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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | power it is to ~signify His meaning, not by words only (as man 2 1, 2 | those who do not know the meaning of the predicate and subject ~ 3 1, 2 | accept as a middle term the meaning of the word, and not its ~ 4 1, 2 | for the middle term the meaning of the word "God".~Aquin.: 5 1, 5 | prior to goodness. For the meaning ~signified by the name of 6 1, 8 | from ~it. Now this is the meaning of God being in things by 7 1, 11 | being" must have the same meaning. But it would be nugatory 8 1, 12 | object seen, so ~that the meaning is, we shall see Him to 9 1, 12 | the one seeing; as if the meaning was that ~the mode of seeing 10 1, 12 | formed to express some divine meaning; as in the Baptism, the ~ 11 1, 13 | that words relate to the meaning of things signified through 12 1, 13 | thing must ~have a concrete meaning as applicable to compound 13 1, 13 | say, "God is good," the meaning is not, "God ~is the cause 14 1, 13 | God is not evil"; but the meaning is, ~"Whatever good we attribute 15 1, 13 | corporeal condition; for their meaning is bound up with time and ~ 16 1, 13 | God would included in its ~meaning the creature's goodness. 17 1, 13 | which ~they belong but the meaning of the relations themselves. 18 1, 13 | regards such things the meaning of the name and its source 19 1, 13 | relates to the source of its meaning. For this name is imposed 20 1, 13 | does not use this name as meaning ~God in opinion, for he 21 1, 13 | perhaps, ~as we use names the meaning of which we know not.~Aquin.: 22 1, 13 | proposition is true, and ~the meaning is: Any intellect which 23 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 1: The strict meaning of "comprehension" signifies 24 1, 14 | or of any other manner of meaning whatsoever. ~Whatever therefore 25 1, 14 | Philosopher must be understood as meaning ~that the intellect which 26 1, 16 | sits," has not the same meaning when Socrates ~sits, after 27 1, 19 | properly, since in its primary ~meaning it includes passion; whereas 28 1, 20 | do not ~include in their meaning objects from the diversity 29 1, 25 | doubt as to the precise meaning of the word 'all' when we ~ 30 1, 25 | effect of extending the meaning), and ~then secondly with " 31 1, 27 | the Lord contradict such a meaning, ~when He speaks of Himself, " 32 1, 27 | opinions take procession as meaning an outward act; hence neither 33 1, 27 | generation has a twofold meaning: ~one common to everything 34 1, 28 | their strict and ~proper meaning, signify something inherent 35 1, 28 | relation in ~its own proper meaning signifies only what refers 36 1, 28 | to its ~proper and formal meaning, that is to say, in so far 37 1, 28 | in so far as its proper ~meaning denotes comparison to that 38 1, 28 | in Himself in the ~strict meaning of relation; but rather 39 1, 28 | what is contained in the meaning of relation, is something 40 1, 28 | comprehended in the ordinary meaning of that ~term. For it was 41 1, 29 | subsistence" have the same meaning. Therefore "person" and " 42 1, 29 | names seem ~to have the same meaning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 43 1, 29 | speaking, corresponds in meaning to ~"hypostasis," is used 44 1, 29 | to ~God in its objective meaning. For as famous men were 45 1, 29 | Philosopher (Metaph. iv), the meaning of a word ~is its definition. 46 1, 29 | would ~bear an equivocal meaning in God, in man, and in angels.~ 47 1, 29 | difficulty arises concerning the meaning of this word ~"person" in 48 1, 29 | may be ~included in the meaning of a less common term, which 49 1, 29 | rational" is included in the meaning of "man," ~and not in the 50 1, 29 | of "man," ~and not in the meaning of "animal." So that it 51 1, 29 | is one thing to ask the ~meaning of the word animal, and 52 1, 29 | and another to ask its meaning when the ~animal in question 53 1, 29 | is one thing to ask the meaning of ~this word "person" in 54 1, 29 | and another to ask the meaning of "person" ~as applied 55 1, 29 | nevertheless do belong to the meaning of a particular human person.