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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | etiology ~when its cause is assigned, as when Our Lord gave the 2 1, 5 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iii) assigned the first place, amongst ~ 3 1, 13 | of them can a reason be assigned why some names ~more than 4 1, 19 | Whether any cause can be assigned to the divine will?~(6) 5 1, 19 | expressions of will are rightly assigned to the divine ~will?~Aquin.: 6 1, 19 | Whether any cause can be assigned to the divine will?~Aquin.: 7 1, 19 | seems that some cause can be assigned to the divine will. For ~ 8 1, 19 | cause, there can be no cause assigned except by ~the will of him 9 1, 19 | But no expressions are assigned to the divine wisdom. Therefore 10 1, 19 | expressions ought to be assigned to the divine will.~Aquin.: 11 1, 19 | therefore the expressions ~assigned to the divine will are not 12 1, 19 | expressions ~therefore must be assigned to the divine will.~Aquin.: 13 1, 19 | expressions of will are rightly assigned to the divine will?~Aquin.: 14 1, 19 | permission - are not rightly assigned to ~the divine will. For 15 1, 19 | expressions of the divine will are assigned ~to their acts, inasmuch 16 1, 19 | only one expression is assigned, that of prohibition. On 17 1, 22 | Whether providence is suitably assigned to God?~(2) Whether everything 18 1, 22 | whatever is ~better must be assigned to God. Therefore He has 19 1, 22 | over ~human affairs, he assigned to demons, whom the Platonic 20 1, 23 | cause, however, of what is assigned in the future - namely, ~ 21 1, 23 | works different states were assigned to them in this world when 22 1, 23 | nature, a ~reason can be assigned, since primary matter is 23 1, 23 | Further, no reason can be assigned why God pre-ordains to ~ 24 1, 26 | Beatitude ~must therefore be assigned to God in respect of His 25 1, 36 | them. Nor can any other be assigned except the ~order of their 26 1, 42 | there is a ~moment to be assigned for the begetting of the 27 1, 44 | itself was uncreated, they assigned ~certain causes for these 28 1, 44 | as "such"; and so they ~assigned particular efficient causes 29 1, 44 | being," as being, and who assigned a ~cause to things, not 30 1, 53 | as a divisible place is assigned to a ~body by contact of 31 1, 53 | a last "now" ~cannot be assigned in which it was in the term " 32 1, 53 | is no last ~instant to be assigned in which the air was dark, 33 1, 53 | but a last time can be ~assigned, so that in the last instant 34 1, 53 | but some "now" must be assigned in which he was ~last in 35 1, 62 | Hence a longer way was assigned to man than to the ~angel 36 1, 64 | that some writers have ~assigned as man's last happiness 37 1, 66 | OBJ 3: Corporeal place is assigned to contemplation, not as ~ 38 1, 67 | All these properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~ 39 1, 67 | production of light is fittingly assigned to the first day?~Aquin.: 40 1, 67 | light is not fittingly ~assigned to the first day. For light, 41 1, 67 | then, ought not ~to be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: 42 1, 67 | from day, ought not to ~be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: 43 1, 67 | of light ought not to be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: 44 1, 68 | species, and two places are assigned to them, though not ~for 45 1, 68 | common notion cannot be assigned. Therefore there cannot 46 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~Whether the cause assigned for the production of the 47 1, 70 | would seem that the cause assigned for the production of the ~ 48 1, 71 | as ~among the three days assigned to the work of distinction, 49 1, 71 | which is the fifth, is assigned to the adornment of the ~ 50 1, 73 | according to another it is ~assigned to the sixth. Either version, 51 1, 74 | But ~separate days are assigned to distinction and to adornment, 52 1, 74 | separate days should be assigned to creation.