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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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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 twenty-four 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 twenty-four 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 ~scape-goat 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


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