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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | contrary, Hilary says (Trin. vii): "In God existence is not 2 1, 3 | when he says (De Trin. vii): "God, Who is strength, 3 1, 3 | Augustine (De Civ. ~Dei vii, 6). This is practically 4 1, 8 | hence it is proved in Phys. vii ~that the thing moved and 5 1, 12 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii), "the inferior angels ~ 6 1, 14 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii), "In God to be is the ~ 7 1, 14 | Dionysius ~says (Div. Nom. vii): "God through Himself receives 8 1, 15 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ~vii), that God does not know 9 1, 20 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii): "God rejoices by an ~operation 10 1, 28 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii) that, "every relative ~ 11 1, 29 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, ~6): "When we speak of 12 1, 30 | with Augustine (De Trin. vii, 4), ~"Three persons." Therefore 13 1, 30 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 4) that when we ask, ~" 14 1, 31 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii), that when we speak of ~ 15 1, 31 | for Hilary says (De Trin. vii) that "in ~the divine persons 16 1, 31 | Hence Hilary ~says (De Trin. vii): "It is sacrilege to assert 17 1, 32 | Augustine says (Confess. vii, 9): "I have read in their 18 1, 34 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 11): "As the Son is ~related 19 1, 34 | Augustine says ~(De Trin. vii, 1) that the Word is "begotten 20 1, 34 | Augustine says (De Trin. ~vii, 1): "He who speaks in that 21 1, 34 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 11): "Word and Son express ~ 22 1, 35 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 1): "What is more absurd ~ 23 1, 36 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 4): "When we ask, Three 24 1, 36 | of Constantinople (Can. vii) ~we read: "We believe in 25 1, 37 | For Augustine (De Trin. vii, 1) proves that the Father ~ 26 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 6) that we do not say that ~ 27 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, i, 2): "The Father and 28 1, 41 | Augustine says (Ad Orosium qu. ~vii).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 29 1, 41 | down by Hilary (De Trin. vii) that, "In them ~nothing 30 1, 41 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 6) that the three persons ~ 31 1, 41 | Master says (Sent. i, D, vii), and ~not the relation 32 1, 43 | as Hilary says (De Trin. vii). Therefore one person is 33 1, 45 | the ~Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident is more 34 1, 51 | Augustine tells us (De Civ. Dei vii). As this is contrary to ~ 35 1, 52 | the ~Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes the 36 1, 55 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that "the angels, according 37 1, 55 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that the "angels do not ~ 38 1, 56 | Dionysius observes (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore the angels cannot 39 1, 57 | is stated ~(Coel. Hier. vii) that "Sacred Scripture 40 1, 58 | observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~Therefore an angel's 41 1, 58 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that the "angels do not ~ 42 1, 58 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that "the intellectual ~ 43 1, 58 | But ~Dionysius (Div. Nom. vii) affirms this of the demons. 44 1, 63 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vi, vii). Therefore, the highest ~ 45 1, 63 | Augustine quotes (De Civ. Dei vii, 6,7; x, 9,10,11). ~For 46 1, 65 | Whereas, as Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~ 47 1, 66 | Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. i; vii.], by supposing that formlessness, ~ 48 1, 75 | says Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6). But the ~soul has a 49 1, 75 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. vii, 7,8,9) proves that the ~ 50 1, 75 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii), "Angelic minds ~have simple 51 1, 76 | Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference is derived 52 1, 76 | says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 