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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Further, this doctrine is acquired by study, whereas wisdom 2 1, 1 | study, whereas wisdom is ~acquired by God's inspiration; so 3 1, 1 | this doctrine which is ~acquired by study, though its principles 4 1, 23 | predestination can be both acquired and lost. Therefore predestination ~ 5 1, 26 | beatitude, although not acquired by merit.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 58 | principles, when it has already acquired knowledge. As ~Augustine 7 1, 60 | the truth of infused or acquired knowledge is of another.~ 8 1, 62 | enjoys the reward. Even as in acquired habits, the operation preceding ~ 9 1, 62 | but the operation from an acquired ~habit is both perfect and 10 1, 62 | beatitude; for to pour out acquired ~perfection upon others 11 1, 66 | first, ~that beauty which it acquired when its watery veil was 12 1, 74 | succession in ~the knowledge acquired, or in the things produced. 13 1, 75 | belongs to it, which is acquired by generation ~and lost 14 1, 59 | principles, when it has already acquired knowledge. As ~Augustine 15 1, 61 | the truth of infused or acquired ~knowledge is of another.~ 16 1, 63 | enjoys the reward. Even as in acquired habits, the operation preceding ~ 17 1, 63 | but the operation from an acquired ~habit is both perfect and 18 1, 63 | beatitude; for to pour out acquired ~perfection upon others 19 1, 67 | first, ~that beauty which it acquired when its watery veil was 20 1, 73 | succession in ~the knowledge acquired, or in the things produced. 21 1, 74 | belongs to it, which is acquired by generation ~and lost 22 1, 83 | person untaught and devoid of acquired knowledge, ~answers the 23 1, 83 | applies knowledge already acquired, there is need for the act 24 1, 88 | the habits of knowledge acquired in this life remain?~(6) 25 1, 88 | habit of knowledge here acquired?~(7) Whether local distance 26 1, 88 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Knowledge acquired here by study is proper 27 1, 88 | habit of knowledge here acquired remains in the separated ~ 28 1, 88 | that the habit of knowledge acquired in this life ~does not remain 29 1, 88 | therefore, that knowledge here acquired ~remained in the separated 30 1, 88 | by death, knowledge here acquired would also ~be entirely 31 1, 88 | habit of ~knowledge here acquired must be partly in the aforesaid 32 1, 88 | actions ~whereby they are acquired" (Ethic. ii, 1). Now the 33 1, 88 | which knowledge is here acquired, are performed by the mind ~ 34 1, 88 | 3~Knowledge, therefore, acquired in the present life does 35 1, 88 | Whether the act of knowledge acquired here remains in the separated 36 1, 88 | the act of knowledge here acquired does not ~remain in the 37 1, 88 | an act of knowledge here acquired.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 38 1, 88 | by intelligible ~species acquired in this life.~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 88 | to those whereby they are acquired." But the habit ~of knowledge 40 1, 88 | the habit ~of knowledge is acquired here by acts of the intellect 41 1, 88 | produce any act of knowledge acquired in this ~life.~Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 88 | the ~intelligible species acquired in this life the soul apart 43 1, 88 | the act of knowledge here acquired remains in the ~separated 44 1, 93 | knowledge it would be either by acquired species, or by ~connatural 45 1, 93 | species. Not, however, by acquired ~species; for this kind 46 1, 93 | this kind of knowledge is acquired by experience, as stated ~ 47 1, 94 | in grace, and what they acquired afterwards by being so confirmed.~ 48 1, 96 | innocence man would have acquired immortality by ~the tree 49 1, 97 | natural to ~man was neither acquired nor forfeited by sin. Now 50 1, 100 | birth with knowledge not ~acquired through the sensitive powers. 51 1, 100 | of time they would have acquired knowledge ~without difficulty 52 1, 102 | something good possessed or acquired by us, as the buyer of a 53 1, 102 | but also as possessed or acquired or even as ~represented, 54 1, 107 | keeping of the ~knowledge acquired. A proof of this is that 55 1, 113 | or bad, is sought to be acquired ~through that knowledge; 56 1, 116 | Para. 4/5~Now knowledge is acquired in man, both from an interior 57 2, 5 | had in this life, can be ~acquired by man by his natural powers, 58 2, 12 | of the will to the end as acquired by ~the means, it is called " 59 2, 30 | iii, 11) "peculiar and ~acquired," i.e. in addition to those 60 2, 32 | wherefore the actions of habits acquired by custom, are pleasant. 