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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | uniformly;" and afterwards he adds that, "He is the ~very existence 2 1, 6 | good. For the supreme good ~adds something to good; otherwise 3 1, 11 | inquiry:~(1) Whether "one" adds anything to "being"?~(2) 4 1, 11 | Para. 1/1~Whether "one" adds anything to "being"?~Aquin.: 5 1, 11 | OBJ 1: It seems that "one" adds something to "being." For 6 1, 11 | quantity. Therefore "one" adds something to ~"being."~Aquin.: 7 1, 11 | one"; forasmuch as "one" adds an idea to "being."~Aquin.: 8 1, 11 | world. Hence the Apostle adds: ~"Our God is one," etc.~ 9 1, 13 | Gal. 4:8), and a gloss adds, "Gods not ~in nature, but 10 1, 16 | is the true. But as good ~adds to being the notion of desirable, 11 1, 16 | of desirable, so the true adds relation to the ~intellect.~ 12 1, 23 | Dt. 1:11): "The Lord God adds to this number many thousands," ~ 13 1, 23 | thousands," ~and a gloss adds, "fixed by God, who knows 14 1, 30 | signification of such names adds a negation of division, 15 1, 30 | transcendental multitude, which adds only indivision to those 16 1, 39 | to the Gentiles," a gloss adds, "The Son speaks Who said 17 1, 56 | heavenly minds." Afterwards he ~adds that, "since He is above 18 1, 67 | ii in Hexaem.], indeed, adds a third reason: that all 19 1, 39 | to the Gentiles," a gloss adds, "The Son speaks Who said 20 1, 57 | heavenly minds." Afterwards he ~adds that, "since He is above 21 1, 68 | ii in Hexaem.], indeed, adds a third reason: that all 22 1, 82 | counsel"; and the gloss ~adds: "That is of his free-will."~ 23 1, 92 | image; and that an image adds something to ~likeness - 24 1, 92 | is the glory of man," he adds his reason for saying ~this: " 25 1, 92 | up the ~trinity," as he adds in the same passage. But 26 1, 97 | of the ~Divine Power. He adds that God made man male and 27 1, 105 | prophet speaks; wherefore he adds: "They shall ~teach no more 28 1, 113 | you": to which the gloss adds, "that is, the ~devil, whose 29 1, 115 | fickle, shortly afterwards ~adds - "which, since it is derived 30 2, 3 | little further ~on (6) he adds: "He is most happy who desires 31 2, 7 | that ~from "which an orator adds authority and strength to 32 2, 7 | pointedly that the orator "adds strength ~to his argument," 33 2, 7 | Aristotle in Ethic. iii, 1 adds yet ~another, to wit, "about 34 2, 8 | voluntas" (the will) St. Thomas adds a word of ~explanation, 35 2, 17 | reason. Hence the Apostle adds ~(Rm. 7:15): "I see another 36 2, 18 | every such circumstance adds a new species of ~sin. And 37 2, 18 | that aggravates a sin, or adds to the ~goodness of an action, 38 2, 18 | not add a new species, but adds to the goodness or ~malice 39 2, 20 | Whether the external action adds any goodness or malice to 40 2, 20 | Whether the external action adds any goodness or malice to 41 2, 20 | Therefore the external action adds no goodness or ~malice to 42 2, 20 | Therefore neither of them adds to the goodness or malice 43 2, 20 | then the external action adds ~nothing to this goodness, 44 2, 20 | end. And in this way it adds to the goodness ~or malice 45 2, 25 | object of the irascible adds the ~aspect of arduousness 46 2, 25 | concupiscible ~faculty. Thus hope adds to desire a certain effort, 47 2, 25 | good. In like manner ~fear adds to aversion or detestation 48 2, 26 | hence a little further on he adds that "a right will is ~well-directed 49 2, 27 | is evident that beauty ~adds to goodness a relation to 50 2, 38 | image of a pleasant thing adds to joy. Therefore it seems ~ 51 2, 39 | always useful, ~since it adds another motive for avoiding 52 2, 40 | OBJ 3: The object of hope adds not only possibility to 53 2, 40 | intellectual virtue itself ~adds to the power of acting with 54 2, 40 | something impossible. Hence he adds ~(Rhet. ii, 13) that "many 55 2, 42 | things. ~Therefore it also adds to fear in evil things.