2), that ~the genus is 53 1, 76 | argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6), ~against Plato, that 54 1, 76 | Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 3), compares the species 55 1, 76 | stated in Metaph. viii ~(Did. vii, 3); and consequently it 56 1, 76 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii). But nature never fails 57 1, 76 | Philosopher says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 1). Therefore 58 1, 76 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 19), that "the soul ~administers 59 1, 76 | says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 60 1, 77 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vii, 1,2); except, ~perhaps, 61 1, 77 | as is clear from Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 4). Therefore 62 1, 37 | For Augustine (De Trin. vii, 1) proves that the Father ~ 63 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 6) that we do not say that ~ 64 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, i, 2): "The Father and 65 1, 41 | Augustine says (Ad Orosium qu. ~vii).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 66 1, 41 | down by Hilary (De Trin. vii) that, "In them ~nothing 67 1, 41 | Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 6) that the three persons ~ 68 1, 41 | Master says (Sent. i, D, vii), and ~not the relation 69 1, 43 | as Hilary says (De Trin. vii). Therefore one person is 70 1, 46 | the ~Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident is more 71 1, 52 | Augustine tells us (De Civ. Dei vii). As this is contrary to ~ 72 1, 53 | the ~Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes the 73 1, 56 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that "the angels, according 74 1, 56 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that the "angels do not ~ 75 1, 57 | Dionysius observes (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore the angels cannot 76 1, 58 | is stated ~(Coel. Hier. vii) that "Sacred Scripture 77 1, 59 | observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~Therefore an angel's 78 1, 59 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that the "angels do not ~ 79 1, 59 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that "the intellectual ~ 80 1, 59 | But ~Dionysius (Div. Nom. vii) affirms this of the demons. 81 1, 64 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vi, vii). Therefore, the highest ~ 82 1, 64 | Augustine quotes (De Civ. Dei vii, 6,7; x, 9,10,11). ~For 83 1, 66 | Whereas, as Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~ 84 1, 67 | Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. i; vii.], by supposing that formlessness, ~ 85 1, 74 | says Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6). But the ~soul has a 86 1, 74 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. vii, 7,8,9) proves that the ~ 87 1, 74 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii), "Angelic minds ~have simple 88 1, 75 | Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference is derived 89 1, 75 | says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 2), that ~the genus is 90 1, 75 | argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6), ~against Plato, that 91 1, 75 | Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 3), compares the species 92 1, 75 | stated in Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 3); and consequently it 93 1, 75 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii). But nature never fails 94 1, 75 | Philosopher says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 1). Therefore 95 1, 75 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 19), that "the soul ~administers 96 1, 75 | says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 97 1, 76 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vii, 1,2); except, ~perhaps, 98 1, 76 | as is clear from Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 4). Therefore 99 1, 77 | by Dionysius (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore, of these three 100 1, 77 | affected," as stated in Phys. vii, 2.