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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | We see that things which lack intelligence, such as natural 2 1, 3 | reason; but neither is it to lack reason. And so the ~divine 3 1, 39 | sometimes absent by reason of lack of years. "Goodness," as 4 1, 41 | several Sons is not due to any lack of ~begetting power in the 5 1, 62 | and complete; nor did its lack of form take precedence 6 1, 63 | Gen. ad lit. i, 15), the lack of ~form in the creature 7 1, 69 | plants is hidden, since they lack sense and local ~movement, 8 1, 39 | sometimes absent by reason of lack of years. "Goodness," as 9 1, 41 | several Sons is not due to any lack of ~begetting power in the 10 1, 63 | and complete; nor did its lack of form take precedence 11 1, 64 | Gen. ad lit. i, 15), the lack of ~form in the creature 12 1, 70 | plants is hidden, since they lack sense and local ~movement, 13 1, 77 | i, 8), that "those who ~lack one sense lack one kind 14 1, 77 | those who ~lack one sense lack one kind of knowledge." 15 1, 79 | knowledge than in those which ~lack knowledge. For in those 16 1, 79 | knowledge. For in those which lack knowledge, the form is found 17 1, 82 | manner all things which ~lack knowledge. And some act 18 1, 104 | things: and this would imply lack of power in the ~Creator: 19 2, 1 | not belong to things ~that lack reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 20 2, 1 | But those things that lack reason tend to an end, by 21 2, 1 | will in those things that lack ~reason and intellect, since 22 2, 1 | Consequently all things that lack reason are, of necessity, 23 2, 2 | gained happiness, man cannot lack any needful good. ~But after 24 2, 2 | foregoing, man may still lack many ~goods that are necessary 25 2, 5 | that can be got. And if he lack nothing ~that he can get, 26 2, 8 | Ethic. ~v, 1) that "to lack evil is considered as a 27 2, 10 | of necessity. ~And since lack of any good whatever, is 28 2, 13 | aspect of some good, and the lack of some good, which has ~ 29 2, 14 | those only ~take counsel who lack knowledge."~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 18 | fulness of being or its lack of that ~fulness. Now the 31 2, 18 | plenitude ~of its goodness, or lack it in some respect. Therefore 32 2, 18 | 36): while if it does not lack the motive of just necessity 33 2, 20 | operation if it could; the lack of perfection ~derived from 34 2, 25 | sensible to love, when we lack that which we love." Consequently 35 2, 29 | follows that nothing but the lack of something can ~be the 36 2, 29 | felt more keenly when ~we lack what we love." And for the 37 2, 35 | felt ~more keenly, when we lack that which we love." Now 38 2, 35 | which we love." Now from the lack of what ~we love, sorrow 39 2, 35 | But pleasure suffers no ~lack of the good loved, for it 40 2, 36 | reality nothing else than the lack of the ~contrary habit; 41 2, 40 | experience ~can cause a lack of hope: because just as 42 2, 40 | reason as experience causes lack of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 43 2, 40 | youths and men in drink lack steadiness in ~reality, 44 2, 40 | only experience, but also lack of experience, is, in ~some 45 2, 43 | Therefore fear is caused by lack of these.~Aquin.: SMT FS 46 2, 43 | for it is owing to some lack of power that one is unable 47 2, 43 | but on account of the ~lack of power, owing to which 48 2, 44 | difficult to repel is due to lack of ~power, as stated above ( 49 2, 44 | inwardly, on account ~of the lack of power: and again we see 50 2, 44 | being due to the ~imagined lack of power. Consequently the 51 2, 44 | parts, being caused by a lack of power ~in controlling 52 2, 44 | controlling the members: which lack of power is due to the want 53 2, 58 | seem to be simple, through lack of worldly ~cunning, may 54 2, 63 | which lead toward virtue, lack the perfection of ~virtue. 