61 2, 34 | use of knowledge already acquired.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 62 2, 51 | species in the same man, one acquired, the other infused. Now 63 2, 55 | virtues in general, whether acquired or ~infused.~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 56 | operation, or something acquired by an operation proceeding 65 2, 56 | nothing else than a habit acquired by use, which is like unto ~ 66 2, 63 | infusion?~(4) Whether virtue acquired by habituation, is of the 67 2, 63 | people." Now faith cannot be acquired by ~means of works, but 68 2, 63 | through faith." Therefore no acquired virtue can be ~in us by 69 2, 63 | compatible with humanly acquired virtue; because the use ~ 70 2, 63 | does not destroy a habit of acquired virtue, since it ~is not 71 2, 63 | seeds or ~principles of acquired virtue pre-exist in us by 72 2, 63 | excellent than the virtues acquired through them: thus the ~ 73 2, 63 | higher ~principles, can cause acquired human virtues.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 63 | intellectual and moral, that are acquired by ~our actions, arise from 75 2, 63 | differ in species from ~acquired virtue. Because acquired 76 2, 63 | acquired virtue. Because acquired and infused virtues, according 77 2, 63 | does not differ from the acquired virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 78 2, 63 | the act of infused ~and acquired temperance is the same, 79 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, acquired and infused virtue differ 80 2, 63 | Therefore it seems that acquired and ~infused virtue belong 81 2, 63 | Q[55], A[4]). Therefore acquired virtue, to which these ~ 82 2, 63 | evident that infused and acquired temperance differ in ~species; 83 2, 63 | 2:19), differ from the acquired virtues, ~whereby man behaves 84 2, 63 | Reply OBJ 1: Infused and acquired virtue differ not only in 85 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Both acquired and infused temperance moderate 86 2, 63 | such as those that are acquired by acts. But the ~case is 87 2, 65 | provided we speak ~of acquired virtue. Nevertheless, when 88 2, 65 | Nevertheless, when once a man has acquired those ~other virtues he 89 2, 65 | by practice, a man has acquired liberality in small gifts 90 2, 65 | Further, moral virtues can be acquired by means of human acts, 91 2, 65 | man: and when they are acquired thus, they can be without 92 2, 65 | perfectly; and cannot be acquired by human ~acts, but are 93 2, 65 | those, ~namely, that are acquired, are virtues in a restricted 94 2, 65 | of virtue in the sense of acquired ~virtue. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 95 2, 65 | not occur in respect of acquired moral virtue: ~because the 96 2, 65 | repeated acts by which they are acquired, remove also the ~contrary 97 2, 68 | not every one that had the acquired ~moral virtues, had also 98 2, 71 | other virtues. As to the acquired virtues, they are not destroyed 99 2, 71 | but is ~consistent with acquired virtue: while venial sin 100 2, 71 | virtues, whether infused or acquired.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] A[ 101 2, 73 | not destroy the habit of acquired ~virtue; though if such 102 2, 73 | contrary ~habit, the habit of acquired virtue is destroyed, the 103 2, 76 | acts, whereas grace is ~not acquired by acts, but by God's favor.~ 104 2, 78 | disposition is either a ~habit acquired by custom, or a sickly condition 105 2, 81 | knowledge of grammar that he has acquired by his ~own studies. On 106 2, 82 | habits are not infused, but acquired. Now original sin is not 107 2, 82 | infused," or a habit "acquired" (except by the act of our 108 2, 85 | begun in Him, and by ~Him acquired for us. Hence it behooves 109 2, 91 | imparted to us by nature, ~but acquired by the efforts of reason, 110 2, 92 | above (Q[63], A[2]), viz. ~acquired and infused. Now the fact 111 2, 92 | ways; for it causes the acquired ~virtue; while it disposes 112 2, 95 | perfection of virtue must be ~acquired by man by means of some 113 2, 100 | virtues, may denote either the acquired or the infused ~virtue, 114 2, 100 | stated (Q[63], A[4]). The acquired ~virtue is caused by works; 