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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 2 | Philosopher (Metaph. iv, lect. vi) states concerning ~the first principles 2 1, 23 | of their ~works different states were assigned to them in 3 1, 54 | a subject," as Boethius states (De Trin. 1). Thus an angel 4 1, 58 | that, As the Philosopher states (De Anima iii, text. 8; 5 1, 74 | assigned to the ~different states of the world, as each succeeding 6 1, 55 | a subject," as Boethius states (De Trin. 1). Thus an angel 7 1, 59 | that, As the Philosopher states (De Anima iii, text. 8; 8 1, 73 | assigned to the ~different states of the world, as each succeeding 9 1, 78 | these are distinct, as three states of the ~passive intellect, 10 1, 107 | Hence ~Dionysius also states (Coel. Hier. viii) that 11 2 | PROLOGUE~Since, as Damascene states (De Fide Orth. ii, 12), 12 2, 1 | action, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. i, 1). Therefore 13 2, 1 | operations, as the Philosopher states (Phys. ii, 9). Therefore 14 2, 1 | diffusive, as Dionysius ~states (Div. Nom. iv). Consequently 15 2, 3 | the Philosopher ~clearly states at the beginning of the 16 2, 4 | the ~Philosopher clearly states (Ethic. i, 9). Therefore 17 2, 6 | kind, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. iii, 1), does not 18 2, 17 | generator, as the Philosopher states (Phys. ~viii, 4). Wherefore 19 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 2: The Philosopher states that a man is evil, properly ~ 20 2, 25 | thoughts," as the Philosopher states (Peri Herm. i, 1). Now in 21 2, 31 | answer that, Joy, as Avicenna states (De Anima iv), is a kind 22 2, 31 | contraries, as the Philosopher states (Phys. viii, 8). But some 23 2, 35 | jealousy," as the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 9,11). ~But these 24 2, 40 | mind, as the Philosopher states (Metaph. ~vi, 4). Therefore 25 2, 40 | reasons, as the ~Philosopher states in Rhet. ii, 12: and these 26 2, 42 | course of time, as Cicero states (De Quaest. Tusc. ~iii, 27 2, 46 | hope, as the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 2). Therefore 28 2, 46 | only sorrow, as ~Avicenna states (De Anima iv, 6).~Aquin.: 29 2, 46 | anger," as the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 3). Therefore ~ 30 2, 46 | measure, as the Philosopher states (Polit. i, ~3), instancing 31 2, 46 | individual, as the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 4). Therefore 32 2, 48 | is cunning, as he ~also states (Ethic. vii, 6.).~Aquin.: 33 2, 54 | the Philosopher ~clearly states (Ethic. vii, 1). Therefore, 34 2, 58 | his reason," as Dionysius ~states (Div. Nom. iv). Therefore 35 2, 59 | a virtue," as Augustine states in De Civ. Dei ~ix, 5. Therefore 36 2, 59 | moral virtue (Ethic. ii, 6) ~states that it is "a habit of choosing 37 2, 59 | work, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. vii, 13; x, 5). 38 2, 59 | participation, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. i, 13). But ~the 39 2, 60 | virtue of good, as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. ~iv). Hence an 40 2, 61 | weal, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, ~1). Therefore 41 2, 61 | His works, as ~Plotinus states (Cf. Macrobius, Super Somn. 42 2, 63 | gifts remain, ~as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv). But virtue 43 2, 63 | and ~order," as Augustine states (De Nat. Boni. iii) or in " 44 2, 64 | contrary heresies, as Boethius states (De Duab. Natur. vii): thus, 45 2, 65 | good life," as Augustine states (De ~Lib. Arb. ii, 17,19). 46 2, 66 | power," as the Philosopher states (De Coelo ~i, text. 116); 47 2, 66 | said rightly, as Simplicius states in his ~Commentary on the 48 2, 66 | should be cultivated in states, and to which of these each ~ 49 2, 67 | soul, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ~iii, 10). Now the 50 2, 67 | shall be ~destroyed," and he states the reason to be because " 51 2, 67 | the mind of Aristotle, who states (De ~Anima iii, text. 8) 52 2, 67 | life, as Augustine clearly states (De Trin. xiv, 9). Much 53 2, 68 | distinguishes seven gifts, which ~he states to be denoted by the seven 54 2, 68 | the prophets," as ~Gregory states (Hom. i in Ezechiel). Neither, 55 2, 68 | called piety, ~as Augustine states (De Civ. Dei x, 1). Therefore 56 2, 68 | ends with this as Gregory states ~(Moral. vi). Therefore 57 2, 69 | as even the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, 2). And therefore, 58 2, 71 | against reason," as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. ~iv). Therefore 59 2, 71 | single defect," as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv): so that 60 2, 71 | against reason, as Dionysius states (Div. ~Nom. iv). Therefore 61 2, 71 | relation," as Augustine states (De Trin. v, 6,7): and so " 62 2, 72 | non-being," as the Philosopher states (Phys. iv, text. 67). ~Therefore 63 2, 73 | another, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, 8). But contraries 64 2, 73 | virtues are equal, ~as Cicero states (Paradox. iii). Therefore 65 2, 73 | insatiable," as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. iii, 12).~Aquin.: 66 2, 74 | is the will, as Augustine states ~(De Duabus Anim. x, 10, 67 2, 74 | passes: thus the Philosopher states (Phys. iii, text. 18) that " 68 2, 74 | because, as Augustine ~states (De Lib. Arb. iii, 18) [* 69 2, 74 | cannot avoid," as Augustine ~states (De Lib. Arb. iii, 18). 70 2, 74 | parts, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. iii, 10). Therefore, ~ 71 2, 74 | eternal law," as Augustine states (De Trin. xii, 7). ~[*'Rationes 72 2, 74 | lower reason," as Augustine states (De Trin. xii, ~2). Therefore 73 2, 74 | deeds, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 3,5). ~Now the 74 2, 75 | to nature, as Damascene states (De Fide Orth. ii, 3; iv, 75 2, 76 | ignorance," as the Philosopher states (Ethic. iii, 1).~Aquin.: 76 2, 77 | that, As the Philosopher states (Ethic. vii, 2), the opinion 77 2, 77 | clearly, as the ~Philosopher states (De Hist. Animal. x, 1). 78 2, 77 | apprehensions, ~as Augustine states (De Verb. Dom., serm. xxxiii).~ 79 2, 77 | grievous his sin, as Augustine states (De Civ. Dei iv, 12).~Aquin.: 80 2, 79 | their last end, as Dionysius states (Div. ~Nom. i): so that 81 2, 79 | intending evil," as ~Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv). Now God 82 2, 79 | converted, as ~Augustine states (De Nat. et Grat. xxii). 83 2, 81 | original sin, as ~Augustine states (Gen. ad lit. x, 18, seqq.).~ 84 2, 81 | generation" as the Philosopher states (De ~Gener. Animal. ii, 85 2, 82 | original justice, as Anselm states (De Concep. Virg. ~ii, iii, 86 2, 82 | parts, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 7). ~Therefore 87 2, 83 | of the will," as Anselm states (De Concep. Virg. ~iii). 88 2, 84 | of ~the Apostle when he states that covetousness is the 89 2, 84 | of them all," as Gregory states (Moral. xxxi, ~27). But 90 2, 85 | after sin, as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv). ~Therefore 91 2, 85 | and order," as Augustine states (De Natura ~Boni iv). Therefore 92 2, 87 | infinite," as the Philosopher states ~(Polit. i, 6). Therefore 93 2, 88 | as using it, as Augustine states (De Doctr. Christ. i, ~3, 94 2, 88 | comparable, as Chrysostom states (Hom. xxiv in ~Matth.). 95 2, 88 | done. ~But, as Augustine states (De Lib. Arb. i, 4,5), the 96 2, 91 | orderly," as Augustine ~states (De Lib. Arb. i, 6). Therefore 97 2, 92 | to punish, as the Jurist states?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 98 2, 92 | precept," as the jurist states. But command ~and precept 99 2, 94 | against nature, as Damascene states (De Fide Orth. ii, 30): 100 2, 94 | unnatural vices, as the Apostle states (Rm. i), were not esteemed 101 2, 95 | useful to man, as the jurist states ~[*Pandect. Justin. lib. 102 2, 96 | framed for the government of ~states, allows and leaves unpunished 103 2, 97 | custom," as the ~Philosopher states (Polit. ii, 5): consequently 104 2, 98 | various degrees, as Dionysius ~states (Div. Nom. iv): for there 105 2, 98 | Accordingly when Scripture states that "He spoke to him face 106 2, 99 | because, as Valerius Maximus states ~[*Fact. et Dict. Memor. 