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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | proof ~whereof it must be observed that knowledge can be called 2 1, 19 | He ordered the law to be ~observed, and at another time forbade 3 1, 23 | materially. It must, however, be observed that the number of the ~ 4 1, 28 | only in a certain order observed by reason as regards ~the 5 1, 28 | procession. For it must ~be observed that in God there exist 6 1, 30 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~It must be observed, nevertheless, that the 7 1, 39 | certain order should be observed, forasmuch as what ~belongs 8 1, 43 | certain difference is to be observed in all the words ~that express 9 1, 50 | in ~bodies such excess is observed in regard to their magnitude, 10 1, 50 | things ~incorporeal is it observed in regard to their multitude. 11 1, 50 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As was observed above (Q[44], A[1]) there 12 1, 53 | 4~I answer that, As was observed above in the preceding article, 13 1, 55 | this can in some measure be observed in ~ourselves. For some 14 1, 56 | certain order, as was already observed (Q[50], A[4], ad ~1,2). 15 1, 57 | singular; because, as was observed above (Q[50], A[2]), an 16 1, 57 | sweet. The same is to be ~observed in other cases. Accordingly, 17 1, 58 | 2~I answer that, As was observed (A[6]), the evening knowledge 18 1, 59 | indifference; ~because, as was observed already (Q[58], A[5]), their 19 1, 59 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As was observed already (A[2]), knowledge 20 1, 60 | with elective love, as ~was observed above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 60 | 3~I answer that, As was observed (A[3]), both angel and man 22 1, 61 | 1~I answer that, As was observed (A[3]), the universe is 23 1, 62 | as man does, but, as was observed above (Q[58], AA[3]~,4), 24 1, 62 | of beatitude. For, as was observed above (Q[60], A[2]) ~the 25 1, 63 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As was observed above (Q[62], A[6]), an 26 1, 64 | through another. But, as was observed already ~(Q[63], A[8]), 27 1, 66 | matter, and time. It must be observed, however, that this is not 28 1, 68 | this kind two rules are to ~observed, as Augustine teaches (Gen. 29 1, 71 | second. ~It must, however, be observed that Augustine differs from 30 1, 72 | generation is a ~vital act observed in them. For the powers 31 1, 74 | that due order might be observed in the instituting of the 32 1, 76 | divided in ~each part are observed the operations of the soul, 33 1, 77 | clear that actuality is observed in the ~substantial form 34 1, 77 | form prior to its being observed in the subject: and since ~ 35 1, 77 | other hand, ~actuality is observed in the subject of the accidental 36 1, 77 | form prior to its ~being observed in the accidental form; 37 1, 39 | certain order should be observed, forasmuch as what ~belongs 38 1, 43 | certain difference is to be observed in all the words ~that express 39 1, 51 | in ~bodies such excess is observed in regard to their magnitude, 40 1, 51 | things ~incorporeal is it observed in regard to their multitude. 41 1, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As was observed above (Q[44], A[1]) there 42 1, 54 | 4~I answer that, As was observed above in the preceding article, 43 1, 56 | this can in some measure be observed in ~ourselves. For some 44 1, 57 | certain order, as was already observed (Q[50], A[4], ad ~1,2). 45 1, 58 | singular; because, as was observed above (Q[50], A[2]), an 46 1, 58 | sweet. The same is to be ~observed in other cases. Accordingly, 47 1, 59 | 2~I answer that, As was observed (A[6]), the evening knowledge 48 1, 60 | indifference; ~because, as was observed already (Q[58], A[5]), their 49 1, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As was observed already (A[2]), knowledge 50 1, 61 | with elective love, as ~was observed above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 51 1, 61 | 3~I answer that, As was observed (A[3]), both angel and man 52 1, 62 | 1~I answer that, As was observed (A[3]), the universe is 53 1, 63 | as man does, but, as was observed above (Q[58], AA[3]~,4), 54 1, 63 | of beatitude. For, as was observed above (Q[60], A[2]) ~the 55 1, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As was observed above (Q[62], A[6]), an 56 1, 65 | through another. But, as was observed already ~(Q[63], A[8]), 57 1, 67 | matter, and time. It must be observed, however, that this is not 58 1, 69 | this