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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | science which is one and ~simple, yet extends to everything.~ 2 1, 1 | order that thereby even ~the simple who are unable by themselves 3 1, 3 | and ~because whatever is simple in material things is imperfect 4 1, 3 | way composite, or wholly simple?~(8) Whether He enters into 5 1, 3 | Reply OBJ 1: We can speak of simple things only as though they 6 1, 3 | precisely ~because what is simple and one, can only be represented 7 1, 3 | cannot be a ~subject, for "no simple form can be a subject", 8 1, 3 | Whether God is altogether simple?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[7] 9 1, 3 | that God is not altogether simple. For whatever is from ~God 10 1, 3 | nothing ~is altogether simple. Therefore neither is God 11 1, 3 | neither is God altogether simple.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[7] 12 1, 3 | better than that which is simple; thus, ~chemical compounds 13 1, 3 | compounds are better than simple elements, and animals than 14 1, 3 | that God is ~altogether simple.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[7] 15 1, 3 | is truly and ~absolutely simple."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[ 16 1, 3 | composite, but is altogether ~simple. Secondly, because every 17 1, 3 | composite things are better than simple things, ~because the perfections 18 1, 3 | goodness cannot be found in one simple ~thing, but in many things. 19 1, 3 | goodness is found ~in one simple thing (Q[4], A[1] and Q[ 20 1, 3 | primary matter ~are altogether simple. Therefore they nowise differ 21 1, 3 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Simple things do not differ by 22 1, 4 | not in God. For ~God is simple, as shown above (Q[3], A[ 23 1, 6 | compound. But God is supremely simple; as ~was shown above (Q[ 24 1, 6 | essence. Now ~the essences of simple things are undivided both 25 1, 9 | composition, for He is altogether simple. Hence it is ~manifest that 26 1, 9 | essence ~consisting of the simple and invariable." Therefore 27 1, 10 | alien to eternity ~which is simple. Therefore it is improperly 28 1, 10 | attain to the knowledge of simple things by way of ~compound 29 1, 10 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Simple things are usually defined 30 1, 10 | attain to the knowledge of simple ~things except by removing 31 1, 10 | contrary, Aeviternity is a more simple thing than time, and is ~ 32 1, 10 | which, since it is most simple, ~all other movements are 33 1, 10 | is measured ~by the most simple element of its genus, it 34 1, 10 | thing, which is all the more simple the nearer it is to the ~ 35 1, 10 | all, but that it be more simple than the ~rest.~ 36 1, 11 | Now every being is either simple ~or compound. But what is 37 1, 11 | or compound. But what is simple is undivided, both actually 38 1, 11 | apprehension. For ~we apprehend simple things by compound things; 39 1, 11 | since He is altogether simple, as was shown above ~(Q[ 40 1, 11 | is compound and of others simple.~ 41 1, 12 | from the seer, since God is simple. Therefore ~whoever sees 42 1, 12 | that "reason does not grasp simple ~form." But God is a supremely 43 1, 12 | But God is a supremely simple form, as was shown above ( 44 1, 12 | Reason cannot reach up to simple form, so as to know "what ~ 45 1, 13 | belong to God, since He is simple, nor do abstract names ~ 46 1, 13 | names ~given to signify simple forms, signify a thing not 47 1, 13 | is white. And as God is simple, and subsisting, we ~attribute 48 1, 13 | can apprehend and signify simple subsistences only by way 49 1, 13 | can understand and express simple eternity only by ~way of 50 1, 13 | there corresponds one simple principle represented by 51 1, 13 | corresponds ~one altogether simple principle, according to 52 1, 13 | corresponds to all of them one simple reality represented by them ~ 53 1, 13 | between pure equivocation and simple ~univocation. For in analogies 54 1, 13 | are unable to ~understand simple self-subsisting forms as 55 1, 13 | names given to us to signify simple subsisting natures.~Aquin.: 56 1, 13 | says (De Trin. ii) that "a simple form cannot ~be a subject." 