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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | befit this science, ~which holds the highest place of all. 2 1, 3 | potentiality. The same argument holds good in other things. Hence 3 1, 6 | Therefore the first supposition holds good. Therefore ~everything 4 1, 11 | unity of the Divine Trinity holds the first place."~Aquin.: 5 1, 13 | creatures, the same rule holds good of all things that 6 1, 14 | signifies that one ~thing holds and includes another; and 7 1, 14 | say that this distinction holds good with ~regard to forms 8 1, 28 | Phys. iii), this argument ~holds, that whatever things are 9 1, 32 | requires partnership, this holds in the case of one not having ~ 10 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This holds good against those who say 11 1, 40 | more remains; and the same holds as ~regards the other persons.~ 12 1, 47 | persuaded Origen: but it holds ~only as regards the distribution 13 1, 50 | each thing by its own self holds a determinate grade in ~ 14 1, 60 | Reply OBJ 1: Such reasoning holds good of things adequately 15 1, 61 | eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this without doubt; and 16 1, 61 | Fathers. The more probable one holds that the angels ~were created 17 1, 62 | of nature; as Augustine holds with ~regard to the formation 18 1, 63 | does not satisfy. For it holds good only in such ~movements 19 1, 66 | other writers. Augustine holds that by the words ~"earth" 20 1, 67 | accidental, among which light holds the first ~place.~Aquin.: 21 1, 68 | natural ~order, as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,24), 22 1, 68 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) holds ~as one heaven all the space 23 1, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: The argument holds good as to the heaven, in 24 1, 69 | formlessness of water, which holds the middle ~place, is called 25 1, 70 | formless ~matter, as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11), or 26 1, 70 | object moved, and since Plato holds the heavenly ~bodies to 27 1, 71 | the fifth day actually, he holds that the nature ~of the 28 1, 74 | say, over what Augustine holds to mean formless ~matter, 29 1, 76 | of the Philosopher, who holds that understanding is not 30 1, 76 | to remark that if anyone holds that the soul is composed 31 1, 76 | in the order of nature, holds the ~lowest place among 32 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This holds good against those who say 33 1, 40 | more remains; and the same holds as ~regards the other persons.~ 34 1, 48 | persuaded Origen: but it holds ~only as regards the distribution 35 1, 51 | each thing by its own self holds a determinate grade in ~ 36 1, 61 | Reply OBJ 1: Such reasoning holds good of things adequately 37 1, 62 | eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this without doubt; and 38 1, 62 | Fathers. The more probable one holds that the angels ~were created 39 1, 63 | of nature; as Augustine holds with ~regard to the formation 40 1, 64 | does not satisfy. For it holds good only in such ~movements 41 1, 67 | other writers. Augustine holds that by the words ~"earth" 42 1, 68 | accidental, among which light holds the first ~place.~Aquin.: 43 1, 69 | natural ~order, as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,24), 44 1, 69 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) holds ~as one heaven all the space 45 1, 69 | Reply OBJ 2: The argument holds good as to the heaven, in 46 1, 70 | formlessness of water, which holds the middle ~place, is called 47 1, 71 | formless ~matter, as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11), or 48 1, 71 | object moved, and since Plato holds the heavenly ~bodies to 49 1, 71 | the fifth day actually, he holds that the nature ~of the 50 1, 73 | say, over what Augustine holds to mean formless ~matter, 51 1, 75 | of the Philosopher, who holds that understanding is not 52 1, 75 | to remark that if anyone holds that the soul is composed 53 1, 75 | in the order of nature, holds the ~lowest place among 54 1, 78 | therefore, corporeal matter holds the forms which ~it receives, 55 1, 81 | contrary, The Philosopher holds the intellect to be the 56 1, 84 | But ~the human intellect holds a middle place: for it is 57 1, 84 | man; and the same ~reason holds in comparing any more universal 58 1, 87 | whether (as he says Alexander holds) the passive intellect ~ 59 1, 89 | the form. The same reason holds if the soul ~is supposed 60 1, 90 | him man's ~soul, which he holds to have been made with the 61 1, 103 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument holds in regard to that preservation 62 1, 107 | Dionysius. For to work miracles holds the ~first place in the 63 1, 117 