107 2, 100 | Lord thy God ~in vain." He states that there are six precepts 108 2, 100 | themselves," as the Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 12). Hence, 109 2, 100 | things, as the Philosopher states in Ethic. ii. ~The first 110 2, 101 | understood, as Augustine states (De Doctr. Christ. iv, 4, 111 2, 101 | sensible figures, as Dionysius states (Coel. ~Hier. i); in various 112 2, 101 | according to the various states of ~human knowledge. For 113 2, 102 | ordered, as the ~Apostle states (Rm. 13:1). Now there are 114 2, 102 | or looks, as Rabbi Moses states (Doct. Perplex. iii) of 115 2, 102 | fact that after the ~three states of the Law (the first lasting 116 2, 102 | doctrine, as the Apostle states (1 Cor. ~9:4, seqq.). Again, 117 2, 103 | flesh," as the ~Apostle states (Heb. 9:13) in token of 118 2, 103 | foreshadowed ~the second and third states, had need to cease at the 119 2, 104 | figurative, as Augustine states (Contra Faust. xxii, 24). ~ 120 2, 104 | according to the ~different states of mankind.~Aquin.: SMT 121 2, 105 | gives of the best," as Plato states (Tim. ii). ~Now the best 122 2, 105 | kind, as the Philosopher ~states (Polit. iii, 5), nevertheless 123 2, 105 | causes of the downfall of states has ~been the holding of 124 2, 105 | by lot." And since many states have been ruined through 125 2, 105 | in some ~of the heathen states, "that anyone should sell 126 2, 105 | property," as the Philosopher states (Polit. i, 2). But that ~ 127 2, 105 | life, as the Philosopher ~states (Polit. i, 1). Now the preservation 128 2, 106 | it," as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 8). Now that 129 2, 106 | This reason the Apostle states clearly (Rm. 8:2, ~seqq.) 130 2, 106 | mercifully given," as ~Augustine states (De Perfect. Justit. iv) [* 131 2, 106 | apostles, as Chrysostom states (Hom. lxxv in Matth.). And 132 2, 107 | thus even the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 9) ~that it is 133 2, 107 | prescribed, as Augustine states ~[*De Serm. Dom. in Monte 134 2, 109 | first parent. Now in both states ~human nature needs the 135 2, 109 | meritorious. Beyond this, in both ~states man needs the Divine help, 136 2, 109 | Beyond this, in ~both states they need the help of God' 137 2, 114 | may be looked at in two states, as was ~said above (Q[109], 138 2, 1 | of sight," as Augustine states ~(De Verb. Domini, Serm. 139 2, 1 | perfect things, as Boethius states (De Consol. iii). Therefore 140 2, 1 | time," as the Philosopher states (Metaph. ~iv, text. 9). 141 2, 2 | original, sin," as Augustine states (De Corr. et Grat. v, vi ~[* 142 2, 2 | lower angels, as Dionysius states ~(Coel. Hier. xii), so too, 143 2, 2 | the angels, as Dionysius states (Coel. Hier. ix). Now it 144 2, 2 | about Christ, as ~Augustine states (Contra Faust. xiii, 15). 145 2, 2 | virtue," as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. i, 9). Now human 146 2, 4 | good," as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, 6). But faith 147 2, 4 | virtues, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 3). Much ~less, 148 2, 4 | virtue," as the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 1). Now man is 149 2, 4 | temporal things, as Augustine states (De Trin. xii, 14,15). Since, 150 2, 4 | presupposed, as Augustine states (Contra ~Julian. iv, 3).~ 151 2, 8 | capacity and mode, as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv). Now the 152 2, 8 | consulting it, as Augustine states (De Trin. ~xii, 7).~Aquin.: 153 2, 8 | to ignorance," as Gregory states (Moral. ii, 49). ~But there 154 2, 11 | off [secando], as Isidore states (Etym. ~viii, 3). Wherefore 155 2, 11 | error, as the ~Philosopher states in Metaph. iv; Ed. Did. 156 2, 11 | carefully," as Augustine states (De Gen. cont. Manich. i, ~ 157 2, 13 | evil, ~as the Philosopher states (Metaph. v, text. 21). Since 158 2, 16 | a virtue," as Augustine states (De Lib. Arb. ii, 18). But 159 2, 16 | without us," as Augustine states (De Grat. et Lib. Arb. xvii). 160 2, 16 | his ~sins, as Augustine states (In primam canon. Joan. 161 2, 16 | this sense that Ambrose states ~(OBJ[1]) that charity flows 162 2, 17 | change in their respective states.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 163 2, 17 | happiness," ~as the Master states (Sent. iii, D, 26): and 164 2, 18 | Further, as the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 5), "we fear 165 2, 18 | what he loves, as Augustine states (Qq. lxxxiii, qu. 33). Now 166 2, 18 | of charity, as Augustine states (In prim. canon. Joan. ~ 167 2, 18 | the ~thread, as Augustine states (Tract. ix in Ep. i Joan.). 