57 1, 13 | God is the most absolutely simple form, as shown (Q[3]~): 58 1, 13 | Himself, is altogether one and simple, ~yet our intellect knows 59 1, 13 | knows that one and the same simple object ~corresponds to its 60 1, 13 | intellect cannot comprehend simple subsisting forms, as ~they 61 1, 13 | Therefore it apprehends the simple form as a subject, and attributes 62 1, 13 | composite, but that He is simple. But taken as ~referring 63 1, 13 | Likewise, when it understands simple things above itself, ~it 64 1, 14 | God knows all these by one simple act of ~knowledge, as will 65 1, 14 | shown (A[7]). Hence the simple knowledge of God can ~be 66 1, 14 | knowledge, not of vision, but of simple ~intelligence. This is so 67 1, 14 | division. This is because simple and indivisible forms are ~ 68 1, 14 | privation. It is ~thus that simple things are known by separate 69 1, 14 | nevertheless God knows both by His simple intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 70 1, 14 | since He is ~altogether simple. Therefore God does not 71 1, 14 | for He knows each thing by simple intelligence, ~by understanding 72 1, 16 | so also with regard to simple ~things; and this is true 73 1, 16 | vi) that with regard to ~simple things and "what a thing 74 1, 16 | nor division, yet in His simple act of intelligence He judges ~ 75 1, 17 | false in its knowledge of simple essences; but it ~is either 76 1, 19 | the divine will is one and simple, as willing ~the many only 77 1, 19 | such things depend on the simple will of ~God; but the others 78 1, 20 | place in God, since He is simple. ~Therefore love does not 79 1, 20 | operation that is one and simple," and for the same reason 80 1, 20 | of the will that is one, simple, and always the same. In ~ 81 1, 23 | another, depends upon the ~simple will of God; as from the 82 1, 23 | will of God; as from the simple will of the artificer it 83 1, 27 | understands all things by one simple act; and by one act also 84 1, 29 | may say that fire is a ~simple, hot, and dry body: for 85 1, 29 | Boethius says ~(De Trin.): "A simple form cannot be a subject." 86 1, 29 | this term ~to deceive the simple, to make people profess 87 1, 30 | OBJ 4: Number is twofold, simple or absolute, as two and 88 1, 30 | are more perfect and more ~simple, have fewer intrinsic operations 89 1, 30 | determinate number, if taken as a simple number, existing ~in the 90 1, 32 | divine persons are supremely simple. ~Therefore we are not to 91 1, 32 | abstract terms to signify simple forms; and to ~signify subsistent 92 1, 32 | Although the persons are simple, still without prejudice 93 1, 33 | Father; for primary and simple things are ~notified by 94 1, 39 | A[2]), which, indeed, is simple and supremely ~one, as shown 95 1, 40 | distinguished by the ~relations. For simple things are distinct by themselves. 96 1, 40 | the persons ~are supremely simple. Therefore they are distinguished 97 1, 41 | wills all things by one simple act. Wherefore there can ~ 98 1, 45 | things, ~whether they are simple things, as in the case of 99 1, 47 | goodness, which in God ~is simple and uniform, in creatures 100 1, 48 | Evil is distant both from simple being and from simple ~" 101 1, 48 | from simple being and from simple ~"not-being," because it 102 1, 50 | says (De Trin.) that "a simple form cannot be a subject": ~ 103 1, 54 | nature has infinity, either ~simple or relative. As an example 104 1, 54 | relative. As an example of simple infinity, we have the act " 105 1, 54 | call it accident. But "a simple form cannot ~be a subject," 106 1, 54 | an angel would not ~be a simple form, which is contrary 107 1, 54 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A simple form which is pure act cannot 108 1, 54 | Boethius speaking there. ~But a simple form which is not its own 109 1, 54 | individuation. And such a simple form is an angel.~Aquin.: 110 1, 57 | supersubstantially in respect of His simple Being ~itself, as Dionysius 111 1, 57 | representations of that one simple essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 112 1, 57 | eternity, which, being ~simple, is present to all time, 113 1, 58 | divine ~concepts." But a simple intelligence is without 114 1, 58 | apprehending a ~nature, he by one simple perception grasps all that 115 1, 58 | for error in understanding simple quiddities, ~as is stated 116 1, 59 | because the intellect knows by simple intuition, while reason ~ 117 1, 59 | nature. For an angel is more simple than a natural ~body. But 118 1, 59 | so far as they express a simple act of the ~will, they are 119 1, 64 | however, as they denote simple acts of the will, they can 120 1, 64 | because sorrow, ~as denoting a simple act of the will, is nothing 121 1, 64 | as sorrow ~and joy imply simple acts of the will; because, 122 1, 66 | corruption, not pure and simple, but ~partial, since a being 123 1, 68 | but ~being as it were a simple element. Such was the opinion 124 1, 75 | vi, 6) that the soul "is ~simple in comparison with the body, 125 1, 75 | vii), "Angelic minds ~have simple and blessed intelligence, 126 1, 76 | be more abstract or more simple than the essence from which ~ 127 1, 76 | soul there would not be simple generation; nor at its ~ 128 1, 76 | generation; nor at its ~removal simple corruption, all of which 129 1, 76 | such a body, and not ~to a simple element, or to a mixed body, 130 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, " a simple form cannot be a subject." 