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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | supposes something that can ~be perfected. Nevertheless, there is 2 1, 4 | other, for each thing is perfected by its specific ~difference. 3 1, 7 | particular ~thing. Now matter is perfected by the form by which it 4 1, 14 | Likewise that the ~intellect is perfected by the intelligible object, 5 1, 14 | understood, and ~makes it to be perfected thereby, as potentiality 6 1, 14 | thereby, as potentiality is perfected by act. On ~the other hand, 7 1, 14 | in potentiality, is not perfected by the intelligible object, 8 1, 14 | objects only so far as it is perfected by the intelligible ~species 9 1, 27 | the act of sensation is perfected by the action of the sensible 10 1, 43 | the rational creature is ~perfected so that it can freely use 11 1, 50 | is properly limited and perfected by matter. So the ~form 12 1, 55 | and his ~intellect must be perfected by some species in order 13 1, 55 | potentiality which is fully perfected by the form; ~whereas in 14 1, 55 | matter is not entirely ~perfected by the form, but receives 15 1, 60 | and that it would not ~be perfected but destroyed by charity.~ 16 1, 69 | work of the third day was perfected on that day only as ~regards 17 1, 70 | heaven and ~the earth were perfected, either by adding substantial 18 1, 70 | imperfect, ~which He afterwards perfected.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 19 1, 74 | ascribed to one day God perfected in an ~instant, for with 20 1, 74 | all ~angelic knowledge is perfected and terminated. So the distinction 21 1, 74 | only begun on that day, but perfected on ~the third. Hence these 22 1, 76 | matter is apprehended as perfected in its existence, before 23 1, 43 | the rational creature is ~perfected so that it can freely use 24 1, 51 | is properly limited and perfected by matter. So the ~form 25 1, 56 | and his ~intellect must be perfected by some species in order 26 1, 56 | potentiality which is fully perfected by the form; ~whereas in 27 1, 56 | matter is not entirely ~perfected by the form, but receives 28 1, 61 | and that it would not ~be perfected but destroyed by charity.~ 29 1, 70 | work of the third day was perfected on that day only as ~regards 30 1, 71 | heaven and ~the earth were perfected, either by adding substantial 31 1, 71 | imperfect, ~which He afterwards perfected.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 32 1, 73 | ascribed to one day God perfected in an ~instant, for with 33 1, 73 | all ~angelic knowledge is perfected and terminated. So the distinction 34 1, 73 | only begun on that day, but perfected on ~the third. Hence these 35 1, 75 | matter is apprehended as perfected in its existence, before 36 1, 78 | passive, even when it is perfected. And thus with us to ~understand 37 1, 78 | potentiality ~which is always perfected by its act: as the matter 38 1, 83 | the angelic intellect is perfected by intelligible species, ~ 39 1, 84 | the same ~subject to be perfected at the same time by many 40 1, 84 | the same intellect to be perfected at the same time by ~different 41 1, 90 | greatest nobility; since it is perfected by the ~noblest form, which 42 1, 93 | the soul's knowledge is perfected. This is because the ~intellectual 43 1, 102 | require to be governed and perfected by the Divine ~intellect 44 1, 105 | cleansed, enlightened and perfected by the ~angels of the first 45 1, 105 | appertains to will; while to be perfected is to ~obtain an end, which 46 1, 105 | diffusion of light; and perfected by being brought to the ~ 47 1, 107 | cleansed, enlightened, and perfected; and that others ~cleanse, 48 1, 118 | imperfect and is afterwards perfected. But it is ~clear that the 49 2, 1 | no more, ~but that it is perfected so as to be complete." It 50 2, 2 | belonging to that which is ~perfected. But happiness is a perfection 51 2, 3 | not be true, were not man perfected thereby in ~all his parts. 