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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | 2: The same solution is applied to this objection. Or it 2 1, 7 | with regard to infinite as applied to matter, it ~is manifest 3 1, 8 | the agent is ~related and applied to an external thing; thus 4 1, 10 | past and future time are applied to God in ~Scripture. Therefore 5 1, 10 | denoting different times are applied to God, because ~His eternity 6 1, 10 | simultaneously whole; which cannot be applied to time: for eternity is ~ 7 1, 10 | a year; which ~cannot be applied to eternity. Still these 8 1, 11 | thought that the same ~applied to the "one" which is the 9 1, 13 | us?~(2) Whether any names applied to God are predicated of 10 1, 13 | substantially?~(3) Whether any names applied to God are said of Him literally, 11 1, 13 | metaphorically?~(4) Whether any names applied to God are synonymous?~( 12 1, 13 | Whether some names are applied to God and to creatures 13 1, 13 | Whether, supposing they are applied analogically, they are applied ~ 14 1, 13 | applied analogically, they are applied ~first to God or to creatures?~( 15 1, 13 | But none of these can be applied to God, for ~He has no quality, 16 1, 13 | perfection, so likewise nouns are applied to God ~signifying substance 17 1, 13 | which ~signify time, are applied to Him because His eternity 18 1, 13 | demonstrative pronouns are applied to ~God as describing what 19 1, 13 | Whether any name can be applied to God substantially?~Aquin.: 20 1, 13 | seems that no name can be applied to God substantially. For ~ 21 1, 13 | of God." Thus ~the names applied by the holy doctors in praising 22 1, 13 | essence. Therefore the names ~applied to God are not said of Him 23 1, 13 | neither is any name we can use applied substantially to God.~Aquin.: 24 1, 13 | answer that, Negative names applied to God, or signifying His 25 1, 13 | names, although they are applied to God affirmatively, ~nevertheless 26 1, 13 | Others say that these names ~applied to God signify His relationship 27 1, 13 | names ~more than others are applied to God. For He is assuredly 28 1, 13 | would follow that all names applied to God would be ~said of 29 1, 13 | Whether any name can be applied to God in its literal sense?~ 30 1, 13 | It seems that no name is applied literally to God. For all 31 1, 13 | the names of creatures are applied to God metaphorically, as ~ 32 1, 13 | like. Therefore names are ~applied to God in a metaphorical 33 1, 13 | Further, no name can be applied literally to anything if 34 1, 13 | Further, corporeal names are applied to God in a metaphorical ~ 35 1, 13 | Therefore all these names are ~applied to God in a metaphorical 36 1, 13 | others there are which are ~applied to God metaphorically by 37 1, 13 | Therefore not all ~names are applied to God in a metaphorical 38 1, 13 | Therefore as to the names applied to ~God - viz. the perfections 39 1, 13 | belong to creatures, and are applied primarily to Him. But as 40 1, 13 | names of this kind can be applied to God only in a metaphorical ~ 41 1, 13 | such names can be literally applied to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 42 1, 13 | 3: These names which are applied to God literally imply ~ 43 1, 13 | whereas those which are applied to God ~metaphorically imply 44 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Whether names applied to God are synonymous?~Aquin.: 45 1, 13 | It seems that these names applied to God are synonymous names. ~ 46 1, 13 | the same. But these ~names applied to God mean entirely the 47 1, 13 | idea; and ~thus the names applied to God do not signify different 48 1, 13 | Therefore if all names applied to God ~are synonymous, 49 1, 13 | Therefore although the names applied to God ~signify one thing, 50 1, 13 | and thus a word may be applied univocally to God and to ~ 51 1, 13 | equivocal predication can be ~applied to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 52 1, 13 | expressing perfection is applied to a ~creature, it signifies 53 1, 13 | instance, by the term "wise" applied to man, we ~signify some 54 1, 13 | Thus also this term "wise" applied to ~man in some degree circumscribes 55 1, 13 | not the case when it is applied to God; but it leaves the ~ 56 1, 13 | this term "wise" is not applied in the ~same way to God 57 1, 13 | the other hand, are names applied to God and creatures in 58 1, 13 | one thing; thus "healthy" applied to urine signifies the sign 59 1, 13 | sign of ~animal health, and applied to medicine signifies the 60 1, 13 | like. Therefore all names applied to God and creatures are 61 1, 13 | to God and creatures are applied ~primarily to creatures 62 1, 13 | Further, all names equally applied to God and creatures, are ~ 63 1, 13 | God and creatures, are ~applied to God as the cause of all 64 1, 13 | Mystica Theol.). But what is applied to anything through its 65 1, 13 | anything through its cause, is ~applied to it secondarily, for " 66 1, 13 | applies to the other names applied to God ~and creatures. Therefore 67 1, 13 | Therefore these names are applied primarily to God rather ~ 68 1, 13 | iv), such a name must be applied primarily to that which 69 1, 13 | for ~instance, "healthy" applied to animals comes into the 70 1, 13 | definition of ~"healthy" applied to medicine, which is called 71 1, 13 | definition of "healthy" which ~is applied to urine, which is called 72 1, 13 | s health. Thus all names applied metaphorically to God, are ~ 73 1, 13 | metaphorically to God, are ~applied to creatures primarily rather 74 1, 13 | creatures. For as "smiling" ~applied to a field means only that 75 1, 13 | likeness, so the name of "lion" applied to God means only that God ~ 76 1, 13 | Thus it is clear that ~applied to God the signification 77 1, 13 | But to other names not applied to God in a ~metaphorical 78 1, 13 | goodness"; thus the term good applied to God would included in 79 1, 13 | A[2]), these names ~are applied to God not as the cause 80 1, 13 | signifies, these names are applied ~primarily to God rather 81 1, 13 | names, they ~are primarily applied by us to creatures which 82 1, 13 | valid if these names were applied ~to God only as cause, and 83 1, 13 | instance as "healthy" ~is applied to medicine.~Aquin.: SMT 84 1, 13 | Therefore these names are ~not applied to God temporally, but eternally.~ 85 1, 13 | Further, if any names are applied to God temporally as implying ~ 86 1, 13 | Lord" and "Creator," are applied to God from ~eternity.~Aquin.: 87 1, 13 | Therefore these names are not applied to God temporally.~Aquin.: 88 1, 13 | relative ~appellation "Lord" is applied to God temporally.~Aquin.: 89 1, 13 | relation to creatures are applied ~to God temporally, and 90 1, 13 | instance, "on the right" is not applied to a column, unless ~it 91 1, 13 | Reply OBJ 2: As relations applied to God temporally are only 92 1, 13 | become" or "to be made" are applied to God only in ~idea, with 93 1, 13 | the intellect or will, are applied to God from eternity; whereas 94 1, 13 | to external effects are applied to God temporally, as "Saviour," ~" 95 1, 13 | by these names which are applied to God ~temporally, are 96 1, 13 | Whether this name "God" is applied to God univocally by nature, 97 1, 13 | that this name "God" is applied to God univocally by ~nature, 98 1, 13 | this name "beatitude" is applied univocally to this supposed ~ 99 1, 13 | also this name "God" is ~applied univocally to the true God, 100 1, 13 | Therefore this name ~"God" is applied univocally to both.~Aquin.: 101 1, 13 | i. But the word "animal" applied to a ~true animal, and to 102 1, 13 | Therefore this name ~"God" applied to the true God and to God 103 1, 13 | and to God in opinion is applied ~equivocally.