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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | above all human wisdom; not ~merely in any one order, but absolutely. 2 1, 1 | may properly be used, yet merely as probable. For our faith ~ 3 1, 1 | their works to be true, merely on account of their having 4 1, 2 | Therefore, not all beings are merely ~possible, but there must 5 1, 3 | or to withdraw ~signifies merely spiritual actions based 6 1, 3 | own existence, ~and not merely His own essence.~Aquin.: 7 1, 3 | cause; for the ~former is merely potential, while the latter 8 1, 3 | compound. For matter is merely potential; and potentiality 9 1, 4 | since matter as such is merely ~potential, the first material 10 1, 4 | as ~matter, as such, is merely potential, an agent, as 11 1, 4 | is more perfect than what merely exists; ~and an intelligent 12 1, 4 | intelligent thing than what merely lives. Therefore life is 13 1, 4 | more ~perfect than what merely exists, because living things 14 1, 4 | these are said to be not merely like, but equal in their 15 1, 4 | short of their cause," not merely ~in intensity and remission, 16 1, 5 | which are ~not actual, but merely potential. Now being implies 17 1, 8 | everywhere accidentally, that is, merely on ~some supposition; as 18 1, 10 | This, ~however, makes a merely accidental, and not an absolute 19 1, 14 | effect in its cause only, has merely a ~conjectural knowledge 20 1, 14 | the thing itself known, is merely speculative. But that which ~ 21 1, 15 | providence extends not ~merely to species; but to individuals 22 1, 18 | cisterns and ponds. This is merely a ~similitude, inasmuch 23 1, 18 | that there exist in men not merely such ~natural principles 24 1, 19 | communicates His goodness not merely to certain things, ~but 25 1, 19 | Similarly the fornicator has merely pleasure for his ~object, 26 1, 21 | thing is called good not merely with respect to act, but ~ 27 1, 22 | from divine providence; but merely that he has ~not a prefixed 28 1, 24 | not ~chosen or inscribed merely to put on armor, but to 29 1, 24 | promised to ~holy men, is not merely something in the opinion 30 1, 40 | by mode of identity, not ~merely in reality, but also in 31 1, 42 | knowledge, which excitation is merely temporal. The eighth is ~ 32 1, 44 | cause is required is not ~merely because the effect is not 33 1, 50 | matter causes diversity not merely ~of species, but of genus.~ 34 1, 50 | said to be corruptible not merely ~because God can reduce 35 1, 51 | asserting the fact, but merely using the opinion ~of the 36 1, 51 | angel not as its form, ~nor merely as its mover, but as its 37 1, 51 | the bodies are assumed merely for this purpose, that the 38 1, 52 | all things, and is ~not merely present in some places, 39 1, 57 | because, to know a singular, merely in ~its universal causes, 40 1, 57 | belongs to God alone; and not merely to know those events ~which 41 1, 57 | sometimes discovered not merely by outward ~act, but also 42 1, 58 | the Word, ~they know not merely the being of things as existing 43 1, 59 | not, indeed, as if it were merely guided by another towards ~ 44 1, 60 | natural ~love, which is merely natural, in so far as it 45 1, 60 | operation is self-centered not merely as to ~certain particular 46 1, 60 | inclined to preserve not merely its individuality, but ~ 47 1, 62 | Further, we do not merit by merely natural operations. But 48 1, 62 | and man alike can be from ~merely one act; because man merits 49 1, 62 | moved towards its end, not merely passively, ~but also by 50 1, 63 | presuppose ignorance, but merely absence of consideration 51 1, 63 | surpasses the angels, not merely in accidentals, but ~also 52 1, 63 | formation in order of time, but ~merely in order of nature. Now 53 1, 64 | of our intellect; and not merely because our ~intellect draws 54 1, 64 | of the will; because, not merely in different ~things, but 55 1, 66 | followed that to be made means merely to be changed; ~for since 56 1, 66 | consequent forms would ~be merely accidents, implying not 57 1, 66 | corruption ~would then be merely accidental through the disappearance 58 1, 67 | his works on logic, as he merely ~mentions them as the more 59 1, 67 | light since darkness is merely a privation of light. Light 60 1, 68 | take these days to denote merely sequence in the natural ~ 61 1, 68 | heavens of heavens' are ~merely the translation of the Hebrew 62 1, 69 | another in duration, but ~merely in the order of nature. 