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] 101 1, 78 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii). But man ~arrives at the 102 1, 81 | Aristotle says (Eth. Eudemic. vii, 14), and in ~this way he 103 1, 83 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 104 1, 84 | the individual (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 10), and need 105 1, 84 | he ~makes clear (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 13). But if we 106 1, 85 | intellect, as is said ~Ethic. vii, 3. But a singular proposition 107 1, 89 | Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei vii, 6 [*The words as ~quoted 108 1, 89 | Hence it is said Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 1 that an ~accident 109 1, 89 | Augustine, however (Gen. ad lit. vii, 24), says that the soul 110 1, 89 | For he says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 29): "We ~may believe, 111 1, 90 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 24) that man's body ~was 112 1, 90 | refutes this opinion ~(Metaph. vii), for the reason that forms 113 1, 90 | Augustine ~(Gen. ad lit. vii, 24), was made before the 114 1, 95 | Dionysius says (Ep. ad Polycarp. vii). Therefore ~man had no 115 1, 100 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] 116 1, 104 | Philosopher proves (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, ~8), nothing can 117 1, 104 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. vii, 2), it follows that there 118 1, 105 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii): "Theologians plainly show 119 1, 105 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii): "The names of the ~angels 120 1, 105 | Dionysius expounds (Coel. Hier. vii). ~But this would not apply 121 1, 106 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. ~vii), the inferior angels said 122 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ~vii). Secondly, forasmuch as 123 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii). This belongs to charity 124 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii), in the names of the ~angelic 125 1, 107 | way Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii) explains the names of the ~ 126 1, 107 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii) expounds the name "Seraphim" 127 1, 107 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii) expounds in regard to four 128 1, 107 | But Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii) explains ~the name "Thrones" 129 1, 107 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii), places in the highest ~ 130 1, 107 | and Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii), who agree as regards ~ 131 1, 109 | Philosopher proves (Metaph. ~vii, Did. vi, 8), what is made, 132 1, 109 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii): "Divine wisdom has ~joined 133 1, 111 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii); and therefore the angels 134 2, 2 | appropriated to them" (Ethic. vii, 13), ~although other delights 135 2, 2 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that Divine wisdom "unites 136 2, 4 | be ~unhindered" (Ethic. vii, 13). But delight hinders 137 2, 4 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 13) "the ~operation of 138 2, 5 | declares (Div. Nom. iv, vi, vii) in several ~passages. But 139 2, 5 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 13). Now the beginning 140 2, 9 | of the Eudemian Ethics (vii, ~14).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 141 2, 9 | Wherefore it is said in Phys. vii, ~4, that the generator 142 2, 13 | matters, as stated in Ethic. vii, 3, it seems that it is 143 2, 13 | principles, as declared in Ethic. vii, 8. But ~conclusions follow 144 2, 18 | Philosopher says (Metaph. vii, 12), divide that genus ~ 145 2, 19 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 9) ~that "properly speaking 146 2, 20 | the Philosopher (Metaph. vii, 12). Since ~therefore an 147 2, 20 | Augustine says (Contra Mendac. vii), that "there are ~some 148 2, 28 | Dionysius (Coel. ~Hier. vii) in reckoning the properties 149 2, 31 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 12; x, 5). Therefore delight 150 2, 31 | altered, as ~stated in Phys. vii, 3 and De Anima ii, 5. Therefore 151 2, 31 | fact," as stated in Ethic. vii, 12. Lastly, by saying that 152 2, 31 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 14) ~that "God rejoices 153 2, 31 | they cause madness" (Ethic. vii, 3). Therefore bodily ~pleasures 154 2, 31 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 5,6) that some things ~ 155 2, 32 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 12,13; x, 4) that ~"pleasure 156 2, 32 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. vii, 12) that pleasure is not 157 2, 32 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 14 and Rhetor. i, 11). 