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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | of the human mind is not fixed on that excellent light 2 1, 23 | thousands," ~and a gloss adds, "fixed by God, who knows those 3 1, 23 | number of the ~saved were fixed by God at a certain figure, 4 1, 46 | to be inhabited at some fixed time. But ~this would not 5 1, 50 | things; but ~have their own fixed natures, which are higher 6 1, 51 | moves the world is there any fixed locality according to any ~ 7 1, 51 | west, but according to a fixed quarter; because "the moving ~ 8 1, 62 | that diverse terms are fixed beforehand by the intention 9 1, 66 | movement, but something of a fixed and stable nature, ~as the 10 1, 68 | these is the sphere of the fixed stars; the ~other seven, 11 1, 69 | Further, as plants are firmly fixed to the earth, so are stones 12 1, 69 | therefore, since they are firmly fixed in the earth, their production ~ 13 1, 70 | Further, the lights are fixed in the firmament, as plants 14 1, 70 | firmament, as plants are ~fixed in the earth. For, the Scripture 15 1, 70 | heavenly luminaries are not fixed ~in the spheres, but have 16 1, 70 | firmament, not because He fixed them there ~immovably, but 17 1, 70 | however, the stars ~are fixed in their orbits, and in 18 1, 70 | the fourth the stars were ~fixed in the higher firmament.~ 19 1, 70 | whereas nature moves to one ~fixed end which having attained, 20 1, 74 | measure of a natural day is fixed. Another reason ~may be 21 1, 76 | limited by nature ~to certain fixed natural notions, or even 22 1, 76 | notions, or even to certain fixed means whether ~of defence 23 1, 76 | knowledge and power in regard to fixed ~particular things. Instead 24 1, 47 | to be inhabited at some fixed time. But ~this would not 25 1, 51 | things; but ~have their own fixed natures, which are higher 26 1, 52 | moves the world is there any fixed locality according to any ~ 27 1, 52 | west, but according to a fixed quarter; because "the moving ~ 28 1, 63 | that diverse terms are fixed beforehand by the intention 29 1, 67 | movement, but something of a fixed and stable nature, ~as the 30 1, 69 | these is the sphere of the fixed stars; the ~other seven, 31 1, 70 | Further, as plants are firmly fixed to the earth, so are stones 32 1, 70 | therefore, since they are firmly fixed in the earth, their production ~ 33 1, 71 | Further, the lights are fixed in the firmament, as plants 34 1, 71 | firmament, as plants are ~fixed in the earth. For, the Scripture 35 1, 71 | heavenly luminaries are not fixed ~in the spheres, but have 36 1, 71 | firmament, not because He fixed them there ~immovably, but 37 1, 71 | however, the stars ~are fixed in their orbits, and in 38 1, 71 | the fourth the stars were ~fixed in the higher firmament.~ 39 1, 71 | whereas nature moves to one ~fixed end which having attained, 40 1, 73 | measure of a natural day is fixed. Another reason ~may be 41 1, 75 | limited by nature ~to certain fixed natural notions, or even 42 1, 75 | notions, or even to certain fixed means whether ~of defence 43 1, 75 | knowledge and power in regard to fixed ~particular things. Instead 44 1, 78 | something ~with regard to a fixed time. Memory, therefore, 45 1, 78 | under a ~condition of a fixed time; which involves knowledge 46 1, 78 | being under a condition of fixed time, is something individual.~ 47 1, 93 | him was more certain and fixed than our ~knowledge. And 48 1, 102 | of the arrow ~towards a fixed point is nothing but an 49 1, 103 | which are ~permanent and fixed. So we conclude that God 50 1, 103 | infinite, ~but only for a fixed time. So things which have 51 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God fixed a certain order in things 52 1, 118 | extend beyond a certain fixed quantity; nor again does 53 2, 1 | end, ~but not one that is fixed by reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 54 2, 1 | effects according to a certain fixed form; it follows that ~there 55 2, 1 | an individual man must be fixed on one last end.