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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | But ~predestination is not suitable to angels, since in them 2 1, 25 | if He did it, would be suitable and ~just."~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 25 | no other order would be suitable and good to the things which 4 1, 33 | wider a term is, the more suitable ~it is to use as regards 5 1, 37 | been able to apply more suitable names to express our various ~ 6 1, 43 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is suitable for a divine person to be 7 1, 43 | everywhere. Therefore it is not suitable for a divine person to be 8 1, 45 | and "to be made" are more ~suitable expressions here than "to 9 1, 46 | in due proportion into a suitable matter. Hence it is correct 10 1, 65 | might serve for a punishment suitable to some ~sin of a spiritual 11 1, 69 | its form by the equally suitable words, "Let ~the dry land 12 1, 74 | 1~Whether Scripture uses suitable words to express the work 13 1, 74 | the Scripture does not use suitable words to ~express the works 14 1, 74 | the third day," are not suitable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 15 1, 76 | order that the matter be suitable ~to the form; the other 16 1, 76 | God might do; but what is suitable to the nature of ~things, 17 1, 76 | various dispositions. This is suitable to ~the intellectual soul, 18 1, 37 | been able to apply more suitable names to express our various ~ 19 1, 43 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is suitable for a divine person to be 20 1, 43 | everywhere. Therefore it is not suitable for a divine person to be 21 1, 46 | and "to be made" are more ~suitable expressions here than "to 22 1, 47 | in due proportion into a suitable matter. Hence it is correct 23 1, 66 | might serve for a punishment suitable to some ~sin of a spiritual 24 1, 70 | its form by the equally suitable words, "Let ~the dry land 25 1, 73 | 1~Whether Scripture uses suitable words to express the work 26 1, 73 | the Scripture does not use suitable words to ~express the works 27 1, 73 | the third day," are not suitable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 28 1, 75 | order that the matter be suitable ~to the form; the other 29 1, 75 | God might do; but what is suitable to the nature of ~things, 30 1, 75 | various dispositions. This is suitable to ~the intellectual soul, 31 1, 77 | power desires something suitable to itself. But the "animal ~ 32 1, 78 | when something, ~whether suitable or unsuitable, is taken 33 1, 79 | thing - namely its ~own suitable object. Therefore, with 34 1, 79 | whereas it is desired as suitable or good. Now, ~it is diversity 35 1, 79 | appetite that object which is suitable to itself. Above which ~ 36 1, 79 | something is desired not as suitable to this or that power, ~ 37 1, 79 | for hearing; but simply as suitable to ~the animal.~Aquin.: 38 1, 80 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, 11). But suitable and ~harmful are contraries. 39 1, 80 | concupiscible power regards what ~is suitable, while the irascible is 40 1, 80 | appetite regards only what is suitable ~according to the senses. 41 1, 80 | acquisition of what is ~suitable and to the avoiding of what 42 1, 80 | acquisition of what is suitable, and are productive of harm. 43 1, 80 | higher position which is ~suitable, but also to resist whatever 44 1, 80 | inclined to seek ~what is suitable, according to the senses, 45 1, 80 | attacks that hinder what is suitable, and inflict ~harm, and 46 1, 80 | hinders the acquisition of the suitable ~things which the concupiscible 47 1, 80 | power regards both what is suitable and ~what is unsuitable. 48 1, 80 | which regards something as ~suitable, not because it pleases 49 1, 81 | power is directed to some suitable good ~proper to it, as sight 50 1, 81 | pleasant to the senses and suitable to ~nature: whereas the 51 1, 88 | existence and ~an operation suitable to its nature. But here 52 1, 89 | made in such a way as is ~suitable to its mode of existence. 53 1, 90 | makes it of iron, which is suitable for the ~object in view; 54 1, 91 | first formed, it was more suitable ~for the woman to be made 55 1, 91 | woman. Wherefore it was suitable for the woman to be made 56 1, 92 | of the Divine ~Persons is suitable to the Divine Nature; and 57 1, 96 | God as to be decorous and ~suitable to the state.~Aquin.: SMT 58 1, 111 | that is, according as it is suitable for the ~manifestation of 59 2, 6 | apprehended as something good and suitable to nature, in so far as 60 2, 6 | nature, in so far as it is ~suitable to man by reason of some 61 2, 8 | is to something like and suitable to ~the thing inclined. 