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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | perfection; ~and this we call God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] 2 1, 2 | their end; and this being we call ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] 3 1, 3 | true of God; because ~we call God the first efficient 4 1, 4 | of actuality, because we call that perfect which lacks ~ 5 1, 5 | is good: "Woe to you that call evil good and ~good evil" ( 6 1, 6 | essentially good, which we call God, as ~appears from what 7 1, 8 | Sanct. i, 7): "Who dares to call ~the Holy Ghost a creature, 8 1, 9 | some first ~being, whom we call God; and that this first 9 1, 9 | active and passive; and I call that power passive which ~ 10 1, 11 | it would be nugatory to call ~"being" by the name of " 11 1, 11 | it would be equally so to call ~being "one." Now this is 12 1, 12 | the intellect, ~as we also call the intelligible object 13 1, 12 | yet, but ~which God can call into being. Yet if God alone 14 1, 13 | God. Likewise, when we call an idol god, by this name 15 1, 17 | says (Soliloq. ii, 6): "We call those things false that 16 1, 21 | whatever be the defect we call by that name. ~Now defects 17 1, 27 | principle. For when ~we call the builder the principle 18 1, 29 | Greeks {ousia}, what we ~may call "essence." In another sense 19 1, 33 | something proceeds in any way we call a ~principle; and conversely. 20 1, 33 | from another, ~and which we call "unbegotten." To admit two 21 1, 36 | impulse and motion; for we ~call the breath and the wind 22 1, 37 | understood, which conception we call word; so ~when anyone loves 23 1, 37 | just as if ~we were to call the Word "intelligence conceived," 24 1, 41 | in God nothing which we ~call passive power, as above 25 1, 41 | in the sense in which we call the ~agent a principle, 26 1, 42 | intrinsic quantity, which we ~call size, nor continuous extrinsic 27 1, 42 | extrinsic quantity, which we call place and ~time. Nor can 28 1, 48 | 5:20): ~"Woe to you who call evil good, and good evil!"~ 29 1, 51 | from bodies, and these we call ~angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP 30 1, 51 | Fauns, whom the common folk call ~incubi, have often presented 31 1, 54 | essence of anything, we call it accident. But "a simple 32 1, 54 | But if anyone wishes to call these by the names of active ~ 33 1, 54 | such an inquiry does not call for much labor." Secondly, ~ 34 1, 62 | supernatural agent. This is what we call the help of grace. Therefore 35 1, 65 | spiritual substances, which we call the angels. And there ~are 36 1, 65 | again is that which they call being itself, which is the 37 1, 66 | transparent ~body which we call the heavens, whence it is 38 1, 66 | partly luminous, which we call the sidereal heaven. There ~ 39 1, 66 | falsely assert, when they call the God of the Old ~Testament 40 1, 72 | Scripture, ~therefore, does not call fishes "living creatures," 41 1, 72 | having life"; whereas it does call land animals "living ~creatures" 42 1, 73 | day. For it is usual to call a time blessed or holy for 43 1, 75 | things which ~live: for we call living things "animate," [* 44 1, 75 | principle of life, which we call the soul. Now, though a 45 1, 75 | intellectual operation which we call the soul, is a principle 46 1, 75 | intellectual principle which we call the mind or the ~intellect 47 1, 75 | part of itself, then we call that part the soul: and ~ 48 1, 75 | it actualizes first, we call the "primary animate."~Aquin.: 49 1, 75 | intellectual principle which we ~call the human soul is incorruptible. 50 1, 76 | part which is the form we call ~the soul, and that of which 51 1, 76 | which it is the form we call the "primary animate," ~ 52 1, 37 | understood, which conception we call word; so ~when anyone loves 53 1, 37 | just as if ~we were to call the Word "intelligence conceived," 54 1, 41 | in God nothing which we ~call passive power, as above 55 1, 41 | in the sense in which we call the ~agent a principle, 56 1, 42 | intrinsic quantity, which we ~call size, nor continuous extrinsic 57 1, 42 | extrinsic quantity, which we call place and ~time. Nor can 58 1, 49 | 5:20): ~"Woe to you who call evil good, and good evil!"