~Aquin.: 56 2, 13 | choice is an act of the will, fixed on something to be ~done 57 2, 14 | upon as an end, is already fixed: ~consequently as long as 58 2, 14 | are governed ~by certain fixed rules of action; thus a 59 2, 14 | and those which have a fixed way of being ~done, as in 60 2, 14 | way of using the means, is fixed, then there is no need of ~ 61 2, 18 | process of reason is not fixed to one particular term, 62 2, 19 | that the act of the will is fixed on some good, no ~circumstances 63 2, 19 | the act of the will is not fixed on something ~good: since 64 2, 30 | to something finite and fixed. Hence man never desires ~ 65 2, 32 | conditioned by a certain fixed measure: ~wherefore surfeit 66 2, 33 | the attention ~is firmly fixed on one thing, it is either 67 2, 37 | nature according to a certain fixed measure. Consequently if 68 2, 47 | a thing the more is it fixed in our memory. Again if 69 2, 49 | potentiality to more than one fixed movement.~Aquin.: SMT FS 70 2, 49 | elements in one ~single fixed way, are not called dispositions 71 2, 49 | the form is limited to one fixed ~operation, no further disposition, 72 2, 50 | so far ~as to be firmly fixed and to become difficult 73 2, 50 | but are ordained to their ~fixed acts, according to the disposition 74 2, 50 | be ~inclined to something fixed, to which it is not inclined 75 2, 50 | means of a habit, to some fixed good of the ~reason, in 76 2, 51 | of His Wisdom, for some fixed motive, gives certain ~things 77 2, 52 | species, must be something ~fixed and stationary, and as it 78 2, 52 | must ~remain indivisibly fixed and constant in something 79 2, 55 | the virtue of a thing is fixed by the limit of its ~power ( 80 2, 55 | quality, but the good as fixed by reason, with regard to 81 2, 57 | a virtuous habit has a ~fixed relation to good, and is 82 2, 63 | from the mean ~which is fixed according to Divine rule. 83 2, 63 | consumption ~of food, the mean fixed by human reason, is that 84 2, 64 | virtue ~observes the mean fixed, in our regard, by reason."~ 85 2, 64 | mean of moral virtue is fixed by an intellectual ~virtue: 86 2, 66 | several arches aim at a fixed target.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 87 2, 67 | and since this mode ~is fixed by reason, the formal element 88 2, 73 | intention ~of the agent is fixed on it, as stated above ( 89 2, 77 | and if this ~be closely fixed on one thing, less attention 90 2, 80 | passions ~according to certain fixed movements of the heart and 91 2, 88 | good, unless one's end is fixed therein: ~because what is 92 2, 92 | intention of the lawgiver is fixed on ~true good, which is 93 2, 92 | intention of the lawgiver is fixed on that which ~is not simply 94 2, 99 | the commandments." Duty as fixed ~by the Law, belongs to 95 2, 99 | their heart was altogether ~fixed on temporal goods, and far 96 2, 100 | precept the Sabbath-day is fixed. ~Consequently there was 97 2, 100 | in reference to ~certain fixed modes of observing justice, 98 2, 101 | sacrifices were offered in a fixed place, so ~were they offered 99 2, 101 | so ~were they offered at fixed times: for which reason 100 2, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: The Law fixed the special manner of slaying 101 2, 102 | certain days should be fixed for keeping solemn festivals; 102 2, 102 | in the ~desert, having no fixed abode: afterwards they were 103 2, 102 | worship, no place being as yet fixed ~for the worship of God. 104 2, 102 | whereas the temple, which was fixed ~and stable, signifies the 105 2, 102 | up by steps of wood, ~not fixed but movable.~Aquin.: SMT 106 2, 102 | Abraham's faith, ~might be fixed firmly in the hearts of 107 2, 102 | little golden bells were fixed to the bottom of the violet ~ 108 2, 102 | inferior degree, who at fixed times served in the temple, 109 2, 103 | Him by means of certain fixed things pertaining to ~external 110 2, 103 | there were some ceremonies fixed, not by the ~authority of 111 2, 104 | therefore the moral precepts are fixed by Divine ~institution in 112 2, 105 | command them to go to a fixed place to ask for ~judgment 113 2, 105 | Further, punishment should be fixed according to the gravity 114 2, 105 | stripes be." Yet ~the Law fixed unequal punishments for 115 2, 105 | houses in a town was not fixed, whereas there was a ~fixed 116 2, 105 | fixed, whereas there was a ~fixed limit to the amount of estates, 117 2, 105 | it were certain, the Law fixed a penalty: for maiming, 118 2, 105 | sense, as a hireling for a fixed ~time. And in this way the 119 2, 107 | retaliation. For the Law fixed a limit to revenge, by forbidding 120 2, 108 | moral deeds, which were not fixed in the Old Law.