God is not altogether immutable. For whatever 13 1, 9 | it is shown that God is altogether ~immutable. First, because 14 1, 9 | no composition, for He is altogether simple. Hence it is ~manifest 15 1, 9 | answer that, God alone is altogether immutable; whereas every 16 1, 9 | belongs to Him alone to be altogether immutable.~Aquin.: SMT FP 17 1, 10 | article. But God alone is altogether immutable, as was shown 18 1, 11 | of division; since He is altogether simple, as was shown above ~( 19 1, 12 | Therefore they will have an ~altogether different power (viz. the 20 1, 12 | sense of sight, as being altogether material, cannot be ~raised 21 1, 13 | there corresponds ~one altogether simple principle, according 22 1, 13 | univocal, nevertheless is not ~altogether equivocal, otherwise it 23 1, 13 | be quite ~ignorant of God altogether, he could not even name 24 1, 13 | considered in Himself, is altogether one and simple, ~yet our 25 1, 14 | intellect and its object are altogether the same; so that He neither ~ 26 1, 14 | potentiality is to act, which is altogether ~impossible; because the 27 1, 14 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Altogether there is only one act of 28 1, 14 | in potentiality only, is altogether unlike ~God, Who is pure 29 1, 14 | enunciable things, since He is ~altogether simple. Therefore God does 30 1, 14 | just as His substance is altogether immutable, ~as shown above ( 31 1, 14 | knowledge likewise must be altogether ~invariable.~Aquin.: SMT 32 1, 16 | to be true, and this is altogether ~immutable.~Aquin.: SMT 33 1, 22 | abandon them: not that He altogether withdraws His providence ~ 34 1, 23 | since primary matter is altogether uniform, why ~one part of 35 1, 23 | unequal things. This would be ~altogether contrary to the notion of 36 1, 24 | glory. The book of life ~altogether is only so called in regard 37 1, 25 | impossible when the ~predicate is altogether incompatible with the subject, 38 1, 29 | Therefore "person" is ~altogether the same as "hypostasis."~ 39 1, 34 | the thing understood are altogether the same, as was ~proved 40 1, 34 | Splendor; to show that He is altogether like, He is called the ~ 41 1, 39 | another; which Augustine ~altogether repudiates (De Trin. vi, 42 1, 41 | signification; and in reality are altogether the ~same. Whence the Master 43 1, 50 | entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~(2) Supposing 44 1, 50 | 1/1~Whether an angel is altogether incorporeal?~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 50 | Now to understand is an altogether immaterial ~operation, as 46 1, 50 | individual substance is altogether immaterial.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 58 | things cannot be understood ~altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 48 1, 65 | unbelievers." But this position is altogether ~untenable. For, if things 49 1, 65 | But such a consequence is altogether inadmissible. Hence we ~ 50 1, 66 | primary matter was not created altogether formless, nor ~under any 51 1, 75 | there is a mover which is altogether immovable, and not moved ~ 52 1, 76 | follows, therefore, that it is altogether impossible and unreasonable ~ 53 1, 39 | another; which Augustine ~altogether repudiates (De Trin. vi, 54 1, 41 | signification; and in reality are altogether the ~same. Whence the Master 55 1, 51 | entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~(2) Supposing 56 1, 51 | 1/1~Whether an angel is altogether incorporeal?~Aquin.: SMT 57 1, 51 | Now to understand is an altogether immaterial ~operation, as 58 1, 51 | individual substance is altogether immaterial.~Aquin.: SMT 59 1, 59 | things cannot be understood ~altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 60 1, 66 | unbelievers." But this position is altogether ~untenable. For, if things 61 1, 66 | But such a consequence is altogether inadmissible. Hence we ~ 62 1, 67 | primary matter was not created altogether formless, nor ~under any 63 1, 74 | there is a mover which is altogether immovable, and not moved ~ 64 1, 75 | follows, therefore, that it is altogether impossible and unreasonable ~ 65 1, 81 | necessity of coercion is altogether repugnant to the will. For ~ 66 1, 84 | of indivisible is what is altogether ~indivisible, as a point 67 1, 86 | human mind, which is either altogether in potentiality to ~intelligible 68 1, 87 | immaterial substances differ altogether ~from the quiddity of material 69 1, 114 | where they were produced ~altogether at the beginning, as in " 70 1, 118 | be miraculous. Which is ~altogether inadmissible.