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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conditions

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1 1, 13 | composition and like corporeal conditions. Therefore all these names 2 1, 13 | literally imply ~corporeal conditions not in the thing signified, 3 1, 14 | abstracted from material conditions. But in God ~things are 4 1, 14 | its ~being has no material conditions like the images received 5 1, 18 | displaced from their natural ~conditions, and are out of their proper 6 1, 32 | but simply remove created ~conditions from God, can be predicated 7 1, 39 | For beauty includes three conditions, ~"integrity" or "perfection," 8 1, 43 | are to be found these two ~conditions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 9 1, 44 | intellect from the ~particular conditions; but it is not necessary 10 1, 55 | but not without material conditions, stands ~midway between 11 1, 55 | matter and from ~material conditions. Consequently, however powerful 12 1, 57 | likewise in their individual conditions, in so far ~as they are 13 1, 57 | abstraction from ~material conditions the thing abstracted becomes 14 1, 57 | way, as to its ~special conditions. Thus not all the angels 15 1, 58 | according to the natural conditions of the ~same. Nor are they 16 1, 75 | existence, except under the ~conditions of "here" and "now," whereas 17 1, 76 | abstracted from material ~conditions - its likeness to the nature 18 1, 76 | be abstracted from the ~conditions of individual matter, there 19 1, 76 | observing that in matter two conditions ~are to be found; one which 20 1, 77 | of the action; and those conditions ~which are intrinsic to 21 1, 39 | For beauty includes three conditions, ~"integrity" or "perfection," 22 1, 43 | are to be found these two ~conditions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 23 1, 45 | intellect from the ~particular conditions; but it is not necessary 24 1, 56 | but not without material conditions, stands ~midway between 25 1, 56 | matter and from ~material conditions. Consequently, however powerful 26 1, 58 | likewise in their individual conditions, in so far ~as they are 27 1, 58 | abstraction from ~material conditions the thing abstracted becomes 28 1, 58 | way, as to its ~special conditions. Thus not all the angels 29 1, 59 | according to the natural conditions of the ~same. Nor are they 30 1, 74 | existence, except under the ~conditions of "here" and "now," whereas 31 1, 75 | abstracted from material ~conditions - its likeness to the nature 32 1, 75 | be abstracted from the ~conditions of individual matter, there 33 1, 75 | observing that in matter two conditions ~are to be found; one which 34 1, 76 | of the action; and those conditions ~which are intrinsic to 35 1, 78 | the species from material conditions. And such is the ~necessity 36 1, 78 | forms from their particular conditions, which is to make them actually ~ 37 1, 78 | by abstraction from the conditions of individual matter: ~which 38 1, 78 | involves knowledge under the conditions of "here" and "now." But 39 1, 78 | received according to the conditions of the recipient. ~But the 40 1, 83 | is in the intellect under conditions of ~universality, immateriality, 41 1, 83 | existence under the same conditions of immateriality and immobility.~ 42 1, 83 | own mode, receives under conditions of immateriality and ~immobility, 43 1, 83 | unmoved. Moreover the ~various conditions of mutable things are themselves 44 1, 83 | from the ~individuating conditions of matter, has more perfect 45 1, 83 | but subject to material conditions. Moreover, among the senses, 46 1, 84 | represents, as to its specific conditions only, the thing reflected 47 1, 84 | are able to disregard the conditions of individuality, and ~to 48 1, 84 | be apprehended without conditions of individuality, that is, 49 1, 84 | also from other ~individual conditions. Therefore the intellect 50 1, 85 | and from other material conditions. Therefore, as it is proper 51 1, 87 | abstracting them from material conditions, it is clear that those ~ 52 1, 90 | for it is clear that more conditions are ~required to produce 53 1, 90 | of the matter, from the conditions required in the body, in 54 1, 92 | nature; but not in those conditions subsequent to general notions 55 1, 101 | nature. In paradise both conditions were found; ~because, as 56 1, 101 | By the first