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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 43 | in which sense mission is ascribed to the divine ~persons. 2 1, 45 | subsisting being is the trace ascribed in ~regard to those three 3 1, 47 | distinction of things has been ascribed to many ~causes. For some 4 1, 66 | incorruptibility of some bodies was ascribed by Plato, not to the ~condition 5 1, 71 | production of birds is ascribed to the water.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 73 | Divine works ought to be ascribed to the ~seventh day?~Aquin.: 7 1, 73 | Divine works ought not ~to be ascribed to the seventh day. For 8 1, 73 | founding, and ~this is what is ascribed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: 9 1, 74 | Further, the entire work ascribed to one day God perfected 10 1, 76 | accidentally; since it is ascribed to him as man, ~which is 11 1, 43 | in which sense mission is ascribed to the divine ~persons. 12 1, 46 | subsisting being is the trace ascribed in ~regard to those three 13 1, 48 | distinction of things has been ascribed to many ~causes. For some 14 1, 67 | incorruptibility of some bodies was ascribed by Plato, not to the ~condition 15 1, 71 | production of birds is ascribed to the water.~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 72 | Divine works ought to be ascribed to the ~seventh day?~Aquin.: 17 1, 72 | Divine works ought not ~to be ascribed to the seventh day. For 18 1, 72 | founding, and ~this is what is ascribed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: 19 1, 73 | Further, the entire work ascribed to one day God perfected 20 1, 75 | accidentally; since it is ascribed to him as man, ~which is 21 1, 77 | or such like. Others have ascribed it to the ~various natures 22 1, 77 | senses must ~therefore be ascribed to that which belongs to 23 1, 83 | by its ~principles, they ascribed to the soul the nature of 24 1, 87 | matter. For an ~action is ascribed to two principles in one 25 1, 92 | putting on the ~new man is ascribed to the image of God. Therefore 26 1, 93 | deception occurs must be ascribed ~to some lower faculty, 27 1, 102 | food, which again is to be ascribed ~to some other cause, and 28 1, 103 | continuation of things is ascribed to the higher causes: thus 29 1, 104 | wherefore homicide is not ascribed to the stone, but to the ~ 30 1, 114 | creature; and fate, ~which is ascribed to certain bodies. Concerning 31 1, 114 | and held ~that what is ascribed to the demons, according 32 1, 115 | which is the will, must be ascribed to God ~alone.~Aquin.: SMT 33 1, 115 | of necessity. But things ascribed to fate seem ~principally 34 2, 4 | perfect Happiness can be ascribed to the ~souls of the dead 35 2, 9 | Aristotle (De Anima iii, 3) ascribed to those who held ~that 36 2, 14 | 14], A[7]. But counsel is ascribed to God: for it ~is written ( 37 2, 14 | in this respect it is not ascribed to God: in which sense ~ 38 2, 16 | Now action is properly ~ascribed, not to the instrument, 39 2, 16 | principal agent, as building ~is ascribed to the builder, not to his 40 2, 18 | of its ~substance, is not ascribed to it in respect of an accident. 41 2, 22 | else ~they would not be ascribed by the Scriptures to God 42 2, 22 | and joy and the like are ascribed to God or the ~angels, or 43 2, 28 | proximate ~effects may be ascribed to love: viz. melting, enjoyment, 44 2, 29 | the nature to which it is ascribed: for it is one thing to 45 2, 37 | And in this way fervor is ascribed to love, expansion ~to pleasure, 46 2, 40 | power. But ~certainty is ascribed to hope. Therefore hope 47 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 3: Certainty is ascribed to the movement, not only 48 2, 41 | to the concupiscible is ascribed to ~fear. For fear is called 49 2, 41 | In like manner desire is ascribed by Damascene to ~fear, because 50 2, 41 | passions are in no way ascribed to inanimate beings.~Aquin.: 51 2, 53 | essence of the accident, is ascribed to that ~accident, not in 52 2, 53 | more or less white is not ~ascribed to whiteness but to a white 53 2, 61 | having discretion, which we ascribed to prudence, that there ~ 54 2, 62 | A certain nature may be ascribed to a certain thing in two ~ 55 2, 69 | fittingness of the rewards ascribed to the beatitudes.~Aquin.: 56 2, 69 | and virtues, as acts are ascribed to habits. But the gifts 57 2, 69 | virtues, they are nevertheless ascribed to gifts, because the gifts ~ 58 2, 69 | three things: for some have ascribed it to a sensual life, ~some, 59 2, 74 | should also be sometimes ~ascribed to the lower reason.