~ 56 1, 30 | includes "substance," not as ~meaning the essence, but the "suppositum" 57 1, 30 | but have only a negative ~meaning. Others, however, assert 58 1, 30 | incommunicable. But ~the very meaning of person is that it is 59 1, 31 | trine-unity. But in the strict meaning of the term it rather ~signifies 60 1, 31 | say ~"Unity in Trinity"; meaning that the nature is in its " 61 1, 31 | et ~aliud] have the same meaning, differing only in gender. 62 1, 31 | in the divine persons, as meaning ~that the relative property 63 1, 31 | ascribes absolutely its meaning to a given "suppositum"; 64 1, 31 | alone, unless some implied meaning be assumed in the ~predicate, 65 1, 32 | beginning was the word," not as meaning the ~Person begotten in 66 1, 32 | begotten in God, but as meaning the ideal type whereby God 67 1, 33 | unbegotten" has the ~same meaning as "not a son." Nor does 68 1, 33 | attributed in the second sense, meaning that a certain person of ~ 69 1, 34 | proper sense has a threefold meaning; while in a fourth sense 70 1, 34 | essence is included in its meaning: ~for as it properly belongs 71 1, 35 | employ the ~term image as meaning a perfect similitude.~Aquin.: 72 1, 36 | Son, which has the same meaning.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 73 1, 36 | as an adverb, so that the meaning should ~be: They are one 74 1, 38 | something essential in its meaning; as the essence is included ~ 75 1, 39 | so stated as regards the meaning; for instance, "I and the 76 1, 39 | substantive God; and thus the meaning would be that there ~is 77 1, 39 | negative is false; so that the meaning would be, "He ~begot God 78 1, 39 | Ghost. For "eternity" as meaning a "being" ~without a principle, 79 1, 39 | thing in their essential meaning, are ~referred to the essence, 80 1, 40 | term "Father" is taken as meaning relation only, but not as ~ 81 1, 41 | sense, it has a twofold meaning: ~firstly, as an efficient 82 1, 41 | enough to explain the real meaning of the words. ~For we can 83 1, 42 | like manner"; but their meaning is to show that the Son 84 1, 43 | is a fitting thing, as ~meaning in one way the procession 85 1, 43 | from the sender, and as ~meaning a new way of existing in 86 1, 43 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission, meaning procession from the sender, 87 1, 43 | 5), mission in its very meaning ~implies that he who is 88 1, 46 | they try to explain their meaning thus (De Civ. Dei x, 31): 89 1, 48 | pain in its most general meaning, so as to include ~privation 90 1, 63 | another who catches his meaning can assent to ~what is said; 91 1, 67 | or in its more extended meaning. This is ~clearly shown 92 1, 67 | word light. In its ~primary meaning it signifies that which 93 1, 67 | its strict and ~primary meaning, it is to be understood 94 1, 68 | in its proper and natural meaning, when it ~denotes that body 95 1, 69 | accordance with the surface meaning of the text, ~consider that 96 1, 73 | two senses, in one sense meaning a ~cessation from work, 97 1, 73 | says Augustine, is the meaning of God's resting ~from His 98 1, 73 | According to the first meaning, then, a blessing befits 99 1, 73 | according to the second meaning, it is right that the ~seventh 100 1, 77 | If we take accident as meaning what is divided against ~ 101 1, 38 | something essential in its meaning; as the essence is included ~ 102 1, 39 | so stated as regards the meaning; for instance, "I and the 103 1, 39 | substantive God; and thus the meaning would be that there ~is 104 1, 39 | negative is false; so that the meaning would be, "He ~begot God 105 1, 39 | Ghost. For "eternity" as meaning a "being" ~without a principle, 106 1, 39 | thing in their essential meaning, are ~referred to the essence, 107 1, 40 | term "Father" is taken as meaning relation only, but not as ~ 108 1, 