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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | aspect; for inasmuch as time ~corresponds to movement, its "now" corresponds 2 1, 10 | corresponds to movement, its "now" corresponds to what is movable; and ~ 3 1, 13 | idea to which ~no reality corresponds is a vain notion. Therefore 4 1, 13 | perfections of creatures, ~there corresponds one simple principle represented 5 1, 13 | of our intellect, there corresponds ~one altogether simple principle, 6 1, 13 | empty and vain, for ~there corresponds to all of them one simple 7 1, 13 | this ~diversity in idea corresponds the plurality of predicate 8 1, 13 | the same simple object ~corresponds to its conceptions. Therefore 9 1, 16 | it judges that a thing corresponds to ~the form which it apprehends 10 1, 25 | each active power there corresponds a thing ~possible as its 11 1, 29 | which, properly speaking, corresponds in meaning to ~"hypostasis," 12 1, 29 | word "substance," which ~corresponds to hypostasis in Greek, 13 1, 32 | but one opposite relation corresponds to them. ~For the relation 14 1, 47 | the plurality of ideas ~corresponds in the divine mind to the 15 1, 52 | is applied by his power, ~corresponds as one place to him.~Aquin.: 16 1, 65 | Platonists, the ~order of forms corresponds to the order of those separate 17 1, 71 | of the work of adornment corresponds to the order of the work 18 1, 71 | show that ~the fourth day corresponds to the first day on which 19 1, 71 | show that the fifth day corresponds to the second. ~It must, 20 1, 72 | adorned, and thus that day corresponds to the second day; so ~the 21 1, 72 | production of land animals, corresponds to the third day. Hence 22 1, 74 | perfection of the Divine works corresponds to the perfection of the ~ 23 1, 74 | Further, "first," not "one," corresponds to "second" and "third." ~ 24 1, 48 | the plurality of ideas ~corresponds in the divine mind to the 25 1, 53 | is applied by his power, ~corresponds as one place to him.~Aquin.: 26 1, 66 | Platonists, the ~order of forms corresponds to the order of those separate 27 1, 71 | of the work of ~adornment corresponds to the order of the work 28 1, 71 | show that ~the fourth day corresponds to the first day on which 29 1, 71 | show that the fifth day corresponds to the second. ~It must, 30 1, 71 | adorned, and thus that day corresponds to the second day; so ~the 31 1, 71 | production of land animals, corresponds to the third day. Hence 32 1, 73 | perfection of the Divine works corresponds to the perfection of the ~ 33 1, 73 | Further, "first," not "one," corresponds to "second" and "third." ~ 34 1, 81 | desires a thing naturally, ~corresponds rather to the intellect 35 1, 83 | for the mode of action corresponds to the mode of the agent' 36 1, 84 | on the part of the thing corresponds to the ~composition and 37 1, 84 | with matter; and to this corresponds that composition of the 38 1, 84 | to this ~real composition corresponds that composition of the 39 1, 89 | OBJ 2: Further, the end corresponds to the beginning of things; 40 1, 89 | things from their ~beginning corresponds to the forwarding of them 41 1, 94 | charity. Merit thus measured corresponds ~in degree to the essential 42 1, 94 | cases the degree of merit corresponds to the accidental reward, 43 1, 102 | that, As the end of a thing corresponds to its beginning, it is ~ 44 1, 103 | annihilated. For the end ~corresponds to the beginning. But in 45 1, 105 | thing to turn to another, corresponds ~to neighborhood in corporeal 46 1, 117 | Further, the end of a thing corresponds to its beginning. But the ~ 47 2, 1 | s last end. ~For the end corresponds to the beginning. But man' 48 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: Since the end corresponds to the beginning; this argument ~ 49 2, 3 | 3: Further, the last end corresponds to the first mover: thus 50 2, 4 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, vision corresponds to faith; while delight 51 2, 4 | while delight or enjoyment ~corresponds to charity. But charity 52 2, 4 | good: of which the true corresponds to vision, and good to ~ 53 2, 4 | perfect knowledge of the end corresponds ~to imperfect knowledge; 54 2, 4 | knowledge; presence of the end corresponds to the relation ~of hope; 55 2, 5 | OBJ 3: Further, the end corresponds to the