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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | superadded to ~it, this cannot apply to absolute being: thus 2 1, 3 | actuality; but this does not apply to God; for ~either one 3 1, 11 | imperfection, which cannot ~apply to God. Therefore God is 4 1, 12 | similitude; but this does ~not apply to the present question, 5 1, 13 | For all names ~which we apply to God are taken from creatures; 6 1, 13 | not properly and strictly apply to ~God; for their mode 7 1, 13 | things; whereas when we ~apply to it God, we do not mean 8 1, 13 | sense, the same rule would apply if they were spoken of God ~ 9 1, 13 | goodness. Hence "good" would apply primarily to ~creatures 10 1, 13 | The same rule does not apply to metaphorical and to other ~ 11 1, 13 | white. But to ~make does no apply to God. Therefore nothing 12 1, 13 | images, the same ~rules apply to names we impose to signify 13 1, 14 | forasmuch as no one can apply a thing to another unless 14 1, 14 | singular. The same would apply to the ~knowledge of the 15 1, 26 | 9). But reward does not apply to ~God; as neither does 16 1, 27 | whereas the ~same does not apply to others. Therefore the 17 1, 27 | outward, and this does not ~apply to other natures.~Aquin.: 18 1, 28 | understood. ~This does not apply to God, inasmuch as He understands 19 1, 29 | eyes." This, however, can ~apply to God only in a metaphorical 20 1, 29 | word "hypostasis" ~does not apply to God, since, as Boethius 21 1, 29 | as given above, ~does not apply to God. Both because reason 22 1, 29 | knowledge, which does not apply to God, as we proved above ( 23 1, 29 | word "hypostasis" does not apply to God as regards its ~source 24 1, 30 | three; but this does not apply to God, because the ~Father 25 1, 31 | But such a word does not apply to God; as the unity ~of 26 1, 31 | word "trinity" does not apply ~to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 31 | difference" does not properly apply to ~God, as appears from 28 1, 33 | But generation appears to apply to creatures ~before God; 29 1, 34 | thought" does not properly apply to ~the Word of God. For 30 1, 36 | little matter; hence we apply this term to all immaterial 31 1, 37 | us, we ~have been able to apply more suitable names to express 32 1, 39 | plural. We, however, do ~not apply the plural either to "God" 33 1, 39 | would be understood ~to apply to the substantive God; 34 1, 41 | name of filiation would not apply except by a kind of ~similitude. 35 1, 43 | another. But this does not apply to a divine person, Who 36 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost does not apply to the ~imaginary vision 37 1, 43 | be sent in ~God does not apply to each person, but only 38 1, 47 | OBJ 2: This reason would apply to the representation which ~ 39 1, 53 | and in the ~same instant apply himself to the whole of 40 1, 53 | is under his control ~to apply himself to a place just 41 1, 63 | the body; which does not apply to the demons. So it is 42 1, 65 | movement), are intended to ~apply to visible things in so 43 1, 65 | demerit. But this ~does not apply to things as at first instituted. 44 1, 76 | for "before" and "after" apply by comparison to some beginning. ~ 45 1, 76 | kind of ~totality does not apply to forms, except perhaps 46 1, 37 | us, we ~have been able to apply more suitable names to express 47 1, 39 | plural. We, however, do ~not apply the plural either to "God" 48 1, 39 | would be understood ~to apply to the substantive God; 49 1, 41 | name of filiation would not apply except by a kind of ~similitude. 50 1, 43 | another. But this does not apply to a divine person, Who 51 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost does not apply to the ~imaginary vision 52 1, 43 | be sent in ~God does not apply to each person, but only 53 1, 48 | OBJ 2: This reason would apply to the representation which ~ 54 1, 54 | and in the ~same instant apply himself to the whole of 55 1, 54 | is under his control ~to apply himself to a place just 56 1, 64 | the body; which does not apply to the demons. So it is 57 1, 66 | movement), are intended to ~apply to visible things in so 58 1, 66 | demerit. But this ~does not apply to things as at first instituted. 59 1, 75 | for "before" and "after" apply by comparison to some beginning. ~ 60 1, 75 | kind of ~totality does not apply to forms, except perhaps 61 1, 85 | 2~I answer that, We must apply the same distinction to 62 1, 92 | Further, an image seems to apply principally to the shape 63 1, 95 | virtue of which man can apply himself, more or less, to ~ 64 1, 102 | the ruler; which ~cannot apply to God. But created things 65 1, 105 | organ. But this does not apply to the angels.