of these two conditions, it ~is a fitting abode 57 1, 107 | distinguished according to the conditions of ~nature and according 58 1, 113 | OBJ 2: In order that the conditions of the fight be not unequal, ~ 59 1, 114 | distance ~and as to other conditions, in order to produce its 60 2, 6 | which is ~feared. For the conditions of a voluntary act are satisfied, 61 2, 7 | contrary, The particular conditions of any singular thing are ~ 62 2, 7 | i.e. the ~particular conditions of each act. Therefore the 63 2, 7 | Accordingly, whatever ~conditions are outside the substance 64 2, 7 | to the act; while other conditions of the ~person have not 65 2, 10 | in accordance with their conditions; so ~that from necessary 66 2, 14 | necessary to take several conditions or circumstances into consideration, ~ 67 2, 18 | in respect to the moral conditions that are added to it, can ~ 68 2, 20 | of alms, if the required conditions be ~observed, is said to 69 2, 30 | memory. For these particular conditions diversify ~the species of 70 2, 40 | of hope, we may note four conditions. First, that it is ~something 71 2, 40 | gathered from the three conditions of the good which is the 72 2, 49 | to something else, three ~conditions are necessary. The first 73 2, 56 | powers ~follows the generic conditions of the objects, while diversity 74 2, 56 | habits ~follows the specific conditions thereof: and so wherever 75 2, 56 | called: but one of the ~conditions required for prudence is 76 2, 61 | 4) that the necessary ~conditions of virtue are first of all " 77 2, 61 | signifying certain ~general conditions of the human mind, to be 78 2, 61 | to denote certain general conditions of virtue, or in the sense 79 2, 61 | OBJ 3: These four general conditions of virtue set down by the ~ 80 2, 74 | but it is enough, for the conditions of a voluntary ~sin, that 81 2, 75 | act of the will, given the conditions ~we have just mentioned, 82 2, 88 | not ~completely fulfil the conditions of a moral act, since it 83 2, 91 | provided the other essential conditions of ~law be observed, as 84 2, 91 | connection with the three conditions pertaining to law, as stated 85 2, 93 | law, provided the other conditions be ~present which we have 86 2, 94 | is owing ~to the various conditions of men, that certain acts 87 2, 94 | the greater the number of ~conditions added, the greater the number 88 2, 95 | quality of law in three conditions, saying that "law is ~anything 89 2, 95 | needless to ~add any further conditions to these.~Aquin.: SMT FS 90 2, 95 | measure. Now both these conditions are verified of human law: 91 2, 95 | lays down, at first, three ~conditions; viz. that it "foster religion," 92 2, 95 | Para. 2/3~All the other conditions mentioned by him are reduced 93 2, 97 | stated to be one of the conditions of law. For it ~is not easy 94 2, 97 | introduced may be of two ~conditions. For if they are free, and 95 2, 99 | persuasion are adapted to the conditions of the pupil: wherefore ~ 96 2, 102 | 13:1). Now there are two conditions required for ~things to 97 2, 102 | in regard to ~particular conditions, which depend on the judgment 98 2, 104 | precepts. Hence there are two ~conditions attached to the judicial 99 2, 111 | nature should ~have certain conditions or properties, and that 100 2, 112 | He instituted the various conditions of things, ~that the universe 101 2, 2 | that God exists under the conditions that faith determines; hence 102 2, 4 | imperfect, ~does not satisfy the conditions of a perfect virtue, for " 103 2, 8 | does not fulfil all the conditions of a gift, ~unless the mind 104 2, 9 | according ~to the various conditions of each nature. Because 105 2, 10 | corruption of the various conditions required for that ~virtue. 106 2, 10 | according to the various conditions of persons, circumstances 107 2, 29 | with regard to such other conditions as a ~prudent man would 108 2, 30 | had." Nevertheless those conditions must be observed which were 109 2, 30 | on account of the various conditions of ~men, some of whom are 110 2, 43 | persuaded." These two are conditions required that ~man may be 111 2, 46 | requires to have ~three conditions. First, to order that which 112 2, 51 | same applies to the other conditions which require ~consideration 113 2, 56 | it does not satisfy the conditions of justice that one wish ~ 114 2, 56 | wherefore justice ~satisfies the conditions of a moral virtue.