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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 9 | in itself; and by a power possessed by ~another. For all creatures 2 1, 10 | Reply OBJ 6: Whatever is possessed, is held firmly and quietly; ~ 3 1, 12 | whatever acuteness of vision is possessed by these creatures, ~they 4 1, 12 | everything seen is held or ~possessed, forasmuch as things either 5 1, 17 | regards any quality not possessed by it; as if we should say ~ 6 1, 18 | is like a kind of life ~possessed by all things existing in 7 1, 19 | directed to things not possessed, implies imperfection, which 8 1, 19 | as to rest therein when ~possessed, and when not possessed 9 1, 19 | possessed, and when not possessed to seek to possess it, both 10 1, 19 | good, to acquire it if not possessed, and, if possessed, to rest ~ 11 1, 19 | if not possessed, and, if possessed, to rest ~therein; but also 12 1, 19 | possible to others the good possessed; ~and especially does this 13 1, 20 | regard ~good present and possessed; whereas desire and hope 14 1, 20 | regard good not as ~yet possessed. Love, however, regards 15 1, 20 | good universally, whether possessed ~or not. Hence love is naturally 16 1, 23 | the cause of that good ~possessed by some in preference to 17 1, 30 | prove if the Holy Ghost possessed ~another goodness apart 18 1, 32 | good thing can be ~joyfully possessed without partnership." Augustine 19 1, 33 | Is He not thy Father, who possessed, and ~made, and created 20 1, 38 | belongs to the ~Father; or as possessed by another. But we are said 21 1, 38 | divine person ~cannot be possessed, except by a rational creature 22 1, 39 | possesses" and "what is possessed" be the same. So ~He who 23 1, 42 | withdraw from the Son any power possessed by the Father, since it 24 1, 43 | is given that it may be possessed; but that a ~divine person 25 1, 43 | that a ~divine person be possessed by any creature, or exist 26 1, 43 | exist in anyone, or be ~possessed by anyone in time, does 27 1, 43 | of ~sanctifying grace is possessed, and not conversely, according 28 1, 43 | one; and He is given as possessed by anyone; and ~neither 29 1, 43 | And yet the Holy Ghost is possessed by man, and dwells ~within 30 1, 43 | He dwell in us, nor is He possessed by us ~according to those 31 1, 43 | Himself since He can only be possessed by His giving ~Himself. 32 1, 46 | Prov. ~8:22), "The Lord possessed Me in the beginning of His 33 1, 48 | or the use of something possessed, it follows that the ~absolute 34 1, 48 | the good use of ~something possessed. Now we use all things by 35 1, 58 | desire is of a thing not possessed but possible to ~have, whoever 36 1, 58 | intellectual light. For if they possessed the fulness of ~intellectual 37 1, 58 | Word, but the ~being as possessed by the things themselves; 38 1, 59 | of something not as yet ~possessed. Therefore, since there 39 1, 59 | seeking things not yet possessed, yet the appetitive part 40 1, 59 | to repose in some good ~possessed. Universally speaking, none 41 1, 60 | to it but that it may be possessed. ~This kind of love has 42 1, 61 | begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed me in the beginning of His 43 1, 63 | man repines over ~the good possessed by another, inasmuch as 44 1, 66 | Nor can it be said that it possessed ~some common form, on which 45 1, 67 | perfection of grace, which they possessed from ~their creation as 46 1, 71 | Not as though the power possessed by ~water or earth of producing 47 1, 71 | through the characters possessed in common with that ~class, 48 1, 38 | belongs to the ~Father; or as possessed by another. But we are said 49 1, 38 | divine person ~cannot be possessed, except by a rational creature 50 1, 39 | possesses" and "what is possessed" be the same. So ~He who 51 1, 42 | withdraw from the Son any power possessed by the Father, since it 52 1, 43 | is given that it may be possessed; but that a ~divine person 53 1, 43 | that a ~divine person be possessed by any creature, or exist 54 1, 43 | exist in anyone, or be ~possessed by anyone in time, does 55 1, 43 | of ~sanctifying grace is possessed, and not conversely, according 56 1, 43 | one; and He is given as possessed by anyone; and ~neither 57 1, 43 | And yet the Holy Ghost is possessed by man, and dwells ~within 58 1, 43 | He dwell in us, nor is He possessed by us ~according to those 59 1, 43 | Himself since He can only be possessed by His giving ~Himself. 