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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | which it is an object. For ~example, man, ass, stone agree in 2 1, 3 | any addition; thus, for example, it is of ~the essence of 3 1, 3 | principles and privations. For example, a point and unity are ~ 4 1, 5 | superadded actuality, for example, as to knowledge or virtue.~ 5 1, 7 | relatively infinite; ~as, for example, wood is finite according 6 1, 7 | This can be shown, for example, in ~the work of a carpenter 7 1, 8 | accidental quantity; as an example, whiteness is whole in each 8 1, 8 | human affairs. A king, for example, is said to be in the whole 9 1, 9 | privation of accident; as, ~for example, this subject "man" can 10 1, 9 | kind of accident; as, for ~example, snow cannot be made black. 11 1, 12 | above the intellect; as, for example, the sun, which ~is supremely 12 1, 12 | above its nature; as, for example, ~if air is to receive the 13 1, 13 | the same manner; as for example the ~sun by exercise of 14 1, 13 | proportionate to one, thus for example "healthy" predicated of 15 1, 14 | proper knowledge; thus, for example, whoever knows a ~man, knows 16 1, 14 | universal cause. They give the example of ~an astrologer who knows 17 1, 14 | contingent ~effect; as, for example, if I said, "if the sun 18 1, 14 | thing in the soul. ~For example, when I say, "What the soul 19 1, 14 | regards truth and falsity, for example, if when either ~as regards 20 1, 14 | regards truth and falsity, for example, if when a thing suffers 21 1, 18 | being, a man, or horse, for ~example, has this being more truly 22 1, 19 | divine will alone. Thus, for example, we may say that God willed 23 1, 19 | thing may fail to be, for example, a man or a living being, ~ 24 1, 22 | things than to know them, for example, vile things": ~and the 25 1, 23 | themselves ~passion - for example, the actions of warming 26 1, 25 | generative power of man, for example, is not able to do more ~ 27 1, 25 | production of its effect: as, for example, the ~power of the sun does 28 1, 25 | sparing and having mercy; for example, to create another world, 29 1, 25 | do immediately - as, for example, to create, to justify, 30 1, 27 | intelligible emanation, for example, of the ~intelligible word 31 1, 29 | of substantial; as, for example, we may say that fire is 32 1, 32 | persons be so predicated; for example, we do not say that paternity ~ 33 1, 36 | Holy Person, we have an example from Maunder, "Jhesu Criste 34 1, 36 | although, indeed, this example of a ~material procession 35 1, 43 | state of grace; as, for example, the proficiency in reference 36 1, 50 | as if we were to say, for example, that whiteness ~existing 37 1, 54 | simple or relative. As an example of simple infinity, we have 38 1, 55 | extending to ~more things. An example of this can in some measure 39 1, 57 | outer sense knows; for ~example, the difference between 40 1, 58 | supernatural matters; for ~example, on seeing a dead man, they 41 1, 62 | glory; just as when, for example, the ~builder chisels the 42 1, 65 | separate substances; for ~example, that there is a single 43 1, 70 | production. The intellect, for example, ~makes use of the phantasms 44 1, 76 | agents, but one act; for example, if there be many ~drawing 45 1, 43 | state of grace; as, for example, the proficiency in reference 46 1, 51 | as if we were to say, for example, that whiteness ~existing 47 1, 55 | simple or relative. As an example of simple infinity, we have 48 1, 56 | extending to ~more things. An example of this can in some measure 49 1, 58 | outer sense knows; for ~example, the difference between 50 1, 59 | supernatural matters; for ~example, on seeing a dead man, they 51 1, 63 | glory; just as when, for example, the ~builder chisels the 52 1, 66 | separate substances; for ~example, that there is a single 53 1, 71 | production. The intellect, for example, ~makes use of the phantasms 54 1, 75 | agents, but one act; for example, if there be many ~drawing 55 1, 78 | in another