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1 1, 6 | essential goodness, as ~will be explained in the next article.~Aquin.: 2 1, 10 | both. This difference is explained by some to consist ~in the 3 1, 12 | for he needs things to be explained ~to him separately. And 4 1, 12 | vision; as will later be explained ~(SS, Q[174]) in treating 5 1, 13 | power of the sun. This was explained above (Q[4], A[3]), in treating ~ 6 1, 13 | taken from creatures; as was explained above ~(A[1]). But the names 7 1, 13 | comes from operation, as explained. But ~other names given 8 1, 14 | except in Himself, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 9 1, 14 | contains their images as above explained; hence it does not follow 10 1, 23 | of a final cause; as was ~explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 11 1, 25 | another way not; as was explained above. If, however, "better" 12 1, 27 | exist in God, as we ~have explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 13 1, 27 | intelligible ~mode, as above explained (A[1]). But such a process 14 1, 27 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 3: As above explained (Q[14], A[5]; Q[19], A[5]), 15 1, 28 | the same nature, as above explained (Q[27], AA[2],4), these 16 1, 28 | intellect and will, as is above explained (Q[14], AA[3],4; Q[19], 17 1, 28 | term. For it was above explained (Q[13], A[2]), in treating 18 1, 28 | are two ~only, as above explained (Q[27], A[5]), one derived 19 1, 29 | idea of relation, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 20 1, 30 | 1~I answer that, As was explained above, there can be only 21 1, 30 | by way of love, as above explained. ~Therefore only three persons 22 1, 30 | nature; thus, as above explained (Q[27], A[3]), the procession 23 1, 30 | two processions ~was above explained (Q[27], AA[1],4).~Aquin.: 24 1, 30 | substance and relation; as was explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 25 1, 30 | the multitude. This ~was explained when we treated of the divine 26 1, 31 | another thing, as above ~explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 27 1, 32 | natural reason. For, as above explained (Q[12], AA[4],12), man ~ 28 1, 32 | heavenly movements can be explained; not, ~however, as if this 29 1, 32 | abstractedly ~signified, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 30 1, 32 | must be ~admitted, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 31 1, 33 | person. ~Hence, as above explained (Q[29], A[4]), this name " 32 1, 33 | named" (Eph. 3:14). ~This is explained thus. It is manifest that 33 1, 34 | knowledge." Thus can also be explained how "to speak" is in God ~" 34 1, 35 | He is the Image, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 35 1, 36 | love, ~for the reason above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 36 1, 36 | in the first symbol ~was explained by some addition directed 37 1, 36 | distinguished from each other, as ~explained above, and in Q[27].~Aquin.: 38 1, 36 | the two persons as ~above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 39 1, 36 | distinct persons, as above explained; whereas the creature proceeds 40 1, 36 | authors," this is to be ~explained in the sense that the substantive 41 1, 37 | the Love proceeding, as explained above (Q[27], A[3]). ~Therefore 42 1, 37 | Holy Ghost, as was above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 43 1, 37 | Ghost; because, as above explained, to love, taken in a ~notional 44 1, 38 | or enjoyment, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 45 1, 39 | created ~things, as above explained (Q[13], AA[1],3). And since 46 1, 39 | I answer that, As above explained (Q[13], AA[1],2), divine 47 1, 39 | way of a ~form, as above explained (A[2]), which, indeed, is 48 1, 39 | in ~the plural, as above explained (A[3]). Therefore, since 49 1, 39 | than the Father, as ~above explained (Q[31], A[2]), nevertheless 50 1, 39 | clear ~from what is above explained (Q[3], A[3]). But, as was 51 1, 39 | is "Begetter," as above explained (A[4]). The word ~"essence," 52 1, 39 | abstract ~names should be explained by concrete names, or even 53 1, 39 | I answer that, As above explained (A[5]), although adjectival 54 1, 39 | for the ~essence, as above explained (A[4], ad 3), hence, as 55 1, 39 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: As above explained this term "man" can of itself 56 1, 39 | properties, as was above ~explained (Q[32], A[1]). As, therefore, 57 1, 39 | dissimilitude, as above ~explained. So, no error in faith can 58 1, 39 | wisdom begotten, as above ~explained (Q[37], A[2], ad 1). But, 59 1, 39 | means life. For, as above explained (Q[24], A[1]), it is ~God' 60 1, 40 | relations ~"assistant," as above explained (Q[28], A[2]). But since 61 1, 40 | the two persons, as above explained (Q[30], A[2]~).