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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | spiritual senses. Thus Hugh of St. ~Victor (Sacram. iv, 4 2 1, 3 | written in the Gospel of St. John (Jn. 4:24): ~"God 3 1, 8 | The quotation is from St. Gregory, (Hom. viii in 4 1, 22 | a Deo ordinatae sunt.' ~St. Thomas often quotes this 5 1, 29 | God. Therefore ~Richard of St. Victor amends this definition 6 1, 30 | definition given by Richard of St. Victor (Q[29], A[3], ad 7 1, 32 | OBJ 2: Further, Richard St. Victor says (De Trin. i, 8 1, 36 | is said in the legend of St. Andrew: ~"Peace be to you 9 1, 75 | The ~Parma edition of St. Thomas's Commentary on 10 1, 74 | The ~Parma edition of St. Thomas's Commentary on 11 1, 94 | supposititious works of St. Augustine] ~that "Adam 12 1, 95 | words quoted are not in St. Jerome's ~works. St. Thomas 13 1, 95 | in St. Jerome's ~works. St. Thomas may have had in 14 1, 96 | supposititious works of ~St. Augustine]): "God made 15 1, 96 | supposititious works of St. Augustine]): "How could 16 1, 96 | supposititious works of St. Augustine]): "A ~taste 17 1, 96 | supposititious works of St. ~Augustine]) "The tree 18 1, 99 | righteousness. For Hugh of St. Victor says (De ~Sacram. 19 1, 104 | compel our astonishment" [*St. Augustine, De utilitate 20 1, 107 | the canonical epistle of St. Jude (9), and the name ~" 21 1, 109 | supposititious works ~of St. Augustine]. Therefore the 22 1, 109 | supposititious works of St. Augustine] that ~"it is 23 1, 113 | supposititious works of St. Augustine]): "Often by 24 1, 115 | begotten or born" [*Cf. St. Augustine ~De Civ. Dei 25 2, 2 | Father, before His angels" [*St. Thomas joins Mk. 8:38 with 26 2, 8 | with "voluntas" (the will) St. Thomas adds a word of ~ 27 2, 29 | I tell you the truth?" [*St. Thomas quotes the passage, 28 2, 34 | i.e. the principal, ~"end [*St. Thomas took "finis" as 29 2, 36 | wrote {endeian}, 'want'; St. Thomas, in the Latin version, 30 2, 38 | 11th, ~commemoration of St. Tiburtius.]~Aquin.: SMT 31 2, 61 | Chrysostom's fifteenth ~homily on St. Matthew, where he says: " 32 2, 74 | English 'type,' because St. ~Thomas was speaking of 33 2, 81 | substance" [*The expression is St. ~Augustine's (Gen. ad lit. 34 2, 102 | Douay: 'porphyrion.' St. Thomas' description tallies 35 2, 103 | quotation are from 3:21: St. Thomas probably quoting 36 2, 106 | be ~fulfilled in us." [*St. Thomas, quoting perhaps 37 2, 107 | whatsoever thou hast," ~etc. [*St. Thomas combines Mt. 19: 38 2, 109 | supposititious works of St. Jerome: now ascribed to ~ 39 2, 109 | supposititious ~works of St. Jerome: now ascribed to 40 2, 109 | among the spurious works of St. Augustine].~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 109 | Among the spurious ~works of St. Augustine]), this saying 42 2, 110 | Among the spurious works of St. Augustine]) that grace 43 2, 1 | and believed another" [*St. Gregory: ~Hom. xxvi in 44 2, 1 | under pain of ~anathema. [*St. Thomas wrote 'first' (expunged 45 2, 2 | that hope which is in you.' St. Thomas' reading is apparently 46 2, 5 | original state. For Hugh St. Victor says in his ~Sentences ( 47 2, 5 | contemplation; for Hugh St. Victor says (De Sacram. 