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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | Supposing, however, that the aforesaid difference be considered 2 1, 13 | perfection. Therefore the aforesaid names signify the ~divine 3 1, 13 | name "God" in the three aforesaid significations is ~taken 4 1, 14 | things, as is clear from the ~aforesaid (Q[2], A[3]), God must necessarily 5 1, 14 | Hence according to the aforesaid mode, God would not know ~ 6 1, 23 | Hence the type ~of the aforesaid direction of a rational 7 1, 29 | person." Therefore all the aforesaid names seem ~to have the 8 1, 30 | must belong to both of the aforesaid persons; or ~one must belong 9 1, 36 | speaking to signify the aforesaid relations, as when ~we use 10 1, 37 | whereas as regards the aforesaid relation He is the bond 11 1, 48 | certain limit, neither is the aforesaid ~aptitude diminished or 12 1, 48 | infinitely multiplied, the aforesaid aptitude is also infinitely ~ 13 1, 48 | between us and ~God." Yet the aforesaid aptitude of the soul is 14 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The aforesaid aptitude is a medium between 15 1, 50 | the ~shedding form of the aforesaid rays may be terminated in 16 1, 57 | opinion does not ~escape the aforesaid implications; because, to 17 1, 75 | same would follow if the aforesaid substances ~were composed 18 1, 37 | whereas as regards the aforesaid relation He is the bond 19 1, 49 | certain limit, neither is the aforesaid ~aptitude diminished or 20 1, 49 | infinitely multiplied, the aforesaid aptitude is also infinitely ~ 21 1, 49 | between us and ~God." Yet the aforesaid aptitude of the soul is 22 1, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The aforesaid aptitude is a medium between 23 1, 51 | the ~shedding form of the aforesaid rays may be terminated in 24 1, 58 | opinion does not ~escape the aforesaid implications; because, to 25 1, 74 | same would follow if the aforesaid substances ~were composed 26 1, 84 | be nothing else than the aforesaid ~intelligible species.~Aquin.: 27 1, 88 | acquired must be partly in the aforesaid sensitive powers ~and partly 28 1, 88 | to the phantasms in the aforesaid sensitive powers. Hence 29 1, 88 | species received: and the aforesaid sensitive powers ~acquire 30 1, 117 | If on ~the other hand the aforesaid principle does not remain, 31 2, 3 | himself otherwise, to the aforesaid occupation, the ~latter 32 2, 6 | accordance with the two aforesaid modes of voluntary (A[3]). 33 2, 7 | consideration ~belongs, in all the aforesaid ways: since to him all the 34 2, 12 | is moved to each ~of the aforesaid absolutely and in itself. 35 2, 31 | iii, 3). Accordingly the aforesaid ~actions of the sensitive 36 2, 38 | effect, ~on account of the aforesaid contrariety.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 43 | from their objects, as the ~aforesaid things do from their forms. 38 2, 44 | tremble. Or else because the aforesaid members are more mobile. 39 2, 47 | produced in him by the motive aforesaid. ~Now it is evident that 40 2, 58 | happens sometimes that the aforesaid universal principle, known 41 2, 61 | one another. Therefore the aforesaid virtues are not ~distinct 42 2, 61 | way it is ~clear that the aforesaid virtues are distinct habits, 43 2, 61 | Philosopher, are not proper to the aforesaid virtues. They may, however, ~ 44 2, 61 | Q[59], A[5]) ~that the aforesaid virtues cannot be without 45 2, 63 | powers also, ~which the aforesaid sensitive powers assist. 46 2, 63 | whose power and rule the ~aforesaid good is established. On 47 2, 74 | movements, on account of the ~aforesaid corruption: but it is enough, 48 2, 77 | impediment arises in the aforesaid manner to the due action 49 2, 81 | were to be formed in ~the aforesaid manner, his flesh would 50 2, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the aforesaid powers are more infected 51 2, 83 | It would seem that the aforesaid powers are not more infected ~ 52 2, 83 | offspring, it belongs to the aforesaid powers ~proximately, and 53 2, 83 | the touch. ~Wherefore the aforesaid infection is ascribed to 54 2, 85 | otherwise by saying that the ~aforesaid inclination is to be considered 55 2, 89 | it is not free from the ~aforesaid sin of omission, unless 56 2, 93 | the eternal