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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perfectly

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1 1, 2 | though from them we ~cannot perfectly know God as He is in His 2 1, 3 | of God do not imitate Him perfectly, but only ~as far as they 3 1, 4 | as far as He, Who is not perfectly imitable, can be ~imitated; 4 1, 12 | see God, one sees Him more perfectly than ~another?~(7) Whether 5 1, 12 | essence of God, one sees more perfectly than ~another?~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 12 | one does not ~see more perfectly than another. For it is 7 1, 12 | He will not be seen more perfectly ~by one and less perfectly 8 1, 12 | perfectly ~by one and less perfectly by another.~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 12 | and the same thing more perfectly than another." ~But all 10 1, 12 | That anything be seen more perfectly than another can ~happen 11 1, 12 | object is received more perfectly in the seer, that ~is, according 12 1, 12 | that if one sees Him more perfectly than another, this happens 13 1, 12 | God, one sees Him more ~perfectly than another. This, indeed, 14 1, 12 | glory will see God ~the more perfectly; and he will have a fuller 15 1, 12 | charity, will see God the more perfectly, and will ~be the more beatified.~ 16 1, 12 | what is comprehended is perfectly ~known; and that is perfectly 17 1, 12 | perfectly ~known; and that is perfectly known which is known so 18 1, 12 | Divine essence more or less perfectly in ~proportion as it receives 19 1, 12 | because He is not seen as perfectly as He is capable of ~being 20 1, 12 | but that it is not as ~perfectly known as it is capable of 21 1, 12 | is clear that the more ~perfectly a cause is seen, the more 22 1, 12 | know the ~more, the more perfectly it sees God.~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 12 | things, ~for he does not perfectly comprehend Him.~Aquin.: 24 1, 12 | He is seen more or less ~perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 25 1, 13 | by none of these names is perfectly expressed what He is; ~but 26 1, 14 | 1/1~I answer that, God perfectly comprehends Himself, as 27 1, 14 | accomplished when it is known as perfectly as it ~is knowable; as, 28 1, 14 | that God knows Himself as perfectly ~as He is perfectly knowable. 29 1, 14 | Himself as perfectly ~as He is perfectly knowable. For everything 30 1, 14 | and for that reason He perfectly comprehends Himself.~Aquin.: 31 1, 14 | it ~is manifest that He perfectly understands Himself; otherwise 32 1, 14 | understanding. Now if anything is perfectly known, it follows of ~necessity 33 1, 14 | necessity that its power is perfectly known. But the power of 34 1, 14 | power of anything ~can be perfectly known only by knowing to 35 1, 14 | be said to know Himself perfectly unless He ~knew all the 36 1, 14 | the very nature of being perfectly, unless He knew ~all modes 37 1, 14 | the knower; for ~the more perfectly the thing known is in the 38 1, 14 | nature and all the more perfectly, the more perfectly each 39 1, 14 | more perfectly, the more perfectly each one is in Him.~Aquin.: 40 1, 14 | knows each creature more perfectly than we know it. ~But we 41 1, 14 | that, Whoever knows a thing perfectly, must know all that can ~ 42 1, 14 | would not know good things ~perfectly, unless He also knew evil 43 1, 14 | knows all this much ~more perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 44 1, 15 | He knows His own essence perfectly, He ~knows it according 45 1, 18 | moved by another, the more ~perfectly this power is found in anything, 46 1, 19 | then the divine will is perfectly efficacious, it ~follows 47 1, 19 | which we attain to it more perfectly, and these are the subject 48 1, 25 | it found that the ~more perfectly an agent has the form by 49 1, 27 | distinct; indeed, the more perfectly it proceeds, the more closely 50 1, 27 | divine Word is of necessity perfectly one with the source ~whence 51 1, 28 | the same; and this is not perfectly expressed by the word ~" 52 1, 29 | self-subsisting being, and the most perfectly ~intelligent being. If we 53 1, 33 | applied to that wherein is perfectly contained ~its whole signification, 54 1, 33 | similitude to that which answers perfectly to the signification of 55 1, 34 | it ~does not think, but perfectly contemplates the truth. 