~Aquin.: SMT 71 1, 118 | when this virtue fails altogether, the animal dies. Thus the 72 2, 1 | either because they are altogether without ~knowledge, as insensible 73 2, 1 | of those things which are altogether ~void of knowledge. ~Aquin.: 74 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 1: The end is not altogether extrinsic to the act, because 75 2, 2 | which lulls the appetite ~altogether; else it would not be the 76 2, 3 | to God as to something ~altogether unknown. But that which 77 2, 3 | seen in its essence is not ~altogether unknown. Therefore the final 78 2, 4 | either the part ceases altogether to be, when the whole ~is 79 2, 5 | is said by many cannot be altogether false: since ~what is in 80 2, 5 | and nature does not fail ~altogether. Now many say that Happiness 81 2, 5 | And ~thus they do not fail altogether in their estimate.~Aquin.: 82 2, 5 | occupations, ~whereby a man is altogether withdrawn from contemplation.~ 83 2, 5 | they cannot take it away altogether because ~there still remains 84 2, 5 | whoever has happiness has it ~altogether unchangeably: this is done 85 2, 6 | were to destroy knowledge altogether, as ~happens with those 86 2, 7 | OBJ 2: Accidents which are altogether accidental are neglected 87 2, 13 | in those things which are altogether determinate to ~one there 88 2, 16 | reason; which seems to be altogether ~distinct from the will, 89 2, 18 | the object. But the end is altogether apart from the object. ~ 90 2, 18 | blindness takes away sight altogether; darkness, light; and death, 91 2, 18 | that it takes health ~away altogether, but that it is a kind of 92 2, 23 | 6~Consequently there are altogether eleven passions differing ~ 93 2, 24 | evil either destroys good ~altogether, or makes it to be less 94 2, 30 | non-natural concupiscence is altogether infinite. Because, as stated ~ 95 2, 31 | accidentally: whereas if it be altogether ~unchangeable, the delight 96 2, 31 | would seem that delight is altogether the same as joy. Because ~ 97 2, 31 | obtained. Therefore joy is ~altogether the same as delight.~Aquin.: 98 2, 31 | Therefore delight ~and joy are altogether the same.~Aquin.: SMT FS 99 2, 33 | possessed, does not cease altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[33] A[ 100 2, 35 | either so as to destroy it ~altogether, or as to make it difficult. 101 2, 35 | genus, ~wherefore it is altogether disparate. Accordingly it 102 2, 37 | intense, it prevents it ~altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] A[ 103 2, 39 | it would be worse to be altogether separated from that ~which 104 2, 40 | and impossibility are not ~altogether accidental to the object 105 2, 46 | in fact it seems to be altogether ~unnatural to man.~Aquin.: 106 2, 46 | kind of perfection ~are not altogether accidental to anger; and 107 2, 48 | vengeance, which banishes anger altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 108 2, 48 | until at length it ~vanishes altogether. Moreover a wrong seems 109 2, 48 | disturbance, that the tongue is altogether ~deprived of speech; and 110 2, 53 | diminished or even destroyed altogether ~by long cessation from 111 2, 56 | but "the appetitive power altogether," i.e. in ~its entirety ( 112 2, 59 | for a present evil, is altogether contrary to reason: wherefore 113 2, 59 | point of perfection it is altogether without ~passion.~Aquin.: 114 2, 59 | Therefore perfect virtue is altogether without ~passion.~Aquin.: 115 2, 59 | makes the sensitive appetite altogether idle: whereas it is not 116 2, 59 | in God and the angels is ~altogether without passion, as it is 117 2, 69 | so that he despises them altogether. Hence the first beatitude 118 2, 69 | according to God's will, is ~altogether undisturbed by them: hence 119 2, 69 | necessary, he casts them aside ~altogether; nay more, so that, if need 120 2, 70 | and that our desires rest ~altogether in one object. Wherefore 121 2, 73 | destroy ~the order of reason altogether; else evil, if total, destroys 122 2, 73 | lacks the use of reason, is altogether excused from sin, and ~he 123 2, 73 | so, that if the act be ~altogether involuntary, it is no longer 124 2, 73 | not allow us ~to escape altogether. But there are other sins 125 2, 74 | ought to know, he is ~not altogether excused from sin, and the 126 2, 74 | few words: "Man will be ~altogether lost unless, through the 127 2, 76 | Whether it excuses from sin altogether?~(4) Whether it diminishes 128 2, 76 | ignorance excuses from sin altogether?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 129 2, 76 | ignorance excuses from sin altogether. For as ~Augustine says ( 130 2, 76 | ignorance ~excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 131 2, 76 | ignorance excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 132 2, 76 | Therefore ignorance does not altogether excuse from ~sin.