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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | image and likeness", it is ~added, "And let him have dominion 2 1, 3 | divine being has nothing added to it. Now being to ~which 3 1, 3 | A thing that has nothing added to it can be of two kinds. ~ 4 1, 3 | a thing to have nothing added to it, inasmuch as its essence ~ 5 1, 3 | that anything should be added to it; thus the genus ~animal 6 1, 3 | divine being has nothing added to it in the first sense; 7 1, 3 | universal being has nothing added to it in the second sense.~ 8 1, 3 | in God actuality is not added to potentiality, it is impossible 9 1, 3 | something extraneous to heat added to it, as whiteness, nevertheless ~ 10 1, 3 | things do not differ by added differences - for this ~ 11 1, 5 | from A[1]. But whatever is added to ~being limits it; as 12 1, 5 | Metaph. x); for as a unit added to, or taken from a number, ~ 13 1, 5 | species, so a difference added to, or taken from a ~definition, 14 1, 6 | respect of any accidents being added as necessary for its perfect ~ 15 1, 6 | either its existence, or some added ~perfection, or the order 16 1, 6 | the goodness itself thus ~added is good, just as it is being. 17 1, 8 | as grace is a perfection added to the substance of a ~thing, 18 1, 8 | perfections are likewise added. Therefore if God is ~said 19 1, 8 | perfection, except grace, added to substance, ~renders God 20 1, 11 | the principle of number, added a reality to the substance 21 1, 11 | convertible with "being" added a ~reality to the substance 22 1, 12 | supernatural ~disposition should be added to the intellect in order 23 1, 12 | understanding should be added by divine grace. Now this 24 1, 14 | consideration ~of knowledge will be added the treatment of ideas.~ 25 1, 14 | understands unless there is added to it the inclination to 26 1, 16 | a circle, ~and that two added to three make five." But 27 1, 29 | term "rational nature" is added, as signifying the singular 28 1, 29 | individual" superfluously added, forasmuch as by the ~name 29 1, 29 | But where "individual" is ~added, the idea of assumptibility 30 1, 29 | and when ~"individual" is added, it is restricted to first 31 1, 30 | quantity, denotes an accident added ~to being; as also does " 32 1, 31 | exclusive word "alone" should be added to the essential term ~in 33 1, 31 | alone" [solus] is not to ~be added to an essential term in 34 1, 36 | Therefore it should not be added in our Creed that the Holy ~ 35 1, 36 | from the Son; and those who added such a thing appear to ~ 36 1, 36 | Son, ~although there be added an exclusive term; except 37 1, 36 | Father, even though it be added that He proceeds from the 38 1, 39 | however, something be added belonging to the person 39 1, 39 | require ~something to be added, then, on the contrary, 40 1, 39 | adjective indicates something added to the ~"suppositum." Therefore 41 1, 40 | that to which ~something is added, may be understood when 42 1, 40 | away; as ~man is something added to animal which can be understood 43 1, 40 | But person is something added to hypostasis; for person 44 1, 40 | not to ~be understood as added to the divine hypostases, 45 1, 40 | hypostases, as a form is added to a ~pre-existing subject: 46 1, 41 | of the ~Father, a term is added which saves the distinction. 47 1, 41 | reason of the notional term added. ~But if the word "generandi" [ 48 1, 42 | since it is ~immediately added, "Whatsoever things the 49 1, 44 | individuating principles added to the principles of the 50 1, 45 | but only as regards some added perfection; as we may say 51 1, 50 | of the difference which added to the genus makes the species. 52 1, 67 | to which was afterwards ~added the special and determinative 53 1, 68 | these four heavens are added to the three enumerated 54 1, 70 | To these two ~works is added the work of adornment, which 55 1, 72 | the word "quadrupeds" is added. Or ~perhaps the word "quadruped" 56 1, 72 | to which ~the others are added as species, for even some 57 1, 73 | to which many things are ~added, unless they are merely 58 1, 73 | seventh. It may also be added that in continuous movement, 59 1, 73 | but because something ~is added to creatures by their multiplying, 60 1, 74 | that nothing new was to be added to it, and that therefore 61 1, 74 | as each succeeding work added to the world ~a fresh state 62 1, 74 | Lord from the earth," is added, ~"fire, hail, snow, and 63 1, 74 | ii.], and to these may be added a mystical one ~derived 64 1, 74 | things were made, it is added, in order to remove that 65 1, 76 | understanding. Now what is added is ~always more perfect. 