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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | forasmuch as circular motion requires that one part of the ~body 2 1, 13 | The perfect unity of God requires that what are manifold ~ 3 1, 14 | OBJ 2: Further, knowledge requires likeness between the knower 4 1, 23 | another; although the ~plan requires that some stones should 5 1, 27 | this kind of generation requires that there ~should be a 6 1, 27 | nature of will and intellect requires the processions ~belonging 7 1, 27 | still, inasmuch as love requires by its very nature that 8 1, 28 | for every real relation requires and implies in reality two ~ 9 1, 31 | plurality of persons in God requires that ~we should use the 10 1, 31 | or person. ~But diversity requires a distinct substance in 11 1, 32 | joyous possession of ~good requires partnership, this holds 12 1, 35 | enough for an image, which ~requires also the idea of origin; 13 1, 39 | that the ~divine simplicity requires that in God essence is the 14 1, 39 | divine simplicity, which requires ~that in God, He "who possesses" 15 1, 40 | since the nature of a form ~requires it to be "in" that of which 16 1, 42 | paternity and filiation requires that the Son should be the ~ 17 1, 43 | thing. Now the nature of man requires that he be led to the ~invisible 18 1, 44 | OBJ 2: Further, a thing requires an efficient cause in order 19 1, 45 | nothing." Therefore it requires more power ~to make (something) 20 1, 45 | touching or moving; and thus it requires in its ~action some pre-existing 21 1, 47 | formal ~distinction always requires inequality, because as the 22 1, 48 | perfection of the ~universe requires that there should be inequality 23 1, 48 | perfection of the universe requires that there should ~be not 24 1, 48 | perfection of the universe requires that there should be some 25 1, 49 | the order of the universe requires, as was ~said above (Q[22], 26 1, 49 | the universe; and this requires that penalty should be dealt 27 1, 49 | the safety of the ship ~requires; but God does not fail in 28 1, 50 | perfection of the universe requires that there should be ~intellectual 29 1, 50 | perfection of the universe requires the existence of an ~incorporeal 30 1, 63 | continuous movement, it ~requires an interval. Therefore there 31 1, 63 | or consent, as man, who requires ~deliberation in order to 32 1, 67 | place; ~since contiguity requires distinction of place.~Aquin.: 33 1, 75 | non-subsistent, since it ~requires external objects of the 34 1, 75 | inasmuch as the ~intellect requires the operation of the sensitive 35 1, 75 | the soul in a certain way requires the body for its ~operation, 36 1, 76 | But the organ ~of touch requires to be a medium between contraries, 37 1, 76 | So the ~intellectual soul requires a body of equable complexion, 38 1, 76 | sensitive power, which requires an organ of equable temperament. ~ 39 1, 76 | its ~various operations it requires various dispositions in 40 1, 76 | divided. But a form which requires variety in ~the parts, such 41 1, 76 | however, that since the soul requires variety of ~parts, its relation 42 1, 77 | therefore the human soul requires ~many and various operations 43 1, 39 | that the ~divine simplicity requires that in God essence is the 44 1, 39 | divine simplicity, which requires ~that in God, He "who possesses" 45 1, 40 | since the nature of a form ~requires it to be "in" that of which 46 1, 42 | paternity and filiation requires that the Son should be the ~ 47 1, 43 | thing. Now the nature of man requires that he be led to the ~invisible 48 1, 45 | OBJ 2: Further, a thing requires an efficient cause in order 49 1, 46 | nothing." Therefore it requires more power ~to make (something) 50 1, 46 | touching or moving; and thus it requires in its ~action some pre-existing 51 1, 48 | formal ~distinction always requires inequality, because as the 52 1, 49 | perfection of the ~universe requires that there should be inequality 53 1, 49 | perfection of the universe requires that there should ~be not 54 1, 49 | perfection of the universe requires that there should be some 55 1, 50 | the order of the universe requires, as was ~said above (Q[22], 56 1, 50 | the universe; and this requires that penalty should be dealt 57 1, 50 | the safety of the ship ~requires; but God does not fail in 58 1, 51 | perfection of the universe requires that there should be ~intellectual 59 1, 51 | perfection of the universe requires the existence of an ~incorporeal 60 1, 64 | continuous movement, it ~requires an interval. Therefore there 61 1, 64 | or consent, as man, who requires ~deliberation in order to 62 1, 68 | place; ~since contiguity requires distinction of place.