168 2, 19 | immutable ~good, as Augustine states (De Lib. Arb. ii, 19). But 169 2, 19 | good, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 10). But charity 170 2, 20 | answer that, As Augustine states (Contra Julian. iv, 3), " 171 2, 20 | admiration. Hence Gregory states ~explicitly that presumption 172 2, 21 | kind of love," as Augustine states (Qq. lxxxiii, qu. 33). Therefore 173 2, 23 | less. Thus the Philosopher states ~(Phys. iii, 6) that if 174 2, 23 | end, as the Philosopher states (De Coelo i, 1).~Aquin.: 175 2, 23 | its poison, as ~Augustine states (Confess. x). This makes 176 2, 24 | begets charity, as a gloss states on Mt. 1:2. Now ~hope is 177 2, 24 | incorruption," as Augustine states (Ep. ad Dioscor. ~cxviii). 178 2, 24 | beloved by all, as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. ~iv). Now many 179 2, 24 | unimpaired, ~as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv). Therefore 180 2, 24 | ourselves. For, as Augustine states (Tract. super Joan. lxxxiii), " 181 2, 25 | reason is God, as ~Augustine states (De Doctr. Christ. i, 27). 182 2, 25 | things, as the ~Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 4). Now to all 183 2, 25 | proved by deeds," as Gregory states (Hom. in ~Evang. xxx). Now 184 2, 25 | them, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ~viii, 12). Therefore 185 2, 25 | father, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. viii). First, because ~ 186 2, 26 | or ~negation as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. i; cf. FP, Q[ 187 2, 26 | and order, as Augustine ~states (De Nat. Boni iii, iv). 188 2, 28 | mercy, as the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 8). Therefore ~ 189 2, 28 | choice as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, 5). Now choice 190 2, 28 | mercy, as the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 9), and yet it ~ 191 2, 29 | cases, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 2), it ~is impossible 192 2, 29 | them, as the Philosopher ~states (Ethic. iii, 14).~Aquin.: 193 2, 31 | public sins, as ~Augustine states (De Verb. Dom. xvi, 7).~ 194 2, 32 | us, as the ~Philosopher states (Rhet. ii). Therefore hatred 195 2, 32 | pleasure, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. vii, x). ~Accordingly 196 2, 33 | bitterness, despair," ~whereas he states that from sloth seven things 197 2, 33 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) states that sloth is ~a capital 198 2, 33 | bitterness" which Isidore states to be the result of ~sorrow, 199 2, 34 | fear, as the Philosopher ~states (Rhet. ii, 9).~Aquin.: SMT 200 2, 34 | but, as the Philosopher states, is about riches, and those ~ 201 2, 34 | as also the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 10), because 202 2, 34 | envious have no pity, as he states in the same passage, nor 203 2, 34 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) who ~states that envy is a capital sin 204 2, 37 | individual," as the Philosopher states (Ethic. i, ~2). Now schism 205 2, 38 | bloodless ~wars," as Jerome states in an epistle [*Reference 206 2, 38 | to anyone, as Augustine states (Contra Mend. ~xv). Therefore, 207 2, 38 | one's enemy, as ~Augustine states (Ep. ad Bonif. clxxxix), 208 2, 38 | among enemies," as Ambrose states (De Officiis ~i).~Aquin.: 209 2, 40 | ruler, ~as the Philosopher states (Polit. iii, 5; Ethic. viii, 210 2, 43 | order," as the Philosopher ~states (Metaph. i, 2): and it is 211 2, 45 | prudence, since the Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 5,7,9) ~that 212 2, 45 | art," as the Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 5): wherefore 213 2, 45 | On the contrary, Gregory states (Moral. ii, 49) that prudence, ~ 214 2, 45 | nature, because, as Tully ~states (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53), " 215 2, 45 | Augustine (De Trin. xiv, 9) ~states that it is an act of prudence " 216 2, 45 | of many ~memories," as he states at the beginning of his 217 2, 48 | contrary, The Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 8) that there 218 2, 49 | some, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. vi, 11). Therefore { 219 2, 51 | that, As the Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 5) "pleasure 220 2, 53 | sense, as the Philosopher states in Ethic. vi, 12.