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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Further, knowledge can be concerned only with being, for nothing ~ 2 1, 1 | doctrine, not ~because it is concerned with them principally, but 3 1, 1 | Every practical science is concerned with human ~operations; 4 1, 1 | operations; as moral science is concerned with human acts, and ~architecture 5 1, 1 | sacred doctrine is chiefly concerned ~with God, whose handiwork 6 1, 1 | practical because it ~is more concerned with divine things than 7 1, 7 | iii. ~But contraries are concerned about one and the same thing. 8 1, 17 | falsity of the intellect is concerned essentially only with ~the 9 1, 18 | rules the art that is only ~concerned with preparing the material 10 1, 19 | operation and permission are concerned ~with these.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 19 | that counsel is not only concerned with the ~obtaining of greater 12 1, 21 | of the moral virtues are concerned with the ~passions, as temperance 13 1, 21 | certain moral virtues are concerned with works of giving ~and 14 1, 22 | providence is immediately concerned with all things?~(4) Whether 15 1, 22 | anything eternal, for it is concerned with existing things that 16 1, 22 | with which its action is concerned.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 17 1, 32 | which consists in its being ~concerned with invisible things, that 18 1, 44 | sciences and definitions are concerned with species ~themselves, 19 1, 44 | science and definition is concerned only ~with beings, still 20 1, 47 | Likewise when operation is concerned, if the ~means be equal, 21 1, 63 | But spiritual sins are concerned with the spirit, ~just as 22 1, 69 | the third day, which is concerned with ~the work of formation.~ 23 1, 70 | as far as the senses are concerned, its apparent size is greater.~ 24 1, 74 | days' work, because this is concerned with the ~distinction of 25 1, 76 | as far as its essence is ~concerned, is equally disposed to 26 1, 77 | the present question ~is concerned, when it is said that the 27 1, 45 | sciences and definitions are concerned with species ~themselves, 28 1, 45 | science and definition is concerned only ~with beings, still 29 1, 48 | Likewise when operation is concerned, if the ~means be equal, 30 1, 64 | But spiritual sins are concerned with the spirit, ~just as 31 1, 70 | the third day, which is concerned with ~the work of formation.~ 32 1, 71 | as far as the senses are concerned, its apparent size is greater.~ 33 1, 73 | days' work, because this is concerned with the ~distinction of 34 1, 75 | as far as its essence is ~concerned, is equally disposed to 35 1, 76 | the present question ~is concerned, when it is said that the 36 1, 80 | while the irascible is concerned with what is harmful, it ~ 37 1, 83 | Further, the intellect is concerned with things that are ~necessary 38 1, 84 | every science would not be concerned with objects outside the ~ 39 1, 88 | its natural ~knowledge is concerned. But the knowledge of glory 40 1, 92 | of the reason ~which is concerned with temporal things, "although 41 1, 94 | Further, some virtues are concerned with the passions which 42 1, 94 | Mercy, ~too, is a virtue concerned with unhappiness. But in 43 1, 103 | their mode of ~existence is concerned, they are not entirely reduced 44 2, 2 | the multitude of ~fools is concerned, who know no other than 45 2, 2 | the proposed objection is concerned, happiness is ~loved above 46 2, 3 | speculative ~intellect is more concerned with things outside man; 47 2, 3 | practical intellect is concerned with things belonging to 48 2, 6 | operations and acts are concerned with things singular, ~consequently 49 2, 6 | done. For, since acts are concerned with singulars; ~and the 50 2, 9 | is that the art which is ~concerned with the end, by its command 51 2, 9 | command moves the art which is concerned ~with the means; just as 52 2, 13 | Therefore choice is not only concerned with ~human acts.~Aquin.: 53 2, 13 | Therefore choice is not concerned with human acts alone.~Aquin.: 54 2, 13 | Therefore choice is not concerned with human acts alone.