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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | eternal bliss. This is a ~sufficient answer to the Objections.~ 2 1, 3 | for nothing can be the ~sufficient cause of its own existence, 3 1, 6 | Body Para. 4/4~This is a sufficient Reply to the Objections.~ 4 1, 10 | This, however, is not a ~sufficient reason; because time is 5 1, 10 | these reasons, ~however, is sufficient; forasmuch as things which 6 1, 12 | intellectual substance is sufficient by its own ~natural powers 7 1, 12 | regards the object being sufficient, ~namely, God, who in Himself 8 1, 15 | the divine essence is a sufficient principle of knowing ~and 9 1, 19 | This does not seem to be a sufficient explanation, for two reasons. ~ 10 1, 23 | 3:5), that "we are not sufficient to think anything of ~ourselves 11 1, 23 | uses just so many as are ~sufficient for the required measurements 12 1, 23 | produces just so many as are sufficient for the ~preservation of 13 1, 23 | majority of men have a sufficient knowledge for the guidance 14 1, 31 | suppositum"; and so, there is sufficient reason for using it, ~where 15 1, 32 | the purpose of furnishing sufficient proof of some ~principle, 16 1, 32 | in natural science, where sufficient proof can be brought ~to 17 1, 32 | way, not as furnishing a sufficient proof ~of a principle, but 18 1, 32 | however, as if this proof were sufficient, forasmuch as some other 19 1, 45 | this does ~not appear to be sufficient; because every divine effect 20 1, 46 | Further, if there is a sufficient cause, there is an effect; 21 1, 46 | effect follow. But God is the sufficient cause ~of the world; being 22 1, 46 | God was from eternity the sufficient cause of the ~world, we 23 1, 47 | to the end, one only is sufficient. But the creature is not 24 1, 52 | no one man's strength is sufficient for ~moving the boat; while 25 1, 56 | because no created likeness is sufficient ~to represent the Divine 26 1, 57 | the universal is not the sufficient ~principle for knowing the 27 1, 59 | diversity of their aspects is sufficient for diversifying the ~faculties, 28 1, 60 | since nature is not the sufficient principle thereof: ~but 29 1, 62 | because free-will is not the sufficient cause of merit; and, ~consequently, 30 1, 62 | which make up beatitude are sufficient of ~themselves. But in order 31 1, 76 | things ~and universals, it is sufficient that the intellectual power 32 1, 76 | This answer does not ~seem sufficient; because before sin the 33 1, 77 | smaller variety ~of powers is sufficient. In God there is no power 34 1, 46 | this does ~not appear to be sufficient; because every divine effect 35 1, 47 | Further, if there is a sufficient cause, there is an effect; 36 1, 47 | effect follow. But God is the sufficient cause ~of the world; being 37 1, 47 | God was from eternity the sufficient cause of the ~world, we 38 1, 48 | to the end, one only is sufficient. But the ~creature is not 39 1, 53 | no one man's strength is sufficient for ~moving the boat; while 40 1, 57 | because no created likeness is sufficient ~to represent the Divine 41 1, 58 | the universal is not the sufficient ~principle for knowing the 42 1, 60 | diversity of their aspects is sufficient for diversifying the ~faculties, 43 1, 61 | since nature is not the sufficient principle thereof: ~but 44 1, 63 | because free-will is not the sufficient cause of merit; and, ~consequently, 45 1, 63 | which make up beatitude are sufficient of ~themselves. But in order 46 1, 75 | things ~and universals, it is sufficient that the intellectual power 47 1, 75 | This answer does not ~seem sufficient; because before sin the 48 1, 76 | smaller variety ~of powers is sufficient. In God there is no power 49 1, 77 | appetite, as such, are not sufficient to ~cause movement, unless 50 1, 80 | the lower appetite is not sufficient to cause ~movement, unless 51 1, 82 | because the ~free-will is not sufficient thereto unless it be moved 52 1, 83 | 5~But in this opinion no sufficient reason can be assigned for 53 1, 83 | species: neither is this a sufficient ~explanation. Because if 54 1, 87 | likeness of nature is not a sufficient cause of ~knowledge; otherwise 55 1, 92 | from ~something else, is sufficient to make an image; for if 56 1, 93 | soul knows itself, is not ~sufficient to lead it to the knowledge 57 1, 94 | was ~created he was given sufficient help to stand, but not sufficient 58 1, 94 | sufficient help to stand, but not sufficient to ~advance." But whoever 59 1, 98 | some animals at birth have sufficient strength to use ~their members. 