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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | treat of God and creatures ~equally, but of God primarily, and 2 1, 4 | likeness; as two ~things equally white are said to be alike 3 1, 5 | univocal to be predicated equally of them all; but as something ~ 4 1, 11 | therefore it would be equally so to call ~being "one." 5 1, 11 | every ~such substance is not equally the cause of unity; for 6 1, 12 | all saw the essence of God equally in eternal ~life, all would 7 1, 13 | OBJ 3: Further, all names equally applied to God and creatures, 8 1, 20 | Whether God loves all things equally?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 9 1, 20 | that God loves all things equally. For it is said: "He ~hath 10 1, 20 | For it is said: "He ~hath equally care of all" (Wis. 6:8). 11 1, 20 | Therefore He loves all ~things equally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 12 1, 20 | OBJ 1: God is said to have equally care of all, not because 13 1, 22 | divine will and intellect equally, this would not affect the 14 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost proceeds equally from both, although sometimes ~ 15 1, 36 | way. But then it might be equally right to say that the Father 16 1, 39 | oblique ~case. Therefore it is equally wrong to say that the three 17 1, 41 | relation, so as to signify both equally. For although paternity 18 1, 42 | participate in that form equally, just as the air may ~be 19 1, 48 | sin, but perchance either equally or more.~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 57 | universal species refer ~equally to present, past, and future. 21 1, 57 | they are species, refer equally to things present, past, 22 1, 57 | nor do ~they all know them equally; but just as God wills them 23 1, 64 | angels ~did not fully and equally apprehend it; hence the 24 1, 67 | regards direction, working equally in a circle as in a straight 25 1, 69 | received its form by the equally suitable words, "Let ~the 26 1, 69 | although the name earth is equally applied to that which is 27 1, 70 | naturally incorruptible. Equally impossible is it that the 28 1, 76 | essence is ~concerned, is equally disposed to be in the whole 29 1, 76 | perfect animals, is ~not equally related to the whole and 30 1, 39 | oblique ~case. Therefore it is equally wrong to say that the three 31 1, 41 | relation, so as to signify both equally. For although paternity 32 1, 42 | participate in that form equally, just as the air may ~be 33 1, 49 | sin, but perchance either equally or more.~Aquin.: SMT FP 34 1, 58 | universal species refer ~equally to present, past, and future. 35 1, 58 | they are species, refer equally to things present, past, 36 1, 58 | nor do ~they all know them equally; but just as God wills them 37 1, 65 | angels ~did not fully and equally apprehend it; hence the 38 1, 68 | regards direction, working equally in a circle as in a straight 39 1, 70 | received its form by the equally suitable words, "Let ~the 40 1, 70 | although the name earth is equally applied to that which is 41 1, 71 | naturally incorruptible. Equally impossible is it that the 42 1, 75 | essence is ~concerned, is equally disposed to be in the whole 43 1, 75 | perfect animals, is ~not equally related to the whole and 44 1, 78 | sense. Therefore is ~it equally true to say that it is distinct 45 1, 84 | is bitter, this would be equally true; ~for each would judge 46 1, 84 | every ~opinion would be equally true; in fact, every sort 47 1, 97 | members would have been equally ~moved by the will, without 48 2, 5 | xix in Evang.), "each was ~equally rewarded with eternal life." 49 2, 5 | Happiness, and ~Happiness is not equally in all.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 50 2, 13 | with two portions of food ~equally appetizing and at an equal 51 2, 13 | world. Now, if that which is equally ~(eligible) with something 52 2, 51 | Reply OBJ 3: Nature is not equally inclined to cause all the 53 2, 51 | God. For God ~treats all equally. If therefore He infuses 54 2, 56 | belong to several powers equally, and in the ~same degree; 55 2, 63 | are natural to us and are equally in ~all of us." And Antony 56 2, 66 | one same man are not all ~equally intense. For the Apostle 57 2, 66 | infused ~all the virtues equally into each man. Therefore 58 2, 66 | if all the virtues were equally intense in one and the ~ 59 2, 66 | Hence if the objects be equally ~good and sublime, that 60 2, 71 | word" and ~"deed" denote equally what is said and what is 61 2, 73 | passing over a ~line occurs equally and in the same way, even 62 2, 82 | Whether original sin is equally in all?