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281 covetousness
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280 adam
280 stand
279 remission
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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stands

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | these four, ~allegory alone stands for the three spiritual 2 1, 5 | intends by the word that stands for it. Therefore, that 3 1, 10 | makes time, the now that stands still makes eternity;" and ~ 4 1, 10 | Reply OBJ 1: The "now" that stands still, is said to make eternity ~ 5 1, 10 | eternity, and beyond," eternity stands for age, as ~another rendering 6 1, 13 | to a column, unless ~it stands as regards an animal on 7 1, 14 | attributed to it in so ~far as it stands under actual knowledge; 8 1, 16 | of things desirable, good stands as the universal, ~and the 9 1, 19 | respect to which the end stands in the same ~relation to 10 1, 19 | On the other hand, ~good stands in various relations to 11 1, 20 | this is ~not because He stands in need of them; but only 12 1, 21 | each ~other": where truth stands for justice.~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 29 | individual ~substance; if it stands for second substance, the 14 1, 29 | the ~definition of person stands for first substance, which 15 1, 34 | any one of its habits, but stands ~for what the intellect 16 1, 36 | for ~this word "principle" stands either for the person of 17 1, 36 | supposition but ~rather it stands indeterminately for two 18 1, 36 | because the word "principle" stands ~confusedly and indistinctly 19 1, 36 | that the substantive here stands for the adjective.~ 20 1, 37 | this ~particular respect stands to that thing in the relation 21 1, 39 | singular term signifies what it stands for." But this ~name "God" 22 1, 39 | signifies the ~essence, it stands for essence, and not for 23 1, 39 | creates," this name "God" stands for ~the essence. So when 24 1, 39 | this word "God" sometimes stands for the essence, as when ~ 25 1, 39 | Godhead. But sometimes it ~stands for the person, either for 26 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 3: The word "God" stands for the person in a different 27 1, 39 | different subjects, it stands of itself for the person, 28 1, 39 | common. So ~of itself it stands for the common nature, but 29 1, 39 | notional act this name "God" stands for the ~person of the Father. 30 1, 39 | the first case "thing" stands for person, and in the second 31 1, 39 | person, and in the second it stands ~for the essence.~Aquin.: 32 1, 39 | word "God" signifies and stands for the divine essence, 33 1, 42 | eternity the indivisible "now" stands ever still, as we have said 34 1, 53 | thinking of Italy, which stands between them. Therefore 35 1, 55 | without material conditions, stands ~midway between the nature 36 1, 56 | principles the angel ~knows God, stands midway between these two; 37 1, 58 | the thing created, as it stands in its own ~nature, is termed 38 1, 60 | falsity of such an opinion stands in evidence, if one but 39 1, 61 | Further, the angelic nature stands midway between the Divine 40 1, 61 | constituting one universe. ~This stands in evidence from the relationship 41 1, 62 | helped by grace. But grace stands not as the end of ~operation, 42 1, 64 | the knowledge of truth stands ~among those natural gifts. 43 1, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The earth stands in relation to the heaven 44 1, 70 | Every living substance stands higher in the order of ~ 45 1, 74 | superfluous. Light, for instance, stands to the luminaries in ~the 46 1, 37 | this ~particular respect stands to that thing in the relation 47 1, 39 | singular term signifies what it stands for." But this ~name "God" 48 1, 39 | signifies the ~essence, it stands for essence, and not for 49 1, 39 | creates," this name "God" stands for ~the essence. So when 50 1, 39 | this word "God" sometimes stands for the essence, as when ~ 51 1, 39 | Godhead. But sometimes it ~stands for the person, either for 52 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 3: The word "God" stands for the person in a different 53 1, 39 | different subjects, it stands of itself for the person, 54 1, 39 | common. So ~of itself it stands for the common nature, but 55 1, 39 | notional act this name "God" stands for the ~person of the Father. 56 1, 39 | the first case "thing" stands for person, and in the second 57 1, 39 | person, and in the second it stands ~for the essence.~Aquin.: 58 1, 39 | word "God" signifies and stands for the divine essence, 59 1, 42 | eternity the indivisible "now" stands ever still, as we have said 60 1, 54 | thinking of Italy, which stands between them. Therefore 61 1, 56 | without material conditions, stands ~midway between the nature 62 1, 57 | principles the angel ~knows God, stands midway between these two; 63 1, 59 | the thing created, as it stands in its own ~nature, is termed 64 1, 61 | falsity of such an opinion stands in evidence, if one but 65 1, 62 | Further, the angelic nature stands midway between the Divine 66 1, 62 | constituting one universe. ~This stands in evidence from the relationship 67 1, 63 | helped by grace. But grace stands not as the end of ~operation, 68 1, 65 | the knowledge of truth stands ~among those natural gifts. 