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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | may be obtained of the ~highest things is more desirable 2 1, 1 | order who considers the highest principle in that order: 3 1, 1 | considers absolutely the highest cause of the whole universe, 4 1, 1 | treats of God viewed as the highest cause - not only so far ~ 5 1, 1 | through which, as through the ~highest wisdom, all our knowledge 6 1, 1 | higher science; whereas the highest of ~them, viz. metaphysics, 7 1, 1 | science, ~which holds the highest place of all. But to proceed 8 1, 2 | xi): "Since God is the ~highest good, He would not allow 9 1, 3 | that God is the soul of the highest heaven. Again, others have ~ 10 1, 9 | proceeds in degrees ~from the highest things, which participate 11 1, 11 | 4) Whether He is in the highest degree one?~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 12 | consists in the use of his highest function, ~which is the 13 1, 14 | therefore God is in ~the highest degree of immateriality 14 1, 14 | follows that He occupies the highest place in knowledge.~Aquin.: 15 1, 14 | according as he ~knows the highest cause; he has "counsel" 16 1, 14 | in God ~things are in the highest degree abstracted from all 17 1, 15 | of the general. Now the highest good existing in ~things 18 1, 18 | answer that, Life is in the highest degree properly in God. 19 1, 25 | must assign to Him in the highest ~degree. For it is manifest 20 1, 25 | is active power ~in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 25 | happiness is described as the highest good, and thus cannot be 22 1, 26 | beatitude ~belongs to God in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 23 1, 26 | intellect. For beatitude is the highest good. But good is said to 24 1, 27 | from the similitude of the highest creatures, the intellectual ~ 25 1, 49 | there is no defect, but the highest perfection, as was ~shown 26 1, 49 | principle of good is the highest and perfect ~good which 27 1, 54 | of the universe for the highest intellectual ~creature to 28 1, 55 | corporeal substances. The highest bodies ~have in their nature 29 1, 57 | Therefore, in God, as in the highest source of things, all ~things 30 1, 57 | knows already. Yet even the ~highest angels seek out and learn 31 1, 61 | heaven is said to be the highest heaven. If ~therefore the 32 1, 61 | angels ~to be created in the highest corporeal place, as presiding 33 1, 61 | So Isidore says that the highest heaven is the heaven ~of 34 1, 61 | Augustine possibly means the ~highest part of heaven, to which 35 1, 61 | things, were created in the highest place of the ~corporeal 36 1, 62 | the angels are not in the ~highest degree of beatitude. Therefore 37 1, 62 | is not absolutely in the highest ~degree of beatitude, yet, 38 1, 62 | own regard he is in the highest degree, ~according to Divine 39 1, 63 | creation and fall?~(7) Was the highest of them who fell, absolutely 40 1, 63 | who fell, absolutely the highest among the ~angels?~(8) Was 41 1, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the highest angel among those who sinned 42 1, 63 | those who sinned was the highest of all?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 43 1, 63 | It would seem that the highest among the angels who sinned 44 1, 63 | who sinned was ~not the highest of all. For it is stated ( 45 1, 63 | vi, vii). Therefore, the highest ~angel among those who sinned 46 1, 63 | those who sinned was not the highest of all.