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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Hence it is called the chief of sciences, as is clear 2 1, 2 | THREE ARTICLES)~Because the chief aim of sacred doctrine is 3 1, 14 | the word, and not as the chief part of the ~proposition. 4 1, 22 | providence. For it is the chief ~part of prudence, to which 5 1, 32 | A[2] Body Para. 4/6~Two chief motives for this can be 6 1, 63 | xxxiv in Ev.) says that the chief angel ~who sinned, "being 7 1, 63 | in him also ~who was the chief of the lower angels.~Aquin.: 8 1, 63 | those who hold that the chief devil belonged ~to the lower 9 1, 63 | those who maintain that the chief devil was of ~the highest 10 1, 64 | xxxiv in Ev.) says that the chief angel ~who sinned, "being 11 1, 64 | in him also ~who was the chief of the lower angels.~Aquin.: 12 1, 64 | those who hold that the chief devil belonged ~to the lower 13 1, 64 | those who maintain that the chief devil was of ~the highest 14 1, 78 | takes its name from its chief ~power, which is sense. 15 1, 78 | called intellect, as from its chief power; and thus we read ( 16 1, 87 | chapter he ~had named as the chief of speculative sciences. 17 1, 94 | eternal life, which is the chief reason for the ~need of 18 1, 95 | But liberty is one of ~the chief blessings, and would not 19 1, 97 | time is seemingly not ~the chief purpose of nature, but as 20 1, 97 | species, it follows that the chief purpose of nature is the ~ 21 1, 97 | individuals are included in the chief purpose of nature.~Aquin.: 22 1, 101 | the body from without, the chief seems to be an atmosphere 23 2, 18 | intended by ~the commander in chief; while the right ordering 24 2, 25 | things are named from their ~chief characteristic" (De Anima 25 2, 25 | things are names from their chief characteristic" (cf. A[2], ~ 26 2, 32 | Further, movement is the chief cause of toil and fatigue 27 2, 48 | seems that ~anger is not the chief cause of fervor.~Aquin.: 28 2, 57 | things done by man, the chief act is that of command, ~ 29 2, 58 | difference between ~the chief or cardinal virtues and 30 2, 58 | passions, which are the chief concern of moral virtue. 31 2, 65 | regards the end is the chief and moving principle in 32 2, 66 | 1~Whether justice is the chief of the moral virtues?~Aquin.: 33 2, 66 | that justice is not the chief of the moral virtues. ~For 34 2, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the chief quality of a thing is, seemingly, 35 2, 66 | things touching man, the chief ~of all is life, on which 36 2, 69 | which belongs to ~piety. The chief motive for mourning is knowledge, 37 2, 69 | fortitude of the soul: and ~the chief motive for being merciful 38 2, 82 | concupiscence, as being the chief passion, and as including ~ 39 2, 87 | spiritual goods are man's chief goods. ~Consequently it 40 2, 90 | thing: thus fire, which is chief among hot things, is the 41 2, 93 | governors from the governor in chief; thus the ~plan of what 42 2, 93 | done by art flows from the chief craftsman to the ~under-crafts-men, 43 2, 93 | plan of government in the Chief Governor, all the plans 44 2, 99 | between man and man; so the chief intention of the ~Divine 45 2, 99 | God, which order was the chief ~aim of that law. Now man 46 2, 100 | to be ~commemorated the chief was that of the Creation, 47 2, 100 | all future blessings, the chief and final was the ~repose 48 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts, the ~chief was circumcision and the 49 2, 102 | fallen away by sin, the chief is that He gave His Son; 50 2, 102 | everlasting." Consequently the chief sacrifice is that whereby 51 2, 102 | 10: The holocaust was the chief of all the sacrifices: because ~ 52 2, 102 | 1/2~I answer that, The chief purpose of the whole external 53 2, 102 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The chief literal reason for circumcision 54 2, 105 | people depends mostly on the chief ruler." But the Law contains 55 2, 105 | to the institution of the chief