beginning. But man' 56 2, 10 | considered as a ~genus, there corresponds something one generically; 57 2, 10 | nature as ~species there corresponds something one specifically; 58 2, 10 | individualized nature there corresponds some one individual. Since, ~ 59 2, 10 | some one ~general thing corresponds to it, naturally which is 60 2, 10 | to ~the intellect there corresponds some one general thing, 61 2, 18 | universal the agent to which it corresponds; ~thus victory, which is 62 2, 29 | Wherefore a hatred that ~corresponds to a greater love, moves 63 2, 29 | self-preservation, to which corresponds ~flight from pain. Wherefore 64 2, 31 | concupiscences also: ~so that delight corresponds to concupiscence, while 65 2, 31 | concupiscence, while joy corresponds to ~desire, which seems 66 2, 48 | not one of recoil, which corresponds to the action ~of cold, 67 2, 48 | one of prosecution, which corresponds to the action of heat, ~ 68 2, 55 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Virtue corresponds to power. But power is not 69 2, 60 | difference of ~objects that corresponds to a difference of powers 70 2, 68 | knowledge, and ~counsel, which corresponds to prudence; whereas nothing 71 2, 68 | them. The gift of fear ~corresponds, in a manner, to temperance: 72 2, 68 | excellence of the gifts corresponds with the order in ~which 73 2, 69 | above. Because to "see God" corresponds to the gift of understanding; 74 2, 69 | adoptive "children of God," corresponds to the ~gift of wisdom.~ 75 2, 69 | Hence the eighth ~beatitude corresponds, in a way, to all the preceding 76 2, 69 | says on Lk. 6:20, "poverty corresponds to ~temperance, which is 77 2, 72 | measure ~of the punishment corresponds to the gravity of the fault, 78 2, 79 | that ~spiritual "blindness" corresponds to sight, "heaviness of 79 2, 87 | quantity of punishment corresponds to quantity of fault, ~according 80 2, 87 | Duration of punishment corresponds to duration of fault, ~not 81 2, 87 | remains. But punishment ~corresponds to fault in the point of 82 2, 102 | the sacrament ~of Faith, corresponds to circumcision. Hence it 83 2, 102 | sacrament ~of the Eucharist corresponds to the banquet of the paschal 84 2, 102 | of Penance in the New Law corresponds to all the purifications ~ 85 2, 102 | The sacrament of Orders corresponds to the consecration ~of 86 2, 106 | like manner the New Law ~corresponds not only to Christ, but 87 2, 8 | Which of the beatitudes corresponds to this gift?~(8) Which 88 2, 9 | Therefore the gift of wisdom corresponds ~more to charity which unites 89 2, 9 | they that mourn," etc. ~corresponds to the gift of knowledge?~ 90 2, 9 | gift of knowledge there ~corresponds, in the first place, sorrow 91 2, 9 | Reply OBJ 3: No beatitude corresponds to knowledge, in so far 92 2, 18 | the beatitude of mourning corresponds to ~the gift of fear, rather 93 2, 18 | Further, the gift of fear corresponds to the virtue of hope, as ~ 94 2, 18 | Therefore that ~beatitude corresponds to the gift of fear, rather 95 2, 18 | Poverty of spirit properly corresponds to fear. Because, ~since 96 2, 18 | the ~beatitude of poverty corresponds, is consistent with the 97 2, 18 | the beatitude of poverty corresponds to fear ~directly, and the 98 2, 18 | spiritual ~perfection, fittingly corresponds to hope, by way of ultimate 99 2, 18 | submission to God, fittingly corresponds to fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS 100 2, 43 | the gift of wisdom which corresponds to charity; ~and firstly, 101 2, 43 | grace?~(6) Which beatitude corresponds to it?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 102 2, 43 | Whether the seventh beatitude corresponds to the gift of wisdom?~Aquin.: 103 2, 47 | of the Holy ~Ghost, and corresponds to faith, as stated above ( 104 2, 50 | the gift of counsel which corresponds to prudence. ~Under this 105 2, 50 | Whether the gift of counsel corresponds to prudence?~(3) Whether 106 2, 50 | are the merciful," etc. ~corresponds to the gift of counsel?~~ 107 2, 50 | Whether the gift of counsel corresponds to the virtue of prudence?~ 108 2, 50 | Therefore the gift of counsel corresponds to prudence, as helping ~ 109 2, 50 | hand the gift of counsel corresponds ~to prudence directly, because 110 2, 50 | which is that of mercy, corresponds to the ~gift of counsel?