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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | since ~the whole science is contained virtually in its principles. 2 1, 1 | nothing necessary to faith is contained under the spiritual sense ~ 3 1, 1 | The parabolical sense is contained in the literal, for by ~ 4 1, 2 | animal," for animal is contained in the essence of man. If, 5 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Whether God is contained in a genus?~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 3 | 1: It seems that God is contained in a genus. For a substance 7 1, 3 | and properly, as a species contained under a genus; or as being 8 1, 3 | being. Therefore He is not contained in any genus ~as its principle.~ 9 1, 3 | although God is not first as if contained in the genus of ~substance; 10 1, 4 | therefore the agent is contained in the same species as its 11 1, 4 | agent and its effect are not contained in the same ~species, there 12 1, 4 | if there is an agent not contained in any "genus," its effect 13 1, 8 | is in anything is thereby contained. Now God is not ~contained 14 1, 8 | contained. Now God is not ~contained by things, but rather does 15 1, 8 | God; inasmuch as ~they are contained by Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 11 | multitude ~itself would not be contained under "being," unless it 17 1, 11 | unless it were in some way ~contained under "one." Thus Dionysius 18 1, 13 | of itself, since it ~is contained in the species), but is 19 1, 14 | forasmuch as He is not ~contained by anything outside of Himself; 20 1, 14 | wholly pre-exists and is contained in God in an excelling ~ 21 1, 14 | to the imperfect numbers contained under it. Now it is ~manifest 22 1, 14 | itself all the perfection ~contained in the essence of any other 23 1, 14 | But enunciable things are contained in the thoughts of men. ~ 24 1, 15 | the same manner, as being contained in the divine intelligence. ~ 25 1, 17 | fact that the ~predicate is contained in the definition of the 26 1, 22 | things. ~For whatever is contained in the notion of dignity, 27 1, 23 | predestination, since it is contained in the notion of predestination. ~ 28 1, 25 | has the notion of power ~contained in it. Hence the consideration 29 1, 27 | the divine existence are contained both the Word ~intelligibly 30 1, 28 | God; because creatures are contained under the divine order, ~ 31 1, 28 | in the same way. What is contained in the creature above and ~ 32 1, 28 | above and ~beyond what is contained in the meaning of relation, 33 1, 28 | divine ~names, that more is contained in the perfection of the 34 1, 28 | If the divine perfection contained only what is signified ~ 35 1, 28 | way, if nothing more were ~contained in it than what is signified 36 1, 28 | likewise of whatever is contained in it. So when "man" is ~ 37 1, 29 | that, although relation is contained in the signification ~of 38 1, 30 | Therefore the persons are not contained within the ~number three.~ 39 1, 31 | exclusively of an individual contained in that term: for ~instance, 40 1, 32 | notions, as the ~abstract is contained in the concrete.~Aquin.: 41 1, 33 | that wherein is perfectly contained ~its whole signification, 42 1, 36 | but what was implicitly contained in the first symbol ~was 43 1, 36 | Nevertheless the truth was contained implicitly in the belief 44 1, 39 | another sense things are ~contained in God forasmuch as He in 45 1, 40 | text. 24), ~nothing is contained by itself. But relation 46 1, 41 | the sense of ~possible as contained in what is necessary; and 47 1, 41 | entire divine filiation is ~contained in Him, and that there is 48 1, 42 | uttered by the word is therein contained. And the same applies to 49 1, 42 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: What is contained in creatures does not sufficiently ~ 50 1, 44 | master forms, which are ~contained in the divine intelligence." 51 1, 48 | operation; and thus both are contained in evil, as including ~the 52 1, 50 | although some things are not contained in corporeal ~place, still 53 1, 50 | For ~everything which is contained under any genus is composed 54 1, 52 | to be measured and to be contained ~by such place, as is evident 55 1, 52 | neither be measured nor contained by a place, ~because the 56 1, 52 | is more formal than the contained; as air with ~regard to 57 1, 52 | account for the ~angel to be contained by a place; because an incorporeal 58 1, 52 | into contact, and is not ~contained by it: for the soul is in 59 1, 52 | as containing it, not as ~contained by it. In the same way an 60 1, 52 | corporeal, not as the thing contained, but as somehow containing 61 1, 53 | place in so far as it is ~contained under the place, and is 62 1, 53 | place