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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | not its ~essence, for the question of its essence follows on 2 1, 2 | its essence follows on the question of its ~existence. Now the 3 1, 3 | there remains the ~further question of the manner of its existence, 4 1, 3 | previous articles of this question. For there is neither ~composition 5 1, 6 | other goodness, ~the same question applies to that goodness 6 1, 12 | not apply to the present question, for God is present to the 7 1, 12 | treated more fully in the question of rapture (SS, Q[175]).~ 8 1, 13 | The same applies to the question at issue. For this name " 9 1, 23 | predestinator. But this ~is the question, whether, as regards the 10 1, 23 | answer that, Concerning this question, there were different errors. ~ 11 1, 27 | to consider firstly, the question of origin or procession; 12 1, 29 | Para. 3/4~To determine the question, we must consider that something 13 1, 29 | meaning when the ~animal in question is man. Also, it is one 14 1, 37 | A difficulty about this question is objected to the ~effect 15 1, 39 | that, The truth of this question is quite clear if we consider ~ 16 1, 42 | Contra Maxim. ~iii, 13), "The question of origin is, Who is from 17 1, 42 | Who is from whom? but the question ~of equality is, Of what 18 1, 45 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~The next question concerns the mode of the 19 1, 46 | we are considering the ~question in general, as to whether 20 1, 48 | is what answers to ~the question, "Does it exist?" and thus 21 1, 55 | ARTICLES)~Next in order, the question arises as to the medium 22 1, 58 | that, The truth of this question depends partly upon what 23 1, 58 | objections of both sides of the ~question are evident. For the perversity 24 1, 66 | 3~I answer that, On this question the opinions of philosophers 25 1, 66 | not very ~cogent. For the question of the firmament, said to 26 1, 66 | other ~holy writers. But the question of the darkness is explained 27 1, 68 | consider this view of the question worthy of all ~commendation, 28 1, 69 | reply differently to this question ~according to the different 29 1, 69 | should arise. Nor does the question where the seminal ~power 30 1, 70 | Philosophers have differed on this question. Anaxagoras, ~for instance, 31 1, 70 | examining the truth of this question, where such diversity of 32 1, 74 | 2~I answer that, On this question Augustine differs from other 33 1, 75 | matter. We may consider this question in ~two ways. First, from 34 1, 77 | However, as far as the present question ~is concerned, when it is 35 1, 37 | A difficulty about this question is objected to the ~effect 36 1, 39 | that, The truth of this question is quite clear if we consider ~ 37 1, 42 | Contra Maxim. ~iii, 13), "The question of origin is, Who is from 38 1, 42 | Who is from whom? but the question ~of equality is, Of what 39 1, 46 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~The next question concerns the mode of the 40 1, 47 | we are considering the ~question in general, as to whether 41 1, 49 | is what answers to ~the question, "Does it exist?" and thus 42 1, 56 | ARTICLES)~Next in order, the question arises as to the medium 43 1, 59 | that, The truth of this question depends partly upon what 44 1, 59 | objections of both sides of the ~question are evident. For the perversity 45 1, 67 | 3~I answer that, On this question the opinions of philosophers 46 1, 67 | not very ~cogent. For the question of the firmament, said to 47 1, 67 | other ~holy writers. But the question of the darkness is explained 48 1, 69 | consider this view of the question worthy of all ~commendation, 49 1, 70 | reply differently to this question ~according to the different 50 1, 70 | should arise. Nor does the question where the seminal ~power 51 1, 71 | Philosophers have differed on this question. Anaxagoras, ~for instance, 52 1, 71 | examining the truth of this question, where such diversity of 53 1, 73 | 2~I answer that, On this question Augustine differs from other 54 1, 74 | matter. We may consider this question in ~two ways. First, from 55 1, 76 | However, as far as the present question ~is concerned, when it is 56 1, 78 | THIRTEEN ARTICLES)~The next question concerns the intellectual 57 1, 78 | that, The truth about this question depends on what we have ~ 58 1, 83 | order to elucidate this question, ~that the early philosophers, 59 1, 83 | answers the truth to every question if put to him in orderly 60 1, 83 | the truth to a subsequent question, this is not because he 61 1, 83 | 2/5~When, therefore, the question is asked: Does the human 62 1, 83 | us good things?" which ~question the Psalmist answers, "The 63 1, 88 | difficulty in solving this question arises from the ~fact that 64 1, 105 | first of these raises the question of the enlightenment and 65 1, 112 | that, The raising of this question is occasioned by this ~passage 66 1, 114 | 1/4~I answer that, This question is partly solved by what 67 1, 114 | avoided, ~since the cause in question is hindered of necessity.