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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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aspect

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1 1, 1 | indeed, in its material aspect, ~but as regards the precise 2 1, 1 | sacred science under one aspect precisely so far as ~they 3 1, 1 | in each ~the same formal aspect, namely, so far as they 4 1, 1 | is ~the thing under the aspect of which all things are 5 1, 1 | are treated of under the aspect ~of God: either because 6 1, 1 | science, and not to the ~aspect under which it is treated, 7 1, 5 | But goodness presents the aspect ~of desirableness, which 8 1, 5 | since goodness has the ~aspect of desirable; whereas to 9 1, 5 | goodness, since it has the ~aspect of desirable, implies the 10 1, 5 | actual. For ~goodness has the aspect of the end, in which not 11 1, 5 | anything to being beyond the aspect of ~desirability and perfection, 12 1, 5 | thus they cannot have the aspect of an end, which itself 13 1, 5 | end, which itself has the ~aspect of moving another. Nor is 14 1, 5 | Whether goodness has the aspect of a final cause?~Aquin.: 15 1, 5 | that goodness has not the aspect of a final cause, but ~rather 16 1, 5 | beauty." But beauty has the aspect of a formal ~cause. Therefore 17 1, 5 | Therefore goodness has the aspect of a formal cause.~Aquin.: 18 1, 5 | self-giving implies the aspect of an efficient cause. Therefore ~ 19 1, 5 | Therefore ~goodness has the aspect of an efficient cause.~Aquin.: 20 1, 5 | Therefore goodness implies the aspect of an efficient cause.~Aquin.: 21 1, 5 | Therefore goodness has the aspect of a final cause.~Aquin.: 22 1, 5 | and since ~this has the aspect of an end, it is clear that 23 1, 5 | that goodness implies the ~aspect of an end. Nevertheless, 24 1, 5 | and therefore it has the aspect of an end (the appetite ~ 25 1, 6 | it is manifest that ~the aspect of good and of desirableness 26 1, 7 | forasmuch as ~parts have the aspect of matter; but by addition 27 1, 7 | the whole ~which has the aspect of a form. Therefore the 28 1, 10 | time, but it differs in aspect; for inasmuch as time ~corresponds 29 1, 10 | all time, but differs in ~aspect a being here and there; 30 1, 10 | now" as alternating in aspect is time. But eternity ~remains 31 1, 10 | according to both subject and aspect; and hence eternity ~is 32 1, 12 | determined according to some ~aspect of wisdom, or of power, 33 1, 13 | signify one thing under one aspect; for words which signify 34 1, 14 | spoke in reference to that aspect of knowledge to ~which the 35 1, 16 | appetite - and hence the aspect of goodness passes on from ~ 36 1, 16 | the object understood, the aspect of the true ~must needs 37 1, 16 | applicable to it under ~either aspect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 38 1, 16 | resides, in its primary aspect, ~in the intellect. Now 39 1, 16 | understood except under the aspect of ~the true. Therefore 40 1, 19 | for ~the end has the aspect of good.~Aquin.: SMT FP 41 1, 19 | essentially, yet ~they differ in aspect, according to the different 42 1, 20 | thing being loved under ~one aspect, while it is hated under 43 1, 20 | from God. Hence under this ~aspect, they are hated by Him.~ 44 1, 21 | of the Gentiles. But an aspect of justice appears in the ~ 45 1, 24 | a man is chosen has the aspect of an end. For a soldier 46 1, 24 | The life of grace has the aspect, not of an end, but of ~ 47 1, 25 | because it cannot have the aspect of possibility. Hence it ~ 48 1, 26 | essentially to Him under the aspect of His ~essence; but rather 49 1, 26 | essence; but rather under the aspect of His intellect.