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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | intelligent things both exist and live. Although therefore existence 2 1, 8 | the heavens, because to live and to exist do not import 3 1, 12 | we see men among whom we ~live, living and exercising the 4 1, 12 | we do not ~believe they live, but see it." Hence it is 5 1, 12 | Man shall not see Me, and live" (Ex. ~32:20), and a gloss 6 1, 12 | our soul, as long as we live in this life, has ~its being 7 1, 18 | To whom does it belong to live?~(2) What is life?~(3) Whether 8 1, 18 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to live belongs to all natural things?~ 9 1, 18 | OBJ 1: It seems that to live belongs to all natural things. 10 1, 18 | Further, plants are said to live, inasmuch as they in themselves ~ 11 1, 18 | that ~all natural bodies live.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 12 1, 18 | which ~animals are said to live: and this it is in which 13 1, 18 | that an animal begins to live when it ~begins to move 14 1, 18 | In living ~things, to live is to be."~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 18 | operation, belong naturally. To live, ~accordingly, is nothing 16 1, 18 | Ethic. ix, 9) ~that to live is principally to sense 17 1, 18 | Philosopher here takes "to live" to mean an operation ~of 18 1, 18 | says (Ethic. ix, 9) that to live ~is to sense or to understand - 19 1, 18 | For things ~are said to live inasmuch as they move themselves, 20 1, 18 | since a thing is said to live in so ~far as it operates 21 1, 18 | Acts 17:28), "In Him we live, and move, and be." But 22 1, 18 | substance that does not live. If, therefore, ~things 23 1, 18 | I answer that, In God to live is to understand, as before 24 1, 18 | when he says, "In ~Him we live, move, and be"; since our 25 1, 19 | Thus that a man should live is good; and ~that a man 26 1, 19 | kill him is a good; that he live is an evil. Hence it may 27 1, 19 | antecedently he wills all men to live; but consequently ~wills 28 1, 19 | manner ~he would will him to live, to wit, inasmuch as he 29 1, 19 | thou shalt die, and not live" ~(Is. 38:1). Yet this did 30 1, 22 | A lion would cease to live, if there were no slaying 31 1, 51 | by them, which seems to live and to ~exercise vital functions, 32 1, 54 | since in living things to live is ~to be," as he says ( 33 1, 54 | relation between "life" and "to live" is not the same ~as that 34 1, 54 | does not follow, if "to live" is "to ~be," that "life" 35 1, 54 | For in ~living things to live is to be, as the Philosopher 36 1, 54 | understand is in a sense to live" (De Anima ii, text. ~37). 37 1, 54 | understand is, in a sense, to live: for there he distinguishes 38 1, 64 | best, which ~is, to be, to live, to understand." Therefore 39 1, 66 | ministering spirit could not live in darkness, but made his 40 1, 72 | amongst animals, those that live on land are, generally ~ 41 1, 75 | life of those things which ~live: for we call living things " 42 1, 76 | animals which continue to live when they have been divided 43 1, 76 | causing the ~other parts to live, for each part has a natural 44 1, 52 | by them, which seems to live and to ~exercise vital functions, 45 1, 55 | since in living things to live is ~to be," as he says ( 46 1, 55 | relation between "life" and "to live" is not the same ~as that 47 1, 55 | does not follow, if "to live" is "to ~be," that "life" 48 1, 55 | For in ~living things to live is to be, as the Philosopher 49 1, 55 | understand is in a sense to live" (De Anima ii, text. ~37). 