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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | likewise after the words quoted says: "He says this of the 2 1, 12 | be understood ~the words quoted from the Apostle concerning 3 1, 24 | made clear from the gloss quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 29 | definition of Boethius, quoted above (A[1]), is not a definition 5 1, 31 | according to Hilary, ~as quoted above, "in God there is 6 1, 31 | appears from the authority quoted. Yet, Damascene (De Fide 7 1, 31 | understand that in the text quoted the ~term "no one" [*Nemo = 8 1, 33 | creatures. Hence the ~authority quoted subjoins: "That He may be 9 1, 37 | Ghost?" The opinions first quoted are to be taken in this 10 1, 39 | Augustine says, in the passage quoted, that "the same ~Trinity 11 1, 39 | of truth. The definition quoted from Augustine belongs to 12 1, 41 | follows as regards the words quoted, for thus we read: "Not 13 1, 41 | Synod.). The ~other passages quoted do not refer to the Holy 14 1, 46 | argument of Anaxagoras (as quoted in Phys. ~viii, text 15). 15 1, 57 | passage of Dionysius already quoted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 16 1, 63 | For Porphyry ~says, as quoted by Augustine (De Civ. Dei 17 1, 66 | matter is "place" [*Timaeus, quoted by Aristotle, Phys. ~iv, 18 1, 75 | act. So after the words quoted above, ~the Philosopher 19 1, 77 | accident. The ~statement quoted is verified in God, Who 20 1, 37 | Ghost?" The opinions first quoted are to be taken in this 21 1, 39 | Augustine says, in the passage quoted, that "the same ~Trinity 22 1, 39 | of truth. The definition quoted from Augustine belongs to 23 1, 41 | follows as regards the words quoted, for thus we read: "Not 24 1, 41 | Synod.). The ~other passages quoted do not refer to the Holy 25 1, 47 | argument of Anaxagoras (as quoted in Phys. ~viii, text 15). 26 1, 58 | passage of Dionysius already quoted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 27 1, 64 | For Porphyry ~says, as quoted by Augustine (De Civ. Dei 28 1, 67 | matter is "place" [*Timaeus, quoted by Aristotle, Phys. ~iv, 29 1, 74 | act. So after the words quoted above, the Philosopher concludes, 30 1, 76 | accident. The ~statement quoted is verified in God, Who 31 1, 81 | may understand the ~words quoted (De Spiritu et Anima); that 32 1, 84 | understood the authorities quoted ~in proof of the opposite 33 1, 86 | iii) that the proposition quoted is ~true only of separate 34 1, 88 | proof of the assertion ~quoted, "Now, I know in part."~ 35 1, 88 | continues the passage above quoted: "The case of the holy souls 36 1, 89 | Dei vii, 6 [*The words as ~quoted are to be found iv. 31.]) 37 1, 92 | appears from the authority quoted above (Arg. On the contrary).~ 38 1, 95 | Jerome says [*The words quoted are not in St. Jerome's ~ 39 1, 95 | in mind Bede, Hexaem., as quoted in the ~Glossa ordinaria 40 1, 97 | Augustine means by the words quoted, which do not exclude intensity ~ 41 1, 99 | appears from his words above quoted. For ~the necessity of sin 42 1, 105 | according to Dionysius quoted above (A[1]), as one angel ~ 43 1, 105 | superior" (Coel. Hier. xv), as quoted above (A[1]).~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 112 | the authority of Jerome quoted above (A[2]), for he ~says 45 1, 112 | to it; as Jerome, above quoted, says.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 46 1, 114 | figures," as ~Porphyry says, quoted by Augustine (De Civ. Dei 47 1, 114 | soul," as Apuleius says, quoted by ~Augustine (De Civ. Dei 48 1, 116 | speaking in the passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 49 1, 117 | Reply OBJ 1: In the passage quoted, the part is put instead 50 2, 7 | And so in ~the passage quoted, it is said pointedly that 51 2, 9 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted proves, not that the intellect 52 2, 22 | definitions of Damascene quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 53 2, 26 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted refer to intellectual or 54 2, 26 | of love in the ~passage quoted: hence a little further 55 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: In the passage quoted we have causal, not essential ~ 56 2, 31 | Philosopher's ~definition quoted above (A[1]). But it is 57 2, 35 | was said in the authority ~quoted above that intellectual 58 2, 35 | conversely. Hence in the ~passage quoted above it is said expressively: " 59 2, 37 | passage of the ~Apostle quoted above (A[2], OBJ[1]). But 60 2, 46 | bile. Hence the passage quoted continues: "Who can bear ~ 61 2, 50 | the words which we have quoted, says: "Their dispositions, 62 2, 59 | Noct. Attic. xix, 1], quoted by Augustine (De Civ. Dei ~ 63 2, 59 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted proves that the wise man 64 2, 59 | Philosopher, after the words quoted, ~adds, "if virtues are 65 2, 65 | 1: Virtue, in the words quoted, denotes imperfect virtue. 