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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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condition

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | some kind ~of corporeal condition; for their meaning is bound 2 1, 13 | imply and mean a corporeal condition in the thing ~signified.~ 3 1, 19 | some men of every class and condition to be saved, ~males and 4 1, 19 | small, but not all of ~every condition. Thirdly, according to Damascene ( 5 1, 20 | good under some special condition, as joy and delight regard ~ 6 1, 20 | angels. But as to natural condition an ~angel is better than 7 1, 21 | things what is proper to the condition of each; and preserves ~ 8 1, 21 | to it by its ~nature and condition. This debt however is derived 9 1, 25 | understood either on a ~condition, the antecedent of which 10 1, 25 | it is ~according to the condition of the proximate cause that 11 1, 55 | forms to an intelligible ~condition, except it were first to 12 1, 56 | natural and its intelligible condition, so that he should subsist 13 1, 58 | process ~at all. Such is the condition of the angels, because in 14 1, 62 | remote from ~their natural condition: while merit comes midway 15 1, 62 | progress belong to this present condition of ~life. But angels are 16 1, 63 | grace, and not from the condition of nature. ~The reason of 17 1, 63 | creature; ~considering the condition of its nature.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 64 | of the ~sin, but in the condition of their nature or state. 19 1, 64 | according to ~the manner and condition of their state, as has been 20 1, 66 | taken as referring to the condition of primary ~matter, which 21 1, 66 | ascribed by Plato, not to the ~condition of matter, but to the will 22 1, 66 | thereto is privation. But this condition implies ~corruptibility. 23 1, 66 | from the beginning the condition of the empyrean.~Aquin.: 24 1, 75 | received according to the condition of the recipient. ~Now a 25 1, 75 | and beast is one, and the condition of both ~is equal." But 26 1, 76 | received ~according to the condition of the receiver. But the 27 1, 76 | received according to the condition of the ~receiver. Therefore 28 1, 76 | outside the soul in the ~same condition as those under which it 29 1, 76 | to be in some particular condition; and in like ~manner, when 30 1, 76 | body, if we ~consider the condition of each separately: so that 31 1, 77 | great, or in some particular condition; for its subject is an ~ 32 1, 56 | forms to an intelligible ~condition, except it were first to 33 1, 57 | natural and its intelligible condition, so that he should subsist 34 1, 59 | process at all. Such is the condition of the angels, because in 35 1, 63 | remote from ~their natural condition: while merit comes midway 36 1, 63 | progress belong to this present condition of ~life. But angels are 37 1, 64 | grace, and not from the condition of nature. ~The reason of 38 1, 64 | creature; ~considering the condition of its nature.~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 65 | of the ~sin, but in the condition of their nature or state. 40 1, 65 | according to ~the manner and condition of their state, as has been 41 1, 67 | taken as referring to the condition of primary ~matter, which 42 1, 67 | ascribed by Plato, not to the ~condition of matter, but to the will 43 1, 67 | thereto is privation. But this condition implies ~corruptibility. 44 1, 67 | from the beginning the condition of the empyrean.~Aquin.: 45 1, 74 | received according to the condition of the recipient. ~Now a 46 1, 74 | and beast is one, and the condition of both ~is equal." But 47 1, 75 | received ~according to the condition of the receiver. But the 48 1, 75 | received according to the condition of the ~receiver. Therefore 49 1, 75 | outside the soul in the ~same condition as those under which it 50 1, 75 | to be in some particular condition; and in like ~manner, when 51 1, 75 | body, if we ~consider the condition of each separately: so that 52 1, 76 | great, or in some particular condition; for its subject is an ~ 53 1, 77 | quantity, according to the condition of the matter.