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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | invisible things of Him are ~clearly seen, being understood by 2 1, 2 | existence of the cause can be clearly demonstrated, and so we 3 1, 12 | new earth, as to see most clearly God everywhere present, ~ 4 1, 12 | one does not see more ~clearly than another.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 12 | higher, will see Him the more clearly; ~and this is incongruous; 6 1, 12 | cannot be infinite, it is clearly impossible for any created 7 1, 12 | are perceived the more ~clearly. It is not possible, therefore, 8 1, 13 | the end of distinguishing clearly and ~praiseworthily the 9 1, 13 | invisible ~things of God are clearly seen being understood by 10 1, 15 | universe, as the Philosopher ~clearly teaches in Metaph. xii. 11 1, 16 | the predicate: and this clearly shows ~that the sense is 12 1, 19 | moves the will, as ~most clearly appears in things willed 13 1, 19 | corporeal things this is clearly seen. For it may happen 14 1, 23 | each ~predestined; which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 15 1, 29 | the word ~"person" was not clearly perceived before it was 16 1, 33 | not from another, ~is more clearly signified by the removal 17 1, 43 | to be sent; and this is ~clearly false. Therefore the Holy 18 1, 50 | were the same. But this is clearly false. For matter ~receives 19 1, 51 | present. From all this it is clearly ~shown that such apparitions 20 1, 53 | as ~indivisible. This is clearly evident with regard to places 21 1, 56 | invisible things of God are clearly seen, being understood by 22 1, 57 | beholding the Divine wisdom more clearly, learn more and deeper mysteries ~ 23 1, 60 | Body Para. 2/4~This is clearly evident in man, with respect 24 1, 62 | meriting it ~now; which is clearly false, because in that case 25 1, 62 | understands God ~more or less clearly according to infinite degrees. 26 1, 65 | invisible things of God are clearly seen, being ~understood 27 1, 65 | than another. ~But this is clearly false; for the Philosopher 28 1, 67 | extended meaning. This is ~clearly shown in the word "sight," 29 1, 69 | three are named as already clearly ~perceptible to the senses; 30 1, 69 | Hence Scripture, having clearly expresses the ~manner in 31 1, 75 | principles, which shows ~clearly that the soul is not a body.~ 32 1, 76 | of Socrates. ~This can be clearly seen from comparison with 33 1, 76 | Para. 6/8~The same can be clearly shown from the nature of 34 1, 76 | such as ~heat is, which is clearly false. It seems, therefore, 35 1, 76 | Para. 3/4~Again, this is clearly impossible, whatever one 36 1, 76 | of these consequences are clearly false: because "animal" ~ 37 1, 76 | corruption, all of which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 38 1, 76 | than another; which is ~clearly untrue. Therefore the soul 39 1, 77 | contrary objects. This is clearly ~false in almost all the 40 1, 77 | different powers. This is clearly false; for ~the same thing 41 1, 43 | to be sent; and this is ~clearly false. Therefore the Holy 42 1, 51 | were the same. But this is clearly false. For matter ~receives 43 1, 52 | present. From all this it is clearly ~shown that such apparitions 44 1, 54 | as ~indivisible. This is clearly evident with regard to places 45 1, 57 | invisible things of God are clearly seen, being understood by 46 1, 58 | beholding the Divine wisdom more clearly, learn more and deeper mysteries ~ 47 1, 61 | Body Para. 2/4~This is clearly evident in man, with respect 48 1, 63 | meriting it ~now; which is clearly false, because in that case 49 1, 63 | understands God ~more or less clearly according to infinite degrees. 50 1, 66 | invisible things of God are clearly seen, being ~understood 51 1, 66 | than another. ~But this is clearly false; for the Philosopher 52 1, 68 | extended meaning. This is ~clearly shown in the word "sight," 53 1, 70 | three are named as already clearly ~perceptible to the senses; 54 1, 70 | Hence Scripture, having clearly expresses the ~manner in 55 1, 74 | principles, which shows ~clearly that the soul is not a body.