56 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost proceeds perfectly from the Father. ~Therefore 57 1, 36 | proceeds from the Father ~perfectly, not only is it not superfluous 58 1, 39 | has in Himself truly and perfectly the nature of the Father. ~ 59 1, 39 | to be beautiful, ~if it perfectly represents even an ugly 60 1, 41 | generator, and so much more ~perfectly, as the generation is more 61 1, 42 | 10): "If an image answers perfectly to that whereof it is the 62 1, 42 | participates in the form more perfectly than another. And because 63 1, 42 | procession of any creature perfectly represents the divine ~generation. 64 1, 43 | and all the blessed are perfectly united to God. Therefore 65 1, 43 | journeying towards God, or united perfectly to Him." ~Such invisible 66 1, 44 | Who possesses being most perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 67 1, 44 | therefore He alone is the most perfectly liberal giver, because He ~ 68 1, 47 | the divine goodness more perfectly, ~and represents it better 69 1, 47 | which ~reflects the exemplar perfectly, and which is multiplied 70 1, 47 | represents the first exemplar perfectly, which is the ~divine essence; 71 1, 47 | demonstrates the conclusion perfectly, is one only; whereas probable ~ 72 1, 49 | strength, so much the more perfectly does it ~impress its own 73 1, 49 | own form, so also the more perfectly does it corrupt the ~contrary. 74 1, 49 | nothing can be wholly and ~perfectly bad. Therefore, the Philosopher 75 1, 49 | every part has ~its own perfectly ordered place, as was said 76 1, 51 | intellectual nature there are some perfectly intellectual substances, 77 1, 54 | understanding more or less perfectly; for this comes ~about through 78 1, 55 | that the faculty may be ~perfectly completed by the form, it 79 1, 55 | corruptible, the form does not perfectly complete the potentiality 80 1, 55 | is infinite, simply and perfectly to ~comprise all things 81 1, 55 | his substance, not indeed perfectly, nor ~according to their 82 1, 55 | formality. Yet all things are ~perfectly and according to their own 83 1, 55 | known in detail is more perfectly known than ~what is known 84 1, 56 | not know their own power perfectly; according as it proceeds ~ 85 1, 57 | share more ~fully and more perfectly in the Divine goodness, 86 1, 57 | manifold manner and less perfectly than in God.~Aquin.: SMT 87 1, 57 | more universally and more ~perfectly; thus doctors who penetrate 88 1, 59 | intellect. This is most perfectly inclined towards ~what is 89 1, 62 | his natural knowledge, and perfectly by his ~knowledge of glory. 90 1, 67 | matter receives its ~form perfectly, the qualities consequent 91 1, 76 | the intellectual soul is a perfectly immaterial form; a ~proof 92 1, 76 | inferior nature pre-exists more perfectly in the ~superior, as Dionysius 93 1, 39 | has in Himself truly and perfectly the nature of the Father. ~ 94 1, 39 | to be beautiful, ~if it perfectly represents even an ugly 95 1, 41 | generator, and so much more ~perfectly, as the generation is more 96 1, 42 | 10): "If an image answers perfectly to that whereof it is the 97 1, 42 | participates in the form more perfectly than another. And because 98 1, 42 | procession of any creature perfectly represents the divine ~generation. 