41 | sense, it has a twofold meaning: ~firstly, as an efficient 109 1, 41 | enough to explain the real meaning of the words. ~For we can 110 1, 42 | like manner"; but their meaning is to show that the Son 111 1, 43 | is a fitting thing, as ~meaning in one way the procession 112 1, 43 | from the sender, and as ~meaning a new way of existing in 113 1, 43 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission, meaning procession from the sender, 114 1, 43 | 5), mission in its very meaning ~implies that he who is 115 1, 47 | they try to explain their meaning thus (De Civ. Dei x, 31): 116 1, 49 | pain in its most general meaning, so as to include ~privation 117 1, 64 | another who catches his meaning can assent to ~what is said; 118 1, 68 | or in its more extended meaning. This is ~clearly shown 119 1, 68 | word light. In its ~primary meaning it signifies that which 120 1, 68 | its strict and ~primary meaning, it is to be understood 121 1, 69 | in its proper and natural meaning, when it ~denotes that body 122 1, 70 | accordance with the surface meaning of the text, ~consider that 123 1, 72 | two senses, in one sense meaning a ~cessation from work, 124 1, 72 | says Augustine, is the meaning of God's resting ~from His 125 1, 72 | According to the first meaning, then, a blessing befits 126 1, 72 | according to the second meaning, it is right that the ~seventh 127 1, 76 | If we take accident as meaning what is divided against ~ 128 1, 78 | not in accordance with the meaning of ~Augustine, who says 129 1, 78 | Boethius takes intelligence as meaning that act of the ~intellect 130 1, 88 | phantasms. ~This is also the meaning of the second objection.~ 131 1, 95 | Mastership has a twofold meaning. First, as opposed to ~slavery, 132 1, 107 | essences." Secondly, as meaning a certain excellence of 133 1, 115 | ascribes human affairs to fate, meaning thereby the ~will or power 134 2, 3 | final perfection. But the meaning of operation does not ~imply 135 2, 8 | may appear superfluous], meaning ~thereby the act of the 136 2, 26 | But ~these have the same meaning. Therefore love and dilection 137 2, 35 | which is its more ~usual meaning, then it is contrasted with 138 2, 35 | good, which has only one meaning: and ~so pleasure is not 139 2, 58 | clearly, we must ~consider the meaning of the Latin word "mos"; 140 2, 58 | Now "mos" has a twofold meaning. ~For sometimes it means 141 2, 58 | particular action. And the other ~meaning of "mos," i.e. "custom," 142 2, 61 | purgatoriae: ~literally meaning, cleansing virtues]; thirdly, 143 2, 66 | principles ~depends on the meaning of the terms: for as soon 144 2, 66 | its part. Now to know the meaning of being and non-being, 145 2, 76 | to the will, which is the meaning of the word involuntary. 146 2, 79 | is to be understood as meaning that He inclines the will 147 2, 88 | sin. If this be taken as meaning that many venial ~sins added 148 2, 88 | however, this be taken as meaning that many venial sins make 149 2, 93 | it can be understood as meaning that the ~works of a man, 150 2, 94 | wise, ~who understand the meaning of the terms of such propositions: 151 2, 94 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The meaning of the sentence quoted is 152 2, 96 | says (De Trin. iv): "The meaning of what is said ~is according 153 2, 102 | convey that particular meaning; so also the meaning of 154 2, 102 | particular meaning; so also the meaning of those legal ~ceremonies 155 2, 102 | were intent on the inner meaning of the sacrifices, because 156 2, 102 | temple, might ~grasp the meaning of these types, it was necessary 157 2, 102 | Para. 2/2~The figurative meaning of these things is that 158 2, 105 | say to you: What is the meaning of this ~service? You shall 159 2, 108 | Jews so ~distorted the true meaning of these promises, as to 160 2, 1 | accordance with its ~real meaning, as derived from the Greek: 161 2, 2 | and ~after the Law, the meaning of which sacrifices was 162 2, 8 | words ~lies hidden