kind two rules are to ~observed, as Augustine teaches (Gen. 59 1, 71 | second. ~It must, however, be observed that Augustine differs from 60 1, 71 | generation is a ~vital act observed in them. For the powers 61 1, 73 | that due order might be observed in the instituting of the 62 1, 75 | divided in ~each part are observed the operations of the soul, 63 1, 76 | clear that actuality is observed in the ~substantial form 64 1, 76 | form prior to its being observed in the subject: and since ~ 65 1, 76 | other hand, ~actuality is observed in the subject of the accidental 66 1, 76 | form prior to its ~being observed in the accidental form; 67 1, 83 | bodies. And because they ~observed that all bodies are mobile, 68 1, 83 | the truth because, having observed ~that all knowledge takes 69 1, 83 | the thing known. Then he observed that ~the form of the thing 70 1, 83 | sensible things it is to ~be observed that the form is otherwise 71 1, 83 | opinion. For Plato, having observed that the ~intellectual soul 72 1, 84 | ii, 9), that "it is to be observed that ~those who have soft 73 1, 92 | the image of God is to be ~observed not only in his mind.~Aquin.: 74 1, 92 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Augustine observed this trinity, first, as 75 1, 95 | ways. First, from the order observed by nature; for just as in 76 1, 97 | a state of things to be observed even now among many good 77 1, 97 | The second thing to be ~observed is a certain deformity of 78 1, 100 | fly; and the like may be observed in ~other animals. Moreover 79 1, 101 | to the earth; hence it is observed to be ~overshadowed by clouds 80 1, 103 | order of things may be observed from their nature; but those 81 1, 104 | its end. Again it is to be observed that where there ~are several 82 1, 114 | objection. But it must be ~observed, when Avicebron argues thus, " 83 1, 114 | its like. Now it is to be observed ~that everything which is 84 1, 114 | ways of being: it must be observed that throughout the whole 85 1, 114 | human habit. It must be ~observed, however, that indirectly 86 1, 114 | incongruous that many of the signs observed in ~bodies, of occurrences 87 1, 117 | that the vital functions observed in the embryo ~are not from 88 2, 1 | Nevertheless it must be observed that a thing tends to an 89 2, 1 | And ~this is also to be observed in proper movements. For 90 2, 1 | mover. Now there is to be ~observed a twofold order in ends - 91 2, 3 | clear, two points ~must be observed. First, that man is not 92 2, 4 | attention ~because, as already observed, we are more attentive to 93 2, 5 | after this ~life, it must be observed that Origen (Peri Archon. 94 2, 5 | that the order in things be observed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[7] 95 2, 6 | principle. Yet again it must be ~observed that a principle of movement 96 2, 12 | the same time it must be observed that what ~is not one in 97 2, 13 | the will's ~act is to be observed in its relation to the action 98 2, 16 | 2/2~It must, however, be observed that the last end may be 99 2, 17 | But a difference is to ~be observed in this, that some are simply 100 2, 17 | our power. Now it ~must be observed that the sensitive appetite 101 2, 18 | actions. Now, it must be observed that a ~difference of objects 102 2, 19 | simple. Hence it is to be observed that the first ~things in 103 2, 20 | required conditions be ~observed, is said to be good. Secondly, 104 2, 20 | Para. 2/2~Now it must be observed, as was noted above (Q[19], 105 2, 21 | hurt. It must, moreover, be observed that every ~individual member 106 2, 27 | of love. But it ~must be observed that likeness between things 107 2, 28 | objections, it is to be observed that four proximate ~effects 108 2, 31 | state of completion, as observed above. ~Accordingly when 109 2, 31 | twofold movement is to be observed in an animal: one, ~according 110 2, 31 | than delights: as we have observed above in regard to ~concupiscences ( 111 2, 31 | like difference is to be observed in concupiscences also: ~ 112 2, 33 | Because, as we have just ~observed, we attend much to that 113 2, 37 | contrary to it, as may be observed even in natural ~things. 