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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | object itself, when it is directly informed by a ~similitude, 2 1, 13 | signify the divine substance directly, but indirectly, ~in so 3 1, 13 | signify the ~divine essence directly, and consequently the corresponding 4 1, 13 | signifying the essence, either directly or indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 17 | is referred to them not directly, but ~accidentally, or as 6 1, 17 | sense. Now as the sense is directly informed by the likeness ~ 7 1, 19 | by doing something either directly, or indirectly and ~accidentally. 8 1, 19 | accidentally. He shows it directly when he works in his own 9 1, 25 | however, they be joined directly ~with the verb "can" (which 10 1, 29 | said ~that it signifies directly the essence, and relation 11 1, 29 | that it signifies relation directly; and essence indirectly; 12 1, 29 | person" signifies relation directly, and the essence ~indirectly; 13 1, 29 | So likewise it signifies directly the essence, and ~indirectly 14 1, 30 | not signify the essence directly. ~Therefore it is not common 15 1, 32 | is of faith in two ways; directly, where any ~truth comes 16 1, 39 | Son is not begotten either directly or accidentally.~Aquin.: 17 1, 39 | Son. The "book of life" directly means knowledge but ~indirectly 18 1, 41 | signifies the divine ~nature directly, but the relation indirectly.~ 19 1, 41 | begetting," power is ~signified directly, generation indirectly: 20 1, 45 | Phys. i, text ~43), but directly from the subject which is 21 1, 45 | as though they were made "directly," but only "indirectly."~ 22 1, 49 | by way of an agent, not directly, but accidentally.~Aquin.: 23 1, 56 | object known is not drawn directly ~from the object itself, 24 1, 57 | and Jesus as teaching them directly": as is evident in Is. ~ 25 1, 58 | more in common; ~because directly the truth of an affirmation 26 1, 59 | not lessened nor increased directly of ~themselves; but only 27 1, 61 | which was filled with angels directly it was made."~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 63 | which everyone accepts directly they are heard" [*Boethius, 29 1, 64 | But liberty ~of will is directly and firstly ordained to 30 1, 64 | two ways: first of all, ~directly, when a man is brought unto 31 1, 65 | underlies others, the more directly does that thing proceed 32 1, 75 | that the soul ~is moved directly, and is a body.~Aquin.: 33 1, 39 | Son is not begotten either directly or accidentally.~Aquin.: 34 1, 39 | Son. The "book of life" directly means knowledge but ~indirectly 35 1, 41 | signifies the divine ~nature directly, but the relation indirectly.~ 36 1, 41 | begetting," power is ~signified directly, generation indirectly: 37 1, 46 | Phys. i, text ~43), but directly from the subject which is 38 1, 46 | as though they were made "directly," but only "indirectly."~ 39 1, 50 | by way of an agent, not directly, but accidentally.~Aquin.: 40 1, 57 | object known is not drawn directly ~from the object itself, 41 1, 58 | and Jesus as teaching them directly": as is evident in Is. ~ 42 1, 59 | more in common; ~because directly the truth of an affirmation 43 1, 60 | not lessened nor increased directly of ~themselves; but only 44 1, 62 | which was filled with angels directly it was made."~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 64 | which everyone accepts directly they are heard" [*Boethius, 46 1, 65 | But liberty ~of will is directly and firstly ordained to 47 1, 65 | two ways: first of all, ~directly, when a man is brought unto 48 1, 66 | underlies others, the more directly does that thing proceed 49 1, 74 | that the soul ~is moved directly, and is a body.~Aquin.: 50 1, 83 | of the soul ~do not come directly under the consideration 51 1, 85 | singular in material things ~directly and primarily. The reason 52 1, 85 | Hence our intellect knows directly ~the universal only. But 53 1, 85 | understands the universal directly through the intelligible 54 1, 85 | singular proposition cannot be directly concluded ~from a universal 55 1, 85 | is to know the singular directly, the intellect knows ~immaterially 56 1, 85 | intellect of ~itself and directly has the universal for its 57 1, 85 | considered as such, is known directly by sense and indirectly 58 1, 88 | way singulars cannot be directly known by the ~intellect, 59 1, 88 | corrupted in two ways; first, directly, when corrupted by its contrary, ~ 60 1, 88 | knowledge is corrupted directly: namely, "forgetfulness" 61 1, 91 | for ~generation. Therefore directly after the formation of woman, 62 1, 92 | towards an object in two ways: directly and ~immediately, or indirectly 63 1, 94 | admitted to eternal happiness directly after death.