48 2, 5 | natural state, as some ~[*St. Bonaventure, Sent. ii, 49 2, 5 | Although the words of Hugh of St. Victor are those of a ~ 50 2, 10 | that hope which is in you' St. Thomas' reading is apparently 51 2, 11 | words spoken ~amiss." [*St. Thomas quotes this saying 52 2, 11 | it is not to be found in St. Jerome's works.] ~Therefore 53 2, 11 | supposititious works of St. Jerome]): "This, most ~ 54 2, 12 | allegiance. For Ambrose [*St. Augustine, Super Ps. 124: 55 2, 23 | affections of the soul" ~[*St. Augustine, Tract. in Joan. 56 2, 23 | OBJ 3: Further, Gregory [*St. Bernard, Serm. ii in Festo 57 2, 23 | this Bernard [*William of St. Thierry, De Nat. et Dig. 58 2, 30 | ecclesiastical ~authorities quoted by St. Thomas] says on 1 Tim. 59 2, 31 | Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] thus: " 60 2, 32 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom] commenting 61 2, 38 | are to be ~found not in St. Augustine's works, but 62 2, 42 | with all thy might." [*St. Thomas ~is explaining the 63 2, 58 | Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John of the Cross], He 64 2, 58 | Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John of the Cross] in comment 65 2, 70 | The words as quoted by St. Thomas are a blending of 66 2, 71 | civ in the appendix to St. Augustine's work] reckons 67 2, 71 | backbitten: for Pope Pius ~[*St. Pius I] says [*Append. 68 2, 74 | civ in the appendix of St. ~Augustine's works] reckons 69 2, 75 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says on ~ 70 2, 78 | or by ~self-defense." [*St. Thomas read 'obscurum,' 71 2, 78 | according to the ~written law. [*St. Thomas indicates the Greek 72 2, 79 | had lost by our neglect" [*St. Augustine plays on the ~ 73 2, 81 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom]: "Necessity 74 2, 81 | Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], "Our 75 2, 81 | because, as Gregory [*Hugh St. Victor, Expos. in Reg. 76 2, 81 | other ~things, as Hugh of St. Victor states [*De Modo 77 2, 81 | Chrysostom [*Cf. Catena Aurea of St. Thomas ~on Lk. 18. The 78 2, 81 | Imperfectum falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: " 79 2, 85 | Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] ~commentary. 80 2, 87 | Imperfectum falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom] says: " 81 2, 94 | Imperfectum in Matthaeum, among St. Chrysostom's works, and ~ 82 2, 94 | Imperfectum in ~Matthaeum, among St. Chrysostom's works, falsely 83 2, 95 | mere word." [*Office of St. Agatha, eighth Responsory ( 84 2, 96 | confirmed by oath" ~[*Hugh of St. Victor, Sum. Sent. iv, 85 2, 96 | the Opus Imperfectum on St. ~Matthew, falsely ascribed 86 2, 96 | Matthew, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says, " 87 2, 97 | The quotation is ~from St. Bernard, De Consideration, 88 2, 102 | the ordinance of God" (cf. St. ~Augustine, De Verb. Dom. 89 2, 106 | Matth., falsely ascribed to St. Chrysostom] says: ~"Let 90 2, 106 | Matth., ~falsely ascribed to St. Chrysostom] says: "It is 91 2, 106 | the sense is the same as St. Thomas gives in the parenthesis] "( 92 2, 109 | The quotation is from St. Gregory's Moralia, Bk ~ 93 2, 109 | and a gloss on Job 1:21 [*St. Augustine on Ps. 63:7], " 94 2, 116 | and it is to this that St. Thomas is alluding (cf. 95 2, 116 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. ~Chrysostom], "Lust for 96 2, 116 | foundation," says (cf. St. Augustine, De Fide et Oper. 97 2, 122 | Augustine says in a sermon on St. Cyprian: "It is easy ~to 98 2, 123 | FEAR* (FOUR ARTICLES) [*St. Thomas calls this vice 99 2, 130 | Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] that " 100 2, 134 | The quotation is from St. Gregory, Hom. ~xxxv in 101 2, 134 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says