66 1, 39 | however, something be added belonging to the person 67 1, 39 | require ~something to be added, then, on the contrary, 68 1, 39 | adjective indicates something added to the ~"suppositum." Therefore 69 1, 40 | that to which ~something is added, may be understood when 70 1, 40 | away; as ~man is something added to animal which can be understood 71 1, 40 | But person is something added to hypostasis; for person 72 1, 40 | not to ~be understood as added to the divine hypostases, 73 1, 40 | hypostases, as a form is added to a ~pre-existing subject: 74 1, 41 | of the ~Father, a term is added which saves the distinction. 75 1, 41 | reason of the notional term added. ~But if the word "generandi" [ 76 1, 42 | since it is ~immediately added, "Whatsoever things the 77 1, 45 | individuating principles added to the principles of the 78 1, 46 | but only as regards some added perfection; as we may say 79 1, 51 | of the difference which added to the genus makes the species. 80 1, 68 | to which was afterwards ~added the special and determinative 81 1, 69 | these four heavens are added to the three enumerated 82 1, 71 | To these two ~works is added the work of adornment, which 83 1, 71 | the word "quadrupeds" is added. Or ~perhaps the word "quadruped" 84 1, 71 | to which ~the others are added as species, for even some 85 1, 72 | to which many things are ~added, unless they are merely 86 1, 72 | seventh. It may also be added that in continuous movement, 87 1, 72 | but because something ~is added to creatures by their multiplying, 88 1, 73 | that nothing new was to be added to it, and that therefore 89 1, 73 | as each succeeding work added to the world ~a fresh state 90 1, 73 | Lord from the earth," is added, ~"fire, hail, snow, and 91 1, 73 | ii.], and to these may be added a mystical one ~derived 92 1, 73 | things were made, it is added, in order to remove that 93 1, 75 | understanding. Now what is added is ~always more perfect. 94 1, 77 | motive power should not be added to the above as a special 95 1, 77 | unless another power be added to them; for immovable ~ 96 1, 90 | earth," he should not have added: "And He breathed into him 97 1, 90 | them," he should not have added, "male and female ~He created 98 1, 91 | made out of that which was ~added, rather than out of the 99 1, 91 | without anything being added; in the same way as our 100 1, 91 | the same ~without anything added to it; unless it receives 101 1, 92 | God He created him," it is added, "Male and ~female He created 102 1, 92 | God He created him," it added, "male ~and female He created 103 1, 92 | Him that created him," ~added, "Where there is neither 104 1, 94 | virtue of the grace which was added.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 105 1, 96 | extraneous sources, being added to the humor already ~existing, 106 1, 96 | specific active power: as water added to wine takes ~at first 107 1, 96 | then, as more water is added, the strength of ~the wine 108 1, 111 | is finite as in the words added, ~"and ten thousand times 109 1, 117 | spiritual substances would be added to the ~perfection of the 110 1, 117 | OBJ 2: Something can be added every day to the perfection 111 1, 118 | whatever may have been added to that which was derived 112 1, 118 | other substance must be added to matter, either ~by creation, 113 1, 118 | some other ~matter must be added, through the change of food 114 1, 118 | Nothing, ~therefore, would be added to living bodies by their 115 1, 118 | of example: that which is added, and ~that to which it is 116 1, 118 | and ~that to which it is added, cannot be different natures, 117 1, 118 | that transforms the water added to it, is weakened by further ~ 118 1, 118 | because that which is added passes into what pre-existed. 