as commensurate and ~contained, but rather as containing 63 1, 53 | body is measured by and contained ~under a place; hence it 64 1, 53 | not subject to place as contained ~thereby, but is above it 65 1, 55 | Further, everything which is contained in another is there ~according 66 1, 55 | the faculty extends to be contained under the form. Hence it 67 1, 55 | to more things than are contained under this or that form. 68 1, 55 | sensible ~object's likeness contained in the sense, but because 69 1, 55 | intellectual knowledge is contained in ~one thing, that is to 70 1, 55 | things which are properly contained in it, is more perfect than ~ 71 1, 55 | proper type of each thing contained therein: hence each one 72 1, 57 | lower; and for whatever is contained ~deficiently, partially, 73 1, 57 | the lower beings, to be ~contained in the higher eminently, 74 1, 57 | exists in any subject, is contained in it after the manner ~ 75 1, 57 | all mysteries of grace are contained in ~the Divine wisdom. But 76 1, 58 | grasp all that is virtually contained in ~it. And this comes from 77 1, 59 | identified where all good is contained within ~the essence of him 78 1, 59 | of the particular things contained under that common idea. 79 1, 63 | in ~this way avarice is contained under the pride which is 80 1, 75 | intellectual principle ~contained the nature of a body it 81 1, 75 | of all ~the individuals contained under a given species, must 82 1, 76 | would be ~superfluous as contained in the pentagonal - so neither 83 1, 39 | another sense things are ~contained in God forasmuch as He in 84 1, 40 | text. 24), ~nothing is contained by itself. But relation 85 1, 41 | the sense of ~possible as contained in what is necessary; and 86 1, 41 | entire divine filiation is ~contained in Him, and that there is 87 1, 42 | uttered by the word is therein contained. And the same applies to 88 1, 42 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: What is contained in creatures does not sufficiently ~ 89 1, 45 | master forms, which are ~contained in the divine intelligence." 90 1, 49 | operation; and thus both are contained in evil, as including ~the 91 1, 51 | although some things are not contained in corporeal ~place, still 92 1, 51 | For ~everything which is contained under any genus is composed 93 1, 53 | to be measured and to be contained ~by such place, as is evident 94 1, 53 | neither be measured nor contained by a place, ~because the 95 1, 53 | is more formal than the contained; as air with ~regard to 96 1, 53 | account for the ~angel to be contained by a place; because an incorporeal 97 1, 53 | into contact, and is not ~contained by it: for the soul is in 98 1, 53 | as containing it, not as ~contained by it. In the same way an 99 1, 53 | corporeal, not as the thing contained, but as somehow containing 100 1, 54 | place in so far as it is ~contained under the place, and is 101 1, 54 | place as commensurate and ~contained, but rather as containing 102 1, 54 | body is measured by and contained ~under a place; hence it 103 1, 54 | not subject to place as contained ~thereby, but is above it 104 1, 56 | Further, everything which is contained in another is there ~according 105 1, 56 | the faculty extends to be contained under the form. Hence it 106 1, 56 | to more things than are contained under this or that form. 107 1, 56 | sensible ~object's likeness contained in the sense, but because 108 1, 56 | intellectual knowledge is contained in ~one thing, that is to 109 1, 56 | things which are properly contained in it, is more perfect than ~ 110 1, 56 | proper type of each thing contained therein: hence each one 111 1, 58 | lower; and for whatever is contained ~deficiently, partially, 112 1, 58 | the lower beings, to be ~contained in the higher eminently, 113 1, 58 | exists in any subject, is contained in it after the manner ~ 114 1, 58 | all mysteries of grace are contained in ~the Divine wisdom. But 115 1, 59 | grasp all that is virtually contained in ~it. And this comes from 116 1, 60 | identified where all good is contained within ~the essence of him 117 1, 60 | of the particular things contained under that common idea. 118 1, 64 | in ~this way avarice is contained under the pride which is 119 1, 74 | intellectual principle ~contained the nature of a body it 120 1, 74 | of all ~the individuals contained under a given species, must 121 1, 75 | would be ~superfluous as contained in the pentagonal - so neither 122 1, 81 | notion of being and truth is ~contained both the will itself, and 123 1, 81 | stone or wood, which are ~contained in the common notion of 124 1, 81 | some species of ~good, are contained under the common notion 125 1, 81 | In the same way good is contained in truth, ~inasmuch as it 126 1, 81 | special ~differences which are contained under that common notion. 