55 2, 65 | anger; but this ~habit will lack the nature of virtue, through 56 2, 65 | ad 3). Consequently the lack of prudence in one ~department 57 2, 67 | to its species: even as lack of reason belongs ~to the 58 2, 67 | else; even as sometimes lack of reason is accidental ~ 59 2, 68 | of small account ~if it lack understanding, and understanding 60 2, 68 | piety is very useless if it lack the discernment of ~knowledge . . . 61 2, 69 | this life, yet they never lack spiritual rewards, even 62 2, 70 | long ~suffering," since "to lack good is a kind of evil" ( 63 2, 75 | beside the intention: for the lack of order in the act ~results 64 2, 75 | the act ~results from the lack of direction in the will.~ 65 2, 75 | the appetite; while ~the lack of the due rule appertains 66 2, 76 | privation of knowledge, i.e. lack of knowledge of ~those things 67 2, 76 | neglect to know, or even lack of ~consideration is a sin.~ 68 2, 76 | of the will thereto, the ~lack of this knowledge does not 69 2, 77 | may happen through mere lack of attention: for instance, 70 2, 85 | reduced to act, for the lack of a cause capable of ~reducing 71 2, 88 | contains within itself the lack of the love of God, in so ~ 72 2, 89 | the age of discretion, the lack of years ~hinders the use 73 2, 89 | but on account of ~the lack of use of reason, as stated 74 2, 102 | that he should not, from lack of ~discretion, exceed in 75 2, 102 | their lusts; ~or those who lack kindly feelings, for the 76 2, 105 | at once, lest they should lack food. But they who ~offer 77 2, 1 | man, ~on account of the lack of knowledge in those who 78 2, 1 | Since then there can be no lack of knowledge in ~God, it 79 2, 1 | if ~some of the faithful lack living faith, they should 80 2, 6 | said to be lifeless through lack of an extrinsic form, as ~ 81 2, 9 | that "many of the faithful lack knowledge though ~they have 82 2, 17 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Lack of hope in the damned does 83 2, 18 | end, while ~evil implies lack of this order, that which 84 2, 20 | be presumption owing to lack ~of moderation. As to the 85 2, 22 | Augustine was imbued; and the lack of ~adverting to this has 86 2, 22 | be found in sinners who lack charity. Therefore true 87 2, 22 | in accordance with his lack of charity, as when he does 88 2, 22 | in accordance ~with his lack of charity, but in accordance 89 2, 27 | Now every evil implies lack of participation in the 90 2, 30 | them so ~to give that they lack not for themselves."~ 91 2, 32 | i.e. in respect of sin and ~lack of justice.~Aquin.: SMT 92 2, 32 | we hate the fault and the lack of good in him, since ~desire 93 2, 34 | passions. Now those who lack little, and who ~love honors, 94 2, 36 | contention is often due to lack of knowledge, and by knowledge 95 2, 41 | except that which has some lack of rectitude, since what 96 2, 41 | but because it has some lack of ~rectitude, either through 97 2, 45 | into effect. ~Hence they lack prudence which is directed 98 2, 49 | the other hand, those who lack this ~virtue are called { 99 2, 49 | yet such persons sometimes lack ~good judgment (and this 100 2, 51 | privation, imprudence denotes lack of that ~prudence which 101 2, 51 | be observed however that lack of prudence or of any other 102 2, 51 | virtue is ~included in the lack of original justice which 103 2, 51 | soul. ~Accordingly all such lack of virtue may be ascribed 104 2, 51 | infused prudence, and thus the lack of ~this prudence ceases; 105 2, 51 | included in ~"thoughtlessness"; lack of docility, memory, or 106 2, 51 | precipitation"; improvidence, lack of intelligence and of shrewdness, ~ 107 2, 51 | simple avarice. Hence the lack of those things which ~are 108 2, 51 | judgment; and consequently the lack of right