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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | 14). But sacred doctrine ~essentially treats of God viewed as 2 1, 3 | whatever is primarily and essentially an agent must be ~primarily 3 1, 3 | agent must be ~primarily and essentially form. Now God is the first 4 1, 3 | belongs to Him ~primarily and essentially. But that which enters into 5 1, 3 | does not act primarily and essentially, but rather the composite ~ 6 1, 3 | posterior to fire that is essentially such. Now it has been proved 7 1, 6 | 3) Whether He alone is essentially good?~(4) Whether all things 8 1, 6 | Para. 1/1~Whether to be essentially good belongs to God alone?~ 9 1, 6 | OBJ 1: It seems that to be essentially good does not belong to 10 1, 6 | But every being is one essentially, as appears from ~the Philosopher ( 11 1, 6 | therefore every being is good essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[3] 12 1, 6 | But everything ~is a being essentially; therefore every being is 13 1, 6 | therefore every being is good essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[3] 14 1, 6 | anything which is not good essentially, it is necessary to say ~ 15 1, 6 | Therefore ~everything is good essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[3] 16 1, 6 | Therefore they are not good essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[3] 17 1, 6 | that, God alone is good essentially. For everything is called ~ 18 1, 6 | accidentally belongs to Him essentially; ~as, to be powerful, wise 19 1, 6 | He ~Himself alone is good essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[3] 20 1, 6 | therefore everything must be one essentially, but not good ~essentially, 21 1, 6 | essentially, but not good ~essentially, as was shown above.~Aquin.: 22 1, 6 | that a creature is good essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[3] 23 1, 6 | first something ~which is essentially being and essentially good, 24 1, 6 | is essentially being and essentially good, which we call God, 25 1, 6 | Hence from the first being, essentially such, and good, everything ~ 26 1, 7 | anything but God can be essentially infinite?~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 7 | else besides God can be essentially ~infinite. For the power 28 1, 8 | essence in anything, is in it essentially. But God is not essentially 29 1, 8 | essentially. But God is not essentially in ~things; for He does 30 1, 11 | OBJ 3: Further, what is essentially good is supremely good. 31 1, 11 | good. Therefore ~what is essentially "one" is supremely "one." 32 1, 11 | one." But every being is ~essentially "one," as the Philosopher 33 1, 13 | the cause only, but also essentially. For the ~words, "God is 34 1, 13 | only as cause, and not also essentially, for instance as "healthy" ~ 35 1, 14 | from things known does ~not essentially belong to speculative knowledge, 36 1, 16 | to an ~intellect either essentially or accidentally. It is related 37 1, 16 | accidentally. It is related essentially ~to an intellect on which 38 1, 16 | that a house is related essentially to the intellect of the 39 1, 16 | accidentally, but by ~what is in it essentially. Hence, everything is said 40 1, 17 | the intellect is concerned essentially only with ~the composition 41 1, 19 | will is God's own existence essentially, yet ~they differ in aspect, 42 1, 19 | any order is that which is essentially so, ~thus in the order of 43 1, 19 | that which belongs to it ~essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 44 1, 20 | objects: and since good is ~essentially and especially the object 45 1, 26 | intellect?~(3) Whether He is essentially the beatitude of each of 46 1, 26 | that beatitude pertains essentially to Him under the aspect 47 1, 28 | that the divine essence is essentially itself ~a relation to something 48 1, 29 | those ~things in which it is essentially, and not accidentally," 49 1, 33 | personally before it is said ~essentially?~(4) Whether it belongs 50 1, 33 | concept as, ~paternity taken essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 51 1, 34 | to be taken as said not ~essentially, but personally.~Aquin.: 52 1, 34 | said personally, and ~not essentially, so likewise is to "speak." 53 1, 34 | understand is said of God essentially, ~as stated above (Q[14], 54 1, 34 | creatures, is said ~of God essentially. But Word is not said essentially, 55 1, 34 | essentially. But Word is not said essentially, but personally. ~Therefore 56 1, 35 | Therefore ~Image is said of God essentially, and not personally.