127 1, 83 | understands itself ~and things contained in itself; (3) How it understands 128 1, 83 | the unchangeable truth is contained in the eternal types. ~Therefore 129 1, 83 | uncreated light, in which are contained the eternal types. Whence ~ 130 1, 84 | knowledge of each thing contained in it, is to ~know that 131 1, 84 | know distinctly what is contained in the universal ~whole 132 1, 84 | universal is potentially contained not only the less universal, ~ 133 1, 84 | things, as in "animal" is contained not only "man" but ~also " 134 1, 86 | differ logically, but one is contained in the ~other, as we have 135 1, 88 | but also the singulars contained in those species; ~whereas 136 1, 93 | whatever ~are virtually contained in the first self-evident 137 1, 104 | Secondly, by being virtually contained in the cause; as the ~form 138 1, 104 | the effect is virtually contained in its cause: thus animals ~ 139 1, 104 | household; which order is contained in the order ~of the city; 140 1, 105 | knowledge. But more is ~contained under a universal knowledge 141 1, 107 | excellence of the inferior is contained in the ~superior, but not 142 1, 108 | the angelic orders are contained under a hierarchy. But ~ 143 1, 113 | every power of a creature is contained. But ~sometimes miracle 144 1, 114 | in inferior bodies, is ~contained in them. In this way also 145 1, 115 | for this reason they are contained in the order ~of fate. But 146 1, 116 | Church in heaven, which is contained in ~the principalities and 147 1, 118 | whose entire matter is ~contained in one individual there 148 2, 1 | the contrary, All things contained in a genus are derived from 149 2, 3 | entire science is ~virtually contained in its principles. Now the 150 2, 4 | those material promises contained in Holy Scripture, ~are 151 2, 7 | circumstances, which are contained in this verse:~"Quis, quid, 152 2, 8 | but to those which are contained under its proper object; 153 2, 8 | opposite purposes as ~are contained under good, such as to be 154 2, 9 | under a ~special aspect as contained in the universal true. It 155 2, 11 | of every other power is contained in ~the object of the appetitive 156 2, 11 | power, as the proper is contained in the ~common, as stated 157 2, 18 | derived from the end is contained under the ~species derived 158 2, 18 | derived from the end is contained under the species ~derived 159 2, 18 | derived from the end ~is contained under the species of goodness 160 2, 18 | object, as a ~species is contained under its genus; for instance, 161 2, 18 | impossible for a thing to be ~contained under another species, if 162 2, 18 | if this species be not contained under ~the proper species 163 2, 18 | the same thing cannot be ~contained in different species that 164 2, 18 | is taken from the end, is contained under the ~species which 165 2, 18 | derived from the end, is contained under the ~species derived 166 2, 18 | derived from the end is contained under the species derived ~ 167 2, 18 | most specific species is contained under the ~subaltern genus.~ 168 2, 18 | derived from ~the end is not contained under the species derived 169 2, 18 | then the moral action is contained ~under two species that 170 2, 18 | of these species will be ~contained under the other.~Aquin.: 171 2, 18 | considered which of the two is contained under the ~other. In order 172 2, 18 | substance, one thing ~can be contained under different species. 173 2, 18 | fruit, as ~to its color, is contained under one species, i.e. 174 2, 23 | passions of the soul are contained.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 175 2, 27 | to its act; since act is contained, ~in a manner, in the potentiality 176 2, 28 | which is in another ~is contained in it. But the same cannot 177 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 1: The beloved is contained in the lover, by being impressed ~ 178 2, 28 | other hand, the lover is contained in the beloved, inasmuch 179 2, 28 | ways: just as a genus ~is contained in its species, and vice 180 2, 35 | it happens that species ~contained under contrary genera are 181 2, 35 | the genus, and virtually ~contained therein: thus "rational" 182 2, 49 | one ~predicament is not contained under another. Therefore 183 2, 52 | attains to ~that thing, is contained under the species, and whatever 184 2, 54 | and several species be contained in one species; so does 185 2, 61 | way the other virtues are contained under ~them. Wherefore all 186 2, 62 | save ~by Divine revelation, contained in Holy Writ.