~Aquin.: SMT 104 1, 13 | this name "God" is ~not applied univocally, but equivocally 105 1, 13 | instance, "being" which is ~applied to "substance" is placed 106 1, 13 | the definition of being as applied to ~"accident"; and "healthy" 107 1, 13 | accident"; and "healthy" applied to animal is placed in the 108 1, 13 | definition ~of healthy as applied to urine and medicine. For 109 1, 13 | OBJ 4: The term "animal" applied to a true and a pictured 110 1, 13 | WHO IS is most properly applied to God, for ~three reasons:~ 111 1, 13 | the more properly they are applied to ~God. Hence Damascene 112 1, 13 | principal of all names applied to God; for comprehending 113 1, 13 | inasmuch as no name ~can be applied to God according to its 114 1, 14 | of discursion cannot be ~applied to God. First, because this 115 1, 14 | be black," it is false as applied to the ~saying, and true 116 1, 14 | the ~saying, and true as applied to the thing: for a thing 117 1, 14 | relation to the ~creature is applied to God from time, and varies 118 1, 16 | really is. But truth as applied to "life" is used in a ~ 119 1, 23 | Deuteronomy must be taken as applied to ~those who are marked 120 1, 27 | cannot be properly and ~fully applied to it. But the divine act 121 1, 28 | existing in Him to Whom it is applied; but as a relation. ~So 122 1, 28 | relative term or any other name applied to God signify something ~ 123 1, 28 | the term, whereby it is applied to living things. Now ~the 124 1, 29 | a general sense, can be applied a name expressive of an 125 1, 29 | Therefore "person" is ~not to be applied to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 126 1, 29 | the word "person" is ~only applied to God metaphorically.~Aquin.: 127 1, 29 | name "person" is fittingly ~applied to God; not, however, as 128 1, 29 | not, however, as it is applied to creatures, but in a ~ 129 1, 29 | word "person" is not found applied to God in ~Scripture, either 130 1, 29 | incommunicability. "Substance" can be applied to God in the sense ~of 131 1, 29 | that this word "person," as applied to God, does ~not signify 132 1, 29 | meaning of "person" ~as applied to God. For "person" in 133 1, 29 | But ~afterwards it was applied to express relation, as 134 1, 29 | sense. Though neither is it applied ~univocally, since nothing 135 1, 30 | of a number of ~things as applied to the persons in God, the 136 1, 30 | see that these terms are applied to God in order to remove 137 1, 30 | thus, for instance, "one" ~applied to man signifies the undivided 138 1, 31 | word "Trinity" is not to be applied ~to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 139 1, 31 | word trinity is not ~to be applied to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 140 1, 31 | nor, again, can ~it be applied as regards the latter, for, 141 1, 31 | being exclusive, can be applied either ~to subject or predicate. 142 1, 31 | 2. For an essential term applied to ~the Father does not 143 1, 32 | personal act, cannot be applied to the notions; forasmuch 144 1, 33 | common term is more ~properly applied to God, as stated above ( 145 1, 33 | the other terms ~properly applied to God, are said of God 146 1, 33 | consequently paternity, is applied to God before ~creatures. 147 1, 33 | Whether this name "Father" is applied to God, firstly as a personal 148 1, 33 | this name "Father" is not applied to God, ~firstly as a personal 149 1, 33 | I answer that, A name is applied to that wherein is perfectly 150 1, 33 | signification, before it is applied to that which only ~partially 151 1, 33 | Hence ~this name "lion" is applied first to the animal containing 152 1, 33 | so called, before it is applied ~to a man who shows something 153 1, 33 | plain ~that "paternity" is applied to God first, as importing 154 1, 33 | the name of filiation is applied as ~it participates in the 155 1, 33 | term "unbegotten" can be applied also to ~the Holy Ghost. 