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 63 2, 82 | Whether original sin is equally in all?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 64 2, 82 | that original sin is not equally in all. Because ~original 65 2, 82 | A[3]). Now all ~are not equally prone to acts of concupiscence. 66 2, 82 | Therefore original sin is ~not equally in all.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 67 2, 82 | 81], A[1]). But nature is equally in all. Therefore original 68 2, 82 | second: since all are related equally ~to the first principle 69 2, 82 | of ~original justice is equally broken in all, and the lower 70 2, 82 | all, left to themselves equally; but it is due to the ~various 71 2, 82 | original justice. This lust is ~equally in all.~ 72 2, 87 | and that they are not ~equally in all, is due to the diversity 73 2, 88 | Because venial ~sin is equally distant from mortal, as 74 2, 94 | matters of detail, it is not equally known to all.~Aquin.: SMT 75 2, 94 | the same for ~all, and is equally known by all. As to the 76 2, 94 | same for all, but is not equally ~known to all: thus it is 77 2, 94 | where it is the same, is it ~equally known by all. Thus it is 78 2, 95 | natural just is that which is ~equally valid everywhere." If therefore 79 2, 97 | man to do that which is equally forbidden to all, ~seems 80 2, 99 | cannot be that which befalls equally the good and the wicked. 81 2, 99 | all" temporal "things equally happen to the just ~and 82 2, 105 | they should be divided ~equally, wherefore it is written ( 83 2, 109 | But he did not love God equally with himself, or less than ~ 84 2, 112 | and the great ~and He hath equally care of all." Therefore 85 2, 112 | all obtain grace from Him ~equally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 86 2, 112 | measure, is not given to all equally. Hence all have not an ~ 87 2, 112 | and thus His care ~looks equally to all, since by one simple 88 2, 114 | Hence every virtue is ~equally a principle of merit.~Aquin.: 89 2, 114 | the increase of ~grace, equally with the consummation of 90 2, 114 | Eccles. 9:2: "All things equally happen to the just and the 91 2, 114 | OBJ 4: All things happen equally to the good and the wicked, 92 2, 1 | same person. Hence it is equally ~impossible for one and 93 2, 1 | proposed to be believed equally by all, is ~equally unknown 94 2, 1 | believed equally by all, is ~equally unknown by all as an object 95 2, 2 | explicitly?~(6) Whether all are equally bound to explicit faith?~( 96 2, 2 | hence they are not all equally proposed to our belief.~ 97 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Whether all are equally bound to have explicit faith?~ 98 2, 2 | would seem that all are equally bound to have explicit faith. ~ 99 2, 2 | explicitly. Therefore ~all are equally bound to have explicit faith.~ 100 2, 2 | that all are, therefore, equally bound to have explicit faith.~ 101 2, 2 | articles of faith is not equally ~necessary for the salvation 102 2, 5 | s very ~nature, which is equally shared by all: whereas faith 103 2, 5 | gift of grace, which is not equally in all, as explained above ( 104 2, 12 | are believers, they would equally lose it on account of ~other 105 2, 22 | God and our neighbor were ~equally objects of charity. But 106 2, 25 | all things are believed equally. Neither, therefore, ought ~ 107 2, 25 | in His substance, God is equally in all, in ~whomsoever He 108 2, 25 | not possess God's goodness equally with God, for ~God has it 109 2, 25 | One ought to love ~all men equally. Since, however, one cannot 110 2, 25 | love ~all our neighbors equally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 111 2, 25 | love all our ~neighbors equally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 112 2, 25 | love all our neighbors ~equally, as regards our affection, 113 2, 25 | which ought to be given equally to all including our enemies.