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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reality

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1 1, 3 | the latter is a ~distinct reality, as actuality to potentiality. 2 1, 6 | God to creatures, is not a reality ~in God, but in the creature; 3 1, 11 | One" does not add any reality to "being"; but is only 4 1, 11 | being" did not add any reality to "being," but ~signified 5 1, 11 | principle of number, added a reality to the substance of ~"being" ( 6 1, 11 | convertible with "being" added a ~reality to the substance of beings; 7 1, 11 | being," does not add a reality to being; but that the ~" 8 1, 11 | principle of number, does add a reality to "being," ~belonging to 9 1, 13 | one and the same thing ~in reality, but differ in idea, it 10 1, 13 | that an idea to which ~no reality corresponds is a vain notion. 11 1, 13 | a thing which is one in reality and in idea, is more one ~ 12 1, 13 | one ~than what is one in reality and many in idea. But God 13 1, 13 | seems that He is not one in reality and many in idea; and ~thus 14 1, 13 | to all of them one simple reality represented by them ~in 15 1, 13 | about that He is one in reality, and yet multiple in idea, 16 1, 13 | that relation is not a ~reality, but only an idea. But this 17 1, 13 | things ~according to some reality that belongs to both; as 18 1, 13 | in one extreme may be a reality, while in ~the other extreme 19 1, 13 | not in idea only, but ~in reality; for He is called Lord according 20 1, 13 | common to many either in reality, or in idea; as human ~nature 21 1, 13 | nature is common to many in reality, and in idea; whereas the 22 1, 13 | is not common to many in reality, but only in idea; for the ~ 23 1, 13 | incommunicable both ~in reality and idea; for the plurality 24 1, 13 | be communicable either in reality or in idea; but only perhaps 25 1, 13 | God" is ~incommunicable in reality, but communicable in opinion; 26 1, 13 | although God ~Himself in reality is neither universal nor 27 1, 13 | some way the same thing in reality, ~and different things in 28 1, 24 | opinion of man, but to the ~reality of the fact. For the book 29 1, 24 | to have eternal life in reality; such ~are never blotted 30 1, 28 | requires and implies in reality two ~terms. Therefore the 31 1, 28 | apprehension and not in reality. This is not found in any 32 1, 28 | anything besides relation in reality; but only in the ~various 33 1, 29 | three names ~signifying a reality - that is, "a thing of nature," " 34 1, 30 | we imply its undivided reality: thus, for instance, "one" ~ 35 1, 30 | intention, but the name of a reality. We must therefore ~resolve 36 1, 30 | nature, but the subsistent reality in that ~nature. Now this 37 1, 32 | by reason of the common reality, so common ~spiration is 38 1, 32 | essence is signified as a reality; and likewise ~the persons 39 1, 39 | nature, however, is not a reality, ~but is only in the consideration 40 1, 40 | identity, not ~merely in reality, but also in the mode of 41 1, 40 | nor form and matter, in reality; nevertheless, as regards 42 1, 41 | of signification; and in reality are altogether the ~same. 43 1, 41 | divine essence is the same in reality as the act of ~begetting 44 1, 42 | nearly approaching to the reality is to be found in ~that 45 1, 44 | whereas it is not abstract in ~reality. Now, it is becoming that 46 1, 44 | relations to things, ~in reality are not apart from the divine 47 1, 44 | should have the same ~mode in reality as the thought of it has 48 1, 44 | of all things is one in reality. But this does ~not prevent 49 1, 50 | necessarily ~distinguished in reality; because the intellect does 50 1, 66 | mutually contradictory, in reality they differ but little; 51 1, 70 | in their orbits, and in reality have no other movement but 52 1, 39 | nature, however, is not a reality, ~but is only in the consideration 53 1, 40 | identity, not ~merely in reality, but also in the mode of 54 1, 40 | nor form and matter, in reality; nevertheless, as regards 55 1, 41 | of signification; and in reality