law in the way aforesaid, knows ~also the whole order 57 2, 99 | Therefore ~besides the aforesaid precepts, the Old Law should 58 2, 100 | are directed to both the aforesaid; and with this ~regard to 59 2, 102 | this was suitable for the aforesaid right ordering of man's ~ 60 2, 102 | of ~the temple before the aforesaid time; for three reasons 61 2, 102 | issuing from man in the aforesaid ways involves some unclean 62 2, 102 | could seldom avoid all the aforesaid uncleannesses, the result ~ 63 2, 103 | about these things, if ~the aforesaid ceremonies had been already 64 2, 103 | remedies for the removal of the aforesaid uncleannesses which ~were 65 2, 106 | is clearly shown that the aforesaid promise was fulfilled in 66 2, 108 | indifferent as regards the aforesaid, for instance, to eat of 67 2, 108 | for man to gain the end aforesaid, he ~does not need to renounce 68 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The aforesaid counsels, considered in 69 2, 109 | to beseech God for the ~aforesaid gift of perseverance, that 70 2, 111 | cooperating grace. Hence after the aforesaid words Augustine subjoins: ~" 71 2, 113 | state of injustice to the aforesaid state of ~justice. And it 72 2, 113 | as being contrary to the ~aforesaid justice, according to 1 73 2, 113 | than the movements of the ~aforesaid virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 113 | 1/2~I answer that, The aforesaid four things required for 75 2, 114 | what is related to the ~aforesaid movement as principle. Hence 76 2, 114 | which is the term of the aforesaid movement falls under merit; ~ 77 2, 4 | Divine truth, ~whereas the aforesaid three virtues are based 78 2, 4 | whereas the objects of the aforesaid three virtues are not. ~ 79 2, 8 | intellectual power. Therefore the aforesaid beatitude does ~not respond 80 2, 8 | purified. ~Therefore the aforesaid beatitude is related to 81 2, 9 | Anima i, 5). Therefore the aforesaid beatitude does not ~suitably 82 2, 9 | gladness." Therefore the aforesaid ~beatitude does not suitably 83 2, 9 | iii, 9). Therefore the ~aforesaid beatitude is not suitably 84 2, 14 | impeding their operation in the aforesaid manner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 85 2, 15 | precepts pertaining to the aforesaid, and under ~this head there 86 2, 15 | was not fitting that the aforesaid precepts ~should be placed 87 2, 18 | be heavy." Therefore the aforesaid division of fear is ~insufficient.~ 88 2, 22 | the form on all, in the aforesaid ~manner.~Aquin.: SMT SS 89 2, 23 | this is said because the aforesaid acts dispose man to receive 90 2, 23 | progressing charity: and so the aforesaid degrees are unsuitably ~ 91 2, 23 | charity, are comprised in the aforesaid three, even as every ~division 92 2, 25 | with ~another in whom the aforesaid good resides in totality.~ 93 2, 25 | being a partaker of the aforesaid good, and loves his ~neighbor 94 2, 26 | without presupposing the aforesaid union of the ~affections 95 2, 26 | and this belongs to the ~aforesaid union of the affections.~ 96 2, 30 | the poor." Therefore ~the aforesaid almsdeeds are suitably enumerated 97 2, 30 | 1/2~I answer that, The aforesaid distinction of almsdeeds 98 2, 30 | purpose of relieving the aforesaid needs: ~hence there was 99 2, 33 | sin, and has the daughters aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] A[ 100 2, 34 | capital sin and assigns the aforesaid daughters ~thereto. ~Aquin.: 101 2, 41 | weakened." Therefore the aforesaid definition of scandal ~is 102 2, 41 | without ~prejudice to the aforesaid threefold truth, else whoever 103 2, 49 | middle term. Hence both the aforesaid ~processes are contrary 104 2, 51 | for the direction of the aforesaid three acts of reason, it ~ 105 2, 51 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the aforesaid vices arise from lust?