158 2, 32 | operation, as stated in Ethic. vii, 14 and x, 4, it seems that ~ 159 2, 32 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 14). Therefore unlikeness, 160 2, 32 | humor," as stated in Ethic. vii, 14.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] 161 2, 32 | unhindered, as stated in ~Ethic. vii, 12,13. Therefore wonder 162 2, 33 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, 3) that "while we sit and 163 2, 33 | is an ~operation (Ethic. vii, 12; x, 4), i.e. either 164 2, 34 | anything," as stated in Ethic. vii, 11. Moreover, Jerome ~says 165 2, 34 | arguments," ~as stated in Ethic. vii, 12.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] 166 2, 34 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. vii, 11) that "pleasure is the 167 2, 35 | Philosopher ~declares (Ethic. vii, 14). Therefore every pleasure 168 2, 35 | pleasure, as stated in Ethic. vii, 12,13; x, 4. But the work 169 2, 35 | Philosopher says (Metaph. vii, 12; ~viii, 2,3). But, secondly, 170 2, 37 | pleasure, as stated in Ethic. vii, 14: and ~(Ecclus. 11:29) 171 2, 37 | wherefore it is stated in Ethic. vii, 11 that "in the ~moment 172 2, 37 | cases, as stated in Ethic. ~vii, 14. But desire causes intensity 173 2, 37 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 3) that "anger and ~desire 174 2, 38 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 14) that "sorrow is ~driven 175 2, 39 | since as stated in Ethic. vii, 11, ~"though the prudent 176 2, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that "anger ~listens 177 2, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that ~"anger, as if 178 2, 46 | OBJ 3: As stated in Ethic. vii, 6, "anger listens somewhat 179 2, 46 | not," as stated in ~Ethic. vii, 6. Therefore desire is 180 2, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that "anger is ~more 181 2, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that a disposition to 182 2, 48 | since, as stated in ~Ethic. vii, 6, "everyone that acts 183 2, 48 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 14), pleasures, ~chiefly 184 2, 48 | reason," as stated in Ethic. ~vii, 6. Therefore anger does 185 2, 48 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that "an ~angry man 186 2, 48 | he ~also states (Ethic. vii, 6.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] 187 2, 49 | Philosopher says in ~Metaph. vii, text. 42. Therefore, since 188 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, ~text. 17), when speaking 189 2, 49 | Habits are perfections (Phys. vii, text. 17). But ~perfection 190 2, 50 | science; and because in Phys. ~vii, text. 17, he expressly 191 2, 50 | time, as stated in ~Metaph. vii, text. 17; ix, text. 13.~ 192 2, 50 | of Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii), says: "It is not ~proper 193 2, 50 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii) that the angels are of ~ 194 2, 50 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii) that their habits are " 195 2, 52 | habit is a perfection (Phys. vii, text. 17,18). But ~since 196 2, 52 | as is proved in ~Phys. vii, text. 15,17. Therefore 197 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 15) that when a thing 198 2, 52 | relation to something (Phys. vii, text. 17), that in two ~ 199 2, 52 | as is proved in Metaph. vii, text. 32, so, by an ~intense 200 2, 53 | to one another (Metaph. vii, text. 52). ~Therefore the 201 2, 53 | OBJ 1: As stated in Ethic. vii, 10, a habit is like a second ~ 202 2, 53 | that, As stated in Phys. vii, text. 27, a thing is a 203 2, 54 | Phys. ii, text. 89; Ethic. vii, ~8), the end is, in practical 204 2, 54 | clearly states (Ethic. vii, 1). Therefore, habits are 205 2, 55 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 17) that virtue ~" 206 2, 57 | matters, as stated in Ethic. vii, 8. Consequently, it is ~ 207 2, 58 | Philosopher maintains (Ethic. vii, ~1,9).