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 78 | knows a thing under a ~condition of a fixed time; which involves 55 1, 78 | signifies being under a condition of fixed time, is something 56 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The condition of past may be referred 57 1, 78 | the part of the act, the ~condition of past, even as such, may 58 1, 89 | production; (3) the state and ~condition of the first man; (4) the 59 1, 89 | equal in their natural ~condition, and differ only by merit; 60 1, 93 | 1/2 - OF THE STATE AND CONDITION OF THE FIRST MAN AS REGARDS 61 1, 93 | next consider the state or condition of the first man; first, 62 1, 93 | to be considered: (1) The condition of man as to his ~intellect; ( 63 1, 93 | his ~intellect; (2) the condition of man as to his will.~Aquin.: 64 1, 95 | 1/1~On the contrary, The condition of man in the state of innocence 65 1, 95 | not ~more exalted than the condition of the angels. But among 66 1, 98 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CONDITION OF THE OFFSPRING AS TO THE 67 1, 98 | We must now consider the condition of the offspring - first, 68 1, 99 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CONDITION OF THE OFFSPRING AS REGARDS 69 1, 99 | now have to consider the condition of the offspring as to ~ 70 1, 100 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CONDITION OF THE OFFSPRING AS REGARDS 71 1, 100 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the condition of the offspring as to knowledge. 72 1, 101 | over it. By the second ~condition, it is a fitting abode for 73 1, 107 | liberty, free from servile condition and common ~subjection, 74 2, 5 | a beginning owing to the condition of the ~participator: but 75 2, 5 | no end by reason of the condition of the good, ~the participation 76 2, 5 | attain it, is of more noble condition than ~a nature which cannot 77 2, 6 | which is such, subject to a condition, is such in a ~certain respect; 78 2, 6 | what is such, without any condition, is such ~simply: thus what 79 2, 6 | necessary, subject to a condition, is necessary in ~some respect: 80 2, 6 | voluntary, save under a condition, namely, in order that the 81 2, 6 | is voluntary without any ~condition, that is to say, according 82 2, 6 | involuntary, under a certain condition, that is to say, if such 83 2, 6 | knowledge, which is a necessary condition of ~voluntariness, as was 84 2, 7 | through the act; as place and condition of person; whereas ~others 85 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A condition of the cause, on which the 86 2, 7 | it must be an additional condition. Thus, ~in regard to the 87 2, 9 | causes: namely, from the condition, ~either of the thing proposed, 88 2, 17 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the condition of a slave is that of one 89 2, 17 | power of sight, ~and on the condition of the eye, which condition 90 2, 17 | condition of the eye, which condition is a help or a hindrance ~ 91 2, 17 | reason. On the other hand, ~condition or disposition of the body 92 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The condition of the body stands in a 93 2, 17 | through anger. Now the condition that precedes, is not subject 94 2, 17 | cannot cease at once. But the condition that is ~consequent, follows 95 2, 18 | white nor black; nor is it a condition of his ~species that he 96 2, 18 | reason, as the principal ~condition of the object that determines 97 2, 18 | it may happen that the ~condition as to place, in relation 98 2, 18 | considered here as the ~principal condition of the object, and as itself 99 2, 18 | action, is ~considered as a condition of the object, as stated 100 2, 18 | it ~becomes a principal condition of the object, then it does 101 2, 18 | except a certain other condition be presupposed, from ~which 102 2, 18 | in regard to some other condition of the action, as stated 103 2, 18 | derived from this other condition of the action.