131 1, 77 | subject." But the soul is a ~simple form; since it is not composed 132 1, 77 | But in ~God there is one simple power: and therefore also 133 1, 77 | do not proceed from one simple thing. But ~the essence 134 1, 77 | essence of the soul is one and simple. Since, therefore, the powers ~ 135 1, 77 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: From one simple thing many things may proceed 136 1, 39 | A[2]), which, indeed, is simple and supremely ~one, as shown 137 1, 40 | distinguished by the ~relations. For simple things are distinct by themselves. 138 1, 40 | the persons ~are supremely simple. Therefore they are distinguished 139 1, 41 | wills all things by one simple act. Wherefore there can ~ 140 1, 46 | things, ~whether they are simple things, as in the case of 141 1, 48 | goodness, which in God ~is simple and uniform, in creatures 142 1, 49 | Evil is distant both from simple being and from simple ~" 143 1, 49 | from simple being and from simple ~"not-being," because it 144 1, 51 | says (De Trin.) that "a simple form cannot be a subject": ~ 145 1, 55 | nature has infinity, either ~simple or relative. As an example 146 1, 55 | relative. As an example of simple infinity, we have the act " 147 1, 55 | call it accident. But "a simple form cannot ~be a subject," 148 1, 55 | an angel would not ~be a simple form, which is contrary 149 1, 55 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A simple form which is pure act cannot 150 1, 55 | Boethius speaking there. ~But a simple form which is not its own 151 1, 55 | individuation. And such a simple form is an angel.~Aquin.: 152 1, 58 | supersubstantially in respect of His simple Being ~itself, as Dionysius 153 1, 58 | representations of that one simple essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 154 1, 58 | eternity, which, being ~simple, is present to all time, 155 1, 59 | divine ~concepts." But a simple intelligence is without 156 1, 59 | apprehending a ~nature, he by one simple perception grasps all that 157 1, 59 | for error in understanding simple quiddities, ~as is stated 158 1, 60 | because the intellect knows by simple intuition, while reason ~ 159 1, 60 | nature. For an angel is more simple than a natural ~body. But 160 1, 60 | so far as they express a simple act of the ~will, they are 161 1, 65 | however, as they denote simple acts of the will, they can 162 1, 65 | because sorrow, ~as denoting a simple act of the will, is nothing 163 1, 65 | as sorrow ~and joy imply simple acts of the will; because, 164 1, 67 | corruption, not pure and simple, but ~partial, since a being 165 1, 69 | but ~being as it were a simple element. Such was the opinion 166 1, 74 | vi, 6) that the soul "is ~simple in comparison with the body, 167 1, 74 | vii), "Angelic minds ~have simple and blessed intelligence, 168 1, 75 | be more abstract or more simple than the essence from which ~ 169 1, 75 | soul there would not be simple generation; nor at its ~ 170 1, 75 | generation; nor at its ~removal simple corruption, all of which 171 1, 75 | such a body, and not ~to a simple element, or to a mixed body, 172 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, " a simple form cannot be a subject." 173 1, 76 | subject." But the soul is a ~simple form; since it is not composed 174 1, 76 | But in ~God there is one simple power: and therefore also 175 1, 76 | do not proceed from one simple thing. But ~the essence 176 1, 76 | essence of the soul is one and simple. Since, therefore, the powers ~ 177 1, 76 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: From one simple thing many things may proceed 178 1, 77 | such quality ~belongs to a simple body or results from complexity. 