~Aquin.: 106 2, 51 | It would seem that the aforesaid vices do not arise from 107 2, 51 | xxxi, 45). Therefore the aforesaid vices do ~not arise from 108 2, 51 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the aforesaid vices are connected with 109 2, 51 | carnal ~vices. Therefore the aforesaid vices arise from spiritual 110 2, 51 | Moral. xxxi, 45) that the aforesaid ~vices arise from lust. ~ 111 2, 51 | objects. Wherefore, since the aforesaid vices involve a defect ~ 112 2, 53 | vainglory. Therefore the aforesaid vices seem to arise from 113 2, 53 | and fraud. Therefore the ~aforesaid vices arise not only from 114 2, 53 | covetousness. Therefore the aforesaid vices arise chiefly from ~ 115 2, 53 | its ~act: whereas in the aforesaid vices there is some use 116 2, 53 | magnanimity, it follows that the aforesaid vices which make use of 117 2, 53 | contrary to the use of the aforesaid ~vices, though these use 118 2, 56 | 1/3 ~I answer that, The aforesaid definition of justice is 119 2, 56 | part of virtue. Now the aforesaid justice, according to the ~ 120 2, 56 | virtue." ~Therefore the aforesaid justice is essentially the 121 2, 56 | to the common good by the aforesaid legal ~justice, which though 122 2, 56 | there is disorder in the aforesaid operations: thus sexual ~ 123 2, 61 | the vices opposed to the aforesaid parts of ~justice. First 124 2, 63 | aggravated by the fact that the aforesaid injuries are ~perpetrated 125 2, 63 | aggravated by the fact that the ~aforesaid injuries are perpetrated 126 2, 69 | poor, but only when the aforesaid circumstances concur, else ~ 127 2, 74 | aggravate or extenuate the aforesaid vices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 128 2, 78 | which Tully omits in the aforesaid enumeration because there ~ 129 2, 86 | divine solemnity, as the ~aforesaid vows have, even when they 130 2, 92 | but also to the others ~aforesaid, is due and good in itself, 131 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 1: In all the aforesaid there is the same general, 132 2, 97 | sins against any one of the aforesaid incurs the crime of ~sacrilege.~ 133 2, 97 | of holiness in all the ~aforesaid: wherefore the diversity 134 2, 102 | evident that the persons ~aforesaid did not sin, either by obeying 135 2, 108 | Therefore it seems ~that the aforesaid division of lies is inadequate.~ 136 2, 108 | divided into the three kinds aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 137 2, 113 | the vices opposed to the aforesaid virtue: (1) ~Flattery, and ( 138 2, 113 | this will belong to the aforesaid virtue of friendship. But 139 2, 114 | which is opposed to ~the aforesaid friendship or affability, 140 2, 115 | it is directed to all the aforesaid goods. For by reason of 141 2, 116 | Therefore it seems that the aforesaid enumeration is ~insufficient.~ 142 2, 116 | are reducible to the seven aforesaid. For lying ~and false witnessing 143 2, 120 | Therefore it seems that the aforesaid precepts are unfittingly ~ 144 2, 121 | requisite, whereby to resist the aforesaid difficulty even as a man, 145 2, 126 | Macrobius reckons the four aforesaid mentioned by Tully, ~namely " 146 2, 127 | the part of either of the aforesaid, it follows that ~properly 147 2, 139 | from the absence of the aforesaid pleasures.~Aquin.: SMT SS 148 2, 146 | distinguished ~according to the aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 149 2, 150 | consists in freedom from the aforesaid corruption, it ~follows 150 2, 150 | of virginity, namely ~the aforesaid integrity of the flesh: 151 2, 151 | is incompatible with the aforesaid pleasure. For it is ~not 152 2, 151 | foolish talking." There the ~aforesaid enumeration would seem to 153 2, 152 | order of gravity in the aforesaid sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 154 2, 152 | diversify the species. ~Now the aforesaid division is made with regard 155 2, 152 | reckoned together with the aforesaid: for it is written (Gal. ~ 156 2, 152 | 1/1~On the contrary, The aforesaid division is given in the 157 2, 152 | above (OBJ[1]) that the aforesaid species are assigned with 158 2, 152 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: The aforesaid diversity of matter is connected 159 2, 152 | the least ~grievous of the aforesaid species.~Aquin.: SMT SS 160 2, 152 | disturbed so as to induce the ~aforesaid result. Sometimes this is 161 2, 155 | contrary, According to the aforesaid definition of Seneca (OBJ[ 162 2, 155 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the aforesaid virtues are parts of temperance?