ruler; and yet we find ~ 56 2, 105 | the ~institution of the chief ruler. For this too did 57 2, 105 | OBJ 2: Further, one of the chief causes of the downfall of 58 2, 105 | should foregather in some chief place chosen by God, ~where 59 2, 105 | divine worship; and the chief judge ~of the people, who 60 2, 106 | the Gospel. There is the chief element, viz. the grace 61 2, 110 | favor'] in the sight of the chief keeper of the prison." Now 62 2, 113 | over the end, which is the chief part of everything. Now 63 2, 1 | others. Now, since the chief object of faith consists 64 2, 2 | of the form, which is the chief principle of action, even 65 2, 6 | the ~assent which is the chief act of faith, is from God 66 2, 6 | afforded by science; but the chief and proper cause of faith ~ 67 2, 11 | wherefore that which is the chief truth, has the character ~ 68 2, 11 | given seems to hold ~the chief place and to be the end 69 2, 15 | which is the first and chief of all ~articles of faith, 70 2, 21 | about acts of virtue, the chief ~precepts are about the 71 2, 21 | are about the acts of the chief virtues. Now the chief of 72 2, 21 | the chief virtues. Now the chief of all ~the virtues are 73 2, 21 | charity. Consequently, as the chief precepts of the Law are 74 2, 23 | in the second place man's chief ~pursuit is to aim at progress 75 2, 23 | of the ~proficient, whose chief aim is to strengthen their 76 2, 23 | charity may progress, ~yet the chief care that besets them is 77 2, 23 | yet this is not ~their chief care, but their aim is principally 78 2, 24 | inward man as being the chief thing in them, ~wherefore 79 2, 26 | above (A[7]). Now God is our chief friend, ~since "He hath 80 2, 28 | this world, for though the chief ~movement of the soul finds 81 2, 28 | is not a virtue. For the chief part of ~virtue is choice 82 2, 31 | aspect of the end, ~the chief of these circumstances of 83 2, 32 | contrary to the will: the chief of which is ~punishment. 84 2, 32 | man's will, which is ~the chief part of man, and wherein 85 2, 32 | Therefore hatred is the chief of ~the capital sins, and 86 2, 34 | us to that which has its chief place in his heart, for 87 2, 36 | so that it is not the ~chief part of contention. Hence 88 2, 37 | Church; for this ~is the chief unity, and the particular 89 2, 42 | have a place among the chief precepts which are those 90 2, 45 | 1~Whether command is the chief act of prudence?~Aquin.: 91 2, 45 | that command is not the chief act of prudence. For ~command 92 2, 45 | Therefore ~command is not the chief act of prudence.~Aquin.: 93 2, 45 | Therefore command is not the chief act of prudence.~Aquin.: 94 2, 45 | Hence that which is the chief act of reason in regard 95 2, 45 | action must needs be the chief act of prudence. Now there 96 2, 45 | follows that it is the chief act of the practical reason, 97 2, 45 | is to be lacking in the chief act of prudence, ~viz. command, 98 2, 45 | to prudence, not as its chief act, but as an act of prudence ~ 99 2, 45 | belongs to prudence, whose chief act is a ~command about 100 2, 45 | because ~he fails in the chief act of prudence, as when 101 2, 45 | account of a failing in the chief act, is only in the wicked.~ 102 2, 46 | prudence" is ~about the chief act, viz. that of commanding.~ 103 2, 47 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the chief act of prudence is to command, 104 2, 53 | that ~prudence which is the chief of the moral virtues. Therefore 105 2, 53 | prudence of ~the flesh is chief among mortal sins, so that 106 2, 53 | by words, which hold the chief place among ~those signs 107 2, 53 | things which ~ought to be the chief object of his search, wherefore 108 2, 53 | Q[43], A[6]) lust is the chief cause of lack of rectitude ~ 109 2, 53 | opposed to justice, the chief of which is ~covetousness. 110 2, 54 | precept of prudence. For the chief precepts should include 111 2, 54 | include a ~precept of the chief virtue. Now the chief precepts 112 2, 54 | the chief virtue. Now the chief precepts are those of the ~ 113 2, 54 | Since then prudence is the chief of the moral virtues, it ~ 114 2, 54 | Hence it ~behooved the chief precepts of the Law, which 115 2, 56 | Whether justice is the chief of the moral virtues?