~Aquin.: SMT 53 1, 74 | and water. ~But one day is assigned to the distinction of water, 54 1, 74 | Another day, then, ought to be assigned to the production of birds 55 1, 74 | three; since ~one day is assigned to the forming of spiritual 56 1, 74 | has been recorded that is assigned to the six days, something ~ 57 1, 74 | different days should be assigned to the ~different states 58 1, 74 | derived from numbers and assigned by some writers, according 59 1, 74 | eighth day. The three reasons assigned above are those given by ~ 60 1, 42 | there is a ~moment to be assigned for the begetting of the 61 1, 45 | itself was uncreated, they assigned ~certain causes for these 62 1, 45 | as "such"; and so they ~assigned particular efficient causes 63 1, 45 | being," as being, and who assigned a ~cause to things, not 64 1, 54 | as a divisible place is assigned to a ~body by contact of 65 1, 54 | a last "now" ~cannot be assigned in which it was in the term " 66 1, 54 | is no last ~instant to be assigned in which the air was dark, 67 1, 54 | but a last time can be ~assigned, so that in the last instant 68 1, 54 | but some "now" must be assigned in which he was ~last in 69 1, 63 | Hence a longer way was assigned to man than to the ~angel 70 1, 65 | that some writers have ~assigned as man's last happiness 71 1, 67 | OBJ 3: Corporeal place is assigned to contemplation, not as ~ 72 1, 68 | All these properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~ 73 1, 68 | production of light is fittingly assigned to the first day?~Aquin.: 74 1, 68 | light is not fittingly ~assigned to the first day. For light, 75 1, 68 | then, ought not ~to be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: 76 1, 68 | from day, ought not to ~be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: 77 1, 68 | of light ought not to be assigned to the first day.~Aquin.: 78 1, 69 | species, and two places are assigned to them, though not ~for 79 1, 69 | common notion cannot be assigned. Therefore there cannot 80 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~Whether the cause assigned for the production of the 81 1, 71 | would seem that the cause assigned for the production of the ~ 82 1, 71 | as ~among the three days assigned to the work of distinction, 83 1, 71 | which is the fifth, is assigned to the adornment of the ~ 84 1, 72 | according to another it is ~assigned to the sixth. Either version, 85 1, 73 | But ~separate days are assigned to distinction and to adornment, 86 1, 73 | separate days should be assigned to creation.~Aquin.: SMT 87 1, 73 | and water. ~But one day is assigned to the distinction of water, 88 1, 73 | Another day, then, ought to be assigned to the production of birds 89 1, 73 | three; since ~one day is assigned to the forming of spiritual 90 1, 73 | has been recorded that is assigned to the six days, something ~ 91 1, 73 | different days should be assigned to the ~different states 92 1, 73 | derived from numbers and assigned by some writers, according 93 1, 73 | eighth day. The three reasons assigned above are those given by ~ 94 1, 77 | of the soul are commonly assigned - namely, ~the vegetative 95 1, 77 | of soul ought not to be assigned as ~regards what is common 96 1, 77 | of the senses ~has been assigned by some to the organs in 97 1, 77 | By others it has been ~assigned to the medium, which is 98 1, 77 | imagination should not be assigned as powers distinct from 99 1, 77 | principle, they must be assigned to diverse powers; since 100 1, 77 | discerning judgment must be assigned ~to the common sense; to 101 1, 79 | power of the soul is to be assigned for those things which ~ 102 1, 83 | sufficient reason can be assigned for the soul ~being united 103 1, 107 | the orders are properly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 104 1, 107 | orders are not properly ~assigned. For the order of prelates 105 1, 107 | of the angelic orders are assigned by Gregory ~(Hom. xxiv in 106 1, 112 | Whether to each man is assigned a single guardian angel?~( 107 1, 112 | OBJ 1: A guardian may be assigned to a man for two reasons: 108 1, 112 | so an angel guardian is assigned to each man as long as ~ 109 2, 1 | ends. Three reasons may be assigned ~for this. First, because, 110 2, 26 | is ~the reason why some assigned the difference spoken of.~ 111 2, 30 | 3~Another reason may be assigned, according to the Philosopher ( 112 2, 32 | Therefore hope should not be assigned as a cause ~of pleasure, 113 2, 36 | a likeness, that may be assigned to a twofold cause; one, 114 2, 41 | species of fear is suitably assigned?