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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | open to doubt had they been expressed under the figure of ~nobler 2 1, 13 | his essence; for the idea expressed by the name is the ~definition.~ 3 1, 13 | these names is perfectly expressed what He is; ~but each one 4 1, 13 | them all. And since that ~expressed by the name is the definition, 5 1, 19 | order they thought was expressed in the words "that evil 6 1, 28 | something besides the relation expressed, as master is a ~man, and 7 1, 28 | perceive the error here expressed, we must consider that in 8 1, 28 | its opposite which is not expressed ~in the name of essence. 9 1, 28 | and this is not perfectly expressed by the word ~"relation," 10 1, 29 | the essence is what is expressed by the ~definition. Now, 11 1, 29 | what has ~been divinely expressed to us by the oracles." But 12 1, 29 | the name "person" is ~not expressed to us in the Old or New 13 1, 29 | relation as such, but as expressed by way ~of a hypostasis. 14 1, 29 | in God the hypostasis is expressed as distinct by the ~relation: 15 1, 29 | sometimes to the nature expressed by ~the definition, as when 16 1, 31 | dissimilar; ~which is not expressed by the term "other" [alius]; 17 1, 31 | essence is ~properly and aptly expressed by the neuter gender, but 18 1, 31 | masculine ~and feminine is expressed the determined subject in 19 1, 34 | Whether in the name of Word is expressed relation to creatures?~Aquin.: 20 1, 34 | All these truths cannot be expressed by only one name.~Aquin.: 21 1, 35 | to the image," whereby is expressed a certain movement of ~tendency 22 1, 36 | what has been divinely ~expressed to us by the sacred oracles." 23 1, 36 | do not ~find it verbally expressed in Holy Scripture that the 24 1, 37 | a ~relation to the thing expressed by word, or loved. But in 25 1, 37 | of the Word to the ~thing expressed by the Word.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 37 | and conversely, there is expressed in the Holy ~Ghost, as Love, 27 1, 39 | Doctors ~have sometimes expressed themselves with greater 28 1, 39 | the essential attributes expressed in the abstract ~signify 29 1, 39 | attributes, especially when expressed in ~the abstract, are not 30 1, 41 | essence, there is nothing expressed ~to warrant the distinction 31 1, 42 | equal to the Father. This is expressed by Athanasius, "Equal ~to 32 1, 42 | is His essence. This is ~expressed by Hilary (De Trin. v), " 33 1, 57 | dispositions, not only ~when expressed by speech, but even when 34 1, 63 | which the highest angel expressed ~his affection by intelligible 35 1, 65 | and the work of adornment, expressed thus, ~"Let there be lights 36 1, 66 | material distinction is expressed, ~as will be shown later ( 37 1, 74 | done," some act of God is expressed by some such words as, " 38 1, 75 | person of the foolish, as ~expressed in the words of Wisdom 2. 39 1, 37 | a ~relation to the thing expressed by word, or loved. But in 40 1, 37 | of the Word to the ~thing expressed by the Word.~Aquin.: SMT 41 1, 37 | and conversely, there is expressed in the Holy ~Ghost, as Love, 42 1, 39 | Doctors ~have sometimes expressed themselves with greater 43 1, 39 | the essential attributes expressed in the abstract ~signify 44 1, 39 | attributes, especially when expressed in ~the abstract, are not 45 1, 41 | essence, there is nothing expressed ~to warrant the distinction 46 1, 42 | equal to the Father. This is expressed by Athanasius, "Equal ~to 47 1, 42 | is His essence. This is ~expressed by Hilary (De Trin. v), " 48 1, 58 | dispositions, not only ~when expressed by speech, but even when 49 1, 64 | which the highest angel expressed ~his affection by intelligible 50 1, 66 | and the work of adornment, expressed thus, ~"Let there be lights 51 1, 67 | material distinction is expressed, ~as will be shown later ( 52 1, 73 | done," some act of God is expressed by some such words as, " 53 1, 74 | person of the foolish, as ~expressed in the words of Wisdom 2. 54 1, 78 | they say, ~comes speech expressed by the tongue." Therefore 55 1, 83 | sluggishness, as the Platonists expressed it, and by ~forgetfulness, 56 1, 84 | division, or a composition, expressed by a word. Wherefore the 57 1, 84 | that "the indivisible is ~expressed as a privation." But privation 58 1, 90 | Whose image ~is more clearly expressed in man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 59 1, 90 | the senses which are there expressed; therefore Scripture ~says 60 1, 93 | image is the more clearly ~expressed. Thus God is seen in a much 61 1, 102 | must be by ~one. This is expressed by the Philosopher (Metaph. 