115 2, 100 | human law justify man by acquired justice: ~it is not about 116 2, 105 | Secondly, because the security acquired through the pledge is lost: 117 2, 105 | things ~which he has lately acquired, or is on the point of having, 118 2, 109 | nature, such ~as the good of acquired virtue; but not surpassing 119 2, 110 | manifest that the virtues acquired by human acts of which we 120 2, 110 | is something besides the ~acquired virtues, which are ordained 121 2, 110 | the light." For as the acquired virtues enable a man to 122 2, 113 | same instant the form is acquired, the thing begins to ~operate 123 2, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, science is acquired by reasons. Now sacred writers ~ 124 2, 4 | virtue is more perfect than acquired virtue. Now ~faith, on account 125 2, 4 | is not placed among the acquired ~intellectual virtues, as 126 2, 6 | begets in us seem to be acquired rather than infused. Therefore 127 2, 6 | and seeing, seems ~to be acquired by him. Now man attains 128 2, 6 | depends on a man's will can be acquired by ~him. But "faith depends 129 2, 6 | Therefore faith can be acquired by man.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 130 2, 8 | Now cleanness of heart is acquired by the heart being purified. ~ 131 2, 9 | and so ~human knowledge is acquired by means of demonstrative 132 2, 9 | knowledge is more excellent than acquired ~knowledge. But there is 133 2, 9 | knowledge. But there is an acquired knowledge about Divine things, 134 2, 18 | the good which we have ~acquired, with an unchangeable love, 135 2, 23 | nature, cannot be natural or acquired by the ~natural powers, 136 2, 23 | Further, just as the habits of acquired virtue are engendered by ~ 137 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 2: Even when an acquired virtue is being engendered, 138 2, 23 | It is true that virtues acquired ~through acts decrease and 139 2, 23 | human acts cease, the virtue acquired thereby decreases ~and at 140 2, 23 | charity is stronger than an acquired virtue. Now a habit ~of 141 2, 23 | virtue. Now a habit ~of acquired virtue is not destroyed 142 2, 23 | If indeed charity were an acquired habit dependent on the power 143 2, 23 | contrary act supervenes the acquired habit is not at once done ~ 144 2, 26 | Knowledge of God is indeed acquired through other things, ~but 145 2, 30 | give in alms what is thus ~acquired by an unlawful action.~Aquin.: 146 2, 34 | goods, and that others have acquired ~goods.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 147 2, 43 | differs from that which is an acquired intellectual virtue, for 148 2, 43 | wisdom in Divine things acquired through human reasons. In ~ 149 2, 43 | speak ~but that which is acquired by the study and research 150 2, 45 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Acquired prudence is caused by the 151 2, 45 | inherited from nature, but are acquired by discovery ~through experience, 152 2, 47 | 2: Further, prudence is acquired and perfected by experience, ~ 153 2, 47 | especially by old folk who have acquired a sane understanding of ~ 154 2, 47 | right estimate or opinion is acquired in two ways, both in ~practical 155 2, 50 | deliberating well), whether ~acquired or infused, directs man 156 2, 51 | this prudence ceases; but acquired prudence is not restored 157 2, 53 | adds: "This prudence is acquired by the ~young, it is learnt 158 2, 56 | and pain, as to ends to be acquired, for, ~as the Philosopher 159 2, 65 | be based on information acquired ~by him, not from his knowledge 160 2, 65 | than the information he has acquired as a ~private individual. 161 2, 75 | although the buyer has already acquired a right to them, ~the contract 162 2, 76 | likewise, whatever else is acquired from usurious money must 163 2, 76 | bound to ~restore what he acquired with it.~Aquin.: SMT SS 164 2, 76 | hold what he has lawfully acquired. ~Now that which is acquired 165 2, 76 | acquired. ~Now that which is acquired by the proceeds of usury 166 2, 76 | usury is sometimes lawfully ~acquired. Therefore it may be lawfully 167 2, 76 | received (since what is acquired by such ~things is the fruit 168 2, 76 | OBJ 2: Further, Property acquired from usury does not belong 169 2, 76 | are due to the person ~who acquired them not by reason of the 170 2, 76 | more right to the goods acquired with usurious money than 171 2, 80 | the contrary, Merits are acquired by acts as stated above ( 172 2, 82 | the ~dignity which he had acquired through Christ, whereby 173 2, 84 | made of things unjustly acquired or possessed. In the Old ~ 174 2, 85 | are payable on property acquired by one's own act, for instance 175 2, 87 | or present, has already ~acquired a certain necessity, and 176 2, 92 | sacrificed the sacrificial flesh ~acquired neither sanctification, 177 2, 93 | foreknowledge of future events acquired by ~observing the stars 178 2, 98 | after one has already ~acquired that right.