119 2, 1 | that quantity or unity be added to it. Wherefore in such ~ 120 2, 5 | consideration ~that Augustine added so as to include perfect 121 2, 6 | remains such, whatever be ~added to it: thus what is hot 122 2, 6 | still ~hot, whatever be added to it. But that which is 123 2, 6 | remain such, whatever be ~added to them; for instance, a 124 2, 11 | love in him. But since he added that he set his ~end in 125 2, 18 | moral conditions that are added to it, can ~belong to two 126 2, 18 | taken as a circumstance added to the object that specifies 127 2, 18 | goodness: just as every unity added to a ~number makes a new 128 2, 19 | of the will, when it is ~added to a preceding act of the 129 2, 20 | since form is something added to matter. Therefore good ~ 130 2, 20 | further goodness or malice be added, ~it is to no purpose that 131 2, 33 | according as every good which is added to a thing and completes ~ 132 2, 33 | operation . . . as some end added to it": ~that is to say, 133 2, 33 | is operation, there is ~added another good, which is pleasure, 134 2, 35 | species that it is ~something added to the genus. But a thing 135 2, 35 | genus. But a thing can be added to a genus in two ~ways. 136 2, 35 | therein: thus "rational" is added to "animal." Such an addition ~ 137 2, 35 | secondly, a thing may be added to a genus, that is, as ~ 138 2, 35 | something of the kind may be added to "animal." Such an addition 139 2, 45 | so much ~difficulty be added to the danger that it overcomes 140 2, 48 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, fervor added to fervor produces greater 141 2, 51 | OBJ 2: Something may be added even naturally to the nature 142 2, 51 | Wherefore there must needs be ~added to the angels' intellective 143 2, 52 | more white, except by an added whiteness.~Aquin.: SMT FS 144 2, 52 | as though something were added ~to the form.~Aquin.: SMT 145 2, 52 | because some other subject is added sharing in the ~same form ( 146 2, 52 | as when a hot thing is added to another, or one white 147 2, 66 | Further, when two things are added together, the result is ~ 148 2, 66 | hope results from something added to ~charity; for it presupposes 149 2, 68 | OBJ 5: Further, wisdom is added in order to direct understanding; ~ 150 2, 68 | some ~gift should have been added for the purpose of directing 151 2, 72 | other degrees of sin are added. Therefore the ~first division 152 2, 73 | wife: but if to this ~be added the circumstance that the 153 2, 73 | theft; but if to ~this be added the circumstance that much 154 2, 76 | OBJ 2: Further, one sin added to another makes a greater 155 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: One sin is added to another makes more sins, 156 2, 87 | in Exodus these words are added, "Of ~them that hate Me," 157 2, 88 | meaning that many venial ~sins added together make one mortal 158 2, 93 | knowledge of ~good, there is the added knowledge of faith and wisdom; 159 2, 93 | inclination to good, there is the added motive of ~grace and virtue.~ 160 2, 94 | the number of ~conditions added, the greater the number 161 2, 94 | of ~human life have been added over and above the natural 162 2, 98 | of the natural law, ~and added certain precepts of its 163 2, 98 | those precepts which were added by ~the Old Law, they were 164 2, 99 | from it, but as something added thereto. For just as ~grace 165 2, 100 | faith: and that which is added, "Thou shalt not ~make . . . 166 2, 100 | a ~promise of reward is added to the precept about honoring 167 2, 100 | so there should have been added some precepts pertaining 168 2, 100 | these are moral precepts added to ~the decalogue, and given 169 2, 100 | these other moral precepts added to the ~decalogue are reducible 170 2, 100 | strange gods: and to this are added other precepts forbidding ~ 171 2, 100 | forbids perjury. To this is added the prohibition ~of blasphemy ( 172 2, 100 | the third commandment are added all the ceremonial precepts. ~ 173 2, 100 | honor due to parents, is added ~the precept about honoring 174 2, 100 | which forbids murder, is added the prohibition of ~hatred 175 2, 100 | which ~forbids adultery, is