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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 11 | Reply OBJ 1: No privation entirely takes away the being of 2 1, 12 | united to Him as to ~one entirely unknown. He says the same 3 1, 13 | names applied to God mean entirely the same thing in God; for 4 1, 13 | Therefore ~these names are entirely synonymous.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 14 | act of ~understanding are entirely one and the same. Hence 6 1, 16 | fornication is true" - is entirely ~from God. But to argue, " 7 1, 19 | that, The will of God is entirely unchangeable. On this point ~ 8 1, 19 | God and His knowledge are entirely unchangeable ~(Q[9], A[1]; 9 1, 19 | Therefore His will must be entirely ~unchangeable.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 27 | in such a being) excludes entirely the first kind of ~generation; 11 1, 50 | 1) Whether there is any entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~ 12 1, 50 | seem that an angel is not entirely incorporeal. For what ~is 13 1, 51 | Reply OBJ 2: Sensation is entirely a vital function. Consequently 14 1, 52 | places at once, for it is entirely in every part of the body, 15 1, 54 | intellectual ~creature to be entirely intelligent; and not in 16 1, 55 | potentiality of matter is not entirely ~perfected by the form, 17 1, 57 | evident that it depends entirely on the will for anyone ~ 18 1, 57 | ascertain what depends ~entirely upon God's will. The Apostle 19 1, 70 | form perfects their matter entirely, which ~is not in potentiality 20 1, 73 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing entirely new was afterwards made 21 1, 76 | form ~merged in matter, or entirely embraced by matter. Therefore 22 1, 51 | 1) Whether there is any entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~ 23 1, 51 | seem that an angel is not entirely incorporeal. For what is 24 1, 52 | Reply OBJ 2: Sensation is entirely a vital function. Consequently 25 1, 53 | places at once, for it is entirely in every part of the body, 26 1, 55 | intellectual ~creature to be entirely intelligent; and not in 27 1, 56 | potentiality of matter is not entirely ~perfected by the form, 28 1, 58 | evident that it depends entirely on the will for anyone ~ 29 1, 58 | ascertain what depends ~entirely upon God's will. The Apostle 30 1, 71 | form perfects their matter entirely, which ~is not in potentiality 31 1, 72 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing entirely new was afterwards made 32 1, 75 | form ~merged in matter, or entirely embraced by matter. Therefore 33 1, 77 | Generation of inanimate things is entirely from an ~extrinsic source; 34 1, 83 | angelic intellect, ~which is entirely separate from a body, is 35 1, 83 | unfettered, though not ~entirely. Consequently, if a man 36 1, 85 | their imagination ~follows entirely the influence of the heavenly 37 1, 88 | acquired would also ~be entirely destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT FP 38 1, 89 | in their different orders entirely free from matter. Of this ~ 39 1, 90 | the human body, they would entirely draw ~the rest into themselves, 40 1, 90 | in such a way that ~it is entirely void of the whole "genus" 41 1, 92 | though it knows itself entirely in a certain ~degree, yet 42 1, 93 | life, in that the body was entirely subject to the ~soul, hindering 43 1, 94 | Therefore the ~passions were entirely excluded from him.