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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | although one faculty, extends to all the ~objects of the 2 1, 1 | is one and ~simple, yet extends to everything.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 1 | Sacred doctrine, being one, extends to things which ~belong 4 1, 5 | Div. ~Nom. v), "goodness extends to things both existing 5 1, 5 | non-existing; ~whereas existence extends to existing things alone." 6 1, 5 | Dionysius says that "goodness extends ~to non-existence" (Div. 7 1, 5 | may ~be said that goodness extends to existing and non-existing 8 1, 5 | because the power of light extends to all corporeal things; ~ 9 1, 7 | the power of the intellect extends itself in ~a way to infinite 10 1, 7 | because its ~potentiality extends only to natural forms.~Aquin.: 11 1, 10 | but also living; ~and life extends to operation, which is not 12 1, 14 | knowing to what its power extends. Since ~therefore the divine 13 1, 14 | therefore the divine power extends to other things by the very 14 1, 14 | the present glance of God extends ~over all time, and to all 15 1, 14 | above (A[8]), His knowledge extends as ~far as His causality 16 1, 14 | as ~far as His causality extends. Hence as the active power 17 1, 14 | the active power of God extends ~not only to forms, which 18 1, 14 | and sense, yet its power extends to both immaterial and ~ 19 1, 14 | that ~the knowledge of God extends to infinite things, even 20 1, 15 | However, divine providence extends not ~merely to species; 21 1, 16 | OBJ 2: Further, that which extends to being and not-being is 22 1, 16 | with being. But the true extends to being and not-being; 23 1, 20 | Further, as God's love extends to created things, so do 24 1, 22 | effects towards that end extends as far as the causality 25 1, 22 | causality of the first ~agent extends. Whence it happens that 26 1, 22 | Who is the first agent, extends to all ~being, not only 27 1, 22 | but divine ~providence extends thus far, since God is the 28 1, 22 | universal cause. God, however, extends His providence over the 29 1, 25 | nature; for the ~divine power extends farther than that. If, however, 30 1, 43 | extension" of grace, because it extends to a greater number of ~ 31 1, 46 | as the power of a thing extends so long ~is exists. But 32 1, 55 | things to which ~the faculty extends to be contained under the 33 1, 55 | potentiality of the matter ~extends to more things than are 34 1, 55 | intellective power of the angel extends to understanding all things: ~ 35 1, 58 | which his natural ~knowledge extends. For, as the higher, namely, 36 1, 59 | within it: whatever, then, extends to anything ~beyond it, 37 1, 59 | consequently the intellect extends itself to ~what is outside 38 1, 65 | objects to which its causation extends. Now the ~underlying principle 39 1, 77 | power is superior if it extends to equal things: ~but a 40 1, 77 | for the power of vision extends to white ~and black, and 41 1, 43 | extension" of grace, because it extends to a greater number of ~ 42 1, 47 | as the power of a thing extends so long ~is exists. But 43 1, 56 | things to which ~the faculty extends to be contained under the 44 1, 56 | potentiality of the matter ~extends to more things than are 45 1, 56 | intellective power of the angel extends to understanding all things: ~ 46 1, 59 | which his natural ~knowledge extends. For, as the higher, namely, 47 1, 60 | within it: whatever, then, extends to anything ~beyond it, 48 1, 60 | consequently the intellect extends itself to ~what is outside 49 1, 66 | objects to which its causation extends. Now the ~underlying principle 50 1, 76 | power is superior if it extends to equal things: ~but a 51 1, 76 | for the power of vision extends to white ~and black, and 52 1, 77 | the object to ~which it extends, as we have said above ( 53 1, 77 | and for this reason it extends to various contrarieties; 54 1, 81 | reason." Therefore the will extends to opposite things, and 55 1, 81 | than to ~the reason, which extends to opposite things. Wherefore 56 1, 81 | live well," and so the will extends to opposite things. ~Therefore 57 1, 81 | something more absolute, and extends to the ~idea of good itself: 58 1, 83 | because the act of knowledge extends to things outside the knower: 59 1, 83 | intellectual knowledge extends beyond sensible things: 60 1, 85 | but, considered in itself, extends to an ~infinite number of 61 1, 87 | which the passive intellect extends receptively; ~because, as 62 1, 102 | For a man's government extends over all those things which ~ 63 1, 103 | power. But no finite power ~extends to the infinite. Wherefore 64 1, 104 | the active power ~which extends over that potentiality. 