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 47 1, 63 | beatitude. If therefore the highest of the angels sinned, it ~ 48 1, 63 | who sinned ~was not the highest of all, but one of the lower 49 1, 63 | Fide ~Orth. ii), that the highest of those who sinned was 50 1, 63 | higher ~bodies; and the highest to stand before God. And 51 1, 63 | who sinned ~was the very highest of all. This seems to be 52 1, 63 | inclination towards good in the ~highest angel, there was no necessity 53 1, 63 | Whether the sin of the highest angel was the cause of the 54 1, 63 | seem that the sin of the highest angel was not the cause ~ 55 1, 63 | appear that the sin of the ~highest angel was the cause of the 56 1, 63 | sinned more deeply ~than the highest one; which is contrary to 57 1, 63 | Therefore the sin of the ~highest angel was not the cause 58 1, 63 | answer that, The sin of the highest angel was the cause of the 59 1, 63 | demons are ~subjects of that highest one; as is evident from 60 1, 63 | same instant in which the highest angel expressed ~his affection 61 1, 63 | even ~then subject to the highest angel.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 62 1, 63 | Consequently since the highest ~angel had greater natural 63 1, 63 | chief devil was of ~the highest order, it is probable that 64 1, 64 | demons fell through the highest one. Therefore their fall 65 1, 66 | empyrean heaven is the highest of bodies, it must necessarily 66 1, 66 | just as ~angels of the highest rank, who assist [*Infra, 67 1, 68 | the Saints, from being the highest of all ~good gifts, are 68 1, 69 | order, the ~formation of the highest or spiritual nature is recorded 69 1, 69 | formlessness. Heaven, the highest ~of them, was without form 70 1, 69 | then, the formation of the highest body took place on the first 71 1, 69 | measure of the movement of the highest body, from this formation, ~ 72 1, 74 | parts being the heaven, or highest part, the water, or ~middle 73 1, 75 | intellect that understands ~the highest of intelligible objects 74 1, 76 | Now the human soul is the highest and noblest of forms. ~Wherefore 75 1, 77 | few movements; and the ~highest perfection is found in those 76 1, 50 | there is no defect, but the highest perfection, as was ~shown 77 1, 50 | principle of good is the highest and perfect ~good which 78 1, 55 | of the universe for the highest intellectual ~creature to 79 1, 56 | corporeal substances. The highest bodies ~have in their nature 80 1, 58 | Therefore, in God, as in the highest source of things, all ~things 81 1, 58 | knows already. Yet even the ~highest angels seek out and learn 82 1, 62 | heaven is said to be the highest heaven. If ~therefore the 83 1, 62 | angels ~to be created in the highest corporeal place, as presiding 84 1, 62 | So Isidore says that the highest heaven is the heaven ~of 85 1, 62 | Augustine possibly means the ~highest part of heaven, to which 86 1, 62 | things, were created in the highest place of the ~corporeal 87 1, 63 | the angels are not in the ~highest degree of beatitude. Therefore 88 1, 63 | is not absolutely in the highest ~degree of beatitude, yet, 89 1, 63 | own regard he is in the highest degree, ~according to Divine 90 1, 64 | creation and fall?~(7) Was the highest of them who fell, absolutely 91 1, 64 | who fell, absolutely the highest among the ~angels?~(8) Was 92 1, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the highest angel among those who sinned 93 1, 64 | those who sinned was the highest of all?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 94 1, 64 | It would seem that the highest among the angels who sinned 95 1, 64 | who sinned was ~not the highest of all. For it is stated ( 96 1, 64 | vi, vii). Therefore, the highest ~angel among those who sinned 97 1, 64 | those who sinned was not the highest of all.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 98 1, 64 | beatitude. If therefore the highest of the angels sinned, it ~ 99 1, 64 | who sinned ~was not the highest of all, but one of the lower 100 1, 64 | Fide ~Orth. ii), that the highest of those who sinned was 101 1, 64 | higher ~bodies; and the highest to stand before God. And 102 1, 64 | who sinned ~was the very highest of all. This seems to be 103 1, 64 | inclination towards good in the ~highest angel, there was no necessity 104 1, 64 | Whether the sin of the highest angel was the cause of the 105 1, 64 | seem that the sin of the highest angel was not the cause ~ 106 1, 64 | appear that the sin of the ~highest angel was the cause of the 107 1, 64 | sinned more deeply ~than the highest one; which is contrary to 108 1, 64 | Therefore the sin of the ~highest angel was not the cause 109 1, 64 | answer that, The sin of the highest angel was the cause of the 110 1, 64 | demons are ~subjects of that highest one; as is evident from 111 1, 64 | same instant in which the highest angel expressed ~his affection 112 1, 64 | even ~then subject to the highest angel.