~Aquin.: 116 2, 59 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the chief argument against retaliation 117 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The chief end of restitution is, not 118 2, 60 | he ~that commands is the chief mover, wherefore he is bound 119 2, 62 | good, since they are the chief part of ~the community. 120 2, 62 | Lib. Arb. i, 5): and the chief of these is the life of 121 2, 70 | words have obtained the ~chief place among men for the 122 2, 74 | accidentally, because the chief intention of the speaker 123 2, 79 | Therefore religion is the chief of the ~moral virtues.~Aquin.: 124 2, 80 | that, The extrinsic and chief cause of devotion is God, 125 2, 80 | sensible objects known to us. Chief among these is the ~humanity 126 2, 80 | Christ's ~humanity are the chief incentive to devotion, leading 127 2, 80 | Christ's Passion is the chief incentive to devotion. ~ 128 2, 81 | intellective part is the chief of the ~acts of religion, 129 2, 81 | be given to one. Now ~the chief gift of God is the Holy 130 2, 81 | since ~the Eucharist is the chief sacrament, and bread is 131 2, 81 | sacrament, and bread is the chief food: thus ~in the Gospel 132 2, 81 | one's petition. For the chief object of merit ~is beatitude, 133 2, 82 | and among these tokens the chief is ~adoration: yet there 134 2, 82 | stated above (A[2]), the chief part of adoration is ~the 135 2, 83 | something. Now words which are chief among ~signs, as he again 136 2, 84 | due to priests alone. For ~chief among oblations would seem 137 2, 86 | of religion which is the chief of the moral ~virtues. Now 138 2, 93 | Pharaoh's butler and of his chief ~baker (Gn. 40), and Daniel 139 2, 95 | and yet the latter is the chief form of superstition: ~since 140 2, 97 | whereby man is sanctified: chief of which is the sacrament ~ 141 2, 98 | to him as ~dispenser in chief, they are not his as master 142 2, 98 | seemingly, that this is one's chief intention wherefore the 143 2, 102 | soul; and among these the chief, in a way, ~is the will, 144 2, 104 | giver, since this is the chief requisite of virtue, as 145 2, 107 | manifestation of the ~truth a man's chief intention is to give another 146 2, 108 | Christ. ii), words hold the ~chief place among other signs. 147 2, 117 | 3: Further, prudence is chief among the moral virtues, 148 2, 120 | religion, ~which is the chief part of justice; the fourth 149 2, 120 | to true religion. Now the chief obstacle to ~religion is 150 2, 121 | Whether endurance is its chief act?~(7) Whether its action 151 2, 121 | Whether endurance is the chief act of fortitude?~Aquin.: 152 2, 121 | that endurance is not the chief act of fortitude. For ~virtue " 153 2, 121 | Therefore endurance is not the ~chief act of fortitude.~Aquin.: 154 2, 121 | of whom Aristotle was the chief, ascribed to virtuous men ~ 155 2, 121 | Therefore fortitude is the chief of the moral virtues.~Aquin.: 156 2, 122 | nothing. Now charity is the chief incentive to martyrdom: 157 2, 122 | martyrdom, as its first ~and chief motive cause, being the 158 2, 122 | above (Q[123], A[6]), the chief act of fortitude ~is endurance: 159 2, 122 | fortitude on the part of its ~chief act, viz. endurance, hence 160 2, 123 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the chief reason why a man is commended 161 2, 132 | sacrifices": and this is the chief ~object of magnificence. 162 2, 132 | with ~holiness, since its chief effect is directed to religion 163 2, 132 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The chief act of virtue is the inward 164 2, 135 | that perseverance has its chief title to praise. Among other ~ 165 2, 138 | decalogue, which are the chief precepts of the Law.