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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage of Augustine in which it 2 1, 21 | Philosopher is speaking in this ~passage, is that virtue whereby 3 1, 22 | Thomas often quotes this passage, and invariably reads: ' 4 1, 22 | which He made?" On ~which passage Gregory says (Moral. xxiv, 5 1, 24 | thus a gloss ~explains the passage: "Let them be blotted out 6 1, 32 | God," ~and so on; in which passage the distinction of persons 7 1, 39 | So Augustine says, in the passage quoted, that "the same ~ 8 1, 46 | 6 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Passage is always understood as 9 1, 57 | afterwards, as ~appears from the passage of Dionysius already quoted.~ 10 1, 61 | the angels, explaining the passage of Dt. 10:14: "Behold heaven 11 1, 66 | taken differently in this passage by ~Augustine, and by other 12 1, 66 | earth" and "water," in this passage. primary matter itself is 13 1, 66 | Strabus says that in the passage, "In the beginning God ~ 14 1, 69 | mentioned, but in the ~present passage it is to be taken for the 15 1, 69 | mentioned in the ~first passage in respect of its nature, 16 1, 75 | is concluded in the same ~passage, "After this we shall be 17 1, 77 | what he says in the other passage, that those things are ~" 18 1, 77 | Or, as some say, this passage is true ~in the sense in 19 1, 77 | OBJ 6: Augustine in that passage is speaking as inquiring, 20 1, 39 | So Augustine says, in the passage quoted, that "the same ~ 21 1, 47 | 6 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Passage is always understood as 22 1, 58 | afterwards, as ~appears from the passage of Dionysius already quoted.~ 23 1, 62 | the angels, explaining the passage of Dt. 10:14: "Behold heaven 24 1, 67 | taken differently in this passage by ~Augustine, and by other 25 1, 67 | earth" and "water," in this passage. primary matter itself is 26 1, 67 | Strabus says that in the passage, "In the beginning God ~ 27 1, 70 | mentioned, but in the ~present passage it is to be taken for the 28 1, 70 | mentioned in the ~first passage in respect of its nature, 29 1, 74 | is concluded in the same ~passage, "After this we shall be 30 1, 76 | what he says in the other passage, that those things are ~" 31 1, 76 | Or, as some say, this passage is true ~in the sense in 32 1, 76 | OBJ 6: Augustine in that passage is speaking as inquiring, 33 1, 83 | OBJ 1: Augustine in that passage is speaking of an imaginary ~ 34 1, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In this passage Augustine speaks not of 35 1, 84 | Philosopher says in the ~same passage: "Then do we consider that 36 1, 86 | as he says in ~the same passage. For a thing can be called 37 1, 88 | for Gregory continues the passage above quoted: "The case 38 1, 92 | as he adds in the same passage. But in that part of the 39 1, 94 | Augustine says in the same passage, it is not disputed ~that 40 1, 94 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This passage from Augustine does not 41 1, 96 | OBJ 3: Further, the same passage goes on to say that "He 42 1, 111 | Dionysius remarks in the same ~passage.~ 43 1, 112 | involuntary, as stated in the same passage. Therefore ~universally 44 1, 112 | the anagogical ~sense this passage be expounded of the blessed 45 1, 112 | question is occasioned by this ~passage of Daniel. Jerome explains 46 1, 114 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: This passage of Augustine is to be understood 47 1, 115 | things mentioned in this passage are done by God by ~means 48 1, 116 | 19) thus explains this passage ~of the Apostle, who in 49 1, 116 | Apostle is speaking in the passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 50 1, 117 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the passage quoted, the part is put 51 1, 118 | as Jerome expounds the passage.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] A[ 52 2, 2 | excellent. Hence in the same passage ~Dionysius says that things 53 2, 3 | as is ~stated in the same passage. The other is an action 54 2, 7 | so forth. And so in ~the passage quoted, it is said pointedly 55 2, 9 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted proves, not that 56 2, 19 | gloss ~says on the same passage that "the treasure of the 57 2, 26 | which ~is mentioned in this passage, is in the irascible power. 