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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | Commentator shows (Metaph. x). ~Therefore God is in the 2 1, 3 | the Philosopher (Metaph. x), "things which are diverse 3 1, 5 | the ~Philosopher (Metaph. x); for as a unit added to, 4 1, 10 | Dionysius (Coel. ~Hier. x) seems to have thought so, 5 1, 11 | as is clear from Metaph. x. But the "one" which convertible 6 1, 14 | Philosopher says (Metaph. x). But what is posterior 7 1, 21 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 8), it would be absurd 8 1, 32 | Augustine proceeds (De Trin. x, ~4; x, 11,12) to prove 9 1, 32 | proceeds (De Trin. x, ~4; x, 11,12) to prove the trinity 10 1, 36 | sense (Hampole, Psalter x, 7), ~"The Gost of Storms" [ 11 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. ~x, 11). So "use," whereby 12 1, 42 | the Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~ 13 1, 45 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ~iv, x). In this way even in heaven 14 1, 46 | meaning thus (De Civ. Dei x, 31): for as, if ~the foot 15 1, 48 | Philosopher says (Praedic. x) that "good and ~evil are 16 1, 48 | Philosopher shows (Praedic. x) by the fact that between 17 1, 50 | Dionysius says (Hier. Ang. x). Therefore the ~angels 18 1, 51 | Further, Gregory (Hom. x in Ev.) calls an angel a 19 1, 54 | Augustine says (De Trin. x), "Memory and understanding 20 1, 54 | according as Augustine (De Trin. x) ~puts it in the mind; although 21 1, 59 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11,12) that the image of ~ 22 1, 60 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1,2). But there ~is natural 23 1, 62 | Hence Aristotle (Ethic. x) says that man's ultimate 24 1, 63 | by Augustine (De Civ. Dei x, 11): "There is a class 25 1, 63 | quotes (De Civ. Dei vii, 6,7; x, 9,10,11). ~For they said 26 1, 66 | potentiality, as is said in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, 27 1, 66 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei x, 9,27) says that Porphyry 28 1, 67 | contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT FP 29 1, 75 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 7): "Who understands that ~ 30 1, 75 | as is written ~Metaph. x (Did. ix, 4). The same would 31 1, 76 | Aristotle concludes (Ethic. x, 7) that the ~ultimate happiness 32 1, 76 | the Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). But the ~ 33 1, 76 | animalium (De mot. animal. x).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 34 1, 76 | animalium (De mot. ~animal. x): "It is not necessary for 35 1, 77 | essentially": and ~(De Trin. x, 11), that "memory, understanding, 36 1, 77 | way as Augustine (De Trin. x, 11; xiv, 7) places memory 37 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. ~x, 11). So "use," whereby 38 1, 42 | the Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~ 39 1, 46 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ~iv, x). In this way even in heaven 40 1, 47 | meaning thus (De Civ. Dei x, 31): for as, if ~the foot 41 1, 49 | Philosopher says (Praedic. x) that "good and ~evil are 42 1, 49 | Philosopher shows (Praedic. x) by the fact that between 43 1, 51 | Dionysius says (Hier. Ang. x). Therefore the ~angels 44 1, 52 | Further, Gregory (Hom. x in Ev.) calls an angel a 45 1, 55 | Augustine says (De Trin. x), "Memory and understanding 46 1, 55 | according as Augustine (De Trin. x) ~puts it in the mind; although 47 1, 60 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11,12) that the image of ~ 48 1, 61 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1,2). But there ~is natural 49 1, 63 | Hence Aristotle (Ethic. x) says that man's ultimate 50 1, 64 | by Augustine (De Civ. Dei x, 11): "There is a class 51 1, 64 | quotes (De Civ. Dei vii, 6,7; x, 9,10,11). ~For they said 52 1, 67 | potentiality, as is said in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, 53 1, 67 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei x, 9,27) says that Porphyry 54 1, 68 | contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT FP 55 1, 74 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 7): "Who understands that ~ 56 1, 74 | as is written ~Metaph. x (Did. ix, 4). The same would 57 1, 75 | Aristotle concludes (Ethic. x, 7) that the ~ultimate happiness 58 1, 75 | the Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). But the ~ 59 1, 75 | animalium (De mot. animal. x).