~Aquin.: 166 2, 145 | reason, on the eve of the chief festivals, because it is 167 2, 151 | 5), intemperance ~is the chief corruptive of prudence: 168 2, 156 | pertinacity in anger, that is the chief point of consideration in 169 2, 159 | lofty." Now eyes are the chief aids to ~knowledge. Therefore 170 2, 159 | competent to him; while the chief reason for ~suppressing 171 2, 160 | the aversion which is the chief part of sin.~Aquin.: SMT 172 2, 166 | especial caution. The first and chief is that the pleasure ~in 173 2, 171 | these two that holds the chief place in prophecy, ~since 174 2, 179 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The chief of the moral virtues is 175 2, 182 | which are the matter of the chief ~commandments of the Divine 176 2, 182 | OBJ 2: Bishops have the chief cure of the sheep of their 177 2, 182 | archdeacons have not the chief cure, ~but a certain ministry 178 2, 182 | does not belong to them in chief, nor are they bound to ~ 179 2, 182 | exercise the cure of souls in ~chief, but only in certain particulars 180 2, 183 | that, In any obligation the chief thing to be considered is 181 2, 184 | of ~sensible pleasures, chief among which are venereal 182 2, 184 | vow of obedience is the chief of the three religious vows?~ 183 2, 184 | of obedience is not the chief of the ~three religious 184 2, 184 | vow of obedience is the chief ~of all religious vows.~ 185 2, 184 | vow of obedience is the chief of the three religious ~ 186 2, 184 | are dispositions ~to the chief vows. And venial sin is 187 2, 184 | is disposed to keep the chief precepts of Christ's law, 188 2, 186 | contemplative life. Now chief among the works of the ~ 189 2, 186 | Coll. ii, 2), is not the chief object of ~commendation 190 2, 186 | the ~least of the three chief means of perfection; since 191 2, 187 | OBJ 5: There are certain chief precepts which are the ends, 192 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, chief among the acts to which 193 2, 187 | the contemplative life. Chief among these are ~those which 194 3, 7 | Christ is ~the first and chief teacher of spiritual doctrine 195 3, 7 | Christ, as in the first and chief teacher of the faith.~Aquin.: 196 3, 13 | principally, since it is the chief part of man. Hence ~since 197 3, 14 | defects death holds the chief place. ~Now Christ assumed 198 3, 15 | what is virtuous is man's ~chief good, and what is sinful 199 3, 15 | what is sinful is man's chief evil, since these pertain ~ 200 3, 46 | night - namely, when the chief priests said: ~'He is deserving 201 3, 46 | in Jerusalem, where the chief priests ~dwelt, to show 202 3, 47 | Thy own nation, ~and the chief priests have delivered Thee 203 3, 47 | Christ to Pilate, but to the chief ~priests who gave Him up 204 3, 47 | Thy own ~nation and the chief priests have delivered Thee 205 3, 47 | envy and hate like the chief priests.~Aquin.: SMT TP 206 3, 48 | he is not said to be ~the chief redeemer, but rather the 207 3, 49 | Christ's Passion. For the chief punishment of sin is eternal ~ 208 3, 50 | because the intellect is the chief part ~of man, in which man' 209 3, 59 | the essential reward ~and chief punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 210 3, 64 | the power of ministry in chief, or power of "excellence." ~ 211 3, 64 | would have been Head ~in chief; the others in subjection 212 3, 67 | deacon's province to be the chief and official ~celebrant 213 3, 67 | answer that, Christ is the chief Baptizer, according to Jn. 214 3, 67 | Christ, the baptizer in ~chief, is one: while many are 215 3, 73 | our ~Lord's Passion; the chief sacrament of which in the 216 3, 73 | the Paschal Lamb was the chief figure of this sacrament?~ 217 3, 73 | Paschal Lamb was not the chief figure of this ~sacrament, 218 3, 73 | what is sacrament only, the chief figure of ~this sacrament 219 3, 73 | regard to its effect, the chief figure was the Manna, "having ~ 220 3, 73 | the Paschal Lamb is the chief ~figure of this sacrament, 221 3, 77 | but by the ~power of the chief agent.