added the prohibition about whoredom, 176 2, 100 | which prohibits theft, is added the precept forbidding usury, ~ 177 2, 100 | forbidding false testimony, is added the prohibition ~against 178 2, 100 | no further precepts are added, because thereby are forbidden ~ 179 2, 102 | The wild lettuces were ~added to denote repentance for 180 2, 102 | To this ~burning were added "cedar-wood, and hyssop, 181 2, 102 | here: for ~"cedar-wood" was added to the fire, to signify 182 2, 102 | weakness. Three things were added, viz. "cedar-wood," ~which 183 2, 102 | had ~been foretold, it is added: "Thou shalt not boil a 184 2, 102 | reason thereof is at once added, to wit: "For ~the Lord 185 2, 106 | man by being, as ~it were, added on to his nature by a gift 186 2, 107 | the New Law ~is something added to the Old. For the Old 187 2, 107 | Christ and ~the apostles, added very few precepts to those 188 2, 107 | although afterwards some were added, through being instituted 189 2, 108 | for grace." Hence it is added ~that "grace and truth came 190 2, 108 | Therefore it should also have ~added certain outward moral deeds, 191 2, 108 | together with ~something added thereto, as stated above ( 192 2, 108 | of liberty, counsels are added to the commandments, and 193 2, 109 | grace," ~inasmuch as it is added to nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS 194 2, 109 | does not need a new light added to his natural light, in 195 2, 109 | not need the gift of grace added to his natural endowments, 196 2, 113 | is not enough, but it is added: 'But for thy former sins 197 2, 114 | eternal life, unless there is added a supernatural gift, ~which 198 2, 114 | sin, a second ~reason is added to this, viz. the impediment 199 2, 8 | light of nature, but is added thereto as ~perfecting it. 200 2, 12 | the will's detestation is added thereto, and yet ~more, 201 2, 15 | Testament, wherefore He added: "Believe also in Me."~Aquin.: 202 2, 23 | presuppose that the things added ~together are distinct before 203 2, 23 | Consequently if charity be ~added to charity, the added charity 204 2, 23 | be ~added to charity, the added charity must be presupposed 205 2, 23 | charity to which it is added, not necessarily by a distinction 206 2, 23 | quantity to which it is added. Wherefore if charity be 207 2, 23 | Wherefore if charity be added to ~charity we must presuppose 208 2, 23 | understood, as though the added charity ~were presupposed 209 2, 23 | from that to which it is ~added.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 210 2, 23 | therefore that if charity be added to charity, we must ~presuppose 211 2, 23 | when one ~white thing is added to another, although such 212 2, 23 | one rational mind ~being added to another; which is impossible. 213 2, 23 | not that another form ~is added to it: for this would be 214 2, 23 | and not by charity being added to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 215 2, 23 | and the one to which we ~added what was subtracted. But 216 2, 37 | results from ~something being added to schism, for it adds corrupt 217 2, 37 | compel a man, another ~is added: just as physicians employ 218 2, 42 | Whether it is fittingly added: "With thy whole mind," 219 2, 42 | with thy whole mind" is added. Yet in Mark 12 ~we find 220 2, 53 | sense, yet, if ~something be added, it may be taken in a bad 221 2, 56 | OBJ 2: When magnanimity is added to justice it increases 222 2, 63 | whom ~he is connected, is added to the sin of which a man 223 2, 72 | accursed," and then it is added, "for he hath troubled ~ 224 2, 81 | To these a third may be added, ~namely, "reasoning," whereby 225 2, 81 | all these things shall be added ~unto you," that is to say, 226 2, 81 | seek, but they will be added to what we seek. Therefore 227 2, 86 | however, two other things are added as a sort of ~confirmation 228 2, 86 | since "what is given Him is added to the giver," as ~Augustine 229 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 2: An oath is added to a vow not because it 230 2, 93 | their enchantments," it is ~added by way of answer: "Should 231 2, 103 | that which obstinacy is added: for it is not the contempt 232 2, 127 | the aspect of difficult is added, ~they belong to the irascible. 