63 1, 70 | were made actually, and not merely virtually, for ~the firmament 64 1, 70 | been produced on ~that day merely as light in general; and 65 1, 72 | to imply that ~fishes are merely bodies having in them something 66 1, 73 | added, unless they are merely superfluous, for a thing 67 1, 76 | first of all a soul which is merely ~sensitive, and when this 68 1, 76 | were united to the body, merely as a motor, ~there would 69 1, 76 | were united to ~the body merely as a motor, it would be 70 1, 76 | were united to the body ~merely as its motor, we might say 71 1, 40 | by mode of identity, not ~merely in reality, but also in 72 1, 42 | knowledge, which excitation is merely temporal. The eighth is ~ 73 1, 45 | cause is required is not ~merely because the effect is not 74 1, 51 | matter causes diversity not merely ~of species, but of genus.~ 75 1, 51 | said to be corruptible not merely ~because God can reduce 76 1, 52 | asserting the fact, but merely using the opinion ~of the 77 1, 52 | angel not as its form, ~nor merely as its mover, but as its 78 1, 52 | the bodies are assumed merely for this purpose, that the 79 1, 53 | all things, and is ~not merely present in some places, 80 1, 58 | because, to know a singular, merely in ~its universal causes, 81 1, 58 | belongs to God alone; and not merely to know those events ~which 82 1, 58 | sometimes discovered not merely by outward ~act, but also 83 1, 59 | the Word, ~they know not merely the being of things as existing 84 1, 60 | not, indeed, as if it were merely guided by another towards ~ 85 1, 61 | natural ~love, which is merely natural, in so far as it 86 1, 61 | operation is self-centered not merely as to ~certain particular 87 1, 61 | inclined to preserve not merely its individuality, but ~ 88 1, 63 | Further, we do not merit by merely natural operations. But 89 1, 63 | and man alike can be from ~merely one act; because man merits 90 1, 63 | moved towards its end, not merely passively, ~but also by 91 1, 64 | presuppose ignorance, but merely absence of consideration 92 1, 64 | surpasses the angels, not merely in accidentals, but ~also 93 1, 64 | formation in order of time, but ~merely in order of nature. Now 94 1, 65 | of our intellect; and not merely because our ~intellect draws 95 1, 65 | of the will; because, not merely in different ~things, but 96 1, 67 | followed that to be made means merely to be changed; ~for since 97 1, 67 | consequent forms would ~be merely accidents, implying not 98 1, 67 | corruption ~would then be merely accidental through the disappearance 99 1, 68 | his works on logic, as he merely ~mentions them as the more 100 1, 68 | light since darkness is merely a privation of light. Light 101 1, 69 | take these days to denote merely sequence in the natural ~ 102 1, 69 | heavens of heavens' are ~merely the translation of the Hebrew 103 1, 70 | another in duration, but ~merely in the order of nature. 104 1, 71 | were made actually, and not merely virtually, for ~the firmament 105 1, 71 | been produced on ~that day merely as light in general; and 106 1, 71 | to imply that ~fishes are merely bodies having in them something 107 1, 72 | added, unless they are merely superfluous, for a thing 108 1, 75 | first of all a soul which is merely ~sensitive, and when this 109 1, 75 | were united to the body, merely as a motor, ~there would 110 1, 75 | were united to ~the body merely as a motor, it would be 111 1, 75 | were united to the body ~merely as its motor, we might say 112 1, 77 | operation ~in regard not merely to that which is united 113 1, 77 | desires the ~thing seen, not merely for the purpose of seeing 114 1, 78 | speculative intellect is ~merely an apprehensive power; while 115 1, 83 | grades of bodies, ~which merely exist, according to Gregory ( 116 1, 83 | same knowledge is not ~due merely to a participation of the 117 1, 84 | if what we ~understand is merely the intelligible species 118 1, 87 | by the senses, is due not merely to the fact that they ~corrupt 119 1, 92 | be called man's image, ~merely because of the generic likeness. 