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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | contrary, Holy Scripture speaks of it as one science: "Wisdom ~ 2 1, 1 | literal sense. When Scripture ~speaks of God's arm, the literal 3 1, 5 | would be opposed; and ~Tully speaks of this (De Offic. ii). 4 1, 9 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine there speaks in a similar way to Plato, 5 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: That authority speaks of the similitude which 6 1, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Augustine speaks of the knowledge of God 7 1, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Augustine speaks as one inquiring, and conditionally. 8 1, 12 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Gregory speaks as regards the object being 9 1, 22 | unchangeableness of which Boethius ~speaks, pertain to the certainty 10 1, 27 | such a meaning, ~when He speaks of Himself, "The Son cannot 11 1, 31 | Trinity is God alone, he speaks expositively, as he might ~ 12 1, 34 | intelligent, so the Father speaks, the ~Son speaks, and the 13 1, 34 | Father speaks, the ~Son speaks, and the Holy Ghost speaks; 14 1, 34 | speaks, and the Holy Ghost speaks; and likewise, each one 15 1, 34 | Trin. ~vii, 1): "He who speaks in that co-eternal Word 16 1, 34 | of understanding a stone, speaks a stone. Anselm took the 17 1, 34 | brought into being. ~Basil speaks widely and figuratively 18 1, 37 | by the Word or the Son, speaks ~Himself, and His creatures; 19 1, 37 | can say that the ~Father speaks by the Word, as by the Person 20 1, 37 | Person proceeding, "and speaks by ~the speaking," as by 21 1, 37 | loved. Hence, as the Father speaks Himself and every creature 22 1, 39 | a gloss adds, "The Son speaks Who said to Moses, I am 23 1, 40 | he himself says. But he speaks in a ~general sense, forasmuch 24 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Gregory speaks of the temporal generation 25 1, 45 | as if we were to say, "He speaks of nothing," because he 26 1, 46 | Secondly, because wherever he speaks of this subject, he ~quotes 27 1, 48 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Aristotle speaks there according to the opinion 28 1, 48 | above. For the Philosopher speaks ~there of good and evil 29 1, 48 | grammarian of his own will ~speaks incorrectly. Therefore, 30 1, 51 | explained (A[2]). ~Augustine speaks, not as asserting the fact, 31 1, 68 | borne in mind that Scripture speaks of heaven in a threefold 32 1, 72 | ways in which ~Scripture speaks of them, as Basil says ( 33 1, 74 | is indicated by God that ~speaks, and the Person of the Son 34 1, 74 | by the Word in which He speaks, and the ~Person of the 35 1, 76 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine speaks there of the soul as it 36 1, 37 | by the Word or the Son, speaks ~Himself, and His creatures; 37 1, 37 | can say that the ~Father speaks by the Word, as by the Person 38 1, 37 | Person proceeding, "and speaks by ~the speaking," as by 39 1, 37 | loved. Hence, as the Father speaks Himself and every creature 40 1, 39 | a gloss adds, "The Son speaks Who said to Moses, I ~am 41 1, 40 | he himself says. But he speaks in a ~general sense, forasmuch 42 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Gregory speaks of the temporal generation 43 1, 46 | as if we were to say, "He speaks of nothing," because he 44 1, 47 | Secondly, because wherever he speaks of this subject, he ~quotes 45 1, 49 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Aristotle speaks there according to the opinion 46 1, 49 | above. For the Philosopher speaks ~there of good and evil 47 1, 49 | grammarian of his own will ~speaks incorrectly. Therefore, 48 1, 52 | explained (A[2]). ~Augustine speaks, not as asserting the fact, 49 1, 69 | borne in mind that Scripture speaks of heaven in a threefold 50 1, 71 | ways in which ~Scripture speaks of them, as Basil says ( 51 1, 73 | is indicated by God that ~speaks, and the Person of the Son 52 1, 73 | by the Word in which He speaks, and the ~Person of the 53 1, 75 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine speaks there of the soul as it 54 1, 78 | of which the Philosopher speaks, is ~something in the soul. 55 1, 78 | of which the Philosopher speaks, is ~not the same as the 56 1, 80 | movement, of which Augustine speaks (De Trin. xii, 12, 13), 57 1, 83 | In this passage Augustine speaks not of intellectual but 58 1, 88 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Isidore speaks of the knowledge of the 59 1, 88 | Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher speaks of remembrance, according 60 1, 88 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Augustine speaks there in accordance with 61 1, 92 | Reply OBJ 1: The Prophet speaks of bodily images made by 62 1, 93 | speak to the first man as He speaks to the angels; ~by shedding 63 1, 94 | Reply OBJ 4: The Master here speaks according to the opinion 64 1, 105 | this truth that the prophet speaks; wherefore he adds: "They 65 1, 105 | Reply OBJ 3: The Philosopher speaks of the lower sensitive appetite ~ 66 1, 106 | inquiry:~(1) Whether one angel speaks to another?