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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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past

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1 1, 10 | eternity, there is no present, past or future, since ~it is 2 1, 10 | words denoting present, past and future time are applied 3 1, 10 | altered ~through present, past and future.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 10 | there ~is no difference of past and future, but only as 5 1, 13 | whose existence knows not ~past or future, as Augustine 6 1, 14 | because it is signified ~as past. Therefore the consequent 7 1, 14 | because, although it is ~past, still it imports relation 8 1, 16 | propositions concerning ~present, past, or future. Thus it does 9 1, 22 | namely, ~remembrance of the past, and understanding of the 10 1, 22 | the remembrance of what is past and the understanding of 11 1, 22 | cause, either present or ~past, which it necessarily follows, 12 1, 23 | whatever God could do in the past, He can do now. But He ~ 13 1, 25 | Whether He could make the past not to have been?~(5) Whether 14 1, 25 | Whether God can make the past not to have been?~Aquin.: 15 1, 25 | seems that God can make the past not to have been. For what 16 1, 25 | accidentally. Now for the past not ~to have been is impossible 17 1, 25 | running is a ~thing of the past. Therefore God can make 18 1, 25 | Therefore God can make the past not to have been.~Aquin.: 19 1, 25 | anything else which is past should not have been.~Aquin.: 20 1, 25 | contradiction. Now ~that the past should not have been implies 21 1, 25 | that it happened in the past. To say that he did not ~ 22 1, 25 | happen. Whence, that the past should not ~have been, does 23 1, 25 | impossible accidentally for the past not to ~have been, if one 24 1, 25 | been, if one considers the past thing itself, as, for instance, 25 1, 25 | Socrates; nevertheless, if the past thing is considered as ~ 26 1, 25 | thing is considered as ~past, that it should not have 27 1, 46 | which is the end ~of the past and the beginning of the 28 1, 46 | Moses prophesied of the past, saying, "In the ~beginning 29 1, 57 | Therefore, to the angel's mind, past and future are not different, 30 1, 57 | refer ~equally to present, past, and future. Therefore it 31 1, 57 | know indifferently things past, present, and future.~Aquin.: 32 1, 57 | equally to things present, past, and ~future; nevertheless 33 1, 57 | nevertheless the present, past, and future; nevertheless 34 1, 57 | nevertheless the ~present, past, and future do not bear 35 1, 47 | which is the end ~of the past and the beginning of the 36 1, 47 | Moses prophesied of the past, saying, "In the ~beginning 37 1, 58 | Therefore, to the angel's mind, past and future are not different, 38 1, 58 | refer ~equally to present, past, and future. Therefore it 39 1, 58 | know indifferently things past, present, and future.~Aquin.: 40 1, 58 | equally to things present, past, and ~future; nevertheless 41 1, 58 | nevertheless the present, past, and future; nevertheless 42 1, 58 | nevertheless the ~present, past, and future do not bear 43 1, 77 | the very formality of the past, which memory observes, 44 1, 77 | sudden recollection of the past; but also ~"reminiscence" 45 1, 77 | for a recollection ~of the past by the application of individual 46 1, 78 | Further, memory is of the past. But the past is said of 47 1, 78 | is of the past. But the past is said of something ~with 48 1, 78 | its object as something past, ~then the memory is not 49 1, 78 | apprehends individual things. For past, as past, since it ~signifies 50 1, 78 | individual things. For past, as past, since it ~signifies being 51 1, 78 | OBJ 2: The condition of past may be referred to two ~ 52 1, 78 | have sensed ~before in the past, and to have sensed some 53 1, 78 | and to have sensed some past sensible thing. But as ~ 54 1, 78 | the intellectual part, the past is accidental, and is not 55 1, 78 | he ~exist in the present, past, or future. But on the part 56 1, 78 | the act, the ~condition of past, even as such, may be understood 57 1, 78 | individual act, in the past, present, or future. In 58 1, 78 | in as far as it regards past events, is preserved