~ 111 2, 50 | the beatitude of ~poverty corresponds to the gift of counsel, 112 2, 50 | beatitude of mercy specially corresponds to the gift of ~counsel, 113 2, 51 | euboulia} (deliberating well) corresponds, ~"precipitation" or "temerity" 114 2, 59 | part to another, to ~which corresponds the order of one private 115 2, 59 | towards the parts, to which corresponds the order of ~that which 116 2, 81 | order of the ~petitions corresponds with the order, not of execution, 117 2, 104 | actio] in the recipient ~corresponds to the favor [gratia] of 118 2, 106 | natural inclination ~there corresponds a special virtue. Now there 119 2, 118 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Epikeia corresponds properly to legal justice, 120 2, 119 | now consider the gift that corresponds to justice; namely, ~piety. 121 2, 119 | the beatitudes and fruits corresponds to it?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 122 2, 119 | Blessed are the meek," corresponds to the ~gift of piety?~Aquin.: 123 2, 119 | Blessed are they that mourn," corresponds to the gift of ~knowledge, 124 2, 119 | that the second beatitude corresponds to piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS 125 2, 137 | thirst ~after justice," corresponds to the gift of fortitude?~ 126 2, 137 | not the gift of fortitude corresponds to the ~virtue of justice. 127 2, 137 | Therefore this beatitude corresponds to the gift of ~piety rather 128 2, 137 | not the gift of fortitude, corresponds, as stated above (Q[45]). ~ 129 2, 137 | Therefore this beatitude corresponds, not to the gift of fortitude, 130 2, 139 | But seemingly no ~gift corresponds to temperance, since all 131 2, 139 | and in this respect ~it corresponds to the virtue of hope, as 132 2, 139 | wherefore the gift of fear ~corresponds to temperance also.~Aquin.: 133 2, 161 | awarded to that first sin ~corresponds to the magnitude of the 134 2, 161 | the contrary, Punishment corresponds to guilt. Now the woman 135 2, 169 | life. A third difference corresponds to the various duties ~and 136 2, 178 | God. And since ~the end corresponds to the beginning, it follows 137 2, 186 | threefold degree of poverty corresponds to ~the three aforesaid 138 3, 13 | may be brought to nothing, corresponds to their ~creation, whereby 139 3, 19 | diversity of operations corresponds to the ~divers powers and 140 3, 38 | rebaptized . . . For the baptism ~corresponds with him by whose authority 141 3, 65 | They say that Baptism corresponds to Faith, and is ordained 142 3, 66 | the Baptism of Blood ~corresponds, so Christ's Passion derives 143 3, 69 | spiritual regeneration, which corresponds to carnal generation. But ~ 144 3, 76 | And although the truth ~corresponds with the figure, still the 145 3, 84 | sacraments whose effect ~corresponds to that of some human act, 146 Suppl, 3 | no passion of the soul ~corresponds directly to the past, as 147 Suppl, 3 | directly to the past, as sorrow corresponds to present evil, ~and fear 148 Suppl, 3 | first, in so far ~as it corresponds to each single sin, and 149 Suppl, 4 | the sorrow of contrition ~corresponds to sin on the part of the 150 Suppl, 8 | quantity of the punishment ~corresponds radically to the quantity 151 Suppl, 37| so ~that the priesthood corresponds to the gift of wisdom, which 152 Suppl, 40| the Church the spiritual corresponds to the corporal. Now the 153 Suppl, 40| corresponding ~to it, as signate corresponds to sign; but this is not 154 Suppl, 48| everything the beginning corresponds to the ~consummation. Now 155 Suppl, 48| 2/2 ~Further, the effect corresponds to its cause. Now consent 156 Suppl, 48| Reply OBJ 4: Marriage begun corresponds to marriage consummated, 157 Suppl, 48| consummated, as ~habit or power corresponds to the act which is operation.~ 158 Suppl, 54| communication is threefold. one corresponds to the ~relationship between 159 Suppl, 54| of themselves." Another corresponds to the relation of ~effect 160 Suppl, 54| existence to them." The third corresponds to the ~mutual relation 161 Suppl, 65| Wherefore the first end corresponds to the ~marriage of man 162 Suppl, 75| Further, the term "wherefrom" corresponds to the term "whereto." ~ 163 Suppl, 75| natural inclination there corresponds a natural agent: ~else nature 164 Suppl, 76| a difference of ~bodies corresponds proportionally to the difference 165 Suppl, 78| a particular individual corresponds not ~only to the form of 166 Suppl, 80| just as the whole place ~corresponds to the whole body, so the 167 Suppl, 80| so the term of the place corresponds to ~the term of the body. 168 Suppl, 80| same term of two places ~corresponds to the two terms of the 169 Suppl, 80| 1~OBJ 4: Further, place corresponds in proportion to the thing 170 Suppl, 85| the reverse order. One corresponds to the work of governance 171 Suppl, 86| Whether the judicial power corresponds to voluntary poverty?