~ 163 2, 155 | It would seem that the aforesaid virtues are not parts of ~ 164 2, 156 | are not referable to the aforesaid species. ~Therefore it seems 165 2, 156 | coincide with the three aforesaid. For "wrath" he describes ~ 166 2, 156 | ii, 16). Therefore the aforesaid division assigned by the 167 2, 156 | 1/2~I answer that, The aforesaid distinction may be referred 168 2, 156 | of consideration in the ~aforesaid species.~Aquin.: SMT SS 169 2, 159 | virtues. Therefore in the aforesaid degrees, those which concern 170 2, 159 | treated." Therefore the aforesaid degrees would seem to be 171 2, 159 | righteousness." Therefore ~the aforesaid degrees would seem to be 172 2, 159 | not possible to assign the aforesaid degrees to humility.~Aquin.: 173 2, 159 | Ecclus. 19:26). Wherefore the aforesaid degrees of humility ~include 174 2, 159 | in respect of which the aforesaid ~degrees are assigned, but 175 2, 160 | with pride. Therefore ~the aforesaid division does not sufficiently 176 2, 162 | corruption which ends in the aforesaid privation. Now we may speak 177 2, 162 | befitting a nature bereft of the aforesaid ~favor: and this as regards 178 2, 162 | barrenness, which outweighs the ~aforesaid punishments. Likewise whoever 179 2, 172 | are not ~included in the aforesaid division. Therefore it is 180 2, 178 | in addition to the ~three aforesaid, vision [speculatio] belongs 181 2, 181 | no connection with the ~aforesaid difference of beginning, 182 2, 182 | it is ~required that the aforesaid obligation be imposed with 183 2, 182 | employed together with the aforesaid profession, ~according to 184 2, 183 | definitively refuse the aforesaid office of government in 185 2, 183 | distinction is made in the aforesaid goods, ~their distribution 186 2, 184 | perfection ~that the three aforesaid, namely poverty, continence, 187 2, 184 | OBJ 2: Further, the three aforesaid come under the religious 188 2, 184 | are directed to the three ~aforesaid principal vows; for if any 189 2, 184 | chiefly the three things aforesaid, namely poverty, ~continence, 190 2, 184 | essentially in the three aforesaid things. Hence in certain 191 2, 185 | themselves publicly to the aforesaid ~spiritual works are thereby 192 2, 186 | contemplative life. Hence in the aforesaid Decretal, De ~Postulando, 193 2, 186 | stated ~above (A[1]). Now the aforesaid actions are not proper to 194 2, 186 | for the ~purpose of the aforesaid actions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 195 2, 186 | faithful by exercising the aforesaid acts gratuitously, and without ~ 196 2, 186 | corresponds to ~the three aforesaid degrees of religious life. 197 2, 186 | undertaken without ~the aforesaid practice, it is fraught 198 2, 187 | these things, namely the ~aforesaid order, binding himself by 199 2, 187 | authority we ~command that the aforesaid priest be admitted to his 200 3, 2 | holding the mean between the aforesaid ~positions, does not affirm 201 3, 3 | suppositum. Therefore the aforesaid hypothesis is impossible.~ 202 3, 4 | the angelic nature the aforesaid fitness of need is wanting. 203 3, 6 | the formal ~medium in the aforesaid union.~ 204 3, 7 | Christ, ~because of the aforesaid reason.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 205 3, 7 | effect, both because of ~the aforesaid infinity of grace, and because 206 3, 10 | must consider each of the aforesaid knowledges. Since, however, ~ 207 3, 16 | apart. Therefore, since the ~aforesaid proposition is affirmative, 208 3, 19 | above (Q[18], A[1]), the aforesaid heretics ~who placed one 209 3, 24 | This argument considers the aforesaid act of the ~predestinator.~ 210 3, 30 | and from this results the aforesaid disturbance: thus, also, 211 3, 32 | holy men, on account of the aforesaid fashioning, are called the 212 3, 33 | birth. Wherefore in the aforesaid number are ~foreshadowed 213 3, 44 | astonished so as to make the aforesaid observations about ~this 214 3, 49 | united to Christ in the aforesaid manner.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 215 3, 49 | crucified Christ in the aforesaid manner (A[1], ad ~4).~Aquin.: 216 3, 54 | body of A[3] (A[2] in ~the aforesaid editions), that the order 217 3, 55 | should be held ~fast in the aforesaid way, "until the Sacrament 218 3, 58 | this is ~signified in the aforesaid sitting; nevertheless such 219 3, 58 | Father or of the Son, in the aforesaid sense, although by a kind 220 3, 60 | signifies the three things ~aforesaid, inasmuch as by being in 221 3, 60 | way as to omit one of the aforesaid names," ~i.e. of the Father, 222 3, 66 | while omitting one of the aforesaid names," viz. of the three 223 3, 67 | extreme urgency, when the aforesaid are a ~long way off."