~Aquin.: 121 2, 108 | if He established certain fixed modes of life, ~as long 122 2, 108 | the ~same way as had been fixed by the Law: this was left 123 2, 108 | bodily worship ~which was fixed by the Law, was to be changed 124 2, 108 | manner, when a man for some ~fixed time refrains from carnal 125 2, 108 | goods are not definitely fixed in the ~individual; but 126 2, 108 | greater good in ~general are fixed: and to these all the above 127 2, 109 | when ~man's heart is not so fixed on God as to be unwilling 128 2, 2 | require man to keep certain fixed precepts, but it is ~enough 129 2, 8 | can reach to ~a certain fixed point. Consequently man 130 2, 14 | attention to be very firmly fixed on corporeal things, so 131 2, 23 | increase of a form may be fixed in three ~ways: first by 132 2, 23 | the form itself having a fixed measure, and when ~this 133 2, 23 | parts, yet it has ~certain fixed divisions according to those 134 2, 30 | precepts ~are binding for some fixed time. Therefore, if almsgiving 135 2, 30 | possible to point to some fixed time when a man ~would commit 136 2, 31 | that which is due to some fixed and ~certain person, whether 137 2, 33 | bodily failing that occurs at fixed times is a sin. ~But sloth 138 2, 33 | burning fires at regular and fixed ~intervals." Therefore sloth 139 2, 33 | transmutations occurring at certain fixed times. Now all ~bodily effects, 140 2, 39 | for his assailant with the fixed ~intention of killing him, 141 2, 45 | those wherein there is no fixed ~way of obtaining the end, 142 2, 45 | process follows certain and fixed rules, consequently ~in 143 2, 45 | particular end, and has fixed ~means of obtaining that 144 2, 45 | ends of ~human life are fixed; wherefore there can be 145 2, 45 | concerns, far from being fixed, are ~of manifold variety 146 2, 45 | nature is ever to something fixed, the ~knowledge of those 147 2, 45 | in dumb animals there are fixed ways of obtaining an ~end, 148 2, 47 | they are less certain and fixed. Thus matters of ~art, though 149 2, 47 | singular, are nevertheless more fixed and certain, ~wherefore 150 2, 56 | which observes the mean ~fixed, in our regard, by reason." 151 2, 56 | mean is ~only that which is fixed by reason in our regard.~ 152 2, 58 | from forming a definite and fixed ~opinion." The third degree 153 2, 60 | restitution is there any fixed time, so that a man be bound 154 2, 67 | other hand there were no fixed time ~limit for appealing, 155 2, 69 | out of the public ~funds a fixed pay for their labor; and 156 2, 70 | slight anger, without the ~fixed purpose of dishonoring him, 157 2, 75 | just price of things is not fixed with ~mathematical precision, 158 2, 75 | into human use are not fixed, but in some places are 159 2, 75 | way; but only in certain ~fixed cases, for instance when 160 2, 76 | a man may be bound by a fixed ~contract; and its amount 161 2, 77 | graditur] beyond [trans] a fixed ~boundary - and it is a 162 2, 77 | not for always, but for a fixed time, and at ~that time 163 2, 81 | attention, whereby the mind ~is fixed on God, is sometimes so 164 2, 81 | to transgress the limits fixed by ~God, especially in matters 165 2, 81 | should ~perish." But God has fixed for us the limits of prayer 166 2, 81 | through praying at certain fixed times, ~though interruptedly; 167 2, 84 | make ~certain oblations at fixed times, although this has 168 2, 84 | but in the New Law it is fixed by the ~declaration of the 169 2, 84 | first-fruits should not be fixed by law, ~since, as stated 170 2, 85 | due without any time being fixed for its ~payment, must be 171 2, 85 | far as the tenth part was fixed, ~the precept was judicial, 172 2, 85 | Therefore it would seem that no fixed tithe ought to be paid to ~ 173 2, 86 | resulting from a will firmly fixed to good ~does not lessen 174 2, 86 | man, His will was firmly ~fixed on the good, since He was 175 2, 86 | the will cannot be more ~fixed on a thing than when it 176 2, 86 | anything of a will that is fixed on the good belongs to the 177 2, 86 | does not remain altogether fixed for ~the time to come, as 178 2, 93 | duration, according to the fixed grades of ~penance."~Aquin.: 179 2, 104 | owe, unless the term be fixed. Now there ~is no term prescribed 180 2, 106 | contrary, These punishments are fixed by the divine law as ~appears 181 2, 126 | accordingly he describes as "the fixed and continued persistence 182 2, 127 | magnanimity there accrue certain fixed accidents by way of bodily ~ 183 2, 135 | that "perseverance is the fixed and continued persistence 184 2, 140 | spiritual things, and remain fixed "thereon, the ~impulse of 185 2, 142 | to observe the mean as fixed by reason": this is clear 186 2, 145 | the ninth hour is suitably fixed for the faster's meal?