66 2, 68 | prefaces the passage above quoted, with the ~following remark: " 67 2, 68 | the passage of the Apostle quoted above (OBJ 1): hence he 68 2, 68 | passage of Ambrose, just quoted. The reason for this is ~ 69 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: In the words quoted from the Apostle, piety 70 2, 68 | is shown in the passage quoted (OBJ 2), so ~that, seemingly, 71 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted alludes to those things 72 2, 74 | of mortal sin, which was quoted above (Q[71], ~A[6]). Therefore 73 2, 76 | also be said that the words quoted refer to an ordinance of 74 2, 79 | Arb. xxi, whence the gloss quoted ~is taken) to the effect 75 2, 84 | Wherefore, in the ~passage quoted, apostasy from God does 76 2, 87 | in the example of David quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 77 2, 87 | good; wherefore the psalm quoted concludes (verse 6): ~"Therefore 78 2, 87 | OBJ 1: Both the passages quoted should, seemingly, be referred 79 2, 87 | Me," and in the chapter quoted from Matthew (verse 32) 80 2, 89 | Reply OBJ 1: In the passage quoted, venial is not taken in 81 2, 94 | meaning of the sentence quoted is not that whatever is ~ 82 2, 106 | sinful flesh." The text quoted should read thus: "in ~the 83 2, 107 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks expressly of the 84 2, 108 | Apostle says ~before the words quoted: "The kingdom of God is 85 2, 108 | from Augustine's words just quoted, the ~sermon, contains the 86 2, 7 | promises. Hence the text quoted continues: "And ~your reward 87 2, 9 | Augustine, after ~the words quoted, adds: "It is one thing 88 2, 10 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted must be taken to mean either 89 2, 10 | understood the authority quoted to forbid, not ~the excommunication 90 2, 11 | the words ~of the Apostle quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 91 2, 12 | although the authority quoted may be understood as referring 92 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted excludes from the blessed, 93 2, 21 | refer. Hence in the passage quoted in the ~argument, "On the 94 2, 22 | the authority of Augustine quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 95 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks from the point of 96 2, 24 | as ~stated in the passage quoted, because the wicked so desire 97 2, 24 | Augustine speaks in the passage quoted in ~the First Objection, 98 2, 24 | the passage ~of Augustine quoted above (A[9]). Now the demons 99 2, 25 | observed that in ~the words quoted, the particle "as" denotes 100 2, 26 | from the words of Augustine quoted above (OBJ ~3) mode signifies 101 2, 30 | lxxxvi, whence the words, as quoted, are ~taken]. Accordingly 102 2, 30 | lxxxvi, whence the words, as quoted, are taken): "Feed him ~ 103 2, 30 | ecclesiastical ~authorities quoted by St. Thomas] says on 1 104 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: The passage quoted considers abundance of alms 105 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 3: In the passage quoted the words, "not that others 106 2, 31 | Augustine ~observes in his Rule quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 107 2, 34 | follow from the passage quoted that envy is the ~greatest 108 2, 34 | place in his heart, for as quoted ~further on in the same 109 2, 37 | declares in the passage quoted above (A[1], ad 3). Therefore 110 2, 37 | as stated in the passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 111 2, 37 | says in a letter (Ep. lii, quoted vii, qu. 1, ~can. Novatianus): " 112 2, 38 | De Verb. Dom. [*The words quoted are to be ~found not in 113 2, 39 | three things in the passage quoted from Isidore, which express 114 2, 40 | according to the gloss ~quoted above (A[1]). But fighting 115 2, 43 | true meaning of the text quoted. For, apparently ~this is 116 2, 43 | would seem that in the text ~quoted wisdom stands for the renown 117 2, 47 | authority of Macrobius, quoted above (Q[48]).