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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | it ~is natural to man to attain to intellectual truths through 2 1, 9 | which ~enables anything to attain its perfection either in 3 1, 9 | their finite power they attain to certain fresh ~places - 4 1, 10 | 1/3~I answer that, As we attain to the knowledge of simple 5 1, 10 | compound things, cannot attain to the knowledge of simple ~ 6 1, 12 | God, it would either never attain to beatitude, ~or its beatitude 7 1, 12 | God; yet "for the mind to attain to God in some degree is 8 1, 12 | itself, because he does not attain to that perfect ~mode of 9 1, 12 | no created ~intellect can attain to that perfect mode of 10 1, 12 | Therefore natural reason cannot attain to know Him.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 14 | things from universal causes attain to certain forms ~and powers 12 1, 19 | without which we cannot attain to the fruition of that ~ 13 1, 19 | are others by ~which we attain to it more perfectly, and 14 1, 20 | irrational creatures cannot attain to loving God, ~nor to any 15 1, 23 | which end created being can attain according to the power of 16 1, 23 | Now if a thing cannot attain to something by the power 17 1, 23 | creatures in themselves cannot attain to the ~simplicity of God. 18 1, 23 | more especially those who attain to eternal happiness, ~since 19 1, 23 | or foolish; ~but they who attain to a profound knowledge 20 1, 23 | also anything else done to attain salvation; because ~whether 21 1, 23 | not, the predestined would attain, and ~the reprobate would 22 1, 23 | the reprobate would not attain, eternal salvation. But 23 1, 23 | without which one would not attain to ~salvation. Whence, the 24 1, 25 | end to which it does not attain. But the ~power of God is 25 1, 32 | that, It is impossible to attain to the knowledge of the ~ 26 1, 32 | Now, our ~intellect cannot attain to the absolute simplicity 27 1, 38 | creature does sometimes attain thereto; as when it is made ~ 28 1, 42 | Son ~by generation should attain to the possession of the 29 1, 44 | Although creatures do not attain to a natural likeness to ~ 30 1, 44 | begetting, still they do attain to likeness to Him, forasmuch 31 1, 50 | hence our intellect cannot attain to ~apprehend them, as they 32 1, 55 | nature; consequently ~they attain their intelligible perfection 33 1, 62 | of the agent striving to attain it; wherefore it ~is looked 34 1, 62 | of an angel instantly to attain the ~perfection unto which 35 1, 62 | cannot of its ~own power attain to its beatitude, which 36 1, 63 | to ~which he could not attain without ceasing to exist. 37 1, 63 | something which he could attain by the virtue of his own 38 1, 63 | For since the angels ~attain beatitude by one meritorious 39 1, 63 | in order that it might ~attain to beatitude. If therefore 40 1, 63 | leader, so that they might attain their ultimate beatitude 41 1, 65 | their ~end, since they can attain to Him by their own operations, 42 1, 38 | creature does sometimes attain thereto; as when it is made ~ 43 1, 42 | Son ~by generation should attain to the possession of the 44 1, 45 | Although creatures do not attain to a natural likeness to ~ 45 1, 45 | begetting, still they do attain to likeness to Him, forasmuch 46 1, 51 | hence our intellect cannot attain to ~apprehend them, as they 47 1, 56 | nature; consequently ~they attain their intelligible perfection 48 1, 63 | of the agent striving to attain it; wherefore it ~is looked 49 1, 63 | of an angel instantly to attain the ~perfection unto which 50 1, 63 | cannot of its ~own power attain to its beatitude, which 51 1, 64 | to ~which he could not attain without ceasing to exist. 52 1, 64 | something which he could attain by the virtue of his own 53 1, 64 | For since the angels ~attain beatitude by one meritorious 54 1, 64 | in order that it might ~attain to beatitude. If therefore 55 1, 64 | leader, so that they might attain their ultimate beatitude 56 1, 66 | their ~end, since they can attain to Him by their own operations, 57 1, 78 | than man that they cannot ~attain to the knowledge of truth, 58 1, 84 | generated, ~which do not attain to perfection all at once 59 1, 87 | only the few of any species attain to the end of the species.~ 60 1, 87 | purposeless, which fails to attain its end. ~It does not follow, 61 1, 92 | in such a way as not to attain to the likeness of species. 