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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | in any way composite, or wholly simple?~(8) Whether He enters 2 1, 3 | humanity and a man ~are not wholly identical; but humanity 3 1, 7 | not in ~matter, but either wholly separated from matter, as 4 1, 8 | OBJ 3: Further, what is wholly in any one place is not 5 1, 8 | forasmuch as it is not wholly in each place, but according 6 1, 10 | end. But as whatever is wholly immutable ~can have no succession, 7 1, 12 | as a "whole," but not ~"wholly," it may be contrarily urged 8 1, 12 | be contrarily urged that "wholly" refers either to the ~mode 9 1, 12 | essence of God, sees Him wholly, if the mode of the thing 10 1, 12 | likewise, he sees ~Him wholly if the mode of the seer 11 1, 12 | the essence of God see Him wholly; therefore they comprehend 12 1, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The word "wholly" denotes a mode of the object; 13 1, 12 | it ~comprehends the cause wholly. Now no created intellect 14 1, 12 | intellect can comprehend God ~wholly, as shown above (A[7]). 15 1, 14 | not know, because they are wholly material. But sense is ~ 16 1, 14 | exists in ~any creature, wholly pre-exists and is contained 17 1, 25 | power of a univocal agent is wholly manifested in its ~effect. 18 1, 25 | non-univocal agent does not wholly ~manifest itself in the 19 1, 25 | power of the sun does not wholly manifest itself in the production 20 1, 26 | true or false, pre-exists wholly and in a more eminent degree 21 1, 27 | nor can it ~be reckoned as wholly removed from the sphere 22 1, 32 | Div. Nom. ii): "Whoever wholly resists the ~word, is far 23 1, 48 | good. For one contrary ~is wholly corrupted by another. But 24 1, 48 | uniform. ~Therefore it is wholly taken away by evil.~Aquin.: 25 1, 48 | created ~good. Therefore evil wholly consumes good.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 48 | Enchiridion 12) that "evil cannot ~wholly consume good."~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 48 | answer that, Evil cannot wholly consume good. To prove this 28 1, 48 | threefold. One kind of good is wholly destroyed by ~evil, and 29 1, 48 | opposed to evil, as light is wholly destroyed ~by darkness, 30 1, 48 | kind of good is neither ~wholly destroyed nor diminished 31 1, 48 | diminished by evil, ~but is not wholly taken away; and this good 32 1, 48 | nevertheless, it is not wholly taken away, ~because its 33 1, 48 | still it would never be wholly removed while the air remained, 34 1, 48 | aptitude of the soul is not wholly taken away, ~for it belongs 35 1, 48 | which is opposed to evil is wholly taken away; but ~other goods 36 1, 48 | but ~other goods are not wholly removed, as said above.~ 37 1, 48 | different things, it ~is not wholly, but only partially taken 38 1, 49 | lessens good, yet it never wholly ~consumes it; and thus, 39 1, 49 | remains, nothing can be wholly and ~perfectly bad. Therefore, 40 1, 49 | Ethic. iv, 5) that "if ~the wholly evil could be, it would 41 1, 49 | need be for something to be wholly evil), evil ~itself would 42 1, 50 | secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, the 43 1, 63 | carnal pleasures: it is ~wholly through envy that they take 44 1, 66 | There ~exists also a heaven wholly transparent, called by some 45 1, 66 | higher heaven, it must ~be wholly luminous. But this cannot 46 1, 66 | corruption and change, and wholly luminous, even as ~the whole 47 1, 68 | above the ~heaven that is wholly transparent and starless. 48 1, 68 | is the empyrean, which is wholly luminous; the second is 49 1, 68 | aqueous or ~crystalline, wholly transparent; and the third 50 1, 76 | 8) Whether the soul is wholly in each part of the body?~ 51 1, 49 | good. For one contrary ~is wholly corrupted by another. But 52 1, 49 | uniform. ~Therefore it is wholly taken away by evil.~Aquin.: 53 1, 49 | created ~good. Therefore evil wholly consumes good.