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 208 2, 59 | the body, as stated Phys. vii, text. 17: wherefore "virtue 209 2, 59 | Philosopher states ~(Ethic. vii, 13; x, 5). But a hindrance 210 2, 62 | For ~according to Phys. vii, text. 17, "virtue is the 211 2, 64 | states (De Duab. Natur. vii): thus, by ~confessing one 212 2, 65 | Liber Sentent. Prosperi vii, that "every virtue save ~ 213 2, 66 | reason, as stated in Ethic. vii, 6.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] 214 2, 66 | best," as stated in Phys. vii, text. 17. Now prudence 215 2, 68 | Good Fortune (Ethic. Eudem. vii, 8).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] 216 2, 68 | Fortune (Ethic. Eudem., vii, 8) that for those who ~ 217 2, 68 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ~vii, 1) above virtue commonly 218 2, 71 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 17) that "virtue 219 2, 71 | a kind of virtue (Phys. vii, ~text. 17). Consequently 220 2, 72 | of speculation ~(Ethic. vii, 8). Therefore when the 221 2, 73 | as is ~proved in Phys. vii, text. 30, seqq. Therefore 222 2, 73 | Philosopher proves (Ethic. vii, 6) that "it is more ~shameful 223 2, 73 | Philosopher himself says (Ethic. vii, 6), the reason ~why it 224 2, 76 | the angels (Coel. Hier. vii). On the other ~hand, ignorance 225 2, 77 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vii, 2), the opinion of ~Socrates 226 2, 77 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 3) to make a distinction. 227 2, 77 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 3) that the ~syllogism 228 2, 77 | it, as stated in Ethic. vii, 3.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] 229 2, 77 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ~vii, 8) compares the incontinent 230 2, 78 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 8) is ignorance of principle, ~ 231 2, 78 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ~vii, 8) compares the intemperate 232 2, 80 | of the Eudemein Ethics ~(vii, 18): "There must needs 233 2, 88 | Augustine says (Contra Mendacium vii), "those things ~which are 234 2, 89 | De Gratia et Lib. Arb. vii): "Those who are ~not in 235 2, 89 | De Gratia et Lib. Arb. vii): "Man was so ~made that 236 2, 90 | Philosopher teaches (Ethic. vii, 3); hence we find in the 237 2, 90 | De lege et constit. leg. vii). But promulgation concerns ~ 238 2, 95 | as Tully says (De Offic. ~vii). Therefore after saying " 239 2, 109 | Fortune" (Ethic. Eudem. vii). Hence the mind of man 240 2, 109 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 7,9). Now ~since man is 241 2, 109 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7). Secondly, perseverance 242 2, 110 | rather to be a being (Metaph. vii, text. 2). And ~because 243 2, 110 | Philosopher says (Physic. vii, text. 17), "virtue is ~ 244 2, 112 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. iii, iv, vii, viii), "Angels cleanse, 245 2, 112 | Dionysius ~says (Coel. Hier. vii) that "this cleansing and 246 2, 1 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vii) that "faith is about the ~ 247 2, 2 | explains (Coel. Hier. iv, ~vii). In like manner therefore 248 2, 2 | of Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii), it is ~they who ask (Ps. 249 2, 2 | says (De Corr. et Gratia vii; Ep. cxc): "Our ~faith is 250 2, 4 | Dionysius says ~(Div. Nom. vii) that "faith is the solid 251 2, 4 | kind of perfection" (Phys. vii, text. 18).~Aquin.: SMT 252 2, 8 | Dionysius explains (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore the Divine knowledge 253 2, 12 | On the contrary, Gregory VII says (Council, Roman V): " 254 2, 16 | a perfect thing" (Phys. ~vii, text. 17,18). But hope 255 2, 22 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 17) that "virtue 256 2, 23 | Documentis ad quemdam comitem, vii., among the works ~of Paul 257 2, 29 | Dionysius ~declares (Coel. Hier. vii). But the bestowal of benefits 258 2, 31 | For Jerome [*Origen, Hom. vii in Joan.] says: "Let priests ~ 259 2, 32 | OBJ 1: As stated in Phys. vii, text. 18, "the virtue of 260 2, 32 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vii, x). ~Accordingly just as 261 2, 37 | letter (Ep. lii, quoted vii, qu. 1, ~can. Novatianus): " 262 2, 41 | says (Hom. Super Ezech. vii): "If people are ~scandalized 263 2, 49 | perfection, according to Phys. vii. But ~{euboulia} (deliberating 264 2, 50 | Dionysius observes ~(Div. Nom. vii), even as a man comes into 265 2, 50 | Dionysius (Coel. ~Hier. vii), nor does there precede 266 2, 51 | matters, according to Ethic. vii, 1. Therefore inconstancy 267 2, 51 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) ~that "the man who is 268 2, 53 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that "Venus is full 269 2, 53 | Rhet. ii, 2,3) [*Cf. Ethic. vii, 6].