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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | and ~concerning this there arise four points of inquiry:~( 2 1, 10 | of God, concerning which arise six ~points of inquiry:~( 3 1, 12 | diversity of seeing will not arise on the part of the ~object 4 1, 12 | essence of God; nor will it arise from the diverse participation 5 1, 12 | similitudes; but it will arise on the part of ~the diverse 6 1, 14 | singular thing, ~that does not arise from some universal cause. 7 1, 17 | this four points of inquiry arise:~(1) Whether falsity exists 8 1, 18 | four points of inquiry arise:~(1) To whom does it belong 9 1, 19 | contingent causes, from which arise contingent effects. ~Hence 10 1, 28 | relation to ~the creature arise from His nature; for He 11 1, 28 | relation does not seem to arise from another. Therefore 12 1, 28 | properly speaking, do not arise or ~proceed from each other, 13 1, 28 | processions two opposite relations arise; one of which is the relation 14 1, 37 | the name "Love," on which arise two points of ~inquiry:~( 15 1, 39 | But a difficulty seems to arise from the fact that while 16 1, 39 | So, no error in faith can arise, but rather manifestation 17 1, 39 | relation to His ~effects, there arise appropriation of the expression " 18 1, 41 | which six points of inquiry arise:~(1) Whether the notional 19 1, 46 | movable thing, there cannot arise from the ~natural mover 20 1, 65 | created by ~God can only arise from free-will, and consequently 21 1, 65 | the ~corporeal world would arise from mere chance. For it 22 1, 69 | the seed of others should arise. Nor does the question where 23 1, 73 | Again, animals of new kinds arise ~occasionally from the connection 24 1, 77 | power of the soul does not arise from ~another. For if several 25 1, 77 | another. For if several things arise together, one of them does 26 1, 77 | together, one of them does not arise ~from another. But all the 27 1, 77 | Therefore one of them does not arise from another.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 77 | Therefore one power does not arise from another.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 77 | Further, one opposite does not arise from the other opposite; 30 1, 37 | the name "Love," on which arise two points of ~inquiry:~( 31 1, 39 | But a difficulty seems to arise from the fact that while 32 1, 39 | So, no error in faith can arise, but rather manifestation 33 1, 39 | relation to His ~effects, there arise appropriation of the expression " 34 1, 41 | which six points of inquiry arise:~(1) Whether the notional 35 1, 47 | movable thing, there cannot arise from the ~natural mover 36 1, 66 | created by ~God can only arise from free-will, and consequently 37 1, 66 | the ~corporeal world would arise from mere chance. For it 38 1, 70 | the seed of others should arise. Nor does the question where 39 1, 72 | Again, animals of new kinds arise ~occasionally from the connection 40 1, 76 | power of the soul does not arise from ~another. For if several 41 1, 76 | another. For if several things arise together, one of them does 42 1, 76 | together, one of them does not arise ~from another. But all the 43 1, 76 | Therefore one of them does not arise from another.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 76 | Therefore one power does not arise from another.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 76 | Further, one opposite does not arise from the other opposite; 46 1, 95 | inequality among men seems to arise, on the part of God, from ~ 47 1, 95 | men. Inequality might also arise on the part of nature as ~ 48 1, 101 | and wind, and the like arise; because the moon is said 49 1, 103 | which four points of inquiry arise:~(1) Whether creatures need 50 1, 108 | some obey others, does ~not arise from mutual friendships, 51 1, 111 | angels. Under this head arise four ~points of inquiry:~( 52 1, 112 | eight points ~of inquiry arise:~(1) Whether men are guarded 53 1, 113 | devil, but sometimes they arise from ~the movement of our 54 1, 113 | which many disorders may arise unless those desires are 55 2, 14 | different ways, doubt may arise, just as when it can be 56 2, 17 | movements of members, that arise from ~the natural powers, 57 2, 19 | evil. But if the error arise from ignorance of some circumstance, 58 2, 19 | Further, just as our wills arise