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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 16 | 3: Further, things which stand to each other in order of 2 1, 17 | opposed, and since opposites ~stand in relation to the same 3 1, 23 | innumerable, and make ~others to stand in their stead." Thus men 4 1, 25 | in which the very terms ~stand to each other. Now God cannot 5 1, 25 | in which the very terms ~stand to one another, possible 6 1, 32 | since they ~suppose that we stand upon such reasons, and that 7 1, 36 | word "principle" does ~not stand for one person only, but 8 1, 39 | concrete essential names can stand for the person?~Aquin.: 9 1, 39 | essential names cannot stand for ~the person, so that 10 1, 39 | the notional predicate, stand for person.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 39 | according to their nature, stand for the essence, but by 12 1, 39 | notional adjunct are made to stand for the Person. This opinion ~ 13 1, 39 | can, in its proper sense, stand for person, as does the ~ 14 1, 39 | So it need not always stand for the essence it ~signifies.~ 15 1, 39 | God" ~does not naturally stand for person.~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 39 | this term "man" does ~not stand for the common nature, unless 17 1, 39 | be ~restricted so as to stand for the person. So, when 18 1, 39 | abstract essential names can stand for the person?~Aquin.: 19 1, 39 | abstract essential names can stand for the ~person, so that 20 1, 39 | Further, a predicate can stand for that of which it is ~ 21 1, 39 | therefore essence can ~stand for the person of the Father. 22 1, 39 | it can of its own nature stand for ~person. Thus the things 23 1, 39 | of signification, cannot stand for ~Person, because it 24 1, 39 | not follow that ~it can stand for the Father, its mode 25 1, 39 | begetting," if "thing" and God stand for person, but not if they 26 1, 39 | person, but not if they stand ~for essence. Consequently 27 1, 39 | word "God" can of itself stand for the ~essence, as above 28 1, 39 | term "man" can of itself stand for ~person, whereas an 29 1, 39 | adjunct is required for it to stand for the universal ~human 30 1, 40 | opinion, however, cannot stand - for two reasons. Firstly, 31 1, 47 | Para. 2/6~But this cannot stand, for two reasons. First, 32 1, 47 | But this opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. First, 33 1, 62 | to you." ~But we do not stand in need of grace in order 34 1, 62 | Even this view will not stand, ~because free-will is not 35 1, 63 | bodies; and the highest to stand before God. And in this 36 1, 64 | angels in their own nature stand midway between God ~and 37 1, 68 | which imperfect things ~stand towards perfect. But bodies 38 1, 73 | Either version, however, may stand, since the ~completion of 39 1, 76 | Socrates. The first cannot stand, as was shown above (Q[75], 40 1, 39 | concrete essential names can stand for the person?~Aquin.: 41 1, 39 | essential names cannot stand for ~the person, so that 42 1, 39 | the notional predicate, stand for person.~Aquin.: SMT 43 1, 39 | according to their nature, stand for the essence, but by 44 1, 39 | notional adjunct are made to stand for the Person. This opinion ~ 45 1, 39 | can, in its proper sense, stand for person, as does the ~ 46 1, 39 | So it need not always stand for the essence it ~signifies.~ 47 1, 39 | God" ~does not naturally stand for person.~Aquin.: SMT 48 1, 39 | this term "man" does ~not stand for the common nature, unless 49 1, 39 | be ~restricted so as to stand for the person. So, when 50 1, 39 | abstract essential names can stand for the person?~Aquin.: 51 1, 39 | abstract essential names can stand for the ~person, so that 52 1, 39 | Further, a predicate can stand for that of which it is ~ 53 1, 39 | therefore essence can ~stand for the person of the Father. 