~Aquin.: 55 2, 13 | as the act of choosing is concerned, ~whether one choose that 56 2, 13 | our choice is always concerned ~with our actions. Now whatever 57 2, 14 | done; because actions are ~concerned with contingent singulars, 58 2, 14 | the ~inquiry of counsel is concerned, properly speaking, with 59 2, 14 | his friend, as though it concerned ~himself; or after the manner 60 2, 14 | things with which action is ~concerned. But singulars are infinite. 61 2, 15 | hence the ~art which is concerned with the end is called the 62 2, 18 | as far as its ~species is concerned, it is neither good nor 63 2, 18 | as far as his species is ~concerned, is neither white nor black; 64 2, 21 | as the action itself is concerned.~ 65 2, 32 | we who feel pleasure are concerned, change ~is pleasant to 66 2, 34 | Further, "virtue and art are concerned about the difficult and ~ 67 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 3: Art is not concerned with all kinds of good, 68 2, 35 | virtuous: since ~"virtue is concerned with the difficult and the 69 2, 35 | overcome by that which is concerned with the dangers of ~death. 70 2, 35 | evil." Hence sorrow may be concerned for an object foreign to 71 2, 36 | movement of the ~appetite is concerned, it makes a difference which 72 2, 37 | movement of the appetite is concerned, ~contraction and depression 73 2, 39 | individually - for actions ~are concerned about individuals - that 74 2, 39 | Dei xiv, 15), "sorrow is ~concerned about those things which 75 2, 46 | as when the ~appetite is concerned with some good or evil being 76 2, 47 | so far as he himself is concerned, he acts against God in 77 2, 51 | possible" intellect is concerned. But with regard to the 78 2, 54 | above all, the virtues ~are concerned, as is evident from what 79 2, 54 | such as we are chiefly ~concerned with at present, is a perfection 80 2, 55 | matter "about which" it is concerned, and ~matter "in which" 81 2, 55 | matter about which ~virtue is concerned is its object, and this 82 2, 56 | moral ~virtues which are concerned with the passions are in 83 2, 56 | and fortitude, which are ~concerned with the human passions, 84 2, 57 | speculative ~faculty, is concerned with exterior work, to which 85 2, 57 | things with which it is concerned. But ~perfection and rectitude 86 2, 57 | thing moved: and art is concerned with the making of ~things. 87 2, 60 | matter about ~which virtue is concerned: and in this sense those 88 2, 67 | far as the phantasms are concerned, which are the ~quasi-material 89 2, 68 | fortitude and counsel are concerned with ~difficult matters, 90 2, 68 | matter: for ~counsel is only concerned with matters of difficulty ( 91 2, 68 | counsel and ~fortitude are concerned with matters of difficulty, 92 2, 68 | knowledge and ~piety are concerned with ordinary matters. Hence 93 2, 69 | the first three beatitudes concerned the ~withdrawal of man from 94 2, 73 | matter about which an act is ~concerned, yet it has the character 95 2, 73 | person, so far as ~he is concerned, disturbs him internally 96 2, 79 | the sun, so far as ~it is concerned, enlightens all bodies, 97 2, 90 | But human actions ~are concerned with particular matters. 98 2, 90 | OBJ 2: Actions are indeed concerned with particular matters: 99 2, 91 | The practical reason is concerned with practical matters, ~ 100 2, 91 | the speculative reason is concerned. Wherefore human laws cannot ~ 101 2, 92 | the precepts of law are concerned with human acts, in which 102 2, 94 | which human actions are concerned: and ~consequently, although 103 2, 95 | wherefore human ~law is not concerned with necessity of this kind. 104 2, 97 | therefore, as far as itself is concerned, always remains right. But 105 2, 99 | Hence human ~laws have not concerned themselves with the institution 106 2, 102 | impure. But as far as God is concerned, no bodily thing is ~reputed 107 2, 102 | Old Law, certain things concerned the whole people in general; 108 2, 104 | institution. Now God is concerned not only with the ~sacrifices 109 2, 106 | because as far ~as it is concerned it gives man sufficient 110 2, 107 | and because His works were concerned with the salvation of man, 111 2, 107 | while the ~Pharisees were concerned for the well-being of animals 112 2, 107 | precepts of the Law are concerned. One is on the part of the ~ 113 2, 4 | intellect, since this is not concerned ~with things to be sought 114 2, 8 | because sensitive knowledge is concerned with ~external sensible 115 2, 8 | about which actions are concerned. ~Therefore understanding, 116 2, 8 | virtue of