~ 270 2, 56 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 11), "pleasure and pain 271 2, 62 | Augustine (Contra Mendac. vii) and ~the Philosopher (Ethic. 272 2, 62 | Polit. i, 1 and Ethic. vii, 6).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] 273 2, 64 | Augustine (Contra Mendac. vii), it is unlawful to steal 274 2, 66 | chapters (Decret. II, qu. ~vii), it seems that it is no 275 2, 66 | crime [*Decret. II, ~qu. vii, can. Praesumunt.]. Otherwise, 276 2, 69 | According to Decretals III, qu. vii, can. Infames, many ~persons 277 2, 70 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 6) "anger listens ~imperfectly 278 2, 81 | Fact. et Dict. Memor. ~vii, 2], "Socrates deemed that 279 2, 81 | authority (Fact. et Dict. Memor. vii, 2), ~"many have come to 280 2, 84 | Gregory says [*Gregory VII; Concil. Roman. v, can. ~ 281 2, 84 | It is laid down (16, qu. vii, can. Decimas): "We ~confirm 282 2, 86 | viii: Comment. in Jerem. vii. The quotation is from Peter 283 2, 86 | Auxerre, Sum. Aur. III. vii. 1, qu. 5] say ~that the 284 2, 92 | Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei vii, 5). Lastly, others, ~namely, 285 2, 98 | On the contrary, Gregory VII says (Regist. [*Caus. I, 286 2, 104 | Seneca observes (De Benef. vii): ~"It is my duty to repay, 287 2, 105 | Seneca also says (De Benef. vii): "When we say that a man ~ 288 2, 108 | Philosopher states (Metaph. vii, text. 43; De Part. Animal 289 2, 114 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. vii, 6). Therefore flattery 290 2, 115 | kind of perfection" ~(Phys. vii, text. 17,18). Therefore 291 2, 121 | For Gregory ~says (Moral. vii): "The fortitude of the 292 2, 127 | to the Philosopher (Phys. vii, 17, 18), virtue ~is a perfection, 293 2, 135 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 7), continency is greater 294 2, 135 | Philosopher speaks (Ethic. ~vii, 4,7) does not moderate 295 2, 136 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7) that "delicacy is a ~ 296 2, 136 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7) that "the man who ~is 297 2, 136 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7) that "the ~persevering 298 2, 136 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7) that "it is no wonder, 299 2, 136 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 7), properly speaking an ~ 300 2, 136 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7): wherefore those who 301 2, 136 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 9) "they rejoice when they 302 2, 136 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, ~9) calls {ischyrognomones}, 303 2, 139 | Further, according to Ethic. vii, 4,7: "temperance and ~intemperance 304 2, 140 | reason," according to Ethic. vii, 6. Secondly, they are alike 305 2, 140 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. vii, 7) that "it is no wonder, 306 2, 140 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) temperance and ~intemperance 307 2, 140 | Philosopher ~states (Ethic. vii, 5). Therefore intemperance 308 2, 141 | distinct from ~virtue (Ethic. vii, 1): whereas temperance 309 2, 142 | perfection, as stated in Phys. ~vii, 17,18. Wherefore anything 310 2, 143 | virtue, as stated in Phys. vii, 17. Therefore, properly 311 2, 148 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 3) that just as man's ~ 312 2, 151 | Philosopher observes (Ethic. vii, 11); and ~as Jerome [*Origen, 313 2, 152 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 5). Therefore the ~unnatural 314 2, 153 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 1,9). ~Therefore continence 315 2, 153 | takes continence (Ethic. vii, 7), and thus ~also it is 316 2, 153 | things, as stated in Ethic. ~vii, 5. Therefore desires for 317 2, 153 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 4) that "continence ~and 