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 60 1, 75 | animalium (De mot. ~animal. x): "It is not necessary for 61 1, 76 | essentially": and ~(De Trin. x, 11), that "memory, understanding, 62 1, 76 | way as Augustine (De Trin. x, 11; xiv, 7) places memory 63 1, 78 | for ~Augustine (De Trin. x, 11) places the intelligence 64 1, 78 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11) that "memory, ~understanding, 65 1, 78 | For Augustine (De Trin. x, 11) assigns to the soul 66 1, 78 | according to Augustine (De Trin. x, 11; xi, 7), memory, ~understanding, 67 1, 83 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 5) that the soul "collects ~ 68 1, 84 | one," as is said Metaph. x, Did. ix, 6. ~Therefore 69 1, 84 | indivisible," as stated in Metaph. x, Did. ~ix, 1. And the reason 70 1, 86 | Augustine says (De ~Trin. x, 9), concerning such mental 71 1, 86 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11), "I understand that 72 1, 86 | OBJ 3: Augustine (Confess. x, 17) says of the soul's 73 1, 86 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11), "I understand that 74 1, 91 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x): "A body cannot increase 75 1, 92 | Further, Augustine (De Trin. x, 11) assigns the image of 76 1, 92 | subsequently proves - De Trin. x, 3,4); therefore, as though 77 1, 94 | says (De Correp. et Grat. x) that "God so ~ordered the 78 1, 96 | Philosopher says (Metaph. x, Did. ix, 10). But there 79 1, 99 | Anselm says (De Concep. Virg. x): "As long as man did ~not 80 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. x) that in ~one and the same 81 1, 108 | Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, ~4; x, 5) that "the virtuous man 82 1, 112 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. x), it seems that ~different 83 1, 112 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. x) in each order ~there are 84 1, 114 | by Augustine (De Civ. Dei x, 11). Much more ~therefore 85 1, 114 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei x, 11) relates as having been 86 1, 115 | for the Epiphany (Hom. x in Evang.): "Far be it from 87 1, 116 | As Augustine (De Civ. Dei x, 11) and Chrysostom (Hom. ~ 88 1, 118 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x, 20) that we were in Adam ~" 89 2, 2 | wishing to be pleased" (Ethic. x, 2). Therefore happiness 90 2, 3 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 23) that happiness is ~" 91 2, 3 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1). Consequently we first 92 2, 3 | according to Ethic. ix, 8, and x, 7, ~therefore such an operation 93 2, 3 | passions, as stated ~in Ethic. x, 7,8.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] 94 2, 4 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 23) that happiness is " 95 2, 4 | it, as stated in ~Ethic. x, 4: since what we do with 96 2, 4 | perfection of operation" (Ethic. x, 4). But perfection ~ranks 97 2, 4 | discusses this question (Ethic. x, 4), ~and leaves it unsolved. 98 2, 4 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4) "delight perfects ~operation 99 2, 4 | body ~as stated in Ethic. x, 8.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] 100 2, 7 | that, as stated in ~Metaph. x, 4, "the notion of distance 101 2, 11 | Christ. i, 4; and De Trin. x, ~10,11): "To enjoy is to 102 2, 11 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 10). ~Therefore a man enjoys 103 2, 11 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11): "A man does not enjoy ~ 104 2, 11 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 10) that "we enjoy what 105 2, 11 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1) that "to enjoy is to 106 2, 15 | man in his prime] (Ethic. x, 4). But consent to delight ~ 107 2, 16 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11): "To use is to apply 108 2, 16 | Augustine says (De Trin. ~x, 10): "We use things by 109 2, 16 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 11): "Whoever enjoys, uses." 110 2, 16 | of the ~will" (De Trin. x, 