50 1, 55 | understand is, in a sense, to live: for there he distinguishes 51 1, 65 | best, which ~is, to be, to live, to understand." Therefore 52 1, 67 | ministering spirit could not live in darkness, but made his 53 1, 71 | amongst animals, those that live on land are, generally ~ 54 1, 74 | life of those things which ~live: for we call living things " 55 1, 75 | animals which continue to live when they have been divided 56 1, 75 | causing the ~other parts to live, for each part has a natural 57 1, 77 | ways is a thing said to live. For the ~Philosopher says ( 58 1, 77 | ways a thing is said to ~live, and even if only one of 59 1, 77 | present, the thing is said to ~live; as intellect and sense, 60 1, 81 | will by ~which we sin and live well," and so the will extends 61 1, 91 | which ~the male and female live together for life; which 62 1, 92 | secondly, because they live; and thirdly because they ~ 63 1, 96 | tree of life, and eat, and live for ever." ~Further, Augustine 64 1, 101 | afterwards placed him there to live there during ~the whole 65 1, 118 | animals which continue to live after being cut in two: 66 2, 1 | inasmuch as they are, or live, or even know.~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 2 | be" is better ~than "to live," and "to live" is better 68 2, 2 | than "to live," and "to live" is better than all that 69 2, 2 | Dionysius says that things that live are better than things that 70 2, 10 | intellect; and to be and to live and other like things ~which 71 2, 10 | such as "to be" and "to live," ~and the like. But other 72 2, 14 | God, or that man cannot live without suitable nourishment. ~ 73 2, 28 | and becoming ~union - to live together, speak together, 74 2, 34 | Because, since ~none can live without some sensible and 75 2, 35 | genus is applicable: thus a ~live coal or a flame is said 76 2, 55 | of the mind, by which we ~live righteously, of which no 77 2, 55 | virtue is that "by which we live righteously."~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 55 | in the words "by which we live righteously": and ~its distinction 79 2, 56 | virtue is that by ~which we live righteously." But we live 80 2, 56 | live righteously." But we live by the essence of the soul, 81 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "To live" may be taken in two ways. 82 2, 56 | thing. But sometimes "to live" is taken for the operation 83 2, 56 | this sense, by virtue we live righteously, inasmuch as 84 2, 56 | virtue is that by which we live rightly," as we have said 85 2, 57 | needs art, not that he may live well, but that he may produce 86 2, 59 | no ~man is to be found to live without committing slight 87 2, 61 | if we follow Him we shall live aright." Consequently the 88 2, 72 | stated ~in Rm. 8:13: "If you live according to the flesh, 89 2, 72 | of the flesh, you shall live." Now to ~live or walk according 90 2, 72 | you shall live." Now to ~live or walk according to the 91 2, 72 | denotes man, who is said to live according to the flesh, 92 2, 73 | the animal would cease to live: and the same applies to 93 2, 74 | the will ~that we sin, and live righteously."~Aquin.: SMT 94 2, 79 | heart is not softened to live aright; and as regards this 95 2, 87 | the "wicked ~would wish to live without end, that they might 96 2, 87 | Why then do] the wicked live, ~are [they] advanced, and 97 2, 87 | because men are wont to live long enough to see the third ~ 98 2, 94 | truth ~about God, and to live in society: and in this 99 2, 94 | those among whom one has to live, and other ~such things 100 2, 95 | customs; since man cannot live ~alone in society, paying 101 2, 95 | without which men cannot live together, which is a point 102 2, 98 | in which they shall not live." But a law is not said 103 2, 98 | in which they shall ~not live"; i.e. whereby they are 104 2, 100 | outward acts, whereby men live in communion with one ~another. 105 2, 100 | who are his neighbors and live ~with him under God.~Aquin.: 106 2, 100 | which if a man do, he shall live in them." But the spiritual ~ 107 2, 100 | precepts of the Law is said to ~live in them, because he did 108 2, 102 | animals, which, like man, live in the air. Again, fish 109 2, 102 | and mice and such ~like, live underground, whence they 110 2, 105 | another. Because men cannot live ~together in peace, if one 111 2, 106 | various places, so do they live in ~various times. But God, " 112 2, 109 | aid of ~grace in order to live righteously and to keep 113 2, 109 | if he is most righteous, ~live righteously unless he be 114 2, 109 | assistance of grace in order to live righteously.