~~Aquin.: 66 1, 105 | vii). ~But this would not apply if the superior angels enlightened 67 1, 106 | fingers, and this cannot apply to ~the angels. Therefore 68 1, 106 | wills. But the same does not apply to the will of the angels, 69 1, 107 | which far be it from us to apply to the ~Divine Persons.~ 70 1, 107 | same ~argument does not apply to both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 71 1, 107 | This, however, does not apply to men, as above explained ( 72 1, 111 | Hence there is no need to apply this to any other angels 73 2, 4 | fully satisfy. This does not apply to the question under ~consideration; 74 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We apply the word "voluntary" not 75 2, 15 | something as to be done. Now to apply the ~appetitive movement 76 2, 15 | suitable to a stick, but to apply the stick so that it touch 77 2, 15 | appetite, but it does not apply that ~movement to some particular 78 2, 15 | movement, and is able to ~apply or not to apply it to this 79 2, 15 | able to ~apply or not to apply it to this or that thing.~ 80 2, 16 | Trin. x, 11): "To use is to apply to ~something to purpose 81 2, 16 | the operation to which we apply a thing is called ~its use; 82 2, 16 | stick is to ~strike. Now we apply to an operation not only 83 2, 16 | is evident that we do not apply external ~things to an operation 84 2, 16 | their acts, ~and this is to apply them to operation. Hence 85 2, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to apply the members to action is 86 2, 16 | But ~irrational animals apply their members to action; 87 2, 16 | above (A[1]), to use is to apply an active ~principle to 88 2, 16 | action: thus to consent is to apply the appetitive movement ~ 89 2, 16 | disposal of a thing, can apply it to something else; ~and 90 2, 16 | properly speaking, they do not apply their members ~to action, 91 2, 16 | Further, "to use is to apply something to the purpose 92 2, 18 | for ~species, just as we apply the term "mankind" to the 93 2, 19 | same reasoning does not apply to goodness, as stated above ( 94 2, 24 | We ought, seemingly, to apply to passions what has been ~ 95 2, 48 | increases: and the same would apply to anger, ~were its cause 96 2, 55 | of the ~definition will apply to all virtues in general, 97 2, 57 | the common law fails to apply, as we ~shall explain further 98 2, 63 | which these ~words cannot apply, is not of the same species 99 2, 66 | extends to. But this does not apply to science and ~art: for 100 2, 68 | definition of a gift can apply to the ~infused virtues: 101 2, 68 | reason, to wit, which would apply either to all ~the virtues, 102 2, 68 | is evil, which can nowise apply to God: ~hence fear does 103 2, 70 | delightful. But this does not apply to all the fruits mentioned 104 2, 72 | this, seemingly, ~should apply chiefly to those sins whereby 105 2, 72 | x, 4); and the same can apply to the generation of ~animals. 106 2, 73 | But this does not seem to apply to penal harm, which the 107 2, 75 | the will in failing to apply the rule of ~reason or of 108 2, 85 | before. But this does not apply to the question ~at issue, 109 2, 89 | the ~like, which does not apply to the question in point. 110 2, 89 | own will. This does not apply to the appetite for ~the 111 2, 94 | our mind"; which can only apply ~to the natural law. But 112 2, 97 | Therefore the same should ~apply to human laws. ~Aquin.: 113 2, 100 | Now the failure of law to apply in ~certain particular cases 114 2, 100 | covenant"; which, seemingly, apply principally to the precepts 115 2, 100 | observing justice, which fail to apply in certain ~cases.~Aquin.: 116 2, 102 | was therefore unfitting to apply a second purification to 117 2, 105 | specially did this prohibition apply with respect to those nations ~ 118 2, 105 | 24:15). But this does not apply to a son in ~respect of 119 2, 5 | hearing." Now this could not apply to angels and man in their 120 2, 9 | directs piety. But this cannot apply to a speculative science. ~ 121 2, 10 | of morals. This does not apply to the sins ~that are opposed 122 2, 10 | consent. But this does not apply to a child before it comes 123 2, 15 | the duty of a disciple to apply his mind to what is said, 124 2, 22 | fellowship. This does not apply to ~charity, as stated above: 125 2, 23 | This, however, does not apply to the case in point, since ~ 126 2, 23 | this distinction does not apply to the case ~in point, since 127 2, 23 | for Thee." This does not apply to ~venial sin, but only 128 2, 24 | 2/3~We must accordingly apply this to the showing of the 129 2, 25 | last end: and this does not apply to any other virtue, as 130 2, 25 | him die," which does not apply to ~those who cursed others 131 2, 29 | Yet, again, this would not apply if the creditor ~were in 132 2, 30 | committed against ourselves, we apply ~the remedy by "pardoning 133 2, 30 | cases the words of Ambrose apply, ~"Feed him that dies of 134 2, 31 | words of