~Aquin.: 133 2, 76 | But it may fail to excuse altogether ~from sin, and this for 134 2, 76 | ignorance, yet he is not altogether excused, because, not withstanding, ~ 135 2, 76 | this ignorance does ~not altogether excuse from sin. If, however, 136 2, 76 | ignorance ~excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 137 2, 76 | ignorance excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 138 2, 76 | entirely, it excuses from sin altogether, as is the case with madmen 139 2, 76 | not always excuse from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 140 2, 76 | removes the ~use of reason altogether. Now this kind of ignorance 141 2, 76 | ignorance which excuses from sin altogether (through making it ~altogether 142 2, 76 | altogether (through making it ~altogether involuntary) does not diminish 143 2, 76 | but does away with it ~altogether. On the other hand, ignorance 144 2, 76 | not excuse from the ~sin altogether. Now it happens sometimes 145 2, 77 | passion excuses from sin altogether?~(8) Whether a sin committed 146 2, 77 | becomes remiss, or is even ~altogether impeded, in its act, both 147 2, 77 | necessity, become ~remiss or altogether impeded.~Aquin.: SMT FS 148 2, 77 | Consequently he was not altogether right, and it is necessary, 149 2, 77 | loses the ~use of reason altogether: for many have gone out 150 2, 77 | passion excuses from sin altogether?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 151 2, 77 | passion excuses from sin altogether. For ~whatever causes an 152 2, 77 | involuntary, excuses from sin altogether. ~But concupiscence of the 153 2, 77 | passion excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 154 2, 77 | matter excuses from sin altogether, as stated above (Q[6], ~ 155 2, 77 | passion excuses from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 156 2, 77 | disease excuses from sin altogether, as in the case of mad ~ 157 2, 77 | if they excused from sin altogether. Therefore ~passion does 158 2, 77 | does not excuse from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 159 2, 77 | cannot be excused ~from sin altogether, unless it be rendered altogether 160 2, 77 | altogether, unless it be rendered altogether involuntary. ~Consequently, 161 2, 77 | take away the use of reason altogether, as in ~the case of those 162 2, 77 | take away the use of reason altogether; and ~then reason can drive 163 2, 77 | does not excuse from sin altogether.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 164 2, 77 | ignorance which excuses altogether, is ~ignorance of a circumstance, 165 2, 77 | hinder the act of reason ~altogether: consequently the reason 166 2, 77 | of reason be taken away altogether, the sin is no longer either ~ 167 2, 78 | does not corrupt reason altogether, something of which remains ~ 168 2, 78 | his reason, ~which is not altogether corrupted, it may happen 169 2, 78 | excuses from sin either ~altogether or in part. Now ignorance 170 2, 80 | of imaginary forms is not altogether ~outside the order of nature, 171 2, 80 | devil is able to impede altogether, by ~moving the imagination 172 2, 80 | however, the reason is ~not altogether fettered, then, in so far 173 2, 85 | Whether it can be taken away altogether?~(3) Of the four wounds, 174 2, 88 | be such as to excuse sin altogether, as ~the ignorance of a 175 2, 91 | for every measure to be altogether unerring ~and certain, but 176 2, 91 | as ~those things that are altogether specifically different, 177 2, 93 | reason in ~any way, but are altogether void of reason, it seems 178 2, 94 | sense, the natural law is altogether ~unchangeable in its first 179 2, 95 | tyrannical government, which is ~altogether corrupt, which, therefore, 180 2, 96 | power. In one way, by being altogether free from its ~authority: 181 2, 97 | therefore human law cannot be altogether unchangeable.~Aquin.: SMT 182 2, 98 | that it should make man ~altogether fit to partake of everlasting 183 2, 99 | natural law, not as being ~altogether different from it, but as 184 2, 99 | the Law, their heart was altogether ~fixed on temporal goods, 185 2, 100 | although even then it is ~not altogether cogent. For although in 186 2, 100 | that the mode of charity is altogether outside ~the precept.~Aquin.: 187 2, 102 | of future life which is altogether ~unchangeable. For this 188 2, 102 | of these coverings ~taken altogether was the adornment and protection 189 2, 102 | prescribed, ~which seem altogether unreasonable.