~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 103 | preserve another 'per se' and directly, namely, when ~what is preserved 65 1, 103 | of its effect, but not directly of its "being." This may ~ 66 1, 103 | such, neither will it be directly the cause of ~"being" which 67 1, 103 | same species one cannot ~directly cause the other's form as 68 1, 103 | corrupting cause; secondly, directly and "per se," by the ~fact 69 1, 112 | things, enlightened by God directly; but ~as to other things, 70 1, 112 | things, only the superior are directly enlightened by God, ~and 71 1, 113 | of another in two ways; ~directly and indirectly. Indirectly 72 1, 113 | when its action ~tends directly thereunto. And in this way 73 1, 114 | The heavenly bodies can directly and of themselves act on ~ 74 1, 114 | above (A[3]). They can act directly indeed on those ~powers 75 1, 114 | nor accidentally, ~neither directly nor indirectly.~Aquin.: 76 1, 115 | to some higher cause, ~is directly intended. For instance, 77 1, 115 | who had ordered ~it, it is directly intended.~Aquin.: SMT FP 78 1, 115 | fate, must of necessity be directly and of itself the ~cause 79 1, 116 | the intelligible species directly: but he ~moves the disciple 80 1, 118 | when a certain ~matter is directly transformed into fire, then 81 2, 6 | another in two ways. First, directly; in which sense ~something 82 2, 6 | proceeds from the will directly, as from its action; but 83 2, 6 | answer that, Violence is directly opposed to the voluntary, 84 2, 9 | for a heavenly body to act directly on the intellect or will. ~ 85 2, 19 | in any way willed, either directly or indirectly, it does ~ 86 2, 19 | And I call that ignorance "directly" ~voluntary, to which the 87 2, 19 | is involuntary, ~either directly, or through negligence, 88 2, 21 | a man ordains his action directly for the ~good or evil of 89 2, 25 | speaking of passions as directly ~related to one another. 90 2, 25 | that ~hope tends to good directly; whereas despair is a movement 91 2, 25 | which regards good more ~directly, takes precedence: although 92 2, 25 | appetite is essentially and directly ~towards the good as towards 93 2, 28 | ecstasy is caused by love directly; by love of ~friendship, 94 2, 30 | 3: The passion which is directly contrary to concupiscence 95 2, 32 | disgust. Secondly, by being directly contrary to one's own good: ~ 96 2, 33 | Secondly, as agent; not indeed ~directly, for the Philosopher says ( 97 2, 35 | mingled with apprehension, directly, as regards ~the apprehensive 98 2, 35 | two ~things cannot occur directly in the contemplation of 99 2, 35 | belongs to the appetite directly. Because ~inward pain arises 100 2, 45 | manner despair regards directly the good which it turns 101 2, 50 | the habits of knowledge directly in that, which, being ~only 102 2, 53 | since the soul is not moved directly. It is, ~however, moved 103 2, 53 | is said to be corrupted directly by its contrary; ~indirectly, 104 2, 53 | this kind can be corrupted ~directly. If then there be a habit 105 2, 53 | cause, it can be corrupted directly: but ~if it has no contrary, 106 2, 53 | it cannot be corrupted directly. Now it is evident ~that 107 2, 53 | habit is ~incorruptible both directly and indirectly. Such are 108 2, 53 | movement in two ways. First, directly; and such a thing causes 109 2, 53 | destroyed or diminished directly ~through some contrary agency. 110 2, 58 | contrary, To wish to do evil is directly opposed to moral virtue; ~ 111 2, 61 | regards the common weal directly: but ~by commanding the 112 2, 63 | act but a habit, that is directly contrary to a habit. ~Wherefore, 113 2, 63 | those, namely, which are directly opposed to the theological 114 2, 66 | appetite to reason in matters directly relating to life, in the 115 2, 69 | the beatitudes seems to be directly connected with the acts ~ 116 2, 69 | yet nothing is included directly ~connected with justice. 117 2, 71 | may consider something directly, and we may consider something ~ 118 2, 71 | consequently. Virtue implies "directly" a disposition whereby the 119 2, 71 | to the essence of virtue directly, its contrary is "vice": ~ 120 2, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Vice is directly contrary to virtue, even 121 2, 71 | which act sometimes bears directly on the omission, as when ~ 122 2, 71 | the act of ~the will bears directly on something else which 123 2, 72 | agent" and the "end" regard directly ~movement and operation: 124 2, 73 | secondly, because sin is directly opposed to ~virtue, as regards 125 2, 73 | still is a sin committed directly against God, e.g. ~unbelief, 126 2, 73 | first, ~principally and directly; that sin, to