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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | especially for those who could think of nothing nobler ~than 2 1, 1 | whatsoever we may ~say or think of Him. Thirdly, because 3 1, 7 | self-subsisting, as some think is ~the case with angels, 4 1, 10 | to ~the idea of those who think the movement of the heavens 5 1, 10 | would ~always be, as some think, and even if they might 6 1, 13 | signify something which men think is God; thus it is manifest 7 1, 23 | we are not sufficient to think anything of ~ourselves as 8 1, 24 | of life, inasmuch as ~men think they are written therein, 9 1, 29 | should ever dare to say or think ~anything of the supersubstantial 10 1, 32 | De Trin. i), "Let no man think to reach ~the sacred mystery 11 1, 32 | it. We must not, however, think ~that the trinity of persons 12 1, 32 | and chiefly, that we may think rightly ~concerning the 13 1, 34 | form of truth, it ~does not think, but perfectly contemplates 14 1, 39 | just because some do not ~think them holy. So if some misunderstand { 15 1, 40 | longer remain. Some, however, think, as above noted, that the 16 1, 46 | many ways. For some do not think it impossible for there 17 1, 53 | through the middle: for I can think of France and afterwards 18 1, 63 | false; for one is liable to think that, because a man seeks 19 1, 66 | earth only, lest they should think it to ~be in very truth 20 1, 67 | Para. 2/5 ~Other writers think that the production of spiritual 21 1, 75 | which ~they are unable to think of any nature - i.e. imaginary 22 1, 39 | just because some do not think them holy. So if some misunderstand { 23 1, 40 | longer remain. Some, however, think, as above noted, that the 24 1, 47 | many ways. For some do not think it impossible for there 25 1, 54 | through the middle: for I can think of France and afterwards 26 1, 64 | false; for one is liable to think that, because a man seeks 27 1, 67 | earth only, lest they should think it to ~be in very truth 28 1, 68 | Para. 2/5 ~Other writers think that the production of spiritual 29 1, 74 | which ~they are unable to think of any nature - i.e. imaginary 30 1, 83 | issuing from the ~bodies we think of and entering into our 31 1, 88 | alive; and ~he could not think it possible that she was 32 1, 90 | were perverse enough to think. But by ~these words is 33 1, 92 | without actual thought (for we think everything that we say, 34 1, 92 | that "it does not always think of itself as ~actually distinct 35 1, 102 | OBJ 1: Some are said to think or speak, or act against 36 1, 115 | hearts of the ~faithful to think that fate is anything real."~ 37 2, 1 | number, the reason ~can think of one yet greater. But 38 2, 1 | But man does not always think of the last end in all that 39 2, 2 | yourselves ~eternity, when you think of your fame in future time." 40 2, 2 | anxiety": and further on: "Think you a man is powerful who 41 2, 10 | is in man's power not to think of ~it, and consequently 42 2, 15 | is written (Wis. 1:1): ~"Think of [Sentite] the Lord in 43 2, 15 | lower reason it ~belongs to think. Nevertheless the higher 44 2, 19 | whosoever killeth you, will think that he doth a ~service 45 2, 22 | irrational soul, when we think of good or evil."~Aquin.: 46 2, 32 | it is more pleasant to think of what we know, than to 47 2, 35 | that "it is unfitting to think of certain things." ~Therefore 48 2, 40 | or ~because it makes him think something possible. In the 49 2, 40 | everything that makes man think ~that he can obtain something: 50 2, 40 | because just as it makes a man think possible ~what he had previously 51 2, 40 | as experience makes them think something impossible. Hence 52 2, 40 | own estimation, for they think that ~they will steadily 53 2, 40 | that is, in so far as we think that he returns our love. ~ 54 2, 42 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we think less about things that happen 55 2, 42 | suddenly. But the ~more we think about a thing, the more 56 2, 45 | again through making a man think greatly ~of himself.~Aquin.: 57 2, 45 | courageous, because they think that God comes to the ~assistance 58 2, 47 | a man simply because we think him ~such."~Aquin.: SMT 59 2, 47 | angry "when ~we suffer, or think that we are suffering, an 60 2, 47 | are not angry - if they think they have wronged some one 61 2, 47 | us on purpose. For ~if we think that some one has done us 62 2, 47 | excellence: ~because "men think little of things that are 63 2, 47 | esteem, for the more we think of ~a thing the more is 64 2, 47 | suspicion; but ~if they think they excel in those points, 65 2, 47 | despise, but rather to think much of those before whom 66 2, 64 | there is truth in what we think or ~say, according as the 67 2, 71 | to go to church, does not think of going or not going to 68 2, 72 | moment of sinning it ~can think of nothing else": whereas 69 2, 74 | since man does not ~always think about Divine things, whenever 70 2, 78 | to ~use the habit, and to think of something else, by means 71 2, 89 | to ~be so mistaken as to think that what he had done was 72 2, 89 | How much more, do you think, he ~deserveth worse punishments . . . 