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument holds in the case of diverse agents 64 2, 7 | OBJ 3: Further, that which holds the foremost place in regard 65 2, 8 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument holds in respect of the will being 66 2, 10 | man, and the passion alone holds ~its sway: or if there be 67 2, 14 | itself as to be done first, ~holds the position of an ultimate 68 2, 15 | decision belongs to him who holds the highest ~place, and 69 2, 17 | Reply OBJ 2: The comparison holds in a certain respect: because, 70 2, 19 | The saying of Augustine holds good when it is known that ~ 71 2, 28 | itself with a love that holds it together," i.e. that 72 2, 33 | takes pleasure in a thing holds it fast, by ~clinging to 73 2, 36 | movement of the animal appetite holds the same place in ~the actions 74 2, 47 | OBJ 4: Further, he that holds his tongue when another 75 2, 48 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument holds in regard to pleasure caused 76 2, 55 | constituted that the body holds the place of matter, the ~ 77 2, 56 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 3) holds that science, wisdom and 78 2, 60 | moral matters the reason holds the place of ~commander 79 2, 63 | that the First Objection holds good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] 80 2, 64 | which is has of ~reason, it holds the position of one extreme, 81 2, 64 | respect of its matter, then it holds ~the position of mean, in 82 2, 64 | presumption. Likewise faith holds a middle course between ~ 83 2, 64 | infinite. In like manner faith ~holds a middle course between 84 2, 65 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument holds good of virtue in the sense 85 2, 66 | matters of life and ~death, holds the first place among those 86 2, 67 | principles: while faith holds a middle ~place, for it 87 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument holds, in the case of an instrument 88 2, 69 | Serm. Dom. ~in Monte i, 4) holds them to refer to the present 89 2, 74 | thinks of God's ~law, it holds it in actual contempt: and 90 2, 83 | relation to original sin, holds the ~position of matter 91 2, 89 | directed under the end, which holds the highest ~place, being 92 2, 90 | practical ~reason something that holds the same position in regard 93 2, 90 | intellect, the proposition holds in regard to ~conclusions. 94 2, 96 | subjects. The power that man holds from God does not extend 95 2, 98 | powers or arts, he that holds the highest place, himself ~ 96 2, 100 | regarding God. This argument holds in respect of affirmative 97 2, 100 | execution, yet its prohibition holds a later position in the 98 2, 104 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument holds in respect of those precepts 99 2, 104 | principal in moral matters, holds the same ~position, in man, 100 2, 104 | him, as a prince or ~judge holds in the state. Nevertheless 101 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument holds true of the New Law, not 102 2, 107 | promise of a future gift holds no longer when it has been 103 2, 107 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, who holds the container holds the 104 2, 107 | who holds the container holds the contents. If, ~therefore, 105 2, 113 | regeneration. And the same reason holds good ~with madmen and idiots 106 2, 5 | the habit of faith, ~but holds that which is of faith otherwise 107 2, 5 | evident that a man whose mind holds a conclusion without knowing 108 2, 5 | taught by the Church, he holds what he chooses to hold, ~ 109 2, 5 | the habit of faith; but he holds the things that ~are of 110 2, 7 | equalling oneself to Him, and holds ~Him in reverence, inasmuch 111 2, 10 | is opposed to that which holds a ~more important place 112 2, 10 | reason: yet the comparison holds good after the child has 113 2, 11 | place. Consequently he ~that holds the Christian faith aright, 114 2, 18 | Monte i, 4) filial fear holds ~the first place, as it 115 2, 18 | possibly occur, but a fear that holds fast ~to a good which we 116 2, 18 | earthly goods, ~wherefore fear holds the first place among the 117 2, 20 | virtue of magnanimity which holds to the mean in this kind 118 2, 21 | promulgation of the Law, Holy Writ holds out to man many inducements 119 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument holds good in those things which 120 2, 24 | his reasonable mind ~which holds the first place in him, 121 2, 32 | neighbor in respect of what he ~holds from God, i.e. in respect 122 2, 35 | to wit, as one man's will holds fast to one thing, while 123 2, 35 | while the other man's ~will holds fast to something else. 124 2, 35 | else. Now if a man's will holds fast to its ~own ground, 125 2, 35 | Therefore discord, whereby a