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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | nature must needs be ~traced back to God, as to its first 2 1, 2 | voluntarily must also be traced back to some higher cause other 3 1, 2 | of defect must be traced back to an immovable ~and self-necessary 4 1, 19 | as lies in him, yet falls back ~into the order of that 5 1, 37 | notional act is reflected back on the principle of the 6 1, 39 | clear that we trace a thing back to that in ~which we find 7 1, 58 | night; but they refer this back to the praise of God, in 8 1, 60 | yet it can be reflected back upon ~the lover so that 9 1, 60 | as knowledge is reflected back ~upon the knower, in such 10 1, 63 | say, because he never went back from his sin.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 74 | If, then, He had kept back His next work to another 12 1, 37 | notional act is reflected back on the principle of the 13 1, 39 | clear that we trace a thing back to that in ~which we find 14 1, 59 | night; but they refer this back to the praise of God, in 15 1, 61 | yet it can be reflected back upon ~the lover so that 16 1, 61 | as knowledge is reflected back ~upon the knower, in such 17 1, 64 | say, because he never went back from his sin.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 73 | If, then, He had kept back His next work to another 19 1, 83 | the eternal types, we come back to the opinion of Plato 20 1, 102 | thus a sick man is ~brought back to health, which is something 21 1, 102 | it must necessarily come ~back to that order as regards 22 1, 114 | the corporeal form is held back and ~imprisoned by quantity, 23 1, 117 | and we shall then come ~back to the opinion of those 24 2, 2 | one that chooses ~to look back on his past excesses, will 25 2, 4 | which is that it is held back, so to ~speak, from tending 26 2, 4 | will ~receive their bodies back again. And this is shown 27 2, 4 | is ~said to hold the soul back from tending with all its 28 2, 25 | upon as a good thing to pay back the evil done to us; when 29 2, 32 | of this slight by paying back the hurt. And thus it is ~ 30 2, 38 | fact that they bring nature back to its normal ~state, are 31 2, 53 | it were, cut off or kept back by frequent use of his ~ 32 2, 61 | dictates, lest he ~turn back; and to this end there is " 33 2, 68 | resist; I have not gone back." Even the Philosopher says 34 2, 72 | principles, can be brought back to the truth by ~means of 35 2, 76 | defend himself and strike him back, and that if he had ~known 36 2, 78 | however, since we can trace it back ~to some previous sin, which 37 2, 87 | punishment is to bring man back to the good of virtue, as 38 2, 87 | Now sin does not bring man back to ~the good of virtue, 39 2, 90 | except that which is traced back to the first indemonstrable ~ 40 2, 91 | But when man turned his back on God, he fell under the ~ 41 2, 97 | loan should not be paid back to the ~betrayer of his 42 2, 98 | being able to bring him back ~to health. Again it must 43 2, 98 | the ~Gentiles were brought back to God by the angels. But 44 2, 100 | property intact, or ~to give it back to its owner. In the same 45 2, 100 | not afraid, do ~not give back." In like manner the prohibition 46 2, 102 | written (Num. 17:10): "Carry back the rod of Aaron ~into the 47 2, 102 | wishful to ~bring His people back to a more simple way of 48 2, 105 | but thou shalt bring them back ~to thy brother," and in 49 2, 105 | OBJ 6: The timid were sent back home, not that they might 50 2, 105 | that they should be brought back to the owner if they be 51 2, 109 | lustre cannot be brought back, except God sheds His light ~ 52 2, 109 | nature would have fallen back into nothingness.~Aquin.: 53 2, 109 | he is quickly brought back to the due order.~Aquin.: 54 2, 113 | onward, ought not to look back, ~according to Phil. 3:13, 55 2, 2 | since he cannot ~trace them back to first principles, by 56 2, 10 | have known it, ~to turn back." Now the heathens have 57 2, 11 | he has sinned by falling back into heresy.