~Aquin.: SMT 115 2, 109 | above (A[5]), in order to live righteously a ~man needs 116 2, 110 | of the mind, whereby we live righteously," etc. Therefore 117 2, 4 | That which makes an animal live is inseparable from an ~ 118 2, 4 | faith its form, ~or makes it live, is not essential to faith. 119 2, 16 | affections to Him, so that ~we live, not for ourselves, but 120 2, 19 | should be ~converted, and live" [*Vulg.: 'Is it My will 121 2, 19 | should be converted and live?' Cf. Ezech. 33:11]: while ~ 122 2, 23 | wherein it is ~impossible to live without sin, according to 123 2, 24 | proper to friendship as to live together," as the Philosopher 124 2, 24 | thou shalt not suffer to live." ~Therefore sinners should 125 2, 24 | destroyed, but that the ~man may live.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 126 2, 24 | his friend to be ~and to live; secondly, he desires good 127 2, 24 | charity for the demons who live in hell and compass death.~ 128 2, 25 | we love "to be" and "to live," and these are made manifest 129 2, 26 | should wish him to be and to live; ~the third, that he should 130 2, 28 | naturally wish to be and to live: secondly, a man wishes 131 2, 30 | annoyance to those ~who live with him, even beside his 132 2, 30 | body: both that he may ~live in the memory of man whose 133 2, 30 | a man cannot without it ~live in keeping with his social 134 2, 30 | insufficient for one to live in keeping with one's station 135 2, 30 | life: for no man ought to live unbecomingly. ~There are, 136 2, 30 | be eased," i.e. should live on you without working themselves, " 137 2, 32 | human will, since "to be, to live, to understand," which are ~ 138 2, 41 | thou compel the gentiles to live as do the Jews?" ~Therefore 139 2, 62 | wicked turn from his way and live." Therefore it seems ~altogether 140 2, 62 | we wish our ~friends to live and to exist," according 141 2, 62 | thou shalt not ~suffer to live"; and (Ps. 100:8): "In the 142 2, 62 | rather allow the wicked to live, and that vengeance is to 143 2, 62 | Who kills ~and makes to live. Hence whoever takes his 144 2, 62 | kill and I will make to live."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 145 2, 72 | place, since "no man can live ~without friends," as the 146 2, 81 | those among whom we have to live. Accordingly we ought to 147 2, 81 | in saying that "while we live, we can pray one for ~another; 148 2, 81 | xxxv), "a man who wishes to live according to ~the gospel 149 2, 85 | that the ~latter might live respectably; and also because 150 2, 85 | have no possessions, but live by trade, and these would ~ 151 2, 88 | that a man who wishes to live ~according to the Gospel 152 2, 98 | receive the wherewithal ~to live, charity demands that this 153 2, 104 | parents ~namely, to be and to live, the son cannot make an 154 2, 107 | be impossible for men to live together, unless they believed 155 2, 112 | towards those among ~whom we live. Therefore this virtue is 156 2, 112 | last. Now as man could not ~live in society without truth, 157 2, 112 | equity obliges a man ~to live agreeably with his fellow-men; 158 2, 116 | are necessary ~for him to live in keeping with his condition 159 2, 120 | the Father of spirits and live?" Now the precept of ~piety, 160 2, 120 | those who honor them not live a long time. Therefore it ~ 161 2, 120 | undutiful to their ~parents, live longer.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 162 2, 127 | in thy soul, thou shalt live in great ~assurance": and 163 2, 127 | is confident that he will live long. or in another, for ~ 164 2, 138 | living. Now in order to live aright man needs ~not only 165 2, 140 | that "as a child ~ought to live according to the direction 166 2, 142 | attestation of those among whom we live is more ~cogent since they 167 2, 147 | Titus 2:12): "We should live soberly and justly and ~ 168 2, 149 | possible to be just unless one live by faith." Whence he argues 169 2, 152 | blood relations must needs live in close ~touch with one 170 2, 152 | persons ~who must needs live together.