52 2, 3 | some parts of the soul are perfected by sensitive ~operations. 53 2, 3 | certain ~overflow, so as to be perfected in their operations"; a 54 2, 3 | happiness the entire man is perfected, in the ~lower part of his 55 2, 3 | perfect, the whole man is ~perfected and made good thereby: such 56 2, 3 | perfection. Now everything is ~perfected, according as it is reduced 57 2, 3 | sensibles. For a thing is not perfected by ~something lower, except 58 2, 3 | Consequently the intellect is not perfected by the form ~of a stone, 59 2, 4 | ranks before the thing perfected. Therefore delight ranks 60 2, 4 | intellect is ~sufficiently perfected by seeing God, and the will 61 2, 4 | OBJ 3: Further, charity is perfected in Happiness. But charity 62 2, 5 | perfection is in the thing perfected according to ~the mode of 63 2, 18 | as its potentiality is ~perfected by act, it is good, as stated 64 2, 19 | for in this respect it ~is perfected by prudence. Now in regard 65 2, 20 | inclination or movement is perfected ~by attaining its end or 66 2, 22 | lit up. But this is to be perfected rather than to be ~passive. 67 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 3: Knowledge is perfected by the thing known being 68 2, 28 | rather, ~if possible, it is perfected and bettered. But if a thing 69 2, 28 | worsens him. ~Wherefore man is perfected and bettered chiefly by 70 2, 31 | Ethic. x, 4,5. But ~to be perfected does not consist in being 71 2, 49 | called habits," such as ~perfected science and virtue.~Aquin.: 72 2, 49 | the nature of a thing is perfected: yet the ~subject needs 73 2, 50 | the angelic essences are perfected of themselves unto conformity 74 2, 50 | far as their intellect is perfected by several ~species, and 75 2, 54 | subject, and is gradually perfected. The same applies to other ~ 76 2, 54 | was in him previously is perfected, forasmuch as ~it has increased 77 2, 57 | needs a good will, which is perfected by moral virtue; and for 78 2, 58 | sensitive appetite were perfected by a habit making it conformable 79 2, 58 | unless each principle be ~perfected by the habit corresponding 80 2, 58 | without his reason being perfected by an intellectual virtue.~ 81 2, 58 | requires that reason be ~perfected by intellectual virtue.~ 82 2, 58 | the ends, he needs to be perfected by certain habits, whereby 83 2, 61 | its essence, and this is perfected by ~"Prudence"; and that 84 2, 62 | 1~I answer that, Man is perfected by virtue, for those actions 85 2, 63 | soul needs further to be perfected by infused virtues in regard 86 2, 63 | needs in addition ~to be perfected by other principles in relation 87 2, 64 | that a moral virtue is not perfected, but the contrary ~corrupted, 88 2, 64 | some moral virtues ~are perfected by tending to something 89 2, 65 | Now the spiritual life is perfected by the virtues, ~since it 90 2, 65 | life, by grace, but will be perfected in the future life, by glory; ~ 91 2, 66 | them. Because knowledge is perfected by the known being in the 92 2, 66 | knower: ~whereas love is perfected by the lover being drawn 93 2, 67 | consequently when this knowledge is perfected, the foundation will be ~ 94 2, 67 | the foundation will be ~perfected also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] 95 2, 67 | perfection, even as man is ~perfected by growth, and whiteness 96 2, 68 | 2/3~Now man's reason is perfected by God in two ways: first, 97 2, 68 | virtues, man is not so ~perfected in respect of his last end, 98 2, 68 | consider human reason as perfected in its ~natural perfection, 99 2, 68 | natural perfection, or as perfected by the theological virtues, 100 2, 68 | in His regard. Now to be perfected by a habit is befitting, 101 2, 68 | are habits whereby man is perfected ~to obey readily the Holy 102 2, 68 | the speculative reason is perfected by "understanding"; the ~ 103 2, 68 | the