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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | says Dionysius ~(Div. Nom. ix), by the depth of God is 2 1, 4 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ix), when Holy Writ declares ~ 3 1, 4 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ix): "A mutual likeness may 4 1, 14 | actuality, as said in Metaph. ~ix. Now the power of God in 5 1, 14 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. ix). Now it is manifest that 6 1, 15 | Thus Aristotle (Metaph. ix) rejects the opinion ~of 7 1, 18 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 9) ~that to live is principally 8 1, 18 | operator. For he says (Ethic. ix, 9) that to live ~is to 9 1, 18 | 1: As stated in Metaph. ix, 16, action is twofold. 10 1, 33 | way, Hilary says (De Trin. ix): ~"By authority of the 11 1, 34 | according to Augustine (De Trin. ix, 10), "The Word is ~knowledge 12 1, 38 | as Hilary ~says (De Trin. ix). Therefore "Gift" is not 13 1, 42 | Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. ix): "Equality and likeness 14 1, 42 | and by ~Hilary (De Trin. ix): "By the fact of giving, 15 1, 42 | Hilary says (De ~Trin. ix), "The unity of the divine 16 1, 43 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix 10): "The ~Word we speak 17 1, 46 | appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 54 | For as it is said (Metaph. ix, text. 16), ~there is a 19 1, 58 | as is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; for either they 20 1, 59 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 21 1, 60 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8): "Love for others ~comes 22 1, 60 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8). Therefore one ~angel 23 1, 63 | the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), because the 24 1, 64 | Augustine says ~(De Civ. Dei ix, 21); but not in the same 25 1, 64 | Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ix, 21), "It was not manifested ~ 26 1, 74 | to Augustine (De Civ. Dei ix, 33), by the heaven ~is 27 1, 75 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 8), a thing seems ~to be 28 1, 75 | written ~Metaph. x (Did. ix, 4). The same would follow 29 1, 76 | Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). But the ~sensitive 30 1, 77 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 4), that "mind, knowledge, 31 1, 77 | other things" (De Trin. ix, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 32 1, 38 | as Hilary ~says (De Trin. ix). Therefore "Gift" is not 33 1, 42 | Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. ix): "Equality and likeness 34 1, 42 | and by ~Hilary (De Trin. ix): "By the fact of giving, 35 1, 42 | Hilary says (De ~Trin. ix), "The unity of the divine 36 1, 43 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix 10): "The ~Word we speak 37 1, 47 | appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP 38 1, 55 | For as it is said (Metaph. ix, text. 16), ~there is a 39 1, 59 | as is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; for either they 40 1, 60 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 41 1, 61 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8): "Love for others ~comes 42 1, 61 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8). Therefore one ~angel 43 1, 64 | the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), because the 44 1, 65 | Augustine says ~(De Civ. Dei ix, 21); but not in the same 45 1, 65 | Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ix, 21), "It was not manifested ~ 46 1, 73 | to Augustine (De Civ. Dei ix, 33), by the heaven ~is 47 1, 74 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 8), a thing seems ~to be 48 1, 74 | written ~Metaph. x (Did. ix, 4). The same would follow 49 1, 75 | Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). But the ~sensitive 50 1, 76 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 4), that "mind, knowledge, 51 1, 76 | other things" (De Trin. ix, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] 52 1, 78 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 2): "Mind and spirit are 53 1, 78 | spirit and essence (De Trin. ix, 2; xiv, ~16).