judgment belongs 109 2, 51 | thought, either through lack of knowledge or through 110 2, 51 | consists seemingly in a lack of perseverance ~in matters 111 2, 51 | degree to ~prudence, so all lack of that rectitude belongs 112 2, 52 | that, Negligence denotes lack of due solicitude. Now every 113 2, 52 | due solicitude. Now every lack ~of a due act is sinful: 114 2, 52 | negligence, which denotes ~lack of solicitude, is a special 115 2, 52 | special sin on account of the lack of a special ~act of reason, 116 2, 52 | of negligence it incurs a lack of goodness, whether a ~ 117 2, 52 | entirely omitted through lack of solicitude, or some due ~ 118 2, 52 | negligent man fails ~through lack of a prompt will.~Aquin.: 119 2, 52 | will, the result being a lack of solicitude on ~the part 120 2, 52 | contempt, but from some lack of ~fervor, to which venial 121 2, 52 | two ways. First through ~lack of the fervor of charity, 122 2, 52 | venial sin: secondly through lack of charity itself, in which 123 2, 53 | to wit, a man fears to lack necessary ~things if he 124 2, 53 | God taking thought lest he lack these needful things, we ~ 125 2, 53 | lust is the chief cause of lack of rectitude ~in the reason. 126 2, 57 | first, on account of a ~lack of correspondence between 127 2, 57 | happen on account of a lack of proportion between the 128 2, 60 | away from him, since "to lack little is ~almost the same 129 2, 60 | is ~almost the same as to lack nothing at all," as the 130 2, 64 | things, which they themselves lack, have no hope of salvation. 131 2, 69 | impossible to them through lack of sense - either ~interior, 132 2, 71 | most precious, since for lack of it he is hindered from 133 2, 75 | instance, lest his country lack the necessaries of ~life, 134 2, 79 | mean ~of justice, through lack of ability, his virtue deserves 135 2, 81 | they are blessed, have no lack ~of bliss, save that of 136 2, 81 | But they ~pray for us who lack the ultimate perfection 137 2, 81 | merit anything since they lack ~grace and charity which 138 2, 81 | enlightened, and consequently lack authority. And yet there 139 2, 86 | he was foolish, through lack of discretion, and in ~keeping 140 2, 87 | First, on account of ~man's lack of truth, for many give 141 2, 87 | Secondly, on account ~of this lack of knowledge, since he can 142 2, 87 | defect, namely, some man's lack of belief in ~another man. 143 2, 95 | opposed to religion, through ~lack of religion, and which are 144 2, 96 | perjury is incurred through lack of truth, it is incurred ~ 145 2, 96 | incurred ~likewise through lack of judgment, as when one 146 2, 96 | indiscreetly, and ~through lack of justice, as when one 147 2, 96 | false gods rather than in a lack of truth in the human statement 148 2, 96 | chiefly ~perjury consists in a lack of truth, for the reason 149 2, 96 | guilty of ~perjury through lack of justice: though, if he 150 2, 96 | guilty of perjury through lack of judgment. ~Hence when 151 2, 96 | true God his oath seems to lack any good that one may use 152 2, 98 | desire would supply the lack of ~the sacrament.~Aquin.: 153 2, 102 | intervene. Secondly, through lack of order in ~the movable 154 2, 105 | unwillingly seems to arise from lack of love for his benefactor.~ 155 2, 109 | two things in hypocrisy, lack of holiness, and ~simulation 156 2, 114 | to consent with him from ~lack of that love which unites 157 2, 115 | pity." Wherefore those who ~lack other virtues, though they 158 2, 116 | when ~they think that they lack the needful for their expenses, 159 2, 116 | rather to result from a lack of ~reason. Hence the Philosopher 160 2, 120 | superstition. Secondly, by ~lack, as it were, of reverence, 161 2, 121 | risk dangers rather than lack ~pleasure. Hence the Philosopher 162 2, 124 | cannot ~result from an entire lack of love, but only from the 163 2, 