from the Divine will, so 59 2, 23 | passions of the soul must needs arise from the difference of good 60 2, 25 | irascible passions both arise from and ~terminate in the 61 2, 25 | and end; wherefore they ~arise from all the other passions, 62 2, 28 | of envy. But it does not arise, ~properly speaking, in 63 2, 28 | be absent, ~two passions arise; viz. sadness at its absence, 64 2, 30 | appetite, which does not arise from apprehension. But ~ 65 2, 30 | diversity of this object can arise ~from the very nature of 66 2, 30 | absolute apprehension, whence arise natural concupiscences, 67 2, 30 | with deliberation, whence arise those concupiscences that 68 2, 31 | them also does pleasure arise, and not only from their 69 2, 31 | whence various griefs ~arise. Wherefore bodily pleasures, 70 2, 31 | senses, i.e. those which arise from knowledge, are ~proper 71 2, 32 | Therefore tears, which arise from sadness, can give pleasure.~ 72 2, 33 | because pleasures of this kind arise from some movement: as is ~ 73 2, 34 | and those are evil which ~arise from evil operations," as 74 2, 35 | of touch. ~But sorrow can arise from all the senses. Therefore 75 2, 35 | that, Pleasure and pain can arise from a twofold apprehension, ~ 76 2, 35 | desire for pleasure ~does not arise from any contrariety, but 77 2, 35 | 1: Inward pain can also arise from things that are destructive ~ 78 2, 36 | OBJ 3: When many movements arise from one cause, it does 79 2, 40 | its object to it; there arise in the appetite various ~ 80 2, 40 | manner ~various movements arise from the apprehension of 81 2, 40 | impossible to ~obtain. But it can arise from the mere excess of 82 2, 41 | the passions of the soul arise from one source, viz. ~love, 83 2, 41 | since the irascible passions arise from the passions of ~the 84 2, 42 | of the individual nature ~arise pain and sorrow for such 85 2, 43 | OBJ 3: Further, contests arise from strength not from defect. 86 2, 46 | movement of anger does not arise save on account of some 87 2, 46 | movement of anger does not ~arise, unless there be some magnitude 88 2, 47 | oneself: whereas hatred may arise without ~anything being 89 2, 53 | in ~opposition to them, arise in his imagination; so that 90 2, 59 | its fancies; and when they arise from awesome things, they 91 2, 63 | acquired by ~our actions, arise from certain natural principles 92 2, 70 | understand whatever disturbances arise from fornication: and to 93 2, 71 | Nom. iv): so that sin may ~arise from a man doing what he 94 2, 73 | hence vices and sins, which arise from self-love, are not 95 2, 74 | inordinate movement may arise about this also: thus ~when 96 2, 74 | movement of vainglory will arise. ~Consequently, a man cannot 97 2, 75 | the moral order, sin can arise from no ~other than an internal 98 2, 77 | the passions of the soul arise in us through the sensitive ~ 99 2, 78 | Therefore the ~sins that arise from habit are not committed 100 2, 78 | 4). ~Therefore sins that arise from habit are not committed 101 2, 80 | all the internal movements arise from the external ~senses 102 2, 84 | 1: Virtue and sin do not arise from the same source. For 103 2, 84 | other evils more frequently arise therefrom, for the reason ~ 104 2, 84 | one from which other vices arise, chiefly by being ~their 105 2, 84 | passions ~of the irascible part arise from passions of the concupiscible 106 2, 84 | others, most ~frequently, arise from them: so that nothing 107 2, 85 | difficulty," from which arise "error and vexation," which ~ 108 2, 87 | punished, when, to wit, men arise from sin, ~more humble and 109 2, 87 | preserved, while ~there arise certain impediments to the 110 2, 95 | But those things ~which arise from the natural law are 111 2, 96 | good. Wherefore if a case arise wherein the observance of ~ 112 2, 97 | respect. Such compensation may arise either from some very great 113 2, 100 | concupiscible faculty, so does it arise through disorder of the 114 2, 100 | of the ~irascible faculty arise from the passions of the 115 2, 101 | and the pride which would arise in the hearts of the Jews, 116 2, 102 | to God, and from which we arise to the worship of God. Now 117 2, 102 | the affection of pity to arise ~in a man with regard to 118 2, 105 | within thy gates do vary; ~arise and go up to the place, 119 2, 109 | is ~written (Eph. 5:14): "Arise from the dead and Christ 120 2, 109 | Hence when it is said, "Arise, and Christ shall enlighten 121 2, 109 | resisting one, another may arise, and also because ~the reason 122 2, 112 | grace, and merit can only arise from grace, as will be seen 123 2, 1 | truth of ~faith, when errors arise, lest the faith of simple-minded 124 2, 1 | aside the errors that may arise. ~Consequently to publish 125 2, 1 | difficult questions that arise in the Church are referred," 126 2, 1 | question of faith that may arise be decided by him who ~presides 127 2, 10 | presumptuous innovations arise from vainglory."