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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Writ, spiritual truths are fittingly taught under the likeness 2 1, 25 | find place. Whence it ~most fittingly belongs to Him to be an 3 1, 25 | wisdom, it can indeed be fittingly said that ~there is nothing 4 1, 29 | perfection, this name "person" is fittingly ~applied to God; not, however, 5 1, 36 | in the strict sense ~more fittingly signify the notional acts 6 1, 38 | Or we might say, and more fittingly, that a gift ~must belong 7 1, 39 | the above terms ~are not fittingly appropriated to the persons.~ 8 1, 39 | above, therefore, are not fittingly appropriated to the ~Persons.~ 9 1, 43 | that, The divine person is fittingly sent in the sense that He ~ 10 1, 43 | Whether the Father can be fittingly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 11 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. 12 1, 43 | Therefore the Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~ 13 1, 43 | mission of the Holy ~Ghost was fittingly not sent to the fathers 14 1, 51 | fashioned by ~angels as fittingly to represent the intelligible 15 1, 51 | works. This could not so fittingly be done if they were to ~ 16 1, 62 | more artistically and more fittingly than others, it is ~clear 17 1, 64 | from evil; and ~this is fittingly done through the good angels. 18 1, 67 | quality?~(4) Whether light was fittingly made on the first day?~Aquin.: 19 1, 67 | the production of light is fittingly assigned to the first day?~ 20 1, 67 | production of light is not fittingly ~assigned to the first day. 21 1, 67 | that Moses could not have ~fittingly passed over the production 22 1, 68 | of transparent body, as fittingly designated under the name 23 1, 71 | seem that this work is not fittingly described. For the ~waters 24 1, 71 | over the earth," do not fittingly ~describe this work.~Aquin.: 25 1, 71 | upon ~it. It is not, then, fittingly that fishes and birds are 26 1, 72 | seem that this work is not fittingly described. For as ~birds 27 1, 74 | of love. Moreover, it is ~fittingly implied that the Spirit 28 1, 38 | Or we might say, and more fittingly, that a gift ~must belong 29 1, 39 | the above terms ~are not fittingly appropriated to the persons.~ 30 1, 39 | above, therefore, are not fittingly appropriated to the ~Persons.~ 31 1, 43 | that, The divine person is fittingly sent in the sense that He ~ 32 1, 43 | Whether the Father can be fittingly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 33 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. 34 1, 43 | Therefore the Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~ 35 1, 43 | mission of the Holy ~Ghost was fittingly not sent to the fathers 36 1, 52 | fashioned by ~angels as fittingly to represent the intelligible 37 1, 52 | works. This could not so fittingly be done if they were to ~ 38 1, 63 | more artistically and more fittingly than others, it is ~clear 39 1, 65 | from evil; and ~this is fittingly done through the good angels. 40 1, 68 | quality?~(4) Whether light was fittingly made on the first day?~Aquin.: 41 1, 68 | the production of light is fittingly assigned to the first day?~ 42 1, 68 | production of light is not fittingly ~assigned to the first day. 43 1, 68 | that Moses could not have ~fittingly passed over the production 44 1, 69 | of transparent body, as fittingly designated under the name 45 1, 71 | seem that this work is not fittingly described. For the ~waters 46 1, 71 | over the earth," do not fittingly ~describe this work.~Aquin.: 47 1, 71 | upon ~it. It is not, then, fittingly that fishes and birds are 48 1, 71 | seem that this work is not fittingly described. For as ~birds 49 1, 73 | of love. Moreover, it is ~fittingly implied that the Spirit 50 1, 77 | the vegetative soul are fittingly described as the ~nutritive, 51 1, 77 | vegetative soul are not ~fittingly described - namely, the 52 1, 90 | production of the human body is fittingly described in ~Scripture?~ 53 1, 90 | of the human body is not ~fittingly described in Scripture. 54 1, 90 | Therefore it was not fittingly said, "Let us make ~man."~ 55 1, 90 | heart. Therefore it was not fittingly said: "He ~breathed into 56 1, 91 | 1~Whether the woman was fittingly made from the rib of man?~ 57 1, 114 | generated. Therefore Augustine fittingly gave the name of "seminal ~ 58 2, 61 | another?~(5) Whether they are fittingly divided into social, perfecting, 59 2, 61 | principal or cardinal are fittingly placed ~among the moral 60 2, 61 | the cardinal virtues are fittingly divided into social virtues, ~ 61 2, 62 | faith, hope, and charity are fittingly reckoned as theological ~ 62 2, 62 | hope, and charity are not fittingly ~reckoned as three theological 63 2, 68 | God, works good to all, is fittingly called piety.~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 71 | contrary to virtue, more ~fittingly than sickness or disease.