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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | solely in what it does ~not consist; as Damascene says (De Fide 2 1, 5 | essence of goodness does not consist in mode, ~species and order. 3 1, 5 | essence of goodness does not consist in mode, ~species and order.~ 4 1, 5 | essence of ~goodness does not consist in mode, species and order.~ 5 1, 5 | essence of goodness does not consist in mode, species and ~order.~ 6 1, 5 | essence of goodness does not consist in mode, ~species and order.~ 7 1, 6 | perfection and form of an effect consist in a certain ~likeness to 8 1, 10 | is explained by some to consist ~in the fact that eternity 9 1, 10 | difference between these three to consist in the fact ~that eternity 10 1, 12 | or its beatitude would consist in something else beside 11 1, 39 | substantive and adjectival names ~consist in this, that the former 12 1, 43 | effects of grace, which ~consist in the illumination of the 13 1, 58 | and beatitude does not ~consist in habit, but in act, as 14 1, 62 | cannot, in the vision of God, consist ~precisely in that which 15 1, 64 | man's happiness does not consist in knowing sensible natures; 16 1, 64 | does the angel's happiness consist in knowing separated substances.~ 17 1, 65 | rewards. ~For such rewards, as consist in these visible things, 18 1, 75 | act of this power does not consist in moving, but in being 19 1, 76 | ultimate happiness of man must consist in this operation as properly ~ 20 1, 77 | substances ~only does man consist; the soul with its reason, 21 1, 39 | substantive and adjectival names ~consist in this, that the former 22 1, 43 | effects of grace, which ~consist in the illumination of the 23 1, 59 | and beatitude does not ~consist in habit, but in act, as 24 1, 63 | cannot, in the vision of God, consist ~precisely in that which 25 1, 65 | man's happiness does not consist in knowing sensible natures; 26 1, 65 | does the angel's happiness consist in knowing separated substances.~ 27 1, 66 | rewards. ~For such rewards, as consist in these visible things, 28 1, 74 | act of this power does not consist in moving, but in being 29 1, 75 | ultimate happiness of man must consist in this operation as properly ~ 30 1, 76 | substances ~only does man consist; the soul with its reason, 31 1, 87 | ultimate happiness of man to ~consist. Nor, as regards the present 32 1, 102 | of the multitude seems to consist in order, and ~peace which 33 1, 118 | multiplied; for multitude cannot consist in the ~addition of a thing 34 2, 1 | some held man's last end to consist in four things, viz. ~"in 35 2, 2 | man's last end, it must consist in that which has the ~greatest 36 2, 2 | man's happiness does not consist in ~wealth.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 2 | impossible for man's happiness to consist in ~wealth. For wealth is 38 2, 2 | that man's happiness cannot consist in natural wealth. ~For 39 2, 2 | the last end of man, to consist in ~wealth.~Aquin.: SMT 40 2, 2 | sovereign good ~does not consist therein.~Aquin.: SMT FS 41 2, 2 | Therefore ~happiness does not consist in honor.~Aquin.: SMT FS 42 2, 2 | impossible for happiness to consist in honor. For ~honor is 43 2, 2 | happiness cannot principally consist ~therein.~Aquin.: SMT FS 44 2, 2 | For ~happiness seems to consist in that which is paid to 45 2, 2 | man's happiness does not consist in fame or glory.~Aquin.: 46 2, 2 | Man's happiness cannot consist in human fame or glory. ~ 47 2, 2 | man's happiness cannot consist in fame or glory. On the 48 2, 2 | impossible for happiness to consist in power; and ~this for 49 2, 2 | Wherefore some happiness might consist ~in the good use of power, 50 2, 2 | man's happiness does not consist in goods of the body.~Aquin.: 51 2, 2 | impossible for man's happiness to consist in the ~goods of the body; 52 2, 2 | end, its last end cannot consist in the ~preservation of 53 2, 2 | man's last end, cannot consist in goods of the body.