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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inward

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1 1, 27 | matter, so there must be an ~inward procession corresponding 2 1, 49 | the ~concentration of the inward heat.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 3 1, 60 | is brought about by the inward presence of the known ~within 4 1, 75 | man is corrupted, yet the inward man is ~renewed day by day." 5 1, 75 | Therefore ~the soul is the inward man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 6 1, 75 | with truth, is called the "inward" man; and sometimes the ~ 7 1, 50 | the ~concentration of the inward heat.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 8 1, 61 | is brought about by the inward presence of the known ~within 9 1, 74 | man is corrupted, yet the inward man is ~renewed day by day." 10 1, 74 | Therefore ~the soul is the inward man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 11 1, 74 | with truth, is called the "inward" man; and sometimes the ~ 12 1, 111 | to lose the ~delights of inward contemplation."~Aquin.: 13 1, 113 | outwardly among men; but the ~inward disposition of man God alone 14 1, 113 | in order to explore ~this inward disposition of man, so that 15 2, 9 | not necessary that this inward principle be ~the first 16 2, 9 | the voluntary ~act has an inward proximate principle, nevertheless 17 2, 9 | not on the part of an inward instigation.~Aquin.: SMT 18 2, 31 | from the exterior signs of inward delight, which appear outwardly ~ 19 2, 31 | outwardly ~in so far as the inward joy breaks forth from its 20 2, 35 | of some contrary; whereas inward sorrow arises from the apprehended 21 2, 35 | outward pain is greater than inward sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 22 2, 35 | body; while the cause of inward pain is a conjoined evil ~ 23 2, 35 | chiefly of touch; while inward pain arises from an ~interior 24 2, 35 | we compare the cause of inward pain to the cause of outward ~ 25 2, 35 | appetite directly. Because ~inward pain arises from something 26 2, 35 | from this ~point of view, inward pain surpasses outward pain. 27 2, 35 | of ~touch. Consequently inward pain is, simply and of itself, 28 2, 35 | pain ~in order to avoid inward pain: and in so far as outward 29 2, 35 | and ~agreeable by way of inward joy. Sometimes, however, 30 2, 35 | pain is ~accompanied by inward pain, and then the pain 31 2, 35 | pain is increased. Because ~inward pain is not only greater 32 2, 35 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Inward pain can also arise from 33 2, 35 | And then the comparison of inward to outward pain must not 34 2, 35 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Inward pain is not caused by the 35 2, 35 | and abstract. Consequently inward pain is, of ~itself, greater, 36 2, 35 | evil is ~better known by an inward apprehension.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 35 | more material than the ~inward sense, just as the sensitive 38 2, 35 | from outward than from inward ~pain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 39 2, 35 | best ~expression of the inward thought and desire, not 40 2, 36 | of that movement, is the inward inclination of the ~appetite; 41 2, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, inward sorrow surpasses outward 42 2, 37 | transmutation more than inward sorrow does: and yet the ~ 43 2, 37 | requires complete repose, than inward sorrow is. ~Nevertheless 44 2, 37 | sorrow is. ~Nevertheless if inward sorrow be very intense, 45 2, 38 | outward ~things, so that the inward sorrow is lessened. This 46 2, 44 | craving for vengeance, the inward movement has an upward direction: ~ 47 2, 44 | to the inner parts, ~the inward heat increases, especially 48 2, 68 | the present state: yet the inward regard for our neighbor, 49 2, 72 | the consummation of ~the inward thought which is principally 50 2, 74 | Ethic. x, 3,5). ~Now the inward thought is one thing, and 51 2, 74 | consequent to the act ~of inward thought, differs in goodness 52 2, 74 | fornication, as much as the inward thought differs from the 53 2, 74 | on either hand. ~But the inward thought is not a mortal 54 2, 80 | universal principle of all inward movements of ~man; but that 55 2, 89 | one ~resulting from the inward