~Aquin.: 57 1, 35 | or form is said of God ~essentially. Therefore so also is Image.~ 58 1, 35 | whereas this ~does not essentially belong to love, although 59 1, 37 | Love in God can be taken essentially and ~personally. If taken 60 1, 37 | notional term; because He loves essentially as ~love proceeding; but 61 1, 37 | love" is to be taken either essentially or ~notionally. But it cannot 62 1, 37 | cannot be true if taken essentially, because in the ~same way 63 1, 37 | love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~and notionally, when it 64 1, 37 | notionally, when it is taken essentially, it means that the Father ~ 65 1, 37 | intelligent is taken only essentially in God; ~therefore we cannot 66 1, 37 | to love is taken not only essentially, but also in a notional ~ 67 1, 38 | and in that sense gift is ~essentially distinct from the giver; 68 1, 40 | definition; for a relation is essentially what is towards ~another. 69 1, 40 | distinguishing relation ~belongs essentially to both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 70 1, 41 | God, either personally or ~essentially, we may ascribe power to 71 1, 41 | distinct from God, either essentially or personally. Wherefore, ~ 72 1, 42 | relatively opposed, but not ~essentially; while, as above explained, 73 1, 44 | that to which it belongs essentially, as iron becomes ~ignited 74 1, 44 | simplicity that God is the essentially self-subsisting ~Being; 75 1, 49 | evil among us are evil not essentially, but by ~participation. 76 1, 49 | first principle of good is essentially good, ~as was shown above ( 77 1, 49 | 4). But nothing can be essentially bad. ~For it was shown above 78 1, 55 | lower orders of beings are ~essentially in the higher, while the 79 1, 58 | the evening knowledge are essentially one ~and the same, and only 80 1, 61 | is caused by what ~exists essentially; as everything ignited is 81 1, 65 | not be, if bodies were essentially evil and harmful.~Aquin.: 82 1, 65 | spiritual substances are forms ~essentially, whereas corporeal creatures 83 1, 66 | whereas matter, as such, is essentially being in potentiality. Hence 84 1, 75 | immovable, and not moved ~either essentially, or accidentally; and such 85 1, 75 | which, ~though not moved essentially, is moved accidentally; 86 1, 75 | another mover, which is moved essentially - namely, the ~body. And 87 1, 76 | which is predicated of him essentially. We must therefore say either 88 1, 76 | body, ~although the soul is essentially the form of the body.~Aquin.: 89 1, 76 | are in man other souls ~essentially different from one another?~ 90 1, 76 | are in man ~other souls essentially different from one another, 91 1, 76 | intellectual soul is not essentially the same as the ~sensitive 92 1, 76 | soul's ~operations were essentially different, and distributed 93 1, 76 | quite impossible for several essentially different souls to ~be in 94 1, 76 | something white ~is sweet), or essentially, in the second manner of 95 1, 76 | animal" ~is predicated of man essentially and not accidentally; and 96 1, 76 | so that animal can be ~essentially predicated of man.~Aquin.: 97 1, 76 | principle of action were essentially one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 98 1, 76 | perfection. For although it is essentially the same ~form which gives 99 1, 76 | actual since it is ~itself essentially an act; nor does it give 100 1, 76 | attributed to the soul, either essentially or ~accidentally. But the 101 1, 76 | perfection, properly and essentially belongs to forms: and likewise 102 1, 76 | quantitative totality, neither ~essentially, nor accidentally, as we 103 1, 76 | is compared primarily and essentially, as to ~its proper and proportionate 104 1, 77 | which is the same thing, essentially": and ~(De Trin. x, 11), 105 1, 77 | loved, are substantially or essentially in the soul, for the very ~ 106 1, 37 | Love in God can be taken essentially and ~personally. If taken 107 1, 37 | notional term; because He loves essentially as ~love proceeding; but 108 1, 37 | love" is to be taken either essentially or ~notionally. But it cannot 109 1, 37 | cannot be true if taken essentially, because in the ~same way 110 1, 37 | love" is taken in two ways, essentially ~and notionally, when it 111 1, 37 | notionally, when it is taken essentially, it means that the Father ~ 112 1, 37 | intelligent is taken only essentially in God; ~therefore we cannot 113 1, 37 | to love is taken not only essentially, but also in a notional ~ 114 1, 38 | and in that sense gift is ~essentially distinct from the giver; 115 1, 40 | definition; for a relation is essentially what is towards ~another. 