~Aquin.: 224 3, 68 | but delayed until the ~aforesaid seasons.~Aquin.: SMT TP 225 3, 69 | us, so also ~are both the aforesaid defects diminished, so that 226 3, 70 | to externals, ~than the aforesaid. And for this reason the 227 3, 70 | 1/1~On the contrary, The aforesaid rite of circumcision is 228 3, 75 | From this authority the aforesaid heretics have taken ~occasion 229 3, 75 | Hence it is clear that the aforesaid opinion is false.~Aquin.: 230 3, 75 | after air); and that the aforesaid terms are not coexistent.~ 231 3, 75 | because in no one of the aforesaid three things are ~the extremes 232 3, 76 | with that thing wherein the aforesaid conversion is terminated. 233 3, 77 | made between each of the aforesaid ~corruptions; because, when 234 3, 77 | after the ~generation of the aforesaid things. Hence this opinion 235 3, 77 | And in this ~sense the aforesaid position might be held.~ 236 3, 77 | can be generated ~from the aforesaid dimensive quantity of the 237 3, 77 | that after such mixing the aforesaid species ~are corrupted entirely 238 3, 77 | Pope Innocent says in the aforesaid Decretal, "if after ~the 239 3, 78 | others. Therefore, if the ~aforesaid words be the form of this 240 3, 78 | blood. ~Consequently, the aforesaid words are not the form of 241 3, 78 | accomplished by uttering the aforesaid words, while leaving out 242 3, 78 | were to pronounce only ~the aforesaid words with the intention 243 3, 78 | must be said that all the aforesaid words belong to the ~substance 244 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~Whether in the aforesaid words of the forms there 245 3, 78 | 1: It seems that in the aforesaid words of the forms there 246 3, 78 | any created power of the aforesaid words.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 247 3, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the aforesaid words are not simple, but 248 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The aforesaid words, which work the consecration, 249 3, 78 | word. And therefore the aforesaid words have this ~power in 250 3, 78 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the aforesaid expressions are true? ~Aquin.: 251 3, 78 | OBJ 1: It seems that the aforesaid expressions are not true. 252 3, 78 | hence ~neither does the aforesaid sentence mean this.~Aquin.: 253 3, 78 | one must understand ~the aforesaid expression with reference 254 3, 80 | be weighed regarding the ~aforesaid movements: one on account 255 3, 80 | which follows after the ~aforesaid movements, especially when 256 3, 80 | like the uncleanness of the aforesaid movements, then from a ~ 257 3, 83 | chalice should be made of the ~aforesaid materials.~Aquin.: SMT TP 258 3, 83 | ought to result ~from the aforesaid teaching. But the people 259 3, 84 | bestowed and safeguarded by the aforesaid sacraments, ~so that it 260 3, 85 | to the other ~sacraments aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] A[ 261 3, 86 | to something else in the aforesaid ~manner, together with a 262 3, 88 | ingratitude in respect of ~the aforesaid sins is not the chief cause 263 3, 89 | grace together with the aforesaid movement of the free-will, ~ 264 3, 89 | Qual. Ordinand.): "If the aforesaid crimes are not proved by 265 3, 90 | which is his form. But the aforesaid three, ~being the acts of 266 Suppl, 1 | a punishment, viz. the aforesaid sorrow, because the concupiscible 267 Suppl, 3 | when this is increased the aforesaid displeasure is ~increased 268 Suppl, 7 | other of ~the five things aforesaid, as may be seen by anyone 269 Suppl, 12| and its causes. Yet the aforesaid are not ~sufficient causes 270 Suppl, 14| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the aforesaid works avail for the mitigation 271 Suppl, 14| It would seem that the aforesaid works do not avail for the ~ 272 Suppl, 14| is hindered; and thus the aforesaid works diminish the pain 273 Suppl, 15| which, as we have ~said, the aforesaid works of satisfaction correspond.