~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 81 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 14) that "animals are moved 55 1, 83 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 3) that "the mind gathers ~ 56 1, 83 | act, as is shown Metaph. ix ~(Did. viii, 9): wherefore 57 1, 84 | twofold action (Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8), one which 58 1, 84 | its correlative" (Categor. ix). ~Therefore the universals 59 1, 84 | them, as is said ~Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 10.~Aquin.: 60 1, 84 | is said Metaph. x, Did. ix, 6. ~Therefore our intellect 61 1, 84 | stated in Metaph. x, Did. ~ix, 1. And the reason of this 62 1, 86 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 3), that "the mind knows ~ 63 1, 86 | in potentiality (Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 9): for a thing ~ 64 1, 86 | Augustine says (De Trin. ~ix, 6): "We gaze on the inviolable 65 1, 86 | act, as is said Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8. ~Therefore 66 1, 87 | For Augustine (De ~Trin. ix, 3) says: "As the mind itself 67 1, 88 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 3), "our mind acquires 68 1, 91 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ~ix, 15). Therefore it was not 69 1, 91 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 15), we do not know ~whether 70 1, 91 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 18): "The first ~creation 71 1, 92 | De decem ~Chordis (Serm. ix, al, xcvi, De Tempore).~ 72 1, 92 | Further, Augustine (De Trin. ix, 4) assigns God's image 73 1, 92 | Augustine mentions (De Trin. ix, 4), and which consists 74 1, 95 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 14), ~that the animals 75 1, 96 | Philosopher says (Metaph. x, Did. ix, 10). But there can be no ~ 76 1, 97 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 4), our first parents ~ 77 1, 104 | matter; as stated in ~Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8. But the action 78 1, 105 | Peter Lombard, Sent. ii, D, ix; Cf. Gregory, ~Hom. xxxiv, 79 1, 107 | individually" (Sent. ii, D, ix). Therefore there are not ~ 80 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. ~Hier. ix) that the name of "Principalities" 81 1, 107 | to Dionysius (Coel. Hier. ix), ~are between the "Principalities" 82 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ix).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] 83 1, 112 | Dionysius ~(Coel. Hier. v, ix).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 84 1, 114 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 4). ~Therefore no bodies 85 2, 3 | 3: As stated in Metaph. ix, 7 action is twofold. One 86 2, 3 | him," according to Ethic. ix, 8, and x, 7, ~therefore 87 2, 4 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 9), not, indeed, to make 88 2, 8 | the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, 2). But the will is a rational ~ 89 2, 10 | the Philosopher ~(Metaph. ix, 2) are directed to opposites. 90 2, 13 | the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, 2) stands in relation to 91 2, 18 | good, as stated in Metaph. ix, 9. Therefore ~nothing acts 92 2, 19 | Augustine says (Confess. ix, 3) that God rewards the ~ 93 2, 22 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 4) that "the movement ~ 94 2, 22 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5): "The holy angels feel 95 2, 24 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 4) that "some call the 96 2, 24 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5). Therefore it is better ~ 97 2, 24 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5) that "the passion of ~ 98 2, 24 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5) that "pity is a kind ~ 99 2, 27 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 5,12) says ~that bodily 100 2, 28 | s "other self" (Ethic. ~ix, 4), and Augustine says ( 101 2, 28 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 3 ~and Rhet. ii, 4). Consequently 102 2, 31 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei ix, 2; xiv, 5 seqq) reckons ~ 103 2, 35 | Philosopher too says (Ethic. ix, ~4) that, on the other 104 2, 38 | since, as stated in Ethic. ix, 4, "the wicked man ~feels 105 2, 38 | one's other self" (Ethic. ~ix, 4,9). But sorrow is an 106 2, 38 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 11) that those who are ~ 107 2, 38 | twofold reason (Ethic. ix, 11). The first is because, 108 2, 38 | Augustine says (Confess. ix, 12): "I had heard that 109 2, 40 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 14) that "animals are ~ 110 2, 42 | Epistle of John (Tract. ix), that "by ~chaste fear 111 2, 42 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. ix, 4): and the ~Apostle says ( 112 2, 43 | epistle of John (Tract. ix). Therefore ~fear is the 113 2, 50 | Metaph. vii, text. 17; ix, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT FS 114 2, 55 | Lib. Arb. ii) [*Retract. ix; cf. De ~Lib. Arb. ii, 19] 115 2, 57 | differ, as stated in Metaph. ix, text. ~16, in that "making" 116 2, 59 | Augustine states in De Civ. Dei ~ix, 5. Therefore a passion 117 2, 59 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5). But if by ~pity we 118 2, 59 | Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei ix, 4). For the Stoics held 119 2, 59 | Augustine says (De Civ. ~Dei ix, 4), maintained that the 120 2, 59 | Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ix, 4), was one of ~words rather 121 2, 59 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei ~ix, 4), "it is not in our power 122 2, 67 | love, as stated in Ethic. ix, 5: and the ~more perfectly 123 2, 69 | says of the wicked (Ethic. ix, 4) that "their soul is ~ 124 2, 71 | power, as stated in ~Metaph. ix, 19. For it is better to 125 2, 72 | Philosopher proves (Metaph. ix, text. 15,16), and consequently 126 2, 74 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8). ~Therefore the movement 127 2, 77 | like another self (Ethic. ix): wherefore the ~sin which 128 2, 78 | full of remorse" (Ethic. ix, 4). ~Therefore sins that 129 2, 81 | Pecc. Merit. et ~Remiss. ix; Contra Julian. iii, 1; 130 2, 98 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ix) that many of the ~Gentiles 131 2, 99 | OBJ 3: As stated in Ethic. ix, 8, "friendship towards 132 2, 106 | Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 8). Now that which is ~ 133 2, 2 | Philosopher observes ~(Metaph. ix, text. 22) "to know simple 134 2, 2 | Dionysius states (Coel. Hier. ix). Now it would seem that ~ 135 2, 11 | abolendam (De Haereticis, cap. ix) says ~that "those who are 136 2, 16 | primam canon. Joan. Tract. ix), so too, ~hope leads to 137 2, 18 | prim. canon. Joan. Tract. ix) says that ~there are two 138 2, 18 | prim. canon. Joan. Tract. ix) that "when charity takes ~ 139 2, 18 | prim. canon. Joan. ~Tract. ix). Therefore initial fear 140 2, 18 | Augustine states (Tract. ix in Ep. i Joan.). Or else, 141 2, 18 | prim. canon. Joan. Tract. ix): "The more charity ~increases, 142 2, 18 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ix) "the same things are both ~ 143 2, 23 | saying of Augustine ~(Tract. ix in prim. canon. Joan.): " 144 2, 24 | hence we read in ~Ethic. ix, 4,8, that "the origin of 145 2, 24 | Philosopher observes (Ethic. ix, 3), when our ~friends fall 146 2, 25 | seeing, according to Ethic. ix, 5,12. Now God is less ~ 147 2, 25 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8) that "a man's ~friendly 148 2, 25 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 8) a thing seems ~to be 149 2, 25 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 2) that "it is our duty 150 2, 25 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. ix, 7) that "mothers have greater 151 2, 25 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 7), that "benefactors ~ 152 2, 25 | Philosopher proves (Ethic. ix, 7) by four ~arguments. 