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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 11 | consequence; thirdly, comes ~the notion of one; fourthly, the notion 2 1, 11 | notion of one; fourthly, the notion of multitude.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 13 | reality corresponds is a vain notion. Therefore if these ideas 4 1, 15 | was made. And in this the notion of an idea consists.~Aquin.: 5 1, 16 | and ~excludes from the notion of this truth, relation 6 1, 16 | good ~adds to being the notion of desirable, so the true 7 1, 16 | apprehended except ~under the notion of the true, this can be 8 1, 19 | subject forms part of the notion of the predicate; thus it 9 1, 22 | whatever is contained in the notion of dignity, must be attributed 10 1, 23 | nothing, in respect of the notion of making white, whether 11 1, 23 | nothing in respect of the notion of predestination whether 12 1, 23 | since it is contained in the notion of predestination. ~Therefore, 13 1, 23 | altogether contrary to the notion of justice, if the effect 14 1, 25 | On the other hand, the notion of active ~principle is 15 1, 25 | understood either under the notion of action, or ~under that 16 1, 25 | is understood under the notion of ~"suppositum" possessing 17 1, 25 | nature. Accordingly the ~notion of power is retained in 18 1, 25 | inasmuch as power implies a notion of a principle putting into 19 1, 25 | effective principle, has the notion of power ~contained in it. 20 1, 25 | wisdom, in which ~order the notion of His justice consists, 21 1, 26 | Further, Beatitude implies the notion of end. Now the end is the ~ 22 1, 27 | nature. Hence ~the proper notion of this or that procession, 23 1, 27 | this unity: but the ~proper notion of this or that procession 24 1, 27 | its name from the ~proper notion of will and intellect; the 25 1, 29 | as such, enters into the notion of the ~person indirectly. 26 1, 30 | the persons in God, the notion of measure has no ~place, 27 1, 32 | therefrom is derived the notion of ~innascibility; so from 28 1, 32 | there ought to be a sixth notion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 29 1, 32 | Father. Therefore, as one notion is common to the Father 30 1, 32 | so there ought to be one notion common to the Son and to 31 1, 32 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A notion is the proper idea whereby 32 1, 32 | from no one; and thus ~the notion that belongs to Him is called " 33 1, 32 | the Father is known by the notion of "paternity"; and as the 34 1, 32 | Him, He is known by the notion of "common spiration." The 35 1, 32 | four relations, another notion must be ~admitted, as above 36 1, 32 | 3]~) we cannot derive a notion of the Holy Spirit from 37 1, 32 | the principle on which ~a notion is based must be something 38 1, 33 | unbegotten" is not ~the proper notion of the Father; for primary 39 1, 35 | similitude suffices for the notion of image, but only similitude ~ 40 1, 35 | nature only, but also in the notion of principle: whereas the 41 1, 35 | nor with the Father in any notion. ~This, however, does not 42 1, 40 | dignity, constitute ~the notion of a person, and are thus 43 1, 41 | His essence, and not to ~a notion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 44 1, 41 | but in ~respect of the notion that is connoted, it is 45 1, 42 | essence, or a ~person, or a notion. But the order of nature 46 1, 42 | of nature signifies the notion of origin in ~general, not 47 1, 42 | for under ~relation or notion, several notions are included. 48 1, 42 | above (A[4]) that the very notion ~of the divine paternity 49 1, 43 | 1/1~I answer that, the notion of mission includes two 50 1, 43 | any person; ~nor even a notion, since there are only five 51 1, 43 | the ~signification of a notion, not of a special notion, 52 1, 43 | notion, not of a special notion, but in general; thus ~" 53 1, 45 | be taken from the common notion of ~the appropriation of 54 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The notion of a vacuum is not only " 55 1, 47 | infinite is opposed to the notion of end. Now when it is said ~ 56 1, 49 | perfection which belongs to ~the notion of good. Even matter, as 57 1, 54 | does ~not belong to the notion of an active intellect: 58 1, 59 | diversity ~derived from the notion of good and true suffices 59 1, 62 | beatitude; which ~conveys the notion of an end, and is the reward 60 1, 62 | contrary, again, to the ~notion of merit: since merit conveys 61 1, 62 | But it is of the ~very notion of created nature, that 62 1, 64 | because it is of the very notion of punishment for it to 63 1, 66 | all included in the one notion of corporeity.