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] A[ 115 2, 41 | species of fear are unsuitably assigned by ~Damascene (De Fide Orth. 116 2, 46 | species of anger are suitably assigned?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 117 2, 47 | three. Two reasons may be ~assigned for this. First, because 118 2, 54 | parts. Now many parts are ~assigned to one habit: thus Tully 119 2, 54 | OBJ 2: The parts which are assigned to each cardinal virtue, 120 2, 56 | the contrary, Fortitude is assigned to the irascible power, 121 2, 57 | intellectual virtue is assigned to the practical intellect, 122 2, 57 | gnome}" are ~unfittingly assigned as virtues annexed to prudence. 123 2, 65 | This, too, is the reason assigned ~for the connection by Gregory, 124 2, 66 | connection of virtues may be assigned. The first is according 125 2, 68 | virtues; yet they have not assigned a suitable reason ~for this 126 2, 68 | no part of fortitude is ~assigned to correspond thereto, but 127 2, 69 | 1/1~Whether the rewards assigned to the beatitudes refer 128 2, 69 | would seem that the rewards assigned to the beatitudes do not ~ 129 2, 69 | inchoate: while those that are assigned as rewards, may ~be either 130 2, 69 | For ~the beatitudes are assigned to the gifts, as stated 131 2, 69 | life: yet no beatitude is assigned to the act of ~contemplation, 132 2, 69 | contemplation, for all are assigned to matters connected with 133 2, 69 | five ~beatitudes may be assigned to knowledge and counsel 134 2, 69 | of them will have to be assigned differently. Because the ~ 135 2, 69 | the kingdom of heaven is assigned as the reward, both of ~ 136 2, 69 | ground it ~should have been assigned to all.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 137 2, 69 | rewards are most suitably assigned, considering the ~nature 138 2, 69 | hence the rewards are assigned in correspondence with the 139 2, 69 | which ~those rewards are assigned.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 140 2, 70 | For the beatitudes are assigned to the gifts, as stated 141 2, 70 | of their perfection, are assigned to the gifts rather than 142 2, 72 | Further, diverse species are assigned to gluttony, according to ~ 143 2, 73 | equal. Three reasons may be assigned for this. The first is ~ 144 2, 73 | excellent. Four reasons may be assigned for this. First, ~because 145 2, 75 | cause. Now two causes may be assigned to a negation: ~in the first 146 2, 75 | interior cause of sin may ~be assigned; one proximate, on the part 147 2, 82 | sin. Two reasons may be ~assigned for this. The first is on 148 2, 92 | acts of law are suitably assigned?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 149 2, 92 | of law are not suitably assigned as ~consisting in "command," " 150 2, 98 | answer that, It might be assigned as a reason for the Law 151 2, 102 | a suitable cause can be assigned for the ceremonies which ~ 152 2, 102 | no suitable cause can be assigned for the ~ceremonies pertaining 153 2, 102 | to the sacrifices can be assigned to a fitting cause.~Aquin.: 154 2, 102 | reasonable cause may be assigned to the ceremonies of ~the 155 2, 102 | sufficient reason can be assigned for the ceremonies pertaining ~ 156 2, 102 | sufficient reason can be assigned for the ~ceremonies of the 157 2, 102 | time; for three reasons assigned by Rabbi ~Moses. First, 158 2, 102 | figurative reason may be assigned to the fact that they signify 159 2, 102 | figurative reasons may be assigned for the ~things contained 160 2, 102 | literal signification may be assigned. For the ark contained the ~ 161 2, 102 | the same as that which we assigned (ad 5) to ~the sacrifice 162 2, 102 | nutritious, which is the cause assigned by Rabbi Moses (Doct. Perplex. ~ 163 2, 106 | that, Three reasons may be assigned why it was not fitting for ~ 164 2, 107 | OBJ 2: All the differences assigned between the Old and New 165 2, 108 | to the mind. But this is assigned as ~the difference between 166 2, 6 | of privation, ~cannot be assigned as the cause of the thing 167 2, 8 | And in this ~sense we have assigned the number of the gifts, 168 2, 13 | spiritual good, which ~are assigned by the Master (Sent. ii, 