~Aquin.: 221 2, 53 | another man, as ~Augustine states (De Doctr. Christ. ii, 3), 222 2, 53 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) states that fraud is a ~daughter 223 2, 53 | manifestly, as the Philosopher states ~(Rhet. ii, 2,3) [*Cf. Ethic. 224 2, 55 | of nations," as Isidore states (Etym. v, 4). Therefore 225 2, 55 | former, ~as the Philosopher states (Polit. i, 2). Wherefore 226 2, 55 | what is his, as Ambrose states (De Offic. i, 24). ~Now 227 2, 56 | OBJ 3: As the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 4), in matters 228 2, 58 | uncertain things, as Augustine ~states (De Serm. Dom. in Monte 229 2, 58 | wherefore the Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 3) that suspicion 230 2, 60 | parents, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14). Wherefore 231 2, 61 | virtue," as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. i, 5). Now prelates 232 2, 62 | man, as ~the Philosopher states (Polit. i, 3).~Aquin.: SMT 233 2, 62 | harmful, as the Philosopher states (Polit. i, 1 and Ethic. 234 2, 62 | death, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. iii, 6). Therefore 235 2, 63 | injured, as the Philosopher ~states (Rhet. ii). Hence when parents 236 2, 64 | theft from ~robbery, and states that theft is done in secret, 237 2, 64 | common property, as Augustine states (Tract. 1, Super Joan.), ~ 238 2, 65 | power, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 9), so too the ~ 239 2, 65 | punish as the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10). But in matters ~ 240 2, 66 | civil judge, as Gratian states (Callist. I, Epist. ad ~ 241 2, 68 | credible, as Chrysostom states (Hom. i in Matth.), because 242 2, 71 | avenged, as the Philosopher states ~(Rhet. ii, 2): wherefore 243 2, 73 | dishonor," as Damascene states (De Fide Orth. ~ii, 15).~ 244 2, 75 | versa, as the Philosopher states (Polit. i, 3). Now whatever 245 2, 75 | less, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 7). Therefore 246 2, 75 | out his work. But if a man states the defects of the goods 247 2, 77 | transgression, as Chrysostom states (Hom. xxiii super Matth.). 248 2, 78 | pay them back," as Tully states (De invent. ii, ~53) - and 249 2, 78 | revenge," whereby, as Tully states (De invent. ii, 53), "we 250 2, 79 | servitude," as Augustine states (De Civ. Dei x, 1). And 251 2, 79 | Theosebeia}, as Augustine ~states (De Civ. Dei x, 1).~Aquin.: 252 2, 81 | Further, the Philosopher states (De Anima iii, 6) that there 253 2, 81 | petition," and Damascene states (De Fide Orth. iii, 24) 254 2, 81 | as also the Philosopher states (Ethic. i, 8). Augustine ~ 255 2, 81 | Ep. cxxx, 6,7) ~when he states that "it is not unbecoming 256 2, 81 | imprecation," as Augustine states [*De ~Serm. Dom. in Monte 257 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 2: As Augustine states in the same book (De Serm. 258 2, 81 | things, as Hugh of St. Victor states [*De Modo Orandi ii].~Aquin.: 259 2, 81 | gift of God," as Augustine states (De ~Persever. xxiii).~Aquin.: 260 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 1: As Augustine states (Tract. xliv super Joan.), 261 2, 83 | designate thereby," as Augustine states (De ~Civ. Dei x, 19). Moreover 262 2, 84 | case of monks," as Jerome ~states [*Ep. xiv, ad Heliod.]. 