~(3) 172 Suppl, 86| Whether the judicial power corresponds to voluntary poverty?~Aquin.: 173 Suppl, 86| merit, since ~exaltation corresponds by way of merit to humility. 174 Suppl, 86| poverty. Thus judicial power ~corresponds to poverty, in so far as 175 Suppl, 86| which the judicial power corresponds. Wherefore among ~those 176 Suppl, 86| twofold retribution. One corresponds to the angels' ~personal 177 Suppl, 86| depths of woe. The other ~corresponds to the merits, good or evil, 178 Suppl, 90| that the unity of a house corresponds to the unity of beatitude 179 Suppl, 90| the plurality of mansions ~corresponds to the differences of beatitude 180 Suppl, 92| is the object. Now love corresponds to ~charity, and vision 181 Suppl, 92| to hope, since fruition corresponds rather to charity.~Aquin.: 182 Suppl, 92| one dowry, namely vision, ~corresponds to both.~Aquin.: SMT XP 183 Suppl, 92| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Fruition corresponds to hope, in so far as it 184 Suppl, 93| 1~OBJ 3: Further, reward corresponds to merit. Now charity is 185 Suppl, 93| Since then the "aurea" corresponds to charity, it would seem ~ 186 Suppl, 93| an "aureole"; but that it corresponds to a more ~excellent act, 187 Suppl, 93| the ~other in so far as it corresponds to higher merit as regards 188 Suppl, 93| Moreover, since reward ~corresponds to merit, a more excellent 189 Suppl, 93| Wherefore to virginity corresponds the aurea in so far as virginity 190 Suppl, 93| virginity, by that which corresponds to the three degrees of 191 Suppl, 93| that the hundredfold fruit corresponds to martyrs ~takes fruit 192 Suppl, 93| the essential reward which corresponds to all the virtues. Therefore, ~ 193 Suppl, 93| continence. Therefore fruit corresponds to frugality rather than 194 Suppl, 93| life. Consequently a fruit corresponds ~especially to that virtue 195 Suppl, 93| vii, 11). Therefore fruit corresponds to ~continence rather than 196 Suppl, 93| as we speak of it now, corresponds to labor not as ~resulting 197 Suppl, 93| continence, to which the fruit corresponds, man is ~brought to a kind 198 Suppl, 93| taken together; wherefore it corresponds fittingly to ~widowhood, 199 Suppl, 93| continence. The number 100 corresponds fittingly to virginity; ~ 200 Suppl, 93| Since then no aureole corresponds to interior sorrow, neither ~ 201 Suppl, 93| exaltation in the life to come corresponds to ~humiliation in the present 202 Suppl, 93| Since then an aureole corresponds to virginity, it would seem 203 Suppl, 93| aureole, properly speaking, corresponds to some perfection of ~surpassing 204 Suppl, 93| punishment in soul and body corresponds to sin committed ~through 205 Suppl, 93| For the aureole of martyrs corresponds ~to their virtue of fortitude, 206 Suppl, 93| aureole but of the aurea ~corresponds to the intension of merit 207 Suppl, 93| intension of the aureole corresponds to intension of merit derived 208 Suppl, 94| the pain of the punishment corresponds to the pleasure ~of the 209 Suppl, 94| body's resurrection, and corresponds to the pleasure of sin, ~ 210 Suppl, 96| the measure of punishment corresponds to the measure of fault, 211 Suppl, 96| intensity in the punishment corresponds to ~the degree of gravity 212 Suppl, 96| Reply OBJ 6: Punishment corresponds to fault, properly speaking, 213 Appen1, 1| Now, sensible ~punishment corresponds to original sin in this 214 Appen1, 1| grief of sensible punishment corresponds to the pleasure of ~sin ( 215 Appen1, 1| Reply OBJ 4: Sensible pain corresponds to sensible pleasure, which 216 Appen1, 1| because the pain of punishment corresponds to the pleasure ~of sin; 217 Appen1, 2| Severity of punishment corresponds properly speaking to the ~ 218 Appen1, 2| guilt: whereas the length corresponds to the firmness with ~which


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