their meaning; under likenesses and figures 163 2, 10 | asunder." ~Accordingly the meaning of Our Lord's words, "Suffer 164 2, 11 | derived ~from a Greek word meaning choice, whereby a man makes 165 2, 11 | when he so distorts the meaning of Holy ~Writ, that it is 166 2, 11 | which Jerome expounds as meaning that "a man should be ~forgiven, 167 2, 12 | not to be understood as meaning that all the ~sins which 168 2, 12 | without heeding to the meaning of those words: this ~is 169 2, 12 | way, by adverting to the meaning of his words, and to their 170 2, 15 | they should tell them the meaning of the ~paschal observance, 171 2, 28 | we give peace its proper meaning.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 172 2, 38 | declare our purpose or meaning to him. Now we are not always 173 2, 43 | that is if this be the true meaning of the text quoted. For, 174 2, 53 | artifice, to conceal one's ~meaning by words, to represent error 175 2, 58 | Consequently the original meaning of the word "judgment" is 176 2, 58 | judgment," from its original meaning of a right ~decision about 177 2, 66 | both counts. This is the meaning of what is written (Dt. 178 2, 78 | obscurum,' and explains it as meaning ~'derogatory,' infra Q[108], 179 2, 81 | bosom," explains them as meaning, "if my prayer does not ~ 180 2, 84 | laity: and ~this is the meaning of the words of Pope Damasus. 181 2, 86 | sense, should be taken as meaning that neither fruitfulness 182 2, 87 | God," which has the same meaning, as Augustine states [*See 183 2, 90 | a word differs from its meaning. For its ~etymology depends 184 2, 90 | signification: whereas its meaning depends on the thing to 185 2, 90 | pedem], but this is not its meaning, else iron, since it hurts ~ 186 2, 121 | And since this latter ~meaning is the more common, the 187 2, 125 | thus we speak of anger meaning ~not any but excessive anger, 188 2, 129 | has 'auditorium,' but the meaning is the same], and (2 Para. ~ 189 2, 136 | Pervicacious" has the same meaning, for it signifies that a 190 2, 144 | virtuous act. This is the meaning of Peter's words quoted ~ 191 2, 169 | cover a falsehood, for ~the meaning of the prophecy is that 192 2, 171 | the latter understands the meaning of it, like Jeremias who 193 2, 171 | garments, ~understood not the meaning of what they did.~Aquin.: 194 2, 173 | he was rapt in the ~body, meaning, by body, an image of his 195 2, 178 | consideration" has the same meaning, ~according to Bernard ( 196 2, 181 | the Church. This is the meaning of the ~Apostle's words ( 197 2, 184 | Jer. 11:15): "What ~is the meaning that My beloved hath wrought 198 2, 185 | prayers of the contemptuous": meaning that those are contemptuous 199 2, 187 | Douay renders 'reward,' as ~meaning 'punishment']. Thus I was 200 2, 187 | man concerning justice," meaning that one should not do ~ 201 3, 2 | forth," the word ~"natura" meaning, as it were, "nascitura." 202 3, 2 | Person has a different meaning from "nature." For nature, ~ 203 3, 2 | signified when I say "man," meaning Christ, and ~when I say " 204 3, 16 | composition, with this meaning: "Man was made God, i.e. 205 3, 16 | affecting the subject, with this meaning - that the "Son of God was 206 3, 25 | Whose martyrs [*The original meaning of the word ~'martyr,' i.e. 207 3, 27 | however, ~be explained as meaning that our Lord corrected 208 3, 29 | are better ~rendered as meaning, "not willing publicly to 209 3, 36 | east," are to be taken as meaning, not that when they were 210 3, 40 | incredible." The mystical meaning, as Gregory says (Hom. xvi 211 3, 41 | Mark may be understood as meaning that "He ~was in the desert 212 3, 42 | to the unbeliever. His ~meaning, therefore, is that whatever 213 3, 43 | apostles: whereas He saith as meaning not only them: . . . ~'He 214 3, 46 | the Pasch ~can be taken as meaning the whole feast of the Jews, 215 3, 55 | For ~if we take Galilee as meaning 'a passing,' we must understand 216 3, 55 | what we pretend has no ~meaning then is it a falsehood. 