169 2, 13 | above species are fittingly assigned to the sin ~against the 170 2, 23 | degrees are unsuitably ~assigned to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 171 2, 25 | virtue. But no order is assigned to the other virtues. Neither, ~ 172 2, 25 | therefore, should any order be assigned to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 173 2, 33 | one to which daughters are assigned. ~Now Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 174 2, 33 | Gregory or Isidore has wrongly assigned sloth as a capital sin together ~ 175 2, 34 | daughters are unfittingly assigned by ~Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 176 2, 34 | Therefore these should not be assigned as daughters of ~envy.~Aquin.: 177 2, 46 | of prudence are fittingly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[48] A[ 178 2, 46 | the parts of prudence are assigned ~unfittingly. Tully (De 179 2, 46 | ought something to have been assigned corresponding to use.~Aquin.: 180 2, 46 | Accordingly, parts can be assigned to a ~virtue in three ways. 181 2, 46 | prudence, namely, the six assigned ~by Macrobius; with the 182 2, 46 | different ~kinds of parts are assigned, or because that which is 183 2, 47 | For this reason memory is ~assigned to the sensitive part of 184 2, 48 | therefore should any ~be assigned to military business.~Aquin.: 185 2, 57 | through more or less being assigned to some person than is due 186 2, 59 | of justice are suitably assigned, viz. commutative ~and distributive?~ 187 2, 59 | justice are unsuitably ~assigned, viz. distributive and commutative. 188 2, 60 | benefice has been definitely assigned to ~anyone, one prevents 189 2, 60 | benefice had already been assigned to a certain person, ~and 190 2, 76 | such property ~should be assigned to the persons who paid 191 2, 81 | Lord's Prayer are fittingly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 192 2, 81 | Prayer are ~not fittingly assigned. It is useless to ask for 193 2, 81 | petitions seem to be unfittingly assigned, ~since they do not correspond 194 2, 83 | the death punishment is assigned to those who offer ~Divine 195 2, 86 | The reason for this is assigned by some to ~the fact that 196 2, 86 | profession; and ~the reason assigned by the Decretal is because " 197 2, 87 | of an oath are suitably assigned, ~namely, justice, judgment, 198 2, 87 | and truth are unsuitably ~assigned as the conditions accompanying 199 2, 87 | of an oath are unsuitably assigned. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 200 2, 92 | is more ~manifest, it is assigned as a fitting punishment 201 2, 92 | too much. This cause is ~assigned (Wis. 14:15): "A father 202 2, 98 | sometimes an annual ~income is assigned to them. Therefore it is 203 2, 98 | former rank, and must be assigned a lower ~place.~Aquin.: 204 2, 102 | that, A special virtue is assigned to all good deeds that have ~ 205 2, 102 | His ~body is subjected and assigned to his master but his soul 206 2, 115 | seems to be ~unsuitably assigned as the proper act of liberality.~ 207 2, 118 | principal virtue is not assigned as the part of a ~less principal 208 2, 118 | that secondary virtues are assigned as parts. Now "epikeia" ~ 209 2, 126 | of fortitude are suitably assigned?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[128] A[ 210 2, 126 | fortitude are unsuitably assigned. ~For Tully (De Invent. 211 2, 126 | quasi-integral and potential parts assigned to it: ~integral parts, 212 2, 134 | reason ~for the difference assigned by this gloss is that it 213 2, 141 | of temperance are rightly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[143] A[ 214 2, 141 | restraint. ~Hence it is suitably assigned as a part of temperance.~ 215 2, 146 | daughters are fittingly assigned to gluttony?~Aquin.: SMT 216 2, 146 | daughters are unfittingly assigned to ~gluttony, to wit, "unseemly 217 2, 152 | six species are fittingly assigned to lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS 218 2, 152 | species are unfittingly assigned to lust, ~namely, "simple 219 2, 152 | species of lust must be ~assigned with respect to its matter 220 2, 152 | the aforesaid species are assigned with regard to a ~difference 221 2, 155 | I answer that, Parts are assigned to the principal virtues, 222 2, 156 | of anger are unsuitably assigned ~by the Philosopher (Ethic. 