~ 56 2, 47 | contempt or ~slight alone adds to the motive of anger, 57 2, 47 | anger, in so far as it adds to the unmeritedness of 58 2, 50 | who in the same passage adds: "For if this were ~the 59 2, 59 | after the words quoted, ~adds, "if virtues are about actions 60 2, 66 | Enchiridion viii), ~and it adds a certain movement of stretching 61 2, 68 | state. When, however, he adds "in the womb of ~the mind," 62 2, 73 | if ~foreseen and intended adds to the goodness and malice 63 2, 74 | the contrary, Augustine adds after a few words: "Man 64 2, 77 | For increase of cause adds to the effect: thus if a 65 2, 87 | mend their ways. The text adds, "to the third and fourth ~ 66 2, 88 | sins when a circumstance adds the deformity of another ~ 67 2, 88 | become mortal, unless it adds the deformity of another 68 2, 91 | the works of justice are, adds: "Many say, Who showeth 69 2, 94 | the Law and the ~Gospel," adds at once, by way of example, " 70 2, 96 | and in regard to these, he adds, "and further, all particular ~ 71 2, 96 | and in regard to these, he adds ~"all matters subject to 72 2, 99 | that ~the "Law is holy," adds that "the commandment is 73 2, 100 | human law. But human ~law adds certain things concerning 74 2, 102 | further on (3 Kgs. 8:29,20) he adds: "That Thy ~eyes may be 75 2, 106 | the Spirit of life," he adds: ~"God sending His own Son, 76 2, 108 | 4) Whether it fittingly adds counsels to precepts?~Aquin.: 77 2, 108 | be perfect," and then He adds: "Go, ~sell all [Vulg.: ' 78 2, 108 | the kingdom of heaven," He adds ~straightway: "He that can 79 2, 109 | with God. Moreover charity adds to natural love of God a ~ 80 2, 109 | that every habit of virtue ~adds to the good act which is 81 2, 109 | can do no good whatever," adds: "Not only do they know 82 2, 111 | OBJ 3: Sanctifying grace adds to the notion of gratuitous 83 2, 111 | enumerated the ~gratuitous graces adds: "And I shew unto you yet 84 2, 112 | enumerated the various graces, he adds ~(Eph. 4:12): "For the perfecting 85 2, 112 | of revelation. Hence he adds (1 Cor. 2:10): "But ~to 86 2, 113 | create ~heaven and earth," adds, "for heaven and earth shall 87 2, 2 | Father," and further on he adds: "In that He made this world, ~ 88 2, 4 | works is dead" ~(James 2:20) adds, "by which it lives once 89 2, 9 | after ~the words quoted, adds: "It is one thing for a 90 2, 10 | Hence the same ~authority adds: "Because every one that 91 2, 10 | sentence of excommunication, he adds as his reason: "Know you 92 2, 10 | lump?" and afterwards he adds the reason ~on the part 93 2, 10 | of unbelievers, since he adds ~(1 Tim. 6:2): "But they 94 2, 10 | should honor their masters, adds, "lest the name of the Lord 95 2, 11 | and among the others, he ~adds, "dissensions, sects," which 96 2, 13 | Ghost," etc. ~the Evangelist adds, "because they said: He 97 2, 23 | aught beside Thee," for he adds ~these words, "which he 98 2, 23 | 2/2~Since, however, he adds: "If some slight slip should 99 2, 26 | but such dilection or love adds union of ~affections, wherefore 100 2, 26 | tending to the good, ~but it adds a certain union with the 101 2, 26 | Reply OBJ 2: As Augustine adds in the same passage, "the 102 2, 27 | even as joy does, but hope adds, on ~the part of the object, 103 2, 28 | Peace includes concord and adds something thereto. Hence ~ 104 2, 28 | bowels of mercy," etc., adds (Col. 3:14): ~"Above all 105 2, 