on 102 2, 144 | drink," where a ~gloss [*Cf. St. Augustine, QQ. Evang. ii, 103 2, 145 | ascribes the quotation to St. ~Jerome, but it is not 104 2, 146 | Purgatory [*Cf. Append. to ~St. Augustine's works: Serm. 105 2, 148 | Gratian refers to a letter of St. Gregory to St. Augustine 106 2, 148 | letter of St. Gregory to St. Augustine of Canterbury] ~ 107 2, 148 | civ in the Appendix to St. ~Augustine's works] that " 108 2, 148 | civ in the Appendix to St. ~Augustine's works]: "Whenever 109 2, 151 | Relig. iii [*Written ~by St. Augustine]): "He that soweth 110 2, 152 | Lombard, who refers it to St. ~Ambrose: whereas it is 111 2, 152 | notwithstanding that a gloss [*St. Augustine, QQ. in Deut., ~ 112 2, 152 | Temp.; ~see Appendix to St. Augustine's works]) that 113 2, 152 | sleep falleth upon men.' St. Thomas is apparently quoting 114 2, 152 | according to a gloss [*St. Augustine: Serm. li, 13 115 2, 152 | the contrary, Pope Leo [*St. Augustine, De Bono Conjug. 116 2, 153 | Continentem" according to St. ~Thomas' reading; St. Ambrose 117 2, 153 | to St. ~Thomas' reading; St. Ambrose wrote "concinentem = 118 2, 156 | Imperfectum, falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: " 119 2, 156 | But in FS, Q[46], A[8], St. ~Thomas quoting the same 120 2, 156 | Imperfectum, ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: " 121 2, 156 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom): "Anger, 122 2, 159 | falsehood. Wherefore a gloss [*St. ~Augustine, QQ. lxxxiii, 123 2, 159 | of the Blessed Benedict [*St. Thomas gives these degrees ~ 124 2, 159 | order to that followed by St. Benedict] are unfittingly ~ 125 2, 161 | OBJ 4: Further, a gloss [*St. Augustine, Gen. ad lit. 126 2, 161 | Cf. Q[21], A[2], OBJ[3]. St. ~Thomas is evidently alluding 127 2, 162 | and bore ~without pain" [*St. Bernard, Serm. in Dom. 128 2, 169 | supposititious works of St. Jerome] says. Now the ~ 129 2, 170 | xix, among the works of St. John Chrysostom, and falsely ~ 130 2, 170 | xix, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] that " 131 2, 170 | xix, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom]: "The 132 2, 172 | and as the flax [*'Lina.' St. ~Thomas apparently read ' 133 2, 173 | vision.*" [*The text of St. ~Augustine reads: "when 134 2, 178 | contemplative life. For Richard of St. Victor [*De Grat. Contempl. 135 2, 178 | and "meditation" [*Hugh of St. ~Victor, Alleg. in N.T. 136 2, 178 | According to Richard of St. Victor "cogitation" would 137 2, 178 | OBJ 3: Further, Richard of St. Victor [*De Grat. Contempl. 138 2, 178 | OBJ 3: Further, Richard of St. Victor (De Contempl. i, 139 2, 183 | xxxv), falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom.]~Aquin.: 140 2, 183 | was ~falsely ascribed to St. Jerome, and the passage 141 2, 183 | passage quoted refers, not to St. ~Mark the Evangelist, but 142 2, 183 | supposititious works of St. ~Jerome] expounding Lk. 143 2, 183 | supposititious works of St. Jerome]: "It is right that 144 2, 184 | supposititious works of St. ~Jerome].~Aquin.: SMT SS 145 2, 184 | to the monastic life." [*St. ~Augustine wrote not 'monasterio' 146 2, 184 | martyrio' - to 'martyrdom'; and St. ~Thomas quotes the passage 147 2, 185 | OBJ 2: Further, a gloss [*St. Augustine, (De oper. Monach. 148 2, 185 | supposititious works of St. ~Jerome] that "those who 149 2, 185 | supposititious works of St. Ambrose] asserts. Consequently 150 2, 185 | anything." Again ~a gloss [*St. Augustine, (De oper. Monach. 