223 2, 156 | Therefore the aforesaid division assigned by the Philosopher is ~not 224 2, 156 | kind of condemnation ~is assigned as corresponding to each 225 2, 156 | first case ~"judgment" is assigned, and this is the least severe, 226 2, 156 | second case "council" is ~assigned, "whereby the judges deliberate 227 2, 156 | inflicted": to the third case is assigned "hell-fire," i.e. "decisive ~ 228 2, 156 | daughters are fittingly assigned to anger?~Aquin.: SMT SS 229 2, 156 | daughters are unfittingly assigned to ~anger, namely "quarreling, 230 2, 158 | Aristotle (Ethic. ii, 7) assigned {eutrapelia} to ~pleasures 231 2, 158 | Reply OBJ 2: Various virtues assigned by various authorities are ~ 232 2, 159 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Parts are assigned to a principal virtue by 233 2, 159 | irascible as its subject, it is assigned as a part of modesty ~or 234 2, 159 | the aforesaid ~degrees are assigned, but according to the various 235 2, 160 | species of pride are fittingly assigned by Gregory?~Aquin.: SMT 236 2, 160 | of pride are unfittingly assigned ~by Gregory, who says (Moral. 237 2, 160 | latter would seem to be assigned unfittingly.~Aquin.: SMT 238 2, 172 | into various species, as ~assigned above. Now it has been stated 239 2, 178 | movements of contemplation assigned by Dionysius (Div. Nom. ~ 240 2, 178 | contemplation are unfittingly assigned according to the ~ways mentioned 241 2, 180 | the higher reason which is assigned to contemplation is compared 242 2, 180 | the ~lower reason which is assigned to action, and the husband 243 2, 181 | of states should ~not be assigned in this manner.~Aquin.: 244 2, 182 | class of men is specially assigned ~to the state of the proficient 245 2, 182 | should any class of men be assigned to the state of perfection.~ 246 2, 183 | only one part is to be assigned to the bishop, two parts 247 2, 183 | if ~the goods which are assigned to the use of the bishop 248 2, 183 | himself of that which is assigned to his ~own use, and give 249 3, 1 | sin of the first man is assigned ~as the reason of the Incarnation, 250 3, 1 | the other causes which are assigned in the preceding ~article 251 3, 7 | intense in him, to the limit assigned by God, according to Eph. 252 3, 49 | exceeded the limit of power assigned him by God, by ~conspiring 253 3, 57 | that ~the higher place is assigned to the worthier.~Aquin.: 254 3, 63 | sealing by which a man is ~assigned to future glory, and which 255 3, 63 | over that to which he is assigned: thus soldiers who are ~ 256 3, 63 | thus soldiers who are ~assigned to military service, are 257 3, 63 | malice for which ~some are assigned to eternal punishment, or 258 3, 75 | Hence no instant can be ~assigned in which the original matter 259 3, 75 | because no way can be assigned whereby Christ's true body 260 3, 75 | Likewise no cause can be assigned for such dissolution or 261 3, 75 | But no subject can be assigned for the substance of the ~ 262 3, 75 | a first ~instant can be assigned in which Christ's body is 263 3, 75 | last ~instant cannot be assigned in which the substance of 264 3, 75 | but ~a last time can be assigned. And the same holds good 265 3, 77 | quantity, hence Plato also assigned ~"great" and "small" as 266 3, 77 | subject ~of corruption can be assigned as remaining after the corruption 267 3, 77 | because no time can be assigned when the ~substance of the 268 3, 90 | Whether Penance should be assigned any parts?~Aquin.: SMT TP 269 3, 90 | that parts should not be assigned to Penance. For ~it is the 270 3, 90 | sacrament, should have no parts assigned to it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 271 3, 90 | sacrament. Now no parts ~are assigned to it as a virtue, since 272 3, 90 | that parts should ~not be assigned to Penance as a sacrament, 273 3, 90 | sacrament, because no parts are assigned ~to Baptism and the other 274 3, 90 | parts at all should be ~assigned to Penance.~Aquin.: SMT 275 3, 90 | A[2]). But no parts are assigned to sin. Neither, therefore, 276 3, 90 | therefore, should parts ~be assigned to Penance.~Aquin.: SMT 277 3, 90 | these ~many, parts may be assigned to a particular sacrament.