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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | account of their having so thought and ~written, whatever may 2 1, 2 | which nothing greater can be thought, seeing ~that some have 3 1, 2 | nothing greater can be thought, nevertheless, it does not 4 1, 2 | which nothing greater can be thought; and this precisely is not 5 1, 5 | idea, which is prior in thought?~(3) Granted that being 6 1, 5 | nevertheless since they differ in thought, they are not predicated 7 1, 10 | of ~them, as some others thought. Others said that all spiritual 8 1, 10 | Hier. x) seems to have thought so, when he said that among 9 1, 11 | of "being" as undivided, thought that the same ~applied to 10 1, 11 | composed of unities, they thought that numbers were the substances 11 1, 11 | a species of ~quantity), thought that the "one" convertible 12 1, 12 | and incomprehensible in ~thought" (Jer. 32:18,19). Therefore 13 1, 14 | passive; whether in power of ~thought or of imagination, or of 14 1, 14 | therefore can be made, or thought, or said by the creature, 15 1, 14 | opinions, as ~if we first thought that anyone was sitting, 16 1, 14 | sitting, and afterwards thought that ~he was not sitting; 17 1, 16 | thing is or is not, that our thought or word is true or ~false, 18 1, 16 | Truth is the equation of thought and thing" is applicable 19 1, 16 | Philosopher says that a thought or a word is true "from 20 1, 16 | truth is the ~equation of thought and thing. Now just as the 21 1, 17 | represented by ~word or thought that is false. In this respect 22 1, 19 | Philosophers in their vanity have thought fit to attribute ~contingent 23 1, 19 | of the evil that I have thought to do to them" (Jer. 18: 24 1, 19 | end; and this ~order they thought was expressed in the words " 25 1, 22 | simultaneously; because the ~thought of evil sometimes perverts 26 1, 23 | the opinion of Origen, who thought that the souls of men ~were 27 1, 23 | it in a ~composite sense, thought, absolutely speaking, God 28 1, 23 | opinion of the Egyptians, who thought ~that the divine ordination, 29 1, 25 | manner of the heathen, who thought that men became gods, like 30 1, 29 | occasion of error, it was thought preferable to use "subsistence" 31 1, 29 | to mean, not discursive thought, but in a general sense, 32 1, 29 | Para. 2/4~Hence some have thought that this word "person" 33 1, 30 | incommunicable." Others thought it to be a community of 34 1, 33 | not so, as some wrongly thought; for in ~God the relation 35 1, 34 | Spirit nothing but to see by thought." But knowledge and ~thought, 36 1, 34 | thought." But knowledge and ~thought, and sight, are essential 37 1, 34 | sounded, but also before ~thought has clothed it with imaginary 38 1, 34 | speak" is in God ~"to see by thought," forasmuch as the Word 39 1, 34 | the gaze of ~the divine thought. Still the term "thought" 40 1, 34 | thought. Still the term "thought" does not properly apply 41 1, 34 | Word of God, and not of the Thought of God, lest we believe ~ 42 1, 34 | it were formless." ~For thought consists properly in the 43 1, 34 | Anselm ~(Monol. lx) takes "thought" in an improper sense for " 44 1, 39 | Trinity of persons," some have thought that in God essence and 45 1, 39 | considered as existing in the thought or in the thing ~itself. 46 1, 40 | persons; ~and these have thought thus owing to the mode of 47 1, 42 | is said (Phil. 2:6): "He thought it not robbery to ~be equal 48 1, 44 | mode in reality as the thought of it has in our understanding. 