with, which 127 2, 73 | greatest sin must needs be directly opposed to the greatest ~ 128 2, 73 | difficult good is ~opposed directly to the sin which is about 129 2, 73 | hatred is opposed to it directly, but the hatred of God, ~ 130 2, 73 | harm aggravates the sin directly, ~because then the harm 131 2, 73 | does not ~aggravate the sin directly; but, on account of his 132 2, 73 | other hand, the harm ~follow directly from the sinful act, although 133 2, 73 | intended, it aggravates the sin directly, because whatever is directly ~ 134 2, 73 | directly, because whatever is directly ~consequent to a sin, belongs, 135 2, 73 | yet it aggravates his sin directly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 136 2, 73 | other hand, this ~harm is directly consequent to the sinful 137 2, 73 | because the murderer intends directly to do harm to his neighbors; ~ 138 2, 75 | good, causes the act of sin directly, and the inordinateness 139 2, 75 | efficient or moving cause, both directly ~and indirectly. Indirectly, 140 2, 75 | accidental cause of the second. Directly, as when, by one sinful 141 2, 76 | 2: Further, sin is more directly opposed to grace than to 142 2, 76 | ignorance is voluntary, either ~directly, as when a man wishes of 143 2, 76 | such like ignorance is ~directly and essentially voluntary, 144 2, 76 | being committed, is not directly voluntary, ~but indirectly 145 2, 76 | said to consent to the sin directly, but only ~accidentally; 146 2, 77 | cannot draw or move ~the will directly; but it can do so indirectly, 147 2, 77 | The higher mover is not directly moved by the lower; but, ~ 148 2, 77 | negative: because an act is directly opposed, not to a ~habit, 149 2, 77 | the will ~tends towards it directly; or "in its cause," when 150 2, 77 | is said to be voluntary "directly" or "indirectly"; directly, 151 2, 77 | directly" or "indirectly"; directly, if ~the will tends towards 152 2, 79 | of ~another's sin. First, directly, namely be inclining his 153 2, 79 | hand." Now God cannot be directly the cause ~of sin, either 154 2, 79 | Therefore He cannot be directly the cause of sin. In like 155 2, 79 | that He inclines the will directly to ~good; and to evil, in 156 2, 79 | subordination to God; and so it is directly opposed to the ~Divine goodness; 157 2, 79 | relation - to one thing directly, viz. to the sinner's ~damnation - 158 2, 80 | 1) Whether the devil is directly the cause of sin?~(2) Whether 159 2, 80 | 1/1~Whether the devil is directly the cause of man's sinning?~ 160 2, 80 | would seem that the devil is directly the cause of man's ~sinning. 161 2, 80 | sinning. For sin consists directly in an act of the appetite. 162 2, 80 | Therefore ~the devil is directly the cause of sin.~Aquin.: 163 2, 80 | perfecter of evil." But God is ~directly the cause of our good. Therefore 164 2, 80 | Therefore the devil is directly the cause ~of our sins.~ 165 2, 80 | counsel, and ~consequently is directly the cause of sin.~Aquin.: 166 2, 80 | so that a thing can be directly the ~cause of sin, in the 167 2, 80 | the same way as anyone is directly the cause of an ~action; 168 2, 80 | Consequently nothing can be directly the cause of ~sin, except 169 2, 80 | a ~man's will alone is directly the cause of his sin.~Aquin.: 170 2, 80 | a cause ~of sin, neither directly nor sufficiently, but only 171 2, 80 | to an evil counsel, is ~directly due to the human will, and 172 2, 81 | those things that pertain directly to the ~individual, such 173 2, 82 | from original sin, ~not directly, but indirectly, viz. by 174 2, 82 | Reply OBJ 2: Of itself and directly, i.e. by its own form, one 175 2, 84 | appetite in two ways. First, directly and of its ~very nature: 176 2, 85 | being that the effect is directly intended by ~the cause. 177 2, 87 | the effect of sin, not ~directly but dispositively. Sin, 178 2, 87 | punishment is considered to be directly the effect of sin.~Aquin.: 179 2, 88 | there is a cause which moves directly to the production of the ~ 180 2, 88 | something in two ways. First, directly, and thus it disposes ~to 181 2, 89 | as though they were laid directly upon it, but because they ~ 182 2, 91 | good; and to this, man was ~directly ordained by the Old Law: 183 2, 91 | First, in so far as he directly inclines ~his subjects to 184 2, 96 | certain things are done ~directly for the common good - or 185 2, 100 | brought to bear, falls directly under the precept of the 186 2, 100 | conduct towards others pertain directly to the common good, as also 187 2, 100 | hence precepts bearing directly on these ~virtues are given, 188 2, 102 | altar of incense," which was directly opposite ~the ark; the " 189 2, 102 | not placed in the ~middle directly in front of the propitiatory, 190 2, 114 | led to heaven, they fall ~directly and simply under merit, 191 2, 1 | of faith, which order us directly to eternal life. Such are 192 2, 2 | it belongs properly and directly to the object ~of fortitude, 193 2, 2 | which ~are properly and directly the objects of charity, 194 2, 2 | includes, properly and directly, that thing through which 195 2, 4 | differentiated by ~that which directly pertains to that habit. 