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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Himself or because they refer to God ~as their beginning 2 1, 13 | order; as sense and science refer respectively to ~sensible 3 1, 14 | distinguished; for this may refer to the ~thing, or to the 4 1, 19 | permission and operation refer to present time, ~permission 5 1, 22 | which disposition may refer either to the type of ~the 6 1, 24 | of blotting out does not refer to the book of life ~as 7 1, 28 | as regards ~the Godhead refer to the substance; for nothing 8 1, 28 | but such things do not refer to the ~substance." Therefore 9 1, 29 | nor does it in itself refer to another, as do the words 10 1, 30 | opposite relations must needs refer to two ~persons: and if 11 1, 32 | monad," ~etc., this does not refer to the generation of the 12 1, 36 | spirating, because acts ~refer to subjects. Yet this does 13 1, 41 | other passages quoted do not refer to the Holy Ghost, but to 14 1, 45 | the word "being" does not refer to the subject of creation, 15 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 1: These passages refer to the evil of penalty, 16 1, 57 | species. But universal species refer ~equally to present, past, 17 1, 57 | far as they are species, refer equally to things present, 18 1, 58 | and ~to night; but they refer this back to the praise 19 1, 58 | in so far as the angels refer to ~God's praise their knowledge 20 1, 58 | their ~proper nature" we refer to the aspect of the thing 21 1, 74 | are said of the third day, refer also ~to the second. Or 22 1, 77 | every kind of being, we must refer a power and its act ~to 23 1, 41 | other passages quoted do not refer to the Holy Ghost, but to 24 1, 46 | the word "being" does not refer to the subject of creation, 25 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 1: These passages refer to the evil of penalty, 26 1, 58 | species. But universal species refer ~equally to present, past, 27 1, 58 | far as they are species, refer equally to things present, 28 1, 59 | and ~to night; but they refer this back to the praise 29 1, 59 | in so far as the angels refer to ~God's praise their knowledge 30 1, 59 | their ~proper nature" we refer to the aspect of the thing 31 1, 73 | are said of the third day, refer also ~to the second. Or 32 1, 76 | every kind of being, we must refer a power and its act ~to 33 1, 78 | but not always, if they refer to ~different things. Now 34 1, 78 | as the thing." Or, if we refer those words ~to the active 35 1, 92 | OBJ 2 and 3: These reasons refer to the image consisting 36 1, 92 | specifically different. Hence we refer the Divine image in man 37 1, 115 | were some who refused to refer to a higher cause such events ~ 38 2, 11 | fructus" [fruit] seem to refer ~to the same, one being 39 2, 16 | i, 4) that "to use is to refer that which is the ~object 40 2, 16 | something else." But "to refer" ~something to another is 41 2, 16 | OBJ 1: Reason does indeed refer one thing to another; but 42 2, 16 | this sense to use is to refer one thing to another.~Aquin.: 43 2, 16 | him alone who knows how to refer it to something ~else, which 44 2, 16 | OBJ 3: The words of Hilary refer to use as applicable to 45 2, 19 | something, and may afterwards refer it to God. And then the 46 2, 19 | particular good, unless he ~refer it to the common good as 47 2, 21 | and it is our duty to ~refer all our actions to the last 48 2, 26 | OBJ 1: The words quoted refer to intellectual or rational 49 2, 35 | present evil. But sorrow can ~refer to both past and future 50 2, 46 | disposition; and this may refer to a ~thing in general or 51 2, 55 | or ordering of love, ~we refer to the end to which virtue 52 2, 64 | simply "non-being"; yet if we refer them to the ~act of the 53 2, 66 | Apostle may be taken to refer to the ~gifts of gratuitous 54 2, 68 | of ~the mind," this may refer figuratively to the fulness 55 2, 68 | These words taken literally refer only ~to the present state: 56 2, 68 | regards ~hope, but may also refer to the future state, as 57 2, 69 | beatitudes: whether they refer to this life?~(3) Of the 58 2, 69 | assigned to the beatitudes refer to this life?~Aquin.: SMT 59 2, 69 | to the beatitudes do not ~refer to this life. Because some 60 2, 69 | Therefore these rewards refer to the life to come.~Aquin.: 61 2, 69 | these punishments do not refer to this life, because frequently 62 2, 69 | rewards of the beatitudes refer ~to this life.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 69 | Therefore these rewards refer to the future life.