58 2, 26 | Augustine speaks of love in the ~passage quoted: hence a little further 59 2, 28 | Apostle is speaking in this passage of the zeal of ~envy; which 60 2, 29 | St. Thomas quotes the passage, probably ~from memory, 61 2, 30 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the passage quoted we have causal, not 62 2, 31 | as is stated in the same passage ~(Metaph. i, 1).~Aquin.: 63 2, 35 | conversely. Hence in the ~passage quoted above it is said 64 2, 37 | sorrow, as is clear from the passage of the ~Apostle quoted above ( 65 2, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This passage is to be taken as referring 66 2, 45 | He says also in the same passage that ~"lovers of wine are 67 2, 46 | heating of the bile. Hence the passage quoted continues: "Who can 68 2, 50 | Maximus, who in the same passage adds: "For if this were ~ 69 2, 59 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted proves that the wise 70 2, 68 | contrary, Gregory prefaces the passage above quoted, with the ~ 71 2, 68 | Apostle speaks, in this passage, about wisdom and knowledge: 72 2, 68 | knowledge, while expounding ~the passage of the Apostle quoted above ( 73 2, 68 | may be ~gathered from the passage of Ambrose, just quoted. 74 2, 68 | defects, as is shown in the passage quoted (OBJ 2), so ~that, 75 2, 70 | as holy men explain ~the passage. Therefore human actions 76 2, 72 | a gloss says on the same passage, these vices are called ~ 77 2, 73 | he also says in the ~same passage, so that the same God is 78 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted alludes to those 79 2, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In this passage Augustine calls by the name 80 2, 82 | as a gloss expounds this passage.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] A[ 81 2, 83 | Apostle is speaking, in that passage, of man already redeemed, ~ 82 2, 84 | of all sins. For ~in that passage he clearly speaks against 83 2, 84 | things. Wherefore, in the ~passage quoted, apostasy from God 84 2, 85 | of Strabo] expounds the passage. Therefore sin diminishes 85 2, 89 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the passage quoted, venial is not taken 86 2, 91 | twofold, as stated in the same passage, viz. the ~levitical priesthood, 87 2, 93 | Augustine is speaking in that passage of the ideal types ~which 88 2, 93 | load. Hence, on the same passage ~a gloss says that "he is 89 2, 95 | Philosopher says in ~the same passage: for instance, "concerning 90 2, 99 | the gloss comments, on the passage. Therefore the Old Law comprises ~ 91 2, 100 | the Apostle quotes this ~passage (Gal. 3:12).~Aquin.: SMT 92 2, 102 | clearly set forth in the same passage, where after ~expressing 93 2, 105 | It is the victim of the passage of the ~Lord." Moreover, 94 2, 106 | things be done": which passage ~Chrysostom (Hom. lxxvii) 95 2, 106 | as expressed in that very passage (1 Cor. 13:12): ~"We see 96 2, 107 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks expressly 97 2, 114 | in this sense that the ~passage from Jeremias speaks.~Aquin.: 98 2, 1 | in Joan.) expounding the passage, ~"You believe in God, believe 99 2, 2 | as Gregory expounds this passage ~(Moral. ii, 17), the simple, 100 2, 4 | which are mentioned in that passage, are not common to ~all 101 2, 4 | therefore, say that in that passage, faith ~denotes a certain 102 2, 10 | together with it": on ~which passage Chrysostom says (Hom. xlvi 103 2, 15 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: In this passage again that faith is presupposed 104 2, 15 | obey Him, wherefore the passage ~concludes - "and your reward 105 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted excludes from the 106 2, 21 | decalogue refer. Hence in the passage quoted in the ~argument, " 107 2, 23 | wherefore a gloss on the same passage says that "he was a perfect ~ 108 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks from the point 109 2, 24 | God," as ~stated in the passage quoted, because the wicked 110 2, 