62 2, 9 | far as the disposition ~suitable to a particular movement, 63 2, 14 | possible, if it were not suitable for gaining that end. Hence ~ 64 2, 14 | man cannot live without suitable nourishment. ~Of such things 65 2, 15 | touch a stone is an ~action suitable to a stick, but to apply 66 2, 18 | action is derived from its ~suitable object: hence some call 67 2, 18 | which ~is derived from its suitable object. Thirdly, it has 68 2, 18 | according ~as the object is suitable or unsuitable to reason. 69 2, 19 | of a good that is simply suitable to be desired. Hence it 70 2, 22 | thing recedes from what is suitable ~to it, then especially 71 2, 26 | natural things seek what is ~suitable to them according to their 72 2, 26 | that which is naturally suitable to it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 73 2, 28 | beloved, as of something ~suitable and belonging to him. The 74 2, 28 | destroyed," they seek a suitable and becoming ~union - to 75 2, 28 | adapted to that which is suitable to it; rather, ~if possible, 76 2, 28 | adapted to ~that which is not suitable to it, it is hurt and made 77 2, 28 | Consequently love of a suitable good perfects and betters 78 2, 29 | adapted to that which is suitable to it, ~wherein consists 79 2, 29 | which is apprehended as ~suitable; while hatred is dissonance 80 2, 29 | Now, just as whatever is suitable, ~as such, bears the aspect 81 2, 29 | same ~thing being naturally suitable to one thing, and naturally 82 2, 29 | through being contrary to a suitable thing which is loved. And 83 2, 30 | ways. First, because ~it is suitable to the nature of the animal; 84 2, 30 | because it is apprehended as ~suitable to the animal: as when one 85 2, 30 | apprehends something as good and ~suitable, and consequently takes 86 2, 30 | both is ~there something suitable and pleasurable according 87 2, 30 | devise something as good and ~suitable, beyond that which nature 88 2, 30 | thing is apprehended as suitable, either by ~absolute apprehension, 89 2, 30 | concupiscence of ~the means is in suitable proportion to the end. Consequently 90 2, 31 | arises from union with a ~suitable object perceived or known. 91 2, 31 | its object is something suitable and ~connatural, so to speak. 92 2, 32 | namely, the attainment of the suitable good, and knowledge ~of 93 2, 32 | and the attainment of the ~suitable good is by means of an operation. 94 2, 32 | proper operation ~itself is a suitable good. Wherefore every pleasure 95 2, 32 | which reason that ~which is suitable to us at one time is not 96 2, 32 | to us at one time is not suitable at another; thus to ~warm 97 2, 32 | warm himself at a fire is suitable to man in winter but not 98 2, 32 | was unsuitable, becomes suitable or ceases to be, as stated ~ 99 2, 32 | caused by the presence of suitable good, in ~so far as it is 100 2, 33 | the ~conjunction with some suitable good. As a result of this 101 2, 34 | that which is naturally suitable to them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 102 2, 34 | one way, because it is ~suitable to him by reason of a disposition 103 2, 34 | poisonous, which are not suitable simply to ~the human temperament. 104 2, 34 | unsuitable being ~esteemed suitable. And since pleasure is the 105 2, 35 | to contemplate something suitable and pleasant. ~Consequently 106 2, 35 | cause of pleasure is a ~suitable good; while the cause of 107 2, 35 | happens that a certain good is suitable without any repugnance at ~ 108 2, 35 | unsuitable as not to be ~suitable in some way. Wherefore pleasure 109 2, 35 | approaches the term that is ~suitable to its nature, than at the 110 2, 35 | eager in ~tending to what is suitable to it, than in shunning 111 2, 35 | within tends to what is suitable more ~than it recedes from 112 2, 36 | itself directed to something suitable to nature; while withdrawal ~ 113 2, 36 | regards chiefly that ~which is suitable to it according to its own 114 2, 37 | improved ~by that which is suitable to it. Therefore certain 115 2, 38 | repose of the appetite in a suitable good; while ~sorrow arises 116 2, 43 | pleasure is good apprehended as suitable and conjoined: and its efficient ~ 117 2, 43 | this conjoined good becomes suitable or is apprehended as such.~ 118 2, 44 | 2) Whether it makes men suitable for counsel?~(3) Whether 119 2, 44 | 1~Whether fear makes one suitable for counsel? ~Aquin.: SMT 120 2, 44 | that fear does not make one suitable for counsel. ~For the same 121 2, 44 | fear does not ~make a man suitable for counsel.