99 1, 43 | and all the blessed are perfectly united to God. Therefore 100 1, 43 | journeying towards God, or united perfectly to Him." ~Such invisible 101 1, 45 | Who possesses being most perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 102 1, 45 | therefore He alone is the most perfectly liberal giver, because He ~ 103 1, 48 | the divine goodness more perfectly, ~and represents it better 104 1, 48 | which ~reflects the exemplar perfectly, and which is multiplied 105 1, 48 | represents the first exemplar perfectly, which is the ~divine essence; 106 1, 48 | demonstrates the conclusion perfectly, is one only; whereas probable ~ 107 1, 50 | strength, so much the more perfectly does it ~impress its own 108 1, 50 | own form, so also the more perfectly does it corrupt the ~contrary. 109 1, 50 | nothing can be wholly and ~perfectly bad. Therefore, the Philosopher 110 1, 50 | every part has ~its own perfectly ordered place, as was said 111 1, 52 | intellectual nature there are some perfectly ~intellectual substances, 112 1, 55 | understanding more or less perfectly; for this comes ~about through 113 1, 56 | that the faculty may be ~perfectly completed by the form, it 114 1, 56 | corruptible, the form does not perfectly complete the ~potentiality 115 1, 56 | is infinite, simply and perfectly to ~comprise all things 116 1, 56 | his substance, not indeed perfectly, nor ~according to their 117 1, 56 | formality. Yet all things are ~perfectly and according to their own 118 1, 56 | known in detail is more perfectly known than ~what is known 119 1, 57 | not know their own power perfectly; according as it proceeds ~ 120 1, 58 | share more ~fully and more perfectly in the Divine goodness, 121 1, 58 | manifold manner and less perfectly than in God.~Aquin.: SMT 122 1, 58 | more universally and more ~perfectly; thus doctors who penetrate 123 1, 60 | intellect. This is most perfectly inclined towards ~what is 124 1, 63 | his natural knowledge, and perfectly by his ~knowledge of glory. 125 1, 68 | matter receives its ~form perfectly, the qualities consequent 126 1, 75 | the intellectual soul is a perfectly immaterial form; a ~proof 127 1, 75 | inferior nature pre-exists more perfectly in the ~superior, as Dionysius 128 1, 78 | and truth. Wherefore it perfectly knows ~necessary things 129 1, 83 | that a smith cannot judge perfectly of a knife unless he knows 130 1, 83 | philosopher cannot ~judge perfectly of natural things, unless 131 1, 84 | of a thing at once and ~perfectly; and hence also in knowing 132 1, 86 | perfect act, is ~simply and perfectly in itself intelligible; 133 1, 86 | inviolable truth whence we can as perfectly as ~possible define, not 134 1, 87 | substances. Hence, when it is ~perfectly united to us so that by 135 1, 87 | are able to understand ~perfectly, we also shall be able to 136 1, 87 | Therefore we are ~not able perfectly to understand immaterial 137 1, 87 | is proper to it, showing perfectly its power and ~nature. But 138 1, 87 | immaterial substances cannot be ~perfectly known through such act, 139 1, 88 | other separate substances if perfectly understood ~gives great 140 1, 88 | does not understand them perfectly, as was shown above in ~ 141 1, 88 | know all natural things ~perfectly; because all that God has 142 1, 88 | separated from the body does not perfectly ~understand separate substances, 143 1, 88 | know all natural ~things perfectly; but it knows them confusedly, 144 1, 88 | of the blessed are most perfectly united to Divine ~justice, 145 1, 90 | world; and ~therefore he is perfectly disposed as to the general 146 1, 92 | Image of God, ~reflecting perfectly that of which He is the 147 1, 92 | intellectual nature, he is the most perfectly like God according to that ~ 148 1, 92 | man knows ~and loves God perfectly; and this image consists 149 1, 92 | saints in heaven are most perfectly conformed to ~the image 150 1, 93 | intellectual operation can be known perfectly, as an act ~through its 151 1, 93 | human intellect can be known perfectly, as a power through its 152 1, 94 | actions proceed, the more ~perfectly shall we enjoy God. Secondly, 153 1, 105 | the more types, the more perfectly he sees God. Hence ~a superior 154 1, 107 | others. ~Each gift is more perfectly possessed by the one who 155 1, 107 | give heat. And ~the more perfectly anyone can communicate a 156 1, 107 | Whoever knows anything perfectly, is able to distinguish ~ 157 1, 107 | who ~knows natural things perfectly, is able to distinguish 158 1, 107 | distinctions of the angels perfectly, we should know ~perfectly 159 1, 107 | perfectly, we should know ~perfectly that each angel has his 160 1, 107 | light, and that ~they also perfectly enlighten others.