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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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possess

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1 1, 10 | eternity, inasmuch as they ~possess unchangeableness either 2 1, 12 | forasmuch as it does not possess the ~excellence which is 3 1, 12 | we always enjoy ~what we possess; either because we find 4 1, 12 | quell it. But the blessed possess these three things in God; 5 1, 12 | Him, and in seeing Him, possess Him as present, having the 6 1, 13 | metaphorically, forasmuch as he may possess something of the properties ~ 7 1, 14 | beings in that the latter possess only their own form; ~whereas 8 1, 17 | even as a man may fail to possess two feet, but not fail to 9 1, 18 | such things as manifestly possess life. Now life ~manifestly 10 1, 18 | movement they are seen to possess makes them ~look as if they 11 1, 19 | not possessed to seek to possess it, both of which ~pertain 12 1, 19 | seeking what it does ~not possess; but also the loving and 13 1, 19 | delighting in what it does ~possess. In this respect will is 14 1, 21 | created ~thing that it should possess what is ordered to it; thus 15 1, 21 | for ~instance, that to possess hands is due to man on account 16 1, 22 | the ~intellect which they possess, but in reference to all 17 1, 24 | predestined are chosen by God to possess eternal life. This ~conscription, 18 1, 24 | that anyone is chosen to ~possess the power of sense, or any 19 1, 24 | those who are ordained to possess eternal life through ~divine 20 1, 26 | namely, to be perfect, and to possess intelligence. Whence beatitude ~ 21 1, 36 | my faith, that I may ever possess the Father - namely ~Thyself: 22 1, 36 | in two ~"supposita" that possess one common nature. But if 23 1, 38 | another. But we are said to possess what we ~can freely use 24 1, 38 | rational creature alone ~can possess the divine person. Nevertheless 25 1, 38 | Nevertheless in order that it may possess ~Him in this manner, its 26 1, 39 | regarding those who are to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, 27 1, 42 | Therefore the Son does not possess all the ~Father's dignity; 28 1, 43 | 3~Again, we are said to possess only what we can freely 29 1, 43 | grace disposes the soul to possess the divine ~person; and 30 1, 51 | vital functions, did not possess these functions. Therefore 31 1, 60 | themselves; because they ~possess free-will, as was shown 32 1, 60 | does not simultaneously possess all things capable ~of being 33 1, 61 | truth. But they ~did not possess this nature from eternity; 34 1, 62 | do not of their nature possess the ~excellence they have." 35 1, 62 | require grace in order to possess ~everlasting life. But this 36 1, 62 | seem that the angel did not possess beatitude instantly ~after 37 1, 64 | demons. Although they do not possess ~the purity which comes 38 1, 66 | as it does not actually possess the latter, it ~has both 39 1, 66 | nature incorruptible, should possess the same ~matter.~Aquin.: 40 1, 73 | wanting that it ought to possess. But many things ~were made 41 1, 38 | another. But we are said to possess what we ~can freely use 42 1, 38 | rational creature alone ~can possess the divine person. Nevertheless 43 1, 38 | Nevertheless in order that it may possess ~Him in this manner, its 44 1, 39 | regarding those who are to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, 45 1, 42 | Therefore the Son does not possess all the ~Father's dignity; 46 1, 43 | 3~Again, we are said to possess only what we can freely 47 1, 43 | grace disposes the soul to possess the divine ~person; and 48 1, 52 | vital functions, did not possess these functions. Therefore 49 1, 61 | themselves; because they ~possess free-will, as was shown 50 1, 61 | does not simultaneously possess all things capable ~of being 51 1, 62 | truth. But they ~did not possess this nature from eternity; 52 1, 63 | do not of their nature possess the ~excellence they have." 53 1, 63 | require grace in order to possess ~everlasting life. But this 54 1, 63 | seem that the angel did not possess beatitude instantly ~after 55 1, 65 | demons. Although they do not possess ~the purity which comes 56 1, 67 | as it does not actually possess the latter, it ~has both 57 1, 67 | nature incorruptible, should possess the same ~matter.