~Aquin.: 128 2, 10 | about the faith, ~which arise from doubting the faith, 129 2, 14 | 3) Whether these vices arise from sins of the flesh?~ 130 2, 14 | mind and dulness of sense arise from sins of the ~flesh?~ 131 2, 14 | dulness of sense do not ~arise from sins of the flesh. 132 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 2: Hope is said to arise from merits, as regards 133 2, 19 | seem that despair does not arise from sloth. Because ~different 134 2, 19 | Therefore it does not arise from sloth.~Aquin.: SMT 135 2, 19 | special way: though it may arise from ~lust, for the reason 136 2, 20 | From what vice does it arise?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 137 2, 20 | OBJ 2: Further, other sins arise from the sin against the 138 2, 20 | a source from which sins arise. ~Now other sins seem to 139 2, 20 | Now other sins seem to arise from the presumption whereby 140 2, 20 | that presumption does not arise from vainglory. For ~presumption 141 2, 20 | Therefore presumption does not arise from vainglory.~Aquin.: 142 2, 20 | presumption would seem to arise from ~pleasure, and consequently 143 2, 20 | like presumption seems to arise directly ~from pride, as 144 2, 25 | friendly relations with others arise from his friendly relations 145 2, 26 | friendship because they arise from a man's love for himself, 146 2, 27 | vices, because they do not ~arise from a special, but from 147 2, 28 | from the other, they all ~arise from the same virtue, nor 148 2, 28 | things, so does sorrow arise from the prospect or the 149 2, 30 | to that act, which might arise from excessive love of ~ 150 2, 32 | what capital sin does it arise?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 151 2, 32 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sins arise in us on account of the 152 2, 32 | passions of ~the soul seem to arise from love and hatred, as 153 2, 32 | one from which other vices arise most frequently. Now vice 154 2, 32 | seems that hatred does not arise from envy. For envy is sorrow ~ 155 2, 32 | good. Now hatred does not arise from sorrow, for, on the ~ 156 2, 32 | Therefore ~hatred does not arise from envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS 157 2, 32 | hatred of God does not arise from envy, for we do not 158 2, 32 | Therefore hatred does not arise from envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS 159 2, 32 | Therefore hatred does not arise from envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS 160 2, 32 | pleasure, so does hatred arise from ~sorrow. For just as 161 2, 32 | and accordingly hatred may arise both from anger and ~from 162 2, 33 | not seem in reality to arise from sloth. For "spite" 163 2, 33 | faint-heartedness" and "despair" may arise from any sin. ~Therefore 164 2, 33 | from sloth seven things arise, viz. "idleness, ~drowsiness, 165 2, 33 | which Isidore ~reckons to arise from sloth and sorrow, are 166 2, 34 | than the other ~vices which arise from them. For Gregory says ( 167 2, 34 | who says that from envy arise "hatred, ~tale-bearing, 168 2, 35 | becoming that it should arise from anger, ~which incites 169 2, 35 | than of envy, though it may arise from both for ~different 170 2, 35 | indicates that other vices arise from discord, as though 171 2, 39 | the irascible ~passions arise from those of the concupiscible 172 2, 40 | among those vices which ~arise from them, as appears from 173 2, 41 | ignorant), ~whether such duties arise from their being enjoined 174 2, 41 | others. For if the scandal ~arise therefrom through the ignorance 175 2, 47 | or suspicion of flattery arise in his ~heart, it will no 176 2, 51 | Whether the aforesaid vices arise from lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS 177 2, 51 | the aforesaid vices do not arise from lust. ~For inconstancy 178 2, 51 | aforesaid vices do ~not arise from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS 179 2, 51 | Therefore the aforesaid vices arise from spiritual vices rather ~ 180 2, 51 | that the aforesaid ~vices arise from lust. ~Aquin.: SMT 181 2, 51 | it ~follows that they arise chiefly from lust.