are altogether the ~same. 56 1, 41 | divine essence is the same in reality as the act of ~begetting 57 1, 42 | nearly approaching to the reality is to be found in ~that 58 1, 45 | whereas it is not abstract in ~reality. Now, it is becoming that 59 1, 45 | relations to things, ~in reality are not apart from the divine 60 1, 45 | should have the same ~mode in reality as the thought of it has 61 1, 45 | of all things is one in reality. But this does ~not prevent 62 1, 51 | necessarily ~distinguished in reality; because the intellect does 63 1, 67 | mutually contradictory, in reality they differ but little; 64 1, 71 | in their orbits, and in reality have no other movement but 65 1, 79 | desired are the same in ~reality, but differ in aspect: for 66 1, 83 | discriminates some ~images from the reality, yet is it always deceived 67 1, 84 | intellect, are abstract in reality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 68 1, 84 | in diameter, whereas in reality it ~exceeds the earth in 69 1, 92 | female" [*these words are in ~reality from Gal. 3:28] (Vulg. " 70 1, 106 | only to know the truth in reality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] A[ 71 1, 107 | no difference ~exists in reality between the dispositions 72 1, 113 | power of nature, cannot in reality be effected by the ~operation 73 1, 113 | but a mere semblance of reality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 74 1, 118 | is not changed into the reality of human nature. Therefore 75 1, 118 | seems to belong to the reality of ~human nature; and if 76 1, 118 | food is changed into the reality of human ~nature.~Aquin.: 77 2, 2 | fitting good, either in reality, or ~in hope, or at least 78 2, 6 | by sinning, although in ~reality it is evil and contrary 79 2, 11 | in intention but also in reality; imperfectly, ~when it is 80 2, 11 | have an end, not only in ~reality, but also in intention, 81 2, 12 | that what ~is not one in reality may be taken as one by the 82 2, 12 | we have many things in ~reality, we may take them as one 83 2, 15 | choice do not differ in reality, but only in our way of 84 2, 16 | tend to have the end in reality; and ~this is to have it 85 2, 24 | words, is nevertheless, in ~reality, none at all, or but little, 86 2, 27 | distinguish things which in reality are ~united, and to unite 87 2, 29 | simultaneous logically, while, ~in reality, one precedes, and causes 88 2, 29 | accident; for substance is ~in reality the cause of accident; and 89 2, 29 | and being are the same in reality, but differ ~as considered 90 2, 30 | because it is finite in reality, as being once actually 91 2, 32 | its likeness; secondly, in reality - i.e. according ~as one 92 2, 33 | first, as ~existing in reality; secondly, as existing in 93 2, 33 | Considered as existing in reality, pleasure does not of itself 94 2, 33 | pleasure, not as existing in reality, but as ~existing in the 95 2, 35 | things that are ~contrary in reality are not contrary in the 96 2, 35 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the reality moves more than its likeness 97 2, 36 | were what they ~are in reality, this question would seem 98 2, 36 | good: and privation is in reality nothing else than the lack 99 2, 39 | apparently evil, but good in ~reality. Now pain or sorrow for 100 2, 40 | drink lack steadiness in ~reality, yet they are steady in 101 2, 40 | drink are indeed unsteady in reality: but, in ~their own estimation, 102 2, 64 | something were, which in reality ~it is not: and there will 103 2, 64 | declared not to be, whereas in reality it is.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 104 2, 69 | living, whereby the ~solid reality of eternal goods is denoted. 