Part, Question
1 1, 13  God when it is used to ~denote God in opinion, or participation.
2 1, 14  intelligible form ~does not denote a principle of action in
3 1, 18  sometimes taken ~strictly to denote the essence itself, the
4 1, 18  sometimes, and less strictly, to denote the ~properties by reason
5 1, 18  word "body" is used to denote a genus of substances from
6 1, 18  and is sometimes taken to denote the ~dimensions themselves;
7 1, 20  passions; in so far as they denote acts of the intellective ~
8 1, 20  To understand and to will denote the act alone, and do not ~
9 1, 27  Scripture employs terms which ~denote generation of living things
10 1, 30  Whether the numeral terms denote anything real in God?~Aquin.:
11 1, 30  seem that the numeral terms denote something real in ~God.
12 1, 30  creatures. But the numeral terms denote ~something real in creatures;
13 1, 30  the numeral terms do not denote anything real in God, ~and
14 1, 30  that the ~numeral terms denote something real in God.~Aquin.:
15 1, 30  remove something; and ~not to denote anything positive.~Aquin.:
16 1, 30  the numeral ~terms do not denote anything positive in God,
17 1, 30  the numeral terms do not denote anything real in God, but ~
18 1, 39  which imply transition, denote the oblique ~case. Therefore
19 1, 42  born," so that "ever" may denote the permanence of eternity,
20 1, 55  the thing known; ~but they denote the knowing power, which
21 1, 60  expression "as" does not denote equality, but likeness. ~
22 1, 64  According, ~however, as they denote simple acts of the will,
23 1, 65  thing be," or "that," to denote the formation of all ~things
24 1, 66  ethereal, ~taking ethereal to denote the burning of flame, and
25 1, 67  light ~from darkness will denote the distinction of the spiritual
26 1, 68  however, we take these days to denote merely sequence in the natural ~
27 1, 68  word "day" is also used to ~denote a space of twentyfour hours).
28 1, 68  according as we take water to denote formless matter, or ~any
29 1, 72  of genus ~and species, to denote the generation of like from
30 1, 74  appearing of dry land, to ~denote the impression of forms
31 1, 74  8), these three ~phrases denote the threefold being of creatures;
32 1, 74  and "Let . . . be made," denote ~God's command, and the
33 1, 74  is first instituted, ~to denote that one day is made up
34 1, 39  which imply transition, denote the oblique ~case. Therefore
35 1, 42  born," so that "ever" may denote the permanence of eternity,
36 1, 56  the thing known; ~but they denote the knowing power, which
37 1, 61  expression "as" does not denote equality, but likeness. ~
38 1, 65  According, ~however, as they denote simple acts of the will,
39 1, 66  thing be," or "that," to denote the formation of all ~things
40 1, 67  ethereal, ~taking ethereal to denote the burning of flame, and
41 1, 68  light ~from darkness will denote the distinction of the spiritual
42 1, 69  however, we take these days to denote merely sequence in the natural ~
43 1, 69  word "day" is also used to ~denote a space of twentyfour hours).
44 1, 69  according as we take water to denote formless matter, or ~any
45 1, 71  of genus ~and species, to denote the generation of like from
46 1, 73  appearing of dry land, to ~denote the impression of forms
47 1, 73  8), these three ~phrases denote the threefold being of creatures;
48 1, 73  and "Let . . . be made," denote ~God's command, and the
49 1, 73  is first instituted, ~to denote that one day is made up
50 1, 92  Father; those born of man ~denote the person of the Son; and
51 1, 107  those orders whose names denote a ~certain kind of common
52 1, 107  the orders ~whose names denote the execution of the work,
53 2, 2  if the ~preposition "for" denote the final cause. But if
54 2, 2  the final cause. But if it denote the formal or ~rather the
55 2, 25  concupiscible passions ~that denote rest in good, it is evident
56 2, 25  concupiscible passions ~that denote movement, then it is clear
57 2, 25  concupiscible passions that denote movement towards good or
58 2, 25  concupiscible passions that denote rest in good or evil. And
59 2, 26  Although love does not denote the movement of the appetite ~
60 2, 26  Therefore love and dilection denote the same ~thing.~Aquin.:
61 2, 37  hand, those passions which denote in the appetite a movement
62 2, 38  as they affect the body, ~denote a certain transmutation
63 2, 41  other passions of the soul denote certain movements, whereto
64 2, 45  Reply OBJ 3: Safety does not denote something contrary to fear,
65 2, 61  these virtues are taken ~to denote certain general conditions
66 2, 66  gloss says that the sides denote the virtues. ~Therefore
67 2, 68  God: ~hence fear does not denote union with God, but withdrawal
68 2, 68  of whom he is ~speaking, denote the gifts of the Holy Ghost.