~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 12 | Many of his disciples went ~back," i.e. apostatized, of whom 59 2, 12 | they had known it, to turn back."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 60 2, 13 | Lord's patience brings him back to ~repentance." But if 61 2, 23 | the way to God is to go back." Now no man goes back when 62 2, 23 | go back." Now no man goes back when he is moved by an act 63 2, 29 | parents: wherefore in ~paying back benefits received, we should 64 2, 30 | it is less sinful to keep back another's property than 65 2, 30 | not deserve ~to be paid back: and yet he cannot lawfully 66 2, 30 | household cares might keep him ~back" (3 Kgs. 19:21).~Aquin.: 67 2, 31 | secretly "by fraud kept back the price of the land," ~ 68 2, 37 | Just as those who come back to the Church ~after being 69 2, 37 | the fact that if he come back to the Church, he ~is not 70 2, 37 | Christ's faithful to lead back those ~who have gone astray, 71 2, 37 | are more ~easily brought back by such as may hold communion 72 2, 37 | salutary admonitions leads back to the unity of the Church ~ 73 2, 37 | separation brings them ~back somewhat, because through 74 2, 41 | spiritually, without being kept back ~somewhat from advancing 75 2, 47 | a place brings ~memories back to us: the reason being 76 2, 49 | would be wrong to give him back his ~deposit, or in other 77 2, 51 | by tracing those results back ~to the first indemonstrable 78 2, 53 | land, and by fraud kept ~back part of the price of the 79 2, 59 | the one person should pay back to the other just so much 80 2, 59 | justice if both be brought back to the mean, 1 being taken 81 2, 59 | strike, that he be struck back. This ~kind of just is laid 82 2, 59 | prince, is not only struck ~back, but is much more severely 83 2, 60 | since it is ~by giving it back that equality is reestablished. 84 2, 62 | justice sinners are kept back for repentance, ~according 85 2, 62 | not striking your enemy back."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 86 2, 64 | it consist in keeping it ~back.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 87 2, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To keep back what is due to another, 88 2, 66 | begun he seems to turn ~his back [tergum vertere].~Aquin.: 89 2, 69 | going astray, bring it ~back to him." He says also "by 90 2, 70 | words, but rather answer back.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[72] A[ 91 2, 76 | if he be obliged to pay back more. In ~another way a 92 2, 76 | lent, which has to be paid back: nor should the loan be 93 2, 76 | is ~bound to pay it all back: wherefore the lender must 94 2, 78 | in desiring to pay them back," as Tully states (De invent. 95 2, 81 | Vulg.: ~'Let them be turned back and be ashamed.']." Therefore 96 2, 86 | the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 97 2, 86 | Consequently, if he look back by desisting from his good ~ 98 2, 86 | could and ~had to be bought back, as the law requires. Even 99 2, 86 | so he must not be ~called back to the human life on the 100 2, 94 | front of one's house; to go back to ~bed if you happen to 101 2, 104 | Whether one ought to pay back more than one has received?~ 102 2, 104 | already begun to pay it back: ~and that we are grateful 103 2, 104 | to repay, and not to keep back and safeguard my repayment."~ 104 2, 104 | far as possible, to pay back ~something more.~Aquin.: 105 2, 104 | possible for the son to pay back ~something greater to his 106 2, 104 | to do so, the will to pay back would be ~sufficient for 107 2, 108 | prudently, by keeping it back, as Augustine says ~(Contra 108 2, 109 | He was, so to speak, held back on earth by their hospitality."