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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | primary matter does ~not imply desirability, but rather 2 1, 7 | not made (for this would imply that two contradictories 3 1, 10 | Further, duration does not imply "possession." But eternity 4 1, 13 | incorporeal. But all such names imply some kind ~of corporeal 5 1, 13 | applied to God literally imply ~corporeal conditions not 6 1, 13 | applied to God ~metaphorically imply and mean a corporeal condition 7 1, 13 | 1/1~Whether names which imply relation to creatures are 8 1, 13 | It seems that names which imply relation to creatures are 9 1, 13 | good of all things that imply ~relation to creatures. 10 1, 13 | temporarily so far ~as they imply a habitude either principally 11 1, 13 | every divine name seems to imply relation to creatures, ~ 12 1, 19 | object is implied, as we do imply when we say that God wills. 13 1, 20 | however, as love and joy, imply no ~imperfection. Since 14 1, 20 | even ~on their formal side imply imperfection be attributed 15 1, 20 | Whereas, those that do not imply imperfection, ~such as love 16 1, 23 | passing out to external matter imply of themselves ~passion - 17 1, 25 | everything that does ~not imply a contradiction in terms, 18 1, 27 | the divine power ~does not imply the procession of a divine 19 1, 28 | words of Augustine do not imply that paternity or any ~other 20 1, 30 | plurality of gods, and does not imply quantity in God." Hence 21 1, 30 | whatever ~we say "one," we imply its undivided reality: thus, 22 1, 31 | persons, "we do not mean to imply diversity."~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 33 | that it be ~understood to imply negation in the genus of 24 1, 34 | personal relation, ~does not imply relation to the creature, 25 1, 36 | principles, for ~this would imply in Him a plurality of subjects.~ 26 1, 38 | personal name in God does not imply subjection, ~but only origin, 27 1, 39 | But prepositions which imply transition, denote the oblique ~ 28 1, 39 | essence. For ~that would imply distinction in the divine 29 1, 39 | the words "in Him" seem to imply the relation ~of final cause, 30 1, 39 | manifest that these three imply unity, but in different 31 1, 39 | produced. So this does not ~imply origin; nor is it personal, 32 1, 41 | passions, so far as these imply movement, differ from ~the 33 1, 42 | for to argue thus would imply transition from substance 34 1, 44 | act for an end seems to imply need of the end. But God 35 1, 45 | effect to the cause, and imply change only as a consequence.~ 36 1, 60 | But uniting and binding imply various ~things brought 37 1, 64 | so far as sorrow ~and joy imply simple acts of the will; 38 1, 72 | perfect life, and seems to imply that ~fishes are merely 39 1, 74 | distinction and adornment imply certain changes in the creature 40 1, 75 | difference of form necessarily imply ~a diversity of "genus."~ 41 1, 75 | reduced to nothing, we do not imply in the creature a potentiality 42 1, 38 | personal name in God does not imply subjection, ~but only origin, 43 1, 39 | But prepositions which imply transition, denote the oblique ~ 44 1, 39 | essence. For ~that would imply distinction in the divine 45 1, 39 | the words "in Him" seem to imply the relation ~of final cause, 46 1, 39 | manifest that these three imply unity, but in different 47 1, 39 | produced. So this does not ~imply origin; nor is it personal, 48 1, 41 | passions, so far as these imply movement, differ from ~the 49 1, 42 | for to argue thus ~would imply transition from substance 50 1, 45 | act for an end seems to imply need of the end. But God 51 1, 46 | effect to the cause, and imply change only as a consequence.~ 52 1, 61 | But uniting and binding imply various ~things brought 53 1, 65 | so far as sorrow ~and joy imply simple acts of the will; 54 1, 71 | perfect life, and seems to imply that ~fishes are merely 55 1, 73 | distinction and adornment imply certain changes in the creature 56 1, 74 | difference of form necessarily imply ~a diversity of "genus."