11). But the last end, 111 2, 19 | contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. x): "It is an unruly will 112 2, 19 | thing measured" ~(Metaph. x, 1). But the eternal law 113 2, 23 | contrariety, as stated in ~Metaph. x, 8. Therefore passions of 114 2, 25 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 12), "we are ~more sensible 115 2, 27 | Augustine proves (De Trin. x, 1,2) that "none can love ~ 116 2, 27 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1,2). But to have it is 117 2, 27 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1): "When we have no hope 118 2, 29 | simultaneous" (Praedic. x). ~But love and hatred are 119 2, 29 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 12) that "love is felt 120 2, 29 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 23) that men "love truth 121 2, 31 | Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 12; x, 5). Therefore delight is 122 2, 31 | operation," as stated in Ethic. x, 4,5. But ~to be perfected 123 2, 31 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4) that "no one takes ~ 124 2, 31 | perception. For he ~says (Ethic. x, 4) that "delight is attendant 125 2, 31 | the Philosopher (Ethic. x, 2,4). But more seek sensible ~ 126 2, 31 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. x, 7) that "the greatest pleasure 127 2, 31 | as is proved in ~Metaph. x, 4. But sadness is contrary 128 2, 31 | form, as ~stated in Metaph. x, 4. Therefore there is no 129 2, 31 | another, as stated in Ethic. x, 5. Therefore some pleasures ~ 130 2, 32 | says (Ethic. vii, 12,13; x, 4) that ~"pleasure is a 131 2, 32 | stated in Ethic. vii, 14 and x, 4, it seems that ~doing 132 2, 32 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 7): since in the latter ~ 133 2, 32 | new," as stated in ~Ethic. x, 4, since more perfect operation 134 2, 33 | As is stated in Ethic. x, 5, "appropriate pleasures ~ 135 2, 33 | operation (Ethic. vii, 12; x, 4), i.e. either in its 136 2, 33 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. x, 4), "pleasure does not 137 2, 33 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4) that "pleasure ~perfects 138 2, 33 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ~x, 4) that "pleasure perfects 139 2, 33 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4) that "pleasure perfects ~ 140 2, 33 | sense it is said in Ethic. x, 5 that "pleasures ~increase 141 2, 34 | because, as stated in Ethic. x, 5 "the virtuous man is 142 2, 34 | that, As stated in Ethic. x, 2,[3] some have maintained 143 2, 34 | all the rest" (Metaph. x, 1). But pleasure is not 144 2, 34 | all ~movements (Metaph. x, 1). But pleasures are various 145 2, 34 | operations," as stated in Ethic. x, 5. Therefore ~pleasures 146 2, 35 | Philosopher says (Metaph. x, 4), contrariety is a ~difference 147 2, 35 | as is evident from Ethic. x, 5. ~Therefore every sorrow 148 2, 35 | that, As stated in Metaph. x, 4 contrariety is a difference 149 2, 35 | stated in Ethic. vii, 12,13; x, 4. But the work of ~contemplation 150 2, 35 | same (Topic. ~i, 13; Ethic. x, 3). This, however, is to 151 2, 35 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 12), "love is felt ~more 152 2, 36 | other, as stated ~in Metaph. x, 4: and consequently sorrow 153 2, 36 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 3) that "this opinion," 154 2, 37 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4) that "pleasure ~perfects 155 2, 37 | sorrow hinders it" (Ethic. ~x, 5).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] 156 2, 39 | operation," as stated in ~Ethic. x, 5. Therefore sorrow is 157 2, 40 | is one contrary" (Metaph. x, 5). But fear is contrary 158 2, 45 | another," as stated in Metaph. x, 4. Now that which is ~farthest 159 2, 48 | Augustine observes (De Trin. x, 12). Consequently when 160 2, 49 | Philosopher says (De Hist. Animal. x, 1), that man, or one of 161 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 2,3): "Health itself may 162 2, 59 | states ~(Ethic. vii, 13; x, 5). But a hindrance to 163 2, 61 | simultaneous" (Categor. x), so that one is not principal 164 2, 61 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. x, 8) that "it is absurd to 165 2, 61 | Philosopher declares in Ethic. x, 7, and as ~Scripture often 166 2, 64 | Philosopher explains (Metaph. x, text. 22,23). But there 167 2, 64 | intellect, as ~stated in Metaph. x, text. 5; because there 168 2, 67 | unworthy of the gods" ~(Ethic. x, 8)], as stated in Ethic. 