263 2, 86 | holy orders, as Dionysius states (Eccl. Hier. vi). The reason 264 2, 87 | same meaning, as Augustine states [*See argument On ~the contrary]; 265 2, 87 | reply that, as Augustine states (De ~Mendacio xv), "when 266 2, 87 | The Philosopher, too, states ~(Metaph. i, 3) that "to 267 2, 87 | in itself, as Augustine states (Ad ~Public., Ep. xlvii): 268 2, 90 | De Natura Deorum ii, ~28] states that the superstitious were 269 2, 91 | answer that, As Augustine states (Cont. Mendac. xiv), "a 270 2, 92 | ad Asclep], as Augustine states (De Civ. ~Dei viii, 23): 271 2, 93 | divinatory, as the ~Philosopher states (De Memor. i): and divination 272 2, 94 | many ways, as ~Augustine states (De Trin. iii, 8,9). But 273 2, 94 | prophetic, as Augustine states (Contra ~Faust. iv, 2; xxii, 274 2, 97 | sins as ~the Philosopher states, in speaking of special 275 2, 98 | heavenly power, as Isidore states (Etym. viii, 5): and so 276 2, 98 | value, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. iv, 1). On the other 277 2, 99 | citizenship, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. viii, 11,12), and 278 2, 101 | master, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 2). Since this 279 2, 102 | and order, ~as Augustine states (De Natura Boni iii) [*Cf. 280 2, 104 | oneself, as the Philosopher ~states regarding justice (Ethic. 281 2, 104 | parents, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. viii, 14). Now 282 2, 104 | repayment, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14). But if 283 2, 106 | but of ~love, as Augustine states (Contra Adamant. xvii). 284 2, 106 | of the mind, as Augustine states (De Serm. Dom. in Monte 285 2, 106 | that, As the Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, 1), aptitude 286 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 2: As Augustine states (QQ. sup. Josue viii), human 287 2, 107 | intention. Now that a man states that which concerns himself, 288 2, 108 | nature, as the ~Philosopher states (Metaph. vii, text. 43; 289 2, 108 | in hand. For, as Seneca ~states (De Benef. iv), for a man 290 2, 108 | or said figuratively, it states ~what those to whom it is 291 2, 112 | lovable to all," as Dionysius states (Div. ~Nom. iv). Therefore 292 2, 116 | vices, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. i, 7; iv, 1). But ~ 293 2, 118 | lawgiver, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10). But ~it 294 2, 118 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 10) states it to be a virtue.~Aquin.: 295 2, 118 | justice, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10). ~Wherefore 296 2, 118 | OBJ 2: As the Philosopher states (Ethic. v, 10), "epikeia 297 2, 121 | since as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ii), ~it is requisite 298 2, 123 | Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 7; iii, 7) states that ~timidity is opposed 299 2, 127 | resist reason ~as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv, 4).~Aquin.: 300 2, 127 | virtue. But the Philosopher states (Ethic. ~iv, 3) that "whatever 301 2, 129 | virtue, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. i, 12; iv, 3; viii, 302 2, 133 | with reason, as Dionysius states ~(Div. Nom. iv, 4). Therefore 303 2, 139 | with reason, as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv). Hence human 304 2, 140 | disease as the Philosopher ~states (Ethic. vii, 5). Therefore 305 2, 142 | according as the Philosopher states (Ethic. iv, 9) and ~Damascene ( 306 2, 143 | due proportion. For he states that God is said to be beautiful, 307 2, 145 | Consensu Evang. ii, ~27), who states that fasting is of two kinds. 308 2, 149 | curbing, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. iii, 12). Now the 309 2, 151 | Ep. cxxiii ad Ageruch.] ~states, rendered the hearts of 310 2, 152 | intercourse, as Isidore states ~(Etym. v, 26). But this 311 2, 152 | evident that as Augustine ~states (De Virgin. 8), the observance 312 2, 152 | with female, as the Apostle states (Rm. 1:27): ~and this is 313 2, 154 | beasts, as the Philosopher ~states (Ethic. vii, 3). Therefore 314 2, 154 | in some women. Hence he states that ~"we do not describe 315 2, 154 | not" ~as the Philosopher states (Ethic. vii, 6). Therefore 316 2, 155 | an ~inferior," as Seneca states (De Clementia ii, 3), and 317 2, 156 | all vices," as ~Gregory states (Moral. xxxi, 45). Therefore 318 2, 159 | mind, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, ~5).~Aquin.: 319 2, 160 | vice, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, 8). But no vice 320 2, 162 | contraries, as the Philosopher states (De Anima ii, 11). On the 321 2, 165 | truth, as the Philosopher states ~(Ethic. x, 7,8). Hence 322 2, 165 | delight, as the Philosopher ~states (Poet. vi). Therefore the 323 2, 166 | nature," as the Philosopher ~states (Ethic. ii, 1). But outward 324 2, 166 | else," as ~the Philosopher states (Ethic. ii, 4). Therefore 325 2, 166 | capital ~vices, as Gregory states (Moral. xxxi, 17). But excess 326 2, 166 | rude, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. iv, 8).