120 1, 93 | which cannot be known by ~merely human effort, and which 121 1, 94 | subject to God, was ~not a merely natural gift, but a supernatural 122 1, 101 | Some understand a place merely ~corporeal; others a place 123 1, 103 | a form as such, and not merely as existing in this ~matter, 124 1, 103 | consequently it is not merely the cause of "becoming" 125 1, 103 | potentiality to existence is merely receptive; ~the active power 126 1, 106 | 1]), to enlighten means ~merely to acquaint one man of what 127 1, 113 | tempt, sometimes indeed merely for the sake of ~knowing 128 1, 114 | that those accidents are merely ~material dispositions in 129 1, 117 | soul which was at first merely ~vegetative, afterwards 130 2, 1 | to any external ~end; but merely to the good of the jester, 131 2, 3 | God has not practical ~but merely speculative knowledge.~Aquin.: 132 2, 6 | repugnant to the will, this is merely a consideration of the mind. 133 2, 15 | to ~a particular thing is merely passive: whereas consent 134 2, 15 | which is active rather than merely passive.~Aquin.: SMT FS 135 2, 20 | else, that a thing is ~good merely from being subordinate; 136 2, 20 | a bitter draught is good merely ~because it procures health. 137 2, 29 | common nature, and not merely as an individual, is hostile 138 2, 30 | those that are not, is not merely a material difference; it ~ 139 2, 37 | of its movement, and not merely in respect of its ~measure 140 2, 42 | called evil of nature, not merely from ~being a privation 141 2, 42 | differ from other things, merely in the point of their lasting 142 2, 45 | something contrary to fear, but ~merely the exclusion of fear: for 143 2, 46 | to grieve for it, than ~merely to suffer it. But when a 144 2, 56 | well actually, and not ~merely to have the aptness to do 145 2, 57 | nature of virtue, through merely conferring aptness ~for 146 2, 57 | from right choice and not merely from impulse or passion. 147 2, 57 | lead a good life, and not merely that he ~may be a good man.~ 148 2, 58 | to be done (and this, not merely in general, but also ~in 149 2, 61 | the appetite: because ~it merely confers the faculty of doing 150 2, 61 | that, to wit, prudence is merely a certain rectitude of discretion 151 2, 66 | this argument, too, proves merely that moral virtue is ~better 152 2, 68 | Therefore they are not merely acts or passions but abiding ~ 153 2, 71 | sin of omission we look merely at that in which the essence 154 2, 73 | ways than if he were ~to merely to give to whom he ought 155 2, 74 | body are not principles but merely ~organs of action: wherefore 156 2, 78 | temporal good. Now evil is merely the privation of some good; 157 2, 84 | aspect of appetibility, ~merely through being apprehended, 158 2, 87 | who is punished, it ~is merely medicinal (except accidentally, 159 2, 87 | punishments, these are not merely medicinal, ~because the 160 2, 89 | gave ~way to vainglory, merely through hearing the serpent 161 2, 92 | But he that obeys the law, merely through fear of ~being punished, 162 2, 98 | therefore evident that it was merely from gratuitous election ~ 163 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 1: Worship is merely a declaration of faith: 164 2, 100 | father from charity, but merely that he must honor him. ~ 165 2, 102 | have a literal cause or merely a ~figurative cause?~Aquin.: 166 2, 102 | have not a literal, ~but merely a figurative cause. For 167 2, 102 | precepts had ~been given merely as figures of things to 168 2, 105 | because such houses are built merely ~with a view to the cultivation 169 2, 108 | that man should refrain not merely from those ~external works 170 2, 108 | or to work ~miracles, or merely to hear His words.~Aquin.: 171 2, 109 | movement there ~is required not merely the form which is the principle 172 2, 109 | the good act which is done merely by the natural reason of 173 2, 109 | law can be fulfilled, ~not merely as regards the substance 174 2, 109 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument merely proves that man needs no 175 2, 109 | heaven, where man ~will not merely be able to persevere but 176 2, 110 | implied in his soul; but we merely signify the Divine acceptance.