~Aquin.: SMT 187 2, 66 | in man: since a ~thing is contained according to the mode of 188 2, 67 | intelligible species are contained by the "possible" intellect ~ 189 2, 71 | the natural law, which is ~contained primarily in the eternal 190 2, 72 | refer, not ~to the part contained in another, but to that 191 2, 72 | in respect of its ~being contained thereby, but in respect 192 2, 72 | according to ~the words contained in the following verse:~ 193 2, 77 | particular ~which he knows to be contained in the universal: thus who 194 2, 87 | evident that all things contained in an order, ~are, in a 195 2, 91 | single ~truth, such as that contained in the Divine Wisdom; so 196 2, 91 | cases, which are, however, ~contained in the eternal law. Hence 197 2, 91 | promises of temporal goods are ~contained in the Old Testament, for 198 2, 94 | itself, if its predicate is contained in the ~notion of the subject: 199 2, 94 | can be ruled by reason, is contained ~under the law of reason.~ 200 2, 94 | natural law is that which ~is contained in the Law and the Gospel." 201 2, 94 | is not that whatever is ~contained in the Law and the Gospel 202 2, 94 | the natural law is fully contained in them. Wherefore Gratian, 203 2, 94 | the natural law is what is contained in the Law and the ~Gospel," 204 2, 95 | inanimate justice, which contained in laws. Therefore it would 205 2, 95 | derived in the first way, are contained in human ~law not as emanating 206 2, 95 | the law of nations is not contained under positive human law, ~ 207 2, 95 | in respect of something ~contained in the notion of that thing. 208 2, 95 | rational or ~irrational is contained in the notion of animal: 209 2, 95 | human law, ~many things are contained, in respect of any of which 210 2, 98 | father and mother," which is contained expressly in the Old Law ( 211 2, 98 | precepts ~of the natural law contained in the Old Law, all were 212 2, 99 | Therefore the Old Law ~contained but one commandment.~Aquin.: 213 2, 99 | the Law of ~commandments contained in decrees": where he is 214 2, 99 | rule of neighborly love contained implicitly in the ~words, " 215 2, 99 | answer that, The Old Law contained some moral precepts; as 216 2, 100 | But these ~two are not contained in the precepts of the decalogue. 217 2, 100 | the moral precepts are contained in the precepts of the decalogue.~ 218 2, 100 | both ~kinds of precepts are contained in the precepts of the decalogue; 219 2, 100 | first general principles are contained in them, ~as principles 220 2, 100 | known ~through wise men are contained, conversely, as conclusions 221 2, 100 | because love of ~oneself is contained in the love of God and of 222 2, 100 | consequently, ~they are not contained in the decalogue.~Aquin.: 223 2, 100 | that, The highest wisdom is contained in the precepts of the ~ 224 2, 100 | general moral precepts are contained in the ~decalogue, or are 225 2, 100 | precepts taken as a whole contained ~something just in itself, 226 2, 100 | taken individually they contained that which is just, not 227 2, 100 | or also in particular, ~contained that which is just in itself: 228 2, 100 | but the moral precepts contained ~that which is just in itself 229 2, 101 | Consequently such are ~contained under the ceremonial precepts.~ 230 2, 102 | whereof ~spiritual grace is contained, is of itself acceptable 231 2, 102 | assigned for the ~things contained in the tabernacle. The literal 232 2, 102 | substances, hence that tabernacle contained three things, ~viz. "the 233 2, 102 | means of the three things it contained, the three things ~of greatest 234 2, 102 | this present world, also contained ~three things, viz. the " 235 2, 102 | be assigned. For the ark contained the ~tables of the Law, 236 2, 105 | kinds of relation the Law contained ~suitable precepts. For 237 2, 105 | with foreigners, the Law ~contained suitable precepts. For, 238 2, 105 | relationships the Old Law contained fitting precepts. Thus, 239 2, 106 | of those things that are contained in the New Law. Under the 240 2, 106 | moral precepts such as are ~contained in the Gospel. Wherefore 241 2, 107 | Whether the New Law is contained in the Old?~(4) Which is 242 2, 107 | that "the Old Testament contained temporal promises, whereas ~ 243 2, 107 | But although the Old Law contained precepts of charity, nevertheless 244 2, 107 | 4: Further, the Old Law contained precepts, moral, ceremonial, 245 2, 107 | 1~Whether the New Law is contained in the Old?~Aquin.: SMT 246 2, 107 | that the New Law is not contained in the Old. ~Because the 247 2, 107 | New Law, which are not contained in the Old. Therefore the 248 2, 107 | Therefore the New Law is not ~contained in the Old.~Aquin.: SMT 249 2, 107 | greater commandments, those contained in the Gospel. Now the ~ 250 2, 107 | Now the ~greater cannot be contained in the lesser. Therefore 251 2, 107 | Therefore the New Law is not ~contained in the Old.