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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | movement can be seen from ~a consideration of the movement of a natural 2 1, 12 | which is such a perfect consideration and ~comprehension as the 3 1, 13 | TWELVE ARTICLES)~After the consideration of those things which belong 4 1, 13 | knowledge, we now proceed to the consideration of the divine names. For ~ 5 1, 14 | are called ideas, to the consideration ~of knowledge will be added 6 1, 14 | difference is to be noted in the consideration of those ~things that are 7 1, 14 | speculative intellect is the consideration of truth. Hence ~if a builder 8 1, 16 | that are true, after the consideration of ~the knowledge of God, 9 1, 19 | the divine will. The first consideration is ~about the divine will 10 1, 19 | account, by a consequent consideration may ~be changed into the 11 1, 22 | virtues themselves, comes the consideration of ~prudence, to which providence 12 1, 23 | PREDESTINATION (EIGHT ARTICLES)~After consideration of divine providence, we 13 1, 23 | must also be ~taken into consideration; since they do not destroy 14 1, 25 | contained in it. Hence the consideration of the knowledge and will 15 1, 25 | will of God ~precedes the consideration of His power, as the cause 16 1, 29 | Out. Para. 3/4~The general consideration of the persons seemingly 17 1, 29 | according to a threefold consideration of the substance ~thus named. 18 1, 32 | while some are moved by the consideration that "no good thing can 19 1, 36 | or obstinacy. For a just consideration of the truth ~will convince 20 1, 38 | ARTICLES)~There now follows the consideration of the Gift; concerning 21 1, 39 | reality, ~but is only in the consideration of the mind. Hence this 22 1, 39 | considered. The fourth point of ~consideration embraces its relation to 23 1, 39 | effects. Hence this fourfold ~consideration comes to our mind in reference 24 1, 39 | According to the first point of consideration, whereby we consider God ~ 25 1, 39 | Body Para. 7/10~The second consideration of God regards Him as "one." 26 1, 39 | 10~According to the third consideration, which brings before us 27 1, 39 | According to the fourth consideration, i.e. God's relation to 28 1, 42 | There are three points of consideration as regards the ~Father and 29 1, 44 | creatures from God. This consideration will be ~threefold: (1) 30 1, 44 | it is brought under the consideration of the ~mathematician, who 31 1, 44 | But we must take into ~consideration that matter is contracted 32 1, 44 | there were ~who arose to the consideration of "being," as being, and 33 1, 46 | For we must take into ~consideration the difference between a 34 1, 46 | course of ~time; a fuller consideration of which matters will be 35 1, 47 | creatures, we come to the ~consideration of the distinction of things. 36 1, 47 | distinction of things. This consideration will be ~threefold - first, 37 1, 57 | makes use of them by actual ~consideration.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 38 1, 60 | The next subject for our consideration is that act of the will 39 1, 61 | way, of their origin. Such consideration is threefold. In the ~first 40 1, 63 | there are nine points for ~consideration:~(1) Can there be evil of 41 1, 63 | ignorance, but merely absence of consideration of the ~things which ought 42 1, 64 | movably, passing from one ~consideration to another; and having the 43 1, 65 | FOUR ARTICLES)~From the consideration of spiritual creatures we 44 1, 74 | and this appears from the consideration that ~the Holy Spirit is 45 1, 75 | the first object of our consideration will be ~the soul. And since 46 1, 76 | natural ~form to which the consideration of the natural philosopher 47 1, 38 | There now follows the consideration of the Gift; concerning 48 1, 39 | reality, ~but is only in the consideration of the mind. Hence this 49 1, 39 | considered. The fourth point of ~consideration embraces its relation to 50 1, 39 | effects. Hence this fourfold ~consideration comes to our mind in reference 51 1, 39 | According to the first point of consideration, whereby we consider God ~ 52 1, 39 | Body Para. 7/10~The second consideration of God regards Him as "one." 53 1, 39 | 10~According to the third consideration, which