~Aquin.: SMT 179 2, 98 | make a charge for what is acquired by the ~consolation of invisible 180 2, 98 | these spiritual things are ~acquired through an invisible grace. 181 2, 98 | deprived of what they have acquired by simony?~Aquin.: SMT SS 182 2, 98 | deprived of what they have acquired by ~simony. Simony is committed 183 2, 98 | cannot be lost when once ~acquired, such as all characters 184 2, 98 | deprived of ~what he has acquired simoniacally.~Aquin.: SMT 185 2, 98 | episcopal power, if ~he has acquired it by simony.~Aquin.: SMT 186 2, 98 | Yet, if a person ~who has acquired an ecclesiastical benefice 187 2, 98 | Therefore that which has ~been acquired by simony ought not always 188 2, 98 | monastic state ~which he has acquired by simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS 189 2, 98 | deprived of what he has acquired by simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS 190 2, 98 | or ~promotion that he has acquired by the bargain, but shall 191 2, 98 | dignity or cure that he has acquired with his money."~Aquin.: 192 2, 98 | retain that which he has acquired ~against the owner's will. 193 2, 98 | benefice and the fruits acquired therefrom, but also in addition 194 2, 98 | only the fruit actually acquired, but also such as could 195 2, 98 | such as could have ~been acquired by a careful possessor ( 196 2, 111 | of men" is that which is ~acquired by human reason, while the " 197 2, 115 | virtue whereby happiness is acquired. Hence the ~Philosopher 198 2, 115 | hinders those who have acquired money from using it up by 199 2, 139 | above (FS, ~Q[63], A[1]), or acquired by habituation, which virtues, 200 2, 142 | ashamed causes the habit of an acquired ~virtue whereby one avoids 201 2, 142 | as a consequence of this acquired virtue, a man would be more ~ 202 2, 154 | which proceeds from ~a habit acquired through custom: whereas 203 2, 165 | truth which the philosophers acquired ~through God revealing it 204 2, 165 | arising from ~the knowledge acquired through all the senses. 205 2, 169 | disciple who has not yet ~acquired the principles of an art 206 2, 169 | science. Now ~a man who has acquired a science knows whatever 207 2, 170 | more lofty than those ~of acquired science. Now natural indisposition 208 2, 170 | hinders the considerations ~of acquired science, since many are 209 2, 174 | to ~all things known by acquired science, for instance the 210 2, 180 | contemplative. Even thus ~habit is acquired by acts, and by the acquired 211 2, 180 | acquired by acts, and by the acquired habit one acts yet more ~ 212 2, 181 | would seem that a state is acquired by every virtuous ~action.~ 213 2, 182 | spiritual perfection is acquired by ~spiritual growth. Now 214 2, 182 | heirs their personal or acquired property, and whatever ~ 215 2, 183 | heirs their personal or ~acquired property, and whatever belongs 216 2, 184 | habits, and when we have acquired the habit ~we are best able 217 2, 184 | those who ~have already acquired perfection are most ready 218 2, 186 | that to keep what one has ~acquired at a fitting time for one' 219 3, 9 | 4) Whether He had any acquired knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT TP 220 3, 9 | to knowledge, which is acquired by demonstration, yet, when 221 3, 9 | yet, when this has been ~acquired, there may still remain 222 3, 9 | 1~Whether Christ had any acquired knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT TP 223 3, 9 | there was no empiric and acquired ~knowledge. For whatever 224 3, 9 | Christ did not possess acquired knowledge most perfectly, 225 3, 9 | by which knowledge is ~acquired in its perfection; for it 226 3, 9 | that in Christ there was no acquired knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT TP 227 3, 9 | above (A. 3). Therefore no acquired species could accrue to 228 3, 9 | it does not seem that He ~acquired a new knowledge through 229 3, 9 | empiric