~Aquin.: 161 1, 112 | sorrow." But the angels are perfectly ~happy. Therefore they have 162 1, 118 | which has not yet received perfectly the specific nature, but 163 2, 2 | sovereign good. For the more perfectly the sovereign good is possessed, ~ 164 2, 3 | His ~infinite goodness can perfectly satisfy man's will. But 165 2, 3 | contemplation ~of Him makes man perfectly happy. However, there is 166 2, 3 | First, that man is not perfectly happy, so long as ~something 167 2, 3 | Wherefore it is not yet ~perfectly happy. Consequently, for 168 2, 4 | in its nature, the more perfectly it has its proper operation, ~ 169 2, 4 | from the body, the ~more perfectly it understands. But Happiness 170 2, 5 | attained it, he will be ~perfectly happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 171 2, 5 | OBJ 2: When a form exists perfectly and naturally in something, 172 2, 5 | whereby God is seen, is in God perfectly and naturally; whereas in 173 2, 6 | Q[1], A[2]); those are ~perfectly moved by an intrinsic principle, 174 2, 11 | or as though it answered perfectly to the notion of fruit. 175 2, 11 | is possessed in two ways; perfectly and imperfectly. Perfectly, 176 2, 11 | perfectly and imperfectly. Perfectly, when ~it is possessed not 177 2, 16 | and ~this is to have it perfectly. This is the second relation 178 2, 17 | the mind commands ~itself perfectly to will, then already it 179 2, 17 | two, and fails to command perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 180 2, 27 | it thus, but to know it perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[27] A[ 181 2, 27 | known; since it can be loved perfectly, even without being ~perfectly 182 2, 27 | perfectly, even without being ~perfectly known. This is most evident 183 2, 28 | seeks to possess the beloved perfectly, by penetrating ~into his 184 2, 32 | of movement has not yet perfectly that ~to which it is moved, 185 2, 33 | it that he ~may enjoy it perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[33] A[ 186 2, 33 | actually present is not ~perfectly possessed: and this may 187 2, 33 | yet does ~not possess it perfectly, but obtains possession 188 2, 33 | the angels, who know ~God perfectly, and delight in Him, it 189 2, 34 | an operation cannot be perfectly good, unless there ~be also 190 2, 35 | Consequently man alone, who is a perfectly cognizant animal, takes ~ 191 2, 35 | this thing is ~all the more perfectly apprehended by means of 192 2, 38 | and the more so, the more perfectly one is a ~lover of wisdom. 193 2, 46 | inflicted, "but listens ~not perfectly," because it does not observe 194 2, 46 | angry man ~"does not listen perfectly to the command of reason," 195 2, 49 | a habit, when it is had perfectly, so as not to be lost easily. ~ 196 2, 50 | not the nature of habit ~perfectly: because their causes, of 197 2, 50 | perfect it is, the more perfectly will it understand.~Aquin.: 198 2, 51 | or by custom, but not so perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[51] A[ 199 2, 52 | participating more or less perfectly, one and the same form. 200 2, 52 | participating the form more perfectly, not as though something 201 2, 52 | subject to partake ~more perfectly of a pre-existing form, 202 2, 55 | by which man is made most perfectly ~conformed to God, and which 203 2, 55 | This definition comprises perfectly the whole essential ~notion 204 2, 63 | aptitude, inchoatively, but not perfectly, since ~nature is determined 205 2, 65 | character of virtue, truly and perfectly; and cannot be acquired 206 2, 65 | that God operates no less perfectly in works of ~grace than 207 2, 65 | gives the faculty of doing a perfectly good work, and this ~consists 208 2, 65 | well done, it will not be perfectly ~good; wherefore neither 209 2, 67 | far as each power will be perfectly disposed to obey the reason. 