brings before us 54 1, 39 | According to the fourth consideration, i.e. God's relation to 55 1, 42 | There are three points of consideration as regards the ~Father and 56 1, 45 | creatures from God. This consideration will be ~threefold: (1) 57 1, 45 | it is brought under the consideration of the ~mathematician, who 58 1, 45 | But we must take into ~consideration that matter is contracted 59 1, 45 | there were ~who arose to the consideration of "being," as being, and 60 1, 47 | For we must take into ~consideration the difference between a 61 1, 47 | course of ~time; a fuller consideration of which matters will be 62 1, 48 | creatures, we come to the ~consideration of the distinction of things. 63 1, 48 | distinction of things. This consideration will be ~threefold - first, 64 1, 58 | makes use of them by actual ~consideration.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 65 1, 61 | The next subject for our consideration is that act of the will 66 1, 62 | way, of their origin. Such consideration is threefold. In the ~first 67 1, 64 | there are nine points for ~consideration:~(1) Can there be evil of 68 1, 64 | ignorance, but merely absence of consideration of the ~things which ought 69 1, 65 | movably, passing from one ~consideration to another; and having the 70 1, 66 | FOUR ARTICLES)~From the consideration of spiritual creatures we 71 1, 73 | and this appears from the consideration that ~the Holy Spirit is 72 1, 74 | the first object of our consideration will be ~the soul. And since 73 1, 75 | natural ~form to which the consideration of the natural philosopher 74 1, 77 | on the other powers, our ~consideration of the powers of the soul 75 1, 78 | potentiality to actual ~consideration.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 76 1, 78 | xii, 7) "is intent on the consideration ~and consultation of things 77 1, 78 | to operation, but to the consideration of truth; while the practical 78 1, 79 | there are four ~heads of consideration: first, the appetitive powers 79 1, 83 | come directly under the consideration of the theologian. ~Furthermore, 80 1, 83 | the soul come under the ~consideration of the science of morals; 81 1, 83 | this work, to which the consideration of moral ~matters belongs. 82 1, 83 | awakened by them to the consideration of those ~things, the intelligible 83 1, 84 | of simple and absolute consideration; thus we understand one 84 1, 84 | individuality, and ~to take into our consideration the specific nature, the 85 1, 84 | it is brought under the consideration of the intellect, in ~which 86 1, 84 | considered is a secondary consideration. Hence it is said ~(De Anima 87 1, 84 | object. But in the absolute consideration of the quiddity ~of a thing, 88 1, 85 | except by a successive consideration of one part after another, 89 1, 85 | knowledge results from actual consideration: since ~by understanding 90 1, 88 | offers two things for our consideration - its ~species and its mode. 91 1, 92 | are not under ~our actual consideration, they are objects of our 92 1, 92 | temporal matters from the ~consideration of things eternal." Therefore 93 1, 93 | regards the full ~and clear consideration of intelligible creatures, 94 1, 93 | as ~man is impeded in the consideration of intelligible things by 95 1, 102 | Secondly, this is clear ~from a consideration of Divine goodness, which, 96 1, 105 | creature moves another. This consideration will ~be threefold: (1) 97 1, 106 | turns ~itself to the actual consideration of any habitual knowledge, 98 1, 115 | ARTICLES)~We come now to the consideration of fate. Under this head 99 1, 116 | the body, from the free ~consideration of those things which it 100 2, 3 | whether it ~consists in the consideration of speculative sciences?~( 101 2, 3 | Whether it consists in the consideration of separate substances viz. ~ 102 2, 3 | last ~end; for then the consideration and direction of his actions 103 2, 3 | happiness consists in the consideration of speculative sciences?~ 104 2, 3 | happiness consists in the consideration ~of speculative sciences. 105 2, 3 | which all belong to ~the consideration of speculative sciences. 106 2, 3 | happiness consists in the consideration of speculative sciences.