~Aquin.: 115 2, 58 | 1], ad 1,3) that three ~conditions are requisite for a judgment 116 2, 59 | in accordance with the ~conditions of commutative justice, 117 2, 59 | according to the respective ~conditions of those persons.~Aquin.: 118 2, 61 | of person, wherefore such conditions ought to be ~considered 119 2, 75 | due consideration for the conditions of ~place and time. Hence 120 2, 76 | the contrary, Among other conditions requisite in a just man 121 2, 81 | be heard. Now one of the ~conditions required for prayer that 122 2, 81 | Hence it is that four conditions are laid down; namely, to ~ 123 2, 81 | however he fulfil the four conditions given above, namely, that 124 2, 81 | 3 ~I answer that, Three conditions are requisite for prayer. 125 2, 86 | promise he has made, other ~conditions are requisite. And although 126 2, 86 | Q[86], A[3]). Hence the conditions necessary for a vow are 127 2, 87 | What are the accompanying conditions of an oath?~(4) Of what 128 2, 87 | Whether three accompanying conditions of an oath are suitably 129 2, 87 | unsuitably ~assigned as the conditions accompanying an oath. Things 130 2, 87 | Therefore the three accompanying conditions ~of an oath are unsuitably 131 2, 87 | Therefore the accompanying conditions of an oath are ~insufficiently 132 2, 87 | be accompanied by ~these conditions, truth, judgment and justice."~ 133 2, 87 | good use of it. Now two conditions are required for the ~good 134 2, 87 | Devotion, faith and like conditions requisite for the right ~ 135 2, 87 | confirmed by ~oath. Hence these conditions are more requisite for an 136 2, 87 | the other two accompanying conditions be present, namely, judgment 137 2, 87 | it to ~have the requisite conditions, namely, that the damsel 138 2, 87 | Scriptures." Now men of all conditions and at all times are wont 139 2, 95 | usefulness, and other requisite conditions. For thus did ~the apostles 140 2, 96 | each of these cases the ~conditions required for perjury are 141 2, 116 | thing is furnished with ~the conditions of happiness, the more desirable 142 2, 116 | it is. Also one of the ~conditions of happiness is that it 143 2, 121 | common. And among other conditions of ~virtue in general one 144 2, 127 | disposed to magnanimity these ~conditions are found naturally.~Aquin.: 145 2, 127 | though it may denote the conditions of a virtue. For ~this reason 146 2, 139 | temperance which fulfils the conditions of perfect ~virtue is not 147 2, 141 | parts of a virtue are the conditions the concurrence of which ~ 148 2, 142 | although it is one of the conditions included in virtue's ~definition: 149 2, 145 | health and such external conditions as are necessary for the 150 2, 146 | through having one of the conditions of happiness which is ~desirable 151 2, 152 | act of marriage: for the conditions of rape ~remain no matter 152 2, 152 | s own may be of various conditions, ~namely either a virgin, 153 2, 152 | sin, according to various conditions affecting the woman with 154 2, 152 | correspond to the various conditions of women.~Aquin.: SMT SS 155 2, 152 | according to the ~various conditions of women with whom a man 156 2, 154 | passions - the essential conditions of continence or ~incontinence 157 2, 159 | according to the various conditions of men.~ 158 2, 160 | that pride fulfils the ~conditions of a first thing, and is " 159 2, 169 | that pertain to ~men of all conditions and estates, we must now 160 2, 175 | according to their various conditions. Hence women, if ~they have 161 2, 182 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As the conditions of the present life do not 162 2, 182 | solemnity. Now both these conditions are ~competent to religious 163 2, 184 | one can as required by the conditions of one's ~state of life: 164 2, 187 | they have been ~taught the conditions of righteousness [*Cf. Mt. 165 3, 11 | Especially had He the conditions of a wayfarer on the part 166 3, 11 | which was passible; but the conditions of a comprehensor He had ~ 167 3, 36 | concerns all sorts and conditions of men: because, as it is 168 3, 36 | made known to men of all conditions. Because, as Augustine says 169 3, 57 | substances, if we weigh the conditions of its corporeal nature, ~ 170 3, 57 | s body according to the ~conditions of its corporeal nature, 171 3, 58 | humanity according to the conditions of His nature ~has not the 172 3, 59 | people." The first two are conditions for judging; but on the 173 3, 61 | to man by reason of the ~conditions of human nature, as stated 174 3, 62 | they ~perfectly fulfil the conditions of a sacrament; being ordained 175 3, 64 | glory, but not as to the conditions of their nature: and consequently ~ 176 3, 68 | baptizes: provided the other conditions are fulfilled which are 177 Suppl, 5 | it fulfills the requisite conditions. Therefore the least ~contrition 178 Suppl, 5 | it fulfill the necessary conditions.