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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exercise

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | figures is useful for the exercise of thoughtful minds and 2 1, 13 | for example the ~sun by exercise of its one power produces 3 1, 22 | everything happening from the exercise ~of free will must be subject 4 1, 48 | but an occasion for ~the exercise of virtue," as is said in 5 1, 51 | bodies?~(3) Whether they exercise functions of life in the 6 1, 51 | 1/1~Whether the angels exercise functions of life in the 7 1, 51 | would seem that the angels exercise functions of life in ~assumed 8 1, 51 | which seems to live and to ~exercise vital functions, did not 9 1, 51 | functions. Therefore the ~angels exercise functions of life in the 10 1, 51 | Therefore the angels often exercise functions of life in ~assumed 11 1, 51 | their assumed bodies they ~exercise functions of life.~Aquin.: 12 1, 51 | 18). Therefore the angels exercise functions of life in assumed ~ 13 1, 51 | Therefore they cannot exercise ~functions of life through 14 1, 57 | of singulars, they could exercise no provision over what ~ 15 1, 58 | morning, the angel could never exercise his evening ~knowledge.~ 16 1, 66 | bodies, it must necessarily exercise ~some influence on bodies 17 1, 70 | united to a body in order to ~exercise their functions. There are, 18 1, 49 | but an occasion for ~the exercise of virtue," as is said in 19 1, 52 | bodies?~(3) Whether they exercise functions of life in the 20 1, 52 | 1/1~Whether the angels exercise functions of life in the 21 1, 52 | would seem that the angels exercise functions of life in ~assumed 22 1, 52 | which seems to live and to ~exercise vital functions, did not 23 1, 52 | functions. Therefore the ~angels exercise functions of life in the 24 1, 52 | Therefore the angels often exercise functions of life in assumed 25 1, 52 | their assumed bodies they ~exercise functions of life.~Aquin.: 26 1, 52 | 18). Therefore the angels exercise functions of life in assumed ~ 27 1, 52 | Therefore they cannot exercise ~functions of life through 28 1, 58 | of singulars, they could exercise no provision over what ~ 29 1, 59 | morning, the angel could never exercise his evening ~knowledge.~ 30 1, 67 | bodies, it must necessarily exercise ~some influence on bodies 31 1, 71 | united to a body in order to ~exercise their functions. There are, 32 1, 107 | to some of the saints to exercise these offices; by ~working 33 1, 109 | determinate actions; but they ~exercise such actions only according 34 1, 109 | miracles; or because they exercise a kind of ministry in the ~ 35 1, 112 | 3: Even inferior angels exercise the office of the superior, ~ 36 1, 113 | world are enough for ~man's exercise. But God permits His elect 37 1, 113 | world would suffice for ~the exercise of human weakness: but it 38 2, 9 | moves the intellect; for we exercise the intellect ~when we will. 39 2, 9 | respects, viz. as to ~the exercise or use of the act, and as 40 2, 9 | the intellect as to the exercise of its act; ~since even 41 2, 9 | moved by itself, as to the exercise of its act, in respect of 42 2, 9 | far as it is moved ~in the exercise of its act, we must again 43 2, 9 | moves the will, as to ~the exercise of its act. But this is 44 2, 10 | two ways: first, as to the exercise ~of its act; secondly, as 45 2, 10 | away; which belongs to the exercise of the act. But if the sight 46 2, 13 | because they reason or ~exercise any choice about things. 47 2, 13 | ecclesiastical, by those who exercise no action in their regard. ~ 48 2, 17 | two ways. First, as to the exercise of the act. And considered 49 2, 40 | cognitive power, which we exercise by ~"looking out." Therefore 50 2, 53 | if one ~fails for long to exercise them.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] 51 2, 61 | secondly, that he should exercise choice for a particular 52 2, 63 | helped or hindered in the ~exercise of their acts, and, in consequence, 53 2, 65 | sometimes caused by the exercise of ~acts, as is proved in 54 2, 65 | Ethic. ii, 1,2. But man can exercise himself in the ~acts of 55 2, 65 | life. Hence man needs to exercise himself at the ~same time 56 2, 65 | moral virtues. And if he exercise ~himself, by good deeds, 57 2, 65 | moral virtues. But if he exercise himself by good deeds in ~ 58 2, 67 | his money: yet he cannot exercise the act. Now the ~object 59 2, 68 | gifts, but only with "bodily exercise," of which he had ~said 60 2, 74 | virtue is not without the exercise of choice: wherefore the 61 2, 77 | somehow ~fettered so as not to exercise its act freely; even as 62 2, 80 | sin, but is matter for the exercise ~of virtue. That reason 63 2, 81 | are so ~through want of exercise and through carelessness." 