knowledge, which is acquired knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT TP 230 3, 9 | which means ~that there was acquired knowledge in Him, which 231 3, 9 | that in Christ there was acquired knowledge, ~which is properly 232 3, 9 | to possess a knowledge acquired by discovery than by being 233 3, 9 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Acquired and infused habits are not 234 3, 9 | the habit of knowledge is acquired by the relation of the human 235 3, 9 | same kind cannot be again ~acquired. But the habit of infused 236 3, 10 | infused knowledge; (3) of the acquired knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT TP 237 3, 11 | divinely infused, and not acquired by a process of ~reasoning. 238 3, 12 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE ACQUIRED OR EMPIRIC KNOWLEDGE OF 239 3, 12 | We must now consider the acquired or empiric knowledge of 240 3, 12 | knew all things by this acquired or empiric knowledge?~Aquin.: 241 3, 12 | knowledge. For this knowledge is acquired by experience. But Christ 242 3, 12 | things by this knowledge, His acquired ~knowledge would have been 243 3, 12 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Acquired knowledge is held to be 244 3, 12 | way in potentiality, so by acquired knowledge ~it knew whatever 245 3, 12 | knowledge of things may be acquired not merely by ~experiencing 246 3, 12 | Whether Christ advanced in acquired or empiric knowledge?~Aquin.: 247 3, 12 | so also did He by this acquired knowledge, as is plain from 248 3, 12 | wisdom is that which is ~acquired in a human manner, i.e. 249 3, 12 | Christ there was no habit of acquired knowledge, beyond ~the habit 250 3, 12 | them perfectly. But the acquired ~knowledge of Christ is 251 3, 22 | Thirdly, through Him we have ~acquired the perfection of glory, 252 3, 22 | actually ~offered then. For it acquired then the actual holiness 253 3, 49 | meriting, ought not to be ~acquired in Him by merit, like the 254 3, 54 | becomes immortal; so that it ~acquired the glory of countenance, 255 3, 57 | ascending into heaven Christ acquired no addition to His ~essential 256 3, 57 | glory: not that His body acquired anything from a heavenly ~ 257 3, 57 | taking, ~since they were acquired by His victory.~Aquin.: 258 3, 57 | once ascending into heaven acquired for Himself ~and for us 259 3, 59 | Him as man?~(3) Whether He acquired it by merits? ~(4) Whether 260 3, 59 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ acquired His judiciary power by His 261 3, 59 | without merits that ~Christ acquired royal power, for it is His 262 3, 69 | receive what one has already ~acquired. But some approach Baptism 263 3, 72 | unsullied the innocence he acquired in Baptism, is confirmed 264 3, 75 | receives more and less, it is acquired by its ~subject successively, 265 3, 77 | Reply OBJ 3: These accidents acquired individual being in the 266 3, 79 | the first perfection is acquired, which is a ~habit or form; 267 3, 83 | holiness which the Church acquired from the Passion, as ~well 268 3, 83 | consequence of the virtue acquired by a ~church's consecration, 269 3, 86 | end in being good as to ~acquired virtue." But God's grace 270 Suppl, 17| infusion, but sometimes is acquired, nor ~is it possessed by 271 Suppl, 17| knowledge considered as a habit, acquired or infused, is the key ~ 272 Suppl, 17| being ~without knowledge, acquired or infused, of loosing and 273 Suppl, 39| precede acts - although acquired ~powers follow acts - and 274 Suppl, 72| which conformity they ~acquired by attaining to the perfection 275 Suppl, 86| last thing of all to be acquired. ~And that which is last 276 Suppl, 86| some there are who have acquired no merits, such as ~children 277 Suppl, 87| secondary so to speak and acquired, while the former is ~natural 278 Suppl, 88| Therefore this ~disposition acquired by being renewed will be 279 Suppl, 92| seeing that this fruition is acquired by a ~victory. But this 280 Suppl, 93| the future life are not ~acquired by a man's study, since 281 Suppl, 93| merit not by our natural and acquired ~gifts. Therefore no aureole 282 Suppl, 95| make use of the knowledge acquired in this life?~(8) Whether 283 Suppl, 95| who, while in this world, acquired ~certain habits of virtue, 284 Suppl, 95| perfection which they might have ~acquired.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[


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