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 49 | Enchiridion 12) that "evil cannot ~wholly consume good."~Aquin.: SMT 55 1, 49 | answer that, Evil cannot wholly consume good. To prove this 56 1, 49 | threefold. One kind of good is wholly destroyed by ~evil, and 57 1, 49 | opposed to evil, as light is wholly destroyed ~by darkness, 58 1, 49 | kind of good is neither ~wholly destroyed nor diminished 59 1, 49 | diminished by evil, ~but is not wholly taken away; and this good 60 1, 49 | nevertheless, it is not wholly taken away, ~because its 61 1, 49 | still it would never be wholly removed while the air remained, 62 1, 49 | aptitude of the soul is not wholly taken away, ~for it belongs 63 1, 49 | which is opposed to evil is wholly taken away; but ~other goods 64 1, 49 | but ~other goods are not wholly removed, as said above.~ 65 1, 49 | different things, it ~is not wholly, but only partially taken 66 1, 50 | lessens good, yet it never wholly ~consumes it; and thus, 67 1, 50 | remains, nothing can be wholly and ~perfectly bad. Therefore, 68 1, 50 | Ethic. iv, 5) that "if ~the wholly evil could be, it would 69 1, 50 | need be for something to be wholly evil), evil ~itself would 70 1, 51 | secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, the 71 1, 64 | carnal pleasures: it is ~wholly through envy that they take 72 1, 67 | There ~exists also a heaven wholly transparent, called by some 73 1, 67 | higher heaven, it must ~be wholly luminous. But this cannot 74 1, 67 | corruption and change, and wholly luminous, even as ~the whole 75 1, 69 | above the ~heaven that is wholly transparent and starless. 76 1, 69 | is the empyrean, which is wholly luminous; the second is 77 1, 69 | aqueous or ~crystalline, wholly transparent; and the third 78 1, 75 | 8) Whether the soul is wholly in each part of the body?~ 79 1, 78 | which is that ~it is not wholly intellectual but only in 80 1, 86 | whose essences ~are not wholly immaterial, but only the 81 1, 87 | it is not said that it is wholly so united in regard ~to 82 1, 94 | the inferior appetite was wholly subject to ~reason: so that 83 1, 94 | of moral virtue does not wholly take away the ~passions, 84 1, 96 | disposition which preserves it wholly from corruption; and this 85 1, 102 | for ~oxen," he does not wholly withdraw them from the Divine 86 1, 102 | OBJ 1: There is nothing wholly evil in the world, for evil 87 1, 102 | particular ~good. If it wholly escaped from the order of 88 1, 102 | Divine government, it ~would wholly cease to exist. ~Aquin.: 89 1, 102 | the Divine government is wholly directed to good, and ~everything 90 1, 107 | fervor, and cleansing them wholly by their heat. Thirdly we ~ 91 1, 108 | justice. But the demons ~are wholly fallen from justice. Therefore 92 1, 110 | perceived by the senses, ~either wholly or partly; as a man born 93 1, 114 | human conception is not wholly ~disposed to the male sex; 94 2, 4 | appetite. But it is not wholly at rest, as regards the 95 2, 4 | spiritual body, which will be wholly subject ~to the spirit. 96 2, 10 | First, so that his reason is wholly ~bound, so that he has not 97 2, 10 | because the sensitive part is wholly subject to this ~reason, 98 2, 17 | appetite is hindered from being wholly subject to the command of 99 2, 17 | are governed, who are not wholly subject to command.~Aquin.: 100 2, 17 | which reason the world is wholly subject to ~His command.~ 101 2, 18 | goodness does not ~consist wholly in its species, but also 102 2, 37 | natural for each thing to tend wholly ~to repel whatever is contrary 103 2, 53 | thing is possessed either wholly or ~not at all. Therefore 104 2, 53 | and sometimes ~is even wholly disposed to the contrary, 105 2, 53 | habit ~is diminished or even wholly destroyed by cessation from 106 2, 63 | maintained by ~some that they are wholly from within, by those, for 107 2, 63 | some held that they ~are wholly from within, so that all 108 2, 63 | Others said that they are wholly from ~without, being due 109 2, 68 | understanding, and