65 1, 104 | since the Divine power ~extends over matter, as produced 66 1, 104 | the power of that cause ~extends. Now the power of God extends 67 1, 104 | extends. Now the power of God extends to both matter and form; 68 1, 104 | other separate ~substance extends over matter. Hence angels 69 1, 104 | potentiality ~of the will extends to the universal good; for 70 1, 106 | of one angel by another extends to all the angels, because, 71 1, 106 | of one angel to another ~extends to all.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 72 1, 107 | which ~fitness, indeed, extends to a definite limit.~Aquin.: 73 1, 112 | subject to the providence that extends over all being. God indeed 74 1, 114 | things to which human action extends.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 75 2, 1 | some rational will which extends to the ~universal good, 76 2, 8 | not confined to good, but extends to evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS 77 2, 8 | will as a power, thus it extends both to ~the end and to 78 2, 8 | the means. For every power extends to those things in ~which 79 2, 8 | whatever: thus the sight extends to all things whatsoever 80 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 1: The Divine will extends not only to the doing of 81 2, 24 | perfect, according as it extends to more things ~pertaining 82 2, 26 | dilection: because love extends to more than dilection does, 83 2, 31 | And accordingly delight extends to more things than does 84 2, 35 | sorrow is not pain, and extends to more objects.~Aquin.: 85 2, 35 | the interior ~apprehension extends to more objects than the 86 2, 35 | of the objects, pleasure extends further than does bodily 87 2, 44 | fewer the things to which it extends. Wherefore from the very 88 2, 52 | greater or less science, which extends to more or ~fewer things. 89 2, 54 | virtually, inasmuch as it extends to many specifically different ~ 90 2, 54 | power, while it is one, extends to many things, in so far 91 2, 54 | aspect, so ~also a habit extends to many things, in so far 92 2, 55 | convertible with being, and which extends further ~than quality, but 93 2, 56 | in one chiefly, while it extends to others ~by a kind of 94 2, 60 | certain order, and even extends to outward things; hence, 95 2, 63 | Law is the higher rule, it extends to more things, so that ~ 96 2, 66 | to the things to which it extends. ~Now whosoever has a virtue, 97 2, 66 | of ~whatever temperance extends to. But this does not apply 98 2, 71 | disease; even as virtue extends to more things ~than health; 99 2, 77 | seems that his knowledge extends to the particular.~Aquin.: 100 2, 80 | the devil is the cause, "extends gradually ~through all the 101 2, 81 | whom his active ~generation extends.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 102 2, 90 | the binding force of a law extends even to the future, ~since " 103 2, 90 | promulgation that takes place now, extends to future ~time by reason 104 2, 93 | God. For the law of man extends only to ~rational creatures 105 2, 93 | the power of Divine Reason extends over more things than ~human 106 2, 96 | persons, although their power extends to many ~matters; and in 107 2, 100 | the commandment of charity extends ~to all our neighbors. Now 108 2, 100 | white: ~because negation extends further than affirmation. 109 2, 100 | the negative ~precepts, extends to more persons, as a primary 110 2, 114 | Now the motion of a mover extends ~not merely to the last 111 2, 8 | the gift of understanding ~extends also to certain actions, 112 2, 8 | creatures, and furthermore extends to the direction of human ~ 113 2, 9 | hence it is that faith ~extends to works, according to Gal. 114 2, 9 | faith; yet, secondarily, it extends to works, since we ~are 115 2, 9 | knowledge, in so far ~as it extends to works; for action is 116 2, 11 | institution, the Church ~extends her charity to all, not 117 2, 13 | utterance by word of mouth, but extends to words in thought and 118 2, 22 | viii, 2). But charity extends even to one's enemies, according 119 2, 22 | Reply OBJ 2: Friendship extends to a person in two ways: 120 2, 22 | this way friendship never extends but to one's ~friends: secondly, 121 2, 22 | s ~friends: secondly, it extends to someone in respect of 122 2, 22 | the friendship of charity extends even to our enemies, whom 123 2, 22 | friendship based on the virtuous, extends to ~sinners, whom, out of 124 2, 22 | OBJ 2: Further, that which extends to all works of virtue, 125 2, 22 | special virtue. But charity extends to all works of virtue, 126 2, 22 | is kind," etc.; indeed it extends to ~all human actions, according 127 2, 22 | happiness, it follows that it extends to the ~acts of a man's 128 2, 23 | OBJ 3: Further, charity extends to all human acts, according 129 2, 23 | even the slightest charity extends to all ~that we have to 130 2, 24 | charity stops at God, or extends to our neighbor?~Aquin.: 131 2, 24 | Consequently the habit of charity extends ~not only to the love of 132 2, 24 | to God principally, and extends to ~other things as referable 133 2, 24 | A[7]]. Therefore charity extends ~also to irrational creatures.~ 134 2, 24 | object ~of faith. Now faith extends to irrational creatures, 135 2, 24 | earth. Therefore charity extends also to irrational creatures.~ 136 2, 24 | contrary, The love of charity extends to none but God and our ~ 137 2, 24 | the friendship of charity extends only to such things as have 138 2, 24 | the friendship of charity extends also to the ~angels.~Aquin.: 139 2, 29 | since the love of charity ~extends to all, beneficence also 140 2, 31 | proceeds from a habit or power extends to whatever is ~contained 141 2, 31 | power or habit: thus vision extends to ~all things comprised 142 2, 33 | spite"; and sometimes it extends to the spiritual goods themselves, 143 2, 42 | For the love of charity extends to all men, even ~to our 144 2, 43 | number of things to ~which it extends, as stated in De Causis, 145 2, 45 | prudence?~(10) Whether prudence extends to the governing of many?~( 146 2, 45 | by a kind of reflection extends to matter, as ~stated in 147 2, 45 | a kind of application it extends to this ~sense.~Aquin.: 148 2, 45 | OBJ 1: The act of command extends both to the ensuing of good 149 2, 45 | the same as that ~which extends to the common good?~Aquin.: 150 2, 45 | specifically as that which extends to the common good. For 151 2, 45 | universals, and consequently extends to an ~infinity of singulars.~ 152 2, 48 | as it is more universal, extends to more matters, and attains 153 2, 49 | according to common law) extends to all ~matters of judgment, 154 2, 52 | special kind of ~act which extends to all kinds of matter, 155 2, 52 | since every act of reason extends to any kind ~of moral matter. 156 2, 56 | although legal justice ~extends chiefly to other virtues 157 2, 57 | The will, like the reason, extends to all moral matters, ~i.e. 158 2, 58 | public authority, which ~extends over those who are subject 159 2, 70 | reviling in a wider sense extends ~also to deeds. Wherefore 160 2, 77 | the sin of transgression extends to all the capital ~vices, 161 2, 81 | of the petition of prayer extends ~sometimes to certain other 162 2, 93 | the efficacy of that cause extends. But it will be ~an unlawful 163 2, 96 | Further, a promissory oath extends to future, just as a ~declaratory 164 2, 96 | just as a ~declaratory oath extends to past and present things. 165 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~Whether piety extends to particular human individuals?~ 166 2, 99 | godliness']." Therefore piety extends not only to one's kindred 167 2, 99 | country. Therefore piety extends chiefly to these.~Aquin.: 168 2, 99 | Consequently the term piety extends also to the divine worship.~ 169 2, 99 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, piety extends not only to one's parents, 170 2, 99 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Piety extends to our country in so far 171 2, 100 | Para. 2/2~Legal justice extends to the acts of all the virtues, 172 2, 118 | particular justice, since it extends to all ~virtues, even as 173 2, 143 | The pleasant, however, ~extends to more things than the 174 2, 159 | 22) that "pride, when it extends outwardly to the body, is 175 2, 163 | signified by the serpent; extends to the lower reason, by ~ 176 2, 169 | since prophetic revelation ~extends not only to future events 177 2, 169 | of spirits." Moreover it ~extends to the direction of human 178 2, 169 | thus the ~body's sight extends to all colors, and the soul' 179 2, 169 | soul's natural knowledge ~extends to whatever is subject to 180 2, 169 | the prophetic revelation extends to them