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 222 3, 78 | implicitly points to the chief ~person, i.e. the person 223 3, 78 | can work miracles as the chief agent. yet it ~can do so 224 3, 79 | by ~concomitance with the chief effect, man obtains forgiveness 225 3, 80 | Paschal Lamb, which was the chief figure of this sacrament, 226 3, 82 | instruments through which the ~chief agent acts.~Aquin.: SMT 227 3, 82 | sacrament itself, which is the chief thing; and the prayers ~ 228 3, 82 | celebrate at ~least on the chief festivals, and especially 229 3, 84 | will, but this was not the chief purpose of its institution. 230 3, 88 | aforesaid sins is not the chief cause of sins returning.~ 231 Suppl, 8 | himself, ~since he is the chief rector. Therefore he can 232 Suppl, 12| 13): "Choice ~holds the chief place in moral virtue." 233 Suppl, 12| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The chief element of virtue can be 234 Suppl, 12| ways. ~First, as being the chief element of virtue as virtue, 235 Suppl, 12| as virtue, and thus the chief ~element of virtue denotes 236 Suppl, 12| other internal acts hold the chief ~place in virtue. Secondly, 237 Suppl, 12| in virtue. Secondly, the chief element of virtue may be 238 Suppl, 12| that external acts hold the chief place in certain virtues; 239 Suppl, 14| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the chief work of satisfaction is 240 Suppl, 30| expel ~sickness. Hence the chief object of the institution 241 Suppl, 32| power of which they are the chief ~instrument. And since the 242 Suppl, 32| loins, because they are the ~chief seat of the concupiscible 243 Suppl, 40| priests one ~who is the chief priest, and this is the 244 Suppl, 40| priest and pontiff, that is chief priest. ~Accordingly the 245 Suppl, 40| under the one who had the chief power. But ~the rite of 246 Suppl, 47| than certain others; and chief ~among them are those which 247 Suppl, 49| The latter is indeed the chief of the ~two, since it follows 248 Suppl, 49| Whether the sacrament is the chief of the marriage goods?~Aquin.: 249 Suppl, 49| the "sacrament" is not the chief of the ~marriage goods. 250 Suppl, 49| Therefore the offspring is the chief marriage ~good.~Aquin.: 251 Suppl, 49| whenever pleasure is the chief motive for ~the marriage 252 Suppl, 55| Consanguinity is not the chief cause of affinity, but union ~ 253 Suppl, 56| does not hinder any of the ~chief marriage goods, it hinders 254 Suppl, 57| has lost, this being the chief reason why adoption was ~ 255 Suppl, 59| 1/1~I answer that, The chief good of marriage is the 256 Suppl, 59| marriage in respect of its chief good, which is the good 257 Suppl, 71| bond of charity. Again, chief among the effects of charity 258 Suppl, 71| Church and almsgiving are the chief suffrages ~for the dead. 259 Suppl, 71| directed to the dead the ~chief suffrage is prayer, because 260 Suppl, 71| Further, the Eucharist is the chief of the suffrages of the ~ 261 Suppl, 72| it." Now ~apparently the chief obstacle to the souls of 262 Suppl, 72| and cold, which are the chief principles of corruption 263 Suppl, 77| of God." Now blood is the chief humor. Therefore it will 264 Suppl, 80| same place, which is the chief question at ~issue.~Aquin.: 265 Suppl, 86| this world humility is the chief: and for ~this reason the 266 Suppl, 86| beginning of a thing is ~its chief part. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 267 Suppl, 88| thereby, since ~it is their chief beauty.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 268 Suppl, 93| sexual concupiscences are chief among ~internal passions. 269 Suppl, 93| of ~temperance, hold the chief place among all pleasures 270 Suppl, 93| pleasures which are the ~chief of this kind; and such is 271 Suppl, 93| conflict with the world, the chief victory is to suffer ~the 272 Suppl, 93| conflict with ~the devil, the chief victory is to expel the 273 Suppl, 93| correspond to ~the three chief acts of the soul's three 274 Appen2, 1| afflict us ~here. But the chief purpose of the punishment


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