~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 68 | according to some common notion. But if there are more ~ 65 1, 68 | there ~must be some common notion by reason of which each 66 1, 68 | heaven, but ~this common notion cannot be assigned. Therefore 67 1, 75 | For as it belongs to the notion ~of this particular man 68 1, 75 | bones; so it belongs to the notion of man to be composed of 69 1, 75 | two ways. First, from the notion of a soul in general; for 70 1, 75 | for it belongs to ~the notion of a soul to be the form 71 1, 75 | proceed from the specific notion of the human soul ~inasmuch 72 1, 76 | animals, it forms thence the notion of the "genus"; while that 73 1, 40 | dignity, constitute ~the notion of a person, and are thus 74 1, 41 | His essence, and not to ~a notion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 75 1, 41 | but in ~respect of the notion that is connoted, it is 76 1, 42 | essence, or a ~person, or a notion. But the order of nature 77 1, 42 | of nature signifies the notion of origin in ~general, not 78 1, 42 | for under ~relation or notion, several notions are included. 79 1, 42 | above (A[4]) that the very notion ~of the divine paternity 80 1, 43 | 1/1~I answer that, the notion of mission includes two 81 1, 43 | any person; ~nor even a notion, since there are only five 82 1, 43 | the ~signification of a notion, not of a special notion, 83 1, 43 | notion, not of a special notion, but in general; thus ~" 84 1, 46 | be taken from the common notion of ~the appropriation of 85 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The notion of a vacuum is not only " 86 1, 48 | infinite is opposed to the notion of end. Now when it is said ~ 87 1, 50 | perfection which belongs to ~the notion of good. Even matter, as 88 1, 55 | does ~not belong to the notion of an active intellect: 89 1, 60 | diversity ~derived from the notion of good and true suffices 90 1, 63 | beatitude; which ~conveys the notion of an end, and is the reward 91 1, 63 | contrary, again, to the ~notion of merit: since merit conveys 92 1, 63 | But it is of the ~very notion of created nature, that 93 1, 65 | because it is of the very notion of punishment for it to 94 1, 67 | all included in the one notion of corporeity.~Aquin.: SMT 95 1, 69 | according to some common notion. But if there are more ~ 96 1, 69 | there ~must be some common notion by reason of which each 97 1, 69 | heaven, but ~this common notion cannot be assigned. Therefore 98 1, 74 | For as it belongs to the notion ~of this particular man 99 1, 74 | bones; so it belongs to the notion of man to be composed of 100 1, 74 | two ways. First, from the notion of a soul in general; for 101 1, 74 | for it belongs to ~the notion of a soul to be the form 102 1, 74 | proceed from the specific notion of the human soul ~inasmuch 103 1, 75 | animals, it forms thence the notion of the "genus"; while that 104 1, 77 | about quantity, since the notion of shape consists of fixing 105 1, 78 | intellectual part. ~But if in the notion of memory we include its 106 1, 78 | In this way, then, the ~notion of memory, in as far as 107 1, 81 | will, because under the notion of being and truth is ~contained 108 1, 81 | contained in the common notion of being and truth. But 109 1, 81 | contained under the common notion of good. And in this way 110 1, 81 | according to some common notion is not differentiated by 111 1, 81 | contained under that common notion. For instance, ~because 112 1, 81 | visible thing under the common notion of ~something colored, the 113 1, 81 | not consider the common notion of good, ~because neither 114 1, 81 | regards as proper to it ~the notion of good, as something pleasant 115 1, 81 | the irascible regards the notion of good as something ~that 116 1, 81 | according to the common notion of good, and therefore in 117 1, 82 | Wherefore it is against the very notion of ~free-will that it should 118 1, 84 | which do not belong to the notion of the ~species. This is 119 1, 84 | which is formal: thus the notion of animal is taken ~from 120 1, 84 | sensitive part, whereas the notion of man is taken from the ~ 121 1, 84 | and in like manner the ~notion of "one" is that is "indivisible," 122 1, 86 | principle, which contains ~some notion of the thing caused. And 123 1, 87 | according to some common notion, though not ~according to 124 1, 92 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: For the notion of an image it is not enough 125 1, 92 | image" in the general ~notion of "likeness" (for thus 126 2, 2 | appetite, answers to the notion of the last end. Now this 127 2, 3 | which attains to the true notion of happiness; and by ~imperfect 128 2, 4 | is included in the very notion of reward.