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[3] 179 Suppl, 9 | 4) Whether the sixteen conditions, which are assigned by the 180 Suppl, 9 | 1/1~Whether the sixteen conditions usually assigned are necessary 181 Suppl, 9 | It would seem that the conditions assigned by masters, and ~ 182 Suppl, 9 | should not be reckoned as conditions of confession.~Aquin.: SMT 183 Suppl, 9 | that, Some of the above conditions are essential to confession, ~ 184 Suppl, 9 | itself. Now there are four conditions of ~virtue in general, as 185 Suppl, 12| virtue completes in it the conditions essential to virtue, since ~ 186 Suppl, 21| does not fulfill all the ~conditions of excommunication but only 187 Suppl, 25| consideration all the ~aforesaid conditions, as, for example, when the 188 Suppl, 27| who does not fulfill the conditions for ~which the indulgence 189 Suppl, 27| confession are demanded ~as conditions for gaining all indulgences. 190 Suppl, 27| charity and satisfy the conditions for gaining the indulgences: ~ 191 Suppl, 27| who does not fulfill the ~conditions required?~Aquin.: SMT XP 192 Suppl, 27| not fulfill the required conditions. Because when a person is ~ 193 Suppl, 41| to the various states and conditions of men; ~although those 194 Suppl, 45| marriage, because these two conditions are essential to the ~sacrament; 195 Suppl, 49| goods are reckoned to be conditions of marriage. ~Therefore 196 Suppl, 50| marriage arise from the conditions of ~individuals. But such 197 Suppl, 50| individuals. But such like conditions are infinite in number. 198 Suppl, 50| ways, in so ~far as more conditions are required for them. And 199 Suppl, 50| imperfect thing ~requires more conditions, there will be more impediments 200 Suppl, 50| according to the various conditions of men, the Master (Sent. 201 Suppl, 50| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 9: The conditions of particular persons taken 202 Suppl, 50| arts, which ~consider the conditions of particular persons in 203 Suppl, 52| mother, but in material conditions ~should be like the mother 204 Suppl, 52| from its form, but material conditions from matter.~Aquin.: SMT 205 Suppl, 54| according to their various conditions. ~But carnal copulation 206 Suppl, 55| a betrothal has not the conditions of a perfect ~marriage, 207 Suppl, 63| from the parties having the conditions prescribed by law - and ~ 208 Suppl, 65| according to the various conditions of persons, times, and other ~ 209 Suppl, 68| that, Children are of four conditions. Some are natural and ~legitimate, 210 Suppl, 69| removed from all corporeal conditions. Therefore places ~should 211 Suppl, 70| from matter and material conditions. Wherefore ~Augustine's 212 Suppl, 72| such as to suffice for the conditions of ~natural movement. Therefore 213 Suppl, 76| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE CONDITIONS OF THOSE WHO RISE AGAIN, 214 Suppl, 76| place we must consider the conditions of those who rise ~again. 215 Suppl, 79| We must now consider the conditions under which the blessed 216 Suppl, 81| fitting place is one of the conditions pertaining ~to glory. Since 217 Suppl, 83| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH THE BODIES OF 218 Suppl, 83| We must next consider the conditions in which the bodies of the 219 Suppl, 92| praise has not the necessary conditions ~of a dowry.~Aquin.: SMT 220 Suppl, 92| by Boethius are certain ~conditions of beatitude, but not dispositions 221 Suppl, 92| be called dowries, ~but conditions of beatitude.~ 222 Suppl, 93| reference to the various conditions that ~obtain in material 223 Suppl, 93| according to the various conditions and ~dispositions of the 224 Suppl, 93| do not ~fulfill all the conditions of martyrdom, and yet are 225 Suppl, 94| fire is found under two conditions: in its own matter, ~as 226 Suppl, 94| the flame. Under whatever conditions ~however fire be found,


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