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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | revelation, there is no longer any ~means of proving the 2 1, 3 | The measure of Him is ~longer than the earth and broader 3 1, 18 | to be alive. When it no longer has any movement ~of itself, 4 1, 20 | life, since He preserves it longer. For it does not end, as 5 1, 25 | were ~greater it would no longer be four, but another number. 6 1, 40 | removed from man, the man no longer remains in the ~intellect, 7 1, 40 | idea of ~the hypostasis no longer remains. For the personal 8 1, 40 | abstracted, the hypostases no ~longer remain. Some, however, think, 9 1, 40 | person, ~the hypostasis no longer remains; whereas it would 10 1, 42 | more perfect nature are of ~longer duration; and in regard 11 1, 53 | term "whither," he is no longer in motion, but is ~changed. 12 1, 62 | like the angel. Hence a longer way was assigned to man 13 1, 64 | namely, pride, is in them no longer; because the motive for 14 1, 64 | the motive for the sin ~no longer endures, namely, excellence. 15 1, 40 | removed from man, the man no longer remains in the ~intellect, 16 1, 40 | idea of ~the hypostasis no longer remains. For the personal 17 1, 40 | abstracted, the hypostases no ~longer remain. Some, however, think, 18 1, 40 | person, ~the hypostasis no longer remains; whereas it would 19 1, 42 | more perfect nature are of ~longer duration; and in regard 20 1, 54 | term "whither," he is no longer in motion, but is ~changed. 21 1, 63 | like the angel. Hence a longer way was assigned to man 22 1, 65 | namely, pride, is in them no longer; because the motive for 23 1, 65 | the motive for the sin ~no longer endures, namely, excellence. 24 1, 88 | body, it understands no longer by turning to ~phantasms, 25 1, 92 | future life faith will no longer ~exist, but only the remembrance 26 1, 107 | end is attained, it is no longer necessary to tend ~towards 27 1, 112 | at the end of life he no ~longer has a guardian angel; but 28 1, 118 | food ~would be needful no longer; but also to renew that 29 1, 118 | taken from, it would ~no longer be of the nature of the 30 2, 2 | worked for honor, it would no longer be a ~virtue, but ambition.~ 31 2, 4 | lover: and then it is no ~longer sought for. Sometimes it 32 2, 4 | rectitude of the will is no longer necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FS 33 2, 4 | instruments of movement are no longer necessary when ~the end 34 2, 4 | when this body will no longer be 'natural,' ~but 'spiritual,' 35 2, 4 | united to the body then no longer animal but ~spiritual. Consequently 36 2, 5 | Consequently he will no longer be ~truly happy, if evil 37 2, 6 | compulsion, it would no longer be by an act of the will, 38 2, 23 | obtained, which can be ~no longer have the aspect of arduousness 39 2, 23 | passion: because it is no ~longer considered in the light 40 2, 24 | and evil of reason ~are no longer accidentally in the passions 41 2, 25 | find rest in a thing, we no longer ~look upon it as something 42 2, 32 | that measure, it will be no longer ~proportionate or pleasant, 43 2, 32 | increases its effect: ~thus the longer a person remains near the 44 2, 36 | inclination there will be ~no longer repugnance or violence: 45 2, 40 | fears no ~hindrance, are no longer looked upon as difficult.~ 46 2, 48 | love grows stronger the longer it lasts. ~But in course 47 2, 67 | changed: even as it would no longer be an ox or a horse, ~were 48 2, 67 | enjoyment of ~God, it will no longer be possible to have hope.~ 49 2, 67 | glory, since there will no longer be ~possibility of being 50 2, 71 | the better it is, so ~the longer an evil lasts, the worse 51 2, 71 | sin, so that they are no longer ~virtues. On the other hand, 52 2, 73 | altogether involuntary, it is no longer sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 53 2, 77 | altogether, the sin is no longer either ~mortal or venial.~ 54 2, 78 | through ~malice, abides longer in his sin. For this reason 55 2, 85 | being, for then he would no longer be capable of ~sin. Wherefore 56 2, 86 | when the act of sin is no longer ~there, neither is the stain 57 2, 87 | the debt of punishment no longer remains.~Aquin.: SMT FS 58 2, 88 | frequently, this ignorance no longer ~avails as an excuse, for 59 2, 89 | busy about earthly remain ~longer, because they are unable 60 2, 89 | to ~"wood," which remains longer in the fire; "stubble," 61 2, 91 | full grown man, who is "no longer under a pedagogue."