156 1, 34 | For ~personal names are applied to God in a proper sense, 157 1, 34 | Father and Son. ~But Word is applied to God metaphorically, as 158 1, 34 | to the intellect can be applied to God ~personally, except 159 1, 34 | govern; ~and the like are applied to God in time. But others 160 1, 34 | and to will: such are not applied to ~God in time; and this 161 1, 34 | of God to creatures are applied to Him in time; but only 162 1, 34 | but only those names are ~applied in time which import relation 163 1, 34 | creatures; and therefore it is applied in a plural sense to God; 164 1, 35 | canonical ~Scripture except as applied to the Son; as in the words, " 165 1, 36 | giving up the ghost." As applied to God, and not specially 166 1, 36 | is the one most commonly ~applied to all that denotes origin 167 1, 37 | God, "to understand" is applied only to ~the essence; because 168 1, 39 | efficient cause, which can be ~applied to God by reason of His 169 1, 41 | neither of which can be here applied, there being in God nothing 170 1, 43 | not yet given," are to be applied to that giving accompanied ~ 171 1, 50 | the sense in which it is applied ~to intelligence and will. 172 1, 52 | in such a way that it is applied to such place ~according 173 1, 52 | entire body to which he is applied by his power, ~corresponds 174 1, 52 | all, because his power is applied only to what is ~first moved 175 1, 52 | angelic power is immediately applied, is ~reputed as one place, 176 1, 53 | angel, that his power can be applied to ~something which is divisible.~ 177 1, 53 | locally, his essence is applied to ~various places: but 178 1, 53 | the soul's essence is not applied to the things ~thought of, 179 1, 53 | but because ~his power is applied to a part of the first place 180 1, 67 | word "sight," originally applied to the act of the ~sense, 181 1, 67 | burns. "Further, sight is applied to knowledge obtained through 182 1, 67 | understood metaphorically when applied to ~spiritual things, as 183 1, 67 | common and extended use, as applied to manifestation of every 184 1, 67 | kind, it ~may properly be applied to spiritual things.~Aquin.: 185 1, 68 | place, the name heaven is applied to a body that ~participates 186 1, 68 | heaven, as when this ~name is applied to the Blessed Trinity, 187 1, 68 | explained by some, as thus applied, in the words, "I ~will 188 1, 69 | the name earth is equally applied to that which is covered 189 1, 73 | bodies, yet the word is ~applied also to spiritual things, 190 1, 75 | and the ~same might be applied to the other instruments 191 1, 76 | is "rational," which is applied to man on account of his ~ 192 1, 37 | God, "to understand" is applied only to ~the essence; because 193 1, 39 | efficient cause, which can be ~applied to God by reason of His 194 1, 41 | neither of which can be here applied, there being in God nothing 195 1, 43 | not yet given," are to be applied to that giving accompanied ~ 196 1, 51 | the sense in which it is applied ~to intelligence and will. 197 1, 53 | in such a way that it is applied to such place ~according 198 1, 53 | entire body to which he is applied by his power, ~corresponds 199 1, 53 | all, because his power is applied only to what is ~first moved 200 1, 53 | angelic power is immediately applied, is ~reputed as one place, 201 1, 54 | angel, that his power can be applied to ~something which is divisible.~ 202 1, 54 | locally, his essence is applied to ~various places: but 203 1, 54 | the soul's essence is not applied to the things ~thought of, 204 1, 54 | but because ~his power is applied to a part of the first place 205 1, 68 | word "sight," originally applied to the act of the ~sense, 206 1, 68 | burns. "Further, sight is applied to knowledge obtained through 207 1, 68 | understood metaphorically when applied to ~spiritual things, as 208 1, 68 | common and extended use, as applied to manifestation of every 209 1, 68 | kind, it ~may properly be applied to spiritual things.~Aquin.: 210 1, 69 | place, the name heaven is applied to a body that ~participates 211 1, 69 | heaven, as when this ~name is applied to the Blessed Trinity, 212 1, 69 | explained by some, as thus applied, in the words, "I ~will 213 1, 70 | the name earth is equally applied to that which is covered 214 1, 72 | bodies, yet the word is ~applied also to spiritual things, 215 1, 74 | and the ~same might be applied to the other instruments 216 1, 75 | is "rational," which is applied to man on account of his ~ 217 1, 78 | scientia," i.e. knowledge applied to an individual case. But 218 1, 84 | definition of a ~circle applied to a triangle; or when a 219 1, 85 | the ~term 'infinite' is applied to that which is deprived 220 1, 85 | to future things, as ~we applied above (A[3]) to contingent 221 1, 88 | same distinction is to be applied to habit.