~Aquin.: 60 2, 74 | judgment. Hence consent may be ~ascribed both to the will and to 61 2, 79 | master's orders, it is not ascribed ~to the master as though 62 2, 82 | Therefore original sin is ~ascribed to concupiscence, as being 63 2, 83 | the aforesaid infection is ascribed to the touch rather than 64 2, 86 | that, A stain is properly ascribed to corporeal things, when 65 2, 86 | Accordingly a stain is ascribed ~to spiritual things in 66 2, 109 | works of St. Jerome: now ascribed to ~Pelagius]) that "they 67 2, 109 | works of St. Jerome: now ascribed to Pelagius] concedes that " 68 2, 1 | other miracles which are ascribed to ~God's almighty power.~ 69 2, 9 | to works; for action is ascribed to knowledge, yet not ~action 70 2, 9 | is ~thus that sorrow is ascribed to knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 71 2, 9 | to contemplation is not ascribed to knowledge, but to ~understanding 72 2, 12 | something proper to God is ascribed to a creature, so that, 73 2, 13 | the Holy Ghost, when they ascribed to ~the prince of devils 74 2, 25 | Therefore no order should be ascribed to ~charity.~Aquin.: SMT 75 2, 31 | Opus ~Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 76 2, 32 | Opus Imperfectum, falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom] 77 2, 43 | seventh ~beatitude ought to be ascribed to charity rather than to 78 2, 43 | seventh beatitude is fittingly ascribed to the gift ~of wisdom, 79 2, 43 | peaceableness is fittingly ascribed to wisdom. The reward is 80 2, 45 | that choice can also be ascribed to prudence ~indirectly, 81 2, 48 | species of prudence ~is ascribed to the other five forms 82 2, 48 | a ~regnative species be ascribed to a kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT 83 2, 49 | different acts which cannot be ascribed to the same cause, must ~ 84 2, 51 | such lack of virtue may be ascribed to original sin.~Aquin.: 85 2, 51 | answer that, Precipitation is ascribed metaphorically to acts of 86 2, 53 | ii, 3), hence guile is ascribed ~chiefly to speech. Yet 87 2, 56 | to each ~part of man is ascribed what is becoming to it. 88 2, 56 | are by a kind of reduction ascribed to justice as ~to their 89 2, 58 | Opus ~Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John of the Cross], 90 2, 58 | Opus ~Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John of the Cross] 91 2, 61 | For, since the gentiles ascribed the keeping of accounts 92 2, 64 | 1: Community of goods is ascribed to the natural law, not 93 2, 75 | Opus Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 94 2, 78 | gnome}.'] These two are ascribed to prudence as their ~director, 95 2, 79 | these two belong all acts ~ascribed to religion, because, by 96 2, 79 | requires sanctity to be ascribed to ~those things that are 97 2, 81 | Opus Imperfectum, falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom]: " 98 2, 81 | Opus Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], " 99 2, 81 | Opus Imperfectum falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 100 2, 83 | as the origin of sin is ascribed to him, the ~origin of sanctification 101 2, 85 | Opus Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] ~ 102 2, 87 | Opus Imperfectum falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom] 103 2, 88 | irrational ~creature is ascribed not only to it, but also 104 2, 88 | of all things. It is also ascribed to the devil, ~who, by God' 105 2, 93 | events; nor again can they be ascribed to some common higher cause ~ 106 2, 93 | sortilegious acts must ~needs be ascribed to chance, or to some directing 107 2, 93 | cause, ~it is sometimes ascribed to demons. Thus we read ( 108 2, 94 | the magic arts were to be ascribed to the power of the heavenly ~ 109 2, 94 | these things ~are to be ascribed to the demons, who delude 110 2, 94 | Chrysostom's works, and ~falsely ascribed to him]: "Some wear round 111 2, 94 | Chrysostom's works, falsely ascribed to him] that ~"many now 112 2, 94 | the effect could not be ascribed to God, Who does not bear ~ 113 2, 95 | the ~expected result is ascribed to the power of God alone?~ 114 2, 96 | on St. ~Matthew, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 115 2, 97 | the ~greater the holiness ascribed to the sacred thing that 116 2, 97 | Para. 2/3~Now holiness is ascribed, not only to sacred persons, 117 2, 106 | Hom. v in Matth., falsely ascribed to St. Chrysostom] says: ~" 118 2, 106 | Hom. v in Matth., ~falsely ascribed to St. Chrysostom] says: " 119 2, 116 | Opus Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. ~Chrysostom], "Lust 120 2, 119 | benignity may be directly ~ascribed to piety; and mildness indirectly 121 2, 121 | Aristotle was the chief, ascribed to virtuous men ~both anger 122 2, 127 | different virtues are not ascribed to any ~special virtue. 