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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | more universal point of ~view, we shall find that this 2 1, 10 | durations are one in that view, in the light of their principle, 3 1, 13 | of ~equivocation. Such a view is against the philosophers, 4 1, 16 | regarded ~from the point of view of the intellect, the truth 5 1, 18 | whole life ordered with a view to it, is said to be the ~ 6 1, 21 | Anselm touches on either view where he says (Prosolog. ~ 7 1, 37 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~In view of this difficulty some 8 1, 39 | regards Him as "one." In that view ~Augustine (De Doctr. Christ. 9 1, 50 | and according to ~this view it would have to be maintained 10 1, 50 | however, rejects this view (Metaph. i, text 31) because 11 1, 50 | something else is taken away, in view of ~which it belonged to 12 1, 61 | Para. 2/2~If the contrary view be held, then in the text 13 1, 62 | of beatitude. Even this view will not stand, ~because 14 1, 62 | the order ~of the end in view; but it comes of the defect 15 1, 63 | sinned, but did not. Yet this view also is ~repudiated by some, 16 1, 63 | seems to agree with the view of the ~Platonists, which 17 1, 63 | to be the more probable view: ~because the angels' sin 18 1, 63 | prejudicial to the ~other view; because there might be 19 1, 63 | the angelic ruin. In this ~view the liberty of free-will 20 1, 65 | the ~stones, but with a view to securing that perfection 21 1, 66 | covered and concealed it from view; secondly, that which it 22 1, 66 | duration its form, and this view ~postulates the existence 23 1, 68 | it thus: "I consider this view of the question worthy of 24 1, 68 | miracle." We leave ~this view, then, and answer that according 25 1, 68 | above that heaven. On this view the firmament ~of heaven 26 1, 69 | them. He supports this ~view by the authority of Scripture, 27 1, 71 | considered from two ~points of view. If considered in themselves, 28 1, 74 | is consistent with either view of the mode of ~production. 29 1, 37 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~In view of this difficulty some 30 1, 39 | regards Him as "one." In that view ~Augustine (De Doctr. Christ. 31 1, 51 | and according to ~this view it would have to be maintained 32 1, 51 | however, rejects this view (Metaph. i, text 31) because 33 1, 51 | something else is taken away, in view of ~which it belonged to 34 1, 62 | Para. 2/2~If the contrary view be held, then in the text 35 1, 63 | of beatitude. Even this view will not stand, ~because 36 1, 63 | the order ~of the end in view; but it comes of the defect 37 1, 64 | sinned, but did not. Yet this view also is ~repudiated by some, 38 1, 64 | seems to agree with the view of the ~Platonists, which 39 1, 64 | to be the more probable view: ~because the angels' sin 40 1, 64 | prejudicial to the ~other view; because there might be 41 1, 64 | the angelic ruin. In this ~view the liberty of free-will 42 1, 66 | the ~stones, but with a view to securing that perfection 43 1, 67 | covered and concealed it from view; secondly, that which it 44 1, 67 | duration its form, and this view ~postulates the existence 45 1, 69 | it thus: "I consider this view of the question worthy of 46 1, 69 | miracle." We leave ~this view, then, and answer that according 47 1, 69 | above that heaven. On this view the firmament ~of heaven 48 1, 70 | them. He supports this ~view by the authority of Scripture, 49 1, 71 | considered from two ~points of view. If considered in themselves, 50 1, 73 | is consistent with either view of the mode of ~production. 51 1, 78 | conclusions. From this point of view it matters not whether ~ 52 1, 90 | suitable for the ~object in view; and he does not prefer 53 1, 90 | obstacle to the end he has in view. Therefore God gave to each 54 1, 90 | absolutely so, but in the view of its ~proper end. This 55 1, 92 | image" from one ~point of view and from another the term " 56 1, 101 | material tree, so called in ~view of future events; because, 57 1, 102 | that from one ~point of view something seems to evade 58 1, 107 | distinction will always remain. In view of this ~distinction, some 59 1, 108 | imperfect grace, in ~that view the demons were at the time 60 1, 108 | light of ~nature, in that view they are still in those 61 1, 113 | knowledge, or virtue, ~with a view to his promotion; a bad 62 1, 118 | from ~different points of view. For if we consider the 63 2, 1 | ends, from any point of view. For in ~whatsoever things 64 2, 10 | and from every point of view, the will tends to it of ~ 65 2, 10 | good from every point of view, it will not tend to it 66 2, 10 | and from this point of view, they can be set aside ~ 67 2, 10 | from ~various points of view.