60 1, 98 | children should not have sufficient ~strength for the use of 61 1, 98 | children would not have had sufficient ~strength for the use of 62 1, 100 | Children would have had sufficient knowledge to direct them ~ 63 1, 104 | anything which in itself is a sufficient principle of ~movement, 64 1, 104 | natural to the soul, is a ~sufficient principle of understanding. 65 1, 104 | the ~thing understood is a sufficient principle of understanding; 66 1, 104 | created intellect are not sufficient to enable the ~created intellect 67 1, 109 | heavenly bodies are not sufficient; therefore in our ~opinion 68 1, 112 | degree, but ~not in any sufficient degree; forasmuch as he 69 1, 112 | man to good, but not in a sufficient degree; ~because in the 70 1, 114 | they would be of themselves sufficient to act. But to anyone who ~ 71 1, 114 | matter is not of itself sufficient to act. And therefore it ~ 72 1, 114 | their action. For given a sufficient cause, the effect follows ~ 73 1, 114 | But heavenly bodies are a sufficient cause of their ~effects. 74 1, 116 | reason of his not having sufficient ~collating power to be able 75 2, 4 | Further, Happiness is the sufficient good and lulls desire. But ~ 76 2, 5 | Happiness is "the perfect and sufficient good" ~(Ethic. i, 7) it 77 2, 5 | happiness is a ~"perfect and sufficient good," it excludes every 78 2, 5 | happiness is the "perfect and ~sufficient good," it must needs set 79 2, 10 | 10. But a mover, if it be sufficient, moves the ~movable of necessity. 80 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sufficient mover of a power is none 81 2, 14 | one man ~by himself may be sufficient to consider these things. 82 2, 30 | finite measure of riches, sufficient for the necessities of ~ 83 2, 41 | natural ~inclination is nowise sufficient. This is due either to the 84 2, 50 | For everything divine is ~sufficient of itself, and exists in 85 2, 51 | employ two where one is sufficient. But ~the powers of the 86 2, 68 | neither is this distinction sufficient. Because the ~virtues also 87 2, 68 | fear against pride." But a sufficient ~remedy for all these things 88 2, 68 | prompting of reason is not ~sufficient, and there is need for the 89 2, 69 | which ~our reason is not sufficient, since we need to be moved 90 2, 70 | a fruit. ~Because it is sufficient for a fruit to be something 91 2, 73 | murder is the direct and sufficient cause of ~bodily death; 92 2, 73 | man can of himself be the sufficient cause of ~another's spiritual 93 2, 75 | applying to a cause which is sufficient and not impeded. ~For it 94 2, 75 | happens that a thing is the sufficient cause of something else, ~ 95 2, 75 | sin, but not so as to be a sufficient ~cause thereof: and the 96 2, 75 | and the will alone is the sufficient completive cause of ~sin 97 2, 76 | nevertheless his knowledge is sufficient for him to be ~aware that 98 2, 80 | that persuades, is the ~sufficient cause of sin. Therefore 99 2, 95 | actions cannot be taken into ~sufficient consideration except by 100 2, 98 | thing is such that it is sufficient in itself to conduce to 101 2, 98 | attaining the end, but is not sufficient for the realization thereof. ~ 102 2, 101 | which conduces to an end is sufficient to conduce ~thereto, then 103 2, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sufficient reason can be assigned for 104 2, 102 | 1: It would seem that no sufficient reason can be assigned for 105 2, 106 | is concerned it gives man sufficient help to avoid sin.~Aquin.: 106 2, 108 | Whether the New Law makes sufficient provision in prescribing 107 2, 108 | Whether the New Law made sufficient ordinations about external 108 2, 109 | 3:5): "Not that we are sufficient to think anything of ourselves, 109 2, 109 | light, which of itself is ~sufficient for knowing certain intelligible 110 2, 109 | natural reason is not the sufficient principle of the ~health 111 2, 109 | from sin; yet it is not sufficient ~without God's help. Hence 112 2, 109 | God is ~omnipotent, He is sufficient to ensure our doing good 113 2, 111 | grace in man, since it is ~sufficient, according to 2 Cor. 12: 114 2, 111 | Cor. 12:9: "My grace is sufficient for thee." ~But the same 115 2, 112 | Cor. 12:9): ~"My grace is sufficient for thee."