~ 68 1, 116 | 5~I answer that, On this question there have been various 69 1, 116 | must therefore decide the question differently, by saying that 70 1, 118 | 1/3~I answer that, This question depends in some way on what 71 2, 4 | Philosopher discusses this question (Ethic. x, 4), ~and leaves 72 2, 4 | This does not apply to the question under ~consideration; because 73 2, 14 | principle ~cannot be called in question, but must be presupposed 74 2, 14 | to Ethic. iii, 3. But the question as to whether a certain ~ 75 2, 19 | that, Whereas the previous question is the same as inquiring ~" 76 2, 19 | conscience binds"; so this question is the same as ~inquiring " 77 2, 19 | conscience excuses." Now this question ~depends on what has been 78 2, 19 | wills not. But there is no question of ~this here.~ 79 2, 24 | 3~I answer that, On this question the opinion of the Stoics 80 2, 36 | they ~are in reality, this question would seem to be of no importance. 81 2, 43 | Accordingly, as to the matter in question, the object of fear is ~ 82 2, 46 | ii, 1. Consequently the question as to whether a ~particular 83 2, 46 | and because there is ~no question of vengeance on them, since 84 2, 47 | has been done, there is no question of vengeance: nor does any 85 2, 52 | that, The solution of this question depends on what we have ~ 86 2, 52 | Body Para. 5/5~How this question affects virtues we shall 87 2, 58 | In order to answer this question clearly, we must ~consider 88 2, 63 | the ~case is not so in the question before us, as stated.~ 89 2, 66 | greater than ~another, the question can be taken in two senses. 90 2, 66 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~The question can be taken in another 91 2, 68 | The true answer to this question is easily gathered from ~ 92 2, 71 | The reason for urging this question has reference to the ~sin 93 2, 71 | Now the definition is question contains no mention of ~ 94 2, 74 | yet higher principle, ~the question can yet be submitted to 95 2, 81 | that, Augustine puts this question in the Enchiridion xlvi, ~ 96 2, 81 | that, The solution of this question is made clear by what has ~ 97 2, 85 | this does not apply to the question ~at issue, since a subsequent 98 2, 85 | coincide with the four in question. Therefore it seems that ~ 99 2, 86 | and in each ~case it is question of the stain of sin. Therefore 100 2, 89 | which does not apply to the question in point. Consequently what 101 2, 91 | things?" ~in answer to which question he says: "The light of Thy 102 2, 100 | have been contrary on this question. For some ~have said absolutely 103 2, 102 | occasion of the uncleanness in question.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 104 2, 102 | swine and lamb be ~called in question, both are clean by nature, 105 2, 110 | 1/1~I answer that, This question depends on the preceding. 106 2, 1 | not be ~secured unless any question of faith that may arise 107 2, 2 | Evang.) that he asked ~this question, being in ignorance as to 108 2, 4 | various opinions on this question. For ~some [*William of 109 2, 10 | I answer that, That this question may be considered in two 110 2, 11 | Augustine and Jerome, on the ~question about the cessation of the 111 2, 11 | can. Quoties]: "Whenever a question of faith is in dispute, ~ 112 2, 12 | the article, it is not a question of those ~unbelievers who 113 2, 13 | This argument considers the question on the part of God's ~omnipotence, 114 2, 13 | it does not ~regard the question in point, because this sin 115 2, 18 | mentioned in the division in question. Therefore this division 116 2, 18 | fear the evil of fault, the question has been treated above ~( 117 2, 18 | although he leaves the ~question doubtful. "If," he says, " 118 2, 22 | looks thoroughly into this question in Q[17]~of the First Book, 119 2, 24 | stress on the ~word, the question as to whether the spirits 120 2, 25 | been two opinions on this question: for some ~have said that 121 2, 25 | sense, so that the present question is whether the ~father as 122 2, 26 | can be wholly loved, the question ~may be understood in three 123 2, 26 | objections consider the question in this third sense, while 124 2, 26 | while the last considers the question on the part of those ~who 125 2, 31 | to ~show that the deed in question is a sin, as Jerome says: 126 2, 35 | the dead I am called in question. And when he had so said, 127 2, 37 | sins is the graver, the question must ~be understood to refer 128 2, 41 | from ~the circumstance in question, but from the intention 129 2, 41 | and passive, the ~present question does not apply to active 130 2, 41 | implies active scandal. The question does, however, apply to ~ 131 2, 56 | The true answer to this question may be gathered from a ~ 132 2, 58 | the other virtues are in question, ~there is no need for judgment 133 2, 58 | judge of things, there is no question of the good or ~evil of 134 2, 58 | form about it; but there is question ~of the good of the person 135 2, 65 | 3), ~with regard to the question in point, two things may 136 2, 68 | persons, which are chiefly in question, their evidence is of no 137 2, 76 | must also answer to the question in point that it is by ~ 138 2, 79 | escape ambiguity when it is a question of Divine ~worship, so that 139 2, 81 | order to throw light on this question we must consider that Divine ~ 140 2, 81 | 1/2~I answer that, This question applies chiefly to vocal 141 2, 87 | Accordingly in answer to the question in point it must be stated 142 2, 92 | explains it: ~and it is a question of graven things and images. 