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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | predicated as an essential it refers to the ~essence of a thing. 2 1, 7 | the infinite in quantity refers to matter, and ~does not 3 1, 12 | contrarily urged that "wholly" refers either to the ~mode of the 4 1, 13 | would be a stone [*This refers ~to the Latin etymology 5 1, 13 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection refers to the imposition of the 6 1, 13 | All that Damascene says refers to providence; which is 7 1, 14 | or to the saying. If it refers to the thing, it is divided 8 1, 20 | another to ourselves, and refers his good to our own. ~And 9 1, 23 | others. To this the ~Apostle refers, saying (Rm. 9:22,23): " 10 1, 24 | out of the ~book of life refers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 11 1, 28 | meaning signifies only what refers to another. Such regard ~ 12 1, 29 | the interrogation "What?" refers to essence. But, as ~Augustine 13 1, 29 | that "every word that refers ~to the persons signifies 14 1, 29 | Reply OBJ 2: The term "what" refers sometimes to the nature 15 1, 29 | rational animal. Sometimes it refers to the "suppositum," as 16 1, 31 | not express a name ~that refers to another. Therefore the 17 1, 31 | name of a particular thing, refers ~to the "suppositum"; and 18 1, 31 | is taken formally, for it refers to the ~"suppositum," as 19 1, 31 | alone," properly speaking, refers to the subject, it tends 20 1, 32 | of a relation ~is that it refers to another, it must be said 21 1, 39 | as a reciprocal term, refers to the same ~"suppositum." 22 1, 39 | Contra Maxim. ii) "'from Him' refers to the Father, ~'by Him' 23 1, 45 | Wisdom (9:21). For "measure" refers to the substance of the 24 1, 45 | its principles, "number" refers to the species, "weight" 25 1, 45 | to the species, "weight" refers to the ~order. And to these 26 1, 63 | breast and belly"; which refers to ~his sin. Therefore the 27 1, 64 | this evening ~knowledge refers the things known to the 28 1, 74 | Augustine, the order of days refers to the ~natural order of 29 1, 39 | as a reciprocal term, refers to the same ~"suppositum." 30 1, 39 | Contra Maxim. ii) "'from Him' refers to the Father, ~'by Him' 31 1, 46 | Wisdom (9:21). For "measure" refers to the substance of the 32 1, 46 | its principles, "number" refers to the species, "weight" 33 1, 46 | to the species, "weight" refers to the ~order. And to these 34 1, 64 | breast and belly"; which refers to ~his sin. Therefore the 35 1, 65 | this evening ~knowledge refers the things known to the 36 1, 73 | Augustine, the order of days refers to the ~natural order of 37 1, 84 | if ~the word "otherwise" refers to the thing understood; 38 1, 90 | the Apostle (1 Cor. 15:45) refers not to ~spiritual life, 39 1, 95 | another as his slave ~when he refers the one whose master he 40 1, 106 | who possesses the ~concept refers it by his will to another. 41 2, 4 | the lower angels. But it refers to ~inequality of proportion: 42 2, 7 | circumstances: since "who" refers to the efficient cause, " 43 2, 7 | circumstances. But the mode which refers to a ~quality of the act 44 2, 8 | end, as that to which it ~refers what it effects. And again, 45 2, 16 | the reason, ~whereby it refers the means to the end. In 46 2, 26 | the fact that "dilection refers to good things, love to 47 2, 26 | preserved. But since he refers this good further to his ~ 48 2, 28 | describing it as "uniting" he refers to the union of affection, ~ 49 2, 28 | it seeks to unite," ~he refers to real union.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 66 | We might also say that it refers to ~the measure of sanctifying 51 2, 68 | well-doing, while the word "gift" refers to the cause from ~which 52 2, 68 | void of ignorance," ~which refers to the present state. When, 53 2, 68 | present things," which ~refers to the present state, and 54 2, 78 | to which the objection refers, neither ~excuses nor diminishes 55 2, 88 | not exclude charity, which refers man to God ~habitually. 56 2, 91 | The 'little difference' refers to the Latin words 'timor' ~ 57 2, 93 | 34], A[1]: whereas type refers to the Essence. ~Therefore 58 2, 95 | order of reason, to which he refers by saying "just": secondly, 59 2, 95 | weal: so that "necessity" refers to the removal ~of evils; " 60 2, 98 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The Lord refers there to the ceremonial 61 2, 99 | precepts, while "judgments" refers to judicial and ~ceremonial 62 2, 100 | same way. For the first refers to deeds; ~wherefore it 63 2, 100 | De Spir. et Lit. xiv), refers even to the ~moral precepts. 