~Aquin.: 62 1, 40 | the hypostases, as above explained (A[2]), it follows ~that 63 1, 41 | clear from what ~was above explained (Q[32], A[2]).~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 41 | undetermined in itself, as above explained ~(Q[19], A[3]). Now, the 65 1, 41 | s substance. For it was explained above (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], 66 1, 41 | only of origin remaining as explained above (Q[40], ~A[2]). ~Aquin.: 67 1, 41 | passive power, as above explained (Q[25], A[1]); nor can active ~ 68 1, 41 | Sons in God, as we have explained. ~Wherefore that there are 69 1, 42 | perfection of nature, as above explained (A[1], ad 1), and ~belongs 70 1, 42 | essentially; while, as above explained, one relative opposite is 71 1, 42 | command of the Father can be explained ~in the same sense, as giving 72 1, 43 | according to ~equality, as explained above (Q[42], AA[4],6).~ 73 1, 43 | indwelling by grace, as above explained (A[1]), if we speak of ~ 74 1, 43 | invisible by visible things, as explained above (Q[12], A[12]). Wherefore ~ 75 1, 43 | author ~of sanctification, as explained above. Thus the visible 76 1, 43 | Holy Ghost, ~this is to be explained as regards His human nature, 77 1, 45 | cause of ~creation, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 78 1, 47 | inequality. This may be explained as follows. A twofold distinction 79 1, 48 | increased ~infinitely, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 80 1, 49 | act morally evil. And, ~as explained above (Q[19], A[9]), this 81 1, 50 | are not ~different as was explained above (Q[3], A[4]). Hence 82 1, 51 | bodily senses, as will be ~explained later on (Q[84], A[6]; Q[ 83 1, 51 | Bernard's expression can be explained, that the ~created spirit 84 1, 51 | some purpose, as will be explained (A[2]). ~Augustine speaks, 85 1, 55 | intelligible ~truth, unless it be explained to them in every part and 86 1, 66 | question of the darkness is explained according to ~Augustine [* 87 1, 68 | since ~Holy Scripture can be explained in a multiplicity of senses, 88 1, 68 | Most ~High Spirit. It is explained by some, as thus applied, 89 1, 69 | certain other things, as explained above (Q[68], A[3])). On 90 1, 73 | thing or the other cannot be explained to mean that He made man ~ 91 1, 73 | resting of God cannot be ~explained as His making man to rest.~ 92 1, 73 | seventh day, ~since, as we explained (Q[72], ad 4), the blessing 93 1, 74 | the angels, which has been explained (Q[58], A[6],7). But, ~according 94 1, 75 | of one ~species will be explained later (Q[76], A[2], ad 1).~ 95 1, 76 | soul. This ~can easily be explained, if we consider the differences 96 1, 37 | the Love proceeding, as explained above (Q[27], A[3]). ~Therefore 97 1, 37 | Holy Ghost, as was above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 98 1, 37 | Ghost; because, as above explained, to love, taken in a ~notional 99 1, 38 | or enjoyment, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 100 1, 39 | created ~things, as above explained (Q[13], AA[1],3). And since 101 1, 39 | I answer that, As above explained (Q[13], AA[1],2), divine 102 1, 39 | way of a ~form, as above explained (A[2]), which, indeed, is 103 1, 39 | in ~the plural, as above explained (A[3]). Therefore, since 104 1, 39 | than the Father, as ~above explained (Q[31], A[2]), nevertheless 105 1, 39 | clear ~from what is above explained (Q[3], A[3]). But, as was 106 1, 39 | is "Begetter," as above explained (A[4]). The word ~"essence," 107 1, 39 | abstract ~names should be explained by concrete names, or even 108 1, 39 | I answer that, As above explained (A[5]), although adjectival 109 1, 39 | for the ~essence, as above explained (A[4], ad 3), hence, as 110 1, 39 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: As above explained this term "man" can of itself 111 1, 39 | properties, as was above ~explained (Q[32], A[1]). As, therefore, 112 1, 39 | dissimilitude, as above ~explained. So, no error in faith can 113 1, 39 | wisdom begotten, as above ~explained (Q[37], A[2], ad 1). But, 114 1, 39 | means life. For, as above explained (Q[24], A[1]), it is ~God' 115 1, 40 | relations ~"assistant," as above explained (Q[28], A[2]). But since 116 1, 40 | the two persons, as above explained (Q[30], A[2]~).~Aquin.: 117 1, 40 | the hypostases, as above explained (A[2]), it follows ~that 118 1, 41 | clear from what ~was above explained (Q[32], A[2]).~Aquin.: SMT 119 1, 41 | undetermined in itself, as above explained ~(Q[19], A[3]). Now, the 120 1, 41 | s substance. For it was explained above (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], 121 1, 41 | only of origin remaining as explained above (Q[40], ~A[2]). ~Aquin.: 122 1, 41 | passive power, as above explained (Q[25], A[1]); nor can active ~ 123 1, 41 | Sons in God, as we have explained. ~Wherefore that there are 124 1, 42 | perfection of nature, as above explained (A[1], ad 1), and ~belongs 125 1, 42 | essentially; while, as above explained, one relative opposite is 126 1, 42 | command of the Father can be explained ~in the same sense, as giving 127 1, 43 | according to ~equality, as explained above (Q[42], AA[4],6).~ 128 1, 43 | indwelling by grace, as above explained (A[1]), if we speak of ~ 129 1, 43 | invisible by visible things, as explained above (Q[12], A[12]). Wherefore ~ 130 1, 43 | author ~of sanctification, as explained above. Thus the visible 131 1, 43 | Holy Ghost, ~this is to be explained as regards His human nature, 132 1, 46 | cause of ~creation, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 133 1, 48 | inequality. This may be explained as follows. A twofold distinction 134 1, 49 | increased ~infinitely, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 135 1, 50 | act morally evil. And, ~as explained above (Q[19], A[9]), this 136 1, 51 | are not ~different as was explained above (Q[3], A[4]). Hence 137 1, 52 | bodily senses, as will be ~explained later on (Q[84], A[6]; Q[ 138 1, 52 | Bernard's expression can be explained, that the ~created spirit 139 1, 52 | some purpose, as will be explained (A[2]). ~Augustine speaks, 140 1, 56 | intelligible ~truth, unless it be explained to them in every part and 141 1, 67 | question of the darkness is explained according to ~Augustine [* 142 1, 69 | since ~Holy Scripture can be explained in a multiplicity of senses, 143 1, 69 | Most ~High Spirit. It is explained by some, as thus applied, 144 1, 70 | certain other things, as explained above (Q[68], A[3])). On 145 1, 72 | thing or the other cannot be explained to mean that He made man ~ 146 1, 72 | resting of God cannot be ~explained as His making man to rest.~ 147 1, 72 | seventh day, ~since, as we explained (Q[72], ad 4), the blessing 148 1, 73 | the angels, which has been explained (Q[58], A[6],7). But, ~according 149 1, 74 | of one ~species will be explained later (Q[76], A[2], ad 1).~ 150 1, 75 | soul. This ~can easily be explained, if we consider the differences 151 1, 78 | the intellect, as will ~be explained farther on (A[4]). For Plato 152 1, 78 | particular power, as we have explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 153 1, 84 | of abstraction, as ~above explained (ad 1), he held that all 154 1, 85 | but only potentially as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 155 1, 85 | known to the ~demons, as explained above (Q[57], A[3]). The 156 1, 86 | a careful inquiry, as is explained ~above of the mind (A[1]).~ 157 1, 86 | potentially infinite, as ~explained above (Q[86], A[2]).~Aquin.: 158 1, 87 | granted that, as above explained, the active intellect were 159 1, 87 | and the same order, as ~explained above (Q[81], A[2], ad 3). 160 1, 88 | distracted imagination, as explained above ~(Q[84], AA[7],8). 161 1, 88 | understanding, unless things are ~explained to them singly and in detail. 