~ 114 2, 25 | respect we love all men equally out of ~charity: because 115 2, 25 | we ought not to love all ~equally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 116 2, 25 | Our neighbors are not all equally related to God; some are ~ 117 2, 25 | ought to ~love his wife equally with himself, but that a 118 2, 30 | they are not distributed equally among all, one ~being in 119 2, 42 | man must love his neighbor equally as himself, but in like ~ 120 2, 55 | men, is observed by all equally, and is called the right 121 2, 55 | right belongs to each one equally; and we ought not to distinguish 122 2, 58 | he shows himself to be equally deserving of condemnation 123 2, 68 | expect to find certitude equally in every matter." For in 124 2, 75 | said of the seller applies equally to the buyer. For ~sometimes 125 2, 83 | communicated to certain ones, ~not equally with God, but by participation; 126 2, 94 | self-protection. Therefore it is equally ~lawful to have recourse 127 2, 96 | But if we consider them ~equally in comparison with one another, 128 2, 99 | country"; not, ~however, equally to all, but chiefly to our 129 2, 103 | Not every disobedience is equally a sin: for one ~disobedience 130 2, 103 | person commanding ~does not equally desire the fulfilment of 131 2, 139 | genus. Therefore they all ~equally belong to the matter of 132 2, 145 | else it would have ~to be equally observed at all places and 133 2, 150 | Conjug. xxi): "Continence was equally ~meritorious in John who 134 2, 150 | conjugal continence was equally ~meritorious with the virginal 135 2, 152 | matters ~mentioned there were equally liable to cause dispute 136 2, 162 | OBJ 4: Further, all are equally descended from our first 137 2, 162 | to whom the sin pertains equally. The other defect is that 138 2, 162 | those to whom the first sin equally appertains. Nevertheless, ~ 139 2, 173 | Wherefore either of them may equally cause an aberration of mind; 140 2, 182 | or contrary to God, or equally with God, and whoever fails 141 2, 185 | commonly enjoined upon all are ~equally binding on religious and 142 2, 185 | Avoid somber," i.e. ~black, "equally with glittering apparel. 143 2, 185 | and coarse clothes are ~equally to be shunned, for the one 144 2, 186 | words of our Lord, Who equally forbade both, that it comes 145 2, 187 | endeavor to practice them equally, ~he will of necessity, 146 3, 1 | Whose power all things are equally ~subject; but that there 147 3, 2 | shown to the Son ~of God was equally shown to the Son of man, 148 3, 16 | Nature, may be predicated equally of Christ. Hence Damascene 149 3, 18 | as stated above, it may equally be ~said that the sensuality 150 3, 36 | are not bestowed on all equally, but to ~some immediately, 151 3, 42 | doctrine known to the Gentiles equally with the Jews, in order ~ 152 3, 46 | whose power all things are equally subordinate."~Aquin.: SMT 153 3, 48 | which the offended one loves equally, or even more than he detested 154 3, 66 | follow that it would be equally sufficient to pour water 155 3, 69 | since all children are equally disposed to Baptism, because ~ 156 3, 69 | their own faith, are not equally disposed to Baptism; for 157 3, 69 | concerned, sends forth its heat ~equally to all.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 158 3, 69 | such like effects are not equally received by all the ~baptized, 159 3, 72 | combats, the Stadium is open equally to all, to every ~age, and 160 3, 90 | taken at the ~same time and equally, just as a line is made 161 3, 90 | part at the same time and equally, just as the ~entire power 162 3, 90 | genus at the same time and ~equally: which does not apply to 163 Suppl, 3 | for deploring all her sins equally, ~but because she grieved 164 Suppl, 8 | if two men were placed equally ~over the same people, but 165 Suppl, 8 | has ~power over all men equally and over all sins: and it 166 Suppl, 14| does none, they are not equally near to the reception of 167 Suppl, 16| applies to angels, applies equally to separated ~souls, as 168 Suppl, 18| received grace, applies equally to the effect of ~the actual 169 Suppl, 20| singular matters is not equally ~in the power of all. Thus, 170 Suppl, 20| jurisdiction. The former power is ~equally in all priests, but not 171 Suppl, 26| Consequently indulgences ~are equally valid, whether they be granted 172 Suppl, 40| a portion as being loved equally ~with other things, so that 173 Suppl, 47| relation of ~that kind is equally in both terms. Therefore 174 Suppl, 51| concerning quality or fortune is equally an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT 175 Suppl, 52| impediment to marriage is equally an ~impediment whether it 176 Suppl, 53| benefices, ~and can enjoy equally the privilege of clergy. 