~Aquin.: SMT 122 2, 49 | passions." For when the mode is suitable to the thing's nature, it 123 2, 49 | they are considered to be suitable or unsuitable to the nature 124 2, 49 | nature, in so far as it is suitable or unsuitable ~thereto. 125 2, 50 | And therefore it is more suitable that habits ~should be in 126 2, 51 | according to the mode which is ~suitable to their nature: for "it 127 2, 51 | contrary to that which is suitable to nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS 128 2, 52 | as ~it has a disposition suitable to an animal's nature, to 129 2, 52 | various ~dispositions may be suitable; which disposition is therefore 130 2, 54 | which disposes to an act suitable to the agent's nature, while 131 2, 54 | Thus, ~acts of virtue are suitable to human nature, since they 132 2, 54 | disposes to an act that is suitable to a lower nature, ~while 133 2, 55 | virtue, inasmuch as it is a suitable disposition of the soul, 134 2, 55 | health and beauty, which are suitable dispositions of the body. 135 2, 55 | given, of virtue, is ~not suitable, to wit: "Virtue is a good 136 2, 55 | definition would be more suitable if for "quality" we ~substitute " 137 2, 68 | they have not assigned a suitable reason ~for this distinction, 138 2, 70 | gives pleasure if it is suitable to him. If then man's ~operation 139 2, 70 | enumerated by the Apostle ~is suitable, and that there may be a 140 2, 71 | incline us to that which is ~suitable to nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS 141 2, 78 | some evil is, as it were, suitable and similar to him; and ~ 142 2, 78 | accord, to that ~which is suitable to it. Moreover this corrupt 143 2, 85 | is natural to a thing is suitable to it. But death ~and such 144 2, 85 | order that it may be most suitable ~as an organ of touch and 145 2, 93 | of His creation with most suitable laws."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 146 2, 94 | to an operation that is suitable to it according to its form: ~ 147 2, 95 | custom of the ~country, suitable to place and time, necessary, 148 2, 95 | a saw is such as ~to be suitable for cutting (Phys. ii, text. 149 2, 96 | all those things that are suitable for the end he has in view. 150 2, 98 | Whether it was given at a suitable time?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] 151 2, 100 | therefore did He observe a ~suitable manner in formulating His 152 2, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a suitable cause can be assigned for 153 2, 102 | 1: It would seem that no suitable cause can be assigned for 154 2, 102 | it does not seem to be ~suitable that products of the soil 155 2, 102 | above (ad 1), there was a ~suitable reason for these animals, 156 2, 102 | 2/3~Secondly, this was suitable for the aforesaid right 157 2, 102 | the ~holocausts: and were suitable for sin-offerings because 158 2, 102 | seems that there was no suitable cause for the ceremonies 159 2, 102 | Whether there can be any suitable cause for the sacraments 160 2, 102 | seem that there can be no suitable cause for the ~sacraments 161 2, 103 | interior ~worship, and a suitable token of Christ's mysteries, 162 2, 105 | the Old Law did not make suitable provisions ~for man's peace.~ 163 2, 105 | foreigners were framed in a ~suitable manner?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 164 2, 105 | relation the Law contained ~suitable precepts. For the Jews were 165 2, 105 | foreigners, the Law ~contained suitable precepts. For, in the first 166 2, 105 | Whether the Old Law set forth suitable precepts about the members 167 2, 108 | does from a habit ~that is suitable to his nature: since a habit 168 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is suitable for the articles of faith 169 2, 23 | as it makes whatever is suitable to it, to seem good, ~and 170 2, 26 | us, so that he ~is a more suitable matter of love and consequently 171 2, 31 | wrongdoers, because he awaits a suitable time for so doing, ~or because 172 2, 36 | contention is a sharp ~speech suitable for proof and refutation" - 173 2, 47 | thing, he should take some suitable yet somewhat ~unwonted illustration 174 2, 47 | and the means good and suitable.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 175 2, 47 | thing is good in itself and suitable to ~the end, and nevertheless 176 2, 47 | will no longer be a means suitable to the end. Hence the need ~ 177 2, 47 | which is by ~its nature suitable to an end, so it belongs 178 2, 47 | consider whether it be suitable to the end in view of the 179 2, 48 | prudence, which disposes in a suitable manner such ~things as belong 180 2, 49 | circumstances. Such are suitable time, so that one be ~neither 181 2, 58 | when a thing is proved by suitable witnesses.