64 2, 102 | thereto by Christ, which ~refers to the anagogical sense.~ 65 2, 102 | Para. 2/2~To this Solomon refers (3 Kgs. 8:27) when he says: " 66 2, 107 | The ~'little difference' refers to the Latin words 'timor' 67 2, 108 | concupiscence of the flesh," which refers to pleasures of the flesh, " 68 2, 108 | concupiscence of the eyes," which refers to riches, "and the pride 69 2, 108 | the pride of ~life," which refers to ambition for renown and 70 2, 112 | Himself established. Or if it refers to the movement of free-will 71 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 3: Being called refers to God's help moving and 72 2, 1 | which the first ~article refers; secondly, the trinity of 73 2, 1 | Godhead, the first of which refers to the order of ~nature, 74 2, 1 | proposed ~to us; the second refers to the order of grace, in 75 2, 1 | article; ~while the third refers to the order of glory, and 76 2, 1 | articles, the first of which refers to Christ's incarnation 77 2, 1 | which the first article refers: ~but, as to the distinction 78 2, 2 | neighbor. The objection refers to those precepts of charity 79 2, 4 | The saying of the Apostle refers to those imperfect things ~ 80 2, 6 | OBJ 2: This argument again refers to the cause that proposes ~ 81 2, 8 | understanding, while the last refers to the ~understanding of 82 2, 8 | cleanness; while the third refers to ~the perfect vision of 83 2, 10 | Under the general name, He refers to a singularly great sin. 84 2, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection refers to the second kind of apostasy, 85 2, 15 | shall be in thy heart." This refers to learning, since ~it is 86 2, 23 | born it takes food," which refers to beginners, "after ~taking 87 2, 23 | it waxes strong," which refers to those who are progressing, ~" 88 2, 23 | it is perfected," which refers to the ~perfect. Therefore 89 2, 25 | than our own body, this refers to his soul, ~which is his 90 2, 42 | De Doctr. Christ. i, 22) refers "heart" to the ~thought, " 91 2, 46 | just as "eubulia" which refers to counsel, is connected ~ 92 2, 51 | ruling. But precipitation refers to both, so that ~rashness 93 2, 51 | although precipitation refers ~rather to the first.~Aquin.: 94 2, 53 | But ~if a man actually refers the care of the flesh to 95 2, 65 | Reply OBJ 3: The Apostle refers to the case where something 96 2, 66 | accepted in writing" ~it refers to the sending of an accusation 97 2, 66 | to his brother," and this refers to the injury done to the ~ 98 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 3: This passage refers specially to the bishops, 99 2, 75 | The saying of Chrysostom refers to the trading which seeks ~ 100 2, 79 | sanctity, ~according as man refers to God not only these but 101 2, 80 | wormwood and the gall," ~which refers to the Passion, and afterwards ( 102 2, 81 | prayer [*This last ~paragraph refers to the Latin word 'oratio' [ 103 2, 81 | truth in ~the saying if it refers to a sinner as such, in 104 2, 85 | precept of ~paying tithes refers only to "corn, fruits of 105 2, 86 | than a ~solemn vow, this refers to the fact that the transgressor 106 2, 87 | is made." And that this refers to the deceitful oath is ~ 107 2, 90 | superstitious," and this refers to the first species. Then 108 2, 90 | compact by tokens," which refers to the second ~species; 109 2, 90 | and such like," and this refers to the third species.~Aquin.: 110 2, 93 | OBJ 2: The passage quoted refers to the knowledge that birds 111 2, 100 | honoring our parents which refers to piety. ~Therefore piety 112 2, 100 | in positions of dignity refers specially to their personal ~ 113 2, 101 | Himself, for this in no way refers to His image.~Aquin.: SMT 114 2, 102 | says "in all things," he refers to matters ~within the sphere 115 2, 103 | definition given by Ambrose refers to mortal sin, which ~has 116 2, 109 | When, however, our pretense refers to some signification, there 117 2, 113 | OBJ 3: The passage quoted refers to the man who flatters 118 2, 115 | But the spending of money refers to the spender, and ~consequently 119 2, 115 | 1). The saying of Seneca refers to liberality as ~regards 120 2, 121 | i, 116) the word ~virtue refers to the extreme limit of 121 2, 126 | hope; while magnanimity refers to the magnitude of the 122 2, 130 | who glories, in that he refers his intention to glory as 123 2, 134 | By saying "arduous" ~he refers to constancy in good; when 124 2, 134 | when he says "difficult" he refers to the ~grievousness of 125 2, 134 | continued" or "long lasting," he refers to longanimity, in so far ~ 126 2, 140 | Akolasia} which Aristotle ~refers to {kolazo} to punish, so 127 2, 143 | properly speaking, ~honesty refers to the same thing as virtue.