210 2, 67 | Ethic. ix, 5: and the ~more perfectly we know God, the more perfectly 211 2, 67 | perfectly we know God, the more perfectly we love Him.~ 212 2, 68 | nature or a form ~or a virtue perfectly, can of itself work according 213 2, 68 | sun which possesses light perfectly, can shine by ~itself; whereas 214 2, 68 | who knows the medical art ~perfectly, can work by himself; but 215 2, 68 | and thus they will be most perfectly in heaven, as may be ~gathered 216 2, 69 | these things will be more perfectly fulfilled in ~heaven.~Aquin.: 217 2, 70 | is impossible to rejoice perfectly in the beloved ~good, if 218 2, 70 | again, if a man's ~heart is perfectly set at peace in one object, 219 2, 70 | desire: for he does not perfectly rejoice, who is not satisfied ~ 220 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 3: Man does not do perfectly himself what he does without 221 2, 74 | therein: wherefore such is not perfectly a human act; and consequently 222 2, 89 | the sensuality not being ~perfectly subject to reason: and the 223 2, 91 | whereby man shares more perfectly in the eternal law.~Aquin.: 224 2, 93 | for ~it cannot be made perfectly known by its effects. Therefore 225 2, 93 | Accordingly, the good are perfectly subject to the eternal law, 226 2, 98 | thereof. ~Thus a medicine is perfectly good, if it gives health 227 2, 98 | obtained salvation more perfectly and more ~securely under 228 2, 101 | to grasp Divine ~things perfectly, on account of the sublimity 229 2, 101 | by Him to practice more perfectly the spiritual worship of 230 2, 102 | by Christ, and will ~be perfectly fulfilled in the eighth 231 2, 106 | the same law more or less perfectly. And thus the ~state of 232 2, 106 | dwells in man more or less perfectly. Nevertheless we are not 233 2, 106 | of the Holy Ghost ~more perfectly than he has possessed it 234 2, 109 | body. ~Hence no matter how perfectly fire has heat, it would 235 2, 109 | movements, yet he ~cannot be perfectly moved with the movements 236 2, 109 | we do not know ourselves perfectly, we cannot fully know what 237 2, 112 | sometimes moves him suddenly and perfectly to good, and man receives ~ 238 2, 112 | midst of sin, his heart was perfectly ~moved by God to hear, to 239 2, 112 | inasmuch as one may be more perfectly enlightened by grace than 240 2, 1 | the faith, knew it most perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[7] 241 2, 7 | charity, the heart will be ~perfectly purified thereby.~Aquin.: 242 2, 8 | we ~understand a thing perfectly, when we arrive at knowing 243 2, 8 | not; and whereby, the more perfectly do we ~know God in this 244 2, 9 | the human intellect ~may perfectly assent to the truth of the 245 2, 16 | enter into the heart of man ~perfectly, i.e. so that it be possible 246 2, 17 | the angels could not be ~perfectly happy in their first state 247 2, 18 | Who cannot be imitated perfectly - "they are unlike because 248 2, 18 | that ~if a man fear God perfectly, he does not, by pride, 249 2, 22 | Para. 4/4~Now no act is perfectly produced by an active power, 250 2, 22 | when our affections are perfectly ordered, unites us to ~God, 251 2, 22 | generically good, but not perfectly good, because it lacks its 252 2, 23 | the Holy Ghost ~to be more perfectly participated by the soul.