~Aquin.: SMT SS 182 2, 67 | is not bound ~to avow, by suitable means, for instance by not 183 2, 77 | Mass, except he ~have a suitable opportunity, and if this 184 2, 81 | they may be ~granted at a suitable time," according to Augustine ( 185 2, 100 | but also whatever other ~suitable actions are connected with 186 2, 105 | to repay the favor at a suitable place and time according 187 2, 115 | becomingly, or from making suitable gifts. Therefore ~liberality 188 2, 115 | two things are opposed to suitable giving; namely, not ~giving 189 2, 132 | to provide himself with a suitable dwelling, as stated in Ethic. 190 2, 139 | they are signs of its being suitable for ~nourishment.~Aquin.: 191 2, 162 | be ~of iron, this being suitable to its form and action, 192 2, 162 | Therefore these are not suitable punishments of the ~first 193 2, 162 | from paradise was not a suitable punishment of ~man.~Aquin.: 194 2, 167 | satisfied with ~what is suitable, and enables him to determine 195 2, 180 | between things that are suitable to different subjects. Now 196 2, 180 | the contemplative life are suitable to different subjects; for ~ 197 2, 186 | by himself, to seek other suitable persons and support them ~ 198 2, 186 | heart." Wherefore it is not ~suitable to those religious orders 199 2, 186 | On the other hand, it is suitable to those religious orders 200 3, 1 | His wisdom, for He found a suitable discharge for a most heavy 201 3, 3 | wisdom, for He found a most suitable discharge for a most heavy 202 3, 31 | by the ~evangelists in a suitable order.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 203 3, 31 | female. ~But it was most suitable that Christ should assume 204 3, 31 | lxxxiii, qu. 11): ~"It was suitable that man's liberation should 205 3, 36 | child. It was therefore more suitable that He should be made known ~ 206 3, 36 | known at all times, but at a suitable time; ~for it is written ( 207 3, 36 | not ~useless, because at a suitable time He manifested Himself. 208 3, 36 | that He was hidden at a suitable time is a sign of wisdom.~ 209 3, 36 | accomplished by means of suitable signs.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 210 3, 36 | have been arranged in a suitable order.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 211 3, 37 | The name Jesus could be suitable for some other reason to ~ 212 3, 40 | Now, solitude is most ~suitable to the contemplative life; 213 3, 43 | Volusian. cxxxvii): "No suitable wonders; say they, show ~ 214 3, 46 | Whether this was the more suitable means?~(4) Whether it was 215 3, 46 | Whether there was any more suitable way of delivering the human 216 3, 46 | there was some other more suitable way of ~delivering the human 217 3, 46 | Therefore it seems most suitable that Christ should have ~ 218 3, 46 | There was no ~other more suitable way of healing our misery" 219 3, 46 | end that one is the more suitable ~whereby the various concurring 220 3, 46 | of death was especially suitable in order to ~atone for the 221 3, 46 | Whether Christ suffered at a suitable time?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] 222 3, 46 | Christ did not suffer at a suitable time. For ~Christ's Passion 223 3, 46 | Whether Christ suffered in a suitable place?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 224 3, 46 | Christ did not suffer in a suitable place. For ~Christ suffered 225 3, 46 | since Christ suffered at a suitable time, so did He in a suitable 226 3, 46 | suitable time, so did He in a suitable place.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 227 3, 47 | 5:19. Secondly, it was suitable for reconciling man with 228 3, 48 | nature of the work, which was suitable for such an effect, as is ~ 229 3, 55 | could have been in no more suitable place than where the disciples ~ 230 3, 55 | He judged it to be more suitable for the apostles' instruction ~ 231 3, 59 | Para. 2/2~It will be more suitable to consider the execution 232 3, 60 | that divers things can be suitable to the same ~sacrament. 233 3, 61 | to man in a way which is suitable to him. Hence it is ~that 234 3, 61 | Further, sacraments are suitable to man by reason of the ~ 235 3, 61 | Further, sacraments should be suitable to the state of the human ~ 236 3, 61 | because the latter were suitable as foreshadowing grace; ~ 237 3, 64 | their signification ~be more suitable to them.