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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | Now being to ~which no addition is made is universal being 2 1, 3 | its essence precludes any addition; thus, for example, it is 3 1, 6 | everything which is an addition to anything else is a compound 4 1, 7 | thing. Since ~therefore addition is opposed to division, 5 1, 7 | aspect of matter; but by addition we approach to the whole ~ 6 1, 7 | infinite is not in the ~addition of magnitude, but only in 7 1, 7 | found potentially in the addition of multitude.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 8 | demons, except with the ~addition, "inasmuch as they are beings." 9 1, 11 | in a determinate genus by addition to being, which penetrates 10 1, 11 | thing common to all, is an addition to ~it. But "being" is divided 11 1, 11 | Therefore "one" is an ~addition to "being."~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 11 | Further, if "one" is not an addition to "being," "one" and ~" 13 1, 11 | false. Therefore "one" is an addition to "being."~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 11 | false if "one" were an ~addition to "being," in the sense 15 1, 11 | Therefore "one" is not ~an addition to "being."~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 18 | generating. Others are able, in addition, to sense, as we see in 17 1, 23 | For a ~number to which an addition can be made is not certain. 18 1, 23 | certain. But there can be ~an addition to the number of the predestined 19 1, 25 | another number. For the addition ~of a substantial difference 20 1, 25 | after the manner of the ~addition of unity of numbers (Metaph. 21 1, 29 | the ~plural, or with the addition of a distinguishing adjective; 22 1, 30 | which is made clear by the ~addition of the term "individual." 23 1, 36 | symbol ~was explained by some addition directed against rising 24 1, 40 | may be understood when the addition is taken away; as ~man is 25 1, 41 | properties. Therefore, in addition ~to these, notional acts 26 1, 43 | eternal procession, ~with the addition of a temporal effect. For 27 1, 47 | in which species ~vary by addition or subtraction of unity. 28 1, 48 | is transparent. Likewise, addition in sin can be made ~to infinitude, 29 1, 50 | numbers," which differ by addition and subtraction of unity, 30 1, 51 | companionship of corporeal addition." Bernard likewise says ~( 31 1, 59 | their cause, or through the addition of some ~qualification.~ 32 1, 76 | differ in ~species by the addition or subtraction of unity. 33 1, 76 | something indivisible, and every addition and ~subtraction varies 34 1, 40 | may be understood when the addition is taken away; as ~man is 35 1, 41 | properties. Therefore, in addition ~to these, notional acts 36 1, 43 | eternal procession, ~with the addition of a temporal effect. For 37 1, 48 | in which species ~vary by addition or subtraction of unity. 38 1, 49 | is transparent. Likewise, addition in sin can be made ~to infinitude, 39 1, 51 | numbers," which differ by addition and subtraction of unity, 40 1, 52 | companionship of corporeal addition." Bernard likewise says ~( 41 1, 60 | their cause, or through the addition of some ~qualification.~ 42 1, 75 | differ in ~species by the addition or subtraction of unity. 43 1, 75 | something indivisible, and every addition and ~subtraction varies 44 1, 77 | interior ~sensitive powers, in addition to the proper exterior senses.~ 45 1, 91 | be made only - either by addition (and ~then the woman ought 46 1, 91 | matter, we must admit an addition of matter: either by creation, 47 1, 91 | from the rib, ~because an addition was made to the already 48 1, 102 | things receive from man in addition to their nature is somewhat 49 1, 102 | essential good, then no addition is possible.