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[10] A[ 68 2, 14 | and universal things, our view is ~brought to bear on matters 69 2, 18 | that "nothing acts with a ~view to evil." If therefore an 70 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: The good in view of which one acts is not 71 2, 18 | results from the end in view.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 72 2, 19 | quantities from the point of view ~of the object, it is evident 73 2, 19 | appear good from one point of view, and not good from another 74 2, 19 | good from another point of ~view. And therefore if a man' 75 2, 19 | and from this point of view ~she wishes her husband, 76 2, 20 | a good or an evil end in view, and does not ~do it then, 77 2, 23 | first, ~from the point of view of their species or nature, 78 2, 23 | secondly, from the point of view of the difference in their 79 2, 24 | considered from ~two points of view. First, according to its 80 2, 35 | Wherefore, from this ~point of view, inward pain surpasses outward 81 2, 39 | And from this point of view, all shun sorrow, ~inasmuch 82 2, 56 | from different points of view, and in various ~degrees.~ 83 2, 58 | habit perfecting man in view of ~his doing good actions, 84 2, 58 | habit perfecting man in view of his ~doing good deeds. 85 2, 73 | reason directs all things ~in view of the end: wherefore the 86 2, 76 | causes of other sins. In view of what has been said above ( 87 2, 84 | Therefore, from this point of view, pride, ~which is the desire 88 2, 84 | that, from this ~point of view, covetousness is said to 89 2, 84 | with recrimination with a view to ~vengeance, it is "anger." 90 2, 84 | root from another point of view, ~as stated above (AA[1], 91 2, 89 | of the end ~they have in view.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 92 2, 91 | perform his proper acts in view of his last end. And indeed 93 2, 96 | of proportion and with ~a view to the common good. For, 94 2, 96 | community, although with a view to the common good. The 95 2, 96 | lawgiver cannot have in view every single case, he shapes 96 2, 96 | which the ~lawgiver had in view.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 97 2, 96 | suitable for the end he has in view. And even ~if a lawgiver 98 2, 97 | ought to be changed: not in ~view of any improvement, but 99 2, 97 | has not the common good in view; imprudent, ~if he ignores 100 2, 98 | manner, from ~this point of view, the state of clerics is 101 2, 101 | the ministers, with the view ~of fitting them for the 102 2, 102 | Secondly, that which is done in view of the end should be proportionate ~ 103 2, 102 | gathered from the point of view of their ~being ordained 104 2, 102 | sacrifices the Law had in view the ~poverty of the offerers; 105 2, 102 | handle ~sacred things with a view to the cleansing of others 106 2, 102 | institution, was with a view to show that they were in ~ 107 2, 105 | are built merely ~with a view to the cultivation and care 108 2, 105 | considered from two points of view. First, from the point of 109 2, 105 | First, from the point of view of the ~individual, i.e. 110 2, 105 | preserved from the point of view of the species, by means 111 2, 105 | who did everything with a ~view to the present life, it 112 2, 107 | considered from the point of view of the end. First, ~through 113 2, 108 | these things as the end in view. Wherefore Our Lord ~set 114 2, 1 | Consequently from this point of view also the object of faith 115 2, 1 | and from ~this point of view there is no distinction 116 2, 1 | considered from our point of ~view; and thus the formal aspect 117 2, 1 | and from this point of view there are various distinct ~ 118 2, 1 | Ghost. From this point of view, there was a ~sufficient 119 2, 1 | everlasting, can from one point of view be united together in one ~ 120 2, 1 | from another ~point of view, they can be distinct articles, 121 2, 5 | considered from two points of view: first, ~on the part of 122 2, 5 | faith from the point of view of its ~participation by 123 2, 10 | species from this point of ~view, in fact it is a privation. 124 2, 10 | it is from this point of ~view that unbelief derives its 125 2, 10 | and from this point of ~view, he who resists the faith 126 2, 10 | second from the point of ~view of guilt; since, as stated 127 2, 11 | Consequently, from this point of view, heretics who return after 128 2, 18 | himself from the point of view of his own good, yet not 129 2, 19 | sins from our point of ~view, then despair is more dangerous, 130 2, 23 | from the general point of view of form in ~comparison with 131 2, 23 | from the specific point of view of habit as ~compared with 132 2, 23 | speaks from the point of view of the ~power of the Holy 133 2, 29 | must be modified with ~a view to their due circumstances.