~ 177 2, 110 | natural creatures, that not merely does He move them to their 178 2, 111 | cooperate with another not merely when ~it is a secondary 179 2, 111 | grace of ~healing," or merely for the purpose of manifesting 180 2, 111 | wisdom that a man may not merely think aright of Divine ~ 181 2, 111 | xiv, 1), "It is one thing merely to know what a man must 182 2, 112 | Christ is understood not merely the Divine Nature assuming, ~ 183 2, 112 | sacraments of the Old Law merely signify it. Now the ~sacraments 184 2, 113 | God's love consists not merely in the act of the Divine ~ 185 2, 114 | of a mover extends ~not merely to the last term of the 186 2, 114 | the present life; and not merely their ~speech but even their 187 2, 1 | taken flesh, for it was merely because He willed that He 188 2, 1 | the ~Catholic Church is merely a created being, it seems 189 2, 5 | scientific knowledge, but merely an opinion about it. ~Now 190 2, 8 | gift of understanding is merely speculative or also practical?~ 191 2, 8 | Reply OBJ 3: Faith implies merely assent to what is proposed 192 2, 9 | It is one thing for a man merely to know what he ~ought to 193 2, 10 | be called an unbeliever, merely because he has ~not the 194 2, 12 | first way it may happen merely ~in respect of the opinion 195 2, 12 | fitting things of God, differ merely as affirmation and negation. 196 2, 18 | its substance, ~implies merely fear of punishment, whether 197 2, 21 | warning or command, and not merely by way of ~promise, as in 198 2, 22 | that ~the human mind be merely moved, without being the 199 2, 22 | virtuousness are derived merely from its object, in ~so 200 2, 23 | advances in the way to God, not merely by actual ~increase of charity, 201 2, 26 | sight when ~we love them merely because they are our friends: 202 2, 26 | for God's sake, and not merely because they are our friends.~ 203 2, 28 | peace is not real but merely apparent.~Aquin.: SMT SS 204 2, 30 | relieve the ~poor is sought merely for the purpose of relieving 205 2, 30 | and in this way they have merely a ~corporal effect, inasmuch 206 2, 30 | case of urgency, and had merely sufficient ~to support himself 207 2, 31 | himself any better, ~but merely that he offers his help 208 2, 31 | it does not coerce, but merely admonishes. Consequently ~ 209 2, 34 | of God's grace, and not merely for our neighbor's ~good. 210 2, 35 | unites." Now discord is merely a separation of wills. Therefore 211 2, 41 | spiritual downfall, but merely to satisfy ~his own will. 212 2, 42 | to a contrary object, but merely hinders the use of charity.~ 213 2, 43 | Para. 1/1~Whether wisdom is merely speculative, or practical 214 2, 43 | wisdom is not practical but merely ~speculative. For the gift 215 2, 43 | intellectual virtue, ~is merely speculative. Much more therefore 216 2, 43 | tediousness." ~Therefore wisdom is merely contemplative, and not practical 217 2, 43 | Therefore wisdom is ~not merely speculative, but also practical.~ 218 2, 43 | wisdom as a gift, is not merely speculative but also ~practical.~ 219 2, 45 | consists not in thought merely, but ~in its application 220 2, 45 | something more than a ~merely rational habit," such as 221 2, 45 | object is called special, not merely ~according to the consideration 222 2, 45 | Diligence is twofold: one is merely sufficient with regard ~ 223 2, 51 | taken as ~a negation, so as merely to signify the absence of 224 2, 51 | property when he ought not, merely through the lust of possession, 225 2, 52 | when he loves Him with a merely natural ~love; and this 226 2, 56 | Now things that differ merely in their mode of being or ~ 227 2, 56 | one thing to another, but merely by ~comparison with the 228 2, 56 | implies a real and not merely a rational diversity.