~Aquin.: 327 2, 169 | the various duties ~and states of life, as expressed in 328 2, 169 | Wherefore, as Isidore states (Etym. vii, 8), "in the 329 2, 169 | prophetic spirit. For ~Augustine states (Confess. vi, 13) that his 330 2, 173 | 4: Further, as Augustine states (Gen. ad lit. xii, 6,7), " 331 2, 173 | reason that the Apostle states that he knew he was rapt ~ 332 2, 173 | subsequently, ~since he states that at the present time 333 2, 173 | to mean that he whom he states to have been rapt was a ~ 334 2, 177 | soul, as the Philosopher states (De Anima ii, 4). Therefore ~ 335 2, 178 | and as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ~ii, 4), "knowledge," 336 2, 178 | phantasms, as the Philosopher states (De ~Anima iii, 7). Yet 337 2, 181 | Para. 1/2 - TREATISE ON THE STATES OF LIFE (QQ[183]-189)~OF 338 2, 181 | MAN'S VARIOUS DUTIES AND STATES IN GENERAL (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 339 2, 181 | next consider man's various states and duties. We shall consider ~( 340 2, 181 | consider ~(1) man's duties and states in general; (2) the state 341 2, 181 | there should be various states and duties?~(3) Of the diversity 342 2, 181 | 4) Of the diversity of states.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 343 2, 181 | suffices for a difference of states.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 344 2, 181 | should be different duties or states in the Church?~Aquin.: SMT 345 2, 181 | not be different duties or states ~in the Church. For distinction 346 2, 181 | distinction of duties and states in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 347 2, 181 | distinction of duties and states in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 348 2, 181 | not to be a distinction of states and duties in the Church.~ 349 2, 181 | that, The difference of states and duties in the Church 350 2, 181 | OBJ 1: The distinction of states and duties is not an obstacle 351 2, 181 | differentiated by various duties, states, and grades.~Aquin.: SMT 352 2, 181 | distinction of duties and states, since thereby the greater 353 2, 181 | even ecclesiastical orders, states, and grades seemingly ~differ 354 2, 181 | that duties, grades, and states differ in the ~same way. 355 2, 181 | have the ~difference of states, in reference to which some 356 2, 181 | Whether the difference of states applies to those who are 357 2, 181 | seem that the difference of states does not apply to ~those 358 2, 181 | that the differences of states should ~not be assigned 359 2, 181 | grades differs from that of ~states, as we have said above ( 360 2, 181 | xxiv, 11): "There are three states ~of the converted, the beginning, 361 2, 181 | terms indicate different states), not in relation to any ~ 362 2, 182 | perfection whereto the other states are directed. For the consideration ~ 363 2, 182 | that we are now speaking of states, namely in so far as the 364 2, 182 | beauty from the variety of states [*Cf. Q[183], A[2]].~Aquin.: 365 2, 182 | distinctions of ecclesiastical ~states, a man does not reach the 366 2, 184 | than to the diversity of states, as ~stated above (Q[40], 367 2, 184 | perfected, as ~Dionysius states (Eccl. Hier. vi), where 368 2, 184 | Cf. Moral. ii] of Gregory states. Therefore a vow is requisite 369 2, 185 | own bread." Hence Jerome states (Super ~epist. ad Galat. [* 370 2, 186 | is second," as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. vii). ~The second 371 2, 187 | comparison with various states; and ~thus he who desires 372 2, 187 | deserts." Hence, as Gregory states (Dial. ii, 3), "the Roman ~ 373 2, 187 | take oaths (as the canon ~states), so are they not bound 374 3, 11 | prevents a thing in different states from ~reaching its end by 375 3, 13 | But ~since man has three states - viz. innocence, sin, and 376 3, 31 | all the more since Ambrose states ~that Christ was of the 377 3, 35 | nature," as the Philosopher states (Phys. ii): for the purpose 378 3, 47 | break His legs." Mark also states (15:44) that "Pilate wondered 379 3, 51 | ruler ~of the Jews," as John states (Jn. 3:1).