understanding is concerned with none but necessary 117 2, 8 | the ~gift of understanding concerned with none but necessary 118 2, 8 | practical intellect is concerned, do not surpass natural 119 2, 8 | which human actions are concerned are not ~surpassingly exalted 120 2, 8 | knowledge, in that wisdom is concerned with ~judgment, while understanding 121 2, 8 | gift of understanding is ~concerned not only with speculative, 122 2, 9 | 14) that ~"knowledge is concerned with the actions in which 123 2, 9 | But the knowledge which is concerned about actions is practical. ~ 124 2, 9 | speculative intellect is not concerned about ~things to be sought 125 2, 11 | consequence, so far as faith is concerned, or even in matters of ~ 126 2, 13 | whereby, so far as it is ~concerned, it can be turned to good. 127 2, 14 | namely gluttony and lust, are concerned with pleasures ~of touch 128 2, 15 | than ~learning, because it concerned the learned, who were not 129 2, 15 | the other hand learning concerned the people of ~lower degree, 130 2, 16 | Now ~a moral virtue is concerned with things ruled by reason, 131 2, 16 | a theological virtue is ~concerned with the First Rule not 132 2, 18 | Nevertheless, pleasure is not ~concerned, as exaltation is, with 133 2, 22 | The virtue or art which is concerned about the last end, ~commands 134 2, 22 | virtues or arts which are concerned about other ends which are 135 2, 25 | Every man is immediately concerned with the care of his own ~ 136 2, 31 | counsel and ~choice are concerned. Nevertheless when, guided 137 2, 41 | does not, so far as he is concerned, afford an occasion of ~ 138 2, 45 | Offic. i, 24): "Prudence is concerned ~with the quest of truth, 139 2, 45 | about which actions are ~concerned.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 140 2, 45 | Reason first and chiefly is concerned with universals, and ~yet 141 2, 45 | contingent things, art being concerned with "things made," that ~ 142 2, 45 | forth; and prudence, being concerned with "things done," that 143 2, 45 | art, or power that is ~concerned about the end, to command 144 2, 45 | virtues or arts that are ~concerned about the means. Now prudence 145 2, 45 | monastic economy" ~which is concerned with things affecting the 146 2, 47 | about which counsel is concerned, as stated in Ethic. ~vi, 147 2, 47 | 47], A[3]) prudence is ~concerned with particular matters 148 2, 47 | Reply OBJ 1: Shrewdness is concerned with the discovery of the 149 2, 47 | things with which prudence is concerned, are ~contingent matters 150 2, 48 | of the ~prudence which is concerned with the state one kind 151 2, 49 | deliberating well) is concerned with counsel, which implies ~ 152 2, 49 | such ~things reason is not concerned, as stated in Phys. ii, 153 2, 50 | directly, because it is concerned about the same things.~Aquin.: 154 2, 51 | general virtue: since it is concerned with special acts, namely 155 2, 56 | another. Therefore justice is ~concerned only about our dealings 156 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 3: Justice is concerned about external things, not 157 2, 56 | moral ~virtues are chiefly concerned with the passions, the regulation 158 2, 59 | commutative justice, which is concerned about the ~mutual dealings 159 2, 62 | The ministry of clerics is concerned with better things ~than 160 2, 63 | so far as the woman is concerned, ~for it would be more grievous, 161 2, 77 | other ~moral virtues are concerned with the passions wherein 162 2, 77 | the other hand justice is concerned with operations and ~external 163 2, 79 | because the virtue which is ~concerned with the end, commands the 164 2, 79 | commands the virtues which are concerned with the ~means. Accordingly " 165 2, 85 | because so far as ~he is concerned he has defrauded the Church: 166 2, 92 | since, so far as he is concerned, he disturbs the ~whole 167 2, 92 | since, so far as he is ~concerned, he sets up another God 168 2, 97 | irreverence. ~Hence, so far he is concerned, he violates the sacred 169 2, 98 | authority of ~the parties concerned without danger of committing 170 2, 101 | honor, so far as God is concerned, may consist of the mere 171 2, 106 | justice; while so far as it is concerned in defending ~the rights 172 2, 107 | alone, for the latter are concerned ~with the use of the external 173 2, 112 | iv, 6), this virtue ~is concerned about the joys and sorrows 174 2, 115 | Therefore ~liberality is concerned with giving and spending, 175 2, 115 | is; secondly, ~that it is concerned with external things, and 176 2, 118 | actions, with which laws are concerned, are composed ~of contingent 177 2, 121 | fortitude is not properly concerned with death in battle.