105 2, 69 | these rewards ~are one in reality, viz. eternal happiness, 106 2, 72 | straying from the truth of the reality. Now the species of ~falsehood 107 2, 72 | saying more or less than the reality. ~Therefore neither is the 108 2, 93 | according as it answers to the ~reality." But the Divine intellect 109 2, 103 | and by their faith in the reality foreshadowed; ~not by reason 110 2, 103 | for even in respect of the reality which those ceremonies ~ 111 2, 103 | altogether through their reality being fulfilled. As a ~sign 112 2, 103 | as though they did not in reality perform those actions, ~ 113 2, 107 | Christ"; in other words, the reality is found in Christ. ~Wherefore 114 2, 107 | Law is called the law of reality; whereas the Old Law ~is 115 2, 107 | not break the sabbath in reality, as ~the Master Himself 116 2, 108 | abolished by the advent of the reality; ~wherefore in regard to 117 2, 112 | For grace by ~its physical reality is in the soul. Now the 118 2, 112 | in it by their physical reality, as ~appears from Augustine ( 119 2, 112 | soul by their physical ~reality, are known through experimental 120 2, 8 | nature of the substantial reality, under words ~lies hidden 121 2, 15 | contained in the Old, as the ~reality in the figure, as stated 122 2, 22 | though that object be one in reality, as shown above (Q[17], 123 2, 23 | necessarily by a distinction of ~reality, but at least by a distinction 124 2, 23 | though not ~pre-existent in reality, is nevertheless capable 125 2, 33 | apparently evil but good in reality, even as, on the other hand, 126 2, 33 | Now these do ~not seem in reality to arise from sloth. For " 127 2, 49 | a thing just as it is in reality, and this is due to the 128 2, 49 | things just as they ~are in reality, is radically due to nature, 129 2, 60 | though they be transitory in ~reality, yet remain in their effect; 130 2, 75 | a premium. But since in reality ~this is wicked, it is in 131 2, 84 | they are bound to offer in reality that ~which has been already 132 2, 92 | custom rather than with ~the reality": and (De Vera Relig. v) 133 2, 93 | spirit of Samuel was not in reality aroused from his rest, but 134 2, 109 | just without being so in reality." ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] 135 2, 110 | above that which he is ~in reality. And since we should judge 136 2, 121 | possibly they differed not in reality but in their way of speaking. ~ 137 2, 128 | short of the magnanimous in ~reality, although in appearance 138 2, 160 | pretense come after the reality. Now the ~Philosopher says ( 139 3, 2 | assumed human nature in reality, ~unless it be said that 140 3, 4 | He ~did not assume it in reality, this would be a false understanding; 141 3, 5 | ought to correspond to the reality as regards ~the likeness 142 3, 5 | longer be a likeness but the reality ~itself, as Damascene says ( 143 3, 8 | image as image, and to the reality, as is clear from ~the Philosopher ( 144 3, 15 | Lord, in order to prove the reality of the assumed manhood, ' 145 3, 15 | not intend to ~exclude the reality of the pain, but the necessity 146 3, 15 | But in order to prove the reality ~of the body, the body's 147 3, 15 | fearing. And yet to ~show the reality of His human nature, He 148 3, 16 | on the contrary, hold the reality on the part of man, but 149 3, 16 | part of man, but deny the ~reality on the part of God. For 150 3, 16 | proposition, together with the reality of ~both terms, holding 151 3, 16 | answer that, Granted the reality of both natures, i.e. Divine 152 3, 22 | figure cannot equal the reality, wherefore the figural ~ 153 3, 22 | figure ~fell short of the reality in this, that the victim 154 3, 22 | adequately representing ~the reality, but as falling far short 155 3, 24 | of a ~form or nature in reality, can be apprehended either 156 3, 28 | Christ wished so to show the reality of His body, as to ~manifest 157 3, 28 | virginity, but to witness to the reality of the ~union."~Aquin.: 158 3, 29 | but to witness to the reality of the union." Nevertheless, 159 3, 33 | men, so as to prove the reality of His human ~nature.~Aquin.: 160 3, 34 | womb, while ~retaining the reality of His Nature, He was made 161 3, 35 | is but one filiation in ~reality, though there be two in 162 3, 36 | Thirdly, because thus the reality of His human nature would 163 3, 36 | female, [*These words are in ~reality from Gal. 3:28] neither 164 3, 37 | For ~on the advent of the reality, the figure ceases. But 165 3, 37 | First, in order to prove the reality of His human nature, in ~ 166 3, 37 | He might ~accomplish the reality.