114 2, 37 | However a difference is to be observed according to the ~difference 115 2, 42 | Para. 2/3~But it must be observed that evil of nature sometimes 116 2, 48 | and tongue; wherefore, as observed above (A[2]), "the tongue ~ 117 2, 52 | intensity and remission may be observed in habits and dispositions. ~ 118 2, 55 | operation. But it ~must be observed that some operative habits 119 2, 57 | habit, as we have already observed (Q[56], A[3]), ~may be called 120 2, 57 | order. ~The same is to be observed in potential wholes, wherein 121 2, 57 | a craftsman, as we have observed. And so ~art has the nature 122 2, 63 | make this clear, it must be observed that there are two ways 123 2, 64 | Further, a mean that is observed according to arithmetical 124 2, 64 | according as the mean is observed in the act itself of reason, 125 2, 68 | of the will: since they observed only two virtues in the 126 2, 68 | other. Hence he had already observed that "each particular ~virtue 127 2, 69 | this evident it must be observed that beatitude has been 128 2, 71 | Para. 2/2~But it must be observed that the nature of a thing 129 2, 72 | material difference is to be ~observed in the natural species of 130 2, 72 | diversity of sins. It ~must be observed, however, that although, 131 2, 73 | genus, two causes ~may be observed. The first is the direct 132 2, 74 | contrary of which is to be observed in the will; ~hence the 133 2, 77 | reason. Again, it must ~be observed that nothing prevents a 134 2, 77 | points apparently should be observed: ~first, that a thing may 135 2, 83 | transmission it is to be observed, that whatever accrues from 136 2, 87 | compensation ~is also to be observed in injuries done to one' 137 2, 87 | of these is ~frequently observed in human affairs, for it 138 2, 91 | reason. Now it is to be observed that the same procedure ~ 139 2, 91 | essential conditions of ~law be observed, as stated above (Q[90], 140 2, 96 | this kind must nowise be ~observed, because, as stated in Acts 141 2, 96 | welfare, it should not be ~observed. For instance, suppose that 142 2, 96 | of the law is not to be observed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 143 2, 97 | precept of the law not to ~be observed. If however he grant this 144 2, 98 | health. Again it must be observed that the end of human law 145 2, 98 | Christ. Now it is to be observed that wherever there is an ~ 146 2, 98 | orders certain things to be ~observed by the servants of his household, 147 2, 99 | that justice which is to be observed among men is effected by 148 2, 99 | rewards. Now it is to be observed that, in speculative sciences, 149 2, 99 | individuals, ~although they observed the justice of the Law, 150 2, 100 | the letter of the law be observed, the intention of the lawgiver 151 2, 100 | order of justice ~to be observed among men, that nothing 152 2, 100 | prescribing the reverence to be observed ~towards our betters, or 153 2, 101 | worship ~were more carefully observed on solemn festivals: so 154 2, 101 | called from having to be observed. ~But all the precepts of 155 2, 101 | precepts of the Law had to be observed: for it is written ~(Dt. 156 2, 102 | worship which was to ~be observed for that particular time: 157 2, 102 | state of the Old Law, as observed above (A[2]; Q[100]~, A[ 158 2, 102 | special points had to be observed in matters pertaining to 159 2, 102 | And because, as already observed (ad 4), the ~inner tabernacle, 160 2, 102 | therein. Now ~it must be observed that to show the imperfection 161 2, 102 | discovered," it should be observed that this too was ~instituted 162 2, 102 | repeated every month, and was ~observed in memory of the work of 163 2, 102 | eighth day another feast was observed, of ~"Assembly and Congregation," 164 2, 102 | Now two things are to be observed in their departure from 165 2, 102 | And, indeed, if this was observed in ~regard to the tabernacle 166 2, 102 | much more was it to be observed in the very ministers. ~ 167 2, 103 | offered them. It must be observed, ~however, that the very 168 2, 103 | legal ceremonies can be observed ~without committing mortal 169 2, 103 | legal ceremonies ~can be observed without committing mortal 170 2, 103 | 24:49). But the apostles observed the legal ceremonies after 171 2, 103 | legal ~ceremonies can be observed since the Passion of Christ 172 2, 103 | legal ceremonies can be observed since Christ's ~Passion 173 2, 103 | legal ceremonies can be observed since ~Christ's Passion 174 2, 103 | deadly, so that whoever observed ~them was guilty of mortal 175 2, 103 | Passion the apostles never observed the legal ceremonies in 176 2, 104 | judicial precepts to be observed in his kingdom, he would 177 2, 104 | unless perchance they were observed, or ordered to be observed, 178 2, 104 | observed, or ordered to be observed, as ~though they derived 179 2, 105 | that, Two points are to be observed concerning