24 | Augustine speaks in the passage quoted in ~the First Objection, 111 2, 24 | favors, as appears from the passage ~of Augustine quoted above ( 112 2, 26 | as he says ~in the same passage, in so far as a man does 113 2, 26 | away" as stated in the same passage (1 Cor. ~13:12). Therefore 114 2, 26 | Augustine adds in the same passage, "the measure of our ~love 115 2, 26 | friend: whereas, as the same passage proves, to love one's ~enemy 116 2, 30 | everlasting dwellings, which passage Augustine expounds ~(De 117 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The passage quoted considers abundance 118 2, 30 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: In the passage quoted the words, "not that 119 2, 30 | gloss says on the same ~passage, "he says this, not because 120 2, 31 | as he says in the same passage) ~"one fears what people 121 2, 34 | as he states in the same passage, nor is the ~pitiful man 122 2, 34 | does not follow from the passage quoted that envy is the ~ 123 2, 34 | further on in the same passage, "by the envy of the devil, 124 2, 36 | a gloss says on the same passage; and for this reason Our ~ 125 2, 37 | Jerome ~declares in the passage quoted above (A[1], ad 3). 126 2, 37 | idolatry as stated in the passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 127 2, 39 | are ~three things in the passage quoted from Isidore, which 128 2, 39 | quarrelling itself, and so the passage proceeds, "and ~delights 129 2, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In that passage scandal denotes any kind 130 2, 41 | as Jerome says on this passage, "it is much ~better to 131 2, 41 | above (A[2], ad 2), in this passage, scandal is ~used in a broad 132 2, 43 | understanding." And in ~this passage according to the rendering 133 2, 53 | his ~commentary on this passage.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 134 2, 56 | Augustine speaks in the passage quoted: for he says that ~" 135 2, 62 | man's free-will. But the passage ~from this life to another 136 2, 62 | himself from death. The passage ~quoted in the Second Objection 137 2, 62 | defense forbidden in this passage is that which comes ~from 138 2, 65 | The reason why, in the passage quoted, it is stated that ~ 139 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This passage refers specially to the 140 2, 70 | sinful, as stated in ~the passage quoted. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 141 2, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In this passage usury must be taken figuratively 142 2, 79 | Hence, shortly before the passage quoted, ~Augustine says: " 143 2, 81 | sight": and a gloss on the passage says that "it was to ~signify 144 2, 81 | as stated in the same passage, "helpeth our ~infirmity," 145 2, 84 | 2: Further, in the same passage it is forbidden to offer " 146 2, 84 | Dt. 26); where the same passage ~continues: "The priest 147 2, 86 | mentioned further on in the same passage.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 148 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted should be understood 149 2, 86 | 11] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~The passage of Ecclesiasticus, which 150 2, 92 | worship as a god." The same passage ~goes on to say (Wis. 14: 151 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The passage quoted refers to the knowledge 152 2, 94 | wear round their necks a passage in ~writing from the Gospel. 153 2, 94 | man. Hence a ~gloss on the passage quoted says: "Note that 154 2, 96 | Lev, qu. i), Moses in the ~passage quoted did not state to 155 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks of what the 156 2, 113 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The passage quoted refers to the man 157 2, 116 | speaks of covetousness in the passage quoted in the ~First Objection. 