~Aquin.: 44 1, 94 | passions reside, is not ~entirely subject to reason; hence 45 1, 95 | the human body was not ~entirely exempt from the laws of 46 1, 96 | itself subject to God. This entirely agrees with reason; for 47 1, 97 | when the lower powers were ~entirely subject to reason. Wherefore 48 1, 101 | corporeal; others a place entirely spiritual; while others, 49 1, 102 | though anything could happen entirely outside the order of Divine ~ 50 1, 102 | against God: not ~that they entirely resist the order of the 51 1, 103 | 4]), such an opinion is entirely false, and absolutely ~contrary 52 1, 103 | concerned, they are not entirely reduced to nothingness; 53 1, 105 | the ~inferior angels were entirely ignorant of the Mystery 54 1, 108 | the good angels do ~not entirely restrain the bad from inflicting 55 1, 112 | mother's womb it is not ~entirely separate, but by reason 56 1, 112 | nor anything at all, is entirely withdrawn from the ~providence 57 1, 112 | guardian never ~forsakes a man entirely, but sometimes he leaves 58 1, 112 | because they will cleaves entirely to the ordering of ~Divine 59 1, 114 | OBJ 3: Quantity does not entirely hinder the corporeal form 60 1, 114 | subject the matter to itself ~entirely. But the entire matter of 61 1, 118 | until the first piece ~is entirely consumed, the same identical 62 2, 3 | life to ~come, consists entirely in contemplation. But imperfect 63 2, 4 | of the separated soul is entirely at rest, as ~regards the 64 2, 4 | necessary for the soul to be entirely separated from the body. 65 2, 5 | good of a man is that which entirely satisfies his ~will. Consequently 66 2, 6 | not consent, but is moved entirely counter to that which is 67 2, 6 | knowing is not taken ~away entirely, but only the actual consideration 68 2, 10 | however, the reason is not entirely engrossed by the passion, ~ 69 2, 10 | virtuous; or because reason is entirely engrossed by ~passion, as 70 2, 10 | either repel the passion entirely, or at least hold himself ~ 71 2, 19 | then ~reason would not be entirely erroneous. But when erring 72 2, 20 | order to the end, depends entirely on the ~will: while that 73 2, 20 | Goodness, because it is entirely derived therefrom. But ~ 74 2, 27 | who seeks science, is not entirely without knowledge ~thereof: 75 2, 28 | truth, which can be known entirely by many; except perhaps 76 2, 33 | other ~things, or it is entirely withdrawn from them; and 77 2, 33 | pleasure be great, either it entirely hinders the use of reason, 78 2, 37 | prevent it from turning entirely to the pain.~Aquin.: SMT 79 2, 41 | ways. First, so that it is entirely ~accomplished by nature, 80 2, 42 | be impossible to avoid it entirely, yet it may be possible 81 2, 42 | gather that whatever is entirely subject to our power and 82 2, 43 | contrary is feared, were entirely ~absent.~Aquin.: SMT FS 83 2, 48 | perfect pleasure ensues, entirely excluding ~sorrow, so that 84 2, 51 | ways: first, because it entirely is from the ~nature; secondly, 85 2, 51 | himself, his ~health is entirely from nature; but when a 86 2, 51 | disposition may be either entirely from nature, or ~partly 87 2, 51 | in man, so that they be entirely from ~nature. In the angels, 88 2, 51 | the active principle ~must entirely overcome the passive. Whence 89 2, 51 | so that by overcoming it ~entirely, it may impress its likeness 90 2, 51 | which is reason, cannot entirely overcome the appetitive ~ 91 2, 51 | appetitive power is not thereby entirely overcome, so as to be inclined ~ 92 2, 51 | certain active ~principle to entirely overcome, by one act, the 93 2, 56 | the ~soul: wherefore it is entirely due to his soul that a man 94 2, 56 | powers are rightly ruled, is entirely due to the rational powers. 95 2, 63 | Others held that forms are entirely from without, those, for ~ 96 2, 63 | theological virtues, which are entirely from without.