~Aquin.: SMT 118 2, 51 | say, but, in the words ~quoted, He encourages His disciples, 119 2, 54 | precepts of the Law which are ~quoted in the first objection.~ 120 2, 55 | stated by the authority quoted above~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] 121 2, 56 | Augustine speaks in the passage quoted: for he says that ~"prudence 122 2, 62 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted from Augustine refer to 123 2, 62 | from death. The passage ~quoted in the Second Objection 124 2, 64 | the words of the rich man quoted ~above (A[1], OBJ[2]), says: " 125 2, 64 | temp.], and his words are ~quoted in the Decretals [*Dist. 126 2, 65 | reason why, in the passage quoted, it is stated that ~the 127 2, 70 | as stated in ~the passage quoted. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[72] A[ 128 2, 70 | the other" [*The words as quoted by St. Thomas are a blending 129 2, 72 | appears ~from the gloss quoted above and from the saying 130 2, 79 | shortly before the passage quoted, ~Augustine says: "In a 131 2, 81 | from the words of Dionysius quoted above (A[1], OBJ[2]). ~Wherefore 132 2, 81 | on Lk. 18. The words as quoted are not to be found in the 133 2, 82 | contrary, are the words quoted Mt. 4:10: "The Lord thy 134 2, 82 | prayer," which words are also quoted (Jn. 2:16).~Aquin.: SMT 135 2, 84 | Can. Trullan, xxiii], quoted ~I, qu. i, can. Nullus: " 136 2, 84 | Pope Damasus [*Damasus I] quoted X, qu. i ~[*Can. Hanc consuetudinem], 137 2, 85 | cclxxcii], whose words are ~quoted 16, qu. i [*Can. Decimae], 138 2, 85 | 10:10) [*The words as quoted are from Lk. 10:7: Matthew 139 2, 85 | Augustine, whose words are quoted 16, qu. ~1, cap. Decimae, 140 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted should be understood as 141 2, 86 | stated by ~the authority quoted above. The reason for this 142 2, 86 | Yet since the Decretal quoted says ~explicitly that "not 143 2, 89 | lips: wherefore our Lord quoted against certain ones the 144 2, 91 | Jerome (and the words are quoted in a gloss on ~Gal. 2:14) 145 2, 91 | Comment. in 1 ad Cor. 11:27, quoted in the gloss of Peter ~Lombard] 146 2, 92 | offered" [*Augustine, as quoted ~below]. The reason is that, 147 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 2: The passage quoted refers to the knowledge 148 2, 94 | a ~gloss on the passage quoted says: "Note that Scripture 149 2, 95 | as ~stated in the text quoted - "that there may be meat 150 2, 95 | According to the gloss quoted above "to tempt God is to ~ 151 2, 96 | Moses in the ~passage quoted did not state to whom one 152 2, 97 | on can. Si quis contumax, quoted ~above] whereby sacred things 153 2, 98 | appears from the authority quoted (OBJ[1]). Now ~ecclesiastical 154 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks of what the ungrateful 155 2, 108 | Reply OBJ 1: The passages quoted refer to the mischievous 156 2, 111 | wisdom seeks. ~Hence the text quoted continues, "and the wisdom 157 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 1: The passages quoted speak of the flatterer who 158 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 3: The passage quoted refers to the man who flatters 159 2, 116 | covetousness in the passage quoted in the ~First Objection. 160 2, 120 | to take the explanation quoted in the First ~Objection.~ 161 2, 121 | temperance, as in the words quoted, and then adds ~that which 162 2, 121 | from Tully's definition quoted ~in the Second Objection, 163 2, 122 | Reply OBJ 1: The authorities quoted, and the like that one may 164 2, 123 | Reply OBJ 1: The passages quoted refer to inordinate fear 165 2, 139 | says (Etym.) [*The words quoted do not occur in ~the work 166 2, 139 | Reply OBJ 1: In the passage quoted Augustine apparently takes ~ 167 2, 143 | which ~sense the passage quoted should seemingly be taken, 168 2, 144 | meaning of Peter's words quoted ~above, where he says that 169 2, 146 | the authority of Gregory quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 170 2, 152 | seduction, in ~the words quoted, signifies the intercourse 171 2, 153 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The gloss quoted takes continence in the 172 2, 153 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted may be understood in two 173 2, 156 | follow from the passage quoted that all anger ~is a mortal 174 2, 161 | immediately ~after the words just quoted, "Thou wast the seal of 175 2, 161 | the words of Peter Lombard quoted there], ~and this pertains 176 2, 166 | Ambrose says (De Offic. [*Quoted in Canon Pasce, dist. ~86]): " 177 2, 167 | speaking ~in the passage quoted. Wherefore a gloss on Mt. 178 2, 170 | which is annexed to the work quoted]). Much more therefore can ~ 179 2, 170 | which is annexed to the work quoted]) that "if ~interpretation 180 2, 171 | in the case of Joseph, quoted above, and of the apostles 181 2, 171 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted refers to prophets in whom 182 2, 171 | Apostle refers ~in the words quoted; because, to wit, the prophets 183 2, 172 | to whom the gloss above ~quoted is ascribed.~Aquin.: SMT 184 2, 172 | that ~Augustine speaks as quoted above. Nevertheless the 185 2, 173 | in Gen. ad lit. xii, 28 (quoted in a gloss on 2 ~Cor. 12: 186 2, 175 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks of private teaching 187 2, 179 | Reply OBJ 1: The authority quoted speaks expressly of doctrine 188 2, 179 | contemplation, which in the words quoted above Augustine ~denotes 189 2, 182 | says (Eccl. Hier. vi); [*Quoted above A[5]] ~whereas the 190 2, 182 | afterwards he concludes, as quoted, with regard to ~the monk, " 191 2, 182 | Reply OBJ 2: This passage quoted from Augustine also clearly 192 2, 183 | Jerome, and the passage quoted refers, not to St. ~Mark 193 2, 183 | Augustine ~says in the passage quoted above: "Nor prefer your 194 2, 183 | III says in the Decretal quoted ~above that "it is more 195 2, 183 | according to the decree quoted above (OBJ[1]) "when the 196 2, 184 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The words quoted mean that continence is 197 2, 184 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted refer to things done through 198 2, 185 | monastic rule": and ~this is quoted XVI, qu. i, can. Nemo potest. 199 2, 185 | the contrary, Gregory is quoted (XVI, qu. i, can. Ex auctoritate) 200 2, 185 | above. His words which ~are quoted (XVI, qu. i, can. Sunt. 201 2, 185 | It results from the words quoted that the fact of their ~ 202 2, 185 | business. For in the decree quoted above (A[1]) of Pope Boniface ~ 203 2, 185 | Augustine in the passage quoted: in one way with a ~view 204 2, 185 | this ~sense that the gloss quoted is to be understood.~Aquin.: 205 2, 186 | lawsuits." ~Again the Decretal quoted, De Statu Monach., after 206 2, 186 | Decretal De ~Postulando quoted above (A[2], OBJ[2]). Therefore 207 2, 186 | Lord says in the passage quoted ~[*Lk. 6:30 "Of him that 208 2, 186 | ii, 2) Blessed Antony is quoted, as preferring discretion ~ 209 2, 186 | Contempl. ix) and his words are quoted (XII, qu. ~1, can. Expedit): " 210 2, 186 | Serm. in ~Monte [*The words quoted are from De Operibus Monach. 211 2, 187 | Reply OBJ 2: The words quoted from Gregory must be understood 212 2, 187 | expressed in the Decretal ~quoted (XIX, qu. iii). If, however, 213 2, 187 | 3 Para. 3/5~The example quoted of David is not to the point, 214 3, 2 | nature. For Cyril says (he is quoted in the acts of the Council 215 3, 2 | other; for Cyril says ~(quoted in the acts of the Council 216 3, 4 | Pope and Martyr, which is ~quoted by the Council of Ephesus: " 217 3, 4 | Hence the first opinion quoted in Sent. iii, D. 6, grants 218 3, 5 | explaining the ~passage quoted, says (Ad Orosium [*Dial. 219 3, 5 | is said in ~the authority quoted, the Son of God became visible 220 3, 6 | the authority of Pope Leo, quoted above (A[3]~). Therefore 221 3, 13 | Jerome says (on the text quoted): "Power is given Him," ~ 222 3, 16 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted must be qualified, i.e. 223 3, 18 | mentioned in the passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 224 3, 22 | offering up payers," etc., as quoted above (OBJ[1]~): so that 225 3, 25 | Wherefore in the ~passage quoted we are to understand the 226 3, 25 | meant by the authorities ~quoted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 227 3, 25 | Vigilantius, whose words are ~quoted by Jerome in the book he 228 3, 28 | the Council of Ephesus (quoted above) we read: "Whosoever ~ 229 3, 30 | gathered from the passage quoted from Dionysius, ~the angels 230 3, 31 | the sense