~Aquin.: SMT 104 2, 35 | disagreeing with the normal condition of ~the organ, as the taste 105 2, 35 | that it exceeds the normal condition of the ~organ, as stated 106 2, 35 | corporally, which is a necessary condition of the sense of ~touch; 107 2, 39 | evils. Consequently it is a condition of goodness, that, ~supposing 108 2, 39 | to the Divine will is a ~condition of the rectitude of the 109 2, 41 | apprehension is a necessary ~condition of pleasure and sorrow), 110 2, 42 | remedy. Because it is a condition of fear, that there ~be 111 2, 49 | are necessary. The first condition is that which is disposed ~ 112 2, 49 | Body Para. 2/3~The second condition is, that that which is in 113 2, 49 | Body Para. 3/3~The third condition is that in disposing the 114 2, 50 | indifferent to many, which is a ~condition for a habit, as we have 115 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 2: "To know" is a condition required for moral virtue, ~ 116 2, 56 | things to be done, it is a condition ~thereof that man be rightly 117 2, 57 | right ~use of it. The latter condition, as above stated (Q[55], 118 2, 58 | provided they ~be in a healthy condition, for as soon as reason commands, 119 2, 59 | virtue, which ~is a good condition of the mind. Therefore sorrow 120 2, 59 | anything depends on the condition of its ~nature. Now there 121 2, 60 | since such are of base condition, and are ~becoming to man 122 2, 61 | is given to that general condition from which ~the virtue's 123 2, 61 | in him according ~to the condition of his nature, are called " 124 2, 64 | according to ~the measure of our condition. Consequently it is possible 125 2, 64 | a good in excess of his condition; or ~to despair through 126 2, 64 | which according to his ~condition he might hope for. But there 127 2, 73 | aggravated by reason of the condition of the person ~against whom 128 2, 73 | aggravated by reason of the ~condition of the person against whom 129 2, 73 | inwardly. ~Therefore the condition of the person against whom 130 2, 73 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, if the condition of the person aggravated 131 2, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the condition of the person who sins aggravates 132 2, 73 | measured. Therefore the condition of the ~person sinned against 133 2, 73 | ungodly." Therefore the condition of ~the person sinned against 134 2, 77 | far as it is owing to a condition of the ~flesh that the passions 135 2, 78 | acquired by custom, or a sickly condition on the part of the body, ~ 136 2, 81 | were a result, not of the condition of matter, but ~of original 137 2, 84 | but ~rather that general condition of every sin, consisting 138 2, 84 | First, on account of the condition of ~the sinner, who is disposed 139 2, 85 | For we may note a twofold condition in ~any matter, one which 140 2, 85 | agent, and is a natural condition of matter. Thus, a smith 141 2, 85 | and in respect of this ~condition iron is a matter adapted 142 2, 85 | corruptible is due to a condition of matter, ~and is not chosen 143 2, 87 | gravity, but by reason of the condition of the subject, viz. a ~ 144 2, 91 | according to his proper natural condition, is that he ~should act 145 2, 96 | be in keeping with their condition, for, as Isidore says ~( 146 2, 97 | on account of the changed condition of man, to whom ~different 147 2, 97 | to the difference of his ~condition. An example is proposed 148 2, 97 | unequal. Wherefore when the condition of ~any person requires 149 2, 98 | might disturb the peaceful ~condition of the state. On the other 150 2, 98 | but with regard to the condition of time. So, too, precepts 151 2, 98 | perfect in comparison with the condition of those ~to whom they are 152 2, 102 | was changed as regards the condition of the people ~that were 153 2, 102 | should recognize the unhappy condition of ~human nature, and humbly 154 2, 109 | befitting and proportionate condition; but without exterior help 155 2, 109 | this special reason - the condition of the state of ~human nature. 156 2, 110 | rational creature above ~the condition of its nature to a participation 157 2, 111 | second debt ~regards the condition of nature. Thus we say it 158 2, 112 | and yet, ~looking to the condition of the thing caused, it 159 2, 112 | OBJ 2: It is an essential condition of knowledge that a man 160 2, 112 | again, it is an essential ~condition of faith that a man should 161 2, 113 | justice according to the condition of his human nature. But 162 2, 113 | its change as regards the condition of ~temporal movements, 163 2, 1 | of the Church, and ~the condition of creatures. Therefore 164 2, 4 | virtue, but is a general condition of every virtue; since ~ 165 2, 