~ 134 2, 29 | soldier who with this in view succors ~his comrade, succors 135 2, 29 | private individual, but with a view to ~the welfare of his country 136 2, 41 | itself that is the end in view, but its medicinal properties 137 2, 47 | be suitable to the end in view of the circumstances. ~Now 138 2, 53 | necessary means of livelihood in view of ~the future on account 139 2, 58 | which the lawgiver has in view. Hence the jurist says ~[* 140 2, 60 | for instance, if having in view the honor of God ~or the 141 2, 61 | at in two ways. First, in view of ~the thing judged, and 142 2, 61 | it may be ~considered in view of the form of judgment, 143 2, 63 | happen, however, that in view of ~certain circumstances, 144 2, 63 | and from this point of view it is a less ~grievous sin. 145 2, 64 | not a great fault is in view of ~two cases. First, when 146 2, 67 | are adapted to the end in view, which belongs to ~prudence; 147 2, 69 | should not be done with a view to human ~remuneration, 148 2, 69 | poor ~man, should have in view not a human but a Divine 149 2, 71 | secondly, as to the ~end in view, i.e. as regards the injury 150 2, 75 | and from this point of view, buying ~and selling seem 151 2, 76 | borrower have a good end in view, ~such as the relief of 152 2, 77 | considering it from the ~point of view of legal injustice.~Aquin.: 153 2, 78 | considered from the point of view of the debtor, and in ~this 154 2, 78 | considered from the point of view of the person to whom it 155 2, 78 | others, from which point of view the Philosopher ~treats 156 2, 81 | 31). From this point of view prayer ought to be continual: 157 2, 81 | none but ~these things in view, no matter how we express 158 2, 84 | hand, it be offered with a view to its ~remaining entire 159 2, 85 | from different points of ~view. Now tithes are due to the 160 2, 93 | with regard to the end in ~view, which is foreknowledge 161 2, 93 | The first is when, with a view to obtain ~knowledge of 162 2, 102 | Wherefore from this point of view ~it is more praiseworthy 163 2, 108 | 3~As regards the end in view, a lie may be contrary to 164 2, 109 | will depend on the ~end in view; for if this be contrary 165 2, 116 | riches from the point of view of legal ~due, so that a 166 2, 116 | matter from the point of view not of ~the legal but of 167 2, 116 | sin. From this point of view a sin that is against God 168 2, 116 | good. From this point of view the sin of covetousness, 169 2, 116 | judged from the point of view of ~the good corrupted, 170 2, 118 | good, which the law ~has in view. Thus the law requires deposits 171 2, 120 | all acknowledge God with a view to worship, before honoring 172 2, 121 | with some godly object in view through fear of shipwreck 173 2, 122 | And from this point ~of view it is clear that martyrdom 174 2, 127 | considered from two points of view. First, from the point ~ 175 2, 127 | First, from the point ~of view of reason, in so far as 176 2, 131 | pusillanimity from the point of ~view of its effect.~Aquin.: SMT 177 2, 131 | argument considers the point of view of cause. Nor is ~the fear 178 2, 134 | it is from ~this point of view that the objection argues. 179 2, 138 | the other virtues, with a view to directing the ~mind to 180 2, 139 | goodness, from the point of view of decorum] is a ~special 181 2, 140 | And from this point of view cowardice has a ~certain 182 2, 140 | and from this point of view ~there is no need for cowardice 183 2, 143 | goodness, from the point of view of decorum.]~We must now 184 2, 146 | considered from two points of view. ~First, with regard to 185 2, 146 | greatest. From this point of view gluttony is not the greatest 186 2, 146 | and from this point ~of view the sin of gluttony is diminished 187 2, 146 | Thirdly, from the ~point of view of the result that follows, 188 2, 148 | reply that he is speaking in view of the law of a ~certain 189 2, 152 | and from this point of view murder is a more grievous 190 2, 152 | consecrated ~virgin with a view to marriage, he shall be 191 2, 156 | Nyssa and Damascene had in view. Here, however, we have 192 2, 156 | goodness, from the point of view ~of decorum; Cf. Q[145], 193 2, 157 | inflicting punishment have not in view a default of the person ~ 194 2, 159 | wont to be done ~with a view of boasting, which is suppressed 195 2, 160 | from different points of view: to ~humility, inasmuch 196 2, 160 | thing which pride has in view is common ~both to sensible 197 2, 170 | considered from two points of view. ~First, with regard to 198 2, 170 | actions, from this point of view an evil life is an ~obstacle 199 2, 175 | hearers, not indeed with a view to his own favor, but in 200 2, 178 | conduces to the truth in view: ~although, according to 201 2, 180 | considered from two points of ~view. First, as regards the attention 202 2, 180 | and from this point of view the active life is a help 203 2, 182 | make the comparison with a ~view to goodness, the religious 204 2, 182 | reply ~that he speaks in view of the difficulty. For he 205 2, 185 | secular business, save with a view to ~the care of the fatherless, 206 2, 185 | quoted: in one way with a ~view to the common good, in another 207 2, 185 | good, in another with a view to his private advantage. ~ 208 2, 185 | of want and toil with a view to being fed and clothed 209 2, 186 | secular business, save with a view to the care of the ~fatherless . . . 