~ 57 1, 74 | reduced to nothing, we do not imply in the creature a potentiality 58 1, 84 | first mode of abstraction, imply falsehood. But, in the second ~ 59 1, 84 | words "abstract universal" imply two ~things, the nature 60 1, 84 | of the intellect does not imply that "man" and "whiteness" ~ 61 1, 92 | He created them," not to imply that the image of God came ~ 62 1, 94 | are of such a nature as to imply imperfection either in ~ 63 1, 103 | anything, this would not imply an ~action on God's part; 64 1, 104 | created things: and this would imply lack of power in the ~Creator: 65 1, 107 | name "Domination" seems to imply government and ~likewise 66 1, 107 | them; and this seems to imply strength of mind.~Aquin.: 67 1, 107 | and "Powers" of themselves imply ~prelacy. Therefore these 68 1, 110 | blindness) ~does not necessarily imply.] The same is recorded of 69 1, 111 | names of the inferior orders imply administration, for ~the " 70 1, 117 | to perfection; this will imply addition of ~further perfection 71 2, 3 | meaning of operation does not ~imply anything existing in the 72 2, 6 | not to wish" does not imply involuntariness.~Aquin.: 73 2, 12 | OBJ 2: Enjoyment does not imply the ordaining of one thing 74 2, 18 | to it: but this does not imply moral goodness or malice, 75 2, 21 | A[3]), merit and demerit imply relation to retribution 76 2, 25 | approach. But fear and despair imply ~withdrawal from something; 77 2, 25 | something; while daring and hope imply approach towards ~something. 78 2, 25 | all irascible passions imply ~movement towards something. 79 2, 25 | irascible faculty, which imply a movement ~arising from 80 2, 26 | movement. But love does not imply the movement of the appetite; 81 2, 28 | love. For ecstasy ~seems to imply loss of reason. But love 82 2, 30 | appetite. For it does not imply fellowship in craving, ~ 83 2, 32 | ruling and presiding seem to imply a certain unlikeness. But " 84 2, 37 | carefulness and ~indignation imply that the soul is uplifted, 85 2, 37 | taken metaphorically, imply one another, which taken 86 2, 37 | Consequently those ~passions that imply a movement of the appetite 87 2, 37 | Reply OBJ 2: Other passions imply a bodily transmutation which 88 2, 37 | of the sorrow which they ~imply, and which arises from the 89 2, 40 | thereof. But despair seems to ~imply immobility rather than movement. 90 2, 41 | are called passions, which imply some ~deterioration. Now 91 2, 41 | hatred, desire and avoidance, imply a certain ~inclination to 92 2, 49 | Disposition does always, indeed, imply an order of that ~which 93 2, 49 | of movement, and does not imply the notion of good or ~evil, 94 2, 49 | seem that habit does not imply order to an act. For ~everything 95 2, 49 | Therefore habit does not imply the relation of a principle 96 2, 49 | is essential to habit to imply some ~relation to a thing' 97 2, 49 | subject in ~which they are, imply primarily and principally 98 2, 49 | beauty, and so forth, which imply the adjustment of several 99 2, 50 | intensity and remissness do not ~imply diversity on the part of 100 2, 50 | subject is a power, does not imply ~relation to nature, but 101 2, 52 | again do they essentially imply indivisibility.~Aquin.: 102 2, 53 | cessation from act does ~not imply a moving cause, it does 103 2, 54 | species. Habits, however, imply order to something: ~and 104 2, 54 | something: ~and all things that imply order to something, are 105 2, 55 | Wherefore human virtue ~does not imply reference to being, but 106 2, 61 | and so those virtues which imply rectitude of the ~appetite 107 2, 61 | virtues in this way does not imply that justice, ~temperance 108 2, 61 | whereas the other three imply a certain ~share of reason 109 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: Faith and hope imply a certain imperfection: 110 2, 66 | others, in their very nature, imply a certain distance from 111 2, 70 | and long-suffering seem to imply a painful object, ~while 112 2, 70 | than others, is that these imply either ~enjoyment of good 113 2, 71 | Now "not to do" does ~not imply an act. Therefore sin can 114 2, 71 | deed," and "desire" imply an act; whereas not every 115 2, 74 | is, because it does not imply aversion from the last end, 116 2, 78 | through envy. Nor does this imply that a thing is its own 117 2, 79 | abomination," which might imply ~causality.]; for God did 118 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart imply two ~things. One is the 119 2, 88 | of the body, it does not imply ~opposition to venial, nor 120 2, 88 | other hand, ~sins which imply a disorder in things referred 121 2, 88 | genus, inasmuch as they both imply a defect of due order, albeit 122 2, 96 | subjection to a power seems to imply ~subjection to the laws 123 2, 104 | themselves, they do not imply ~an obligation of something 124 2, 110 | seem that grace does not imply anything in the soul. For ~ 125 2, 110 | Hence neither does grace imply anything in the soul.