~Aquin.: SMT 50 1, 107 | of which the second is an addition to ~the first, and the third 51 1, 107 | first, and the third an addition to both. And because God 52 1, 107 | king or leader; others in addition are ~privileged to know 53 1, 110 | A[2] Body Para. 3/3~In addition to this mode the human will 54 1, 114 | purpose. First, ~because addition of quantity does not cause 55 1, 117 | Therefore some say that in addition to the vegetative soul which 56 1, 117 | soul supervenes; and in addition to ~this, again another, 57 1, 117 | susceptible of more or ~less; but addition of greater perfection constitutes 58 1, 117 | another species, ~just as the addition of unity constitutes another 59 1, 117 | perfection; this will imply addition of ~further perfection without 60 1, 117 | previous form, and something in addition. It is in this way that ~ 61 1, 118 | multitude cannot consist in the ~addition of a thing to itself, since 62 1, 118 | fire is multiplied ~by the addition of wood; or lastly by creation. 63 2, 5 | the same good. And the ~addition of other goods does not 64 2, 6 | Therefore, even with the addition of fear, it is ~involuntary.~ 65 2, 6 | from without," but with the addition, "in which he ~that suffers 66 2, 20 | But increase is the ~addition of one thing to another. 67 2, 26 | Because dilection implies, in addition to love, a ~choice [electionem] 68 2, 26 | nature. Charity denotes, in addition to ~love, a certain perfection 69 2, 30 | and ~acquired," i.e. in addition to those that are natural.~ 70 2, 30 | infinitely, as appears in the ~addition of numbers and lines. Consequently, 71 2, 32 | or in some other ~way in addition to knowledge; as when a 72 2, 34 | cannot be made better by ~addition. But pleasure is made better 73 2, 34 | pleasure is made better by addition; since pleasure ~together 74 2, 34 | things are good; wherefore no addition can ~make it better: whereas 75 2, 34 | good becomes better by the addition of another good. Moreover 76 2, 35 | added to "animal." Such an addition ~makes true species of a 77 2, 35 | added to "animal." Such an addition does not ~make true species 78 2, 40 | it be said that hope, in addition to desire, denotes the ~ 79 2, 42 | part, regards evil with the addition of a certain arduousness ~ 80 2, 48 | greater fervor. But "the ~addition of a greater anger banishes 81 2, 52 | Whether they increase by addition?~(3) Whether each act increases 82 2, 52 | are like numbers, in which addition or subtraction changes the 83 2, 52 | Whether habits increases by addition?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] A[ 84 2, 52 | increase of habits is by way of addition. ~For the word "increase," 85 2, 52 | is no increase ~without addition: wherefore (De Gener. i, 86 2, 52 | said that ~"increase is an addition to a magnitude already existing." 87 2, 52 | there is no increase without addition.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] A[ 88 2, 52 | is no ~increase without addition.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] A[ 89 2, 52 | made white except by the addition of ~whiteness. Therefore 90 2, 52 | manner, ~neither is any addition made in other forms when 91 2, 52 | forms, is not caused by an addition of form to form; but by 92 2, 52 | understood to be by way of addition, ~this could only be either 93 2, 52 | stated (A[1]) that ~such an addition or subtraction would change 94 2, 52 | on the other hand, this addition be understood as applying 95 2, 52 | we may find ~increase by addition. For movement increases 96 2, 52 | movement increases by an addition either to the ~time it lasts, 97 2, 52 | can increase in itself by addition; thus when anyone ~learns 98 2, 52 | receive ~increase by way of addition. For an animal is not said 99 2, 52 | increase is twofold. First, by addition ~of one subject to another; 100 2, 52 | mere intensity, without any addition at all; such is the ~case 101 2, 53 | or diminish by a kind of addition, as we ~have already clearly 102 2, 62 | man ~needed to receive in addition something supernatural to 103 2, 62 | need of a natural habit in addition to ~the power. But the very 104 2, 63 | Consequently man needs in addition ~to be perfected by other 105 2, 66 | it is an ornament and an addition to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 106 2, 68 | suffice, unless it ~receive in addition the prompting or motion 107 2, 88 | perfect, by some sort of addition: and, consequently, a venial 108 2, 88 | can ~become mortal, by the addition of some deformity pertaining 109 2, 88 | cannot become imperfect, by ~addition; and so a mortal sin cannot 110 2, 88 | cannot become venial, by the addition of a ~deformity pertaining 111 2, 91 | need for a Divine law in addition to the natural ~law, and 112 2, 91 | creature have a Divine law in addition to the natural law.