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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | related to creatures as though belonging to a ~different "genus," 2 1, 5 | ought to ~be, or as not belonging to that which they ought 3 1, 6 | of ~the divine goodness belonging to it, which is formally 4 1, 7 | never occupy the place belonging to any other.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 11 | add a reality to "being," ~belonging to the genus of quantity.~ 6 1, 11 | is wanting ~in the form belonging to the whole; as, for instance, 7 1, 14 | antecedent contains ~anything belonging to an act of the soul, the 8 1, 19 | After considering the things belonging to the divine knowledge, 9 1, 19 | will, but from a defect belonging to ~the nature of the thing 10 1, 23 | predestination, ~as something belonging to its essence, but inasmuch 11 1, 27 | requires the processions ~belonging to each of them to exist 12 1, 28 | remark. One is the ~nature belonging to each one of them considered 13 1, 29 | the nature of the names belonging to the essence; ~nor does 14 1, 29 | man, and which, though not belonging to "person" in general, ~ 15 1, 34 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing belonging to the intellect can be 16 1, 38 | as gift imports something belonging to another through its origin. ~ 17 1, 38 | Gift involves the idea of belonging to the Giver ~through its 18 1, 39 | wont to be designated as ~belonging to that of which it is the 19 1, 39 | wont to be ~designated as belonging to the form except when 20 1, 39 | however, something be added belonging to the person of the Son, 21 1, 39 | persons as exclusively belonging to each of them, then it 22 1, 43 | there is one special mode belonging to the rational nature wherein 23 1, 43 | sanctifying grace. But the gifts belonging to the perfection of the ~ 24 1, 44 | species, as a substance, belonging to a certain species, is 25 1, 45 | it must be an accident belonging to it. But every accident 26 1, 48 | through not having ~the good belonging to something else; for instance, 27 1, 49 | this amounts to some defect belonging to it. Hence evil never 28 1, 50 | matter. For the operation belonging to anything is according 29 1, 58 | with regard to everything belonging to such thing, or excluded ~ 30 1, 59 | appetite is something arduous belonging to the ~sensible order, 31 1, 67 | text. 55, we use terms belonging to local movement in ~speaking 32 1, 69 | production of plants, as ~also belonging to the work of adornment, 33 1, 71 | and they are reckoned as belonging to that class to which they ~ 34 1, 73 | connection of individuals belonging to different ~species, as 35 1, 76 | this operation as properly ~belonging to him. Man must therefore 36 1, 76 | to another, the subject belonging to the ~definition of the 37 1, 76 | which is composed of ~parts belonging to various species.~Aquin.: 38 1, 76 | substantial forms, which are many belonging to one species.~Aquin.: 39 1, 38 | as gift imports something belonging to another through its origin. ~ 40 1, 38 | Gift involves the idea of belonging to the Giver ~through its 41 1, 39 | wont to be designated as ~belonging to that of which it is the 42 1, 39 | wont to be ~designated as belonging to the form except when 43 1, 39 | however, something be added belonging to the person of the Son, 44 1, 39 | persons as exclusively belonging to each of them, then it 45 1, 43 | there is one special mode belonging to the rational nature wherein 46 1, 43 | sanctifying grace. But the gifts belonging to the perfection of the ~ 47 1, 45 | species, as a substance, belonging to a certain species, is 48 1, 46 | it must be an accident belonging to it. But every accident 49 1, 49 | through not having ~the good belonging to something else; for instance, 50 1, 50 | this amounts to some defect belonging to it. Hence evil never 51 1, 51 | matter. For the operation belonging to anything is according 52 1, 59 | with regard to everything belonging to such thing, or excluded ~ 53 1, 60 | appetite is something arduous belonging to the ~sensible order, 54 1, 68 | text. 55, we use terms belonging to local movement in ~speaking 55 1, 70 | production of plants, as ~also belonging to the work of adornment, 56 1, 71 | and they are reckoned as belonging to that class to which they ~ 57 1, 72 | connection of individuals belonging to different ~species, as 58 1, 75 | this operation as properly ~belonging to him. Man must therefore 59 1, 75 | to another, the subject belonging to the ~definition of the 60 1, 75 | which is composed of ~parts belonging to various species.