~Aquin.: 126 2, 111 | graces, inasmuch as they imply such a fullness of ~knowledge 127 2, 113 | OBJ 2: Faith and charity imply a special directing of the 128 2, 2 | hence they do ~not truly imply believe in a God, since, 129 2, 2 | belief, this does not seem to imply any merit on his part, ~ 130 2, 2 | this ~advice, if it would imply a diminution in the merit 131 2, 4 | manifest. Therefore it seems to imply a contradiction to speak 132 2, 4 | understanding, science ~and wisdom imply some kind of intellectual 133 2, 10 | when one can, seems to imply consent ~therein, as a gloss 134 2, 11 | Christian faith. Now it does not imply a corruption of the Christian ~ 135 2, 12 | wherefore apostasy does not imply a special ~kind of unbelief, 136 2, 16 | definition of ~hope does not imply delay, as does the expectation 137 2, 18 | the fears ~mentioned above imply either moral evil or moral 138 2, 18 | 3: Filial fear does not imply separation from God, but ~ 139 2, 19 | but, consequently, they imply conversion to a mutable 140 2, 19 | which are opposed ~to them imply aversion from God directly 141 2, 20 | that, Presumption seems to imply immoderate hope. Now the ~ 142 2, 22 | art of their very nature imply a relation to ~some particular 143 2, 26 | that goodwill does not ~imply impetuosity or desire, that 144 2, 26 | by us, since this would imply ~comprehension of Him. Therefore 145 2, 30 | of ~reproving, seems to imply the severity of justice, 146 2, 40 | Secondly, schism does not imply any preparation for a material 147 2, 41 | sin, because it does not imply a special ~deformity in 148 2, 52 | But negligence ~does not imply a defect of counsel, for 149 2, 53 | Prudence of the flesh does not imply a sin against the Holy ~ 150 2, 56 | Since "perpetual" does not imply perpetuity of the act of ~ 151 2, 57 | hurtful to another person, but imply a disorder affecting human ~ 152 2, 61 | Now this would ~seem to imply respect of persons, since 153 2, 61 | fatherless." But this seems to imply respect of the person of 154 2, 70 | Further, reviling seems to imply dishonor. But a man can 155 2, 73 | whom one jests, but it may imply something against ~charity 156 2, 73 | reviling, because it does not imply contempt, but jest. ~Sometimes 157 2, 75 | very nature, it does not imply a virtuous or necessary 158 2, 77 | it does not necessarily imply ~conversion to any mutable 159 2, 79 | Therefore religion does not imply order to ~God alone.~Aquin.: 160 2, 81 | and to ask or beseech, ~imply a certain ordering, seeing 161 2, 81 | Divine providence, nor to imply changeableness on the part 162 2, 81 | kingdom come, ~we do not imply that God is not reigning 163 2, 87 | dispensation from an oath does not imply a permission to ~do anything 164 2, 93 | allotment," it does not seem to imply any vice other than vanity, 165 2, 98 | spiritual power, this would ~imply, not a hiring of his labor ( 166 2, 98 | human praise, which seems to imply oral remuneration: and yet ~ 167 2, 98 | wherefore it does ~not imply a contract of buying and 168 2, 107 | less, because this would imply falsehood. And yet this ~ 169 2, 126 | confidence do not essentially imply any relation to ~danger. 