~Aquin.: SMT 252 2, 107 | therefore, the New Law is contained in the Old, it follows that 253 2, 107 | Therefore the New Law is not contained in ~the Old.~Aquin.: SMT 254 2, 107 | answer that, One thing may be contained in another in two ways. 255 2, 107 | way that the New Law is contained in the Old: ~for it has 256 2, 107 | as a point of faith, is contained in the Old Testament as 257 2, 107 | believe, the New Law is contained in ~the Old.~Aquin.: SMT 258 2, 107 | Testament, they ~are all contained in the Old. Hence Augustine 259 2, 107 | prevents the greater from being contained in the lesser virtually; 260 2, 107 | virtually; just ~as a tree is contained in the seed.~Aquin.: SMT 261 2, 108 | OF THOSE THINGS THAT ARE CONTAINED IN THE NEW LAW (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 262 2, 108 | consider those things that are contained in the New Law: ~under which 263 2, 108 | considered certain matters contained in ~the Law of Moses by 264 2, 108 | counsel of obedience should be contained in the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT 265 2, 109 | heaven," and whatever else is contained in the Lord's Prayer pertaining ~ 266 2, 111 | gratuitous graces cannot be contained under any certain division.~ 267 2, 1 | can be about all things contained in ~Holy Writ, for whichever 268 2, 1 | also is about all things contained in Holy ~Writ. But there 269 2, 1 | as regards all things ~contained in Holy Writ.~Aquin.: SMT 270 2, 1 | the exposition of faith is contained in the symbol. Now ~the 271 2, 1 | the true Body of Christ is contained in the Sacrament of the 272 2, 1 | articles. For all things contained in Holy Writ are ~matters 273 2, 1 | order, so that ~some are contained implicitly in others; thus 274 2, 1 | manner all the articles are contained implicitly in ~certain primary 275 2, 1 | which follow from these are contained ~in others: thus faith in 276 2, 1 | later have believed, was contained, albeit ~implicitly, in 277 2, 1 | worshiped, all of ~which are contained in the one article of the 278 2, 1 | Christ's body is miraculously contained therein and thus it is included ~ 279 2, 1 | confession of faith, which is contained in the ~symbol, concerns 280 2, 1 | 1: The truth of faith is contained in Holy Writ, diffusely, ~ 281 2, 1 | of speaking. But since it contained briefly the ~whole truth 282 2, 2 | to believe whatever is contained in the Divine Scriptures. 283 2, 2 | clear to him that ~they are contained in the doctrine of faith.~ 284 2, 4 | subsequent thing is virtually contained in the first beginning; 285 2, 4 | whole of which is itself contained in ~them virtually. In this 286 2, 4 | which we believe whatever is contained in the faith. Secondly, 287 2, 8 | for instance, all that is contained in ~the Divine Scriptures.~ 288 2, 8 | answer that, Two things are contained in the sixth beatitude, 289 2, 10 | this command would not be contained in the apostolic ~teaching 290 2, 15 | Further, the New Testament is contained in the Old, as the ~reality 291 2, 15 | opposite vices. Now the Old Law contained many precepts ~forbidding 292 2, 15 | A[1]). Now the Old Law contained precepts about the confession 293 2, 15 | the Old Law should ~have contained precepts of faith.~Aquin.: 294 2, 15 | of the Old Testament are contained in the ~Old Law; wherefore 295 2, 15 | the Old Law should have contained precepts ~of faith.~Aquin.: 296 2, 15 | Old Law ~ought not to have contained precepts of faith.~Aquin.: 297 2, 21 | that, Among the precepts contained in Holy Writ, some belong 298 2, 21 | hence all the promises contained in the Law are incitements 299 2, 22 | themselves, because a thing is contained according ~to the mode of 300 2, 24 | loved out of charity are contained in the two precepts ~of 301 2, 24 | love of the angels ~is not contained in the love of God, since 302 2, 24 | nor is it, seemingly, contained in the love of our neighbor, 303 2, 28 | total of all virtues is contained in ~mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS 304 2, 30 | pray for all, which are all contained in the following verse: " 305 2, 31 | extends to whatever is ~contained under the object of that 306 2, 40 | Sedition, like schism, is contained under discord, since ~each 307 2, 42 | conclusions are virtually contained in the first principles. 308 2, 42 | consider all that is virtually ~contained therein, it is necessary, 309 2, 48 | as military business is contained under political ~affairs, 310 2, 49 | acts. For, if various acts contained the same kind of ~goodness, 311 2, 51 | precipitation is not a sin contained under ~imprudence.~Aquin.: 312 2, 51 | precipitation is not a vice contained under imprudence.~Aquin.: 313 2, 51 | precipitation as a sin ~contained under imprudence, rather 314 2, 51 | vice of ~precipitation is contained under imprudence.