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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | genus is prior to what it contains. But ~nothing is prior to 2 1, 4 | one and shining uniformly, contains within itself first ~and 3 1, 8 | another as in ~that which contains them, nevertheless, spiritual 4 1, 8 | which they are; as the soul contains the body. Hence also God ~ 5 1, 11 | the idea of "multitude" contains division. Therefore "one" 6 1, 12 | is uncircumscribed, and contains in ~itself super-eminently 7 1, 12 | in Himself sufficiently contains and shows forth all ~things; 8 1, 12 | have by ~natural reason contains two things: images derived 9 1, 13 | comprehending all in itself, ~it contains existence itself as an infinite 10 1, 14 | the image of that which contains ~it; as when a part is seen 11 1, 14 | inasmuch as His essence contains the similitude of things 12 1, 14 | inasmuch as the ~essence of God contains their images as above explained; 13 1, 14 | another. And therefore as God contains all ~perfections in Himself, 14 1, 14 | therefore the essence of God contains in itself all the perfection ~ 15 1, 14 | that when the antecedent contains ~anything belonging to an 16 1, 19 | Being is undetermined, and contains in Himself the full perfection ~ 17 1, 24 | book of war, whether it contains the names inscribed of ~ 18 1, 28 | that in God "the substance ~contains the unity; and relation 19 1, 29 | forasmuch as ~His essence contains every perfection, this name " 20 1, 30 | the definition of "person" contains the word ~"incommunicable." 21 1, 30 | the definition of person contains the word "individual"; as 22 1, 33 | that which only ~partially contains it; for the latter bears 23 1, 34 | because the Word of God contains no less than ~does the knowledge 24 1, 38 | of a return - and it thus contains the idea of a ~gratuitous 25 1, 39 | one containing. Now, God contains things ~in two ways: in 26 1, 52 | incorporeal substance ~virtually contains the thing with which it 27 1, 68 | 4/6~But since this space contains two elements, namely, fire 28 1, 76 | De Anima i, 5), "what contains them?" - that is, what makes 29 1, 76 | of figures, one of which ~contains another; as a pentagon contains 30 1, 76 | contains another; as a pentagon contains and exceeds a tetragon. 31 1, 76 | Thus the ~intellectual soul contains virtually whatever belongs 32 1, 76 | the ~intellectual soul contains virtually what belongs to 33 1, 76 | the soul, as it virtually ~contains the sensitive and nutritive 34 1, 76 | perfect form virtually contains whatever belongs to the 35 1, 38 | of a return - and it thus contains the idea of a ~gratuitous 36 1, 39 | one containing. Now, God contains things ~in two ways: in 37 1, 53 | incorporeal substance ~virtually contains the thing with which it 38 1, 69 | 4/6~But since this space contains two elements, namely, fire 39 1, 75 | De Anima i, 5), "what contains them?" - that is, what makes 40 1, 75 | of figures, one of which ~contains another; as a pentagon contains 41 1, 75 | contains another; as a pentagon contains and exceeds a tetragon. 42 1, 75 | Thus the ~intellectual soul contains virtually whatever belongs 43 1, 75 | the ~intellectual soul contains virtually what belongs to 44 1, 75 | the soul, as it virtually ~contains the sensitive and nutritive 45 1, 75 | perfect form virtually contains whatever belongs to the 46 1, 84 | the universal whole, which contains parts potentially, but also 47 1, 84 | considering that the less common contains in its ~idea not only the 48 1, 84 | but also more; as "man" contains not only ~"animal" but also " 49 1, 84 | or a house. But a whole contains many parts. Therefore the ~ 50 1, 84 | the definition of a thing contains what is known ~previously, 51 1, 86 | from the Divine Truth which contains the types of ~all things 52 1, 86 | in its principle, which contains ~some notion of the thing 53 1, 95 | Man in a certain sense contains all things; and so ~according 54 1, 101 | Further, a place which contains nothing is useless. But 55 1, 102 | says (Div. Nom. xii): "God contains all and ~fills all by His 56 1, 117 | that the supervening form contains the perfection of ~the previous 57 2, 2 | abstracted from matter, and contains an infinite number of singulars. ~ 58 2, 23 | passion of "fear": but it also contains a reason for tending to 59 2, 30 | a sense, inasmuch as it contains ~potentially an infinite 60 2, 46 | Because just ~as a genus contains potentially many differences, 61 2, 46 | matter; so an efficient cause contains many effects according to 62 2, 50 | Para. 2/5~Now this opinion contains some truth, and some error. 