science - for ~example, perspective. But the power 56 1, 78 | the aspect of good, for ~example, when some one desires to 57 1, 79 | follows ~every form: for example, fire, by its form, is inclined 58 1, 79 | species of other ~things: for example, sense receives the species 59 1, 80 | productive of harm. For ~example, fire has a natural inclination, 60 1, 84 | common sensible matter; for example, it abstracts the species 61 1, 84 | impression made on them; as, for example, that sense is ~cognizant 62 1, 84 | the sensile organ - for example, the taste of a ~fever-stricken 63 1, 84 | size or figure; when, for example, it ~judges the sun to be 64 1, 85 | something necessary: for example, that ~Socrates runs, is 65 1, 86 | only by its ~act; thus, for example, anyone knows he has a habit 66 1, 86 | same kind of cause; for example, we may say that health ~ 67 1, 88 | species, but not in mode. For example, to do just things, ~but 68 1, 93 | something is seen, as, for example, a man is ~seen through 69 1, 102 | order; as may be seen in the example of an army. Therefore ~the 70 1, 104 | order; but conversely. An ~example of this may be seen in human 71 1, 104 | natural inclination; as, for example, when a man moves a ~heavy 72 1, 106 | speech and enlightenment; for example, when one ~man says to another: " 73 1, 109 | universal power; as, for example, the bailiff's power is 74 1, 109 | place in the effect. For example, ~digestion is due to the 75 1, 109 | more excellent way; for example, ~the intellect knows sensible 76 1, 110 | humors are ~disturbed; as for example, a sick man's tongue, charged 77 1, 118 | Philosopher says there by way of example: that which is added, and ~ 78 1, 118 | Philosopher ~says by way of example (De Gener. i, 5).~Aquin.: 79 2, 6 | the power of the will, for example ~"not to act" or "not to 80 2, 6 | and not known: thus in the example given ~(OBJ 3) a man did 81 2, 8 | precedes the other in time; for example when a man ~first wills 82 2, 17 | generation and nutrition; for ~example the desire for pleasure 83 2, 19 | This is evident in the example given ~above: because the 84 2, 27 | same quality actually: for ~example, two things possessing the 85 2, 30 | nature of the animal; for example, food, drink, and ~the like: 86 2, 34 | pleasure by following the example ~of their works instead 87 2, 34 | experience is of great ~weight, example moves more than words.~Aquin.: 88 2, 50 | of quality, but by way of example: so that ~he would mean 89 2, 52 | receive their species. For example, movement is in itself more 90 2, 66 | greater than another, for example, charity, than faith and ~ 91 2, 73 | some apparent good, for example, delivery from some anxiety.~ 92 2, 73 | Fourthly, on account of the example or ~scandal; because, as 93 2, 77 | proposition to contain, for example, the ~particular proposition, " 94 2, 82 | derived from the subject. For example, take bodily sickness: ~ 95 2, 85 | this, have made use of the example ~of a finite thing being 96 2, 85 | inclination always remains. An example of this may be seen in a ~ 97 2, 87 | punishment, as may be seen in the example of David quoted above.~Aquin.: 98 2, 87 | imitating their ~parents' example, conforming to their authority 99 2, 88 | sin in its own ~genus; for example, if a man direct an idle 100 2, 94 | adds at once, by way of example, "by which everyone is commanded ~ 101 2, 97 | difference of his ~condition. An example is proposed by Augustine ( 102 2, 99 | inducement and persuasion: an example ~whereof is seen in Ex. 103 2, 102 | law . . . serve unto the example and shadow of heavenly ~ 104 2, 3 | others, either to give good example and ~encouragement to the 105 2, 7 | articles of faith, ~for example the Divine excellence, then 106 2, 11 | pertaining to the faith, for example Augustine and Jerome, on 107 2, 13 | Athanasius adduces the example of their forefathers who, 108 2, 15 | affirmative precepts as, for example, (Dt. 4:9), ~"Thou shalt 109 2, 23 | another form is attained. And ~example of this is