~ 56 1, 75 | of Socrates. ~This can be clearly seen from comparison with 57 1, 75 | Para. 6/8~The same can be clearly shown from the nature of 58 1, 75 | such as ~heat is, which is clearly false. It seems, therefore, 59 1, 75 | Para. 3/4~Again, this is clearly impossible, whatever one 60 1, 75 | of these consequences are clearly false: because "animal" ~ 61 1, 75 | corruption, all of which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 62 1, 75 | than another; which is ~clearly untrue. Therefore the soul 63 1, 76 | contrary objects. This is clearly ~false in almost all the 64 1, 76 | different powers. This is clearly false; for ~the same thing 65 1, 78 | when he wished, ~which is clearly false. Therefore the active 66 1, 78 | 2/3~But this opinion is clearly opposed to the teaching 67 1, 78 | We shall understand this clearly if we consider their respective 68 1, 78 | invisible things of God are clearly seen, being ~understood 69 1, 82 | together with a habit, can be clearly proved in two ways. First 70 1, 83 | falseness of this opinion is clearly proved from the fact that 71 1, 83 | knowledge of colors; which ~is clearly untrue. We must therefore 72 1, 83 | invisible things of ~God are clearly seen . . . by the things 73 1, 83 | anything incorporeal. Which is clearly false: ~for we understand 74 1, 84 | not involve falsehood, as clearly ~appears in the case of 75 1, 84 | order of nature; as appears clearly in ~the generation of man 76 1, 84 | soul allotted to it; which clearly appears in things of different ~ 77 1, 87 | intellect is, so much the more clearly does it perceive the ~intelligible 78 1, 87 | above (Q[84], A[7]). Thus it clearly appears ~that immaterial 79 1, 87 | material things. ~Hence it clearly follows that the knowledge 80 1, 87 | sciences. Hence Aristotle clearly ~places the ultimate felicity 81 1, 87 | invisible things of God are clearly seen, being understood by 82 1, 88 | eye; but that he see it clearly, is due to the eye's visual ~ 83 1, 90 | power of God should be most clearly shown. ~Therefore it should 84 1, 90 | Person, Whose image ~is more clearly expressed in man.~Aquin.: 85 1, 90 | vital operations are more clearly seen in man's face, ~on 86 1, 92 | exist in the ~soul. Such is clearly the case with faith, which 87 1, 93 | it is to God, the more clearly is God seen in it; for instance, 88 1, 93 | instance, a man is ~seen more clearly through a mirror in which 89 1, 93 | which his image is the more clearly ~expressed. Thus God is 90 1, 93 | man knew God then more clearly than we know ~Him now.~Aquin.: 91 1, 96 | his ~immortality; which is clearly not the case. Therefore 92 1, 96 | replies to the objections clearly appear. For the first ~proves 93 1, 102 | towards a definite end shows clearly that it is ~directed by 94 1, 102 | without knowledge, shows clearly that the world is ~governed 95 1, 103 | the agent: as ~may be seen clearly in all agents which do not 96 1, 103 | state of ~non-existence, clearly shows the power of Him Who 97 1, 104 | its own form); as may be clearly ~seen in things made by 98 1, 106 | Body Para. 3/3~From this clearly appear the replies to the 99 1, 107 | All this will appear more clearly when we treat of each ~of 100 1, 112 | guardianship. But ~that is clearly false. Therefore the angels 101 1, 114 | inferior bodies: which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 102 1, 118 | individual in the species: ~as is clearly the case with the sun, moon 103 2, 1 | virtue." But these are ~clearly more than one thing. Therefore 104 2, 1 | to its completion; as is clearly ~the case in effects both 105 2, 3 | senses, as the Philosopher ~clearly states at the beginning 106 2, 4 | happiness, as the ~Philosopher clearly states (Ethic. i, 9). Therefore 107 2, 4 | angels, ~thus seeing God more clearly than the lower angels. But 108 2, 9 | moving itself, which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 109 2, 11 | that the one which is more ~clearly known, was first named. 110 2, 14 | another does. But this is clearly untrue. Therefore ~counsel 111 2, 14 | to take counsel. Which is clearly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 112 2, 15 | accomplished; which ~is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 113 2, 18 | would be evil. Which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 114 2, 18 | good of virtue. The same clearly applies to other actions.