Our Lord ~seem to apply (Mt. 18:15): "If thy brother 135 2, 31 | words of Our Lord do not apply, because then thy brother 136 2, 34 | reputation. ~But this does not apply to people who are far removed 137 2, 41 | present question does not apply to active scandal, for since 138 2, 41 | question does, however, apply to ~passive scandal, and 139 2, 43 | wisdom, whereas it does not apply to the Greek and ~perhaps 140 2, 45 | no man can conveniently ~apply one thing to another, unless 141 2, 45 | and ~yet it is able to apply universal rules to particular 142 2, 45 | above (A[1], ad 3; A[3]) to apply ~right reason to action, 143 2, 47 | frequently and reverently apply his mind to the teachings 144 2, 47 | so that he may ~rightly apply universals to particulars, 145 2, 47 | Hence ~foresight does not apply properly to speculative, 146 2, 49 | 10. But ~this does not apply to {euboulia} (deliberating 147 2, 53 | life in carnal pleasure. To apply oneself to obtain ~this 148 2, 53 | terms "past" and "future" ~apply, as ends, or if he were 149 2, 58 | and thus, when we have to ~apply a remedy to some evil, whether 150 2, 60 | then the same ~answer would apply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 151 2, 61 | saying of Ex. ~23:3 would apply: "Neither shalt thou favor 152 2, 72 | railing them, which does not apply to a backbiter or ~tale-bearer.~ 153 2, 81 | although his words do not apply to him personally: for they ~ 154 2, 82 | the same reason ~seems to apply to other places. Therefore 155 2, 84 | Law, but when they do not apply the unlawfulness ceases. ~( 156 2, 92 | same observation seems to apply to idolatry. ~Therefore 157 2, 93 | which someone twist so as to apply to the future that he ~wishes 158 2, 93 | other hand if one were ~to apply the observation of the stars 159 2, 93 | that anyone should wish to apply the Divine oracles to ~worldly 160 2, 93 | The same would seem to apply to the law concerning duels, 161 2, 94 | ad 2. But this does not apply to this kind of ~observances.~ 162 2, 94 | Wherefore it is lawful to apply those deeds to ~our instruction, 163 2, 96 | the Gospel order would not apply to ~the case, as stated 164 2, 107 | agreements, nor does this apply to ~matters in which justice 165 2, 108 | his vow: and this cannot apply to an officious ~or jocose 166 2, 116 | directed. But this does not apply to covetousness: since riches ~ 167 2, 118 | rules of law that would apply to every single ~case. Legislators 168 2, 121 | vices. Now this ~cannot apply to any special virtue. Therefore 169 2, 127 | of the virtues does not apply to ~their acts, as though 170 2, 139 | in the sense in which we apply the term "necessary" to 171 2, 140 | Ethic. iii, 12) that "we apply ~the term intemperance* 172 2, 145 | make legal ~precepts which apply the natural law to matters 173 2, 145 | of moral virtue does not apply in the same way ~to all, 174 2, 146 | this, apparently, does ~not apply to gluttony. Therefore gluttony 175 2, 146 | vice: but this does not apply to all ~circumstances, as 176 2, 146 | sinfulness. But this does not apply to gluttony, which, in respect 177 2, 147 | a general sense so as to apply to any matter, as stated ~ 178 2, 147 | Wherefore it ~behooves one to apply a measure in all such things. 179 2, 152 | and this ~would seem to apply especially to simple fornication, 180 2, 156 | evil." Now this does not apply to anger, which is the desire ~ 181 2, 162 | these two ~motives do not apply to the primitive state. 182 2, 164 | things. Now a man ought to apply study to every matter, ~ 183 2, 166 | Now it is censurable to ~apply study to the ordering of 184 2, 172 | or evil, which does not apply to the prophecy of ~predestination, 185 2, 172 | The same judgment does not apply to things that are sought ~ 186 2, 178 | Writ. Secondly, he needs to apply himself by his ~personal 187 2, 178 | movement of the angel cannot ~apply to his proceeding from one 188 2, 180 | acceptable to God that one apply one's own soul and the souls 189 2, 180 | contemplation, and ~if they were to apply themselves wholly to action, 190 2, 181 | difference of states does not apply to ~those who are beginning, 191 2, 185 | suffices that one person ~apply himself to this business 192 2, 185 | bodies." Now this does not apply ~to religious any more than 193 2, 185 | sin. But this does not apply to religious, as stated 194 2, 186 | the same ~would seem to apply to all other religious. 195 2, 186 | life, but this does not ~apply to those who are soldiers 196 2, 186 | Therefore it is not for them to apply themselves to the study ~ 197 2, 186 | from the sight of men, and apply their ~whole mind to a life 198 2, 186 | wanton. But they do ~not apply to moderate wealth, set 199 2, 187 | custom children are made to apply themselves ~to those duties 200 2, 187 | the same would seem to ~apply to any religious. Therefore 201 2, 187 | pio). But this does not apply to the case where one ~provides 202 3, 3 | which of the natures it may apply. Hence in this ~hypothesis, 203 3, 41 | adoption, whereas it does apply to the two preceding ~temptations.