understanding is wholly useless if it be ~not based 110 2, 77 | renders the subsequent act ~wholly involuntary, it entirely 111 2, 77 | reason, his act is rendered wholly ~involuntary, and he is 112 2, 85 | But the good of nature is wholly uniform. Since ~therefore 113 2, 85 | natural inclination is indeed wholly uniform: ~nevertheless it 114 2, 108 | Wherefore he ~that cleaves wholly to the things of this world, 115 2, 110 | hence man's love does not wholly cause the good of the thing, 116 2, 110 | pre-supposes it either in part or wholly. Therefore it is clear that ~ 117 2, 6 | whomsoever God heals, He heals wholly: for it is written ~(Jn. 118 2, 10 | sanctifying grace, but does not wholly corrupt the good of nature. ~ 119 2, 10 | 3: Unbelief does not so wholly destroy natural reason in ~ 120 2, 23 | that he should be borne wholly whithersoever he is ~borne, 121 2, 23 | is not ~necessarily borne wholly whithersoever it is borne, 122 2, 23 | of such a form consists ~wholly in its adhering to its subject. 123 2, 26 | Whether God can be loved wholly?~(6) Whether the love of 124 2, 26 | Whether God can be loved wholly? [*Cf. Q[184], A[2]]~Aquin.: 125 2, 26 | that God cannot be loved wholly. For love follows ~knowledge. 126 2, 26 | knowledge. Now God cannot be wholly known by us, since this 127 2, 26 | Therefore He cannot be wholly loved by us.~Aquin.: SMT 128 2, 26 | the heart of man cannot be wholly united to God, because " 129 2, 26 | Therefore God cannot be loved ~wholly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 130 2, 26 | Further, God loves Himself wholly. If therefore He be loved ~ 131 2, 26 | If therefore He be loved ~wholly by another, this one will 132 2, 26 | Therefore God cannot be wholly loved by a ~creature.~Aquin.: 133 2, 26 | we ask whether God can be wholly loved, the question ~may 134 2, 26 | that the qualification "wholly" ~be referred to the thing 135 2, 26 | thus God is to be loved wholly, since ~man should love 136 2, 26 | be understood as though "wholly" qualified the lover: ~and 137 2, 26 | again God ought to be loved wholly, since man ought to love 138 2, 80 | as to subject themselves wholly to ~Him. Hence in olden 139 2, 80 | self-confidence, so that he does not wholly surrender ~himself to God. 140 2, 81 | happens when the effect is wholly ~subject to the power of 141 2, 81 | reason that the effect is not wholly ~subject to the power of 142 2, 86 | world and ~binds himself wholly to God's service, for this 143 2, 101 | lordship over the creature wholly and singly, which is entirely 144 2, 123 | mortal sin turns the heart wholly from God. But ~fear does 145 2, 123 | conflict; yet he is not so wholly terrified at heart, but 146 2, 123 | avoided, he ~could not be wholly excused from sin, because 147 2, 123 | money, one would not be wholly excused ~from sin. Yet one' 148 2, 124 | what is natural cannot be wholly lost: for which reason the 149 2, 140 | followed ~it, and though not wholly destroyed, it is certainly 150 2, 162 | neither ~were his lower powers wholly subject to his reason, whence 151 2, 162 | reason: nor was ~the body wholly subject to the soul; whence 152 2, 170 | impossible to find one that is ~wholly devoid of good. Wherefore 153 2, 170 | for any knowledge ~to be wholly false, without some mixture 154 2, 171 | are impressed on the mind wholly from without.~Aquin.: SMT 155 2, 172 | distant, but as already wholly united to God; wherefore 156 2, 173 | that state, his soul was wholly separated from his ~body?~( 157 2, 173 | intellective appetite tends wholly to ~divine things, and takes 158 2, 173 | another way, when a man tends wholly to things pertaining to 159 2, 173 | knowledge ~that he was unable wholly to think over or express 160 2, 173 | this state, Paul's soul was wholly separated from his ~body?~ 161 2, 173 | this state, Paul's soul was wholly ~separated from his body. 162 2, 173 | necessary for the soul to be wholly separated from the body.