~Aquin.: 315 2, 51 | both, so that ~rashness is contained under precipitation, although 316 2, 51 | Therefore precipitation is contained under ~thoughtlessness: 317 2, 51 | thoughtlessness is not a special ~sin contained under imprudence.~Aquin.: 318 2, 51 | thoughtlessness is a special sin contained under imprudence.~Aquin.: 319 2, 51 | Whether inconstancy is a vice contained under prudence?~Aquin.: 320 2, 51 | inconstancy is not a vice contained under ~imprudence. For inconstancy 321 2, 54 | the ~Law also should have contained a precept of prudence, especially 322 2, 54 | this reason that the Law ~contained a special precept forbidding 323 2, 56 | reason. Now ~the will is contained in the appetitive faculty, 324 2, 56 | together with the species contained under ~the same "general." 325 2, 78 | iv, De Offic. i, 7], is contained in "truthfulness" ~as to 326 2, 81 | for those things which are contained in the petitions of the ~ 327 2, 81 | OBJ 1: The imprecations contained in Holy Writ may be understood ~ 328 2, 81 | nothing else but what is contained in this prayer of our Lord." 329 2, 81 | the other sacraments are ~contained, or of the bread of the 330 2, 82 | other signs of ~holiness contained therein. Thirdly, on account 331 2, 85 | commandment to pay tithes is contained in the Old Law (Lev. 27: 332 2, 86 | made, because the effect is contained virtually in its cause. ~ 333 2, 86 | thing to those ~that are contained under it, in the same way 334 2, 86 | dispensation, that ~which was contained under a vow is by his authority 335 2, 86 | authority no longer so ~contained, in so far as he decides 336 2, 92 | that ~the images themselves contained something God-like, and 337 2, 93 | hand ~in the Old Law, which contained earthly promises, there 338 2, 93 | of these many others are ~contained, as explained above.~Aquin.: 339 2, 102 | and in this respect it is contained under different ~virtues, 340 2, 102 | reverence for a superior, it is contained, in a way, under ~observance; 341 2, 102 | for one's ~parents, it is contained under piety; and in so far 342 2, 105 | Further, no special sin is contained under different kinds of ~ 343 2, 107 | truth, since the lesser is contained in the ~greater: and in 344 2, 108 | and these two are not ~contained under any one of the kinds 345 2, 108 | the first three kinds are contained under ~"mischievous" lies, 346 2, 108 | any false assertion is ~contained either in the Gospel or 347 2, 118 | justice, and in one ~way is contained under it, and in another 348 2, 120 | Hence neither precepts are contained in the ~decalogue: and yet 349 2, 121 | moral. Now fortitude is not contained among the ~theological virtues, 350 2, 121 | Neither, apparently, is it contained among the moral virtues, 351 2, 138 | OBJ 1: The Old Testament contained temporal promises, while 352 2, 145 | things "that are ~neither contained in the authorities of Holy 353 2, 146 | immoderate ~appetite" - which are contained in the following verse: " 354 2, 152 | Now a species ~is not contained under another that is differentiated 355 2, 152 | the ~same species is not contained under different genera that 356 2, 159 | humility." Consequently nothing contained ~in Christian teaching is 357 2, 168 | the Decalogue should have ~contained precepts of humility and 358 2, 172 | ad 2) that the ~future is contained in the Divine knowledge 359 2, 174 | speeches" would seem to be ~contained under prophecy, because 360 2, 177 | wherefore it is ~virtually contained in them, as tepid in hot 361 2, 184 | transgresses the things ~contained in his rule?~Aquin.: SMT 362 2, 184 | transgresses the things contained in his rule. For to break 363 2, 184 | transgressing the things contained in their rule.~Aquin.: SMT 364 2, 184 | transgresses the things ~contained in his rule.~Aquin.: SMT 365 2, 184 | transgressing the ~things contained in his rule.~Aquin.: SMT 366 2, 184 | transgression of the things ~contained in his rule were to involve 367 2, 184 | transgression of the things contained ~in the rule is a mortal 368 2, 184 | 1], ad 1,2), a thing is contained in ~the rule in two ways. 369 2, 184 | 2/2~Secondly, a thing is contained in the rule through pertaining 370 2, 184 | observe all the ~things contained in the rule, but he vows 371 3, 1 | greatest ~things should be contained in the least, and He upon 372 3, 2 | inasmuch as He ~is made man, is contained under the species of man; 373 3, 2 | supersubstantially." Now nothing is ~contained under the human species 374 3, 10 | the infinite. But more ~is contained in the Divine knowledge, 375 3, 16 | concrete may stand for all ~contained in the common nature, as 376 3, 31 | entire ~everywhere, and to be contained in no place. He is able 377 3, 37 | His members. Now, the Law contained a twofold precept touching 378 3, 38 | are instituted by God are ~contained in certain precepts of Holy 379 3, 42 | Now Christ's doctrine contained the most profound wisdom. 