~Aquin.: 63 1, 74 | non-subsistent, since it ~requires external objects of the 64 1, 74 | inasmuch as the ~intellect requires the operation of the sensitive 65 1, 74 | the soul in a certain way requires the body for its ~operation, 66 1, 75 | But the organ ~of touch requires to be a medium between contraries, 67 1, 75 | So the ~intellectual soul requires a body of equable complexion, 68 1, 75 | sensitive power, which requires an organ of equable temperament. ~ 69 1, 75 | its ~various operations it requires various dispositions in 70 1, 75 | divided. But a form which requires variety in ~the parts, such 71 1, 75 | however, that since the soul requires variety of ~parts, its relation 72 1, 76 | therefore the human soul requires ~many and various operations 73 1, 77 | this sort of appetite ~requires a special power of the soul - 74 1, 78 | what is imperfect ~always requires the pre-existence of something 75 1, 87 | know all. But knowledge ~requires that the likeness of the 76 1, 88 | the nature of the soul ~requires it to understand by turning 77 1, 90 | impediment to the smell, ~which requires dryness. In the same way, 78 1, 92 | the nature of an ~image requires likeness in species; thus 79 1, 94 | the reception of grace requires the consent of the ~recipient, 80 1, 94 | Reply OBJ 1: After sin man requires grace for more things than 81 1, 95 | natural order of ~things requires this; and thus did God make 82 1, 97 | multiplication ~of masters requires the division of property, 83 1, 102 | master of its own act, it requires to be ~governed by God.~ 84 1, 102 | everywhere at the same time, requires to govern by ~means of ministers. 85 1, 107 | the nature of a hierarchy ~requires diversity of orders.~Aquin.: 86 1, 108 | disposition of the demons requires that there should be authority 87 1, 108 | whenever the Divine justice requires ~the demons to do anything 88 1, 110 | unveiled; because its nature requires it to understand by turning 89 1, 110 | God alone. Secondly, faith requires that what is to be believed 90 1, 114 | agent except the first agent requires in its work ~a subject susceptible 91 1, 114 | infinite. Wherefore it ~requires a determinate disposition 92 2, 3 | of ~all good; not that it requires each individual good. But 93 2, 4 | operation of the intellect requires indeed that ~the intellect 94 2, 5 | agent of infinite power, ~He requires before acting, neither matter, 95 2, 6 | Reply OBJ 3: Voluntariness requires an act of knowledge in the 96 2, 6 | knowledge in the same way ~as it requires an act of will; namely, 97 2, 9 | 3~I answer that, A thing requires to be moved by something 98 2, 18 | the fulness of human being requires a compound of soul and ~ 99 2, 19 | goodness of the human will requires it to be ordained to ~the 100 2, 27 | perfection of knowledge ~requires that man should know distinctly 101 2, 30 | beyond that which nature requires. Hence the Philosopher says ~( 102 2, 30 | is of that which nature requires; and ~nature ever tends 103 2, 30 | anything else that nature requires: ~because these bodily goods, 104 2, 32 | arises from sensation which requires the ~presence of the sensible 105 2, 33 | OBJ 3: The use of reason requires the due use of the imagination ~ 106 2, 37 | to ~contemplation which requires complete repose, than inward 107 2, 46 | respect of both, ~anger requires a certain arduousness: for 108 2, 46 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether anger requires an act of reason?~Aquin.: 109 2, 46 | Therefore anger, in a fashion, ~requires an act of reason.