~ 59 1, 52 | from bodies, and these we call ~angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP 60 1, 52 | Fauns, whom the common folk call ~incubi, have often presented 61 1, 55 | essence of anything, we call it accident. But "a simple 62 1, 55 | But if anyone wishes to call these by the names of active ~ 63 1, 55 | such an inquiry does not call for much labor." Secondly, ~ 64 1, 63 | supernatural agent. This is what we call the help of grace. Therefore 65 1, 66 | spiritual substances, which we call the angels. And there ~are 66 1, 66 | again is that which they call being itself, which is the 67 1, 67 | transparent ~body which we call the heavens, whence it is 68 1, 67 | partly luminous, which we call the sidereal heaven. There ~ 69 1, 67 | falsely assert, when they call the God of the Old ~Testament 70 1, 71 | Scripture, ~therefore, does not call fishes "living creatures," 71 1, 71 | having life"; whereas it does call land animals "living ~creatures" 72 1, 72 | day. For it is usual to call a time blessed or holy for 73 1, 74 | things which ~live: for we call living things "animate," [* 74 1, 74 | principle of life, which we call the soul. Now, though a 75 1, 74 | intellectual operation which we call the soul, is a principle 76 1, 74 | intellectual principle which we call the mind or the ~intellect 77 1, 74 | part of itself, then we call that part the soul: and ~ 78 1, 74 | it actualizes first, we call the "primary animate."~Aquin.: 79 1, 74 | intellectual principle which we ~call the human soul is incorruptible. 80 1, 75 | part which is the form we call ~the soul, and that of which 81 1, 75 | which it is the form we call the "primary animate," ~ 82 1, 77 | part a power, which they call the "estimative" ~power, 83 1, 78 | separate substances which we call angels ~are called "intelligences," 84 1, 78 | unchangeable." And this is what we call synderesis. Since, therefore, ~ 85 1, 78 | natural habit, which we call ~"synderesis." Whence "synderesis" 86 1, 81 | repugnant to the will. For ~we call that violent which is against 87 1, 82 | common manner of ~speaking we call free-will, that which is 88 1, 84 | therefore "children at first call men fathers, and later on ~ 89 1, 104 | accustomed to ~observe, we call it a miracle."~Aquin.: SMT 90 1, 107 | the Divine Persons, and call it the ~"supercelestial" 91 1, 107 | to name a man, we should call him a "rational ~substance," 92 1, 107 | participation; nor do we call him a ~"sensible substance," 93 1, 109 | of the natural ~cause, we call it a miracle, as, for instance, 94 1, 112 | the "Archangels," whom we call the angel princes. Hence, ~ 95 1, 112 | Hence, ~Michael, whom we call an archangel, is also styled " 96 1, 115 | of second causes which we call fate, can ~be considered 97 2, 3 | discussion, concludes: "We call men happy, but only as men." ~ 98 2, 7 | accidents are not what we call circumstances; because circumstances ~ 99 2, 8 | rational appetite, which we call the will, follows from an 100 2, 15 | looking at ~them; so that we call it consent, according as 101 2, 18 | suitable object: hence some call such an action "good in 102 2, 19 | to be involuntary. And I call that ignorance "directly" ~ 103 2, 22 | things which the Greeks call {pathe}, we prefer ~to call 104 2, 22 | call {pathe}, we prefer ~to call disturbances rather than 105 2, 22 | Greek more accurately, call them passions." From this 106 2, 24 | Civ. Dei ix, 4) that "some call the soul's ~passions diseases 107 2, 24 | things which the ~Greeks call {pathe}, we prefer to call 108 2, 24 | call {pathe}, we prefer to call disturbances rather than 109 2, 24 | the appetitive part ~they call will, while they called 110 2, 32 | that "oftentimes in joy we call to mind sad things . . . 111 2, 46 | irascibility] is what the Greeks call {thymosis}, and is ~a kind 112 2, 49 | same ~species; and thus we call it a disposition, retaining 113 2, 49 | easily lost: whereas we ~call it a habit, when it is had 114 2, 49 | subaltern genus: so that we call dispositions, those qualities 115 2, 49 | and health: whereas we ~call habits those qualities which, 116 2, 49 | simple ~qualities": but we call dispositions or habits, 117 2, 58 | kinds ~of virtue: some we call intellectual; some moral."