196 2, 4 | intellect, that pertains directly to faith, which ~pertains 197 2, 4 | will, does not ~pertain directly to faith, so as to be able 198 2, 8 | things, ~of themselves, come directly under faith, such as the 199 2, 8 | charity, so as to move it directly to some supernatural good; 200 2, 9 | resulting joy correspond ~directly to the gift of wisdom: but 201 2, 11 | Q[2], A[5]), in one way, directly and ~principally, e.g. the 202 2, 11 | should consider what they ~directly intend, and expel them, 203 2, 12 | which is a sin committed ~directly against God, is more grave 204 2, 13 | Again, schism is, seemingly, directly opposed to the Holy Ghost ~ 205 2, 16 | distinct, wherefore love can directly regard the other whom a ~ 206 2, 16 | Therefore hope regards directly one's own good, and ~not 207 2, 18 | himself or in another ~is more directly opposed to that submission 208 2, 18 | poverty corresponds to fear ~directly, and the beatitude of mourning, 209 2, 19 | root in two ways: first, ~directly and on the part of the virtue 210 2, 19 | imply aversion from God directly and principally. Now every ~ 211 2, 19 | obstacle, it follows that, more directly, ~hope gives birth to joy, 212 2, 20 | sin of despair, ~which is directly opposed to hope. Therefore 213 2, 20 | presumption ~also is more directly opposed to hope.~Aquin.: 214 2, 20 | And since things are more directly opposed when they belong ~ 215 2, 20 | that presumption is more directly opposed to hope than to 216 2, 20 | Hence ~presumption is more directly opposed to hope than to 217 2, 20 | presumption seems to arise directly ~from pride, as though man 218 2, 23 | mortal sin, for act ~is directly contrary, not to habit but 219 2, 23 | lost in two ways; first, directly, by actual ~contempt, and, 220 2, 23 | sin, but only such as ~is directly contrary to the Divine will; 221 2, 24 | a second is that which directly partakes of happiness, namely ~ 222 2, 24 | the body does not reach ~directly, but only by a kind of overflow. 223 2, 28 | is the work of charity ~directly, since charity, according 224 2, 28 | Him, as ~conducing more directly to our neighbor's well-being, 225 2, 32 | voluntary aversion from God is directly implied in the hatred ~of 226 2, 32 | just as ~the will cleaves directly to what it loves, so does 227 2, 32 | what it loves, so does it directly shun what ~it hates. Hence 228 2, 32 | man hates God, his will is directly averted from ~God, whereas 229 2, 32 | turns away ~from God, not directly, but indirectly, in so far, 230 2, 32 | capital sin. For hatred is ~directly opposed to charity. Now 231 2, 32 | However it arises more directly from envy, which looks upon 232 2, 34 | different reasons. For it ~is directly contrary to pity, their 233 2, 34 | another's misfortune" is not directly the same as envy, but is 234 2, 35 | discord in two ~ways: first, directly; secondly, accidentally. 235 2, 35 | intention. Wherefore a man directly disaccords with his neighbor, 236 2, 36 | this way, it does so not directly ~but accidentally, in which 237 2, 37 | of schism is one that is directly and essentially ~opposed 238 2, 37 | opposed essentially and directly. For heresy is ~essentially 239 2, 39 | vainglory properly and directly.~ 240 2, 41 | another's sin ~in two ways, directly and accidentally. Directly, 241 2, 41 | directly and accidentally. Directly, when a man either ~intends, 242 2, 41 | understood in two ways, ~directly and accidently. The scandal 243 2, 41 | his neighbor, and it ~is directly opposed to fraternal correction, 244 2, 44 | For seemingly ~unwisdom is directly opposed to wisdom. But folly 245 2, 45 | manifest that prudence belongs ~directly to the cognitive, and not 246 2, 45 | rational faculty which directly regards the universal, just 247 2, 45 | prudence is not ~taken away directly by forgetfulness, but rather 248 2, 49 | this in two ways. First ~directly, on the part of the cognitive 249 2, 50 | gift of knowledge does not directly correspond to ~prudence, 250 2, 50 | corresponds ~to prudence directly, because it is concerned 251 2, 51 | Hence precipitation is more directly opposed to ~rectitude of 252 2, 52 | answer that, Negligence is directly opposed to solicitude. Now ~ 253 2, 52 | though ~negligence were directly opposed to fear, but because 254 2, 53 | these vices do not arise directly from lust. When the ~Philosopher 255 2, 53 | and guile, do not arise directly from pride, but rather from ~ 256 2, 54 | include a precept ~relating directly to prudence. And yet all 257 2, 54 | and its parts which are directly opposed to ~prudence are 258 2, 54 | precepts about the ~vices directly opposed to prudence.