~Aquin.: SMT 190 2, 102 | therewith, was to be extirpated altogether; just as the cow was burnt " 191 2, 103 | Law must ~have ceased then altogether through their reality being 192 2, 105 | cause. But if they were altogether insolvent, there was ~the 193 2, 105 | because then, if the sin be altogether ~involuntary, man is altogether 194 2, 105 | altogether ~involuntary, man is altogether excused from punishment; 195 2, 106 | and at other times were altogether unheeded. Thus, ~too, the 196 2, 107 | ways. First, through being altogether diverse, from the fact that 197 2, 107 | avoided, by abstaining ~altogether from swearing, save in cases 198 2, 107 | them to abstain from it altogether. With ~regard to the hatred 199 2, 107 | New Law forbade divorce ~altogether; as is clearly stated in 200 2, 108 | all he does, falls ~away altogether from spiritual goods. Hence 201 2, 108 | the things of the world altogether: since he ~can, while using 202 2, 108 | it is in renouncing these altogether, as far as possible, ~that 203 2, 109 | because human nature is not altogether corrupted ~by sin, so as 204 2, 109 | Divine assistance is not altogether ~impossible to us; according 205 2, 1 | intellect, exclude the false altogether, because it belongs to the 206 2, 2 | learning, all of whom would be altogether deprived of ~the knowledge 207 2, 2 | proof, the merit of faith is altogether taken ~away. Therefore it 208 2, 5 | explained by their being altogether ignorant of the object of 209 2, 5 | whoever abandons this mean is altogether ~lacking in faith.~Aquin.: 210 2, 5 | point, a man loses his faith altogether, as stated above (A[3]). ~ 211 2, 7 | OBJ 1: Fear of God cannot altogether precede faith, because if 212 2, 8 | Reply OBJ 2: Faith cannot altogether precede understanding, for 213 2, 10 | judge. ~And so the Church altogether forbids unbelievers to acquire 214 2, 11 | Lord." Yet if heretics be altogether uprooted by death, this 215 2, 12 | seems to turn away from God ~altogether: and consequently, apostasy 216 2, 12 | faith severs man from God altogether, as ~stated above (A[1]), 217 2, 18 | order to the ~last end is altogether evil, and such is the evil 218 2, 18 | being, while it differs ~altogether from non-being.~Aquin.: 219 2, 18 | this evil as ~of something altogether possible. Hence Gregory, 220 2, 18 | fear will not be ~cast out altogether.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 221 2, 20 | presumption excludes fear altogether, whereas it does ~not exclude 222 2, 20 | it does ~not exclude hope altogether, but only the rectitude 223 2, 20 | presumption ~excludes fear altogether even generically, whereas 224 2, 23 | cupidity ~is done away altogether." But this cannot be in 225 2, 23 | decrease and sometimes cease altogether through cessation ~from 226 2, 23 | decreases ~and at last ceases altogether. Yet this does not occur 227 2, 23 | reason decrease, or cease altogether, unless the ~cessation involves 228 2, 23 | and this kills charity altogether, since it is its poison, 229 2, 23 | charity ~but by destroying it altogether. It is thus that we must 230 2, 23 | does not appear to fall altogether," we may ~reply in another 231 2, 23 | emptied and ~falling away altogether, he means one who falls 232 2, 24 | Although natural love is not altogether forfeited by wicked ~men, 233 2, 25 | supervene and may cease altogether. Therefore the friendship ~ 234 2, 30 | delight and readiness, and ~altogether as one ought, is not possible 235 2, 30 | is impossible, and it is altogether wrong to give alms out ~ 236 2, 30 | positive civil law, which altogether forbids any such ~profits. 237 2, 31 | not to destroy the ~virtue altogether, though it does not perfectly 238 2, 31 | listen not, and his sin be ~altogether hidden, they say that we 239 2, 31 | account one ought to abstain ~altogether from correcting him, as 240 2, 33 | are idle and omit them ~altogether, while others are drowsy 241 2, 38 | Christian Religion forbade war ~altogether, those who sought salutary 242 2, 38 | and to give up soldiering ~altogether. On the contrary, they were 243 2, 38 | Now warlike pursuits are altogether incompatible with the duties 244 2, 38 | that duty. Wherefore it is ~altogether unlawful for clerics to 245 2, 41 | works of mercy are to be altogether omitted in order to avoid ~ 246 2, 41 | forego such temporalities altogether, or the scandal must be ~ 247 2, 45 | science, so as to lose them altogether, because they ~belong to 248 2, 46 | prudence, not by ~taking them altogether, but in so far as they are 249 2, 47 | respects, since no man is altogether self-sufficient in matters 250 2, 47 | that they may be avoided altogether, or that they may ~do less 251 2, 52 | of God is done ~away with altogether. Therefore negligence is 252 2, 52 | things, as to fall away altogether from the ~charity of God, 253 2, 55 | simply, as that which is altogether distinct; as, ~for example, 254 2, 57 | does may be deemed ~not altogether contrary to the will of 255 2, 60 | restitution is due is unknown ~altogether, restitution must be made 256 2, 60 | restitution: even as a person is altogether ~excused from making restitution 257 2, 60 | making restitution if he is altogether unable to make it. He ~is, 258 2, 62 | live." Therefore it seems ~altogether unjust to kill sinners.