paleness, the 110 2, 28 | about ~keeping peace, for example: "Have peace among you" ( 111 2, 31 | Gal. 2:11, "Peter gave an example to superiors, that if ~at 112 2, 31 | deterred by one being made an example of. Hence a judge does ~ 113 2, 31 | should above all follow the example of God, ~according to Eph. 114 2, 36 | good intention, ~as, for example, those who contend by disputing 115 2, 41 | injunction, inducement or example, moves another ~to sin; 116 2, 48 | political prudence, by way of example and in accordance ~with 117 2, 50 | themselves ~have attained, for example the ministrations of the 118 2, 53 | that is proposed for our example.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 119 2, 53 | Our Lord ~deigned for our example to have a purse, and we 120 2, 55 | altogether distinct; as, ~for example, two men neither of whom 121 2, 57 | have more goods, riches for example, or ~honors, and less evils, 122 2, 58 | striker"; and he ~quotes the example of Moses. Again we may reply 123 2, 59 | quantity but on proportion. For example ~we say that 6 is to 4 as 124 2, 61 | if anyone might take an example ~from him and give the goods 125 2, 62 | avoids a greater evil, for ~example an unhappy life, or the 126 2, 65 | be not his superiors, an example of ~which is when parties 127 2, 66 | duty to prove: as, for ~example, when anyone's sin conduces 128 2, 67 | judgment are sins, as, for example, simple fornication; ~because 129 2, 70 | their life should be an example to others, ought, if possible, 130 2, 75 | And then he gives ~the example of a man who gave the just 131 2, 76 | sins through following the example of Christ. But Our Lord ~ 132 2, 76 | save his life, after the example ~of the ten men who said 133 2, 81 | in order to set us an ~example." Further on he says: "When 134 2, 86 | need, as in the case of the example ~given above (OBJ[1]), of 135 2, 87 | some other cause (as, for example, if one were to swear that ~ 136 2, 93 | ought, ~after the apostles' example, to consult God by casting 137 2, 94 | that ~"many now after the example of the Pharisees who enlarged 138 2, 102 | says (Moral. xix), "gave an example to His servants who follow ~ 139 2, 102 | others might profit by their ~example."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] 140 2, 106 | us learn after Christ's example to bear our own wrongs with ~ 141 2, 106 | to avenge the wrong. For ~example, Elias made fire descend 142 2, 106 | the multitude, ~since the example of sin is taken by them 143 2, 106 | than the enticement of the example of sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 144 2, 109 | come to ~Antioch: - The example of Jehu, king of Israel, 145 2, 109 | figures of ~speech as an example, where a thing is "pretended," 146 2, 150 | special ~kind of virtue: for example, magnificence which is about 147 2, 150 | refuted above all by the example of Christ Who both chose 148 2, 159 | proposed His humility for our ~example, saying (Mt. 11:29): "Learn 149 2, 159 | welfare, showed by ~giving an example of humility, that outward 150 2, 161 | live better, and give an ~example of good deeds to his wife, 151 2, 167 | to those who by word and example urge ~others to repentance, 152 2, 169 | This is instanced in ~the example of the Ninevites, according 153 2, 169 | same way as foretold, for example this saying of Is. ~7:14: " 154 2, 170 | which his life is spent. For example, sailors compare their enemies 155 2, 172 | up a parable, as in the example of ~Balaam (Num. 23:7; 24: 156 2, 176 | desires to propose as an example of virtue. In the ~first 157 2, 179 | neighbor both by word ~and example to its imitation it begets 158 2, 179 | one's neighbor to good by example: and this is what Gregory ~ 159 2, 180 | follow Me conformed to the ~example of My passion, and let contemplation 160 2, 182 | Sacerdot. ~vi): "Take for example a monk, such as Elias, if 161 2, 183 | are set ~before us as an example, according to Rm. 15:4, " 162 2, 183 | simony), or of body (for example if he be old or ~infirm), 163 