162 1, 88 | for he had not as yet ~explained the difference between intellect 163 1, 88 | them confusedly, as above explained in ~this article.~Aquin.: 164 1, 88 | soul know it thus; but as ~explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 165 1, 88 | way to the ~intellect, as explained above (Q[79], A[6]).~Aquin.: 166 1, 89 | OBJ 2: Further, as above explained (Q[75], A[5]), the soul 167 1, 89 | participation, as above ~explained (Q[75], A[5], ad 4). Therefore 168 1, 89 | subsistent form, as above ~explained (Q[75], A[2]). Wherefore 169 1, 89 | the first cause, as above ~explained (Q[75], A[3]): and every 170 1, 90 | the composite, as we have explained (Q[65], A[4]); and ~because 171 1, 90 | by God immediately, as ~explained above (A[2]). Therefore 172 1, 92 | of the image, as above ~explained (A[1]). But by sin man becomes 173 1, 92 | only, Who is God, as ~some explained it, but that the Divine 174 1, 92 | likeness of "image" as we ~have explained above (AA[1],2); whereas 175 1, 92 | in intelligence, as above explained (A[2]); whereas other creatures ~ 176 1, 92 | I answer that, As above explained (A[2]), a certain representation 177 1, 92 | I answer that, As above explained (AA[2],7), image means a 178 1, 92 | and of glory, as above explained (A[4]). But innocence ~and 179 1, 93 | separate substances, as above explained (Q[89], ~A[2]). But the 180 1, 93 | clear from what is above ~explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 181 1, 94 | disposition of nature, as will be ~explained later on (Q[97], A[2]); 182 1, 94 | dictate of reason, as will be explained in the Treatise on the Virtues ~( 183 1, 94 | the work done, as above ~explained. It is also a sign of the 184 1, 96 | corporeal matter, as above ~explained (Q[76], A[1]), it was most 185 1, 96 | Reply OBJ 3: As already explained (Q[92], A[3], ad 2), the 186 1, 96 | nor drink." For we have explained ~(A[1]) that the immortality 187 1, 97 | even before sin, as above explained (Q[97], A[3]), ~just as 188 1, 98 | universal nature, as above explained ~(Q[92], A[1], ad 2).~Aquin.: 189 1, 99 | sanctifying grace, as above explained (Q[95], A[1]), we must ~ 190 1, 100 | through the senses, as ~above explained (Q[55], A[2]; Q[84], A[6]); 191 1, 100 | that particular state, as ~explained above regarding the use 192 1, 101 | sense. ~It may, however, be explained to mean that paradise reaches 193 1, 101 | and by old age, as above explained (Q[97], A[4]), and man was ~ 194 1, 102 | governing hand, as will be ~explained later (Q[104], A[1]).~Aquin.: 195 1, 103 | one form only, as above explained of heavenly ~bodies (Q[66], 196 1, 103 | natural order, as will be explained ~(Q[105], A[6]). Now whatever 197 1, 104 | is infinite, as we have explained (Q[25], A[2]). ~Therefore 198 1, 104 | intelligible to it, as we have explained (Q[12], ~A[4]).~Aquin.: 199 1, 104 | every action, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 200 1, 105 | grace, ~and of glory, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 201 1, 105 | concerns the intellect, as explained ~above (A[1]); therefore 202 1, 105 | love God by persuasion as ~explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 203 1, 105 | he turns, as was ~above explained (A[1]). But since this turning 204 1, 105 | reason is, because, as above explained ~(Q[105], A[6]), one order 205 1, 105 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: As above explained, there is no similarity 206 1, 106 | must consider that, as ~we explained above (Q[82], A[4]), when 207 1, 106 | the superior, as was above explained (Q[106], ~A[3]). Therefore 208 1, 106 | will of the angels, as was ~explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 209 1, 106 | intellectual operation, ~as explained above (AA[1],2,3). And the 210 1, 106 | angelic speech, as above explained (A[1], ad 2), is ~interior; 211 1, 106 | has no effect, as above explained (A[4]). Therefore all the 212 1, 106 | I answer that, As above explained (AA[1],2), the mental concept 213 1, 106 | the will so ordering, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 214 1, 107 | principality, as above ~explained. Now principality includes 215 1, 107 | created things, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 216 1, 107 | one hierarchy, as will be explained (A[6]).