~Aquin.: 178 2, 121 | 9), "fortitude is more concerned to allay fear, than to ~ 179 2, 121 | operation of fortitude is not concerned with sudden ~happenings.~ 180 2, 121 | operation of ~fortitude is not concerned with sudden happenings.~ 181 2, 124 | 123], A[3]), fortitude is concerned ~about fear and daring. 182 2, 124 | matter about which it is concerned. Hence it belongs to fortitude ~ 183 2, 125 | 3: Further, fortitude is concerned about fear and daring, as 184 2, 125 | matter about which it is ~concerned. Wherefore every vice that 185 2, 125 | virtue of fortitude which is concerned ~about fear and daring, 186 2, 126 | liberality; since both are concerned ~about money, and "a magnificent 187 2, 126 | with which ~fortitude is concerned, without excessive sorrow, 188 2, 132 | about which the virtue is concerned, and ~another difficulty 189 2, 132 | the need for two virtues, concerned about money and its use; ~ 190 2, 134 | with which temperance ~is concerned, withdraw man from good 191 2, 134 | these evils fortitude ~is concerned. Hence it is clear that 192 2, 135 | perseverance, so far as it is concerned, ~inclines one to persevere: 193 2, 135 | into ~sin, so far as he is concerned man makes himself to be 194 2, 137 | counsel, which seems to be concerned ~chiefly with the greater 195 2, 139 | about which temperance is concerned have a most ~disturbing 196 2, 139 | bestows firmness, is chiefly concerned with the passion, viz. fear, 197 2, 139 | of moderation, is chiefly concerned with ~those passions that 198 2, 139 | determinate matter, but as ~concerned with the moderation of reason, 199 2, 139 | with which temperance ~is concerned, both because these pleasures 200 2, 140 | about which intemperance is concerned, are ~always to be thwarted 201 2, 145 | that matter. Now fasting is concerned with food, ~wherein the 202 2, 147 | reason sobriety is especially concerned with drink, not any kind 203 2, 147 | wherefore sobriety is especially concerned with drink.~Aquin.: SMT 204 2, 147 | virtue. ~For abstinence is concerned with both meat and drink. 205 2, 151 | Therefore lust is especially concerned with such like ~pleasures.~ 206 2, 151 | Moreover, virtue is not concerned with the amount of pleasure 207 2, 152 | vice. Now lust is a ~sin concerned with venereal matter, as 208 2, 155 | meekness, which is directly concerned with ~the passion of anger; 209 2, 155 | Further, temperance is concerned with concupiscences; whereas ~ 210 2, 157 | 3: Further, clemency is concerned with the infliction of punishment, ~ 211 2, 158 | for ~liberality, which is concerned with ordinary expenditure. 212 2, 158 | wherefore temperance is more concerned with strong passions, and 213 2, 158 | outward works, it will ~not be concerned with inward passions.~Aquin.: 214 2, 159 | that humility is chiefly concerned ~with knowledge, whereby 215 2, 159 | Therefore ~humility is concerned, not with the desire but 216 2, 159 | parade." Therefore it is not concerned with the movement ~of the 217 2, 159 | humility is essentially ~concerned with knowledge.~Aquin.: 218 2, 160 | humility, which, ~in a way, is concerned about the same matter as 219 2, 164 | foremost; thus fortitude is concerned about ~dangers of death, 220 2, 164 | that man's ~thoughts are concerned about things that foster 221 2, 165 | and taste. Now the vice ~concerned about objects of touch and 222 2, 166 | there is ~a moral virtue concerned with the direction of these 223 2, 166 | Now the sacred doctrine is concerned with things of the ~greatest 224 2, 169 | Hence, thirdly, prophecy is concerned with the working of ~miracles, 225 2, 169 | invisible to man, it is ~not concerned with the knowledge of the 226 2, 176 | as the sinner's merit is ~concerned; yet it is sometimes granted, 227 2, 178 | by the virtues ~that are concerned with the passions which 228 2, 178 | contemplation of truth; others are concerned with deducing from the ~ 229 2, 179 | of ~the active life are concerned. Nevertheless the external 230 2, 179 | matter, in so far as it is concerned with the consideration and 231 2, 180 | active life is more directly concerned with the love ~of our neighbor, 232 2, 182 | that so far as men are concerned, in order that ~any one 233 2, 182 | OBJ 6: Further, virtue "is concerned with the difficult and the 234 2, 185 | case, so far as they are ~concerned, they would be thwarting 235 2, 186 | Further, the active life is concerned with the present world. 