49 1, 48 | opinion of ~Pythagoreans, who thought that evil was a kind of 50 1, 49 | of its own nature, they thought that ~the very nature of 51 1, 50 | between sense and intellect, ~thought that nothing existed in 52 1, 51 | consequently some seem to have thought ~that there were no incorporeal 53 1, 52 | point; consequently they ~thought that an angel could be only 54 1, 53 | But our ~soul by taking thought can pass from one extreme 55 1, 53 | not applied to the things ~thought of, but rather the things 56 1, 53 | of, but rather the things thought of are in it. So there is 57 1, 57 | I answer that, A secret thought can be known in two ways: 58 1, 57 | is the ~more hidden. For thought is sometimes discovered 59 1, 57 | but even when conceived in thought, when the ~soul expresses 60 1, 57 | the present life one man's thought is not known by ~another 61 1, 57 | he knows what is in the thought or ~will: because the intellect 62 1, 63 | beginning," "he is not to be thought of as ~sinning from the 63 1, 63 | very instant when he takes thought; and in the ~last instant 64 1, 66 | Setting aside, then, in ~thought, the separate substance 65 1, 39 | Trinity of persons," some have thought that in God essence and 66 1, 39 | considered as existing in the thought or in the thing ~itself. 67 1, 40 | persons; ~and these have thought thus owing to the mode of 68 1, 42 | is said (Phil. 2:6): "He thought it not robbery to ~be equal 69 1, 45 | mode in reality as the thought of it has in our understanding. 70 1, 49 | opinion of ~Pythagoreans, who thought that evil was a kind of 71 1, 50 | of its own nature, they thought that ~the very nature of 72 1, 51 | between sense and intellect, ~thought that nothing existed in 73 1, 52 | consequently some seem to have thought ~that there were no incorporeal 74 1, 53 | point; consequently they ~thought that an angel could be only 75 1, 54 | But our ~soul by taking thought can pass from one extreme 76 1, 54 | not applied to the things ~thought of, but rather the things 77 1, 54 | of, but rather the things thought of are in it. So there is 78 1, 58 | I answer that, A secret thought can be known in two ways: 79 1, 58 | is the ~more hidden. For thought is sometimes discovered 80 1, 58 | but even when conceived in thought, when the ~soul expresses 81 1, 58 | the present life one man's thought is not known by ~another 82 1, 58 | he knows what is in the thought or ~will: because the intellect 83 1, 64 | beginning," "he is not to be thought of as ~sinning from the 84 1, 64 | very instant when he takes thought; and in the ~last instant 85 1, 67 | Setting aside, then, in ~thought, the separate substance 86 1, 78 | phronesis if dilated ~makes thought, that is, orderly internal 87 1, 83 | the natures of things, ~thought there was nothing in the 88 1, 83 | kind of similitude, he ~thought that the form of the thing 89 1, 83 | known ~by like." But they thought that the form of the thing 90 1, 83 | principle; so that ~those who thought fire to be the principle 91 1, 83 | affected by the sensible, they thought that all our knowledge is 92 1, 84 | man, or a horse, can be thought of apart from the ~individualizing 93 1, 84 | 2~Reply OBJ 2: Some have thought that the species of a natural 94 1, 84 | principle of existence, as Plato thought: since at times we ~know 95 1, 84 | certain equality between thought and thing, is not subject ~ 96 1, 89 | their bodies: because he thought that all ~spiritual substances, 97 1, 90 | 2~Reply OBJ 3: Some have thought that man's body was formed 98 1, 92 | remarks, lest it should be ~thought that both sexes were united 99 1, 92 | Trin. xii, 5), some have thought that the image of God was 100 1, 92 | cannot exist without ~actual thought," as Augustine says (De 101 1, 92 | which we possess, by actual ~thought we form an internal word; 102 1, 92 | be ~there without actual thought (for we think everything 103 1, 92 | understand ~with actual thought; and by will, love, or dilection 104 1, 93 | serpent speaking, because she thought that he had ~received the 105 1, 93 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The woman thought that the serpent had received 106 1, 109 | Augustine says "It is not to be thought, that this ~visible matter 107 1, 110 | inasmuch ~as he incites to thought, by the desire of the things 108 1, 110 | the desire of the things thought of, by way ~of persuasion, 109 1, 113 | proper