123 2, 127 | of different virtues are ascribed to the ~magnanimous man. 124 2, 130 | Opus Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 125 2, 134 | Opus ~Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 126 2, 135 | to which is principally ascribed something that ~lays claim 127 2, 139 | gifts have been already ~ascribed to the other virtues (QQ[ 128 2, 139 | tranquillity of soul ~is ascribed to temperance by way of 129 2, 139 | becoming to every virtue, it is ascribed ~to temperance, by way of 130 2, 139 | and beauty are especially ascribed to temperance, not ~on account 131 2, 143 | Accordingly honesty, as ~being ascribed for a special reason to 132 2, 143 | Thus honesty ~is more to be ascribed to temperance according 133 2, 145 | Church fast are fittingly ascribed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 134 2, 150 | And because comeliness is ascribed to chastity ~antonomastically, 135 2, 150 | that surpassing beauty is ascribed to ~chastity. Wherefore 136 2, 150 | The hundredfold fruit is ascribed to virginity, according 137 2, 150 | which the sixtyfold fruit is ascribed, and to marriage, to ~which 138 2, 150 | to marriage, to ~which is ascribed the thirtyfold fruit. But 139 2, 151 | surfeit in any matter is ascribed to lust, or because the 140 2, 152 | Nevertheless, sacrilege is ascribed more ~specially to lust 141 2, 153 | Hence continence ~may be ascribed to the reason as to its 142 2, 154 | answer that, Things are ascribed to their direct causes rather 143 2, 156 | Opus Imperfectum, falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 144 2, 156 | Opus Imperfectum, ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 145 2, 156 | Opus ~Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom): " 146 2, 160 | also ~anger is sometimes ascribed. It is thus that we attribute 147 2, 160 | appetite. Wherefore pride is ascribed also ~to the demons.~Aquin.: 148 2, 162 | clemency, which are most of all ascribed to God in Scripture, according ~ 149 2, 162 | should clothing have been ascribed to them. ~Therefore after 150 2, 162 | Likewise a triple punishment is ascribed to them on the part of the ~ 151 2, 164 | studiousness is properly ascribed to knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 152 2, 164 | Accordingly ~studiousness is ascribed to things pertaining to 153 2, 164 | Further, a virtue that is ascribed as part of a principal virtue ~ 154 2, 166 | have a lawful ~employment ascribed to it. Wherefore the occupation 155 2, 170 | The gratuitous graces are ascribed to the Holy Ghost as ~their 156 2, 170 | work of the instrument is ascribed to the principal ~agent 157 2, 170 | Chrysostom, and falsely ~ascribed to him] that "Catholic teachers, 158 2, 170 | Matth., Hom. xix, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] 159 2, 170 | Matth., Hom. xix, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom]: " 160 2, 172 | the gloss above ~quoted is ascribed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 161 2, 174 | Spiritus adsit nobis gratia' ascribed ~to King Robert of France, 162 2, 176 | working of miracles which is ascribed to a gratuitous grace, ~ 163 2, 176 | The working of miracles is ascribed to faith for two ~reasons. 164 2, 176 | 2: Further, miracles are ascribed to faith, according to Mt. 165 2, 176 | saint; but the ~miracle is ascribed not to him, but to the one 166 2, 178 | these movements must be ascribed to souls and angels in different 167 2, 180 | own labor." Now labor is ascribed to the active life, ~and 168 2, 182 | of ~perfection should be ascribed to the martyrs rather than 169 2, 182 | evident that perfection is ascribed to bishops only.~Aquin.: 170 2, 183 | Matth. (Hom. xxxv), falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom.]~ 171 2, 183 | This prologue was ~falsely ascribed to St. Jerome, and the passage 172 2, 184 | many things in common is ascribed antonomastically to that 173 2, 185 | Opus Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 174 2, 186 | Opus ~Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 175 2, 186 | Opus Imperfectum, falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], " 176 3, 24 | say that predestination is ascribed to Christ by reason ~of 177 3, 26 | Immaculate Conception, not a few ascribed the privilege as being absolute ~ 178 3, 27 | Christ ~ought not to be ascribed to some one else. Therefore 179 3, 28 | among the spurious works ascribed to Chrysostom] that ~"Joseph 180 3, 29 | the supposititious works ascribed to St. Chrysostom]) the 181 3, 30 | sermon on the Assumption [*Ascribed to ~St. Jerome but not his 182 3, 31 | in Matth. Hom. i, falsely ascribed to Chrysostom] says: "Just 183 3, 35 | change in the ~world would be ascribed to the influence of her 184 3, 35 | Opus Imperf., falsely ascribed to Chrysostom]), as long 185 3, 36 | Matth., Hom. ii, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom]): " 186 3, 36 | Imperf. in ~Matth., falsely ascribed to Chrysostom]), and