~Aquin.: 113 2, 94 | ways. First, by way of addition. In this sense nothing hinders 114 2, 94 | this respect, except by addition.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 115 2, 95 | judges, than to frame laws in addition.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 116 2, 99 | contains ceremonial precepts in addition to the moral ~precepts?~( 117 2, 99 | no judicial precepts in addition to ~the moral and ceremonial 118 2, 99 | commanded thee." Therefore in addition to the above, the Law ~comprises " 119 2, 100 | in the decalogue and in addition thereto. As to ~the act 120 2, 102 | needed four other ~things in addition to these. First, a continual 121 2, 102 | his godly mode of life. In addition to these were the ~pomegranates, 122 2, 109 | natural to him without the addition of any gratuitous gift, 123 2, 1 | rule of faith, to which ~no addition or subtraction can lawfully 124 2, 1 | all. This ~indeed was no addition to Holy Writ, but something 125 2, 8 | since they ~are given in addition to the latter. Now understanding 126 2, 8 | perfecting it. Wherefore this addition is not called "reason" but ~" 127 2, 22 | that which is by way of addition to another seems to be ~ 128 2, 23 | Whether it increases by addition?~(6) Whether it increases 129 2, 23 | Whether charity increases by addition?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 130 2, 23 | that charity increases by addition. For just as ~increase may 131 2, 23 | bodily quantity results from addition; ~for the Philosopher says ( 132 2, 23 | i, 5) that "increase is addition to ~pre-existing magnitude." 133 2, 23 | to virtual quantity is by addition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 134 2, 23 | increases in the air by addition; thus the light in a ~house 135 2, 23 | increases in the soul by addition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 136 2, 23 | Therefore charity increases by addition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 137 2, 23 | greater results ~from the addition of one simple thing to another, 138 2, 23 | charity does not increase by ~addition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 139 2, 23 | 1/4~I answer that, Every addition is of something to something 140 2, 23 | else: so that ~in every addition we must at least presuppose 141 2, 23 | are distinct before the addition. Consequently if charity 142 2, 23 | love by charity. Hence the addition which causes an ~increase 143 2, 23 | by no means increase by addition ~of charity to charity, 144 2, 23 | increase of magnitude by addition, as may be seen in animals. 145 2, 23 | accordingly it increases by addition, when a man knows more things; 146 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The addition of light to light can be 147 2, 23 | this is more than a ~simple addition of charity, since it includes 148 2, 28 | while peace denotes, in ~addition to this union, the union 149 2, 33 | it be determined by some addition. Now nothing, seemingly, ~ 150 2, 37 | That which results from an addition to something else ~surpasses 151 2, 46 | by Macrobius; with the addition of a seventh, viz. "memory" 152 2, 47 | circumspection a part of prudence ~in addition to foresight.~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 56 | community. Consequently, if in addition to general justice ~there 154 2, 56 | Accordingly, just as in addition to legal justice there is 155 2, 60 | the thing that he has in addition to what is his, ~should 156 2, 60 | be no better off; and in ~addition he must be punished for 157 2, 64 | the natural law, but an addition thereto devised by human 158 2, 75 | estimate, so that a ~slight addition or subtraction would not 159 2, 76 | gratuitous ~use of that thing in addition to repayment, it is the 160 2, 81 | practical reason it belongs in addition to cause something by way 161 2, 86 | enough without requiring the addition of other burdens.