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 167 3, 37 | Christ. For ~the Gospel reality should correspond to the 168 3, 37 | referred, as the figure to the reality. But a victim ~should not 169 3, 37 | to and confirmed by the reality, against those who denied 170 3, 39 | in the ~Jordan. For the reality should correspond to the 171 3, 39 | appear, because by the very reality of the dove the ~reality 172 3, 39 | reality of the dove the ~reality of the Holy Ghost and of 173 3, 43 | men should believe in the reality of His ~manhood. And, consequently, 174 3, 43 | prejudice our belief in the reality of His ~flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 175 3, 46 | be a likeness," but the reality, as Damascene says (De Fide 176 3, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the reality ought to correspond with 177 3, 50 | Secondly, in order to show the reality of the flesh assumed. ~For, 178 3, 62 | even before it exists in reality, in so far as it pre-exists 179 3, 63 | Further, a character is both a reality and a sacrament. But in ~ 180 3, 63 | something which is only a ~reality, and something which is 181 3, 63 | something which is ~both reality and sacrament. Therefore 182 3, 63 | Although a character is a reality and a sacrament, it does ~ 183 3, 63 | follow that whatever is a reality and a sacrament, is also 184 3, 63 | further ~on what is the reality and what is the sacrament.~ 185 3, 64 | and not in regard to the reality of the sacrament which ~ 186 3, 64 | neither the sacrament nor ~the reality of the sacrament. But some 187 3, 64 | the sacrament but not the reality. I ~say this in the supposition 188 3, 64 | viz. in regard to the reality of the sacrament, not as 189 3, 64 | he does not receive the reality of the ~sacrament, unless 190 3, 66 | sacrament only"; that which is ~"reality and sacrament"; and that 191 3, 66 | sacrament"; and that which is "reality only." That which is ~sacrament 192 3, 66 | Baptismal character is both reality and sacrament: because it 193 3, 66 | justification: and this last is the reality only, in this ~sacrament - 194 3, 66 | sacrament - namely, the reality signified and not signifying.~ 195 3, 66 | which is both sacrament and reality - i.e. the ~character - 196 3, 66 | character - and that which is reality only - i.e. the inward ~ 197 3, 66 | pertaining to the ultimate reality of the ~sacrament - namely, " 198 3, 66 | replace the figure by His ~reality. Therefore before His Passion 199 3, 66 | dead body, to ~prove the reality of our Lord's body, and 200 3, 66 | the manifestation of the reality of His death, as ~stated 201 3, 66 | OBJ 1: A character is both reality and a sacrament. And we 202 3, 67 | the sacrament but also the reality ~of the sacrament. But if 203 3, 67 | to the Church ~either in reality or sacramentally, can nevertheless 204 3, 68 | two ~ways. First, both in reality and in desire; as is the 205 3, 68 | be wanting to anyone in reality ~but not in desire: for 206 3, 70 | circumcision, as the shadow to the reality. But spiritual circumcision ~ 207 3, 72 | bestowed on the apostles the reality of this sacrament, i.e. 208 3, 73 | true body, which is both reality and ~sacrament, nor His 209 3, 73 | mystical body, which is the reality only in the ~Eucharist. 210 3, 73 | Eucharist, what is both reality ~and sacrament is in the 211 3, 73 | matter itself. but what is reality only, namely, ~the grace 212 3, 73 | character, which is both reality and ~sacrament, and the 213 3, 73 | pardon of sins, which is reality only. And ~the same holds 214 3, 73 | bears the likeness of the reality whereof it is the sacrament. ~ 215 3, 73 | A[1], OBJ[2]) that the reality of the sacrament is the ~ 216 3, 73 | receiving a sacrament, the reality of the sacrament ~can be 217 3, 73 | as a result, receive its reality. ~But they are not disposed 218 3, 73 | consequently, they cannot have the reality ~of the sacrament without 219 3, 73 | wine; that which ~is both reality and sacrament, to wit, Christ' 220 3, 73 | and lastly ~that which is reality only, namely, the effect 221 3, 77 | was no breaking at all in reality, but ~merely in the eyes 222 3, 78 | not in order to exclude ~reality, but to show that the reality 223 3, 78 | reality, but to show that the reality is hidden, because Christ' 224 3, 79 | sacrament itself, and the reality of the sacrament: and it 225 3, 79 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~The reality of this sacrament is charity, 226 3, 80 | receive the sacrament and the reality of the sacrament. However, 227 3, 80 | in desire, though not in ~reality. Consequently, just as some 228 3, 80 | sacrament is a sign of the reality of the sacrament. Now there 229 3, 80 | Now there is a ~twofold reality of this sacrament, as stated 230 3, 80 | distinguish the image from the reality, ~and is moved carnally 231 3, 80 | that Christ, Who is the reality of this sacrament, ~and 232 3, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the reality ought to answer to the figure. 233 3, 83 | ceases on the advent of the reality. But this ~sacrament is 234 3, 84 | something that is both reality ~and sacrament, and something 235 3, 84 | sacrament, and something that is reality only, as is clear from what ~ 236 3, 84 | absolution; that which is reality and sacrament ~is the sinner' 237 3, 84 | repentance; while that which is reality, and not ~sacrament, is 238 3, 84 | consecration of the matter, the ~reality of the consecration is expressed 239 3, 84 | penance was real, because the ~reality of a former act is never 240 Suppl, 6 | that He ~could bestow the reality of the sacrament without 241 Suppl, 12| made to God, from Whom, in reality, nothing can ~be taken, 242 Suppl, 30| contains something that is a reality ~only, something that is 243 Suppl, 30| something that is both ~reality and sacrament. Now nothing 244 Suppl, 30| can be assigned as ~both reality and sacrament except a character. 245 Suppl, 30| sacrament, that which is both reality and sacrament ~is not a 246 Suppl, 33| is not always extreme in ~reality. It is thus that this sacrament 247 Suppl, 34| with that which is either ~reality only, or sacrament only, 248 Suppl, 34| sacrament only, since it is both reality and sacrament. ~Therefore 249 Suppl, 34| speaking; since what is reality ~only is not essential to 250 Suppl, 34| that which is sacrament and reality is said to ~remain. Wherefore 251 Suppl, 39| neither the sacrament nor the ~reality of the sacrament. Other 252 Suppl, 39| sacrament, but not ~the reality of the sacrament. Accordingly 253 Suppl, 42| there is something which is ~reality and sacrament. But this 254 Suppl, 42| with the Church is not the reality ~contained in this sacrament, 255 Suppl, 42| this sacrament, but is the reality signified and not ~contained - 256 Suppl, 42| and no sacrament causes a reality of that kind - but it has ~ 257 Suppl, 42| that it ~is a non-contained reality, because he was of opinion 258 Suppl, 42| opinion that Matrimony has ~no reality contained therein.~Aquin.: 259 Suppl, 42| resulting from those acts is ~reality and sacrament; and the ultimate 260 Suppl, 42| sacrament; and the ultimate reality contained is the effect ~ 261 Suppl, 42| while the non-contained reality is that which the ~Master 262 Suppl, 44| for that which ~is both reality and sacrament [*Cf. TP, 263 Suppl, 46| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In reality he who has carnal intercourse 264 Suppl, 70| suffer from the fire, not in reality but only in ~apprehension: 265 Suppl, 72| fire in question will in reality, as regards its ~beginning, 266 Suppl, 81| instantaneous, according to its reality and not according to our 267 Suppl, 89| the Divine essence were in reality the form of our ~intellect, 268 Suppl, 92| and dowry are the same in reality but differ in aspect: ~because 269 Suppl, 92| and dowry differ even in reality, beatitude being ~the perfect 270 Suppl, 92| possession [*Literally "of the reality: ~non spei . . . sed rei"] 271 Suppl, 93| be greater ~than it is in reality, and by their failing to


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