of the passage ~quoted from the Apostle is that 231 3, 36 | to the gloss, the words quoted must be understood ~of Christ' 232 3, 39 | Wherefore, after the words quoted above, ~Augustine adds: " 233 3, 41 | is commenting the ~text quoted from St. Chrysostom. The 234 3, 42 | commenting on the passage quoted, "we do ~not read that our 235 3, 44 | says (Contra Faust. xxvi; quoted by the gloss on ~Rm. 11: 236 3, 45 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted prove, not that the clarity 237 3, 45 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted are to be understood of 238 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 3: As the passage quoted goes on to say: "The Jews 239 3, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The words quoted are preceded by the following: " 240 3, 50 | speaking in the ~passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 241 3, 52 | the just: because the text quoted continues: ~"And I will 242 3, 52 | his ~Epistle to Evodius quoted above, namely, that the 243 3, 52 | on the Passion already ~quoted that when Christ descended 244 3, 52 | shortly before the passage quoted he says: "Some ~add that 245 3, 53 | especially since the ~gloss quoted above (A[1]) says that " 246 3, 58 | Damascene adds in the ~passage quoted: "In which," that is, in 247 3, 59 | explains the passage just quoted from John: "'He gave ~Him 248 3, 59 | the authority of Scripture quoted above must be interpreted ~ 249 3, 60 | is clear from the passage quoted above (A[1]) from Augustine. ~ 250 3, 65 | righteous men." [*The words quoted are from the ~apocryphal 251 3, 66 | meaning of the ~passage quoted from Hugh of St. Victor. 252 3, 66 | Gregory in the words above quoted explains, both single and 253 3, 67 | the authority of Gelasius quoted above. And it was thus ~ 254 3, 67 | gloss says in the passage quoted from Luke 10.~Aquin.: SMT 255 3, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted are to be understood of 256 3, 71 | appears from the passage quoted from ~Augustine, i.e. as 257 3, 72 | secretly. [*The passage quoted in ~the text of the Summa 258 3, 72 | more grace. The passage quoted is to be ~taken in the sense 259 3, 74 | Pope Julius, in the passage quoted in ~the argument: "If necessary, 260 3, 78 | both from Ambrose's words quoted above, as well as from the 261 3, 79 | Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted is not to be understood 262 3, 80 | Gregory says in his Letter quoted above to Augustine, ~Bishop 263 3, 80 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The text quoted is thus paraphrased by the 264 3, 82 | 2: Previous to the words quoted, Pope Gelasius expresses ~ 265 3, 82 | i, q. 1), Innocent I is quoted as ~saying: "Because we 266 3, 83 | distinction the following words quoted from the Council ~of Nicaea: " 267 3, 83 | Epistle of Pope Silvester, quoted in the ~same distinction: " 268 3, 83 | by the Council of Toledo, quoted above (ad ~1), sacrifices 269 3, 87 | offenses, in the passage quoted, denote the ~irregularities 270 3, 89 | read in the Distinction quoted above (OBJ[3]): "The canons ~ 271 Suppl, 6 | answer that the ~Decretal quoted above does not bind others 272 Suppl, 8 | one to another") quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, 273 Suppl, 8 | the authority of Augustine quoted in the text (Sent. ix, D, ~ 274 Suppl, 8 | Further, the authorities quoted in the text prove the same ( 275 Suppl, 8 | Reply OBJ 1: In the words quoted two things are mentioned 276 Suppl, 11| Nevertheless in the cases quoted one should apply some kind 277 Suppl, 12| text (Sent. iv, D, 15) and quoted from Augustine [*Gennadius ~ 278 Suppl, 29| the churches are not those quoted above, but take the form 279 Suppl, 38| appears from the authorities quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, 280 Suppl, 40| sense that the ~authorities quoted speak.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 281 Suppl, 43| to agree with the example quoted by the Decretal.