143 2, 93 | Therefore ~it seems lawful to question the demons about the occult.~ 144 2, 93 | Now it is one thing to question a demon who comes to us ~ 145 2, 96 | Verum): "Referring to the question whether ~an oath is binding 146 2, 98 | revenues of ~the benefice in question, and to spend it on some 147 2, 102 | children their parents, in the question of ~contracting marriage 148 2, 108 | consequence, then the lie in question does no harm to ~one's neighbor; 149 2, 113 | displease when it is a question of obtaining a certain good, 150 2, 124 | and fear. Now it is here a question of that fear whereby one ~ 151 2, 127 | stated above in the preceding Question (ad 6) and in ~the prologue 152 2, 127 | stated in the preceding Question.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 153 2, 145 | bound to ~keep the fasts in question.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 154 2, 151 | it follow that the act in question is contrary to ~virtue, 155 2, 151 | not follow that the act in question is a sin, but that it contains ~ 156 2, 152 | decree of the council in question, it was made in abhorrence 157 2, 160 | If he look ~into the question carefully, he will find 158 2, 160 | good. It is thus in the question in point: for it pertains 159 2, 166 | is that the pleasure ~in question should not be sought in 160 2, 172 | for instance the one in question. ~Another prophecy proceeds 161 2, 173 | The true answer to this question must be gathered from ~the 162 2, 173 | 5), after discussing the question at length, concludes: ~" 163 2, 173 | that either the heaven in question was ~something incorporeal, 164 2, 182 | also clearly refers to ~the question of difficulty which proves 165 2, 187 | gloss that it is ~chiefly a question of the order of doctrine, 166 3, 1 | different opinions about this question. For ~some say that even 167 3, 2 | answer that, To make this question clear we must consider what 168 3, 2 | that, In evidence of this question we must know that two ~heresies 169 3, 12 | well of knowledge came the question and ~the wise reply." Hence 170 3, 12 | of His age He ~deigned to question men on earth, since in the 171 3, 12 | that "the highest ~angels question Jesus, and learn the knowledge 172 3, 16 | called a lordly man?~[*The question is hardly apposite in English. 173 3, 16 | 2~I answer that, On this question there was a difference of 174 3, 26 | would hold if it were a question of the order of ~Nature: " 175 3, 26 | Ed. Note Para. 5/5~The question is answered thus: St. Thomas 176 3, 27 | order to ~understand the question at issue, it must be observed 177 3, 28 | of Him whose Birth is in question, for He is the ~Word of 178 3, 30 | Coel. Hier. vii) that the question, "Who is ~this that cometh 179 3, 30 | and yet ~they put this question, being desirous that Christ 180 3, 30 | says that "there can be no question that the angels knew ~that 181 3, 31 | Augustine asks in this question lxxxv, why ~they were omitted 182 3, 35 | opinions differ on this question. For some, considering ~ 183 3, 35 | But if we consider ~the question aright, we shall see that 184 3, 40 | Contra Faust. vi): "If a question be raised about swine ~and 185 3, 42 | do those pagans ~ask this question who dare not blame or blaspheme 186 3, 44 | fruit season; to ask such a ~question is foolish in the extreme," 187 3, 51 | of the body was merely a question of becoming propriety. ~ 188 3, 54 | the introduction to the question. ~But this is evident from 189 3, 62 | But if we examine the ~question properly, we shall see that 190 3, 66 | Hugh of St. Victor on ~this question is not to be followed. Nevertheless 191 3, 67 | that, Augustine left this question without deciding it. For 192 3, 67 | This is indeed another question, whether ~even those can 193 3, 75 | although the change in ~question has no relation of itself 194 3, 77 | 1/3~I answer that, This question presents no difficulty, 195 3, 77 | have ~solved the preceding question. Because, as stated in De 196 3, 77 | that, The truth of this question is evident from what has 197 3, 77 | there remains no further question, because the whole ~will 198 3, 78 | the difficulty which this question presents: ~for there is 199 3, 80 | than do those movements in question which happen without ~sin, 200 3, 88 | which they arise; hence the question is moved whether the ~stain 201 3, 90 | not apply to the point in question. Wherefore others ~have 202 Suppl, 1 | corporeal passion. But the ~question in point does not refer 203 Suppl, 1 | are two opinions on this question: for some say ~that attrition 204 Suppl, 5 | away by ~contrition, this question has already been considered 205 Suppl, 5 | A[4]), where the same question was raised ~with regard 206 Suppl, 7 | that the ~definition in question is insufficient, since it 207 Suppl, 11| three opinions about this question. For some ~say that a man 208 Suppl, 16| for such is the good in question. Therefore ~repentance will 209 Suppl, 20| according to Ex. 24:14: "If any ~question shall arise" among you, " 210 Suppl, 29| intention to decide any ~question about the sacraments, save 211 Suppl, 38| 1~I answer that, on this question four opinions are mentioned 212 Suppl, 47| Here, however, it is a question of ~internal consent which 213 Suppl, 47| fear. Therefore as to the question at issue compulsion and ~ 214 Suppl, 49| the marriage act in the question at issue.