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 217 1, 107 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, As explained above, one hierarchy is 218 1, 107 | case with men, as above ~explained (Q[62], A[6]). Hence among 219 1, 107 | the "Archangels," as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 220 1, 107 | excellent way, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 221 1, 107 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: As above explained (Q[27], A[3]), knowledge 222 1, 107 | grace and nature, as above explained (A[4]); and these ~differences 223 1, 107 | I answer that, As above explained (AA[4],7), ~the orders of 224 1, 107 | not apply to men, as above explained (A[4]; ~Q[62], A[6]). So, 225 1, 108 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As explained above (Q[108], AA[4],7,8), 226 1, 108 | the ~demons. For, as above explained (Q[107], A[2]), enlightenment 227 1, 108 | demons, because, as above explained (Q[55], A[2]; Q[58], A[2]; 228 1, 108 | order of nature, ~as above explained (A[2]). But if the demons 229 1, 109 | Among the angels also, as explained above (Q[55], A[3]~; Q[108], 230 1, 109 | essential to a miracle, as above explained.~ 231 1, 110 | the actions of higher, as explained above (Q[109], ~A[2]); as 232 1, 110 | of the inferior angel, as explained above (Q[106], A[1]).~Aquin.: 233 1, 110 | the ~phantasms, as above explained (Q[84], A[7]). So the angels 234 1, 110 | Further, the angel, as above explained, enlightens the human ~intellect 235 1, 110 | of persuasion, as above explained (Q[106], A[2]).~Aquin.: 236 1, 110 | imagination. This may be explained as follows. For it ~was 237 1, 110 | spirits and humors, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] A[ 238 1, 110 | exterior principle, as above ~explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] A[ 239 1, 112 | greater or ~less, as above explained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 240 1, 113 | otherwise that it is, as explained above (Q[111], ~AA[3],4). 241 1, 114 | patient; thus Democritus explained action by an issue of ~atoms.~ 242 1, 116 | of a higher nature, as ~explained above (Q[106], A[1]; Q[111], 243 1, 116 | Para. 2/2~It can also be explained otherwise that "what is 244 2, 3 | a point which will ~be explained further on when we treat 245 2, 5 | meritorious work, as was explained in ~the FP, Q[62], A[5]; 246 2, 21 | by his free-will, as was explained above ~(Q[9], A[6], ad 3). 247 2, 28 | into the beloved, as was explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 248 2, 40 | way, a cause of hope, as explained above (A[5], ad 3).~Aquin.: 249 2, 49 | operation, second act; as it is explained in De Anima ii, text. ~5.~ 250 2, 50 | otherwise that, as was explained above (Q[49], A[2], ad 1), 251 2, 53 | ways, as ~we have already explained (Q[52], A[1]). And since 252 2, 53 | we ~have already clearly explained (Q[52], A[2]). ~(tm)Aquin.: 253 2, 53 | passion-like ~qualities, as we have explained above (Q[49], A[2], ad 3; 254 2, 53 | obstacles, thereto, as ~explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 255 2, 57 | objects, as ~we have already explained (FP, Q[77], A[3]). Therefore 256 2, 58 | powers to their ~acts, as explained above (Q[9], A[1]). Therefore 257 2, 58 | Socratic theory, and should be explained according to what we have ~ 258 2, 60 | the receiving matter, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 259 2, 61 | overflow on to one another, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 260 2, 62 | directed to happiness, as was explained above (Q[5], A[7]). Now 261 2, 63 | however, will be more fully explained later (Q[109], A[4]).~Aquin.: 262 2, 64 | answer that, As already explained (Q[55], A[3]), the nature 263 2, 64 | contrary ~opinions, as was explained above.~ 264 2, 66 | less" good, in the ways explained ~above: since, as stated, 265 2, 66 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, As explained above (A[1]), the comparative 266 2, 66 | of this equality is to be explained in the same way as ~the 267 2, 66 | species from its object, as ~explained above (Q[54], A[2]; Q[60], 268 2, 68 | knowledge, in the sense already explained, as a gratuitous grace. 