~ 118 2, 59 | orator did ~not hesitate to call pity a virtue," as Augustine 119 2, 59 | it is not in our power to call up the visions of the soul, 120 2, 60 | regard to that good which we call honor, taken absolutely, 121 2, 61 | passions need a curb, ~which we call "Temperance." Secondly, 122 2, 61 | xxxvi): "Rightly do ~we call it fortitude, when a man 123 2, 64 | these virtues, ~we shall call it an extreme and a maximum: 124 2, 66 | it in itself, we shall ~call it greater or little, according 125 2, 69 | makest ~a dinner or supper, call not thy friends, nor thy 126 2, 69 | etc . . . ~"but . . . call the poor, the maimed," etc.; 127 2, 87 | committed in a moment does not call for a momentary punishment: 128 2, 90 | says (Ethic. v, 1) that we call those legal matters "just, 129 2, 100 | will in My holy ~day, and call the Sabbath delightful, 130 2, 102 | nocturnal ~deities which they call "Janae."~Aquin.: SMT FS 131 2, 102 | any other ~uncleannesses, call for no special remark, beyond 132 2, 102 | of Israel: and this they call the "Truth ~and Doctrine." 133 2, 109 | movement broadly, so as ~to call thinking and willing movements, 134 2, 110 | what is perfect - and I call perfect what is disposed ~ 135 2, 114 | supernatural gift, ~which we call grace. But if we speak of 136 2, 114 | according to Mt. 20:8: "Call the laborers and pay them 137 2, 4 | for." For we are wont to call by the name ~of substance, 138 2, 13 | a vicious habit which we call malice, and, in this way, 139 2, 18 | in ~horses; but we will call upon the name of . . . our 140 2, 20 | especially ~novelties which call for greater admiration. 141 2, 22 | 15:15): "I will not now call you ~servants . . . but 142 2, 23 | intercourse," i.e. the neglect to call upon or speak with one's 143 2, 28 | great war of ignorance, they call so many and so great evils ~ 144 2, 28 | that "harshness does not call for pity but ~drives it 145 2, 28 | it may, in this respect, call for ~mercy. It is in this 146 2, 29 | makest a dinner or a supper, call not thy friends, nor thy 147 2, 29 | when thou makest a feast, call the poor, the ~maimed," 148 2, 30 | makest a dinner or a supper, call not thy neighbors who are 149 2, 31 | secret the sin may be, and call witnesses, unless perhaps 150 2, 32 | written that "all things call upon truth . . . and (all 151 2, 33 | immoderate sorrow for evil, call for blame. It is in this 152 2, 47 | frequently, we quickly call it to mind, through passing 153 2, 50 | it would be unfitting to call ~the gift corresponding 154 2, 51 | knowledge or through a sudden ~call, they should trust in the 155 2, 55 | wherefore the right which we call natural, is common to ~us 156 2, 56 | beneficence which we ~may call kindness or liberality, 157 2, 64 | naturally, he can fittingly call his own. Therefore man does 158 2, 64 | Sicut hi.]: "Let no man call ~his own that which is common 159 2, 64 | Ambrose says: "Let no man call his own that which is ~common," 160 2, 64 | Donat. xciii.): "You falsely call things your own, for you 161 2, 69 | makest a dinner or a ~supper, call not thy friends . . . nor 162 2, 74 | the Scriptures sometimes call down evils on sinners, as 163 2, 78 | superior nature that men call divine." Secondly, it is ~ 164 2, 79 | superior nature that men call ~divine."~Aquin.: SMT SS 165 2, 80 | calls whom He deigns to ~call, and whom He wills He makes 166 2, 81 | to pass, that before they call, I will hear."~Aquin.: SMT 167 2, 81 | Nom. iii) that "when we call upon God in ~our prayers, 168 2, 81 | It is written (Job 5:1), "Call . . . if there be any ~that 169 2, 81 | but not to those whom we call ~upon as our advocates in 170 2, 81 | to pray as is fitted to call ~upon God, since this consists 171 2, 81 | dumb animals are ~fitted to call upon God, according to Ps. 172 2, 81 | to the young ravens that call upon Him." Therefore prayer ~ 173 2, 81 | young ravens are said to call upon God, on account of ~ 174 2, 81 | bodies, we ought not to call upon Saint Peter, but on 175 2, 81 | is sick," and then they call it "insinuation." The ~third 176 2, 86 | prayer (Q[83], A[12]), or to call others to witness, ~so that 177 2, 86 | promise made ~to God, which we call a vow.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 178 2, 87 | 1~Whether to swear is to call God to witness?~Aquin.: 179 2, 87 | that to swear is not to call God to witness. ~Whoever 180 2, 87 | Therefore, if to swear is to call ~God to witness, whoever 181 2, 87 | Therefore to swear is not to call ~God to witness.