73 2, 89 | that occurs to a man to think about then, is to deliberate ~ 74 2, 89 | who has discretion, is to think ~of himself, and to direct 75 2, 94 | regards, does not ~always think about the natural law. Therefore 76 2, 100 | apparent benefit which ~they think they can get by entering 77 2, 102 | it was his duty ever to think of their ~welfare, since 78 2, 105 | who would have been sad to think that his ~estate would pass 79 2, 106 | witnesses. How much more, do you think, he deserveth worse punishments, ~ 80 2, 108 | of these promises, as to think that we ought ~to serve 81 2, 109 | that we are sufficient to think anything of ourselves, as 82 2, 109 | understand anything is to ~think, as is clear from Augustine ( 83 2, 109 | nothing good when they either think or wish or ~love or act."~ 84 2, 109 | enlighten thee," we ~are not to think that the complete rising 85 2, 111 | that a man may not merely think aright of Divine ~things, 86 2, 113 | seem that a man ought to think on every article of faith 87 2, 113 | against sin, ~he ought to think of all his sins. But this 88 2, 1 | to know one ~thing and to think another: and, in like manner, 89 2, 2 | Whether to believe is to think with assent?~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 2 | that to believe is not to think with assent. ~Because the 91 2, 2 | research, for ~"cogitare" [to think] seems to be equivalent 92 2, 2 | on ~(Q[4], A[2]). Now to think is an act of the cogitative 93 2, 2 | Therefore to believe is not to think with assent.~Aquin.: SMT 94 2, 2 | 1/2 ~I answer that, "To think" can be taken in three ways. 95 2, 2 | thinking." Secondly, "to think" is ~more strictly taken 96 2, 2 | part, hence it is that "to think" is taken secondly for an 97 2, 2 | 2/2~Accordingly, if "to think" be understood broadly according 98 2, 2 | the first ~sense, then "to think with assent," does not express 99 2, 2 | on the other hand, "to think" be understood in the second 100 2, 2 | proper to the believer to think with assent: so that the 101 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: "To think" is not taken here for the 102 2, 2 | of the simple ones, who think that the learned ~believe 103 2, 10 | How much more, ~do you think, he deserveth worse punishments, 104 2, 11 | when rebuked that they may think soundly and ~rightly, offer 105 2, 11 | faith is in dispute, ~I think, that all our brethren and 106 2, 12 | perjurer does not say or think something false about God, 107 2, 12 | of punishment which they think they can escape: whereas, 108 2, 13 | Archon. i, 3): "I do not ~think that anyone who stands on 109 2, 19 | of sorrow does not easily think of great and joyful things, 110 2, 20 | desire a thing very much, we think we can easily procure it 111 2, 23 | life, it is impossible to think always ~actually of God, 112 2, 23 | perfection, is satiated, I do not think that he will become empty 113 2, 24 | nature, and, this way all think themselves to be what they ~ 114 2, 24 | In this way, all do not ~think themselves to be what they 115 2, 24 | wherefore in this way they think themselves to be what they 116 2, 24 | aright, but love what they ~think themselves to be. But the 117 2, 24 | self-love, in so far as they ~think themselves good. Yet such 118 2, 28 | and so ~far powerful as to think themselves in no danger 119 2, 28 | things. Hence they make a man think that he is going to ~suffer 120 2, 28 | they despise others, and think them wicked, so that they ~ 121 2, 30 | future, for this would ~be to think about the morrow, which 122 2, 31 | one fears what people may think, or lest one may suffer 123 2, 31 | oneself." But one ought not to think better of oneself than of 124 2, 31 | object?' Out of charity, think you, that you may save ~ 125 2, 31 | fault with anyone, we should think whether we were never guilty ~ 126 2, 33 | of spiritual fruit, and think that other monasteries and 127 2, 33 | humility if a man does not think too much ~of himself, through 128 2, 33 | Accordingly we ought to think much of the goods of others, 129 2, 33 | sloth, because the more we think about spiritual goods, the 130 2, 34 | envy those only whom we think better in some respect than ~ 131 2, 53 | in the heart of them that think evil things." But the thought 132 2, 58 | wickedness, he is prone to think evil of ~others, according 133 2, 58 | by slight ~indications to think evil of him, because everyone 134 2, 64 | themselves ~from the Church, they think that those who enjoy the 135 