speculative ~reason is perfected by "wisdom"; the practical 104 2, 68 | relations to another, is ~perfected by "piety"; in matters touching 105 2, 68 | touching himself, it is perfected by ~"fortitude" against 106 2, 68 | even as our ~reason is perfected by prudence. Wherefore, 107 2, 68 | that one is, in a manner, perfected by another, as ~stated above ( 108 2, 68 | have ceased, we shall be perfected in good by the gifts of 109 2, 68 | whereby reason itself ~is perfected; and the moral virtues are 110 2, 69 | the Holy ~Ghost, and to be perfected with His gifts that we may 111 2, 69 | spontaneous favors we ~are perfected - by a virtue, so that we 112 2, 69 | and gifts whereby man is perfected in himself, is the cleansing ~ 113 2, 69 | and gifts whereby man is perfected in relation to his neighbor, ~ 114 2, 74 | OBJ 2: An act of virtue is perfected not only in that it is an 115 2, 85 | while reason itself was perfected ~by God, and was subject 116 2, 86 | whatever; rather indeed is it perfected thereby. Therefore neither 117 2, 86 | grace, whereby man is also perfected ~for the purpose of doing 118 2, 86 | intellect is not defiled, but perfected, by them. ~On the other 119 2, 88 | imperfect science, by being perfected, ~becomes a habit. On the 120 2, 97 | that it was ~afterwards perfected by those who succeeded them. 121 2, 107 | acts, while those who are perfected by the possession of ~virtuous 122 2, 109 | cannot know, unless it be perfected by a stronger light, viz. ~ 123 2, 109 | when grace shall ~be fully perfected. But here grace is to some 124 2, 111 | sanctifying grace a man is ~perfected only in himself; whereas 125 2, 112 | cleansed, enlightened, and perfected by grace. ~Therefore God 126 2, 114 | being increased merits to be perfected." ~Hence the increase of 127 2, 2 | deliberating, and not yet perfected by the clear sight of truth. ~ 128 2, 4 | OBJ 3: Further, faith is perfected by charity rather than by 129 2, 4 | two such ~powers must be perfected by a habit residing in each 130 2, 4 | natural aptitude to ~be perfected in this way. Consequently, 131 2, 4 | as the act of ~faith is perfected and formed by charity.~Aquin.: 132 2, 4 | act of the will which is perfected by ~charity, precedes the 133 2, 4 | the intellect, which is perfected by faith, ~as the cause 134 2, 7 | is faith; and if this ~be perfected through being quickened 135 2, 8 | the discourse of reason is perfected ~when we come to understand 136 2, 8 | higher reason, which is perfected by the gift of understanding, ~ 137 2, 8 | the mind of man be so far perfected as to have a right estimate ~ 138 2, 9 | things wherein man can be perfected by nature. Now, ~when a 139 2, 9 | intellect to some ~truth, he is perfected in two ways in respect of 140 2, 9 | begun in this life, and is perfected in the life to come.~Aquin.: 141 2, 12 | other hand, faith in God is perfected by love of Him. Accordingly ~ 142 2, 16 | begins to be established and ~perfected in faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 143 2, 18 | emotions, and yet we ~are perfected by different habits in respect 144 2, 18 | increase of charity, ~so is it perfected when charity is made perfect; 145 2, 22 | conversation" ~will be perfected in heaven, when "His servants 146 2, 22 | imperfect here, ~but will be perfected in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT SS 147 2, 23 | already perfect cannot be perfected any more. ~But in this life 148 2, 23 | Tract. v) ~"Charity is perfected by being strengthened; and 149 2, 23 | has become strong it is perfected," which refers to the ~perfect. 150 2, 25 | Nature is not done away, but perfected, by glory. Now ~the order 151 2, 29 | inferior to the ~superior to be perfected thereby; it moves the superior 152 2, 43 | intellective power is sufficiently perfected by the ~gift of understanding. 