~Aquin.: 282 Suppl, 48| For Jerome [*The words quoted are found ~implicitly in 283 Suppl, 48| examples and authorities ~quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, 284 Suppl, 49| Comment. in Eph. 5:25), as quoted in ~the text (Sent. iv, 285 Suppl, 53| proved by many authorities quoted in ~the text (Sent. iv, 286 Suppl, 54| Gregory ~(Regist., epis. xxxi) quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, 287 Suppl, 55| proved by the authorities quoted in the text (Sent. iv, ~ 288 Suppl, 55| indicated in the ~verse quoted above (A[1]). Formerly these 289 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship ~quoted above (A[1]), as also the 290 Suppl, 56| This is proved by authority quoted in the text (Sent. ~iv, 291 Suppl, 57| proved by the authorities quoted in the text (Sent. ~iv, 292 Suppl, 57| proved by the authorities quoted in the text (Sent. ~iv, 293 Suppl, 59| wife, and these words are quoted in the Decretals ~(XXVIII, 294 Suppl, 64| Serm. de Esu Agni viii] ~quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, 295 Suppl, 64| Reply OBJ 2: The authority quoted shows not that it is a mortal 296 Suppl, 64| Lerida, which ~decision is quoted by the Decretals.~ 297 Suppl, 65| De Bono Conjug. xv) as quoted in the text (Sent. ~iv, 298 Suppl, 65| venial: since the words quoted from Gregory are to be ~ 299 Suppl, 67| the ~passage is apparently quoted from memory.] Therefore 300 Suppl, 69| as Augustine, in the book quoted above, relates of the martyr 301 Suppl, 69| Reply OBJ 2: The authorities quoted speak in the sense that 302 Suppl, 70| ii, 17] says the same as ~quoted by the Master (Sent. iv, 303 Suppl, 70| when deciding the point, as quoted above (De ~Civ. Dei xxi). 304 Suppl, 71| Damascene, in the sermon quoted ~above, that these words 305 Suppl, 71| 1~Reply OBJ 2: The words quoted refer expressly to the sequel 306 Suppl, 71| Augustine (Enchiridion cix), as quoted in ~the text (Sent. iv, 307 Suppl, 71| appears from the authors quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 308 Suppl, 71| 1/2~On the contrary, As quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, 309 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted refer to those who are in 310 Suppl, 71| implied by the expressions ~quoted in the aforesaid authorities. 311 Suppl, 71| Augustine ~(Enchiridion cx) are quoted: "The suffrages of the Church 312 Suppl, 71| 1/2~On the contrary, As quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, 313 Suppl, 71| Hence, ~after the words quoted we read: "For oil and candles 314 Suppl, 71| better off by the authority quoted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 315 Suppl, 72| appears from the authority quoted, it would seem that the 316 Suppl, 72| the authority of Gregory quoted above (ad ~3), the saints 317 Suppl, 72| refers. For ~before the words quoted, he had said (2 Pt. 3:5- 318 Suppl, 72| the contrary, The gloss quoted above (A[5], OBJ[1]) on 319 Suppl, 72| hell." Now the ~passage quoted refers to that fire of which 320 Suppl, 72| like manner the examples, quoted by ~the Apostle and Gregory, 321 Suppl, 73| Gregory [*Moral. xxxi, as quoted by St. Albert the Great, ~ 322 Suppl, 75| the authority of Augustine quoted above, as well as ~with 323 Suppl, 77| says (De Civ. Dei xxii) quoted in the text (Sent. iv, D, ~ 324 Suppl, 84| ad Hebr.), as we have ~quoted before (Sent. iv, D, 17): " 325 Suppl, 86| to understand the words quoted, as a gloss on the passage 326 Suppl, 88| future. For ~the definition quoted applies to the "now" only 327 Suppl, 88| Apoc. 21:23) by ~the words quoted, according to which that " 328 Suppl, 89| 1~Reply OBJ 1: The words quoted can be explained in three 329 Suppl, 89| both cases the authority quoted can be ~verified. For since 330 Suppl, 89| Further, Jerome says again (as quoted by Augustine, Ep. cxlvii): " 331 Suppl, 89| Reply OBJ 2: The passage quoted does not mean that we are 332 Suppl, 92| Nor do the authorities quoted prove anything to the contrary. 333 Suppl, 92| Moses speaks in the ~passage quoted above. Wherefore in the 334 Suppl, 93| the meaning of the gloss quoted ~above. For if "aurea" and " 335 Suppl, 93| the reason given by Bede ~quoted above, although another 336 Suppl, 93| upon poverty. ~The gloss quoted takes aureole in the broad 337 Suppl, 94| resurrection. Again Augustine, as quoted in the text of ~Sentent. 338 Suppl, 96| Reply OBJ 2: In the words quoted the distribution (of the 339 Suppl, 96| Augustine says in the book quoted above (De Civ. Dei ~xxi, 340 Appen1, 1| OBJ 1: In the authority quoted punishment denotes, not 341 Appen2, 1| of Nyssa, after the words quoted above, adds: "This we preach, ~ 342 Appen2, 1| Reply OBJ 1: The authority quoted is speaking of the labor


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