318 2, 153 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 4), seem to be objects 319 2, 153 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 5) that "if a man were 320 2, 153 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 9). Therefore continence 321 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 5) that women are not described 322 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7) that "it is ~especially 323 2, 154 | Philosopher ~states (Ethic. vii, 3). Therefore incontinence 324 2, 154 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 7): first, when ~the soul 325 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 4) that "incontinence is 326 2, 154 | because, according to Ethic. vii, 3, ~the incontinent man, 327 2, 154 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 8) "the ~intemperate man 328 2, 154 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. vii, 7).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[156] 329 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 8). In another respect 330 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7,8) that ~"the incontinent 331 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7) that we blame more the 332 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7): "It is not wonderful, 333 2, 154 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vii, 6). Therefore the incontinent 334 2, 154 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that "incontinence ~ 335 2, 154 | indicates ~them, Ethic. vii, 6: First, because the movement 336 2, 156 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 6) that "anger does not 337 2, 156 | Philosopher asserts (Ethic. vii, 6) that ~"the angry man 338 2, 156 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 4) that "the ~incontinent 339 2, 157 | bestiality, as stated in Ethic. vii, 5.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[159] 340 2, 157 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. vii, 5) calls "heroic" or "god-like," 341 2, 159 | which is perfect" ~(Phys. vii, text. 17). But humility 342 2, 159 | 18), says [*Eclog. hom. vii de Humil. Animi.] that " 343 2, 165 | and Dionysius says (Ep. vii ad Polycarp.) of certain ~ 344 2, 167 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. vii, 7) that "it is a mark of 345 2, 169 | as Isidore states (Etym. vii, 8), "in the Old Testament, 346 2, 172 | Further, Isidore says (Etym. vii, 8): "There are seven kinds 347 2, 178 | to Dionysius (Div. Nom. vii) between man ~and angel 348 2, 179 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vii). Therefore it would seem 349 2, 181 | and Gregory says (Moral. vii, 17): "To fall by speaking 350 2, 181 | Philosopher says (Polit. vii, 5) that "a little ~difference 351 2, 182 | Fathers (Coll. i, ~cap. vii) the abbot Moses says: " 352 2, 183 | bishopric. Hence it is stated (VII, qu. i, can. Hoc nequaquam): " 353 2, 183 | Pope Nicholas I says (cf. VII, qu. i, can. Sciscitaris).~ 354 2, 184 | is ~said in the Decrees (VII, qu. i, can. Hoc nequaquam): " 355 2, 184 | wherefore it is said ~(VII, qu. i, can. Hoc nequaquam): " 356 2, 185 | the ~like. For it is said (VII, qu. i, can. Hoc nequaquam) 357 2, 186 | confessions. For it is said (VII, qu. i [*Cap. Hoc ~nequaquam; 358 2, 186 | Dionysius states (Div. Nom. vii). ~The second place belongs 359 2, 187 | words Origen says ~(Tract. vii in Matth.) that "the disciples 360 3, 4 | Philosopher proves (Metaph. vii, ~26,27,29,51), because 361 3, 5 | the Philosopher (Metaph. vii, 39). Secondly, because 362 3, 5 | De Anima ii, 9; Metaph. vii, 34).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[5] 363 3, 7 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 1), virtue is ~contrasted 364 3, 7 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 9), the ~temperate man 365 3, 9 | Ambrose says (De Incarnat. vii): "God assumed the ~perfection 366 3, 11 | Dionysius ~shows (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore there was no 367 3, 12 | Ambrose says (De Incar. Dom. vii) ~that "He advanced in human 368 3, 12 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii) that "the highest ~angels 369 3, 13 | Dionysius says ~(Coel. Hier. vii). Therefore it seems that 370 3, 15 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 13,14) that all sorrow ~ 371 3, 20 | hence Hilary says (De Trin. vii) that nothing is like ~or 372 3, 22 | Office of the Dead, Resp. vii). ~Therefore the priesthood 373 3, 30 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii). But the ~Mother of God 374 3, 30 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii) that the question, "Who 375 3, 31 | in his Church history (I, vii), says that ~it is given 376 3, 38 | Gregory says in a homily (Hom. vii in Evang.) that ~therefore 377 3, 38 | a certain ~homily (Hom. vii in Evang.): "John baptized, 378 3, 42 | as Gregory says (Hom. vii in Ezech.).