12 | goodness is a necessary condition of blasphemy. Now those 166 2, 13 | special kind of sin, but a condition or general ~circumstance 167 2, 13 | special sin, but a ~general condition of sin: whereas, in so far 168 2, 17 | answer that, Just as it is a condition of happiness that the will ~ 169 2, 17 | rest therein, so is it a condition of punishment, that what ~ 170 2, 17 | damnation is a necessary ~condition of the punishment of the 171 2, 18 | certain mover, ~the first condition required is that it be a 172 2, 23 | depends neither on the condition of nature nor on the capacity 173 2, 23 | is consistent ~with his condition that he should be borne 174 2, 23 | its act, on account of the condition of its subject.~Aquin.: 175 2, 26 | in respect of their own ~condition, whereas the act of a cognitive 176 2, 30 | whatever ~is a necessary condition to the love of our neighbor 177 2, 41 | needs occur, seeing the condition of man who fails to ~shield 178 2, 41 | to be understood on the condition that he does not change 179 2, 47 | that which is a necessary condition of every intellectual ~virtue, 180 2, 47 | guides, are very far from the condition of things intelligible, 181 2, 54 | due, which is a necessary condition for a ~precept, as stated 182 2, 54 | due, which is a necessary condition for a precept, ~because 183 2, 56 | and this is a necessary condition of ~justice. For it does 184 2, 60 | money or in honor, ~the condition of either party being duly 185 2, 60 | compensation, according to the condition ~of persons and things.~ 186 2, 68 | owing to ~some external condition, as in the case of poor 187 2, 75 | considerable. ~I add this condition, because the just price 188 2, 75 | and lasts longer in its condition of purity than ~counterfeit 189 2, 75 | carefully inquiring into its condition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 190 2, 76 | to borrow money under a condition of usury?~Aquin.: SMT SS 191 2, 76 | unpunished, on account of ~the condition of those who are imperfect, 192 2, 76 | sort of compensation as condition ~of the loan.~Aquin.: SMT 193 2, 76 | gratuity, nor is one in a worse condition through lending.~Aquin.: 194 2, 76 | to borrow money under a condition of usury?~Aquin.: SMT SS 195 2, 76 | to borrow money under a ~condition of usury. For the Apostle 196 2, 76 | that borrows money under a ~condition of usury consents in the 197 2, 76 | borrows from him under a condition of usury. ~Therefore he 198 2, 76 | that accepts a loan under a condition of usury does not sin.~Aquin.: 199 2, 76 | induce a man to lend under a condition of usury: yet ~it is lawful 200 2, 77 | thereof, and a necessary condition of the ~formal and completive 201 2, 79 | subjection of man who, by his condition, is under an ~obligation 202 2, 81 | we consider their natural condition, do not ~know what takes 203 2, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is a condition of prayer that one pray 204 2, 81 | respect they are not in a condition to ~pray, but rather in 205 2, 81 | to ~pray, but rather in a condition that requires us to pray 206 2, 81 | attention is a necessary condition of prayer?~Aquin.: SMT SS 207 2, 81 | attention is a necessary condition of prayer. ~It is written ( 208 2, 81 | attention is a necessary condition of prayer.~Aquin.: SMT SS 209 2, 81 | attention is a necessary condition of prayer.~Aquin.: SMT SS 210 2, 81 | Further, it is a necessary condition of prayer that it should 211 2, 81 | would seem a ~necessary condition of prayer that it should 212 2, 81 | attention is a ~necessary condition: wherefore it is written ( 213 2, 81 | first act and a necessary condition of all its secondary acts, 214 2, 81 | insinuation." The ~third condition is the reason for impetrating 215 2, 84 | offered by way of oblation, a ~condition of which is that it should 216 2, 85 | in accordance with the condition of that people to whom the 217 2, 85 | accordance with this people's condition, are called "judicial precepts." ~ 218 2, 85 | In accordance with the condition of that people there was 219 2, 86 | overburdening nature. on this ~condition such things may be the matter 220 2, 86 | if it be ~taken under a condition to be fulfilled in the future. 