60 1, 47 | Prov. ~8:22), "The Lord possessed Me in the beginning of His 61 1, 49 | or the use of something possessed, it follows that the ~absolute 62 1, 49 | the good use of ~something possessed. Now we use all things by 63 1, 59 | desire is of a thing not possessed but possible to ~have, whoever 64 1, 59 | intellectual light. For if they possessed the fulness of ~intellectual 65 1, 59 | Word, but the ~being as possessed by the things themselves; 66 1, 60 | of something not as yet ~possessed. Therefore, since there 67 1, 60 | seeking things not yet possessed, yet the appetitive part 68 1, 60 | to repose in some good ~possessed. Universally speaking, none 69 1, 61 | to it but that it may be possessed. ~This kind of love has 70 1, 62 | begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed me in the beginning of His 71 1, 64 | man repines over ~the good possessed by another, inasmuch as 72 1, 67 | Nor can it be said that it possessed ~some common form, on which 73 1, 68 | perfection of grace, which they possessed from ~their creation as 74 1, 71 | Not as though the power possessed by ~water or earth of producing 75 1, 71 | through the characters possessed in common with that ~class, 76 1, 83 | species of which it is ~possessed, actually understand, without 77 1, 83 | not to know itself to ~be possessed thereof: for no man forgets 78 1, 83 | species of which it is possessed, without turning to the 79 1, 83 | intelligible species of which it is possessed, without turning to the ~ 80 1, 93 | the angels?~(3) Whether he possessed all knowledge?~(4) Whether 81 1, 93 | and in like manner he was possessed of the knowledge of all ~ 82 1, 94 | Saints declare that man possessed grace in the state of innocence.~ 83 1, 94 | natural free-will before they possessed grace; but ~that God shows 84 1, 94 | passions in respect of good not possessed, but ~to be possessed then, 85 1, 94 | not possessed, but ~to be possessed then, as burning concupiscence. 86 1, 94 | perseverance is a virtue. But Adam possessed it not; as ~proved by his 87 1, 94 | subsequent sin. Therefore he possessed not every virtue.~Aquin.: 88 1, 94 | man in a certain sense ~possessed all the virtues; and this 89 1, 94 | which is of things not yet possessed. For the perfection of that ~ 90 1, 94 | good; in that sense Adam possessed perseverance. In ~another 91 1, 96 | the primitive state man possessed, for the preservation of 92 1, 97 | his animal life, ~which he possessed even before sin, as above 93 1, 100 | birth, for they ~would have possessed the knowledge due to them 94 1, 102 | thirdly, as ~something good possessed or acquired by us, as the 95 1, 102 | only as made, but also as possessed or acquired or even as ~ 96 1, 102 | universe, as something ~possessed and represented; for each 97 1, 107 | to all, for "nothing is ~possessed individually" (Sent. ii, 98 1, 107 | Reply OBJ 2: All things are possessed in common by the angelic 99 1, 107 | Each gift is more perfectly possessed by the one who can communicate 100 1, 107 | it is attributed, but is ~possessed thereby in an eminent manner, 101 1, 107 | participation, ~when an attribute is possessed by something not fully but 102 1, 107 | preserving of the knowledge possessed. So, ~although after the 103 1, 116 | held that our ~souls are possessed of knowledge from the very 104 1, 116 | of beatitude than that ~possessed by certain angels. In the 105 1, 117 | power of which they are possessed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 106 2, 1 | Therefore those things that are possessed ~of reason, move themselves 107 2, 1 | nature, but owing to some one possessed of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 108 2, 2 | perfectly the sovereign good is possessed, ~the more it is loved, 109 2, 3 | irrational animals, who are possessed of certain particular ~instincts 110 2, 4 | something already present and possessed: thus one who runs ~after 111 2, 4 | tends towards it while not ~possessed, so, too, comprehension 112 2, 11 | Whether it is only of the end possessed?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 113 2, 11 | enjoyment is only of the end possessed?