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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | glances it comprehends the ~entire space of the heavens in 2 1, 20 | but more than He loves the entire created universe: because ~ 3 1, 41 | the Son perfect, that the entire divine filiation is ~contained 4 1, 45 | be made according to its ~entire substance, than to be made 5 1, 45 | because relations, or their entire nature being referred to ~ 6 1, 50 | incomparably in magnitude; for the entire sphere of things active 7 1, 52 | to a ~small body. So the entire body to which he is applied 8 1, 52 | objections: because the ~entire subject to which the angelic 9 1, 54 | angel is the reason of his entire ~existence, but not the 10 1, 57 | since He is the cause of the entire substance of the thing, 11 1, 58 | operation; as long as the entire ~continuous whole is considered, 12 1, 60 | creature in ~regard to its entire being naturally belongs 13 1, 61 | cause productive of their entire substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 61 | possessing within Himself the entire perfection of the universe 15 1, 64 | changed at all, but ~remain entire and most brilliant." Now, 16 1, 64 | the natural gifts ~remain entire in them. Consequently their 17 1, 65 | false, and consider that the entire ~universe is constituted 18 1, 65 | for the perfection of the entire ~universe. Furthermore, 19 1, 65 | universe. Furthermore, the entire universe, with all its parts, 20 1, 65 | securing that perfection of the entire ~building, which could not 21 1, 65 | production of a thing in its entire substance, nothing being 22 1, 67 | movements, one is common to the entire heaven, and is the cause 23 1, 68 | daily revolution of the entire ~heaven, whereby the continuance 24 1, 68 | that which consists of the entire sum of its own matter, ~ 25 1, 68 | so far as it ~denotes the entire sum of corporeal creation, 26 1, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the entire work ascribed to one day 27 1, 74 | Hom. ii in Hexaem.), the entire period takes its ~name, 28 1, 76 | of the elements ~remain entire in the mixed body; and that 29 1, 76 | body, and in each part is entire."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 30 1, 76 | Body Para. 2/4~That it is entire in each part thereof, may 31 1, 76 | according as it ~exceeds the entire capacity of the body, namely 32 1, 77 | each part according to its entire essence and ~power; as animal 33 1, 41 | the Son perfect, that the entire divine filiation is ~contained 34 1, 46 | be made according to its ~entire substance, than to be made 35 1, 46 | because relations, or their entire nature being referred to ~ 36 1, 51 | incomparably ~in magnitude; for the entire sphere of things active 37 1, 53 | to a ~small body. So the entire body to which he is applied 38 1, 53 | objections: because the ~entire subject to which the angelic 39 1, 55 | angel is the reason of his entire ~existence, but not the 40 1, 58 | since He is the cause of the entire substance of the thing, 41 1, 59 | operation; as long as the entire ~continuous whole is considered, 42 1, 61 | creature in ~regard to its entire being naturally belongs 43 1, 62 | cause productive of their entire substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 44 1, 62 | possessing within Himself the entire perfection of the universe 45 1, 65 | changed at all, but ~remain entire and most brilliant." Now, 46 1, 65 | the natural gifts ~remain entire in them. Consequently their 47 1, 66 | false, and consider that the entire ~universe is constituted 48 1, 66 | for the perfection of the entire ~universe. Furthermore, 49 1, 66 | universe. Furthermore, the entire universe, with all its parts, 50 1, 66 | securing that perfection of the entire ~building, which could not 51 1, 66 | production of a thing in its entire substance, nothing being 52 1, 68 | movements, one is common to the entire heaven, and is the cause 53 1, 69 | daily revolution of the entire ~heaven, whereby the continuance 54 1, 69 | that which consists of the entire sum of its own matter, ~ 55 1, 69 | so far as it ~denotes the entire sum of corporeal creation, 56 1, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the entire work ascribed to one day 57 1, 73 | Hom. ii in Hexaem.), the entire period takes its ~name, 58 1, 75 | of the elements ~remain entire in the mixed body; and that 59 1, 75 | body, and in each part is entire."