151 2, 185 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: " 152 2, 186 | Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says, " 153 2, 186 | Vigilia honestatis ~St. Thomas would seem to have 154 2, 186 | Imperfectum, falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], "It is 155 2, 187 | lest the river run dry. [*St. Thomas ~gives no reply 156 2, 187 | written (Ex. 26:3, seqq. [*St. Thomas quotes the ~sense, 157 2, 187 | at my house," says [*Cf. St. Thomas's Catena Aurea]: " 158 3, 1 | the Word was made flesh," St. Augustine says (Tract. ~ 159 3, 1 | are not ~in the text of St. Augustine].~Aquin.: SMT 160 3, 5 | I) we read the saying of St. Theophilus: "Just as ~the 161 3, 8 | the contrary, A gloss [*St. Gregory, Moral. xiv] on 162 3, 8 | the contrary, A gloss [*St. Gregory, Moral. xv] on 163 3, 12 | Great, Alexander of Hales, St. Bonaventure], and sometime 164 3, 13 | are made known" [*Hugh ~of St. Victor: Qq. in Ep. ad Philip.]. 165 3, 16 | hardly apposite in English. St. Thomas explains why we ~ 166 3, 16 | Hom. xxx in ~Matth; cf. St. Thomas, Catena Aurea on 167 3, 18 | Further, some [*Hugh of St. Victor, De Quat. Volunt. 168 3, 19 | principle, as was said above.~(St. Thomas gives no reply to 169 3, 24 | OBJ 2: As a gloss [*From St. Augustine, De Praed. Sanct. 170 3, 26 | Q[27] Ed. Note Para. 1/5~ST. THOMAS AND THE IMMACULATE 171 3, 26 | thus be seen how accurately St. Thomas speaks of the "flesh" 172 3, 26 | remembered that, according to ~St. Thomas, the human body 173 3, 26 | Para. 3/5~Why, then, does St. Thomas say that because 174 3, 26 | it is sanctified. But if ~St. Thomas held for a posteriority 175 3, 26 | question is answered thus: St. Thomas as a Doctor of the 176 3, 26 | because it follows, that of St. Bernard, Peter Lombard, 177 3, 26 | Hales, Albert the Great, St. Bonaventure. It was not 178 3, 26 | It was not likely that St. ~Thomas would differ from 179 3, 26 | prevention. Nor is it likely that St. Thomas had any ~reliable 180 3, 26 | owing to the influence of St. Anselm (1109), the doctrine 181 3, 26 | Eadmer (1137). Nicolas of St. Albans (1175), Osbert of 182 3, 26 | Redemption. Hence it is that St. Thomas ~insists on two 183 3, 26 | so much insisted on by St. ~Thomas, are at the very 184 3, 29 | supposititious works ascribed to St. Chrysostom]) the Blessed ~ 185 3, 30 | Assumption [*Ascribed to ~St. Jerome but not his work]: " 186 3, 30 | author: among the works of St. Augustine]) a ~true estimation 187 3, 31 | Joas, and Amasias, of whom St. Augustine asks in this 188 3, 31 | why ~they were omitted by St. Matthew] was continuous."~ 189 3, 36 | ii, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom]): "Herod 190 3, 38 | observes, commenting ~on St. John (Hom. x in Matth.).~ 191 3, 41 | much to commend it, since St. Thomas is commenting the ~ 192 3, 41 | commenting the ~text quoted from St. Chrysostom. The translation 193 3, 42 | preached on the ~housetops" [*St. Thomas, probably quoting 194 3, 43 | are not in the text of ~St. Augustine] "heaven and 195 3, 45 | must not say, as Hugh of St. Victor [*Innocent III, 196 3, 45 | is wrongly ~ascribed to St. Augustine; consequently 197 3, 46 | fulfilled. And this is what St. Luke says (22:22): "The 198 3, 46 | much fruit." Upon this St. Augustine (Tract. li) observes 199 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, St. Augustine says (De Trin. 200 3, 46 | than Christ, as is seen in St. ~Lawrence, who was roasted 201 3, 46 | upon a gridiron; and in