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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | object actually understood, making the intellect in act ~by 2 1, 15 | is the ~principle of the making of things, it may be called 3 1, 17 | and the intellect false in making it; for such a statement 4 1, 23 | respect of the notion of making white, whether he who ~is 5 1, 23 | temporal can help towards making something ~else eternal. 6 1, 25 | implying the manner of the making; thus God cannot make ~anything 7 1, 36 | are not to be described as making a new ~symbol of faith; 8 1, 41 | from another as a son, and "making," that the maker makes ~ 9 1, 45 | simultaneous, whether such making is the term of ~movement, 10 1, 49 | and creating darkness, making peace, and creating ~evil." 11 1, 54 | chances to be ~generation or making. Knowledge, however, is 12 1, 61 | and the devising was the making thereof."~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 65 | but also by the manner of making it; for one and the same ~ 14 1, 66 | nature and corporeal matter - making no ~mention of the empyrean 15 1, 67 | their immaterial being, by making them actually ~visible. 16 1, 67 | nebula, and that on the making of the sun this returned 17 1, 68 | according to whom ~the making of the firmament implies 18 1, 69 | have been described as a ~making not as a gathering together.~ 19 1, 72 | also does man. But in the making of man nothing is said of 20 1, 72 | preceding account of the making of ~birds and fishes, could 21 1, 73 | the fact that He ceased making them on the seventh ~day, 22 1, 73 | cannot be ~explained as His making man to rest.~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 73 | has made, but not by the making of new ones.~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 74 | the first day; and the making of the luminaries on the 25 1, 74 | totally without form; but the making of the ~firmament, the gathering 26 1, 74 | seventh day God ceased from making new things, but ~not from 27 1, 75 | maintain man to be a soul making use of the ~body.~Aquin.: 28 1, 41 | from another as a son, and "making," that the maker makes ~ 29 1, 46 | simultaneous, whether such making is the term of ~movement, 30 1, 50 | and creating darkness, making peace, and creating ~evil." 31 1, 55 | chances to be ~generation or making. Knowledge, however, is 32 1, 62 | and the devising was the making thereof."~Aquin.: SMT FP 33 1, 66 | but also by the manner of making it; for one and the same ~ 34 1, 67 | nature and corporeal matter - making no ~mention of the empyrean 35 1, 68 | their immaterial being, by making them actually ~visible. 36 1, 68 | nebula, and that on the making of the sun this returned 37 1, 69 | according to whom ~the making of the firmament implies 38 1, 70 | have been described as a ~making not as a gathering together.~ 39 1, 71 | also does man. But in the making of man nothing is said of 40 1, 71 | preceding account of the making of ~birds and fishes, could 41 1, 72 | the fact that He ceased making them on the seventh ~day, 42 1, 72 | cannot be ~explained as His making man to rest.~Aquin.: SMT 43 1, 72 | has made, but not by the making of new ones.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 73 | the first day; and the making of the luminaries on the 45 1, 73 | totally without form; but the making of the ~firmament, the gathering 46 1, 73 | seventh day God ceased from making new things, but ~not from 47 1, 74 | maintain man to be a soul making use of the ~body.~Aquin.: 48 1, 78 | thinks about the means of making it known to others; and ~ 49 1, 83 | an immaterial power not making use of a corporeal ~organ 50 1, 89 | something to ~its act, acts by making a change therein. Therefore 51 1, 90 | transform a body except by making use of something in the 52 1, 90 | like to which also is the making of man from the slime of 53 1, 92 | points to the term of the making, and then the sense is, ~" 54 1, 95 | in changing them, but in ~making use of them without hindrance.~ 55 1, 98 | authority. Wherefore, in making any ~assertion, we must 56 1, 103 | builder constructs a house, by making use of cement, stones, and 57 1, 104 | forms in matter, but by making use of corporeal ~seeds.~ 58 1, 106 | always for the purpose of making something ~known to another; 59 1, 109 | the name of ~Christ, or by making use of other sacred signs.~ 60 1, 110 | enlightenment which consists in making known Divine truth has two ~ 61 1, 113 | by men, are hindered from making ~further assaults?~Aquin.: 62 1, 113 | this reason hindered from ~making further assaults?~Aquin.: 63 1, 116 | the superior angels, by making their thoughts known to ~ 64 1, 117 | is the act of the body, making use ~of the body in its 65 2, 1 | will does not extend to making opposites ~exist at the 66 2, 13 | moved to that alone, without making any choice. Just as ~fire 67 2, 13 | not downwards, without its making any choice.