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 60 1, 75 | Body Para. 2/4~That it is entire in each part thereof, may 61 1, 75 | according as it ~exceeds the entire capacity of the body, namely 62 1, 76 | each part according to its entire essence and ~power; as animal 63 1, 81 | thing movable, so that ~its entire capacity is subject to the 64 1, 83 | we must not expect the ~entire truth from the senses. For 65 1, 83 | Sensitive knowledge is not the entire cause of intellectual ~knowledge. 66 1, 84 | Divine intellect have the entire knowledge of a thing at 67 1, 85 | had already considered the entire infinity ~thereof, counting 68 1, 96 | qualities; and to prevent the entire consumption of the humor, 69 1, 99 | conferred by God on the entire ~human nature. This is clear 70 1, 101 | although men have explored the entire habitable world, ~yet none 71 1, 101 | be established above ~the entire corporeal nature, as presiding 72 1, 101 | set as a ~ruler over the entire corporeal creation: it is 73 1, 102 | But God is outside the entire order of the universe. ~ 74 1, 110 | can do nothing outside the entire order of ~creatures; but 75 1, 113 | outside the order of the entire created ~nature, under which 76 1, 114 | itself ~entirely. But the entire matter of inferior bodies 77 1, 118 | because in all beings whose entire matter is ~contained in 78 1, 118 | be fed. Wherefore if the entire matter ~together loses the 79 2, 1 | only by another. For ~the entire irrational nature is in 80 2, 1 | since he takes therefrom his entire rule of life. ~Hence of 81 2, 1 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, man's entire life is ruled according 82 2, 3 | In perfect happiness the entire man is perfected, in the ~ 83 2, 3 | that science: since the entire science is ~virtually contained 84 2, 3 | ii, 15). Wherefore the entire consideration ~of speculative 85 2, 4 | 8) that "vision is the entire reward of ~faith." But the 86 2, 4 | Happiness; ~since man has the entire fulness of his perfection 87 2, 9 | whom they understand the ~entire heavens). For all the sensitive 88 2, 10 | to each power, and to the entire man. Wherefore man ~wills 89 2, 17 | which is virtually the entire animal. Consequently they 90 2, 18 | must needs either have the entire plenitude ~of its goodness, 91 2, 18 | is a kind of road to the entire loss of ~health, occasioned 92 2, 19 | good results from the ~entire cause, evil from each particular 93 2, 19 | good from the whole and entire cause." Hence, ~whether 94 2, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the entire goodness of created things 95 2, 20 | therefrom. But ~sometimes the entire goodness of the external 96 2, 21 | that uses it; because the entire action of the instrument 97 2, 35 | Wherefore pleasure can be entire and perfect: ~whereas sorrow 98 2, 36 | desired good, or for its entire removal. But it cannot be 99 2, 37 | thing draws upon itself the ~entire intention of the soul, or 100 2, 46 | be of one man towards an ~entire class, or a whole community: 101 2, 46 | a class, as we ~hate the entire class of thieves; whereas 102 2, 56 | his slave: wherefore the entire ~movement of the body is 103 2, 57 | matters regarding man's ~entire life, and the end of human 104 2, 61 | Gregory says (Moral. ii): "The entire structure of ~good works 105 2, 71 | results from a whole and entire cause, whereas evil results 106 2, 72 | Now the principle of the entire moral ~order is the last 107 2, 81 | 4:1 says that ~"Adam's entire posterity was corrupted 108 2, 85 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the entire good of human nature can 109 2, 85 | It would seem that the entire good of human nature can 110 2, 102 | Holy ~of Holies, and the entire sanctuary was sprinkled 111 2, 102 | The third reason was the entire removal ~of all occasions 112 2, 104 | consequently: since, to wit, the entire state of ~that people, who 113 2, 104 | of them. Consequently the entire state of that people had 114 2, 104 | to Christ. Therefore the ~entire Law was also transferred. 