~Aquin.: 54 2, 2 | and yet happiness does not consist in ~them. Because in every 55 2, 2 | But happiness does not ~consist in external goods, nor in 56 2, 3 | Consequently ~happiness must consist in man's last act. But it 57 2, 3 | happiness must ~of necessity consist in an operation.~Aquin.: 58 2, 3 | no matter in what it may consist, is not ~that man's happiness; 59 2, 3 | Therefore ~happiness does not consist in a sensitive operation.~ 60 2, 3 | man's happiness does not consist in goods of the body, ~which 61 2, 3 | is impossible for it ~to consist in an act of the will. For 62 2, 3 | attainment of the end does not consist in the very act of ~the 63 2, 3 | that the ~last end cannot consist in the active life, which 64 2, 3 | final happiness does not consist in the consideration of ~ 65 2, 3 | perfect happiness cannot consist essentially in the ~consideration 66 2, 3 | final perfection cannot ~consist in the knowledge of sensibles. 67 2, 3 | that man's happiness cannot consist in the ~consideration of 68 2, 3 | that man's happiness should consist ~in the contemplation of 69 2, 3 | s final ~perfection will consist in his attaining to a contemplation 70 2, 3 | man's happiness does not consist in the vision ~of the Divine 71 2, 3 | namely, happiness, does not consist in God being seen in His 72 2, 3 | and perfect happiness can consist in nothing else ~than the 73 2, 4 | that Happiness does not consist in bodily ~goods. Therefore 74 2, 4 | OBJ 1: Happiness does not consist in bodily good as its object: ~ 75 2, 15 | intellect, whose act does not ~consist in a movement towards the 76 2, 18 | of its goodness does not ~consist wholly in its species, but 77 2, 19 | in some way, simple and consist of one ~principle. Now the 78 2, 19 | since moral good and evil consist in action in so ~far as 79 2, 24 | hand, those passions ~which consist in aversion from good, and 80 2, 27 | thing; and in this does love consist. ~Therefore it is not possible 81 2, 31 | 3. But delight does not consist in being moved, but in having 82 2, 31 | to be perfected does not consist in being passive or in being 83 2, 32 | Further, leisure and rest consist in cessation from work: 84 2, 45 | daring, being passions, consist in a movement of the appetite, 85 2, 50 | qualities of the third species consist in some ~"becoming" and 86 2, 64 | of such virtues does not consist in a mean, but ~increases 87 2, 69 | beatitude has been held to consist ~in one of three things: 88 2, 71 | vice of a thing seems to consist in its not being disposed 89 2, 72 | Accordingly, those sins which consist in spiritual pleasure, are 90 2, 72 | sins; while those which consist in carnal pleasure, are 91 2, 72 | Further, every division should consist of things in opposition 92 2, 73 | another. For sin does not ~consist in passing from the many 93 2, 76 | seems that the sin will consist in the act itself of the 94 2, 87 | something. Because some sins consist in turning away ~from the 95 2, 100 | mode of virtue seems to consist properly in working ~willingly 96 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts does not ~consist in their pertaining to the 97 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts does not ~consist in their pertaining to Divine 98 2, 101 | external worship will not consist ~in anything figurative, 99 2, 107 | but the New Law does not consist chiefly ~in these latter 100 2, 108 | into use in human life, consist ~in three things: viz. in 101 2, 108 | the evangelical counsels consist. Moreover, every form of 102 2, 2 | merit of faith whether it consist in ~persecution inflicted 103 2, 2 | opposition to faith, whether it consist in a ~man's thoughts, or 104 2, 5 | Further, those things which consist in something supreme cannot ~ 105 2, 8 | practical knowledge cannot consist in that ~very knowledge, 106 2, 9 | deem the ~perfect good to consist in them. Hence they sin 107 2, 9 | But man's beatitude does ~consist somewhat in the right use 108 2, 10 | sin of unbelief ~seems to consist entirely in a perverse will: 109 2, 10 | as are inordinate, and consist of contentious words rather 110 2, 12 | apostasy seems rather to consist in some outward deed or 111 2, 