~Aquin.: 61 1, 75 | substantial forms, which are many belonging to one species.~Aquin.: 62 1, 78 | passive power, is something belonging to ~the soul; and also the 63 1, 78 | active intellect is something belonging to the soul, or something ~ 64 1, 78 | intellect were not something ~belonging to the soul, but were some 65 1, 78 | intellect ~is something belonging to the soul, as one of its 66 1, 78 | principles is the ~action belonging to the human species. Wherefore 67 1, 80 | the appetite of things ~belonging to the body."~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 83 | imagination and the other powers belonging to the sensitive part, make ~ 69 1, 84 | house is known. Secondly ~as belonging to a certain whole; and 70 1, 84 | but neither can any forms belonging to ~the same genus, although 71 1, 86 | causes. So of two things belonging essentially to the order 72 1, 87 | be understood of things belonging to one and the same order, 73 1, 88 | sensitive part, but not as belonging in a way to the ~intellect, 74 1, 92 | whiteness is an accident belonging to many species. But the 75 1, 92 | with that interior word belonging to no nation's tongue), ~ 76 1, 92 | the other parts of man," belonging to the soul's inferior ~ 77 1, 95 | Para. 1/1 OF THE MASTERSHIP BELONGING TO MAN IN THE STATE OF INNOCENCE ( 78 1, 96 | kind of change, even if belonging to the ~perfecting process 79 1, 98 | 1~I answer that, Nothing belonging to the completeness of human 80 1, 102 | primary matter; and something belonging to movement, if under movement 81 1, 107 | the third, yet the gift belonging to the "Thrones" does not 82 1, 111 | only the superior angels belonging to the highest hierarchy 83 1, 118 | 5) distinguishes flesh ~belonging to the "species" from flesh 84 1, 118 | the "species" from flesh belonging to "matter"; and says ~that 85 1, 118 | produced from food is flesh belonging to matter, ~not to the species. 86 1, 118 | 2~Reply OBJ 2: By flesh belonging to the species, some have 87 1, 118 | individual does. By flesh ~belonging to the matter these understand 88 1, 118 | flesh, there is something belonging to the species, and ~something 89 1, 118 | species, and ~something belonging to matter." Now it is clear 90 2, 2 | perfection is something belonging to that which is ~perfected. 91 2, 2 | happiness is ~something belonging to man. But it is not something 92 2, 2 | But it is not something belonging to the ~body, as shown above ( 93 2, 2 | Therefore it is something belonging to the ~soul; and thus it 94 2, 2 | soul itself or ~something belonging to it. Because the soul, 95 2, 2 | manner neither can anything belonging to it, whether power, ~habit, 96 2, 2 | that happiness is something belonging to the ~soul; but that which 97 2, 3 | is concerned with things belonging to man himself, ~viz. his 98 2, 4 | goods are necessary, not as belonging to the essence of ~happiness, 99 2, 11 | and the same thing from belonging, ~under different aspects, 100 2, 13 | choice implies something belonging to the reason ~or intellect, 101 2, 13 | intellect, and something belonging to the will: for the Philosopher ~ 102 2, 13 | of the soul, that an act ~belonging essentially to some power 103 2, 14 | them there is something belonging to the other power: ~consequently 104 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 3: Not everything belonging to an action belongs also 105 2, 25 | e.g. desire; and something belonging to ~repose, e.g. joy and 106 2, 28 | desiring it, we apprehend it as belonging to our well-being. In ~like 107 2, 28 | something ~suitable and belonging to him. The second union 108 2, 28 | friendship; as to something belonging to himself, if it be ~love 109 2, 28 | reckoning the properties belonging to the Seraphim's love, ~ 110 2, 32 | the same reason all ~goods belonging to others will be pleasing 111 2, 33 | indeed ~distinct parts, but belonging to the one soul. Consequently 112 2, 35 | it happens that species ~belonging to contrary genera, are 113 2, 35 | ways. First, as something belonging of itself to the genus, 114 2, 49 | change" is not a difference belonging to ~the predicament of quality, 115 2, 51 | clear that not ~everything belonging to a natural habit can belong 116 2, 52 | in respect of something belonging to it, ~it is necessary 117 2, 58 | essence, but as ~something belonging by way of participation 118 2, 60 | due in all the operations ~belonging to special justice. Consequently, 119 2, 60 | because diverse passions belonging to diverse powers, always 120 2, 60 | by an inner ~power, and belonging to man in himself, is like 121 2, 73 | Since, however, things belonging to our ~neighbor are not 122 2, 81 | imputed to it as something ~belonging to man and moved by man' 123 2, 85 | good. For there is a good ~belonging to the very substance of 124 2, 85 | heavenly body; or ~again belonging to some superior substance, 125 2, 89 | stored in a house, ~without belonging to the substance of the 126 2, 94 | the natural inclinations belonging to the other powers must 127 2, 96 | Philosopher says that all things ~belonging to one genus, are measured 128 2, 102 | approach to touch things belonging to the ~worship of God, 129 2, 103 | apparel or of anything else belonging to them, by sprinkling them 130 2, 106 | have ~been some persons belonging to the New Testament, as 131 2, 2 | believing. For among ~the acts belonging to the intellect, some have 132 2, 8 | by the virtues and gifts ~belonging to the appetitive power. 133 2, 8 | distinguish a double fruit: one, belonging to the same ~power; the 134 2, 8 | last of all as it were, belonging to the will. In ~this way 135 2, 11 | is a species of unbelief, belonging to those who ~profess the 136 2, 11 | false opinion about ~things belonging to the faith.~Aquin.: SMT 137 2, 12 | very great sin, through belonging to the same genus as unbelief 138 2, 22 | for his sake he loves all ~belonging to him, be they children, 139 2, 24 | distinguished ~according to the good belonging to individuals. Consequently 140 2, 26 | somewhat united to him, or belonging to him, and so tends towards 141 2, 28 | much as He ~loves us as belonging to Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 142 2, 29 | the debtor, but rather as belonging ~to the person to whom it 143 2, 45 | to prudence ~rather than belonging to it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 144 2, 45 | speculative wisdom. Now ~things belonging to the same genus have the 145 2, 47 | sense: hence many ~things belonging to the sensitive faculties 146 2, 47 | nothing hinders the same thing belonging both to rhetoric and prudence. ~ 147 2, 53 | forestalling the solicitude belonging ~to a future time. Hence 148 2, 55 | else, not simply, but as ~belonging in some way to that something 149 2, 55 | though she is something belonging to the husband, since she 150 2, 55 | far as each is ~something belonging to another, the perfect 151 2, 57 | man ~may be considered as belonging to the State as part thereof, 152 2, 57 | as part thereof, or as ~belonging to God, as His creature 153 2, 60 | considers that thing as belonging to ~this particular man: 154 2, 60 | restore just so much as he has belonging to another. But as regards 155 2, 63 | not directed to something ~belonging to man; on the contrary 156 2, 64 | one person simply, ~from belonging to another in some respect: 157 2, 64 | underground long since and ~belonging to no man, except that according 158 2, 76 | lawfully demand as something belonging to him, part ~of the profits 159 2, 78 | enumeration contains some belonging to true justice. ~To particular 160 2, 82 | those acts whereby something belonging to God is assumed.~Aquin.: 161 2, 97 | seem possible that things belonging to the ~same species should 162 2, 97 | hinders two things from belonging to one species in ~one respect, 163 2, 98 | from a layman moneys ~not belonging to the goods of the Church.