62 1, 105 | universal. This ~is thus expressed by Dionysius (Coel. Hier. 63 1, 107 | from the excess of charity, expressed by the word ardor or fire. 64 1, 107 | accordingly as this name expressed a certain strength, giving ~ 65 2, 3 | perfect good. But Aristotle expressed the ~very essence of happiness, 66 2, 11 | we were to ~say that he expressed his enjoyment of his brother 67 2, 17 | and this intimation is expressed by a verb in the ~indicative 68 2, 17 | and this intimation is expressed by a verb in the ~imperative 69 2, 26 | love" and "dilection" are expressed by way of ~act or passion; 70 2, 55 | always referred ~to evil, is expressed in the words "by which we 71 2, 55 | definition applies; and this is expressed in the words "which God 72 2, 63 | weight, ~and measure," as expressed in Wis. 11:21, man's good 73 2, 63 | introduced into the difference expressed in ~a definition involves 74 2, 89 | precept, which the Lord expressed ~by saying (Zach. 1:3): " 75 2, 93 | itself, and that which is expressed by the ~word. For the spoken 76 2, 93 | to the works of God, are ~expressed by this Word, as Augustine 77 2, 93 | And ~among other things expressed by this Word, the eternal 78 2, 93 | the eternal law itself is ~expressed thereby. Nor does it follow 79 2, 95 | necessary, useful; clearly ~expressed, lest by its obscurity it 80 2, 95 | Because he had previously ~expressed the quality of law in three 81 2, 95 | the ~common good, this is expressed in the last part of the 82 2, 97 | consent of the whole people expressed by a custom counts far more 83 2, 99 | more when they are not only expressed in words, ~but also offered 84 2, 99 | not only by similitudes expressed in words, as in the ~case 85 2, 99 | the moral precepts are ~expressed by way of absolute command 86 2, 99 | commandments"; because ~they are expressed by way of inducement and 87 2, 102 | thereof, the wisdom which was ~expressed on the tables (of the Law) 88 2, 102 | the houses of idols, as expressed in the commandment of the 89 2, 103 | after Him, the same faith is expressed in ~different words, by 90 2, 106 | state will be done away as expressed in that very passage (1 91 2, 107 | 1/1~On the contrary, As expressed in Ezech. 1:16, there was " 92 2, 107 | admonitions or precepts, where He ~expressed Himself by saying: 'But 93 2, 1 | the symbol of faith to be expressed in the words: "I ~believe 94 2, 1 | Therefore the latter is expressed inadequately.~Aquin.: SMT 95 2, 1 | the confession of faith is expressed in a ~symbol, in a manner 96 2, 2 | In how many ways is it expressed?~(3) Whether it is necessary 97 2, 2 | the Trinity of Persons is ~expressed in many ways; thus at the 98 2, 5 | the prophets heard, as expressed by the Ps. 84:9: "I will 99 2, 11 | incorrectly or carelessly expressed, ~we beg that it may be 100 2, 12 | prohibition ~of unbelief, expressed by the words: "I am the 101 2, 16 | Hence ~an act of faith is expressed in the act of hope.~Aquin.: 102 2, 30 | the dead; all of which are expressed in the following verse: " 103 2, 42 | intellect to God, and this is expressed in the ~words "with thy 104 2, 42 | our neighbor is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 105 2, 42 | neighbor is ~unfittingly expressed. For the love of charity 106 2, 42 | this precept is unfittingly expressed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 107 2, 42 | This precept is fittingly expressed, for it indicates ~both 108 2, 42 | love out of ~charity is expressed in Holy Writ. For when we 109 2, 43 | to wisdom. The reward is expressed in ~the words, "they shall 110 2, 55 | prudence. If this rule be ~expressed in writing it is called 111 2, 60 | the deed. All these are expressed as follows:~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 62 | useful to ~others. This is expressed in Ps. 48:21: "Man, when 113 2, 68 | precept ~of the decalogue is expressed in this form when it is 114 2, 74 | assertion, as when a thing is expressed in the ~indicative mood: 115 2, 74 | who desires that which is expressed in ~words; and for this 116 2, 74 | while the cursing which is ~expressed by way of command, since 117 2, 76 | some agreement tacit or expressed, but ~as