~Aquin.: 182 2, 52 | becoming that laziness should arise from sloth, which is "an 183 2, 52 | provided the negligence arise, not from contempt, but 184 2, 53 | 1/1~Whether these vices arise from covetousness?~Aquin.: 185 2, 53 | that these vices do not arise from covetousness. As ~stated 186 2, 53 | prudence. Therefore they arise chiefly from lust; especially 187 2, 53 | aforesaid vices seem to arise from pride rather ~than 188 2, 53 | Therefore the ~aforesaid vices arise not only from covetousness, 189 2, 53 | Therefore the aforesaid vices arise chiefly from ~covetousness.~ 190 2, 53 | Hence these vices do not arise directly from lust. When 191 2, 53 | fraud ~and guile, do not arise directly from pride, but 192 2, 56 | but in ~so far as they arise from the passions, it belongs 193 2, 57 | injustice may sometimes arise from a passion, for instance, ~ 194 2, 64 | observed that quarrels arise more frequently where there 195 2, 67 | disturbance might be feared to arise.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 196 2, 68 | that a grave scandal would arise ~if he were tolerated.~Aquin.: 197 2, 70 | seem that reviling does not arise from anger. For it is ~written ( 198 2, 70 | Therefore ~reviling does not arise from anger.~Aquin.: SMT 199 2, 70 | Therefore reviling does not arise from anger.~Aquin.: SMT 200 2, 70 | Therefore ~reviling does not arise from anger.~Aquin.: SMT 201 2, 70 | that, While one sin may arise from various causes, it 202 2, 70 | from which it is ~wont to arise most frequently, through 203 2, 70 | Hence reviling does not arise directly from pride. ~Nevertheless 204 2, 80 | lost. In this way tears arise from ~devotion.~ 205 2, 81 | from which prayer ought to ~arise: and this desire ought to 206 2, 86 | bridge: but ~if the danger arise through man's failure in 207 2, 95 | temptation would seem to arise from presumption or indiscretion, 208 2, 99 | four points of inquiry ~arise with regard to piety:~(1) 209 2, 105 | debt unwillingly seems to arise from lack of love for his 210 2, 106 | scandal that was feared to arise from his ~punishment.~Aquin.: 211 2, 114 | causes, since one vice may arise from many causes, but on 212 2, 114 | times from ~anger, it may arise from many other causes, 213 2, 114 | general ~evil whence all vices arise. Thus, a gloss on Rm. 7: 214 2, 114 | in so far as they seem to arise from a certain weakness, 215 2, 116 | covetousness are the vices which arise ~therefrom, especially in 216 2, 117 | ad 2], whence ~all sins arise. Others say that he is speaking 217 2, 117 | not that all evils always arise from ~covetousness, but 218 2, 117 | that does not at some time ~arise from covetousness. Wherefore 219 2, 121 | death, not only such as arise in a ~general battle, but 220 2, 121 | of the dangers that may arise, in order to be able to ~ 221 2, 130 | desirable. And since ~many vices arise from the inordinate desire 222 2, 130 | impossible for a capital vice to arise from ~pride, since as stated 223 2, 130 | sin; for mortal sin can arise from venial sin, inasmuch 224 2, 130 | pride. Now pride does not arise from ~vainglory, rather 225 2, 134 | pleasures of touch, such as ~arise through abstinence from 226 2, 135 | but he cannot by ~himself arise from sin without the help 227 2, 139 | consequently with the sorrows that arise from the absence ~of those 228 2, 145 | order that the mind may arise more freely to the contemplation ~ 229 2, 146 | account of the vices which arise from it. For ~Gregory says ( 230 2, 146 | been forced to eat much, arise, ~go out, and vomit; and 231 2, 150 | resolution of semen may arise in ~two ways. If this be 232 2, 151 | nature of ~a capital vice to arise from another vice. Therefore 233 2, 151 | all of which are said ~to arise from that vice as from a 234 2, 151 | vices opposed to ~prudence arise chiefly from lust, which 235 2, 152 | pollution is more apt to arise from thinking ~about carnal 236 2, 152 | employment of force would seem to arise from the ~greatness of concupiscence, 237 2, 153 | contrary to reason do not arise in ~the sensitive appetite. 