~Aquin.: 259 2, 56 | the parts of the soul, not directly but by a kind ~of diffusion.~ 260 2, 57 | does an unjust thing, not directly, but ~only indirectly, and, 261 2, 58 | suspicion: this pertains directly to injustice, and consequently ~ 262 2, 58 | judgment of ~suspicion pertains directly to injustice when it is 263 2, 60 | This happens in two ways, directly ~and indirectly. Directly, 264 2, 60 | directly ~and indirectly. Directly, when a man induces another 265 2, 62 | what is not actually and directly voluntary ~and intended, 266 2, 64 | because violence is ~more directly opposed to the will than 267 2, 68 | evidence which he gives is not directly an ~intentionally, but accidentally 268 2, 70 | reviling does not arise directly from pride. ~Nevertheless 269 2, 71 | him, so that he injures directly, not his honor but his good 270 2, 71 | This is ~done sometimes directly, sometimes indirectly. Directly, 271 2, 71 | directly, sometimes indirectly. Directly, in four ways: ~first, by 272 2, 71 | happens in two ways. First, directly, ~when, to wit, one man 273 2, 72 | than to do what conduces directly to ~enmity.~Aquin.: SMT 274 2, 72 | friendship seems to act more directly against this ~precept. Hence 275 2, 73 | appearing in the acts of others, directly pluck them up with ~the 276 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 4: Omission is directly opposed to justice, as stated 277 2, 79 | far as its actions are ~directly and immediately ordered 278 2, 79 | which is most important and ~directly intended in the worship 279 2, 80 | a nature to cause sorrow directly (when one ~thinks over one' 280 2, 81 | is beatitude: in one way, directly and ~principally, according 281 2, 81 | First, ~there is sin, which directly excludes a man from the 282 2, 83 | offer a sacrifice to God, ~directly when we offer our possession 283 2, 86 | Table, since these aim directly at the love of God, which 284 2, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Food is directly ordered to the upkeep of 285 2, 86 | hand sexual intercourse is directly ordered to ~the upkeep not 286 2, 87 | a dispensation would be directly contrary to the Divine ~ 287 2, 92 | seemingly, a man acts more directly against God by blaspheming, 288 2, 95 | consider: (1) Vices pertaining directly to irreverence for God; ( 289 2, 95 | Wherefore whatever pertains directly to ~irreverence for God 290 2, 95 | follow that to tempt God is directly opposed to the truth.~Aquin.: 291 2, 96 | is false. Hence falsehood directly annuls the end of ~an oath: 292 2, 102 | OBJ 4: Reverence regards directly the person that excels: ~ 293 2, 102 | divine will, which pertains directly to obedience, they could 294 2, 103 | In like manner a sin that directly involves contempt of God, ~ 295 2, 103 | of those goods which lead directly to repentance ~and the remission 296 2, 107 | their species from what ~is directly intended, and not from that 297 2, 107 | virtue of truth, as something directly intended: although it may ~ 298 2, 107 | the intention, not indeed directly (since this belongs to every 299 2, 107 | justice, and does not pertain directly to this truth of ~which 300 2, 107 | neither does this truth directly pertain to ~this virtue, 301 2, 108 | seems that ~lying is not directly opposed to the virtue of 302 2, 108 | is evident that ~lying is directly an formally opposed to the 303 2, 109 | covetousness or vainglory is not directly opposed ~to truth, it seems 304 2, 109 | above (A[1]). Now ~a lie is directly opposed to truth. Therefore 305 2, 109 | in two ways, in one way directly, in another way indirectly. ~ 306 2, 109 | article, it follows that it is directly opposed to truth ~whereby 307 2, 109 | 55], AA[3],4,5), the vice directly ~opposed to prudence is 308 2, 109 | injury. Wherefore it belongs directly to simplicity to ~guard 309 2, 113 | regards what is said, but not directly as regards the end. ~Because 310 2, 114 | does not follow that ~it is directly opposed to meekness.~Aquin.: 311 2, 116 | In this way it is a sin directly against one's neighbor, ~ 312 2, 116 | Therefore covetousness is directly opposed to justice and not 313 2, 119 | goodness and benignity may be directly ~ascribed to piety; and 314 2, 120 | witness, ~which is more directly opposed to justice.~Aquin.: 315 2, 121 | occur in battle come to man directly on account of some good, ~ 316 2, 121 | words were aimed by him directly at ~Aristotle.