153 2, 26 | pertaining to ~friendship (Ethic. ix, 4), the first of which 154 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 5) that "goodwill is ~neither 155 2, 26 | a passion, says (Ethic. ix, 5) that goodwill does not ~ 156 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 5) that "goodwill ~is a 157 2, 26 | prim. canon. Joan. Tract. ix). Now ~hope looks forward 158 2, 28 | the same things" (Ethic. ix, 4), and Tully says (De 159 2, 28 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 6) friends need not ~agree 160 2, 28 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5), mercy is heartfelt ~ 161 2, 28 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 4) reckons "grieving with 162 2, 28 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5): "Cicero in praising ~ 163 2, 28 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5) that "this movement 164 2, 29 | acts of friendship (Ethic. ~ix, 1) "doing good," i.e. being 165 2, 29 | Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 2), it ~is impossible to 166 2, 30 | Gregory says (Nom. in Evang. ix): "Let him that hath ~understanding 167 2, 37 | cf. Can. ~Ordinationes, ix, qu. 1] says: "We command 168 2, 42 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 8) "the origin ~of our 169 2, 52 | gloss ~of Gregory [*Moral. ix. 34] on Job 9:28, "I feared 170 2, 56 | the Philosopher (Metaph. ix) ~[*Didot ed., viii, 8]. 171 2, 56 | in Metaph. x [*Didot ed., ix, 5; Cf. Ethic. v, 4]: wherefore ~ 172 2, 62 | exist," according to Ethic. ix, 4. Therefore it is ~nowise 173 2, 69 | Gregory says in a homily (ix in Evang.): "Let him that ~ 174 2, 70 | Hence Gregory says (Hom. ix, Super Ezech.): "Those who 175 2, 71 | for Gregory says (Hom. ix, super Ezech): "Just as 176 2, 77 | Metaph. ~x [*Didot. ed. ix, 4]. Wherefore a thing is 177 2, 78 | describes it in Ethic. ~viii and ix. In this sense three things 178 2, 80 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 12; xv, 23) that ~"the 179 2, 81 | Conferences of the Fathers" (ix, cap. 11, seqq.) we read: ~" 180 2, 89 | Augustine relates (Confess. ix).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[91] A[ 181 2, 89 | says of ~himself (Confess. ix, 6): "I wept in Thy hymns 182 2, 90 | says (De Decem Chord. Serm. ix): "Thou ~strikest the first 183 2, 101 | Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 2). Since this difference 184 2, 104 | Philosopher (Ethic. viii, ~13; ix, 1). Now friendship is associated 185 2, 104 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, ~3).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] 186 2, 120 | Augustine says (De decem chord. ix) that "the first ~precept 187 2, 149 | De Decem Chord. [*Serm. ix de ~Tempore]): "Whereas 188 2, 149 | are, as stated in Ethic. ix, 4,5: and it is evident 189 2, 150 | Augustine says (De Virgin. ix): ~"It must be confessed 190 2, 151 | Decem. ~Chord. 10 [*Serm. ix (xcvi de Temp.)]): "God 191 2, 152 | instances a horse (De Animal. ix, ~47) which covered its 192 2, 156 | Augustine inclines (De Civ. Dei ix, ~4), anger and the other 193 2, 161 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ~ix): "The same things are like 194 2, 161 | Decem Chordis 3 [*Serm. ix; xcvi de ~Temp.]): "If the 195 2, 164 | in ~this sense (Ethic. ix, 4,8,9). [*In the same sense 196 2, 166 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 10): "We should make few 197 2, 171 | Augustine says (De Trin. ix, 7) that "in that eternal ~ 198 2, 171 | Augustine says (De ~Trin. ix, 11) that "the soul possesses 199 2, 177 | with his friends" (Ethic. ix, 12).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[179] 200 2, 181 | the civil law [*Dig. I, IX, De Senatoribus] (Lib. Cassius 201 2, 181 | else according to Metaph. ix, text. 16 [*Ed. ~Did. viii, 202 2, 182 | Super Canonic. Joan. Tract. ix). But the ~beginning of 203 2, 184 | as ~Chrysostom says (Hom. ix in Ep. ad Hebr.) "is a most 204 2, 186 | says (De Vita Contempl. ix) and his words are quoted ( 205 2, 187 | bishop Siagrius ~[*Regist. ix, Ep. 106], "order should 206 2, 187 | convertible" [*Categor. ix], since whoever keeps the 207 3, 1 | his book (De Perseverantia ix), says: "How can ~we say 208 3, 7 | Augustine says (In Joan. Tract. ix). But ~Christ did not fear 209 3, 10 | because, as is said Metaph. ix, ~20, everything is known 210 3, 18 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 4) ~that one mark of friendship 211 3, 22 | Dionysius explains (Coel. Hier. ~ix), so that the priest himself, 212 3, 25 | principal in him [*Cf. ~Ethic. ix, 8]. But since Christ's 213 3, 26 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 13,15). ~Therefore it is 214 3, 26 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 13), ~cannot rightly be 215 3, 26 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix, 15): "Not because He is ~ 216 3, 28 | of Ephesus (P. III, Cap. ix) ~it is said: "After giving 217 3, 28 | Jerome says (Contra Helvid. ix), ~is rather to be believed 218 3, 30 | Feast of Purification B.V.M. ix Resp. Brev. ~O.P.]