221 2, 86 | time, or under a certain ~condition, one is not bound to immediate 222 2, 86 | whatever belongs to the condition of a thing, would seem ~ 223 2, 86 | does ~not belong to the condition of a vow.~Aquin.: SMT SS 224 2, 86 | power, except under the condition that he whose ~power it 225 2, 86 | to contain the ~requisite condition, providing, namely, that 226 2, 86 | power contain an ~implied condition, namely, that they be not 227 2, 86 | annulled by the superior. ~This condition renders them licit and valid 228 2, 86 | continency is an essential ~condition of the religious state, 229 2, 86 | every vow supposes as a condition that ~the superior prelate 230 2, 86 | or a son, supposes this condition, if ~"the father or master 231 2, 87 | part of justice, but for a condition of speech.~Aquin.: SMT SS 232 2, 87 | perchance it included some condition, for ~instance, "provided 233 2, 87 | consent" or some such like condition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 234 2, 87 | Whether an oath is voided by a condition of person or time?~Aquin.: 235 2, 87 | oath is not voided by a condition of person ~or time. An oath, 236 2, 87 | oath is not ~voided by a condition of person or time.~Aquin.: 237 2, 96 | understood this requisite condition - that the thing commanded ~ 238 2, 116 | live in keeping with his condition of life. Wherefore it will ~ 239 2, 121 | general virtue, or rather a ~condition of every virtue, since as 240 2, 127 | as ~fortitude, but is a condition thereof.~Aquin.: SMT SS 241 2, 127 | fear: in ~this way it is a condition of fortitude and of magnanimity.~ 242 2, 127 | certain security from being a condition of a ~virtue, although perfect 243 2, 132 | it agrees with it as the condition of its matter: since it 244 2, 135 | a special virtue, ~but a condition of every virtue.~Aquin.: 245 2, 139 | and this ~is a general condition of every virtue. However, 246 2, 139 | for the sake of a sound condition of body." Other things that ~ 247 2, 139 | hindrance to health and a sound condition of body; and these ~temperance 248 2, 139 | necessary for health or a sound ~condition of body, "so long as they 249 2, 139 | health and a sound bodily condition, but also that they be not ~ 250 2, 143 | as an ~integral part or condition attaching thereto.~Aquin.: 251 2, 147 | is denominated from some condition common ~to the virtues, 252 2, 147 | commendable to satisfy that condition of ~virtue: thus fortitude 253 2, 152 | virgin, or of some other condition. Therefore it seems that 254 2, 152 | which would ~alter the whole condition of his life, as was the 255 2, 152 | incest implies a special condition on the part of the woman, 256 2, 155 | the body lapsing from the condition due ~to the human species, 257 2, 156 | externally; and ~if this condition be disregarded, anger will 258 2, 161 | that, if we consider the condition attaching to these persons, 259 2, 161 | circumstance of personal ~condition, on account of which the 260 2, 162 | of beasts is one, and the condition of them both equal." But 261 2, 162 | natural to man. Now this condition attached to the nature of 262 2, 162 | On the other ~hand, this condition is not attached to the adaptability 263 2, 162 | natural on account of a condition attaching to matter, and 264 2, 162 | other animals regards a condition ~attaching to matter, namely 265 2, 163 | maintain, nature." Now it is ~a condition attaching to human nature 266 2, 163 | resist the tempter. Now the condition attaching to man's nature 267 2, 175 | chiefly, on account of the condition attaching to the ~female 268 2, 181 | notion of a state denotes a condition of freedom or servitude?~ 269 2, 181 | state does not denote a ~condition of freedom or servitude. 270 2, 181 | in that ~which regards a condition of the person himself.~Aquin.: 271 2, 181 | A[1]), state regards a condition of ~servitude or freedom, 272 2, 182 | state properly regards a ~condition of freedom or servitude. 273 2, 182 | charity causes the change of condition from ~spiritual servitude 274 2, 185 | his hands, whatever his condition may be. This is ~signified 275 2, 185 | service come from a servile condition of life, from tilling the 276 2, 185 | of a man's disposition or condition, because according to Ecclus. ~ 277 2, 187 | or under a certain fixed condition, he is bound to ~enter religion 278 2, 187 | when the time comes or the condition is fulfilled.