the right ~ordering 180 2, 105 | The other point is to be observed in respect of ~the kinds 181 2, 105 | great caution should be observed in such ~matters: hence 182 2, 105 | precepts of the Old Law observed little caution in regard ~ 183 2, 105 | strangers. Nevertheless the Law observed due caution ~in the matter, 184 2, 105 | especially was this to be observed when animals were hired 185 2, 105 | sin, four degrees may be ~observed, even in respect of one 186 2, 105 | commanded the sabbath to be observed, to ~testify the belief 187 2, 105 | prescribed (Dt. 23:7) to be observed with regard to certain other ~ 188 2, 105 | these a ~certain order was observed. For they were not at once 189 2, 105 | OBJ 4: A distinction was observed with regard to hostile cities. ~ 190 2, 107 | they are no ~longer to be observed: for it they were to be 191 2, 107 | for it they were to be observed, this would mean ~that something 192 2, 107 | did not forbid this to be observed: but ~He showed that no 193 2, 107 | that moderation should be ~observed, lest good conduct should 194 2, 113 | 3/3~And yet it must be observed that the comparison between 195 2, 1 | certain points have ~to be observed, about which some happen 196 2, 2 | then two things can be ~observed in the object of faith, 197 2, 2 | regards those which ~are observed throughout the Church, and 198 2, 4 | ad 3). But it must be ~observed that wisdom, science and 199 2, 8 | understanding the distinction to be observed is that ~there are two ways 200 2, 10 | to Cornelius, it is to be observed that he was not an ~unbeliever, 201 2, 10 | faith, two things must be ~observed: one on the part of the 202 2, 10 | enacted many laws to be ~observed by their subjects, in favor 203 2, 10 | their fathers have ~for ages observed them."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 204 2, 10 | and ~ought to be jealously observed in all things, since the 205 2, 10 | to the ~Church's custom observed hitherto.~Aquin.: SMT SS 206 2, 11 | heretics two points must be observed: one, ~on their own side; 207 2, 18 | which separation is to be ~observed even in charity, in so far 208 2, 25 | further difference must be observed here: for some neighbors 209 2, 25 | contrary sense, it must be observed that in ~the words quoted, 210 2, 25 | work (thus it is ~to be observed that poets love their own 211 2, 25 | 2~As to the order to be observed among our neighbors, a man 212 2, 28 | each concordant is not ~observed, but is disturbed by some 213 2, 29 | OBJ 2: Two things must be observed in the bestowal of gifts. 214 2, 30 | order of charity should be observed not only as regards ~the 215 2, 30 | those conditions must be observed which were laid down when 216 2, 31 | 2 Tim. 4:5]." It must be observed, however, that if the faith 217 2, 31 | the order of justice is observed, and ~others are deterred 218 2, 31 | probable that the customs observed by ~religious in general 219 2, 33 | its genus. But it must be observed with regard to all sins ~ 220 2, 33 | avoidance of sorrow the order observed is that ~man at first flies 221 2, 35 | Para. 2/3~But it must be observed that this concord is destroyed 222 2, 38 | covenants, which ~ought to be observed even among enemies," as 223 2, 42 | unless all ~its precepts be observed. Therefore all the precepts 224 2, 42 | Hence this precept will ~be observed fully and perfectly in heaven; 225 2, 46 | that three things may be observed in ~reference to knowledge. 226 2, 51 | negative sense. It ~must be observed however that lack of prudence 227 2, 55 | would always have ~to be observed; but since it happens sometimes 228 2, 55 | decrees among all ~men, is observed by all equally, and is called 229 2, 56 | is rectitude ~of the will observed for its own sake."~Aquin.: 230 2, 56 | good. Moreover justice is observed towards all, whereas ~liberality 231 2, 58 | cases, when if they were observed they ~would be contrary 232 2, 59 | ought moderation to be ~observed in the distribution of common 233 2, 59 | Whether the mean is to be observed in the same way in distributive 234 2, 59 | distributive justice is to be ~observed in the same way as in commutative 235 2, 59 | the mean should also be observed in the same way in both ~ 236 2, 59 | individual. Therefore the mean is observed in the same way in ~both 237 2, 59 | distributive justice is observed according to "geometrical 238 2, 59 | distributive justice the mean is observed, not ~according to equality 239 2, 60 | Body Para. 3/4~It must be observed, however, that in five of 240 2, 61 | his deserts, it must be ~observed that a person's worthiness 241 2, 61 | honored. Now it ~is to be observed that a person may be honored 242 2, 64 | own. Hence it is to be ~observed that quarrels arise more 243 2, 65 | point, two things may be observed in ~connection with a judge. 