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 113 1, 64 | Consequently since the highest ~angel had greater natural 114 1, 64 | chief devil was of ~the highest order, it is probable that 115 1, 65 | demons fell through the highest one. Therefore ~their fall 116 1, 67 | empyrean heaven is the highest of bodies, it must necessarily 117 1, 67 | just as ~angels of the highest rank, who assist [*Infra, 118 1, 69 | the Saints, from being the highest of all ~good gifts, are 119 1, 70 | order, the ~formation of the highest or spiritual nature is recorded 120 1, 70 | formlessness. Heaven, the highest ~of them, was without form 121 1, 70 | then, the formation of the highest body took place on the first 122 1, 70 | measure of the movement of the highest body, from this formation, ~ 123 1, 73 | parts being the heaven, or highest part, the water, or ~middle 124 1, 74 | intellect that understands ~the highest of intelligible objects 125 1, 75 | Now the human soul is the highest and noblest of forms. ~Wherefore 126 1, 76 | few movements; and the ~highest perfection is found in those 127 1, 77 | manner; for that which is highest in an inferior nature ~approaches 128 1, 78 | intellectual ~powers, which are the highest, are active.~Aquin.: SMT 129 1, 81 | the end is the first ~and highest cause. Therefore the will 130 1, 81 | the will is the first and highest power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 131 1, 87 | are in themselves in the highest degree of ~intelligibility, 132 1, 87 | in the knowledge of the highest things intelligible ~is 133 1, 88 | substances, which are in the highest degree ~of intelligibility. 134 1, 92 | which has a capacity for the highest good. Or ~else we may say 135 1, 101 | The empyrean heaven is the highest of corporeal places, and ~ 136 1, 101 | which is ~endowed with the highest degree of stability. Thus 137 1, 102 | attributed to God in its highest degree of goodness. ~Now 138 1, 102 | degree of goodness. ~Now the highest degree of goodness in any 139 1, 103 | ascribe to Saturn, the highest of the planets, those things 140 1, 104 | to do; and these hold the highest ~rank among miracles. Secondly, 141 1, 105 | another is voluntary, ~the highest angel can turn to the lowest 142 1, 105 | revealed by God to the highest angels, concerning the course 143 1, 107 | angel is superior to the highest man of our ~hierarchy, according 144 1, 107 | will be more akin to ~the highest of the inferior order than 145 1, 107 | inferior order than with the highest of his own order; ~and thus 146 1, 107 | order of prelates is the highest. But the names of ~"Dominations," " 147 1, 107 | of the "Thrones" is the highest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 148 1, 107 | Hier. vii), places in the highest ~hierarchy the "Seraphim" 149 1, 107 | the same orders from the highest, he ~says: "Whether Thrones, 150 1, 107 | as said above (A[1]), the highest hierarchy ~contemplates 151 1, 107 | reasonable one. For the ~highest in an inferior order always 152 1, 107 | proceeding, with Whom the highest order of the first ~hierarchy 153 1, 107 | presiding are not ~the first and highest; but rather the orders deriving 154 1, 109 | the inferior nature at its highest point is in conjunction ~ 155 1, 111 | Further, among the orders, the highest is that of the Seraphim, ~ 156 1, 111 | much more are even the ~highest angels sent.