~Aquin.: 50 1, 27 | Hence a hair has not the aspect of ~generation and sonship, 51 1, 27 | from animals has not the aspect of generation and sonship, 52 1, 28 | formally as such, in that aspect ~they are said to be "assistant," 53 1, 44 | under ~some particular aspect, either as "this" or as " 54 1, 45 | creation has a certain aspect of priority on the part 55 1, 58 | angels, then in the first aspect of ~principles they would 56 1, 58 | nature" we refer to the aspect of the thing known in so 57 1, 59 | not ~that they know the aspect of goodness, but that they 58 1, 59 | whereby they perceive the aspect of goodness; ~this belongs 59 1, 59 | intellect know the ~universal aspect of goodness, it is manifest 60 1, 59 | according to the common aspect of goodness; nor can there ~ 61 1, 59 | according to its common aspect, but for some ~particular 62 1, 74 | represented in a sevenfold aspect (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22; De 63 1, 77 | but ~rather the common aspect of both contraries; as sight 64 1, 45 | under ~some particular aspect, either as "this" or as " 65 1, 46 | creation has a certain aspect of priority on the part 66 1, 59 | angels, then in the first aspect of ~principles they would 67 1, 59 | nature" we refer to the aspect of the thing known in so 68 1, 60 | not ~that they know the aspect of goodness, but that they 69 1, 60 | whereby they perceive the aspect of goodness; ~this belongs 70 1, 60 | intellect know the ~universal aspect of goodness, it is manifest 71 1, 60 | according to the common aspect of goodness; nor can there ~ 72 1, 60 | according to its common aspect, but for some ~particular 73 1, 73 | represented in a sevenfold aspect (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22; De 74 1, 76 | but ~rather the common aspect of both contraries; as sight 75 1, 78 | under the same objective aspect - namely, ~under the aspect 76 1, 78 | aspect - namely, ~under the aspect of being and truth. Wherefore 77 1, 78 | nevertheless agree in the common aspect ~of being, which the intellect 78 1, 78 | something true, as having the aspect of good, for ~example, when 79 1, 78 | operation, and under the ~aspect of truth. For the practical 80 1, 79 | reality, but differ in aspect: for a thing is apprehended 81 1, 79 | Now, ~it is diversity of aspect in the objects, and not 82 1, 81 | nothing except under the aspect of ~good. But because good 83 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The aspect of causality is perceived 84 1, 99 | desired or loved but under the aspect of ~good. I say this according 85 2, 1 | he desires it under the aspect of good. And ~if he desire 86 2, 1 | first, ~considering only the aspect of last end; secondly, considering 87 2, 1 | the thing ~in which the aspect of last end is realized. 88 2, 1 | realized. So, then, as to the aspect ~of last end, all agree 89 2, 1 | the thing ~in which this aspect is realized, all men are 90 2, 1 | itself in which is found the aspect of good, and the use or 91 2, 6 | in knowing it under the aspect of end, and the ~relationship 92 2, 6 | without knowing it under the aspect of end, ~or the relationship 93 2, 7 | considers human acts under the aspect of merit and ~demerit, which 94 2, 8 | directed to either ~under the aspect of good.~Aquin.: SMT FS 95 2, 8 | are apprehended under the aspect of good; and it is thus ~ 96 2, 8 | which may be considered the aspect of the object of that power 97 2, 8 | any ~way colored. Now the aspect of good, which is the object 98 2, 9 | of the true without the aspect of goodness and ~desirability. 99 2, 9 | apprehended under a ~special aspect as contained in the universal 100 2, 10 | must consider under what ~aspect the object moves the power. 101 2, 10 | moves the sight, under ~the aspect of color actually visible. 102 2, 10 | every respect presents the aspect of the mover of that power. 