a gratuity: since, 118 2, 76 | been an agreement tacit or expressed, to expect or exact repayment 119 2, 81 | religion, which precept is expressed in Mt. 7:7, where it is 120 2, 81 | prayer for vengeance is expressed ~not in words but in their 121 2, 81 | Wherefore the first petition is expressed thus: "Hallowed be Thy ~ 122 2, 81 | loses its ~secrecy by being expressed vocally. Therefore prayer 123 2, 82 | the mind, and secondarily ~expressed in words, as stated above ( 124 2, 86 | man and man can only be expressed in words ~or any other outward 125 2, 102 | of any superior, whether expressed or ~inferred, namely, a 126 2, 108 | what words that sense is ~expressed." Hence it is evident, as 127 2, 109 | but by his mouth the Lord expressed what He ~was about to do. 128 2, 120 | the decalogue is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 129 2, 120 | decalogue is unfittingly ~expressed. For man is more bound to 130 2, 120 | man honors his father, is expressed affirmatively in these ~ 131 2, 120 | whereby all honor God, be expressed ~affirmatively, especially 132 2, 120 | precept is unfittingly ~expressed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 133 2, 120 | the decalogue is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 134 2, 120 | decalogue is unfittingly ~expressed. For this precept, "Thou 135 2, 120 | which are many. Hence it is expressed in the singular: "Thou shalt ~ 136 2, 120 | the Sabbath, is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 137 2, 120 | Sabbath, is unfittingly expressed. For this, understood ~spiritually, 138 2, 120 | Sabbath is unfittingly ~expressed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 139 2, 120 | s parents, is fittingly ~expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 140 2, 120 | parents, ~is unfittingly expressed. For this is the precept 141 2, 120 | decalogue are fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 142 2, 120 | decalogue are ~unfittingly expressed. For it is not sufficient 143 2, 120 | precepts are unfittingly expressed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 144 2, 120 | precepts are unfittingly ~expressed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 145 2, 122 | outward ~profession, which is expressed not only by words, whereby 146 2, 150 | The material element is expressed ~indirectly by the words " 147 2, 151 | account of the sentiments expressed by his words, for through 148 2, 152 | especially if the betrothal be expressed by words in ~the present 149 2, 152 | nakedness," and ~the same is expressed further on with regard to 150 2, 156 | anger may be considered, as expressed in words: and thus a ~twofold 151 2, 169 | and states of life, as expressed in Eph. 4:11, "And He gave 152 2, 170 | the thing ~prophesied is expressed; and so the Divine operation 153 2, 172 | David more fully knew and expressed the ~mysteries of Christ' 154 2, 176 | any previous prayer being expressed, as when ~Peter by upbraiding 155 2, 180 | in Joan.): "This may be ~expressed more clearly: Let perfect 156 2, 182 | perfection, since it is thus ~expressed: "If thou wilt be perfect, 157 2, 184 | orally by a superior, or ~expressed in the rule, since this 158 2, 184 | of ~precept; for some are expressed under the form of ordinance 159 2, 187 | but not conversely, as expressed in the Decretal ~quoted ( 160 3, 21 | sensuality inasmuch as His prayer expressed ~the desire of His sensuality, 161 3, 35 | Christ," which is ~clearly expressed Mt. 1:18. Therefore, from 162 3, 36 | Christ's coming is thus expressed (Ps. 49:3): "God shall come 163 3, 40 | of the Lord, ~which are expressed in the decalogue." Or, according 164 3, 42 | doctrine, which ~cannot be expressed in writing; according to 165 3, 48 | single concept of thought is ~expressed in many words, in order 166 3, 49 | homage as God. And this is expressed in ~what follows: "That 167 3, 55 | the ninth occasion is expressed by Mark, 'at length when 168 3, 60 | 6) Whether signification expressed by words is necessary for 169 3, 60 | language this sense is ~expressed, the sacrament is complete.~ 170 3, 63 | a protestation of faith ~expressed by exterior signs. Consequently, 171 3, 64 | And this intention is expressed by the words which are pronounced 172 3, 64 | intention of the Church is ~expressed; and that this suffices 173 3, 64 | except the contrary be expressed on the part either of the 174 3, 66 | of ~Baptism needs to be expressed in the baptismal form. Now 175 3, 66 | Wherefore both causes should be ~expressed in the form of Baptism. 