124 | that the "Celts, through lack of ~intelligence, fear nothing." [*" 164 2, 124 | whether it ~result from lack of love, pride of soul, 165 2, 124 | is a vice, either through lack of due love, ~or on account 166 2, 124 | by reason of folly. Now lack of due love is ~opposed 167 2, 125 | timidity ~in respect of a lack of fear. If then, daring 168 2, 125 | every vice that denotes lack of moderation in the ~matter 169 2, 125 | always accompany so great a lack of timidity, for as the 170 2, 127 | says (Ethic. v, 1,3), "to lack evil is ~looked upon as 171 2, 129 | i.e. the wicked, ~"through lack of the good arts, make use 172 2, 130 | almsdeeds on ~account of the lack of charity apparent in one 173 2, 135 | necessaries of life: such are the lack of ~food and the like, which 174 2, 136 | attraction than sorrow, for the lack of pleasure is a motive 175 2, 136 | motive of ~withdrawal, since lack of pleasure is a pure privation. 176 2, 136 | account of sorrow caused ~by lack of pleasure, yielding as 177 2, 136 | difficult for him to endure the lack of them. In another way, 178 2, 136 | speaking effeminacy regards lack of pleasures, while delicacy 179 2, 139 | in ~sin. Hence those who lack other virtues, through being 180 2, 139 | which virtues, through lack of ~prudence, are not perfected 181 2, 139 | against ~reason chiefly by lack of moderation. Because sensible 182 2, 140 | that which pertains to the lack of reason in them should ~ 183 2, 142 | shame, by reason of their lack of judgment. ~Secondly, 184 2, 142 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Lack of shame occurs in the best 185 2, 145 | immoderately, whether by excessive lack of nourishment, or by eating 186 2, 145 | through ~necessity, owing to lack of food. Much more therefore 187 2, 146 | of ~levity resulting from lack of reason, which is unable 188 2, 155 | reason for punishing, but lack moderation in punishing." 189 2, 155 | to ~obtain good than to lack evil. Wherefore those virtues 190 2, 156 | disregarded, anger will not lack sin, even though ~just vengeance 191 2, 156 | to anger resulting from lack of anger?~Aquin.: SMT SS 192 2, 156 | to anger, ~resulting from lack of anger. For no vice makes 193 2, 156 | Further, it is not a vice to lack what is altogether useless. ~ 194 2, 156 | Therefore it seems that ~lack of anger is not a vice.~ 195 2, 156 | done away. Therefore no lack of anger amounts to a ~vice.~ 196 2, 156 | and thus without ~doubt lack of anger is a sin. This 197 2, 156 | lacking or weak. Consequently lack of the passion ~of anger 198 2, 156 | also a vice, even as the lack of movement in the will ~ 199 2, 156 | angry, imitates God as to lack of passion, but not as to 200 2, 156 | cause is removed, so the lack of anger ~is a sign that 201 2, 157 | mercilessness, which is lack of ~beneficence. We may 202 2, 159 | more like ~fortitude than lack of daring is. On the other 203 2, 159 | opposed to humility than lack of confidence is.~Aquin.: 204 2, 160 | Hence pride properly regards lack of this subjection, in so 205 2, 162 | the ~body are due to the lack of the body's subjection 206 2, 166 | Of the sin consisting in lack of play.~Aquin.: SMT SS 207 2, 166 | excess in play, through lack of due ~circumstances: for 208 2, 166 | Whether there is a sin in lack of mirth?~Aquin.: SMT SS 209 2, 166 | that there is no sin in lack of mirth. For no sin ~is 210 2, 166 | Therefore there is no sin in lack of mirth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 211 2, 166 | there ~can be no sin in the lack of mirth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 212 2, 166 | Now this pertains to the lack of mirth. ~Therefore the 213 2, 166 | of mirth. ~Therefore the lack of mirth is virtuous rather 214 2, 166 | ii, 7; iv, 8) reckons the lack ~of mirth to be a vice.