54 1, 39 | it can of its own nature stand for ~person. Thus the things 55 1, 39 | of signification, cannot stand for ~Person, because it 56 1, 39 | not follow that ~it can stand for the Father, its mode 57 1, 39 | begetting," if "thing" and God stand for person, but not if they 58 1, 39 | person, but not if they stand ~for essence. Consequently 59 1, 39 | word "God" can of itself stand for the ~essence, as above 60 1, 39 | term "man" can of itself stand for ~person, whereas an 61 1, 39 | adjunct is required for it to stand for the universal ~human 62 1, 40 | opinion, however, cannot stand - for two reasons. Firstly, 63 1, 48 | Para. 2/6~But this cannot stand, for two reasons. First, 64 1, 48 | But this opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. First, 65 1, 63 | to you." ~But we do not stand in need of grace in order 66 1, 63 | Even this view will not stand, ~because free-will is not 67 1, 64 | bodies; and the highest to stand before God. And in this 68 1, 65 | angels in their own nature stand midway between God ~and 69 1, 69 | which imperfect things ~stand towards perfect. But bodies 70 1, 72 | Either version, however, may stand, since the ~completion of 71 1, 75 | Socrates. The first cannot stand, as was shown above (Q[75], 72 1, 90 | man for him to be able to stand erect. So that size ~of 73 1, 94 | given sufficient help to stand, but not sufficient to ~ 74 1, 103 | thus the house continues to stand after the builder ~has ceased 75 1, 106 | To other eyes we seem to stand aloof as it were behind 76 1, 111 | Raphael, one of the seven who stand before the Lord" ~(Tob. 77 1, 111 | the sons of God came to ~stand before the Lord, Satan also 78 2, 13 | but in ~each case should stand by his superior's judgment.~ 79 2, 17 | as the powers of the soul stand in respect of ~obedience 80 2, 17 | the members of the body stand in respect ~thereof. Since 81 2, 18 | circumstance. For circumstances stand around [circumstant] an 82 2, 18 | of the external act can stand in a twofold ~relation to 83 2, 19 | that, The intention may stand in a twofold relation to 84 2, 24 | passions of the soul may stand in a twofold relation to ~ 85 2, 25 | of the irascible faculty stand between those ~concupiscible 86 2, 41 | that amazement and stupor stand in relation to the act ~ 87 2, 43 | objects of the soul's passions stand in relation ~thereto as 88 2, 45 | the midst of ~dangers they stand aloof."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 89 2, 48 | contrary: because contraries stand out more clearly ~when placed 90 2, 60 | that, Operation and passion stand in a twofold relation to ~ 91 2, 60 | pleasure, and which do not stand in the same relation to ~ 92 2, 68 | his last end, as not to stand in continual need ~of being 93 2, 69 | three kinds of happiness stand in different relations to 94 2, 71 | in ~badness, so does it stand below the corresponding 95 2, 72 | its reward, ~so does sin stand in relation to punishment. 96 2, 82 | the intellect and reason stand first, ~so conversely in 97 2, 89 | the means, except as they ~stand under the order to the end. 98 2, 91 | perfect and imperfect do not stand in ~the same relation. Hence 99 2, 93 | Divine intellect do not stand in the same ~relation to 100 2, 94 | of the natural law in man stand in ~relation to practical 101 2, 100 | for in this respect men stand in the place ~of God: and 102 2, 100 | 19:16: "Thou shalt not stand against the blood of thy 103 2, 105 | are lost, the owner is to stand by the oath of the depositary. ~ 104 2, 105 | witnesses every word shall ~stand."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 105 2, 105 | pledge, but thou ~shalt stand without, and he shall bring 106 2, 108 | with the ~counsels as they stand. But if a man observe any 107 2, 109 | mortal ~sin, which takes its stand in his reason, as stated 108 2, 111 | instance, that the sun should stand still or darken, or that 109 2, 114 | Moses and Samuel shall ~stand before Me, My soul is not 110 2, 1 | which nothing false can stand, as neither can non-being 111 2, 1 | as neither can non-being stand under ~being, nor evil under 112 2, 1 | since ~faith is said to stand between opinion and science. 