233 2, 145 | a fourth reason may be added. For ~the Creator is the " 234 2, 150 | corruptible body." This is ~added to show the difficulty of 235 2, 152 | kindred, if to this be ~added the love that has its origin 236 2, 161 | You shall be as Gods," and added: "Knowing good and evil."~ 237 2, 167 | necessity, yet nothing be added to increase its beauty." ~ 238 2, 169 | yet fifteen years were added to his life (4 Kgs. 20:6). 239 2, 180 | which ~is special to man is added (Ps. 35:10): "In Thy light 240 2, 182 | and something else is added wherein perfection consists, 241 2, 182 | enough merely to leave, Peter added that ~which is perfect: ' 242 2, 183 | they preached; wherefore He added: "For the workman is ~worthy 243 2, 183 | the Church. Hence it is added ~(XVIII, qu. i, can. Statutum) 244 2, 184 | kingdom of heaven," and then added: ~"He that can take, let 245 2, 184 | things," observes, ~"Peter added that which is perfect when 246 2, 185 | sad," and afterwards He added: "But ~thou, when thou fastest, 247 2, 186 | their tribulation," ~it is added, "and to keep one's self 248 2, 187 | And afterwards it is added: "We adjudge and by apostolic 249 3, 1 | AA[1],2), no ~power was added to Him by the assumption 250 3, 1 | away all sins subsequently added to it; not that ~all are 251 3, 1 | and afterwards it is added: "Full of grace and truth." 252 3, 2 | nothing was found to be added to what ~belongs to the 253 3, 3 | consequently what is assumed is ~added to the one who assumes, 254 3, 3 | man with God, nothing is added to God by the ~grace of 255 3, 6 | grace and truth," and it is added afterwards that "of His ~ 256 3, 7 | result from something being ~added to the common, but is rather 257 3, 9 | Further, nothing can be added to what is full. But the 258 3, 11 | of habitual knowledge is added ~to the goodness of the 259 3, 12 | since the perfect ~cannot be added to. Now we cannot suppose 260 3, 14 | particular causes being ~added; and hence, since Christ 261 3, 16 | of the subject there is added some word ~signifying human 262 3, 16 | this word "man" may be added ~in the reduplication, either 263 3, 16 | of ~the nature. If it be added by reason of the suppositum, 264 3, 16 | creature." But if it be added by ~reason of the human 265 3, 16 | suppositum, since it ~is added as a predicate, which is 266 3, 16 | if ~something further be added whereby [the term covered 267 3, 17 | formally. But if anything is added whereby it is ~drawn to 268 3, 17 | being would be ~thereby added to Socrates, but only a 269 3, 20 | whether this qualification be added ~or not, as stated above ( 270 3, 20 | this qualification be not added; and yet it is better to 271 3, 24 | according to the flesh," added, "Who ~was predestinated 272 3, 25 | adoration, ~wherefore it is added: "Thou shalt not adore them 273 3, 26 | the man Christ Jesus," ~added: "Who gave Himself a redemption 274 3, 27 | Further, nothing remains to be added to that which is full and ~ 275 3, 29 | 12~A fifth reason may be added: since the Mother of the 276 3, 30 | the convincing argument is added taken from ~the Divine omnipotence.~ 277 3, 35 | children," the following are added: "and thou ~shalt be under 278 3, 38 | anything, nothing should be ~added to it. But the Jews observed 279 3, 43 | around them. Hence it is added: 'And His disciples ~believed 280 3, 45 | beloved ~Son," was fittingly added?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 281 3, 45 | Son," was not fittingly added; for, as it is written ~( 282 3, 46 | Passion should have been ~added for the deliverance of the 283 3, 48 | truly ~blessed." But, as is added in the same place, "Christ 284 3, 51 | work upon Me," and then He added (Mt. ~26:12) - "for she, 285 3, 54 | their fears He presently added: "Handle and see, for a 286 3, 54 | hence it is straightway added in the ~words of the Apostle: " 287 3, 60 | Whether anything may be added to or subtracted from these 288 3, 60 | super Joan.): "The word is ~added to the element and this 289 3, 60 | in Joan.): "The word is added to the element, and this ~ 290 3, 60 | fitting for words to be added to the ~sensible signs. 