~Aquin.: SMT FS 116 2, 113 | made. And sometimes this sufficient ~disposition for the reception 117 2, 114 | good we ~do, we cannot make sufficient return to God, since yet 118 2, 114 | that no created nature is a sufficient principle of an act ~meritorious 119 2, 114 | dwells in man; and He is a sufficient cause of life ~everlasting; 120 2, 1 | seems that there ~is not a sufficient number of articles.~Aquin.: 121 2, 1 | point of view, there was a ~sufficient motive for those who referred 122 2, 2 | all people: but it was not sufficient at all times and for ~all 123 2, 2 | of faith, either has a ~sufficient motive for believing, or 124 2, 2 | he has not. If he has a sufficient ~motive for his belief, 125 2, 2 | whereas if he ~has not a sufficient motive for believing, this 126 2, 2 | OBJ 3: The believer has sufficient motive for believing, for 127 2, 2 | lightly. He has not, however, sufficient reason for ~scientific knowledge, 128 2, 2 | human ~reason provides sufficient proof, the merit of faith 129 2, 3 | For, seemingly, a thing is sufficient for salvation, if it is ~ 130 2, 6 | neither of which is a sufficient cause, since of those who 131 2, 8 | self-evident: ~while faith is sufficient in respect of such things 132 2, 17 | the soul has ~already the sufficient cause of the glory of the 133 2, 30 | urgency, and had merely sufficient ~to support himself and 134 2, 30 | and he would still have sufficient for the decencies of life 135 2, 41 | A[1]), ~nothing can be a sufficient cause of a man's spiritual 136 2, 41 | a ~sin as to give others sufficient ground for scandal. Hence 137 2, 42 | charity, so that two are not sufficient.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 138 2, 42 | precepts of charity are not sufficient.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 139 2, 43 | matters in which he is not sufficient by himself, he should be ~ 140 2, 45 | is twofold: one is merely sufficient with regard ~to things necessary 141 2, 45 | diligence which is more than sufficient, whereby a man is ~able 142 2, 53 | what He means by adding: "Sufficient for the day is the evil ~ 143 2, 58 | evil of another ~without sufficient cause, he despises him unduly, 144 2, 58 | thinks ill of another without sufficient cause, he injures and ~despises 145 2, 60 | would seem that it is not sufficient to restore the exact ~amount 146 2, 60 | and consequently it is not sufficient to restore the exact amount.~ 147 2, 60 | that when he has received sufficient ~compensation from one, 148 2, 61 | on account of his having sufficient knowledge, you consider ~ 149 2, 62 | when he ~does not take sufficient care. Hence, according to 150 2, 62 | OBJ 1: Lamech did not take sufficient care to avoid taking a man' 151 2, 62 | unlawful, or ~failing to take sufficient care.~ 152 2, 66 | provided he can offer ~sufficient proof, since it is the accuser' 153 2, 66 | community, or if he cannot offer sufficient proof, a man is not bound 154 2, 66 | a secret when there are sufficient witnesses to ~prove it.~ 155 2, 67 | made, this being considered sufficient time for deliberating on 156 2, 68 | or three persons is not ~sufficient. For judgment requires certitude. 157 2, 68 | two or ~three witnesses sufficient for the condemnation of 158 2, 69 | AA[5],9). Now no man is ~sufficient to bestow a work of mercy 159 2, 71 | Moreover the reviler is not the sufficient cause of ~unfriendliness 160 2, 81 | wavering." Now faith is not ~sufficient for merit, as instanced 161 2, 85 | they were able to provide a sufficient livelihood for the ~Levites 162 2, 95 | manner, ~as though it were a sufficient punishment; because a more 163 2, 97 | When one punishment is not sufficient to deter a man from ~sin, 164 2, 101 | iv, 3), honor is not a ~sufficient reward of virtue: yet nothing 165 2, 102 | threefold obedience; one, sufficient ~for salvation, and consisting 166 2, 104 | will to pay back would be ~sufficient for gratitude.