2, 64 | adhere to sensible things think more of external ~strength 136 2, 70 | in so far as those who think ~themselves to excel, are 137 2, 71 | man, he would appear to think little ~of him, so that 138 2, 73 | just ~as we are wont to think little of the defects of 139 2, 73 | him altogether, and ~to think him so despicable that his 140 2, 79 | 3:6, "In all thy ways think on Him." According to Augustine ( 141 2, 81 | Caten. Aur. on Lk. 18]: "Think ~what happiness is granted 142 2, 81 | be able to know what we think or ~say. Wherefore we do 143 2, 81 | matter how we express them or think of them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 144 2, 87 | the ~Gospels. To those who think thus, it must be said: Nonsense! 145 2, 89 | who hear ~him praised, to think well of him, to reverence 146 2, 107 | forbear, lest any man should think of me above that ~which 147 2, 107 | repugnant to prudence ~to think or boast that one has what 148 2, 107 | what one has not, than to think or say ~that one has not 149 2, 110 | forbear lest any man should think of me above that ~which 150 2, 110 | of self above what others think of one: ~although in either 151 2, 116 | are those who, when ~they think that they lack the needful 152 2, 121 | practice in the use of arms, ~think little of the dangers of 153 2, 121 | says: "Although not a few think that the business of war 154 2, 121 | befell ~me because I did not think it could possibly happen." 155 2, 121 | the brave man chooses to think ~beforehand of the dangers 156 2, 127 | honor, yet not so as to think much of the ~honor accorded 157 2, 127 | hand, ~humility makes a man think little of himself in consideration 158 2, 127 | gifts: since he does not think so much of others as ~to 159 2, 127 | that we are sufficient to think anything of ourselves, ~ 160 2, 127 | inasmuch as ~he does not think them so great as to be bound 161 2, 127 | OBJ 3: If a man does not think much of a thing, he is neither 162 2, 127 | magnanimous man does not think much of external goods, 163 2, 128 | that we are ~sufficient to think anything of ourselves, as 164 2, 128 | man cannot lawfully even think of ~anything good: which 165 2, 128 | sense." Hence since we can ~think and do good by the help 166 2, 130 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To think so much of little things 167 2, 142 | of sin, because we do not think that they look upon ~our 168 2, 142 | they do ~by making many think ill of us.~Aquin.: SMT SS 169 2, 150 | And he adds: "Nobody, I think, would be so foolish as 170 2, 150 | the married life have to think "on the things of the world," 171 2, 159 | but we ~should in truth think it possible for another 172 2, 159 | Poenit. ~[*Serm. cccli]): "Think not that he who humbles 173 2, 159 | all"; the seventh ~is "to think oneself worthless and unprofitable 174 2, 159 | that we are sufficient to think anything of ourselves as 175 2, 160 | itself; either when they ~think that their good is from 176 2, 160 | be ~from above, yet they think that it is due to their 177 2, 160 | degree of humility is "to think ~oneself worthless and unprofitable 178 2, 161 | Peri Archon i, 3]: "I think that a man ~who stands on 179 2, 165 | begotten, that one would think they dwelt in the very heavens 180 2, 166 | wisdom ~so that no one will think you rude, or despise you 181 2, 167 | Ev.): "There are some who think that attention to finery 182 2, 167 | wishful to ~marry, should think how they may please God: 183 2, 167 | God: whereas the others think on ~the things of the world, 184 2, 167 | Cor. 12:23), "such as we think to be the less honorable ~ 185 2, 169 | accustomed to prophesying, ~and think they are speaking by the 186 2, 171 | prophet's mind is moved to think or apprehend a thing, sometimes 187 2, 171 | moved by the Holy Ghost ~to think something, or signify something 188 2, 173 | he was unable wholly to think over or express in words.~ 189 2, 174 | since perchance they might ~think those who speak in tongues 190 2, 182 | must not be allowed to think that they may easily ~be 191 2, 183 | Now it is presumptuous to think oneself perfect, but it 192 2, 186 | Musica vi, 17: "Whilst we think that we ~should not overlook 193 2, 186 | thus: "It is enough that we think ~of the present; the future 194 3, 1 | He cometh, shall ~He find think you, faith on earth?"~Aquin.: 195 3, 3 | distinct because all we can think ~of in God is considered 196 3, 15 | Trin. x): "I ask those who think thus, ~does it stand to 197 3, 20 | foolish, or rather impious, to think or say this." And Damascene 198 3, 21 | Be not deceived, nor think ~that the Son of God prays 199 3, 29 | from the devil, who would think Him to be ~begotten not 200 3, 30 | being humble, she did not think such high things ~of herself. 