Part, Question
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 ~freewill 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 "notbeing":
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 selfabasement
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