~ 115 2, 24 | and ~sadness. But this is clearly false. Therefore no passion 116 2, 29 | object of hatred: which is clearly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 117 2, 29 | commendable: and this is ~clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 118 2, 36 | be ~pleasant: and this is clearly untrue as regards the separation 119 2, 37 | strong intention, as is clearly stated in ~Prov. 2:4,5: " 120 2, 48 | contraries stand out more clearly ~when placed beside one 121 2, 49 | predicaments; as may be ~clearly seen in the Book of the 122 2, 49 | habit and disposition, as is clearly the case in God.~Aquin.: 123 2, 50 | dispositions. But this is clearly contrary to the ~intention 124 2, 51 | necessary habits: but this is clearly false. Therefore ~habits 125 2, 51 | that ~quality, as may be clearly seen in that which is heated 126 2, 51 | them into all: which is clearly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 127 2, 53 | corrupted both ways. This is clearly the case with bodily habits - 128 2, 53 | addition, as we ~have already clearly explained (Q[52], A[2]). ~( 129 2, 53 | cessation from act, as is clearly seen in the case both of ~ 130 2, 54 | subject of a habit, as was clearly ~shown above (Q[51], A[2]). 131 2, 54 | virtue, as the Philosopher ~clearly states (Ethic. vii, 1). 132 2, 54 | to one principle, as was clearly stated above (AA[2],3).~ 133 2, 58 | to answer this question clearly, we must ~consider the meaning 134 2, 60 | anger. The same may ~be clearly applied to other virtues.~ 135 2, 60 | operations. But this is clearly untrue: for it is the function 136 2, 60 | virtues as ~passions. But this clearly is not the case: since there 137 2, 61 | a moral virtue, as was clearly shown above (Q[57], A[4]). 138 2, 62 | proportion ~to his nature, as clearly shown above (Q[58], A[3]). 139 2, 63 | accord with reason, as was ~clearly shown above (Q[55], A[4], 140 2, 64 | falling short of it; as is clearly the case in all things ruled 141 2, 65 | and from this ~it follows clearly that the moral virtues are 142 2, 65 | relation to one another, as is clearly the case with the various 143 2, 65 | and operations, ~that are clearly related to one another. 144 2, 66 | the others. But this is clearly not the case: ~since various 145 2, 67 | this ~life, as Augustine clearly states (De Trin. xiv, 9). 146 2, 68 | from which words we are ~clearly given to understand that 147 2, 69 | eye disposes one to see ~clearly: hence the clean of heart 148 2, 74 | subject of sin; which is ~clearly untrue. Therefore the will 149 2, 74 | concupiscence, which is clearly a movement of the ~sensuality. 150 2, 74 | that power, as we have ~clearly shown (AA[1],2,3). Now reason 151 2, 74 | a mortal sin; which is ~clearly false. Therefore there can 152 2, 76 | continually ~sinning, which is clearly false, else ignorance would 153 2, 77 | instance, when it cannot see clearly, as the ~Philosopher states ( 154 2, 80 | be irremediable: which is clearly false. ~Therefore all the 155 2, 84 | For ~in that passage he clearly speaks against those who, 156 2, 87 | an ~interior act, as is clearly the case with anger or envy, 157 2, 93 | things of God . . . are clearly seen, being ~understood 158 2, 95 | same for all: which is ~clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 159 2, 95 | time, necessary, useful; clearly ~expressed, lest by its 160 2, 97 | either the existing ~law is clearly unjust, or its observance 161 2, 102 | as the latter, but more clearly: because, in ~order that 162 2, 102 | shall eat in haste": which clearly designates men at the ~point 163 2, 102 | business. The owl, ~which sees clearly at night, but cannot see 164 2, 102 | was said ~to dwell; as is clearly set forth in the same passage, 165 2, 105 | to accept presents, as is clearly stated in Ex. 23:8: "You 166 2, 105 | established judges, as is clearly indicated in Dt. 16:18: ~" 167 2, 106 | a law." And still more ~clearly it is written (Rm. 8:2): " 168 2, 106 | reason the Apostle states clearly (Rm. 8:2, ~seqq.) where, 169 2, 106 | the Apostles, ~where it is clearly shown that the aforesaid 170 2, 107 | of perfection: ~this is clearly seen in Mt. 19:21, where 171 2, 107 | divorce ~altogether; as is clearly stated in Mt. 5:31, seqq., 172 2, 108 | My words,' He ~indicates clearly that this sermon of the 173 2, 109 | loss by sinning, ~as was clearly shown above (Q[85], A[1]; 174 2, 110 | is a quality. Now it is clearly not in the ~"fourth" species 175 2, 111 | things of Him . . ~. are clearly seen, being understood by 176 2, 2 | invisible ~things" of God "are clearly seen, being understood by 177 2, 2 | those things which are clearly seen by the understanding 178 2, 2 | the flesh, since he had clearly professed his ~belief therein, 179 2, 5 | faith, but by seeing Him clearly present ~to their contemplation." 