~Aquin.: 62 2, 95 | law of nature, it is no longer ~a law but a perversion 63 2, 96 | when enacted, is so no longer": as the fixing of the ransom 64 2, 97 | shows that the law is no longer useful: just as it might 65 2, 98 | faith is come, we are no longer ~under a pedagogue."~Aquin.: 66 2, 101 | and therefore it needs no longer to be ~foreshadowed as something 67 2, 102 | honor of God, ~there was no longer reason to fear these occasions 68 2, 102 | which have the hind-legs longer ~than the forelegs, so that 69 2, 102 | sown: since it would take a longer time for these to bear fruit: 70 2, 103 | 16), who says: "It is no longer promised that He shall be 71 2, 103 | not only dead, so as no longer to be ~either effectual 72 2, 104 | judicial precepts are no ~longer in force.~Aquin.: SMT FS 73 2, 105 | the loan which would no longer have been gratuitous. ~And 74 2, 106 | faith is come, we are no longer under a pedagogue."~Aquin.: 75 2, 107 | follows that they are no ~longer to be observed: for it they 76 2, 107 | of a future gift holds no longer when it has been fulfilled ~ 77 2, 109 | the act of sin, remains no longer perfect, but ~corrupted, 78 2, 109 | given to us ~that we may no longer need the Divine help; for 79 2, 2 | his part, ~since he is no longer free to believe or not to 80 2, 5 | chooses to reject, he no longer adheres to the ~teaching 81 2, 5 | not obstinate, he is no longer in heresy but ~only in error. 82 2, 8 | proposed to it about God, no longer by way of corporeal phantasms, 83 2, 11 | stubborn, the Church no longer hoping for his ~conversion, 84 2, 12 | the faith, so that they no longer owe him allegiance?~Aquin.: 85 2, 12 | the faith, that they no longer ~owe him allegiance. For 86 2, 16 | from evils which ~will no longer be in eternal happiness. 87 2, 17 | that when happiness is no ~longer future, but present, it 88 2, 18 | confronts him for his sin and no longer loves the ~friendship of 89 2, 23 | has been reached it is no longer possible to go any further 90 2, 23 | turns ~away from God, he no longer retains the effect of the 91 2, 24 | become incurable, we ought no longer to show them friendliness. 92 2, 24 | ceases to work, it is no longer love." Hence charity towards 93 2, 25 | because parents have loved longer, for the ~father begins 94 2, 25 | a lapse of time; and the longer love lasts, the ~stronger 95 2, 25 | For then one man will no longer succor ~another, as he needs 96 2, 26 | love our ~friend, we no longer love him for his favors, 97 2, 26 | after He is known, He is no longer known through them, but 98 2, 30 | ours that "sponsus" is no longer accurately ~rendered either " 99 2, 30 | his superior, he is no ~longer subject to another in its 100 2, 31 | conscience, but have it ~no longer: and then we should bethink 101 2, 31 | worse through it, it is longer a ~vital truth, nor is it 102 2, 31 | of our brother, it is no longer good, so that when ~such 103 2, 31 | presence of others, he no ~longer sins against thee alone, 104 2, 38 | the need ceases, it is no longer lawful to fight on ~a holy 105 2, 41 | malice, and then it would no longer be right to forego that 106 2, 41 | infliction of punishment will no longer be a part of justice. It 107 2, 41 | ought to be done, it is no longer evil or sinful, for a sin 108 2, 47 | in his ~heart, it will no longer be a means suitable to the 109 2, 52 | negligently, they ~are no longer good. Therefore it seems 110 2, 53 | one's body, this is no ~longer prudence of the flesh, because 111 2, 58 | the judges may judge no longer of them, ~but according 112 2, 60 | belongs to another, ~no longer has it, through its having 113 2, 60 | though the thing ~is no longer in his possession. For just 114 2, 75 | exceed the price, there is no longer the equality ~of justice: 115 2, 75 | more frequently, and lasts longer in its condition of purity 116 2, 81 | that we become meek ~and no longer resist Him. If it is knowledge 117 2, 81 | Purgatory, for they can no longer sin. Now those in Purgatory 118 2, 81 | cannot be continued any longer without ~causing weariness, 119 2, 81 | and that He 'prayed the longer' in order to set us an ~ 120 2, 86 | one ought ~not to delay longer than one intended to bind 121 2, 86 | rejoice that thou canst no longer do what thou mightest ~lawfully 122 2, 86 | rejoice that thou canst no longer do what thou mightest lawfully ~ 123 2, 86 | vow is by his authority no longer so ~contained, in so far 124 2, 87 | hitherto came under an oath no ~longer comes under it, as not being 125 2, 98 | are considered to be no longer sacred vessels but mere ~ 126 2, 99 | them it will be an act no longer of virtue but of vice. Hence 127 2, 99 | worship of God it would no longer be an act of piety to pay 128 2, 100 | affairs of the state. This no longer ~belongs to observance, 129 2, 104 | be his motive, ~it is no longer called service." Wherefore 130 2, 104 | time and ~one should no longer delay when the convenient 131 2, 108 | because circumstances are no longer the same. Hence ~the Apostle, 132 2, 120 | to their ~parents, live longer.