~Aquin.: 64 2, 69 | that all ~these rewards refer to the life to come; while 65 2, 69 | Monte i, 4) holds them to refer to the present life; and 66 2, 69 | Matth. xv) says that some refer to the future, and some ~ 67 2, 69 | perfect happiness, so as to refer to the future life, or some ~ 68 2, 69 | perfection, in which case they refer to the present life. Because 69 2, 69 | poor in spirit," which may refer either to the contempt ~ 70 2, 69 | Lord correcteth," ~we must refer this to the beatitude of 71 2, 69 | of the ungodly," we must ~refer it to cleanness of heart: 72 2, 72 | Now all ~these divisions refer to the causes of sins. Therefore, 73 2, 72 | distinction is understood to refer, not ~to the part contained 74 2, 72 | species. Accordingly, if we refer to the ~material species 75 2, 72 | have a species. But if we refer to the formal species of ~ 76 2, 76 | said that the words quoted refer to an ordinance of the ~ 77 2, 77 | of sins of weakness, we refer to weakness of ~soul rather 78 2, 88 | it: ~because he does not refer it to that good which gives 79 2, 88 | everyone who does not actually refer ~all his actions to the 80 2, 88 | that one ~fails actually to refer an action to God's glory, 81 2, 88 | s glory, it is enough to refer ~oneself and all that one 82 2, 93 | knowledge, whether they ~refer to the Essence or to the 83 2, 95 | the matters to which ~they refer.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 84 2, 96 | OBJ 1: Audacity seems to refer to the assailing of others. ~ 85 2, 99 | styled ceremonial seem to refer ~to the Divine worship. 86 2, 99 | precepts of the Law which refer to the Divine worship ~are 87 2, 99 | precepts. Now ~the precepts refer to things which have to 88 2, 99 | those ordinances also which refer to punishments and ~rewards 89 2, 100 | those precepts only which refer to our neighbor and ~to 90 2, 100 | charity, unless he also refer all things to God. Wherefore 91 2, 101 | accordingly those which refer to Divine worship are called 92 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts, which refer to the Divine worship, should 93 2, 101 | precepts are those which refer to the worship of God. Now 94 2, 101 | The instruments of worship refer to the "sacred things," 95 2, 101 | to this the "sacraments" refer. The ~second point is their 96 2, 102 | decrees of the New Law, which refer chiefly to ~faith and the 97 2, 102 | are literal: ~whether they refer to the shunning of idolatry; 98 2, 103 | 102]) for the ~ceremonies refer to the divine worship, which 99 2, 104 | precepts: but when they refer to man's relations to ~other 100 2, 104 | precepts: viz. first, that they refer ~to man's relations to other 101 2, 106 | the consummation come," refer to ~the destruction of Jerusalem, 102 2, 107 | and Pharisees thought to ~refer only to the exterior act: 103 2, 107 | He said about it should refer ~to all the others. With 104 2, 112 | was said to Abraham may refer to experimental ~knowledge 105 2, 112 | the fear of God. Or it may refer to a revelation.~ 106 2, 114 | answer that, Merit and reward refer to the same, for a reward 107 2, 1 | to which three ~articles refer, corresponding to the three 108 2, 2 | such as the ~articles which refer to the Incarnation, of which 109 2, 8 | the first two ~arguments refer to the first kind of cleanness; 110 2, 10 | mortal, which he does not refer to the end of faith, so 111 2, 10 | matter which he does not refer to the ~end of his unbelief.~ 112 2, 11 | fellow bishops ought to refer the ~matter to none other 113 2, 13 | this may be understood to refer to the guilt: thus a disease ~ 114 2, 15 | them to thy children" - refer to ~teaching.~Aquin.: SMT 115 2, 17 | the devil himself, it may refer to the hope whereby he ~ 116 2, 21 | precepts of the decalogue refer. Hence in the passage quoted 117 2, 22 | the precepts of the Law refer to acts of virtue. Now ~ 118 2, 24 | reasons. Two of these reasons refer in a general ~way to friendship, 119 2, 25 | part, not however so as to refer the good of the whole to 120 2, 26 | with all his might, and to refer all he has to the love of 121 2, 30 | be ~eased or refreshed," refer to that abundance of alms 122 2, 30 | and you burdened," they refer to ~abundance on the part 123 2, 37 | question must ~be understood to refer to the gravity derived from 124 2, 43 | corresponding to wisdom should ~not refer to peace rather than to 125 2, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: These words refer to the Uncreated Wisdom, 126 2, 46 | synesis" and "gnome" which refer to judgment, so also ~ought 127 2, 51 | according to general law) refer, there is ~"thoughtlessness"; 128 2, 54 | those of the decalogue, ~to refer to justice rather than to 129 2, 61 | having a golden ring,' etc., refer to our daily meetings, who 130 2, 62 | Thou shalt not ~kill' refer to the killing of a man."