179 1, 81 | of the intellect is ~more simple and more absolute than the 180 1, 81 | the will. Now the more simple and the more abstract a 181 1, 81 | way, as far as they are simple affections without ~passion 182 1, 82 | understanding" implies the simple acceptation of something; 183 1, 82 | appetite to "will" implies the simple appetite ~for something: 184 1, 84 | therefrom. Secondly, by way ~of simple and absolute consideration; 185 1, 84 | composition precedes the simple in relation to us. ~But 186 1, 84 | universals are the more simple. Therefore they are known 187 1, 84 | but by understanding the simple essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 188 1, 84 | animal." Hence as regards simple ~objects not subject to 189 1, 84 | because "the intellect is ~simple" (De Anima iii, 4). Therefore 190 1, 87 | composite things ~through simple, nor incorporeal through 191 1, 88 | light, which is one and simple in its first principle, 192 1, 88 | angel, for an angel is more simple than a ~soul. Therefore 193 1, 88 | above ~all as regards simple intelligence of "what a 194 1, 89 | 75], A[5]), the soul is a simple ~form. But a form is an 195 1, 89 | Although the soul is a simple form in its essence, yet 196 1, 89 | diverse do not differ. For simple things are diverse; yet ~ 197 1, 89 | Reply OBJ 1: The soul's simple essence is as the material 198 1, 90 | but as "united in one ~simple whole," as Dionysius says ( 199 1, 107 | name of an angel; because simple intelligence belongs to 200 1, 114 | active cause, which is most simple. ~Therefore no bodies are 201 1, 117 | proper to ~it. And since a simple and subsistent thing cannot 202 2, 8 | a power, designates the simple act of that power: thus " 203 2, 8 | understand" designates the simple act of the understanding. 204 2, 8 | understanding. Now the ~simple act of a power is referred 205 2, 8 | will in reference to the ~simple act of the will; not in 206 2, 14 | matters much more absolute and simple, so that one man ~by himself 207 2, 14 | synthesis, viz. from the simple to ~the composite. Therefore 208 2, 14 | synthetically, since causes are more simple than effects. But ~if that 209 2, 14 | analysis we trace to their simple causes. Now the principle 210 2, 15 | nature of consent, but of simple volition. ~But as to those 211 2, 19 | thing is first, the more ~simple it is, and the fewer the 212 2, 19 | thus ~primary bodies are simple. Hence it is to be observed 213 2, 19 | genus, are, in some way, simple and consist of one ~principle. 214 2, 20 | punishment, if ~a man through simple involuntariness fail to 215 2, 22 | appetite, they signify ~simple acts of the will having 216 2, 24 | sensitive appetite, while the simple movements of the will are 217 2, 31 | appetite, but according to simple movement: for thus it is ~ 218 2, 31 | that "God rejoices by one simple act": and Dionysius says 219 2, 46 | contrariety, except that of the simple colors from which they are 220 2, 46 | good and evil: by way of a simple ~and incomplex object, when 221 2, 49 | operation. Wherefore the simple ~qualities of the elements 222 2, 49 | dispositions or habits, but "simple ~qualities": but we call 223 2, 50 | Since, therefore, angels are simple substances, it seems that ~ 224 2, 50 | but rather are they like simple and immaterial images which ~ 225 2, 52 | result of a change in the ~simple qualities, which are not 226 2, 53 | diminish. Because a habit is a ~simple quality and form. Now a 227 2, 53 | quality and form. Now a simple thing is possessed either 228 2, 53 | considered in itself, is a simple form. It is not ~thus that 229 2, 54 | 2: Further, a power is a simple force. Now in one simple 230 2, 54 | simple force. Now in one simple subject ~there cannot be 231 2, 54 | effects can proceed ~from one simple cause. Therefore there cannot 232 2, 54 | OBJ 2: Although a power is simple as to its essence, it is ~ 233 2, 54 | since it is a quality, is a simple form. But ~nothing simple 234 2, 54 | simple form. But ~nothing simple is made up of many. Therefore 235 2, 54 | it is ~that a habit is a simple quality, not composed to 236 2, 58 | Hence those who seem to be simple, through lack of worldly ~ 237 2, 58 | wise'] as serpents, and simple as doves."~Aquin.: SMT FS 238 2, 67 | the contrary, Faith is a simple habit. Now a simple thing 239 2, 67 | is a simple habit. Now a simple thing is either ~withdrawn 240 2, 73 | privation. For there is a simple ~and pure privation, which 241 2, 73 | privation which is not simple, but retains something of 242 2, 74 | murder is more grievous than simple ~fornication. Now it is 243 2, 74 | has a twofold act, viz. simple ~"intuition," and "deliberation," 244 2, 74 | object. But in respect of simple intuition, ~it can have 245 2, 74 | In matters of action, the simple intuition of the ~principles 246 2, 75 | these suffices to cause a simple negation. But, since ~the 247 2, 75 | and of every evil is not a simple negation, but ~the privation 248 2, 78 | Ignorance sometimes excludes the simple knowledge that a ~particular 249 2, 78 | particular good, but not the simple knowledge ~that it is an 250 2, 78 | the habit thereof is not a simple ~but a relative evil.