~ 278 3, 90 | Reply OBJ 2: Parts are not assigned to penance as a virtue: 279 3, 90 | therefore, that parts are assigned to Penance as a sacrament, 280 3, 90 | chrism, and so parts are ~not assigned to the other sacraments.~ 281 3, 90 | satisfaction are fittingly assigned ~as parts of Penance?~Aquin.: 282 3, 90 | satisfaction are ~not fittingly assigned as parts of Penance. For 283 3, 90 | parts are not fittingly assigned to the sacrament of Penance.~ 284 3, 90 | yet more parts should be assigned to ~Penance. For not only 285 3, 90 | For not only is the body assigned as a part of man, as being 286 3, 90 | priestly absolution should be ~assigned as a fourth part of Penance.~ 287 3, 90 | above (A[1]), parts are assigned ~specially to the sacrament 288 3, 90 | confession, and satisfaction are assigned as parts of Penance.~Aquin.: 289 Suppl, 9 | sixteen conditions, which are assigned by the masters, ~are necessary 290 Suppl, 9 | sixteen conditions usually assigned are necessary for ~confession?~ 291 Suppl, 9 | seem that the conditions assigned by masters, and ~contained 292 Suppl, 9 | authority of the masters who assigned the ~above.~Aquin.: SMT 293 Suppl, 25| Hence whenever the cause assigned tends to the good of the ~ 294 Suppl, 29| oil. Three reasons may be assigned why ~consecrated matter 295 Suppl, 29| sacrament. Several reasons are assigned for this: first, because 296 Suppl, 30| in this sacrament can be assigned as ~both reality and sacrament 297 Suppl, 32| certain parts are suitably assigned to be anointed?~(7) Whether 298 Suppl, 32| be anointed are suitably assigned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 299 Suppl, 32| these parts are unsuitably assigned, namely, ~that the eyes, 300 Suppl, 37| of the Orders are rightly assigned in the text?~(5) When are 301 Suppl, 37| of the Orders are rightly assigned in the text?~Aquin.: SMT 302 Suppl, 37| Orders are not rightly ~assigned in the text (Sent. iv, D, 303 Suppl, 37| these ~acts should not be assigned to the deacon.~Aquin.: SMT 304 Suppl, 37| Therefore it ~should not be assigned to acolytes.~Aquin.: SMT 305 Suppl, 43| seven years is fittingly assigned as the age for betrothal?~ 306 Suppl, 43| seven years is not fittingly assigned as the ~age for betrothal. 307 Suppl, 43| marriage ~the same age is not assigned to boy and girl.~Aquin.: 308 Suppl, 43| it is that the one age is assigned for both as regards ~betrothal, 309 Suppl, 49| marriage?~(2) Whether those assigned are sufficient?~(3) Whether 310 Suppl, 49| neither should any goods be assigned ~for the excuse of matrimony.~ 311 Suppl, 49| promise whereby this man is assigned to this woman.~Aquin.: SMT 312 Suppl, 50| that impediments should be assigned to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 313 Suppl, 50| unfitting for impediments to be assigned to ~marriage. For marriage 314 Suppl, 50| But no ~impediments are assigned to the others. Neither therefore 315 Suppl, 50| therefore should they be ~assigned to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 316 Suppl, 50| these impediments ~that are assigned to matrimony are not against 317 Suppl, 50| impediments should not be assigned to marriage, ~making it 318 Suppl, 50| impediments should not be assigned to marriage, ~which hinder 319 Suppl, 50| However, ~impediments are assigned to matrimony rather than 320 Suppl, 50| manner has a cause in ~us, is assigned certain impediments by the 321 Suppl, 50| good, more impediments are assigned to ~matrimony than to the 322 Suppl, 54| But the causes that are assigned for the number of degrees ~ 323 Suppl, 54| Reply OBJ 4: The reasons assigned are given as indicating 324 Suppl, 56| children. For no degrees are assigned to spiritual ~relationship. 325 Suppl, 65| that the "offspring" is assigned as a marriage good. But 326 Suppl, 66| another consequent reason assigned, since those who receive 327 Suppl, 66| be a virgin. The reason assigned by those versed ~in the 328 Suppl, 67| Those things which were assigned to nature when it was ~well 329 Suppl, 67| voluntarily yielded, it was assigned to her ~in punishment that 330 Suppl, 69| Therefore places ~should not be assigned for their reception.