291 3, 60 | seems that if anything be added to or subtracted from a 292 3, 60 | sense; but many words are added by Doctors by ~way of explanation 293 3, 64 | to the solemnity which is added to ~the sacraments in order 294 3, 66 | super Joan.): "The word is ~added to the element, and this 295 3, 66 | OBJ 3: When the words are added, the element becomes a sacrament, ~ 296 3, 66 | those very words ~which are added to the element, when we 297 3, 66 | not essential; but it is added in order to lay ~greater 298 3, 66 | second or third immersion be added, it seems that ~Baptism 299 3, 72 | in Joan.): "The word is added to the element, ~and this 300 3, 72 | it as to that which is ~added over and above, then one 301 3, 72 | signified; and afterwards ~it is added that "they were all filled 302 3, 74 | the quantity of the water added.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 303 3, 74 | that water should not be added in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 304 3, 74 | sacrament. But ~nothing is added to the bread. Therefore 305 3, 74 | neither should anything be added ~to the wine.~Aquin.: SMT 306 3, 74 | the ~water as something added to the wine.~Aquin.: SMT 307 3, 74 | sacrament, what kind of water is added to the wine, whether natural ~ 308 3, 74 | Whether water should be added in great quantity?~Aquin.: 309 3, 74 | seems that water ought to be added in great quantity, because ~ 310 3, 74 | seems that water ought to be added in ~great quantity.~Aquin.: 311 3, 74 | a small quantity to ~be added.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 312 3, 74 | opinion regarding the water added to ~the wine, as Pope Innocent 313 3, 74 | OBJ 2: If no water were added, the signification would 314 3, 74 | Reply OBJ 3: If water were added to a cask, it would not 315 3, 74 | sacrament, but the water must be added to the wine ~at the actual 316 3, 77 | consecrated; just as water added to ~holy-water becomes holy. 317 3, 77 | blood. Therefore the liquid added would likewise be Christ' 318 3, 77 | longer. ~But if the liquid added were of another species, 319 3, 77 | of the same species were ~added, of instance, wine with 320 3, 77 | Para. 3/4~But if the liquid added were of such minute quantity 321 3, 77 | liquid of any kind whatsoever added ~be so much in quantity 322 3, 77 | the quantity of the liquid added be so slight as not to ~ 323 3, 77 | affect the wine that is added, because, if water is ~added, 324 3, 77 | added, because, if water is ~added, it takes the savor of the 325 3, 77 | afterwards in the wine that is added; ~but such change is the 326 3, 77 | they ~act upon the liquid added, by changing it.~Aquin.: 327 3, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: The liquid added to the consecrated wine 328 3, 77 | like ~manner the liquid added can be so small as on that 329 3, 78 | conjunction "for" is improperly ~added in some books, since it 330 3, 78 | Testament" are improperly added.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 331 3, 78 | remission of sins." The words added, namely, "eternal" and " 332 3, 78 | in Joan.): "The word ~is added to the element, and this 333 3, 83 | the other words must be added to dispose the people for 334 3, 83 | no ~other bodily food is added in the celebration of the 335 3, 83 | pence. And a double cross is added at the words - "that ~it 336 3, 83 | heed that ~water is not added to the chalice, or even 337 3, 84 | something ~is suitably added in reference to the supreme 338 3, 84 | wherefore it is significantly added: "For ~there is a reward 339 Suppl, 7 | goodness or difficulty is added over and above the ~object 340 Suppl, 9 | aggravated when another is added to ~it; and a remedy which 341 Suppl, 10| to which ~absolution is added because it delivered the 342 Suppl, 37| Mt. 26:26), wherefore He added: "Do this for a commemoration ~ 343 Suppl, 43| promise, but an oath is added, as also certain pledges. 