~(2) Whether 67 1, 106 | 2) Whether the inferior speaks to the superior?~(3) Whether 68 1, 106 | superior?~(3) Whether an angel speaks to God?~(4) Whether the 69 1, 106 | Para. 1/1~Whether one angel speaks to another?~Aquin.: SMT 70 1, 106 | twofold; interior, whereby one speaks to ~oneself; and exterior, 71 1, 106 | and exterior, whereby one speaks to another. But exterior 72 1, 106 | understand how one angel speaks to another, we must consider 73 1, 106 | knowledge, then a ~person speaks to himself; for the concept 74 1, 106 | and in this way one angel ~speaks to another; for to speak 75 1, 106 | Whether the inferior angel speaks to the superior?~Aquin.: 76 1, 106 | Gregory says (Moral. ii): "God speaks to the angels by ~the very 77 1, 106 | Therefore, whenever God speaks, ~He enlightens. In the 78 1, 106 | Para. 1/1~Whether an angel speaks to God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 79 1, 106 | concept to God. So if an angel speaks to God, he ever speaks to 80 1, 106 | angel speaks to God, he ever speaks to God; ~which in some ways 81 1, 106 | since an angel sometimes ~speaks to another angel. Therefore 82 1, 106 | seems that an angel never speaks to ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 83 1, 106 | Jerusalem." Therefore an angel speaks to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 84 1, 106 | above (AA[1],2), the angel speaks by ordering ~his mental 85 1, 106 | sense an ~angel in no way speaks to God either of what concerns 86 1, 106 | and ~in this way an angel speaks to God, either by consulting 87 1, 106 | exists in ~the angel who speaks, and consequently where 88 1, 106 | consequently where the angel is who speaks. But ~as local distance 89 1, 106 | the angels know what one speaks to another?~Aquin.: SMT 90 1, 106 | the angels know what one speaks to ~another. For unequal 91 1, 106 | the angels know ~what one speaks to another.~Aquin.: SMT 92 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle speaks, then, not of the glory 93 2, 2 | in this sense Dionysius speaks. But if we consider being ~ 94 2, 3 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius speaks of the knowledge of wayfarers 95 2, 11 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine speaks there of perfect enjoyment.~ 96 2, 19 | Reply OBJ 2: The Philosopher speaks here of the practical intellect, 97 2, 19 | Reply OBJ 1: This gloss speaks of good as in the estimation 98 2, 26 | this sense that Augustine speaks of love in the ~passage 99 2, 28 | this sense that Dionysius speaks of love in chapter iv of 100 2, 36 | is that Augustine often speaks of desire or ~concupiscence 101 2, 45 | this sense that Augustine speaks of daring: but we are speaking 102 2, 48 | his friendships . . . and speaks and acts openly." ~Desire, 103 2, 50 | Aristotle: both because he speaks in the same way of health ~ 104 2, 65 | is of this love that he ~speaks. Therefore hope cannot be 105 2, 67 | material element; thus he speaks of justice, as regards ~" 106 2, 68 | sense that the ~Apostle speaks, in this passage, about 107 2, 68 | Ghost, of which ~Isaias speaks, agrees in degrees and expression 108 2, 77 | contrary, The Apostle (Rm. 7:5) speaks of the passions as ~"passions 109 2, 84 | that passage he clearly speaks against those who, because 110 2, 87 | On the contrary, Gregory speaks (Hom. xi in Ezech.) that 111 2, 87 | this sense that the Apostle speaks (Rm. 1:24) when he says: ~" 112 2, 100 | duty that the Philosopher speaks ~(Ethic. v, 11) of a kind 113 2, 100 | and therefore the ~Apostle speaks of the commandment about 114 2, 107 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks expressly of the difficulty 115 2, 109 | faith, of which the Apostle speaks.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 116 2, 113 | that he of ~whom Augustine speaks was regenerated, because 117 2, 114 | is in this sense that he speaks of faith as meriting ~justification. 118 2, 114 | the ~passage from Jeremias speaks.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 119 2, 4 | of which the Philosopher speaks is based on human ~reasoning 120 2, 12 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: He that speaks against God, with the intention 121 2, 13 | such blasphemy as Our Lord ~speaks of, always proceeds from 122 2, 18 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine speaks there of the fear of punishment.