~Aquin.: 58 1, 72 | wanting that it ought to possess. But many things ~were made 59 1, 78 | according to their ~nature, possess perfect knowledge of intelligible 60 1, 83 | considering a thing of which we ~possess the truth; and God, as Dionysius 61 1, 88 | things, for it does not then possess organs of sense and imagination ~ 62 1, 88 | inferior intellectual natures possess a greater number of species, ~ 63 1, 88 | possible for human souls to possess perfect and proper knowledge, 64 1, 88 | Further, separated souls will possess knowledge by influence of ~ 65 1, 90 | inferior way. For ~he does not possess a natural knowledge of all 66 1, 91 | Some living things do not possess in themselves the power 67 1, 91 | and not from seed: others possess the active and passive ~ 68 1, 92 | rational creature may happen to possess, we ~find the likeness of 69 1, 92 | from the knowledge which we possess, by actual ~thought we form 70 1, 93 | regarding the angels than we possess, because his knowledge of ~ 71 1, 94 | Augustine] ~that "Adam did not possess the Holy Ghost." But whoever 72 1, 94 | Ghost; but "he did not possess the Holy Ghost, as the faithful 73 1, 94 | Holy Ghost, as the faithful possess ~Him now," who are admitted 74 1, 94 | that man should in a sense possess every virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 75 1, 94 | which sense Adam did not ~possess perseverance.~Aquin.: SMT 76 1, 94 | who say that he did not ~possess grace; even as now there 77 1, 102 | especially those which possess no kind of knowledge. So 78 1, 105 | another. For the ~angels possess now the same beatitude which 79 1, 107 | lowest ~order of angels possess no excellence above the 80 1, 109 | preside over the inferior ~possess a more universal knowledge. 81 1, 109 | must assert that the angels possess an immediate presidency ~ 82 2, 2 | despised: because the more we ~possess it, the more we know it. 83 2, 2 | case: for when we already possess them, we despise them, and 84 2, 2 | their insufficiency when we possess them: ~and this very fact 85 2, 2 | that thing, which does not possess the ~whole perfection of 86 2, 4 | desirer, since it ~does not possess that good in every way that 87 2, 4 | way that it would wish to possess it. ~Consequently, after 88 2, 4 | ye blessed of My ~Father, possess you the kingdom." Therefore 89 2, 4 | in these things, we shall possess ~it all in the Supreme Fount 90 2, 5 | some by ~several." Now to possess the perfect good without 91 2, 16 | in so far as he seeks to possess it, he ~is said to use it.~ 92 2, 27 | himself, or would like to possess. Therefore ~likeness is 93 2, 28 | the beloved; but seeks to possess the beloved perfectly, by 94 2, 28 | and an intense desire to possess the ~beloved, which is signified 95 2, 33 | one has, one desires to possess the remainder: thus if a ~ 96 2, 33 | in itself, yet does ~not possess it perfectly, but obtains 97 2, 42 | to lose what we love and ~possess, or not to obtain that which 98 2, 43 | of what we love, when we ~possess it, or the failure to obtain 99 2, 57 | or habit. For if a ~man possess a habit of speculative science, 100 2, 61 | thirdly, ~that he should possess the habit and act with firmness 101 2, 62 | but ~which he hopes to possess.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] A[ 102 2, 67 | 2). ~Therefore when we possess that which we hope for, 103 2, 67 | unerring ~cause we already possess, is not compared to us as 104 2, 68 | Ghost, none of which can one possess without charity.~Aquin.: 105 2, 69 | life. Now one is said to possess the end already, ~when one 106 2, 69 | already, ~when one hopes to possess it; wherefore the Philosopher 107 2, 69 | descending order, since to "possess the land" is less ~than 108 2, 69 | the land" is less ~than to possess "the kingdom of heaven." 109 2, 69 | order. For it is ~more to possess the land of the heavenly 110 2, 69 | kingdom than to have and possess ~it, for there are many 111 2, 78 | spiritual good, in order to possess a temporal good: ~wherefore 112 2, 94 | principles the habit of which we possess.