~Aquin.: 229 2, 57 | unjustly: "Whatever they do not merely in ~ignorance but through 230 2, 59 | surpasses the passion if he be merely deprived of that thing, 231 2, 60 | for 'less.' Aristotle ~merely says that to have more than 232 2, 60 | obtain a thing is to have it merely ~virtually or potentially, 233 2, 60 | hands ~on Church property, merely in intention, when, to wit, 234 2, 61 | but if they be honored merely for their ~wealth, it will 235 2, 62 | like the plants, which merely have life, are all alike 236 2, 62 | him, even as a sword is merely the instrument to him that ~ 237 2, 63 | integrity, while a blow ~merely affects the sense with pain, 238 2, 64 | In another way secrecy is merely a circumstance of ~sin, 239 2, 72 | name, deprives him ~not merely of one friend, but of many, 240 2, 74 | it, whereas the backbiter merely ~signifies an evil already 241 2, 81 | this, that the speculative merely apprehends ~its object, 242 2, 81 | secondly imperfectly, by merely ~disposing to the effect, 243 2, 83 | is deserving of praise merely through being offered to 244 2, 85 | to ~give to the poor not merely the tenth part, but all 245 2, 86 | already; ~while he that merely purposes to do something 246 2, 87 | that, Whatever is required merely as a remedy for an infirmity ~ 247 2, 88 | Para. 3/3~If, however, he merely intend, through reverence 248 2, 93 | divinations seem to differ merely according to the various 249 2, 93 | necromancy"; the second is merely an observation of the disposition 250 2, 93 | nothing of the kind, but merely an observation of God's ~ 251 2, 98 | the priest, because it is ~merely a bodily element. But if 252 2, 98 | buying, ~because he intended merely to buy an ordinary plot 253 2, 98 | granted to layfolk, but ~merely the temporal commodities 254 2, 100 | relation to others, but merely a ~certain excellence in 255 2, 104 | I am ungrateful and not merely ~unjust, unless I rejoice 256 2, 108 | intention of being believed, but merely for the sake of giving ~ 257 2, 108 | sins mortally if one has merely the intention of committing 258 2, 112 | friendliness, which ~consists merely in outward words or deeds; 259 2, 112 | received. For it regards merely a ~certain debt of equity, 260 2, 115 | however, ~this inexperience merely removes the impediment to 261 2, 118 | if legal justice denote merely that which complies with 262 2, 120 | we owe our parents not merely honor but also support. ~ 263 2, 120 | Now the last six precepts merely forbid one to injure one' 264 2, 121 | negation. Now to endure is merely not to fear, whereas to 265 2, 122 | is ~not called a martyr merely for suffering imprisonment, 266 2, 129 | falsehood." Yet ~they who, merely for the sake of honor, either 267 2, 130 | through ~vainglory, and not merely in respect of one act, vainglory 268 2, 133 | opposed to meanness, it would merely ~consist in excessive spending. 269 2, 134 | preserved them directly, but merely ~because it removes their 270 2, 134 | who sin through weakness, merely because they persist a long 271 2, 135 | any passions, but consists merely in a ~certain firmness of 272 2, 137 | is very difficult, not ~merely to do virtuous deeds, which 273 2, 138 | not ~have been commanded merely, as Augustine says (De Serm. 274 2, 144 | creature of God is ~evil, but merely in order to chastise the 275 2, 146 | inordinate concupiscence merely in regard of things directed 276 2, 150 | chastity is deserving of praise merely because it ~abstains from 277 2, 152 | against his own body, not ~merely because the pleasure of 278 2, 152 | they imply a transgression ~merely of that which is determined 279 2, 152 | generation, than as regards ~merely her guardianship. Wherefore 280 2, 153 | virtue, which refrains not merely from unlawful goods, ~but 281 2, 154 | rather than to ~those which merely occasion them. Now that 282 2, 154 | the part of the ~body is merely an occasional cause of incontinence; 283 2, 154 | of incontinence, ~but are merely the occasion thereof, since, 284 2, 155 | whereas ~meekness is not merely of superior to inferior, 285 2, 157 | the person ~punished, but merely the pleasure they derive 286 2, 159 | Now this is sometimes done merely as to outward signs and 287 2, 159 | deficiency; namely that not merely one simply assert one's ~ 288 2, 160 | the object of pride, were ~merely some sensible object, whereto 289 2, 163 | man to be tempted with a ~merely spiritual, instead of an 290 2, 163 | suggestion, a change is wrought merely on an outward creature. ~ 291 2, 170 | receive the gift of prophecy merely for the good of others. 292 2, 171 | the prophet's mind, or merely a new light?~Aquin.: SMT 293 2, 171 | things are impressed, ~but merely an intellectual light.