~ 107 2, 3 | happiness. Now such is the consideration of speculative ~sciences; 108 2, 3 | happiness consists in ~the consideration of speculative sciences.~ 109 2, 3 | is reduced to act by the consideration of speculative ~sciences. 110 2, 3 | Therefore it seems that in the consideration of these sciences, ~man' 111 2, 3 | does not consist in the consideration of ~these.~Aquin.: SMT FS 112 2, 3 | consist essentially in the ~consideration of speculative sciences. 113 2, 3 | we must observe ~that the consideration of a speculative science 114 2, 3 | 15). Wherefore the entire consideration ~of speculative sciences 115 2, 3 | happiness cannot consist in the ~consideration of speculative sciences. 116 2, 3 | higher substances, so the consideration ~of speculative sciences 117 2, 3 | act, in a fashion, by the ~consideration of speculative sciences, 118 2, 3 | higher indeed than in the consideration of speculative ~science. ~ 119 2, 4 | apply to the question under ~consideration; because man possesses in 120 2, 5 | be seen from a twofold consideration.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[3] 121 2, 5 | Para. 3/3~Secondly, from a consideration of the specific nature of 122 2, 5 | distinction according to the consideration of reason; so does it ~happen 123 2, 5 | through taking this into consideration ~that Augustine added so 124 2, 6 | offer themselves ~for our consideration are (1) human acts themselves; ( 125 2, 6 | points offers a twofold consideration: (1) What makes a ~human 126 2, 6 | the will, this is merely a consideration of the mind. And ~consequently 127 2, 6 | entirely, but only the actual consideration in some particular ~possible 128 2, 7 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the consideration of circumstances belongs 129 2, 7 | involuntariness excuses from ~sin, the consideration of which belongs to the 130 2, 7 | Circumstances come under the consideration of the ~theologian, for 131 2, 7 | however, come under the consideration of art.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 132 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The consideration of circumstances belongs 133 2, 7 | To the theologian this consideration ~belongs, in all the aforesaid 134 2, 14 | conditions or circumstances into consideration, ~which it is not easy for 135 2, 15 | things which come under consideration after the last end, ~in 136 2, 16 | means, as consisting in the consideration of the reason, ~whereby 137 2, 17 | be one ~according to the consideration of the reason.~Aquin.: SMT 138 2, 18 | there will be a threefold consideration: the first ~will be of the 139 2, 21 | matters, where ~we take into consideration the order of reason to the 140 2, 31 | And this appears from the consideration of the ~three things needed 141 2, 32 | in three ways. ~First, in consideration of the effect, which is 142 2, 32 | own good. ~Secondly, in consideration of the end; as when a man, 143 2, 32 | of pleasure. Thirdly, in consideration of the ~principle: and thus, 144 2, 35 | is ~nothing else than the consideration of truth, which is the good 145 2, 37 | reason from the act of ~consideration, wherefore it is stated 146 2, 38 | a cause of sorrow: but ~consideration of its cause, viz. his love, 147 2, 41 | is possible to take into consideration something ~connected with 148 2, 49 | we now pass on to the ~consideration of the principles of human 149 2, 49 | nature is the first object of consideration in anything, for ~this reason 150 2, 55 | ARTICLES)~We come now to the consideration of habits specifically. 151 2, 57 | for a good work, viz. the consideration of truth (since this is 152 2, 57 | speculative intellect for the ~consideration of truth: for this is its 153 2, 57 | is subject ~to a twofold consideration - as known in itself, and 154 2, 57 | perfects the ~intellect for the consideration of such truth is called " 155 2, 61 | good in reason's act of ~consideration, may be called prudence; 156 2, 66 | Intelligible. And if indeed the consideration of wisdom were perfect in ~ 157 2, 67 | and that so long as actual consideration ceases, ~the species are 158 2, 68 | fearing God is taken from a consideration of the ~Divine excellence, 159 2, 74 | accompanied by deliberate consideration of the eternal ~law, it 160 2, 74 | revelation, which is a higher ~consideration. And therefore, although 161 2, 74 | reducible to some yet ~higher consideration: and in this way, that which 162 2, 74 | into the light of a higher consideration, as was ~explained above.