116 1, 40 | distinguishing relation ~belongs essentially to both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 117 1, 41 | God, either personally or ~essentially, we may ascribe power to 118 1, 41 | distinct from God, either essentially or personally. Wherefore, ~ 119 1, 42 | relatively opposed, but not ~essentially; while, as above explained, 120 1, 45 | that to which it belongs essentially, as iron becomes ~ignited 121 1, 45 | simplicity that God is the essentially self-subsisting ~Being; 122 1, 50 | evil among us are evil not essentially, but by ~participation. 123 1, 50 | first principle of good is essentially good, ~as was shown above ( 124 1, 50 | 4). But nothing can be essentially bad. ~For it was shown above 125 1, 56 | lower orders of beings are ~essentially in the higher, while the 126 1, 59 | the evening knowledge are essentially one ~and the same, and only 127 1, 62 | is caused by what ~exists essentially; as everything ignited is 128 1, 66 | not be, if bodies were essentially evil and harmful.~Aquin.: 129 1, 66 | spiritual substances are forms ~essentially, whereas corporeal creatures 130 1, 67 | whereas matter, as such, is essentially being in potentiality. Hence 131 1, 74 | immovable, and not moved ~either essentially, or accidentally; and such 132 1, 74 | which, ~though not moved essentially, is moved accidentally; 133 1, 74 | another mover, which is moved essentially - namely, the ~body. And 134 1, 75 | which is predicated of him essentially. We must therefore say either 135 1, 75 | body, ~although the soul is essentially the form of the body.~Aquin.: 136 1, 75 | are in man other souls ~essentially different from one another?~ 137 1, 75 | are in man ~other souls essentially different from one another, 138 1, 75 | intellectual soul is not essentially the same as the ~sensitive 139 1, 75 | soul's ~operations were essentially different, and distributed 140 1, 75 | quite impossible for several essentially different souls to ~be in 141 1, 75 | something white ~is sweet), or essentially, in the second manner of 142 1, 75 | animal" ~is predicated of man essentially and not accidentally; and 143 1, 75 | so that animal can be ~essentially predicated of man.~Aquin.: 144 1, 75 | principle of action were essentially one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 145 1, 75 | perfection. For although it is essentially the same ~form which gives 146 1, 75 | actual since it is ~itself essentially an act; nor does it give 147 1, 75 | attributed to the soul, either essentially or ~accidentally. But the 148 1, 75 | perfection, properly and essentially belongs to forms: and likewise 149 1, 75 | quantitative totality, neither ~essentially, nor accidentally, as we 150 1, 75 | is compared primarily and essentially, as to ~its proper and proportionate 151 1, 76 | which is the same thing, essentially": and ~(De Trin. x, 11), 152 1, 76 | loved, are substantially or essentially in the soul, for the very ~ 153 1, 78 | pre-existence of something essentially such, ~immovable and perfect. 154 1, 83 | since they differ from ~them essentially: so that granted that we 155 1, 83 | caused by what is such essentially; for instance, that which 156 1, 86 | of two things belonging essentially to the order of the ~objects 157 1, 92 | of God; not that he is ~essentially an image; but that the image 158 1, 102 | world is that which is ~essentially good, which is the greatest 159 1, 103 | of its own form, which is essentially the same as the form of 160 1, 103 | has existence, and a being essentially as such is a ~cause of something 161 1, 109 | angels, for an instrument is essentially a mover moved. Now in ~effects 162 1, 114 | something to be in act, is essentially proper to an act as such; ~ 163 1, 114 | heavenly bodies neither essentially nor accidentally, ~neither 164 1, 115 | being the cause of fate. But essentially fate is the very ~disposition 165 1, 117 | and thus it must needs be essentially distinct from ~the pre-existing 166 2, 1 | to infinity. For good is essentially diffusive, as Dionysius ~ 167 2, 1 | ordained to one another not essentially but accidentally; for ~accidental 168 2, 3 | in God there is happiness essentially; since His very Being is 169 2, 3 | happiness in three ways: (1) ~essentially, (2) antecedently, (3) consequently. 