269 2, 71 | with regard to the end as ~explained above (Q[1], A[3]; Q[18], 270 2, 71 | a bad human act, as was explained above ~(A[1]). Now man's 271 2, 72 | inordinate pleasure. Now, as explained above (Q[31], A[3]), ~pleasure 272 2, 74 | higher consideration, as was ~explained above.~ 273 2, 75 | evil has a ~cause, has been explained.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[75] A[ 274 2, 77 | by way of distraction, as explained above (A[1]). ~Secondly, 275 2, 77 | hindered in the way already explained (A[1]).~~Aquin.: SMT FS 276 2, 77 | root of all sins, shall be explained further on (Q[84], A[1]).~ 277 2, 77 | hindrance to reason, as explained above ~(AA[1],2). Now it 278 2, 78 | any previous sin, as was ~explained above (Q[75], A[4], ad 3).~ 279 2, 78 | accord, in ~the way already explained (AA[2],3), so that his choosing, 280 2, 79 | respecter of persons, ~as explained in the FP, Q[23], A[5], 281 2, 80 | is brought in ~the manner explained, before the apprehensive 282 2, 80 | according to local movement, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 283 2, 80 | other passions, in the way explained ~above (A[2]). Therefore 284 2, 82 | plural - "in sins" - may be explained ~by the custom of the Divine 285 2, 85 | account of ~actual sin, as was explained above (AA[1], 2), these 286 2, 85 | one from the other, as ~explained above: and so they are destroyed 287 2, 87 | certain ~respect, as we have explained when speaking of the voluntary 288 2, 88 | when the sin ceases, as ~explained above (Q[87], A[6]).~Aquin.: 289 2, 91 | be twofold, ~as already explained.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 290 2, 92 | 1: Virtue is twofold, as explained above (Q[63], A[2]), viz. ~ 291 2, 93 | own capacity, in the way explained above, yet none can comprehend 292 2, 93 | restrain them from evil, as explained above (Q[92], A[2]). Therefore ~ 293 2, 93 | to the ~eternal law, as explained above (A[5]): first, by 294 2, 95 | and the natural law, as explained above (A[2]; Q[93], A[3] ). 295 2, 95 | from the law of nature, as explained ~above (A[2]). In this respect 296 2, 96 | distinguished by their ~objects, as explained above (Q[54], A[2]; Q[60], 297 2, 97 | occasion of some evil, as ~explained above (Q[96], A[6]). But 298 2, 100 | these two commandments are explained by the ~ten commandments 299 2, 102 | a man": which words are explained (Mt. 15:17) as referring 300 2, 104 | the judicial precepts, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 301 2, 108 | Old Law, some of them ~He explained, because they were misunderstood 302 2, 108 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord explained the manner of fulfilling 303 2, 114 | good unto the end. Now as explained above (AA[6],7,8), ~that 304 2, 114 | increase of grace, as was explained above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 305 2, 1 | necessity of infallibility, as explained ~in the FP, Q[14], AA[13], 306 2, 1 | faith were more and ~more explained as time went on, by reason 307 2, 2 | act of the intellect, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 308 2, 4 | quickens ~the act of faith, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 309 2, 5 | faith in them could only be ~explained by their being altogether 310 2, 5 | is not equally in all, as explained above (FS, ~Q[112], A[4]). 311 2, 11 | plucking up the ~wheat, as we explained above (Q[10], A[8], ad 1), 312 2, 13 | very choosing of evil, as explained above (FS, Q[78], AA[1]~, 313 2, 13 | be ~considered in sin, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 314 2, 16 | the Divine assistance, as ~explained above (A[2]; A[6], ad 3): 315 2, 18 | its relation to God, as explained ~above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 316 2, 18 | as a principal evil, as ~explained above (AA[2],4). Hence fear 317 2, 18 | the ~spiritual life, as explained above (A[7]): whereas poverty 318 2, 22 | of the moral virtues, as explained in ~Ethic. ii, vi, from 319 2, 24 | is perverted in them, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 320 2, 24 | being ~prepared to do so, as explained above (A[8]).