~ 163 2, 76 | above (A[2]), the ~first consideration will be threefold: so that 164 2, 76 | to know, or even lack of ~consideration is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 165 2, 77 | geometry, may not attend to the consideration of ~geometrical conclusions, 166 2, 77 | universal knowledge, if the ~consideration of particular knowledge 167 2, 81 | about original sin, the consideration of which will be three-fold: ( 168 2, 84 | does not come under the consideration of ~art, because man's particular 169 2, 84 | origin can come under the consideration of ~art.~Aquin.: SMT FS 170 2, 90 | offer themselves for our ~consideration: (1) Its essence; (2) The 171 2, 90 | sometimes under our actual consideration, while ~sometimes they are 172 2, 95 | be taken into ~sufficient consideration except by a wise man, who 173 2, 95 | taking many instances ~into consideration, than by considering one 174 2, 96 | take all the cases into consideration, he ~ought not to mention 175 2, 97 | to take everything into ~consideration, set up certain institutions 176 2, 100 | that after very little consideration one is able at once to ~ 177 2, 100 | of judgment without much ~consideration of the various circumstances, 178 2, 100 | which, after a more careful ~consideration, wise men deem obligatory. 179 2, 105 | there was a transfer for a ~consideration, for instance, by selling 180 2, 105 | if they were ~hired for a consideration: because they might have 181 2, 105 | animals were hired for a ~consideration: because then the owner 182 2, 105 | animals not hired for a ~consideration, equity demanded that he 183 2, 105 | seems ~to have taken into consideration whether it was certain or 184 2, 109 | 2/3~The first point of consideration will be threefold: for we 185 2, 113 | movement is not without actual ~consideration. But it is impossible to 186 2, 2 | way for any kind of actual consideration of the intellect, as ~Augustine 187 2, 2 | strictly taken for that consideration of the intellect, which 188 2, 2 | or understands, for this consideration is already formed. But ~ 189 2, 2 | scientific ~knowledge or the consideration of things scientifically 190 2, 2 | scientific fact and his consideration of that ~fact. Now the assent 191 2, 2 | meritorious. But the actual consideration of ~what a man knows scientifically 192 2, 2 | consider. Hence scientific consideration ~may be meritorious if it 193 2, 2 | be as ~regards the actual consideration.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[9] 194 2, 8 | moved by the Holy Ghost, the consideration of which movement ~depends 195 2, 9 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, consideration of truth is an act of knowledge. 196 2, 9 | there ~is no sorrow in the consideration of truth; rather is there 197 2, 9 | Man rejoices in the very consideration of truth; yet he may ~sometimes 198 2, 10 | species the object of our consideration.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 199 2, 13 | the part of sin. For, by consideration of the Divine judgment, 200 2, 13 | by hope, arising from the consideration of the mercy that ~pardons 201 2, 13 | by fear, arising from the consideration of the Divine justice that ~ 202 2, 13 | shamefulness of the act, the ~consideration of which is wont to arouse 203 2, 13 | you are now ~ashamed?" The consideration of this is wont to prevent 204 2, 13 | by ~reason of the diverse consideration of those things which may 205 2, 14 | deliberately ~turned away from the consideration of that principle, according 206 2, 14 | weakness of the mind as to the consideration of spiritual goods; ~while 207 2, 14 | or neglects the careful consideration of spiritual ~things. ~Aquin.: 208 2, 16 | gives rise to a twofold consideration: (1) ~hope, considered in 209 2, 18 | sets us free: in us the consideration of His justice gives rise 210 2, 18 | gives rise to fear, ~but the consideration of His mercy gives rise 211 2, 18 | consanguinity, or some other ~human consideration, which, however, is referable 212 2, 19 | seems to proceed from the consideration of ~Divine favors, especially 213 2, 19 | the neglect of the above ~consideration than from sloth.