~Aquin.: 110 2, 46 | vengeance. Anger, therefore, requires an act of reason; and ~yet 111 2, 46 | according to nature. ~Now "anger requires an act of reason, but desire 112 2, 46 | the very fact that anger requires an act of reason, it follows 113 2, 57 | far as the good use of art requires a moral virtue. ~For it 114 2, 57 | end, rectitude of choice ~requires two things: namely, the 115 2, 58 | that it may be perfect it requires that reason be ~perfected 116 2, 58 | be done, viz. prudence, ~requires man to have moral virtue.~ 117 2, 59 | 3: Further, moral virtue requires perfect use of reason even 118 2, 60 | involves difficulty, ~which requires virtue, even if it be not 119 2, 61 | perfect idea of virtue, which requires ~rectitude of the appetite: 120 2, 62 | as each cardinal ~virtue requires ordinate emotions; and love 121 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 1: The intellect requires intelligible species whereby 122 2, 65 | habit. Now right ~choice requires not only the inclination 123 2, 65 | because the nature of virtue requires that by it, we should not 124 2, 68 | more ~than the others, God requires of man. Now God requires 125 2, 68 | requires of man. Now God requires of man fear, more ~than 126 2, 68 | whereby the thing ~moved requires to be disposed. Therefore 127 2, 74 | reason is ~deliberate, and so requires time, during which the higher 128 2, 87 | order of His justice, which requires them.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] 129 2, 87 | punishment that Divine justice requires, as stated ~above (A[3]). 130 2, 97 | except by ~experience, which "requires time," as stated in Ethic. 131 2, 97 | condition of ~any person requires that he should reasonably 132 2, 100 | Reverence to his master requires that he should do nothing 133 2, 100 | subject of a moral precept, ~requires repose of the heart in God. 134 2, 102 | increase of divine worship requires ~multiplication of altars 135 2, 105 | perchance the common weal requires that the sin be severely 136 2, 109 | fulfilment may be meritorious, requires ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 137 2, 109 | required, since every form requires a disposition in that ~which 138 2, 109 | restored by himself; but he ~requires the light of grace to be 139 2, 113 | free-will is choice, which requires the ~deliberation of counsel, 140 2, 4 | because ~the act of temperance requires both an act of reason, and 141 2, 4 | even as the act of faith requires an act of the ~will, and 142 2, 4 | be a foundation a thing requires not only to come first, ~ 143 2, 5 | something supreme, because it ~requires that man should adhere to 144 2, 8 | higher truths, for which he ~requires the gift of understanding.~ 145 2, 8 | the natural reason, and requires the ~supernatural light 146 2, 13 | For the natural ~order requires that one should be moved 147 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost ~requires persistence in sin until 148 2, 14 | stated that the intellect requires to be "detached" in ~order 149 2, 17 | perfect and true happiness requires that one should ~be certain 150 2, 21 | the Lord thy God?" ~But He requires of us that which He commands 151 2, 23 | God's ~friendship, which requires that we should obey His 152 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether charity requires that we should love our 153 2, 24 | and in this sense charity requires that we should ~love our 154 2, 24 | love. Therefore ~charity requires that a man show his enemies 155 2, 24 | producing works. But charity requires us to ~love our neighbor 156 2, 24 | enemy. Therefore ~charity requires us to show the signs and 157 2, 24 | fulfilment of the precept requires that we should show such 158 2, 26 | the ~interior love of God requires a mode.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 159 2, 29 | connection: and the matter requires ~the judgment of a prudent 160 2, 29 | due, not ~because justice requires it, but on account of a 161 2, 30 | the love of our neighbor requires that not only should ~we 162 2, 30 | nutritive power, takes what it requires for the upkeep of ~one's 163 2, 30 | then, the order of charity ~requires that a man should love himself 164 2, 30 | order of charity, ~which requires that, other things being 165 2, 31 | something in that person which ~requires correction.