69 1, 69 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The earth stands in relation to the heaven 70 1, 71 | Every living substance stands higher in the order of ~ 71 1, 73 | superfluous. Light, for instance, stands to the luminaries in ~the 72 1, 80 | s temptations sensuality stands in the place of ~the "serpent." 73 2, 1 | Secondly, because the last end stands in the same ~relation in 74 2, 4 | Happiness, therefore it stands in less need of these goods 75 2, 9 | appetible object to the ~will, stands in relation to the will, 76 2, 10 | sense. For ~sometimes it stands for the intrinsic principle 77 2, 10 | In another sense nature stands for any substance, or even ~ 78 2, 10 | it is the last end, which stands in ~the same relation to 79 2, 12 | to the end. Now ~the will stands in a threefold relation 80 2, 12 | things void of reason nature stands further apart from the rational ~ 81 2, 13 | practical things the end stands in the ~position of a principle, 82 2, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The will stands between the intellect and 83 2, 13 | of necessity. For the end stands ~in relation to the object 84 2, 13 | Philosopher (Metaph. ix, 2) stands in relation to opposites.~ 85 2, 16 | very motion of the will, it stands between choice and execution.~ 86 2, 17 | The condition of the body stands in a twofold relation to ~ 87 2, 17 | is ~according to nature stands first, whence all other 88 2, 18 | something is done); and stands in relation ~to the act 89 2, 18 | before being transformed stands in relation to the nutritive 90 2, 19 | will: since the intention stands in relation to them as a 91 2, 20 | Further, the act of the will stands in a formal relation to 92 2, 20 | due circumstances, thus it stands in relation ~to the will 93 2, 20 | act willed, to which it stands in ~the relation of measure 94 2, 21 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Reason stands in different relations to 95 2, 22 | recedes from that which stands first, the less intense 96 2, 26 | the appetite, the lover stands in relation to that which ~ 97 2, 27 | faculty. Wherefore its object stands ~in relation to it as the 98 2, 28 | inasmuch as the lover stands to the object of his love, 99 2, 30 | concupiscence has ~no name, and stands in relation to evil, as 100 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the twofold authority of 101 2, 37 | itself. ~Accordingly action stands in a twofold relation to 102 2, 37 | consequence. Secondly, ~action stands in relation to sorrow, as 103 2, 40 | And this is how despair stands in regard to ~this object, 104 2, 42 | 3/5~In another way, good stands related to evil as its cause: 105 2, 46 | assails whatever obstacle stands in ~the way of desire. But 106 2, 46 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Damascene ( 107 2, 57 | like. Accordingly prudence ~stands in the same relation to 108 2, 57 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of the Philosopher ( 109 2, 60 | mean in contrary passions stands ~in the same ratio to both, 110 2, 66 | in the irascible ~part, stands before temperance, which 111 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Holy Writ ( 112 2, 68 | art (yet so that ~wisdom stands before understanding, and 113 2, 68 | OBJ 3: Although knowledge stands before counsel by reason 114 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Our Lord 115 2, 71 | 1~I answer that, A habit stands midway between power and 116 2, 71 | goodness and in badness, ~habit stands midway between power and 117 2, 71 | as a ~good or evil habit stands above the corresponding 118 2, 72 | and ~therefore the end stands in the relation of object 119 2, 72 | your mind," where spirit stands for reason, according to 120 2, 72 | among the carnal ~sins, stands here for adultery, which 121 2, 72 | just as a virtuous act stands in relation to its reward, ~ 122 2, 72 | order is the last end, which stands in the same relation to 123 2, 73 | e.g. a sovereign prince who stands in the place of the whole 124 2, 77 | Further, a good passion stands in the same relation to 125 2, 78 | contrary, The good habit stands in the same relation to 126 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory 127 2, 85 | uniform: ~nevertheless it stands in relation both to its 128 2, 90 | Reply OBJ 3: Just as nothing stands firm with regard to the 129 2, 90 | principles, so nothing stands firm with regard to the 130 2, 90 | common good: and ~whatever stands to reason in this sense, 131 2, 93 | in relation to which He stands as the artificer ~to the 132 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Isidore.~ 133 2, 97 | the Divine law each ~man stands as a private person to the 134 2, 99 | judgments": where "precepts" stands for "moral precepts" ~antonomastically. 135 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Augustine 136 2, 100 | Although sin of thought stands first in the order of ~execution, 137 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, man stands in the same relation to 138 2, 104 | relations in which one ~man stands to another, as stated above.