~ 65 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Whether sin is fittingly defined as a word, deed, 66 2, 71 | the ~eternal law," more fittingly than with reference to its 67 2, 72 | Whether spiritual sins are fittingly distinguished from carnal 68 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether sin is fittingly divided into sin against 69 2, 72 | God. Therefore sin is not fittingly divided into these three.~ 70 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether sins are fittingly divided into sins of thought, 71 2, 77 | and pride ~of life are fittingly described as causes of sin?~ 72 2, 88 | 1) Whether venial sin is fittingly condivided with mortal sin?~( 73 2, 88 | 1~Whether venial sin is fittingly condivided with mortal sin?~ 74 2, 88 | Therefore venial sin is fittingly condivided ~with mortal 75 2, 88 | Therefore venial sin is fittingly condivided ~with mortal 76 2, 100 | evident that the Divine law fittingly proposes precepts about ~ 77 2, 100 | 25:18 - Augustine ~more fittingly unites these two, "Thou 78 2, 100 | precept regarding parents was fittingly placed after the ~precepts 79 2, 102 | Again, the candlestick was fittingly placed on the ~southern 80 2, 102 | This propitiatory was fittingly carried by ~cherubim, since 81 2, 103 | Augustine (Epist. ~lxxxii) more fittingly distinguished three periods 82 2, 108 | sufficiently?~(4) Whether it fittingly adds counsels to precepts?~ 83 2, 108 | certain definite counsels are fittingly proposed in the New Law?~ 84 2, 108 | definite counsels are not fittingly ~proposed in the New Law. 85 2, 109 | purpose. ~But this cannot fittingly be said. Therefore by himself 86 2, 110 | dispositions, whereby a man is fittingly ~disposed with reference 87 2, 111 | inquiry:~(1) Whether grace is fittingly divided into gratuitous 88 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~Whether grace is fittingly divided into sanctifying 89 2, 111 | would seem that grace is not fittingly divided into ~sanctifying 90 2, 111 | gratuitously given is not fittingly set down as a difference 91 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~Whether grace is fittingly divided into operating and 92 2, 111 | would seem that grace is not fittingly divided into operating ~ 93 2, 111 | Therefore grace is not fittingly divided into operating ~ 94 2, 111 | grace. Therefore grace is fittingly divided into ~operating 95 2, 111 | both these ways grace is fittingly divided into operating and ~ 96 2, 111 | meritorious good, it is fittingly divided into ~operating 97 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~Whether grace is fittingly divided into prevenient 98 2, 111 | would seem that grace is not fittingly divided into prevenient ~ 99 2, 111 | Therefore grace is not ~fittingly divided into prevenient 100 2, 111 | number. Hence grace is not fittingly divided into prevenient ~ 101 2, 111 | me." Therefore grace is fittingly divided into ~prevenient 102 2, 111 | he must be capable of fittingly presenting to his hearers 103 2, 13 | that, The above species are fittingly assigned to the sin ~against 104 2, 15 | and understanding were ~fittingly set down in the Old Law?~ 105 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Whether fear is fittingly divided into filial, initial, 106 2, 18 | of spiritual ~perfection, fittingly corresponds to hope, by 107 2, 18 | hinder submission to God, fittingly corresponds to fear.~Aquin.: 108 2, 33 | FS, Q[85], A[8]), it is fittingly reckoned a capital sin.~ 109 2, 33 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Gregory fittingly assigns the daughters of 110 2, 33 | x, 1). But Gregory more fittingly (Moral. ~xxxi, 45) calls 111 2, 38 | another, that they ~cannot be fittingly exercised at the same time; 112 2, 41 | 1/1~Whether scandal is fittingly defined as being something 113 2, 41 | Scandal is, therefore, fittingly defined as "something less 114 2, 41 | Scandal is therefore fittingly described as something done " 115 2, 42 | suffice?~(4) Whether it is fittingly prescribed that we should 116 2, 42 | heart"?~(5) Whether it is fittingly added: "With thy whole mind," 117 2, 42 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fittingly commanded that man should 118 2, 42 | love of our neighbor is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS 119 2, 42 | answer that, This precept is fittingly expressed, for it indicates ~ 120 2, 43 | The seventh beatitude is fittingly ascribed to the gift ~of 121 2, 43 | wherefore ~peaceableness is fittingly ascribed to wisdom. The 122 2, 44 | sense. Therefore folly is fittingly ~opposed to wisdom.~Aquin.: 123 2, 45 | the definition of which fittingly includes an intellectual ~ 124 2, 46 | three parts of prudence are fittingly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT SS 125 2, 47 | things. Hence memory ~is fittingly accounted a part of prudence.