~Aquin.: 294 2, 171 | things are impressed, and not merely ~an intellectual light.~ 295 2, 171 | intellect be enlightened merely for the purpose of judging 296 2, 171 | thing, sometimes he is ~led merely to apprehend that thing, 297 2, 172 | is more a prophet, who is merely endowed with the understanding 298 2, 173 | expressly of rapture, it would merely signify that ~love is the 299 2, 179 | pertaining to the active life, ~merely as dispositions to contemplation, 300 2, 182 | since it is not enough merely to leave, Peter added that ~ 301 2, 184 | vow of poverty; and not merely against a precept of the ~ 302 2, 185 | admonishment of the Apostle, not merely to be borne with as ~being 303 2, 185 | prescribed manual labor merely as a remedy for the sin 304 2, 185 | preaching, for they preached merely for a temporal advantage; ~ 305 2, 186 | anything of the world, but merely for the sake of serving 306 2, 186 | better to ~enlighten than merely to shine, so is it better 307 2, 186 | one's contemplation than merely to contemplate. The other 308 2, 186 | set by for the common use, merely as a ~means of livelihood 309 2, 187 | however, ~in vowing he thought merely of entering religion, without 310 2, 187 | above (Q[188], A[6]), ~not merely on severity, but chiefly 311 2, 187 | Judaism "from paganism, was merely misled; but when he saw 312 3, 1 | due to original sin, but merely ~pain of loss, as has been 313 3, 1 | Incarnation is to be viewed not as merely ~the terminus of a movement 314 3, 2 | was assumed by the ~Word merely as an instrument, and not 315 3, 2 | Divine Nature is united not merely to the soul, but to the 316 3, 2 | something pre-required not merely ~for reward, but also for 317 3, 4 | God to men is shown not merely in the ~assumption of human 318 3, 5 | workmen are esteemed not merely for displaying their skill 319 3, 7 | which nowise acts, but is ~merely acted upon; but an instrument 320 3, 7 | inasmuch as He ~was not merely a "comprehensor," but a " 321 3, 7 | above prophets, who are ~merely "wayfarers"; but not above 322 3, 7 | grace can be increased not merely on the part of ~the form, 323 3, 8 | those who are united to Him merely in potentiality, which is 324 3, 8 | comprehensors. Now Christ was ~not merely a wayfarer, but a comprehensor. 325 3, 8 | therefore He is the Head ~not merely of the faithful, but of 326 3, 8 | there may be implied not merely the principal but also ~ 327 3, 9 | of Christ ~there was not merely a passive, but also an active 328 3, 10 | can be understood not ~merely of the Divine knowledge, 329 3, 10 | widely, as ~extending not merely to such things as are in 330 3, 10 | that the Son knows, not merely in the Divine Nature, but 331 3, 10 | He knows all things, not ~merely whatever are in act at any 332 3, 10 | of knowledge depends not merely on the number of ~knowable 333 3, 11 | Passion, Christ was not merely a wayfarer but also a comprehensor; 334 3, 11 | most perfect, simply, but ~merely in the genus of human knowledge; 335 3, 12 | things may be acquired not merely by ~experiencing the things 336 3, 12 | increased in essence, but ~merely by experience, i.e. by comparing 337 3, 13 | something else is more than merely to ~have the form; as to 338 3, 13 | to enlighten is more than merely to ~be lightsome. Hence 339 3, 15 | man ~needs a pattern not merely of right living, but also 340 3, 15 | is subject to pain, not merely on ~account of the necessity 341 3, 16 | predicated of the other: unless merely by a figurative expression, ~ 342 3, 16 | of another, we must not merely consider what the ~predicate 343 3, 16 | without being ~changed and merely by the change of him on 344 3, 16 | Christ is a suppositum not merely of human nature, but also ~ 345 3, 17 | say that Christ is one not merely in the masculine, ~but also 346 3, 17 | diversity of substance. Now not merely the ~nature, but also the 347 3, 17 | that in Christ there is not merely one being, but ~two. For 348 3, 17 | is said ~to subsist not merely in the Divine, but also 349 3, 18 | Christ a human will, not merely as a natural ~power, or 350 3, 19 | grace was in Christ not ~merely as in an individual, but 351 3, 19 | since it perceives not merely for itself ~alone, but for 352 3, 22 | Christ also had an effect not merely in others, but also in ~ 353 3, 25 | thus we venerate the cross merely as Christ's image, which 354 3, 26 | either of God alone, or ~merely the Son of a man." But He 355 3, 28 | not infrequently points merely to some thing previously 356 3, 30 | Intellectual vision excels merely imaginary and merely ~bodily 357 3, 30 | excels merely imaginary and merely ~bodily vision. But Augustine 358 3, 32 | cooperate ~actively, but merely supplied the matter thereof. 