in ~ 59 1, 78 | that it understands the past as something "here" and ~" 60 1, 78 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Past and present may differentiate 61 1, 84 | composition and division implies past, present, or ~future time. 62 1, 85 | he is ignorant of things past; and things to ~come he 63 2, 2 | chooses ~to look back on his past excesses, will perceive 64 2, 14 | appropriate order. Since then, the past precedes the present, and 65 2, 14 | should ~proceed from the past and present to the future: 66 2, 23 | to be already present or past. Thus no passion is contrary 67 2, 30 | sensible, considered as ~past, is the object of memory. 68 2, 32 | since memory is of the ~past, and hope of the future. 69 2, 32 | season of health we recall past pains without feeling pain . . . ~ 70 2, 33 | experienced the pleasure that is ~past. But if he be changed from 71 2, 35 | sorrow can ~refer to both past and future evil: thus repentance 72 2, 35 | repentance is sorrow for the ~past, and anxiety for the future. 73 2, 35 | can perceive the present, past and future. ~Consequently 74 2, 35 | sorrow can regard present, past and future: whereas bodily ~ 75 2, 38 | strongly than the memory of the past, and since love of self 76 2, 40 | before it, and little of the ~past: and therefore since memory 77 2, 40 | therefore since memory is of the past, and hope of the future, ~ 78 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The past deed may be the occasion 79 2, 48 | present wrong recedes into the past. The same applies to love, ~ 80 2, 57 | prudence; viz. "memory of the past, understanding of the ~present, 81 2, 59 | may have been so in the past. And he is to be commended 82 2, 67 | Blessed after this life ~is past.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 83 2, 67 | wherein there is ~neither past nor future, but only the 84 2, 86 | when ~the act of sin is past.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[86] A[ 85 2, 86 | when the act of ~sin is past. The reason for this is 86 2, 86 | once. But when the sin is ~past, the soul does not remain 87 2, 87 | himself the punishment of his past sin, or bear ~patiently 88 2, 97 | Further, by taking note of the past we can provide for the ~ 89 2, 100 | favor, either in memory of past favors, or in ~sign of some 90 2, 100 | Passover in memory of the past favor of the delivery ~from 91 2, 100 | was made in memory of a ~past blessing. Wherefore special 92 2, 101 | our minds as ~something past or present: and the truth 93 2, 103 | as in ~things present or past. Such is the state of the 94 2, 103 | by means of verbs in the past tense, ~and say that she " 95 2, 105 | in detestation of their past offense, i.e. the peoples 96 2, 1 | Body Para. 3/3~Hence in the past both opinions have been 97 2, 1 | against ~the darkness of past and future errors.~Aquin.: 98 2, 2 | the future, ~not about the past. Likewise it is not to be 99 2, 4 | since what we confess as past, the fathers of old confessed 100 2, 4 | OBJ 2: This difference of past and future arises, not from 101 2, 9 | first place, sorrow for past errors, and, in ~consequence, 102 2, 10 | parents, although at times past there have been many very 103 2, 13 | impenitence, seemingly, regards past sins, while ~obstinacy regards 104 2, 13 | regards future sins. Now past and future time do not diversify ~ 105 2, 13 | not only in respect of ~past and future time, but also 106 2, 13 | repentance, except about past sins. Therefore the same ~ 107 2, 17 | differ in respect of present, past and future. Hence the blessed ~ 108 2, 17 | about ~things, bad or good, past, present, or future, one' 109 2, 24 | the present, the memory of past ~good, and the hope of future 110 2, 24 | they find ~there, present, past and future, is evil and 111 2, 27 | penance ~consists in deploring past sins, and in not committing 112 2, 27 | reason why we grieve for our past sins, or for ~those of others, 113 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 4: Recollection of past goods in so far as we have 114 2, 45 | knowledge of the ~present or past, which pertains to prudence, 115 2, 46 | which, if ~it be of the past, is called "memory," if 116 2, 47 | Further, memory regards the past, whereas prudence regards 117 2, 47 | about the future from ~the past; wherefore memory of the 118 2, 47 | wherefore memory of the past is necessary in order to 119 2, 47 | man for an end. Now the past has become a kind of necessity, ~ 120 2, 51 | fashion are ~"memory" of the past, "intelligence" of the present, " 121 2, 53 | things, to which the terms "past" and "future" ~apply, as 122 2, 66 | the human memory of the ~past. But an accusation is made 123 2, 77 | through not repenting of ~her past sin, or through not doing 124 2, 78 | invent. ii, 53), present, ~past and future things are told 125 2, 81 | thanksgivings regard the past, while the others regard ~ 126 2, 81 | regard ~the future. But the past precedes the future. Therefore 127 2, 81 | things that are diverse the past precedes the future; ~but 128 2, 81 | thing is future before it is past. Hence ~thanksgiving for 129 2, 84 | first-fruits was for a sign of a ~past favor, whence arises the 130 2, 85 | done" seems to refer to the past time of legal observance: ~ 131 2, 86 | above to ~do penance for his past fault: thus if a woman has 132 2, 87 | when we assert present or past events, and this is ~termed 133 2, 87 | about ~something present or past), nor such oaths as are 134 2, 87 | the oath that is about the past or present, this obligation ~ 135 2, 87 | oath, which is about the past or the ~present, so too 136 2, 87 | truth about ~present or past things. Therefore neither 137 2, 87 | which is about something past or present, has already ~ 138 2, 96 | declaratory oath extends to past and present things. Now 139 2, 96 | bind himself to keep all, past ~and future. Nevertheless 140 2, 98 | but a punishment of a ~past crime for which he was excommunicated.~ 141 2, 106 | medicine, not only healing the past sin, but also preserving 142 2, 152 | makes satisfaction for his past inconstancy; but not so 143 2, 169 | called ~a prophet, in time past was called a seer." Now 144 2, 169 | son'"; some are "about the past, as (Gn. 1:1), 'In ~the 145 2, 169 | significance when he speaks of the past or present."~Aquin.: SMT 146 2, 169 | since ~it is about the past. Therefore the consequent 147 2, 173 | distinguishes between the past and what happened subsequently, ~ 148 2, 174 | divers manners spoke in times past to the ~fathers by the prophets." 149 2, 187 | religion. ~For Gregory says (Past. iii, 4) that "he who undertakes 150 3, 1 | in something present and past.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[6] 151 3, 11 | required the remembrance of past things, knowledge of present 152 3, 11 | singular things - present, past, and future.~Aquin.: SMT 153 3, 12 | separate substances, nor past, present, or future singulars, 154 3, 13 | knows all things present, past, and future, which God knows 155 3, 49 | cause all sins whatsoever, past, present, or to come, could 156 3, 60 | is both a reminder of the past, i.e. the ~passion of Christ; 157 3, 60 | the verb, viz. present, past, and future. Consequently, 158 3, 61 | through faith in Christ's past ~birth and Passion. Now 159 3, 61 | signify the future, the past, or the present; for as 160 3, 61 | Christ in relation to the past, ~must needs differ from 161 3, 62 | sinning. But in regard to past sins, the acts of which 162 3, 62 | the defects consequent on past sins, in so far as ~they 163 3, 62 | But we have faith in the past Passion of Christ, which 164 3, 66 | error of those who in the past ascribed ~the baptismal 165 3, 68 | signify the present, the past, and the ~future. Consequently 166 3, 68 | suffer punishment for his past sins, "but he ~himself shall 167 3, 68 | because Baptism takes away past, but not ~future, sins: 168 3, 68 | bestows, removes not only ~past sins, but hinders the commission 169 3, 68 | punishment incurred in the past: and ~on sinners in this 170 3, 68 | sinners in punishment of past sins. ~Therefore it seems 171 3, 68 | suffer any punishment ~for past sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] 172 3, 69 | because Baptism washes away past, not future, ~sins. Such 173 3, 69 | future, but ~present and past sins. And consequently, 174 3, 73 | one with ~regard to the past, inasmuch as it is commemorative 175 3, 73 | commemoration is of things past. Therefore, this sacrament ~ 176 3, 73 | remembrance of the Passion now past, just as ~the other was 177 3, 79 | two ways: first of all as ~past, secondly as in the act 178 3, 79 | This argument deals with past venial sins, which are taken ~ 179 3, 80 | 2~I answer that, In the past, some have erred upon this 180 3, 80 | instance, if ~he "grieve over past sins," and "propose to avoid 181 3, 80 | devotion in some cases, and past in others.