~Aquin.: SMT 279 2, 187 | as they are placed in a condition of ~necessity. Consequently 280 2, 187 | different ways as befits their condition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 281 3, 4 | but in ~order to show the condition of the creature, which has 282 3, 7 | grace according to ~his condition - whether as regards intensity, 283 3, 11 | the soul. Now this is the condition of the soul of ~a comprehensor, 284 3, 11 | respect of that in which the condition of both powers is ~terminated. 285 3, 13 | regards what ~belongs to the condition of human nature. But it 286 3, 13 | nature. But it belongs to the condition ~of human nature that the 287 3, 14 | sinful flesh." Now it is a condition of sinful flesh ~to be under 288 3, 14 | body in its own natural condition subject to necessity in 289 3, 27 | accordingly as it befitted her condition of life. For she had the 290 3, 28 | absolutely, but under the condition ~that it were pleasing to 291 3, 29 | the ~flesh, save on the condition that it was pleasing to 292 3, 31 | it is manifest that the condition of the patriarchs ~differed 293 3, 31 | or to His ~flesh, that condition which was in the patriarchs; 294 3, 31 | occur by attributing the condition of Christ or of ~His flesh 295 3, 31 | nature, as to the likeness of condition; forasmuch as He assumed 296 3, 31 | patriarchs, by reason of the condition in ~which it was in His 297 3, 31 | but not by reason ~of its condition as actually in Christ, who 298 3, 34 | holy, because by the mere ~condition of a corruptible nature 299 3, 34 | disposition of the organs - a condition which would seem ~impossible 300 3, 36 | Anna - so as to show no condition of men ~to be excluded from 301 3, 46 | necessity, but of will, not of condition, but of power." Therefore 302 3, 46 | His own person the ~future condition of those who rise again. 303 3, 48 | as it ~is the free man's condition to apply himself to what 304 3, 51 | corruption according to the ~condition of its passible nature, 305 3, 52 | owing to the very different condition ~of each state. For, so 306 3, 53 | uplifted to any higher ~condition. Therefore, it was not due 307 3, 53 | was uplifted to a higher ~condition of nature, but not to a 308 3, 54 | but ~from its glorified condition, as some say, entered in 309 3, 54 | had this not only from the condition of His glorified body, but ~ 310 3, 55 | of immortal and God-like condition, according to Rm. 6:10: " 311 3, 55 | in rising again. But the condition of human nature, as considered ~ 312 3, 55 | state, is opposite to the condition ~of glory, as is said in 313 3, 55 | forward for showing the ~condition of glory, seem to be in 314 3, 55 | before the ~disciples in that condition of clarity, because their 315 3, 57 | denote two things; the ~condition of the one who ascends, 316 3, 57 | When ~taken to express the condition of the one ascending, the 317 3, 57 | Christ according to the condition of His Divine Nature; ~both 318 3, 57 | Christ according to the condition of human nature.~Aquin.: 319 3, 57 | its own power: but in the condition of glory the ~heavenly nature 320 3, 57 | human body in its present ~condition, in which the body is not 321 3, 58 | expression "as" does not denote condition of nature, but unity of ~ 322 3, 58 | So, then, if "as" denote condition of nature, then Christ, 323 3, 58 | Father, if "as" denote the ~condition of nature: in which respect 324 3, 59 | not on account of the condition of His nature, for thus 325 3, 59 | enters into an unchangeable condition, and ~receives its judgment. 326 3, 61 | first is taken from the condition of human nature which is ~ 327 3, 61 | each one according as its condition requires. Divine wisdom, ~ 328 3, 63 | subject according to ~the condition of the subject. And since 329 3, 63 | power follows ~rather the condition of the principal agent: 330 3, 69 | efficacy of Baptism, but to the condition of the recipient: ~for in 331 3, 79 | received according to man's ~condition: such is the case with every 332 3, 79 | matter according to the condition of the matter. But such 333 3, 79 | matter. But such is ~the condition of man on earth that his 334 3, 80 | while yet in their feverish condition. So ~likewise Baptism and 335 3, 81 | What would have been the condition of Christ's body under this ~ 336 3, 81 | impassible and ~immortal condition to His disciples.