~Aquin.: SMT 379 3, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vii) that, if sadness be ~vehement, 380 3, 49 | Office of ~the Dead, Resp. vii]. It seems, therefore, that 381 3, 50 | Anima ii, text. 9; Metaph. vii). Therefore Christ's body ~ 382 3, 56 | Dionysius says (Eccles. Hier. ~vii) and Damascene (De Fide 383 3, 59 | Dionysius says ~(Coel. Hier. vii), and so He has power to 384 3, 67 | Dionysius ~says (Eccl. Hier. vii), should be someone "versed 385 3, 69 | Augustine (De Bapt. cont. Donat. vii), a man is said to be ~insincere, 386 3, 72 | Ecclesiastical Hierarchy (chap. vii): "It is ~not allowed to 387 3, 73 | saying of Augustine (Confess. vii), that he heard the voice 388 3, 75 | as is proved in Metaph. vii. Since, then, after consecration, 389 3, 77 | matter, as is said in Metaph. vii. But matter ~is termed sensible 390 3, 77 | For it is proved in Phys. vii, that forms which ~are in 391 3, 80 | from Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. vii). But ~only those are to 392 3, 80 | Hence Cassian says (Collat. vii): "We ~do not remember the 393 3, 83 | as is laid down (Decretal vii, q. 1), we read the following 394 3, 86 | sinner, as related in Luke ~vii, whose sins, however, He 395 3, 89 | Ambrose (Expos. in Luc. vii), is the "mantle of wisdom," 396 3, 89 | to ~Secundinus (Regist. vii) says: "We consider that 397 Suppl, 4 | Philosopher says the same (Ethic. vii, 13,14; ~x, 5). Therefore 398 Suppl, 18| On the contrary, Gregory VII [*Cf. Act. Concil. Rom. 399 Suppl, 19| For Isidore ~says (Etym. vii, 12) that the "doorkeepers 400 Suppl, 41| the Philosopher (Ethic. vii) "human nature is ~not unchangeable 401 Suppl, 41| Philosopher says ~(Ethic. vii, 11) that "in that act it 402 Suppl, 43| Philosopher says (De Hist. Anim. vii), whereas the age is the 403 Suppl, 44| according to Hugh (Sum. Sent. vii, 6), "matrimony is the lawful 404 Suppl, 45| Hugh of S. Victor (Tract. vii, Sum. Sent.), ~persons who 405 Suppl, 47| because, according to the law (vii, ff, de eo quod metus, ~ 406 Suppl, 49| Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 11); and again because 407 Suppl, 52| XIX, ff. De statu hom. vii, cap. ~De rei vendit.) the 408 Suppl, 58| of fourteen (De Animal. vii). Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 409 Suppl, 62| Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 7) that "properly speaking ~ 410 Suppl, 65| stated in De ~Gener. Animal. vii. 4), is nevertheless considerably 411 Suppl, 69| Office of the Dead, ~Resp. vii]. But the saints were redeemed 412 Suppl, 70| Philosopher says ~(Ethic. vii, 14) that "God's joy is 413 Suppl, 71| Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vii): "The high priest ~prays 414 Suppl, 71| consequently he says (Eccl. Hier. vii) that "he ~prays not that 415 Suppl, 71| Office of the Dead, Resp. vii], and it is written (Ps. 416 Suppl, 71| Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vii) that the "godlike priest 417 Suppl, 72| Dionysius declares (Coel. Hier. vii). Therefore although the 418 Suppl, 73| are simultaneous (Phys. ~vii, 2). Now Christ rising again 419 Suppl, 74| in De Sensu et ~Sensato vii. Now the resurrection requires 420 Suppl, 78| Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 12, x, 5), the ~pleasures 421 Suppl, 86| Cf. ~St. Isidore, Etym. vii, 5]. Therefore some of the 422 Suppl, 87| Augustine says ~(Confess. vii), and the same happens with 423 Suppl, 93| Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 11). Therefore fruit corresponds 424 Suppl, 93| Philosopher says (De Anim. Hist. vii) ~that "young women who 425 Suppl, 93| wherefore Isidore says (Etym. vii): "They are called martyrs ~


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