~Aquin.: 162 2, 94 | of producing. But if in ~addition there be employed certain 163 2, 97 | of temporal punishment in addition to the punishment of ~excommunication, 164 2, 98 | acquired therefrom, but also in addition to this ~he is punished 165 2, 107 | greater seems to amount to an ~addition thereto. Now to deny the 166 2, 107 | whereas it is compatible with addition. Therefore it seems that ~ 167 2, 108 | measure of gravity without addition or diminution; and ~this 168 2, 115 | liberality as ~something in addition thereto, as we shall explain 169 2, 142 | but it is requisite, in addition to this, that it be "an ~ 170 2, 150 | reason's purpose; ~and the addition "perpetual" does not imply 171 2, 152 | vices; secondly, because, in addition, it is contrary to the ~ 172 2, 156 | this of anger, by way of addition to the ~words of the Law: " 173 2, 158 | expenditure, there is need in addition for ~liberality, which is 174 2, 158 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~In addition to this, moreover, Tully ( 175 2, 170 | not simply, but with an addition, for instance as "false ~ 176 2, 173 | denotes a certain violence in addition. ~Accordingly ecstasy may 177 2, 176 | superfluous to reckon in addition the ~working of signs as 178 2, 176 | is conferred on man in ~addition to the common benefit bestowed 179 2, 178 | contemplative life. Therefore in addition to the ~three aforesaid, 180 2, 180 | not of ~subtraction but of addition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[182] A[ 181 2, 181 | connatural to man with the addition of a ~certain restfulness. 182 2, 183 | said ~afterwards by way of addition: "If thou wilt be perfect 183 2, 186 | parish priests. Therefore in addition to bishops and parish priests, 184 2, 186 | fitting, however, that in addition to the ordinary ~prelates 185 3, 2 | includes the ~nature, and in addition certain other things outside 186 3, 2 | Nature receives therefrom any addition or change, it follows ~that 187 3, 3 | something most ~perfect. Now no addition can be made to what is perfect. 188 3, 3 | Divine Person is infinite, no addition can be ~made to it: Hence 189 3, 3 | conjunction to be according to addition"; ~just as in the union 190 3, 4 | nature but through the addition of something which is above 191 3, 7 | Further, every finite thing by addition can attain to the ~quantity 192 3, 7 | For to ~every finite thing addition can be made. But the grace 193 3, 7 | of mathematical quantity, addition can be made ~to any finite 194 3, 7 | quantity which is repugnant to addition. But if we speak of natural ~ 195 3, 7 | the whole there can be no addition. And still more must ~we 196 3, 7 | it is not necessary that addition should be capable of being 197 3, 12 | imperfect is that to which addition may be made. Hence ~Christ 198 3, 12 | who say absolutely ~that addition was made to Christ's knowledge, 199 3, 44 | of ~creation, but by an addition of extraneous matter transformed 200 3, 50 | simply which is said without addition," as the ~Philosopher put 201 3, 57 | heaven Christ acquired no addition to His ~essential glory 202 3, 60 | 6], ad 2; A[7]). But any addition or subtraction in forms ~ 203 3, 60 | not rendered invalid by addition or subtraction of words, 204 3, 60 | Wherefore if he intends by such addition or suppression to perform 205 3, 60 | and consequently such an addition makes ~the sacrament invalid. 206 3, 60 | sacrament invalid. But if the addition be such as not to destroy 207 3, 60 | it ~matter whether this addition be made at the beginning, 208 3, 60 | invalid: whereas if the addition, "and in ~the name of the 209 3, 60 | by them. Consequently any addition or suppression of words ~ 210 3, 62 | grace confers anything in addition to the grace ~of the virtues 211 3, 62 | grace confers anything in addition to the grace of ~the virtues 212 3, 62 | grace confers nothing in addition to ~the grace of the virtues 213 3, 62 | cannot confer anything in addition to the grace of the virtues 214 3, 62 | cannot confer anything in addition to the grace of the virtues 215 3, 62 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every addition or subtraction of form varies 216 3, 62 | grace confers anything in ~addition to the grace of the virtues 217 3, 62 | grace confers nothing in addition to the ~grace of the virtues 218 3, 62 | grace confers something ~in addition to the grace of the virtues 219 3, 62 | is something special in addition to the actions of the ~soul' 220 3, 62 | virtues and gifts confer, in addition to grace ~commonly so called, 221 3, 62 | commonly so called, and in addition to the virtues and gifts, 222 3, 62 | grace confers something in addition to the grace of the ~virtues 223 3, 64 | minister. And yet something in addition may be ~impetrated for the 224 3, 64 | power an instrument has ~in addition to that which it has as 225 3, 66 | validly conferred. As to the addition of ~"Ego" in our form, it 226 3, 73 | which comes to man from the addition of food, or ~clothing, or 227 3, 74 | celebrated if there were ~such addition of water as to destroy the 228 3, 77 | and ~wine are not, but by addition or division; for, as is 229 3, 77 | while on the contrary, by addition, two dimensions become one. 230 3, 77 | can receive division and ~addition; and since it is the subject 231 3, 78 | expressly mentioned, without any addition. Therefore in this form 232 3, 79 | This sacrament has this in addition to the others, that it ~ 233 3, 83 | comedite] without ~the addition of the word "all," whereas 234 3, 83 | straight on, because the addition of the ~water is not necessary 235 3, 84 | it is for Baptism, this addition is left to the discretion 236 3, 88 | previously pardoned, in addition to the debt proper to this ~ 237 3, 90 | while some are related, in addition, as to power, as the ~parts 238 Suppl, 1 | have done," because the addition of the word "punishes" ~ 239 Suppl, 2 | of the planets, which, in addition to ~their proper movements, 240 Suppl, 2 | Consequently each moral virtue, in addition to ~its proper movement, 241 Suppl, 2 | is a part of justice, ~in addition to its own act, it acquires 242 Suppl, 2 | suffices. But in contrition, in addition to the merit of Christ, 243 Suppl, 9 | disease is ~aggravated by the addition of another, and a medicine 244 Suppl, 40| But the subdeacon wears in addition the "maniple" on the left 245 Suppl, 40| New Law. The deacon has in addition the ~"stole" over the left 246 Suppl, 43| engagement ring; fourthly, by the addition of ~an oath. If, however, 247 Suppl, 46| makes a betrothal. But the addition of an oath must have some 248 Suppl, 46| future is not yet. Now the addition of an oath ~does not make 249 Suppl, 49| no excuse. Therefore the addition ~of the marriage goods cannot 250 Suppl, 54| degree results from the ~addition of one thing to another, 251 Suppl, 54| species of number. Yet the addition of one person to another ~ 252 Suppl, 54| consanguinity, ~receives a further addition of new blood, and the more 253 Suppl, 55| as it were an extraneous addition thereto: whence ~arises 254 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The addition of a person by carnal generation 255 Suppl, 65| to have another wife in addition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 256 Suppl, 70| ability to be anything ~in addition to the essence of the soul, 257 Suppl, 71| whom they are ~offered in addition to general suffrages?~Aquin.: 258 Suppl, 71| whom they are offered in addition to general suffrages. For 259 Suppl, 77| Secondly, ~because the addition of extraneous humor to the 260 Suppl, 78| nature, resulting in ~the addition of something to or the subtraction 261 Suppl, 80| but a palpable body, in addition to this, resists the ~touch; 262 Suppl, 81| of the lines to which an addition has been made. [*The same ~ 263 Suppl, 82| component parts, but in addition to this it will ~have clarity 264 Suppl, 87| eternal life, without the addition of the boon of the Redemption, 265 Suppl, 88| elements will be renewed by an addition of brightness?~Aquin.: SMT 266 Suppl, 88| elements to be renewed by the addition of ~brightness.~Aquin.: 267 Suppl, 88| will be glorified by the addition of ~brightness when man 268 Suppl, 90| the infinite, and so the ~addition of the finite to the infinite 269 Suppl, 93| square number. Thus the addition of ~this number is fitting 270 Suppl, 93| but only those ~who in addition to the observance of virginity 271 Suppl, 95| there will be no further addition to good ~or evil. Consequently,


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