103 2, 13 | reason ~can consider an aspect of some good, and the lack 104 2, 13 | some good, which has ~the aspect of evil: and in this respect, 105 2, 13 | proposed as equal under one aspect, ~nothing hinders us from 106 2, 17 | and one in a particular ~aspect: while with others it is 107 2, 19 | reason, before, under the aspect of goodness, pertaining ~ 108 2, 19 | the more universal the aspect of the apprehended good, 109 2, 19 | thief's death, which has the aspect of good ~in relation to 110 2, 19 | He wills it ~under the aspect of the common good; this 111 2, 19 | good under a ~particular aspect, and yet not good under 112 2, 19 | not good under a universal aspect, or vice ~versa, as stated 113 2, 19 | considered under a particular aspect, ~which thing God wills 114 2, 19 | wills not, under a universal aspect, and vice versa. And ~hence 115 2, 19 | Divine will in the common aspect of the thing willed, it 116 2, 19 | wills, He wills it under the aspect of good. ~Consequently whoever 117 2, 19 | wills a thing under any aspect of good, has a will ~conformed 118 2, 19 | wills such ~things under the aspect of justice. Wherefore in 119 2, 19 | his will to God's, in the aspect of reason of the ~thing 120 2, 19 | but not under the same aspect: ~but there is opposition 121 2, 19 | when under one and the same aspect, one ~man wills a thing 122 2, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the aspect of good belongs first to 123 2, 20 | to the end receives the aspect of good from its relation 124 2, 20 | it is ~evident that this aspect of good or evil, which the 125 2, 20 | something else, has some aspect of goodness in itself, ~ 126 2, 23 | wherefore evil cannot have ~the aspect of a term whereto, but only 127 2, 23 | absolutely, but under the aspect of difficulty or ~arduousness. 128 2, 23 | considered as an ~evil, has the aspect of something to be shunned; 129 2, 23 | can be ~no longer have the aspect of arduousness or difficulty. 130 2, 24 | whatever leads to sin, has an aspect of evil. But these ~passions 131 2, 25 | the irascible adds the ~aspect of arduousness or difficulty 132 2, 25 | Para. 2/2~Now good has the aspect of an end, and the end is 133 2, 26 | absolutely, and not ~under the aspect of difficulty, which is 134 2, 27 | never loved except under the aspect of good, that ~is to say, 135 2, 27 | good, and they differ in ~aspect only. For since good is 136 2, 29 | suitable, ~as such, bears the aspect of good; so whatever is 137 2, 29 | repugnant, as such, ~bears the aspect of evil. And therefore, 138 2, 29 | Being, as such, has not the aspect of repugnance but only ~ 139 2, 29 | determinate being, has an aspect of repugnance to ~some determinate 140 2, 29 | himself, save under the aspect of good: for "evil is outside ~ 141 2, 29 | apprehend ~it under the aspect of good. For even they who 142 2, 29 | as considered under the aspect of universality; secondly, 143 2, 29 | the universal under the aspect of ~universality: and thus 144 2, 30 | crave a thing ~under the aspect of something delightful 145 2, 30 | concupiscence is good, which has the aspect of an end. But where there ~ 146 2, 35 | conjoined, if it have not the aspect ~of good or evil in regard 147 2, 35 | that something under the ~aspect of good or evil is the object 148 2, 35 | are considered under the ~aspect of good or evil. In this 149 2, 35 | is considered under the aspect of good or evil.~Aquin.: 150 2, 36 | as apprehended, has the aspect of a being, wherefore it 151 2, 36 | same thing under a contrary aspect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 152 2, 40 | anything ~except under the aspect of being possible; for no 153 2, 44 | so that fear regards the aspect of ~difficulty more than 154 2, 46 | regards one ~object under the aspect of evil, viz. the noxious 155 2, 46 | there is a ~difference of aspect: for the hater wishes evil 156 2, 46 | but in so far as it has an aspect of good, that is, in so 157 2, 46 | that to seek evil under the aspect of justice, is a lesser 158 2, 46 | evil to someone ~under the aspect of justice, may be according 159 2, 46 | seeks evil only under ~the aspect of a just means of vengeance. 