~Aquin.: SMT TP 238 3, 64 | minister, that he may be suitable for his ministry: ~for which 239 3, 65 | former vigor by means of suitable diet ~and exercise: and 240 3, 65 | sins: or by making ~things suitable for the conferring of a 241 3, 66 | required?~(5) Whether this be a suitable form of this sacrament: " 242 3, 66 | 4~Thirdly, because it is suitable for the signification of 243 3, 66 | abundant, it is a matter ~suitable to our need of this sacrament: 244 3, 66 | Consequently water is more suitable, than fire, for ~Baptism.~ 245 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Whether this be a suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize 246 3, 66 | seems that this is not a suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize ~ 247 3, 66 | Therefore ~this is the suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize 248 3, 66 | Whether the Church observes a suitable rite in baptizing?~Aquin.: 249 3, 69 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, this is suitable for our spiritual training: 250 3, 69 | Para. 3/3~Thirdly, this was suitable, lest men might seek to 251 3, 70 | and for this reason it was suitable that it should be ~for males 252 3, 70 | 146:5). Now to determine suitable signs is a work of wisdom. ~ 253 3, 72 | Consequently oil is a suitable matter of this sacrament. 254 3, 74 | bread and wine are not a suitable matter for this ~sacrament.~ 255 3, 74 | nevertheless it is less suitable for the common ~use of this 256 3, 74 | barley bread would not be a suitable matter for this ~sacrament.~ 257 3, 74 | is necessary, and what is suitable. It is ~necessary that the 258 3, 74 | Body Para. 2/3~But it is suitable that every priest observe 259 3, 75 | Body Para. 2/5~Now this is suitable, first for the perfection 260 3, 78 | of the sacrament is not a suitable one.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] 261 3, 83 | its fruits; and the time suitable for ~the celebration of 262 3, 83 | buried, but if it seem suitable for consecration, then, 263 3, 83 | begun. For nothing else is suitable ~for completing the mysteries 264 3, 83 | it ought to be kept in a suitable vessel with the relics: 265 Suppl, 8 | they may be provided with suitable remedies for their health; 266 Suppl, 8 | priest happens to be less ~suitable for applying a salutary 267 Suppl, 9 | a remedy which would be suitable for one sin, might prove 268 Suppl, 12| contained in the text is ~suitable?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 269 Suppl, 12| satisfaction given in the text is suitable?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 270 Suppl, 15| This number is shown to be suitable in so far as satisfaction 271 Suppl, 15| number is also shown to be suitable in so far as satisfaction 272 Suppl, 18| the medical art are not suitable to all, but have to be changed ~ 273 Suppl, 18| appointed by the ~canons are not suitable to all, but have to be varied 274 Suppl, 29| Whether olive oil is a suitable matter for this sacrament?~( 275 Suppl, 29| phrase?~(9) Whether this is a suitable form for this sacrament?~ 276 Suppl, 29| 1~Whether olive oil is a suitable matter for this sacrament?~ 277 Suppl, 29| that olive oil is not a suitable matter for this ~sacrament. 278 Suppl, 29| Therefore chrism would be a more suitable matter for this ~sacrament.~ 279 Suppl, 29| wine also would be more ~suitable a matter for this sacrament.~ 280 Suppl, 29| that olive oil is not ~a suitable matter.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 281 Suppl, 29| with oil." Therefore the suitable matter for ~this sacrament 282 Suppl, 29| foregoing respects, it is a suitable matter for this sacrament. ~ 283 Suppl, 29| effect of this sacrament, ~is suitable to oil on account of its 284 Suppl, 29| the foregoing prayer is a suitable form for this sacrament?~ 285 Suppl, 29| foregoing prayer is not a suitable form ~for this sacrament. 286 Suppl, 29| words. Therefore it is not a suitable form.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] 287 Suppl, 29| given above (A[8]) is a suitable form for this ~sacrament, 288 Suppl, 67| rather than what may be suitable for one. Therefore although 289 Suppl, 85| of His ascension is more ~suitable to the judgment than the 290 Suppl, 92| that the visible object be suitable, and that it be ~united 291 Suppl, 92| love most we deem most suitable. Secondly, union is required 292 Suppl, 92| attainment either of the suitable good, as ~"joy," or of the


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