~Aquin.: SMT 321 2, 29 | common aspect of ~good, as explained above (A[1]). Wherefore 322 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: We have already explained how alms may be given out 323 2, 33 | but must be understood as explained. Nor is "spite" taken as ~ 324 2, 41 | such ~foreknowledge, as explained in the FP, Q[14], A[13], 325 2, 41 | until the ~matter being explained the scandal cease. If, however, 326 2, 41 | after the matter has been explained, it would seem to be due 327 2, 42 | than two": and it has been explained how one may love oneself 328 2, 42 | Accordingly these four have to be explained, since the fact that one 329 2, 43 | a theological virtue, as explained above (Q[4], ~A[5]; FS, 330 2, 45 | to its ~formal aspect, as explained above (FS, Q[54], A[2], 331 2, 47 | accounted a part of reason as explained above (A[2]; Q[47], A[2]~, 332 2, 53 | sensual and devilish," as explained above (Q[45], A[1], ad 1), 333 2, 58 | in its broader sense, as explained above (ad 1). But in matters ~ 334 2, 62 | since this is accidental as explained ~above (Q[43], A[3]; FS, 335 2, 79 | differs from religion as explained above, not ~really but logically.~ 336 2, 81 | to love them. Now it was explained above in the treatise ~on 337 2, 83 | offer to God for ~himself as explained above (AA[2],3).~ 338 2, 86 | although it may also be explained that ~Jacob vowed that he 339 2, 88 | two ways of adjuring, as explained above ~(AA[1],2). One is 340 2, 93 | such manners as have been explained ~in the FP, Q[57], A[3]. 341 2, 93 | others are ~contained, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 342 2, 93 | observing the stars may be explained in two ways. First, because 343 2, 100 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, As explained above (Q[101], AA[1],3; 344 2, 120 | thy God in ~vain" is thus explained by a gloss on Ex. 20:7: " 345 2, 121 | is reckoned a virtue, as ~explained in the Reply to the First 346 2, 127 | restricted sense ~but as explained by the author]~We must now 347 2, 132 | disposition thereto, as explained ~above (Q[129], A[3], ad 348 2, 145 | end of that virtue, as ~explained above (Q[32], A[1], ad 2; 349 2, 154 | than in the incontinent, as explained ~above. But the eagerness 350 2, 160 | influence towards all vices, as explained above ~(A[2], OBJ[3]), did 351 2, 169 | needs to have every detail explained to ~him. Wherefore it is 352 2, 178 | the oblique movement as explained above ~(ad 2). That alone 353 2, 186 | of the different ends, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 354 3, 4 | but are to ~be loyally explained, wherever they are used 355 3, 14 | from charity, as will be explained ~(XP, Q[14], A[2]). Hence, 356 3, 17 | this saying is to be explained in this sense - "having 357 3, 21 | the chalice is variously ~explained by the Saints. For Hilary ( 358 3, 27 | They may, however, ~be explained as meaning that our Lord 359 3, 27 | His sanctification, as ~explained above.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 360 3, 32 | of God, in power," are ~explained by what immediately follows: " 361 3, 32 | these expressions are easily explained. Because Chrysostom and ~ 362 3, 34 | natural to this Man, ~as explained by Augustine (Enchiridion 363 3, 45 | should not be immediately explained to ~everyone, but should 364 3, 46 | on Mt. 27:33, ~"someone explained 'the place of Calvary' as 365 3, 58 | unity of ~suppositum, as explained above (Q[16], AA[10],11). 366 3, 60 | the sacrament, as will be explained further on (Q[64], A[8]~). 367 3, 62 | natural being, as will be explained later on (A[4]).~Aquin.: 368 3, 63 | principle, in the way already explained.