31 | withstood him to the face," ~adds: "as an equal." Therefore, 106 2, 36 | Contend not in words," adds, "for it ~is to no profit, 107 2, 37 | heresy. Wherefore Jerome adds (In Ep. ad Tit. iii, 10) 108 2, 37 | added to schism, for it adds corrupt doctrine, as Jerome ~ 109 2, 53 | false," and further on he adds: "This prudence is acquired 110 2, 53 | tomorrow," wherefore He adds, "for ~the morrow will be 111 2, 53 | and pleasure; wherefore he adds ~that "Venus doth cozen 112 2, 64 | regards use, wherefore he adds: ~"He who spends too much 113 2, 64 | than robbery. For ~theft adds fraud and guile to the taking 114 2, 65 | punishment of the seducer, adds (Dt. 13:11): ~"That all 115 2, 74 | far as the external act adds something to the act of 116 2, 75 | a higher price?" and he ~adds: "Such were the tradesmen 117 2, 86 | holy, ~pleasing to God," adds, "your reasonable service." 118 2, 87 | not suffice, because James adds, "nor by any other oath." 119 2, 87 | due to God. Hence Jerome adds that "the Jews, through ~ 120 2, 90 | wisdom in superstition," adds: "that is to say in a hypocritical ~ 121 2, 90 | and a little further on he adds: "To this kind belong all 122 2, 92 | unbelief, and to this it adds ~undue worship. But in a 123 2, 94 | bodies. In fact as Augustine adds (De Civ. Dei x, 11), "all 124 2, 108 | Hence it is evident, as he adds (De Consens. Evang. ii), 125 2, 116 | Douay: ~'avarice']," etc. adds (Rm. 1:32): "They who do 126 2, 116 | make ~money. Tully also adds that it is the mark of a " 127 2, 120 | thy God in vain, " adds, i.e. "by giving the name 128 2, 121 | the words quoted, and then adds ~that which pertains properly 129 2, 126 | the matter of liberality adds a certain ~greatness: this 130 2, 126 | for perseverance. ~And he adds three, two of which, namely " 131 2, 126 | ad 1). Hence Macrobius adds security, ~which banishes 132 2, 126 | which banishes fear. He adds a third, namely constancy, 133 2, 127 | salvation," and afterwards he adds, "and as a bride adorned ~ 134 2, 127 | mode of a man, hence he adds ~"or scarcely anything." 135 2, 127 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Tully adds (De Offic. i) that "it belongs 136 2, 139 | and a little further on he adds that "it is the duty of ~ 137 2, 139 | Hence ~the Philosopher adds (Ethic. iii, 11) that "the 138 2, 143 | spiritual," and further on he adds that "many ~things are beautiful 139 2, 149 | to the due end, and as he adds ~(Contra Julian. iv, 3) " 140 2, 150 | that ~she sought." And he adds: "Nobody, I think, would 141 2, 150 | general. Widowhood, however, adds something to ~chastity in 142 2, 152 | and certain other vices, adds: "They who ~do such things 143 2, 152 | done"; ~and afterwards he adds: "For as among the powers 144 2, 152 | becometh ~saints," then he adds: "Or obscenity" (which a 145 2, 152 | Body Para. 4/4~Aristotle adds another reason (2 Polit. 146 2, 156 | is clear that the second adds ~to the first, and the third 147 2, 166 | is within," ~and a gloss adds, "namely, in the conscience." 148 2, 166 | first. As to the second, he adds: "This is the best way ~ 149 2, 166 | should mourn; wherefore he adds: "I sat ~alone, because 150 2, 167 | features." And afterwards he adds: "They lay hands on God, 151 2, 169 | was untrue," as Gregory adds (Hom. i super Ezech.).~Aquin.: 152 2, 173 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Rapture adds something to ecstasy. For 153 2, 174 | of style which human art adds to a ~language, the Apostle 154 2, 178 | Divine light. Wherefore he adds: "For however little he 155 2, 179 | relations with other people he ~adds finally, "and to give to 156 2, 179 | the body. Hence Gregory adds (Moral. ii, 3) that "the 157 2, 180 | Body Para. 2/3~Our Lord adds a ninth reason (Lk. 10:42) 158 2, 180 | very outset." Yet, as he adds further on, "often . . ~. 