~ 163 2, 173 | when ~in rapture, to be wholly separated from his body.~ 164 2, 173 | rapture, because he was wholly intent upon God, ~but that 165 2, 178 | affections, and ~pertains wholly to the intellect?~Aquin.: 166 2, 178 | affections and pertains wholly to the intellect. For the 167 2, 178 | truth." Now truth pertains wholly to the intellect. ~Therefore 168 2, 178 | that the contemplative life wholly regards the ~intellect.~ 169 2, 180 | were to apply themselves wholly to action, this would be ~ 170 2, 182 | God alone, in Whom good is wholly and essentially.~Aquin.: 171 2, 182 | affections from tending ~wholly to God. Charity is possible 172 2, 182 | state of perfection, who are wholly ~lacking in charity and 173 2, 184 | man consists in adhering wholly to ~God, as stated above ( 174 2, 184 | salvation, but to offer oneself wholly, and one's possessions to 175 2, 184 | is necessary that a man wholly withdraw his affections 176 2, 184 | mind from giving itself wholly to the service ~of God, 177 2, 184 | religion give themselves wholly and their possessions to 178 2, 184 | bishops; and if they be ~wholly or partly exempt from obedience 179 2, 184 | himself and his possessions wholly to ~God; and in corresponding 180 2, 184 | affections from tending wholly to ~God, for it is in this 181 2, 184 | external ~things, which he wholly offers to God by the vow 182 2, 184 | good of the soul, which man wholly ~offers to God by the vow 183 2, 186 | that which is possessed wholly and perfectly; ~wherefore 184 2, 186 | obligation to devote oneself wholly to God's service is ~common 185 2, 186 | their devoting themselves wholly to the divine service, their ~ 186 2, 186 | him from giving himself wholly to God's service. ~The other 187 2, 186 | with a view to adhering wholly to divine things; and this 188 2, 187 | that a man devote himself wholly to the divine service by 189 2, 187 | person, for "a slave ~belongs wholly to his master" [*Aristotle, 190 3, 1 | highest good. But it was wholly unfitting that God, Who 191 3, 1 | heard at ~once by many, and wholly by each, is it incredible 192 3, 2 | indeed as if ~they were wholly separate, but because the 193 3, 2 | with, and Christian faith wholly overturned. ~Therefore, 194 3, 2 | Examples need ~not be wholly and at all points similar, 195 3, 2 | points similar, for what is wholly similar is ~the same, and 196 3, 2 | is ~impossible to find a wholly similar example in the Theology," 197 3, 3 | human natures ~cannot be wholly united together, inasmuch 198 3, 5 | might bestow salvation on me wholly; for what was not assumed 199 3, 7 | esteems them least who wholly despises them, and casts 200 3, 7 | To have fully is to have wholly and perfectly. Now ~totality 201 3, 7 | as regards men who are ~wholly wayfarers, their grace can 202 3, 8 | departure from ~this world, wholly cease to be members of Christ, 203 3, 10 | Nature, for although it ~was wholly united to the human nature 204 3, 11 | soul of Christ should be wholly perfected by having each 205 3, 11 | dependent ~upon it, but wholly dominates it. Hence after 206 3, 13 | disposition of ~His own body was wholly subject to His power. Nevertheless, 207 3, 15 | to have sin, but to be ~wholly free from sin; otherwise 208 3, 19 | steps to ~sickly limbs, wholly unable to walk on the ground, 209 3, 22 | because ~the victim was wholly burnt, as we read in the 210 3, 26 | from contracting the stain ~WHOLLY EXEMPT FROM THE LAW; MIRACULOUS 211 3, 31 | of the Blessed Virgin was wholly conceived in ~original sin, 212 3, 38 | they had to be baptized wholly anew "in water and the Holy 213 3, 40 | preaching, they must be wholly free ~from care of worldly 214 3, 43 | In their ~presence,' but wholly 'In them,' because He healed 215 3, 44 | restored by our Lord returns wholly and instantly."