all. Thus by ~the 181 2, 169 | all to ~which its virtue extends, knows at the same time 182 2, 170 | OBJ 4: The prophetic light extends even to the direction of 183 2, 172 | the distance ~to which it extends. Now the prophetic light 184 2, 172 | apparently the prophecy ~that extends to the imagination is greater 185 2, 172 | effective according as it extends to more numerous and more 186 2, 174 | 3: Prophetic revelation extends to the knowledge of all 187 2, 174 | interpretation of speeches ~extends even to the interpretation 188 2, 176 | OBJ 1: Just as prophecy extends to whatever can be known ~ 189 2, 176 | the working of miracles extends to all things that can ~ 190 2, 176 | but on God's mercy, ~which extends even to the wicked, wherefore 191 2, 184 | obedience taken by religious, extends to the ~disposition of a 192 2, 184 | because the vow of obedience extends properly to those acts ~ 193 2, 186 | perfection of charity, which extends to the love of God and of 194 2, 186 | follow that this likeness extends to ~other things that are 195 2, 187 | the obligation of a vow extends as ~far as the will and 196 2, 187 | of honoring our parents extends not only to ~bodily but 197 3, 7 | of a genus ~universally extends itself to all the effects 198 3, 7 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. i), extends to all things that come 199 3, 7 | Christ inasmuch ~as His grace extends to all the effects of grace, 200 3, 7 | grace is ~infinite, since it extends to the salvation of the 201 3, 7 | as ~the grace of Christ extends to whatever belongs to grace. 202 3, 11 | useless, even if all that it extends to is not reduced to act; 203 3, 13 | perfection of its nature extends to; as what is hot gives ~ 204 3, 19 | save, since Christ's merit extends to all.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 205 3, 19 | it is that Christ's merit extends to others inasmuch as ~they 206 3, 19 | men ~in regard to grace, extends to all His members.~Aquin.: 207 3, 28 | supernatural power of God extends to the infinite: ~just as 208 3, 56 | power of His Resurrection extends to the good and wicked alike, ~ 209 3, 56 | of Christ's Resurrection extends to the ~resurrection of 210 3, 56 | alike, still its exemplarity extends ~properly only to the just, 211 3, 56 | Godhead; now this virtue extends not only to the resurrection 212 3, 59 | Whether His judiciary power extends likewise to the angels?~ 213 3, 59 | Christ's judiciary power extends to the angels?~Aquin.: SMT 214 3, 75 | A[2]; ~hence His action extends to the whole nature of being. 215 3, 81 | of the sacramental words extends to this, that ~the body, 216 Suppl, 2 | free-will: and the ~free-will extends to the future rather than 217 Suppl, 11| Whether the seal of confession extends to other matters than those ~ 218 Suppl, 11| Whether the seal of confession extends to other matters than those 219 Suppl, 11| that the seal of confession extends to other ~matters besides 220 Suppl, 11| the seal of ~confession extends to them also.~Aquin.: SMT 221 Suppl, 11| the seal of ~confession extends to matters having no relation 222 Suppl, 18| Whether the power of the keys extends to the remission of guilt?~( 223 Suppl, 18| Whether the power of the keys extends to the remission of guilt? [* 224 Suppl, 18| that the power of the keys extends to the remission ~of guilt. 225 Suppl, 18| is. Now God's operation ~extends both to guilt and to punishment; 226 Suppl, 18| grace; whereas His operation extends to ~punishment directly, 227 Suppl, 20| orders, considered in itself, extends ~to all who can be absolved: 228 Suppl, 20| order, considered in itself, extends to the ~remission of all 229 Suppl, 23| But the power of the keys extends only to spiritual matters. ~ 230 Suppl, 23| Wherefore the power which extends to spiritual things, can 231 Suppl, 37| ranks higher, since a power extends to the more ~things, the 232 Suppl, 40| the higher according as it extends ~to more things. Now the 233 Suppl, 40| Dionysius (Eccl. ~Hier. v), extends only to cleansing and enlightening, 234 Suppl, 40| whereas the ~episcopal power extends both to this and to perfecting. 235 Suppl, 59| whole world the ~prohibition extends with equal reason to all 236 Suppl, 70| part, in so far as its gaze extends over past time; and in this 237 Suppl, 71| members of the ~Church, extends not only to the living, 238 Suppl, 89| of the active ~intellect extends. But the Divine essence


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