~Aquin.: 182 2, 87 | Therefore to swear is not to call God to witness.~Aquin.: 183 2, 87 | hidden from Him. Now to call God to witness ~is named " 184 2, 87 | which makes it ~necessary to call the witness, and this is 185 2, 87 | 2 Cor. 1:23), saying: "I call ~God to witness upon my 186 2, 91 | Everyone that shall ~call upon the name of the Lord 187 2, 92 | share of the godhead; but we call them "angels." After these 188 2, 93 | Those astrologers ~whom they call mathematicians, I consulted 189 2, 94 | certain cyphers which they call characters, or of any kind 190 2, 94 | in any way whatever to ~call on the Lord's name, according 191 2, 96 | A[1]), to swear is to call God as ~witness. Now it 192 2, 96 | an irreverence to God to call Him to witness to a ~falsehood, 193 2, 111 | a sin. But ~he does not call sinful that which he does 194 2, 113 | 5:20. "Woe to you that ~call evil good." Secondly, by 195 2, 114 | O My people, they that call thee blessed, the ~same 196 2, 117 | this appears in itself to call for praise, yet on account 197 2, 118 | object of "epikeia" which we call equity. ~Therefore it is 198 2, 123 | Philosopher says that passions call for neither praise nor blame, ~ 199 2, 125 | daring does not seem to call for blame, except in so 200 2, 127 | certain properties that call for blame. For, in the first ~ 201 2, 127 | attention, wherefore they call for slow movement. Likewise 202 2, 127 | belong to a magnanimous ~man call not for blame, but for very 203 2, 127 | applied to an affection may call for commendation of the 204 2, 128 | not, as a rule, wont to call a man presumptuous for ~ 205 2, 130 | indeed, it seems itself to call for praise, ~according to 206 2, 130 | says on Jn. 13:13, "You call Me Master and ~Lord; and 207 2, 130 | then if ~they be true and call for astonishment, it is 208 2, 134 | heart, but we must refuse to call them patient."~Aquin.: SMT 209 2, 134 | Augustine (De Morib. Eccl. xv) call principal. ~Aquin.: SMT 210 2, 135 | the like, which at times call for long endurance. Now 211 2, 136 | called 'vicia' what we call victory." These the Philosopher ( 212 2, 143 | would be hardly proper to call ~honest."~Aquin.: SMT SS 213 2, 145 | the fifth month, which we call ~August, they fasted because 214 2, 145 | seventh month ~which we call October, Godolias was slain, 215 2, 145 | the tenth month, which we call January, the ~people who 216 2, 146 | fail to discern between the call of necessity ~and the seduction 217 2, 146 | scurrility," says that "fools call this ~geniality - i.e. jocularity, 218 2, 147 | this difference does not call for a ~difference of virtue. 219 2, 152 | scurrility" (which "fools call geniality - i.e. jocularity"), 220 2, 152 | uncleanness" which some call ~"effeminacy." Secondly, 221 2, 159 | and such a man ~we may call humble. Moreover, for the 222 2, 165 | mass of this body which we call the world. So great a pride 223 2, 166 | eutrapelia}, which we may call "pleasantness."~Aquin.: 224 2, 169 | is it always within the call of his mind, yet ~so that 225 2, 171 | essence of God (which they call the "mirror of eternity") [* 226 2, 172 | would seem more proper to call ~prophets those who had 227 2, 172 | vision, which he had at his call, as it were, for not only ~ 228 2, 182 | speaking of ~religious: "Some call them {therapeutai}," i.e. 229 2, 182 | and homage to God; others call them ~{monachoi}" [*i.e. 230 2, 187 | Yet Matthew obeyed His call, ~and the youth obeyed not, 231 3, 1 | For I am not come to call the ~just, but sinners."~ 232 3, 2 | to mount; ~secondly, we call natural to man what he has 233 3, 3 | to Mt. 1:21: "Thou shalt call His name Jesus. For He shall 234 3, 4 | universal causes; thus we call a disease incurable, not 235 3, 5 | an ~unknown author]): "I call Christ a heavenly man because 236 3, 5 | against God. For how shall we ~call Him omnipotent, if He is 237 3, 9 | knowledge in Him, which some call empiric. And ~hence, although 238 3, 15 | before the child know to ~call his Father and his mother, 239 3, 15 | human ~nature) "know to call His father" (i.e. Joseph, 240 3, 15 | the name that they shall call ~Him: The Lord, our just 241 3, 15 | for He bore my sorrow. I call it sorrow, fearlessly, since 242 3, 15 | needed, who will ~dare to call them diseases or vicious 243 3, 16 | see that we ~may rightly call Jesus Christ a lordly man, 244 3, 16 | for we are not wont to ~call a man who is a lord, lordly; 245 3, 16 | whatever else one may like to call it." ~Now God is said to 246 3, 20 | in mind that we may not call it" (i.e. Christ's human 247 3, 23 | us as sons, Whom we can call ~Father; whence it is written ( 248 3, 23 | Incarn. viii): "We do not call an ~adopted son a natural 249 3, 31 | hath cleansed do not thou call common," i.e. ~unclean. 