~ 131 2, 62 | words 'Thou shalt not kill' refer to the killing of a man - 132 2, 62 | a man in ~self-defense, refer this to the public good, 133 2, 62 | words quoted from Augustine refer to the case when one ~man 134 2, 70 | those things done against us refer to the preparedness of the 135 2, 81 | kingdom of God"; and to this refer the words, "Forgive us our ~ 136 2, 81 | God's will, and to this we refer when we say: "And lead us 137 2, 81 | of life, and to this we refer in the words, "Deliver us 138 2, 85 | ought to have done" seems to refer to the past time of legal 139 2, 86 | witnessing" may strictly refer to the inward protestation.~ 140 2, 101 | person, one does not always refer this to God actually.~Aquin.: 141 2, 107 | two ways. In one way we refer to the ~fact that justice 142 2, 107 | in those judgments which refer to another man: and in this ~ 143 2, 108 | OBJ 1: The passages quoted refer to the mischievous lie, 144 2, 120 | whereas in matters that refer to another it appears ~manifestly 145 2, 120 | justice, inasmuch as they refer immediately to acts of ~ 146 2, 123 | OBJ 1: The passages quoted refer to inordinate fear in its 147 2, 130 | glory, for that he does not refer the desire of ~his own glory 148 2, 146 | ii, 5. To this we must refer the saying of 3 Esdra 3: 149 2, 146 | uncleanness," which may ~refer either to the inordinate 150 2, 149 | temperance in so far as they refer to pleasures of touch; which 151 2, 151 | for the end, to which we refer "self-love," which regards 152 2, 151 | the matter, and to this we refer ~"obscene words": for since " 153 2, 152 | also take this decree to refer to those who are promised 154 2, 153 | continence and incontinence refer properly to desires for 155 2, 156 | mentioned by our Lord do not refer to ~the different species 156 2, 159 | things are included that refer to outward signs. One of ~ 157 2, 159 | own capability, so ~as to refer all one's sufficiency to 158 2, 159 | Reply OBJ 4: These degrees refer, not to the thing itself, 159 2, 160 | promise. For God's promises refer to what He will do; and 160 2, 164 | cura" [care], may also refer to elegance of ~apparel 161 2, 165 | curiosity would seem to refer to watching games; ~wherefore 162 2, 166 | The words of Tobias 3 ~refer to excessive mirth; and 163 2, 171 | arguments given at the beginning refer to true prophets whose minds 164 2, 173 | or out of ~the body" may refer not to the very being of 165 2, 181 | and perfection ~seems to refer to "more" and "less," and 166 2, 184 | continence, and ~obedience which refer to outward actions.~Aquin.: 167 2, 184 | OBJ 1: The words quoted refer to things done through weakness 168 2, 185 | is clear that he cannot refer to those ~who sing the canonical 169 2, 186 | neighbor, in so far as we refer them to God, are ~described 170 2, 186 | of . . . Thy sweetness," refer ~"to perfect men returning 171 3, 16 | in the ~reduplication may refer either to the suppositum 172 3, 24 | understood that predestination to refer to the nature ~and not to 173 3, 24 | be no ~difficulty. Others refer the antecedence implied 174 3, 28 | 3 Para. 2/3~Others again refer this to knowledge by sight. 175 3, 29 | the passage of Jerome to refer to the throwing ~of stones 176 3, 31 | The number ten ~may also refer to the decalogue; and the 177 3, 34 | according to the gloss, refer to ~Christ's human nature, 178 3, 39 | by Christ. Some, ~indeed, refer this to the corporeal vision, 179 3, 46 | are to ~be understood to refer to the fourteenth day of 180 3, 66 | kingdom of God, ~seem to refer to the future rather than 181 3, 67 | shall fall out, let ~them refer it to thee, and let them 182 3, 72 | their leaders. And to this refer the words, "I ~sign thee 183 3, 75 | movement, but not if they refer to ~different things. Hence 184 3, 78 | especially ~since they refer to the properties of this 185 3, 83 | consequently some ~things which refer to the people are sung by 186 3, 84 | sacraments which precede Penance refer to the ~ship in its integrity, 187 3, 86 | words of Gregory do not refer to the forgiveness of ~the 188 3, 88 | saying of Augustine seems to refer to the return of ~sins as 189 3, 89 | it profiteth me nothing,' refer to the ~obtaining of the 190 Suppl, 1 | question in point does not refer to contrition in this sense, 191 Suppl, 2 | of the will, which cannot refer to ~that which is not known. 