~ 253 2, 25 | when man shall enjoy God perfectly. But, as regards the order ~ 254 2, 25 | charity directs man ~to God perfectly, and this belongs to love 255 2, 27 | God, it follows that this perfectly full joy is not taken into ~ 256 2, 28 | consent is nevertheless not perfectly united to himself, unless ~ 257 2, 28 | is possessed in two ways, perfectly and imperfectly, so there 258 2, 31 | altogether, though it does not perfectly attain the good of ~virtue, 259 2, 41 | rectitude, since what is perfectly ~right, secures man against 260 2, 41 | those who adhere to God ~perfectly by love, according to Ps. 261 2, 41 | obtaining salvation more perfectly, according to 1 Cor. 12: 262 2, 42 | be fulfilled in two ways; perfectly, and ~imperfectly. A precept 263 2, 42 | A precept is fulfilled perfectly, when the end intended by ~ 264 2, 42 | fight, his command will be ~perfectly obeyed by those who fight 265 2, 42 | will ~be observed fully and perfectly in heaven; yet it is fulfilled, 266 2, 42 | man will fulfil it ~more perfectly than another, and so much 267 2, 42 | fashion on the way, but not perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 268 2, 45 | particular good, but they do not perfectly take good counsel for the 269 2, 51 | listens to reason, yet not ~perfectly, whereas he who is incontinent 270 2, 54 | it needed to instruct man perfectly in all matters relating 271 2, 55 | that we cannot make Him a perfectly just ~repayment. For this 272 2, 80 | pride. If, however, a man perfectly submits to God his ~science 273 2, 81 | another in two ways: first perfectly, when ~it necessitates its 274 2, 81 | three petitions will be perfectly ~fulfilled in the life to 275 2, 81 | conform their will to God perfectly, so that ~they will only 276 2, 81 | before being anointed, i.e. perfectly ~enlightened, and consequently 277 2, 86 | that by continency man is perfectly conformed to Christ in respect ~ 278 2, 117 | things, are not prodigal but ~perfectly liberal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 279 2, 138 | Divine Law instructs man perfectly about such things ~as are 280 2, 147 | order to ~receive wisdom perfectly, it is requisite for certain 281 2, 152 | demands of charity are most perfectly satisfied by men ~uniting 282 2, 154 | he does not ~tend thereto perfectly, because he does not intend 283 2, 156 | that "anger does not listen perfectly to ~reason"; and Gregory 284 2, 169 | he who knows a principle perfectly, as regards all to ~which 285 2, 169 | the habit of a science perfectly, is to know whatever is 286 2, 171 | prophets whose minds are ~perfectly enlightened from above.~ 287 2, 173 | because he saw not ~so perfectly as do the saints in heaven. 288 2, 174 | doubt He ~possessed most perfectly the knowledge of all languages, 289 2, 174 | of life it cannot be had perfectly by way of habit, but ~only 290 2, 174 | life, that it should be had perfectly and by way of habit.~Aquin.: 291 2, 176 | that is, ~before he was perfectly enlightened; "since God 292 2, 178 | wherefore it will make us perfectly happy: whereas now the ~ 293 2, 180 | habit one acts yet more ~perfectly, as stated in Ethic. ii, 294 2, 184 | renounce all he has, in order perfectly to follow Christ. ~Wherefore 295 2, 186 | is possessed wholly and perfectly; ~wherefore there can be 296 2, 187 | acquiring ~none of them perfectly": because the various religious 297 3, 1 | sufficient in two ~ways - first, perfectly, inasmuch as it is condign, 298 3, 1 | sin of the nature is as ~perfectly healed in each one as if 299 3, 7 | but that He had them most perfectly ~beyond the common mode. 300 3, 7 | He did ~not fulfil more perfectly Himself.~Aquin.: SMT TP 301 3, 7 | fully is to have wholly and perfectly. Now ~totality and perfection 302 3, 7 | hope was in Christ most perfectly; as in fire there are not 303 3, 9 | befitted Christ, He had most perfectly. Now ~Christ did not possess 304 3, 9 | acquired knowledge most perfectly, since He did ~not devote 305 3, 10 | It totally, i.e. not as ~perfectly as It is knowable, as was 306 3, 10 | OBJ 2: Further, the more perfectly anyone knows a principle 307 3, 10 | God sees His Essence more perfectly than the ~soul of Christ 308 3, 10 | many more ~things the more perfectly it sees the Word. Yet no 309 3, 10 | Essence so much the more perfectly than the ~soul of Christ, 310 3, 10 | does not see the Word more ~perfectly than does any other creature. 311 3, 10 | does not see the Word more perfectly ~than any other creature.~ 312 3, 10 | did not see the Word more ~perfectly than the angels.