153 2, 45 | interior sense, which is perfected by memory and experience 154 2, 47 | prudence is acquired and perfected by experience, ~whereas 155 2, 47 | far as moral virtues are perfected by the fixing of circumstances.~ 156 2, 49 | perfection. For ~man needs to be perfected by virtues in all his parts, 157 2, 50 | counsel, man is sufficiently perfected by the virtue of prudence, ~ 158 2, 50 | helped chiefly, and is ~perfected through being moved by a 159 2, 50 | rectitude of ~reason, is chiefly perfected and helped through being 160 2, 51 | of original justice which perfected the entire soul. ~Accordingly 161 2, 51 | wherefore ~this thought is perfected in judgment. Consequently 162 2, 58 | the cognitive faculty is perfected by prudence. Therefore judgment ~ 163 2, 79 | consists, since ~a thing is perfected by being subjected to its 164 2, 79 | for instance the ~body is perfected by being quickened by the 165 2, 102 | deed the charity ~of God is perfected": and this because friends 166 2, 107 | signified: and thereto man is perfected by the ~virtue of truth. 167 2, 116 | 2~Reply OBJ 1: Virtue is perfected in accordance with reason, 168 2, 116 | with reason, but vice is ~perfected in accordance with the inclination 169 2, 121 | Cor. 12:9): "Virtue is perfected in infirmity." But fortitude 170 2, 121 | The virtue of the soul is perfected, not in the infirmity ~of 171 2, 126 | irascible faculty, that is perfected chiefly by fortitude: ~and 172 2, 139 | lack of ~prudence, are not perfected by reason, as stated above ( 173 2, 150 | essence of morality is perfected in that which concerns the 174 2, 163 | angel. An angel could be ~perfected in good by something above 175 2, 170 | the will, which power is ~perfected by charity. For this reason 176 2, 175 | as a rule women are not perfected in wisdom, so as to be ~ 177 2, 178 | contemplation is ultimately perfected.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[ 178 2, 178 | here so that it may ~be perfected in our heavenly home."~Aquin.: 179 2, 178 | begins here, so ~as to be perfected in our heavenly home, because 180 2, 179 | life begins here, to be ~perfected in our heavenly home."~Aquin.: 181 2, 180 | I ~come, that it may be perfected when I shall come." And 182 2, 180 | begins here, so as to be perfected in ~our heavenly home." 183 2, 182 | servants of God) as being perfected.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 184 2, 182 | the position of being ~"perfected"; the former of which pertains 185 2, 183 | passively as one who is "perfected": and one needs to be perfect ~ 186 2, 184 | to them as perfecters to perfected, as ~Dionysius states (Eccl. 187 2, 186 | charity, and charity is perfected in "the love of God ~extending 188 3, 1 | universe ~would seem to be perfected, inasmuch as the last creature - 189 3, 1 | wisdom, and would have ~been perfected by God with the righteousness 190 3, 2 | operation the power needs ~to be perfected by a habit, whereas that 191 3, 3 | hence, not God ~but man is perfected.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[1] 192 3, 3 | derived. And hence man is perfected in wisdom (which is his 193 3, 4 | which is not fitted ~to be perfected by a sensitive soul is much 194 3, 5 | human flesh if it is not perfected by human, i.e. a ~rational 195 3, 5 | presence, that it may be perfected by the presence of ~the 196 3, 5 | the image in the wax is perfected by the impression of ~the 197 3, 5 | the light of the air is perfected. Now the intellect or mind 198 3, 5 | Word the mind of man is perfected rather ~than overshadowed.~ 199 3, 7 | things as are gradually ~perfected; so it naturally follows 200 3, 9 | the soul of Christ to be ~perfected by a knowledge, which would 201 3, 9 | from the Divine Nature, is ~perfected with the beatific knowledge 202 3, 9 | it behooved it to be also perfected with regard ~to phantasms.~ 203 3, 11 | Christ should be wholly perfected by having each of its powers ~ 204 3, 11 | proportioned to the thing perfected. But ~the human soul in 205 3, 11 | which the angelic nature is perfected.