113 2, 1 | that, The articles of faith stand in the same relation to 114 2, 2 | of what we ~believe, may stand in a twofold relation to 115 2, 4 | Substance" here does not stand for the supreme genus ~condivided 116 2, 18 | Para. 2/3~Now self-love may stand in a threefold relationship 117 2, 23 | Festo Purif.] says ~that "to stand still in the way to God 118 2, 23 | both. But charity does not stand in equal relation ~to increase 119 2, 24 | the danger in which they stand of being perverted by them. 120 2, 24 | covenant with hell shall not stand." Now the ~perfection of 121 2, 25 | are to them to whom they stand in the relation ~of a principle. 122 2, 28 | these two is that pity may ~stand either for the act or for 123 2, 28 | aright, when ~these things stand in the way." Therefore mercy 124 2, 38 | hurt him, and dares not stand up ~against his injustice." 125 2, 45 | which prudence ~considers stand in relation to this other, 126 2, 47 | prudence," and (Ecclus. 6:35): "Stand in the ~multitude of the 127 2, 56 | included in a community, stand in relation ~to that community 128 2, 56 | seem that justice does not stand foremost among all the ~ 129 2, 58 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Those who stand guilty of grievous sins 130 2, 61 | is a ~fool honored if he stand in God's place or represent 131 2, 67 | priests, and no man may ~stand in their way." Secondly, 132 2, 68 | witnesses every word shall stand."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 133 2, 81 | Moses and Samuel shall ~stand before Me, My soul is not 134 2, 81 | that you are unable to ~stand in His presence in a becoming 135 2, 86 | another's power ~does not stand without the consent of the 136 2, 86 | matter, because he ~does not stand in the place of God; except 137 2, 93 | the rational powers, which stand in ~relation to opposites, 138 2, 93 | the ~banner, we had best stand here': and on hearing these 139 2, 99 | if our carnal parents stand in need of our assistance, 140 2, 100 | in which other ~persons stand to ourselves, which relations 141 2, 102 | OBJ 2: Further, superiors stand between God and their subjects, ~ 142 2, 102 | with ~human law does not stand because thereby one man 143 2, 107 | 2]. Secondly, truth may stand for that by which a person ~ 144 2, 121 | belongs to every virtue to stand firm, as stated in Ethic. 145 2, 121 | to which ~it belongs to stand firm against all kinds of 146 2, 121 | all vices. For he that can stand firm in things that are 147 2, 121 | things, will in ~consequence stand firm against less things, 148 2, 121 | is endurance, that is to stand immovable in the midst of ~ 149 2, 127 | more difficult it is to stand firm in some matter of ~ 150 2, 127 | it is more difficult to stand firm in dangers of death, 151 2, 127 | wherein ~it is easier to stand firm. Hence magnanimity 152 2, 130 | as stated above (A[2]), stand in relation ~to glory as 153 2, 135 | things to which we ought to stand, and ~those to which we 154 2, 135 | to which we ought not to stand, as well as those that are ~ 155 2, 135 | it is most difficult to stand firm, namely in dangers 156 2, 135 | belongs to perseverance to stand to certain things, as ~appears 157 2, 146 | pleasures of touch which stand foremost among other pleasures, 158 2, 149 | those matters ~wherein we stand in the greatest need of 159 2, 152 | commit, they should all stand guilty of ~the same crime, 160 2, 154 | secondly, ~when a man does not stand to what has been counselled, 161 2, 154 | other hand, a man fails to stand to that which is counselled, ~ 162 2, 156 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Anger may stand in a twofold relation to 163 2, 159 | it ~with justice? It will stand among the angels by the 164 2, 167 | shoemakers' and clothiers' arts stand in need of ~restraint, for 165 2, 169 | Ezech. 2:1): "Son of man, stand upon thy feet, and I will 166 2, 169 | Kgs. 19:11: "Go forth and stand upon the mount before the ~ 167 2, 172 | made the sun ~and moon to stand still (Josue 10:12-14), 168 2, 181 | Now a person is said to stand on account of his being ~ 169 2, 181 | height of a kind; ~because to stand is to be raised upwards. 