~ 139 2, 106 | change according as man stands ~in relation to one and 140 2, 109 | of the mind whereby a man stands steadfastly, lest he be 141 2, 1 | faith, save in so far as it stands under the First Truth, ~ 142 2, 1 | time, but in so far as it stands in God's ~foreknowledge, 143 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of the Church 144 2, 12 | whereby chiefly his mind stands revealed; ~secondly, in 145 2, 13 | not ~think that anyone who stands on the highest step of perfection, 146 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of the Master ( 147 2, 18 | Consequently initial fear stands in the same relation to 148 2, 20 | 1: Presumption sometimes stands for hope, because even the ~ 149 2, 23 | subject when that subject stands ~in equal relation to both. 150 2, 23 | God ~Who infuses it, Who stands in relation to the infusion 151 2, 26 | a mode as a measure has, stands before the other virtues, 152 2, 28 | the virtue, whereas mercy stands only for ~the virtue.]~We 153 2, 28 | pertains chiefly to one who stands above. Hence mercy is accounted ~ 154 2, 34 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of Gregory ( 155 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of Gregory ( 156 2, 36 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of Gregory ( 157 2, 42 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of Scripture.~ 158 2, 43 | the text ~quoted wisdom stands for the renown of doctrine, 159 2, 45 | it seems that prudence stands in relation to moral virtue, 160 2, 45 | prudence, for the latter stands in the same relation ~to 161 2, 47 | matters of prudence man stands in very great need of being 162 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of Tully and 163 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary stands the authority of Macrobius, 164 2, 51 | appetitive power); but reason stands firm, in ~the continent 165 2, 53 | tomorrow"; where "tomorrow" stands for the future, as Jerome 166 2, 55 | to the husband, since she stands ~related to him as to her 167 2, 56 | individual and the general public stands the ~household community. 168 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~Whether justice stands foremost among all moral 169 2, 56 | it is evident that it ~stands foremost among all the moral 170 2, 59 | property, or when one ~man stands security for another. In 171 2, 60 | in Latin, ~where 'damnum' stands for 'loss,' and 'minus' 172 2, 60 | been taken ~unjustly, it stands to reason that when he has 173 2, 60 | opposed to just detention, it stands to reason ~that the time 174 2, 65 | rebellion is manifest, ~it stands instead of an accuser. The 175 2, 66 | party, so that the judge stands between the accuser and 176 2, 69 | whether this particular man stands in such a need that it is ~ 177 2, 74 | speech']," where blasphemy stands for cursing, according to 178 2, 79 | Latin the same word 'colere' stands for 'worship' and ~'cultivate']: 179 2, 84 | is appointed mediator and stands, so to speak, ~"between" 180 2, 86 | something, no vow of a religious stands ~without the consent of 181 2, 86 | in ~the Church a prelate stands in God's place. Therefore 182 2, 93 | effect of that for which it stands ~(thus smoke signifies fire 183 2, 99 | Reply OBJ 2: Since a father stands in the relation of principle, 184 2, 101 | Ageruch.): ~"Honor here stands either for almsgiving or 185 2, 102 | to obey their commands, stands out as ~special among the 186 2, 102 | except through that which stands between. Therefore ~the 187 2, 102 | respect of ~which the superior stands between God and his subjects, 188 2, 104 | reverence, since the latter stands to him ~in the relation 189 2, 108 | of the voluntary act, and stands in ~relation to the will' 190 2, 109 | fraud in deeds: and ~it stands in relation to prudence, 191 2, 115 | deed. Hence magnificence stands in relation to liberality 192 2, 116 | silver." Now silver, which stands for money, signifies all ~ 193 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~ 194 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~ 195 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~ 196 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~ 197 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~ 198 2, 121 | greatest evils: because he that stands firm against great things, 199 2, 121 | steadfastness. Because he that stands firm is so much the more ~ 200 2, 121 | them that the brave man stands firm. Therefore fortitude 201 2, 130 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Vainglory stands prominent under the aspect 202 2, 130 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory ( 203 2, 133 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of the Philosopher 204 2, 135 | be constant because one stands to a ~thing. Now it belongs 205 2, 138 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands Holy Writ which contains 206 2, 139 | avoid offending God. Now man stands in the greatest need of 207 2, 143 | moral ~goodness, so beauty stands for moral beauty];~(3) Its 208 2, 145 | precept to each one that stands in need of such a ~remedy. 