~Aquin.: SMT 317 2, 121 | cause of sorrow, so ~that it directly cooperates with fortitude 318 2, 121 | pleasurable good, to which it is directly ~contrary to withstand danger: 319 2, 124 | is opposed to fortitude directly. But in respect ~of its 320 2, 127 | of the passions, hope is directly opposed to despair, ~because 321 2, 127 | strength of hope. Now, as hope directly ~belongs to magnanimity, 322 2, 127 | to magnanimity, so fear directly regards fortitude. Wherefore 323 2, 128 | Therefore presumption is not directly opposed to magnanimity.~ 324 2, 130 | inordinate desire of glory is directly opposed to magnanimity.~ 325 2, 130 | in two ways. In one way ~directly, either by words, and this 326 2, 131 | Hence ~pusillanimity is directly opposed to magnanimity.~ 327 2, 134 | good more effectively and directly. Now those virtues which 328 2, 134 | good, incline a man more directly to good than those which ~ 329 2, 134 | prudence and justice which directly establish man in good, but 330 2, 134 | caused and preserved them directly, but merely ~because it 331 2, 136 | difficulties and toils: and it is directly ~opposed to this, seemingly, 332 2, 136 | pleasures. Hence pertinacity is directly opposed to ~perseverance.~ 333 2, 139 | Hence, while temperance directly moderates the passions of ~ 334 2, 142 | follow that ~whatever is directly opposed to vice is a virtue, 335 2, 146 | mortal sins are not all directly opposed to the ~precepts 336 2, 146 | accidental. Hence this does not directly affect the gravity of gluttony, ~ 337 2, 148 | but from that ~which is directly intended. In this way drunkenness 338 2, 148 | Wherefore the sins that are directly against God are graver than 339 2, 148 | of drunkenness, which is directly opposed to the good of human 340 2, 150 | of Augustine's expresses directly that ~which is formal in 341 2, 152 | God, since it is not a sin directly against. God, nor as regards 342 2, 152 | that every sin committed directly against human life is ~a 343 2, 152 | grievous than those which are directly against God, and sins ~that 344 2, 152 | a sin against ~God, not directly as though the fornicator 345 2, 152 | parents and children who are directly and ~immediately related 346 2, 152 | related to one another not directly but through their parents: 347 2, 152 | Now sacrilege is committed directly against God, since it is ~ 348 2, 155 | punishment, while it belongs directly to clemency to mitigate ~ 349 2, 155 | punishment, so that clemency directly moderates ~not hatred but 350 2, 155 | opposed to meekness, which is directly concerned with ~the passion 351 2, 155 | Reply OBJ 1: Meekness is not directly opposed to severity; for 352 2, 156 | from evil. It is, however, directly the ~cause of certain special 353 2, 156 | from which it arises more directly, namely displeasure, ~even 354 2, 157 | punishment. Hence cruelty is directly ~opposed to clemency.~Aquin.: 355 2, 157 | exacting punishment, it is more directly opposed to clemency ~than 356 2, 157 | human virtue; wherefore directly opposed to ~it is cruelty 357 2, 157 | bestiality, wherefore it is directly opposed ~not to clemency, 358 2, 157 | may ~say that savagery is directly opposed to the gift of piety.~ 359 2, 159 | thing is first among virtues directly, because it is the first 360 2, 159 | whereby man approaches God ~directly, are greater than humility.~ 361 2, 160 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Pride is directly opposed to the virtue of 362 2, 160 | certain elation, it is more directly opposed to humility, even 363 2, 160 | towards great ~things, is more directly opposed to magnanimity.~ 364 2, 160 | pride, in two ways. First ~directly, through other sins being 365 2, 160 | affective, and this is ~directly hindered by pride, because 366 2, 161 | OBJ 3: Where things are directly subordinate, the first must 367 2, 164 | since the desire to know directly regards ~knowledge, to which 368 2, 165 | ad 2) studiousness is ~directly, not about knowledge itself, 369 2, 167 | making such things, as directly affording others an occasion 370 2, 168 | included an affirmative precept directly ~prescribing the virtue 371 2, 168 | forbidding adultery which is directly opposed thereto.