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 114 2, 11 | enjoyment is only of the end possessed. For ~Augustine says (De 115 2, 11 | enjoyment is ~only of the end possessed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 116 2, 11 | speaking, is only of the end possessed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 117 2, 11 | enjoyment is only of the end possessed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 118 2, 11 | end even though it be not possessed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 119 2, 11 | last end. Now an ~end is possessed in two ways; perfectly and 120 2, 11 | Perfectly, when ~it is possessed not only in intention but 121 2, 11 | imperfectly, ~when it is possessed in intention only. Perfect 122 2, 11 | is ~of the end already possessed: but imperfect enjoyment 123 2, 11 | enjoyment is also of the end ~possessed not really, but only in 124 2, 11 | of the last end, not yet possessed, is ~enjoyment properly 125 2, 11 | imperfect ~way in which it is possessed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 126 2, 18 | evil: thus a blind man is possessed of ~goodness inasmuch as 127 2, 22 | the intensity of a thing possessed of light depends on its ~ 128 2, 23 | if the good be not yet possessed, ~it causes in the appetite 129 2, 25 | when the ~beloved object is possessed, is pleasure: when it is 130 2, 25 | pleasure: when it is not possessed, it is ~desire or concupiscence: 131 2, 28 | in their entirety, be possessed by many at the same time: 132 2, 28 | their entirety, ~can be possessed by many: for no one envies 133 2, 28 | beloved is present and ~possessed, pleasure or enjoyment ensues. 134 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: The reason is possessed of infinite power, in a 135 2, 32 | they were apprehended as possessed. For as the ~Philosopher 136 2, 32 | is pleasant in so far as ~possessed or effected: and this implies 137 2, 32 | obtained and is actually ~possessed, is the cause of pleasure: 138 2, 33 | is for something not yet possessed. ~Therefore expansion seems 139 2, 33 | a good which is not yet possessed, whereas pleasure regards 140 2, 33 | regards the ~good that is possessed. Therefore pleasure does 141 2, 33 | craving for something not possessed; secondly, in general, as 142 2, 33 | craving for some thing not possessed: ~because pleasure is an 143 2, 33 | present is not ~perfectly possessed: and this may be on the 144 2, 33 | on the part of the thing possessed, ~or on the part of the 145 2, 33 | On the part of the thing possessed, this ~happens through the 146 2, 33 | happens through the thing possessed not being a simultaneous 147 2, 33 | tending to what was not possessed, ceases. ~But when it is 148 2, 33 | tending to what was not ~possessed, does not cease altogether.~ 149 2, 33 | Reply OBJ 2: That which is possessed imperfectly, is possessed 150 2, 33 | possessed imperfectly, is possessed in one ~respect, and in 151 2, 33 | in another respect is not possessed. Consequently it may be ~ 152 2, 36 | pleasure regards first the good possessed, as its proper object, ~ 153 2, 40 | is present and already ~possessed: in this respect, hope differs 154 2, 48 | anger. For when a man who is possessed of honor or wealth, suffers 155 2, 53 | form. Now a simple thing is possessed either wholly or ~not at 156 2, 59 | the enjoyment of a ~good possessed, or the desire to have good 157 2, 62 | and hope, of things not possessed. Hence faith and ~hope, 158 2, 62 | through merits not already possessed, but ~which he hopes to 159 2, 66 | hope is of what is not ~possessed. But the love of charity 160 2, 66 | of that which is already possessed: ~since the beloved is, 161 2, 67 | towards that which is not possessed, as is clear from ~what 162 2, 67 | respect of what is not yet ~possessed, but also as regards something 163 2, 67 | relate to an ~object either possessed or not possessed, either 164 2, 67 | either possessed or not possessed, either seen or not seen. ~ 165 2, 68 | former, yet the former is possessed by man in a more perfect 166 2, 68 | gifts are in all who are possessed of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 167 2, 71 | greater number of individuals possessed of that nature. Now vice 168 2, 72 | apprehension of a thing possessed in accordance with desire; 169 2, 80 | the case with ~one who is possessed. But then, the reason being 170 2, 100 | principle to a subject ~possessed of faith: "for he that cometh 171 2, 100 | first of that ~which is possessed of health, and secondarily 172 2, 100 | is made just, by becoming possessed of the habit of justice: ~ 173 2, 102 | things which the people possessed were offered ~to