~ 215 2, 166 | x, ~6, it follows that "lack of mirth is less sinful 216 2, 167 | them ~immoderately. This lack of moderation occurs in 217 2, 167 | offensive." Secondly, the lack of moderation in the use 218 2, 167 | seeking glory from the very lack of attention to outward 219 2, 167 | from enemies, ~or through lack of other clothes, or for 220 2, 178 | uniformity, its twofold lack of uniformity ~needs to 221 2, 178 | objects." ~Secondly, another lack of uniformity requires to 222 2, 184 | down by ~anxiety lest they lack what is necessary."~Aquin.: 223 2, 185 | twofold; one arises from lack of honesty [*Cf. ~Q[145], 224 2, 186 | Hence it is clear that to lack worldly wealth belongs to 225 2, 186 | something in common ~do not lack worldly wealth. Therefore 226 2, 187 | obstacle. First, through lack of deliberation, as in the 227 3, 6 | angelic spirits, ~not from any lack of dignity, but because 228 3, 8 | quickens bodies, which angels lack. But the Word ~made flesh 229 3, 52 | 3: It was not due to any lack of power on Christ's part 230 3, 67 | not in orders, ~lest from lack of being baptized, man should 231 3, 68 | again on account of his lack of intention. ~Therefore 232 3, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: If an adult lack the intention of receiving 233 3, 68 | since madmen and imbeciles lack the use of ~reason, they 234 3, 68 | But ~madmen and imbeciles lack the use of reason, indeed 235 3, 68 | sometimes be given to ~those who lack the use of reason.~Aquin.: 236 3, 68 | 2: Madmen and imbeciles lack the use of reason accidentally, ~ 237 3, 78 | of necessity: whereas the lack of ~this sacrament can be 238 3, 80 | to be given to them who lack the use of reason?~(10) 239 3, 80 | ad 6). But as unbelievers lack ~faith, so all sinners lack 240 3, 80 | lack ~faith, so all sinners lack charity. Now unbelievers 241 3, 80 | And therefore sinners, who lack living faith ~regarding 242 3, 80 | Further, among those that lack the use of reason are children, ~ 243 3, 82 | ii), "it is one thing to lack something utterly, and ~ 244 3, 89 | removed. But the ~cause of the lack of life in works generically 245 3, 89 | without charity, ~was the lack of charity and grace. which 246 3, 89 | charity and grace. which lack is removed by Penance. ~ 247 3, 89 | privatively, because, to wit, they lack ~spiritual life, which is 248 3, 89 | sense too, faith, if it lack charity, is said to be dead, 249 3, 89 | whether dead or deadened lack ~the principle of life. 250 3, 89 | dead on account of the lack of grace and charity, as 251 Suppl, 4 | although they have sorrow, they lack the grace which quickens 252 Suppl, 8 | made to a layman, through lack* of a priest, is ~quasi-sacramental, 253 Suppl, 8 | submits to him, through lack of a priest.~Aquin.: SMT 254 Suppl, 8 | confession: first, through lack of jurisdiction; secondly, 255 Suppl, 8 | jurisdiction though he lack the power of jurisdiction.~ 256 Suppl, 9 | confession, but to confess his lack of sincerity.~Aquin.: SMT 257 Suppl, 11| besides sin, for instance, by lack of knowledge, age, ~or the 258 Suppl, 14| lay claim to a gift, if he lack friendship. ~Wherefore, 259 Suppl, 16| any punishment that they lack. ~Therefore they can repent.~ 260 Suppl, 17| priest. And although priests lack this key at times, through 261 Suppl, 18| children and others who lack the use of reason, so that 262 Suppl, 19| hindered on account of the lack of matter. For ~since the 263 Suppl, 32| which all sick people lack, whatever be the stage of 264 Suppl, 32| them, on account of their lack of ~devotion. Hence it should 265 Suppl, 39| this sacrament?~(2) Whether lack of the use of reason is?~( 266 Suppl, 39| illegitimate birth is?~(6) Whether lack of members is?