~ 126 2, 47 | consequently docility is fittingly reckoned a ~part of prudence~ 127 2, 47 | reason that shrewdness is ~fittingly reckoned a part of prudence.~ 128 2, 48 | Whether political prudence is fittingly accounted a part of prudence?~ 129 2, 48 | political prudence is not fittingly accounted ~a part of prudence. 130 2, 50 | gift of counsel does not fittingly ~correspond to the virtue 131 2, 54 | opposed to ~prudence are fittingly propounded in the Old Law?~ 132 2, 55 | justice?~(2) Whether right is fittingly divided into natural and 133 2, 55 | Para. 1/1~Whether right is fittingly divided into natural right 134 2, 55 | would seem that right is not fittingly divided into natural ~right 135 2, 56 | 1/1~Whether justice is fittingly defined as being the perpetual 136 2, 64 | possesses ~naturally, he can fittingly call his own. Therefore 137 2, 81 | of the Lord's Prayer are fittingly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT SS 138 2, 81 | the Lord's Prayer are ~not fittingly assigned. It is useless 139 2, 81 | if we pray rightly and fittingly, we can ~say nothing else 140 2, 81 | the parts of prayer are fittingly described as supplications, ~ 141 2, 86 | vows as ~these are more fittingly kept or disregarded according 142 2, 98 | subject. ~Hence simony is fittingly defined from its relation 143 2, 98 | are guilty of simony are fittingly punished by being ~deprived 144 2, 98 | guilty of simony are not ~fittingly punished by being deprived 145 2, 100 | Therefore observance is not fittingly defined as paying worship 146 2, 120 | precept of the decalogue is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS 147 2, 120 | very making of images was fittingly ~forbidden by the words, " 148 2, 120 | precept of the decalogue is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS 149 2, 120 | hallowing of ~the Sabbath, is fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS 150 2, 120 | honoring one's parents, is fittingly ~expressed?~Aquin.: SMT 151 2, 120 | precepts of the decalogue are fittingly expressed?~Aquin.: SMT SS 152 2, 145 | for the Church fast are fittingly ascribed?~Aquin.: SMT SS 153 2, 146 | species of gluttony are fittingly distinguished?~Aquin.: SMT 154 2, 146 | among other pleasures, is ~fittingly reckoned among the capital 155 2, 146 | Whether six daughters are fittingly assigned to gluttony?~Aquin.: 156 2, 151 | the daughters of lust are fittingly described?~Aquin.: SMT SS 157 2, 152 | Whether six species are fittingly assigned to lust?~Aquin.: 158 2, 156 | Whether six daughters are fittingly assigned to anger?~Aquin.: 159 2, 159 | degrees of humility are fittingly distinguished in the ~Rule 160 2, 160 | four species of pride are fittingly assigned by Gregory?~Aquin.: 161 2, 163 | OBJ 3: Further, one cannot fittingly suggest an evil except through 162 2, 172 | 1/1~Whether prophecy is fittingly divided into the prophecy 163 2, 177 | inquiry:~(1) Whether life is fittingly divided into active and 164 2, 177 | Para. 1/1~Whether life is fittingly divided into active and 165 2, 177 | would seem that life is not fittingly divided into active and ~ 166 2, 177 | would seem that life is not fittingly divided ~into active and 167 2, 177 | follows that man's life is fittingly divided into active and ~ 168 2, 178 | operation of contemplation is fittingly divided into a ~threefold 169 2, 183 | office: first, what a man may fittingly desire according to his ~ 170 2, 184 | the religious state is fittingly constituted by the three 171 2, 186 | Therefore religious life can be fittingly directed to the active life.~ 172 2, 186 | certain ~religious orders are fittingly directed to the works of 173 2, 186 | a religious order may be fittingly established for soldiering, 174 2, 187 | such ~need that they cannot fittingly be supported otherwise than 175 3, 3 | such as are ~similar are fittingly united. Now the Person of 176 3, 4 | supposita in Christ, ~it may fittingly and properly be said that 177 3, 8 | is plain that Christ ~is fittingly called the Head of the Church.~ 178 3, 22 | Therefore it cannot be said fittingly that ~Christ as man was 179 3, 25 | Resurrection. Hence God Himself fittingly honors such relics ~by working 180 3, 30 | This message ~therefore was fittingly brought by the 'Power of 181 3, 32 | And therefore we can ~fittingly say that Christ was conceived 182 3, 39 | answer that, Christ was fittingly baptized in His thirtieth 183 3, 41 | says: "The captains are fittingly described as ~encouraging, 184 3, 42 | signs, therefore also was it fittingly written with sensible signs. 185 3, 44 | Whether Christ worked miracles fittingly on men?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 186 3, 44 | Whether Christ worked miracles fittingly on irrational creatures?~ 187 3, 45 | Or, again, it may be said fittingly ~that it signifies the clarity 188 3, 45 | the transfiguration were fittingly chosen?