170 2, 3 | cannot belong to happiness essentially. For man's happiness ~consists 171 2, 3 | man's happiness ~consists essentially in his being united to the 172 2, 3 | happiness cannot consist essentially in the ~consideration of 173 2, 4 | For Happiness consists essentially in an operation of the ~ 174 2, 6 | what is done out of fear is essentially ~voluntary, because its 175 2, 13 | that an act ~belonging essentially to some power or habit, 176 2, 16 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: What is essentially relative is after the absolute; 177 2, 17 | Para. 2/2~Now, command is essentially indeed an act of the reason: 178 2, 17 | of that power, which is essentially rational, is not commanded.~ 179 2, 18 | and to know sound, differ ~essentially in reference to sense, but 180 2, 18 | 12), divide that genus ~essentially: and if they divide it accidentally, 181 2, 19 | act of which is divided essentially by ~the difference of truth 182 2, 19 | this Good is primarily and essentially compared to the Divine will, ~ 183 2, 24 | passions of the appetite, but ~essentially.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[24] A[ 184 2, 25 | towards good as such, which is essentially attractive, so that ~hope 185 2, 25 | movement of the appetite is essentially and directly ~towards the 186 2, 26 | desire and sadness, ~not essentially but causally.~Aquin.: SMT 187 2, 28 | could not be between things essentially distinct. On the other ~ 188 2, 28 | is also a union which is essentially love itself. This union ~ 189 2, 30 | for covetousness is not essentially love, but an effect of ~ 190 2, 31 | fact of being a man is not essentially something successive; since 191 2, 35 | pleasure, ~or vice versa, not essentially but accidentally: that is, 192 2, 49 | a thing, belongs ~to it essentially. But to be a principle of 193 2, 49 | an act belongs to power essentially. Now that which is ~essential 194 2, 50 | is said of them, is said essentially. Whence Maximus, ~after 195 2, 52 | the fact that the form is essentially ~indivisible: wherefore 196 2, 52 | subject: nor again do they essentially imply indivisibility.~Aquin.: 197 2, 55 | objection takes virtue as being ~essentially the limit of power.~Aquin.: 198 2, 56 | reason. But moral ~virtue is essentially in the appetite.~Aquin.: 199 2, 57 | one which resides in the ~essentially rational faculty. Now even 200 2, 58 | this applies to prudence essentially; but to other ~virtues, 201 2, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: Prudence is essentially an intellectual virtue. 202 2, 60 | because it is rational, not essentially, but by participation ~( 203 2, 61 | Further, that which is essentially so is principal in comparison ~ 204 2, 61 | belong to that which is essentially rational: whereas the moral 205 2, 61 | inasmuch as discretion ~belongs essentially to reason; whereas the other 206 2, 62 | thing in two ~ways. First, essentially: and thus these theological 207 2, 62 | other virtue is charity essentially: but that ~all other virtues 208 2, 66 | intellectual virtue is in the ~essentially rational part, as stated 209 2, 70 | OBJ 3: Further, fruit is essentially something ultimate and delightful. ~ 210 2, 72 | these two, one is referred ~essentially to the sinner, who intends 211 2, 75 | De Anima ii.]. But sin is essentially ~something imperfect. Therefore 212 2, 76 | ignorance is ~directly and essentially voluntary, as when a man 213 2, 77 | answer that, Sin consists essentially in an act of the free will, ~ 214 2, 81 | notion of guilt, which is ~essentially something voluntary. Wherefore 215 2, 85 | the privation of ~which is essentially sin. Hence it is clear both 216 2, 87 | guilt. Whereas punishment is essentially ~something against the will, 217 2, 87 | objection considers sin essentially as such: and the ~same answer 218 2, 87 | nature, ~nevertheless it is essentially related to the disturbance 219 2, 90 | may be ~called a law, not essentially but by participation as 220 2, 94 | ways. First, ~properly and essentially: and thus the natural law 221 2, 94 | be a habit properly and essentially. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 222 2, 4 | done away, because it is essentially "of the things that ~appear 223 2, 17 | in a thing in two ways, essentially ~and by participation. It 224 2, 17 | participation. It is found essentially in the cognitive power; 225 2, 18 | it here, does not differ essentially from ~filial fear.