236 2, 186 | life, in so far as they are concerned in ~helping our neighbor 237 2, 187 | is bound, so far as he is concerned, by his vow; yet this obligation ~ 238 3, 7 | that evil which fear is ~concerned with, but the pre-eminence 239 3, 30 | which matter his dignity is concerned, his inferior powers are 240 3, 37 | the general precept which concerned all, when he ~says (Lk. 241 3, 49 | cleansing of the individual is concerned. Nevertheless the faith 242 3, 52 | were purely personal, and concerned the individual; whereas ~ 243 3, 55 | as the state of glory is concerned, that the female sex shall 244 3, 57 | so far as the worker is concerned, still the effect thereof ~ 245 3, 64 | as the man who sins is ~concerned, although holy things in 246 3, 66 | seal, so far as itself is concerned, safeguards the soul in 247 3, 67 | essentials of the ~sacrament are concerned, any water will suffice, 248 3, 67 | and each, so far as he is concerned, would baptize. Nor would 249 3, 68 | therefore, as far as she is ~concerned, she does not intend to 250 3, 69 | the fire, as far as it is concerned, sends forth its heat ~equally 251 3, 79 | least so far as the body ~is concerned.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 252 3, 79 | as far as its power is concerned, not only is the habit of ~ 253 3, 80 | far as the sacrament is ~concerned, is not the principle of 254 3, 80 | doing, so far as he is ~concerned, makes others, either the 255 3, 80 | so far as the ~precept is concerned, whether he has slept after 256 3, 82 | far as ~the mass itself is concerned, the mass of a wicked priest 257 3, 87 | things, so far as they are concerned, conduce to ~the remission 258 3, 89 | of the other virtues is concerned, the ~penitent performs 259 3, 89 | another to ask for him, what concerned him, but ~henceforth asks 260 3, 89 | thus, so far as they ~are concerned, even after they have been 261 Suppl, 2 | contingents, in so ~far as it is concerned with acts, but not with 262 Suppl, 10| obstacle ~so far as he is concerned: but so far as the shame 263 Suppl, 15| from God, so far as He is concerned, yet the ~sinner, for his 264 Suppl, 17| admits them, so far as she is concerned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 265 Suppl, 20| the power of ~the keys is concerned, a priest can absolve his 266 Suppl, 20| the power of the ~keys is concerned, he can absolve from all 267 Suppl, 25| preaching, so far as he is concerned, makes faith void. and so 268 Suppl, 29| necessary for salvation or concerned the building of the ~ecclesiastical 269 Suppl, 29| essentials of the sacrament are concerned, ~the baptismal matter needs 270 Suppl, 30| as far as the ~guilt is concerned, provided there be no obstacle 271 Suppl, 30| Hence, so far as its form is concerned, this sacrament ~derives 272 Suppl, 59| sacramental essentials are concerned, it requires purity with 273 Suppl, 60| less ~motive and is less concerned with her correction. But 274 Suppl, 64| Reply OBJ 1: As far as he is concerned he does not consent, but 275 Suppl, 76| meaning of ~the Philosopher is concerned, is not to the point.~Aquin.: 276 Suppl, 77| the question at issue is concerned. It must ~accordingly be 277 Suppl, 77| OBJ 5: The embryo is not concerned with the resurrection before 278 Suppl, 77| hair, seemingly, is less concerned in the ~resurrection than 279 Suppl, 86| in so far as they were concerned ~in men's deeds.~Aquin.: 280 Suppl, 88| as their natural power is concerned, and never to terminate 281 Suppl, 93| with which our actions are concerned. Wherefore the reward corresponding ~ 282 Suppl, 93| with which continence is concerned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 283 Suppl, 94| as the ~nature of fire is concerned, but there may be a difference 284 Suppl, 94| as the nature of fire is ~concerned. But whether that fire subsists 285 Suppl, 96| power of the sacrament is ~concerned, it brings us to eternal


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