~Aquin.: SMT FS 129 2, 4 | loves, under the common notion of good which he knows. 130 2, 5 | First, from the general notion of happiness. For since 131 2, 5 | First, from the ~general notion of happiness. For since 132 2, 5 | according ~to the general notion of happiness: and thus, 133 2, 5 | happiness. For the general notion of happiness consists in 134 2, 5 | according to its specific notion, as to that in which ~it 135 2, 5 | what thing the general notion of happiness is found. And 136 2, 5 | good, which is the general notion of happiness: and thus the 137 2, 6 | is contrary to the very ~notion of violence, that he be 138 2, 7 | stated in ~Metaph. x, 4, "the notion of distance has been transferred 139 2, 11 | stated above (A[1]) the notion of fruit implies two ~things: 140 2, 11 | answered perfectly to the notion of fruit. Hence ~Augustine 141 2, 13 | something under ~the universal notion of good: but the term or 142 2, 21 | rectitude, it comes under the notion of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 143 2, 22 | therein ~consists the very notion of privation and defect. 144 2, 22 | Hence it is evident that the notion of passion is more ~consistent 145 2, 27 | good is what all seek, the notion of good is that ~which calms 146 2, 27 | calms the desire; while the notion of the beautiful is that 147 2, 29 | not ~incompatible with the notion of being and truth, as they 148 2, 29 | truth, as they are with the ~notion of good.~Aquin.: SMT FS 149 2, 29 | nothing in common. But the notion of universality ~implies 150 2, 35 | that, It belongs to the notion of a species that it is ~ 151 2, 35 | it were, foreign to the notion conveyed by that genus: 152 2, 35 | indeed, but to which the notion of that genus is applicable: 153 2, 35 | by an application of the notion of sorrow to something foreign ~ 154 2, 35 | foreign matter to which the notion of ~sorrow is applied, as 155 2, 41 | stated above (Q[22]~), the notion of passion implies first 156 2, 47 | passion takes ~away from the notion of injury, and to a certain 157 2, 47 | injury, takes away from the notion of injury: contempt or ~ 158 2, 49 | and does not imply the notion of good or ~evil, so it 159 2, 49 | anything pertaining to the notion of good or evil: because ~ 160 2, 49 | belongs ~to the essential notion of habit, we must consider 161 2, 49 | that the nature ~and the notion of power is that it should 162 2, 50 | suitability to nature, implies the notion of disposition: and so, 163 2, 50 | which seems to belong to the notion of habit: and therefore, ~ 164 2, 52 | since perfection conveys a notion of end and term, it seems 165 2, 52 | nature of a habit include the notion ~of term, as do the species 166 2, 53 | OBJ 3: Further, the very notion and nature of a habit as 167 2, 53 | take an accident, its very notion implies ~dependence on a 168 2, 55 | perfectly the whole essential ~notion of virtue. For the perfect 169 2, 55 | For the perfect essential notion of anything is ~gathered 170 2, 55 | not apprehended with the notion of white ~and healthy. We 171 2, 56 | the soul. First, from the notion of the very essence of virtue, ~ 172 2, 57 | does it follow that the notion of art is more applicable 173 2, 60 | operations agree in ~one general notion of justice, which is in 174 2, 60 | becomingness we derive the notion of ~something due which 175 2, 61 | the generic idea; as the notion of ~being is applied to 176 2, 61 | good which involves the ~notion of right and due; and this, 177 2, 62 | power, fall short of the notion ~of virtue. But faith and 178 2, 63 | to ~good. Now since the notion of good consists in "mode, 179 2, 67 | punishments, so that the notion of something future remains 180 2, 68 | virtue with regard to the notion ~conveyed by the words themselves, 181 2, 68 | word "virtue" conveys the notion that it perfects man in ~ 182 2, 70 | things seem to ~belong to the notion of fruit.