~Aquin.: 226 2, 22 | every virtue, not ~as being essentially every virtue, but because 227 2, 23 | charity cannot increase ~essentially, unless it happen to be 228 2, 23 | Furthermore, charity is essentially a virtue ordained to act, 229 2, 23 | Hence charity increases essentially, not by beginning anew, ~ 230 2, 25 | happiness, which consists ~essentially in God, as the First Principle, 231 2, 25 | with God, for ~God has it essentially, and our neighbor by participation.~ 232 2, 26 | for Himself, since He is essentially truth and goodness itself, ~ 233 2, 26 | is found in the measure essentially, because a measure ~is of 234 2, 26 | measure which ~has the mode essentially, takes precedence of the 235 2, 32 | OBJ 2: Love and hatred are essentially different, for the object ~ 236 2, 33 | good, which ~sorrow belongs essentially to sloth; since sloth seeks 237 2, 37 | one that is directly and essentially ~opposed to unity. For in 238 2, 37 | to which each is opposed essentially and directly. For heresy 239 2, 37 | directly. For heresy is ~essentially opposed to faith, while 240 2, 37 | to faith, while schism is essentially opposed to the ~unity of 241 2, 44 | understood, not ~causally but essentially, because, to wit, worldly 242 2, 45 | to be love, not indeed essentially, but in so far as love moves 243 2, 45 | neither specifically nor essentially.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 244 2, 47 | a power does not differ essentially from the ~intelligence, 245 2, 49 | OBJ 2: Although virtue is essentially a perfection, it does not ~ 246 2, 51 | general on two ~counts: first, essentially, because it is predicated 247 2, 56 | a general virtue, it is essentially the same as every ~virtue?~( 248 2, 56 | the same as rectitude, not essentially but ~causally; for it is 249 2, 56 | Therefore justice is not essentially towards another.~Aquin.: 250 2, 56 | implies equality, it denotes essentially relation to another, for 251 2, 56 | as a general virtue, is essentially the same as all ~virtue?~ 252 2, 56 | as a general virtue, is essentially ~the same as all virtue. 253 2, 56 | logically do not differ essentially. Therefore justice is essentially 254 2, 56 | essentially. Therefore justice is essentially the ~same as every virtue.~ 255 2, 56 | every virtue that is not essentially the same as all ~virtue 256 2, 56 | the aforesaid justice is essentially the same as all virtue.~ 257 2, 56 | habit of ~temperance remains essentially the same even though its 258 2, 56 | seems that legal justice is essentially all virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 259 2, 56 | that general justice is essentially the same as all virtue.~ 260 2, 56 | is general must needs be ~essentially the same as the things in 261 2, 56 | which is "general" to be essentially the same as those things 262 2, 56 | cause and effect are not ~essentially the same. Now it is in the 263 2, 56 | justice, which though special essentially is nevertheless virtually ~ 264 2, 56 | this way, legal justice is essentially the same as ~all virtue, 265 2, 56 | must be one supreme virtue essentially distinct from ~every other 266 2, 56 | legal justice is not essentially ~the same as every virtue, 267 2, 56 | true that justice belongs essentially to one part of ~the soul, 268 2, 56 | external operations are essentially the matter of justice rather 269 2, 57 | legal justice: and this is essentially a special ~vice, in so far 270 2, 57 | wherefore ~man does properly and essentially what he does voluntarily, 271 2, 70 | then ~railing or reviling essentially denotes a dishonoring, if 272 2, 70 | man, this is properly and ~essentially to give utterance to railing 273 2, 70 | reviling not formally and essentially, but accidentally and ~materially, 274 2, 79 | and ~belong to religion essentially, while its external acts 275 2, 79 | differs from religion not essentially but ~only logically. For 276 2, 86 | greater good: ~and this is essentially contrary to that which is 277 2, 86 | consider whether continency is essentially bound up ~with the purpose 278 2, 86 | but not if continency is essentially bound up with that for ~ 279 2, 86 | connected with Holy orders, not essentially but by the institution of ~ 280 2, 87 | desirable as being good ~essentially.