62 1, 92 | rational ~creatures seem to attain, after a fashion, to the 63 1, 93 | medium is that whereby we attain to the knowledge of something 64 1, 93 | need for ~the first man to attain to the knowledge of God 65 1, 112 | foreknown to damnation, never attain to eternal life. ~Infidels, 66 2, 1 | other rational creatures ~attain to their last end by knowing 67 2, 2 | glory; because by this men attain to eternity after a fashion. ~ 68 2, 2 | itself, which we desire to attain, and the use, namely, the ~ 69 2, 3 | itself which we desire to attain: thus ~for the miser, the 70 2, 3 | capable of happiness can attain to various degrees of ~perfection, 71 2, 3 | are sensible, which we attain by the operation of the 72 2, 3 | goods alone, however, we attain through the operation of 73 2, 3 | For at first we desire to attain an ~intelligible end; we 74 2, 3 | an ~intelligible end; we attain it, through its being made 75 2, 3 | Consequently we first attain an ~intelligible end by 76 2, 3 | intellect; just as we first attain a ~sensible end by an act 77 2, 3 | happiness that which does not attain thereto, but partakes of ~ 78 2, 3 | ministration he helps ~man to attain to happiness; but he is 79 2, 3 | perfection of each power is to attain that in which is found ~ 80 2, 4 | apprehension of the senses does not attain to the ~universal good, 81 2, 4 | and it is impossible to ~attain it: and then, too, it is 82 2, 4 | sometimes it is ~possible to attain it, yet it is raised above 83 2, 4 | from their bodies, ~do not attain to that Happiness until 84 2, 4 | would still wish the body to attain to its share.~Aquin.: SMT 85 2, 5 | inquiry:~(1) Whether man can attain Happiness?~(2) Whether one 86 2, 5 | lost?~(5) Whether man can attain Happiness by means of his 87 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Whether man can attain happiness?~Aquin.: SMT FS 88 2, 5 | would seem that man cannot attain happiness. For just as the ~ 89 2, 5 | sensitive nature only, ~cannot attain the end of the rational 90 2, 5 | who is of rational nature, attain the end of the intellectual 91 2, 5 | 7). Therefore he cannot attain Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT FS 92 2, 5 | it seems that he cannot attain Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT FS 93 2, 5 | of the Perfect Good can attain Happiness. Now, that ~man 94 2, 5 | it. And therefore man can attain Happiness. This can be proved ~ 95 2, 5 | the rational nature can ~attain Happiness, which is the 96 2, 5 | sensitive nature can nowise attain this end.~Aquin.: SMT FS 97 2, 5 | is evident that none can ~attain true and perfect Happiness 98 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Whether man can attain happiness by his natural 99 2, 5 | would seem that man can attain Happiness by his natural ~ 100 2, 5 | nature. Therefore man can attain Happiness by his ~natural 101 2, 5 | irrational creatures ~can attain their end by their natural 102 2, 5 | more therefore can man ~attain Happiness by his natural 103 2, 5 | actions; it seems ~that he can attain to perfect operation, i.e. 104 2, 5 | Therefore man cannot attain Happiness by his natural 105 2, 5 | nor ~any creature, can attain final Happiness by his natural 106 2, 5 | him not the wherewithal to attain Happiness: ~since this it 107 2, 5 | OBJ 2: The nature that can attain perfect good, although it 108 2, 5 | from without in order to attain it, is of more noble condition 109 2, 5 | than ~a nature which cannot attain perfect good, but attains 110 2, 5 | from without in order to attain it, as the ~Philosopher 111 2, 5 | disposed to health ~who can attain perfect health, albeit by 112 2, 5 | medicine, than he who ~can attain but imperfect health, without 113 2, 5 | rational creature, which can attain the perfect good of ~happiness, 114 2, 11 | knowledge, although they attain an end, have no enjoyment ~ 115 2, 20 | Every agent intends to attain good and avoid evil. If ~ 116 2, 29 | apprehension or of appetite, can attain the universal: because the ~ 117 2, 30 | is not delighted until he attain the ultimate term. ~Therefore, 118 2, 31 | natural ~things some happen to attain to their natural perfections, 119 2, 31 | since the majority cannot attain spiritual pleasures, which 120 2, 44 | evil, so do we, in order to attain good things. But whereas 121 2, 50 | this reason, in order to attain to God ~Himself, through 122 2, 55 | through the law, so as to attain to the limit of its ~possibility. ~ 123 2, 57 | wrong. The matter does not attain to its ~final complement 124 2, 60 | we consider it as hard to attain, and as ~an object of hope, 125 2, 65 | with God, and to ~hope to attain to this fellowship. Therefore 126 2, 66 | disposed than another to attain ~to the mean of virtue which 127 2, 66 | each moral ~virtue is to attain the mean in the matter proper 128 2, 67 | the wayfarer can ~never attain to equality with the charity 129 2, 67 | charity of the wayfarer cannot attain to the ~perfection of the 130 2, 68 | salvation that he should attain to a perfection surpassing 131 2, 68 | the seven gifts, "never attain the ~perfection of the number 132 2, 99 | to which right reason can attain, ~such as the Unity of the 133 2, 108 | reason, and so we cannot ~attain to them except through grace. 