192 Suppl, 4 | words of Ecclesiasticus refer to worldly joy: and the ~ 193 Suppl, 9 | quantity of his guilt, and refer him to the superior ~with 194 Suppl, 9 | must understand this to refer to tears of the heart.~ 195 Suppl, 11| consent, a superior may refer him by ~letter to an inferior 196 Suppl, 20| arise" among you, "you shall refer it to them." It seems, ~ 197 Suppl, 20| graver sins, but ~should refer him to his superior.~Aquin.: 198 Suppl, 20| which a simple priest must refer his penitent to his ~superior. 199 Suppl, 20| particular sin, but must refer her to ~another: nor should 200 Suppl, 20| of the punishment he must refer the penitent to the ~superior, 201 Suppl, 37| is ~sufficiently vague to refer either to the Roman rite, 202 Suppl, 40| received. The words of Hugh refer to those who have no means 203 Suppl, 45| expressed in words which refer to the future, but ~an act 204 Suppl, 47| it matter whether they ~refer to his own person, or to 205 Suppl, 47| But if the condition ~refer to the future, it is either 206 Suppl, 47| words of the Apostle do not refer to those matters in ~which 207 Suppl, 49| offspring" and "faith" refer thereto on the ~part of 208 Suppl, 49| amounts to a sin does not refer ~to the passion's quantitative 209 Suppl, 49| Further, whoever fails to refer the use of a creature to 210 Suppl, 49| for mere pleasure does not refer that use to God. Therefore 211 Suppl, 49| Although he does not actually refer the pleasure to God, he ~ 212 Suppl, 50| other sacraments which ~refer to one person taken individually; 213 Suppl, 51| excuse from sin unless it refer to a circumstance the ~presence 214 Suppl, 54| and ~consequently must refer to the union of marriage. 215 Suppl, 59| The words of the Master refer to betrothal, because a ~ 216 Suppl, 62| Now ~a man ought not to refer to the Church the crime 217 Suppl, 71| them the words of Job 19:8, refer: "He hath hedged in my path ~ 218 Suppl, 71| above, that these words refer to the retribution which 219 Suppl, 71| OBJ 2: The words quoted refer expressly to the sequel 220 Suppl, 71| OBJ 1: The words quoted refer to those who are in the 221 Suppl, 72| something, this would seem to refer to Christ's person, and ~ 222 Suppl, 72| of the world (Ep. lxxx), refer not only to Christ's coming ~ 223 Suppl, 72| say: ~Peace and security," refer to the wicked, who will 224 Suppl, 72| Those words of ~the psalm refer to the aerial heavens which 225 Suppl, 72| we may reply that if they refer also to ~the higher heavens, 226 Suppl, 72| expounds these words, they refer to the ~spiritual resurrection 227 Suppl, 72| particular judgment. or else they refer to the wicked who are altogether ~ 228 Suppl, 72| else the restriction may refer to the children consigned 229 Suppl, 74| appointed by Daniel does not refer to a ~number of years to 230 Suppl, 75| the dead." Now this cannot refer to the time ~of judgment, 231 Suppl, 75| therefore this distinction ~must refer to the previous time, and 232 Suppl, 75| petitions of the Lord's prayer refer to the present life: and 233 Suppl, 80| to the Objections which refer to the ~subtlety of rarefaction.~ 234 Suppl, 84| ad 1]. Or else we may refer the first books to the ~ 235 Suppl, 85| the Gospels do ~not all refer to the second advent which 236 Suppl, 85| some, in fact many of them, refer ~to the advent whereby He 237 Suppl, 86| angels?" But this cannot refer to the state of the present 238 Suppl, 86| time. ~Therefore it should refer to the judgment to come.~ 239 Suppl, 88| Reply OBJ 1: These words refer to the earth in its present 240 Suppl, 88| elect is complete. Or it may refer ~to the desire of the future 241 Suppl, 89| authorities must be understood to refer ~to the knowledge whereby 242 Suppl, 89| which He has. But if we refer the mode to the knower, 243 Suppl, 89| before they happen," cannot refer to those things which God ~ 244 Suppl, 89| never happen; but it must refer to those things which God 245 Suppl, 92| conformity must be understood to refer to the thing ~which is a 246 Suppl, 93| the aureole; but if he ~refer it to Christ he will merit 247 Suppl, 94| different persons. Some refer both to the body, some, ~ 248 Suppl, 94| both to the soul: others refer the fire, in the literal 249 Suppl, 94| where the words "in heaven" refer to the ~angels, "on earth" 250 Suppl, 94| him out of the globe," ~refer to the surface of the earth [*" 251 Suppl, 94| reply that ~these words refer to the punishments inflicted 252 Suppl, 96| These words of the Psalm refer to the vessels of mercy, ~ 253 Suppl, 96| may also reply that they refer to mercy as granting a relaxation


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