~Aquin.: 214 2, 22 | gift of wisdom. The first consideration will be ~fivefold: (1) Charity 215 2, 24 | object of charity; which consideration will be ~twofold: (1) The 216 2, 26 | but is born of an earnest consideration of the object loved; ~wherefore 217 2, 29 | prudent man would take into consideration, because, on account of 218 2, 30 | subject of a threefold consideration. First, in respect of the 219 2, 30 | that we should take into consideration something on the ~part of 220 2, 30 | man, you should take into consideration his age and his weakness; ~ 221 2, 32 | sin, and as regards the consideration of them, God may ~be an 222 2, 33 | arises from some trivial consideration. This is the case with ~ 223 2, 43 | xii, 7) "is intent on the consideration and consultation of the ~ 224 2, 45 | highest cause: so that the consideration of the highest cause ~in 225 2, 45 | prudence belongs not ~only the consideration of the reason, but also 226 2, 45 | any habits rectify ~the consideration of reason, without regarding 227 2, 45 | merely ~according to the consideration of its matter, but rather 228 2, 51 | conditions which require ~consideration in the act of prudence. 229 2, 53 | subjected to a twofold consideration; first, as regards the process 230 2, 55 | sequence consider justice, the ~consideration of which will be fourfold:~( 231 2, 56 | so far as he takes into consideration the good of his own virtue, ~ 232 2, 56 | another what is his, through consideration of ~the common good. Moreover 233 2, 59 | with justice. The first consideration will be ~twofold: (1) The 234 2, 61 | ecclesiastical authority: ~wherefore consideration of the same circumstance 235 2, 65 | five points occur for our consideration: (1) The ~injustice of a 236 2, 69 | moderate fee, with due consideration for persons, for the matter 237 2, 74 | points might be taken into ~consideration, which would aggravate or 238 2, 75 | things salable, with due consideration for the conditions of ~place 239 2, 76 | money for any other kind of ~consideration, by way of payment for the 240 2, 76 | ask for any other kind of consideration for money ~lent?~Aquin.: 241 2, 76 | for some other kind of ~consideration for money lent. For everyone 242 2, 76 | to expect or exact some consideration for ~money lent.~Aquin.: 243 2, 76 | beyond the ~just price in consideration of this delay, is like a 244 2, 78 | there are two points of consideration:~(1) What virtues are annexed 245 2, 79 | Religion offers a threefold consideration: (1) Religion considered 246 2, 79 | perfection does not depend on the consideration of truth: nor is it a ~moral 247 2, 79 | owe Him, but equality in consideration of man's ability and God' 248 2, 80 | increased by the ~practice and consideration of friendly deeds.~Aquin.: 249 2, 80 | will proceeds from some consideration, since the object of the 250 2, 80 | service. Indeed a ~twofold consideration leads him thereto. The one 251 2, 80 | thereto. The one is the consideration of ~God's goodness and loving 252 2, 80 | the Lord God": and this ~consideration wakens love [*'Dilectio,' 253 2, 80 | cause of devotion. The other consideration ~is that of man's own shortcomings, 254 2, 80 | heaven and earth"; and this consideration shuts out presumption ~whereby 255 2, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The consideration of such things as are of 256 2, 80 | causes devotion; whereas the consideration of foreign matters that ~ 257 2, 80 | incentive to devotion. ~But the consideration thereof causes an affliction 258 2, 80 | is caused by a ~twofold consideration: chiefly by the consideration 259 2, 80 | consideration: chiefly by the consideration of God's goodness, ~because 260 2, 80 | goodness, ~because this consideration belongs to the term, as 261 2, 80 | the direct result ~of this consideration is joy, according to Ps. 262 2, 80 | but accidentally this consideration causes a certain ~sorrow 263 2, 80 | as stated (A[3]), by the consideration of one's own failings; ~ 264 2, 80 | own failings; ~for this consideration regards the term from which 265 2, 80 | subjects himself to God. This consideration has an opposite tendency 266 2, 80 