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 133 2, 121 | itself, since we shall no longer love that for the ~sake 134 2, 122 | martyrdom, since even if we no ~longer yield the life of the body 135 2, 135 | lost, since it ~would no longer endure to the end.~Aquin.: 136 2, 139 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The longer the range of its operation, 137 2, 152 | women, namely, who are no ~longer virgins, as a gloss observes 138 2, 156 | reason, his ~anger is no longer from passion: wherefore 139 2, 159 | coupled with pride, and is no longer a virtue; even so, on the ~ 140 2, 162 | expedient for man ~to remain longer in the unhappiness of this 141 2, 167 | able to see God, ~having no longer the eyes that God made, 142 2, 173 | operate, the soul is no longer in ~any way united to the 143 2, 178 | wherefore its act can endure longer.~ 144 2, 180 | will learn whether they no longer ~wrong their neighbor, whether 145 2, 180 | things, whether ~they no longer carry with them the shadows 146 2, 181 | ministers . . . she had ~no longer any spirit in her." Hence 147 2, 183 | bound yourself, you can no longer do otherwise. Before you 148 2, 183 | become a professor it no longer becomes him to be a listener, ~ 149 2, 184 | rather that thou canst no longer do lawfully, what thou ~ 150 3, 5 | all points, it would no longer be a likeness but the reality ~ 151 3, 6 | when it is ~in being it no longer depends on it, just as a 152 3, 8 | members of Christ, as being no longer in ~potentiality to be united 153 3, 9 | reaching the end motion is no longer necessary. Hence, since 154 3, 18 | an agony, He ~prayed the longer." Now agony seems to imply 155 3, 19 | therefore, since He ~is no longer a wayfarer, He is not in 156 3, 22 | no conscience of sin any longer; but in them there ~is made 157 3, 29 | instance be alleged, it will no longer be unique." But ~miracles 158 3, 31 | elsewhere, as though He no longer ~continued to govern heaven 159 3, 35 | But in summer the days are longer than in winter. Therefore, ~ 160 3, 36 | of the prophets ~spoke no longer." But the angels who appeared 161 3, 36 | will that, ~when they no longer saw the star, the Magi, 162 3, 39 | world if He had taught for a longer time, beginning at the age 163 3, 39 | cross; since gates were no ~longer needed for a heaven which 164 3, 46 | the ~passion, and has no longer free-will with regard to 165 3, 46 | Christ ~should have lived longer in the world, so that He 166 3, 50 | being corrupted, exists no longer, since ~corruption is change 167 3, 51 | various spices in ~order the longer to preserve them from corruption [* 168 3, 51 | of nature, which can no longer hold the body ~together. 169 3, 52 | this life when they are no longer ~capable of the said change. 170 3, 53 | if David's body was no longer there; for even if he had ~ 171 3, 54 | Resurrection, He bore the scars no ~longer. But it ill became the unchangeableness 172 3, 55 | on the very day, when no longer upon the earth, but uplifted ~ 173 3, 56 | when Christ rose He was no longer a wayfarer, and consequently 174 3, 57 | and you ~shall see Me no longer'" - "For 'blessed are they 175 3, 57 | thereby increased, since we no longer deem Him an earthly man, 176 3, 57 | but now we know ~Him so no longer."~On His part, in regard 177 3, 59 | lapse, while others endure longer.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 178 3, 61 | time" has "come," we are no longer children. ~Therefore it 179 3, 64 | cruelty. The sacrifice is no ~longer offered, the chrism is no 180 3, 64 | offered, the chrism is no longer consecrated, all the mysteries 181 3, 65 | But now they remain no longer as figures, and therefore 182 3, 69 | been remitted, a man no ~longer deserves to be punished, 183 3, 69 | that we may serve sin no ~longer - Like a man who, having 184 3, 69 | sense that man should no longer be in fear of them: "and 185 3, 69 | that we may serve sin no longer," a gloss says: "this ~is 186 3, 74 | corrupted, and which no ~longer seems to be wheaten bread. 