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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | only in order to ~make its teaching clearer. For it accepts 2 1, 15 | and this is against the teaching of Damascene (De Fide Orth. 3 1, 15 | these, ~according to Plato's teaching, who first taught ideas, 4 1, 43 | show forth the office of teaching; whence it is said that, " 5 1, 57 | work for us; and Jesus as teaching them directly": as is evident 6 1, 60 | but by discovery, or by teaching. In like manner, the ~end 7 1, 61 | raised ~objection to his teaching, as is also the case with 8 1, 61 | speaking according to the teaching of the Greek ~Fathers; all 9 1, 64 | erroneous, and contrary to the teaching of the Apostle (2 Cor. 5: 10 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The teaching of Augustine rests on the 11 1, 70 | condemned by the Athenians for teaching that the sun was a fiery 12 1, 75 | things, as is clear ~from the teaching of Dionysius (Div. Nom. 13 1, 76 | This is contrary to the teaching ~of the Philosopher, who 14 1, 43 | show forth the office of teaching; whence it is said that, " 15 1, 58 | work for us; and Jesus as teaching them directly": as is evident 16 1, 61 | but by discovery, or by teaching. In like manner, the ~end 17 1, 62 | raised ~objection to his teaching, as is also the case with 18 1, 62 | speaking according to the teaching of the Greek ~Fathers; all 19 1, 65 | erroneous, and contrary to the teaching of the Apostle (2 Cor. 5: 20 1, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The teaching of Augustine rests on the 21 1, 71 | condemned by the Athenians for teaching that the sun was a fiery 22 1, 74 | things, as is clear ~from the teaching of Dionysius (Div. Nom. 23 1, 75 | This is contrary to the teaching ~of the Philosopher, who 24 1, 78 | intellect, according to the teaching of ~our faith, is God Himself, 25 1, 78 | is clearly opposed to the teaching of Aristotle. For he ~says ( 26 1, 83 | Platonists, found in ~their teaching anything consistent with 27 1, 84 | thus, ~according to the teaching of the Platonists all science 28 1, 102 | gives also the ~faculty of teaching others.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 29 1, 113 | be useless to confirm the teaching of the faith. This ~is unfitting; 30 1, 116 | Therefore a man cannot by teaching cause knowledge in ~another 31 1, 116 | knowledge in another by teaching him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] 32 1, 116 | says (Poster. i, 1): "All teaching and all learning ~proceed 33 1, 116 | which ~one is directed in teaching, just as art is the principle 34 1, 116 | he ~moves the disciple by teaching, so that the latter, by 35 2, 40 | something: and thus both teaching and persuasion may ~be a 36 2, 63 | perfection: ~this is the teaching of the Philosopher (Ethic. 37 2, 68 | order to receive a higher ~teaching from his master. Now it 38 2, 70 | Apostle had no ~intention of teaching us how many [either works 39 2, 79 | discovery," and the latter, "teaching," hence it is that ~spiritual " 40 2, 97 | sciences, we see that ~the teaching of the early philosophers 41 2, 100 | be inculcated, the wiser teaching the ~less wise: e.g. "Rise 42 2, 100 | ways of lying against the teaching of ~God. But there is a 43 2, 100 | also of ~upbringing and teaching. Wherefore the decalogue 44 2, 102 | God, ~consisting in the teaching of the Law and the Prophets, 45 2, 102 | distinct from the place of ~teaching. The figurative reason may 46 2, 102 | twelve apostles, or their ~teaching. Or again, the candlestick 47 2, 102 | may signify the Church's ~teaching, and faith, which also enlightens 48 2, 102 | which bells signified the teaching of divine things united 49 2, 103 | and fidelity. Such is the teaching Augustine (Contra Faust. ~ 50 2, 103 | the truth of the Gospel teaching was divulged, ~wherein Our 51 2, 107 | the New Law, which, in the teaching of Christ and ~the apostles, 52 2, 108 | apostles, through whom the teaching of the Gospel was to be 53 2, 108 | directs ~man's intention, by teaching that in our good works, 54 2, 108 | teaches us how to fulfil the teaching of the Gospel; viz. by ~ 55 2, 108 | Lord ~set this aside by teaching, first of all, that works 56 2, 111 | but ~only exteriorly by teaching or persuading. Hence gratuitous 57 2, 111 | so ~as to be capable of teaching others. Secondly, he must 58 2, 111 | as may be seen in ~human teaching. For whoever would teach 59 2, 113 | openeth the ears of men, and teaching, instructeth them in what ~ 60 2, 1 | self-evident principles to a teaching based on ~natural reason. 