69 2, 69  Dom. in Monte, i, 1), can denote the beginning of perfect ~
70 2, 71  power. But vice ~does not denote anything relative to power.
71 2, 71  and so "word" and ~"deed" denote equally what is said and
72 2, 76  Now ~ignorance does not denote an act, either internal
73 2, 77  are the ~organ, so as to denote curiosity according to Augustine'
74 2, 77  outwardly to the eyes, so as to denote covetousness, according
75 2, 78  through malice seems to denote the intention ~of doing
76 2, 78  anyone sins, may be taken to ~denote habitual malice, in the
77 2, 78  of a habit. It may also denote actual ~malice, whether
78 2, 79  preposition "to" ~does not denote causality but sequel [*This
79 2, 84  apostasy from God does not denote the special sin, but ~rather
80 2, 86  Therefore the ~stain does not denote anything positive in the
81 2, 86  in the soul, nor ~does it denote a pure privation: it denotes
82 2, 89  cannot be understood to denote mortal ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT
83 2, 99  the very ~word seems to denote.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[
84 2, 100  improperly, as it were, it may ~denote a sign of justice or a disposition
85 2, 100  like the other virtues, may denote either the acquired or the
86 2, 102  Further, bodily sacrifices denote the inward sacrifice of
87 2, 102  offered in the calf, to denote the strength of the cross;
88 2, 102  soared aloft, so it might denote that the ~whole man, and
89 2, 102  idols; and in ~order to denote the absence of all carnal
90 2, 102  Leaven was not offered, to denote ~the exclusion of corruption.
91 2, 102  3~Incense was offered to denote devotion of the heart, which
92 2, 102  of the flesh; purple, to denote the sufferings which the
93 2, 102  propitiatory. ~These three things denote three things in that higher
94 2, 102  likeness ~of Him was set up; to denote His invisibility. But there
95 2, 102  tables of the Testament, to denote that Christ Himself is a
96 2, 102  lettuces were ~added to denote repentance for sins, which
97 2, 102  the midst of fire; or to ~denote that idolatry, together
98 2, 102  sin had to be burnt, to denote the destruction of sins.
99 2, 102  12). The ~scapegoat may denote either Christ's Godhead
100 2, 102  corruption of the blood; oil, to denote ~the healing of the disease;
101 2, 102  the oil of ~unction: to denote that the power of consecration
102 2, 102  the sacrificial animal, to denote that they ~should be obedient
103 2, 102  Para. 5/5~The vestments denote the virtues of God's ministers.
104 2, 102  on land or water: it may ~denote those who seek earthly profit
105 2, 2  OBJ 1: These three do not denote different acts of faith,
106 2, 4  definition of ~faith, do not denote various genera of faith,
107 2, 8  figures the truth they ~denote lies hidden (because the
108 2, 12  word blasphemy seems to denote the disparagement of ~some
109 2, 13  against the Holy Ghost to denote final impenitence, it does
110 2, 20  2: Presumption does not denote excessive hope, as though
111 2, 20  Now presumption and hope denote a movement ~of the same
112 2, 28  distress. Now this ~grief may denote, in one way, a movement
113 2, 28  in another way, ~it may denote a movement of the intellective
114 2, 30  only to himself, so as to denote what is ~unnecessary to
115 2, 33  daughters: for "malice" does not denote here that which is generic
116 2, 33  or "instability" ~may denote changeableness of purpose.~
117 2, 36  If, however, contention denote a ~disavowal of what is
118 2, 36  praiseworthy: whereas, if it denote a disavowal of falsehood,
119 2, 40  because war and strife denote ~actual aggression on either
120 2, 40  sedition may be said to denote ~either actual aggression,
121 2, 41  used in a broad sense, to denote any kind of hindrance. Hence