134 2, 108 | the things of this world, attain to eternal happiness, ~provided 135 2, 108 | end in them: but he will attain more ~speedily thereto by 136 2, 109 | its natural endowments can attain its end. Much ~more, therefore, 137 2, 109 | more, therefore, may man attain to life everlasting by his 138 2, 111 | certain works it ~should attain to something further. And 139 2, 111 | will interiorly so as to attain to the act, and by granting 140 2, 112 | whose heart He moves should attain to grace, he will ~infallibly 141 2, 112 | grace, he will ~infallibly attain to it, according to Jn. 142 2, 113 | of the ungodly that we ~attain the grace of a wayfarer. 143 2, 114 | ordained human nature to attain the end of eternal ~life, 144 2, 114 | A[5]). Now ~no one can attain life everlasting unless 145 2, 114 | whereby a man is helped to attain beatitude after the first ~ 146 2, 114 | goods to ~enable them to attain to everlasting life; and 147 2, 2 | yet its knowledge does not attain the perfection of ~clear 148 2, 2 | since other creatures do not attain to the universal, ~but only 149 2, 2 | which vision man cannot attain unless ~he be taught by 150 2, 16 | human act to be good and to ~attain its due rule.~Aquin.: SMT 151 2, 16 | the reason, because to attain thus is to make good use 152 2, 22 | another. But faith and hope attain God indeed in so far as 153 2, 22 | other moral ~virtues, which attain reason in so far as it appoints 154 2, 23 | by continual increase, attain to ~the quantity of another 155 2, 24 | irrational creature cannot attain. ~Therefore we cannot have 156 2, 24 | the body, we are able to ~attain to the perfect knowledge 157 2, 26 | that is in so far as they ~attain to the measure. Hence there 158 2, 26 | unmodified if it fails to attain to ~the measure, whether 159 2, 26 | whereby principally we attain to our last end, as stated 160 2, 28 | desires anything, desires to attain, ~with tranquillity and 161 2, 31 | though it does not perfectly attain the good of ~virtue, it 162 2, 33 | mortal, save ~when they attain to their perfection. Because 163 2, 45 | manner of nature intends to attain ~the mean. Since, however, 164 2, 53 | apparently true, in order to ~attain some end either good or 165 2, 81 | its own way, desire to ~attain the Divine goodness. Thus 166 2, 86 | by vow. If, however, they attain the use of ~reason, before 167 2, 109 | holiness, yet are unable to attain the merit of perfection. ~ 168 2, 124 | helping us instrumentally to attain those things that pertain ~ 169 2, 137 | Ghost, in order that he ~may attain the end of each work begun, 170 2, 137 | not in a man's ~power to attain the end of his work, or 171 2, 139 | reason employs in order to attain its ~proper end: and that 172 2, 142 | thereto, but not so as to attain to the perfection of honesty.~ 173 2, 150 | general; but it does not attain to that which is perfect 174 2, 153 | by them: yet it does not attain to the perfect ~nature of 175 2, 161 | Him; so that in wishing to attain to God's likeness by eating 176 2, 161 | wherefore he did not wish to attain to God's likeness ~against 177 2, 161 | consisted in wishing to attain thereto ~by his own power. 178 2, 172 | called, ~because they do not attain to supernatural truth. The 179 2, 173 | faculty of man in order to ~attain that good, he needs the 180 2, 178 | present life can nowise ~attain to the vision of God's essence. 181 2, 178 | of the present life can attain to the ~vision of the Divine 182 2, 178 | so that afterwards it may attain to the glory of ~vision." 183 2, 182 | precept, if one does not attain to the intermediate ~degrees 184 2, 182 | perfection, provided one attain to the lowest.~Aquin.: SMT 185 2, 182 | in order that ~any one attain to a state of freedom or 186 2, 182 | perfection rather than that they attain the state of perfection.~ 187 2, 182 | already in sacred orders, attain to something they ~had not 188 2, 182 | residence ~in a monastery attain to the order of clerics, 189 2, 183 | residence in a monastery ~attain to the order of clerics, 190 2, 184 | professes to endeavor to attain perfection; even as he ~ 191 2, 184 | great virtue that he can attain to perfection though rich 192 2, 184 | religion whereby men seek to attain to that which is ~better.