~Aquin.: 187 2, 145 | ninth hour is not suitably fixed for the ~faster's meal. 188 2, 145 | ninth hour should not be fixed for those who ~fast.~Aquin.: 189 2, 145 | the ninth hour is suitably fixed for their ~meal.~Aquin.: 190 2, 145 | OBJ 2: Fasting requires a fixed hour based, not on a strict ~ 191 2, 145 | the ninth hour, which is fixed for those who ~fast. Wherefore 192 2, 150 | Now the mean of ~virtue is fixed with reference, not to quantity 193 2, 159 | very person, one's eyes fixed on the ground"; the second ~ 194 2, 159 | man's greatness cannot be fixed ~according to a definite 195 2, 160 | very person, one's eyes fixed on the ~ground": and to 196 2, 166 | and equal ~to a certain fixed amount of labor, so too 197 2, 166 | also finite and equal to a fixed amount of work. Consequently ~ 198 2, 178 | their contemplation is not fixed on them, but on the ~consideration 199 2, 178 | aside and the ~soul's gaze fixed on the contemplation of 200 2, 179 | Ezech.) that "we can ~remain fixed in the active life, whereas 201 2, 180 | have a mind to pass the" fixed "limits to see the Lord." 202 2, 184 | binding under pain of a fixed punishment. Accordingly, 203 2, 186 | of men; and there ~is no fixed number of those who are 204 2, 186 | seventy-two disciples to certain fixed parishes, but that "He sent 205 2, 187 | bind himself to ~a certain fixed time, or under a certain 206 2, 187 | time, or under a certain fixed condition, he is bound to ~ 207 2, 187 | He who is under a certain fixed obligation cannot lawfully ~ 208 2, 187 | someone or to pay a certain ~fixed debt, he cannot lawfully 209 2, 187 | matters that are certain and fixed. Now with ~regard to entering 210 3, 7 | not bestowed on Him ~in a fixed measure; seeing that "according 211 3, 7 | term of ~all things, and a fixed limit of magnitude and increase." 212 3, 13 | lower bodies are ruled in ~a fixed way by the subtler and stronger 213 3, 28 | since nature, just as it is fixed to one ~particular effect, 214 3, 28 | is wont to designate a fixed time, on the completion 215 3, 28 | sometimes it indicates a fixed time, as Gal. 3:19: The ~ 216 3, 33 | augmentative power requires a fixed time for its ~act, so also 217 3, 33 | But Christ's body took a fixed time to ~grow, like the 218 3, 33 | instantaneous, but took a fixed time, like the bodies of ~ 219 3, 33 | formation, together with a fixed development ~up to the time 220 3, 33 | latitude because it is ~not fixed to a certain amount. Now 221 3, 46 | is in the beam, which is fixed transversely above; this 222 3, 46 | hidden from view to hold it fixed, and from which the entire ~ 223 3, 46 | The tree upon which were fixed the members ~of Him dying 224 3, 61 | to have a written code of fixed laws, and together with ~ 225 3, 61 | also a need for certain fixed sacraments significative 226 3, 64 | effects: but this aptitude is ~fixed by the Divine institution 227 3, 68 | Easter and Whitsuntide, "are fixed by ~the Roman Pontiff for 228 3, 68 | deferred for a certain fixed time.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] 229 3, 68 | be deferred until ~some fixed time. First, as a safeguard 230 3, 70 | day should not have been ~fixed for circumcision, but this 231 3, 70 | rite of circumcision is fixed by a gloss ~on Rm. 4:11: " 232 3, 70 | OBJ 3: The eighth day was fixed for circumcision: first, 233 3, 72 | But certain seasons are fixed for ~Baptism, viz. Easter 234 3, 72 | Pentecost. Therefore some fixed time of the year ~should 235 3, 72 | Consequently the same seasons are ~fixed for the solemn celebration 236 3, 73 | willed this last act to ~be fixed in the hearts and memories 237 3, 78 | the artist's intention ~is fixed ;. just as the art-form 238 3, 80 | of the Church there are fixed times for ~fulfilling Christ' 239 3, 83 | falls upon a ~board which is fixed to the ground, let it be 240 3, 84 | the ministers, this was ~fixed by our Lord when He said 241 3, 84 | of the natural law were fixed in detail by the ~institution 242 3, 84 | Wherefore Penance ~was fixed in a certain way in the 243 3, 84 | duration of repentance is fixed by ~the canons, so that, 244 3, 84 | of life, but only for a fixed time ~according to the measure 245 3, 84 | These durations of time are fixed for penitents as regards ~ 246 Suppl, 6 | 1/2~On the contrary, A fixed time both for confession 247 Suppl, 6 | the ~Eucharist before the fixed time. Therefore he does 248 Suppl, 6 | at once: nor is there any fixed ~time beyond which, if he 249 Suppl, 6 | bind, not at once, but at a fixed ~time; and this, not because 250 Suppl, 8 | of the punishment may be fixed by another than a priest.