64 2, 87 | whatever is penal in the exercise of virtue, is reduced to 65 2, 99 | says: "Discipline is an ~exercise in morals by means of difficulties." 66 2, 102 | direction or in another, or even exercise some ~base occupation: for 67 2, 112 | have a will; and when we exercise the functions of life, ~ 68 2, 10 | she has not the right ~to exercise spiritual judgment over 69 2, 10 | OBJ 2: The Church does not exercise judgment against unbelievers ~ 70 2, 10 | punishment on them: but she does ~exercise judgment over some of them 71 2, 17 | the one same power cannot exercise two acts at the same ~time; 72 2, 30 | of the sinner, as to the exercise of the act of ~reproving, 73 2, 37 | lower power ought not to ~exercise its act, except in so far 74 2, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the exercise of a lawful thing is itself 75 2, 45 | choice ~and counsel as to its exercise; and consequently comes 76 2, 45 | prudence is caused by the exercise of acts, ~wherefore "its 77 2, 51 | demonstrative science is said to exercise judgment, in so far as it ~ 78 2, 59 | belongs ~to none but those who exercise authority over those goods; 79 2, 62 | an office, may lawfully ~exercise the functions of that office. 80 2, 62 | unless one be a soldier, exercise a public office, so that 81 2, 63 | The greater power should exercise the greater coercion. Now ~ 82 2, 64 | human society no ~man can exercise coercion except through 83 2, 64 | against justice, in the ~exercise of public authority, is 84 2, 67 | whom he hinders in the exercise of his office, ~and on his 85 2, 69 | less ~than competent to exercise it, such as persons of ill-repute 86 2, 76 | hire the labor which they exercise by work or by tongue. If 87 2, 79 | every virtue is a free exercise of the will, wherefore ~ 88 2, 98 | health, and a master the ~exercise of his teaching. Therefore 89 2, 98 | not as a price for the exercise of their gift of prophecy. 90 2, 98 | prophets, however, abused this exercise by demanding payment for 91 2, 98 | virtue of his office to exercise the power entrusted to him 92 2, 98 | accept anything for the exercise of his spiritual power, 93 2, 98 | receive the grace nor the exercise of the Order, because ~he 94 2, 98 | communicate with him in the exercise of his Order, whether his 95 2, 98 | him do not ~receive the exercise of their Orders, even though 96 2, 98 | but that one ~ought not to exercise the Order without a dispensation. 97 2, 98 | received, by forfeiting the exercise of his order, and resigning 98 2, 98 | consent, he forfeits the exercise of ~his Order, and is bound 99 2, 98 | dispensation ~allowing him to exercise even the major orders in 100 2, 100 | secondly, as regards the exercise of his ~government. In respect 101 2, 100 | and in respect of the ~exercise of his government, there 102 2, 100 | use compulsion: and to the exercise of their ~government there 103 2, 102 | virtue requires a man to exercise his will and choice, as 104 2, 119 | Judgment, yet piety will exercise its ~principal act, which 105 2, 120 | observance of the ~Sabbath to exercise any spiritual act, such 106 2, 130 | that ~this vice seems to exercise a kind of causality over 107 2, 137 | as on the way: ~for they exercise acts in connection with 108 2, 145 | during that time they should exercise themselves in fasting, ~ 109 2, 155 | disposition, so that he does not ~exercise his power of inflicting 110 2, 164 | and ~so it behooves him to exercise a praiseworthy restraint 111 2, 178 | the motive cause of the ~exercise of that action it belongs 112 2, 178 | of ~creatures we must not exercise an empty and futile curiosity, 113 2, 182 | required in order that one exercise such acts worthily.~Aquin.: 114 2, 182 | priests and archdeacons exercise an inferior ministry under ~ 115 2, 182 | as it is to a bishop, to exercise the cure of souls in ~chief, 116 2, 182 | good life together with the exercise ~of the cure of souls, on 117 2, 183 | power remain ~without the exercise of its act.~Aquin.: SMT 118 2, 183 | render him bodily unable to exercise the episcopal office. For 119 2, 184 | religious state is a school or exercise ~for the attainment of perfection, 120 2, 184 | the religious state is an ~exercise and a school for attaining 121 2, 184 | poverty is an efficient exercise for the attaining of perfect 122 2, 184 | religious state is a school ~and exercise for tending to perfection. 