61 2, 1 | sufficiently explicit in the teaching ~of Christ and the apostles. 62 2, 1 | to pervert the apostolic teaching and other ~doctrines and 63 2, 2 | believes the ~master who is teaching him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] 64 2, 2 | latter adhere to the Divine teaching. Hence the ~Apostle says ( 65 2, 2 | the authority of Divine teaching confirmed by miracles, and, ~ 66 2, 5 | they ~recognize that the teaching of the Church is from God, 67 2, 5 | manifested in Holy Writ and the teaching of the Church, which proceeds ~ 68 2, 5 | and Divine rule, to the teaching of the Church, which proceeds ~ 69 2, 5 | that he who adheres to the teaching of the Church, as ~to an 70 2, 5 | no longer adheres to the ~teaching of the Church as to an infallible 71 2, 5 | not prepared to follow the teaching of the Church in ~all things; 72 2, 5 | Scriptures, according to the teaching of the Church who has the 73 2, 10 | contained in the apostolic ~teaching unless unbelievers could 74 2, 15 | Confession of faith and the teaching thereof also ~presuppose 75 2, 15 | relating to the confession and teaching of faith, rather ~than to 76 2, 15 | Further, learning precedes teaching, for a man must learn from ~ 77 2, 15 | contains precepts ~about teaching - both affirmative precepts 78 2, 15 | understanding, is by means of teaching and learning, and both are ~ 79 2, 15 | thy children" - refer to ~teaching.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] A[ 80 2, 15 | Testament, both in the teaching of the Gospel and in that 81 2, 15 | stated above. Nevertheless teaching was commanded more expressly 82 2, 21 | the Law, delivered their teaching ~about hope under the form 83 2, 31 | favors, such as correction, teaching and the like, on those who ~ 84 2, 31 | your evil deeds ~with good teaching, and to seek to be praised 85 2, 31 | openeth ~the ears of men, and teaching instructeth them in what 86 2, 34 | whereas, according to the ~teaching of faith, temporal goods 87 2, 41 | scandalized at Our Lord's teaching: and Our ~Lord teaches ( 88 2, 41 | is taught, and the act of teaching. ~The first of these is 89 2, 41 | But the act itself ~of teaching is one of the spiritual 90 2, 45 | originated and fostered by teaching; it therefore demands ~experience 91 2, 45 | us, not by nature, but by teaching ~and experience.~Aquin.: 92 2, 45 | through experience, or through teaching.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 93 2, 46 | which is caused either by teaching, ~to which pertains "docility," 94 2, 51 | rejection of ~the Divine teaching: whereas if he act beside 95 2, 54 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the teaching of the Gospel contains the 96 2, 54 | of the decalogue. Now the teaching of the ~Gospel contains 97 2, 54 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The teaching of the Gospel is the doctrine 98 2, 54 | it behooved the Gospel ~teaching to contain precepts also 99 2, 54 | Just as the rest of the teaching of the Old Testament is ~ 100 2, 85 | according to ~Mt. 28:20, "Teaching them to observe all things 101 2, 85 | God." Now neither in the teaching of Christ ~nor in that of 102 2, 88 | man," says: ~"A salutary teaching is given us here, lest we 103 2, 89 | Apostle says (Col. 3:16): "Teaching and admonishing one another 104 2, 89 | arouse men to devotion by teaching and preaching is a ~more 105 2, 89 | means of preaching and ~teaching, ought not to be instant 106 2, 89 | says (Polit. viii, 6), "Teaching should ~not be accompanied 107 2, 92 | their" (i.e. the ~demons') "teaching, what each of them desired 108 2, 93 | openeth the ears of men, and teaching ~instructeth them in what 109 2, 93 | is not sanctioned by the teaching of the holy fathers. For ~ 110 2, 95 | proof of God's power by teaching and reproving openly, yet 111 2, 96 | answer that, According to the teaching of the Philosopher (Poster. 