160 2, 49 | and passions have not the aspect of an end, whereas good 161 2, 49 | thing's nature, it has ~the aspect of good: and when it is 162 2, 49 | is unsuitable, it has the aspect of evil. ~And since nature 163 2, 54 | material but in its formal aspect, which may differ ~in species 164 2, 54 | are both known under one ~aspect, since one is known through 165 2, 54 | as they concur in the one aspect of cognoscibility, they 166 2, 54 | contraries agree in one common aspect. Never, however, does it 167 2, 54 | follows contrariety of aspect. Accordingly habits are 168 2, 54 | i.e. some general objective aspect, so ~also a habit extends 169 2, 54 | some specific objective aspect, or to one nature, ~or to 170 2, 57 | consider chiefly the formal aspect of these objects, as ~we 171 2, 57 | objects, but from the formal ~aspect of those objects. Now the 172 2, 57 | demonstration is the ~formal aspect under which the conclusion 173 2, 57 | Reply OBJ 2: When the formal aspect of the object is referred 174 2, 57 | in ~respect of the formal aspect and of the material object: 175 2, 57 | light, which is the ~formal aspect under which color is seen, 176 2, 60 | according to the formal aspect of their objects. Now the 177 2, 60 | objects. Now the formal ~aspect of the good to which moral 178 2, 60 | due which is the formal aspect of justice: for, seemingly, 179 2, 63 | concupiscence of touch. The formal aspect of this object is from ~ 180 2, 63 | is seen under a different aspect from the mean ~which is 181 2, 67 | but not under the same ~aspect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 182 2, 70 | foundation, it has the aspect of being ultimate and delightful, 183 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The aspect of good is found chiefly 184 2, 72 | hinders our finding one formal aspect of the object, from which 185 2, 72 | of the object, from which aspect ~sin receives its species. 186 2, 74 | not tend to it under the aspect of evil. But since some 187 2, 74 | suddenly under some other aspect, before the eternal ~law, 188 2, 77 | part; secondly, under the aspect of difficulty, according ~ 189 2, 78 | of that habit, has ~the aspect of something lovable, since 190 2, 80 | object proposed has an aspect of good, because he also, 191 2, 84 | soul, which derives its aspect of appetibility, ~merely 192 2, 84 | another's ~good has the aspect of a virtuous good, i.e. 193 2, 85 | substance ~of the act, and the aspect of fault. As regards the 194 2, 94 | acts for an end ~under the aspect of good. Consequently the 195 2, 94 | ways: first, under ~the aspect of virtuous; secondly, as 196 2, 1 | known, which is the formal ~aspect of the object. Thus in the 197 2, 1 | materially, while the formal aspect of the science is ~the mean 198 2, 1 | consider, in faith, the formal aspect of the object, ~it is nothing 199 2, 1 | by ~means of the formal aspect of the object: thus color 200 2, 1 | A[1]) that the formal ~aspect of the object of faith is 201 2, 1 | that is, under ~the common aspect of credibility; and in this 202 2, 1 | of them. Now the formal aspect of ~the object of faith 203 2, 1 | not known, under the same aspect, we are not to distinguish 204 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 2: The formal aspect of the object of faith can 205 2, 1 | thus there is one ~formal aspect of all matters of faith, 206 2, 1 | articles. Secondly, the ~formal aspect of matters of faith, can 207 2, 1 | view; and thus the formal aspect of a matter of faith is 208 2, 2 | The ~other is the formal aspect of the object, for it is 209 2, 2 | will, through having the aspect of an end.