~ 109 2, 116 | bread that thou keepest ~back, the naked man's cloak that 110 2, 120 | but thou shalt bring them back to thy brother." Hence a ~ 111 2, 145 | apostles were not to be ~held back by the old observances, 112 2, 147 | of the ages ~and brought back the end into line with the 113 2, 151 | because through being held back by carnal pleasures he cares 114 2, 152 | brothers and ~sisters goes back to olden times, it became 115 2, 154 | more ~difficult to bring back to the truth one who errs 116 2, 172 | who made the sun ~to turn back (Is. 38:8), than by Moses, 117 2, 178 | its power we are brought back to the single ray ~of light," 118 2, 178 | recalled ~to itself and beaten back by the very immensity of 119 2, 181 | justice is not to be held back from evil for the love of ~ 120 2, 182 | to the plough and looking back ~is fit for the kingdom 121 2, 182 | for this would be to look back [*Cf. ~Lk. 9:62]. Yet a 122 2, 183 | since this is "to look back," which is ~condemned by 123 2, 183 | the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 124 2, 183 | neighbor, he would be going back, if he wished to pass ~to 125 2, 183 | and if the bishop keeps back for himself ~part of that 126 2, 184 | i.e. "you ~should keep back what you need," and afterwards 127 2, 184 | household care might hold him back."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] 128 2, 184 | something to God and keep back something ~for themselves; 129 2, 184 | such a way as not to turn back. ~Wherefore He says again ( 130 2, 184 | the ~plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 131 2, 184 | some ~of His disciples went back, yet when our Lord asked ( 132 2, 187 | they have known it to turn back," and Lk. 9:62, "No man 133 2, 187 | the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 134 2, 187 | accounted to turn or to look back, save ~when he omits to 135 2, 187 | person thus enticed may ~turn back on finding himself deceived, 136 2, 187 | not of God that some turn back; since not ~all that is 137 2, 187 | of weakness ~and turning back. Hence he hears our Lord 138 2, 187 | the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 139 2, 187 | God,' because ~he looks back who seeks delay in order 140 3, 3 | incarnate many have been kept back from the true ~knowledge 141 3, 3 | knowledge man might be led back to God, ~having wandered 142 3, 4 | genealogy of our Lord is traced back to ~Adam.~Aquin.: SMT TP 143 3, 9 | human race was to be brought back ~to perfection by its means. 144 3, 13 | in being, lest they fall back to nothing. And thus ~it 145 3, 14 | infirmities men were ~kept back from knowing Him, according 146 3, 18 | change ~or at least keep back the rational appetite; for 147 3, 31 | the series of generations back to God, ~counting in all 148 3, 35 | came in order to bring us back from a state of ~bondage 149 3, 39 | the Jordan "were turned back," as it is related Jos. 150 3, 39 | baptized go forward, not back. ~Therefore it was not fitting 151 3, 39 | of the Jordan were held back, so now, when Christ was ~ 152 3, 39 | torrent of sin was held back." Or else this may signify ~ 153 3, 44 | them through, drive them back, lay them prostrate: for 154 3, 44 | only by degrees, can come back to the light: and to point 155 3, 49 | steals a sheep he ~shall pay back four" (Ex. 22:1). And he 156 3, 50 | by His death brought us back to life, when ~by His death 157 3, 52 | that it might be brought ~back out of hell simultaneously 158 3, 53 | united to it, the body took back again the soul which it 159 3, 53 | aside, and the soul took back again the body which it 160 3, 54 | were ~confirmed, brought back to subtlety whatever could 161 3, 55 | they had not been brought ~back from the sight of a strange 162 3, 55 | him "and brought" him ~back. Nevertheless, angels have 163 3, 55 | sitting upon the ~stone rolled back, while Mark states that 164 3, 55 | the stone which was rolled back from the monument, as ~Matthew 165 3, 56 | else than to bring life back again; and this is ~resurrection. 