176 3, 66 | performed by the minister is expressed with the invocation of ~ 177 3, 66 | which it is done must be expressed by the words of the ~form. 178 3, 66 | the act of baptizing be ~expressed, either as we do, or as 179 3, 66 | unless the Trinity be ~expressed in sensible words. For this 180 3, 66 | Baptism. ~This is the view expressed by Augustine, who says ( 181 3, 67 | baptize thee," the intention expressed is that several concur in ~ 182 3, 67 | especially as we find the plural ~expressed in Mt. 28:19: "Baptizing 183 3, 68 | guided by their wishes ~as expressed by them when sane: so that, 184 3, 72 | person of the baptizer is expressed ~in the words: "I baptize 185 3, 72 | Blessed Trinity: and ~this is expressed in the words, "In the name 186 3, 72 | form that ~action alone is expressed which refers to the man 187 3, 72 | consequently they had to be expressed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 188 3, 75 | words it may be suitably expressed?~[*The titles of the Articles 189 3, 76 | and wine is changed, as expressed by the words of the form, ~ 190 3, 78 | minister and his act are ~expressed, when it is said, "I baptize 191 3, 78 | power, and subsequently ~expressed the form under which those 192 3, 78 | of what took place can be expressed thus: ~"Taking the bread 193 3, 78 | perfection of this ~sacrament is expressed by all those words: and 194 3, 78 | a sacrament ought to be expressed in ~its form. But the effect 195 3, 78 | Christ, and this is better ~expressed by the word "becomes" than 196 3, 78 | the conversion ought to be expressed as in ~"being," to which 197 3, 78 | since the conversion is expressed in this form as in "being," 198 3, 78 | conversion is conveniently expressed by ~the demonstrative pronoun, 199 3, 78 | the term "whereunto" is expressed by the noun signifying ~ 200 3, 78 | things the Lord's ~word is expressed by a verb in the imperative 201 3, 78 | of Christ is improperly expressed in the oblique case, and 202 3, 79 | salvation." ~And our Lord expressed both ways, saying (Mt. 26: 203 3, 80 | soul. But the Passion is expressed in the blood rather ~than 204 3, 83 | the Gospels, although not ~expressed, because He had said (Jn. 205 3, 83 | which some ~persons have expressed in verse, thus:~"The host 206 3, 84 | reality of the consecration is expressed in the words: "This is My 207 3, 84 | A[2]). This removal is ~expressed by the priest saying: "I 208 3, 84 | 2). Wherefore our Lord expressed both: ~for He said to Peter ( 209 3, 88 | repentance, and which have been expressed in the following verse:~" 210 3, 89 | holy deeds." The same is expressed (Extra, De ~Qual. Ordinand.): " 211 Suppl, 1 | penance, for it is thus expressed: "Contrition ~is voluntary 212 Suppl, 2 | 2~Further, contrition is expressed by confession. But it is 213 Suppl, 24| unless the contrary ~be expressed, or unless he ask to be 214 Suppl, 25| sometimes a distinction is expressed: thus the ~Pope at the time 215 Suppl, 27| however, the indulgence ~were expressed thus: "Whosoever does this, 216 Suppl, 29| signification cannot be expressed except by means of several 217 Suppl, 29| conferred by all, should be expressed in Holy Writ, ~as also the 218 Suppl, 29| this sacrament should be expressed by way of ~assertion or 219 Suppl, 29| this sacrament should be expressed ~by way of assertion rather 220 Suppl, 29| sureness of effect is not ~expressed in the sacramental forms 221 Suppl, 29| this ~sacrament should be expressed as an assertion.~Aquin.: 222 Suppl, 29| of the minister should be expressed in the ~sacramental forms 223 Suppl, 29| conferring a sacrament is not expressed except by an ~assertion. 224 Suppl, 29| form of this sacrament is expressed as a petition.~Aquin.: SMT 225 Suppl, 29| form of this sacrament is ~expressed as a petition.~Aquin.: SMT 226 Suppl, 29| form of this sacrament is expressed by way of a ~petition, as 227 Suppl, 29| this ~sacrament cannot be expressed in the indicative mood, 228 Suppl, 29| intention is sufficiently expressed by the act which is ~mentioned 229 Suppl, 29| cannot be implied by the ~act expressed in the form. Hence there 230 Suppl, 32| by sight and hearing; as expressed ~in the form. Therefore 231 Suppl, 34| 4) Whether its form is expressed properly?