~Aquin.: 313 3, 10 | His Word infinitely more perfectly than does ~the soul of Christ. 314 3, 10 | the Divine Essence more perfectly than ~does every other creature.~ 315 3, 10 | higher anyone is the more perfectly does he know God. Therefore 316 3, 10 | of Christ sees God more perfectly than does any other creature.~ 317 3, 10 | creature. And ~therefore more perfectly than the rest of creatures 318 3, 10 | conclusion in ~a medium more perfectly than another does. And in 319 3, 10 | the Divine ~Essence more perfectly than do the other blessed, 320 3, 12 | the beginning He had them perfectly. But the acquired ~knowledge 321 3, 13 | God knows (things) more ~perfectly than the soul of Christ; 322 3, 15 | and ~all the virtues most perfectly. Now moral virtues, which 323 3, 15 | Christ's soul possessed perfectly all natural ~powers. Therefore 324 3, 22 | that the spirit of man be ~perfectly united to God: which will 325 3, 22 | God: which will be most perfectly realized in glory. ~Hence, 326 3, 27 | sanctification, and still more perfectly by Divine Providence preserving ~ 327 3, 27 | instance when matter is perfectly disposed for the form. ~ 328 3, 28 | fulness of grace was in Christ perfectly, yet ~some beginning of 329 3, 33 | Therefore Christ's body was not perfectly formed in the first instant 330 3, 33 | Christ's body was both perfectly formed and ~assumed. And 331 3, 33 | because ~Christ's body was perfectly formed in a shorter space 332 3, 33 | and afterwards, when it is perfectly disposed, it ~receives a 333 3, 33 | power of the agent, was perfectly disposed instantaneously. 334 3, 36 | destroyed, whether a thing be perfectly manifest, or whether it 335 3, 36 | Himself manifested ~Himself perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 336 3, 44 | proper to work suddenly, perfectly, and ~without any assistance. 337 3, 45 | the Son and ~Holy Ghost is perfectly conscious of that perfect 338 3, 46 | His soul enjoyed fruition perfectly while ~Christ was suffering.~ 339 3, 55 | suffice of itself for ~showing perfectly Christ's Resurrection, yet 340 3, 59 | Judgment cannot be passed perfectly upon any changeable ~subject 341 3, 59 | judgment cannot be given ~perfectly regarding the quality of 342 3, 59 | in every respect shall be perfectly and publicly ~judged.~Aquin.: 343 3, 60 | signified by them: which is more perfectly done in ~words than in other 344 3, 61 | truth will be openly and ~perfectly revealed. Wherefore then 345 3, 62 | this it is clear that they ~perfectly fulfil the conditions of 346 3, 62 | a spiritual thing exist perfectly in something, it ~contains 347 3, 62 | in nature completely and perfectly: whereas the ~instrumental 348 3, 62 | because it does not justify perfectly." But grace justifies ~perfectly. 349 3, 62 | perfectly." But grace justifies ~perfectly. Therefore the sacraments 350 3, 66 | the agents, if it be done ~perfectly by each. So that if two 351 3, 68 | be baptized appear to be perfectly instructed in the ~faith 352 3, 69 | being baptized, but more perfectly ~through the actual reception 353 3, 72 | conscious or for which he is not perfectly contrite, he will receive 354 3, 79 | although imperfectly. but perfectly in the state of glory. Hence ~ 355 3, 83 | the people are instructed "perfectly" by ~Christ's teaching contained 356 3, 86 | afterwards ~he was restored perfectly, "so that he saw all things 357 3, 86 | God heals the whole man perfectly; but sometimes suddenly, ~ 358 3, 89 | hereafter, acknowledge ~how perfectly the boy Benedict turned 359 3, 89 | none but those who repent ~perfectly, as stated above. To those 360 Suppl, 3 | both because sin is more perfectly remedied than ~punishment, 361 Suppl, 5 | punishment. Now no man is so perfectly ~contrite as not to be bound 362 Suppl, 15| caused by sin should be perfectly healed by ~satisfaction. 