63 2, 50 | immaterial images which ~it contains in itself."~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 62 | virtue. Now ~the Divine Law contains precepts about the acts 65 2, 62 | intellect, ~in so far as it contains the first universal principles 66 2, 63 | definition of ~infused virtue contains the words, "which God works 67 2, 65 | moral virtues: since the law contains precepts about all acts 68 2, 65 | xlvi de Temp.] that charity contains all ~the cardinal virtues.~ 69 2, 65 | find that ~whenever a thing contains a principle of certain works, 70 2, 67 | faith, of its very nature, contains an ~imperfection on the 71 2, 69 | which is eternal life, ~contains all good things. Therefore, 72 2, 70 | delightful, in as ~much as it contains certainty: hence a gloss 73 2, 71 | the definition is question contains no mention of ~aversion 74 2, 72 | these ~orders the second contains the first and surpasses 75 2, 80 | and the intellective part contains the intellect and the will. ~ 76 2, 88 | partially, as when a sin contains ~something diminishing its 77 2, 88 | ignorance itself ~is a sin, and contains within itself the lack of 78 2, 94 | Whether the natural law contains several precepts, or only 79 2, 94 | seem that the natural law contains, not several ~precepts, 80 2, 96 | ad 2), the notion ~of law contains two things: first, that 81 2, 97 | Moreover the natural law contains certain ~universal precepts, 82 2, 97 | everlasting: whereas human law contains ~certain particular precepts, 83 2, 97 | Natural law, so far as it contains general precepts, which ~ 84 2, 98 | of the precepts that it contains. Therefore the ~Old Law 85 2, 99 | 1) Whether the Old Law contains several precepts or only 86 2, 99 | 2) Whether the Old Law contains any moral precepts?~(3) 87 2, 99 | precepts?~(3) Whether it contains ceremonial precepts in addition 88 2, 99 | Whether besides these it contains judicial precepts?~(5) Whether 89 2, 99 | precepts?~(5) Whether it contains any others besides these?~( 90 2, 99 | 1/1~Whether the Old Law contains only one precept?~Aquin.: 91 2, 99 | would seem that the Old Law contains but one precept. Because ~ 92 2, 99 | one Old Law. Therefore it contains but one precept.~Aquin.: 93 2, 99 | the whole of the Old Law contains but one ~commandment.~Aquin.: 94 2, 99 | of a ~house: and yet it contains various rules, according 95 2, 99 | 1/1~Whether the Old Law contains moral precepts?~Aquin.: 96 2, 99 | would seem that the Old Law contains no moral precepts. For ~ 97 2, 99 | the Old Law given to man contains precepts about these matters 98 2, 99 | 1/1~Whether the Old Law contains any others besides the moral, 99 2, 99 | would seem that the Old Law contains others besides the moral, ~ 100 2, 99 | ceremonial precepts, the Law contains others ~which are called " 101 2, 100 | sacrifices. But the decalogue contains a precept about the ~Sabbath-day 102 2, 100 | just ~as the decalogue contains no ordinance as to man's 103 2, 100 | of the natural law which ~contains the very order of justice: 104 2, 100 | this sense the ~precept contains the very essence of justice. 105 2, 100 | The precept of charity contains the injunction that God ~ 106 2, 100 | Therefore, as the Law contains, besides ~the decalogue, 107 2, 101 | a ~people. Now a people contains two kinds of men: some, 108 2, 101 | Law, viz. the Eucharist, contains ~Christ Himself, the Author 109 2, 104 | observances." But the Law contains no allusion ~to a division 110 2, 105 | chief ruler." But the Law contains no ~precept relating to 111 2, 106 | Nevertheless the New Law contains certain things that dispose 112 2, 106 | the intellect, the ~Gospel contains certain matters pertaining 113 2, 106 | regard to the ~affections, it contains matters touching the contempt 114 2, 107 | whereas ~the New Testament contains spiritual and eternal promises": 115 2, 107 | even ~the New Testament contains temporal promises, according 116 2, 107 | incomplete; ~thus a genus contains its species, and a seed 117 2, 107 | its species, and a seed contains the whole tree, ~virtually. 