~Aquin.: SMT 97 2, 67 | appetitive power will be moved entirely according to the ~order 98 2, 67 | thing is either ~withdrawn entirely, or remains entirely. Since 99 2, 67 | withdrawn entirely, or remains entirely. Since therefore faith does 100 2, 67 | therefore faith does not ~remain entirely, but is taken away as stated 101 2, 67 | seems that ~it is withdrawn entirely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 102 2, 67 | that hope is taken away entirely: but ~that faith is taken 103 2, 68 | 1 Cor. 15:28), and man entirely subject ~unto Him. Secondly, 104 2, 76 | ignorance be such as to ~be entirely involuntary, either through 105 2, 76 | exclude the use of reason ~entirely, it excuses from sin altogether, 106 2, 77 | wholly involuntary, it entirely excuses from sin; otherwise, 107 2, 77 | otherwise, it does not ~excuse entirely. In this matter two points 108 2, 77 | involuntary, and he is entirely excused from sin. Sometimes, 109 2, 81 | flesh. But man's flesh is entirely corrupted. Therefore a ~ 110 2, 82 | original justice is taken away entirely; and ~privations that remove 111 2, 82 | privations that remove something entirely, such as death and darkness, ~ 112 2, 85 | third good of nature was entirely destroyed ~through the sin 113 2, 85 | Now any finite thing is entirely taken away, if ~the subtraction 114 2, 85 | that in the end it can be ~entirely taken away.~Aquin.: SMT 115 2, 85 | this aptitude is destroyed entirely in some on account of ~sin: 116 2, 85 | away the good of nature entirely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 117 2, 85 | consequently it does not destroy it entirely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 118 2, 85 | virtuously. Now sin cannot entirely take away from man the fact ~ 119 2, 85 | nature to be destroyed ~entirely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 120 2, 85 | indefinitely, without being entirely ~destroyed. For the Philosopher 121 2, 85 | quantity, it ~will at last be entirely destroyed, for instance 122 2, 85 | way, it would needs be entirely destroyed at last by the 123 2, 85 | the rational nature ~being entirely destroyed. Since, however, 124 2, 85 | yet it cannot be destroyed entirely, because the root of this ~ 125 2, 85 | above (AA[1]~,2), but is not entirely destroyed. Again, there 126 2, 85 | species and order, and is entirely ~taken away by sin. Lastly, 127 2, 85 | reason that the latter is not entirely subject to ~matter, as other 128 2, 89 | God as their last end, is ~entirely cut off. On the contrary, 129 2, 89 | use of reason, he is ~not entirely excused from the guilt of 130 2, 93 | that sin does not destroy entirely ~the good of nature.~Aquin.: 131 2, 95 | white or black, which are ~entirely beside the notion of animal. 132 2, 101 | worship of God, should be ~entirely free from unfittingness. 133 2, 102 | in ~which the victim was entirely consumed by fire: this was 134 2, 102 | is that priests should be entirely ~free from dead works, i.e. 135 2, 105 | foreigners wished to be admitted ~entirely to their fellowship and 136 2, 105 | the deceased might not be entirely forgotten. It ~also forbade 137 2, 108 | when they would be left entirely to their own ~judgment in 138 2, 108 | the goods of this world entirely: wherefore ~the evangelical 139 2, 109 | nature in ~order that he may entirely abstain from sin. And in 140 2, 109 | since man's reason is not entirely subject to God, ~the consequence 141 2, 1 | appetitive faculty, do not entirely exclude the ~false, for 142 2, 2 | the Kingdom of God was not entirely hidden ~from the angels, 143 2, 6 | healed ~from unbelief, not entirely (because the sin of his 144 2, 9 | mind." Now ignorance is not entirely removed, save by both kinds 145 2, 10 | unbelief ~seems to consist entirely in a perverse will: and, 146 2, 10 | 1: The Apostle does not entirely forbid disputations, but 147 2, 10 | faith, as heretics, or by entirely renouncing the faith, as 148 2, 14 | mind, which excludes almost entirely the knowledge of ~spiritual 149 2, 18 | regards its servility, is entirely ~cast out when charity comes, 150 2, 23 | these ways, but destroys it ~entirely, both effectively, because 151 2, 23 | be lost, when it does not entirely fill the ~potentiality of 152 2, 23 | of a celestial body which entirely fills the potentiality of 153 2, 23 | the ~blessed, because it entirely fills the potentiality of 154 2, 23 | subjecting himself to Him entirely, by referring all that is 155 2, 25 | in heaven love will be entirely for God's sake, for then ~ 156 