~ 128 2, 145 | while the ~number "three" refers to the invisible creature, 129 2, 145 | mind: and the number "four" refers to the visible creature, 130 2, 145 | multiplied by four which refers to the body whereby we make 131 2, 146 | This saying of Augustine refers to gluttony as denoting ~ 132 2, 148 | dist. 4 where ~Gratian refers to a letter of St. Gregory 133 2, 151 | drink, while abundance refers to riches. Therefore lust 134 2, 151 | the sowing of the flesh refers to venereal pleasures. ~ 135 2, 151 | a ~commandment": and he refers to the act of sexual intercourse 136 2, 152 | Gloss of Peter Lombard, who refers it to St. ~Ambrose: whereas 137 2, 152 | obscenity" (which a gloss refers to "kissing ~and fondling"), " 138 2, 156 | brother, "Raca": and this refers to "clamor," which denotes ~ 139 2, 159 | immoderate in ~speech, which refers to the second. The others 140 2, 165 | concupiscence of the eyes refers not only to the learning 141 2, 166 | This saying of Chrysostom refers to the inordinate use of ~ 142 2, 167 | like cases that Cyprian refers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[169] A[ 143 2, 171 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted refers to prophets in whom imaginary ~ 144 2, 171 | utterances to which the Apostle refers ~in the words quoted; because, 145 2, 172 | in both ways," and ~this refers to the prophet who has intellective 146 2, 173 | The saying of Damascene refers to those things which a 147 2, 179 | iii, viii] ~another, which refers to the "receiving of knowledge," 148 2, 179 | ascending" the ladder - which refers to contemplation - and ~" 149 2, 179 | and ~"descending" - which refers to action. Nevertheless, 150 2, 180 | than commands. ~Gregory refers to this when he says (Hom. 151 2, 181 | state, except that which refers ~to freedom or servitude.~ 152 2, 182 | from Augustine also clearly refers to ~the question of difficulty 153 2, 183 | and the passage quoted refers, not to St. ~Mark the Evangelist, 154 2, 183 | Reply OBJ 2: This statement refers to the pursuits of the man 155 2, 183 | This saying of Ambrose refers to the administration not ~ 156 2, 184 | afterwards he says that this refers to those who renounce the 157 2, 185 | this command of the Apostle refers to spiritual works, and 158 2, 186 | Reply OBJ 1: This Decretal refers to the active life as directed 159 2, 186 | monk at all": ~and this refers to possessions held in common, 160 2, 187 | great wealth." This also refers to the perfect fulfilment 161 2, 187 | have perverted this order" refers to the order of doctrine. 162 3, 7 | Lord," a ~gloss says: "This refers to Christ, Who is full of 163 3, 11 | Reply OBJ 1: This reason refers to the natural power of 164 3, 13 | This saving of Damascene refers to the Divine will of ~Christ, 165 3, 16 | which they are predicated ~refers to one nature, as the word " 166 3, 16 | the relative "Who" which ~refers to the Person of the Son 167 3, 16 | matter that to begin ~to be refers to the human nature, which 168 3, 16 | placed in the subject, and refers to the nature when ~placed 169 3, 16 | as placed in the subject refers to the suppositum - and ~ 170 3, 16 | placed in the reduplication refers to the nature, as was stated 171 3, 17 | Christ is both; but it ~refers to the subject. And thus " 172 3, 17 | thing," inasmuch ~as it refers to a diversity of substance, 173 3, 17 | diversity of substance, properly refers to the ~suppositum. even 174 3, 18 | he says: "His ~will, He refers to the Man - the Father' 175 3, 24 | because predestination refers to the exaltation of human 176 3, 27 | perfect in ~infirmity," which refers to the weakness of the fomes, 177 3, 28 | place. And the verb "knew" ~refers here to knowledge by intercourse ( 178 3, 32 | Reply OBJ 2: The mission refers to the Person assuming, 179 3, 32 | Father; but the conception refers to the body assumed, which 180 3, 33 | quotation from Augustine refers to formation alone ~of Christ' 181 3, 34 | Apostle in this passage refers to ~those who by advancing 182 3, 39 | plunge ~in and escape. This refers to the gift of wisdom, whereby 183 3, 39 | more choice seeds. ~This refers to the gift of knowledge, 184 3, 39 | brood of other birds. This refers to the gift of counsel, 185 3, 39 | not with its ~beak. This refers to the gift of understanding, 186 3, 39 | dove has no gall. ~This refers to the gift of piety, by 187 3, 39 | the cleft of ~a rock. This refers to the gift of fortitude, 188 3, 39 | a plaintive song. This ~refers to the gift of fear, wherewith 189 3, 44 | earth,' which expression refers to the land of ~Judea, as 190 3, 44 | direction. This is what he refers to when he says: ~"Moreover, 191 3, 44 | the west. And to this he refers by saying: "Again we ~observed 192 3, 52 | in hell, and ~Augustine refers to it in a sermon on the 193 3, 54 | My soul troubled," which refers to the Passion; and ~later 194 3, 66 | namely, "regeneration" which refers to the fact that man by ~ 195 3, 66 | enlightenment," ~which refers especially to faith, by 196 3, 67 | is to this that Dionysius refers (Eccl. ~Hier. xi) saying: " 197 3, 72 | under the ~form of fire, refers to the same signification 198 3, 72 | shape ~of a tongue. Which refers to the same signification 199 3, 72 | alone is expressed which refers to the man to be sanctified. 