169 2, 67 | 8)], as stated in Ethic. x, 8. Therefore neither in 170 2, 68 | Augustine states (De Civ. Dei x, 1). Therefore the gift 171 2, 70 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 10), "we enjoy ~[*'Fruimur', 172 2, 71 | contrary, as proved in Metaph. x, text. 17. Now sin and malice ~ 173 2, 72 | Phys. v, text. 4; Ethic. x, 4); yet even terms of movement ~ 174 2, 72 | Philosopher ~declares (Ethic. x, 4); and the same can apply 175 2, 72 | form," as stated in Metaph. x, text. 13,14. Now vices 176 2, 74 | states ~(De Duabus Anim. x, 10,11). Therefore it is 177 2, 74 | Augustine says (De Duabus Anim. x, 10) that "no one sins except 178 2, 74 | Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 3,5). ~Now the inward thought 179 2, 74 | action, as stated in Ethic. x, ~4, and again, that since 180 2, 75 | Augustine says (De Duabus Anim. x, 10,11; Retract. i, ~9) 181 2, 77 | states (De Hist. Animal. x, 1). Therefore weakness 182 2, 77 | s exposition ~(Confess. x); or to the concupiscence 183 2, 81 | Augustine states (Gen. ad lit. x, 18, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT 184 2, 81 | Augustine's (Gen. ad lit. x). Cf. Summa Theologica TP, 185 2, 82 | Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 7). ~Therefore original 186 2, 84 | as stated in Ethic. i, 7; x, 6,7,[8] and ~this "gluttony" 187 2, 85 | differ generically" ~(Metaph. x, text. 26). But man is of 188 2, 87 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. x, 9). Now sin does not bring 189 2, 90 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, ~9). But this coercive 190 2, 91 | versa, as stated in Metaph. x, text. 5. Therefore no law 191 2, 91 | certain, as stated in Metaph. ~x, text. 3. But the dictates 192 2, 96 | certain, as stated in ~Metaph. x. Since therefore in human 193 2, 96 | many; ~wherefore (Metaph. x, text. 4) the Philosopher 194 2, 96 | measures, as stated in Metaph. x, text. 3,4, since different ~ 195 2, 100 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ~x, 5).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 196 2, 100 | evil, as stated in Ethic. x, 9. Wherefore a threat of 197 2, 100 | punishment, as stated in Ethic. x, 9, because ~that properly 198 2, 105 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 9), the paternal ~authority 199 2, 107 | Opus Imp. in Matth., Hom. x [*The work of an unknown ~ 200 2, 109 | Augustine says (De Duab. Anim. x, ~xi; De Libero Arbit. iii, 201 2, 10 | Augustine (De Duabus ~Anim. x, xi). Now unbelief is a 202 2, 14 | Augustine ~says (Confess. x), "all love to know the 203 2, 14 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4,5) that we all do best 204 2, 22 | the moral virtues (Ethic. x, 7,8): ~whereas the love 205 2, 23 | speaking to God, says (Confess. x) "He loves ~Thee less, who 206 2, 23 | Augustine states (Confess. x). This makes us love God 207 2, 26 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1). Now ~we do not know 208 2, 32 | Augustine says (Confess. x) that God commands us to 209 2, 32 | Moreover, Chrysostom [*Hom. x in the Opus Imperfectum, 210 2, 32 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vii, x). ~Accordingly just as love 211 2, 33 | says (De Instit. Monast. x, [*De ~Institutione Caeobiorum]): " 212 2, 33 | says (De Instit. ~Monast. x) that "sloth arises from 213 2, 33 | says (De ~Instit. Monast. x): "Experience shows that 214 2, 33 | says (De Instit. Caenob. x, ~l) that "sloth is well 215 2, 33 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. x, 6). Now in the avoidance 216 2, 33 | Cassian (De Instit. Caenob. x, 1). But Gregory more fittingly ( 217 2, 37 | Council of Piacenza, cap. x; cf. Can. ~Ordinationes, 218 2, 38 | says (QQ. in Hept., qu. x, super Jos.): "A just war ~ 219 2, 38 | Augustine says (QQ. in Hept. qu. x super Jos): ~"Provided the 220 2, 39 | hence Isidore says (Etym. x) that the word "rixosus ~[ 221 2, 40 | according to Isidore (Etym. x), "a seditious man is one ~ 222 2, 43 | stated in De