man holds to his own ~way of thinking, 126 2, 36 | far as a contentious man holds to something, it is ~akin 127 2, 37 | schismatic ~is one who holds the same faith, and practises 128 2, 37 | whereas ~a heretic is one who holds another faith from that 129 2, 37 | heresy to be that heresy holds ~false doctrine while schism 130 2, 59 | common goods, according as he holds a more prominent position 131 2, 66 | accusation, the accuser holds the position of a party 132 2, 76 | borrower. Hence the borrower holds the money at his own risk 133 2, 86 | Since the Sovereign Pontiff holds the place of Christ ~throughout 134 2, 92 | the contrary of what ~one holds inwardly of the true faith 135 2, 99 | them. on both counts God holds first place, for He is supremely ~ 136 2, 102 | praiseworthy, the less it holds its own." But every ~special 137 2, 102 | to be praised the more it holds its own, ~since virtue requires 138 2, 102 | perishes or diminishes ~when it holds its own in agreeable matters," 139 2, 102 | moral virtues, whereby he ~holds in contempt some earthly 140 2, 102 | children of the king who holds sway over that kingdom ~ 141 2, 107 | it is a kind of equality, holds to the exact ~mean. Therefore 142 2, 121 | of the latter, fortitude holds the first place, because 143 2, 122 | be a Christian because he holds the faith of Christ. ~Therefore 144 2, 127 | others; fifthly, because he ~holds to the barren things rather 145 2, 127 | consideration of the gifts he holds from God: ~thus if his soul 146 2, 136 | to be ~pertinacious who holds on impudently, as being 147 2, 143 | because the vices which it holds in ~check are the most deserving 148 2, 149 | so long as her mind ~holds to its purpose, whereby 149 2, 153 | the very fact that a man holds [tenet se] to that ~which 150 2, 153 | and ~truly continent who holds to right reason, by abstaining 151 2, 153 | desires, and not he who holds to perverse reason, by abstaining 152 2, 154 | most part, whatever she holds to, she holds to it weakly; ~ 153 2, 154 | whatever she holds to, she holds to it weakly; ~although 154 2, 154 | counselled, ~because he holds to it in weakly fashion 155 2, 154 | inclined to be penitent, for he holds on to his ~choice: but every 156 2, 154 | estimate of the last end, which holds the ~same position as the 157 2, 156 | abiding displeasure, which he holds ~locked in his breast; and 158 2, 157 | with verity, because it holds to justice without attending 159 2, 159 | obstacles: and thus humility holds the first place, inasmuch 160 2, 162 | in ~Gen. lxxix], however, holds that, before sin, the earth 161 2, 170 | soul, from that which it holds, is able to foreknow the 162 2, 171 | first of these two that holds the chief place in prophecy, ~ 163 2, 172 | through an ~imaginary vision, holds the mean between the prophecy 164 2, 187 | sinners to virtue?' If this holds true, if all are fools with 165 2, 187 | than ~loosen the rope that holds the boat to the shore." 166 3, 1 | Christian doctrine nowhere holds that God was so joined to 167 3, 1 | high a place human nature holds ~amongst creatures, inasmuch 168 3, 2 | anathema against such a one as holds "one person in dignity, 169 3, 2 | Sent. iii, D, 6), which holds one ~hypostasis of God and 170 3, 2 | the first opinion which holds two ~hypostases, and the 171 3, 2 | hypostases, and the third which holds an accidental union, are 172 3, 2 | OBJ 2: Further, the end holds first place in everything. 173 3, 8 | Power," and the same reason holds good with the other ~orders 174 3, 14 | all bodily defects death holds the chief place. ~Now Christ 175 3, 15 | by reason, for meekness holds the mean in anger.~Aquin.: 176 3, 25 | further on: "If anyone holds a contrary opinion, he is 177 3, 27 | purity of the Blessed Virgin holds the highest place. For Christ 178 3, 46 | s Passion. And the same ~holds good of all things foreknown 179 3, 46 | ordinance. ~And the same reason holds good of that necessity which 180 3, 46 | and Aristotle ~(Ethic. ii) holds that moral virtue fixes 181 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 3: Such argument holds good of the totality of 182 3, 54 | body: and ~the same reason holds good for all the particles 183 3, 57 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument holds good of Christ's body according 184 3, 58 | Reply OBJ 2: The argument holds good if sitting at the right 185 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument holds good of judiciary power 186 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument holds good in regard to habitual 187 3, 60 | beginning or at the end, holds forasmuch as with us a change 188 3, 62 | soul's powers: and the same holds true of the other sacraments. ~ 189 3, 64 | Scriptures, yet the Church holds them from the ~intimate 190 3, 65 | first; while Confirmation holds a middle place. The sacraments 191 3, 67 | the sacrament of Baptism ~holds the first place in the order 192 3, 70 | to remit sin. The Master holds this opinion (Sent. iv, 193 3, 73 | sanctifying power: and the same ~holds good of chrism and such 194 3, 73 | reality only. And ~the same holds good of the other sacraments.