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 14 | thus, have nothing to do in making the laws. Therefore counsel 69 2, 19 | the end, but goodness ~of making is never the end": because 70 2, 21 | artist is not blamed for making something bad: because ~ 71 2, 23 | towards its object, either by making ~some good difficult to 72 2, 23 | difficult to obtain, or by making some evil hard to avoid. 73 2, 32 | in two ~ways. First, as making man imagine himself to be 74 2, 32 | sorrowful man ~seeks pleasure as making for his own good, in so 75 2, 34 | kinds of good, but with the ~making of external things, as we 76 2, 34 | Nevertheless there is an art of making ~pleasure, namely, "the 77 2, 34 | of cookery and the art of making arguments," ~as stated in 78 2, 34 | act of contemplation, ~by making use of knowledge already 79 2, 35 | thing which the soul, by making evil ~use of it, made subject 80 2, 40 | regards evil accidentally, as making the difficult good impossible 81 2, 40 | nature is a help to action by making it ~more intense: and this 82 2, 45 | heart: and again through making a man think greatly ~of 83 2, 52 | is made hotter, without making, in the matter, something 84 2, 57 | by way of ~work: e.g. the making of a syllogism or of a fitting 85 2, 57 | things to be ~done." Now "making" and "doing" differ, as 86 2, 57 | ix, text. ~16, in that "making" is an action passing into 87 2, 57 | as art does to outward making: since each ~is the perfect 88 2, 57 | be made: for since the making of a thing passes into external 89 2, 57 | art is concerned with the making of ~things. On the other 90 2, 58 | were perfected by a habit making it conformable to ~reason. 91 2, 58 | habit ~of choosing, i.e. making us choose well. Now in order 92 2, 65 | one may have the ~art of making certain things, without 93 2, 65 | things, without the art of making certain others. ~Now prudence 94 2, 66 | pleasure ~and readiness in making use of it. Now experience 95 2, 76 | sin altogether (through making it ~altogether involuntary) 96 2, 78 | so far as he sins through making ~a choice of evil), or whether 97 2, 78 | malice is ~to sin through making a choice of evil, as stated 98 2, 88 | fact of many venial sins ~making one mortal sin dispositively.~ 99 2, 89 | allured by a certain desire of making the experiment, when ~he 100 2, 90 | people. And therefore the making of a law belongs either 101 2, 98 | authority; but sometimes after making a law, he promulgates it 102 2, 99 | Apostle says (Eph. 2:15): "Making void the Law of ~commandments 103 2, 100 | 3/3~Since, however, the making of graven things or the 104 2, 100 | expiate his son ~or daughter, making them to pass through the 105 2, 102 | Because on Eph. 2:15, "Making void the law of the ~commandments," 106 2, 102 | the gloss says, (i.e.) "making void the Old Law as to the ~ 107 2, 102 | ordered (Ex. 30:18, seqq.) the making of a brazen laver with its ~ 108 2, 102 | various materials in the making of garments signified ~inordinate 109 2, 103 | mortal sin now for anyone, in making ~a profession of faith, 110 2, 106 | to Heb. 10:28,29: "A man making ~void the Law of Moses dieth 111 2, 3 | is nothing commendable in making a public confession ~of 112 2, 4 | eternal life is begun in us, ~making the intellect assent to 113 2, 20 | Hear me a poor wretch ~making supplication to Thee, and 114 2, 22 | is the first part in the making. Therefore charity is not ~ 115 2, 25 | God proportionately, by making man ~comport himself towards 116 2, 25 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, In making such comparisons as this, 117 2, 28 | away from his due end by making him place his end in ~something 118 2, 28 | counselling of reason, by making it wander from justice.~ 119 2, 29 | beneficence consists chiefly in making gifts. But this ~belongs 120 2, 30 | man, with the desire of making money out of ~another man, 121 2, 31 | you bear in mind that by ~making him hate you, you may make 122 2, 45 | prevent this difference from making the habits differ ~specifically; 123 2, 49 | human ~virtue consists in making a human act good. Now among 124 2, 56 | external things, not by making ~them, which pertains to 125 2, 58 | about them when they are making them, when once ~they are 126 2, 59 | and so he is ~punished by making restitution several times 127 2, 60 | the remedy is applied by making restitution, since ~thereby 128 2, 60 | but not without previously making a careful inquiry about 129 2, 60 | reveal his own crime. But by making ~restitution a man would 130 2, 60 | always. Now the necessity of making restitution is binding through 131 2, 60 | Although the precept about the making of restitution is ~affirmative 132 2, 60 | altogether ~excused from making restitution if he is altogether 133 2, 62 | self-defense, as ~to whether, after making amends by repenting, they 134 2, 66 | may sin in two ways when making an ~accusation: first through 135 2, 66 | having recourse ~to fraud in making the