122 2, 47  circumspection seems to denote nothing but ~attention to
123 2, 48  convertible term which does not denote the essence of a ~thing
124 2, 50  the beatitudes, for they denote a ~certain spiritual delight
125 2, 51  precipitation seems to denote inordinate haste. Now sin ~
126 2, 52  whereas idleness and laziness denote slowness of execution, ~
127 2, 55  was first of all used to denote the just ~thing itself,
128 2, 55  is just, and further to denote the place where ~justice
129 2, 55  signification. First, it may denote ~something that is other
130 2, 77  part of justice, does ~not denote a pure negation, viz."not
131 2, 79  religion seemingly does not denote a ~relation of subjection
132 2, 79  sense religion seems to denote, not any ~kind of worship,
133 2, 79  Further, sanctity seems to denote a kind of purity. For Dionysius ~
134 2, 82  that adoration does not denote an act of the body. ~It
135 2, 82  Therefore adoration does not denote an act of the ~body.~Aquin.:
136 2, 82  Therefore adoration ~does not denote an act of the body.~Aquin.:
137 2, 85  commentary. This also seems to denote fittingness rather than
138 2, 86  dispensation would seem to denote ~a commensurate distribution
139 2, 90  Further, superstition seems to denote an excess. But religion ~
140 2, 92  senses. In one sense it ~may denote a human act pertaining to
141 2, 97  Therefore sacrilege does not denote the violation of ~something
142 2, 97  that ~sacrilege does not denote the violation of a sacred
143 2, 99  worship of God does not denote relation to man, ~but only
144 2, 101  seems that honor does not denote something corporal. For
145 2, 110  boasting] seems properly to denote the ~uplifting of self by
146 2, 116  covetousness" has been amplified to denote all ~immoderate desire for
147 2, 118  justice. But if legal justice denote merely that which complies
148 2, 121  fortitude may be taken to denote firmness only in bearing
149 2, 123  any evil, is employed to denote inordinate fear of the danger
150 2, 127  follows that confidence may denote ~the hope of having something,
151 2, 127  speaking, confidence cannot ~denote a virtue, though it may
152 2, 127  a virtue, though it may denote the conditions of a virtue.
153 2, 130  glory does not, of itself, denote a ~sin: but the desire for
154 2, 131  soul, as their very names denote. Now great and little are ~
155 2, 132  facere" is employed to denote any action, whether it ~
156 2, 132  magnificence be taken to denote the doing of something ~
157 2, 135  perseverance" is sometimes used to denote the habit ~whereby one chooses
158 2, 135  differ from it, since both denote a kind of unchangeableness. ~
159 2, 135  Secondly, it may be taken to denote ~the act of perseverance
160 2, 139  moderate those ~passions which denote a pursuit of the good.~Aquin.:
161 2, 146  vice. For capital ~vices denote those whence, under the
162 2, 148  Secondly, drunkenness may denote the act by which a man incurs
163 2, 151  point. If, ~however, it denote the uncleanness of lust,
164 2, 153  understand continence to denote abstention from all ~venereal
165 2, 153  cupidity ~is generally used to denote the desire for riches rather
166 2, 153  fear and the like, which denote some kind ~of withdrawal:
167 2, 159  humility ~would seem to denote in the first place man's
168 2, 160  wherefore ~it may be employed to denote any of the other emotions.
169 2, 169  we understand ~passion to denote any kind of receiving, in
170 2, 173  and the third heaven would denote an intellectual vision ~
171 2, 173  Thirdly, the third heaven may denote the contemplation of God ~
172 2, 178  1~Reply OBJ 3: These six denote the steps whereby we ascend
173 2, 178  movement, because they all denote discursions of ~reason.