~Aquin.: SMT FP 222 1, 107 | forasmuch as these types are applied to ~particular things as 223 1, 107 | not seem to be properly applied to three orders.~Aquin.: 224 1, 107 | order and courses," which is applied to the angels. Therefore 225 1, 114 | Did. ~iv, 4), was first applied to signify the generation 226 1, 114 | word "nature" has been ~applied to every principle of movement 227 2, 3 | there be various meanings applied to happiness. For ~in God 228 2, 6 | The word "voluntary" is applied to that of which we are ~ 229 2, 10 | a universal cause is not applied to a particular effect, ~ 230 2, 15 | and ~so counsel can be applied to them, in so far as the 231 2, 15 | appetitive movement ~is applied to the judgment resulting 232 2, 15 | movement to the end is not applied to counsel: rather is counsel 233 2, 15 | counsel: rather is counsel applied ~to it, because counsel 234 2, 16 | the speculative reason is applied by the will to the ~act 235 2, 16 | another. Now that which is applied to another is regarded in ~ 236 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 2: The end is applied to the purpose of the will, 237 2, 16 | end. But the means ~are applied to the will's purpose, not 238 2, 20 | body; ~nor is health as applied to urine and medicine, distinct 239 2, 20 | distinct from health as ~applied to the body of an animal, 240 2, 26 | some held that, even when applied to the ~will itself, the 241 2, 31 | understood of good ~and evil as applied to virtues and vices: because 242 2, 33 | magnitude: ~hence it is not applied to the emotions of the soul, 243 2, 35 | them the nature of fire is applied to a foreign matter. In 244 2, 35 | principles of mathematics are applied to natural matter.~Aquin.: 245 2, 35 | the notion of ~sorrow is applied, as stated above.~ 246 2, 38 | for an ailment should be applied to the part ~which ails. 247 2, 52 | corporeal quantities and ~applied to the intelligible perfections 248 2, 55 | way therefore virtue is applied to evil things: so ~that 249 2, 58 | which sense the word is applied to dumb ~animals. Thus we 250 2, 60 | The same may ~be clearly applied to other virtues.~Aquin.: 251 2, 61 | hand, the name virtue is applied to one that answers imperfectly 252 2, 61 | analogous term, which is applied to several things, but ~ 253 2, 61 | but ~to one before it is applied to another, nothing hinders 254 2, 61 | the notion of ~being is applied to substance principally 255 2, 64 | and deficiency is to be applied in both cases.~Aquin.: SMT 256 2, 67 | destroyed; nor will science be applied by turning to the phantasms.~ 257 2, 70 | names of the virtues are applied to their ~actions: thus 258 2, 71 | The term "voluntary" is applied not only to that on which ~ 259 2, 75 | or of guilt, before it is applied ~to the act. Wherefore accordingly, 260 2, 77 | resides. Now weakness may be applied to the soul by way of ~likeness 261 2, 77 | universal knowledge from being applied to ~a particular act, which 262 2, 84 | is taken from "caput" and applied to ~something connected 263 2, 87 | be brought to nothing" is applied to one ~who is deprived 264 2, 88 | taken metaphorically, as applied to sin, it is opposed to 265 2, 90 | measure is imposed by being applied ~to those who are to be 266 2, 90 | a law, it must needs be ~applied to the men who have to be 267 2, 94 | Secondly, the term habit may be applied to that which we hold by 268 2, 95 | the natural law cannot be applied ~to all men in the same 269 2, 99 | sanctus" - "holy" - is ~applied to that which is consecrated 270 2, 101 | each of these should be applied to the worship of God; the ~ 271 2, 101 | his ~external actions are applied in various ways to the Divine 272 2, 102 | properly speaking, things applied to the worshippers of God 273 2, 102 | therefore circumcision was applied to the generative member. 