office to tempt: for ~thought at times man tempts thus, 110 1, 114 | virtues of natural things, thought ~not called "virtues" [rationes] 111 2, 5 | De Trin. xiii, 4), "some ~thought that Happiness consists 112 2, 12 | gaze of the soul's inner thought." ~Therefore intention is 113 2, 12 | end, not as though they ~thought that they can gain the end 114 2, 15 | but consent to delight in ~thought belongs to the lower reason, 115 2, 32 | sadness; and yet the mere thought of it gives pleasure. The ~ 116 2, 32 | cause is other ~than he had thought it to be. [*According to 117 2, 32 | that he ~is other than he thought himself to be.]~Aquin.: 118 2, 34 | says: "The end of care and thought is the ~pleasure which each 119 2, 35 | contrary in the order of thought; indeed ~rather is one contrary 120 2, 35 | expression of the inward thought and desire, not only in 121 2, 38 | contrary movements. For the ~thought of the friend's death or 122 2, 40 | what he had previously thought impossible; so, conversely, 123 2, 40 | that which hitherto he had thought ~possible. Accordingly experience 124 2, 40 | difficult but possible. For the thought of its being ~difficult 125 2, 40 | our attention; while the thought that it is possible is ~ 126 2, 42 | fear through being much thought about.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 127 2, 44 | certain fear "drives away all ~thought, and dislocates the mind," 128 2, 45 | danger on ~account of a mere thought giving rise to hope and 129 2, 48 | pleasant to dwell ~on the thought of what he desires; wherefore 130 2, 48 | he takes pleasure in the ~thought and hope of vengeance. Consequently 131 2, 48 | he acts openly, without thought of ~hiding himself. This 132 2, 50 | has a facility of memory, thought or ~imagination: wherefore 133 2, 50 | I answer that, Some have thought that there are no habits 134 2, 59 | to a wise man: for they thought that, just ~as man's only 135 2, 63 | those, for ~instance, who thought that corporeal forms originated 136 2, 66 | indivisible point, as the Stoics thought; but it is enough that he ~ 137 2, 68 | conception ~of heavenly thought, the seven virtues of the 138 2, 71 | indistinguishable, except in thought." For whenever ~a man is 139 2, 72 | fittingly divided into sins of thought, word, and deed?~Aquin.: 140 2, 72 | unfittingly divided into sins of ~thought, word, and deed. For Augustine ( 141 2, 72 | bait," which is the sin of thought; the second stage is reached " 142 2, 72 | with the mere pleasure of thought"; and the third stage, ~" 143 2, 72 | three belong to the sin of ~thought. Therefore it is unfitting 144 2, 72 | unfitting to reckon sin of thought as one kind ~of sin.~Aquin.: 145 2, 72 | unless there precede ~sin of thought. Therefore these sins do 146 2, 72 | we sin, it is either by ~thought, or word, or deed."~Aquin.: 147 2, 72 | these three, viz. sins of ~thought, word, and deed, not as 148 2, 72 | it ~were, in the sin of thought; the second degree is the 149 2, 72 | into a declaration of his thought; while ~the third degree 150 2, 72 | is at first disturbed in thought, then ~he breaks out into 151 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 1: All sins of thought have the common note of 152 2, 72 | consummation of ~the inward thought which is principally intended, 153 2, 72 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sin of thought and sin of word are not 154 2, 74 | no further than the mere thought of the ~pleasure, I deem 155 2, 74 | x, 3,5). ~Now the inward thought is one thing, and the outward 156 2, 74 | consequent to the act ~of inward thought, differs in goodness and 157 2, 74 | fornication, as much as the inward thought differs from the outward 158 2, 74 | either hand. ~But the inward thought is not a mortal sin, nor 159 2, 74 | is the consent to that ~thought: and therefore neither is 160 2, 74 | delectation ~resulting from the thought of murder. Much less therefore 161 2, 74 | delectation resulting from the thought of ~fornication.