180 2, 5 | convinced so as ~to recognize clearly that God, Who lieth not, 181 2, 8 | to penetrate all things ~clearly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[5] 182 2, 8 | between those four gifts is ~clearly in agreement with the distinction 183 2, 8 | about creatures. Rashness is clearly opposed to ~counsel, whereby 184 2, 9 | things of God . . ~. are clearly seen, being understood by 185 2, 12 | shall it be": whence it clearly ~follows that, after this 186 2, 15 | house door. Moreover it ~is clearly stated (Dt. 4:9): "Forget 187 2, 20 | Such like presumption ~clearly arises from vainglory; for 188 2, 26 | invisible things of God are ~clearly seen, being understood by 189 2, 30 | those only which are more clearly necessary. Nevertheless 190 2, 31 | a degree, that if he saw clearly that he could withdraw him 191 2, 32 | things" of God . . . "are clearly seen, ~being understood 192 2, 56 | neither is there a mean; as is clearly the ~case with the virtues, 193 2, 61 | with the matter, it will clearly be ~respect of persons.~ 194 2, 63 | strike anyone, which is clearly false. Therefore the same 195 2, 63 | in prison; ~and this is clearly false. Therefore the same 196 2, 64 | himself innocent. Hence he is clearly guilty of ~sin, and is bound 197 2, 79 | invisible things . . . ~are clearly seen, being understood by 198 2, 86 | the ~thing he has vowed is clearly unlawful, and he is unable 199 2, 94 | vain ~observances which clearly have no efficacy by nature, 200 2, 94 | invocation of the demons it is clearly ~superstitious and unlawful. 201 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As clearly shown above (Q[81], A[5]), 202 2, 98 | anything temporal, and ~this is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 203 2, 134 | to us." Therefore it is clearly ~impossible to have patience 204 2, 136 | as effeminacy, which is clearly false. ~Therefore pertinacity 205 2, 162 | equal measure. But this ~is clearly untrue, since some die sooner, 206 2, 169 | able to prophesy, which is clearly false. For ~Gregory says ( 207 2, 170 | whenever it willed," which is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 208 2, 173 | things of God . . . are clearly seen, being understood by 209 2, 173 | resurrection, and this ~clearly was not the case. Therefore 210 2, 173 | clarity." But ~Augustine clearly comes to an opposite decision, 211 2, 178 | things of God . . . ~are clearly seen, being understood by 212 2, 178 | error, even as there is clearly no ~error in the understanding 213 2, 179 | the man who is able most clearly and quickly to grasp the ~ 214 2, 179 | enables a man to see more clearly in judging of what is ~to 215 2, 179 | knowledge," thus ~stating clearly that teaching belongs to 216 2, 179 | object. Hence this argument ~clearly considers the matter of 217 2, 180 | This may be ~expressed more clearly: Let perfect works follow 218 2, 182 | quoted from Augustine also clearly refers to ~the question 219 2, 182 | sacred orders, they are clearly promoted to something better, 220 2, 186 | one reads?" Hence it is clearly fitting that a religious ~ 221 3, 1 | things of God . . . are clearly seen, being understood ~ 222 3, 2 | this, for three reasons, is clearly erroneous. First, because 223 3, 10 | the Divine Essence more ~clearly than does any other creature?~ 224 3, 11 | comprehensor, as will be more clearly shown (Q[15], ~A[10]). Especially 225 3, 16 | Persons is man; and this is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 226 3, 16 | every man is God - which is ~clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 227 3, 22 | were to Christ, the more clearly they signified ~Him; as 228 3, 27 | and by symbols, and most clearly foreshadowed by his own ~ 229 3, 27 | closely united to Him by clearly foreshadowing His sanctification, 230 3, 28 | Adversus Helvid. x]: which is clearly false, since ~according 231 3, 30 | sleep" (Mt. 1:20), which was clearly an ~imaginary vision. Therefore 232 3, 31 | God's election was most clearly made manifest, according ~ 233 3, 31 | kings (2 Kgs. 5:14) were clearly ~brothers.