God: and 174 2, 103 | is that in which both are possessed as present; wherein nothing 175 2, 105 | ii, 2) that the things possessed should be distinct, ~and 176 2, 106 | more perfectly than he has possessed it hitherto, especially 177 2, 107 | imperfect, who as ~yet are not possessed of a virtuous habit, are 178 2, 107 | other hand, those who are possessed of virtue, ~are inclined 179 2, 109 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether man possessed of grace needs the help 180 2, 109 | It would seem that man possessed of grace needs no help to ~ 181 2, 109 | xii). Hence man, even when possessed of grace, needs perseverance ~ 182 2, 112 | grace, which is already possessed - but of glory which is 183 2, 112 | glory which is not yet ~possessed. But there is another imperfect 184 2, 114 | grace, the ~grace already possessed cannot come under merit, 185 2, 5 | that the knowledge they possessed was not such as to exclude 186 2, 5 | confirmed, and man, before sin, possessed manifest knowledge about ~ 187 2, 5 | understanding of principles is possessed in equal degree by all ~ 188 2, 5 | men. Therefore faith is possessed in equal degree by all the 189 2, 6 | supervenes in a thing already possessed of its proper species: ~ 190 2, 8 | state of ~perfection, as possessed in heaven; the second, to 191 2, 8 | state of inchoation, as possessed by wayfarers.~Aquin.: SMT 192 2, 23 | be lost after it has been possessed?~(12) Whether it is lost 193 2, 23 | of charity, viz. God, is possessed of ~infinite power. Furthermore, 194 2, 23 | mind is directed to God, is possessed ~by its subject inseparably: 195 2, 28 | things, as the true ~good is possessed in two ways, perfectly and 196 2, 34 | recollection of goods ~once possessed is a cause of pleasure, 197 2, 34 | befitted ourselves, or which we possessed at some time." ~Therefore 198 2, 59 | what was his, but becomes possessed of something ~which belonged 199 2, 60 | a man of what he already possessed, and ~consequently he would 200 2, 64 | division ~of the things possessed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 201 2, 64 | that all things should be possessed in common ~and that nothing 202 2, 64 | and that nothing should be possessed as one's own: but because 203 2, 64 | theft to be about a thing ~possessed: for if a man takes what 204 2, 75 | great advantage by ~becoming possessed of the other man's property, 205 2, 84 | things unjustly acquired or possessed. In the Old ~Law, however, 206 2, 84 | anything that is ~lawfully possessed, considered in itself, may 207 2, 92 | were not ~animated, or possessed of a divine power, as Hermes 208 2, 93 | however, there were some possessed of the spirit ~of prophecy, 209 2, 93 | however, there were some possessed of the spirit ~of prophecy, 210 2, 93 | the case of those who are possessed: this is divination by ~" 211 2, 96 | themselves, since they are possessed of coercive force, as ~stated 212 2, 98 | of livelihood. He that is possessed of science, without having ~ 213 2, 98 | has consumed, since he possessed them in good faith. Exception 214 2, 116 | temporal goods cannot be possessed by many at the same ~time. 215 2, 116 | covetous man to the man who was possessed by ~the devil (Mk. 5) and 216 2, 116 | man to the man who was ~possessed by the devil, not that the 217 2, 116 | contrast, since while the ~possessed man, of whom we read in 218 2, 128 | thing: ~thus the air is possessed of a passive power by reason 219 2, 128 | order of nature. Yet man is possessed of a natural power, namely 220 2, 150 | denotes that the person possessed thereof is unseared by the ~ 221 2, 160 | excellence results ~from a good possessed. Such a good may be considered 222 2, 161 | appetite is ~a thing not possessed. Now spiritual good, in 223 2, 163 | temptation; but ~as he was possessed of the lust of deceit, he 224 2, 170 | him either devilish, or possessed, or a ~false prophet."~Aquin.: 225 2, 171 | connection with the knowledge possessed by the human ~mind, namely 226 2, 171 | case with those who are ~possessed or out of their senses; 227 2, 171 | balance, like persons who are possessed, as Priscilla and Montanus ~ 228 2, 173 | demons, as in those who are possessed: thirdly, by the power of 229 2, 174 | although without any doubt He ~possessed most perfectly the knowledge 230 2, 183 | wherefore it is clear ~that he possessed something sent to him by 231 2, 184 | Now ~riches once they are possessed are in themselves of a nature 232 2, 185 | monastery with the goods they possessed, they may live on the alms ~ 233 2, 186 | diversity in that which is possessed wholly and perfectly; ~wherefore 234 2, 186 | external ~things are sought or possessed only in a small quantity, 235 2, 186 | abundant or moderate, be possessed in private or in common. 