274 2, 102 | as other things that are ~applied to the divine worship, need 275 2, 103 | these ceremonies were not ~applied to a man until he was already 276 2, 10 | hand, the ~Church has not applied the above law to those unbelievers 277 2, 11 | These words are not to be applied to sins ~committed against 278 2, 18 | saying of Augustine is to be applied to a man who does ~something 279 2, 20 | of evils, and properly ~applied in speaking of good, so 280 2, 30 | intellect, the remedy is applied by "instructing," and if 281 2, 30 | intellect, the remedy is applied by "counselling." ~Secondly, 282 2, 30 | which case the remedy ~is applied by "bearing with him," especially 283 2, 33 | blameworthy in so far as they are applied to something evil, just 284 2, 33 | praise in so far as they are applied to something good. Wherefore ~ 285 2, 45 | prudence is ~right reason applied to action. Now this belongs 286 2, 45 | knows both the thing to be applied, ~and the thing to which 287 2, 45 | thing to which it has to be applied. Now actions are in singular ~ 288 2, 45 | for it is right reason "applied to action" (Ethic. ~vi, 289 2, 45 | prudence is "right reason applied to action," as ~stated above ( 290 2, 45 | Prudence is "right reason applied to action," as stated ~above ( 291 2, 45 | things ~discovered may be applied to action: wherefore command 292 2, 45 | i.e. as being ~right reason applied to action, while it is called " 293 2, 47 | prudence is right reason applied to action, the whole process 294 2, 53 | Prudence is "right reason applied to action," just as ~science 295 2, 53 | science is "right reason applied to knowledge." In speculative 296 2, 56 | ii, 6], and this can be applied to justice. For a ~man's 297 2, 58 | order for ~the remedy to be applied with greater certainty of 298 2, 60 | seem originally ~to have applied chiefly to external things, 299 2, 60 | the term ~"restitution" is applied, to things which though 300 2, 60 | the first, the remedy is applied by making restitution, since ~ 301 2, 60 | the ~sin, the remedy is applied by punishment, the infliction 302 2, 63 | community, in so ~far as it is applied to a person as a punishment 303 2, 77 | from bodily movement ~and applied to moral actions. Now a 304 2, 79 | term "contemplative" is applied, not to ~those who contemplate, 305 2, 79 | times the term "sancta" was applied to such things as ~were 306 2, 79 | to ~those things that are applied to the Divine worship; so 307 2, 79 | sanctified through being applied to the worship of God. For 308 2, 79 | in order that the mind be applied to God, since the human 309 2, 79 | purity ~the mind cannot be applied to God. Wherefore it is 310 2, 79 | required for the mind to be applied to God, for ~it is applied 311 2, 79 | applied to God, for ~it is applied to Him as its last end and 312 2, 90 | the thing to which it is ~applied for the purpose of signifying 313 2, 90 | taken here for "religion as ~applied to human observances," as 314 2, 92 | apparently, is univocally applied to ~idolatry and to that 315 2, 92 | definition. Taken thus latria is applied univocally, whether to true ~ 316 2, 92 | and in this way latria is applied equivocally to the latria 317 2, 92 | idolatry: just as prudence is applied equivocally ~to the prudence 318 2, 93 | observations must not be applied to the ~foreknowledge of 319 2, 93 | secondly, that they be not applied to other matters than those 320 2, 113 | flattery" is wont to be applied to all who wish to ~exceed 321 2, 116 | are absolute masters, ~is applied to many other things (thus 322 2, 118 | although if the law be applied to certain cases it will 323 2, 118 | the term {epieikeia} is ~applied in Greek by a similitude 324 2, 120 | said to be ~holy which are applied to the Divine worship. The 325 2, 121 | is more ~specific, it is applied to a special virtue, namely 326 2, 125 | certain passions have to be applied to certain vices and virtues: 327 2, 127 | which moderation has to be ~applied thereto: and this difficulty 328 2, 127 | strong opinion. Now the ~mode applied to an affection may call 329 2, 134 | virtues are wont to