158 2, 117 | to one that ~reviews the passage correctly, it is evident 159 2, 122 | Jerome's commentary on this passage. Now not only ~faith but 160 2, 139 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the passage quoted Augustine apparently 161 2, 143 | excess, in which ~sense the passage quoted should seemingly 162 2, 152 | As a gloss says on this passage, "uncleanness" stands for ~ 163 2, 152 | According to a gloss on this passage "lust" there signifies ~ 164 2, 152 | quoting from memory, as ~the passage is given correctly above, 165 2, 153 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted may be understood 166 2, 156 | judgment": and a gloss on this passage says that "the three things ~ 167 2, 156 | does not follow from the passage quoted that all anger ~is 168 2, 160 | gloss of Jerome on the same passage (Is. 61:6) says that "there 169 2, 167 | Apostle is speaking ~in the passage quoted. Wherefore a gloss 170 2, 167 | As a gloss says on this passage, "The wives of those who ~ 171 2, 170 | in Ev.] expounding this passage [*Jn. ~15:15] says: "Since 172 2, 171 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted refers to prophets 173 2, 172 | Nevertheless as Jerome says on this passage, "This does ~not mean that 174 2, 174 | them to speak"; on which passage a gloss ~of Gregory [*Hom. 175 2, 175 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks of private 176 2, 178 | 8] of Augustine on ~this passage, "beholding" [speculatio] 177 2, 178 | gloss of Gregory on the same passage. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 178 2, 182 | as a gloss says on this passage. Again, a certain solemnity 179 2, 182 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This passage quoted from Augustine also 180 2, 183 | ascribed to St. Jerome, and the passage quoted refers, not to St. ~ 181 2, 183 | Wherefore Augustine ~says in the passage quoted above: "Nor prefer 182 2, 183 | thus Jerome expounds the passage.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 183 2, 184 | and St. ~Thomas quotes the passage correctly above, Q[124], 184 2, 185 | is written in the same ~passage (2 Thess. 3:10): "If any 185 2, 185 | mentioned by Augustine in the passage quoted: in one way with 186 2, 185 | s": and a ~gloss on this passage says: "You must work and 187 2, 186 | so our Lord says in the passage quoted ~[*Lk. 6:30 "Of him 188 2, 187 | in his commentary on this passage of ~Matthew, the reference 189 2, 187 | Saul," as a gloss on the passage observes, "are the sacraments 190 3, 5 | Augustine, explaining the ~passage quoted, says (Ad Orosium [* 191 3, 8 | head" is employed in that passage in regard to ~exterior government; 192 3, 15 | prophet is speaking in this passage of the human ~knowledge 193 3, 16 | Chrysostom expounding this passage says [*Implicitly. Hom. 194 3, 18 | Christ, in the ~following passage: "In accordance with what 195 3, 18 | else is mentioned in the passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 196 3, 22 | Apostle says in the same passage, he is "likened unto the ~ 197 3, 24 | the true reading of ~this passage of the Apostle is: "Who 198 3, 25 | it is. Wherefore in the ~passage quoted we are to understand 199 3, 28 | As the gloss says on this passage, the word "'mulier,' is ~ 200 3, 28 | to go through a closed ~passage; since two bodies cannot 201 3, 28 | to go through a closed passage pertains to a glorified 202 3, 28 | 2: Further, in the same passage (Mt. 1:20) are related the 203 3, 28 | Further, again in the same passage a little further on (Mt. ~ 204 3, 29 | Lastly, some understand the passage of Jerome to refer to the 205 3, 30 | may be gathered from the passage quoted from Dionysius, ~ 206 3, 31 | 3:25, this prophetical passage does ~not deny that a posterity 207 3, 31 | say that the sense of the passage ~quoted from the Apostle 208 3, 34 | down by the Apostle in this passage refers to ~those who by 209 3, 35 | the infant opening ~the passage from the womb. Now it has 210 3, 35 | consequently, without opening the passage. Consequently ~there was 211 3, 39 | Chrysostom) says in the same ~passage: "As the light of the sun 212 3, 42 | Scriptural Index on this ~passage]. Now the right order demanded 213 3, 42 | says, commenting on this passage: "He called Himself the 214 3, 42 | says, commenting on the passage quoted, "we do ~not read 215 3, 43 | Augustine explains this passage of John as follows (Tract. ~ 216 3, 46 | Chrysostom in the same passage gives another explanation, 217 3, 46 | conversation. ~Accordingly the passage