~ 204 3, 48 | free man's condition to apply himself to what he wills.~ 205 3, 52 | regeneration: which does not apply to children dying in original 206 3, 61 | world would be unable to apply itself to them.~Aquin.: 207 3, 77 | definition of substance apply to them.~Aquin.: SMT TP 208 3, 84 | A[1]). But this does not apply to Penance. ~Therefore Penance 209 3, 85 | against God, which does ~not apply to any other virtue. We 210 3, 87 | and the same seems to ~apply to the other things.~Aquin.: 211 3, 88 | forgiven: and the same seems to apply to the others.~Aquin.: SMT 212 3, 90 | equally: which does not apply to the point in question. 213 3, 90 | powers: which does not apply to the case in point. Therefore 214 Suppl, 1 | will." But this ~does not apply to sin. Therefore contrition 215 Suppl, 2 | will; and this does not apply to ~original sin, so that 216 Suppl, 2 | that contrition does not apply to it. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 217 Suppl, 6 | sins: nor can ~the minister apply a fitting remedy, unless 218 Suppl, 6 | confessed, which cannot apply to venial sins, because 219 Suppl, 6 | and the same seems to ~apply to confession which is not 220 Suppl, 11| cases quoted one should apply some kind of remedy, so ~ 221 Suppl, 11| it, or he may forbear to apply a remedy, since he is ~not 222 Suppl, 11| since he is ~not bound to apply a remedy, except according 223 Suppl, 11| tribunal of Penance, he should apply the remedy, as far as he 224 Suppl, 18| sacrament. And the same would apply to ~Baptism, were it never 225 Suppl, 18| remitted. Nor ~does this apply only to the temporal punishment 226 Suppl, 21| excommunication need not apply to it in every respect, 227 Suppl, 22| committed to him. This does not apply to venial sins, because ~ 228 Suppl, 23| understand this exception to apply in the opposite way, viz. 229 Suppl, 26| person; and thus anyone ~can apply his works to another. Specifically, 230 Suppl, 26| superior of a congregation can apply those ~works to some other 231 Suppl, 27| person can by his intention apply his own action to ~whomever 232 Suppl, 27| And so a bishop too can apply to himself the ~suffrages 233 Suppl, 27| dispensation, which a man can apply to himself.~ 234 Suppl, 32| danger it is the time to apply the remedy. Therefore ~this 235 Suppl, 32| acknowledge it. Now this does not apply to madmen and imbeciles. ~ 236 Suppl, 32| this sacrament does not apply to ~children, since they 237 Suppl, 40| is becoming for those who apply themselves to the ~Divine 238 Suppl, 51| actions." But this ~does not apply to one who is in error. 239 Suppl, 54| first parent: which does not apply to other animals. But ~according 240 Suppl, 54| prohibition of ~degrees does not apply equally in the ascending 241 Suppl, 55| void of blood-relationship" apply to affinity as such. Nor ~ 242 Suppl, 64| a superior is bound to apply a remedy for the sins of 243 Suppl, 64| with it, which does not apply to the other ~sacraments. 244 Suppl, 65| principles are not ~intended to apply to all cases but to the 245 Suppl, 65| law. But that does ~not apply to the case in point, wherefore 246 Suppl, 69| of which the Scriptures apply the corporeal ~world to 247 Suppl, 71| assistance, which does not apply to one who suffers no default: 248 Suppl, 71| it is not in his power to apply to a ~particular person 249 Suppl, 72| Moral. xii): ~"This does not apply to the souls of the saints, 250 Suppl, 72| prophets, which does not apply to His second coming. Now 251 Suppl, 74| The same would seem to apply to that sound as to the 252 Suppl, 75| and the living does not apply ~to the time itself of the 253 Suppl, 76| 1: A comparison does not apply to every particular, but 254 Suppl, 77| more therefore ~does this apply to the other members.~Aquin.: 255 Suppl, 79| complexions, and this must ~apply to the bodies of those who 256 Suppl, 79| angle. But this does not apply to the glorified ~bodies. 257 Suppl, 81| Philosopher's argument does not apply to these, since if there 258 Suppl, 83| be . . . But we must not apply this ~to a wicked or corrupt 259 Suppl, 85| creature. Now this should apply to ~none more than to those 260 Suppl, 91| not understand,' do not ~apply to the souls of the saints, 261 Suppl, 94| since one cannot fittingly apply a punishment to a body unless 262 Suppl, 95| demerit. But this cannot apply to the essential ~reward 263 Suppl, 95| Possibly, however, this may apply to the accidental ~reward, 264 Suppl, 95| judgment. Especially may this apply to the demons, or to the


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