123 2, 185 | lowliest service is an ~exercise of humility; for thus one 124 2, 186 | established for preaching and the ~exercise of like works?~(5) Whether 125 2, 186 | are also various kinds of exercise. ~Wherefore religious orders 126 2, 186 | not be established for the exercise of these ~actions.~Aquin.: 127 2, 186 | whatever others acquire by exercise and daily meditation in ~ 128 2, 186 | and secondarily ~on the exercise. And since one thing cannot 129 2, 186 | comparison with respect to exercise ~is relative, since exercise 130 2, 186 | exercise ~is relative, since exercise is sought not for its own 131 2, 186 | secondarily, not on the amount of exercise, but on the proportion ~ 132 2, 186 | on the proportion ~of the exercise to the end in view. Wherefore 133 2, 186 | is like an instrument or exercise ~for the attainment of perfection. 134 2, 186 | no such things for the ~exercise of his act: he needs only 135 3, 32 | was not given to her to exercise an active ~power in His 136 3, 34 | touch, which the infant can exercise in the womb even before 137 3, 34 | was it possible for Him to exercise the sense ~of touch in that 138 3, 39 | contrary to the ~common law, to exercise the functions of governing 139 3, 46 | each one of His powers to exercise its proper ~function," as 140 3, 59 | to His human nature, to exercise judiciary power. on this 141 3, 59 | Consequently, He does not exercise judgment over all ~human 142 3, 59 | fashion He did not wish to exercise judiciary power over temporal ~ 143 3, 59 | in earth." But as to the ~exercise of this power, all things 144 3, 61 | says (1 Tim. 4:8): "Bodily exercise is profitable to ~little." 145 3, 61 | sacraments pertains to bodily exercise; because ~sacraments are 146 3, 61 | bodily actions, bodily ~exercise was offered to him in the 147 3, 61 | bodily hurt, by the healthy exercise of the sacraments.~Aquin.: 148 3, 61 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Bodily exercise, as such, is not very profitable: 149 3, 61 | not very profitable: but ~exercise taken in the use of the 150 3, 62 | their operation, ~which they exercise on the body that they touch, 151 3, 64 | clear that then he does not ~exercise the ministry of the Church, 152 3, 64 | subsequently ~during the exercise of the act his mind be distracted 153 3, 65 | means of suitable diet ~and exercise: and corresponding to this 154 3, 65 | rule the community and to exercise public acts: and ~corresponding 155 3, 67 | teaching, ~that they might exercise it themselves as being the 156 3, 68 | to ~perfection by taking exercise, as infants by taking milk," 157 3, 80 | necessity compels ~one to exercise the ministry because there 158 3, 82 | that they may mend; but the exercise is ~withdrawn from the degraded, 159 3, 82 | making it impossible to exercise them, as, for example, if 160 3, 84 | penitents as regards ~the exercise of external penance.~Aquin.: 161 3, 86 | than man's. Now by the ~exercise of good human works the 162 3, 87 | yet it is necessary to exercise some act of ~grace, which 163 3, 89 | things which appertain to the exercise of the ~ecclesiastical dignity. 164 3, 89 | are neither allowed to exercise their order, nor received 165 3, 89 | fasting or ~study, would exercise their former duties with 166 3, 89 | must be deprived of ~the exercise of their respective orders, 167 3, 89 | may be retained ~in the exercise of their respective orders, 168 Suppl, 8 | Q[5]), for a bishop to exercise the ~episcopal office in 169 Suppl, 8 | an order can depute ~the exercise thereof to anyone who has 170 Suppl, 8 | of ~an impediment to the exercise of his order, anyone who 171 Suppl, 10| salvation, by making us exercise ~our own virtue, and by 172 Suppl, 16| regards the acts which they exercise in respect of their end. 173 Suppl, 17| the keys, ~but he cannot exercise the act of the keys. And 174 Suppl, 17| habit, but the authority to exercise ~the act of knowledge, which 175 Suppl, 18| the effect of ~the actual exercise of the power of the keys 176 Suppl, 19| abbesses, for instance, who exercise a spiritual ~power over 177 Suppl, 19| grace, He is competent to exercise the act of the keys. ~[* 178 Suppl, 19| man is not competent to exercise this ~act as principal agent, 179 Suppl, 19| an active power, they can exercise it when they ~will.~Aquin.: 180 Suppl, 19| matter on whom one can exercise the use of the keys is a 181 Suppl, 20| implies a ~certain power to exercise authority, whereby the one 182 Suppl, 20| author]), "no man should exercise the priestly office, unless 183 Suppl, 20| can an inferior ~priest exercise on a superior a hierarchical 184 Suppl, 22| orders only, then he cannot ~exercise his order, but he can use 185 Suppl, 22| jurisdiction, though he can exercise his order: and if he be ~ 186 Suppl, 22| suspended from both, he can exercise neither.