~Aquin.: SMT SS 210 2, 2 | of one ~common scientific aspect, they do not all alike lead 211 2, 4 | must needs be under the aspect of something unseen that 212 2, 4 | the act of faith, which aspect is that of a thing ~hoped 213 2, 4 | species from the formal aspect of its object, but is ~individualized 214 2, 4 | heavenly bliss, which is the aspect under which hope and ~charity 215 2, 5 | habit depends on the ~formal aspect of the object, without which 216 2, 5 | in respect ~of its formal aspect; secondly, in respect of 217 2, 7 | but not under the same aspect. Now faith begets hope, 218 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 1: The formal aspect of a sin can be considered 219 2, 10 | forsakes, but its formal aspect, considered as that to which 220 2, 16 | hopes to obtain, ~has the aspect of a final cause, while 221 2, 16 | stated above: and a different aspect of the object suffices for 222 2, 22 | person, but under a different aspect from justice. For justice 223 2, 22 | another person, under the aspect of the ~legal due, whereas 224 2, 22 | friendship considers the aspect of a friendly and ~moral 225 2, 22 | wherever there is ~a special aspect of good, there is a special 226 2, 22 | happiness, has a special aspect of ~good, wherefore the 227 2, 22 | regards principally but one aspect of lovableness, namely God' 228 2, 23 | good under the ~universal aspect of good, according as it 229 2, 23 | regarding God under the ~aspect of last end as stated above ( 230 2, 24 | considered under ~its formal aspect, it follows of necessity 231 2, 24 | same act that tends to an aspect of the object, and that 232 2, 24 | to the ~object under that aspect: thus it is specifically 233 2, 24 | see the color under the aspect ~of light.~Aquin.: SMT SS 234 2, 24 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the aspect under which our neighbor 235 2, 24 | universal good, whatever has the aspect of ~good, can be the object 236 2, 27 | add to love any special aspect, that might ~cause a special 237 2, 28 | peace add nothing to the aspect of good which is ~the object 238 2, 28 | regards a certain special aspect, namely the ~misery of the 239 2, 29 | first under the general aspect of good, ~and this belongs 240 2, 29 | considered under some ~special aspect of good, then beneficence 241 2, 29 | benefit ~bestowed, the general aspect of good, so does justice 242 2, 29 | justice see therein the ~aspect of debt, while pity considers 243 2, 29 | objects. Now the formal aspect of the object of charity 244 2, 29 | virtues regard the common aspect of ~good, as explained above ( 245 2, 29 | consider them under the common aspect of good, are to be traced 246 2, 29 | considered under the common aspect of evil, are to be traced ~ 247 2, 31 | end depends on the formal aspect of the end, ~the chief of 248 2, 31 | of a virtuous act is this aspect of the ~end, which in this 249 2, 32 | very reason it assumes the aspect of good; so we are ~moved 250 2, 32 | very reason ~it assumes the aspect of evil. Wherefore, since 251 2, 32 | far as that evil has the aspect of vengeance: but ~afterwards, 252 2, 32 | formally as regards ~the aspect of the object, but dispositively 253 2, 34 | and envy according to the aspect ~of its object is contrary 254 2, 41 | it may ~derive the formal aspect of a special sin from the 255 2, 45 | secondly, formally, under the aspect of good. Good, under the 256 2, 45 | of good. Good, under the aspect of ~good, is the object 257 2, 45 | considering it under the aspect of good. On the other hand 258 2, 45 | which is good under the ~aspect of good.~Aquin.: SMT SS 259 2, 45 | according to its ~formal aspect, as explained above (FS, 260 2, 45 | Consequently any ~difference in the aspect of an object, that requires 261 2, 45 | virtues according to a formal aspect distinctive of powers, i.e. 262 2, 45 | so moral virtue has the aspect of virtue, in so far ~as 263 2, 45 | considered in its ~formal aspect. Now the formal aspect of 264 2, 45 | formal aspect. Now the formal aspect of all things directed to 265 2, 48 | Reply OBJ 2: A different aspect of the object diversifies 266 2, 48 | but under a more general aspect, as by his ~subjects who 267 2, 49 | considers in all matters the one aspect of good, ~wherefore prudence 268 2, 51 | considered under its proper aspect, since it is not ~possible 269 2, 53 | some evil end, which is