~Aquin.: SMT 157 1, 111 | superior, except the one who is highest of all. ~Therefore only 158 1, 111 | all. ~Therefore only the highest angel would assist; which 159 1, 111 | angels belonging to the highest hierarchy are ~said to assist, 160 1, 111 | prerogative ~of the whole of the highest hierarchy to be immediately 161 1, 112 | respects by one ~of the highest, and in other respects by 162 1, 112 | of any ~angels but of the highest. Therefore the superior 163 1, 112 | can be taken to mean the highest in the lowest ~order of 164 1, 116 | men are taken up to the ~highest angelic orders, as Gregory 165 1, 116 | subject to the superior, the highest men are subject even to ~ 166 2, 2 | the perfect good. But the highest ~perfection for man is to 167 2, 2 | higher ~nature. But man's highest good is happiness. Since 168 2, 3 | it must needs ~be man's highest operation. Now man's highest 169 2, 3 | highest operation. Now man's highest operation is that of his ~ 170 2, 3 | operation is that of his ~highest power in respect of its 171 2, 3 | power in respect of its highest object: and his highest 172 2, 3 | highest object: and his highest power is ~the intellect, 173 2, 3 | is ~the intellect, whose highest object is the Divine Good, 174 2, 3 | that by that ~which is highest in his intellect, man is 175 2, 4 | from that vision of the highest heaven." ~Whence he concludes 176 2, 5 | that it belongs to the highest power to reach the last 177 2, 15 | belongs to him who holds the highest ~place, and to whom it belongs 178 2, 25 | which seems to be the highest good. Therefore the irascible 179 2, 39 | a pleasure can be man's highest good, ~in the way above 180 2, 55 | substance is His act, the highest likeness of man ~to God 181 2, 57 | wisdom," which considers the highest causes, as stated in ~Metaph. 182 2, 57 | wisdom, as obtaining the highest ~place, and containing beneath 183 2, 57 | to judge the lower. The highest ~virtue would therefore 184 2, 57 | another, ~that power is the highest which is ordained to the 185 2, 57 | which is ordained to the highest act. Now there ~are three 186 2, 57 | prudence, as obtaining the highest place, has ~other secondary 187 2, 59 | passions. ~Therefore at its highest point of perfection it is 188 2, 62 | since it considers the ~highest cause. Therefore the theological 189 2, 66 | unless he were, in the ~highest degree, disposed to virtue. 190 2, 68 | wisdom seems to be the highest, and ~fear the lowest. Now 191 2, 69 | countenance. Lastly, ~the highest place in the royal palace 192 2, 76 | sin of ingratitude, the highest degree of which is that 193 2, 82 | But the intellect is the ~highest of the soul's parts, as 194 2, 89 | the end, which holds the highest ~place, being the beginning, 195 2, 89 | unless first of all the highest part of man were ~not subject 196 2, 95 | by the best men or men of highest rank; and then we have the ~" 197 2, 98 | arts, he that holds the highest place, himself ~exercises 198 2, 100 | 1/1~I answer that, The highest wisdom is contained in the 199 2, 109 | Further, to God, Who is the Highest Good, is due the best love, ~ 200 2, 109 | mode of love. And ~thus the highest degree of love is that whereby 201 2, 112 | grace joins man to the Highest Good, which ~is God. But 202 2, 113 | man, in so far as ~what is highest in man is subject to God, 203 2, 9 | judgment is derived from ~the highest cause, the knowledge has 204 2, 9 | knowledge is one who knows the highest cause ~of that kind of knowledge, 205 2, 9 | cause which is ~absolutely highest, namely God. Hence the knowledge 206 2, 13 | anyone who stands on the highest step of perfection, can 207 2, 25 | God; since this is the ~highest good a man can wish for 208 2, 43 | to wisdom to consider the highest cause. By means of that 209 2, 43 | be set in order. Now the highest cause may be ~understood 210 2, 43 | Accordingly he that knows the highest cause in any particular 211 2, 43 | cause that is ~simply the highest, which is God, is said to 212 2, 43 | are truly good, we find a ~highest cause, namely the sovereign 213 2, 44 | which is according to the highest cause, for if a man fails 214 2, 44 | because it takes for the highest ~cause and last end some 215 2, 44 | and chiefly as regards the highest cause, which is the last ~ 216 2, 45 | considers the ~absolutely highest cause: so that the consideration 217 2, 45 | the consideration of the highest cause ~in any particular 218 2, 45 | genus ~of human acts the highest cause is the common end 219 2, 45 | not about the absolutely highest ~cause, for it is about 220 2, 50 | virtue of prudence. For "the highest point of that which is underneath 221 2, 50 | prudence, while command is its highest act, and judgment ~comes 222 2, 79 | to God by man is in the highest degree due to Him, it would 223 2, 81 | soul the intellect is the highest, and the ~nearest to the 224 2, 93 | observing who throws the highest score; or by observing what 225 2, 97 | things. Among these the highest place belongs to ~the sacraments 226 2, 99 | of the ~cross; it is the highest degree of piety to be cruel 227 2, 101 | OBJ 2: Hyperdulia is the highest species of dulia taken in 228 2, 102 | the middle place, and the ~highest are the goods of the soul; 229 2, 105 | written (Lk. 6:35) that "the Highest . . . is ~kind to the unthankful, 230 2, 122 | belong to perfection in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 231 2, 122 | Martyrdom embraces the highest possible degree of ~obedience, 232 2, 127 | goods of fortune in the highest esteem, the ~result is that 233 2, 147 | Further, a bishop has the highest degree in the Church: and 234 2, 147 | forbidden to kings, who hold the highest place in human affairs: 235 2, 159 | Now some men are of the ~highest rank, who cannot, without 236 2, 160 | appropriate to those who are of highest and foremost rank, or because 237 2, 161 | a man ~who stands on the highest step of perfection cannot 238 2, 161 | were established on the highest and perfect grade. ~Therefore 239 2, 171 | men, prophets ~have the highest knowledge of Divine things. 240 2, 173 | third to the angels of the highest hierarchy, according to 241 2, 178 | essence. Consequently the highest degree of ~contemplation 242 2, 178 | action can last long at its highest pitch. Now the ~highest 243 2, 178 | highest pitch. Now the ~highest point of contemplation is 244 2, 180 | although not as regards the highest degree of contemplation, ~ 245 2, 183 | greater perfection; indeed the highest perfection is compatible 246 2, 186 | A[1]). Accordingly the highest place in religious orders ~ 247 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The highest and the lowest place can 248 2, 187 | degree ~of holiness, than the highest degree to which another 249 3, 1 | body is as distant from the highest spirit as evil is ~from 250 3, 1 | spirit as evil is ~from the highest good. But it was wholly 251 3, 1 | unfitting that God, Who is the ~highest good, should assume evil. 252 3, 1 | was not fitting that the ~highest uncreated spirit should 253 3, 1 | belongs to the essence of the highest good to ~communicate itself 254 3, 1 | communicate itself in the highest manner to the creature, 255 3, 1 | very last in time. But the highest perfection of ~human nature 256 3, 1 | nature is ~raised to its highest perfection; and in this 257 3, 1 | was to be formed to the highest virtue should come from 258 3, 4 | OBJ 4: Further, since the highest perfection belongs to God, 259 3, 4 | sin, and to possess the highest innocence, it was fitting 260 3, 5 | that union the Word is the highest, and flesh ~the last and 261 3, 6 | too, the intellect is ~the highest and noblest of the parts 262 3, 7 | riches, Christ ~showed the highest kind of liberality and magnificence; 263 3, 7 | since He has grace in ~its highest degree, in the most perfect 264 3, 7 | grace is possessed in its highest possible excellence and 265 3, 7 | grace ~of Christ reached the highest measure of grace. Hence 266 3, 7 | they have not attained the highest degree of grace, but ~also 267 3, 8 | to God His grace ~is the highest and first, though not in 268 3, 8 | the soul ~of Christ in the highest way; and therefore from 269 3, 11 | said (Q[9], A[1]) that the highest perfection of knowledge ~ 270 3, 12 | Coel. Hier. vii) that "the highest ~angels question Jesus, 271 3, 13 | of Christ ~moves even the highest