~Aquin.: SMT 166 2, 31 | they know of anything that requires ~correction. Therefore it 167 2, 31 | evident that the precept requires a secret admonition to ~ 168 2, 41 | scandal, because our welfare requires ~that we should take food: 169 2, 42 | the contrary, Whatever God requires of us is included in a precept. ~ 170 2, 42 | included in a precept. ~Now God requires that man should love Him, 171 2, 45 | aspect of an object, that requires a difference of ~powers, 172 2, 45 | who have grace. ~Prudence requires diligence, that one may 173 2, 45 | engendering of prudence requires experience which is made 174 2, 46 | order to command aright, requires to have ~three conditions. 175 2, 47 | and therefore prudence requires the memory of many things. 176 2, 47 | be done quickly, for it requires length of time. Hence in ~ 177 2, 47 | yet ~prudence above all requires that man be an apt reasoner, 178 2, 49 | counsel. For good ~counsel requires not only the discovery or 179 2, 50 | research of counsel, man requires to be directed by God who ~ 180 2, 56 | whatever be virtuous, ~it requires to be voluntary, stable, 181 2, 56 | belongs to him, as justice requires, is of ~necessity. Therefore 182 2, 56 | wherefore each ~injury requires to be equalized by vengeance 183 2, 58 | judgment in any matter requires two things. The first is 184 2, 58 | Further, even as the judge requires authority in order to judge ~ 185 2, 59 | greater thing. Hence it ~requires a greater punishment in 186 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God requires nothing from us but what 187 2, 66 | the certainty of judgment requires that ~the accusation be 188 2, 66 | the equality of justice ~requires that a man should himself 189 2, 68 | sufficient. For judgment requires certitude. Now certitude 190 2, 75 | both ~parties, one of whom requires that which belongs to the 191 2, 77 | particularly opposed, always requires ~an act, even in declining 192 2, 77 | Wherefore ~the merit of justice requires an act, whereas an omission 193 2, 79 | either case the signification requires sanctity to be ascribed 194 2, 81 | A[1]). Therefore charity requires us to pray for others. Hence ~ 195 2, 81 | rather in a condition that requires us to pray for them.~Aquin.: 196 2, 82 | act?~(3) Whether adoration requires a definite place?~Aquin.: 197 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~Whether adoration requires a definite place?~Aquin.: 198 2, 83 | law; thus the natural law requires that evildoers should be ~ 199 2, 83 | sacrifice," properly speaking, requires that something ~be done 200 2, 86 | enter religion. Since a vow requires deliberation of the mind, 201 2, 86 | bought back, as the law requires. Even so, vows can be commuted ~ 202 2, 86 | or ~dispensation of vows requires the authority of a prelate 203 2, 87 | and our everyday life requires that we should have some 204 2, 87 | with discretion; and this requires judgment or ~discretion 205 2, 87 | nor unlawful, ~and this requires both truth, so that one 206 2, 87 | religion: and such an ~oath requires no dispensation. But in 207 2, 102 | holds its own, ~since virtue requires a man to exercise his will 208 2, 102 | Obedience, like every virtue requires the will to be prompt ~towards 209 2, 102 | Now the order of justice requires that subjects obey ~their 210 2, 103 | neighbor. ~The charity of God requires that we obey His commandments, 211 2, 104 | Hence the natural order requires that ~he who has received 212 2, 105 | the debt of gratitude requires a ~man to make a liberal 213 2, 115 | according as liberality requires; such are the fruits of 214 2, 118 | has in view. Thus the law requires deposits to be restored, 215 2, 121 | the rectitude of reason ~requires; and this obstacle is removed 216 2, 122 | perfect notion of martyrdom requires that a man ~suffer death 217 2, 122 | we come ~to know that God requires these works of us, and rewards 218 2, 123 | timidity.' The translation requires one to adhere to these ~ 219 2, 123 | 1]). Now this due order requires that the ~appetite be subject 220 2, 123 | so as to shun what reason requires to be shunned, the ~appetite 221 2, 133 | proportion which reason requires to exist ~between expenditure 222 2, 135 | deeds, so far as necessity ~requires.