~Aquin.: 251 2, 88 | anyone being ignorant that simple fornication is a ~mortal 252 2, 102 | soil savors rather of a ~simple life; whereas the eating 253 2, 102 | His people back to a more simple way of living, forbade them 254 2, 109 | spiritual, are reduced to the simple First Mover, Who is God. 255 2, 112 | the Divine act, which is simple and uniform; and thus His 256 2, 112 | equally to all, since by one simple act He administers great 257 2, 113 | in two ways: first, by ~simple generation, which is from 258 2, 114 | But where there is no ~simple right, but only relative, 259 2, 114 | But the relative, not the simple, good of man is what is 260 2, 1 | that "faith is about the ~simple and everlasting truth." 261 2, 1 | First Truth is something simple. Therefore ~the object of 262 2, 1 | heavenly vision is something simple, for it is the Divine Essence. ~ 263 2, 1 | Hence ~things that are simple in themselves, are known 264 2, 1 | object of faith ~is something simple, namely the thing itself 265 2, 1 | proposition but by way of a ~simple understanding. On the other 266 2, 2 | ix, text. 22) "to know simple things defectively is not 267 2, 2 | not ~bound to believe. But simple reasons are sometimes tested 268 2, 2 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the simple are bound to have, not explicit 269 2, 2 | Therefore it seems that the simple should also have explicit 270 2, 2 | passage ~(Moral. ii, 17), the simple, who are signified by the 271 2, 2 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Simple persons should not be put 272 2, 2 | to corrupt the faith of simple people in such ~questions. 273 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The simple have no faith implied in 274 2, 2 | not harm the faith of the simple ones, who think that the 275 2, 2 | believe aright; unless the simple hold obstinately to their 276 2, 2 | learned ~explicitly, while the simple folk, under the veil of 277 2, 2 | revealed, both learned and simple folk are bound to ~explicit 278 2, 2 | veil, ~so to speak, by the simple, so too was it with the 279 2, 3 | Therefore it seems that the simple folk are ~not bound to confess 280 2, 5 | object of faith is one and ~simple, namely the First Truth, 281 2, 9 | discursive process, by simple intuition, as was stated 282 2, 9 | argumentative, but ~absolute and simple, to which that knowledge 283 2, 10 | and firm in the faith, or simple and wavering. ~As to those 284 2, 10 | errors; since in this way simple people are ~strengthened 285 2, 10 | faith, ~in the presence of simple people, whose faith for 286 2, 10 | doing. But in the case of simple people and those who ~are 287 2, 23 | the contrary, Charity is a simple form. Now nothing greater 288 2, 23 | from the addition of one simple thing to another, as proved 289 2, 23 | and this is more than a ~simple addition of charity, since 290 2, 26 | other hand, goodwill is a simple act of the will, whereby 291 2, 31 | erring ~brother by means of a simple warning: such like correction 292 2, 31 | coercive power, but not with simple ~fraternal correction.~Aquin.: 293 2, 47 | illustrations or images, is ~that simple and spiritual impressions 294 2, 47 | comprehend the truth by their simple insight, as do God and the ~ 295 2, 49 | of man, who is unable by simple insight to comprehend with ~ 296 2, 50 | doubt; whereas there is simple nescience in ~the mind of 297 2, 51 | this ~would be a case of simple avarice. Hence the lack 298 2, 62 | nobody may lawfully commit simple fornication or adultery ~ 299 2, 67 | are sins, as, for example, simple fornication; ~because human 300 2, 71 | Wherefore this is not simple backbiting but blasphemy.~ 301 2, 74 | speaking which is by way ~of simple assertion of evil, and consider 302 2, 77 | contrary than from its simple negation; thus black is 303 2, 80 | hindrance to devotion; while in simple souls and women devotion 304 2, 86 | xii, de pollicitat., i] a simple promise made to a man is 305 2, 86 | less binding therefore is a simple promise made ~to God, which 306 2, 86 | binding with ~God than a simple vow, and he who breaks a 307 2, 86 | When it is said that a simple vow is no less binding than 308 2, 86 | vows are of two kinds, simple and solemn. And since, as 309 2, 86 | Church's dispensation. Now a simple vow takes its ~efficacy 310 2, 86 | themselves by religious vows, ~simple or solemn, without the consent 311 2, 87 | are of two kinds: one is a simple contestation of God, as ~ 312 2, 87 | oath. One is uttered a simple contestation or calling 313 2, 87 | It is not the same with a simple assertion, and with an ~ 314 2, 87 | than a vow. A vow is a ~simple promise: whereas an oath 315 2, 102 | or ~inferred, namely, a simple word of the superior, indicating 316 2, 151 | of action. First there is simple ~understanding, which apprehends 317 2, 152 | lust divided?