~Aquin.: 216 3, 44 | Whom He ~might have healed wholly and instantly by a single 217 3, 52 | each single place, but not ~wholly, because it is not circumscribed 218 3, 62 | of the Old Law, which was wholly ordained to the ~foreshadowing 219 3, 86 | anyone without delivering him wholly; for He wholly healed the 220 3, 86 | delivering him wholly; for He wholly healed the man ~on the Sabbath, 221 Suppl, 10| into another but that it is wholly done away. For "venial" 222 Suppl, 18| remit the punishment, either wholly or in part.~Aquin.: SMT 223 Suppl, 18| could remit the punishment wholly or in ~part, just as He 224 Suppl, 22| that a community would so wholly consent to evil that there 225 Suppl, 25| man's punishment either wholly ~or partly, even though 226 Suppl, 34| case in Penance, but comes wholly ~from without, it is fitting 227 Suppl, 37| to loose, by which man is wholly freed ~from the slavery 228 Suppl, 41| because some things excuse wholly, others in part. And since 229 Suppl, 41| an inordinate act, it is wholly excused by the marriage ~ 230 Suppl, 49| is said ~to excuse a sin wholly or partly. Secondly, an 231 Suppl, 49| pertains to "faith") they are ~wholly excused from sin. But the 232 Suppl, 49| as though its act were wholly ~excused from sin, through 233 Suppl, 49| marriage act, he is not wholly excused from sin, except 234 Suppl, 49| and ~is displeasing, it is wholly void of venial sin; so that 235 Suppl, 51| is not excused from sin wholly, although perhaps in part; 236 Suppl, 51| son to correct him, he ~is wholly excused provided he take 237 Suppl, 65| account of something which wholly hinders the end; ~for instance 238 Suppl, 65| plurality ~of wives neither wholly destroys nor in any way 239 Suppl, 65| But though it does not wholly ~destroy the second end, 240 Suppl, 65| of ~offspring, though not wholly voided (since a woman may 241 Suppl, 66| as it makes a man to be wholly carnal, they should ~give 242 Suppl, 66| multitude of this kind is wholly ~inconsistent with the signification 243 Suppl, 69| which ~partly, though not wholly, precede the resurrection; ( 244 Suppl, 69| the flesh, they are either wholly conformed to the ~divine 245 Suppl, 72| multiplied, he would be wholly delivered from ~punishment. 246 Suppl, 72| these three elements will be wholly destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT XP 247 Suppl, 72| other elements will be ~wholly transformed into fire.~Aquin.: 248 Suppl, 72| the elements will not be ~wholly cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP 249 Suppl, 72| elements will not all ~be wholly cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP 250 Suppl, 80| be "spiritual," as being ~wholly subject to the spirit. The 251 Suppl, 80| subjects, and thus while wholly ~touching one another they 252 Suppl, 81| of subtlety the body is ~wholly subject to the soul as its 253 Suppl, 81| cannot be at the same time wholly in one place and ~partly 254 Suppl, 81| whatever has been in motion is wholly in ~the term whereto the 255 Suppl, 81| that Z, as long as it is wholly in A is not in motion; and 256 Suppl, 81| like ~manner when it is wholly in B, because then the movement 257 Suppl, 81| it must needs be neither wholly ~in A nor wholly in B. Therefore 258 Suppl, 81| neither wholly ~in A nor wholly in B. Therefore while it 259 Suppl, 81| in A, and partly in B, or wholly in some other ~intervening 260 Suppl, 81| follows that it ~is either wholly in C, or partly in C, and 261 Suppl, 81| while that which is moved is wholly under a negation it ~is 262 Suppl, 83| Who fashioned nature will ~wholly restore the body's nature 263 Suppl, 83| because "if a thing be wholly evil it destroys itself," ~ 264 Suppl, 83| glorified bodies, which will be wholly subject to ~the spirit. 265 Suppl, 84| demerits, which through being wholly blotted out by repentance 266 Suppl, 86| by devoting themselves wholly to the ~Divine service, 267 Suppl, 93| a man subjects himself wholly to God by the vow of ~obedience: 268 Suppl, 96| whereby certain persons are wholly ~banished from the society 269 Appen1, 2| powers of the soul are wholly subject to grace, and venial


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