~Aquin.: 372 2, 168 | precepts which tend more directly to the love of God and ~ 373 2, 168 | there is ~not one that is so directly opposed to the love of our 374 2, 168 | Reply OBJ 2: Gluttony is not directly opposed to the love of our ~ 375 2, 170 | unto profit"; and is not directly intended to unite ~man's 376 2, 175 | do not merit this grace directly, but only ~remove the obstacles 377 2, 179 | the moral virtues, belongs directly to the active life, provided 378 2, 180 | the active life does not directly command the contemplative 379 2, 180 | that which pertains more directly to the love of God is ~generically 380 2, 180 | than that which pertains directly to the ~love of our neighbor 381 2, 180 | contemplative life pertains ~directly and immediately to the love 382 2, 180 | the active life is more directly concerned with the love ~ 383 2, 180 | contemplative life pertains directly to the love ~of God; while 384 2, 182 | Now the religious state is directly ~ordered to the love of 385 2, 182 | away all: and this belongs directly to perfection. Hence ~Augustine 386 2, 184 | fasting, and the like, are directly ordained ~for the observance 387 2, 184 | the rule (since this is directly ~contrary to the profession 388 2, 186 | itself to God ~alone belongs directly to the love of God, while 389 2, 186 | neighbor's needs, belongs directly to the love of one's ~neighbor. 390 2, 186 | life are those which are directly ordained to the salvation 391 2, 186 | manner. In one way by helping directly to contemplate, ~namely 392 2, 186 | military service aim more directly at shedding the enemy's 393 3, 12 | and Jesus teaches them directly." Now to teach ~and to be 394 3, 12 | knowledge, which He received directly from ~God. For as His soul 395 3, 35 | because this relation ~regards directly the person.~Aquin.: SMT 396 3, 46 | lessens interior sadness ~directly by fixing the mean, as being 397 3, 46 | not enjoy fruition: not ~directly, indeed, because fruition 398 3, 46 | fruition is not opposed directly to the grief of ~the Passion, 399 3, 47 | first ~instance by acting directly so as to produce the effect; 400 3, 49 | two ways. First of all, directly - namely, inasmuch ~as Christ' 401 3, 51 | same nature as ours. But ~directly after death our bodies begin 402 3, 52 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Directly Christ died His soul went 403 3, 53 | rising. For if He had risen directly after death, ~it might seem 404 3, 55 | consequently His ~Passion could be directly manifested to all. But the 405 3, 55 | Therefore it was manifested directly to some, but not to all.~ 406 3, 55 | yet not so that it was ~directly manifested to all, but only 407 3, 55 | not to be witnessed by men directly, but to be ~proclaimed to 408 3, 63 | character disposes ~the soul directly and proximately to the fulfilling 409 3, 63 | not all the sacraments are directly ordained to the Divine ~ 410 3, 65 | body, in two ways; first, directly [per se], i.e. by acquiring 411 3, 65 | the ~body is perfected "directly," in three ways. First, 412 3, 65 | none of them was instituted directly against ~venial sin. This 413 3, 65 | first which are ~ordained directly to the perfection of the 414 3, 65 | the Christian life, ~not directly, but accidentally, as it 415 3, 72 | above, which is ~translated directly from the works of Dionysius.] 416 3, 72 | the (vital) spirits mount directly from the ~heart to the forehead: 417 3, 74 | shedding of the blood belonged directly to Christ's ~Passion: for 418 3, 76 | Christ is properly and ~directly in this sacrament; such 419 3, 76 | sacrament is terminated directly at the substance of Christ' 420 3, 77 | effected by a substantial form directly, but by means of the active 421 3, 78 | are Christ's words. But directly the words are spoken - " 422 3, 78 | of the bread. Therefore, ~directly these other words are uttered - " 423 3, 78 | because the sense is: "Directly these words are spoken I 424 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Directly the words are uttered for 425 3, 78 | this speech is complete directly those ~words are spoken. 426 3, 78 | must be understood that directly the ~consecration of the 427 3, 79 | two ~ways: first of all directly through the power of the 428 3, 79 | the ~sacrament it produces directly that effect for which it 429 3, 79 | sacrament of Baptism is directly ordained for the ~remission 430 3, 79 | sacrament is not ordained directly to lessen ~the fomes, yet 431 3, 79 | of concupiscence." But it directly strengthens ~man's heart 432 3, 80 | sacramentally by sinners; but that directly ~the body is touched by 433 3, 80 | would cease to be there, directly ~it were touched by a mouse 434 3, 85 | OBJ 4: Although penance is directly a species of justice, yet, 435 3, 86 | against Him. Now an offense is directly opposed to ~grace, since 436 3, 88 | but because they are more directly opposed to the ~favor of 437 3, Note| forward to positions ~which directly contradicted the Master 438 Suppl, 3 | of the soul ~corresponds directly to the past, as sorrow corresponds 439 Suppl, 8 | Extreme Unction is not given directly as a remedy for ~venial 440 Suppl, 10| so that confession is ~directly ordained to the remission 441 Suppl, 11| confession does not extend directly to other ~matters than those 442 Suppl, 12| satisfaction brings back directly ~equality of justice, and 443 Suppl, 16| states, which penance regards directly.