13 | despair and presumption consist, not in ~disbelieving in 112 2, 15 | those who believe in God ~consist in the precepts of the Law. 113 2, 18 | Perfection, ~however, does not consist in the renunciation itself 114 2, 19 | despair and unbelief, consist principally in aversion 115 2, 19 | things. Other sins, however, consist principally in conversion 116 2, 22 | theological virtues, which consist in ~attaining this first 117 2, 22 | intellectual virtues, which consist in attaining ~human reason: 118 2, 24 | companionship of the angels does not consist in outward ~fellowship, 119 2, 35 | thirdly, those things which consist in deeds, viz. schism, ~ 120 2, 41 | venial sins of the perfect consist chiefly in sudden ~movements, 121 2, 52 | Because those sins that consist of inward actions, are more 122 2, 53 | last end, which ~does not consist in the goods of the body, 123 2, 53 | Further, fraud seems to consist in unlawfully taking or 124 2, 56 | act of justice does not consist in ~rendering to each one 125 2, 56 | act of justice does not consist in rendering to each one 126 2, 59 | and commutation. These ~consist in the use of certain externals, 127 2, 62 | necessary use would seem to consist in the fact that ~animals 128 2, 63 | 4) Whether the sins that consist in inflicting such like 129 2, 63 | sinful in so far as they consist in an involuntary commutation. ~ 130 2, 64 | to theft that it should consist in taking another's thing ~ 131 2, 64 | another's thing, so does it consist in keeping it ~back.~Aquin.: 132 2, 64 | to theft that it should consist in taking another's thing 133 2, 65 | commutative justice, that ~consist in words injurious to our 134 2, 68 | reckon 'all' ~and 'whole' to consist of three parts." Now we 135 2, 70 | seem that reviling does not consist in words. Reviling ~implies 136 2, 70 | Therefore reviling does not consist ~in words.~Aquin.: SMT SS 137 2, 70 | Therefore ~reviling does not consist in words.~Aquin.: SMT SS 138 2, 70 | OBJ 3: Railing and taunts consist in words, even as reviling, ~ 139 2, 72 | tale-bearing. ~For sins of word consist in speaking evil. Now a 140 2, 76 | the use of which does not consist in ~their consumption: thus 141 2, 86 | purpose and so forth, may consist in a mere movement ~of the 142 2, 86 | anyone from a vow seems to consist in ~deciding in what circumstances 143 2, 90 | above, sins against religion consist in going ~beyond the mean 144 2, 93 | divinations, since they consist in entering into compact 145 2, 94 | genus of the deed, for they consist in certain fasts and prayers ~ 146 2, 94 | observances of the magic art consist in certain fasts ~and abstinences. 147 2, 95 | temptation of God does not consist in ~certain deeds wherein 148 2, 95 | temptation of God does not consist in anything ~pertaining 149 2, 95 | temptation of God does not ~consist in such like deeds, wherein 150 2, 96 | Therefore perjury seems to consist in swearing by ~false gods 151 2, 98 | Therefore simony does not consist in a will to buy something ~ 152 2, 101 | Therefore honor does not consist of corporal ~things.~Aquin.: 153 2, 101 | glory. Now ~praise and glory consist of external things. Therefore 154 2, 101 | as God is concerned, may consist of the mere internal ~movement 155 2, 102 | rectitude of human will consist chiefly in conformity with 156 2, 112 | But this virtue does ~not consist in doing that, but in behaving 157 2, 115 | surpasses those goods that consist of external ~things. Again, 158 2, 127 | proportionately, even if it ~consist in the use of some small 159 2, 132 | magnificence would seem to consist in doing something great. 160 2, 133 | meanness, it would merely ~consist in excessive spending. But 161 2, 134 | patience, in heaven, will not ~consist in bearing things, but in 162 2, 143 | But virtue ~does not consist in external wealth. Therefore 163 2, 144 | kingdom of God does not consist in abstinence, for the Apostle ~ 164 2, 150 | In what does virginity consist?~(2) Whether it is lawful?~( 165 2, 150 | that virginity does not consist in integrity of the ~flesh. 