359 3, 33 | beginning may be considered merely in regard to time. And thus, 360 3, 34 | conception Christ should receive merely habitual ~grace without 361 3, 35 | in begetting ~Christ, but merely supplied the matter. But 362 3, 35 | not ~something real, but merely a certain aspect, as the 363 3, 38 | were vain, being ordered ~merely unto carnal cleanliness. 364 3, 38 | for this purpose, but was ~merely in preparation for the baptism 365 3, 38 | even if it were instituted merely in order that Christ might 366 3, 38 | imprinted a character, but was merely "in water," as he says himself ( 367 3, 38 | baptism in water only, not merely had the omission ~to be 368 3, 39 | prescribed by the law was merely ~figurative, whereas John' 369 3, 39 | should be ~baptized, not merely before their thirtieth year, 370 3, 39 | baptized, the heavens were merely opened: ~but after He had 371 3, 39 | Now since this dove came merely "in order to signify ~something 372 3, 41 | because it comes about by merely outward ~suggestion. But 373 3, 41 | against God. Nor does he say merely, "if Thou wilt adore me," 374 3, 42 | Him most excellent, but merely human, wisdom. These say 375 3, 46 | him and deliver man, not merely by the power ~of His Godhead, 376 3, 46 | suffers, he grieves not merely ~on account of the penalty, 377 3, 46 | human race from sins not ~merely by His power, but also according 378 3, 46 | to reason in Christ, but ~merely subjectively, as was stated 379 3, 46 | death sentence, not for merely tearing up a document, but 380 3, 48 | But He was ~glorified, not merely in Himself, but likewise 381 3, 50 | united, and not consisted merely as His death.~Aquin.: SMT 382 3, 51 | wrapping up of the body was merely a question of becoming propriety. ~ 383 3, 55 | had been with them not merely by His bodily presence, 384 3, 55 | our Saviour ~commanded not merely the eleven, but all the 385 3, 57 | perfection or preservation; but merely out of a certain ~fittingness. 386 3, 58 | transitive one, ~implies merely personal distinction and 387 3, 61 | of the sacraments is not merely bodily, but to ~a certain 388 3, 62 | this reason, that it is not merely a cause ~but also in a measure 389 3, 62 | justifying grace: and they merely signified faith by which ~ 390 3, 65 | of spiritual, ~and not of merely sacramental, eating, as 391 3, 66 | sacramental forms, are ~said not merely for the purpose of signification, 392 3, 71 | do not effect this; they ~merely remove these impediments. 393 3, 74 | to alter the species, but merely disposition ~towards corruption, 394 3, 74 | necessary for the Passion; but ~merely to show its effect, which 395 3, 75 | sacrament in very truth, or merely ~as in a figure or sign?~ 396 3, 75 | Himself ~crucified, not merely in signification or figure, 397 3, 75 | Christ is in this sacrament ~merely according to mystical signification, 398 3, 76 | remains entire, and not ~merely when it is broken, as some 399 3, 76 | Christ underlying them, not merely as ~by way of veil (just 400 3, 76 | apparition comes about not merely by ~a change wrought in 401 3, 77 | would not be sensible, but merely intelligible.~Aquin.: SMT 402 3, 77 | into the human ~body, but merely refresh and hearten by acting 403 3, 77 | at all in reality, but ~merely in the eyes of the beholders. 404 3, 78 | of this sacrament implies merely the ~consecration of the 405 3, 78 | Christ's entire body, and not merely His flesh; as was said above ( 406 3, 78 | creation of ~things it worked merely effectively, and such efficiency 407 3, 78 | Passion has its efficacy not merely ~in the elect among the 408 3, 78 | significatively, and not merely ~materially. Nor does it 409 3, 78 | truth in this sacrament, but merely as in a ~sign, which is 410 3, 78 | of its being uttered, but merely at ~the last instant thereof; 411 3, 79 | sacrament is beneficial not merely ~to them who receive it.