~Aquin.: 337 3, 83 | account which regards the ~condition of the receiver. Consequently, 338 3, 84 | repenting of the pitiful condition into which sin has brought 339 3, 88 | absolutely but under ~some condition dependent on some future 340 3, 88 | counterpassion which is a necessary condition ~of justice, as the Philosopher 341 Suppl, 4 | answer that, We find this condition in the acts of the virtues, 342 Suppl, 5 | as it were, a necessary condition for justification, and ~ 343 Suppl, 7 | nature as to imply some condition belonging to ~virtue. Now, 344 Suppl, 7 | in one's thoughts is a condition of virtue; and, consequently, 345 Suppl, 9 | greater sins. The second condition is choice, ~because acts 346 Suppl, 9 | be "voluntary." The third condition is that the ~act be done 347 Suppl, 9 | right intention. The ~fourth condition is that one should act immovably, 348 Suppl, 9 | unreasonable in one virtue being a ~condition of the act of another virtue, 349 Suppl, 9 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The condition "pure" excludes perversity 350 Suppl, 9 | man is cleansed: but the condition "simple" excludes the ~introduction 351 Suppl, 9 | for confession, but is a condition of ~its well-being.~Aquin.: 352 Suppl, 25| good men who consider the condition of the ~person affected, 353 Suppl, 27| answer that, Failing the condition of a grant, no grant ensues. 354 Suppl, 27| indulgence is granted on the condition that a person does or gives ~ 355 Suppl, 43| sometimes expressed under a condition even of money to be received. ~ 356 Suppl, 43| it is either an honorable condition, for instance if we ~say: " 357 Suppl, 43| the promise ~holds if the condition is fulfilled, and does not 358 Suppl, 43| and does not hold if the condition ~is not fulfilled; or else 359 Suppl, 43| not fulfilled; or else the condition is dishonorable, and this 360 Suppl, 43| the promise holds, but the condition should be removed.~Aquin.: 361 Suppl, 43| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The condition that is appended does not 362 Suppl, 43| parents consent," and such a condition ~does not destroy the liberty 363 Suppl, 43| pounds," and then this ~condition is appended, not as asking 364 Suppl, 43| Sometimes, however, the condition appended is the ~payment 365 Suppl, 43| should be free, such a condition does not hold, nor can such 366 Suppl, 43| that we ought to add the ~condition. "If the Lord will," which, 367 Suppl, 43| reason which is the sole condition for ~betrothal, hence it 368 Suppl, 43| determine it according ~to the condition of the contracting parties, 369 Suppl, 47| it is made subject to ~a condition. But in marriage the words 370 Suppl, 47| statement is ~made under a condition it is rendered doubtful. 371 Suppl, 47| and holds so long as the condition holds. Therefore since ~ 372 Suppl, 47| 1/2~I answer that, The condition made is either of the present 373 Suppl, 47| the marriage holds if the condition is verified, ~and is invalid 374 Suppl, 47| and is invalid if the condition is not verified. If, however, 375 Suppl, 47| Q[43], A[1]). But if the condition ~refer to the future, it 376 Suppl, 47| since ~the latter is of free condition: but he may induce him for 377 Suppl, 47| except with the implied condition "if it ~please them"; and 378 Suppl, 48| OBJ 3: Such an explicit condition is contrary not only to 379 Suppl, 49| reckoned as a property or condition of ~itself. Now these goods 380 Suppl, 49| should not be ~reckoned a condition of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 381 Suppl, 49| denote a virtue, but that condition of ~virtue which is a part 382 Suppl, 49| sacramental aspect is a condition added to marriage ~considered 383 Suppl, 49| inseparability is not ~always a condition of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 384 Suppl, 50| the impediment of ~the "condition of slavery." Secondly, because 385 Suppl, 51| only error about the ~condition or the person. For that 386 Suppl, 51| is not only error about ~condition or person that is an impediment 387 Suppl, 51| 4: Further, just as the condition of slavery is an accident ~ 388 Suppl, 51| But error ~regarding the condition is an impediment to matrimony. 