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the consideration of Christ's Passion there 267 2, 80 | hand is rejoiced, by the ~consideration of God's goodness, and by 268 2, 81 | excited in us chiefly by the consideration of His charity in our ~regard, 269 2, 81 | supplication, ~whereby through the consideration of God's goodness we dare 270 2, 83 | These give rise to a twofold consideration: (1) Of things ~given to 271 2, 85 | who, ~nevertheless, in consideration of the requirements of time 272 2, 89 | is distracted from the ~consideration of what they are singing, 273 2, 93 | cannot be foreknown from a ~consideration of their causes, because 274 2, 93 | running or walking: the consideration of such ~things in themselves 275 2, 97 | is ~from St. Bernard, De Consideration, ii, 13] says that "a trifle 276 2, 98 | but for his own profit, in consideration ~of an oral remuneration 277 2, 99 | must consider piety, the consideration of which will ~render the 278 2, 100 | is an object of twofold consideration: ~first, in so far as he 279 2, 100 | we must ~needs take into consideration the different relations 280 2, 108 | gravity. Wherefore a careful consideration of ~the matter will show 281 2, 116 | man takes ~pleasure in the consideration of himself as a possessor 282 2, 127 | worthy of great things in consideration of the gifts he holds from 283 2, 127 | think little of himself in consideration of his own ~deficiency, 284 2, 140 | is ~not to dwell on the consideration of singulars. It is the 285 2, 140 | general ~than on a particular consideration: wherefore in such cases 286 2, 144 | pleasures of sex. The first consideration will include abstinence, 287 2, 147 | speaking figuratively, the consideration of wisdom is said to be ~ 288 2, 150 | pleasures offer three points for consideration. The first ~is on the part 289 2, 155 | account of some ~particular consideration, it mitigates the punishment, 290 2, 156 | that is the chief point of consideration in the ~aforesaid species.~ 291 2, 157 | some ~motive of justice the consideration of which belongs to reason 292 2, 160 | But Gregory, taking into ~consideration its general influence towards 293 2, 165 | man away from some useful consideration. Hence Augustine says (Confess. ~ 294 2, 169 | admits of four heads of consideration: (1) its essence; (2) its ~ 295 2, 177 | contemplative life. This consideration ~will be fourfold: (1) Of 296 2, 177 | that are ~directed to the consideration of truth belong to the contemplative 297 2, 178 | several?~(4) Whether the consideration of any truth whatever pertains 298 2, 178 | contemplative ~life is the consideration of truth: and as the Philosopher 299 2, 178 | which pertains to the consideration of truth, "has ~little influence 300 2, 178 | would seem ~to regard the consideration of the many things from 301 2, 178 | contemplation of some truth: and "consideration" has the same meaning, ~ 302 2, 178 | intellect may be ~called "consideration." But "contemplation" regards 303 2, 178 | of God, ~or also in the consideration of any truth whatever?~Aquin.: 304 2, 178 | of God, but also in the consideration of any truth. For ~it is 305 2, 178 | divine truth, but also in the consideration of truth ~regarding the 306 2, 178 | when, to wit, from the ~consideration of the visible we rise to 307 2, 178 | judgments man is guided to the ~consideration of the divine justice; and 308 2, 178 | step consists in the ~mere consideration of sensible objects; the 309 2, 178 | fourth is the ~absolute consideration of the intelligible objects 310 2, 178 | grasp; the sixth step is the consideration of ~such intelligible things 311 2, 178 | fixed on them, but on the ~consideration of the intelligible truth.~ 312 2, 179 | which occupations is the consideration ~of the truth; and this 313 2, 179 | intelligible truth, in the consideration and love ~whereof he delights. 314 2, 179 | it is concerned with the consideration and love of ~truth.