the aspect ~under which the world and 270 2, 54 | regards its object ~under the aspect of something due, which 271 2, 54 | above all, regards the ~aspect of something due, which 272 2, 56 | but ~also under a formal aspect. For the aspect of the " 273 2, 56 | a formal aspect. For the aspect of the "common" good differs ~ 274 2, 56 | good differs ~from the aspect of the "individual" good, 275 2, 56 | individual" good, even as the aspect of "whole" ~differs from 276 2, 56 | under a certain special ~aspect of the object, in so far 277 2, 60 | in respect of ~the formal aspect of justice, which considers 278 2, 64 | 1. Therefore the sinful aspect of robbery ~differs from 279 2, 74 | desire, there is the same aspect of lawfulness and ~unlawfulness, 280 2, 74 | another's evil under the aspect of good, it is ~lawful; 281 2, 74 | or desiring it, under the aspect ~of a twofold good. Sometimes 282 2, 74 | good. Sometimes under the aspect of just, and thus a judge ~ 283 2, 74 | evil is spoken under the aspect of ~useful, as when one 284 2, 74 | another man evil under the aspect of good, is not ~opposed 285 2, 74 | of fault except under the aspect of punishment. But the mode 286 2, 74 | considered in its generic aspect is a graver sin than ~the 287 2, 74 | command, since it has the aspect of a cause, will be ~more 288 2, 77 | regards a certain special aspect of good; namely, the good 289 2, 77 | considered under a special aspect, ~by which they are appropriated 290 2, 77 | justice under a special aspect of good and evil, while ~ 291 2, 77 | namely under its special aspect of an act ~against a negative 292 2, 77 | aspects, but under a special aspect, ~as stated above. The sin 293 2, 77 | due. Now good under the aspect ~of due belongs properly 294 2, 77 | virtue, but only under the ~aspect of due, which pertains to 295 2, 78 | by reason of this common ~aspect be annexed to justice. Now 296 2, 78 | by falling ~short of the aspect of equality; secondly, by 297 2, 78 | by falling short of the aspect ~of due. For certain virtues 298 2, 79 | render anyone his due has the aspect of ~good, since by rendering 299 2, 79 | But order comes under the aspect of good, just as mode and 300 2, 79 | paid to ~images under one aspect, and under another aspect 301 2, 79 | aspect, and under another aspect to God Himself. Since, ~ 302 2, 79 | then, a difference of aspect distinguishes virtues, it 303 2, 79 | according to a different aspect of the object. Now it ~belongs 304 2, 79 | reverence to one God under one aspect, ~namely, as the first principle 305 2, 79 | attributes concur under the aspect ~of first principle, because 306 2, 79 | wherever there is a ~special aspect of good, there must be a 307 2, 79 | due to someone under the aspect of excellence: and to God 308 2, 86 | promise to a man under one aspect, and to God under ~another. 309 2, 97 | as a thing acquires an aspect of good through being deputed 310 2, 97 | Wherever we find a special aspect of deformity, there ~must 311 2, 97 | chiefly from its formal aspect, and not from its matter 312 2, 97 | sacrilege we find a special aspect of deformity, namely, the 313 2, 97 | species, if the formal aspect remains the same. Now there 314 2, 97 | seem to ~be the same formal aspect of sin in all violations 315 2, 97 | 1: There is not the same aspect of holiness in all the ~ 316 2, 97 | as regards the one formal aspect ~of sacrilege: for instance, 317 2, 99 | object under a ~special aspect. Since, then, the nature 318 2, 99 | wherever there is a special aspect of something ~due to a person, 319 2, 101 | Since this difference of aspect in the ~object differentiates 320 2, 101 | the trace of God. Now the aspect of likeness denoted by an 321 2, 101 | image ~differs from the aspect conveyed by a trace. Therefore 322 2, 101 | reveres his lord under one aspect, a ~soldier his commanding 323 2, 102 | this act has a special aspect of praiseworthiness by reason 324 2, 102 | his