389 Suppl, 51| freedom pertains to the condition of ~person, so do high and 390 Suppl, 51| Now error regarding the condition of slavery is an impediment 391 Suppl, 51| 6: Further, just as the condition of slavery is an impediment, 392 Suppl, 51| as error ~regarding the condition is an impediment, so also 393 Suppl, 51| second by error regarding the condition, since a slave cannot freely ~ 394 Suppl, 51| essentials to matrimony, as the condition of slavery ~does. Hence 395 Suppl, 51| no marriage; ~whereas the condition of slavery is no impediment 396 Suppl, 52| OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF THE CONDITION OF SLAVERY (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 397 Suppl, 52| consider the impediment of the condition of slavery. Under ~this 398 Suppl, 52| inquiry:~(1) Whether the condition of slavery is an impediment 399 Suppl, 52| children should follow the condition of their father or ~of their 400 Suppl, 52| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the condition of slavery is an impediment 401 Suppl, 52| It would seem that the condition of slavery is no impediment 402 Suppl, 52| that "error regarding the condition hinders a marriage from 403 Suppl, 52| further ~on (Q[58]), so the condition of slavery is an impediment 404 Suppl, 52| become subject to the same condition by reason of the ~parent' 405 Suppl, 52| though the latter be in a condition of ~freedom; and so nothing 406 Suppl, 52| to nature, to which the condition ~of slavery does not extend, 407 Suppl, 52| children should follow the condition of their father?~Aquin.: 408 Suppl, 52| children should follow the condition of their ~father. Because 409 Suppl, 52| child should follow ~the condition of the father rather than 410 Suppl, 52| mother. Now slavery is a condition of ~the body, since a slave 411 Suppl, 52| offspring follows the inferior condition, so that if the father be 412 Suppl, 52| And if both ~be of servile condition and belong to different 413 Suppl, 52| mother should be drawn to her condition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 414 Suppl, 52| it is to this that the condition of slavery attaches.~Aquin.: 415 Suppl, 58| marriage debt, as also the condition of slavery, ~whereby a man 416 Suppl, 59| unbeliever in the case where a ~condition is made of the latter's 417 Suppl, 59| Therefore under the ~same condition there can be marriage between 418 Suppl, 59| it suffices to add ~the condition of future unity of worship.~ 419 Suppl, 59| account of her different condition. ~Since, then, the husband, 420 Suppl, 59| lawful ~marriage, whereas the condition of bondage does not, but 421 Suppl, 59| to cohabit except on the condition of sinning, for instance, ~ 422 Suppl, 62| husband and wife are of equal condition?~(5) Whether, after being 423 Suppl, 66| mind, but not as to the condition of the body, which is effected 424 Suppl, 67| the soul but also to the condition of the body. ~Accordingly 425 Suppl, 71| compensation which is a condition of satisfaction: and in 426 Suppl, 72| restored to their previous condition; on the ~"fourth" day all 427 Suppl, 72| wherefrom"; the fifth the condition of those who rise again.~ 428 Suppl, 72| when ~it has all that the condition of its nature requires, 429 Suppl, 76| adapted according to its ~condition, and likewise to every agent 430 Suppl, 76| will not be of the same condition as ~now (for it will be 431 Suppl, 76| identical, nor of the same condition, since it ~was first sown 432 Suppl, 76| same, but of a different condition, since it ~was mortal and 433 Suppl, 76| not in identity, but in condition, so that a difference of ~ 434 Suppl, 78| account of the particular ~condition of body which he had at 435 Suppl, 79| Some ascribe it to the condition of the elements, ~which 436 Suppl, 83| rather than to its previous condition: ~wherefore those who die 437 Suppl, 93| First, in consequence of a ~condition attaching to the nature 438 Suppl, 93| been due to ~it. But the condition of human nature being changed, 439 Appen1, 1| other children of the same condition who have ~been baptized 440 Appen1, 1| accorded to others ~of the same condition makes a wise man to grieve.~


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