~Aquin.: SMT TP 380 3, 55 | rolled back, while Mark states that he was seen after the 381 3, 65 | according to men's various states and habitudes. And in this 382 3, 83 | according to its various states; and ~thirdly, the distribution 383 3, 85 | from ~charity, as Augustine states (De Civ. Dei xiv, 7,8,9): 384 3, 85 | man, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14), wherefore 385 3, 85 | vengeance, as Augustine states in ~De Poenitentia [*De 386 3, 86 | impenitence, as Augustine states (De Verb. Dom. xi), which 387 3, 86 | penance: for as Gregory states (Hom. xxxiii in Evang.), " 388 3, 90 | single ~defect," as Dionysius states (Div. Nom. iv). And thus, 389 Suppl, 1 | define it. For, as Augustine states (De Civ. Dei xiv, ~6), " 390 Suppl, 6 | innate power," as Tully states (De Inv. Rhet. ii), consequently ~ 391 Suppl, 10| more wary," as ~the Master states in the text (Sent. iv, D, 392 Suppl, 12| honor to God, as Anselm states ~(Cur Deus Homo i). Therefore 393 Suppl, 14| for another, as the Master states (Sent. iv, D, 15). ~But 394 Suppl, 14| friendship, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 1,3). ~Now in 395 Suppl, 14| OBJ 1: As the Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14), since 396 Suppl, 15| Satisfaction," as Anselm states (Cur Deus homo i) ~"consists 397 Suppl, 16| differ as to their previous ~states, which penance regards directly.~ 398 Suppl, 18| declaration only, as the Master states (Sent. iv, D, ~18), for 399 Suppl, 18| the effect, as Dionysius states ~(Hier. Eccl., cap. ult.), 400 Suppl, 19| Further, as the Master states (Sent. iv, D, 18), there 401 Suppl, 25| make. For as ~Augustine states (Ep. ad Hieron. lxxviii), " 402 Suppl, 28| ascribed to St. Augustine] ~states. Now solemnization has a 403 Suppl, 29| wash sin away," as Hugh states (De Sacram. ii). Now ~the 404 Suppl, 30| marks a distinction of . states with regard to ~duties which 405 Suppl, 34| superior, as the objection states; but it is not thus that 406 Suppl, 41| universally true, since Holy Writ states that there has ~been matrimony 407 Suppl, 41| according to the various states and conditions of men; ~ 408 Suppl, 42| according to the different states of man, wherefore it ~was 409 Suppl, 42| instituted in the various ~states of man in reference to that 410 Suppl, 42| variation according to various states; just as it is of natural 411 Suppl, 47| fearless, as the ~Philosopher states (Ethic. iii, 4), not that 412 Suppl, 50| according to ~the various states of mankind, and since positive 413 Suppl, 57| things, as the Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 11,12), namely 414 Suppl, 65| natural, as the ~Commentator states (De Coelo et Mundo iii, 415 Suppl, 65| just as the Philosopher ~states (Ethic. i, 3,7).~Aquin.: 416 Suppl, 69| they ~sinned, as Gregory states (Dial. iv, 55). But they 417 Suppl, 69| according to the ~souls' various states. Now the soul united to 418 Suppl, 69| merits there are various states, and consequently the ~comparison 419 Suppl, 70| called sense, as Basil ~states in his commentary on the 420 Suppl, 72| A[5], ad 1] as Dionysius states (Coel. Hier. xi). For sometimes ~ 421 Suppl, 72| denotes the air, as Augustine states (De Civ. Dei xx, 18); and 422 Suppl, 72| Porphyrius said as Augustine states (De Civ. De. xxii, 26): ~" 423 Suppl, 74| answer that, As Augustine states (De Trin. iii, 4) "Divine 424 Suppl, 77| opinion asserted. But it states that all the parts that 425 Suppl, 77| species, as the third opinion states, which ~opinion seems to 426 Suppl, 78| as ~also the Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 7), wherefore 427 Suppl, 80| Constantinople, as ~Gregory states (Moral. xxiv): for he said 428 Suppl, 86| the number ~twelve," as he states (De Civ. Dei xx), "signifies 429 Suppl, 93| continency. ~This gloss which states that the hundredfold fruit 430 Suppl, 93| its precedence over other states: and ~consequently a greater 431 Suppl, 94| punishment," as Augustine states (Confess. i, 12).~ 432 Appen1, 1| according to their respective states; and first we shall ~treat


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