200 3, 74 | signification, to which Gregory refers, and in detestation of the ~ 201 3, 74 | Christ hanging on the cross refers to the same, because ~by 202 3, 74 | And so the ~comparison refers to what ought to be done, 203 3, 89 | this saying of the Apostle refers to the grace ~of Christ, 204 Suppl, 8 | Reply OBJ 4: This punishment refers to the case when this happens ~ 205 Suppl, 17| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This refers to His closing Limbo, so 206 Suppl, 23| necessity," ~where "utility" refers to salutary words, "law" 207 Suppl, 38| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: This refers to the ultimate effect of 208 Suppl, 41| matrimony still hold, since it refers to the preservation of ~ 209 Suppl, 49| to which the ~objection refers pertains to faith, just 210 Suppl, 49| natural thing. Now "sacrament" refers to marriage on the ~part 211 Suppl, 55| the prohibition, which now refers only ~to the first kind 212 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 2: This law either refers to other nations with whom 213 Suppl, 62| Accordingly the saying of our Lord refers to the case where ~the process 214 Suppl, 62| expressed in our Lord's words refers to the ~putting away of 215 Suppl, 63| marriage. This, ~however, refers to the case when it is a 216 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This refers to the case when both willingly 217 Suppl, 67| The saying of our Lord refers to the time of the New Law, ~ 218 Suppl, 67| but "sin" in the gloss refers not only ~to the morality 219 Suppl, 72| shall find that none of them refers to the ~coming advent, as 220 Suppl, 72| pertaining to their state; ~but refers either to their effects 221 Suppl, 72| himself to which heavens he refers. For ~before the words quoted, 222 Suppl, 72| Now the ~passage quoted refers to that fire of which we 223 Suppl, 76| which apparently Augustine refers (De Civ. Dei xxii). It is ~ 224 Suppl, 77| Divine providence. Or else he refers to the case when something 225 Suppl, 78| unto a perfect ~man," this refers not to the male sex but 226 Suppl, 79| will not be changeable," refers to the thoughts ~of the 227 Suppl, 82| shall ~rise in glory," which refers to clarity, as evidenced 228 Suppl, 85| that, Just as operation refers to the beginning wherefrom ~ 229 Suppl, 86| is clear that this fear refers to the time ~immediately 230 Suppl, 86| This saying of the Apostle refers to the judgment of ~comparison, 231 Suppl, 88| more probable opinion, ~refers not to the substance but 232 Suppl, 89| might say that Avicenna refers to the knowledge of ~separate 233 Suppl, 89| OBJ 1: This saying of Job refers to the spiritual eye, of 234 Suppl, 89| knows all ~things?" and he refers to the blessed who see God 235 Suppl, 89| of the orders will ~cease refers to their present ordinate 236 Suppl, 90| intensity of the joy that refers to God, in so far as ~it 237 Suppl, 92| primary signification ~a dowry refers to carnal marriage, it follows 238 Suppl, 92| things mentioned by him refers, but also in relation to 239 Suppl, 92| equals, to whom "friendship" refers as regards ~the union of 240 Suppl, 92| inferiors, to whom "power" refers, so far as inferior things 241 Suppl, 92| oneself: to this "security" refers as regards the removal of ~ 242 Suppl, 93| Virginit. xxv] says: "This refers to their peculiar and transcendent ~ 243 Suppl, 93| Those to whom the objection refers are believed to have ~brought 244 Suppl, 93| perfected in the ~eighth, which refers to the martyrs," namely, " 245 Suppl, 95| The saying of Dionysius refers to the natural appetite. 246 Suppl, 96| thou never shalt": ~and it refers to the devil. Therefore 247 Suppl, 96| Reply OBJ 1: This saying refers to man generically, because 248 Suppl, 96| The saying of our Lord refers not to those who partake 249 Suppl, 96| reason why the discussion refers only to the works of ~mercy 250 Appen1, 2| 1~Reply OBJ 1: The gloss refers to mortal sin. Or it may


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