disposition of the members 56 2, 93 | pronouncement, impresses a kind of inward ~principle of action on 57 2, 93 | 1: The impression of an inward active principle is to natural ~ 58 2, 93 | eternal law by way of an inward motive ~principle: and in 59 2, 97 | repeated external actions, the ~inward movement of the will, and 60 2, 98 | of God, according to the inward man": and again (verse 16): " 61 2, 100 | competent to judge of ~the inward movements of wills, according 62 2, 101 | God, proceeding from ~the inward knowledge and affection, 63 2, 102 | bodily sacrifices denote the inward sacrifice of the heart, 64 2, 102 | soul to God. But in the inward sacrifice, ~the sweetness, 65 2, 102 | blood" ~denoted the subtle inward force which quickened His 66 2, 103 | make profession of his ~inward faith, by deeds as well 67 2, 106 | Testament, "it is given in an ~inward manner, that they may be 68 2, 106 | kill, unless there were the inward presence of the healing 69 2, 108 | objects; and that from this inward ~grace, whereby the flesh 70 2, 108 | with, or in opposition to ~inward grace consisting in faith 71 2, 108 | acts, which ~ensue from inward movements.~Aquin.: SMT FS 72 2, 108 | necessarily connected with inward ~grace wherein the Law consists, 73 2, 108 | necessary connection with inward grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 74 2, 112 | has experience of their inward principles: thus when we 75 2, 114 | inwardly and outwardly!" Now ~inward healing is brought about 76 2, 2 | and, ~what is more, by the inward instinct of the Divine invitation: 77 2, 3 | intended to ~signify the inward thought. Wherefore, just 78 2, 3 | Wherefore, just as the inward thought of ~matters of faith 79 2, 3 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Inward faith, with the aid of charity, 80 2, 5 | perception of hearing, but by inward inspiration, not as now ~ 81 2, 12 | utterance, or ~even in some inward act of the will, for it 82 2, 12 | should bear witness to the inward ~faith, for confession is 83 2, 13 | other is the ~assistance of inward grace, against which there 84 2, 24 | which the Apostle calls the "inward man," ~and the latter, the " 85 2, 24 | their rational nature or the inward man as being the chief thing 86 2, 24 | love themselves, as to the inward man, ~because they wish 87 2, 24 | in the ~integrity of the inward man, nor do they desire 88 2, 24 | charity are the result of inward ~love, and are in proportion 89 2, 25 | unconnected, and not to the inward ~affection, which ought 90 2, 25 | than an infidel." Now the inward affection of charity ~ought 91 2, 28 | external works: but the inward love of charity, whereby 92 2, 29 | while the other is the inward passion that ~a man has 93 2, 29 | liberality to moderate ~this inward passion so as to avoid excessive 94 2, 31 | them, so to speak, with an inward inspiration, either while ~ 95 2, 32 | all to be traced to his ~inward hatred.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 96 2, 32 | sins are worse than his inward hatred. This suffices for ~ 97 2, 52 | those sins that consist of inward actions, are more hidden, ~ 98 2, 58 | judgment which is ~about the inward intention, or other uncertain 99 2, 70 | depends on ~the speaker's inward intention. Hence, in sins 100 2, 83 | outwardly represents the inward spiritual sacrifice, whereby 101 2, 83 | religion are directed to the inward acts. Again the soul ~offers 102 2, 83 | offered to God in a certain inward sacrifice by devotion, prayer ~ 103 2, 83 | first ~and principal is the inward sacrifice, which all are 104 2, 83 | bound to some sacrifices ~inward or outward, as stated above.~ 105 2, 86 | made to God by the ~mere inward thought, since according 106 2, 86 | may strictly refer to the inward protestation.~Aquin.: SMT 107 2, 87 | truth simply, either by inward inspiration, or by ~unveiling 108 2, 87 | interprets them ~according to our inward intention."~Aquin.: SMT 109 2, 89 | lips avails to arouse the inward ~fervor of those who praise, 110 2, 91 | just were instructed by an ~inward instinct as to the way of 111 2, 91 | worship is a profession of inward worship, ~"whereby God is 112 2, 92 | should be honored with an inward ~worship, according to Jn. 113 2, 92 | worship is a sign of the ~inward worship, just as it is a 114 2, 93 | sometimes outside us. The inward cause of dreams is twofold: ~ 115 2, 93 | chance. But ~sometimes the inward cause of dreams regards 116 2, 93 | regards the body: because the inward ~disposition of the body 117 2, 93 | or to some natural cause inward or ~outward, and so far 118 2, 98 | action or passion, but in ~an inward affection.