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 113 2, 100 | man can dispose himself to possess charity, and when he possesses ~ 114 2, 102 | precious garments, and to possess vaster and more beautiful ~ 115 2, 105 | exercised ~over the things they possess: and consequently their 116 2, 106 | state wherein man is to possess the grace of the Holy Ghost ~ 117 2, 108 | gathered from Mt. 10:9: "Do not possess gold, nor ~silver, nor money 118 2, 109 | Now man cannot of himself possess ~charity, since the "charity 119 2, 111 | required: ~first, a man must possess the fullness of knowledge 120 2, 112 | accidentally, and ~hence man may possess it more or less.~Aquin.: 121 2, 114 | in the ~grace we already possess. But a man may merit an 122 2, 1 | which vision the angels possess already; so that what we ~ 123 2, 1 | Godhead, to see ~which is to possess happiness; and the mystery 124 2, 4 | because to see the truth is to possess it. Now one hopes not ~for 125 2, 4 | well, unless the sawyer possess the art, and the saw be ~ 126 2, 5 | man before sin, did not ~possess the happiness whereby God 127 2, 5 | Now the angels did ~not possess this contemplation before 128 2, 5 | conclusions. Now a man may possess ~the science of geometry 129 2, 12 | which ~he did not already possess in this life. Now many will 130 2, 18 | charity, although they do not possess the perfection of filial 131 2, 18 | our weakness, we fall, and possess ourselves in the ~tranquillity 132 2, 24 | properly speaking, to ~possess good, this being proper 133 2, 25 | yet our neighbor does not possess God's goodness equally with 134 2, 64 | it is natural to man to possess external things?~(2) Whether 135 2, 64 | it is lawful for a man to possess something as his own?~(3) 136 2, 64 | it is natural for man to possess external things?~Aquin.: 137 2, 64 | is not natural for man to possess external ~things. For no 138 2, 64 | is not natural for man to possess ~external things.~Aquin.: 139 2, 64 | man does not ~naturally possess external things.~Aquin.: 140 2, 64 | it is lawful for a man to possess a thing as his own?~Aquin.: 141 2, 64 | seem unlawful for a man to possess a thing as his own. ~For 142 2, 64 | persons who are ~married or possess anything of their own, such 143 2, 64 | is unlawful for a man to possess ~property.~Aquin.: SMT SS 144 2, 64 | it is lawful for man to possess property. Moreover this 145 2, 64 | this respect man ought to possess external things, not ~as 146 2, 64 | your own, for you do ~not possess them justly, and according 147 2, 64 | Reply OBJ 2: Unbelievers possess their goods unjustly in 148 2, 74 | nor extortioners shall possess the ~kingdom of God." Therefore 149 2, 81 | idolaters, etc., shall ~possess the kingdom of God"; and 150 2, 84 | oblation of whatever we possess lawfully.~Aquin.: SMT SS 151 2, 85 | same church, because to ~possess a thing as one's private 152 2, 95 | may I know that I shall possess it?" namely, the ~land which 153 2, 98 | is worth as much as you ~possess." Therefore simony does 154 2, 111 | he ~perceives himself to possess: this pertains to irony, 155 2, 111 | that he was unwilling to possess ~clothes that were either 156 2, 122 | their kindred and all they ~possess, and even to suffer bodily 157 2, 127 | greater honor to those who possess goods of ~fortune. Likewise 158 2, 132 | But the ~poor are able to possess all the virtues, since " 159 2, 134 | your patience you shall possess your souls." Therefore ~ 160 2, 134 | wherefore man is ~said to possess his soul by patience, in 161 2, 150 | it were good for him to ~possess), for the sake of his body' 162 2, 150 | will and all that they may possess - than ~virgins who renounce 163 2, 183 | seem unlawful for them to possess anything ~as their own.~ 164 2, 183 | commanded the apostles to ~possess nothing of their own, according 165 2, 183 | according to Mt. 10:9, "Do not possess ~gold, nor silver, nor money 166 2, 183 | keep this command, and to possess nothing of their own.~Aquin.: 167 2, 183 | mystically, that we should possess neither gold nor silver 168 2, 183 | nor clerics ought thus to possess means of their own, ~that 169 2, 183 | goods which ~bishops may possess, and of ecclesiastical goods. 