~ 259 2, 62 | 1/1~I answer that, It is altogether unlawful to kill oneself, 260 2, 63 | lawfully ~deprived of life altogether on account of certain more 261 2, 63 | member: otherwise it is altogether unlawful to maim anyone.~ 262 2, 66 | consists in withdrawing altogether from an accusation." But 263 2, 66 | Secondly by ~withdrawing altogether from the accusation. This 264 2, 66 | consists in withdrawing altogether from the ~accusation, by 265 2, 68 | prosecution and defense disagree altogether, and if they be equal in ~ 266 2, 69 | unbecoming is not debarred altogether, since necessity may do 267 2, 69 | defective in these points, are ~altogether debarred from being advocates 268 2, 71 | said to be secret, not ~altogether, but in relation to the 269 2, 71 | destroys his good name not altogether but partly.~Aquin.: SMT 270 2, 73 | person, is to scorn him altogether, and ~to think him so despicable 271 2, 73 | to relapse or dissimulate altogether, but only ~dispositively 272 2, 75 | 1/4~I answer that, It is altogether sinful to have recourse 273 2, 76 | borrow from him. Now it seems altogether ~unlawful to deposit one' 274 2, 77 | of omission, however, is altogether distinct ~from the sin of 275 2, 77 | actual sin, for it may be ~altogether without act, as stated above ( 276 2, 77 | while ~omission may be altogether without act. Therefore omission 277 2, 79 | uncleanness, and is ~perfect and altogether unspotted purity." Now purity 278 2, 81 | prayer that it should be ~altogether sinless. Now if a man allows 279 2, 86 | supposition of an end, is ~altogether voluntary, and therefore 280 2, 86 | his will does not remain altogether fixed for ~the time to come, 281 2, 86 | necessary for a vow are not ~altogether ensured, when a man who 282 2, 86 | canceled, save by something ~altogether contrary thereto, which 283 2, 87 | tempt God, and ~this is altogether unlawful, according to Dt. 284 2, 87 | it seems that swearing is altogether unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS 285 2, 93 | of invoking him. ~This is altogether unlawful; wherefore it is 286 2, 93 | wish them ~to be condemned altogether, and henceforth not to be 287 2, 98 | thereby. But this is not altogether true, as we shall state 288 2, 98 | things. Consequently it is altogether unlawful to sell such things, ~ 289 2, 106 | there, then his vengeance is altogether unlawful: because to take ~ 290 2, 120 | most evident. Now it is altogether evident that the notion 291 2, 121 | necessary to dispel them altogether in order to free oneself 292 2, 121 | this reason severed them altogether from ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 293 2, 124 | from good; not that he is altogether fearless, for it is ~written ( 294 2, 127 | his friends: ~because he altogether shuns flattery and hypocrisy, 295 2, 128 | help of God, this is not altogether above our ~ability. Hence 296 2, 137 | hardships, which will be altogether absent from heaven." ~Therefore 297 2, 140 | praiseworthy and virtuous to be altogether deficient ~in such matters: 298 2, 140 | rejects these pleasures ~altogether, is not sinful.~Aquin.: 299 2, 140 | pleasure must be shunned, not ~altogether, but so that it is not sought 300 2, 142 | of good, and yet are not ~altogether free from evil.~Aquin.: 301 2, 147 | Whether the use of wine is altogether unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS 302 2, 147 | that the use of wine is altogether unlawful. For ~without wisdom, 303 2, 147 | Therefore wine-drinking is altogether unlawful. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 304 2, 147 | not that a man abstain altogether from ~wine, but that he 305 2, 147 | persons that they ~abstain altogether from wine, and this depends 306 2, 147 | from some things as being altogether ~unlawful, and from others 307 2, 148 | sinful, the person is not altogether excused from the ~subsequent 308 2, 148 | Concupiscence does not altogether fetter the reason, as ~drunkenness 309 2, 150 | too it is a sin to abstain altogether from the act of ~procreation, 310 2, 152 | deformity of ~injustice altogether accidental to lust: since 311 2, 152 | unable to elicit ~a judgment altogether free, as stated in the FP, 312 2, 154 | away the use of reason ~altogether - as in the case of those 313 2, 154 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, one is altogether excused from sin if the 314 2, 154 | the movement of desire is altogether in ~accord with sense and 315 2, 154 | as though ~it destroyed altogether the judgment of reason, 316 2, 155 | clemency and meekness are altogether identical?~(2) Whether each 317 2, 156 | and anger is forbidden altogether." ~Therefore it is nowise 318 2, 156 | good; ~but we cannot be altogether likened to Him in the mode 319 2, 156 | it is not a vice to be ~altogether without anger.