344 Suppl, 43| Reply OBJ 3: Such things are added only in confirmation of 345 Suppl, 46| inquiry:~(1) Whether an oath added to the consent that is expressed 346 Suppl, 46| Para. 1/1~Whether an oath added to the consent that is expressed 347 Suppl, 46| seem that if an oath be added to a consent that is ~expressed 348 Suppl, 46| even though an oath ~be added to the promise, the marriage 349 Suppl, 49| wrong, something must be added to it to make it right, ~ 350 Suppl, 49| sacramental aspect is a condition added to marriage ~considered 351 Suppl, 49| Further, if a moral good be added to a moral evil the sum 352 Suppl, 51| nature of the difference added ~thereto; namely from its 353 Suppl, 53| even though an oath be added thereto, ~does not dissolve 354 Suppl, 54| numbers, in so far as unity added to unity ~involves number. 355 Suppl, 54| number. Thus every unity added makes a degree in a particular ~ 356 Suppl, 54| the more another blood is ~added the less there is of the 357 Suppl, 70| from Augustine's works and added things ~of his own. Hence 358 Suppl, 70| heat ~heats. That which is added, namely that the soul feels 359 Suppl, 71| person, other ~prayers are added for other deceased persons. 360 Suppl, 72| pray for us," except we ~added something, this would seem 361 Suppl, 72| just as ~charity will be added to the higher creature in 362 Suppl, 72| unbecoming that another fire be added to the fire of the damned ~ 363 Suppl, 77| held that something new is added to the truth of human nature 364 Suppl, 77| directed, that ~which is added by food belongs to the truth 365 Suppl, 77| from food; for this is not added except for the purpose of 366 Suppl, 77| natural heat, as lead is ~added to silver lest it be destroyed 367 Suppl, 77| restored, and of that which was added secondly, thirdly, and so 368 Suppl, 77| because that which was added was intended to restore 369 Suppl, 77| perfectly as the first water added to ~the wine. Even so that 370 Suppl, 77| which state much has been added to the ~seminal substance 371 Suppl, 80| distinct places, else one line added to another would not ~make 372 Suppl, 80| suppose one line to ~be added to another, as being distinct 373 Suppl, 81| instantaneously, but that nothing is added to the time which that ~ 374 Suppl, 81| medium is a part of movement added to the natural ~movement, 375 Suppl, 81| movable, as when one line is added to another: for ~the proportion 376 Suppl, 81| the ~lines that which is added is a part of the total line.~ 377 Suppl, 85| judgment, both from the ~added glory of the body and from 378 Suppl, 85| increase of torment from the ~added punishment of the body and 379 Suppl, 90| Reply OBJ 4: Although finite added to infinite does not make 380 Suppl, 92| Therefore praise should be added to the aforesaid dowries.~ 381 Suppl, 93| accidental reward which is added to the essential has ~the 382 Suppl, 93| however, nothing can be ~added to the essential, but what 383 Suppl, 93| aureole." Now something may be added in two ways to this ~essential 384 Suppl, 93| the glory of ~the body is added to the beatitude of the 385 Suppl, 93| finally the aureole is added, when it is stated in the 386 Suppl, 93| aureole" denotes something added to ~the "aurea," a kind 387 Suppl, 93| would ~not be described as added to the "aurea." Moreover, 388 Suppl, 93| Yet some things can be ~added, not as being necessary 389 Suppl, 93| aureole, but that which ~is added to the essential reward 390 Suppl, 93| the accidental which is added to the essential. Now that ~ 391 Suppl, 93| essential. Now that ~which is added to the essential reward 392 Suppl, 93| little crown [aureola] is added to ~the crown. But the fruit 393 Suppl, 93| is an accidental reward added to the ~essential reward, 394 Suppl, 93| no other perfection is added to the observance of the 395 Suppl, 93| further spirituality can be added to it. The number 100 also 396 Suppl, 93| broad sense for any joy added to the essential joy of 397 Suppl, 93| thereof, if suffering be added thereto, merits ~an aureole, 398 Suppl, 93| golden [aurea] crown is added, when the Gospel promises 399 Suppl, 93| Mt. 19:17). To this is added the little golden crown ~[ 400 Suppl, 93| contrary, The aureole is added to the aurea. But the aurea 401 Suppl, 94| Avicenna himself (Met. ix) added another explanation, by 402 Suppl, 95| damned, by that which is added ~thereto by their deliberate


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