2, 28 | greater pity, if they are entirely contrary to the will, as ~ 157 2, 30 | institutions of the Romans were ~so entirely different from ours that " 158 2, 31 | from a virtuous act, as entirely takes away the ~good of 159 2, 33 | man as to draw him ~away entirely from good deeds. Hence the 160 2, 42 | precept that man should ~be entirely united to Him, and this 161 2, 51 | the ~judgment of reason entirely. Hence the Philosopher says ( 162 2, 52 | goodness, whether a ~due act be entirely omitted through lack of 163 2, 53 | of ~concupiscence, lust entirely suppresses the reason from 164 2, 55 | subjecting his mind to Him entirely.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 165 2, 56 | regulation of which ~is gauged entirely by a comparison with the 166 2, 57 | temperate thing, depends entirely on proportion to the man 167 2, 64 | necessity diminishes or entirely removes sin, as we shall 168 2, 69 | business, and occupy himself ~entirely in defending the suits of 169 2, 75 | 15): "Contracts should be entirely free from double-dealing: 170 2, 86 | a man gives ~himself up entirely to some particular thing. 171 2, 86 | as the vow whereby a man ~entirely devotes himself to the divine 172 2, 86 | but only to that which is entirely in his own power. Now ~whoever 173 2, 101 | wholly and singly, which is entirely subject ~to His power: whereas 174 2, 106 | the people of Sodom were entirely destroyed (Gn. 19) - or ~ 175 2, 109 | mortal sin: for no one is ~entirely deprived of holiness save 176 2, 115 | s possessions consisted entirely of 'pecora' [flocks]." And 177 2, 121 | prevents the reason from being entirely ~overcome by bodily pain. 178 2, 124 | Nevertheless, one never lapses entirely from this love: since ~what 179 2, 142 | whereas strangers and ~persons entirely unknown to us, who are ignorant 180 2, 148 | sin, the subsequent sin is entirely ~excused from fault, as 181 2, 150 | sensible pleasure. The third is entirely on the part of the soul, 182 2, 154 | the ~incontinent man is entirely led by his evil desire, 183 2, 154 | desire, even so is a man ~entirely led by his good desire which 184 2, 154 | more does it diminish or entirely excuse the sin, in so ~far 185 2, 156 | in his power, it is not entirely sinless if it be ~inordinate. 186 2, 156 | like to God. Now by ~being entirely without anger, a man becomes 187 2, 156 | Reply OBJ 1: He that is entirely without anger when he ought 188 2, 172 | reason his vision did not entirely lose ~the character of prophecy.~ 189 2, 173 | strong that it takes away entirely the use of reason, ~as happens 190 2, 173 | phantasms, and be absorbed entirely in God. Therefore it is 191 2, 180 | delights to occupy ~himself entirely with Divine contemplation.~ 192 2, 181 | harmful ~words is to forfeit entirely the state of righteousness." 193 2, 184 | who give themselves up entirely to the divine service, ~ 194 2, 184 | man from devoting himself entirely to God's service. Now the 195 2, 185 | because they give themselves ~entirely to the service of God, as 196 2, 186 | things. Hence they are ~not entirely deprived of the fruit of 197 2, 186 | the active life consists entirely in outward occupation, for 198 2, 187 | thereby man devotes himself entirely to the divine service, as ~ 199 3, 6 | since they are substances ~entirely free from matter.~Aquin.: 200 3, 13 | in Adam, ~who had a body entirely subject to the soul, so 201 3, 21 | withhold Him, His prayer was entirely fulfilled. ~But if we understand 202 3, 22 | the debt of punishment is entirely removed by the satisfaction ~ 203 3, 26 | the body being entirely free, could not transmit 204 3, 27 | sanctification the fomes of sin was ~entirely taken away from her?~(4) 205 3, 27 | wherefore this is not to be entirely ~reprobated. Nevertheless 206 3, 27 | Therefore ~the fomes was not entirely removed from her.~Aquin.: 207 3, 27 | that the fomes ~should be entirely taken away from her.