166 3, 64 | Church, unless they come back to the Church, ~will reap 167 3, 65 | and, for him who falls back into sin, they ~belong secondarily 168 3, 68 | name of the Trinity, come back to Holy Church, they are ~ 169 3, 68 | the first. But he drawing back his hand, ~the other came 170 3, 77 | Christ be again changed back into the substance of bread 171 3, 80 | great loss in being kept back from receiving ~this sacrament, 172 3, 86 | of guilt is ~not brought back to the order of justice, 173 3, 87 | be in danger of falling back, if he gave up the desire 174 3, 88 | perdition? Yet he does not fall back into that which had ~been 175 3, 88 | wastefulness a man would be brought back to the habit or disposition 176 3, 88 | follows repentance brings back, in a sense, ~the debt of 177 3, 88 | that "he does not fall back into ~that which was forgiven, 178 3, 88 | as though he had not paid back what he owed; and much less ~ 179 3, 88 | his freedom is not brought back ~to his previous state of 180 3, 89 | power to bring all ~defects back to perfection, and even 181 3, 89 | although the shepherd bring it back on his shoulder, has not 182 3, 89 | who has never turned his back, but has done nothing brave."~ 183 Suppl, 12| properly speaking, a giving ~back: but to make satisfaction 184 Suppl, 12| so satisfaction brings back directly ~equality of justice, 185 Suppl, 14| may do, he can never give back to his father the equal ~ 186 Suppl, 15| man does not ~easily fall back into sin when he has had 187 Suppl, 21| Saphira to death for ~keeping back the price of their piece 188 Suppl, 25| of punishment keeps man back from the ~attainment of 189 Suppl, 28| Supper they are brought back into the church by ~their 190 Suppl, 43| another and afterwards give it back, so it may be patiently ~ 191 Suppl, 51| seemingly, ~she cannot go back to the man to whom she thought 192 Suppl, 60| own wives must be brought back to penance, ~and they are 193 Suppl, 62| is bound to receive her back again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 194 Suppl, 62| sin, he must not take her back, for the same ~reason which 195 Suppl, 64| madman must not be given back his sword lest he kill ~ 196 Suppl, 64| A madman should be given back his sword if a greater danger ~ 197 Suppl, 67| Heb. 7:19] by bringing man back to the state of the newness 198 Suppl, 67| Josue, and by its turning back at the time of Ezechias, 199 Suppl, 67| husband could lawfully take back the wife he had divorced?~ 200 Suppl, 67| husband could lawfully take back the wife he ~had divorced. 201 Suppl, 67| him ~to undo it, by taking back his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP 202 Suppl, 67| Now the ~husband by taking back the wife he had divorced 203 Suppl, 67| being unlawful to ~take back a divorced wife was "because 204 Suppl, 67| least it was lawful to take back a divorced wife before she 205 Suppl, 67| wife could not take her back. According to those ~who 206 Suppl, 67| he could nowise take her back ~afterwards.~Aquin.: SMT 207 Suppl, 67| the husband could not take back ~his divorced wife, as stated 208 Suppl, 67| away she could not be taken back, even ~before marrying again, 209 Suppl, 69| heaven, unless it be held back by some ~debt, for which 210 Suppl, 71| bodies, and will be cast back into the punishments of ~ 211 Suppl, 71| suffrages, and this will fall back upon those by whose fault 212 Suppl, 72| Lord, should be ~brought back to God by the saints who 213 Suppl, 72| their means, be brought back to God, that ~we may receive 214 Suppl, 72| another and bringing them back to harmony. ~Nor is there 215 Suppl, 75| vinegar cannot be brought back to the quality of wine unless 216 Suppl, 76| matter that will be ~brought back to restore the human body 217 Suppl, 76| the parts to be brought back to the same position. Neither 218 Suppl, 77| parts of the people flow back and ~forth materially, but 219 Suppl, 77| position, all the parts flow back and forth as to their matter, ~ 220 Suppl, 78| greater age to be brought back to a ~youthful age.~Aquin.: 221 Suppl, 78| because it has already gone back from its ultimate perfection. 222 Suppl, 79| it must needs ~be thrown back by an opaque body, for which 223 Suppl, 90| body's desire it ~is held back from tending with all its 224 Suppl, 96| have known it, to turn ~back from that holy commandment 225 Suppl, 96| Christians who have turned back after knowing it will also 226 Suppl, 96| they have known it, to turn back." ~Moreover it is clear 227 Appen1, 2| their longing is not held back by the weight of ~the body,


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