118 2, 108 | just quoted, the ~sermon, contains the whole process of forming 119 2, 1 | universal Church. Therefore it contains nothing ~defective.~Aquin.: 120 2, 1 | obstinacy of heretics, one contains more ~explicitly what another 121 2, 1 | explicitly what another contains implicitly.~Aquin.: SMT 122 2, 4 | assent of faith, which ~contains virtually all things to 123 2, 4 | first thing in a genus ~contains the others virtually and 124 2, 5 | Further, just as faith contains many articles, so does one ~ 125 2, 10 | unity, although its matter contains many points of ~belief. 126 2, 12 | confession of faith, so that it contains the gravity of unbelief: 127 2, 15 | Now the New ~Testament contains explicit precepts of faith, 128 2, 15 | 2~Since, however, faith contains many things subordinate 129 2, 15 | another. Now the Old Law contains precepts ~about teaching - 130 2, 21 | opposed to fear. But the Law ~contains no prohibition against presumption. 131 2, 30 | about honoring our ~parents contains the promise, "that thou 132 2, 33 | malice" is a genus which contains all vices, and, in like 133 2, 42 | all ~men" - and Holy Writ contains precepts about each of the 134 2, 47 | the notion of ~foresight, contains rectitude of counsel, judgment 135 2, 51 | is a general sin. For it contains various species in three ~ 136 2, 54 | the teaching of the Gospel contains the Law especially ~with 137 2, 54 | teaching of the ~Gospel contains a precept of prudence (Mt. 138 2, 55 | considered absolutely, it contains no reason why it should 139 2, 58 | whereas the written law both contains positive ~right, and establishes 140 2, 58 | Hence if the written law contains anything ~contrary to the 141 2, 62 | innocent man, if the ~sentence contains an inexcusable error, he 142 2, 68 | assertion of sever witnesses contains the ~truth rather than the 143 2, 77 | OBJ 3: Further, no species contains all the parts into which 144 2, 78 | OBJ 4: This enumeration contains some belonging to true justice. ~ 145 2, 81 | learning." Now Holy Writ contains many imprecations against 146 2, 83 | On the contrary, The law contains special precepts about sacrifices, 147 2, 85 | Old Law. ~Now the Old Law contains no precept about personal 148 2, 87 | His word that Holy Writ contains. Therefore, if to swear 149 2, 91 | 23. Hence a worship that contains ~falsehood, is inconsistent 150 2, 93 | things: wherefore the New Law contains no institution for ~the 151 2, 93 | divination by the stars ~contains nothing of the kind, but 152 2, 97 | formally; although ~his act contains various kinds of sin materially.~ 153 2, 97 | of the Eucharist, for it contains Christ Himself. Wherefore 154 2, 101 | from latria?~(4) Whether it contains several species?~Aquin.: 155 2, 103 | The ~disobedience that contains contempt of a man's precept 156 2, 108 | voluntary and ~moral act, it contains falseness essentially and 157 2, 111 | speak low. Therefore it contains a manifold ~wickedness.~ 158 2, 115 | Offic. i) that "the Gospel contains ~many instances in which 159 2, 116 | all sensible things, it ~contains, in a way, all things virtually. 160 2, 120 | OBJ 3: Further, the Law contains chiefly precepts about acts 161 2, 122 | Since, however, Scripture contains no proof ~of this, it is 162 2, 138 | Old Law. Yet the ~Old Law contains precepts of fortitude (Dt. 163 2, 138 | stands Holy Writ which contains these precepts.