~Aquin.: SMT TP 234 3, 32 | the Virgin: and this is clearly false. Therefore we should ~ 235 3, 34 | God in His Essence more clearly than other creatures.~Aquin.: 236 3, 35 | Jesus Christ," which is ~clearly expressed Mt. 1:18. Therefore, 237 3, 38 | rites of the ~Law. as is clearly stated Malachi 4:4: "Remember 238 3, 39 | with a ~baptism which He clearly needed not, that men who 239 3, 42 | disciples apart: as ~is seen clearly in the sermon at the Supper. 240 3, 44 | that ~he saw all things clearly." It is clear from this 241 3, 44 | five loaves": ~and it is clearly by a process of transformation 242 3, 46 | And this comes out more clearly from Mk. 14:12: "On the 243 3, 46 | crucified: ~and it is most clearly shown that they crucified 244 3, 60 | invisible things of God are clearly seen being understood by ~ 245 3, 60 | occasions deception: this is clearly seen in equivocal words. 246 3, 60 | did not signify Christ so clearly as the sacraments of the 247 3, 60 | because then ~the sacrament is clearly rendered invalid. Now it 248 3, 61 | the ~Passion of Christ: as clearly appears in the Paschal Lamb 249 3, 66 | number to be baptized, as was clearly the case in Acts 2 ~and 250 3, 66 | Christ's burial is more clearly represented by immersion: ~ 251 3, 66 | fashion, albeit not so clearly; for no matter how the washing 252 3, 68 | wished to be baptized: which clearly indicates ~contempt of the 253 3, 70 | Baptism; although less clearly figurative of Baptism, as 254 3, 71 | previously exorcized; which is clearly false. Therefore what is 255 3, 71 | mere signs. But this is clearly false; since in ~exorcizing, 256 3, 77 | individual, but general, which is clearly false, because thus they ~ 257 3, 86 | so that he saw all things clearly." Now the ~enlightenment 258 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As clearly shown above (A[2], ad 1), 259 Suppl, 12| but to make satisfaction clearly points to equality between ~ 260 Suppl, 14| charity avail nothing, as is clearly stated 1 Cor. ~13:3, "If 261 Suppl, 29| the bishop. But this is clearly false since we proved when 262 Suppl, 42| 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: As was clearly stated, matrimony was not 263 Suppl, 51| afterwards. Yet both are clearly to be excused from sin ( 264 Suppl, 53| without a sin, for this is clearly ~against his vow of continence, 265 Suppl, 71| of the Church whereby she clearly approves of the custom ~ 266 Suppl, 71| unanointed and as not ~seeing clearly."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 267 Suppl, 72| precede the judgment. This can clearly be gathered from the ~fact 268 Suppl, 72| above (AA[1],4); it can clearly be gathered that this burning, 269 Suppl, 74| natural ~reason are much more clearly and certainly known to the 270 Suppl, 77| changed ~into seed, will clearly rise again in the first 271 Suppl, 79| is illumined, ~the more clearly are objects seen through 272 Suppl, 80| souls [animam]: and this is clearly false.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 273 Suppl, 87| of the judicial ~power is clearly expressed. This power is 274 Suppl, 87| The wicked will know most clearly that Christ is God, not ~ 275 Suppl, 89| stronger sight sees more clearly. Consequently in that ~vision 276 Suppl, 89| intellect will see God so clearly, that God ~will be perceived 277 Suppl, 89| new earth, as to see most clearly God ~everywhere present, 278 Suppl, 89| shows a ~thing forth more clearly than any other image thereof. 279 Suppl, 89| represents all things more ~clearly than the active intellect. 280 Suppl, 89| Divine essence the more clearly: and ~hence it is that one 281 Suppl, 89| soul, ~however, will see clearly all things therein, even 282 Suppl, 92| called a dowry. But this is clearly contrary to what jurists ~ 283 Suppl, 94| darkness, ~that nothing be seen clearly, and that only such things 284 Suppl, 94| of ~Sentent. iv, D, 44, clearly admits (De Civ. Dei xxi, 285 Suppl, 96| reasons. First because it is ~clearly contrary to the authority 286 Suppl, 96| other crimes. But ~this is clearly contrary to Holy Writ, for 287 Appen2, 1| answer that, Nothing is clearly stated in Scripture about


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