~Aquin.: SMT 267 Suppl, 39| Whether boys and those who lack the use of reason can receive 268 Suppl, 39| that boys and those who lack the use of reason ~cannot 269 Suppl, 39| Now children and those who lack the use of reason cannot ~ 270 Suppl, 39| children and ~those who lack the use of reason can receive 271 Suppl, 39| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether lack of members should be an 272 Suppl, 39| Orders on account of a lack of members. For one who 273 Suppl, 39| Hence he who suffers from a lack of members is ~debarred 274 Suppl, 43| seven years old, since the lack of age in one is ~more than 275 Suppl, 45| things here, namely the lack of ~consent - which benefits 276 Suppl, 50| marriage" - or through ~lack of proportion to the other 277 Suppl, 51| dignity of position and the lack ~thereof. Now error regarding 278 Suppl, 56| worship consists in the lack of a sacrament, as stated 279 Suppl, 57| necessary in order to supply the lack of children begotten naturally. 280 Suppl, 57| need no solace ~for their lack of children as those who 281 Suppl, 58| in either case ~there is lack of consent on the part of 282 Suppl, 58| before that age. Therefore lack of the ~appointed age is 283 Suppl, 58| impediment to marriage. But lack of age is neither ~perpetual 284 Suppl, 58| developed to supply the lack of age, the ~marriage is 285 Suppl, 63| second marriages, ~which lack the decorum which was in 286 Suppl, 69| cannot be done by those who lack this gift, so it is not ~ 287 Suppl, 69| bosom, and as regards its lack of rest, and thus it is 288 Suppl, 69| coming the saints' rest had a lack of rest attached ~to it, 289 Suppl, 69| the soul: and consequently lack of the soul's glory ~causes 290 Suppl, 69| difference of state, whereas lack of the body's glory does 291 Suppl, 71| limbo save ~because they lack the state of grace. Hence, 292 Suppl, 72| are cleansed ~from their lack of knowledge by the higher 293 Suppl, 72| subject to time, and the lack of that final ~consummation 294 Suppl, 78| without purpose, although they lack their animal operations.~ 295 Suppl, 79| the glorified body ~will lack the actual sense of touch, 296 Suppl, 79| defective senses, but from lack of medium and object; ~and 297 Suppl, 80| since incorporeal things lack quantity and matter, the 298 Suppl, 80| Lk. 24:39): nor will it lack matter, or form, or natural ~ 299 Suppl, 80| contradiction, even as for a man to lack reason, ~while for two bodies 300 Suppl, 82| the glorified bodies to ~lack beauty. Therefore the glorified 301 Suppl, 83| sin be forgiven. Now the lack of limbs that ~results from 302 Suppl, 83| and in like manner the lack of a limb would prevent 303 Suppl, 83| kinds. One arises ~from the lack of a limb: thus we say that 304 Suppl, 83| or glory, since they will lack these things altogether. ~ 305 Suppl, 88| although it is opaque ~through lack of light, yet by the Divine 306 Suppl, 88| services to man, since they lack free-will. However, ~certain 307 Suppl, 89| Divine likeness. Now the lack of perfect likeness may ~ 308 Suppl, 89| imperfect, even though it lack some of the preceding dispositions. ~ 309 Suppl, 92| metaphorically on account of some lack of ~likeness; and consequently 310 Suppl, 92| account of the ~aforesaid lack of likeness.~Aquin.: SMT 311 Suppl, 94| Reply OBJ 3: Hell will never lack sufficient room to admit 312 Suppl, 95| aspect of good, since "to lack an evil is a kind of good" 313 Appen1, 1| suffer, but through the lack of an ~external agent to 314 Appen1, 1| impassible, because they will lack the capability of suffering; 315 Appen1, 1| cannot, without suffering, lack what one wishes to ~have. 316 Appen1, 1| will not know that they lack what they have lost. ~It, 317 Appen1, 1| obtain, but only through lack of that which, in some way, 318 Appen1, 1| one's own. Wherefore ~the lack of such a grace will not 319 Appen1, 1| Baptism, any more than the lack of many graces accorded


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