~Aquin.: SMT 167 2, 113 | slays effectively, being ~a sufficient cause of death; whereas 168 2, 113 | by flattering can be a ~sufficient cause of another's sinning, 169 2, 113 | he harms himself, as the sufficient cause of sinning, whereas 170 2, 120 | expressed. For it is not sufficient for salvation that one ~ 171 2, 122 | testimony is not held to be sufficient, and consequently this is 172 2, 127 | towards God, not that we are sufficient to think anything of ourselves, ~ 173 2, 127 | social animal, for he is sufficient ~by himself to provide for 174 2, 127 | 1: Virtue is said to be sufficient for itself, because it can ~ 175 2, 128 | 3:5): "Not that we are ~sufficient to think anything of ourselves, 176 2, 128 | that for which one is not ~sufficient, be a sin, it seems that 177 2, 132 | external fortune, but are sufficient for ~themselves," as Seneca 178 2, 142 | Observing the mean is not sufficient for the notion of ~virtue, 179 2, 142 | but not every good is ~sufficient for the notion of virtue. 180 2, 145 | provide themselves with sufficient for ~one meal are not excused, 181 2, 145 | only one meal is ~seemingly sufficient for this purpose, since 182 2, 147 | way, ~according as it is sufficient for salvation: and in this 183 2, 147 | while in women there is not sufficient ~strength of mind to resist 184 2, 148 | water: wherefore this is no sufficient cause for ~excusing a man 185 2, 150 | advance spiritually. Wherefore sufficient ~provision is made for the 186 2, 151 | Conjug. xxv): "This is a ~sufficient answer to heretics, if only 187 2, 152 | woman by fornication, ~make sufficient provision for the upbringing 188 2, 154 | vehement they be, are not the sufficient cause of incontinence, ~ 189 2, 154 | an ~occasional but not a sufficient cause of incontinence, as 190 2, 159 | above our equals: this is sufficient. The second is ~to submit 191 2, 159 | 3:5, "Not ~that we are sufficient to think anything of ourselves 192 2, 170 | for this nature ~is not sufficient, and grace is necessary.~ 193 2, 172 | Sometimes, however, it is sufficient to have phantasms ~abstracted 194 2, 174 | many means where one is ~sufficient; and much less does God 195 2, 175 | word of faith, but it ~was sufficient for him to mention the word 196 2, 183 | removal ~of his ignorance by sufficient instruction. Again, if he 197 2, 183 | Church. But those who have sufficient income from ~their parents 198 2, 183 | charged, that there may be ~sufficient for them that are widows 199 2, 185 | that the Church may ~have "sufficient for them that are widows 200 2, 185 | Jerome] that "those who have sufficient income from their parents 201 2, 186 | difficulty of finding a sufficient ~number of persons to be 202 3, 1 | Satisfaction may be said to be sufficient in two ~ways - first, perfectly, 203 3, 1 | of a mere ~man cannot be sufficient for sin, both because the 204 3, 1 | satisfaction may be termed sufficient, imperfectly - i.e. in the ~ 205 3, 1 | satisfaction of a mere man is sufficient. And ~forasmuch as every 206 3, 1 | because He ~offered what was sufficient for blotting out all sins. 207 3, 1 | the end of the world was sufficient for the ~salvation of human 208 3, 7 | plenitude of grace. Now grace is sufficient for every good act, ~according 209 3, 7 | Cor. 12:9: "My grace is sufficient for thee." Therefore ~there 210 3, 7 | i.e. inasmuch as she had sufficient ~grace for the state to 211 3, 7 | of grace, since he ~had sufficient grace to be a fit minister 212 3, 7 | the measure of grace is sufficient.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[12] 213 3, 8 | power of Christ, which is ~sufficient for the salvation of the 214 3, 24 | in all ~respects: it is sufficient that it imitate it in some.~ 215 3, 28 | though it were not the ~sufficient matter for a natural conception.~ 216 3, 29 | suspect." Consequently ~sufficient precaution would not have 217 3, 30 | therefore adduced, not as a ~sufficient argument, but as a kind 218 3, 35 | But this does not seem sufficient ~to make her His Mother: 219 3, 39 | semblance of a dove was sufficient ~for that purpose. Therefore 220 3, 43 | Whether His miracles are a sufficient proof of His Godhead?~Aquin.: 221 3, 43 | which Christ worked were a sufficient proof of His ~Godhead?~Aquin.: 222 3, 43 | Christ worked were not a ~sufficient proof of His Godhead. For 223 3, 43 | Therefore they were not a sufficient proof of His Godhead.~Aquin.: 224 3, 43 | which ~Christ worked are not sufficient proof of His Godhead.~Aquin.: 225 3, 43 | the particular is not a sufficient proof of the ~universal. 