~Aquin.: SMT TP 182 3, 83 | under the formality of the past (De Mem. et Remin. i).~Aquin.: 183 3, 84 | detestation of ~something past: in which sense Augustine 184 3, 84 | whereby a man sorrows for his ~past sin, and which belongs to 185 3, 84 | without sorrowing for, ~their past sins, according to Is. 65: 186 3, 84 | penance not only removes past sins, but also preserves ~ 187 3, 84 | receives forgiveness ~of past sins in the first instant 188 3, 84 | grieve continually for his past sins, which ~is essential 189 3, 84 | being resolved that his past ~sins should always be displeasing 190 3, 84 | Penance consists ~in deploring past sins, and in not committing 191 3, 84 | 4: Penance is to deplore past sins, and, "while deploring ~ 192 3, 85 | penance consists in deploring past sins": moreover it is ~about 193 3, 85 | what has been ~done in the past, since it cannot be otherwise, 194 3, 85 | moderated grief for his past sins, with the intention 195 3, 85 | regards the evil deed as past. Now it is contrary to the ~ 196 3, 85 | disapproval with regard to the past deed, with the intention 197 3, 85 | penance, ~which is sorrow for past sins, a special virtue, 198 3, 85 | matter, because its matter is past sins in any ~matter whatever. 199 3, 85 | aims at the ~destruction of past sin, considered as an offense 200 3, 85 | mere displeasure in the past ~sin, it belongs to charity 201 3, 85 | the same way as joy for past ~good acts; but the intention 202 3, 85 | aim at the destruction of past sin ~requires a special 203 3, 85 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the past is the proper object of 204 3, 85 | Now penance regards the past, as ~stated above (A[1], 205 3, 85 | power that apprehends the past. But penance ~belongs not 206 3, 86 | since he grieved for his past sin, not because he had 207 3, 86 | him some remnants of ~his past sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] 208 3, 87 | not only sorrow for his past sins, but also that ~he 209 3, 88 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, past sins are covered by grace, 210 3, 88 | possible for the stain of past sins and the ~debt of punishment 211 3, 88 | simply; but it covers the past sinful acts, lest, on their 212 3, 88 | confession and regret for past ~repentance, and which have 213 3, 88 | man's ~detestation of his past sins; and against this a 214 3, 89 | God, make up for their ~past losses, by subsequent gains: 215 3, 89 | Penance. Because just as past sins are remitted by subsequent 216 3, 89 | be ~the case chiefly when past evil "deeds" are removed 217 3, 90 | penance to detest one's past sins, and to purpose, at ~ 218 3, 90 | second is by reforming one's past ~life after it has been 219 Suppl, 1 | belongs to detest and destroy past sins, the act, to wit, of 220 Suppl, 2 | contrition for all one's past sins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 221 Suppl, 2 | should be for all ~one's past sins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 222 Suppl, 2 | future rather than to the past, since choice, ~which is 223 Suppl, 2 | sins rather than ~about past sins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 224 Suppl, 2 | proportionate not only to his past act, but also to its eventual 225 Suppl, 2 | penance always ~regards the past: and therefore contrition 226 Suppl, 2 | contrition, essentially ~regards past sins alone; but, inasmuch 227 Suppl, 2 | contrite, is sorry for his past sins, and is cautious of 228 Suppl, 2 | free-will, a man can think about past and necessary ~things, and 229 Suppl, 2 | object can be something past.