170 2, 181 | nor ~again is he said to stand, if he move, but only when 171 2, 181 | other animals are said to stand without its ~being required 172 2, 181 | nor again are men said to ~stand, however upright their position 173 2, 181 | and yet he is not said to stand.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 174 2, 182 | in the evil day, and to stand in all ~things perfect"; 175 2, 182 | speaking of the ~armor of God: "Stand therefore having your loins 176 2, 182 | it is ~evident that they stand in relation to their bishop 177 2, 183 | threatens all, those who stand in need of others must not 178 2, 183 | gain: wherefore he fears to stand in the ~way of danger lest 179 2, 186 | cases, and in this respect ~stand higher than other religious; 180 2, 187 | necessity be not such as to stand in great need of their children' 181 2, 187 | counsel of those who will ~not stand in one's way.~Aquin.: SMT 182 2, 187 | 46:10, "My counsel shall stand and all My will shall be 183 3, 4 | Christ some just men should stand midway, in ~whom certain 184 3, 6 | to be a medium, does not stand for the essence of the soul, 185 3, 8 | this grace, wherein we stand" (Rm. 5:2); but by the other 186 3, 10 | ways: First, properly, to ~stand for all that in any way 187 3, 10 | knowledge. But this will ~not stand, since all things were made 188 3, 15 | who think thus, ~does it stand to reason that He should 189 3, 16 | God is man," God does not stand for the true and natural 190 3, 16 | nature in the concrete may stand for all ~contained in the 191 3, 16 | as this word "man" may stand for any ~individual man. 192 3, 16 | mode of ~signification, may stand for the Person of the Son 193 3, 16 | For this word "man" may ~stand for any hypostasis of human 194 3, 16 | nature; and thus it may stand for the ~Person of the Son 195 3, 16 | abstract. Now concrete words stand for the hypostasis of the ~ 196 3, 17 | And thus "both" does not stand for two supposita, ~but 197 3, 21 | Because of the people who stand about I have said it" (i.e. ~ 198 3, 21 | because of the ~people who stand about have I said it, that 199 3, 22 | satisfaction. But Christ did not stand in need of this. ~Consequently, 200 3, 23 | the sons of God ~came to stand before the Lord." Therefore 201 3, 25 | Apostle says (2 Thess. 2:14): "Stand fast; and hold the ~traditions 202 3, 27 | mother and thy brethren stand without, seeking thee," 203 3, 31 | two. But ~this will not stand: because Matthew mentions 204 3, 32 | resolved. But this cannot stand, because, since "each thing 205 3, 35 | nature in the concrete can stand for any hypostasis of that 206 3, 35 | that this word "God" can stand ~for the hypostasis, having 207 3, 35 | when a word is employed to stand for it, signifying ~the 208 3, 36 | earth, "and itself shall stand for ever" (Dan. ~2:44).~ 209 3, 39 | the faithful after baptism stand in need of prayer. Or else, 210 3, 41 | to the service of God, ~stand in justice and in fear, 211 3, 43 | Because of the people who stand ~about have I said it: that 212 3, 45 | witnesses" this word might stand.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 213 3, 45 | consequently we need not stand by it. For ~Jerome says 214 3, 46 | righteous living not to stand ~in fear of things which 215 3, 46 | Let not the Jew, then, stand in security, as ~crucifying 216 3, 51 | and three nights will not stand. It remains then to find 217 3, 57 | Christ's especially, ~do not stand in need of being so contained, 218 3, 57 | entered the ~holy place to stand before God for the people, 219 3, 58 | s place to sit, while to stand is the place of ~the combatant 220 3, 58 | this one thing alone, to ~stand nigh to Him." Still it can 221 3, 59 | 14:10): ~"We shall all stand before the judgment seat 222 3, 67 | comparison with Baptism does ~not stand, because its effect cannot 223 3, 67 | baptized, adults ~who can stand up of themselves and leave 224 3, 67 | children in Baptism, that ye stand before God as sureties for 225 3, 70 | neither can ~this opinion stand. First, because by circumcision 226 3, 72 | Whether someone is required to stand for the person to be confirmed?