~Aquin.: SMT FS 183 2, 72 | inordinateness which constitutes the notion of sin. For ~inordinateness 184 2, 73 | from" something, whence the notion of guilt arises; and for 185 2, 81 | origin seems to exclude the notion of guilt, which is ~essentially 186 2, 88 | Consequently the perfect notion of sin, which Augustine ~ 187 2, 88 | reference to an imperfect notion of sin, and in relation 188 2, 88 | reference to the imperfect notion of being. For it is not ~" 189 2, 94 | predicate is contained in the ~notion of the subject: although, 190 2, 94 | apprehension, ~is "being," the notion of which is included in 191 2, 94 | which is ~based on the notion of "being" and "not-being": 192 2, 94 | reason is one founded on the notion of good, viz. that "good 193 2, 95 | something ~contained in the notion of that thing. Thus a soul 194 2, 95 | irrational is contained in the notion of animal: and therefore 195 2, 95 | are ~entirely beside the notion of animal. Now, in the notion 196 2, 95 | notion of animal. Now, in the notion of human law, ~many things 197 2, 95 | place it belongs to the ~notion of human law, to be derived 198 2, 95 | Secondly, it belongs to the notion of human law, to be ordained 199 2, 95 | Thirdly, it belongs to the notion of human law, to be framed 200 2, 95 | Fourthly, it belongs to the notion of human law to direct human 201 2, 96 | AA[1],2; A[3], ad 2), the notion ~of law contains two things: 202 2, 99 | the virtues, implies the notion of ~duty. Consequently moral 203 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The notion of duty is not so patent 204 2, 100 | Now a precept implies the notion of duty. But it is easy 205 2, 104 | needs be division. ~But the notion of order is chiefly applicable 206 2, 108 | in regard to the common ~notion of justice. Consequently 207 2, 111 | gratuitously given, excludes the ~notion of debt. Now debt may be 208 2, 111 | Sanctifying grace adds to the notion of gratuitous grace ~something 209 2, 111 | light of grace, ~since the notion of neither implies imperfection.~ 210 2, 112 | it would do away with the notion of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 211 2, 2 | apprehends the universal notion of good ~and being, is immediately 212 2, 6 | suffices for the essential notion of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 213 2, 10 | this ~that completes the notion of unbelief, and it is in 214 2, 10 | dissent, which ~completes the notion of unbelief. Hence the cause 215 2, 16 | yet, under the general notion of the perfect good, it 216 2, 18 | is contrary to the ~very notion of servility that one should 217 2, 24 | first, under ~the general notion of friendship, and in this 218 2, 24 | charity under the general notion of ~friendship: and the 219 2, 26 | coming under ~the common notion of good, in so far as another 220 2, 26 | in loving God. ~For the notion of good consists in mode, 221 2, 34 | power." ~Consequently the notion of a capital vice does not 222 2, 41 | specifies the moral act. But the notion of scandal consists in its 223 2, 42 | a precept ~implies the notion of something due. Hence 224 2, 45 | in respect of the common notion of prudence, i.e. as being ~ 225 2, 47 | foresight, for it implies the notion ~of something distant, to 226 2, 47 | which is included in the notion of ~foresight, contains 227 2, 59 | selling and buying, where the notion of commutation is found 228 2, 59 | so far as it includes the notion of debt, ~and this may occur 229 2, 60 | For justice regards the notion of what is due. Now one 230 2, 71 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the notion of a good name implies something 231 2, 107 | aspect of ~justice, as to the notion of debt: for this virtue 232 2, 108 | 5~However, the essential notion of a lie is taken from formal 233 2, 112 | yet it falls short of the notion of ~justice, because it 234 2, 115 | fellowship of mankind. For the notion of fellowship is divided 235 2, 120 | altogether evident that the notion of ~duty, which is essential 236 2, 120 | those things where the notion of duty is most manifest, 237 2, 121 | it inconsistent with the notion ~of virtue, that a man should 238 2, 121 | difficult belongs to the ~notion of fear, which denotes withdrawal 239 2, 121 | seems to come under the notion of daring. Therefore ~fortitude 240 2, 121 | Moreover ~it belongs to the notion of virtue that it should 241 2, 122 | body. Therefore the perfect notion of martyrdom requires that 242 2, 123 | it does not include the notion of good or ~evil: and the 243 2, 126 | this is connected with the notion of difficulty which is the ~ 244 2, 126 | fall short of the true ~notion of virtue, for though they 245 2, 132 | belongs properly to the very notion of ~virtue. Hence magnificence 246 2, 134 | Q[11], A[1]), the very notion of fruit ~denotes pleasure. 