~ 193 2, 184 | or exercised in order to attain a certain end must needs ~ 194 2, 184 | instructed ~or exercised so as to attain that end as disciples under 195 2, 184 | were a figure of those "who attain the summit of perfection," 196 2, 187 | enter religion in order to attain ~to yet greater perfection, 197 2, 187 | easily to avoid sin and attain to perfection.~Aquin.: SMT 198 2, 187 | after such a vow one cannot attain to the end of salvation 199 2, 187 | of guile, which ~use boys attain, as a rule, at about the 200 2, 187 | necessity, while trying to attain them all, end in acquiring ~ 201 2, 187 | doing one may be able to attain to perfection; whereas it 202 2, 187 | whether they may be able to ~attain to perfection by entering 203 3 | of truth, whereby we may attain to the bliss ~of eternal 204 3 | sacraments by which we attain to our salvation; (3) the 205 3 | immortal ~life to which we attain by the resurrection.~Aquin.: 206 3, 1 | without which we cannot attain to the end.~Aquin.: SMT 207 3, 2 | which they ~were able to attain only by the Incarnation; 208 3, 4 | such a likeness is, can ~attain to God by its own operation 209 3, 7 | whose operations ~were to attain so closely to God by knowledge 210 3, 7 | Hence it behooved it to attain ~to God by a created act 211 3, 7 | finite thing by addition can attain to the ~quantity of any 212 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 3: The lesser can attain by augment to the quantity 213 3, 20 | His human nature, did not ~attain to the height of Divine 214 3, 21 | Him," ~and that they might attain to being with Him (Jn. 17: 215 3, 21 | 20,21,24). But not ~all attain to this. Therefore not every 216 3, 22 | of the Old Law could not attain to such perfection as not 217 3, 33 | quantity to ~which it will attain by development: that is 218 3, 33 | generated. ~Therefore it did not attain to its ultimate perfection, 219 3, 34 | those who by advancing attain to the spiritual state. 220 3, 38 | whereas ~the sacraments attain their effect through the 221 3, 44 | nothing ~is perfect except it attain its end. Now the end of 222 3, 53 | rising He was the first to attain life utterly ~immortal, 223 3, 55 | charity, they shall also attain ~greater glory from the 224 3, 55 | in order that men might ~attain beatitude through Him, according 225 3, 72 | just as it can in old age attain to ~spiritual birth, so 226 3, 72 | spiritual birth, so can it attain to perfect (spiritual) age 227 3, 72 | even in childhood man can attain to the perfection of ~spiritual 228 3, 80 | imperfect, which does not ~attain the perfection of its species, 229 Suppl, 59| real, because they cannot attain the end of real virtue, 230 Suppl, 72| consummation which they will attain in the end. Nor did the 231 Suppl, 72| which ~elemental matter can attain. Now all things will be 232 Suppl, 72| held that man is able to attain this end in this life: wherefore 233 Suppl, 72| wherein man would be able to ~attain to his perfection: and so 234 Suppl, 74| to the Head, they do not attain to the character of ~headship 235 Suppl, 74| those things to which men attain by natural ~reason are much 236 Suppl, 77| flesh ~does not so perfectly attain to the species of flesh 237 Suppl, 78| his nature, since man can attain to this in his ~present 238 Suppl, 81| glorified body will ~never attain to the dignity of the spiritual 239 Suppl, 86| certain degree of virtue, ~attain to the eminence that attaches 240 Suppl, 87| their intellect does not attain to ~the very essence of 241 Suppl, 88| however, will be unable to ~attain to this vision of the Essence; 242 Suppl, 89| the human intellect can attain to the vision of God in 243 Suppl, 89| the human intellect cannot attain to the ~vision of God in 244 Suppl, 89| intellect will be ~unable to attain to the vision of the Divine 245 Suppl, 89| But the senses can nowise attain to the ~sight of a spiritual 246 Suppl, 89| our intellect be ~able to attain to the vision of the Divine 247 Suppl, 89| which is created, ~cannot attain to be an uncreated essence, 248 Suppl, 89| human intellect can never attain ~to the vision of God in 249 Suppl, 89| his intellect man does not attain to the vision of ~the Divine 250 Suppl, 89| intellect will at length attain to the vision of the Divine 251 Suppl, 89| philosophers, that it will attain to the vision of ~separate 252 Suppl, 89| defective, when it does not attain to the same specific nature 253 Suppl, 89| likeness when it does not attain to the same ~generic nature, 254 Suppl, 89| Pope Linus that he did not ~attain to the glory of Peter.~Aquin.: 255 Suppl, 93| indeed it may possibly attain to a higher reward, if we ~


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