115 2, 108 | makes it clear that the entire bodily worship ~which was 116 2, 113 | 1/1~I answer that, The entire justification of the ungodly 117 2, 8 | is the foundation of ~the entire spiritual edifice, as stated 118 2, 25 | the state, ~on whom the entire common good of the state 119 2, 25 | of charity. Because the ~entire life of the blessed consists 120 2, 25 | minds to God, ~wherefore the entire ordering of their love will 121 2, 25 | perfect, since ~perfect entire reason of his love, for 122 2, 25 | will be to each one the entire reason of his love, for ~ 123 2, 25 | love, for ~God is man's entire good. For if we make the 124 2, 26 | diminish the merit, but is the entire ~reason for merit.~Aquin.: 125 2, 38 | protect ~the poor and the entire common weal from suffering 126 2, 42 | the principles as to their entire virtual extent has no ~need 127 2, 44 | while fatuity denotes ~entire privation of the spiritual 128 2, 47 | preserves the ~figures of images entire." Fourthly, we should often 129 2, 48 | direction, protection of the entire ~common good.~Aquin.: SMT 130 2, 51 | justice which perfected the entire soul. ~Accordingly all such 131 2, 56 | Moral. ii, 49) that "the entire structure of good works 132 2, 56 | participation," but the entire "appetitive" faculty, as ~ 133 2, 56 | others, it is not about the entire matter of moral virtue, ~ 134 2, 56 | common ~principle of the entire order between one man and 135 2, 56 | the generic nature remains entire in each species. Now moral 136 2, 63 | a man's body ~should be entire in its members, and it is 137 2, 63 | Reply OBJ 2: The life of the entire man is not directed to something ~ 138 2, 65 | sovereign, to whom the ~entire public authority is entrusted. 139 2, 75 | order that he may sell it, entire and ~unchanged, at a profit, 140 2, 77 | because "good results from an entire cause, whereas evil ~arises 141 2, 84 | a view to its ~remaining entire and being deputed to the 142 2, 85 | before anything else on one's entire produce.~Aquin.: SMT SS 143 2, 86 | consecrated, so long as it remains entire. ~Much less, therefore, 144 2, 90 | a ~cause that is one and entire, whereas evil arises from 145 2, 98 | when a prelate and his ~entire chapter have consented to 146 2, 98 | But if the prelate and the entire chapter be at ~fault, restitution 147 2, 124 | things cannot ~result from an entire lack of love, but only from 148 2, 135 | regard the last end ~of the entire life of man. Wherefore as 149 2, 150 | this matter, namely to entire freedom from venereal pleasure; 150 2, 162 | whereas death affects the entire human nature. Therefore 151 2, 162 | Hence through their sin the entire human ~nature, being deprived 152 2, 172 | in the time of grace the entire faith ~of the Church is 153 2, 182 | participator in the whole and entire hierarchical power, and 154 3, 2 | the reformation ~of the entire human nature, and therefore 155 3, 2 | cause of the good of the entire nature. Yet the holy Fathers 156 3, 9 | the Son of God assumed an entire ~human nature, i.e. not 157 3, 22 | the fountain-head of the entire priesthood: for the ~priest 158 3, 22 | the fountain-head of the entire ~priesthood, as being the 159 3, 27 | is to be ~believed that entire freedom from the fomes redounded 160 3, 30 | besought in lieu of that of the entire human ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT 161 3, 31 | because in this way the entire ~human nature was ennobled. 