201 3, 30 | to her, for she did not think so highly of ~herself. Wherefore 202 3, 36 | the error of those ~who think that man's birth is influenced 203 3, 36 | the error of those who "think ~there is a connection between 204 3, 37 | the Law. "For we must not ~think," says Origen (Hom. xiv 205 3, 38 | been baptized, ~"men would think that he was moved by jealousy 206 3, 40 | written (Mt. 5:17): "Do not think that I am come ~to destroy 207 3, 41 | none, however holy, may think ~himself safe or free from 208 3, 41 | to come, yet he did not think that He had come in ~the 209 3, 42 | everyone, ~the world itself, I think, would not be able to contain 210 3, 44 | to come, yet he did not think that ~He had come in the 211 3, 46 | sacrifice, and ~lest you might think He was offered for that 212 3, 53 | Augustine ~would seem to think that they rose to die again. 213 3, 57 | 9. And lest any man may think that Christ was not bodily 214 3, 59 | xxxix in Joan.) seems to think that ~judiciary power belongs 215 3, 64 | begins unintentionally to think ~of other things, according 216 3, 66 | solemnity, some might easily think ~it to be an ordinary washing.~ 217 3, 68 | How much ~more, do you think, he deserveth worse punishments, 218 3, 68 | sacrament. Yet even if he ~think not aright concerning this 219 3, 68 | their reason so far as to think about their salvation, and 220 3, 69 | grace, but because they think it to be a remedy whereby ~ 221 3, 72 | John's Baptism, as some think; or with Christ's, which 222 3, 76 | and, in this case some think that it is the ~proper species 223 3, 76 | which it would be wicked to think of Christ ~under His proper 224 3, 80 | the other Christians. I think ~that it is beseeming neither 225 3, 80 | whatever, as when one has to think of such things on account 226 3, 81 | Christ's body then, as some think ~who read carelessly." Therefore 227 3, 83 | remember that they are to think of nothing else but God."~ 228 3, 83 | necessary for the sacrament, I think that he ought not ~to repeat 229 3, 84 | Some are to be found who ~think they ought often to do penance, 230 3, 84 | penitent, they would not think of doing penance over ~again, 231 3, 87 | even though he were ~not to think of it actually: and this 232 Suppl, 2 | own free-will, a man can think about past and necessary ~ 233 Suppl, 2 | instantaneous: whereas a man cannot think of every mortal sin in an ~ 234 Suppl, 8 | How much more, do you think, he deserveth worse punishments," 235 Suppl, 10| confession, although he ~may think so on account of certain 236 Suppl, 25| often more in debt than they think.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 237 Suppl, 33| 1~Reply OBJ 2: What men think to be extreme is not always 238 Suppl, 33| to those whose death men think to ~be nigh.~Aquin.: SMT 239 Suppl, 35| is not baptized, and yet think ~with probability that he 240 Suppl, 43| of some, although others think ~differently on account 241 Suppl, 55| they, one is inclined to think, would be willing for the 242 Suppl, 61| thirdly, lest the husband think little of a gift he has 243 Suppl, 65| consequently they did not think it wrong to have intercourse ~ 244 Suppl, 70| keen intelligence, would ~think it possible for a corporeal 245 Suppl, 72| to appear the wicked will think themselves to be ~in peace 246 Suppl, 74| in these words: "I do not think that the occurrences in 247 Suppl, 74| persecutions, although those ~who think so have shown nicety and 248 Suppl, 79| praise (though indeed some ~think otherwise), and in the blessed 249 Suppl, 86| know for certain. ~Yet I think it truer to say that just 250 Suppl, 89| has become carnal cannot think but ~of things received 251 Suppl, 94| earth's surface; others think it to be beneath the earth." 252 Suppl, 95| life?~(8) Whether they ever think of God?~(9) Whether they 253 Suppl, 95| Whether the damned will ever think of God?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 254 Suppl, 95| the damned will sometimes think of God. For ~one cannot 255 Suppl, 95| thing actually, except one think about it. Now the ~damned 256 Suppl, 95| Distinction. Therefore they will think of God sometimes.~Aquin.: 257 Suppl, 95| Therefore they ~will sometimes think of God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 258 Suppl, 95| Therefore they will not think of God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 259 Suppl, 95| 1~I answer that, one may think of God in two ways. First, 260 Suppl, 95| altogether impossible to think of Him ~without delight, 261 Suppl, 95| damned will by no means think of Him in this ~way. Secondly, 262 Suppl, 95| this way the damned will ~think of God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 263 Suppl, 95| consequently they will ~think of Him only as punishing 264 Appen1, 2| light sins, lest we should think that we ~shall suffer nothing


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