244 2, 68 | and the order of justice observed. Hence nothing ~hinders 245 2, 70 | the due circumstances be observed. on the other hand if a ~ 246 2, 75 | equality of justice be not observed in buying and ~selling: 247 2, 76 | amount lent. It must be ~observed, however, that the secondary 248 2, 78 | that, Two points must be observed about the virtues annexed 249 2, 78 | as regards things to be observed by all, he ascribes "legislative ~ 250 2, 81 | Body Para. 2/2~It must be observed, however, that there are 251 2, 83 | of the natural law were observed by all ~just men. Yet we 252 2, 83 | sacrifices. Now that which is observed by all is ~seemingly natural. 253 2, 84 | ceremonial precepts are not to be observed in the New Law. ~Neither 254 2, 85 | Indeed they are bound to be observed by ~some, if they be ordained 255 2, 85 | for a long time must be ~observed [*Cap. Cum sint, and Cap. 256 2, 86 | case the law is not to be observed. This is properly ~speaking 257 2, 86 | that the vow is not to be observed. And if it ~be decided absolutely 258 2, 86 | particular vow is not to be observed, this ~is called a "dispensation" 259 2, 86 | that which was to have been observed, the vow is said ~to be " 260 2, 87 | OBJ 1: Two things may be observed in an oath. The witness 261 2, 93 | These are chiefly wont to be observed ~in birds, the former by 262 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 3: The things observed by diviners are considered 263 2, 93 | Accordingly it is to be observed that the cause of dreams 264 2, 93 | swallow, and the stork have observed ~the time of their coming." 265 2, 93 | provided due reverence be observed. Hence ~Augustine says ( 266 2, 94 | certain movements of the stars observed in the course of the heavens ~ 267 2, 95 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~It must be observed, however, that there are 268 2, 96 | that ~discretion may be observed, and in order to avoid occasions 269 2, 98 | heretical. It must, however, be observed that ~Simon Magus, besides 270 2, 98 | benefices it must, however, be observed, ~that it is not unlawful 271 2, 104 | and the same ~is to be observed in repaying favors.~Aquin.: 272 2, 105 | Body Para. 3/3~It must be observed, however, that when ingratitude 273 2, 106 | other due ~circumstances be observed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 274 2, 106 | 2/2~It must, however, be observed that a medicine never removes 275 2, 107 | circumstances, and if these ~be not observed, the act will be sinful. 276 2, 113 | against flattery. "It ~must be observed," says he, "that by the 277 2, 113 | due circumstances be not ~observed; and so too is it to praise 278 2, 114 | words. Now two things may be observed in ~this contradiction. 279 2, 115 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~It must be observed, however, that the very 280 2, 118 | that the law ~should not be observed in some particular case. 281 2, 118 | of the law is not to be ~observed in some particular case 282 2, 119 | twofold ~congruity may be observed. One is according to the 283 2, 119 | Another ~congruity may be observed in keeping with the special 284 2, 119 | certain congruity may be observed, as stated above.~Aquin.: 285 2, 120 | commonly so called, which is observed among equals.~Aquin.: SMT 286 2, 120 | Now two ~things must be observed in the order of generation. 287 2, 120 | 2~The second thing to be observed in the order of generation 288 2, 120 | worship of false gods was observed ~by using certain images: 289 2, 120 | the decalogue have to be observed also ~under the New Law. 290 2, 120 | Law this precept is not observed, ~neither in the point of 291 2, 120 | 3: Two things are to be observed in the hallowing of the ~ 292 2, 127 | the passions it is to be observed that the greatness of ~this 293 2, 127 | mode of which has to be observed in the use of honor, for 294 2, 127 | Body Para. 2/2~It must be observed, however, that as hope is 295 2, 139 | is an end. Now it must be observed that sometimes ~the end 296 2, 140 | 2/2~It must, however, be observed that it is sometimes praiseworthy, 297 2, 140 | childish" as denoting what is ~observed in children. It is not in 298 2, 141 | twofold moderation has to be observed. ~First, we must not desire 299 2, 145 | would have ~to be equally observed at all places and times. 