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[4] 230 Suppl, 2 | contrition to be for other than past sins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 231 Suppl, 2 | because not all sorrow for past sins is contrition, ~as 232 Suppl, 3 | the contrite than their past ~sins; for they would not 233 Suppl, 3 | else than displeasure at past sin, and this ~sorrow, in 234 Suppl, 3 | of the present ~and the past; since what is past, is 235 Suppl, 3 | the past; since what is past, is no more, whence it has 236 Suppl, 3 | than he ~shudders at the past evil: wherefore also, no 237 Suppl, 3 | corresponds directly to the past, as sorrow corresponds to 238 Suppl, 3 | evil. Consequently, of two past evils, the mind ~shrinks 239 Suppl, 3 | future, although in the past it was the lesser evil. 240 Suppl, 3 | since the ~effect of the past sin is sometimes not so 241 Suppl, 3 | felt as the effect of ~the past punishment, both because 242 Suppl, 3 | greater abhorrence of his past punishment than of his past 243 Suppl, 3 | past punishment than of his past sin, although ~he would 244 Suppl, 4 | cannot be any sorrow for the past (since it is, ~properly 245 Suppl, 4 | far as something of ~the past sin remains in the present 246 Suppl, 4 | which nothing remains of a past sin, neither ~disposition, 247 Suppl, 4 | the way. ~Wherefore, since past sin retards the course of 248 Suppl, 4 | always ~remains from his past sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] 249 Suppl, 10| confession is that man's past ~guilt is pardoned.~Aquin.: 250 Suppl, 12| Penance, it regards the ~past and not the future. Now " 251 Suppl, 12| satisfaction regards a past offense. Yet no mention 252 Suppl, 12| existing, by punishing the past fault, but also at safeguarding 253 Suppl, 12| punishment, is a medicine healing past sins and ~preserving from 254 Suppl, 12| offers compensation for the past, and takes heed for the ~ 255 Suppl, 12| ways, first with ~regard to past sin, which it heals by making 256 Suppl, 12| called ~the remnants of past sin; and external occasions 257 Suppl, 12| intended with ~a view to the past, yet, as a consequence, 258 Suppl, 12| than compensation for the past. Hence Augustine defines ~ 259 Suppl, 12| the ~compensation for the past from the heed taken for 260 Suppl, 12| since when looking at the past we detest the causes of 261 Suppl, 13| satisfaction is compensation ~for a past offense, it seems that we 262 Suppl, 13| recover the time that is past, he can in ~the time that 263 Suppl, 13| should have done in ~the past, since the commandment did 264 Suppl, 14| remedy for the healing of past sins, and for ~preserving 265 Suppl, 15| satisfaction regards both ~the past offense, for which compensation 266 Suppl, 15| Further, satisfaction regards past sins. But these scourges 267 Suppl, 15| that, Compensation for a past offense can be enforced 268 Suppl, 15| These scourges always regard past guilt, not always the ~guilt 269 Suppl, 54| commandment does not affect the past but the future. ~Wherefore 270 Suppl, 55| having been effected in the ~past.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 271 Suppl, 62| that she persists in her past sin: if, however, she has ~ 272 Suppl, 68| intercourse is a thing ~of the past and can never be legitimized 273 Suppl, 69| goods, in so far as their past ~goods avail for the mitigation 274 Suppl, 70| as its gaze extends over past time; and in this way the ~ 275 Suppl, 70| it regards not only the past but also the present, and 276 Suppl, 72| to be by fire, so was the past ~cleansing by water: and 277 Suppl, 75| which one ~has incurred by a past fault, as He forgave the 278 Suppl, 78| according to the length of past time. ~Now it is impossible 279 Suppl, 78| Now it is impossible for past time not to have passed. 280 Suppl, 81| because then the movement is past. ~Therefore if it is at 281 Suppl, 84| they will be things of the past, ~while sense perceives 282 Suppl, 84| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the past sins of all the good will 283 Suppl, 85| which is now a thing of the past, while some, in fact many 284 Suppl, 87| denote not a present but a past weakness: so as to show 285 Suppl, 87| namely the signs of His past Passion, He will recall 286 Suppl, 87| men to ~the thought of His past death.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 287 Suppl, 88| future and the end of the ~past." Consequently there would 288 Suppl, 93| in respect of all time past, present, and future, and


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