Augustine 187 3, 39 | in human things should be ascribed to ~Christ. But John's baptism 188 3, 40 | the number three may be ascribed, for we are commanded to 189 3, 40 | rich His preaching might be ascribed to ~cupidity. Wherefore 190 3, 44 | look-out for one, and that they ascribed this darkness to some ~disturbance 191 3, 45 | authentic work, but is wrongly ~ascribed to St. Augustine; consequently 192 3, 47 | Christ's Passion ought to be ascribed rather to charity than to ~ 193 3, 48 | although the redemption may be ascribed to the whole Trinity ~as 194 3, 51 | lest His death might be ascribed to infirmity of nature, ~ 195 3, 53 | the supposititious works ascribed to St. ~Jerome] he seems 196 3, 62 | proper to God should not be ascribed to a ~creature. But it is 197 3, 62 | Now ~justification is ascribed to the Resurrection, according 198 3, 62 | OBJ 3: Justification is ascribed to the Resurrection by reason 199 3, 62 | through grace. But it is ~ascribed to the Passion by reason 200 3, 63 | Reply OBJ 1: The subject is ascribed to an. accident in respect 201 3, 63 | Therefore the subject should be ascribed to a character in respect 202 3, 66 | For action should be ascribed to the principal agent rather 203 3, 66 | of those who in the past ascribed ~the baptismal power to 204 3, 69 | The fruitfulness which i ascribed as an effect of Baptism ~ 205 3, 71 | embracing of the ~Faith; and is ascribed by Dionysius to bishops ( 206 3, 77 | breaking ought not ~to be ascribed to the sacramental species.~ 207 3, 84 | perfection of a thing is ascribed to its form. Now it ~has 208 3, 89 | anonymous work ~falsely ascribed to St. Augustine] that " 209 3, 89 | injustice, which cannot be ascribed to God. Therefore it is 210 Suppl, 7 | parts of Penance can be ~ascribed to three Personal Attributes, 211 Suppl, 18| the sacraments, what is ascribed to the power of the ~ministers 212 Suppl, 28| among the spurious works ascribed to St. Augustine] ~states. 213 Suppl, 29| enlightening, for ~this is ascribed to Baptism alone, or perfecting, 214 Suppl, 30| of James. Now healing is ascribed there as the effect, not ~ 215 Suppl, 36| Opus ~Imperfectum, wrongly ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], " 216 Suppl, 37| acts of lower Orders are ascribed to the higher; and in like ~ 217 Suppl, 41| Opus Imperfectum, falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] 218 Suppl, 45| Opus Imperfectum, ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 219 Suppl, 58| an imagining of men who ascribed to spells those natural ~ 220 Suppl, 62| Opus Imperfectum falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 221 Suppl, 63| Opus Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 222 Suppl, 67| Opus Imperfectum falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 223 Suppl, 67| Opus Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 224 Suppl, 67| Opus Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] 225 Suppl, 67| Opus ~Imperfectum falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] 226 Suppl, 67| Opus Imperfectum ~falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], 227 Suppl, 70| is Augustine's: for it is ascribed ~to a Cistercian who compiled 228 Suppl, 72| of intention as we have ascribed to ~instrumental virtue ( 229 Suppl, 73| kind but such as we have ascribed above to the ~forms of the 230 Suppl, 73| Further, if this is to be ascribed to the instrumentality of 231 Suppl, 73| so that this voice can be ascribed ~either to one or to many 232 Suppl, 76| properly speaking, is not ascribed to the part ~but to the 233 Suppl, 77| even as the work of art ~is ascribed not to the instrument but 234 Suppl, 77| divided. Therefore totality is ascribed to the body in ~respect 235 Suppl, 80| De Civ. Dei xiii, 22), ~ascribed to them the subtlety whereby 236 Suppl, 81| priority. Yet no property is ascribed to glorified bodies as ~ 237 Suppl, 81| neither should agility be ~ascribed to them as perfecting them 238 Suppl, 82| cause of this clarity is ~ascribed by some to the fifth or 239 Suppl, 86| judge. Now ~judgment is ascribed to the Son of man because 240 Suppl, 86| punishment is more especially ~ascribed antonomastically to judgment 241 Suppl, 88| alternation, either both are ascribed to it, or neither. Now the 242 Suppl, 88| either neither position is ~ascribed to the sun, or both. But 243 Suppl, 88| both nor neither can be ~ascribed to it, except successively 244 Suppl, 88| kinds of perfection are ascribed to man ~(for there is the 245 Suppl, 93| things must ne ~especially ascribed to Christ. Now an aureole 246 Suppl, 94| Consequently the worm ~ascribed to the damned must be understood 247 Appen2, 1| the pain of fire only is ~ascribed to Purgatory, because fire


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