210 2, 186 | the exercise to the end in view. Wherefore in the Conferences 211 2, 186 | attainment of the end in view.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 212 2, 186 | beast-like. The other is ~with a view to adhering wholly to divine 213 3, 1 | OBJ 1: This gloss has in view the mercy of God, which 214 3, 16 | the reason and point of view of what is said."~Aquin.: 215 3, 24 | Therefore from both points ~of view we must say that predestination 216 3, 25 | we consider the point of view and ~intention of those 217 3, 27 | appears (1) from the point of view of deliverance from evil. 218 3, 27 | appears (2) from the point of view of ordering to ~good. For 219 3, 45 | of His disciples with a view to this," He ~sets before 220 3, 46 | tree ~which is hidden from view to hold it fixed, and from 221 3, 53 | all. According to this view, as Jerome observes on Mt. 222 3, 61 | considered from two points of view. First, from that of faith: 223 3, 65 | while from the point of view of perfection, order comes ~ 224 3, 65 | from a certain point of view which is not greater absolutely 225 3, 66 | is Baptism. ~This is the view expressed by Augustine, 226 3, 78 | But in opposition to this view are the words of the Gospel 227 3, 78 | Body Para. 2/5~But such a view cannot hold good, because 228 3, 88 | its being aggravated in view of those previous ~sins. 229 Suppl, 12| instituted and intended with ~a view to the past, yet, as a consequence, 230 Suppl, 12| satisfaction from this point of view. And yet it is possible 231 Suppl, 17| the principal ~agent in view of man's salvation is God. 232 Suppl, 25| our neighbor. Nor ~in this view have we "too great a market 233 Suppl, 31| matter, from the point of view of ~the final cause; nevertheless, 234 Suppl, 31| nevertheless, from the point of view of efficient cause, ~the 235 Suppl, 34| and from this point of view it has no reason to be ~ 236 Suppl, 34| and from this point of view it can be placed in ~the 237 Suppl, 42| marriage with a certain good in view, ~which good varies according 238 Suppl, 49| neither from this point of view is "sacrament" the most ~ 239 Suppl, 54| and yet from the point of view of intensity a ~man's father 240 Suppl, 54| considers chiefly the point of view of affection. And since 241 Suppl, 62| because ~then the end in view is not only the correction 242 Suppl, 65| have been granted with a view to this multiplication.~ 243 Suppl, 65| because it is awaited with a view to its ~being brought up 244 Suppl, 65| And from this point of view they bore some ~resemblance 245 Suppl, 70| For some, ~holding the view that all the powers are 246 Suppl, 70| remains. But the aforesaid view is ~false, for since a power 247 Suppl, 71| disposition, but also in view of something ~consequent 248 Suppl, 71| according to higher causes, in view of which it was foreseen 249 Suppl, 72| the Divine inquiry, with a view of God's ~pronouncing sentence 250 Suppl, 72| work of a lower art has in ~view an end unattainable save 251 Suppl, 72| expectation of nature has in view is unattainable by ~the 252 Suppl, 79| preservation of the body in view.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[82] A[ 253 Suppl, 81| without it some end we have in view cannot be obtained by ~us, 254 Suppl, 92| part of the husband, in view of the marriage burden ~ 255 Suppl, 92| is called "a donation in view of marriage." In this sense 256 Suppl, 93| considered from two points of view. First from the greatness ~ 257 Suppl, 93| considered from the point of view of the motive ~of conflict, 258 Suppl, 93| First, from the point of view of the conflicts, ~that 259 Suppl, 93| Secondly, from the ~point of view of the things about which 260 Suppl, 93| precedence that is considered in ~view of the conflict is more 261 Suppl, 95| will have a ~most clear view of those things that can 262 Suppl, 96| author of his being, yet, in view of the inordinateness of 263 Appen1, 2| obtain ~the end he has in view. Now those who are in Purgatory


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