~( 227 3, 72 | is confirmed needs one to stand* for him? [*Literally, " 228 3, 72 | confirmed needs no one to stand for him. ~For this sacrament 229 3, 72 | adults. But ~adults can stand for themselves. Therefore 230 3, 72 | that someone else ~should stand for them.~Aquin.: SMT TP 231 3, 72 | least a woman should not stand for a ~man in confirmation.~ 232 3, 72 | from the sacred font, or stand for them in ~Confirmation," 233 3, 72 | so is someone required to stand for him who is to be ~confirmed .~ 234 3, 72 | sacrament, has someone to stand for him, who, ~as it were, 235 3, 72 | yet ~confirmed should not stand for another in Confirmation.~ 236 3, 72 | whether a man or a ~woman stand for one who is to be confirmed.~ 237 3, 72 | by others than those who stand in their place. And if ~ 238 3, 72 | whose place the bishops stand (Acts ~8). Hence Pope Urban 239 3, 74 | such an opinion cannot stand, because in the sacrament 240 3, 75 | But this opinion cannot ~stand: first of all, because by 241 3, 75 | annihilated. But even this cannot stand, ~because no way can be 242 3, 77 | Hence this opinion cannot stand, ~because it is opposed 243 3, 77 | advanced by others cannot stand, who hold ~that the sacramental 244 3, 77 | But this contention cannot stand, ~because in this sacrament 245 3, 78 | But this statement cannot stand, because the blessing of ~ 246 3, 78 | But ~neither can this stand, because, since in the sacraments 247 3, 78 | subject be understood to ~stand for that which it was before 248 3, 78 | Para. 2/3~But this cannot stand, because, as stated above ( 249 3, 79 | perfected, so that man may stand perfect in himself by ~union 250 3, 83 | to our daily defects, we stand in daily ~need of the fruits 251 3, 84 | sin actually, he would not stand in need ~of Penance and 252 3, 88 | present. ~But this cannot stand: because if a cause be placed 253 3, 89 | sacrament of Penance human acts stand as matter, ~while the formal 254 3, 90 | Penance, human actions stand as matter: and so, since 255 3, 90 | the acts of the penitent, stand as matter, while the priestly ~ 256 Suppl, 14| But neither will this ~stand, because as the pain of 257 Suppl, 25| seemingly, can this opinion stand. First, because in that 258 Suppl, 29| hope, of which the dying stand in utmost need, be ~shattered 259 Suppl, 35| case the middle does not stand in the same relation ~to 260 Suppl, 36| thereby they are made to stand between God and the people. 261 Suppl, 37| Some of the ministers ~stand at the closed door of the 262 Suppl, 46| justice at any rate one must stand by an oath rather than by 263 Suppl, 47| ought to be counseled to stand to that marriage; because 264 Suppl, 47| always to be advised to stand to that ~marriage, but only 265 Suppl, 55| willing for the marriage to ~stand.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 266 Suppl, 56| impediment to marriage cannot stand together ~with marriage. 267 Suppl, 56| impediment to marriage stand together, but not if the 268 Suppl, 62| because they have nothing to stand in the way of their desires. 269 Suppl, 69| OBJ 1: The Fathers did not stand in the same relation to 270 Suppl, 72| Moses and Samuel shall ~stand before Me, My soul is not 271 Suppl, 75| towards the soul, they ~would stand in the same relation to 272 Suppl, 79| heavenly body. But this cannot stand, because the fifth ~body 273 Suppl, 84| all their evil ~deeds will stand before their eyes." Now 274 Suppl, 85| for those to be judged to stand on the ground, and those 275 Suppl, 88| successively by movement; for if it stand still, ~it must needs stand 276 Suppl, 88| stand still, ~it must needs stand in some position. Therefore 277 Suppl, 92| seemingly this will not stand, since ~beatitude consists 278 Suppl, 93| statements contained in Holy Writ stand for all ~time: "Heaven and 279 Suppl, 96| crimes. But ~this cannot stand, because without charity 280 Appen1, 2| man, accompany them and stand by while they are being ~


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