174 2, 181  notion of a state does not denote a ~condition of freedom
175 2, 181  the word "state" seems to denote immobility according to ~
176 2, 181  relation to act; while grades denote an order ~of superiority
177 2, 184  seem that religion does not denote the state of perfection.~
178 2, 184  that ~religion does not denote the state of perfection.~
179 2, 184  Therefore religion does not denote ~the state of perfection.~
180 3, 22  living God." But dead works ~denote sins. Therefore the priesthood
181 3, 46  crucified with ~our Lord denote those who, believing in
182 3, 51  aloes by their bitterness denote penance, by which man ~keeps
183 3, 51  new sepulchre can ~also denote Mary's virginal womb." And
184 3, 53  was beginning to dawn, to denote that by His Resurrection
185 3, 55  without falsehood, in order to denote something else." And so
186 3, 57  expression "according to" can denote two things; the ~condition
187 3, 57  the phrase "according to" denote the cause of the Ascension, ~
188 3, 58  expression "as" does not denote condition of nature, but
189 3, 58  Para. 2/2~So, then, if "as" denote condition of nature, then
190 3, 58  judiciary power." But if "as" denote ~unity of person, thus again
191 3, 58  subject to the Father, if "as" denote the ~condition of nature:
192 3, 70  naturally precede those that denote privation, although ~it
193 3, 74  Barley bread serves to denote the hardness of the Old
194 3, 74  shape in such ~seems to denote closeness of species rather
195 3, 75  sacrament, ~inasmuch as they denote ecclesiastical unity, as "
196 3, 78  of a ~sacrament ought to denote what is done in the sacrament.
197 3, 78  Christ"; and in order to denote this, we say, "of ~the New
198 3, 83  Passion, as ~well as to denote the holiness required of
199 3, 83  owing to its cleanness, to denote purity of conscience, and, ~
200 3, 83  which it is prepared, to denote Christ's ~Passion.~Aquin.:
201 3, 83  show ~that the things they denote have come to the people
202 3, 83  at the last supper. ~To denote this, in the third place,
203 3, 83  spirit"; and in order to ~denote these there is a triple
204 3, 83  towards the people, ~to denote that our Lord manifested
205 3, 83  with you": and this is to denote the sevenfold grace of the
206 3, 86  of Ambrose "faith" cannot denote the faith ~whereby we believe
207 3, 87  in the passage quoted, denote the ~irregularities or uncleannesses
208 Suppl, 1  signification of the word, ~does not denote an act of virtue, but a
209 Suppl, 1  attrition and ~contrition do not denote a habit, but an act only:
210 Suppl, 5  cause, if it be taken to denote ~that which disposes matter
211 Suppl, 13 equality; but he can, if it ~denote proportionate equality,
212 Suppl, 36 faith and hope does ~not denote one that suffices to prove
213 Suppl, 40 vestments of the ministers denote the qualifications ~required
214 Suppl, 40 the ankles [talos], ~which denote the end of life; the "dalmatic,"
215 Suppl, 49 OBJ 5: Faith here does not denote a virtue, but that condition
216 Suppl, 49 principles, so that "offspring" denote the ~intention of having
217 Suppl, 69 these secret abodes cannot denote heaven and hell, since ~
218 Suppl, 70 signification. Sometimes they denote passions of the sensitive
219 Suppl, 70 heart. In another ~way they denote acts of the will which is
220 Suppl, 72 throne." Now the virtues denote one particular order of
221 Suppl, 72 the pillars of heaven can denote ~only the virtues of heaven.
222 Suppl, 72 sense it is employed to denote all the angels: and ~then
223 Suppl, 72 second ~acceptation, so as to denote all the angels: and then
224 Suppl, 72 Consequently "heaven" is taken to denote the fifth body, while all
225 Suppl, 74 in the ~Apocalypse (12:6) denote all the time during which
226 Suppl, 77 Apostle flesh and blood do not denote ~the substance of flesh
227 Suppl, 84 here said to ~be opened "denote the saints of the New and
228 Suppl, 86 judge. But if ~the wicked denote unbelievers, the sense is
229 Suppl, 87 appear at the judgment, to ~denote not a present but a past
230 Suppl, 88 OBJ 2: Movement does not denote perfection in the thing
231 Suppl, 89 is further transferred to denote ~any ratio of any one thing
232 Suppl, 92 memory, or  if understanding denote a ~power  because memory
233 Suppl, 92 vision. For love and vision denote ~different habits, the one
234 Suppl, 93 speaking of it now, does not denote the reward common to martyrdom
235 Suppl, 93 of heaven" (Mt. 19:12) denote virgins. Therefore it would
236 Suppl, 94 after death that seem to denote bodily ~pleasure  for instance,
237 Appen1, 2 hay, stubble (1 Cor. 3:12) denote venial sins, as we have ~
238 Appen1, 2 impeded; unless ~tranquillity denote the absence of combat, as
239 Appen1, 2 Writ. Hence ~this fire may denote both the present tribulation