~ 274 Suppl, 17| for the removal of the aforesaid obstacle is bestowed on 275 Suppl, 17| admitted to heaven. Hence the aforesaid ~definition of the key gives 276 Suppl, 19| the ~keys remains in the aforesaid, for, since it is only conferred 277 Suppl, 19| lose it on account of the ~aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 278 Suppl, 25| into consideration all the ~aforesaid conditions, as, for example, 279 Suppl, 29| this is not ~done in the aforesaid words. Therefore it is not 280 Suppl, 30| remits in respect of the aforesaid weakness which ~some call 281 Suppl, 34| be contact between the ~aforesaid material objects and the 282 Suppl, 34| presented to him. Therefore the aforesaid material objects ~are not 283 Suppl, 36| Orders, and to whom the aforesaid ~words are addressed.~Aquin.: 284 Suppl, 36| holy life. Therefore the ~aforesaid knowledge is not required 285 Suppl, 37| not distinguished by the aforesaid ~hierarchical actions, since 286 Suppl, 38| of the bishop when the ~aforesaid things - the cruet rather 287 Suppl, 39| all the ministers of the aforesaid sacrament ought ~to be conformed, 288 Suppl, 41| venial sin. Therefore the ~aforesaid act cannot be meritorious.~ 289 Suppl, 41| is meritorious. Now the aforesaid act is an ~act of justice, 290 Suppl, 44| such is the relation of the aforesaid joining to this sacrament), 291 Suppl, 45| consented to, namely the aforesaid union, whereas it is more 292 Suppl, 49| excused from sin by the aforesaid goods?~(5) Whether it can 293 Suppl, 49| overpowering the reason as in the aforesaid action, both because the ~ 294 Suppl, 49| marriage act is excused by the aforesaid goods?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 295 Suppl, 49| excused ~from sin by the aforesaid goods. For whoever allows 296 Suppl, 49| marriage goods. Therefore the aforesaid ~goods do not suffice to 297 Suppl, 49| and it is thus that the ~aforesaid goods are said to excuse 298 Suppl, 49| Thus it is ~clear that the aforesaid goods sufficiently excuse 299 Suppl, 49| person is moved to ~the aforesaid act by the natural appetite 300 Suppl, 49| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the aforesaid act does not differ from 301 Suppl, 49| fornication ~except in the aforesaid goods. But the act of fornication 302 Suppl, 49| unless it be excused ~by the aforesaid goods.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 303 Suppl, 50| of marriage by any of the aforesaid laws. Nor does the ~comparison 304 Suppl, 50| 7: When we say that the aforesaid impediments annul marriage ~ 305 Suppl, 55| there results in him the aforesaid relation through the movement 306 Suppl, 55| Rm. 7:2). ~Therefore the aforesaid affinity ceases also.~Aquin.: 307 Suppl, 55| lasting tie, so is the ~aforesaid kind of affinity.~Aquin.: 308 Suppl, 55| she ought to sever the aforesaid union.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 309 Suppl, 55| diocese ~at the time of the aforesaid publication, or if for some 310 Suppl, 57| not unreasonable that the aforesaid tie cease, for ~instance 311 Suppl, 58| contract. Therefore the ~aforesaid incest does also.~Aquin.: 312 Suppl, 58| included under any of the aforesaid ~impediments (Q[50]), and 313 Suppl, 58| required perfection before the aforesaid age, so that nature ~and 314 Suppl, 58| marital intercourse before the aforesaid age, their ~marriage is 315 Suppl, 59| again. On the other hand the aforesaid ~tie is not dissolved by 316 Suppl, 61| marital intercourse the aforesaid delivery is completed, because 317 Suppl, 62| to have ~recourse to the aforesaid punishment in order to correct 318 Suppl, 64| they are not equal in the aforesaid act.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] 319 Suppl, 64| other's consent take the aforesaid vow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] 320 Suppl, 64| wedding ~celebrated at the aforesaid times, those who have done 321 Suppl, 65| animals. Thus we have the aforesaid ~definition, namely: "Natural 322 Suppl, 65| other ~circumstances, the aforesaid conclusions do not proceed 323 Suppl, 65| time when it behooved the aforesaid precept not to be ~observed, 324 Suppl, 66| Therefore neither does he by the aforesaid kind of bigamy.~Aquin.: 325 Suppl, 66| contracted by reason of the ~aforesaid kind of bigamy.~Aquin.: 326 Suppl, 67| of the New Law, ~when the aforesaid permission was recalled. 