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[11] A[ 206 3, 11 | more noble than the thing perfected. If, therefore, in the ~ 207 3, 12 | corporeal things, it is perfected naturally in two ways. ~ 208 3, 12 | ways the soul of Christ was perfected; first by empirical ~knowledge 209 3, 17 | if we consider the body perfected by the soul, ~without the 210 3, 22 | the Law, the Son Who ~is perfected for evermore." ~(tm)Aquin.: 211 3, 22 | by one oblation He hath perfected for ever them that are ~ 212 3, 25 | given by reason of its being perfected with every gift of grace. 213 3, 27 | After all ~things were perfected, the cloud covered the tabernacle 214 3, 27 | until after all in her was perfected, viz. her body ~and soul.~ 215 3, 27 | fettering (of the fomes) was perfected by divine providence not ~ 216 3, 31 | race, which needs to be perfected by ~Him who cleanses from 217 3, 33 | days was our Lord's body perfected." ~Therefore Christ's body 218 3, 34 | action of giving light ~is perfected in an instant. And such 219 3, 49 | By one oblation He hath perfected for ever them ~that are 220 3, 52 | by one ~oblation He hath perfected for ever them that are sanctified." 221 3, 53 | that they should not be perfected without us,' if they were ~ 222 3, 54 | not less entire, but more perfected. Thomas, ~however, not only 223 3, 61 | because ~sacraments are perfected in the signification of 224 3, 61 | order if the soul were perfected either in knowledge or in 225 3, 61 | in ~order that it may be perfected: whereas man had no need 226 3, 62 | whereby the ~powers are perfected in reference to their actions. 227 3, 63 | has his natural life, is perfected by grace ~from which the 228 3, 63 | natural power of the ~soul is perfected by a spiritual power, which 229 3, 65 | by one oblation He hath perfected for ever them that are ~ 230 3, 65 | regard to himself man is perfected in the life of the ~body, 231 3, 65 | the life of the ~body is perfected "directly," in three ways. 232 3, 65 | whole community, man is perfected in two ways. First, ~by 233 3, 65 | sacraments by which a man is perfected in ~himself, are placed 234 3, 65 | Eucharist: while a man ~is perfected by Confirmation, so as not 235 3, 66 | we still have to ~be "perfected by the fire of the judgment."~ 236 3, 68 | For the sacrament is not perfected by the righteousness ~of 237 3, 69 | OBJ 3: Further, nature is perfected by grace, as matter by form. 238 3, 72 | perfection to the thing perfected. But the matter, in ~Baptism, 239 3, 72 | the ~perfect to the thing perfected, as stated above (A[2], 240 3, 73 | as having matter, are ~perfected by the use of the matter, 241 3, 73 | sacrament, it would be perfected by the use of the matter, 242 3, 73 | Further, this sacrament is perfected in the consecration of the ~ 243 3, 74 | sacrament of Baptism is perfected in the use of the ~matter: 244 3, 78 | matter, while the rest are perfected in the use ~of the consecrated 245 3, 79 | and the spiritual life perfected: ~yet in different fashion 246 3, 79 | grace is increased and perfected for resisting the outward 247 3, 79 | and the ~spiritual life is perfected, so that man may stand perfect 248 3, 79 | that our contrition ~may be perfected for the forgiveness of our 249 3, 80 | By one ~oblation He hath perfected for ever them that are sanctified." ~ 250 3, 82 | sacrament whereby man is perfected ~in himself by union with 251 3, 82 | perfections whereby a man is ~perfected in relation to others, are 252 3, 83 | Christ by one oblation ~hath perfected for ever them that are sanctified." 