~ 412 3, 79 | of this sacrament, but ~merely in part. For, it has been 413 3, 80 | sacrament; and this is not merely to eat Christ ~spiritually, 414 3, 80 | that the sinner, and not ~merely the just, can eat Christ' 415 3, 80 | united with ~Christ not merely sacramentally, but likewise 416 3, 81 | understood that He took them merely ~into His hands, as some 417 3, 81 | of this ~sacrament is not merely an increase of habitual 418 3, 82 | several things, and not merely ~in one: thus the power 419 3, 82 | consecrating power is not merely in the words, but ~likewise 420 3, 82 | power. But he does not lose merely the ~use, for thus the degraded 421 3, 82 | sacrifice is considered not merely in ~relation to the faithful 422 3, 83 | was not consecrated, but merely an ~ordinary supper-room 423 3, 83 | altars to be consecrated not merely with the anointing ~of chrism, 424 3, 83 | them it is offered; and not merely on ~the part of the recipients, 425 3, 84 | perfects the sacrament by ~merely pronouncing the words over 426 3, 85 | is a special virtue ~not merely because it sorrows for evil 427 3, 85 | against anyone is not made ~by merely ceasing to offend, but it 428 3, 90 | But sin can be ~completed merely in the thought by consent, 429 Suppl, 15| of a ~satisfactory, but merely of a vindictive character.~ 430 Suppl, 18| beginning of this article], ~but merely disposes the recipient to 431 Suppl, 18| power of the keys would merely declare the Divine ~operation 432 Suppl, 18| between Him and ~those who act merely as ministers.~ 433 Suppl, 19| order: ~their anointing is merely a sign that the excellence 434 Suppl, 19| Consequently, since man is merely an instrument in the use 435 Suppl, 21| First, by being ~deprived merely of the participation of 436 Suppl, 23| excommunication, which deprives a man merely of a share in the ~sacraments, 437 Suppl, 25| judgment, and that they ~merely serve to free him from the 438 Suppl, 36| the higher orders), but merely to voice the words. ~Therefore 439 Suppl, 37| But ~the acolyte's act is merely corporeal. Therefore the 440 Suppl, 38| who baptizes exercises a merely outward ministry, so ~does 441 Suppl, 46| sexual union, and does not merely for this reason consent ~ 442 Suppl, 47| since the law considers not merely ~internal actions, but rather 443 Suppl, 47| sacrament ~in baptism, it is merely the cause that elicits the 444 Suppl, 49| spiritual death after a merely ~spiritual union.~Aquin.: 445 Suppl, 49| not of a marriage good but merely of pleasure?~Aquin.: SMT 446 Suppl, 49| not of a marriage good but merely of pleasure, he commits 447 Suppl, 49| for a man to use his wife merely to ~satisfy his desire.~ 448 Suppl, 53| then a simple vow contains merely a simple ~promise of one' 449 Suppl, 61| Human law considers marriage merely as fulfilling an office ~ 450 Suppl, 67| rearing of the offspring, not merely for a time, but throughout 451 Suppl, 70| dependant on the body, and merely as a mover is united to 452 Suppl, 70| that the soul is punished merely by seeing ~the fire, as 453 Suppl, 70| suffers from the fire by merely seeing it." But this does 454 Suppl, 71| speaking, in the above words, merely ~according to the opinion 455 Suppl, 71| offered for them, and this was merely ~to render themselves fit 456 Suppl, 72| prayer of the martyrs is merely their desire to obtain ~ 457 Suppl, 72| not asserted by him; he merely says that he found them ~ 458 Suppl, 77| the truth of human nature merely on account of the perfection ~ 459 Suppl, 79| But passibility denotes merely potential defect. Since ~ 460 Suppl, 79| impassible ~substance, but merely an external preventive to 461 Suppl, 79| have considered smell to be merely a volatile ~evaporation. 462 Suppl, 79| the organ of hearing ~by a merely spiritual alteration. Nor 463 Suppl, 93| sins more than one ~who merely consents in the act, because 464 Suppl, 93| since they are directed merely to the taming of the flesh: 465 Suppl, 94| case if that weeping were merely ~spiritual. Therefore, etc.~ 466 Suppl, 94| torment of the wicked be merely ~spiritual, in that they


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