lord. Accordingly the aspect of ~precept, which obedience 325 2, 102 | formally and intentionally the aspect of precept, it will be a 326 2, 102 | therefore admits of only one aspect. And since ~obedience is 327 2, 102 | itself, as regarding the aspect of ~precept, it is one special 328 2, 102 | without considering the aspect of precept. Consequently, 329 2, 105 | Nothing hinders the formal aspect of some special sin from ~ 330 2, 105 | sin, and in this way the ~aspect of ingratitude is to be 331 2, 106 | ways. First, under ~the aspect of punishment, and in this 332 2, 107 | whenever we find a special aspect of goodness in ~human acts, 333 2, 107 | it follows that a special aspect of good will be found where ~ 334 2, 107 | considered in its proper aspect as a ~perfection of the 335 2, 107 | considered in its proper aspect ~as the end of the appetite 336 2, 107 | since virtue includes the aspect of goodness, it ~is possible 337 2, 107 | falls short of the proper aspect of ~justice, as to the notion 338 2, 107 | indeed as regards the proper ~aspect of truth, but as regards 339 2, 107 | truth, but as regards the aspect of prudence, which should 340 2, 108 | considered under this aspect, be a mortal sin, as in 341 2, 112 | because it lacks the full aspect of debt, whereby one man 342 2, 115 | of riches under another aspect, ~namely, that of debt, 343 2, 115 | riches under a special ~aspect, in so far, to wit, as they 344 2, 115 | albeit ~under a different aspect, a stated in this Article 345 2, 116 | where there is a special aspect ~of good inordinately desired, 346 2, 116 | useful good differs in aspect from the delightful good. 347 2, 116 | they are desired under ~the aspect of being useful to man. 348 2, 116 | inasmuch as they have ~the aspect of useful good. But there 349 2, 116 | desirable under another aspect. Wherefore the desire for 350 2, 116 | sins, by ~reason of the aspect under which it is a mortal 351 2, 116 | since riches ~have the aspect, not of an end, but rather 352 2, 116 | is one ~which under the aspect of end gives rise to other 353 2, 120 | it has not in itself the aspect of good. On the other hand, ~ 354 2, 120 | hand, ~adultery has the aspect of a certain kind of good, 355 2, 120 | pleasurable, and theft has an aspect of good, i.e. of something 356 2, 120 | its very nature has the aspect of something concupiscible. ~ 357 2, 127 | faculty, but in so far as the aspect of difficult is added, ~ 358 2, 127 | to wit, as honor has the aspect of something great or difficult.~ 359 2, 127 | man avoids under a special aspect, inasmuch as ~they are contrary 360 2, 130 | stands prominent under the aspect of ~desirability, for the 361 2, 131 | we consider it under the ~aspect of its proper movement, 362 2, 132 | possible to consider a special aspect of goodness, namely ~that 363 2, 132 | respect, regards the sole aspect of great, ~while the other 364 2, 132 | iv, 2, but not under the aspect of gift, but rather under 365 2, 132 | gift, but rather under the ~aspect of expenditure directed 366 2, 132 | themselves, as viewed under ~the aspect of something due: but liberality 367 2, 134 | considered under the one aspect of grievous evil.~Aquin.: 368 2, 135 | derives perfection from the aspect of good rather than ~from 369 2, 135 | good rather than ~from the aspect of difficulty.~Aquin.: SMT 370 2, 139 | particular virtue under one same aspect. Now all ~pleasures of sense 371 2, 139 | order; since good has the aspect of end, and the end is the 372 2, 139 | considered more under the aspect of good, ~wherein justice 373 2, 139 | justice excels, than under the aspect of difficult, wherein ~temperance 374 2, 140 | the end, ~which has the aspect of good: because fortitude 375 2, 143 | inasmuch as they have an aspect of goodness in themselves, 376 2, 143 | the beautiful. ~For the aspect of honest is derived from 377 2, 143 | it differs from them in aspect. For, as stated ~above ( 378 2, 143 | Nevertheless they differ in aspect. For a thing is said to 379 2, 146 | those whence, under the aspect of final cause, other vices ~ 380 2, 146 | of gluttony, has not the aspect ~of end, since it is sought, 381 2, 146 | regards goods having the aspect of utility, there is but ~ 382 2, 146 | useful things there is one aspect of desirability. Hence ~ 383 2, 151 | lust - and not under the aspect of final cause, in which ~ 384 2, 156 | for some person, under the aspect of ~a good that is vengeance. 