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[137] A[ 223 2, 139 | as the need of this life requires.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 224 2, 140 | Wherefore the natural order requires that man should make use ~ 225 2, 140 | sought more than necessity requires.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 226 2, 140 | of the thing that nature requires for ~its own preservation; 227 2, 140 | natural desires, for nature requires only that ~which supplies 228 2, 143 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, beauty requires a certain clarity, which 229 2, 145 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fasting requires a fixed hour based, not 230 2, 146 | costly meats; sometimes it requires the food to be ~daintily 231 2, 147 | stated above, wherefore it ~requires a special virtue.~Aquin.: 232 2, 150 | reason. Now right reason requires that things directed to 233 2, 152 | upbringing of a human child requires not only the mother's care ~ 234 2, 152 | Now the order of charity requires that a man love more those 235 2, 155 | punishment when right reason requires it; while clemency ~mitigates 236 2, 157 | order of justice, which requires a man to be punished on 237 2, 158 | because the ~life of man requires to be regulated by the virtues 238 2, 160 | proud. ~Now right reason requires that every man's will should 239 2, 164 | things the working of which requires to be ~directed by knowledge. 240 2, 169 | it follows that prophecy requires an ~intellectual light surpassing 241 2, 170 | the mode ~of the recipient requires a natural disposition. Therefore 242 2, 170 | disposition. Therefore prophecy ~requires a natural disposition.~Aquin.: 243 2, 170 | prophet." Therefore prophecy requires no previous disposition, 244 2, 170 | universal efficient cause requires ~neither previous matter 245 2, 170 | to prophecy. For prophecy requires the mind to be raised very ~ 246 2, 173 | Hence in any operation that ~requires abstraction of the intellect 247 2, 178 | personal study, and thus he requires "meditation."~Aquin.: SMT 248 2, 178 | another lack of uniformity requires to be removed from the ~ 249 2, 179 | blear-eyed. But prudence requires clear eyes, so that one 250 2, 180 | For the contemplative life requires a certain stillness of ~ 251 2, 181 | and inferiority. But state requires immobility in that ~which 252 2, 181 | a diversity of actions ~requires a diversity of men appointed 253 2, 182 | of the altar. ~For this requires a greater inward holiness 254 2, 183 | Eudox.): "If Mother ~Church requires your service, neither accept 255 2, 183 | wicked theft." Now dispensing requires good faith, according ~to 256 2, 184 | fulfil them when necessity requires; yet are sometimes fulfilled, ~ 257 2, 184 | Therefore religious perfection requires continence.~Aquin.: SMT 258 2, 184 | that, The religious state requires the removal of whatever ~ 259 2, 184 | the state of perfection requires an ~obligation to whatever 260 2, 184 | Consequently ~the religious state requires that one be bound to these 261 2, 184 | ii) religious perfection requires ~that a man give "his whole 262 2, 184 | the ~state of perfection requires, there was need for the 263 2, 185 | otherwise than the natural order requires," ~and he is speaking of 264 2, 186 | perfection of the counsels requires that one should ~be without 265 2, 186 | But the contemplative man requires no such things for the ~ 266 2, 186 | life as the ~religious life requires a greater care of spiritual 267 2, 186 | teaching and preaching, requires greater care of spiritual 268 2, 187 | then that the ~right order requires one to pass from that which 269 2, 187 | be of God, ~because "it requires no further demonstration," 270 3, 2 | Further, all composition requires parts. But the Divine Nature 271 3, 5 | man is a natural thing, it requires determinate matter, to wit, ~ 272 3, 5 | is the form of the ~body, requires that it should be more noble, 273 3, 16 | yet the notion of person requires this.