~Aquin.: SMT 320 2, 156 | not a vice to lack what is altogether useless. ~But the movement 321 2, 156 | appetite cannot be lacking altogether, unless the movement of ~ 322 2, 156 | movement of ~the will be altogether lacking or weak. Consequently 323 2, 157 | cruelty ~disregards this order altogether. Wherefore remission of 324 2, 166 | virtuously is not to be avoided altogether. Therefore there cannot 325 2, 166 | the balance of one's mind altogether. Hence ~Ambrose says (De 326 2, 166 | Wherefore Ambrose does not altogether exclude fun from human ~ 327 2, 170 | for instance if a man were altogether ~deprived of the natural 328 2, 171 | future events. But this is altogether ~impossible. For God is 329 2, 172 | by the divine ray is ~not altogether without any veil of phantasms, 330 2, 173 | this life, whether by going altogether out of his body or ~by turning 331 2, 173 | soul went out of his body altogether, so that ~his body lay dead."~ 332 2, 178 | this life, whether by going altogether out ~of his body, or by 333 2, 180 | to forsake contemplation ~altogether. Hence Augustine says (De 334 2, 180 | Yet even then we must not altogether forsake the ~delights of 335 2, 183 | the same as ~refusing it altogether. Therefore it would seem 336 2, 183 | of perfection to forsake altogether the ~things that pertain 337 2, 184 | for sin destroys ~charity altogether. Wherefore since it belongs 338 2, 184 | up these temporal ~things altogether." Therefore it seems that 339 2, 184 | are excluded ~which are altogether contrary to religion.~Aquin.: 340 2, 185 | priestly ~office. But they are altogether wrong." He proves this first 341 2, 185 | Benedict bade them to be altogether free ~from secular business; 342 2, 185 | exalted to ~pride; since it is altogether unseemly that in a life 343 2, 186 | Dist. v, cap. 3: "It is altogether opposed to the rules of 344 2, 186 | liable to make us ~fail altogether," as the Blessed Antony 345 2, 186 | of these three cannot be altogether separated from ~riches whether 346 2, 187 | unless one observe them it is altogether impossible to ~keep the 347 2, 187 | to enter ~religion so as altogether to set aside the care for 348 3, 2 | because the Divine Nature is ~altogether immutable, as has been said ( 349 3, 2 | subsisting in a nature would be altogether one with its nature. Now 350 3, 2 | belief in the Incarnation is ~altogether done away with, and Christian 351 3, 2 | in itself, and thus it is altogether simple, even as ~the Nature 352 3, 3 | necessary for one of them to be altogether united to the ~other, i.e. 353 3, 5 | the dignity of God to be ~altogether separated from bodies. Therefore 354 3, 5 | Therefore it would seem altogether superfluous for the ~soul 355 3, 5 | redemption; or He reckoned it altogether incurable, and was unable 356 3, 7 | perfection. And hence by altogether contemning all riches, Christ ~ 357 3, 7 | fully, wherefore faith was altogether wanting to Him, nevertheless ~ 358 3, 15 | and the other fathers not altogether as we were. For we were 359 3, 16 | inseparably, one and the same ~is altogether Son of Man by His flesh, 360 3, 16 | of Man by His flesh, and altogether Son of God by the ~Godhead 361 3, 18 | human will of Christ was altogether conformed to the Divine ~ 362 3, 22 | flesh and a man like us, but altogether another one, the man born ~ 363 3, 35 | referred to extremes which ~are altogether diverse. But Christ is said 364 3, 35 | temporal mother, who are terms altogether diverse. Therefore ~it seems 365 3, 38 | second part, the assertion is altogether ~unreasonable. First, because 366 3, 39 | now and then than to be altogether deprived ~of grace."~Aquin.: 367 3, 42 | to neglect the Gentiles ~altogether, lest they should be deprived 368 3, 42 | than to be deprived of it altogether. Nevertheless our ~Lord 369 3, 43 | that ~they should remain altogether in their unbelief. For it 370 3, 43 | I may affirm this to be altogether ~greater than to create" [* 371 3, 46 | accordingly believed it to be altogether discordant with reason, 372 3, 46 | consequently to be shunned altogether by a wise man. But in very 373 3, 50 | simply" is the same as "altogether" or "totally": in ~which 374 3, 52 | Divine Nature, which is altogether immovable; but only ~according 375 3, 52 | defects from which Christ altogether delivered men in ~this world 376 3, 64 | lxxii): "I affirm this to be altogether greater," ~namely, for a 377 3, 68 | are others who, though not altogether sane, yet can use ~their 378 3, 69 | it. He ~did not, however, altogether abolish temporal punishment 379 3, 69 | and at ~length He will altogether exterminate it at the last 380 3, 72 | Sacram. ii), "It would be altogether ~hazardous, if anyone happened 381 3, 77 | way that they disappear altogether, as ~if reduced to nothing; 382 3, 80 | lawful to refrain from it altogether?