Causis, prop. x, xvii. Wherefore from ~the 223 2, 44 | Further, Isidore says (Etym. x, under the letter S) that " 224 2, 44 | according to ~Gregory (Moral. x, 49). Therefore folly is 225 2, 44 | wherefore Isidore says (Etym. x, under the letter of S): " 226 2, 44 | the same authority (Etym. x), in that folly implies ~ 227 2, 44 | as Isidore says (Etym. x) "is so named from sapor ~[ 228 2, 44 | According to Isidore (Etym. x), "unwisdom is contrary 229 2, 44 | Gregory declares (Moral. x, 49). Sometimes however 230 2, 44 | according to Gregory (Moral. x, 29) ~"the wisdom of this 231 2, 45 | As Isidore says (Etym. x): "A prudent man is one 232 2, 45 | wherefore Isidore says (Etym. x) that "a ~solicitous man 233 2, 45 | According to Isidore (Etym. x), a man is said to be ~solicitous 234 2, 45 | Philosopher remarks ~(Ethic. x, 7) "the life which is according 235 2, 47 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. x): "A solicitous man is one 236 2, 47 | according to Isidore (Etym. x), "a prudent man ~is one 237 2, 49 | man, as stated in Ethic. x. ~But {euboulia} (deliberating 238 2, 52 | Isidore observes (Etym. x) ~"a negligent man is one 239 2, 53 | to scorn," says (Moral. x, 29): "The wisdom of ~this 240 2, 56 | as Isidore says (Etym. ~x), "a man is said to be just 241 2, 56 | less, ~as stated in Metaph. x [*Didot ed., ix, 5; Cf. 242 2, 57 | declares (De Duabus Anim. x). ~Therefore injustice is 243 2, 63 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 9) that "a father's ~words 244 2, 64 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. x): "'Fur' [thief] is derived 245 2, 64 | wherefore Isidore ~says (Etym. x) that "he who commits a 246 2, 64 | Inst. II, i, 39: Cod. X, xv, De Thesauris]. ~Hence 247 2, 65 | Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 9), so too the ~sentence 248 2, 66 | Augustine declares (De Trin. x, 1). Therefore the ~accusation 249 2, 70 | wherefore, Isidore says (Etym. x) that a reviler [contumeliosus] " 250 2, 72 | backbiting. Isidore says (Etym. x): "The susurro [tale-bearer] 251 2, 77 | remoteness, according to Metaph. ~x [*Didot. ed. ix, 4]. Wherefore 252 2, 78 | For Isidore says (Etym. x) that a ~man is said to 253 2, 78 | wherefore Isidore ~says (Etym. x) that "a kind man is one 254 2, 79 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 1) that "since in ~speaking 255 2, 79 | Augustine states (De Civ. Dei x, 1). And we are ~bound to 256 2, 79 | as Isidore says (Etym. x), "according to Cicero, 257 2, 79 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei ~x, 3) it may also take its 258 2, 79 | Augustine ~states (De Civ. Dei x, 1).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] 259 2, 79 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 6): "Any action whereby 260 2, 79 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 5): "The visible sacrifice 261 2, 79 | according to Isidore (Etym. x). ~In either case the signification 262 2, 80 | Decii (Decad. I, viii, 9; x, 28). Hence devotion is 263 2, 81 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. x) that "to pray is to speak." 264 2, 82 | to Augustine (De Civ. Dei x, 3): whereas adoration ~ 265 2, 82 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 4): "Many tokens of ~Divine 266 2, 83 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 5,19) that sacrifices are ~ 267 2, 83 | Augustine states (De ~Civ. Dei x, 19). Moreover we find that 268 2, 83 | Augustine says ~(De Civ. Dei x, 19), "the demons rejoice, 269 2, 83 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 6): "A true sacrifice is 270 2, 84 | Damasus [*Damasus I] quoted X, qu. i ~[*Can. Hanc consuetudinem], 271 2, 89 | Augustine say (Confess. x, 33): "I am inclined to 272 2, 89 | Augustine says ~(Confess. x, 33): "When it befalls me 273 2, 89 | Augustine remarks ~(Confess. x, 33), "each affection of 274 2, 90 | Further, Isidore says (Etym. x): "Cicero [*De Natura Deorum 275 2, 92 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 19), ~"external sacrifices 276 2, 94 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 9): "Porphyry confesses 277 2, 94 | to Augustine (De Civ. Dei x, 11), that "by herbs, stones, ~ 278 2, 94 | Augustine adds (De Civ. Dei x, 11), "all these things ~ 279 2, 