. Therefore 219 3, 33 | the ~Philosopher (Metaph. ix). But Christ's body is something 220 3, 34 | Trinity (Gregory: ~Regist. ix, Ep. 61): "As soon as the 221 3, 35 | Ephesus [*P. iii, ~cap. ix]: "If He had chosen the 222 3, 40 | Council of Ephesus (P. iii, c. ix) we read: "He chose all 223 3, 41 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix): "Christ was known to ~ 224 3, 44 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ix): "Christ was known to ~ 225 3, 50 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix) that "each man is his ~ 226 3, 52 | Augustine says (De Poenit. ix), those whom Christ ~healed 227 3, 53 | for the Assumption [*Ep. ix ~ad Paul. et Eustoch.; among 228 3, 64 | Dionysius says (Coel. ~Hier. ix). Therefore, since men can 229 3, 70 | De Vera et Falsa Poenit. ix). But we read ~nowhere of 230 3, 72 | Summa Theol. P. IV, Q. IX; St. ~Bonaventure, Sent. 231 3, 74 | De Officiis (De Mysteriis ix): ~"Before the blessing 232 3, 75 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. ix), He promises us His bodily 233 3, 75 | De Officiis (De Myster. ix): "Before the ~blessing 234 3, 84 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. ix, 4). ~Therefore a penitent 235 3, 84 | Philosopher speaks in Ethic. ix. Secondly, we may speak 236 Suppl, 2 | Jerome says (Super Marc. ~ix, 28). But contrition is 237 Suppl, 8 | quoted in the text (Sent. ix, D, ~17): for he says in 238 Suppl, 8 | law (Can. Nullus primas ix, Q[2]; ~Can. Si quis episcoporum 239 Suppl, 14| Philosopher states (Ethic. ix, 1,3). ~Now in satisfaction 240 Suppl, 16| Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 4) that "evil men are ~ 241 Suppl, 42| Viduit. viii; Gen. ad lit. ix, 7) that ~"matrimony affords 242 Suppl, 44| as Isidore says (Etym. ix), because it makes a woman 243 Suppl, 48| Augustine (De Bono Viduit ix)] says that "for those who ~ 244 Suppl, 49| without stain" ~(Gen. ad lit. ix). In like manner neither 245 Suppl, 49| Augustine (De Bono Conjug. ix), marriage is a ~good of 246 Suppl, 51| to Augustine (De ~Trin. ix, 11). Therefore ignorance 247 Suppl, 53| Augustine, De Bono Viduit, ix] "for those ~who vow virginity 248 Suppl, 54| as Isidore says (Etym. ix). Consequently in defining ~ 249 Suppl, 54| Philosopher attests (De Animal. ix, 47) concerning the camel ~ 250 Suppl, 58| than man does (De Animal. ix); hence there is no parallel 251 Suppl, 69| from Augustine ~(Confess. ix, 3) who, speaking of Nebridius, 252 Suppl, 71| according to Gregory (Moral. ix) a ~man suffers more or 253 Suppl, 83| Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 9), "Life ~is pleasant 254 Suppl, 89| its potentiality ~(Met. ix): in proof of which an intelligible 255 Suppl, 93| according to Gregory (Moral. ix [*Cf. St. Augustine, De ~ 256 Suppl, 93| Philosopher says (Metaph., lib. ix, 3). Therefore an aureole 257 Suppl, 93| Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch. ix]) speaking of virginity ~ 258 Suppl, 94| Gregory says ~(Moral. ix): "Although that fire will 259 Suppl, 94| words ~Gregory says (Moral. ix): If this fire gave any 260 Suppl, 94| reason Avicenna himself (Met. ix) added another explanation, 261 Suppl, 95| Gratia et Libero Arbitrio ix] that "the damned ever consent 262 Suppl, 95| Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 4) that "the wicked are 263 Suppl, 95| Philosopher says ~(Ethic. ix, 4), but absolutely.~Aquin.: 264 Suppl, 95| Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 4). Hence the ~damned will


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