~(2) Whether simple fornication is a mortal 318 2, 152 | assigned to lust, ~namely, "simple fornication, adultery, incest, 319 2, 152 | adultery does not differ from ~simple fornication, save in the 320 2, 152 | child when born, there is "simple fornication," which ~is 321 2, 152 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether simple fornication is a mortal 322 2, 152 | OBJ 1: It would seem that simple fornication is not a mortal 323 2, 152 | without ~disapprobation. Yet simple fornication is mentioned 324 2, 152 | to be a harlot. Therefore simple fornication is not a mortal 325 2, 152 | contrary to charity. But simple ~fornication is not contrary 326 2, 152 | one is injured. Therefore simple ~fornication is not a mortal 327 2, 152 | to eternal perdition. But simple ~fornication has not this 328 2, 152 | will not perish." Therefore simple fornication is not a ~mortal 329 2, 152 | seem to apply especially to simple fornication, which is the 330 2, 152 | kingdom of God." Therefore simple ~fornication is a mortal 331 2, 152 | criminal offenses." Therefore simple fornication is a criminal 332 2, 152 | Without any doubt we must hold simple fornication to be a ~mortal 333 2, 152 | life is ~a mortal sin. Now simple fornication implies an inordinateness 334 2, 152 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Simple fornication is contrary 335 2, 152 | Hence seduction is not simple fornication, ~since the 336 2, 152 | person besides. ~Wherefore simple fornication, which is committed 337 2, 156 | ways. In one way, as a ~simple movement of the will, whereby 338 2, 156 | is ~cause not only of the simple movement of the will but 339 2, 161 | adultery is a ~graver sin than simple fornication. The other gravity 340 2, 170 | prophecy in its proper and ~simple acceptation.~Aquin.: SMT 341 2, 178 | perceives the truth by ~simple apprehension, whereas man 342 2, 178 | arrives at the perception of a simple ~truth by a process from 343 2, 178 | person ~intends to gather one simple truth. Hence cogitation 344 2, 178 | contemplation" regards the simple act of ~gazing on the truth; 345 2, 178 | of light," i.e. to the simple knowledge of the intelligible 346 2, 178 | from ~external things to simple contemplation." Further, 347 2, 178 | not ~discursively, but by simple intuition. On the other 348 2, 178 | soul's operations to the simple contemplation of the ~intelligible 349 2, 178 | contemplation of the one simple truth. In this ~operation 350 2, 178 | principles which we know by simple ~intuition. Afterwards these 351 2, 181 | perfection, which in God is ~simple and uniform, is not to be 352 2, 182 | or parish, and accept a simple prebend without ~cure, which 353 2, 182 | others are appointed by simple ~commission, so too in the 354 2, 182 | priest receives ~his cure by simple appointment; although they 355 2, 185 | deputed by the bishop to a simple ~priest. In this sense it 356 2, 186 | is ~more excellent than simple contemplation. For even 357 2, 187 | nourished with the ~milk of simple doctrine while we progress; 358 2, 187 | is to ~say, we pass from simple doctrine, by which we are 359 2, 187 | proves. The other is the simple vow which ~does not make 360 2, 187 | made, not a solemn, but a simple vow. Hence ~he was not a 361 2, 187 | not required before the simple vow ~whereby a man binds 362 2, 187 | is ~twofold. One is the simple vow consisting in a mere 363 2, 187 | Secondly, the efficacy of a simple ~vow encounters an obstacle, 364 2, 187 | puberty a child makes a simple ~vow, not yet having full 365 2, 187 | is more binding than the simple vow whereby a person is 366 2, 187 | order. For if after taking a simple vow a person were to be ~ 367 2, 187 | is not bound to fulfil a simple vow he has taken on entering ~ 368 3, 1 | apart; ~since God is most simple, and flesh is most composite - 369 3, 2 | the Nature of the Word is simple, as was shown above (FP, 370 3, 2 | and thus it is altogether simple, even as ~the Nature of 371 3, 6 | like to God, Who is most simple, than the whole. Therefore 372 3, 6 | Reply OBJ 2: God is so simple that He is also most perfect; 373 3, 10 | which He is ~said to know by simple intelligence, as was shown 374 3, 10 | Himself by ~knowledge of simple intelligence; and thus in 375 3, 10 | by a certain knowledge of simple intelligence, and ~not by 376 3, 10 | things by the ~knowledge of simple intelligence; yet God knows 377 3, 13 | nature of the thing, as in simple things; or is the constituent 378 3, 13 | knows by the knowledge of simple intelligence; although it ~ 379 3, 15 | experience; but He knew it by simple cognition.