170 2, 183 | clxxxv ad Bonif.): "If we possess ~privately what is enough 171 2, 184 | and the property ~they possess." Now the perfection of 172 2, 184 | considered that he could not possess both gold and virtue at ~ 173 2, 184 | needy with the things they possess, by their good deeds offer ~ 174 2, 184 | are bidden to eat, you may possess as much as you receive, 175 2, 185 | Lk. 12:33, "Sell what you possess," says: ~"Not only give 176 2, 185 | poor, but sell what you possess, that ~having once for all 177 2, 186 | Christian life. Now those who possess something in common ~do 178 2, 186 | perfection that one should possess wealth ~of one's own. Therefore 179 2, 186 | religious perfection to ~possess anything in common.~Aquin.: 180 2, 186 | religious perfection to possess anything in common.~Aquin.: 181 2, 186 | said (Mt. 10:9,10): "Do not possess gold, nor silver, nor ~money 182 2, 186 | religious perfection to possess anything in private. But 183 2, 186 | same to ~have money and to possess other things necessary for 184 2, 186 | are bidden to eat, you may possess ~so much as you receive, 185 3, 4 | as regards sin, and to possess the highest innocence, it 186 3, 5 | shall not ~[Vulg.: 'cannot'] possess the kingdom of God." But 187 3, 7 | things as He did not yet possess, although He ~had not faith 188 3, 7 | He did not as yet fully possess all that pertained to His 189 3, 9 | perfectly. Now ~Christ did not possess acquired knowledge most 190 3, 9 | more fitting for Christ ~to possess a knowledge acquired by 191 3, 16 | know future things and to possess saving power. ~Therefore 192 3, 19 | But of whatever good we possess the first cause by ~authority 193 3, 40 | them (Mt. 10:9): "Do not possess gold nor ~silver." And the 194 3, 40 | common fund, but ~not to possess wealth, without their duty 195 3, 48 | preceding ~merits did not possess, not on account of greater 196 3, 54 | seems that Christ did not possess a true body ~after His Resurrection.~ 197 3, 54 | Flesh and blood can ~not possess the kingdom of God." But 198 3, 54 | its ~corruption, will not possess it; hence it is straightway 199 3, 54 | Neither shall corruption possess incorruption."~Aquin.: SMT 200 3, 57 | in ~a state of perfection possess their good without movement." 201 3, 58 | with the Father, and to possess beatitude and judiciary 202 3, 58 | be in beatitude, but to ~possess beatitude with a kind of 203 3, 59 | Therefore, much more does Christ possess judiciary power over the 204 3, 60 | through any power that they possess naturally, but ~only in 205 3, 72 | reserved to bishops, who possess supreme power in ~the Church: 206 3, 73 | suppose that children cannot possess life, who are deprived of ~ 207 3, 79 | grace; ~nor does anyone possess grace before receiving this 208 3, 80 | way men are said not to possess fully the use of reason. ~ 209 Suppl, 17| so as to have a right to possess it, and thus whoever is 210 Suppl, 36| wherefore they ought to possess knowledge of the law, not ~ 211 Suppl, 40| portion of those who ~so possess the things of the world 212 Suppl, 61| gift he has not ~longed to possess (cap. Institutum, caus. 213 Suppl, 72| neither shall corruption possess incorruption," and all the ~ 214 Suppl, 77| Flesh and blood cannot possess the ~kingdom of God." Now 215 Suppl, 77| in the blessed, who will possess the kingdom of God, and 216 Suppl, 77| Neither shall corruption ~possess incorruption."~Aquin.: SMT 217 Suppl, 86| wisdom; secondly that one possess Divine ~justice by way of 218 Suppl, 89| just as their desire to ~possess all good things will be 219 Suppl, 89| and by ~possessing Him we possess all goods as it were, so 220 Suppl, 91| saints, because since they possess the glory of ~God within 221 Suppl, 93| which, however, they all possess," as Gregory says (Hom. 222 Suppl, 96| The unjust shall not ~possess the kingdom of God." Now 223 Suppl, 96| adulterers," etc. "shall possess the kingdom of God." Yet 224 Appen1, 1| lost what he was able to possess. But children were never 225 Appen1, 1| children were never adapted ~to possess eternal life, since neither


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