~Aquin.: 315 2, 182 | states are directed. For the consideration ~of offices in relation 316 2, 182 | ministry it comes under the consideration of ~orders of which we shall 317 2, 182 | the perfect, a three-fold consideration presents ~itself: (1) The 318 2, 184 | religious state: which ~consideration will be fourfold. In the 319 2, 186 | directed chiefly to the consideration of divine ~things, as stated 320 2, 186 | Q[180], A[4]), to which consideration man is ~directed by study; 321 2, 186 | are slow to advance in the consideration of ~their methods. Yet we 322 2, 187 | is above all pecuniary ~consideration" [*Dig. L, xvii, de div. 323 3 | there should follow the consideration of the ~Saviour of all, 324 3 | Concerning the first, a double consideration occurs: the first, about ~ 325 3, 4 | parts. Hence a threefold ~consideration arises. First, with regard 326 3, 7 | there are three points of consideration: (1) The ~grace of Christ; ( 327 3, 9 | knowledge; concerning which the ~consideration will be twofold. First, 328 3, 16 | first, there occurs a double consideration. The first is ~about such 329 3, 27 | nature united to Him. ~This consideration will be fourfold. For we 330 3, 27 | these offers four points of consideration: (1) The ~Conception of 331 3, 27 | offer themselves to our ~consideration: (1) Her sanctification. ( 332 3, 30 | draw her attention to the consideration of a matter of such ~moment. 333 3, 32 | since they differ in our ~consideration of them, mission is attributed 334 3, 34 | adults who are sanctified in consideration of their own act; and that ~ 335 3, 34 | infants who are sanctified in consideration of, not their own act of ~ 336 3, 46 | there arises a threefold consideration: (1) ~The Passion itself; ( 337 3, 46 | exterior suffering, from some ~consideration of reason, by some derivation 338 3, 46 | eternal types, "to the consideration and consultation of which 339 3, 46 | pleasure which comes of ~consideration." Therefore it seems that 340 3, 53 | heading there is a fourfold consideration: (1) Christ's ~Resurrection 341 3, 60 | Concerning the first our consideration will be fivefold: (1) What 342 3, 66 | Concerning the first, our consideration will be twofold: (1) of 343 3, 66 | four points arise for our consideration: (1) ~Things pertaining 344 3, 68 | sin: it is a secondary ~consideration that their sins be less 345 3, 75 | taken this into careful consideration, ~wherefore they formulated 346 3, 83 | mystery, we must take into consideration the representation of our 347 Suppl | Confession; (3) Satisfaction. The consideration about Contrition will ~be 348 Suppl, 3 | arises either from the consideration of each single sin, and 349 Suppl, 6 | are six points for ~our consideration: (1) The necessity of confession; ( 350 Suppl, 8 | punishment may be imposed in consideration of two things. First, in ~ 351 Suppl, 8 | of two things. First, in ~consideration of the debt, and in this 352 Suppl, 8 | confession. Secondly, in consideration of the remedy, either as 353 Suppl, 8 | measure ~of sin, with due consideration however for the degree of 354 Suppl, 8 | be disregarded, with due ~consideration for the various circumstances 355 Suppl, 17| orderly manner without due consideration of the ~worthiness of the 356 Suppl, 25| just estimate, taking into consideration all the ~aforesaid conditions, 357 Suppl, 43| incapable by himself of ~consideration and understanding; the third 358 Suppl, 47| itself, yet taking ~into consideration the circumstances of place 359 Suppl, 66| established for all, in consideration of what happens in the majority 360 Suppl, 69| resurrection offers a threefold consideration, namely the ~things that 361 Suppl, 72| their part, or to some new consideration of things which hitherto 362 Suppl, 88| matter offers itself ~to our consideration: (1) The state and quality 363 Suppl, 88| were made, by taking ~into consideration the number of years that 364 Suppl, 90| But as regards the second ~consideration the union of the body hampers 365 Suppl, 95| very great pleasure in the ~consideration of knowledge. But we must 366 Suppl, 95| heretofore, by applying their consideration thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP 367 Suppl, 95| unhappiness is consummate. Now the consideration of certain things known ~ 368 Suppl, 95| damned there ~will be actual consideration of the things they knew 369 Suppl, 95| Reply OBJ 1: Although the consideration of knowledge is delightful 370 Suppl, 95| body, ~wherefore the soul's consideration is hindered by the suffering


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