226 3, 43 | Therefore none of them was a sufficient proof of His Godhead, by 227 3, 43 | which Christ worked were a sufficient proof ~of His Godhead in 228 3, 43 | that particular work is a sufficient proof of the whole power 229 3, 43 | Christ by His own power is a ~sufficient proof that He is God.~ 230 3, 44 | Christ's ~miracles to be a sufficient proof of His Godhead. Now 231 3, 44 | of sins, does not seem a sufficient ~argument for the power 232 3, 46 | Christ's sufferings was sufficient of ~itself to redeem the 233 3, 46 | done as much as He deemed sufficient, then came His hour, not 234 3, 47 | inflicted on Him what ~was a sufficient cause of death, and with 235 3, 48 | Passion was not only a sufficient but a superabundant atonement 236 3, 48 | Christ's suffering was ~sufficient and superabundant atonement 237 3, 48 | Christ's Passion was a sufficient and a superabundant ~atonement 238 3, 49 | Christ's Passion is not the sufficient cause of the forgiveness 239 3, 49 | as Christ's Passion was sufficient and superabundant satisfaction 240 3, 49 | whole human race: but when sufficient satisfaction has been ~paid, 241 3, 51 | rising from the grave was a ~sufficient argument to prove that men 242 3, 55 | showed His disciples were not sufficient for manifesting His ~Resurrection.~ 243 3, 55 | those proofs were neither sufficient nor ~fitting for establishing 244 3, 55 | and each manifestation was sufficient ~in its own class. For in 245 3, 55 | 4~Again, the proofs were sufficient for showing that the Resurrection 246 3, 56 | bodies, because, given a sufficient cause, the effect ~must 247 3, 56 | Christ's Resurrection be the ~sufficient cause of the resurrection 248 3, 61 | Cor. 12:9): "My grace is ~sufficient for thee." But it would 249 3, 61 | OBJ 3: Further, given a sufficient cause, nothing more seems 250 3, 61 | Christ's Passion is the sufficient cause of ~our salvation; 251 3, 61 | OBJ 2: God's grace is a sufficient cause of man's salvation. 252 3, 61 | 3: Christ's Passion is a sufficient cause of man's salvation. ~ 253 3, 62 | the very least grace is sufficient ~to resist any degree of 254 3, 66 | that it would be equally sufficient to pour water over ~any 255 3, 69 | 2: Further, Penance is a sufficient cause of the remission of 256 3, 69 | above (Q[68], A[5]), is a sufficient satisfaction for all the 257 3, 69 | he himself had offered ~sufficient satisfaction for all his 258 3, 71 | This, however, would not be sufficient in the case of adults ~having 259 3, 72 | Cor. 12:9): "My ~grace is sufficient for thee": and he says of 260 3, 74 | flourish, in a quantity ~sufficient for this sacrament. ~Aquin.: 261 3, 77 | quantity of the liquid. For if ~sufficient liquid were mixed so as 262 3, 77 | understood when there is not sufficient mixing of extraneous liquid 263 3, 79 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, given sufficient cause, the effect follows. 264 3, 79 | accomplished, is indeed the sufficient cause of glory, yet not 265 3, 79 | Reply OBJ 3: Grace is the sufficient cause of the forgiveness 266 3, 82 | sacraments. ~Since, then, one is sufficient for consecrating, it seems 267 3, 82 | superfluous, since one would be ~sufficient. But whereas the priest 268 3, 83 | Christ's words are not ~sufficient of themselves for consecrating 269 3, 85 | can. Yet this will not be ~sufficient simply, but only according 270 3, 86 | Passion made satisfaction ~sufficient for all sins, as stated 271 3, 86 | Christ's Passion is of itself sufficient to remove all debt ~of punishment, 272 3, 87 | actually: and this is not sufficient for the remission ~of mortal 273 3, 88 | sacraments of grace are not the sufficient causes of the ~remission 274 Suppl, 1 | that his contrition was sufficient to take ~away all, and because 275 Suppl, 2 | one contrition for all is sufficient.