380 3, 57 | in keeping with what is contained ~therein. Now by His Resurrection 381 3, 57 | heaven, not as though heaven ~contained Him, but rather because 382 3, 57 | but rather because it is contained by Him. Hence it is not ~ 383 3, 57 | in so far as they are ~contained by a heavenly body. But 384 3, 57 | stand in need of being so contained, because they draw nothing ~ 385 3, 61 | 9) because they neither contained nor caused ~grace. Hence 386 3, 62 | For it seems that what is contained is in the container. But 387 3, 62 | a spiritual thing is not contained by a corporeal, even ~if 388 3, 62 | therein; for the soul is not contained by the body; rather does ~ 389 3, 62 | seems that it cannot be contained in a corporeal sacrament.~ 390 3, 62 | contains it and is not contained by it. But, in a sacrament, 391 3, 65 | good of the whole Church is contained ~substantially in the sacrament 392 3, 67 | same time. For unity is ~contained in multitude, but not "vice 393 3, 72 | necessary; and they are ~contained in the above form. The first 394 3, 73 | sacrament itself, and what is contained in it. Now it was ~stated 395 3, 73 | all, because of what is contained in the sacrament: for Christ 396 3, 73 | for Christ is ~Himself contained in the Eucharist sacramentally. 397 3, 73 | Christ crucified, Who is contained in this ~sacrament, its 398 3, 74 | the contrary, Christ is contained in this sacrament, and He 399 3, 75 | sacrifices of the Old Law contained only in figure that true 400 3, 75 | local motion, ~nor is it contained therein as in a place, as 401 3, 75 | general ~"that which is contained under the species of bread," 402 3, 75 | species ~there is first contained the substance of bread, 403 3, 76 | Whether the whole Christ is contained under this sacrament?~Aquin.: 404 3, 76 | the whole Christ is not contained under this ~sacrament, because 405 3, 76 | and ~blood of Christ are contained in this sacrament. But there 406 3, 76 | the entire Christ is not contained under this sacrament.~Aquin.: 407 3, 76 | greater quantity cannot be contained under the ~measure of a 408 3, 76 | that the entire Christ be contained under this sacrament.~Aquin.: 409 3, 76 | of the sacrament there is contained under it, ~as to the species 410 3, 76 | totality of substance is ~contained indifferently in a small 411 3, 76 | Christ's body and blood is contained in this ~sacrament, just 412 3, 76 | the bread and wine was ~contained there before the consecration.~ 413 3, 76 | Whether the whole Christ is contained under each species of this ~ 414 3, 76 | the whole Christ is not contained under both ~species of this 415 3, 76 | but by virtue of ~what is contained under the species, because 416 3, 76 | sacrament. If ~nothing, then, be contained under one species, but what 417 3, 76 | one species, but what is contained ~under the other, and if 418 3, 76 | and if the whole Christ be contained under both, it ~seems that 419 3, 76 | then, Christ's blood ~be contained under the species of bread, 420 3, 76 | other parts of the ~body are contained there, the blood ought not 421 3, 76 | Christ's body will not be ~contained under the species of the 422 3, 76 | the whole Christ is not contained under each ~species.~Aquin.: 423 3, 76 | the host or of the wine contained in the chalice.~Aquin.: 424 3, 76 | dimensions under which it is contained; just as the entire ~nature 425 3, 76 | Christ's entire body ~is contained under every part of the 426 3, 76 | no dimensive ~quantity is contained entirely in any whole, and 427 3, 76 | circumscriptively, because it is so contained under the species of ~the 428 3, 76 | way in which substance is contained by dimensions; because the 429 3, 76 | because the entire Christ is contained in this sacrament, and He 430 3, 76 | wherein it is definitively ~contained. Hence since it is seen 431 3, 77 | dimensions, under which it is contained. Now it is not the ~same 432 3, 78 | container is put for the contained, so that the ~meaning is: " 433 3, 78 | meaning is: "This is My blood contained in the chalice"; of which 434 3, 78 | both, i.e. that which is contained ~in general under those 435 3, 78 | of Christ; but what was contained under those species, and 436 3, 78 | those ~accidents, is yet contained under them.