continues: "Let us go forth 218 3, 46 | continues thus in the same ~passage: "All had been under sin, 219 3, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As the passage quoted goes on to say: " 220 3, 47 | hence we read in the same passage: "He was offered because 221 3, 47 | too, says ~upon the same passage that "they knew Him to be 222 3, 50 | Athanasius is speaking in the ~passage quoted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 223 3, 52 | Hence shortly before the passage quoted he says: "Some ~add 224 3, 52 | confusion. ~Accordingly the passage continues: "And the moon 225 3, 52 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: From this passage of Augustine it cannot be 226 3, 58 | Hence Damascene adds in the ~passage quoted: "In which," that 227 3, 59 | when he says in the ~first passage that "the Ancient of days 228 3, 59 | Accordingly he thus explains the passage just quoted from John: "' 229 3, 59 | Ambrose ~observes on this passage in Luke: "It is well that 230 3, 60 | this is clear from the passage quoted above (A[1]) from 231 3, 66 | to be the meaning of the ~passage quoted from Hugh of St. 232 3, 67 | Pope Gelasius I says (the passage is to be found in the ~Decrees, 233 3, 67 | as the gloss says in the passage quoted from Luke 10.~Aquin.: 234 3, 68 | Nevertheless, as the same passage reads further on, "if ~within 235 3, 68 | Apostle says in the same passage (Rm. 5:12). Much more, therefore, ~ 236 3, 69 | the gloss says on the same passage (cf. ad 1), "the ~punishment 237 3, 71 | out, as appears from the passage quoted from ~Augustine, 238 3, 72 | i.e. secretly. [*The passage quoted in ~the text of the 239 3, 72 | receive more grace. The passage quoted is to be ~taken in 240 3, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the passage of the Red Sea was a figure 241 3, 73 | Lamb was previous to the ~passage of the Red Sea, and the 242 3, 74 | same Pope Julius, in the passage quoted in ~the argument: " 243 3, 75 | of a Virgin": and] ~[*The passage in the brackets is not in 244 3, 79 | Joan.), expounding the same passage, observes: "The ~sacrament 245 3, 79 | and a ~gloss of the same passage makes the following commentary: " 246 3, 79 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passage quoted is not to be understood 247 3, 80 | the ~gloss says on this passage: "He eats and drinks unworthily 248 3, 81 | into him." And on this ~passage Augustine says (Tract. lxii 249 3, 84 | Joan. [*Implicitly in the passage referred to, but ~explicitly 250 3, 87 | man, which a gloss on that passage expounds as referring to ~ 251 3, 87 | Venial offenses, in the passage quoted, denote the ~irregularities 252 Suppl, 6 | Moral. xxii, 9] on the passage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[3] 253 Suppl, 19| of the keys. ~For in the passage where the use of the keys 254 Suppl, 32| as Gregory expounds ~the passage (Moral. xxxii, 11). Therefore 255 Suppl, 67| marriage is ~gathered from this passage (Mt. 19:6) it would seem 256 Suppl, 67| 19). [*The rest of the ~passage is apparently quoted from 257 Suppl, 71| According to a gloss this passage may be expounded in two ~ 258 Suppl, 72| says (Moral. v, 30) on this passage, "we call upon God when 259 Suppl, 72| we are to understand this passage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 260 Suppl, 72| sinners into hell." Now the ~passage quoted refers to that fire 261 Suppl, 86| OBJ 1: As a gloss on this passage observes, the angels will 262 Suppl, 86| quoted, as a gloss on the passage remarks.~Aquin.: SMT XP 263 Suppl, 88| a gloss says on the same passage. Therefore they await the ~ 264 Suppl, 89| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The passage quoted does not mean that 265 Suppl, 90| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In this passage "virtue" denotes not the 266 Suppl, 92| sense Moses speaks in the ~passage quoted above. Wherefore 267 Suppl, 94| context of his ~words in this passage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 268 Suppl, 96| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In this passage of the Apostle the foundation


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