~Aquin.: 162 2, 74 | are deemed mere sins of thought, since without the ~will 163 2, 74 | thinks and delights in his thought, in so ~far as his thought 164 2, 74 | thought, in so ~far as his thought pleases him; while at other 165 2, 74 | consequent to an action, e.g. a thought, has for its object another ~ 166 2, 74 | being the object of his thought; and then his thought proceeds ~ 167 2, 74 | his thought; and then his thought proceeds ~from the inclination 168 2, 74 | appetite, not indeed to the thought, but to ~the action thought 169 2, 74 | thought, but to ~the action thought of. Accordingly a man who 170 2, 74 | two things: first, in the thought itself, ~secondly, in the 171 2, 74 | secondly, in the fornication thought of. Now the delectation 172 2, 74 | the delectation in the ~thought itself results from the 173 2, 74 | of the appetite to the ~thought; and the thought itself 174 2, 74 | to the ~thought; and the thought itself is not in itself 175 2, 74 | delectation in respect of the ~thought of fornication is not a 176 2, 74 | sin to consent to such a thought. In this sense the first ~ 177 2, 74 | takes pleasure in the act ~thought of, is due to his desire 178 2, 74 | take ~pleasure in a useless thought about fornication, is a 179 2, 74 | delectation which has the ~thought for its object.~Aquin.: 180 2, 74 | complacency in ~an act of murder thought of, is a mortal sin also: 181 2, 74 | from complacency in the thought of murder.~Aquin.: SMT FS 182 2, 77 | so and so, yet his inner ~thought is that he must do it, as 183 2, 85 | Vulgate: 'The imagination and ~thought of man's heart are prone 184 2, 87 | refrain from sin through the ~thought of those punishments, according 185 2, 88 | unfitness, so that he has no thought of getting drunk, for in 186 2, 89 | But ~he would not have thought this unless he could have 187 2, 97 | the interior movement and thought of human reason. Wherefore 188 2, 98 | opinion of the people, who ~thought that Moses was speaking 189 2, 100 | it is possible to sin in thought ~or in deed. But in some 190 2, 100 | prohibition of the ~sin of thought, when it is said, "Thou 191 2, 100 | deed, or by word, or by thought. By deed, harm is done to 192 2, 100 | neighbor": harm done by thought is forbidden in the words, " 193 2, 100 | to proscribe, not sins of thought, but ~only sins of deed.~ 194 2, 100 | actions. But ~actions of thought precede actions of word 195 2, 100 | word; and by word than by ~thought. And among sins of deed, 196 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 3: Although sin of thought stands first in the order 197 2, 102 | coming together with the thought that the ~place was set 198 2, 103 | sacred things, because they ~thought that the honor due to God 199 2, 107 | the Scribes and Pharisees thought to ~refer only to the exterior 200 2, 107 | interpretation of the ~Pharisees, who thought that man ought to abstain 201 2, 107 | ancient books. Yet, since they thought that murder was only the ~ 202 2, 108 | the decalogue. For they thought that ~the prohibition of 203 2, 108 | about ~perjury, for they thought that perjury indeed was 204 2, 108 | three precepts. For they thought that ~desire for revenge 205 2, 108 | more if necessary. They thought that movements ~of covetousness 206 2, 108 | more if necessary. They thought that the movement of hatred 207 2, 109 | need God's help for every thought, inasmuch as He ~moves the 208 2, 110 | the Master seems to have thought this (Sent. ii, D 27).~Aquin.: 209 2, 113 | inconvenient, since such thought would require ~a long delay 210 2, 113 | would be required for such thought, and because a man ~could 211 2, 2 | Latin word "cogitatio" [thought] implies a research, for ~" 212 2, 2 | Q[78], A[4]. ~Therefore thought has nothing to do with faith.