spirits, enlightening them, 272 3, 13 | Christ's soul had in its highest degree the "grace of ~miracles" 273 3, 13 | creature, except, indeed, the highest angel, and even it can be ~ 274 3, 15 | And hence Christ set ~the highest example to penitents, since 275 3, 15 | the virtues were in their highest degree, the ~"fomes" of 276 3, 15 | whose spirit reached the highest ~degree of fortitude. And 277 3, 19 | Now what ~pertains to the highest principle is properly the 278 3, 25 | Orth. iv, 16): "It is the highest absurdity and impiety to 279 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin holds the highest place. For Christ did not ~ 280 3, 30 | For revelations to the highest angels are ~made immediately 281 3, 30 | what he knows not. But the ~highest angels did not fully know 282 3, 30 | done by an angel of the highest order. But Gabriel is not 283 3, 30 | But Gabriel is not of the highest ~order, but of the order 284 3, 30 | that Gabriel was of the highest order; because ~Gregory 285 3, 30 | was right that ~one of the highest angels should come, since 286 3, 30 | imply that he was of the highest order of ~all, but in regard 287 3, 30 | credible that he was the highest of ~the archangels. And, 288 3, 37 | in God's presence in ~the highest degree, as being always 289 3, 38 | called the ~prophet of the Highest." But the prophets who lived 290 3, 46 | when the sun is at its ~highest point, and yet the contrary 291 3, 46 | Further, as the sun is at its highest point in each day at the ~ 292 3, 46 | so also it reaches its highest point in every year at the ~ 293 3, 49 | according to Ecclus. 12:3: "The Highest hateth sinners."~Aquin.: 294 3, 57 | heavenly place which is the highest of places is ~becomingly 295 3, 57 | substances, since they are highest in the ~order of substances. 296 3, 60 | spiritual things, which are ~the highest goods.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 297 3, 66 | Baptism of Blood by the ~highest degree of fervor of dilection 298 3, 67 | lower orders; while to the highest it belongs to ~set in order 299 3, 71 | the sacrament. And so the ~highest ministers who are called 300 3, 72 | gives the form, but the highest of all is he ~to whom pertains 301 Suppl, 37| Order of ~acolytes is the highest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 302 Suppl, 38| allotted by him who holds the ~highest power, for instance by the 303 Suppl, 59| perfection of Christian life, the highest state of ~which is in the 304 Suppl, 69| substance (to which the highest place it ~fittingly assigned), 305 Suppl, 72| in Evang. xxxiv) is the highest order of the lowest ~hierarchy. 306 Suppl, 80| The empyrean was the highest of the ~concentric spheres 307 Suppl, 81| exalted of all has the ~highest place of all, according 308 Suppl, 81| empyrean [*The empyrean was the highest of the concentric ~spheres 309 Suppl, 83| from those who are in the highest degree of unhappiness. Now ~ 310 Suppl, 83| since ~they are in the highest degree of unhappiness. Therefore 311 Suppl, 88| accomplished by conferring the ~highest degree of perfection on 312 Suppl, 89| of heart alone and is the highest bliss." Therefore the blessed ~ 313 Suppl, 91| in heaven will be in the highest degree ~conformed to God. 314 Suppl, 92| dowries befit Him in the highest degree.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 315 Suppl, 93| acts of the soul's three highest powers. For the act of ~ 316 Suppl, 93| aureole of doctors is due: the highest act of the ~irascible power 317 Suppl, 93| martyrs is due: and the highest act of the ~concupiscible 318 Suppl, 93| perfection, it does not take ~the highest place in a spiritual conflict, 319 Suppl, 95| Reply OBJ 1: It is in the highest degree unprofitable to have 320 Suppl, 95| unprofitable to have reached ~the highest degree of evil, the result 321 Suppl, 95| because they have ~reached the highest of evils. ~Aquin.: SMT XP 322 Suppl, 95| and that ~they missed its highest degree of perfection which


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