~ 123 2, 23 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks from the point of view of 124 2, 23 | another way, that when he speaks of a man being emptied and ~ 125 2, 24 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Gregory speaks there of charity under the 126 2, 24 | sense in which Augustine speaks in the passage quoted in ~ 127 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 1: This gloss speaks of the second correction 128 2, 31 | act ~of justice. Or if it speaks of the first correction, 129 2, 31 | insolence, as also when he speaks ~ill of him: and this is 130 2, 43 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle speaks there of wisdom, as extending 131 2, 44 | this folly that the Apostle speaks.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 132 2, 48 | Ethic. i, 1 the Philosopher speaks of riches ~as the end of 133 2, 56 | sense that ~the Philosopher speaks.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 134 2, 56 | latter sense Augustine speaks in the passage quoted: for 135 2, 70 | the ear, as when a person speaks too loud. But, considered 136 2, 71 | the other hand, he ~that speaks against another secretly, 137 2, 71 | the person against whom he speaks. For ~the backbiter apparently 138 2, 71 | other ~hand, the reviler speaks against a man to his face. 139 2, 71 | face. Wherefore if a man ~speaks ill of another in the presence 140 2, 72 | sound of his speech, for he speaks disparagingly not to the ~ 141 2, 72 | backbiter, because a backbiter speaks ~with a double tongue, with 142 2, 72 | it is that ~a tale-bearer speaks such ill about his neighbors 143 2, 72 | backbiter in so far as he speaks ~ill of another; yet he 144 2, 72 | speaking evil. Now a backbiter speaks of his ~neighbor things 145 2, 73 | this purpose the derider speaks ill of ~him. It is accordingly 146 2, 75 | s temple." ~Cassiodorus speaks in the same sense in his 147 2, 76 | of counsel. ~Or again, He speaks here not of the hope of 148 2, 78 | the service of God" (he speaks after the ~manner of Socrates 149 2, 87 | swear by His name." Now he ~speaks there of the servitude of 150 2, 89 | the heart. For the heart speaks God's praises when it ~fervently 151 2, 90 | this sense that the gloss speaks literally.~ 152 2, 105 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks of what the ungrateful man ~ 153 2, 108 | with truth, ~since that speaks the truth, thinking it to 154 2, 110 | ways. For sometimes a man ~speaks of himself, not above what 155 2, 110 | Reply OBJ 2: This gloss speaks of boasting as arising from 156 2, 111 | this sense that Solomon speaks of the man who, through 157 2, 111 | through deceitful ~humility, "speaks low" wickedly.~ 158 2, 112 | Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher speaks of a twofold friendship 159 2, 113 | against Whose justice he speaks, and ~contrary to the love 160 2, 114 | account of the ~person who speaks, the contradictor refusing 161 2, 114 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: James speaks there of concupiscence considered 162 2, 116 | in ~this sense Augustine speaks of covetousness in the passage 163 2, 116 | Reply OBJ 3: This gloss speaks of the inordinate concupiscence 164 2, 116 | calls illiberality, for he ~speaks of those who are "sparing, 165 2, 123 | Reply OBJ 3: This gloss speaks of the fear that turns man 166 2, 135 | this sense that Augustine speaks of perseverance as ~denoting 167 2, 135 | of which the Philosopher speaks (Ethic. ~vii, 4,7) does 168 2, 135 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Augustine speaks there of perseverance, as 169 2, 153 | and in ~this sense Ambrose speaks of continence.~Aquin.: SMT 170 2, 154 | ii, 5] the ~Philosopher speaks of women as though they 171 2, 156 | considers anger; for he speaks of the anger whereby one 172 2, 156 | the foolish']," and he speaks of the spiritual killing, 173 2, 158 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle speaks of modesty as regarding 174 2, 163 | what they say when a demon speaks in them. Accordingly (Gen. 175 2, 166 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Jeremias speaks there in accordance with 176 2, 169 | its significance when he speaks of the past or present."~ 177 2, 169 | of the ~generator. Jerome speaks in this sense when he says [* 178 2, 170 | his prophets, the devil ~speaks only of his own, for he 179 2, 172 | this sense that ~Augustine speaks as quoted above. Nevertheless 180 2, 172 | of prophecy, ~if he who speaks or shows something to the 181 2, 174 | is received, ~yet no one speaks in the tongues of all nations, 182 2, 174 | Church ~herself already speaks the languages of all nations: 183 2, 175 | effect that a man not only speaks so as to be understood ~ 184 2, 175 | gift of tongues, but also ~speaks with effect, and this pertains 185 2, 175 | this is the case when a man speaks so as "to teach." Secondly, 186 2, 175 | This is the case when a man speaks so as "to please" his ~hearers, 187 2, 175 | the ~case when a man so speaks as "to sway" his hearers. 