~Aquin.: SMT SS 171 2, 152 | require, so that they may live together in a useful and 172 2, 154 | divine love, ~exclaimed: I live, now not I" (Gal. 2:20). 173 2, 154 | by the will we sin and live aright" ~[*Retract. i, 9]. 174 2, 161 | man is the head, he should live better, and give an ~example 175 2, 162 | the tree of life . . . and live for ~ever."~Aquin.: SMT 176 2, 162 | Hence in the words "And live for ever," ~"for ever" signifies " 177 2, 163 | it, but they continue to live ~in the nature which they 178 2, 169 | surely die, and shalt not live," and ~yet fifteen years 179 2, 169 | Thou ~shalt die, and not live"; in other words, "The disposition 180 2, 171 | thou shalt die and ~not live," says: "Prophets can read 181 2, 173 | Divine love" exclaimed: "I ~live, now not I, but Christ liveth 182 2, 177 | that "in living things to ~live is to be." Now the soul 183 2, 177 | Anima iii, 10); while "to live" comes before "to ~understand," 184 2, 177 | understand," since "to live" comes first to living things 185 2, 177 | those things are said to live whose ~movement or operation 186 2, 177 | of operation. Hence "to live" is, in ~living things, " 187 2, 178 | Ezech.): "As long as we live ~in this mortal flesh, no 188 2, 180 | frequently they who might live advantageously occupied ~ 189 2, 182 | cxxv): "In the monastery so live as to deserve to be a ~clerk." 190 2, 182 | expresses himself: "So ~live in the monastery as to deserve 191 2, 182 | those who in any way at all live in the world, there is ~ 192 2, 183 | already cleansed by the live coal taken from the ~altar, 193 2, 183 | Now it is evident that to live without ~possessing anything 194 2, 183 | themselves at their ordination to live without possessions of ~ 195 2, 183 | it necessary for them to live without anything of their ~ 196 2, 183 | bishops are not bound to live without possessions of their ~ 197 2, 183 | all to obedience, ~and to live without property of their 198 2, 184 | particular. For those who live in the world, keep ~something 199 2, 184 | superiors: whereas those who ~live in religion give themselves 200 2, 184 | occupied in work than those who live in ~monasteries."~Aquin.: 201 2, 184 | profession whereby a man vows to live according to the ~rule), 202 2, 184 | profess, not the rule, but to live ~according to the rule, 203 2, 185 | it is lawful for them to live on alms?~(5) Whether it 204 2, 185 | be ~dead to the world and live to God, are unworthy of 205 2, 185 | as to have ~wherewith to live or to give alms." Now it 206 2, 185 | likewise to belong to ~them to live and give alms through the 207 2, 185 | meat." So that if one could live without eating, one would ~ 208 2, 185 | couriers, and such like who live by their labor, are understood 209 2, 185 | labor, are understood to live ~by their handiwork: because, 210 2, 185 | lawful for religious to live on alms?~Aquin.: SMT SS 211 2, 185 | unlawful for religious to live on alms. For the ~Apostle ( 212 2, 185 | means of ~livelihood to live on the alms of the Church, 213 2, 185 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to live at the expense of the faithful 214 2, 185 | religious cannot lawfully live on ~the alms of the faithful.~ 215 2, 185 | Therefore they ~should not live on alms, but rather should 216 2, 185 | that religious should not live on alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS 217 2, 185 | Apostle was unwilling to ~live at the expense of the faithful, 218 2, 185 | read that he sought ~to live by the labor of his hands. 