~ 444 Suppl, 18| their effect, since each is ~directly ordained against guilt, 445 Suppl, 18| keys. Wherefore God alone ~directly remits guilt, and Baptism 446 Suppl, 18| the remission of guilt, ~directly, but only dispositively [* 447 Suppl, 18| the ~remission of guilt directly, and this is to be granted.~ 448 Suppl, 18| indeed, so as to ~loose it directly. but to bind it indirectly, 449 Suppl, 18| operation extends to ~punishment directly, in both respects, because 450 Suppl, 19| reaches to heaven itself ~directly, by remitting sin and thus 451 Suppl, 19| things which appertain to God directly. The other key reaches to ~ 452 Suppl, 19| reaches to ~heaven, not directly but through the medium of 453 Suppl, 22| is an act of the keys not directly, but ~with respect to the 454 Suppl, 22| excommunication regards grace, not ~directly but consequently, in so 455 Suppl, 23| regards spiritual matters ~directly, and legitimate actions 456 Suppl, 34| But in them it results directly from ~their difference in 457 Suppl, 37| priest exercises a power directly on Christ's body, ~the subdeacon 458 Suppl, 42| words expressive ~of consent directly effect a certain tie which 459 Suppl, 51| of baptism is not caused directly by the ~intention of the 460 Suppl, 51| is caused by the consent directly. ~Hence the comparison fails.~ 461 Suppl, 51| Hence, if ~the woman consent directly to this particular person, 462 Suppl, 51| marriage; but if she intend directly to ~consent to marry the 463 Suppl, 55| distinction of ~degrees is directly and immediately referable 464 Suppl, 55| marriage was affine to me, not directly but accidentally as it ~ 465 Suppl, 56| spiritual ~relationship directly, even as her husband. Secondly, 466 Suppl, 56| cause one another either directly or indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT 467 Suppl, 59| adultery is seemingly more directly opposed to marriage than 468 Suppl, 59| office of nature, more directly than unbelief, it is the 469 Suppl, 60| marriage. ~For adultery is more directly opposed to marriage than 470 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 3: Fornication is directly opposed to the good of marriage, ~ 471 Suppl, 65| hindering the principal ~end directly, it is forbidden by the 472 Suppl, 67| But since divorce is more directly ~incompatible with the signification 473 Suppl, 69| separated soul receives nothing directly from corporeal ~places in 474 Suppl, 71| 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It is directly contrary to justice to take 475 Suppl, 71| other works do, but ~more directly still to that which we pray 476 Suppl, 71| indulgences cannot avail them directly. However, ~they profit secondarily 477 Suppl, 71| also profit the dead, not directly but indirectly, in so far 478 Suppl, 71| clear that they did not directly merit the assistance of 479 Suppl, 71| derived from ~suffrages is not directly and simply an object of 480 Suppl, 73| observed, that is primarily and directly the principle ~of that action, 481 Suppl, 79| opposition to a mirror directly opposite the sun's rays 482 Suppl, 85| judgment will regard more directly the ~generality of men than 483 Suppl, 86| will not regard the angels ~directly, neither as judging nor 484 Suppl, 89| likeness leads to the object directly: ~whereas no likeness can 485 Suppl, 89| of the body in two ~ways, directly and indirectly. A thing 486 Suppl, 89| A thing is perceptible directly if it can ~act directly 487 Suppl, 89| directly if it can ~act directly on the bodily senses. And 488 Suppl, 89| senses. And a thing can act directly either on ~sense as such 489 Suppl, 89| as such. That which acts directly ~in this second way on a 490 Suppl, 89| things that act on sense directly: for instance Socrates; 491 Suppl, 89| province it ~is to know directly this thing known), from 492 Suppl, 89| from that which is sensed ~directly, apprehends them at once 493 Suppl, 89| senses, as that which is seen directly, neither ~here, nor in heaven: 494 Suppl, 91| rejoicing in two ways. First ~directly, when one rejoices in a 495 Suppl, 95| good. Now a will that is directly ordered to ~good is itself 496 Suppl, 95| in two ways: in one way ~directly, in another way indirectly. 497 Suppl, 95| indirectly. He repents of a sin directly who ~hates sin as such: 498 Suppl, 95| not repent of their sins directly, ~because consent in the 499 Appen1, 2| the pains of Purgatory are directly ordained against ~venial


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