be ~applied to their acts. Wherefore 330 2, 140 | as to the remedy which is applied to both. ~For a child is 331 2, 147 | it!" Hence sobriety is applied by a kind of metaphor in 332 2, 148 | But correction is not ~applied to drunkards: for Gregory [* 333 2, 149 | consequently chastity is applied antonomastically ~to such 334 2, 153 | continence is wont to be applied only to ~the use of venereal 335 2, 153 | matter; but is properly applied to that matter ~wherein 336 2, 153 | sense and relatively may be applied to any other matter: and 337 2, 155 | punishment itself which is applied ~externally for the purpose 338 2, 156 | A[8]) how it is to be applied to the ~passion of anger. 339 2, 164 | something. Now the mind is not applied to a thing except by ~knowing 340 2, 164 | to whatever matter it be applied, has a prior regard for ~ 341 2, 164 | properly regards knowledge, is applied to all the virtues.~Aquin.: 342 2, 166 | Further, study should be applied to all works of virtue, 343 2, 167 | The name of art should be applied to those only which ~contribute 344 2, 172 | prophet is more properly applied to those who see by imaginary 345 2, 174 | this diversity might be applied by the ~gift of tongues.~ 346 2, 177 | afterwards is ~unfittingly applied to that which comes first. 347 2, 179 | since it is "right reason applied to action" ~(Ethic. vi, 348 2, 181 | progress, and perfection is applied to the ~degrees of charity, 349 2, 183 | ecclesiastical goods are to be applied not ~only to the good of 350 3, 2 | of a ~suppositum is to be applied to a person in rational 351 3, 6 | Now both these may be ~applied to the intellect, which 352 3, 16 | believes that ~some are to be applied to the Man, and apportions 353 3, 23 | and in God this can be applied only to the ~Father. Therefore 354 3, 26 | neither of these can be applied ~to Christ as God, but only 355 3, 26 | Himself. But both ~can be applied to Him as man. Because, 356 3, 31 | Which number may also be ~applied to the Holy Church: for 357 3, 32 | Nevertheless, the word "son" is not applied to everything generated 358 3, 39 | behooves this cause to be applied to each one, in ~order that 359 3, 40 | four, which number may be applied to the body, because it ~ 360 3, 49 | of sins, it needs to be applied to ~each individual for 361 3, 49 | OBJ 5: Christ's Passion is applied to us even through faith, 362 3, 49 | Christ's Passion may be applied to us, not only as to our 363 3, 49 | effect in them to whom it is ~applied, through faith and charity 364 3, 52 | But a general cause is ~applied to particular effects by 365 3, 52 | power of the Passion is applied to the living through the 366 3, 52 | Passion, so likewise it is applied to ~the dead through His 367 3, 52 | Reply OBJ 3: Baptism is applied to men in this life, in 368 3, 52 | since its virtue had to be applied to ~each individual by something 369 3, 58 | nothing corporeal can be applied to God, since "God is a 370 3, 61 | s Passion is, so to say, applied to man ~through the sacraments 371 3, 61 | the Passion of Christ is ~applied to men through the sacraments: 372 3, 62 | its generic sense, and as applied to a man, so neither ~is 373 3, 64 | since the action of both is applied to something extrinsic, 374 3, 65 | special sacrament to be applied as a ~remedy against venereal 375 3, 66 | to whom the element is applied, by ~being used in washing 376 3, 69 | that to them also may be applied the words: 'We are buried 377 3, 69 | of the Church, which is ~applied to them: by the power of 378 3, 72 | while by the other it is applied to the production of the 379 3, 72 | on account of its ~being applied to a more worthy part of 380 3, 77 | definition of another thing be applied to it; for ~instance, that, 381 3, 78 | these words would not be ~applied to the corporeal matter 382 3, 84 | bodily medicines, some are applied externally, such as plasters 383 3, 84 | this ~matter needs to be applied by a minister of the Church, 384 3, 84 | wherefore the matter ~is not applied by the minister, but by 385 Suppl, 2 | this metaphor cannot