159 2, 182 | consecration; wherefore Dionysius adds (Eccl. ~Hier. vi): "Hence 160 2, 182 | bishop," and ~afterwards he adds: "Just as priests know that 161 2, 182 | arduousness of the deed ~adds to the perfection of virtue; 162 2, 183 | into one of fear, ~when he adds: It behooveth . . . a bishop 163 2, 183 | indolence"; and afterwards he adds: "Nor prefer your ~ease 164 2, 183 | requirements"; and afterwards he adds: "It is not less criminal 165 2, 184 | need," and afterwards he adds (2 Cor. 8:13): ~"For I mean 166 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 1: As the gloss adds, "when the Apostle said 167 2, 184 | lxiii in Matth.), for He adds (Mt. 19:24): "It is easier 168 2, 184 | defer not ~to pay it," adds at once, "for an unfaithful 169 2, 185 | usefulness of the monks, when he adds at the end of the same ~ 170 2, 185 | to the ~divine praises he adds: "Even while working with 171 2, 185 | one reads?" Fourthly, he adds in reference to ~preaching [* 172 2, 185 | working with our own hands," adds, ~"because no man giveth 173 2, 185 | evidence against them." And he adds further on (De oper. Monach. 174 2, 185 | country," and afterwards he adds: "They all ask, they ~all 175 2, 185 | goat-skins," and a gloss adds - "as Elias and others." ~ 176 2, 186 | and in all ~knowledge," adds (1 Cor. 1:10): "That you 177 2, 186 | enough to leave all, Peter adds that which is perfect, namely, ~' 178 2, 186 | these things." Again he adds afterwards: "Are we to suppose 179 2, 186 | perfection. Hence Gregory adds ~(Dial. iii, 14): "He was 180 2, 187 | 17]," and afterwards he adds: "No time is needed to ~ 181 2, 187 | chosen." And further on he adds (cap. 6) by way of ~reason: " 182 3, 1 | for us?" And he afterwards adds: "If we have been slow to ~ 183 3, 1 | in their midst?" And he adds in answer (De Perseverantia 184 3, 2 | First, because person ~only adds to hypostasis a determinate 185 3, 2 | is granted ~that person adds to hypostasis something 186 3, 2 | he is aiming at, since he adds: "For ~there was not generated, 187 3, 5 | and ~rational soul," and adds afterwards: "The whole was 188 3, 12 | Hence in the same place he adds that "Jesus' withdrawal 189 3, 15 | and ~enslaved"; hence he adds: "For man's nature is a 190 3, 15 | after the ~foregoing he adds: "Nor, when He thirsted, 191 3, 15 | was no sin in it. Hence he adds: "For He" (i.e. ~Christ) " 192 3, 16 | words (Retract. i, 19), he adds: ~"Wherever I have said 193 3, 16 | if to say: "No!" Hence he adds: "How ~can there be a creature 194 3, 16 | qualification. Hence he afterwards adds (De Fide Orth. iv, 5) that " 195 3, 17 | Son of Man another," he adds: "I say another thing ~by 196 3, 19 | in the same ~epistle he adds: "He performed Divine works 197 3, 19 | suffer human things. And he adds: "He is ~truly the unchangeable 198 3, 21 | to be directed to God, He adds: ~'Nevertheless not as I 199 3, 22 | order of Melchisedech," adds, "Who in ~the days of His 200 3, 22 | the flesh. Wherefore he adds pointedly, ~"that was able 201 3, 28 | good name. Wherefore Luke adds (Lk. 3:23): "Being, ~as 202 3, 28 | virgin shall conceive," but adds: "and shall bear a son." 203 3, 29 | house. Hence the evangelist adds that "he ~was minded to 204 3, 30 | Christ"; and further on he adds: "Her ~nearness as a Mother 205 3, 38 | stating the holiness of John, adds many went out to him, "and 206 3, 39 | quoted above, ~Augustine adds: "Just as it behooved the 207 3, 39 | OBJ 1: The visible mission adds something to the apparition, 208 3, 41 | not have conquered." He adds other ~reasons, saying that " 209 3, 41 | wilt adore me," but he ~adds, "if, falling down"; because, 210 3, 42 | made." And farther on he adds: "It seems as though they 211 3, 44 | R.O. 2 Para. 3/4~Chrysostom adds a fifth miracle (Hom. lxxxviii 212 3, 45 | the zeal of Elias." Hilary adds a sixth ~reason - namely, 213 3, 46 | ordained it - hence ~He adds: "Thy will be done."