~Aquin.: 164 2, 138 | wherefore the Divine Law contains precepts ~both of fortitude 165 2, 138 | Wherefore the Divine Law contains precepts not only about 166 2, 151 | question is a sin, but that it contains ~something penal resulting 167 2, 153 | curbing, ~in so far as a man contains himself from following his 168 2, 159 | absolutely; such a thing contains no defect, neither in its 169 2, 168 | Wherefore the decalogue ~contains those precepts which tend 170 2, 168 | this respect the decalogue contains ~precepts that relate to 171 2, 169 | Moreover his prophecy ~contains matters referring to natural 172 2, 169 | His hand," etc. ~It also contains matters relating to human 173 2, 169 | etc.; and besides this it contains ~things pertaining to future 174 2, 170 | instruct their prophets, ~contains some truths whereby it is 175 3, 9 | since the personal union contains two natures, it would seem 176 3, 16 | pertains ~to the human nature contains a kind of defect, as to 177 3, 53 | as a ~natural day which contains twenty-four hours. And as 178 3, 62 | through its being sanctified, contains an invisible grace."~Aquin.: 179 3, 62 | perfectly in something, it ~contains it and is not contained 180 3, 63 | third species of quality contains only sensible ~passions 181 3, 63 | Eccl. Hier. iii). But it contains within itself Christ, ~in 182 3, 65 | First of all because it contains Christ Himself substantially: 183 3, 66 | themselves formed from water, and contains a minimum of the ~liquid 184 3, 68 | suffer martyrdom, which contains all the ~sacramental virtue 185 3, 68 | stated ~that martyrdom "contains all the sacramental virtue 186 3, 70 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Baptism contains in itself the perfection 187 3, 70 | Q[81], A[5]. But Baptism contains the power of ~Christ, Who 188 3, 73 | is so termed because it contains something ~sacred. Now a 189 3, 73 | that whereas the ~Eucharist contains something which is sacred 190 3, 73 | body; the baptismal water contains something which is sacred 191 3, 73 | 23); or because it really contains Christ, ~Who is "full of 192 3, 73 | a "Host" inasmuch as ~it contains Christ, Who is "a host ( 193 3, 75 | therefore this sacrament which contains Christ Himself, as Dionysius ~ 194 3, 80 | greatest gifts, since it ~contains Christ. But according to 195 3, 82 | That most holy rite, which contains the Catholic ~discipline, 196 3, 82 | being consecrated by them contains ~Christ's true body and 197 3, 83 | Para. 2/12~The second part contains a reference to our present 198 3, 83 | Para. 4/12~The fourth part contains the prayer which the priest 199 3, 86 | for this is the sin which contains all others": but it stands ~ 200 3, 88 | Q[86], A[4]), mortal sin contains two ~things, aversion from 201 3, 88 | subsequent sinful act virtually contains the ~debt of punishment 202 3, 90 | the foundation, in a way, contains virtually the ~whole building. 203 Suppl, 17| its act, its definition contains a reference to jurisdiction.~ 204 Suppl, 30| Further, every sacrament contains something that is a reality ~ 205 Suppl, 34| which both signifies and ~contains the divine power through 206 Suppl, 34| account of the power it contains; but it is not so ~in the 207 Suppl, 37| New Testament, since it contains no instruction about this ~ 208 Suppl, 48| marriage consent, ~because it contains something against the essence 209 Suppl, 49| marriage is a ~contract it contains a promise whereby this man 210 Suppl, 53| Since then a simple vow contains merely a simple ~promise 211 Suppl, 54| and thus a straight line contains actually but two points 212 Suppl, 54| consanguinity: wherefore one ~line contains several degrees.~Aquin.: 213 Suppl, 62| being divorced. For the law contains the rule (Can. Quod bene 214 Suppl, 71| ecclesiastical unity, ~inasmuch as it contains Him in Whom the whole Church 215 Suppl, 71| the suffrage of the Mass contains two of the things ~mentioned 216 Suppl, 71| the Eucharist, since it contains Christ whole, has infinite ~ 217 Suppl, 72| so that the judgment day contains them all. Wherefore although ~ 218 Suppl, 72| meaning that its substance contains no alloy of ~evil, as the 219 Suppl, 72| because ~whatever fire contains of burning heat and gross 220 Suppl, 72| rewarded because whatever it contains of ~gross matter will be 221 Suppl, 74| and a ~half, which time contains almost an equal number of 222 Suppl, 79| human body and all ~that it contains will be perfectly subject 223 Suppl, 85| the reading of a book that contains the entire life of every 224 Suppl, 93| De Coelo et Mundo i, and contains a ~certain perfection common 225 Appen1, 1| than venial, because it contains more aversion, ~since it


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