177 Suppl, 54| same degree ought to be equally related. ~But this is false 178 Suppl, 54| degree, and yet they are not equally related according to a Decretal ~( 179 Suppl, 54| above (A[3]), which are equally ~necessary for all time. 180 Suppl, 54| consanguinity should ~have equally impeded marriage at all 181 Suppl, 54| degrees does not apply equally in the ascending and descending 182 Suppl, 54| kin, because ~they remain equally kin at all times: but it 183 Suppl, 54| therefore did the Church equally prohibit the degrees of ~ 184 Suppl, 55| boy who is insensible is ~equally impotent in respect of the 185 Suppl, 55| consanguinity are reckoned ~equally. But consanguinity causes 186 Suppl, 56| father to ~son, it will equally pass from brother to brother: 187 Suppl, 58| generative power of one man is equally related to all women. Therefore 188 Suppl, 58| impotent through frigidity is equally impotent in relation to 189 Suppl, 61| remains between those who equally take ~religious vows. Therefore 190 Suppl, 62| blamed, or both parties are equally ~blameworthy. The first 191 Suppl, 62| which husband and wife are equally bound towards each other, ~ 192 Suppl, 64| For husband and wife are ~equally bound to pay the debt, as 193 Suppl, 64| rights. Therefore ~he can equally take a vow not to pay the 194 Suppl, 64| who consent ~thereto are equally punished (Rm. 1:32). But 195 Suppl, 66| ratio that applies to all ~equally, on account of their variety. 196 Suppl, 68| God confers ~natural goods equally on legitimate and illegitimate 197 Suppl, 69| other hand, there should be equally an abode for those ~who 198 Suppl, 70| the demons to whom this equally applies, are sometimes outside 199 Suppl, 70| from a corporeal fire is ~equally consistent with separated 200 Suppl, 71| deed of the doer, and are equally efficacious by ~whomsoever 201 Suppl, 71| for another ~profits him equally with the one for whom he 202 Suppl, 71| satisfies, it will likewise ~equally profit a third person if 203 Suppl, 71| away, and by the second an equally ~proportionate part of the 204 Suppl, 71| offered for the departed equally with or more than the Sacrament 205 Suppl, 71| offered the Mass profits equally ~the departed, no matter 206 Suppl, 71| one person ~only, avails equally all those who are gathered 207 Suppl, 71| they are offered, if ~he be equally worthy. On the other hand, 208 Suppl, 72| Therefore that fire will act equally on good and wicked; and 209 Suppl, 75| only when it is more or equally adapted for attaining the 210 Suppl, 77| perfection from God, ~not equally, but each one according 211 Suppl, 77| species, and if he approached equally ~in both, he will rise again 212 Suppl, 77| wherefore they are not equally directed to the resurrection.~ 213 Suppl, 78| bodies ~will be restored are equally disposed to receive the 214 Suppl, 79| 2) Whether all will be equally impassible?~(3) Whether 215 Suppl, 79| 1/1~Whether all will be equally impassible?~Aquin.: SMT 216 Suppl, 79| would seem that all will be equally impassible. For a gloss 217 Suppl, 79| suffering. Therefore all will be equally impassible.~Aquin.: SMT 218 Suppl, 79| Therefore they will all be equally impassible.~Aquin.: SMT 219 Suppl, 81| Further, whatever is moved equally soon to what is near and 220 Suppl, 81| glorified body reaches ~equally soon to any distance, like 221 Suppl, 81| space. movement and time are equally ~divisible, as is demonstrated 222 Suppl, 82| as all the parts will ~be equally impassible, subtle and agile. 223 Suppl, 84| of all the good will be equally blotted out. Yet ~we know 224 Suppl, 87| consequently is to be honored equally with ~the Father, not as 225 Suppl, 88| regards its nature, is ~equally inclined to every situation 226 Suppl, 88| things outside it, it is not equally ~inclined to every situation: 227 Suppl, 88| certain brightness, not equally, however, but according 228 Suppl, 89| as Christ's body, but not equally. In like manner our soul 229 Suppl, 93| all of them, ~though not equally, because some are endowed 230 Suppl, 93| wherein incorruption is found ~equally as to all times.~Aquin.: 231 Suppl, 94| not torture all sinners equally. For each one will ~suffer 232 Suppl, 96| another. For it would seem equally reasonable for the good


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