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 369 3, 64 | themselves, as has been explained above (A[1]). Consequently, ~ 370 3, 64 | to a certain extent, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 371 3, 64 | character which is indelible, as explained above (Q[63], A[3]~). Consequently, 372 3, 64 | the Church's intention, as explained above (A[8], ad 1). ~But 373 3, 65 | number of sacraments, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 374 3, 67 | conferred. ~And thus is to be explained what Gregory II [*Gregory 375 3, 72 | instrument of grace, as explained above ~(Q[62], A[3]). And 376 3, 78 | into blood is denoted, as explained ~above (A[2]) in the form 377 3, 79 | sufficiently for all sins, as was explained above (Q[69], A[2]~). Therefore 378 3, 84 | absolve thee," even if this be explained to mean: "I declare thee ~ 379 3, 84 | the matter of Penance, as explained above (A[2]). This removal 380 3, 84 | penance being ~continual, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 381 3, 86 | in the next world, as we explained in the SS, Q[14], A[3].~ 382 3, 86 | disorder of ~nature, as explained in the FS, Q[82], A[1], 383 3, 87 | sin, but ~not all, as was explained in the FS, Q[74], A[8], 384 3, 88 | original sin return in the way ~explained above, just as mortal sins 385 3, 89 | themselves deadened, as ~explained above, but only with regard 386 Suppl, 1 | as an act of virtue is ~explained in this definition by mentioning 387 Suppl, 3 | yet it is found in the way explained above; and also in ~another 388 Suppl, 6 | the remission of sin, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 389 Suppl, 12| such is the case here, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 390 Suppl, 13| proportionate equality, as explained above, and as this suffices ~ 391 Suppl, 13| would suffice ~in the way explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 392 Suppl, 20| individual men, as we have explained above (FP, Q[113], AA[1], 393 Suppl, 21| of God's grace, as was explained above (A[2], ad 3).~Aquin.: 394 Suppl, 25| for another, as we have explained above (Q[13], ~A[2]). And 395 Suppl, 25| for another's guilt, ~as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 396 Suppl, 25| of the Church's goods, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 397 Suppl, 37| those who are ordained, as ~explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 398 Suppl, 50| reason for this number may be explained as follows: Marriage may 399 Suppl, 53| not by a simple vow as ~explained above: and the possessor 400 Suppl, 53| obligation to ~his vow, as explained above (ad 1). Nevertheless 401 Suppl, 54| the common ancestor, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 402 Suppl, 65| belongs ~to the mystery, as explained in the same place. Even 403 Suppl, 67| precepts being incorrectly explained - for instance that ~of 404 Suppl, 67| reference to sin, but as explained above (A[4], ad 3).~Aquin.: 405 Suppl, 70| they can thus suffer is explained in many ways.~Aquin.: SMT 406 Suppl, 70| the same way as we have explained the sanctification of the ~ 407 Suppl, 70| but it does ~in some, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 408 Suppl, 71| such statements are to be explained with ~reference to the lower 409 Suppl, 72| Sent. iv, D, 48) it is explained according to the second ~ 410 Suppl, 72| the text. ~It can also be explained in reference to virtue as 411 Suppl, 72| restricted sense, as we have ~explained.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 412 Suppl, 72| terminating in a ~natural rest, as explained above.~ 413 Suppl, 73| sound of the trumpet, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 414 Suppl, 78| OBJ 1: It has already been explained (A[1], ad 2) that all are ~ 415 Suppl, 79| unchanged." It has been explained in the Article how this 416 Suppl, 79| Reply OBJ 1: As already explained, by this passion that takes 417 Suppl, 80| But this completeness is explained by some in ~relation to 418 Suppl, 80| imply a ~contradiction, as explained above. Hence the comparison 419 Suppl, 83| accordance with nature, as explained ~above. But the philosophers 420 Suppl, 88| relation ~to incorruption, as explained above [*Cf. Q[74], A[1], 421 Suppl, 89| The words quoted can be explained in three ways, according ~ 422 Suppl, 89| a kind of overflow, as ~explained above (Q[85], A[1]). Yet 423 Suppl, 94| punishment of the damned are explained ~in various ways by different 424 Suppl, 94| stated how these words may be explained (Q[91]~, A[2]).~Aquin.: 425 Suppl, 95| the cause of sorrow, as explained above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[


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