~Aquin.: SMT TP 380 3, 16 | has not a personal but a simple supposition. For although " 381 3, 16 | creature in God? For God has a simple not a composite ~Nature." 382 3, 18 | Damascene {thelesis} - i.e. simple will, and by the masters " 383 3, 18 | regards the means. And thus simple will is the same as ~the " 384 3, 21 | A[2]); or also ~of His simple will, considered as a nature; 385 3, 21 | sensuality, or even of the simple will, which is ~considered 386 3, 24 | that which depends on the simple will of God has no ~other 387 3, 24 | predestination depends on the simple ~will of God, for it is 388 3, 36 | powerful; the ~shepherds simple and lowly. He was also made 389 3, 37 | pigeon is a gentle and simple animal, and therefore signifies 390 3, 39 | dove is an animal of a ~simple character, void of cunning 391 3, 39 | said (Mt. ~10:16): "Be ye simple as doves."~Aquin.: SMT TP 392 3, 44 | infused wisdom into the simple minds of His disciples: 393 3, 44 | had been unlettered and simple spoke with such wisdom and ~ 394 3, 51 | burial on the one hand was simple, because ~"Joseph wrapped 395 3, 65 | human life. And this is simple ~necessity of end. Secondly, 396 3, 65 | journey. But this is not simple necessity of end.~Aquin.: 397 3, 66 | of the faithful. Because simple and ~unlettered folk need 398 3, 68 | they corrupt the faith of simple people, if they be not ~ 399 3, 72 | matter, in ~Baptism, is a simple element, viz. water. Therefore 400 3, 72 | received ~simply; wherefore simple matter is fitting to it. 401 3, 72 | sacrament does ~not. But a simple priest, in virtue of his 402 3, 72 | of the imagination. But a simple priest can anoint the baptized 403 3, 72 | Blessed Gregory, allowed simple priests to confer this ~ 404 3, 75 | of communication is not simple bread, but is ~united to 405 3, 78 | aforesaid words are not simple, but composed of ~many; 406 3, 78 | hence it must be done by a simple power. Therefore it is not 407 3, 78 | before. And this power is simple by reason of the ~thing 408 3, 78 | Baptism are ordained to one simple effect, and ~therefore there 409 3, 79 | bread of ~communion is not simple bread but bread united with 410 3, 80 | not as a sacrament, but as simple food. ~Unless perchance 411 3, 80 | fornication were to deem simple fornication not to be a 412 3, 84 | joy and sorrow as being simple acts of the will, to which 413 3, 88 | subsequent sin may be one of simple fornication, while the previous 414 3, 90 | Divine power is one and simple. Therefore Penance, ~being 415 3, 90 | is a habit, which is a ~simple quality of the mind. In 416 3, 90 | Every sacrament is something simple by reason of the Divine ~ 417 3, 90 | external thing, ~either simple, as water or oil, or compound, 418 Suppl, 9 | requisite for confession:~Simple, humble, pure, faithful,~ 419 Suppl, 9 | respect it is said ~to be "simple" indicating that the penitent 420 Suppl, 9 | cleansed: but the condition "simple" excludes the ~introduction 421 Suppl, 10| are ~sinful, and certain simple people, would be absolved 422 Suppl, 20| excommunication, from which a ~simple priest cannot absolve. Therefore 423 Suppl, 20| inferior; otherwise any ~simple priest who has jurisdiction 424 Suppl, 20| are five cases in which a simple priest must refer his penitent 425 Suppl, 20| Although the bishop whom a simple priest absolves is his ~ 426 Suppl, 38| virtue of his commission a simple priest can confer the ~minor 427 Suppl, 38| greater than that of a simple priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 428 Suppl, 40| bishop has an Order which a simple priest has not; ~and thus 429 Suppl, 40| Church. Again, between a simple bishop and ~the Pope there 430 Suppl, 40| Much more therefore should simple priests use them.~Aquin.: 431 Suppl, 46| consent to marry a woman by a simple ~affirmation expressed in 432 Suppl, 46| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the simple uttering of words relating 433 Suppl, 53| of inquiry:~(1) Whether a simple vow is a diriment impediment 434 Suppl, 53| by the obligation ~of a simple vow?