363 Suppl, 18| receiving absolution, were not perfectly disposed for the ~reception 364 Suppl, 19| same way since it is more perfectly ~in the latter. Now the 365 Suppl, 29| internal wounds cannot be perfectly signified save by the application ~ 366 Suppl, 30| sin which cannot be cured ~perfectly in this lifetime: for which 367 Suppl, 36| and to know them the more perfectly according as they ~are in 368 Suppl, 44| animation is not found perfectly in those animate beings 369 Suppl, 54| man ~naturally, and more perfectly than in other animals, it 370 Suppl, 55| the juridical order is not perfectly observed, since if the denunciation ~ 371 Suppl, 57| imitates natural ~sonship perfectly, and this is called "arrogatio," 372 Suppl, 69| go hence without being ~perfectly clean. But those who will 373 Suppl, 70| energy of the whole is found perfectly in one of the parts, but 374 Suppl, 70| the soul's energy is found perfectly in ~the intellective part, 375 Suppl, 70| in order to ~understand perfectly how the soul suffers from 376 Suppl, 72| not as having simply and ~perfectly the character of sin, so 377 Suppl, 77| the specific nature ~as perfectly as the first did: and the 378 Suppl, 77| share the species of wine as perfectly as the first water added 379 Suppl, 77| into flesh ~does not so perfectly attain to the species of 380 Suppl, 77| perfection of ~the species so perfectly as those which come first: 381 Suppl, 77| truth of human nature more ~perfectly: which same order the second 382 Suppl, 79| that it contains will be perfectly subject to the rational 383 Suppl, 79| even as ~the soul will be perfectly subject to God. Wherefore 384 Suppl, 79| corruptible things form does not ~perfectly overcome matter, it cannot 385 Suppl, 79| one who enjoys God more perfectly, ~there is a greater cause 386 Suppl, 80| those bodies which are most perfectly subject to their form, and 387 Suppl, 80| subtle, ~when they are most perfectly complete in their specific 388 Suppl, 80| inordinateness of matter in not being perfectly subject to ~its form. For 389 Suppl, 81| body must needs be most perfectly subject to the ~glorified 390 Suppl, 81| resurrection, the ~soul will perfectly dominate the body, both 391 Suppl, 81| Divine goodness much more perfectly ~than the heavenly bodies, 392 Suppl, 82| glorified body would not be a perfectly obedient ~instrument of 393 Suppl, 82| as to perceive them both ~perfectly. But the color of the glorified 394 Suppl, 84| repentance for these sins be perfectly known, which would detract ~ 395 Suppl, 89| matter, be able to know perfectly ~incorporeal objects of 396 Suppl, 89| soul will not see God more perfectly ~than an angel. Therefore 397 Suppl, 89| Para. 3/3~Further, the more perfectly a principle is known, the 398 Suppl, 89| essence ~will know God more perfectly than others. Therefore some 399 Suppl, 89| would not know His power perfectly; since a power cannot be 400 Suppl, 89| can do, ~because the more perfectly a principle is known, the 401 Suppl, 89| who ~know do not know all perfectly. For in one and the same 402 Suppl, 90| Divine likeness, the more perfectly does it participate happiness. ~ 403 Suppl, 90| operations, through the soul not perfectly completing the body. As ~ 404 Suppl, 90| thing is in being, the more perfectly is it able to ~operate: 405 Suppl, 90| is able to operate more perfectly ~than when united thereto, 406 Suppl, 91| they are allowed to see ~perfectly the sufferings of the damned.~ 407 Suppl, 92| never was ~otherwise than perfectly united. Wherefore in the 408 Suppl, 93| inasmuch as it enjoys God ~perfectly as seen and loved perfectly. 409 Suppl, 93| perfectly as seen and loved perfectly. Now this reward is called 410 Suppl, 93| said to enjoy [frui] God perfectly in heaven, and imperfectly 411 Suppl, 93| martyrs and virgins ~are most perfectly conformed to Him: and for 412 Suppl, 93| martyrdom, or of doctrine more perfectly than another ~person. For 413 Suppl, 95| he would desire to know perfectly. Accordingly, in the damned 414 Suppl, 95| hoping ~to have it more perfectly in the life to come. Not 415 Appen1, 1| say that they will know ~perfectly things subject to natural


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