St. Vincent, whose ~flesh was 202 3, 50 | Bardenhewer assigns it to St. Athanasius: 45, iii. The 203 3, 53 | supposititious works ascribed to St. ~Jerome] he seems to leave 204 3, 54 | could be handled in Him" ~[*St. Gregory, Moral. in Job 205 3, 54 | blood, as Gregory ~says [*St. Gregory, Moral. in Job 206 3, 62 | sermon on the Epiphany (St. Maximus of Turin, Serm. 207 3, 64 | signification. This is ~what Hugh of St. Victor means by saying ( 208 3, 65 | OBJ 7: Further, Hugh of St. Victor (De Sacram. i) says 209 3, 66 | OBJ 2: Further, Hugh of St. Victor says (De Sacram. 210 3, 66 | passage quoted from Hugh of St. Victor. For in the general 211 3, 66 | the opinion of Hugh of St. Victor on ~this question 212 3, 70 | better to say with Hugh of St. Victor (De Sacram. i) that 213 3, 72 | Summa Theol. P. IV, Q. IX; St. ~Bonaventure, Sent. iv, 214 3, 72 | Christ." And ~hence Hugh of St. Victor says (De Sacram. 215 3, 75 | here given were taken by St. Thomas from his ~Commentary 216 3, 75 | Most editions ~have ignored St. Thomas's original division, 217 3, 75 | Great, Sent. iv, D, 11; St. ~Bonaventure, Sent., iv, 218 3, 80 | the quotation is not from St. Jerome]. Say, priest, ~ 219 3, 80 | Matthew (Epist. xxviii, among ~St. Jerome's works): "If the 220 3, 82 | is the order observed by St. Thomas in writing the Articles; 221 3, 82 | blessed Sixtus (Office of St. Lawrence, ~Resp. at Matins): " 222 3, 84 | Manasses, among the Apocrypha. St. Thomas is evidently ~quoting 223 3, 89 | work ~falsely ascribed to St. Augustine] that "Penance 224 3, Note| the treatise on Penance, St. Thomas ~was called to the 225 3, Note| Doctor, and was gathered from St. Thomas's ~commentary on 226 3, Note| the treatise on Penance, St. Thomas ~was called to the 227 3, Note| Doctor, and was gathered from St. Thomas's ~commentary on 228 3, Note| the years 1235-1253, while St. Thomas was under ~thirty 229 3, Note| the influence of him whom St. ~Thomas always called the 230 Suppl | THE SUMMA THEOLOGICA OF ST. THOMAS AQUINAS GATHERED 231 Suppl, 2 | Reply OBJ 1: According to St. Augustine, penance should 232 Suppl, 2 | wherefore Jerome says [*St. Basil asserts this implicitly 233 Suppl, 4 | For this ~reason Hugh of St. Victor says [*Richard of 234 Suppl, 4 | Victor says [*Richard of St. Victor, De Pot. Lig. et ~ 235 Suppl, 6 | confess at once. For Hugh of ~St. Victor says (De Sacram. 236 Suppl, 17| has already ~removed it. [*St. Thomas here follows the 237 Suppl, 18| the remission of guilt? [*St. ~Thomas here follows the 238 Suppl, 18| but only dispositively [*St. Thomas here follows the 239 Suppl, 18| either as to the guilt [*St. Thomas ~here follows the 240 Suppl, 19| consider Him as man [*For St. Thomas' later teaching ~ 241 Suppl, 19| act of the keys. ~[*For St. Thomas' later teaching 242 Suppl, 25| punishment, as Hugh of St. Victor declares (Tract. 243 Suppl, 25| market of the Divine mercy" [*St. ~Bonaventure, Sent. iv, 244 Suppl, 28| spurious works ascribed to St. Augustine] ~states. Now 245 Suppl, 34| sacrament, ~according to Hugh of St. Victor (De Sacram. i) " 246 Suppl, 36| that hope which is in ~you; St. Thomas apparently took 247 Suppl, 36| Imperfectum, wrongly ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], "not 248 Suppl, 37| contents. [*The wording of St. Thomas is ~sufficiently 249 Suppl, 39| none the less irregular [*St. Thomas is speaking according 250 Suppl, 41| Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] says 251 Suppl, 42| Para. 2/3~Hence others [*St. Albert Magnus, Sent. iv, 252 Suppl, 42| Para. 3/3~Hence others [*St. Bonaventure, Sent. iv, 253 Suppl, 42| and ~cleanse the heart" [*St. Augustine, Tract. lxxx 254 Suppl, 42| Cf. Q[18], A[1], where St. Thomas uses the same ~expression; 255 Suppl, 45| Imperfectum, ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: " 256 Suppl, 45| the ~treatise on marriage St. Thomas gives the Canon 257 Suppl, 48| are found ~implicitly in St. Augustine (De Bono Viduit 258 Suppl, 53| according to Jerome [*Cf. St. Augustine, De Bono Viduit, 259 Suppl, 62| Imperfectum falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says that " 260 Suppl, 63| Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says that ~" 261 Suppl, 67| Imperfectum falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says that 262 Suppl, 67| Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] that " 263 Suppl, 67| Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] that " 264 Suppl, 67| Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] that " 265 Suppl, 67| Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], who says 266 Suppl, 69| to hell, for as a gloss [*St. ~Gregory, Moral. xx] on 267 Suppl, 71| Postcommunion, Feast of St. Andrew, Apostle]: "Even 268 Suppl, 71| avail them afterwards" [*St. Augustine, Enchiridion 269 Suppl, 72| Para. 2/2~Further, Jerome [*St. Peter Damian, Opuscul. 270 Suppl, 72| Opuscul. xlix; he quotes St. Jerome, ~but the reference 271 Suppl, 72| 2/2~Further, a gloss [*St. Augustine, De Civ. Dei 272 Suppl, 72| text differs somewhat from St. Thomas's ~quotation; but 273 Suppl, 72| 2~I answer that, Some [*St. Bonaventure, Sentent. iv, 274 Suppl, 73| Moral. xxxi, as quoted by St. Albert the Great, ~Sentent. 275 Suppl, 74| Assump. B.V., cap. ii, among St. ~Jerome's works]. Therefore 276 Suppl, 84| exemplified." Hence Richard of St. Victor (De judic. ~potest.) 277 Suppl, 86| given ~to them."] Richard of St. Victor expounds this judging 278 Suppl, 86| judgment. Hence Richard of St. Victor ~says (De judic. 279 Suppl, 86| professor's chair" [*Cf. ~St. Isidore, Etym. vii, 5]. 280 Suppl, 87| humanity. For a gloss [*St. Augustine, Tract. cxx in 281 Suppl, 87| work of an unknown author. St. Thomas, De Anima, ~ascribes 282 Suppl, 87| judged: ~wherefore a gloss [*St. Augustine, Tract. xix, 283 Suppl, 90| Q[4], A[5]~, ad 5, where St. Thomas retracts this statement]. 284 Suppl, 91| own children, are doing" [*St. Augustine, De cura pro 285 Suppl, 92| the Word, ~as a gloss [*St. Augustine, De Consensu 286 Suppl, 93| daughters": and a gloss [*St. Augustine, De ~Virginit. 287 Suppl, 93| as declared by a gloss [*St. Augustine, De Civ. Dei 288 Suppl, 93| Gregory (Moral. ix [*Cf. St. Augustine, De ~Adult. Conjug. 289 Suppl, 93| 124], ~A[1], ad 1, where St. Thomas declares that the 290 Suppl, 95| Q[34], ~A[1], ad 1 where St. Thomas gives another answer].~ 291 Suppl, 95| Q[13], A[4], ad 2; where St. Thomas tacitly retracts 292 Suppl, 95| 13]~, A[4], ad 2; where St. Thomas tacitly retracts 293 Suppl, 96| satietatem visionis," which St. Thomas takes to ~signify 294 Appen1 | compiled by Nicolai from St. Thomas' ~Commentary on 295 Appen1, 2| the guilt. For a gloss [*St. Gregory, Moral. xvi, ~28] 296 Appen1, 2| compatible with ~grace. [*St. Thomas expresses himself 297 Appen2, 1| OBJ 3: Further, Hugh of St. Victor says (De Sacram. 298 Appen2, 1| The quotation is from St. Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei


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