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 189 3, 45 | is My beloved ~Son," was fittingly added?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 190 3, 45 | My beloved Son," was not fittingly added; for, as it is written ~( 191 3, 45 | natural sonship of Christ was fittingly made ~known by the testimony 192 3, 46 | order to ~do something more fittingly: as two eyes for seeing; 193 3, 48 | offered, was flesh right fittingly, not the flesh of men, but 194 3, 48 | flesh of human nature, it is fittingly offered for men, and ~is 195 3, 48 | What else could be so fittingly partaken of by men, or offered 196 3, 61 | Divine wisdom, ~therefore, fittingly provides man with means 197 3, 66 | cleanses; and ~hence it fittingly signifies and causes the 198 3, 66 | superfluous heat: wherefore it ~fittingly mitigates the concupiscence 199 3, 66 | three kinds of Baptism are fittingly described - viz. Baptism 200 3, 66 | kinds of Baptism are not fittingly ~described as Baptism of 201 3, 68 | reason: nor can they be ~fittingly examined, since they understand 202 3, 69 | acts of the virtues are fittingly set down as effects of ~ 203 3, 70 | Therefore circumcision was fittingly instituted in the person ~ 204 3, 72 | Faith. ~Wherefore he is fittingly signed with the sign of 205 3, 73 | for our ransom should be fittingly ~worshiped in a mystery."~ 206 3, 80 | of sin; ~consequently He fittingly allowed Himself to be touched 207 3, 83 | termed a church; and so it is fittingly consecrated, both ~to represent 208 3, 83 | or of an altar is more ~fittingly commemorated. And on this 209 3, 90 | confession, and satisfaction are fittingly assigned ~as parts of Penance?~ 210 3, 90 | and satisfaction are ~not fittingly assigned as parts of Penance. 211 3, 90 | these ~three parts are not fittingly assigned to the sacrament 212 3, 90 | 1/1~Whether Penance is fittingly divided into penance before 213 3, 90 | Therefore penance is not ~fittingly divided into these species.~ 214 Suppl, 7 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Augustine fittingly defines confession?~(2) 215 Suppl, 7 | Para. 1/1~Whether Augustine fittingly defines confession?~Aquin.: 216 Suppl, 34| Church?~(2) Whether it is fittingly defined?~(3) Whether it 217 Suppl, 40| vestments of the ministers are fittingly instituted by ~the Church?~ 218 Suppl, 40| vestments of the ministers are fittingly instituted in the ~Church?~ 219 Suppl, 40| of the ministers are not ~fittingly instituted in the Church. 220 Suppl, 42| institution; that it is fittingly ~intended to fulfill an 221 Suppl, 43| received. ~Therefore it is not fittingly described as a promise of 222 Suppl, 43| 1~Whether seven years is fittingly assigned as the age for 223 Suppl, 43| that seven years is not fittingly assigned as the ~age for 224 Suppl, 44| joining?~(2) Whether it is fittingly named?~(3) Whether it is 225 Suppl, 44| named?~(3) Whether it is fittingly defined?~Aquin.: SMT XP 226 Suppl, 44| 1/1~Whether matrimony is fittingly named?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 227 Suppl, 44| 1/1~Whether matrimony is fittingly defined in the text?~Aquin.: 228 Suppl, 45| the marriage may be more fittingly performed. ~Hence if these 229 Suppl, 53| Church. ~Now this is most fittingly signified in those who are 230 Suppl, 54| some?~(2) Whether it is fittingly distinguished by degrees 231 Suppl, 54| carnal ~procreation is more fittingly called blood-relationship 232 Suppl, 54| Whether consanguinity is fittingly distinguished by degrees 233 Suppl, 54| Therefore consanguinity is not fittingly distinguished into lines.~ 234 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is fittingly ~contracted through both 235 Suppl, 65| intercourse be not such as may ~fittingly be directed to that end. 236 Suppl, 69| which the highest place it ~fittingly assigned), namely God, whose 237 Suppl, 72| the cleansing will then be fittingly effected by ~fire. Nor is 238 Suppl, 74| Hence either may happen fittingly, namely that the resurrection 239 Suppl, 85| the end of the world is fittingly ~reserved to God. Indeed 240 Suppl, 88| wherefore that it may be fittingly ~comforted in the vision 241 Suppl, 93| Whether three fruits are fittingly assigned to the three parts 242 Suppl, 93| Whether three aureoles are fittingly assigned?~(12) Whether the 243 Suppl, 93| Whether three fruits are fittingly assigned to the three parts 244 Suppl, 93| Wherefore the number 30 is fittingly assigned to married persons, 245 Suppl, 93| wherefore it corresponds fittingly to ~widowhood, wherein we 246 Suppl, 93| The number 100 corresponds fittingly to virginity; ~because the 247 Suppl, 93| Whether three aureoles are fittingly assigned, those of virgins, 248 Suppl, 94| corporeal, ~since one cannot fittingly apply a punishment to a


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