~Aquin.: SMT SS 119 2, 102 | outward deed, but also the inward will.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] 120 2, 105 | sin, by reason either ~of inward contempt, or of the kind 121 2, 122 | faith includes not only inward belief, but also outward ~ 122 2, 130 | us insensibly of all our inward possessions." ~Therefore 123 2, 130 | disposes a man to lose his inward goods.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 124 2, 132 | discussion" referring to the inward intention, and "administration" 125 2, 132 | chief act of virtue is the inward choice, and a virtue ~may 126 2, 141 | three ways: first, in the inward movements of the soul; ~ 127 2, 141 | succumb to them. ~Another inward movement towards something 128 2, 146 | spiritual combat." But man's ~inward enemy is sin. Therefore 129 2, 154 | incontinent ~man, for he needs the inward assistance of grace which 130 2, 155 | certain moderation of a man's inward disposition, so that he 131 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, inward movements are judged according 132 2, 156 | For the first degree is an inward ~conception, and in reference 133 2, 158 | outward actions. For the ~inward movements of the passions 134 2, 158 | will ~not be concerned with inward passions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 135 2, 158 | not only outward but also inward actions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 136 2, 159 | however, this is done by an inward ~movement of the soul, and 137 2, 159 | externals, but chiefly ~in the inward choice of the mind, as the 138 2, 159 | externals, as signs of the ~inward movement of the appetite.~ 139 2, 159 | Consequently a man, by an inward act of the soul, may subject ~ 140 2, 159 | before those which pertain to inward ~actions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 141 2, 159 | we bear to God. Now the inward disposition of humility 142 2, 159 | succeeds in plucking out the inward root. It ~is according to 143 2, 160 | every ~sin, and not to the inward act of pride, namely contempt 144 2, 160 | not: ~but as regards the inward arrogance of the heart it 145 2, 161 | inordinateness is in the inward movement of ~the soul before 146 2, 161 | remains. Also, among the inward ~movements, the appetite 147 2, 163 | suggestion has, since by an inward suggestion, at least, man' 148 2, 163 | was unable to tempt him by inward suggestion, but only by 149 2, 166 | movements are signs of the inward disposition, ~according 150 2, 166 | are indications of the ~inward disposition, and this regards 151 2, 166 | movements are signs of our inward disposition, their moderation 152 2, 166 | do not ~agree with one's inward disposition. Nevertheless 153 2, 168 | only as ~being signs of an inward inordinateness, as stated 154 2, 170 | First, with regard to its inward root, which is sanctifying 155 2, 170 | Secondly, with regard to the inward passions of the soul and 156 2, 172 | prophecy is when a man, by an inward instinct, is moved to perform 157 2, 172 | man is enlightened by an ~inward light so as to know certain 158 2, 176 | instrumentally either ~man's inward movement, or his speech, 159 2, 178 | rest in the sweetness of inward contemplation, for it is 160 2, 179 | disturbances ~but also the inward disturbance of the passions.~ 161 2, 179 | deprived of the joys of inward contemplation." Hence in 162 2, 182 | thing. In like manner by ~inward spiritual growth a man reaches 163 2, 182 | state should answer to the inward, else one ~is guilty of 164 2, 182 | religious who have not the ~inward perfection of charity. Therefore, 165 2, 182 | of perfection, although inward perfection is ~required 166 2, 182 | this requires a greater inward holiness than that which 167 2, 184 | perfection of life ~consists of inward rather than of outward acts, 168 2, 184 | perfection. Therefore vows of inward actions, such as contemplation, ~ 169 3, 25 | The Apostles, led by the inward instinct of the Holy Ghost, ~ 170 3, 38 | principal effect, which is the inward cleansing.