~ 213 2, 2 | of ~God is not called the Thought, but the Word of God. When 214 2, 2 | the Word of God. When our thought ~realizes what we know and 215 2, 2 | unformed." ~In this way thought is, properly speaking, the 216 2, 2 | intellect have unformed thought devoid of a firm assent, ~ 217 2, 3 | intended to ~signify the inward thought. Wherefore, just as the 218 2, 3 | Wherefore, just as the inward thought of ~matters of faith is 219 2, 12 | affections also. If it is in thought only, it is ~blasphemy of 220 2, 13 | but extends to words in thought and deed, not ~to one word 221 2, 13 | can be uttered in word, thought and deed.~Aquin.: SMT SS 222 2, 20 | up of the succours from thought.']." ~Therefore presumption 223 2, 20 | from pride, as though man thought so much of himself as to 224 2, 23 | least by a distinction of thought. For God is able to ~increase 225 2, 31 | his sin; and him whom you thought to make a better man, ~you 226 2, 31 | unless perhaps it were thought ~probable that this would 227 2, 33 | flight when ~a continued thought increases the incentive 228 2, 33 | when perseverance in the thought diminishes the incentive 229 2, 33 | grievous ~than a sin of thought. Now it is not a mortal 230 2, 33 | mortal sin to refrain in ~thought from such like spiritual 231 2, 35 | intended some good, yet the one thought one ~thing good, while the 232 2, 35 | thing good, while the other thought something else, which was 233 2, 36 | one stood up for what he ~thought was true. Yet there was 234 2, 36 | by the fact that they ~thought they would "raise affliction" 235 2, 38 | humble. But he who ~was thought to be the shepherd, and 236 2, 41 | insufficient, ~since it omits "thought" or "desire."~Aquin.: SMT 237 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The thought or desire of evil lies hidden 238 2, 42 | refers "heart" to the ~thought, "soul" to the manner of 239 2, 45 | prudence consists not in thought merely, but ~in its application 240 2, 45 | individual, and this because they thought that man is not ~bound to 241 2, 51 | according to Mt. 10:19, "Take no thought ~how or what to speak." 242 2, 51 | counsel must needs give thought to many ~things. Now precipitation 243 2, 51 | therefore to ~a defect of thought. Therefore precipitation 244 2, 51 | Cf. ~Q[47], A[8]]. Now thought precedes all these acts, 245 2, 51 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Thought signifies the act of the 246 2, 51 | indemonstrable principles. Hence thought pertains chiefly ~to judgment; 247 2, 51 | did not forbid us to take thought, when we have ~the opportunity, 248 2, 51 | no opportunity ~of taking thought, either through lack of 249 2, 51 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: All thought about those things of which 250 2, 51 | judgment, wherefore ~this thought is perfected in judgment. 251 2, 51 | more things ~have to be thought about for the purpose of 252 2, 53 | think evil things." But the thought of evil ~things does not 253 2, 53 | a servant of God taking thought lest he lack these needful 254 2, 58 | for the imagination and thought of man's ~heart are prone 255 2, 58 | striking the Egyptian . . . he ~thought that his brethren understood 256 2, 60 | expressing either the ~shameful thought of the lazy servant, who 257 2, 64 | through consent in a mere ~thought.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 258 2, 75 | his experience of others, thought that all men are inclined ~ 259 2, 77 | vices, as well as to sins of thought, word and deed. Therefore ~ 260 2, 80 | meditation man ~conceives the thought of surrendering himself 261 2, 80 | dear ~friends, whom they thought to have lost. In this way 262 2, 81 | make to them by word or thought; and consequently ~the petitions 263 2, 82 | above us. But who ~ever thought it his duty to sacrifice 264 2, 86 | God by the ~mere inward thought, since according to 1 Kgs. 265 2, 87 | only when writing, because thought ~brings caution and avoids 266 2, 92 | of his ~soul. Hence they thought that divine worship ought 267 2, 92 | sanctification, as the Gentiles thought, nor ~uncleanness, as the 268 2, 92 | The School of Plato] have thought that to offer sacrifices 269 2, 94 | effects such as ~they are thought to have the natural power 270 2, 98 | thee, because thou hast thought that the gift of God may 271 2, 105 | been deceived, and to have thought to help him in ~doing good, 272 2, 105 | apparently given little thought to their repayment."