300 2, 145 | Church ordered ~a fast to be observed immediately before the Paschal 301 2, 148 | that, Two things are to be observed in drunkenness, as stated ~ 302 2, 149 | latter are more wont to ~be observed, purity regards rather these 303 2, 150 | vowed, consecrated and ~observed in honor of the Creator 304 2, 150 | vowed, consecrated ~and observed in honor of the Creator 305 2, 152 | due circumstances are not observed. And since a circumstance, 306 2, 152 | is fitting. This may be observed both in speculative and ~ 307 2, 152 | of the due species is not observed. Hence ~a gloss on Gn. 37: 308 2, 152 | of the right sex is not observed. Lastly comes the ~sin of 309 2, 153 | 3],4). Now it ~is to be observed that natural inclinations 310 2, 156 | of the soul, it is to be observed that evil may be found in ~ 311 2, 158 | same way, mode which ~is observed by all virtues in common, 312 2, 159 | due moderation must be observed in ~the outward acts of 313 2, 160 | 2/2~It must, however, be observed that this generic character 314 2, 160 | right reason. Now it must be observed that all excellence results ~ 315 2, 160 | that, Two things are to be observed in sin, conversion to a ~ 316 2, 161 | devil in tempting Christ observed the same order as in ~overcoming 317 2, 161 | 4/5~It must, however, be observed that the proper object of 318 2, 161 | a twofold gravity to be observed in sin. one ~results from 319 2, 166 | obscene." Another thing to be ~observed is that one lose not the 320 2, 167 | Now a certain ~honesty is observed in the outward apparel; 321 2, 167 | as to exceed the bounds observed by the good ~people among 322 2, 167 | 2/2~It must, however, be observed that it is one thing to 323 2, 169 | considered, it must be observed that some of them pertain 324 2, 169 | our knowledge, it ~must be observed that the more remote things 325 2, 169 | super Ezech.): "It must be ~observed that sometimes the holy 326 2, 171 | Nevertheless it ~must be observed that since the prophet's 327 2, 173 | Body Para. 4/4~It must be observed, however, that sometimes 328 2, 173 | R.O. 2 Para. 3/3~It must be observed. however, that both these 329 2, 180 | Ezech.): "It should be ~observed that while a well-ordered 330 2, 181 | Reply OBJ 3: As already observed (A[3], ad 3), nothing hinders 331 2, 182 | Para. 2/3~Now it must be observed, that so far as men are 332 2, 182 | as a certain solemnity is observed in other matters which ~ 333 2, 183 | profit others." For, as he ~observed shortly before, "in our 334 2, 184 | apostles do not appear to have observed ~continence, as evidenced 335 2, 184 | preferred to ~virginity observed even by vow; for Augustine 336 2, 184 | Yet ~greater precaution is observed in some religious orders 337 2, 185 | 2/3~It must, however, be observed that under manual labor 338 2, 186 | and ~humility are better observed in company than in solitude; 339 2, 186 | 2/4~It must, however, be observed that what is solitary should 340 2, 187 | 106], "order should be observed in ascending to orders. ~ 341 2, 187 | these precepts cannot be ~observed without keeping the counsels, 342 2, 187 | precepts first of all to be ~observed without the counsels, and 343 3, 2 | nature." Now it is to be observed that the word "nature" comes 344 3, 16 | or the part, if they are observed to exist in a part, ~are 345 3, 22 | since four things are to be observed in every ~sacrifice - to 346 3, 24 | 3/3~Moreover, it must be observed that, although the participle ~" 347 3, 27 | 2~Moreover, it is to be observed that it was granted, by 348 3, 27 | question at issue, it must be observed that the fomes is ~nothing 349 3, 30 | be made?~(4) Of the order observed in the Annunciation.~Aquin.: 350 3, 30 | the common order to be ~observed, by which Divine things 351 3, 31 | Para. 2/2~It must also be observed that there were other kings 352 3, 32 | by grace. Now, it must be observed that what is said in ~its 353 3, 38 | added to it. But the Jews observed a superfluity of baptisms; 354 3, 40 | ceased." But Christ both observed continency in ~Himself and 355 3, 40 | Himself and proposed it to be observed by others when He said ( 356 3, 40 | that Christ should have observed an austere life both in 357 3, 40 | example the number "forty" is observed in ~His fast, because the 358 3, 40 | seems that He ~should have observed the ordinary manner of life 359 3, 41 | God. But since they also ~observed in Him certain signs of 360 3, 42 | the tower." It is to be observed, however, that, as Augustine ~ 361 3, 44 | refers by saying: "Again we ~observed that the occultation and 362 3, 44 | It is furthermore to be observed concerning Christ's miracles 363 3, 45 | Elias," says: ~"It must be observed that Moses and Elias were 364 3, 46 | seeing; and the same can be ~observed in other matters.