238 2, 154 | that vehement passions can arise in the sensitive ~appetite 239 2, 154 | impulse of ~passion may arise either from its quickness, 240 2, 156 | i.e. so that none of them ~arise, although his reason is 241 2, 156 | to check each one, if it arise. ~Accordingly it is stated 242 2, 156 | namely that no such movement arise. Yet since this ~movement 243 2, 156 | one from which many vices arise. Now there are two reasons 244 2, 156 | for ~which many vices can arise from anger. The first is 245 2, 156 | thought, and thus two vices arise from anger. one is on the ~ 246 2, 160 | inasmuch as all sins may arise from pride, in two ways. 247 2, 160 | mortal, but ~only such as arise from perfect pride, which 248 2, 160 | is ~naturally liable to arise from pride.~Aquin.: SMT 249 2, 160 | which many kinds of sin arise. Wherefore ~some, considering 250 2, 166 | pleasure or pain which may arise from words or deeds in reference 251 2, 167 | use of ~these things may arise from the inordinate attachment 252 2, 173 | whatever its term may be, may arise from a threefold ~cause. 253 2, 176 | Mt. 24:24, "There shall arise false Christs and false ~ 254 2, 178 | of man in this state can arise to the ~vision of God?~( 255 2, 184 | from which they easily ~arise. If, however, they go so 256 2, 185 | removal of idleness whence arise many evils; hence it ~is 257 2, 187 | special debt, except as ~may arise in a case of necessity, 258 3, 2 | thinking, since it does not arise from any change in God. 259 3, 11 | turning to phantasms, which ~arise in the senses, it would 260 3, 14 | is written (Is. 51:9): "Arise, arise, put ~on Thy strength, 261 3, 14 | written (Is. 51:9): "Arise, arise, put ~on Thy strength, O 262 3, 29 | concerning which two ~points arise for inquiry:~(1) Whether 263 3, 36 | makes known that from which arise ~disturbance and harm to 264 3, 41 | in the same way; it must arise from those ~things towards 265 3, 42 | downfall. "But if scandal ~arise from truth, the scandal 266 3, 45 | by what He says to them: "Arise, and fear not."~ 267 3, 47 | Me commandment, so do I: arise, let us go hence" - namely, 268 3, 66 | Concerning the first, four points arise for our consideration: ( 269 3, 69 | principles of which they arise, ~inasmuch as it is deprived 270 3, 69 | degrees of capacity in men arise, not from a ~variety in 271 3, 77 | whereby from one thing arise many: and these are common 272 3, 80 | thoughts. At other times they arise from some ~internal corporeal 273 3, 80 | intemperance, which sometimes arise ~from over-indulging in 274 3, 83 | brittle and there might arise danger of ~breakage; and 275 3, 84 | Jesus Christ of Nazareth, arise and walk."~Aquin.: SMT TP 276 3, 85 | penance does not ~seem to arise in us through any work of 277 3, 88 | mortal sin from which they arise; hence the question is moved 278 3, 88 | debt of punishment does not arise from a slight sin. But ~ 279 Suppl, 1 | identically same ~thing to arise from a cause wherefrom it 280 Suppl, 1 | cause wherefrom it did not arise before, since a ~thing is 281 Suppl, 3 | lower appetite there should arise a passion of such intensity 282 Suppl, 18| a greater danger ~should arise on account of the weakness 283 Suppl, 20| If any ~question shall arise" among you, "you shall refer 284 Suppl, 34| among the angels does not arise from difference of ~nature, 285 Suppl, 43| unless a lawful impediment arise; and the Church uses ~compulsion 286 Suppl, 47| and a relation ~cannot arise in one of the terms without 287 Suppl, 50| impediments to marriage arise from the conditions of ~ 288 Suppl, 56| impediment to marriage can arise therefrom. Hence ~this kind 289 Suppl, 58| regards coition, and can arise either from an ~intrinsic 290 Suppl, 64| men ought especially ~to arise to spiritual things. Those 291 Suppl, 65| the impediment that might arise to the secondary ends, when 292 Suppl, 72| day rivers of fire will arise ~towards the firmament rushing 293 Suppl, 78| this ~limitation can only arise by virtue of the form, with 294 Suppl, 79| and such like passions ~arise in the body through the 295 Suppl, 81| of the saints, which will arise from the earth, will ~ascend 296 Suppl, 86| mean that they will not arise to judge. But if ~the wicked 297 Suppl, 86| sense is that they will not arise to ~be judged, because they


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