209 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the general custom of the 210 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the common custom of the 211 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the common custom of the 212 2, 146 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory 213 2, 147 | fortitude," where sobriety stands for temperance. Now ~temperance 214 2, 149 | concupiscence of these pleasures stands in very great need ~of being 215 2, 150 | to the soul. The second stands in the relation of matter 216 2, 150 | moral acts. But ~the third stands in the position of form 217 2, 151 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory ( 218 2, 152 | this passage, "uncleanness" stands for ~lust against nature, 219 2, 153 | far, to wit, as the reason stands firm in opposition to the 220 2, 153 | said to be continent who stands to that which is ~in accord 221 2, 153 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The will stands between reason and the concupiscible, 222 2, 159 | legal justice, humility ~stands before all others.~Aquin.: 223 2, 161 | I think that a man ~who stands on the highest step of perfection 224 2, 168 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture 225 2, 169 | conditional proposition stands in the same relation to ~ 226 2, 172 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Jerome 227 2, 178 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the authority of Dionysius ( 228 2, 179 | OBJ 3: Further, prudence stands between the moral and the 229 2, 181 | recline, but only when he stands upright: nor ~again is he 230 2, 186 | to perfection, the bishop stands in the ~position of agent, 231 2, 186 | livelihood of which each one stands in need. For it amounts 232 2, 187 | obligation of a perpetual vow stands before every other obligation. 233 3, 2 | of God. Now human nature stands in need of the ~gratuitous 234 3, 3 | answer that, The intellect stands in two ways towards God. 235 3, 3 | Secondly, the ~intellect stands towards God, not indeed 236 3, 16 | for Whom this word "God" stands, is a ~suppositum of human 237 3, 16 | of this word "God," as it stands for the Person of the Son 238 3, 16 | inasmuch as this word "God" stands for the Person of the Father. 239 3, 16 | predicated, inasmuch as "Man" stands ~for the Person of the Son.~ 240 3, 16 | follow, if we held that "Man" stands for a created ~suppositum: 241 3, 16 | as predicated of Christ stands for the Person of the ~Son 242 3, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Man stands not for the bare Person 243 3, 35 | Persons, yet ~sometimes it stands for the Person of the Father 244 3, 35 | of God," this word "God" stands only for the incarnate Person 245 3, 46 | is planted - that ~is, it stands and abides - which is the 246 3, 52 | OBJ 1: The name of hell stands for an evil of penalty, 247 3, 54 | was an animal body that stands in need of ~food.~Aquin.: 248 3, 62 | instrument: and consequently it stands in comparison to the complete 249 3, 77 | consequence is that everything stands in the same relation to ~ 250 3, 81 | contained under ~this sacrament stands in relation to place, not 251 3, 83 | The custom of the Church stands for these things: and ~the 252 3, 84 | minister of the Church, who stands in the ~place of Christ, 253 3, 86 | contains all others": but it stands ~for consciousness, because 254 3, 89 | penitent, viz., contrition, stands as ultimate disposition 255 3, 90 | the priestly ~absolution stands as form. Therefore the priestly 256 Suppl, 1 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the definition.~Aquin.: 257 Suppl, 2 | for it, according as it stands in his knowledge, and ~indeed 258 Suppl, 8 | Para. 1/2~On the contrary, stands a decree of Pope Innocent 259 Suppl, 18| which is in the priest, stands in ~the same relation to 260 Suppl, 25| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the common custom of the 261 Suppl, 26| Further, every prelate stands for a multitude, just as 262 Suppl, 26| just as an ~individual stands for himself. But any individual 263 Suppl, 26| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the custom of the Church 264 Suppl, 32| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the rite observed throughout 265 Suppl, 34| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Seal stands here, not for the inward 266 Suppl, 38| that, The episcopal power stands in the same relation to 267 Suppl, 39| priest, ~since a prophet stands midway between God and priests, 268 Suppl, 44| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, stands the common use of speech.~ 269 Suppl, 45| that, The outward cleansing stands in the same relation to ~ 270 Suppl, 48| according as carnal intercourse stands in relation to ~marriage, 271 Suppl, 49| as regards the intention stands first in a thing, ~but as 272 Suppl, 49| regards the attainment it stands last. It is the same with ~" 273 Suppl, 53| solemn one." Now marriage stands or falls by virtue of the 274 Suppl, 54| wherein the grandfather stands.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 275 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship sometimes stands together with ~marriage, 276 Suppl, 56| who confers the ~sacrament stands in the place of God, whose 277 Suppl, 56| candidate for Confirmation, stands in the place of the Church. 278 Suppl, 58| contract, and the ~contract stands. But if he does not know 279 Suppl, 72| A movement or an action stands related to nature in three ~ 280 Suppl, 77| De Anima ii, 4, "the soul stands in relation ~to the body 281 Suppl, 85| the saying of Gregory stands, since though all will be


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