~Aquin.: 273 2, 116 | others who, wishing to be ~thought more of, are incited to 274 2, 116 | two ways. First as in the thought [affectu]. In this way it ~ 275 2, 121 | spiritual sorrow, in the thought of losing his life, ~and 276 2, 123 | he trembles at the very thought of ~conflict; yet he is 277 2, 125 | should ~take counsel in thought, and do quickly what has 278 2, 132 | he did not take careful thought, he would incur the risk 279 2, 146 | according to Eccles. 2:3, "I thought in my heart to withdraw ~ 280 2, 147 | written (Eccles. 2:3): "I thought in my ~heart to withdraw 281 2, 151 | without weighing or giving a thought ~to his words. which are 282 2, 152 | was with Thamar whom he ~thought to be a harlot. Therefore 283 2, 152 | account of some ~previous thought. For the thought which preceded 284 2, 152 | previous thought. For the thought which preceded while he 285 2, 152 | first principles of human thought. ~Hence nothing hinders 286 2, 156 | First, as ~consisting in thought, and thus two vices arise 287 2, 160 | begins by being conceived in thought, then is ~uttered in word, 288 2, 161 | experience of God's severity, he thought ~the sin to be venial," 289 2, 162 | opened so that they ~saw and thought on things which had not 290 2, 165 | distract me from some weighty thought, and draw me after it . . . 291 2, 168 | but also ~as desired in thought.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 292 2, 169 | of the evil that I have thought to do them." This is instanced 293 2, 170 | 18:21,22): "If in silent thought thou answer: How shall I 294 2, 172 | even so a physician is thought more of, if he is able to 295 2, 180 | more leisure they have for thought, the worse interior ~turmoil 296 2, 186 | wherefore different schools of thought arose among the ~philosophers. 297 2, 186 | Anthropomorphites, who thought that God had a human shape. 298 2, 186 | written (Eccles. 2:3): "I thought in my heart to withdraw 299 2, 186 | 29) that the disciples "thought, ~because Judas had the 300 2, 187 | however, ~in vowing he thought merely of entering religion, 301 3, 1 | the universe. This is the thought ~of men unable to see anything 302 3, 2 | but is the object of pure thought," as Damascene says (De 303 3, 2 | as it exists in the pure thought of the intellect, ~since 304 3, 3 | will still remain in our thought the Divine ~Nature as subsisting 305 3, 4 | nature which exists in pure thought; for this ~would have been 306 3, 5 | 50), "the Apollinarists ~thought differently from the Catholic 307 3, 7 | nothing can be or can be thought greater than that anyone ~ 308 3, 7 | grace can ~be or can be thought than that of which Christ 309 3, 7 | there can neither be nor be thought a greater union of the rational ~ 310 3, 7 | not in time, at ~least in thought. But the habitual grace 311 3, 7 | habitual grace is prior in thought to the union. ~Therefore 312 3, 7 | time, but ~by nature and in thought; and this for a triple reason: 313 3, 7 | grace of union precedes, in thought, habitual grace.~Aquin.: 314 3, 10 | or was done, said, ~or thought, by whomsoever and at any 315 3, 15 | already present, and they thought that no evil could befall 316 3, 16 | own nature, because they thought there was ~something divine 317 3, 29 | allowed that the evangelist thought that Joseph ought to sever 318 3, 35 | thus to ~exist: lest it be thought that His Divinity is temporal. 