~ 251 Suppl, 16| but their free-will is fixed on evil. And since the movement 252 Suppl, 18| in Baptism, which has no fixed minister on whom it depends ~ 253 Suppl, 21| of the one who curses is fixed on the evil which he invokes 254 Suppl, 25| power can only remit some ~fixed part of the punishment due 255 Suppl, 25| effects of the sacraments are fixed, not by men ~but by God, 256 Suppl, 25| sometimes it is granted for a ~fixed time; thus when it is said, " 257 Suppl, 26| his congregation to some fixed individual. Generically, 258 Suppl, 26| none can remit punishments fixed by law, save the one ~who 259 Suppl, 26| satisfaction for ~sins are fixed by law. Therefore the Pope 260 Suppl, 26| they can grant them within fixed limits ~and not beyond.~ 261 Suppl, 29| other sacraments, ~has a fixed form.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] 262 Suppl, 32| anointed, only in ~certain fixed parts of the body.~Aquin.: 263 Suppl, 32| sinful ~acts. Hence certain fixed parts have to be anointed, 264 Suppl, 39| have appointed a certain fixed age in those who receive ~ 265 Suppl, 40| they ~had received one fixed portion of the soil.~Aquin.: 266 Suppl, 43| The age of seven years is fixed reasonably enough by law ~ 267 Suppl, 43| appearance at the time fixed for completing the marriage. 268 Suppl, 54| impediment degrees can be fixed by the ordinance of the ~ 269 Suppl, 54| impediment to marriage ~could be fixed by the Church?~Aquin.: SMT 270 Suppl, 54| to marriage could not be fixed by the Church so as to reach 271 Suppl, 58| the Church has appointed a fixed time, ~namely three years, 272 Suppl, 58| practical proof the Church has fixed the space of three years ~ 273 Suppl, 58| seemingly to be the age fixed for marrying. ~Yet marriage 274 Suppl, 58| 2/2~Further, "There is a fixed limit of size and growth 275 Suppl, 58| natural, it must have a fixed age ~by defect of which 276 Suppl, 61| thus made before the time ~fixed by law, as of a simple vow. 277 Suppl, 64| certain time. But the time fixed for the payment of the ~ 278 Suppl, 64| are bound to do so at a fixed time. Therefore one ought 279 Suppl, 64| Reply OBJ 2: No hour is fixed for praying, but that compensation 280 Suppl, 70| it is able to act ~at a fixed distance in proportion to 281 Suppl, 72| stars, both planets and fixed stars, will throw out ~fiery 282 Suppl, 72| bodies depend on certain fixed positions and aspects, if 283 Suppl, 72| heavens, wherein the stars are fixed. Therefore it would seem 284 Suppl, 72| which they ~surpassed in a fixed measure.~Aquin.: SMT XP 285 Suppl, 72| the one species have one fixed way of origin: ~wherefore 286 Suppl, 74| thousand years ~denotes not a fixed number, but the whole of 287 Suppl, 74| Dan. ~12:11), a certain fixed number of days is mentioned, 288 Suppl, 74| is man's last age, has no fixed time ~according to the measure 289 Suppl, 74| natural reason to happen at a fixed ~time are reckoned by movement: 290 Suppl, 74| as they occupy now at any fixed hour: and accordingly it 291 Suppl, 78| not ~to be attached to one fixed measure; and each individual 292 Suppl, 80| that we take is not a point fixed in the place, but in the 293 Suppl, 80| parts to be in a certain fixed ~place and at a certain 294 Suppl, 80| place and at a certain fixed distance from one another. 295 Suppl, 81| or ~privation there is no fixed distance: wherefore that 296 Suppl, 81| every movement has a certain fixed speed, either fast or ~slow, 297 Suppl, 81| instantaneously, but in a fixed time proportionate to the 298 Suppl, 85| necessary for the ~time to be fixed beforehand with certainty. 299 Suppl, 85| will last. ~Thus neither is fixed duration appointed to old 300 Suppl, 88| are in them according to a fixed measure: and this is ~absurd.~ 301 Suppl, 89| quantity based on a ~certain fixed excess or equality; but 302 Appen1, 2| to them, and more firmly ~fixed in them. And since that


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