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[6] 276 Suppl, 6 | Nevertheless ~man is not sufficient to expiate his sin by himself, 277 Suppl, 6 | himself, though he was ~sufficient to sin by himself, because 278 Suppl, 6 | the law of nature it ~was sufficient to acknowledge one's sin 279 Suppl, 9 | judgment of the ~priest. Now a sufficient punishment for different 280 Suppl, 9 | different priests would not be ~sufficient, because each would only 281 Suppl, 10| sorrow ~for sin was not sufficient for contrition, and if at 282 Suppl, 12| Yet the aforesaid are not ~sufficient causes of sin, for sin does 283 Suppl, 13| it is impossible to make ~sufficient satisfaction to Him. For 284 Suppl, 14| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Sufficient equalization is impossible 285 Suppl, 18| priority of time, being sufficient for the reception of grace, 286 Suppl, 21| it happens that there is sufficient cause on the part of ~the 287 Suppl, 25| the honor of God, there is sufficient reason for granting an ~ 288 Suppl, 25| remits punishment without sufficient ~reason, so that men are 289 Suppl, 26| supply of merits as to be ~sufficient both for the one person 290 Suppl, 36| be unable to find them in sufficient number, if he were to ~require 291 Suppl, 36| ministers are not ~to be found sufficient for the needs of the people, 292 Suppl, 39| manner, or failed to take sufficient care, since in this case 293 Suppl, 43| for a mortal sin it is ~sufficient to give consent to something 294 Suppl, 43| dissolved; and for proof it is sufficient that the fact be the common ~ 295 Suppl, 45| effect follows. Now the sufficient ~cause of matrimony is consent 296 Suppl, 45| matrimony our acts are the sufficient cause for the production 297 Suppl, 49| Whether those assigned are sufficient?~(3) Whether the sacrament 298 Suppl, 49| therefore these were not sufficient to excuse it ~marriage would 299 Suppl, 49| like circumstances ~are sufficient to prevent an action from 300 Suppl, 56| relationship is by itself a ~sufficient reason for friendship: wherefore 301 Suppl, 56| But instruction is not a sufficient cause of ~spiritual relationship, 302 Suppl, 56| the sacred font ~is not sufficient to contract a spiritual 303 Suppl, 58| Further, calidity may prove a sufficient incentive to carnal ~copulation 304 Suppl, 58| Although old people have not sufficient calidity to ~procreate, 305 Suppl, 58| to ~procreate, they have sufficient to copulate. Wherefore they 306 Suppl, 58| each ~party is capable of sufficient deliberation about marriage, 307 Suppl, 62| other, although there is sufficient ~reason for divorce in both. 308 Suppl, 62| this is in either of them a sufficient reason for divorce. ~But 309 Suppl, 62| on ~either hand there is sufficient reason for the punishment 310 Suppl, 65| marriage, since one man is sufficient to get children of several 311 Suppl, 66| words of the present is sufficient to cause ~irregularity.~ 312 Suppl, 67| Therefore, if hatred is a sufficient reason, a woman could be 313 Suppl, 67| Therefore hatred is not a ~sufficient reason for divorce.~Aquin.: 314 Suppl, 67| narrower limits, saying with ~sufficient probability that it was 315 Suppl, 67| altogether unjust, ~unless sufficient causes were alleged for 316 Suppl, 67| for divorce were either sufficient or not. ~If they were sufficient, 317 Suppl, 67| sufficient or not. ~If they were sufficient, the wife was debarred from 318 Suppl, 70| But this does not ~seem sufficient, because whatever is seen, 319 Suppl, 70| This mode of contact is ~sufficient for action.~Aquin.: SMT 320 Suppl, 71| for all in ~general is of sufficient value to release all who 321 Suppl, 72| The Divine essence is a sufficient medium for knowing all ~ 322 Suppl, 72| all men. Now there can be sufficient reward for labor in the ~ 323 Suppl, 72| opinion is confuted with sufficient probability by the ~changeableness 324 Suppl, 73| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A sufficient cause produces at once its 325 Suppl, 73| something else, no matter how sufficient it may be: thus heat, ~however 326 Suppl, 73| Therefore since these are a sufficient cause of our ~resurrection, 327 Suppl, 74| Nevertheless some assert with sufficient probability that it will 328 Suppl, 84| created intellect is not sufficient for ~this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 329 Suppl, 85| the last ~advent are not sufficient to enable us to determine 330 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 9: The sufficient motive for martyrdom is 331 Suppl, 93| any other truth is not a sufficient motive ~for martyrdom by 332 Suppl, 94| hell gives no light is not sufficient proof of its being of a ~ 333 Suppl, 94| 3: Hell will never lack sufficient room to admit the bodies 334 Appen1, 1| who ~falls venially has sufficient grace to attenuate the punishment. 335 Appen1, 2| That natural ~death is not sufficient for this, has been stated


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