170 2, 127 | excellence, and ~shuns those that imply defect. Now it savors of 171 2, 130 | Now clarity and comeliness imply a certain display: ~wherefore 172 2, 135 | Now perseverance does not imply moderation ~of the passions: 173 2, 137 | and thirst after justice imply a desire for good. ~Now 174 2, 150 | addition "perpetual" does not imply that a virgin must always ~ 175 2, 150 | ways, but this does not imply that they follow more closely, ~ 176 2, 152 | not, of its very nature, imply a mortal sin, for it is 177 2, 152 | which does not, of itself, imply a deformity, does ~not constitute 178 2, 152 | other species of lust they imply a transgression ~merely 179 2, 159 | Now this would seem to ~imply that humility is the foundation 180 2, 160 | sometimes, but ~it does not imply that all vices originate 181 2, 166 | his sins. Nor does this imply a vice in default, because ~ 182 2, 176 | into thinking such deeds to imply greater gifts than the ~ 183 2, 178 | God face to face" do not ~imply that he saw God's essence, 184 2, 178 | these words Gregory does not imply that the blessed ~Benedict, 185 2, 184 | seem that religion does not imply a state of perfection. ~ 186 2, 185 | Nevertheless his words do not imply that ~religious are bound 187 2, 186 | of ~soldiering does not imply that the religious can wage 188 3, 2 | another thing, we do not imply diversity of suppositum 189 3, 2 | plain that these modes imply an accidental union.~Aquin.: 190 3, 2 | we are speaking does not imply the greatest ~of all unions.~ 191 3, 2 | which we speak ~does not imply the greatest unity.~Aquin.: 192 3, 3 | nature. ~Nor would "one" imply unity of person, but unity 193 3, 3 | species; which would seem to imply a ~contradiction, for the 194 3, 4 | creature, and does ~not imply that the irrational creature, 195 3, 4 | Absorption does not here imply the destruction of anything ~ 196 3, 5 | Now two of these reasons imply a blasphemy against God. 197 3, 6 | Hence ~as beginning and end imply order, so also does a medium. 198 3, 7 | since in their nature they imply no defect with regard to 199 3, 7 | defects such as faith and hope imply; but whatever perfection 200 3, 11 | Christ only inasmuch as they imply comparison and discursion. 201 3, 18 | longer." Now agony seems to imply a certain struggle [*Greek, ~{ 202 3, 27 | like manner it seems to imply a contradiction to say that 203 3, 28 | here spoken of does not imply the unlocking of the ~enclosure 204 3, 30 | sublime." But this does nat imply that he was of the highest 205 3, 31 | not to be understood to imply a continuation of that primitive 206 3, 35 | Further, motherhood seems to imply partial separation of the ~ 207 3, 37 | words "opening the ~womb" imply that nothing hitherto had 208 3, 51 | corruption, and this seemed to imply a certain ~need (in the 209 3, 52 | hell; and this seems to imply their ~deliverance.~Aquin.: 210 3, 54 | But scars and wounds imply corruption and defect. Therefore 211 3, 60 | a sacrament need always imply ~causality.~Aquin.: SMT 212 3, 63 | predestination, which does not imply anything in the predestined, 213 3, 66 | sacrament it is not ~enough to imply or to believe in the Trinity, 214 3, 77 | consecration itself, which does not imply either creation or return 215 3, 83 | this breaking does not ~imply severance in Christ.~Aquin.: 216 3, 87 | sins: first, because they imply the infusion of grace, since 217 3, 87 | Secondly, because they imply a movement of detestation 218 Suppl, 7 | be of such a nature as to imply some condition belonging 219 Suppl, 33| repeated, because this would imply that the sacrament ~had 220 Suppl, 51| does not of its very nature imply an act of knowledge, while ~ 221 Suppl, 59| what comes after does not imply the removal of ~what comes 222 Suppl, 69| hell simply, and do not imply that one may not come ~forth 223 Suppl, 72| beauty": and this does not imply ignorance in the ~angels, 224 Suppl, 72| awake." But these words imply a restriction. ~Therefore 225 Suppl, 79| gifts, because it would not imply a disposition in the impassible ~ 226 Suppl, 79| Christ, in so far as they imply a defect, but as signs of 227 Suppl, 80| and one, since this would imply that ~contradictions are 228 Suppl, 80| the same place does not imply a ~contradiction, as explained 229 Suppl, 89| in our intellect does not imply that ~its essence is in 230 Suppl, 93| nevertheless this does not imply that the essential reward 231 Suppl, 93| and aureole would ~only imply a logical difference: and 232 Suppl, 94| soul's suffering as seem to imply bodily punishment - for ~ 233 Appen1, 2| But punishment does not imply uncleanness. Therefore the ~ 234 Appen1, 2| punishment does not in itself imply ~uncleanness, it bears a


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