~ 195 3, 74 | probable opinion is that which holds that the water is ~changed 196 3, 75 | Reply OBJ 4: This argument holds good of Christ's bodily 197 3, 75 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection holds good in respect of formal 198 3, 75 | be assigned. And the same holds good in natural changes, ~ 199 3, 77 | nourish: and the same reason holds good of the wine.~Aquin.: 200 3, 78 | sacrament: and the same reason holds good of the words which 201 3, 78 | simply; and the same reason holds good of the other ~phrase: " 202 3, 79 | of ~charity. And the same holds good of this sacrament.~ 203 3, 80 | knowledge; and the ~same reason holds good of other circumstances. 204 3, 80 | way of saliva. The same holds good of the unavoidable 205 3, 80 | spirits, the same reason holds good of ~them as of others 206 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 3: The same reason holds good of newly born children 207 3, 80 | and ~the holy Roman Church holds." Later on, when the fervor 208 3, 82 | of Christ, Whose place he holds by ~the power of his orders. 209 3, 84 | against sin. ~Now Penance holds, not the second but the 210 3, 84 | 2/2~Consequently Penance holds the second place with regard 211 Suppl, 2 | On the contrary, No one holds to that for which he is 212 Suppl, 2 | of the word, is one who holds to his ~punishment [*"Poenitens," 213 Suppl, 6 | words of ~this fear which he holds in his thoughts.~Aquin.: 214 Suppl, 8 | is appointed to help, ~he holds a lower rank, and the penitent 215 Suppl, 9 | thought, since in his heart he holds to sin, while he condemns ~ 216 Suppl, 11| known to God, Whose place he holds in confession: secondly, 217 Suppl, 12| Ethic. viii, 13): "Choice ~holds the chief place in moral 218 Suppl, 12| as ~denoting that which holds the first place in such 219 Suppl, 12| since it is the penitent who holds to the ~penance [poenam 220 Suppl, 14| xxv): so that when a man holds to one sin, he does not ~ 221 Suppl, 17| reason the other opinion holds that the ~key is not knowledge 222 Suppl, 23| venial sin. But a man who holds communion with an ~excommunicated 223 Suppl, 23| mortal sin, but only when he holds communion with him in a 224 Suppl, 25| the court of ~the Church holds good in the court of God. 225 Suppl, 27| as the foregoing opinion holds.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[27] A[ 226 Suppl, 34| relation to this sacrament ~he holds himself somewhat actively, 227 Suppl, 37| chalice is anointed because it holds the blood, and the paten 228 Suppl, 37| and the paten because it ~holds the body.~Aquin.: SMT XP 229 Suppl, 38| are allotted by him who holds the ~highest power, for 230 Suppl, 43| and then the promise ~holds if the condition is fulfilled, 231 Suppl, 43| thefts," and then the promise holds, but the condition should 232 Suppl, 47| undertaken ~conditionally, and holds so long as the condition 233 Suppl, 47| so long as the condition holds. Therefore since ~marriage 234 Suppl, 47| or immoral, the marriage holds if the condition is verified, ~ 235 Suppl, 53| already occurred. And this holds whether the wife ~ask expressly 236 Suppl, 56| from the sacred font, or holds the ~candidate for Confirmation, 237 Suppl, 56| candidate for Baptism and ~holds the candidate for Confirmation 238 Suppl, 58| this reason the Master holds (Sent. iv, D, 34) that these 239 Suppl, 66| dispensation through him who holds the primacy.~Aquin.: SMT 240 Suppl, 67| the saying of ~the Apostle holds.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 241 Suppl, 69| and the final resurrection holds the souls in ~secret receptacles 242 Suppl, 70| Augustine's comparison holds in this respect that just 243 Suppl, 72| both to philosophy - which holds it ~impossible for the lower 244 Suppl, 73| Reply OBJ 3: This argument holds when all the things of one 245 Suppl, 77| the second, because it ~holds that the parts which come 246 Suppl, 77| the same reason. For it holds ~that the whole of what 247 Suppl, 77| food, ~whereas the second holds that something but not all, 248 Suppl, 86| Accordingly the opinion which holds that after the judgment 249 Suppl, 88| keeping with our faith, which ~holds that the elect are in a 250 Suppl, 93| inflicted from without, death ~holds the first place, just as 251 Appen2, 1| this the ~universal Church holds, by praying for the dead


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