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] 435 Suppl, 53| annulled by the obligation of a simple vow. For the stronger tie 436 Suppl, 53| Yet he who has taken a simple vow of chastity can never 437 Suppl, 53| without sin. Therefore a simple vow annuls ~marriage. The 438 Suppl, 53| to marry after taking a simple vow of continence, since ~ 439 Suppl, 53| But he who has taken a simple vow of ~continence can never 440 Suppl, 53| cler. vel vovent.) that a "simple vow is an impediment to 441 Suppl, 53| promised it. Since then a simple vow contains merely a simple ~ 442 Suppl, 53| simple vow contains merely a simple ~promise of one's body to 443 Suppl, 53| over his own body after a simple vow, and ~consequently can 444 Suppl, 53| indissoluble. ~Therefore although a simple vow is an impediment to 445 Suppl, 53| to marry after taking a simple vow of ~continence, yet 446 Suppl, 53| is ~a stronger tie than a simple vow, since by marriage a 447 Suppl, 53| of his wife, but not by a simple vow as ~explained above: 448 Suppl, 53| position. In ~this respect a simple vow binds in the same way 449 Suppl, 53| annulled on account of a simple vow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] 450 Suppl, 53| forbidding marriage after ~a simple vow has not this effect, 451 Suppl, 53| OBJ 3: If after taking a simple vow a man contract marriage 452 Suppl, 53| vovent.) "in God's sight a simple vow is no less binding than 453 Suppl, 53| acceptance. Therefore since a simple vow does not dissolve marriage, ~ 454 Suppl, 53| add the same force to a simple vow ~as an oath does. Now 455 Suppl, 53| as an oath does. Now a simple vow, even though an oath 456 Suppl, 53| solemn vow has nothing that a simple vow cannot have. ~For a 457 Suppl, 53| vow cannot have. ~For a simple vow may give rise to scandal 458 Suppl, 53| and should ordain that a simple vow ~dissolves a marriage 459 Suppl, 53| for the same reason that a simple vow does not ~dissolve a 460 Suppl, 53| is futile, because even a simple vow ~sometimes leads to 461 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A simple vow is said to be no less 462 Suppl, 53| because he who breaks a simple vow ~commits a mortal sin 463 Suppl, 53| certain things to which a simple vow does not bind.~Aquin.: 464 Suppl, 53| of one's body, ~whereas a simple vow does not, as stated 465 Suppl, 53| however, if he had taken a simple vow. On the other hand, ~ 466 Suppl, 57| imperfectly, and is called ~"simple adoption," and by this the 467 Suppl, 61| time ~fixed by law, as of a simple vow. Wherefore just as when 468 Suppl, 61| the husband has ~taken a simple vow his wife is not bound 469 Suppl, 62| same sinful character as in simple ~fornication, and something 470 Suppl, 62| sins more grievously in simple fornication than a woman, ~ 471 Suppl, 62| it is more grievous than simple ~fornication, it follows 472 Suppl, 65| the heathens. Therefore simple fornication which ~is intercourse 473 Suppl, 65| lie is a greater sin than simple fornication: and ~a proof 474 Suppl, 65| sin. ~Neither therefore is simple fornication.~Aquin.: SMT 475 Suppl, 65| mortal sins, neither is simple fornication a ~mortal sin.~ 476 Suppl, 65| Cor. ~6:9,10). Therefore simple fornication is a mortal 477 Suppl, 65| there can be no doubt that simple fornication by its very 478 Suppl, 70| namely in so far as ~it is a simple movement of the will. In 479 Suppl, 70| that "God's joy is one simple delight."~Aquin.: SMT XP 480 Suppl, 72| noble than the form of a simple body. Therefore it would 481 Suppl, 72| endurance; and thus the simple body is more noble, because 482 Suppl, 72| contraries. Wherefore a simple ~body, although it be corruptible 483 Suppl, 72| that the perfection of a simple is ~more in keeping with 484 Suppl, 72| somewhat more noble than a simple ~body, a simple body that 485 Suppl, 72| noble than a simple ~body, a simple body that exists by itself 486 Suppl, 72| because in a mixed body simple bodies are ~somewhat in 487 Suppl, 72| as in the ~generation of simple bodies. The passive principle 488 Suppl, 76| 1~Reply OBJ 4: Even as a simple quality is not the substantial 489 Suppl, 76| a quality resulting from simple qualities reduced to a mean, 490 Suppl, 80| Further, as heat and cold are simple qualities of bodies, i.e. 491 Suppl, 89| for the quiddity ~of a simple thing is the simple thing 492 Suppl, 89| of a simple thing is the simple thing itself, as Avicenna 493 Suppl, 89| science" or ~"knowledge of simple intelligence." Now it is 494 Suppl, 89| only by the knowledge of simple intelligence, because those 495 Appen1, 2| is punished, since it is simple: which is not the case with ~


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