~(12) Whether it is lawful 383 3, 80 | it is lawful to abstain altogether from communion?~Aquin.: 384 3, 80 | to be lawful to abstain altogether from Communion. ~Because 385 3, 80 | to abstain from Communion altogether.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 386 3, 80 | praiseworthy if anyone abstains altogether from Communion against the ~ 387 3, 80 | withheld from the sacrament altogether." Therefore it is not ~lawful 388 3, 82 | priest may lawfully refrain altogether from celebrating?~[*This 389 3, 82 | priest may lawfully refrain ~altogether from consecrating, except 390 3, 82 | care of souls, to refrain ~altogether from celebrating; and he 391 3, 84 | exceptional grace surpassing altogether the ~proportion of a human 392 3, 84 | The first of these taken altogether ~is the cause of the second; 393 3, 84 | together, since they are altogether contrary to one another, 394 3, 84 | If, however, sorrow were altogether incompatible with joy, this 395 3, 84 | but does not destroy it ~altogether.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 396 3, 86 | Verb. Dom. xi), which is ~altogether unpardonable, because after 397 3, 86 | whomsoever He pardons, He pardons altogether. ~Hence Augustine says [* 398 3, 87 | acting against ~charity is altogether turned away from God; whereas 399 3, 87 | whereas mortal sin excludes altogether the ~habit of grace, without 400 3, 88 | just as before, but not altogether for the same "reason." Wherefore ~ 401 3, 88 | bestowed on one who is ~altogether unworthy, so that the ingratitude 402 Suppl, 1 | certain extent, but not altogether crushed to pieces; while ~ 403 Suppl, 1 | are caused by principles altogether ~diverse cannot be changed, 404 Suppl, 2 | that it ~escapes the memory altogether, and then one cannot search 405 Suppl, 2 | escaped from his memory altogether, then he is excused from 406 Suppl, 2 | ignorance were to remove altogether the will to do evil, ~it 407 Suppl, 2 | does not ~remove the will altogether, and then it does not altogether 408 Suppl, 2 | altogether, and then it does not altogether excuse, but ~only to a certain 409 Suppl, 12| satisfaction destroys ~sin altogether. Therefore it is an act 410 Suppl, 14| works, since they pass ~away altogether, are nowise quickened, and 411 Suppl, 14| would be done away with altogether: which is false.~Aquin.: 412 Suppl, 15| Although these scourges are not altogether in our power, ~yet in some 413 Suppl, 15| and this, since it ~is altogether delightful, is not a work 414 Suppl, 16| that in heaven one will be altogether ~conformed to the will of 415 Suppl, 17| to whom heaven is not yet altogether opened.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 416 Suppl, 18| consequently that sin will be altogether unpunished, which is absurd.~ 417 Suppl, 18| sin in any ~way, which is altogether contrary to the words of 418 Suppl, 18| remitted, that a sin ~remain altogether unpunished, since Christ 419 Suppl, 18| seems that it does not altogether depend on the priest's judgment.~ 420 Suppl, 18| Therefore it does not altogether depend on the priest's judgment.~ 421 Suppl, 18| to despair and turn away altogether from repentance.~Aquin.: 422 Suppl, 19| subjects from them either altogether or in some respect, in so 423 Suppl, 21| cursing in this sense is altogether forbidden. Secondly, ~so 424 Suppl, 21| excommunicated person is withdrawn ~altogether from God's providence, but 425 Suppl, 24| exercise an act which is altogether contrary to the clerical ~ 426 Suppl, 37| believe; and these must be ~altogether debarred from beholding 427 Suppl, 41| which nature inclines, are ~altogether evil; wherefore, since the 428 Suppl, 41| of begetting children is altogether unlawful, so ~that it be 429 Suppl, 43| does not intend to forbid altogether the making of ~promises 430 Suppl, 47| iii, 4), not that he is altogether without ~fear, but because 431 Suppl, 47| consent invalidated a marriage altogether. ~Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 432 Suppl, 49| the marriage act cannot be altogether excused ~from sin by the 433 Suppl, 49| when it spurns the pleasure altogether and ~is displeasing, it 434 Suppl, 50| any impediment making it altogether unlawful for a particular ~ 435 Suppl, 50| either through being ~altogether unable - and thus we have 436 Suppl, 50| may forbid a thing either altogether, or in part ~and in certain 437 Suppl, 50| Hence between that which is altogether according to ~the law and 438 Suppl, 50| the law and that which is altogether against the law (which are 439 Suppl, 51| ignorance ~excludes knowledge altogether, whereas error does not, 440 Suppl, 52| the debt, ~so that he is altogether disabled, so slavery makes 441 Suppl, 53| he is bound to continence altogether. And ~since the marriage 442 Suppl, 54| number of degrees ~seem altogether unreasonable, since they 443 Suppl, 55| carnal ~intercourse and is altogether void of blood-relationship. 