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 281 2, 87 | desirable as something good essentially. Therefore ~swearing is 282 2, 87 | God's truth. Now faith is ~essentially and chiefly about God Who 283 2, 87 | to, either ~because it is essentially evil, or because it is a 284 2, 95 | Reply OBJ 3: It belongs essentially to the divine excellence 285 2, 98 | can be set, and which is essentially incompatible with a ~non-gratuitous 286 2, 99 | ways: that is to ~say, both essentially, and accidentally. We owe 287 2, 99 | accidentally. We owe them essentially that ~which is due to a 288 2, 99 | from a principle, it is essentially ~fitting for a father to 289 2, 103 | disobedience, properly and essentially, but only when one contemns 290 2, 103 | because since God's will is essentially directed to the ~good, the 291 2, 106 | Therefore vengeance is not ~essentially evil and unlawful.~Aquin.: 292 2, 107 | object, ~because the true essentially denotes a kind of equality, 293 2, 108 | act, it contains falseness essentially and truth accidentally, 294 2, 108 | what is in it formally and ~essentially rather than according to 295 2, 112 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 6), "is essentially desirous of sharing ~pleasures, 296 2, 118 | the whole is predicated essentially, and it is less than the 297 2, 121 | of reason, ~has the good essentially: while justice effects this 298 2, 121 | reason. Now to be a thing ~essentially ranks before effecting it, 299 2, 121 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Virtue essentially regards the good rather 300 2, 122 | And martyrdom consists ~essentially in standing firmly to truth 301 2, 126 | magnificence and confidence do not essentially imply any relation to ~danger. 302 2, 127 | 1~Whether magnanimity is essentially about great honors?~Aquin.: 303 2, 127 | that magnanimity is not essentially about great honors. ~For 304 2, 127 | it. Now that which is so ~essentially is always of more account 305 2, 128 | then presumption consists essentially in tending to what ~is above 306 2, 139 | pleasure of touch, that results essentially from the use of these ~necessary 307 2, 139 | food and the pleasure that essentially results ~therefrom pertain 308 2, 139 | pleasure of touch results essentially from the use of ~food and 309 2, 143 | virtue itself, which ~is essentially honest, is referred to something 310 2, 149 | venereal pleasures, are essentially directed ~to the preservation 311 2, 151 | sin. Now lust consists ~essentially in exceeding the order and 312 2, 152 | accidental to lust, for this essentially regards the ~pleasure of 313 2, 152 | OBJ 3: There is something essentially unbecoming and contrary 314 2, 159 | Nevertheless humility is ~essentially in the appetite itself; 315 2, 159 | from this that humility is essentially ~concerned with knowledge.~ 316 2, 159 | above (A[2]) humility has essentially to do ~with the appetite, 317 2, 160 | things: while it consists ~essentially in the contempt of God, 318 2, 160 | covets inordinately, is ~not essentially most incompatible with the 319 2, 160 | of sin, belongs to pride essentially, and ~to other sins, consequently. 320 2, 165 | extremes in things which are essentially good. Now ~intellective 321 2, 165 | intellective knowledge is essentially good: because man's perfection ~ 322 2, 168 | Those precepts which are essentially an inducement to the ~observance 323 2, 178 | contemplative life in two ways, ~essentially or dispositively. The moral 324 2, 178 | the ~contemplative life essentially, because the end of the 325 2, 178 | the contemplative ~life essentially consists, is hindered both 326 2, 178 | the moral virtues belong ~essentially to the contemplative life.~ 327 2, 178 | intellect, wherein contemplation essentially consists, is called a ~movement, 328 2, 178 | contemplative life consists essentially in things pertaining to 329 2, 179 | the moral virtues belong essentially to the active ~life; for 330 2, 182 | Whom good is wholly and essentially.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 331 2, 182 | in one way, primarily and essentially; in another, secondarily 332 2, 182 | accidentally. Primarily and essentially the perfection of the Christian ~ 333 2, 182 | that perfection consists essentially ~in the observance of the 334 2, 183 | Christian life does not essentially consist in voluntary poverty, 335 2, 184 | perfection in three ways. First, ~essentially, and thus, as stated above ( 336 2, 184 | regular life which consists ~essentially in the three aforesaid things. 