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] 274 3, 19 | consequently, unity of person requires unity of the complete and ~ 275 3, 32 | they say that the mother requires not ~only to supply the 276 3, 33 | as the augmentative power requires a fixed time for its ~act, 277 3, 33 | successively. The third also requires a ~succession of time: both 278 3, 33 | like any natural form, requires determinate ~quantity in 279 3, 33 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The soul requires due quantity in the matter 280 3, 44 | very nature of man, which requires to be led to good by the 281 3, 48 | s justice." But justice requires that the man who ~has treacherously 282 3, 54 | fashion whatsoever. Still it requires but a slight ~difference 283 3, 54 | nature of a ~human body requires, and therefore it could 284 3, 61 | according as its condition requires. Divine wisdom, ~therefore, 285 3, 64 | Therefore a sacrament requires of necessity that the minister 286 3, 64 | Therefore a ~sacrament requires of necessity that the minister 287 3, 64 | validity of a sacrament requires a good intention in the ~ 288 3, 64 | validity of a sacrament requires a good ~intention in the 289 3, 64 | validity of ~a sacrament requires of necessity a good intention 290 3, 66 | because just as a sacrament requires sensible matter, so does 291 3, 68 | says: "The grace of God requires ~neither sighs nor groans 292 3, 68 | 11:29, "the ~grace of God requires neither sighs nor groans 293 3, 68 | Therefore, seemingly, Baptism requires no intention on the part 294 3, 72 | just as one newly born ~requires someone to teach him things 295 3, 72 | just as this sacrament requires devotion both in the ~giver 296 3, 80 | the Church's statute only requires Communion ~once a year; 297 3, 81 | was visible. For as sight requires that the body seen be in ~ 298 3, 83 | Moreover, this sacrament requires a more general devotion, 299 3, 84 | reception of the Holy Ghost that requires ~an imposition of hands, 300 3, 84 | satisfaction to his friend; faith ~requires that he should seek to be 301 3, 84 | employed for a sacrament requires to be decided by the ~institution; 302 3, 84 | For since true Penance requires ~charity, without which 303 3, 85 | and a like virtuous act requires no other virtue ~than charity, 304 3, 85 | destruction of past sin ~requires a special virtue subordinate 305 3, 87 | penance for mortal sins requires man to purpose abstaining ~ 306 3, 87 | penance for venial sins requires ~man to purpose abstaining 307 3, 90 | the perfection of Penance ~requires contrition of the heart, 308 Suppl, 2 | justified. But ~justification requires contrition, as stated above ( 309 Suppl, 8 | sacrament. ~In this way it requires a dispenser of the sacraments, 310 Suppl, 8 | own priest, if the ~latter requires him to do so, because he 311 Suppl, 8 | any priest. For absolution requires jurisdiction, as stated ~ 312 Suppl, 9 | very name of confession requires this. Now if a ~man confess 313 Suppl, 9 | well-being of confession requires that it should be "frequent"; 314 Suppl, 14| be, because satisfaction requires the reinstatement of ~friendship 315 Suppl, 17| yet the ~use of the key requires due matter, i.e. a people 316 Suppl, 17| only one. For one ~lock requires but one key. Now the lock 317 Suppl, 17| answer that, Whenever an act requires fitness on the part of the ~ 318 Suppl, 17| since the act of the key requires fitness in the person ~on 319 Suppl, 17| therefore the judge requires ~both judgment of discretion 320 Suppl, 17| appropriated to the Holy Ghost, requires no key, as stated above ( 321 Suppl, 18| essence of the sacrament requires only sanctification of the 322 Suppl, 18| essence of the sacrament requires the consecration ~or sanctification 323 Suppl, 18| to be effective, always requires a disposition on the ~part 324 Suppl, 18| Further, the act of the keys requires discretion. Now if the priest ~ 325 Suppl, 19| merit of ~Christ, and this requires excellence of order and 326 Suppl, 19| since the use of the keys requires in the user authority over 327 Suppl, 20| the use of this power ~requires jurisdiction which inferiors 328 Suppl, 20| For every sacramental act requires its proper matter. Now the ~ 329 Suppl, 20| himself, because this power requires ~to be exercised on a subject, 330 Suppl, 22| renewed. But excommunication requires nothing more ~than orders 331 Suppl, 22| And ~as excommunication requires jurisdiction, an excommunicated 332 Suppl, 24| absolution from ~excommunication requires jurisdiction in the external 333 Suppl, 25| Reply OBJ 5: An indulgence requires a cause, not as a measure 334 Suppl, 29| sacrament is an anointing, it requires ~consecrated matter.