112 2, 98 | master the ~exercise of his teaching. Therefore in like manner 113 2, 98 | anything ~in return, either for teaching, or for celebrating or omitting 114 2, 108 | their office in judging or ~teaching, and if they lie in these 115 2, 120 | any spiritual act, such as teaching by word or ~writing. Wherefore 116 2, 122 | many. Therefore the act of teaching and guiding ~subjects is 117 2, 145 | opposition to Christ's ~teaching. But our Lord said (Lk. 118 2, 148 | severity, harshness, but by teaching rather than commanding, 119 2, 150 | Himself a virgin, and by the teaching ~of the Apostle who (1 Cor. 120 2, 152 | The whole of Christian teaching is ~summed up in mercy and 121 2, 152 | openeth the ears of men, and teaching instructeth them in what 122 2, 156 | danger: for without anger, teaching will be useless, judgments 123 2, 159 | the ~whole of Christian teaching is humility." Consequently 124 2, 159 | contained ~in Christian teaching is incompatible with humility. 125 2, 159 | humility. Now Christian ~teaching admonishes us to seek the 126 2, 165 | considered ~the wisdom and teaching of the Babylonians to be 127 2, 167 | nevertheless, according to the teaching of Plato, they should be ~ 128 2, 169 | impressed under the form of teaching on ~the prophet's intellect, 129 2, 170 | Evang. ii, 40] that "no ~teaching is so false that it never 130 2, 170 | with falsehood." Hence ~the teaching of the demons, with which 131 2, 171 | certain species. Human teaching may be likened to prophetic 132 2, 172 | lofty: even as ~in human teaching the hearer, who is able 133 2, 174 | the requirements of the teaching of the faith. ~But as regards 134 2, 174 | knowledge, as required for teaching the faith, but not as to ~ 135 2, 175 | becoming even to women. For teaching is pertinent to this grace, 136 2, 175 | appears from Gn. ~3:16. Now teaching and persuading publicly 137 2, 175 | be intrusted with public teaching.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[177] A[ 138 2, 175 | quoted speaks of private teaching whereby a ~father instructs 139 2, 175 | knowledge, can administer it by ~teaching privately but not publicly.~ 140 2, 176 | in confirmation of their teaching, although sometimes they ~ 141 2, 176 | miracles as confirming their teaching, but not ~as an attestation 142 2, 179 | active life?~(3) Whether teaching pertains to the active life?~( 143 2, 179 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether teaching is a work of the active 144 2, 179 | OBJ 1: It would seem that teaching is a work not of the active 145 2, 179 | But this pertains to ~teaching. Therefore teaching is a 146 2, 179 | to ~teaching. Therefore teaching is a work of the contemplative 147 2, 179 | same ~kind of life. Now teaching is an act of wisdom: for 148 2, 179 | life, it ~would seem that teaching also belongs to the contemplative 149 2, 179 | to acquaint another, by teaching him, of the ~truth we have 150 2, 179 | answer that, The act of teaching has a twofold object. For 151 2, 179 | has a twofold object. For teaching is ~conveyed by speech, 152 2, 179 | Accordingly one object of teaching is the matter or object 153 2, 179 | concept; and as to this object teaching belongs sometimes to ~the 154 2, 179 | long for the ~sweetness of teaching, occupy themselves with 155 2, 179 | thus ~stating clearly that teaching belongs to the contemplative 156 2, 179 | 2/2~The other object of teaching is on the part of the speech 157 2, 179 | and ~thus the object of teaching is the hearer. As to this 158 2, 179 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, teaching others belongs to the active 159 2, 179 | shall be like the angels," ~teaching will be possible: even as 160 2, 181 | Church, "is bedecked with the teaching of the ~apostles, the confession 161 2, 183 | at the truth of Christ's teaching, "they are blind, and ~leaders 162 2, 185 | and discipleship, not of ~teaching, authority, or pastoral 163 2, 185 | so also do preaching and teaching. Therefore since ~"the business 164 2, 185 | ecclesiastical duties, whereof teaching and preaching are a ~part. 165 2, 185 | apostolic doctrine and the teaching of all the Fathers, not 166 2, 185 | say they are occupied in teaching and instructing," but: " 167 2, 185 | According to our Lord's teaching men should do no deeds of ~ 168 2, 186 | and discipleship, not of teaching, authority, or pastoral ~ 169 2, 186 | or applying themselves to teaching, or ~giving alms to the 170 2, 186 | one be established for ~teaching the people by preaching 171 2, 186 | profit: and in this case teaching is rightly preferred to ~ 172 2, 186 | of contemplation, such as teaching and ~preaching. Wherefore 173 2, 186 | those which are directed to teaching and preaching, which, ~moreover, 174 2, 186 | one's contemplation ~by teaching and preaching, requires 175 3, 5 | soul. For John ~has said, teaching the mystery of the Incarnation ( 176 3, 12 | acquire knowledge from a man's teaching seems more ~noble than to 177 3, 12 | receive any ~knowledge by the teaching of any man.~Aquin.: SMT 178 3, 12 | creatures and not by man's teaching.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[12] A[ 179 3, 15 | disturbed mind, but of a master teaching."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 180 3, 27 | the use of wisdom as ~to teaching: since this befitted not 181 3, 27 | because at that time the Teaching of Christ ~was to be confirmed 182 3, 35 | and logic to others, ~his teaching is of a different kind in 183 3, 36 | also was ~Balaam, to whose teaching they were heirs; and they 184 3, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The whole teaching and work of John was ordered 185 3, 38 | miracles confirmed both His own teaching and that of ~John. But if 186 3, 38 | A[2], ad 2), the whole teaching and work ~of John was in 187 3, 38 | ways: ~first, by John's teaching, which led men to faith 188 3, 39 | functions of governing or teaching. such as ~Solomon, Daniel, 189 3, 39 | appeared while he was yet teaching and ~baptizing."~Aquin.: 190 3, 39 | with ~which the saints, by teaching and example, feed men who 191 3, 39 | s testimony, so that His teaching might become ~the more credible. 192 3, 40 | a man, by preaching and teaching, delivers to ~others the 193 3, 40 | needing it Himself, but as teaching us . . . And for this did 194 3, 40 | creature is the entire ~teaching of wisdom. The Creator is 195 3, 41 | needing it Himself, but as teaching us."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] 196 3, 42 | written (Mt. 7:29): "He was teaching them as ~one having power." 197 3, 42 | that He bestowed on the ~teaching of His disciples such a 198 3, 42 | Now the power of Christ's teaching is to be considered in the 199 3, 42 | Therefore it seems that, in His ~teaching, Christ should also have 200 3, 42 | the disturbance which His teaching ~occasioned among the Jews, 201 3, 42 | given them offense by His teaching.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 202 3, 42 | hindered the effect of His teaching. Because when ~the people 203 3, 42 | by ~employing parables in teaching them spiritual mysteries 204 3, 42 | done this by putting His ~teaching into writing: for Augustine 205 3, 42 | should be his manner of ~teaching. Consequently it was fitting 206 3, 42 | should adopt that manner of teaching whereby His doctrine is ~ 207 3, 42 | Mt. ~7:29) that "He was teaching them as one having power." 208 3, 42 | orderly manner: Himself ~teaching His disciples immediately, 209 3, 42 | immediately, and they subsequently teaching ~others, by preaching and 210 3, 44 | miracles in ~life and when teaching, than in death: both because, 211 3, 46 | the chair of the Master teaching."