236 2, 186 | there are excessive ~riches, possessed in private as it were, or 237 2, 186 | did not forbid them to be possessed in common. How these ~words 238 3, 7 | some other things not ~yet possessed, as was said above.~Aquin.: 239 3, 7 | as far as ~it is not yet possessed. And hence to Christ, Who 240 3, 7 | hence to Christ, Who already possessed the ~perfect good of beatitude, 241 3, 7 | this ~knowledge uselessly possessed. just as it is not useless 242 3, 7 | and hope with ~what is not possessed, so prophecy has to do with 243 3, 7 | of such things as are not possessed by the ~one who hopes; but 244 3, 7 | But ~what comes thus is possessed partially, and not fully. 245 3, 7 | hope of what is not yet possessed. Hence it was not ~necessary 246 3, 7 | pre-eminent ~way, yet nothing is possessed singularly," as is clear 247 3, 7 | the fulness of grace is possessed by everyone, and hence the 248 3, 7 | power, ~inasmuch as grace is possessed in its highest possible 249 3, 7 | on earth, which ~are not possessed by all.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 250 3, 13 | knowledge is not always possessed by the very essence or form 251 3, 13 | nature from the higher is possessed in an inferior manner; for 252 3, 15 | it, since Christ's soul possessed perfectly all natural ~powers. 253 3, 17 | of Socrates. ~But being possessed of a head, being corporeal, 254 3, 19 | regards only what is not yet possessed, it ~would be necessary 255 3, 23 | Spiritual goods can be possessed by many at the same time; ~ 256 3, 27 | not in him and already he possessed the Spirit ~of grace." Much 257 3, 32 | He thy Father, that hath possessed ~thee, and made thee and 258 3, 34 | truth." ~Wherefore, as being possessed of certainty about all things, 259 3, 40 | impossible for those who are ~possessed of wealth. Wherefore the 260 3, 40 | the disciples had ~been possessed of wealth, "they had seemed 261 3, 43 | Divine power. Now He was ~possessed of Divine power from the 262 3, 46 | without money." But the devil possessed no right over man, whom ~ 263 3, 69 | grace and virtues are not possessed without faith and ~charity. 264 3, 70 | account ~of the knowledge possessed by Adam, who was fully instructed 265 3, 71 | energumens or those who are possessed. But not all ~are such like. 266 3, 73 | in desire, as an end is possessed in ~desire and intention. 267 3, 77 | individuated being which they ~possessed before, hence they are individual 268 3, 79 | through sin after one has possessed it, as was ~stated in the 269 3, 80 | the use of reason are the ~possessed, who are called energumens. 270 3, 84 | thought that charity ~once possessed could not be lost, and that, 271 3, 84 | free-will charity, once possessed, can be lost, ~and that, 272 Suppl, 16| act, because he is not ~possessed of great wealth which is 273 Suppl, 16| magnificence, but he can ~be possessed thereof.~Aquin.: SMT XP 274 Suppl, 17| is acquired, nor ~is it possessed by all those who are ordained, 275 Suppl, 17| who are ordained, and is possessed by some ~who are not ordained. 276 Suppl, 17| void of ~authority can be possessed without sin.~Aquin.: SMT 277 Suppl, 29| the apostles themselves possessed, cannot ~do away with the 278 Suppl, 36| like knowledge should be ~possessed by those who are placed 279 Suppl, 36| contrary, Holiness once possessed can be lost. But when once 280 Suppl, 37| devil, ~namely those who are possessed: and to this ministry the 281 Suppl, 43| since they are not as yet ~possessed of complete self-control; 282 Suppl, 68| will for being done or possessed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 283 Suppl, 89| whatever acuteness of vision is possessed by these ~animals they can 284 Suppl, 93| reward includes every good possessed in heaven; so that the ~ 285 Suppl, 93| higher degree, nothing is ~possessed by any of them exclusively, 286 Suppl, 93| that it denotes something possessed by participation and not 287 Suppl, 94| alone ~which is above all possessed of cleansing power. But


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