~(5) Whether this 232 Suppl, 34| this sacrament is suitably expressed?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] A[ 233 Suppl, 34| order the use of order is expressed by the ~act which is commanded; 234 Suppl, 34| the conferring of power is expressed by ~employing the imperative 235 Suppl, 34| sacraments something is expressed ~on the part of the divine 236 Suppl, 37| principal act, could not be ~expressed, either by the giving of 237 Suppl, 37| matter; and his power is expressed as to the secondary act 238 Suppl, 39| no act on their part is expressed in ~their consecration. 239 Suppl, 42| the marriage consent is expressed are the ~form of this sacrament, 240 Suppl, 42| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Adam expressed the integrity of marriage 241 Suppl, 43| of future marriage," as expressed in the words of Pope Nicholas 242 Suppl, 43| betrothal is ~sometimes expressed under a condition even of 243 Suppl, 43| Consent to conjugal union if expressed in words of the ~future 244 Suppl, 43| which, though it be not expressed in ~words, ought nevertheless 245 Suppl, 44| all of which ~could not be expressed in one word.~Aquin.: SMT 246 Suppl, 45| the consent needs to be expressed in words?~(3) Whether consent 247 Suppl, 45| the consent needs to be expressed in words?~Aquin.: SMT XP 248 Suppl, 45| need for the consent to be ~expressed in words. For a man is brought 249 Suppl, 45| even ~though it be not expressed in words. Therefore consent 250 Suppl, 45| binding even without being expressed in words.~Aquin.: SMT XP 251 Suppl, 45| also the ~consent must be expressed in words.~Aquin.: SMT XP 252 Suppl, 45| a ~marriage must also be expressed in words, so that the expression 253 Suppl, 45| Now the religious vow is expressed in words of the future ~ 254 Suppl, 45| follows that a ~consent expressed in this manner does not 255 Suppl, 45| Reply OBJ 1: When consent is expressed in words of the present 256 Suppl, 45| marriage itself that is expressed in words which refer to 257 Suppl, 45| marriage is made by consent expressed in words of the present. 258 Suppl, 45| except in so far as it is expressed in words. If then the ~expression 259 Suppl, 45| even though it ~should be expressed in words of the present, 260 Suppl, 45| of matrimony is consent expressed in words of the present. ~ 261 Suppl, 45| omit them; so, too, consent expressed ~in words of the present 262 Suppl, 46| added to the consent that is expressed in words of ~the future 263 Suppl, 46| added to the consent that is expressed in words of the ~future 264 Suppl, 46| added to a consent that is ~expressed in words of the future tense 265 Suppl, 46| oath affixed to ~a consent expressed in words of the future tense 266 Suppl, 46| by a simple ~affirmation expressed in words of the present, 267 Suppl, 46| intercourse after consent expressed in words of the future ~ 268 Suppl, 46| intercourse after consent expressed in ~words of the future 269 Suppl, 47| same as about a consent expressed in words ~of the future 270 Suppl, 49| contrary ~to these were expressed in the consent which makes 271 Suppl, 53| although ~this vow is not expressed in words, nevertheless a 272 Suppl, 55| of "affinity." This is ~expressed in the verse:~Marriage makes 273 Suppl, 55| marriage contract itself expressed ~in words of the present 274 Suppl, 55| which it is denounced, be expressed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 275 Suppl, 61| after ~consent has been expressed in words of the present. 276 Suppl, 61| by virtue of the consent expressed in words of the ~present, 277 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 4: The exception expressed in our Lord's words refers 278 Suppl, 66| in the union of minds, as expressed by the consent, and in ~ 279 Suppl, 72| designated by "earth," as expressed in Ps. 148:7,8, "Praise ~ 280 Suppl, 72| The reason for doubt is expressed in the gloss, because, to ~ 281 Suppl, 74| ad lit. iv), ~so Ezechiel expressed the various things that 282 Suppl, 84| the Judge's sentence ~as expressed in His providence.~Aquin.: 283 Suppl, 87| judicial ~power is clearly expressed. This power is in God Himself 284 Suppl, 93| consequently should not be expressed by a diminutive [*"Aureola," 285 Suppl, 95| tacitly retracts the opinion ~expressed here as to merit or demerit.].~ 286 Suppl, 95| tacitly retracts the opinion expressed ~here as to merit or demerit].~


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