217 3, 55 | susceptible of a twofold meaning: ~sometimes it is employed 218 3, 58 | sitting" may have a twofold meaning; namely, ~"abiding" as in 219 3, 60 | mispronounced have no appointed ~meaning, yet we allow them an accommodated 220 3, 60 | allow them an accommodated meaning corresponding to the ~usual 221 3, 60 | beginning of a word changes the meaning, whereas a change at the 222 3, 60 | to be considered is the meaning of the words. For since ~ 223 3, 66 | sacrament: which seems to be the meaning of the ~passage quoted from 224 3, 72 | to publish their mystical meaning, or the power which, ~coming 225 3, 73 | the present it has another meaning, namely, that of ~Ecclesiastical 226 3, 73 | the future it has a third meaning, inasmuch as this ~sacrament 227 3, 75 | 98:9]: ~"Give a spiritual meaning to what I have said. You 228 3, 75 | the words. for then the meaning of the ~words is finished, 229 3, 75 | words is finished, which meaning is efficacious in the forms 230 3, 77 | word "bread" in this second meaning, when ~he says that "this 231 3, 78 | contained, so that the ~meaning is: "This is My blood contained 232 3, 78 | away from Me": so that the meaning is: "This is the chalice ~ 233 3, 78 | these sacraments follows the meaning, which is terminated in 234 3, 78 | its effect. ~Therefore the meaning of these words is understood 235 3, 78 | the intellect; so that the meaning is, ~"This is My body" - 236 3, 78 | because in that case the meaning of the ~sentence would be: " 237 3, 78 | body," which would be ~the meaning of the second opinion; nor " 238 3, 78 | body," which ~would be the meaning of the third opinion: but 239 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The meaning of this expression is, in 240 3, 82 | it is evident that ~his meaning is that the priest who is 241 3, 83 | mystery (and this is the meaning ~of the singing after the 242 3, 83 | makes no ~difference in the meaning, nor does the expression 243 3, 83 | preceding these have that meaning, when he says: "Vouchsafe 244 3, 83 | nevertheless, the same meaning of the parts continues, 245 3, 85 | gloss is to be taken as meaning that the act of ~penance 246 3, 86 | which a gloss explains as meaning ~that "he found no place 247 Suppl, 17| fourfold: (1) the nature and ~meaning of the keys. (2) the use 248 Suppl, 36| according to the actual meaning of the ~words; for this 249 Suppl, 36| of others. This is the ~meaning of the Apostle when he says ( 250 Suppl, 44| from "nubo" ~[*The original meaning of 'nubo' is 'to veil'], 251 Suppl, 56| not apparently know the meaning of what they ~say, since 252 Suppl, 66| some read ~"effectum"; the meaning is the same, and is best 253 Suppl, 69| is evident: and the same meaning ~applies to a gloss on Lk. 254 Suppl, 70| Augustine is to be understood as meaning ~that the soul takes away 255 Suppl, 70| it must be ~said that the meaning is that the separated soul 256 Suppl, 72| are to understand this as meaning that its substance contains 257 Suppl, 72| 23) explains "many" as meaning ~"all": in fact, this way 258 Suppl, 76| argument, so far as the meaning of ~the Philosopher is concerned, 259 Suppl, 80| this were the Apostle's meaning, just as he speaks of ~spiritual 260 Suppl, 89| form and ~matter: but the meaning is that the proportion of 261 Suppl, 89| the Son." This also is the meaning of the evangelist, since 262 Suppl, 89| And this is apparently the meaning of the ~Philosopher (De 263 Suppl, 93| would seem contrary to the meaning of the gloss quoted ~above. 264 Suppl, 93| difference of glory, in the meaning of the Apostle, regards 265 Suppl, 93| this is ~not the proper meaning of an aureole, although 266 Suppl, 94| its nature. This is the meaning of the words of ~Isaias ( 267 Suppl, 94| reasons. First ~from the very meaning of the word. These are his 268 Suppl, 94| This seems to have been the meaning of Isidore when he ~asserted


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