385 2, 156 | another's evil ~under the aspect of just revenge. Wherefore 386 2, 156 | or glory, than under the aspect of the rectitude of ~justice. 387 2, 156 | part of the good, under the aspect of which the angry man ~ 388 2, 156 | inasmuch as it considers the aspect of ~justice, as stated above.~ 389 2, 156 | another's hurt under ~the aspect of revenge; and the least 390 2, 156 | object which has much of the aspect of desirability, in so far 391 2, 156 | revenge ~is desired under the aspect of just or honest*, which 392 2, 156 | which desires evil under the aspect of good, has a ~more desirable 393 2, 156 | desires evil under ~the aspect of evil: wherefore anger 394 2, 159 | the ~appetite, namely the aspect of good, and likewise something 395 2, 160 | which it has under the aspect of its ~proper object. In 396 2, 160 | Pride regards a special aspect in its object, which aspect ~ 397 2, 160 | aspect in its object, which aspect ~may be found in various 398 2, 160 | this gives sin its formal aspect and complement. Now ~on 399 2, 162 | Secondly, as having an aspect of good, namely as being ~ 400 2, 169 | prophecy have the ~common aspect of being unknowable to man 401 2, 172 | denunciation, because the aspect of truth is the same in 402 2, 178 | contemplation, ~it has the aspect of an appetible good, both 403 2, 182 | to ~another" has the same aspect as "movement from less to 404 3, 2 | the Word. Secondly, in the aspect of person or hypostasis ~ 405 3, 35 | real, but merely a certain aspect, as the Philosopher observes ~ 406 3, 35 | though there be two in aspect, corresponding to the two ~ 407 3, 45 | which pertains to the ~aspect of His Person.~Aquin.: SMT 408 3, 54 | bodies are seen under ~the aspect of light, but not of color. 409 3, 54 | body was ~beheld under the aspect of color, as it had been 410 3, 55 | themselves to men under human aspect, have spoken and ~lived 411 3, 85 | does so under a special aspect, ~inasmuch as they can be 412 Suppl, 7 | although penance, in its aspect of contrition, is ~the opposite.~ 413 Suppl, 49| or as a remedy it has the aspect of something useful and 414 Suppl, 49| nature. Hence the sacramental aspect is a condition added to 415 Suppl, 55| same name or under the same aspect, as ~is the case with all 416 Suppl, 65| of all animals, knows the aspect of the end, and the ~proportion 417 Suppl, 71| in respect of the formal aspect of its object. Now the ~ 418 Suppl, 71| object. Now the ~formal aspect of the saints' joy, no matter 419 Suppl, 71| with God as ~the formal aspect of their joy, it does not 420 Suppl, 76| death, albeit not under the aspect ~of humanity, because the 421 Suppl, 86| Considered under this special aspect the words addressed to ~ 422 Suppl, 87| gives pleasure, ~and the aspect of appetibility or pleasurableness 423 Suppl, 87| unpleasant; but the ~very aspect of pleasurableness has not 424 Suppl, 87| of goodness which is the ~aspect of appetibility or pleasurableness, 425 Suppl, 89| from the fact that the aspect of knowableness is not united 426 Suppl, 92| in reality but differ in aspect: ~because dowry regards 427 Suppl, 92| consider them under the aspect of dowry.~Aquin.: SMT XP 428 Suppl, 92| But considered under ~the aspect of dowry they are not as 429 Suppl, 95| desirable, since it has no aspect of ~good, but is pure privation 430 Suppl, 95| not to be" ~takes on the aspect of good, since "to lack


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