444 Suppl, 55| carnal intercourse and is ~altogether void of blood-relationship. 445 Suppl, 55| definition the words "which ~is altogether void of blood-relationship" 446 Suppl, 58| inability renders the contract altogether void, whether ~the party 447 Suppl, 58| and slavery, make it not altogether unlawful for ~their subjects 448 Suppl, 58| consent, voids marriage altogether. But an impediment that ~ 449 Suppl, 58| the marriage must not be altogether dissolved: but the ~husband 450 Suppl, 59| marriage of unbelievers is not altogether firm and ~ratified, but 451 Suppl, 61| by reason ~of which it is altogether indissoluble. Hence the 452 Suppl, 61| of person, which union is altogether indissoluble.~Aquin.: SMT 453 Suppl, 61| and consequently is not ~altogether indissoluble.~Aquin.: SMT 454 Suppl, 65| improportionate to the end, through altogether hindering the principal ~ 455 Suppl, 65| The third end, it removes altogether, because as Christ is one, ~ 456 Suppl, 65| rearing of the offspring is altogether done away, because ~as a 457 Suppl, 66| Wherefore the Pope ~can dispense altogether from such an irregularity; 458 Suppl, 67| frequently. Secondly, by a cause altogether ~supernatural, as in the 459 Suppl, 67| divorce. But this would seem altogether unjust, ~unless sufficient 460 Suppl, 69| coming, and from being altogether distinct from limbo, since 461 Suppl, 71| take away that punishment altogether, which is the error of Origen ( 462 Suppl, 71| body was buried, which is ~altogether ridiculous and absurd. ~ 463 Suppl, 72| them to. Therefore it seems altogether unnecessary to call ~on 464 Suppl, 72| earth." But this opinion is ~altogether absurd: for it is opposed 465 Suppl, 72| refer to the wicked who are altogether ~unbelievers, who will not 466 Suppl, 74| their revolutions will be altogether completed by ~their return 467 Suppl, 76| of which is interrupted altogether, since their form remains 468 Suppl, 79| the body, and it will be altogether ~impossible for it to lose 469 Suppl, 80| imperfection which will be ~altogether absent from the glorified 470 Suppl, 80| and yet since the body is altogether subject to the spirit, it 471 Suppl, 81| The glorified body will be altogether subject to the ~glorified 472 Suppl, 81| heavenly bodies, will remain ~altogether without movement, it seems 473 Suppl, 81| it is clear ~that it is altogether impossible for a body to 474 Suppl, 81| the medium be taken away altogether, or that it cease to ~hinder, 475 Suppl, 81| the movable were overcome altogether. Now ~although the resistance 476 Suppl, 81| contrary movement, can be altogether overcome by a mover of infinite ~ 477 Suppl, 81| movement cannot be overcome ~altogether except by depriving it of 478 Suppl, 82| Wherefore if there were a sight altogether incapable of ~perceiving 479 Suppl, 83| because ~a thing can be altogether good, but not altogether 480 Suppl, 83| altogether good, but not altogether evil. Hence the final ~happiness 481 Suppl, 83| requires that they should be altogether exempt ~from all evil; whereas 482 Suppl, 83| they will lack these things altogether. ~Therefore they will be 483 Suppl, 83| of the salamander is not altogether apposite, since it cannot ~ 484 Suppl, 85| a ~thief in the night is altogether uncertain, the day of the 485 Suppl, 85| of the last judgment ~is altogether uncertain.~Aquin.: SMT XP 486 Suppl, 88| since his body will be altogether incorruptible, ~the Divine 487 Suppl, 88| its ~movement would not be altogether natural, or its movement 488 Suppl, 88| rest in a subject ~which is altogether unable to acquire that perfection 489 Suppl, 88| plants and ~animals will altogether cease after the renewal 490 Suppl, 89| infinite. Therefore He is altogether unknown. Therefore it ~will 491 Suppl, 89| of the saints cannot be altogether frustrated. Now ~the common 492 Suppl, 89| substances. But this ~opinion is altogether untenable. First, because 493 Suppl, 89| Therefore they ~will have an altogether different power, if they 494 Suppl, 90| this description, being altogether ~subject to the spirit. 495 Suppl, 92| notion of dowry is either altogether unbecoming to ~Christ, or 496 Suppl, 93| the money and the debt are altogether the same. And that ~nevertheless 497 Suppl, 93| Blessed Virgin to have been ~altogether immune from the inclination 498 Suppl, 93| the carnal act, it was not altogether praiseworthy ~to abstain 499 Suppl, 93| virtue that angels abstain altogether from pleasures of the flesh, ~ 500 Suppl, 93| the victory who abstains altogether from sexual pleasures which


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