162 3, 31 | bodies, none of which ~can be entire everywhere, because they 163 3, 31 | He is able to be entire ~everywhere, and to be contained 164 3, 31 | conceived in lust, just as the entire flesh of a man is conceived 165 3, 31 | Consequently we must say ~that the entire flesh of the patriarchs 166 3, 32 | Wherefore it follows that the entire active operation is ~on 167 3, 40 | and the creature is the entire ~teaching of wisdom. The 168 3, 40 | which may be referred to the entire ~moral code, by four, which 169 3, 42 | secret: for He propounded His entire ~doctrine either to the 170 3, 43 | works, which surpassed the entire capability of created power, 171 3, 46 | greatest?~(7) Whether His entire soul suffered?~(8) Whether 172 3, 46 | universal salvation of ~the entire world. Hence Gregory of 173 3, 46 | fixed, and from which the entire ~rood springs, denotes the 174 3, 46 | Isaias, in order that His entire and indivisible body might 175 3, 46 | from the lashes over His entire body. Moreover, He suffered ~ 176 3, 46 | Therefore Christ suffered in His entire soul.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] 177 3, 46 | the body, so that it is entire in the whole ~body and in 178 3, 46 | separate from the soul, the entire soul suffered. But if we ~ 179 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's entire soul enjoyed blessed fruition 180 3, 46 | would seem that Christ's entire soul did not enjoy blessed ~ 181 3, 46 | its faculties, thus His entire soul did not enjoy fruition: 182 3, 46 | expiation on behalf of the entire multitude ~were burnt outside 183 3, 46 | also ~for the sin of the entire world.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 184 3, 48 | of Truth belongs to the entire ~Trinity. Therefore it is 185 3, 50 | does not ~confess that the entire man, whom the Son of God 186 3, 50 | the third day." But the entire man could not be assumed 187 3, 50 | assumed again, unless the ~entire man was at one time separated 188 3, 50 | the Word of God: and the entire ~man is made of soul and 189 3, 50 | because of the ~union with the entire man. If then, when the union 190 3, 50 | because the ~intellect is the entire man, but because the intellect 191 3, 50 | the whole city, since its entire disposal ~is vested in him.~ 192 3, 50 | who is ~the fount of the entire priesthood.~Aquin.: SMT 193 3, 51 | while the ~second. day is an entire day with twenty-four hours 194 3, 54 | Christ's body rose again entire?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 195 3, 54 | Christ's body did not rise entire. For flesh ~and blood belong 196 3, 54 | Further, Christ's body rose entire, as stated above (A[3]). 197 3, 54 | that the body is not less entire, but more perfected. Thomas, ~ 198 3, 57 | a glorified body, whose entire ~nature is utterly under 199 3, 59 | But, it belongs to the entire Trinity to be Lord over ~ 200 3, 59 | power is common to the ~entire Trinity, which is quite 201 3, 59 | human nature is Head of the entire Church, and that God has " 202 3, 69 | to the remission of the entire ~punishment. So also before 203 3, 70 | but on the part of the entire nature, there remained the ~ 204 3, 72 | 1/1~I answer that, The entire sanctification of the sacraments 205 3, 73 | it was immolated by the entire multitude of the children 206 3, 74 | tiny punctures over the entire body, and mixed with flour." 207 3, 74 | baptized in the sea, the entire sea-water ~is not sanctified 208 3, 74 | from must. Nevertheless entire grapes ought not to ~be 209 3, 74 | one drop of water into an entire cask. But this ~seems ridiculous. 210 3, 74 | reasonable custom of the entire Church more wine than water 211 3, 75 | respect of the change of the entire substance. Hence, ~since 212 3, 75 | not so in a change of the entire substance; for in ~this 213 3, 76 | sacrament?~(2) Whether the entire Christ is under each species 214 3, 76 | sacrament?~(3) Whether the entire Christ is under every part 215 3, 76 | 3), it seems that the ~entire Christ is not under this 216 3, 76 | such like. ~Therefore the entire Christ is not contained 217 3, 76 | is impossible ~that the entire Christ be contained under 218 3, 76 | Catholic faith that the entire Christ is in this sacrament. 219 3, 76 | only the flesh, but the entire body ~of Christ, that is, 220 3, 76 | word flesh is put for the ~entire body, because according 221 3, 76 | accordingly neither the ~entire Christ. Therefore the whole 222 3, 76 | it seems that Christ is entire under ~each species.