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 212 3, 47 | signs and force of His ~teaching, as is stated Jn. 7:31,41, 213 3, 51 | interpretation, saying that "by the teaching of the apostles, Christ 214 3, 51 | hewn out by the ~process of teaching, unpolished and new, untenanted 215 3, 54 | contrary to Paul's ~truthful teaching, then the Lord after His 216 3, 66 | both of baptizing ~and of teaching, when He said (Mt. 28:19): " 217 3, 66 | the practice of heretical teaching let us hold to the single 218 3, 67 | OBJ[1]), the ~duties of teaching and baptizing are enjoined 219 3, 67 | both duties, namely, of teaching and of baptizing, but in ~ 220 3, 67 | committed to them the duty of teaching, ~that they might exercise 221 3, 67 | effect, as they have in teaching, as may be seen from what 222 3, 69 | enlightenment is caused by teaching, according to Eph. ~3:8, 223 3, 69 | enlighten all men," etc. But teaching by the catechism precedes 224 3, 71 | disciples ~to baptize, He made teaching to precede Baptism, saying: " 225 3, 81 | not in keeping with His teaching ~authority to sever Judas, 226 3, 83 | result ~from the aforesaid teaching. But the people are instructed " 227 3, 83 | perfectly" by ~Christ's teaching contained in the Gospel, 228 Suppl, 19| For St. Thomas' later teaching ~on this point, Cf. TP, 229 Suppl, 19| For St. Thomas' later teaching on this point, cf. TP, Q[ 230 Suppl, 29| made known to us by the teaching of the apostles.~Aquin.: 231 Suppl, 37| deacons is made in the ~teaching of Christ and His apostles. 232 Suppl, 37| enlightening, which is effected by teaching, is done by readers as ~ 233 Suppl, 37| Christ (Rm. 1:15). But the teaching of the apostles is entrusted 234 Suppl, 37| them. Therefore the Gospel teaching should be ~also.~Aquin.: 235 Suppl, 56| father in respect of Penance, teaching, pastoral care ~and many 236 Suppl, 65| Now since the rearing and teaching of the children remain a ~ 237 Suppl, 71| the manner of an action as teaching does; for teaching, like 238 Suppl, 71| action as teaching does; for teaching, like any ~other action, 239 Suppl, 72| a man according to the ~teaching of faith, or in all other 240 Suppl, 74| since, according to the teaching of ~faith, the resurrection 241 Suppl, 76| which is ~contrary to the teaching of the Philosopher (De Anima 242 Suppl, 78| according to the Philosopher's teaching, would ~seem to have an 243 Suppl, 79| Further, "Hearing assists teaching" (De Sensu et Sensato i). 244 Suppl, 79| resurrection, will require no teaching by means of ~sensible objects, 245 Suppl, 86| correspond to preaching or teaching. or we may ~reply that, 246 Suppl, 86| same justice; and this ~teaching will be the perfection whereby 247 Suppl, 93| virtue. But preaching or teaching is not the act of a virtue. 248 Suppl, 93| an aureole is not due to teaching or preaching.~Aquin.: SMT 249 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, teaching and preaching are the result 250 Suppl, 93| in the future life for ~teaching and preaching.~Aquin.: SMT 251 Suppl, 93| there is no humiliation in teaching and ~preaching, in fact 252 Suppl, 93| not due to preaching and teaching.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 253 Suppl, 93| is done by preaching and teaching: ~wherefore an aureole is 254 Suppl, 93| is due to preaching and teaching, even as to ~virginity and 255 Suppl, 93| Reply OBJ 1: Preaching and teaching are acts of a virtue, namely 256 Suppl, 93| of study, the practice of teaching comes from the will, which 257 Suppl, 93| that an aureole is ~due to teaching, this is to be understood 258 Suppl, 93| to be understood of the teaching of things ~pertaining to 259 Suppl, 93| pertaining to salvation, by which teaching the devil is expelled from ~ 260 Suppl, 93| virginity, martyrdom, and teaching. Now these three were ~pre-eminently 261 Suppl, 93| Further, an aureole is due to teaching. Now angels teach us by ~ 262 Suppl, 93| virginity, martyrdom or ~teaching, if they do not practice 263 Suppl, 93| faith by preaching and ~teaching, so does he by publishing 264 Suppl, 93| others: this is done by teaching and ~preaching, and consequently 265 Suppl, 93| compiling of writing is a way of teaching.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 266 Suppl, 94| according to ~the Philosopher's teaching, since the soul uses a definite 267 Appen2, 1| preach, ~holding to the teaching of truth, and this is our


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