219 2, 185 | Therefore religious may lawfully live ~on alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS 220 2, 185 | that, A man may lawfully live on what is his or due to 221 2, 185 | their support, can lawfully live on ~such endowment without 222 2, 185 | yet without doubt ~they live on alms. Wherefore in like 223 2, 185 | faithful they can lawfully live on them. For it is absurd ~ 224 2, 185 | in need they can lawfully live on alms. Such necessity 225 2, 185 | this sense religious may live on alms as ~being due to 226 2, 185 | preach the Gospel should live by the ~Gospel." Hence Augustine 227 2, 185 | they have" (a claim to live at the charge of the ~faithful): " 228 2, 185 | they possessed, they may live on the alms ~given to the 229 2, 185 | for religious to wish to ~live in idleness on the alms 230 2, 185 | their ease, the serfs should live in ~comfort."~Aquin.: SMT 231 2, 185 | minister to the ~preachers may live on alms. Hence a gloss on 232 2, 185 | a ~person has a claim to live at the charge of the faithful, 233 2, 185 | occasioned through those who live in idleness on the common 234 2, 185 | preachers of the Gospel to live on alms, as stated above ~( 235 2, 185 | It becomes religious to live in imitation of Christ. ~ 236 2, 185 | livelihood in order to live in idleness. on the other 237 2, 186 | religious life of those who live in community?~Aquin.: SMT 238 2, 186 | religious life of those who live in community is more perfect ~ 239 2, 186 | religious life of those who live in ~community is more perfect 240 2, 186 | religious life of those who live in community would seem 241 2, 186 | it would ~seem better to live in community than in solitude.~ 242 2, 186 | religious life of those who live in community is more perfect 243 2, 186 | lonely places, content to live on ~water and the bread 244 2, 187 | of ~spirits that we may live [*'Shall we not much more 245 2, 187 | Father of ~Spirits, and live?']," as says the Apostle ( 246 2, 187 | religious, since even those who live in the world honor ~their 247 2, 187 | all shut themselves up and live in solitude, who will ~go 248 2, 187 | the religious begin to live less ~strictly, it is commendable 249 2, 187 | ad Rustic. Monach.): "So live in the monastery as to deserve ~ 250 3, 2 | living ~things to be is to live," as the Philosopher says ( 251 3, 2 | this way a body could not live by the Word, Which cannot 252 3, 15 | Lord having deigned to ~live in the form of a servant, 253 3, 28 | and "a holy man does not live otherwise than ~chastely."~ 254 3, 30 | angelic nature. Surely to ~live in the flesh and not according 255 3, 36 | worldly desires, we should live soberly, and ~justly, and 256 3, 40 | associate with other men and live like them. And therefore 257 3, 40 | forty." Or, because "we live in this mortal body composed 258 3, 40 | for this reason did He live in want. Learn ~this from 259 3, 40 | OBJ 1: Those who wish to live virtuously need to avoid 260 3, 45 | Man shall not see Me and live." ~This is what Jerome says 261 3, 48 | from sins: that now he may live the rest of his time in ~ 262 3, 49 | where he is believed to ~live with Elias until the coming 263 3, 51 | and they that hear shall live." Thirdly, as ~an example 264 3, 52 | state. For, so long as men live here below, they can be 265 3, 53 | he begins in any way to live anew after being actually 266 3, 55 | therefore, ~that He did not live with the disciples in a 267 3, 55 | disciples. Therefore He did not live constantly ~with them.~Aquin.: 268 3, 56 | dead to sin, ~that we may "live together with Him."~Aquin.: 269 3, 60 | since without them man can live aright." But ~the sacraments 270 3, 60 | 1]): so that man cannot live aright without them. ~Therefore 271 3, 61 | insufficient to make man live aright, and it ~became necessary 272 3, 65 | man begins to be and to live: and corresponding to this 273 3, 66 | dies to sin and begins to live anew unto righteousness. ~ 274 3, 67 | Father of Spirits, and live?" Therefore the spiritual 275 3, 68 | forth ~into the world to live among other men. Consequently 276 3, 68 | God, in Whose sight they live, so as, by a kind of privilege, 277 3, 69 | oldness of sin, and begins to live unto the newness of ~grace. 