~Aquin.: 223 3, 76 | was, but the body remained entire, according to Ex. 12:46: " 224 3, 76 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ is entire under every part of the 225 3, 76 | seems that Christ is not entire under every part of the ~ 226 3, 76 | not be so, if Christ were ~entire under every part of the 227 3, 76 | cannot be then that the entire Christ is under every ~part 228 3, 76 | it is impossible for the entire Christ to be ~under every 229 3, 76 | Christ the Lord, Who is entire under every morsel, nor 230 3, 76 | portion, but bestows Himself entire under each."~Aquin.: SMT 231 3, 76 | is contained; just as the entire ~nature of air is under 232 3, 76 | every part of air, and the entire nature of bread ~under every 233 3, 76 | it is manifest that the entire Christ is under every part 234 3, 76 | even while the host remains entire, and not ~merely when it 235 3, 76 | said (A[3]) that Christ's entire body ~is contained under 236 3, 76 | it is impossible for the entire dimensive quantity of Christ' 237 3, 76 | But in this ~sacrament the entire substance of Christ's body 238 3, 76 | AA[1],3). Therefore the entire dimensive quantity of Christ' 239 3, 76 | own species, ~because the entire Christ is contained in this 240 3, 76 | sacrament, and He remains ~entire under the form in which 241 3, 76 | that sometimes ~Christ's entire body is not seen there, 242 3, 76 | species ~sometimes continue entire in themselves; and sometimes 243 3, 77 | iron or stone, which remain entire after the ~generation of 244 3, 77 | secondly, because it is ~entire under every part, as was 245 3, 77 | liquid, it seems that the entire ~species of the sacramental 246 3, 77 | permeate the whole, the entire wine would not be mixed, 247 3, 78 | conversion, and this is ~Christ's entire body, and not merely His 248 3, 78 | concomitance, so that the entire Christ is under either species, ~ 249 3, 79 | sacrament?~(5) Whether the entire punishment due for sin is 250 3, 79 | salvation of both, since the entire Christ is under each, as 251 3, 79 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the entire punishment due to sin is 252 3, 79 | OBJ 1: It seems that the entire punishment due to sin is 253 3, 79 | punishment, not indeed of the entire punishment, but according 254 3, 80 | them either receive the entire sacrament, or ~let them 255 3, 80 | as they ~consecrate the entire sacrament, ought to communicate 256 3, 80 | ought to communicate in the entire ~sacrament. For, as we read 257 3, 81 | drinker. ~Therefore, since the entire Christ is under each species 258 3, 81 | the mouth of ~Christ, the entire Christ could be in both 259 3, 82 | Eucharist, in which the entire Christ is contained. Therefore 260 3, 82 | mass in the place of ~the entire Church, of which the priest 261 3, 82 | so in the person of the entire Church, as is evident ~from 262 3, 82 | since their orders remain entire.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 263 3, 83 | house the holiness of the entire ~Church, therefore the consecration 264 3, 83 | to the salvation of the entire ~Church.~Aquin.: SMT TP 265 3, 83 | for the reason that the entire Christ is contained therein. ~ 266 3, 83 | sacrament which belong to the entire Church; and consequently 267 3, 83 | as though inspiring the entire people ~with them; and there 268 3, 83 | OBJ 9: Further, Christ's entire body is consecrated in this 269 3, 83 | wine after ~receiving the entire sacrament of Eucharist: 270 3, 83 | species are found to be entire, they must be preserved ~ 271 3, 86 | AA[1],3). ~Wherefore the entire debt of punishment is not 272 3, 90 | proceeds from a ~cause that is entire," than for evil, "which 273 3, 90 | impossible, because the entire power of the whole is ~present 274 3, 90 | and equally, just as the ~entire power of an animal, as such, 275 3, 90 | whole is present, as to the entire essence, in each potential ~ 276 3, 90 | potential ~part, just as the entire essence of the soul is present 277 3, 90 | parts, either as to its ~entire power, or as to its entire 278 3, 90 | entire power, or as to its entire essence, but that it is 279 Suppl, 1 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the entire punishment may be remitted 280 Suppl, 5 | great as to blot out the entire debt of punishment.