166 2, 150 | the flesh would seem to consist in the ~seal of virginal 167 2, 150 | Therefore virginity does not consist in ~incorruption of the 168 2, 150 | Therefore virginity does not consist in incorruption of the ~ 169 2, 150 | religion, the acts of which consist in being occupied about ~ 170 2, 155 | both clemency and meekness consist in a certain decrease; for ~ 171 2, 155 | mode and name ~of justice consist in a certain "equality," 172 2, 155 | clemency and meekness likewise consist in a ~certain restraint, 173 2, 159 | because virtue does not consist externals, but chiefly ~ 174 2, 159 | with equanimity, whether it consist of ~words or deeds. For 175 2, 160 | root of pride is found to consist in man not ~being, in some 176 2, 161 | first man's pride did not consist in his ~coveting the Divine 177 2, 165 | perfection ~would seem to consist in his intellect being reduced 178 2, 166 | weariness of soul must needs ~consist in the application of some 179 2, 177 | life of plants is said to consist in nourishment ~and generation; 180 2, 178 | the contemplative life ~to consist in the "love of God," inasmuch 181 2, 178 | intellectual knowledge does not consist in the ~phantasms themselves, 182 2, 181 | beauty of the Church, ~which consist in a certain order; wherefore 183 2, 182 | Christian life does not ~consist chiefly in charity. For 184 2, 182 | Christian life does not chiefly consist in charity.~Aquin.: SMT 185 2, 182 | human senses would seem to consist ~chiefly in their concurring 186 2, 182 | charity, ~seemingly, does not consist in the observance of the 187 2, 182 | that, Perfection is said to consist in a thing in two ways: 188 2, 182 | understand righteousness to consist neither in eating ~nor in 189 2, 183 | life does not essentially consist in voluntary poverty, but ~ 190 3, 22 | his peace and salvation consist. ~Wherefore under the old 191 3, 33 | Incarnation, which we ~hold to consist in this, that the Word of 192 3, 34 | ultimate ~perfection does not consist in power or habit, but in 193 3, 40 | kingdom of God does not consist in ~eating and drinking, 194 3, 60 | that the sacramental signs consist in ~sensible things: just 195 3, 61 | Further, the sacraments consist in certain elements, as 196 3, 62 | therefore, the sacraments ~consist in certain words and created 197 3, 84 | the ~penitent, whether it consist of words or deeds, must 198 3, 84 | this sacrament does not consist in the use of matter employed ~ 199 3, 86 | are actual sins, which ~consist in an actual disorder of 200 3, 90 | sacraments the ~matter does not consist of human acts, but of some 201 3, 90 | AA[5],6) that sacraments consist of things and words. But 202 Suppl, 8 | other sacraments do not consist in an action of the ~recipient, 203 Suppl, 12| Therefore satisfaction does not consist in removing the causes of 204 Suppl, 30| of glory; which ~defects consist in nothing else but a certain 205 Suppl, 36| Therefore order does not ~consist in the mere merit of holiness.~ 206 Suppl, 38| the subdeacon does ~not consist in these things, but in 207 Suppl, 43| sometimes a betrothal does not consist of a mere ~promise, but 208 Suppl, 49| goods, in so far as they consist in ~a habit, make a marriage 209 Suppl, 70| substances ~alone does man consist, soul and body: the soul 210 Suppl, 71| This assistance did not consist in a diminishment of their ~ 211 Suppl, 72| cleansing would seem to consist in purifying the ~parts 212 Suppl, 74| many generations it ~will consist: even so old age, which 213 Suppl, 78| the ~human body does not consist therein. But the human body 214 Suppl, 79| and pain or sorrow which consist in the operation of the 215 Suppl, 89| happiness must be held to consist ~in that operation when 216 Suppl, 89| man's ~beatitude does not consist chiefly otherwise than in 217 Suppl, 92| reward of the blessed will consist of ~internal goods. Therefore 218 Suppl, 92| as to that ~in which they consist, but not considered as dowries; 219 Suppl, 93| speaking, because they do not consist in things directed to the


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