188 2, 175 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted speaks of private teaching whereby 189 2, 178 | beginning and its end. Gregory speaks in ~this sense (Hom. xiv 190 2, 179 | sense as the Philosopher speaks of it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 191 2, 179 | 1: The authority quoted speaks expressly of doctrine as 192 2, 182 | Chrysostom by ~saying that he speaks not of a priest of lesser 193 2, 182 | over and reply ~that he speaks in view of the difficulty. 194 2, 185 | Monachorum, cap. 21, where he speaks against certain monks who 195 2, 185 | occupied in reading." Again he speaks of that preaching which 196 2, 185 | Reply OBJ 2: The first gloss speaks of begging from motives 197 2, 185 | while the second ~gloss speaks of those who without effecting 198 3, 1 | believing God Himself ~Who speaks; hence Augustine says (De 199 3, 9 | good who ~obeys him that speaks aright." And hence it was 200 3, 24 | OBJ 1: The Apostle there speaks of that predestination by 201 3, 26 | how accurately St. Thomas speaks of the "flesh" or ~body 202 3, 27 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Augustine speaks according to the common 203 3, 27 | The mercy of which Job speaks is not the infused virtue; ~ 204 3, 28 | sister." For "Scripture ~speaks of brethren in four senses; 205 3, 31 | Jerome says on Mt. 1, Isaias speaks of the generation of ~Christ' 206 3, 31 | giving the legal ~genealogy, speaks of no one as begetting.~ 207 3, 36 | star. ~A heavenly tongue speaks to both, because the tongue 208 3, 42 | How can it be said that He speaks in ~secret when He speaks 209 3, 42 | speaks in ~secret when He speaks before so many men? . . . 210 3, 42 | according to Jerome, He speaks comparatively - that is 211 3, 46 | depth," of which the Apostle speaks (Eph. 3:18): "For breadth ~ 212 3, 60 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Augustine speaks there of sensible things, 213 3, 63 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle speaks there of that sealing by 214 3, 82 | the prayers of the mass, speaks ~instead of the Church, 215 3, 82 | consecrating the ~sacrament he speaks as in the person of Christ, 216 3, 84 | sense that the Philosopher speaks in Ethic. ix. Secondly, 217 3, 84 | comfort, of ~which the Apostle speaks, moderates sorrow but does 218 Suppl, 2 | sense that Jerome [*Basil] speaks. Hence there is not need ~ 219 Suppl, 8 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: James speaks on the presupposition of 220 Suppl, 9 | declares the sins which he has, speaks the truth; ~and thus his 221 Suppl, 15| of this ~debt that Anselm speaks.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[15] A[ 222 Suppl, 19| 2~Reply OBJ 3: Augustine speaks of the remission of sins 223 Suppl, 30| 3]). Hence, ~too, James speaks of the remission of sin 224 Suppl, 69| abodes of which Augustine speaks, we must ~also reckon hell 225 Suppl, 70| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Augustine speaks there as nearly throughout 226 Suppl, 70| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine speaks there as one inquiring: 227 Suppl, 71| whereof the ~Philosopher speaks, is impossible between the 228 Suppl, 71| sinners," says that "he speaks as one unanointed and as 229 Suppl, 72| 1~Reply OBJ 2: The Lord speaks there of Moses and Samuel 230 Suppl, 73| spirit of life": and Gregory speaks in the same sense (Dial. 231 Suppl, 80| Apostle's meaning, just as he speaks of ~spiritual bodies, so 232 Suppl, 81| this sense that Augustine speaks ~when he says that "wheresoever 233 Suppl, 89| alive from the fact that he speaks): ~otherwise the sense is 234 Suppl, 89| In these words Augustine speaks as one inquiring and ~conditionally. 235 Suppl, 91| Reply OBJ 1: This gloss speaks of what the departed saints 236 Suppl, 92| father. In this sense Moses speaks in the ~passage quoted above. 237 Suppl, 93| this sense that our Lord speaks of fruit (Mt. 13:23), where 238 Suppl, 93| this ~sense that Jerome speaks.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 239 Suppl, 94| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Augustine speaks by way of comparison. For 240 Suppl, 96| according to some that Gregory speaks of the will that is made ~ 241 Suppl, 96| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord speaks there of formed faith [* 242 Suppl, 96| 4: The gloss of Ambrose speaks of the inconstancy that ~ 243 Suppl, 96| a scourging. ~Or, if he speaks of the inconstancy of mortal


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