250 3, 36 | confound the wise,' and 'not to call the ~just, but sinners,'" 251 3, 36 | Our Lord deigned to call them through things to ~ 252 3, 37 | Emmanuel"; and (Is. 8:3): "Call His name, Hasten to take 253 3, 37 | forth a son, and thou shalt call His name ~Jesus. For He 254 3, 37 | John the Baptist wished to call him ~"by his father's name 255 3, 37 | 2/4~When it was said, "Call his name, Hasten to take 256 3, 37 | says: "Why does Solomon ~call himself an only son in the 257 3, 57 | substances in dignity, when we ~call to mind its dignity of union 258 3, 58 | Fide Orth. ~iv): "What we call the Father's right hand 259 3, 60 | forms, two points seem to call for our attention. one is 260 3, 64 | his infamy, I ~will not call them prayers, over the Divine 261 3, 66 | essential to Baptism to call on the ~name of the Trinity, 262 3, 66 | cancel Baptism, ~so as to call for its repetition. on the 263 3, 68 | other ~words, man should call his sins to mind and sorrow 264 3, 72 | guides," i.e. the apostles, "call the sacrifice of Chrism."~ 265 3, 74 | other three Evangelists ~call it "the first day of the 266 3, 80 | especially if necessity call for Communion. ~So, then, 267 3, 82 | infamies, for I will not call them prayers."~Aquin.: SMT 268 3, 89 | life; ~even as we might call the sound of a harp, a dead 269 Suppl, 16| virtue ~itself which we call penance, in so far as it 270 Suppl, 17| they who hold ~this opinion call a little key, so that although 271 Suppl, 30| aforesaid weakness which ~some call the remnants of sin. Some, 272 Suppl, 36| by his infamy, I will not call them prayers, over ~the 273 Suppl, 41| male and female, which we call matrimony, is of natural 274 Suppl, 51| differs not whether we ~call it ignorance or error, since 275 Suppl, 71| heaven, do not hesitate to call upon God and to burn oil 276 Suppl, 72| 1/1~Whether we ought to call upon the saints to pray 277 Suppl, 72| seem that we ought not to call upon the saints to pray ~ 278 Suppl, 72| Him to pray. Yet we never call upon ~Christ to pray for 279 Suppl, 72| altogether unnecessary to call ~on them to pray for us.~ 280 Suppl, 72| It is written (Job 5:1): "Call . . . if there be any ~that 281 Suppl, 72| 30) on this passage, "we call upon God when we beseech ~ 282 Suppl, 72| hath ~cleansed, do not thou call common," i.e. unclean. Therefore 283 Suppl, 72| judgment (Ps. 49:4): "He shall call heaven from above, ~and 284 Suppl, 76| Holy ~Writ. For we cannot call it resurrection unless the 285 Suppl, 81| Suppose a body which we will call Z to be in motion from A 286 Suppl, 83| kind of passion which we call "passion of nature." ~In 287 Suppl, 83| mode of passion which we call "passion of the soul." ~ 288 Suppl, 89| as these things which we call ~visible are seen: in this 289 Suppl, 89| nor magnitude, unless we call it a ~sense equivocally. 290 Suppl, 92| that the things which we ~call dowries befit Him in the 291 Suppl, 92| have one ~dowry, which all call vision. But on the part 292 Suppl, 93| kind of crown, which we call an aureole.~Aquin.: SMT 293 Suppl, 93| essential reward which we call the "aurea." First, in consequence 294 Suppl, 93| accidental reward which we call an ~"aureole": and it is 295 Suppl, 93| this excellence that we ~call an "aureole." Hence it follows 296 Suppl, 93| of husbandry: so that we call fruit that reward which 297 Suppl, 93| special crown, which ~we call an aureole, is due to the 298 Suppl, 93| peculiar reward: and we call ~this an aureole.~Aquin.: 299 Suppl, 94| These are his words: "If we call it ~the nether regions ( 300 Suppl, 95| this ~inclination which we call the natural will. Wherefore 301 Suppl, 95| well so that one be able to call their will good on that ~


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