337 2, 186 | perfection consists, essentially, not in poverty, but in 338 2, 187 | the members of which are ~essentially religious clerics. On the 339 2, 187 | monastic religious are ~not essentially clerics, according to the 340 3, 2 | motion in that in which it is essentially and not ~accidentally." 341 3, 2 | of a man." Now it belongs essentially to the human ~species that 342 3, 4 | nature. But what belongs essentially to a nature belongs to all 343 3, 7 | soul of Christ. is not ~essentially Divine. Hence it behooves 344 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 2: It pertains essentially to operating grace to justify; 345 3, 8 | Christ is justified, is essentially the same ~as His grace, 346 3, 9 | imperfect vision of faith is essentially opposed to ~manifest vision, 347 3, 10 | knowledge primarily and essentially regards being in act, ~and 348 3, 11 | consequently choice, which essentially includes such counsel; but 349 3, 16 | accidentally, but [both] essentially. Hence this proposition 350 3, 16 | of God accidentally, but essentially, as being predicated ~of 351 3, 16 | and "Lord" are predicated essentially of the Son of God; and hence ~ 352 3, 16 | the word God is predicated essentially; thus we say that "the ~ 353 3, 16 | not, indeed, as it belongs essentially to the Divine ~Nature, but 354 3, 16 | Son of God, ~to Whom it essentially belongs to be God, it is 355 3, 18 | argument is based on the will, essentially so called, ~which is only 356 3, 18 | there is but one human will, essentially ~so called and not by participation; 357 3, 18 | inquiry ~belong to choice not essentially, but only when it is in 358 3, 20 | things can be predicated ~essentially and absolutely of Christ 359 3, 23 | participate in what it has essentially. Therefore Christ, Who ~ 360 3, 27 | sanctification, the ~fomes remained essentially, but was fettered; and that, 361 3, 58 | things belong to the Son essentially, just as to the Father; ~ 362 3, 60 | to a thing primarily and essentially: and not ~from that which 363 3, 63 | in this that a character essentially consists. Therefore it need 364 3, 63 | But a character consists essentially in ~some. thing that seals. 365 3, 65 | 5]~). Now that which is essentially such is always of more account 366 3, 77 | OBJ 1: Since it belongs essentially to corruption to take away 367 3, 80 | two ways: first of all ~essentially, secondly accidentally. 368 3, 80 | secondly accidentally. Essentially, in regard to its ~species, 369 Suppl, 1 | passion. This does not belong essentially to ~contrition as an act 370 Suppl, 1 | Accordingly, contrition is ~essentially a kind of sorrow, and is 371 Suppl, 1 | its origin from the ~form essentially, as an act takes its origin 372 Suppl, 2 | virtue through sin is not ~essentially the same as contrition, 373 Suppl, 2 | principal act, viz. contrition, essentially ~regards past sins alone; 374 Suppl, 2 | indirectly, although it is not ~essentially moved towards those future 375 Suppl, 5 | does not, of itself, belong essentially to contrition, but is ~connected 376 Suppl, 17| head, it seems that it is essentially the same power ~whereby 377 Suppl, 17| keys are one and the same essentially, but differ logically.~Aquin.: 378 Suppl, 34| inward character itself is essentially ~and principally the sacrament 379 Suppl, 42| however, a sacrament is essentially a ~sign and a remedy, it 380 Suppl, 48| 1],2), marriage ~is not essentially the carnal union itself, 381 Suppl, 69| place accidentally and not essentially: and ~consequently, nothing 382 Suppl, 70| that which is in a ~thing essentially cannot be separated from 383 Suppl, 71| be wayfarers, since glory essentially and radically ~resides in 384 Suppl, 76| is not united to the body essentially as form to ~matter, but 385 Suppl, 77| signate matter that belongs essentially and primarily ~to the truth 386 Suppl, 80| quantity, to which a place is essentially befitting. ~For this forms 387 Suppl, 81| place to another, it is not essentially transferred from place to ~ 388 Suppl, 81| neither place is it contained essentially, but it is ~directed to 389 Suppl, 87| Therefore since God ~is essentially His own goodness, it is 390 Suppl, 87| by participation and not essentially, ~such as all creatures 391 Suppl, 88| not to have been lessened essentially through man ~sinning, it 392 Suppl, 94| and the corruptible differ essentially, ~since they agree not even 393 Suppl, 96| accidentally, ~it relates essentially to the soul infected with


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