~Aquin.: SMT 437 3, 79 | principally, from what is contained in this sacrament, ~which 438 3, 79 | its effect, namely, Christ contained in it, as also His Passion ~ 439 3, 79 | Christ's infinite power contained in this ~sacrament. Consequently, 440 3, 79 | above regarding what is ~contained in the sacrament (Q[76], 441 3, 80 | that, Christ Himself is contained in this sacrament, not under ~ 442 3, 80 | which is signified and contained, namely, Christ Himself; 443 3, 80 | other ~is signified but not contained, namely, Christ's mystical 444 3, 80 | all; and Christ is fully contained ~under either species, as 445 3, 81 | Q[76], A[5]), Christ as contained under ~this sacrament stands 446 3, 81 | and the soul of Christ are contained in this ~sacrament. Therefore 447 3, 81 | dispositions of the thing contained. ~ 448 3, 82 | which the entire Christ is contained. Therefore it belongs, ~ 449 3, 82 | because Christ's blood is contained in a ~vessel, hence there 450 3, 83 | sacrament, in which Christ is ~contained verily, and not in figure 451 3, 83 | there is with the blood contained in ~the chalice. And consequently, 452 3, 83 | way of praise ~whatever is contained in Sacred Scripture."~Aquin.: 453 3, 83 | perfectly" by ~Christ's teaching contained in the Gospel, which is 454 3, 83 | regarding the Faith is ~contained.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 455 3, 83 | that the entire Christ is contained therein. ~Moreover, this 456 3, 85 | penance does not seem to be ~contained under either of them. Therefore 457 3, 88 | far as they are virtually contained in the subsequent ~sin.~ 458 3, 88 | ingratitude, is virtually contained in the subsequent sin. Now 459 3, 88 | of his previous sins is contained proportionally in his subsequent ~ 460 Suppl, 9 | assigned by masters, and ~contained in the following lines, 461 Suppl, 12| definition of satisfaction contained in the text is ~suitable?~ 462 Suppl, 13| may ~equal the pleasure contained in a sin committed. Therefore 463 Suppl, 19| those ~things which are contained in a material temple, and 464 Suppl, 23| assist him. These are all contained in the ~following line: " 465 Suppl, 29| the many things which are ~contained in one sacrament, are united 466 Suppl, 29| signified by balsam which is contained ~in chrism. Therefore chrism 467 Suppl, 29| of glory is something not contained in ~this sacrament: and 468 Suppl, 29| other sacraments are not contained in Holy Writ, but were handed 469 Suppl, 37| flow from that which is contained in that sacrament. Hence 470 Suppl, 37| Further, the same truth is contained in the Old and in the New ~ 471 Suppl, 37| the sacramental matter is ~contained, as regards the wine, which 472 Suppl, 37| deacon on Christ's body ~contained in a vessel. Hence it is 473 Suppl, 40| which Christ ~Himself is contained, because by a character 474 Suppl, 42| Church is not the reality ~contained in this sacrament, but is 475 Suppl, 42| reality signified and not ~contained - and no sacrament causes 476 Suppl, 42| but it has ~another both contained and signified which it causes, 477 Suppl, 42| Matrimony has ~no reality contained therein.~Aquin.: SMT XP 478 Suppl, 42| and the ultimate reality contained is the effect ~of this sacrament, 479 Suppl, 42| given is the last thing contained in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 480 Suppl, 42| Signification of the thing contained is necessary for the ~sacrament. 481 Suppl, 42| signification, but to ~the thing not contained, as appears from what was 482 Suppl, 47| bodily injuries. They are contained in the ~verse: "Rape, status, 483 Suppl, 48| an effect is implicitly contained in ~its cause, for the power 484 Suppl, 50| contracted; and ~they are contained in the following verse:~" 485 Suppl, 54| the Divine law which is contained in the Old Law, the prohibition 486 Suppl, 58| marriage are sufficiently ~contained in the verses given above ( 487 Suppl, 65| natural right is that which is contained in the Law and the Gospel." ~ 488 Suppl, 67| indissolubility of marriage is contained among the ~first precepts 489 Suppl, 71| the power of Christ Who is contained in the ~Sacrament of the 490 Suppl, 72| 16), and his words are ~contained in a gloss on 1 Cor. 7:31, 491 Suppl, 72| nature of the individuals contained under it." Now ~resurrection 492 Suppl, 77| Whether whatever the body contained belonging to the truth of 493 Suppl, 77| 5) Whether whatever it contained materially will rise again?~ 494 Suppl, 77| the product of art is all contained implicitly and ~originally 495 Suppl, 77| parts of ~the body is all contained originally and, in a way, 496 Suppl, 77| lacked any of the things contained in the art, so neither could ~ 497 Suppl, 77| unless the whole that is contained enfolded in the soul ~be 498 Suppl, 77| has a definite form and is contained among the parts of the body, 499 Suppl, 80| of the ~thing placed are contained within the bounds of the 500 Suppl, 80| place: ~wherefore it is contained whole under the small or


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