~Aquin.: SMT XP 215 Suppl, 49| the right answer to this ~question is that if pleasure be sought 216 Suppl, 51| matrimony, for instance on the question of its being a ~sacrament, 217 Suppl, 54| whose ~consanguinity is in question, is descended from the other. 218 Suppl, 54| whose consanguinity is in question, that makes the ~descending 219 Suppl, 54| whose ~consanguinity is in question, they are not in the same 220 Suppl, 55| in respect of the act in question.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 221 Suppl, 56| are three opinions on this question. Some say that ~as spiritual 222 Suppl, 58| marriage. ~For the spells in question are caused by the operation 223 Suppl, 62| Therefore the divorce in question ought not to be made on 224 Suppl, 62| reason for the punishment in question, ~just as there is in two 225 Suppl, 64| not because the act in question is sinful, ~but on account 226 Suppl, 65| principles: and thus ~the act in question is said to be against the 227 Suppl, 66| since ~here it is not a question of sin, but of signification 228 Suppl, 66| Those ~understand the question more correctly who maintain 229 Suppl, 66| ordained, because it is a question of a sacrament, not of ~ 230 Suppl, 69| has nothing to do with the question, ~because a punishment of 231 Suppl, 70| are many opinions on this question. For some, ~holding the 232 Suppl, 71| neighbor." And thus the question at issue is answered.~Aquin.: 233 Suppl, 71| been two opinions on this question. Some, like ~Praepositivus, 234 Suppl, 71| it is evident that this question depends on ~the first; and, 235 Suppl, 71| that, The reply to this question depends on that which is 236 Suppl, 72| been living at the time ~in question, they would have been unable 237 Suppl, 72| then they are said to the question at issue it may be taken 238 Suppl, 72| would seem that the fire in question is not of the same ~species 239 Suppl, 72| with three opinions on this question. For some ~say that the 240 Suppl, 72| grant that the fire in question is simply of the same species 241 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 1: The fire in question, although of the same species 242 Suppl, 72| would seem that the fire in question will consume the other ~ 243 Suppl, 72| are many opinions on this question. For some say ~that all 244 Suppl, 72| that the ~reply to this question should be that the elements 245 Suppl, 72| say that the fire in question will rise to the summit 246 Suppl, 72| answer that, The fire in question will in reality, as regards 247 Suppl, 74| his sleep," and it is a question of the sleep of ~death. 248 Suppl, 75| differ in speaking on this question, as may be ~seen in the 249 Suppl, 76| encounter no difficulty in this ~question, because animal is defined 250 Suppl, 76| 2~I answer that, In this question it makes a difference whether 251 Suppl, 77| been three opinions on the question. For ~some have maintained 252 Suppl, 77| except in so far as the question at issue is concerned. It 253 Suppl, 77| accordingly be observed that this question requires different answers ~ 254 Suppl, 79| are two opinions on this question. For some say ~that in the 255 Suppl, 80| supposition, or begs the question. For it supposes the existence, ~ 256 Suppl, 80| proves nothing, but begs the question, because according to this 257 Suppl, 80| place, which is the chief question at ~issue.~Aquin.: SMT XP 258 Suppl, 84| are two opinions on this question. For some say ~that one 259 Suppl, 84| objections on ~either side of the question.~ 260 Suppl, 85| about the truth of this question. It is, however, the more 261 Suppl, 86| mentions two ~opinions on this question, both of which seem consistent 262 Suppl, 88| three opinions touching this question. The ~first is of the philosophers 263 Suppl, 88| of God. For the ~body in question, like other bodies, was 264 Suppl, 89| Hence in reference to this question we find that philosophers 265 Suppl, 92| are two opinions on this question. For some say ~that beatitude 266 Suppl, 93| But if we consider the question carefully, although the ~ 267 Suppl, 96| Cor. 3:15), where it is a ~question of those who have the foundation 268 Appen1, 1| would seem that the souls in question suffer spiritual ~affliction 269 Appen1, 1| 2~I answer that, on this question there are three opinions. 270 Appen2, 1| convincing arguments ~on this question. It is probable, however,


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