~Aquin.: 335 Suppl, 29| sanctified in itself, it requires ~sanctification in its use, 336 Suppl, 32| other hand this ~sacrament requires a movement of the free-will; 337 Suppl, 32| adults. Now ~the same disease requires the same remedy. Therefore 338 Suppl, 32| sacrament, like the Eucharist, requires actual ~devotion in the 339 Suppl, 34| in the Church. For ~Order requires subjection and preeminence. 340 Suppl, 34| the matter of Confirmation requires to be consecrated ~beforehand. 341 Suppl, 35| worthy exercise of Orders requires not any kind of ~goodness 342 Suppl, 39| Now the act of Orders requires the ~use of reason. Therefore 343 Suppl, 40| order of human ministries requires that in each ~office there 344 Suppl, 41| of the human community requires that some should devote 345 Suppl, 43| of the future, and this requires ~the use of reason, of which 346 Suppl, 47| consists in a kind of union requires a return of love.~Aquin.: 347 Suppl, 49| offered, but that perfection requires one to detest it. But ~this 348 Suppl, 50| And if an imperfect thing ~requires more conditions, there will 349 Suppl, 52| Reply OBJ 3: The natural law requires punishment to be inflicted 350 Suppl, 52| consented to all that marriage requires. If, however, the marriage 351 Suppl, 52| to do ~all that marriage requires of him for he cannot be 352 Suppl, 53| very nature of holy order ~requires that it should be an impediment 353 Suppl, 55| affinity, like consanguinity, ~requires diversity of subjects, as 354 Suppl, 58| to make a contract which ~requires the fulfilling of that obligation. 355 Suppl, 59| essentials are concerned, it requires purity with regard to ~the 356 Suppl, 64| individual: for the natural order requires that a ~thing should be 357 Suppl, 65| time, the law of nature ~requires the father and mother to 358 Suppl, 65| just as the natural law requires a man to have but one ~wife, 359 Suppl, 66| signification of the sacrament requires the husband to have only ~ 360 Suppl, 67| dictate of the natural law requires the latter to live together ~ 361 Suppl, 72| perfection of his happiness requires. For the perfection of a 362 Suppl, 72| perfection of a man's ~happiness requires him to have whatever he 363 Suppl, 72| order of the Divine law requires that we, ~who while we remain 364 Suppl, 72| pursues its matter, which it requires when it is outside its own ~ 365 Suppl, 72| condition of its nature requires, since then most of ~all 366 Suppl, 74| another. Now the resurrection requires several ~actions following 367 Suppl, 74| vii. Now the resurrection requires local movement in the ~gathering 368 Suppl, 75| Moreover the order of nature requires the dissolution not only 369 Suppl, 77| observed that this question requires different answers ~according 370 Suppl, 77| except in so far as nature requires it ~for the perfection of 371 Suppl, 77| the perfection of quantity requires, as it does in those who 372 Suppl, 78| universal nature, which ~requires both sexes for the perfection 373 Suppl, 80| glorified body necessarily requires a place equal to ~itself?~( 374 Suppl, 80| except something in it that requires a ~different place: since 375 Suppl, 80| distinction of individuals requires ~this difference of accidents. 376 Suppl, 80| that distinction in matter requires distinction ~in place. Wherefore 377 Suppl, 80| of the human body, which requires the parts to be in a certain 378 Suppl, 81| time which that ~movement requires in the aforesaid proportion 379 Suppl, 81| by reason of which it ~requires a place or position: wherefore 380 Suppl, 83| happiness of the saints requires that they should be altogether 381 Suppl, 87| humanity. For judgment requires authority in the judge. 382 Suppl, 87| I answer that, Judgment requires a certain authority in the 383 Suppl, 94| as the effect of his ~art requires.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[


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