~Aquin.: 208 3, 27 | held that the fomes was entirely taken away in that sanctification ~ 209 3, 27 | conceived the Son of God, it was entirely taken away. In order to ~ 210 3, 27 | inordinate concupiscence, not entirely subject to reason: and therefore, ~ 211 3, 27 | therefore, ~if the fomes were entirely taken away as to personal 212 3, 27 | either that the fomes was entirely ~taken away from her by 213 3, 27 | Now that the fomes was entirely taken away, might be understood 214 3, 27 | said that ~He purified her entirely from the fomes.~Aquin.: 215 3, 27 | the Son of God, she was entirely cleansed from the ~fomes: 216 3, 31 | through ~lust, so also is it entirely defiled by sin. Consequently 217 3, 33 | active power, thus it ~was entirely miraculous. And since judgment 218 3, 36 | manifest, or whether it be ~entirely unknown, so that no one 219 3, 36 | land ~to a kingdom that was entirely strange to them, had no 220 3, 38 | supplied, but the whole must be entirely ~renewed. Now, it belongs 221 3, 39 | might ~plunge the old Adam entirely in the water." Thirdly, 222 3, 39 | entering into heaven were entirely removed by ~the Passion: 223 3, 45 | lest [the Cross] ~should be entirely hindered by the people" [* 224 3, 52 | descend?~(3) Whether He was entirely in hell?~(4) Whether He 225 3, 52 | Him, and likewise He was entirely in hell, because the ~whole 226 3, 54 | order for the body to be entirely subject to the spirit, ~ 227 3, 54 | nature of a human body, was entirely in the body of Christ ~when 228 3, 55 | comes of faith, is not entirely excluded except a man refuse 229 3, 55 | he does not see, does not entirely deprive him of faith ~nor 230 3, 57 | in which the body is not entirely dominated by the soul, still ~ 231 3, 60 | sense of the words be not entirely lost by this mispronunciation, 232 3, 61 | for man to be drawn away entirely from bodily actions, bodily ~ 233 3, 64 | intention. But this is not entirely in man's power, because 234 3, 68 | wait until the child ~has entirely come forth from the womb 235 3, 69 | temporal ~punishment. Christ entirely abolished the punishment 236 3, 75 | natural changes, but is entirely ~supernatural, and effected 237 3, 76 | If therefore Christ be entirely under every part of the 238 3, 76 | dimensive ~quantity is contained entirely in any whole, and in its 239 3, 76 | is in this sacrament is entirely supernatural, it ~is visible 240 3, 76 | non-glorified eye either entirely or in part, and under its 241 3, 77 | if one of two things be entirely corrupted, there is no ~ 242 3, 77 | aforesaid species ~are corrupted entirely or in part, after the way 243 3, 77 | species. And if they be ~entirely corrupted, there remains 244 3, 78 | Moreover this ~solution ignores entirely the difficulty which this 245 3, 79 | which nevertheless cannot entirely hinder the act of ~charity. 246 3, 80 | that he ~ought to refrain entirely from Communion can be compared 247 3, 82 | for a priest to refrain entirely from consecrating ~the Eucharist?~ 248 3, 82 | for a priest to refrain entirely from ~consecrating the Eucharist. 249 3, 83 | Christmas Day, and to be ~entirely omitted on Good Friday.~ 250 3, 83 | the paten should be made entirely of gold, or of ~silver or 251 3, 84 | derives its form and power entirely from ~the institution of 252 3, 87 | that case, whoever was ~entirely free from mortal sin, would 253 Suppl, 1 | that man should put aside entirely his ~attachment to sin, 254 Suppl, 5 | away the debt of punishment entirely?~(3) Whether slight contrition 255 Suppl, 5 | away the debt of punishment entirely?