~Aquin.: 365 3, 46 | 1~I answer that, As was observed above (A[1]), Christ's Passion 366 3, 47 | 1/1 ~I answer that, As observed above (A[2]), Christ suffered 367 3, 47 | 34), says: "It is to be observed that He does not pray for 368 3, 48 | sign of something to be observed by us, ~according to 1 Pt. 369 3, 51 | of each nation should be observed." Now ~it was the custom 370 3, 55 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As was observed above, some proofs were 371 3, 58 | judiciary power." Now as we observed (A[1]) "sitting denotes" ~ 372 3, 58 | distinction, as already observed (De Symb. ii). And this 373 3, 59 | Para. 2/3~But it must be observed that although the primary 374 3, 59 | Para. 2/3~But it must be observed that although man's temporal 375 3, 61 | commanded to be solemnized and observed were ~announcements of Christ' 376 3, 63 | Para. 2/2~But it must be observed that this spiritual power 377 3, 64 | OBJ 1: Human institutions observed in the sacraments are not ~ 378 3, 64 | Para. 2/2~But it must be observed that as God did not bind 379 3, 66 | Christ in the Gospel was observed in its integrity, at ~least 380 3, 66 | immersion is universally ~observed in Baptism: and consequently 381 3, 67 | form ~of the Church be not observed, the sacrament of Baptism 382 3, 67 | the Church would not be observed, i.e. "I baptize thee in 383 3, 67 | is disproved by the form observed in the Greek Church. For 384 3, 67 | Para. 2/3~The point to be observed, however, is this, that 385 3, 67 | nothing ridiculous should be observed in the sacraments ~of the 386 3, 71 | uniformity in Baptism may ~be observed. Nor are they supplied to 387 3, 72 | A[3]). But it must be observed that ~Christ did use certain 388 3, 72 | whereas the contrary is to be observed in ~the above form." Therefore 389 3, 72 | conferring the sacraments, observed many things which are not 390 3, 72 | OBJ 4: As we have already observed, the soul, to which spiritual ~ 391 3, 72 | as certain that the rite observed by the Church, in ~this 392 3, 73 | all the sacraments, as was observed above (Q[63], ~A[6]): for 393 3, 74 | Baptism no difference is observed regarding the variation 394 3, 74 | ought any distinction to be observed, as to whether the ~bread 395 3, 74 | Christ's Passion. Now it was observed above (Q[73], A[1], ad 3), 396 3, 75 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: As was observed above, potentiality belongs 397 3, 76 | 2~I answer that, As was observed above (A[1], ad 3), because 398 3, 78 | Further, as was already observed (Q[48], A[2]; Q[49], A[3]), ~ 399 3, 78 | instrumentally, as ~was observed above (Q[48], A[6]; Q[56], 400 3, 78 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, as was observed above (A[4], ad 3), these 401 3, 80 | extent of the sin, as was observed above (ad 1). And this resemblance ~ 402 3, 80 | with the former ~custom observed by some of receiving the 403 3, 80 | same could not be easily observed, and so ~it has been abrogated 404 3, 80 | that, Two points should be observed regarding the use of this ~ 405 3, 81 | without the spiritual, as was ~observed above (Q[80], A[1]). Consequently, 406 3, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As was observed above (Q[76], A[1], ad 1), 407 3, 82 | celebrating?~[*This is the order observed by St. Thomas in writing 408 3, 82 | rite of the Church must be observed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 409 3, 82 | 2): "It must be strictly observed ~that as often as the priest 410 3, 83 | properly determined. For as was observed above (A[1]), this sacrament 411 3, 83 | Reply OBJ 3: As already observed (Q[73], A[5]), Christ wished 412 3, 83 | consecrated unless they be ~observed; and so it appears to follow 413 3, 83 | a church ~dedication is observed for eight days, in order 414 3, 83 | of the old are not to be observed, such as that the priests 415 3, 83 | Church. Hence it is not ~observed in the same way as it was 416 3, 83 | washing of the hands is observed; for this can be ~done more 417 3, 83 | of the mass is no longer observed, on account of the ~danger; 418 3, 83 | chalice. And it is to be observed that the part ~put into 419 3, 83 | consecrating would not be ~observed; and, as