accusation. This belongs 136 2, 71 | Ps. 108:4, "Instead ~of making me a return of love they 137 2, 73 | wherefore it is described as ~"making fun." Now all the foregoing 138 2, 73 | wherefore it ~is known as "making fun." Therefore derision 139 2, 75 | necessary, for instance in ~the making of vessels and the like. 140 2, 75 | metal has the property of making people joyful, and is helpful ~ 141 2, 76 | or with the intention of making a ~greater profit from his 142 2, 84 | make oblations, both before making them, ~as in the first, 143 2, 84 | in his flock a male, and making a vow offereth in sacrifice ~ 144 2, 86 | before God, even without making a promise; and ~consequently 145 2, 86 | appointed ~bishops after making profession. Therefore it 146 2, 86 | world, even from the vow of ~making a pilgrimage to the Holy 147 2, 87 | unveiling the facts, namely, by making public what was hitherto 148 2, 87 | anyone dispense a man from ~making truth that which he has 149 2, 89 | Eph. 5:19, "Singing and ~making melody in your hearts to 150 2, 90 | anything invented by man for making and worshipping idols is ~ 151 2, 92 | Anything invented ~by man for making and worshipping idols, or 152 2, 93 | dupe of the demons and by making a compact of partnership ~ 153 2, 93 | no unlawful divination in making ~use of dreams for the foreknowledge 154 2, 98 | when alms are received for making processions in ~funerals. 155 2, 102 | Further, just as religious in making their profession take vows ~ 156 2, 103 | superiors should refrain from making a multitude of precepts.~ 157 2, 106 | if there is hope of many making amends, the severity ~of 158 2, 107 | ought. Excess consists in making known one's own ~affairs 159 2, 107 | human virtue consists in making a man's ~deed good. Consequently 160 2, 109 | worldly ~purposes, since by making a show of saintly conduct 161 2, 113 | it with the intention of making some ~gain out of it, he 162 2, 115 | proper act of liberality is making use ~of money or riches.~ 163 2, 115 | should not be prevented ~from making any due use of money through 164 2, 115 | spending it becomingly, or from making suitable gifts. Therefore ~ 165 2, 116 | ways. In one way, through ~making money by disgraceful means, 166 2, 116 | whoredom or the like, or by making a profit ~where one ought 167 2, 116 | profit. In another way, in making money by ~unjust means, 168 2, 120 | images: and so the very making of images was fittingly ~ 169 2, 120 | womenfolk would do better to be making linen on ~the Sabbath than 170 2, 121 | FS, Q[47], A[3]), or as making a person expose himself ~ 171 2, 121 | is brave through anger, making his choice and acting for 172 2, 132 | all the virtues, either by making ~[faciendo], or by any kind 173 2, 132 | man ~may be hindered from making that outlay if he love money 174 2, 142 | of the harm they do ~by making many think ill of us.~Aquin.: 175 2, 143 | is commonly regarded ~as making a man deserving of honor, 176 2, 145 | the many. ~Wherefore in making such precepts the lawgiver 177 2, 145 | pilgrimage at once, and of making long stages, or of doing 178 2, 152 | Christ and of God," thus ~making no further mention of obscenity, 179 2, 152 | against her husband," by making it uncertain that the ~children 180 2, 160 | sin ~destroys a virtue, by making ill use of that virtue: 181 2, 163 | suggestions to man without making use of an ~outward sensible 182 2, 167 | that the workmen sin in ~making such things, as directly 183 2, 178 | that is to say by actually making use of the ~bodily senses, 184 2, 187 | enter ~religion. For in making his profession a man is 185 2, 187 | religion with the purpose of making a ~trial than not to enter 186 2, 187 | Jewish ritual, thereby making them doubly children of 187 2, 187 | ill-health, or the hope of making greater progress in the 188 2, 187 | our Lord (Lk. 14:28) in making a comparison with a man ~ 189 3, 5 | but very often because by making use of the poorest . ~. . 190 3, 7 | teaches to have the means of making his ~doctrine clear; otherwise 191 3, 13 | as it ~was incapable of making exterior bodies swerve from 192 3, 16 | man," the subject of ~the making or uniting is not God, but 193 3, 16 | to be the subject of the making, to which the ~making is 194 3, 16 | the making, to which the ~making is attributed. Hence "Man 195 3, 16 | participle "made" attaches making to ~man with relation to 196 3, 16 | God, as the term of the making. And in this sense, ~granted 197 3, 16 | God was made Man," the ~making is taken to be terminated 198 3, 16 | for the subject of the making, e.g. if it were said that " 199 3, 25 | commandment does not forbid the making of any graven ~thing or 200 3, 25 | thing or likeness, but the making thereof for the purpose 201 3, 30 | great"; and further, by making known the mode of conception, ~ 202 3, 34 | perfection He attained not ~by making progress, but by receiving 203 3, 39 | shown to be real, by its ~making bodily progress with the 204 3, 40 | all such things "it is not making ~use of them, but the wantonness 205 3, 42 | by ~saying nothing or by making use of a language that is 206 3, 44 | according to Col. 1:20: "Making peace through the blood 207 3, 44 | but by His heavenly ~power making Himself invisible to those 208 3, 46 | devil's bondage by Christ making satisfaction on his behalf 209 3, 47 | are chiefly ordained for making compensation ~to them who 210 3, 47 | said God was His ~Father, making Himself equal to God." But 211 3, 60 | unlawful ~to violate by making them known to anybody whatever, 212 3, 61 | elements of ~this world, by making use of corporeal sacraments.