be applied to evil of punishment, because ~ 386 Suppl, 8 | through the element itself applied ~externally, which is sanctified 387 Suppl, 8 | there is no bodily element applied externally, ~through the 388 Suppl, 9 | external ~source and is applied to us by another: whereas 389 Suppl, 19| thus, but through being ~applied by the principal agent in 390 Suppl, 25| another's satisfactions be applied to him by one who has the 391 Suppl, 25| according as these merits are applied to a person so does he obtain ~ 392 Suppl, 25| That they should be so applied demands, firstly, authority 393 Suppl, 25| to the merits which ~are applied. Yet he who toils most gains 394 Suppl, 25| those whose ~merits are applied, may reach to this particular 395 Suppl, 25| Now one ~person's good is applied to another in two ways: 396 Suppl, 26| satisfaction done by one person are applied to another, not only by ~ 397 Suppl, 26| person to whom they are applied. Now a ~person's intention 398 Suppl, 27| those merits ~which are applied by means of an indulgence, 399 Suppl, 27| this reason that they are applied, but ~for the remission 400 Suppl, 27| however the merits were ~applied by such a form as this: " 401 Suppl, 27| an indulgence cannot be applied to someone, ~except in accordance 402 Suppl, 28| solemn penance, which is only applied for the most ~grievous sins, 403 Suppl, 29| administration, and the matter is ~applied to the person anointed in 404 Suppl, 29| is superfluous if it be applied ~to the matter.~Aquin.: 405 Suppl, 29| from its ~institution, is applied to this particular matter 406 Suppl, 29| of a sacrament which is applied by a priest. But a priest 407 Suppl, 32| yet ~the remedy cannot be applied to them, on account of their 408 Suppl, 32| Further, the remedy should be applied to the part affected by 409 Suppl, 32| unction also ought to be applied ~to those parts only in 410 Suppl, 32| The remedy is not always applied to the part affected by ~ 411 Suppl, 32| the part to which it is applied; for this reason ~Baptism 412 Suppl, 32| this reason ~Baptism is applied to the whole body. It is 413 Suppl, 32| Further, the remedy should be applied where the disease is most ~ 414 Suppl, 32| remedy for sin should be applied where sin originates in 415 Suppl, 32| anointing ought not to be applied to one born blind, and in 416 Suppl, 32| Therefore all should be ~applied to those who are deformed.~ 417 Suppl, 33| sacrament is a spiritual healing applied under ~the form of a bodily 418 Suppl, 34| consequently it is improperly applied to Order.~Aquin.: SMT XP 419 Suppl, 34| through the sanctification applied by the ~minister; whereas 420 Suppl, 38| contrary, Ministers are applied by their Orders to the Divine ~ 421 Suppl, 46| confirming that to ~which it is applied. Hence the Reply to the 422 Suppl, 51| by the material element applied outwardly; ~and the intention 423 Suppl, 56| This solution may also ~be applied to the foregoing Eighth 424 Suppl, 64| For the remedy should be applied when the disease ~gains 425 Suppl, 64| Therefore the remedy should be applied then by asking for the debt.~ 426 Suppl, 67| of permission must not be applied to every ~detail, but only 427 Suppl, 71| derive their value from being applied to ~another person by one' 428 Suppl, 71| suffrages are a satisfaction applied to another ~by the intention 429 Suppl, 71| are a kind of satisfaction applied to the ~dead by the intention 430 Suppl, 71| offered by one suffrage ~be applied to those others chiefly, 431 Suppl, 72| that, Virtue is twofold as applied to the angels, [*Cf. FP, ~ 432 Suppl, 75| delivery from evil cannot be applied to one ~who is born without 433 Suppl, 77| order the second opinion applied to those things ~that are 434 Suppl, 78| medicinal, because they are applied to man for ~the removal 435 Suppl, 80| the term ~"subtlety" is applied to them, not only by reason 436 Suppl, 88| are in the elements are ~applied to specific actions: hence 437 Suppl, 93| properly speaking, ~is applied to material things born


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