~Aquin.: SMT XP 187 Suppl, 22| Therefore the Church cannot exercise any further judgment on 188 Suppl, 24| admonition; (7) if ~the cleric exercise an act which is altogether 189 Suppl, 27| jurisdiction. Now no one ~can exercise jurisdiction on himself. 190 Suppl, 27| Reply OBJ 1: A man cannot exercise an act of jurisdiction on 191 Suppl, 31| v) there are some who ~exercise hierarchical actions, and 192 Suppl, 35| render ~him competent to exercise that power. This is also 193 Suppl, 35| Reply OBJ 3: The worthy exercise of Orders requires not any 194 Suppl, 35| since none but a deacon can exercise the act of the ~diaconate, 195 Suppl, 35| sacraments; thus ~doorkeepers exercise the act of admitting men 196 Suppl, 35| becomes adapted to the exercise of Orders, and one of these 197 Suppl, 36| without committing a sin exercise the ~Order he has received?~ 198 Suppl, 36| point consisted only in the exercise of ~bodily homage, which 199 Suppl, 36| Wherefore in order that a man exercise the ~office of an Order, 200 Suppl, 36| know whatever concerns the exercise of their Order.~Aquin.: 201 Suppl, 36| sacrament. Others are raised to exercise the other act which is over 202 Suppl, 36| is in sin can without sin exercise the Order he has ~received? [* 203 Suppl, 36| is in sin can without sin exercise the ~order he has received. 204 Suppl, 36| office, he is bound to ~exercise his order, he sins if he 205 Suppl, 36| would be unlawful for him to exercise the order he ~has received, 206 Suppl, 36| many acts concur in the one exercise of his order, it would seem ~ 207 Suppl, 36| he may be qualified to exercise it. Now a man sins mortally 208 Suppl, 36| whereby he was ~bound to the exercise of his order.~Aquin.: SMT 209 Suppl, 36| touch sacred things in the exercise of their ~office they sin 210 Suppl, 37| otherwise occupied in ~the exercise of their own order; others 211 Suppl, 37| priesthood and diaconate, which exercise an act about the ~consecrated 212 Suppl, 37| 1~Reply OBJ 6: Acolytes exercise an act over the cruet alone, 213 Suppl, 37| spiritual. For the acolytes ~exercise a ministry over the vessels 214 Suppl, 38| which ~makes a man fit to exercise his Order. And since those 215 Suppl, 38| Order, do not receive the exercise thereof, so as to minister 216 Suppl, 39| is sometimes allowed to exercise them without being ~reordained, 217 Suppl, 39| serve his ~carnal master and exercise his spiritual ministry. 218 Suppl, 39| prove a hindrance to the exercise of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 219 Suppl, 39| nose be cut off) or the exercise of his Order imperilled; 220 Suppl, 40| every power that cannot exercise its act ~without certain 221 Suppl, 40| signifying courage in the exercise of the ~Divine offices to 222 Suppl, 53| is an impediment to ~the exercise of a non-sacred order, for 223 Suppl, 53| benefice binds a man to the exercise of his order, and ~since 224 Suppl, 53| for the time when ~they exercise their office. Therefore 225 Suppl, 53| order: but he lacks the ~exercise of his order. If, however, 226 Suppl, 53| receives both the order and the exercise.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 227 Suppl, 58| God allows the devil to exercise his power of witchcraft ~ 228 Suppl, 64| render ~oneself unfit for the exercise of a sacred duty: thus a 229 Suppl, 64| becomes unfit for the ~exercise of divine offices, not because 230 Suppl, 65| are enabled not only to exercise their proper actions, but ~ 231 Suppl, 70| the separated soul can ~exercise the acts of the sensitive 232 Suppl, 70| the separated soul will exercise the act of a ~sensitive 233 Suppl, 70| separated soul does ~not exercise the act of any sensitive 234 Suppl, 70| we must allow the fire to exercise on the soul an action ~connatural 235 Suppl, 72| granted to some saints to exercise their ~patronage in certain 236 Suppl, 78| to animal life so as to exercise the ~functions of nutrition 237 Suppl, 78| these. Therefore he ~will exercise the acts of the generative 238 Suppl, 79| a heavenly nature cannot exercise such power ~over the human 239 Suppl, 79| objects at an equal distance exercise their influence in all ~ 240 Suppl, 81| and ~those who through exercise have the body more adapted 241 Suppl, 93| is due to all whosoever exercise this act lawfully. ~Nor 242 Suppl, 96| who can boast of no other ~exercise but that of the body will


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