is laid down by 420 3, 83 | increased. But it must be observed that ~wherever the species 421 3, 84 | Confirmation. But it is to be observed that in ~those sacraments, 422 3, 85 | ought to grieve. And this is observed in the ~penance of which 423 3, 85 | Body Para. 2/2~It must be observed, however, that according 424 3, 86 | Penance. Moreover, it must be observed that, under the Old ~Law 425 3, 90 | virtue. Now it must be ~observed that every virtue acts in 426 Suppl, 1 | several things are to be observed, viz. the very ~substance 427 Suppl, 3 | malice a certain order is observed according to the ~degree 428 Suppl, 4 | Three things are to be observed in contrition: first, its ~ 429 Suppl, 7 | answer that, It must be observed with regard to virtues, 430 Suppl, 11| of the Church need not be observed, if the commandment be changed 431 Suppl, 21| the forms of law being ~observed. In this case, if the error, 432 Suppl, 24| Body Para. 2/2~It must be observed however that sometimes a 433 Suppl, 28| some kind of solemnity is ~observed in every sacrament. Therefore 434 Suppl, 29| essential to a sacrament is observed ~everywhere in the same 435 Suppl, 29| must needs be one that is ~observed everywhere. Now the words 436 Suppl, 29| essentials have been ~duly observed, as is the case with the 437 Suppl, 32| contrary, stands the rite observed throughout the Church, ~ 438 Suppl, 32| anointing of the five senses is observed by all, as being ~essential 439 Suppl, 34| of order as relation ~is observed where we first meet with 440 Suppl, 43| three degrees are to be observed, according ~to the Philosopher ( 441 Suppl, 48| intention of the Church ~be not observed, the sacrament is invalid. 442 Suppl, 48| sacrament, so that if it be not observed, ~all sacraments are null. 443 Suppl, 48| wherefore, if it be not ~observed, the sacrament is none the 444 Suppl, 55| juridical order is not perfectly observed, since if the denunciation ~ 445 Suppl, 59| Nevertheless it must be ~observed that marriage is dissolved 446 Suppl, 64| movement of nature must be ~observed according to which the nutritive 447 Suppl, 64| quantity is that which is observed between two quantities of ~ 448 Suppl, 64| proportion is that which is observed ~between two proportions 449 Suppl, 64| made at Christmas (as was observed in its proper place, TP, ~ 450 Suppl, 65| aforesaid precept not to be ~observed, in order to ensure the 451 Suppl, 67| righteousness of the Law observed at the time of the Law would 452 Suppl, 71| 2: Further, it is to be observed that according to the common ~ 453 Suppl, 72| aforesaid order in things be observed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 454 Suppl, 72| distinction is moreover observed by the ~Old Law - it would 455 Suppl, 72| that which is commonly observed ~in all, marks the nature 456 Suppl, 73| which ~this likeness is observed, that is primarily and directly 457 Suppl, 74| New. It must, however, be observed that, ~although the Gospel 458 Suppl, 76| corruption and that which is observed in the ~movement of the 459 Suppl, 76| regards the first it must be observed that in ~man we may speak 460 Suppl, 77| It must ~accordingly be observed that this question requires 461 Suppl, 79| soul. It must, ~however, be observed that the organs of sense 462 Suppl, 80| becoming order will be ~observed in them, which demands distinction, 463 Suppl, 81| this we have frequently observed that it does not seem probable ~( 464 Suppl, 81| Now ~sometimes it is to be observed that the moved resists the 465 Suppl, 86| the saved, order will be ~observed so that some will be enlightened 466 Suppl, 86| so, too, will order be observed in ~punishments, men being 467 Suppl, 92| bridegroom and bride, is not observed therein. That human nature ~ 468 Suppl, 93| is not due to virginity observed, and ~virginity lost. Yet 469 Suppl, 93| but only to that which is observed by vow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 470 Suppl, 93| would not then have been observed, nor would an aureole have 471 Suppl, 93| the Objections. It must be observed, ~however, that the beauty 472 Suppl, 93| There is no conflict to be observed in the act of justice ~as 473 Suppl, 94| that, Two things are to be observed in corporeal weeping. One ~ 474 Suppl, 94| damned. The other thing to be observed in corporeal weeping is ~ 475 Suppl, 96| them more or less: this is observed in the punishments of ~this 476 Appen1, 1| Accordingly, it must be observed that if one is guided by


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