187 3, 74 | But ~what is corrupted no longer exists. Therefore, it is 188 3, 75 | into another thing, ~no longer remains after such change. 189 3, 75 | every change exists no ~longer, except in the potentiality 190 3, 75 | of the bread or wine no longer remains, unless perchance ~ 191 3, 77 | the ~hammer is moved no longer. But all accidental forms 192 3, 77 | species of bread or wine no longer ~remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP 193 3, 77 | the bread, because it no longer ~remains. Therefore the 194 3, 77 | former wine would remain no longer. ~But if the liquid added 195 3, 77 | Christ will remain there no ~longer. But if the quantity of 196 3, 78 | sacrament, the priest uses no longer his own words, but ~the 197 3, 80 | ad 2); hence ~he is no longer to be called a sinner.~Aquin.: 198 3, 80 | there is occasionally a longer ~interval of time. Consequently, 199 3, 83 | for the dead, who can no longer receive it, saying: "Be 200 3, 83 | close of the mass is no longer observed, on account of 201 3, 85 | for its own sake and no longer ~for the sake of the punishment; 202 Suppl, 1 | contrite for them, they are no longer voluntary, so that they 203 Suppl, 4 | should not grieve for sin any longer than suffices ~for the sin 204 Suppl, 4 | expedient to grieve any ~longer.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[2] 205 Suppl, 6 | man may delay confession longer than the limit prescribed 206 Suppl, 8 | confess sins that he has no longer. ~Consequently, if a man 207 Suppl, 8 | debt, because there is no longer any possibility of ~sinning, 208 Suppl, 9 | he confessed first is ~no longer available, so that he can 209 Suppl, 21| Minor ~excommunication is no longer recognized by Canon Law.] 210 Suppl, 25| case ~indulgences would no longer be a remission, but rather 211 Suppl, 26| sin. For a stream can no longer flow if cut off from its 212 Suppl, 29| a good name, which is no longer necessary, for its own sake, 213 Suppl, 37| servants . . . she had no longer ~any spirit in her," for 214 Suppl, 39| of his time. This is no longer the case now.].~Aquin.: 215 Suppl, 46| another woman, he is no longer able to fulfill his obligation, 216 Suppl, 54| the ~worship of God is no longer handed down and spread abroad 217 Suppl, 55| the stronger the tie the longer it lasts. Therefore the 218 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 3: She can no longer be called a harlot since 219 Suppl, 62| because although she is no longer ~guilty, neither in act 220 Suppl, 66| but not ~if she were no longer a virgin when she married - 221 Suppl, 69| that heaven or ~hell be no longer his place: and in this way 222 Suppl, 71| death and when he is no longer in the body.~Aquin.: SMT 223 Suppl, 71| Now after death men are no longer wayfarers, ~because to them 224 Suppl, 71| felt, and thus would ~no longer be a punishment.~Aquin.: 225 Suppl, 71| they are ~fulfilled, he no longer needs them, since he is 226 Suppl, 72| watch ~over men will no longer fulfill the office of guardians.~ 227 Suppl, 74| that "time shall ~be no longer." Therefore time ought to 228 Suppl, 80| a glorified body will no longer need to ~be in an equal 229 Suppl, 80| glorified body ~will no longer need to be in an equal place. 230 Suppl, 81| removed there will be ~no longer an obstacle; and so either 231 Suppl, 83| heavenly ~movement there is no longer any agent that can change 232 Suppl, 85| last as long as or even longer ~than all the previous ages, 233 Suppl, 88| that time shall be no ~longer," namely after the seventh 234 Suppl, 88| state of glory man will ~no longer need one of these services, 235 Suppl, 88| away, since there will no longer be the same harmony. Therefore 236 Suppl, 88| appetite for an effect to last longer ~than its cause. Wherefore 237 Suppl, 93| martyrdom; since ~even if we no longer yield the life of the body 238 Suppl, 96| so much the shorter or ~longer according as they are more 239 Appen1, 2| the fomes, which ~will no longer be in the separate soul 240 Appen1, 2| clear ~that wood remains longer in the fire than hay and 241 Appen1, 2| venial sin is punished longer in Purgatory than another.~ 242 Appen1, 2| are tormented in Purgatory longer ~than others, for as much 243 Appen1, 2| that one may ~be delayed longer who is tormented less, and "


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