2, 183 | whoever is put forward as an example to the lives of ~others, 164 2, 184 | OBJ 2: Further, the first example of perfection is shown to 165 2, 184 | copy should not surpass the example. Therefore ~perpetual continence 166 2, 185 | Thirdly, in order to give an example ~of work to the idle; hence 167 2, 185 | themselves or in others by their example. For just as a disease that ~ 168 2, 185 | use of coarse apparel, for example, the king (Jonas 3:6) ~who " 169 2, 185 | Secondly, in order to set an example to others; wherefore a gloss 170 2, 186 | of poverty, taught by His example. For He had a ~purse which 171 2, 186 | which Christ ~taught by His example. Moreover, after the resurrection, 172 2, 186 | perhaps for a time, ~after the example of Christ, Who as Luke relates ( 173 2, 186 | affections are restrained by the example and ~reproof which he receives 174 2, 186 | their ~prayers, what an example to us is the life of those 175 2, 187 | beginning with ~God." The example which is given in proof, 176 2, 187 | to ~scandal, and is a bad example to others. Now by leaving 177 2, 187 | religion a man gives a bad example and is an occasion of scandal 178 2, 187 | neither scandal nor ~bad example by leaving, especially if 179 2, 187 | only when one gives a bad example to the ~person converted, 180 2, 187 | 10] R.O. 3 Para. 3/5~The example quoted of David is not to 181 3, 1 | well-doing, in which He set us an example; hence Augustine says in 182 3, 1 | He would not have set an example."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[ 183 3, 2 | is ~the same, and not an example, and especially in Divine 184 3, 2 | to find a wholly similar example in the Theology," i.e. in 185 3, 6 | joined ~by the medium; for example, if the superficies be removed 186 3, 8 | 8:5: "Who serve unto the example and shadow of heavenly things." ~ 187 3, 10 | understands a universal - for example, the nature of a ~genus 188 3, 13 | kept secret, He gave an example to His ~servants coming 189 3, 13 | others may profit by their example, they are made ~public against 190 3, 14 | in order to show us an example of patience by valiantly 191 3, 15 | that He might become an example of virtue to us. ~Now it 192 3, 15 | sinning He could afford ~no example of virtue, since sin is 193 3, 15 | can give a praiseworthy example, not by having ~sinned, 194 3, 15 | Christ set ~the highest example to penitents, since He willingly 195 3, 21 | Secondly, to give us an example ~of prayer; hence Ambrose 196 3, 21 | precepts of virtue by His example." Hence Augustine says ~( 197 3, 21 | Father in order to give us an example of praying; ~and also to 198 3, 21 | And in this He gave us an example, that we ~should give thanks 199 3, 29 | remained a virgin. For by this example the faithful are taught 200 3, 30 | as a kind of figurative example.: consequently ~in support 201 3, 37 | I have given ~you an example, that as I have done to 202 3, 37 | Fifthly, "in order by His example to exhort us to ~be obedient" [* 203 3, 37 | Law, ~in order to give an example of humility and obedience; 204 3, 39 | encourage others by ~thy example."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 205 3, 39 | baptized in ~order by His example to lead us to baptism. And 206 3, 39 | others to baptism by His ~example. But it is commendable that 207 3, 39 | was set before men as an example to all. Wherefore ~it behooved 208 3, 39 | for His sake." Thus, for example, the Emperor might say to 209 3, 39 | saints, by teaching and example, feed men who have been 210 3, 40 | so; thus giving us the example to go about and seek those 211 3, 40 | Ambrose remarks that "by His example ~He instructs us in the 212 3, 40 | might persuade men by his example to embrace a perfect life; 213 3, 40 | living our Lord gave an example of ~perfection as to all 214 3, 40 | Lord ~wished to give men an example of either kind of life.~ 215 3, 40 | Evang.), is that by Christ's example the number "forty" is observed 216 3, 40 | invited men to imitate His example of ~humility, according 217 3, 41 | in order to give us an example: to teach us, to wit, how 218 3, 41 | but ~also by giving us an example."