327 Suppl, 69| hell in respect ~of the aforesaid quality of the places, there 328 Suppl, 70| Whether the acts of the aforesaid powers remain in the soul? ~( 329 Suppl, 70| subject remains. But the aforesaid view is ~false, for since 330 Suppl, 70| affection were the ~act of the aforesaid powers, but in the sense 331 Suppl, 70| the fire in ~the manner aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] A[ 332 Suppl, 70| Accordingly we must unite all the aforesaid modes together, in order 333 Suppl, 71| punishment. Moreover, the aforesaid ~opinion is presumptuous, 334 Suppl, 71| expressions ~quoted in the aforesaid authorities. Now "God changes 335 Suppl, 71| And consequently the three aforesaid are more ~profitable to 336 Suppl, 72| xiii), where he quotes the ~aforesaid authority, and the following 337 Suppl, 72| but to the end that the ~aforesaid order in things be observed.~ 338 Suppl, 72| xvii) in explanation of the aforesaid words of Daniel: "The lofty 339 Suppl, 72| substantial forms remain, for the aforesaid ~qualities to be changed, 340 Suppl, 72| of sin did not reach the aforesaid space. Nor can the elements 341 Suppl, 72| is a disposition to the aforesaid renewal, as stated ~above ( 342 Suppl, 74| been misled to reckon the aforesaid time have so far proved 343 Suppl, 74| equal number of days as the aforesaid ~number. Again the number 344 Suppl, 75| in necessaries. Now the aforesaid ashes cannot be ~reunited 345 Suppl, 75| natural inclination to the aforesaid reunion.~Aquin.: SMT XP 346 Suppl, 76| Some of them ~fell into the aforesaid opinions of the philosophers: 347 Suppl, 77| individual, and this reaches the aforesaid perfection in ~number and 348 Suppl, 78| subtraction of something from the ~aforesaid quantity: the measure whereof 349 Suppl, 78| partake of food) for the aforesaid motive. Hence the argument 350 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The aforesaid operations do not belong 351 Suppl, 79| and is no other than the aforesaid reception of species, ~the 352 Suppl, 80| is incompatible with the aforesaid rarity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 353 Suppl, 80| Hence others say that the aforesaid completeness by reason of 354 Suppl, 80| be empty. Secondly their aforesaid argument does not ~avail, 355 Suppl, 80| retains the necessity of ~the aforesaid distinction, as the Philosopher 356 Suppl, 80| cause the necessity of ~the aforesaid distinction, because matter 357 Suppl, 80| subject of dimension, the aforesaid necessity ~results in placed 358 Suppl, 80| nowise removes from it the aforesaid ~necessity of occupying 359 Suppl, 81| movement requires in the aforesaid proportion of the mover 360 Suppl, 83| general resurrection the two aforesaid modes ~of incorruptibility 361 Suppl, 83| the ~damned can, like the aforesaid animals, remain in the fire 362 Suppl, 86| poverty disposes a man to the aforesaid manner of judging. For ~ 363 Suppl, 86| the disposition to the ~aforesaid perfection. Hence also it 364 Suppl, 87| merited it. Hence in the ~aforesaid vision it is further stated ( 365 Suppl, 88| which is unbecoming to ~the aforesaid renewal.~Aquin.: SMT XP 366 Suppl, 89| uncreated substance in the aforesaid manner. Yet ~this medium 367 Suppl, 90| than on the degrees of the aforesaid virtue.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 368 Suppl, 92| men, on account of the ~aforesaid lack of likeness.~Aquin.: 369 Suppl, 92| joy": and consequently the aforesaid dowries are ~reckoned unsuitably.~ 370 Suppl, 92| praise should be added to the aforesaid dowries.~Aquin.: SMT XP 371 Suppl, 92| dowries rather than the aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 372 Suppl, 92| Reply OBJ 7: The five things aforesaid mentioned by Boethius are 373 Suppl, 93| unfittingly assigned to the ~three aforesaid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 374 Suppl, 93| according to the order of the aforesaid ~joints and contacts.~Aquin.: 375 Suppl, 93| will, on account of the aforesaid intensity, must needs undergo ~ 376 Suppl, 93| many ~aureoles besides the aforesaid three.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 377 Appen1, 2| Moreover, granted that the aforesaid defect diminish concupiscence ~


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