~Aquin.: 281 Suppl, 9 | Whether confession ought to be entire?~(3) Whether one can confess 282 Suppl, 9 | Whether confession should be entire?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[2] 283 Suppl, 9 | necessary for confession to be ~entire, namely, for a man to confess 284 Suppl, 9 | the confession need not be entire.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[2] 285 Suppl, 9 | Therefore confession ~should be entire. Further, confession is 286 Suppl, 9 | But Penance ~should be entire. Therefore confession also 287 Suppl, 9 | confession also should be entire.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[2] 288 Suppl, 9 | voluntary,~shamefaced,~Entire, secret, tearful, not delayed,~ 289 Suppl, 9 | respect ~confession should be "entire."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[ 290 Suppl, 14| OBJ 3: Further, a man's entire action takes its form from 291 Suppl, 17| The obstacle which the entire ~human nature inherited 292 Suppl, 18| the ~matter, and then the entire sacramental virtue is in 293 Suppl, 18| would be able to remit the entire punishment due for the slight 294 Suppl, 18| priest does not remit the entire temporal punishment, ~but 295 Suppl, 18| refrains from enjoining the entire punishment ~due to one sin, 296 Suppl, 25| merits that it exceeds the entire debt of punishment due ~ 297 Suppl, 26| individual is not freed from the entire debt of ~punishment unless 298 Suppl, 37| Thus it is here: ~for the entire fulness of the sacrament 299 Suppl, 37| a kingdom, although the entire fulness of power resides ~ 300 Suppl, 49| its end is directed the entire ~communion of works that 301 Suppl, 60| remitted ~therefore the entire punishment is remitted, 302 Suppl, 64| which the husband is given entire power of his wife's body ~ 303 Suppl, 65| majority. for such is the entire matter of Ethics according 304 Suppl, 66| in a sacrament when the entire signification of the sacrament 305 Suppl, 69| substances, since their entire knowledge ~arises from the 306 Suppl, 70| Further, a whole is not entire if one of its parts be lacking. ~ 307 Suppl, 70| after death, it will not be entire after death: and ~this is 308 Suppl, 70| like wholes is that the entire ~energy of the whole is 309 Suppl, 70| the latter ~will remain entire and undiminished, although 310 Suppl, 71| suffrages profit gain either ~entire forgiveness, or at least 311 Suppl, 71| for the remission of his entire ~punishment. Now supposing 312 Suppl, 72| day ~of judgment." [*The entire text differs somewhat from 313 Suppl, 72| earth cannot ~pierce the entire sphere of fire so as to 314 Suppl, 72| 1/1~I answer that, The entire cleansing of the world and 315 Suppl, 72| 5/5~Others said that the entire nature of man is seated 316 Suppl, 72| Further, that to which the entire expectation of nature looks ~ 317 Suppl, 72| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The entire operation of nature is subordinate 318 Suppl, 74| powerful bodies": wherefore the entire ~matter of the lower bodies 319 Suppl, 77| although they do not reach its entire perfection, as the other 320 Suppl, 82| reason the ~sun and the entire world will receive greater 321 Suppl, 85| this sentence and the entire judgment will take place 322 Suppl, 85| a book that contains the entire life of every individual?" ~ 323 Suppl, 87| Who is the fount of the entire ~Godhead; wherefore it is 324 Suppl, 88| is probable, since ~the entire renewal of the world is 325 Suppl, 92| restricted but is absolutely entire [*Cf. TP, Q[8], A[1]], so ~ 326 Suppl, 92| 1]], so ~that He is the entire good of the Church, nor 327 Appen1, 1| principles, for it surpasses the entire faculty of nature, ~nor


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