278 3, 69 | we believe that we ~shall live also together with Christ." 279 3, 69 | If a man after ~Baptism live in the flesh, he has concupiscence 280 3, 69 | forthwith, but suffers him to live for a little time in shame 281 3, 69 | Gal. ~2:20): "And that I live now in the flesh; I live 282 3, 69 | live now in the flesh; I live in the faith of the Son ~ 283 3, 71 | life. But man begins to ~live before being taught. Therefore 284 3, 75 | feature of friendship to live together with friends, as 285 3, 79 | Me, ~the same also shall live by Me." Hence Cyril says 286 3, 79 | Isaias saw (Is. 6:6): "For a live ~ember is not simply wood, 287 3, 79 | of this ~bread, he shall live for ever." But eternal life 288 3, 80 | thee daily," ~adds: "So live, as to deserve to receive 289 3, 81 | the sacrament; such as to live, to die, to grieve, to be ~ 290 3, 84 | committed . . . he ~shall live and shall not die." Therefore 291 Suppl, 27| perfection, yet they ~cannot live without sin: and so if at 292 Suppl, 40| must from thenceforward live on the pay of the Church." 293 Suppl, 41| dictates ~that men should live together, since one is not 294 Suppl, 54| concupiscence if ~those who have to live together in the same house 295 Suppl, 54| other kinsfolk who have to live in close ~intimacy with 296 Suppl, 54| another who are wont to ~live together in one household, 297 Suppl, 54| because men are wont to ~live until the fourth generation, 298 Suppl, 54| more usual for a niece to live with her uncle than an aunt 299 Suppl, 55| all time as long as they live. Therefore ~affinity does 300 Suppl, 55| need for blood-relations to live together, ~so is there for 301 Suppl, 57| those ~persons who have to live together lest, as Rabbi 302 Suppl, 62| i, 10), "as long as they live ~they are bound by the marriage 303 Suppl, 67| law requires the latter to live together ~for ever inseparably: 304 Suppl, 71| 13:8). Moreover, the dead live in the memory of the living: 305 Suppl, 71| the spirits of the dead live.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 306 Suppl, 72| pamphlets, that while we live, we can pray for one another, 307 Suppl, 72| be ~found alive who will live in the body until the time 308 Suppl, 72| our Head lives ~and will live eternally in body and soul, 309 Suppl, 72| who are His members ~will live in body and soul; and consequently 310 Suppl, 72| and they that hear shall ~live." Therefore the dead shall 311 Suppl, 73| 25) they that hear ~shall live." Now this voice is called 312 Suppl, 74| again to immortal life, to live for ever in the body, and 313 Suppl, 75| is the life by which we live now: and therefore ~it follows 314 Suppl, 75| follows that those who shall live after the movement of the 315 Suppl, 76| again is naught ~else but to live again." Now unless the same 316 Suppl, 76| he would not be said to live again. Therefore he would ~ 317 Suppl, 83| Element.), "no ~animal can live in fire." Galen also (De 318 Suppl, 89| Man shall not see Me and live," disapproves of the opinion 319 Suppl, 89| blessed, wherein they ~will live after the resurrection. 320 Suppl, 89| believe but see that they live."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 321 Suppl, 93| of virginity ~says: "To live without the flesh while 322 Suppl, 93| living in the flesh is to live as ~an angel rather than 323 Suppl, 94| except by being kindled, ~nor live unless it be renewed. On 324 Suppl, 95| the best, namely to be, to live, to understand." Since, 325 Suppl, 95| stated that "to be" and "to live" ~are desired by all naturally, 326 Suppl, 95| Even as those who still ~live know not in what place are 327 Suppl, 95| life in which the saints live for ever with God ~(2 Cor. 328 Suppl, 95| life wherein the saints live with God ~[*Cf. SS, Q[185], 329 Suppl, 96| amendment, so ~that he may live in the city in a becoming 330 Suppl, 96| would indeed have wished to live for ever, that they ~might 331 Suppl, 96| desire rather to sin than to ~live." Still another reason may


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