97 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. x) that "a man is said to 280 2, 99 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x) that piety denotes, ~properly 281 2, 99 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x), "the term piety is often ~ 282 2, 99 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x), "we are said to give homage ~ 283 2, 99 | to Augustine (De Civ. Dei x). ~Therefore piety is not 284 2, 100 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei x), we are said to worship 285 2, 101 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x), that "the homage due to ~ 286 2, 108 | Augustine says (Contra Mend. x): "Let no one doubt that ~ 287 2, 108 | Gen. xxvi; Contra Mend. x; Contra Faust. ~xxii). Wherefore 288 2, 108 | Augustine says ~(Contra Mend. x).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 289 2, 109 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. x): "'Hypocrite' is a Greek 290 2, 109 | As Isidore says (Etym. x), "the word hypocrite is 291 2, 109 | Philosopher (Metaph. text. 13, 24, x), ~"contrariety is opposition 292 2, 116 | according to Isidore (Etym. x), "the covetous [avarus] ~ 293 2, 121 | connatural habit" (Ethic. x, 4,6,8). Now the ~brave 294 2, 127 | Further, Isidore says (Etym. x) that a man "is said to 295 2, 132 | as stated in Metaph. ~x. Hence magnificence observes 296 2, 136 | As Isidore says (Etym. x) "a person is said to be ~ 297 2, 139 | for Isidore says (Etym. x): "An honest ~man is one 298 2, 143 | according to Isidore (Etym. x) "honesty means an ~honorable 299 2, 143 | As Isidore says (Etym. x) "honesty means an honorable ~ 300 2, 143 | Philosopher remarks (Ethic. x, 2). Therefore the honest 301 2, 144 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 11) addressing himself 302 2, 146 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 31): "Who ~is it, Lord, 303 2, 146 | according to Ethic. i, 8; x, 3,7,8. Therefore the vice 304 2, 148 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 31): "Drunkenness is far 305 2, 150 | Philosopher shows (Ethic. x, 7), and as our Lord declared ( 306 2, 151 | As Isidore says (Etym. x), "a lustful man is one 307 2, 154 | Augustine [*De Duab. Anim. x, xi] sin is ~chiefly an 308 2, 157 | Further, Isidore says (Etym. x) that "severity is as it 309 2, 159 | Isidore observes (Etym. x), "a humble man is so called ~ 310 2, 160 | wherefore Isidore says (Etym. x): "A man is ~said to be 311 2, 160 | Grad. Humil. et Superb. x, seqq.] also reckons twelve 312 2, 164 | latter, Isidore says (Etym. x) that "a studious man is ~ 313 2, 165 | Philosopher states ~(Ethic. x, 7,8). Hence there may be 314 2, 165 | Augustine says (Confess. ~x, 35), "I go no more to see 315 2, 165 | to Augustine ~(Confess. x, 35) "it is called concupiscence 316 2, 166 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 6) that "playful actions ~ 317 2, 166 | operation, as stated in Ethic. x, ~6, it follows that "lack 318 2, 178 | wherefore he declares (Ethic. x, ~8) that the moral virtues 319 2, 178 | the Philosopher (Ethic. x, 7) ~places man's ultimate 320 2, 178 | operation, as stated ~in Ethic. x, 4. Now the contemplation 321 2, 178 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 40), ~"Thou admittest me 322 2, 178 | the Philosopher ~(Ethic. x, 7), "is better than the 323 2, 178 | Philosopher observes (Ethic. x, 7).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 324 2, 178 | something divine" ~(Ethic. x, 7), namely the intellect, 325 2, 179 | the Philosopher (Ethic. x, 8) subordinates the ~moral 326 2, 179 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 8) that prudence ~pertains 327 2, 180 | by eight ~reasons (Ethic. x, 7,8). The first is, because 328 2, 184 | to Augustine (De Civ. Dei x, 3). Therefore it ~would 329 2, 184 | Augustine says (Confess. x, 29), speaking to God: ~" 330 2, 184 | Philosopher asserts (Ethic. x, 7,8). ~Now wealth conduces 331 2, 184 | Philosopher asserts (Ethic. x, 8) that "for actions many 332 2, 186 | Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. x, ~3) that the Abbot Serapion 333 2, 186 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 8) that "many things ~are 334 2, 187 | Augustine ~says (De Civ. Dei x, 3 [*Cf. De Vera Relig. 