~Aquin.: SMT TP 171 3, 44 | as the enlightenment was inward, is not to be reckoned as 172 3, 48 | it willingly, it has an inward principle.~Aquin.: SMT TP 173 3, 60 | nature man was moved by inward instinct and ~without any 174 3, 60 | of God were determined by inward instinct. But ~later on 175 3, 64 | sacramental effect. For the inward sacramental effect ~is to 176 3, 64 | justifieth." Since, ~then, the inward effect of all the sacraments 177 3, 64 | the power of producing the inward sacramental ~effect?~Aquin.: 178 3, 64 | power of producing the ~inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: 179 3, 64 | forgiveness of sins is ~an inward sacramental effect. Therefore 180 3, 64 | Christ as man ~produces the inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: 181 3, 64 | principal agent in producing the inward sacramental effect. Now ~ 182 3, 64 | is He ~that produces the inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: 183 3, 64 | Christ, as man, ~produces the inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: 184 3, 64 | principal agent in causing the inward effect is that ~in virtue 185 3, 64 | Christ, as man, produces the ~inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: 186 3, 64 | Therefore Christ ~produces the inward sacramental effect, not 187 3, 64 | that, Christ produces the inward sacramental effect, both 188 3, 64 | operation conduces to the ~inward sacramental effects meritoriously 189 3, 64 | although he believe that no inward ~effect is caused by the 190 3, 66 | the sign, namely, of ~the inward effect: for such is the 191 3, 66 | sacramental sign ~of the inward justification: and this 192 3, 66 | reality only - i.e. the inward ~justification - remain: 193 3, 66 | but as to that which is inward. ~Hence he sets down two 194 3, 66 | whereby to signify the inward washing away of sins. ~Now 195 3, 66 | Christ's sake, and the inward operation of the Holy Ghost, 196 3, 68 | prepares himself for the inward cleansing: while this cannot 197 3, 68 | enough that the baptized make inward confession to ~God, and 198 3, 68 | as stated above: but the inward virtue of ~Penance is required.~ 199 3, 84 | sacrament ~is the sinner's inward repentance; while that which 200 Suppl, 5 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as inward joy redounds into the outward 201 Suppl, 9 | in order to signify the inward washing, we employ that ~ 202 Suppl, 11| priest, is a sign of the inward submission, ~whereby one 203 Suppl, 18| co-operate with Him in the ~inward cleansing. Now if he remitted 204 Suppl, 18| co-operate with God in the inward cleansing. Therefore the 205 Suppl, 30| this sacrament causes ~an inward healing by means of an outward 206 Suppl, 30| character, but a certain inward devotion which is a kind 207 Suppl, 34| a kind of sign, and the inward effect, ~"whereby spiritual 208 Suppl, 34| stands here, not for the inward character, but for the ~ 209 Suppl, 34| is the sign and cause of inward power; and this is ~also 210 Suppl, 34| however, it be ~taken for the inward character, the definition 211 Suppl, 34| Wherefore it follows that inward character itself is essentially ~ 212 Suppl, 34| principal effect, but the inward cleansing; ~wherefore Baptism 213 Suppl, 37| signifies that he dispels inward darkness; and that the exorcist 214 Suppl, 40| outwardly are signs of inward power. Now the archbishop 215 Suppl, 45| of the present, without ~inward consent, makes a true marriage 216 Suppl, 45| it; thus in Baptism the ~inward spiritual cleansing is effected 217 Suppl, 45| Whether, in the absence of inward consent, a marriage is made 218 Suppl, 45| that even in the absence of inward consent a ~marriage is made 219 Suppl, 45| words is not enough, and inward consent is required in ~ 220 Suppl, 45| expression of words without ~inward consent makes no marriage.~ 221 Suppl, 46| expressive of the future, if inward consent is lacking, since ~ 222 Suppl, 47| presumes that there was no inward consent on account ~of the 223 Suppl, 63| is the expression of the inward consent by words of ~the 224 Suppl, 65| by God alone through an inward inspiration, vouchsafed ~ 225 Suppl, 71| suffrages regards more a certain inward consolation by ~reason of 226 Suppl, 92| 5: In spiritual marriage inward comeliness is required, ~


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