319 3, 35 | from eternity: lest ~it be thought that He took, not a true 320 3, 36 | devil in ~Herod. For Herod thought Him to be a man, but the 321 3, 36 | be a man, but the devil thought Him to be ~God. Each feared 322 3, 36 | age. For people would have thought the Incarnation to be unreal, ~ 323 3, 36 | or because he may have ~thought that the Magi, "being deceived 324 3, 36 | Matth.) that, while they thought of the King ~who was to 325 3, 40 | Jewish custom, nor was it thought ~wrong for women, following 326 3, 42 | would have had ~no deeper thought of His doctrine than that 327 3, 42 | i), some of the Gentiles thought that Christ ~wrote certain 328 3, 46 | anyone might divert the thought of so great a crime ~from 329 3, 48 | way as a single concept of thought is ~expressed in many words, 330 3, 48 | also armed with the same thought: for he that hath suffered 331 3, 64 | Divine ~things, with the thought that God does not see what 332 3, 64 | Para. 2/2~Cyprian, however, thought that heretics do not confer 333 3, 66 | washing. Hence some have thought that ~the water itself is 334 3, 69 | of acts of virtue, they thought that they had no virtues 335 3, 70 | profession, according as he thought best. ~But about the time 336 3, 80 | among you; as to whether I thought that Holy ~Communion ought 337 3, 80 | of Penance. then if it be thought that he is going to die 338 3, 84 | are not taken away, they thought that charity ~once possessed 339 3, 84 | OBJ 1: Some of the Jews thought that a man could be washed 340 3, 86 | of the ~evil that I have thought to do them," so that, on 341 3, 88 | place to ~the sin which we thought to have been taken away, 342 3, 90 | completed merely in the thought by consent, as stated in 343 3, 90 | against sin. But ~sins of thought, word, and deed are the 344 3, 90 | Penance also, contrition in thought, confession in word, and 345 3, 90 | sin which is ~completed in thought alone, is a special kind 346 3, 90 | sin that is completed in thought and word: and yet a third 347 3, 90 | sin that is completed in thought, word, and deed; and the ~ 348 3, 90 | sin, are that which is in thought, that ~which is in word, 349 Suppl, 2 | contrition I mean the process of ~thought, when a man thinks of his 350 Suppl, 3 | sorrow is on account of the thought of something ~hurtful. Therefore, 351 Suppl, 9 | word should agree ~with the thought for the very name of confession 352 Suppl, 9 | not in accord ~with his thought, since in his heart he holds 353 Suppl, 9 | the truth; ~and thus his thought agrees with his lips or 354 Suppl, 32| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: No thought arises in the heart without 355 Suppl, 32| Hence the primary root of thought is not the heart, but the 356 Suppl, 36| Divine things, with the thought that God does not ~see what 357 Suppl, 51| back to the man to whom she thought to give her consent, ~but 358 Suppl, 51| coin paid is not what it is thought to be but another of equal 359 Suppl, 67| the Old Law, and yet were thought by many to be permitted 360 Suppl, 71| a holy and ~wholesome thought to pray for the dead that 361 Suppl, 72| once destroyed, as they ~thought hitherto.~Aquin.: SMT XP 362 Suppl, 72| species, which change of ~thought is not taken from them by 363 Suppl, 86| seeing our Lord on earth thought they were to be judged forthwith." [* 364 Suppl, 87| will recall men to ~the thought of His past death.~Aquin.: 365 Suppl, 94| disbelieving in the resurrection, thought ~that the soul alone would 366 Suppl, 95| but in so far as it ~is thought to be good. Yet it comes 367 Suppl, 95| will be tormented with the thought that ~the knowledge they 368 Suppl, 95| and in this respect the ~thought of God can bring sorrow, 369 Suppl, 95| glory that surpasses all thought. This will ~trouble them, 370 Suppl, 96| whatever else he may ~have thought himself. Another and a better 371 Suppl, 96| of the evil that I have thought to do to ~them" (Jer. 18: 372 Appen1, 2| venial sin, has no actual thought of being forgiven or of ~ 373 Appen1, 2| and while engaged in this thought ~falls asleep, and dies.~ 374 Appen2, 1| is a holy and wholesome ~thought to pray for the dead, that


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