~Aquin.: 214 3, 46 | evils": upon which the gloss adds: "Not with vices, but ~with 215 3, 47 | sin." And afterwards He adds (Jn. 15:24): ~"If I had 216 3, 47 | and in the same place he adds: "Where no one ~suffers 217 3, 48 | upon which ~the gloss adds, "that is, Christ, who gives 218 3, 52 | the earth?" And a ~gloss adds: "that is - into hell."~ 219 3, 52 | off: accordingly (Peter) adds: "In the days of Noe, when ~ 220 3, 52 | Consequently, when he afterwards adds that "he ~had not yet discovered 221 3, 52 | my day." And therefore he adds: "I fail to see ~that He 222 3, 54 | accordingly the same writer adds: "but the semblance is ~ 223 3, 54 | the Passion; and ~later He adds: "Father, glorify Thy name," 224 3, 56 | the Divine ~Substance, he adds: the soul is beatified by 225 3, 58 | hand of God," the ~gloss adds: "that is, equal to the 226 3, 58 | majesty ~on high," the gloss adds, "that is, in equality with 227 3, 58 | united. Hence Damascene adds in the ~passage quoted: " 228 3, 58 | manner ~of speech the Apostle adds that "He has made us to 229 3, 59 | and when he subsequently ~adds that the Son of Man "came 230 3, 59 | Resurrection: wherefore He adds: "Because the hour cometh ~ 231 3, 59 | this account the Apostle adds (Rm. 14:10): ~"We shall 232 3, 63 | those that approach Him," adds "by making ~them Godlike 233 3, 66 | the sacraments, when he ~adds, "preparing the way for 234 3, 66 | spiritual life, when ~he adds, "the conferring of our 235 3, 72 | the sacramental grace adds ~to the sanctifying grace 236 3, 80 | may profit thee daily," ~adds: "So live, as to deserve 237 3, 80 | communicate thrice each year," adds: "Except those who are hindered 238 3, 80 | sacrilege; hence Pope Gelasius adds (cf. De Consecr. ii), "because 239 3, 82 | servant?" and afterwards He adds: ~"But if that evil servant 240 3, 82 | Christ"; and afterwards he adds: "I am not conscious to 241 3, 84 | with Christ, wherefore he adds ~(Heb. 6:6): "Crucifying 242 3, 88 | condemned for original sin," ~adds: "Nevertheless, for these 243 3, 89 | grace. ~Hence the same gloss adds that "their fall conduces 244 3, 89 | heaven.'" And further on he adds: "For ~holy David did penance 245 Suppl, 25| of Christ," and a gloss adds: i.e. "as though Christ 246 Suppl, 44| generic nature completely, yet adds nothing pertaining to ~dignity; 247 Suppl, 44| namely the "union," and adds determinate ~subjects by 248 Suppl, 62| marriage which ~adultery adds to fornication and for which 249 Suppl, 71| this fact the ~Damascene adds in the same sermon, "the 250 Suppl, 72| judgment: ~wherefore he adds that when the judgment day 251 Suppl, 72| before Him"; and a gloss adds, "to drag sinners into hell." 252 Suppl, 73| ease of execution, ~when he adds "bidding," in resemblance 253 Suppl, 89| the saying wherefore he adds: "By seeing, the evangelist ~ 254 Suppl, 89| the evangelist, since he adds: ~"The Only-begotten Son 255 Suppl, 90| its union with the soul ~adds a certain perfection to 256 Suppl, 93| fitting to virginity, which adds perpetual incorruption to ~ 257 Suppl, 93| and in such the act always adds to the ~character of merit 258 Appen2, 1| the words quoted above, adds: "This we preach, ~holding


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