253 3, 84 | that this sacrament is perfected by ~that which is done by 254 3, 84 | because these sacraments are ~perfected in the use of their matter: 255 3, 84 | those sacraments which are perfected in the use of the ~matter, 256 3, 86 | above (Q[88], A[3]), is ~perfected by the priestly office of 257 3, 87 | Penance, which is formally ~perfected by the priestly absolution, 258 Suppl, 8 | sacrament of ~Penance was not perfected, and so it needs yet to 259 Suppl, 8 | and so it needs yet to be perfected, in order ~that by receiving 260 Suppl, 10| Penance, as a sacrament, is perfected chiefly in ~confession, 261 Suppl, 29| the sacrament itself is perfected in the consecration of the 262 Suppl, 34| things should be reduced and perfected by middle things, and middle ~ 263 Suppl, 42| like that of Penance, is ~perfected by the act of the recipient. 264 Suppl, 45| neither can marriage be perfected ~without the priest's blessing.~ 265 Suppl, 45| order that the sacrament be perfected. But in ~matrimony our acts 266 Suppl, 47| 3: Further, every sin is perfected by consent. But that which ~ 267 Suppl, 56| spiritual generation ~is not perfected except by a sacrament: wherefore 268 Suppl, 59| marriage indeed, ~but not perfected by its ultimate perfection 269 Suppl, 62| obstinacy wherein unbelief is perfected.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 270 Suppl, 64| a ~thing should be first perfected in itself, and that afterwards 271 Suppl, 74| should be consummated," i.e. perfected, "without us - in order 272 Suppl, 76| limbs, in ~which they were perfected by the same parts of the 273 Suppl, 77| OBJ 3: Further, nothing is perfected by a rational soul that 274 Suppl, 77| rational soul that is not ~perfected by a sensitive soul. But 275 Suppl, 77| But hair and nails are not perfected by a ~sensitive soul, for " 276 Suppl, 77| again except because it is ~perfected by a rational soul, it would 277 Suppl, 77| they were parts in some way perfected by the soul. And since in 278 Suppl, 77| is clear that they are ~perfected by the rational soul, although 279 Suppl, 77| the human body ~is not yet perfected by the rational soul. Now 280 Suppl, 77| Therefore they are not yet perfected by the rational soul. Now 281 Suppl, 77| except in so far as it is ~perfected by the rational soul. Therefore 282 Suppl, 77| humors are in ~some way perfected by the rational soul, yet 283 Suppl, 77| truth of human nature was ~perfected by the rational soul. Now 284 Suppl, 77| Now it is through being perfected by the ~rational soul that 285 Suppl, 77| the parts of the flesh are perfected as to ~species by the rational 286 Suppl, 77| resurrection through being perfected by a ~rational soul. Therefore 287 Suppl, 79| disposition whereby it is perfected by the soul; and consequently ~ 288 Suppl, 79| natural quality, but is perfected by a ~spiritual change. 289 Suppl, 80| form, and are most ~fully perfected thereby: thus we speak of 290 Suppl, 80| Now the nature of unity is perfected in ~indivision (Metaph. 291 Suppl, 81| circumscribed by its dimensions, is perfected by its ~natural form. Hence 292 Suppl, 86| will be enlightened and perfected by others ~(because all 293 Suppl, 88| potentiality that can be ~perfected by place, or that is made 294 Suppl, 88| lower bodies are to be ~perfected chiefly as regards brightness. 295 Suppl, 89| in that operation when perfected in him. Now since the perfection 296 Suppl, 89| by which the intellect is perfected so as to see separate substances ~ 297 Suppl, 89| man, in so far as it is perfected by the soul: it follows 298 Suppl, 89| Therefore their ~souls will be perfected in likeness to the soul 299 Suppl, 89| perfections ~in order, if it be perfected with its ultimate perfection, 300 Suppl, 89| the created intellect is perfected is directed ~to the knowledge 301 Suppl, 92| that this gladness may be perfected the ~bride is dowered with 302 Suppl, 92| state of ~the blessed is perfected by the dowries. Therefore 303 Suppl, 93| the other beatitudes are perfected in the ~eighth, which refers 304 Suppl, 94| conformed, in order to be perfected by the rational soul, which


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