~ 213 3, 62 | sacraments, is produced by making use of exterior things. 214 3, 62 | positive effect, i.e. by making man worthy of eternal life, 215 3, 63 | approach Him," adds "by making ~them Godlike and communicators 216 3, 64 | He give them the power of making the ungodly to be righteous. ~ 217 3, 65 | against venial sins: or by making ~things suitable for the 218 3, 72 | we read ~of the apostles making use of it. Therefore it 219 3, 74 | essential ~to this sacrament, as making the composition of bread, 220 3, 75 | nothing to prevent art from making a thing whose ~form is not 221 3, 75 | is not the subject of the making, but rather its term. ~Therefore, 222 3, 82 | Eucharist: sometimes by ~making it impossible to exercise 223 3, 83 | derives devotion ~therefrom, making him more fitted for Divine 224 3, 83 | without the blood, thus making ~the sacrifice to be incomplete, 225 3, 83 | purpose of confessing and making satisfaction ~for it: and 226 3, 84 | since by the very fact ~of making an offering for his sin, 227 3, 84 | of those, to wit, who are making a fresh start from ~the 228 3, 88 | man sins mortally after making restitution, he does not ~ 229 3, 90 | accomplished by the offender ~making atonement according to the 230 3, 90 | purpose of confessing and making satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT 231 Suppl, 1 | of confessing them and of making satisfaction for them?~Aquin.: 232 Suppl, 1 | of confessing them and of making satisfaction ~for them," 233 Suppl, 1 | purpose of ~confessing and of making satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT 234 Suppl, 1 | purpose of confessing and of ~making satisfaction."~Aquin.: SMT 235 Suppl, 3 | is ~united the purpose of making satisfaction. Therefore 236 Suppl, 6 | some ~external sign, as by making a sin-offering, whereby 237 Suppl, 6 | not commit a falsehood by making satisfaction ~for a sin 238 Suppl, 6 | time ~the commandment about making confession and that about 239 Suppl, 10| penitent, ~and he is able, by making satisfaction, to cleanse 240 Suppl, 10| can enter heaven before making his confession. ~Therefore 241 Suppl, 10| gives hope of salvation, by making us exercise ~our own virtue, 242 Suppl, 11| just as the obligation of making a ~sacramental confession 243 Suppl, 11| wished, divulge a sin, by ~making such a declaration, if this 244 Suppl, 12| past sin, which it heals by making compensation, and thus it 245 Suppl, 14| whether he had charity ~when making satisfaction, or whether 246 Suppl, 15| Para. 1/1 - OF THE MEANS OF MAKING SATISFACTION (THREE ARTICLES)~ 247 Suppl, 15| now consider the means of making satisfaction, under which 248 Suppl, 18| absolved and dies before making satisfaction, is ~less punished 249 Suppl, 21| unites all the faithful, making them ~one in God, according 250 Suppl, 29| things go together towards making one. In this way each sacrament ~ 251 Suppl, 36| for Orders ~be worthy, by making a careful inquiry about 252 Suppl, 43| to forbid altogether the making of ~promises about the future, 253 Suppl, 43| about the future, but the making of promises as though one 254 Suppl, 43| was for ~the purpose of making the father sorrowful, for 255 Suppl, 50| should ~not be any impediment making it altogether unlawful for 256 Suppl, 50| be assigned to marriage, ~making it unlawful for a person 257 Suppl, 58| persons are not fit for making contracts. But marriage 258 Suppl, 59| insult to the Creator, by making use ~of blasphemous words 259 Suppl, 61| entering religion and before making his profession ~the husband 260 Suppl, 61| return to his wife after making such a ~profession, she 261 Suppl, 72| are not in the state of making satisfaction; and ~consequently 262 Suppl, 75| which erstwhile animated it, making it a ~living and growing 263 Suppl, 83| increase of punishments by making them ~everlasting. If however 264 Suppl, 87| according to Col. 1:20, "Making peace ~through the blood 265 Suppl, 88| great ~instruments for the making of a small work. Now man 266 Suppl, 92| defects; for instance by making it ~capable of knowledge 267 Suppl, 96| by their ~works of mercy, making unto themselves "friends 268 Appen2, 1| being absolved, ~dies before making due satisfaction, is punished


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