~ 164 2, 102 | the Jews ~to take things belonging to the Egyptians, because 165 2, 106 | children, as to the body, are a belonging of their father, and slaves 166 2, 115 | sight of himself and those belonging to him. Wherefore Ambrose 167 2, 116 | many kinds of ~vices as belonging to covetousness which he 168 2, 127 | a great good, the former belonging to fortitude, and the ~latter 169 2, 145 | prevents the act of one virtue belonging to another ~virtue, in so 170 2, 147 | virtues, the matter specially belonging to it is that in which it ~ 171 2, 149 | Therefore it is not something belonging to chastity, but is of ~ 172 2, 152 | these," namely the sins belonging to lust, "that ~which is 173 2, 162 | the child is something ~belonging to the father, wherefore 174 2, 178 | Himself, but something ~belonging to God." And Gregory says ( 175 2, 184 | vow binds a man to things belonging ~to perfection. Therefore 176 2, 185 | if they consume the alms belonging to the ~poor.~Aquin.: SMT 177 3, 2 | Christ is an instrument ~belonging to the unity of the hypostasis.~ 178 3, 3 | cannot belong to one without ~belonging to another.~Aquin.: SMT 179 3, 3 | communication of the properties belonging to the nature, because whatever ~ 180 3, 4 | belongs to it of itself as if belonging to its essential principles, ~ 181 3, 17 | it follows that things belonging to the nature in Christ 182 3, 17 | be two; and that those belonging to the hypostasis in Christ 183 3, 26 | communicate to others something belonging to the Father or the ~Holy 184 3, 26 | Ghost, as though it were belonging to others than Himself. 185 3, 28 | than God: lest the dignity belonging to God ~be transferred to 186 3, 33 | both are natural powers ~belonging to the vegetative soul. 187 3, 34 | prevents the same thing belonging to someone from ~several 188 3, 54 | flowed from Christ's body, belonging as ~it does to the integrity 189 3, 75 | there any common subject belonging ~to either of the extremes; 190 3, 83 | and the other requisites belonging to the sacred ~function."~ 191 3, 85 | it has not only something belonging to justice, but also ~something 192 3, 85 | justice, but also ~something belonging to temperance and fortitude, 193 Suppl, 7 | to imply some condition belonging to ~virtue. Now, although 194 Suppl, 7 | the case with all matters belonging to the positive ~law.~Aquin.: 195 Suppl, 8 | the confession of anyone belonging to a ~priest's parish, for 196 Suppl, 9 | one virtue ~principally, belonging to other virtues by participation.~ 197 Suppl, 19| the priesthood is an order belonging to an individual ~person. 198 Suppl, 44| divisible as regards the act belonging to each party.~Aquin.: SMT 199 Suppl, 55| in reference to something belonging to it by reason of its genus: 200 Suppl, 65| heart, like other things belonging in ~any way to the natural 201 Suppl, 66| is true as regards things belonging to the natural ~law, and 202 Suppl, 70| such are all the powers belonging to the sensitive and the 203 Suppl, 70| the soul by itself, but as belonging to ~the whole composite 204 Suppl, 71| suffrage that is counted as belonging to the person for whom it ~ 205 Suppl, 76| whole matter, or something belonging to the truth of human ~nature 206 Suppl, 77| whatever the body contained belonging to the truth of human ~nature 207 Suppl, 77| that what was in the body, belonging to the truth ~of human nature, 208 Suppl, 77| eaten, but something not belonging to the truth of human nature - 209 Suppl, 77| 2/2~Further, if anything belonging to the truth of human nature 210 Suppl, 77| either mingled with something belonging ~principally to the truth 211 Suppl, 77| in the flesh eaten, not ~belonging to the truth of human nature 212 Suppl, 78| would seem that such acts belonging to animal life ~will be 213 Suppl, 88| Generat. i). But things ~belonging to the state of glory are 214 Suppl, 88| remain imperfect if anything belonging ~to its perfection be removed. 215 Suppl, 92| different habits, the one belonging to the intellect, the other


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