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[2] 256 Suppl, 5 | the debt of ~punishment entirely. For satisfaction and confession 257 Suppl, 6 | can be remedied by an entirely extrinsic cause, as in the 258 Suppl, 9 | water, which is from an entirely external ~source and is 259 Suppl, 10| is something done by him, entirely. Again, ~this is true of 260 Suppl, 10| debt ~of punishment was not entirely removed before confession 261 Suppl, 12| cause of actual sin, is not ~entirely removed by satisfaction 262 Suppl, 15| but we should submit ~them entirely to God, which is done by 263 Suppl, 16| order or inclination is ~not entirely destroyed in any creature, 264 Suppl, 16| Whatever is natural in them is entirely good, and inclines ~to good: 265 Suppl, 18| is increased, ~and he is entirely absolved from the debt of 266 Suppl, 18| temporal punishment is not ~entirely remitted, as in Baptism, 267 Suppl, 18| receiving into himself entirely the efficacy of Christ's 268 Suppl, 18| Penance, the punishment is not entirely ~remitted, but something 269 Suppl, 18| judgment should be guided entirely by the Divine ~instinct.~ 270 Suppl, 34| in the sacraments comes entirely from without. ~Wherefore, 271 Suppl, 40| hair should not be cut off entirely. Another reason is that 272 Suppl, 40| they may give themselves entirely to the Divine worship. ~ 273 Suppl, 47| violence. Therefore it is ~not entirely involuntary, and consequently 274 Suppl, 49| reason is ~carried away entirely on account of the vehemence 275 Suppl, 52| such a slavery ~ought to be entirely annulled in marriage.~Aquin.: 276 Suppl, 62| wherefore her husband cannot entirely ~remit the punishment, unless 277 Suppl, 64| And yet the wife is not ~entirely deprived of her right, since 278 Suppl, 65| marriage is, in one respect, entirely ~destroyed, and in another 279 Suppl, 65| offspring. Nor are they entirely ~done away, since there 280 Suppl, 66| wherefore it does not ~entirely destroy the signification 281 Suppl, 69| overflows from the soul, is entirely ~founded as it were on the 282 Suppl, 70| of itself. Now that which entirely comes to naught is not restored 283 Suppl, 71| multiplied that they ~are entirely freed from punishment, not 284 Suppl, 71| Secondly, because they have entirely come to the end of life, ~ 285 Suppl, 71| purgatory ~which is sometimes entirely expiated by suffrages, and 286 Suppl, 71| the punishment would be entirely ~remitted, and consequently 287 Suppl, 71| and consequently the sin entirely unpunished: and this would ~ 288 Suppl, 71| who are ~in purgatory be entirely done away by the multiplicity 289 Suppl, 71| release a deceased ~person entirely from punishment: which is 290 Suppl, 72| their prayers would deliver entirely from punishment those who 291 Suppl, 72| will ~consume two of them entirely, and will restore two of 292 Suppl, 72| the elements are ~to be entirely destroyed by that fire.~ 293 Suppl, 72| corruptible ~bodies will entirely perish by fire: and the 294 Suppl, 72| that "it ~will consume two entirely," this does not mean that 295 Suppl, 72| voided of its proper ~species entirely, as instanced by incandescent 296 Suppl, 72| that the elements would be entirely ~cleansed both from the 297 Suppl, 76| now (for it will be either entirely borne away to the heavenly 298 Suppl, 77| man's ~body to correspond entirely to the soul, for it will 299 Suppl, 77| suppose that some one is fed entirely on embryos in ~which seemingly 300 Suppl, 83| and so ~forth) will be entirely done away at the resurrection: 301 Suppl, 85| Cor. ~5:10], not indeed entirely but only in part since he 302 Suppl, 86| nature and the Divine, be ~entirely set aside. Wherefore just 303 Suppl, 86| Such are those who have ~entirely renounced the things of 304 Suppl, 93| a man withdraws himself entirely from those carnal ~pleasures 305 Suppl, 96| worthy of being cut off ~entirely from the fellowship of the 306 Suppl, 96| worthy of being ~cut off entirely from the fellowship of the 307 Suppl, 96| as not to ~deserve to be entirely cut off from the fellowship 308 Suppl, 96| but not that they are ~entirely delivered from punishment.~ 309 Suppl, 96| punishment will not be done away entirely; but ~His mercy will have 310 Appen1, 2| concupiscence. Wherefore if grace entirely overcome the corruption


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