335 2, 187 | to civil law [*Cod. IV, x, de Oblig. et Action, ~12] 336 3, 5 | the same way (De ~Trin. x).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[5] A[ 337 3, 15 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x, 20), Christ was in Adam ~ 338 3, 15 | For ~Hilary says (De Trin. x): "Since with Christ to 339 3, 15 | Further, Hilary says (De Trin. x): "I ask those who think 340 3, 21 | Hence Hilary says (De Trin. x): "He did not need prayer. 341 3, 21 | For Hilary says (De Trin. x): "Although His word of 342 3, 22 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x, 5): "Every visible ~sacrifice 343 3, 22 | Augustine says (De Civ. De. x, 20): "Christ Himself both 344 3, 26 | Augustine says (Contra Felic. x): "One is the Person of 345 3, 28 | Jerome, Adversus Helvid. x]: which is clearly false, 346 3, 31 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x) that the ~flesh of Christ 347 3, 31 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x) that in whatever way ~Christ 348 3, 31 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x) that "human nature ever ~ 349 3, 31 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x). But all flesh subject 350 3, 31 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x) that "Christ did not ~pay 351 3, 32 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x), Christ's body ~"was taken 352 3, 36 | Wherefore Gregory says (Hom. ~x in Evang.): "After the birth 353 3, 36 | as ~Gregory says (Hom. x in Evang.): "To the Jews, 354 3, 36 | salvation of all" (Gregory, Hom. x in ~Evang.). And hereby, 355 3, 36 | hereby, as Gregory says (Hom. x in Evang.), we are taught 356 3, 37 | be obedient" [*Bede, Hom. x in Evang.]. Wherefore He 357 3, 38 | commenting ~on St. John (Hom. x in Matth.).~Aquin.: SMT 358 3, 38 | commenting on Matthew (Hom. x in Matth.), "it was ~wonderful 359 3, 38 | because, as Bede says (Hom. x in Circumcis.), "under the ~ 360 3, 39 | as Chrysostom says (Hom. x in Matth.), "the law was ~ 361 3, 39 | sermon for the Epiphany (x): "As of ~yore the waters 362 3, 40 | comments as follows (Hom. x): "It was a ~marvelous and 363 3, 46 | because ~Hilary (De Trin. x) says: "God's only-begotten 364 3, 47 | of ~Ephesus (P. iii, cap. x): "Just as he who tears 365 3, 48 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x) that "a visible sacrifice ~ 366 3, 48 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x): "A true sacrifice is every 367 3, 60 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x): "The visible sacrifice ~ 368 3, 60 | transposed" (Peri Herm. x).~ 369 3, 82 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei x). Hence by partaking of 370 3, 86 | Gregory, who says (Hom. x super Ezech.): "When a man 371 Suppl, 3 | causes, ~as stated in Ethic. x, 5. Thus he who delights 372 Suppl, 4 | same (Ethic. vii, 13,14; ~x, 5). Therefore one should 373 Suppl, 14| thus Anselm says (Proslog. x) that "God is just ~when 374 Suppl, 40| as Gregory says (Moral. ~x, 30), "it is not wealth 375 Suppl, 49| the Philosopher (Ethic. x, 3,4) ~the same judgment 376 Suppl, 74| on the Assumption [*Ep. x ad Paul. et ~Eustoch., now 377 Suppl, 74| ten by its ~square, for 10 X 10 = 100, and 100 X 10 = 378 Suppl, 74| for 10 X 10 = 100, and 100 X 10 = 1,000. Again in Ps. 379 Suppl, 78| Philosopher states (Ethic. x, 7), wherefore the happiness 380 Suppl, 78| Philosopher says (Ethic. vii, 12, x, 5), the ~pleasures of the 381 Suppl, 87| to Dionysius (Div. Nom. x). Therefore it becomes the 382 Suppl, 90| 1]], as stated in Ethic. x, 8.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[93] 383 Suppl, 91| Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4) that "the ~most perfect 384 Suppl, 92| principal in him ~(Ethic. x, 7): whereas a dowry is 385 Suppl, 92| declares (Ethic. i, 7; x, 7,8). Accordingly Boethius 386 Suppl, 93| of 30. ~Again 100 is 60 X 40, which latter number 387 Suppl, 93| number is the product of 4 X 10, and ~the number 4 is 388 Suppl, 94| the Philosopher (Metaph. ~x). But this fire of ours 389 Appen1, 1| operation, as stated in Ethic. x, 4. Therefore punishment 390 Appen1, 2| Augustine says [*De Trin. x, 10]. ~Hence the complacency


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