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 219 3, 41 | in order to give us an ~example, as stated above (A[1]). 220 3, 41 | stated above (A[1]). But an example should be set openly ~before 221 3, 41 | therefore, His ~temptation is an example to us, it seems that others 222 3, 41 | the ~desert, and "set an example to us, by showing that the 223 3, 41 | OBJ 1: Christ is set as an example to all through faith, according ~ 224 3, 41 | temptation ~might be an example to us, it behooved that 225 3, 41 | in order to give us an example. For since we are ~all in 226 3, 41 | we might learn from His example to ~bear bravely insults 227 3, 43 | acts with authority; for ~example, when He forgave sins and 228 3, 44 | praise. First, to give us ~an example. For, as Athanasius says, " 229 3, 44 | when He wished to afford an example of salvation as ~being procured 230 3, 46 | because thereby He set us an example of obedience, ~humility, 231 3, 46 | suffered for us, leaving you an example that you ~should follow 232 3, 46 | 2/8~First of all, as an example of virtue. For Augustine 233 3, 46 | became man to give us an example in ~righteousness of living. 234 3, 46 | Secondly, to set us the example of shunning worldly conversation. ~ 235 3, 48 | not of redemption, but of example and exhortation, according ~ 236 3, 50 | penalty - He might set us the example ~of dying to sin spiritually. 237 3, 51 | shall live." Thirdly, as ~an example to them who dying spiritually 238 3, 51 | Christ which might set an ~example of wastefulness. But it 239 3, 51 | in the body): hence the example is set us that we may lawfully 240 3, 59 | as temporal concerns, for example, some ~of which quickly 241 3, 62 | employed. And they give as an example a man who on ~presenting 242 3, 62 | operation on the soul; for example, ~the water of baptism, 243 3, 72 | This is evident from the example of the ~apostles, who, before 244 3, 76 | as some say, giving the example of an image ~which appears 245 3, 80 | sinful which is a sin, as for example if one ~guilty of fornication 246 3, 80 | the sinner's part. ~for example, the sin which is the result 247 3, 81 | prelates might ~have an example for doing the like, and 248 3, 81 | Communion; so as to furnish an example ~that such secret sinners 249 3, 82 | to exercise them, as, for example, if he lose his ~sight, 250 3, 84 | salvation without it, as, for ~example, the grace of Christ, and 251 3, 84 | induced to be merciful by the example of Divine ~mercy, according 252 3, 88 | fraternal charity ceases, in the example of the servant from whom ~ 253 Suppl, 5 | 2/3~Further, we have an example of this in the thief, to 254 Suppl, 25| aforesaid conditions, as, for example, when the Pope granted to 255 Suppl, 28| sometimes ~public, and by its example draws many to sin. Therefore 256 Suppl, 28| fourthly, that he may be an example of repentance, lest those 257 Suppl, 29| as He ~received by way of example: but He could not be a recipient 258 Suppl, 43| not seem to agree with the example quoted by the Decretal.~ 259 Suppl, 43| for the sake of a good example.~ 260 Suppl, 65| this is confirmed by the example of the holy patriarchs, 261 Suppl, 65| patriarchs, and by their example continued to ~others, at 262 Suppl, 69| Heb. 11:6). ~Now the first example of faith was given to men 263 Suppl, 72| intercessors with God, after the example of the Apostle, who ~said ( 264 Suppl, 72| as it were": which same example is adduced by the Apostle ( 265 Suppl, 73| Damascene instances as an ~example (De Fide Orth. iii, 15) 266 Suppl, 76| whole. Thus is it in the ~example given in the text (Sent. 267 Suppl, 77| Philosopher instances as an ~example (De Gener. i) the mixing 268 Suppl, 80| quantity alone. Thus take the example of a separate line, ~supposing 269 Suppl, 93| by Divine instinct as an example of fortitude that others


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