~Aquin.: 331 Suppl, 69| OBJ 3: Further, nothing is assigned to separated souls after 332 Suppl, 69| definite places should not be ~assigned to receive them.~Aquin.: 333 Suppl, 69| some place should also be assigned to ~receive separated souls.~ 334 Suppl, 69| death souls have no bodies assigned to them whereof they be 335 Suppl, 69| highest place it ~fittingly assigned), namely God, whose throne 336 Suppl, 69| deprived of that share are assigned to a contrary place.~Aquin.: 337 Suppl, 69| delayed. And ~since a place is assigned to souls in keeping with 338 Suppl, 69| actually, the place remains assigned to him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 339 Suppl, 69| only one abode should be assigned to them after death. ~Aquin.: 340 Suppl, 69| be many more ~than those assigned. For this darksome air is 341 Suppl, 69| venial sins, none of the assigned abodes will be befitting ~ 342 Suppl, 69| a sixth abode should be assigned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 343 Suppl, 69| venial sins an abode is assigned where they are ~punished 344 Suppl, 69| that one place should be assigned to all: whereas of those 345 Suppl, 69| 4: This darksome air is assigned to the demons, not as the ~ 346 Suppl, 69| now: since ~hell fire is assigned to them in the first place ( 347 Suppl, 69| abodes to ~which souls are assigned after the state of merit 348 Suppl, 69| namely the empyrean, is assigned to ~the holy souls separated 349 Suppl, 69| whereas the same place was not assigned to the souls of the Fathers 350 Suppl, 79| of this impassibility is assigned differently by ~different 351 Suppl, 80| kind of subtlety must be assigned to glorified ~bodies, by 352 Suppl, 81| will ~never leave the place assigned to them, and consequently 353 Suppl, 81| OBJ 5: The fitting place assigned to each glorified body according ~ 354 Suppl, 88| Now no such place can be assigned to the ~heavenly body, since 355 Suppl, 88| The end which is there assigned to the heavenly bodies is ~ 356 Suppl, 88| rather than from the end assigned to them in Genesis. ~Moreover 357 Suppl, 92| Whether any gifts should be assigned to the blessed?~(2) Whether 358 Suppl, 92| of the soul are rightly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 359 Suppl, 92| Whether any gifts should be assigned as dowry to the blessed?~ 360 Suppl, 92| that no gifts should be assigned as dowry to the ~blessed. 361 Suppl, 92| Therefore no dowry should be assigned to that state.~Aquin.: SMT 362 Suppl, 92| dowry should be especially assigned thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP 363 Suppl, 92| which we treat ~now are assigned by reason of a spiritual 364 Suppl, 92| of the soul are suitably assigned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 365 Suppl, 92| same, and their number is ~assigned in the same way. For it 366 Suppl, 92| dowries of the soul are assigned to the mind.~Aquin.: SMT 367 Suppl, 93| three fruits are fittingly assigned to the three parts of ~continence?~( 368 Suppl, 93| three aureoles are fittingly assigned?~(12) Whether the virgin' 369 Suppl, 93| cannot be, since fruit is ~assigned to some to whom no aureole 370 Suppl, 93| some to whom no aureole is assigned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 371 Suppl, 93| but only that which is assigned to works of perfection, 372 Suppl, 93| three fruits are fittingly assigned to the three parts of ~continence?~ 373 Suppl, 93| three fruits are unfittingly assigned to the ~three parts of continence: 374 Suppl, 93| fruits of the Spirit are ~assigned, "charity, joy, peace," 375 Suppl, 93| special reward. Now the reward assigned ~to virgins, widows, and 376 Suppl, 93| three fruits are unfittingly assigned to the ~three aforesaid.~ 377 Suppl, 93| the thirtyfold fruit is assigned to married ~persons, because 378 Suppl, 93| the number 30 is fittingly assigned to married persons, in whom ~ 379 Suppl, 93| consequently a special reward is assigned ~to it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 380 Suppl, 93| three aureoles are fittingly assigned, those of virgins, of ~martyrs, 381 Suppl, 93| doctors are unfittingly assigned. For the aureole of martyrs 382 Suppl, 93| wherefore the three aureoles are assigned in ~accordance with the


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