247 2, 138 | of justice in which the notion of duty is ~manifest, and 248 2, 139 | respect ~of the generic notion of temperance, which consists 249 2, 139 | that are requisite for the notion of ~virtue in general. Now 250 2, 142 | good, falls short of the notion of virtue. Now ~shamefacedness 251 2, 142 | is not sufficient for the notion of ~virtue, although it 252 2, 142 | Hence it falls short ~of the notion of virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 253 2, 142 | good is ~sufficient for the notion of virtue. Consequently 254 2, 156 | absolutely does not include ~the notion of merit or demerit, of 255 2, 156 | A[4]), it belongs to the notion of a capital vice to have 256 2, 159 | For virtue conveys ~the notion of a penal evil, according 257 2, 159 | is a virtue, ~conveys the notion of a praiseworthy self-abasement 258 2, 172 | seqq.]. Consequently the notion of prophecy is not applicable ~ 259 2, 181 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the notion of a state denotes a condition 260 2, 181 | It would seem that the notion of a state does not denote 261 2, 181 | suffices alone for the ~notion of a state.~Aquin.: SMT 262 2, 181 | does not pertain to the notion of ~state, except in so 263 2, 181 | does not suffice for the notion of state; since ~even one 264 2, 181 | this seemingly implies the ~notion of grades. But the distinction 265 3, 2 | to what ~belongs to the notion of the species, there would 266 3, 2 | does not belong to the ~notion of the species, viz. accidents 267 3, 2 | other things outside the notion of the ~species. Hence the 268 3, 2 | is ~incompatible with the notion of a part, for every part 269 3, 2 | every part implicates the ~notion of imperfection. Therefore 270 3, 10 | 26, to which pertains the notion of the species. And thus ~ 271 3, 16 | Divine Nature, and yet the notion of person requires this.~ 272 3, 20 | distinct; yet a certain notion of mastership and ~subservience 273 3, 57 | 2]]~A place implies the notion of containing; hence the 274 3, 59 | and this pertains to the notion of ~headship. Consequently, 275 3, 67 | this seems contrary to the notion of a ~minister; for a man 276 3, 73 | present life, which is the notion conveyed by "Viaticum." ~ 277 3, 73 | sacraments, which belongs to ~the notion of "Sacrifice"; and the 278 3, 76 | which is contrary to the notion of a ~located body.~Aquin.: 279 3, 77 | for it is of ~the very notion of an individual that it 280 3, 77 | which is included in the notion of this quantity; for it 281 3, 78 | is not implied under ~the notion of blood; consequently this 282 3, 89 | abundant, as regards the very notion of grace, because to ~him 283 Suppl, 2 | itself, does not include the notion of guilt, and sometimes 284 Suppl, 3 | from these ~punishments the notion of offense, and consider 285 Suppl, 3 | offense, and consider only the notion of ~punishment, they have 286 Suppl, 12| but justice considers the notion of that ~which is due. But 287 Suppl, 19| 1], AD 1]. But the very ~notion of a key expresses a power 288 Suppl, 19| A character implies the notion of something derived from ~ 289 Suppl, 34| first sense. And since the notion of order as relation ~is 290 Suppl, 37| nature ~of which is that the notion of the whole is found to 291 Suppl, 90| For beatitude implies the notion of a reward: whereas mansion ~ 292 Suppl, 90| OBJ 1: Mansion implies the notion of end and consequently 293 Suppl, 92| we ~should say that the notion of dowry is either altogether 294 Suppl, 92| is a dowry and not to the notion of a dowry being in Christ: 295 Suppl, 92| nature. ~Consequently the notion of dowry is not so properly 296 Suppl, 92| such as suffices for the notion of a perfect marriage, since 297 Suppl, 92| angels suffices for the ~notion of head rather than for 298 Suppl, 93| only, if we gather the ~notion of merit in works from the 299 Suppl, 93| latter case we find the notion of double, just as 60 is 300 Suppl, 93| carefully, although the ~notion of aurea or crown is becoming 301 Suppl, 93| becoming to Christ, the notion of aureole is ~not. For 302 Suppl, 93| therefore, since in Christ the notion of victory is ~found chiefly 303 Appen1, 2| voluntary, because ~the very notion of punishment is that it


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