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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | in the Scriptures God is spoken of as a ~local term "whereto," 2 1, 3 | sort of parallel. He is spoken of as sitting, on account 3 1, 3 | punishment is metaphorically spoken of as His anger.~Aquin.: 4 1, 3 | goodness and humanity ~are spoken of as actual, only because 5 1, 3 | actual, only because they are spoken of as existing. ~Therefore 6 1, 4 | are in God. Hence He is spoken of ~as universally perfect, 7 1, 4 | heat may be in some ~sort spoken of as like the sun, not 8 1, 4 | also a creature can be spoken of as in some sort like 9 1, 5 | OBJ 3: Again, goodness is spoken of as more or less according 10 1, 5 | thus even non-being can be spoken of as relatively good.~Aquin.: 11 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: No being can be spoken of as evil, formally as 12 1, 5 | essence of goodness cannot be ~spoken of as evil. Yet we can speak 13 1, 5 | they are good: for they are spoken ~of as good, not as though 14 1, 5 | The nature of light is spoken of as being without number, ~ 15 1, 12 | intellect to see God, which is spoken of in the ~Ps. 35:10, "In 16 1, 12 | illumination. And this is the light spoken of in the Apocalypse (Apoc. ~ 17 1, 13 | answer that, These names spoken of God are not synonymous. 18 1, 13 | would apply if they were spoken of God ~as the cause only, 19 1, 13 | creatures. But some names are spoken of God implying relation ~ 20 1, 13 | in the ~sense that God is spoken of relatively to the creature, 21 1, 13 | Therefore GOD in both senses is spoken of univocally.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 19 | God. Yet sometimes it is spoken of as many, as in the words 23 1, 21 | therefore, in God is sometimes ~spoken of as the fitting accompaniment 24 1, 24 | recalled to memory, is spoken of as the book of life. 25 1, 26 | 2 Para. 2/2~We have now spoken enough concerning what pertains 26 1, 27 | conception is signified by the spoken word; and it is called the 27 1, 27 | of the word, the ~object spoken of or understood is in the 28 1, 28 | to that of which they are spoken, both in ~their generic 29 1, 28 | exists or of whom it is ~spoken, except the relation of 30 1, 31 | supposita" of which it is ~spoken. Therefore it cannot be 31 1, 34 | essential to word to be spoken. But, according to ~Anselm ( 32 1, 34 | likewise, each one of them is ~spoken. Therefore, the name Word 33 1, 34 | it ~is said of the word spoken by the voice; and this proceeds 34 1, 34 | On the other hand, "to be spoken" belongs to ~each Person, 35 1, 34 | for not only is the word spoken, but also the thing ~understood 36 1, 34 | God does it belong to be spoken in the same way as a word ~ 37 1, 34 | the same way as a word ~is spoken; whereas in the way whereby 38 1, 34 | the way whereby a thing is spoken as being ~understood in 39 1, 34 | belongs to each Person to be spoken. For the ~Father, by understanding 40 1, 34 | thus the whole Trinity is "spoken" in the Word; and likewise 41 1, 34 | understood, and consequently ~is spoken by the Word.~Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 36 | that. But the spirit is spoken of as of ~this or that man, 43 1, 36 | since everything that is ~spoken of God in an absolute sense, 44 1, 39 | then the Father ~would be spoken of as begotten, which is 45 1, 43 | object. But mission is only spoken of as directed to its term. ~ 46 1, 57 | Further, as a thing is spoken of as distant by reason 47 1, 67 | spiritual light is here spoken of, it ~may be replied that 48 1, 67 | pretext for idolatry if he had spoken ~to them of natures spiritual 49 1, 67 | opinion of some the light here spoken of was a kind ~of luminous 50 1, 68 | that a different heaven is spoken of in the words: "In the 51 1, 77 | OBJ 4: The recollection spoken of there is to be taken 52 1, 39 | then the Father ~would be spoken of as begotten, which is 53 1, 43 | object. But mission is only spoken of as directed to its term. ~ 54 1, 58 | Further, as a thing is spoken of as distant by reason 55 1, 68 | spiritual light is here spoken of, it ~may be replied that 56 1, 68 | pretext for idolatry if he had spoken ~to them of natures spiritual 57 1, 68 | opinion of some the light here spoken of was a kind ~of luminous 58 1, 69 | that a different heaven is spoken of in the words: "In the 59 1, 76 | OBJ 4: The recollection spoken of there is to be taken 60 1, 78 | knoweth that thou hast often spoken evil of ~others" (Eccles. 61 1, 83 | intellect, of which we ~have spoken above (Q[79], AA[3],4) causes 62 1, 89 | opinion we have already spoken (Q[47], A[2]); and so we 63 1, 111 | answer that, The angels are spoken of as "assisting" and ~" 64 1, 114 | bodies; of which we have spoken ~above when treating of 65 1, 115 | of these things we have spoken above ~(A[1]; Q[104], A[ 66 1, 116 | in these days ~(God) hath spoken to us by His Son." Therefore 67 2, 9 | proposed. For ~fitness is spoken of by way of relation; hence 68 2, 26 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Love is spoken of as being fear, joy, desire 69 2, 26 | assigned the difference spoken of.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] 70 2, 47 | against Him?" And yet God is spoken of ~as being angry with 71 2, 63 | 2~I answer that, We have spoken above (Q[51], AA[2],3) in 72 2, 70 | many species which are spoken of as so many fruits.~Aquin.: 73 2, 90 | whose temptations ~we have spoken in the FP, Q[114]. But the 74 2, 90 | virtues of which we have spoken above (Q[57]). Nor again 75 2, 93 | expressed by the ~word. For the spoken word is something uttered 76 2, 98 | Testament "God . . . hath spoken to us by His Son," ~whereas 77 2, 98 | Testament "the word was spoken by angels" (Heb. 2:2).~Aquin.: 78 2, 99 | commandments" (mandata) spoken of ~here and in the body 79 2, 100 | intention, about ~which we have spoken above (QQ[8], 12): and concerning 80 2, 104 | of which we have already spoken (Q[102], A[6], ad 1,6). 81 2, 107 | them with penalties; and is spoken of as containing ~temporal 82 2, 109 | Every truth, by whomsoever spoken is from the Holy Ghost." ~ 83 2, 109 | Every truth by whomsoever spoken is from the Holy Ghost as ~ 84 2, 109 | truths that are known and spoken, and especially in ~regard 85 2, 2 | Incarnation, of which we have spoken above ~(Q[1], A[8]). As 86 2, 4 | consequently charity is spoken ~of as the form of faith.~ 87 2, 5 | If I had not come and spoken to them, they would not 88 2, 10 | If I had not come, and spoken to them, they would ~not 89 2, 10 | If I had not come, ~and spoken to them, they would not 90 2, 11 | heresies spring up from words spoken ~amiss." [*St. Thomas quotes 91 2, 24 | sovereign of a state is spoken of as being the state, and 92 2, 30 | Our Lord would not have spoken ~truly when He said (Mt. 93 2, 36 | Job 42:7): ~"You have not spoken the thing that is right 94 2, 44 | truth, of which we have spoken above (Q[16]) when we were 95 2, 48 | And ~since we have already spoken of the prudence with which 96 2, 70 | of deed, whereof we have spoken above ~(Q[64], seqq.). Secondly, 97 2, 70 | injustice, of which we have spoken above (QQ[64],65,66): where 98 2, 70 | because "vice" is commonly spoken of in connection with not 99 2, 71 | sin, unless perchance the spoken ~word be of such a grave 100 2, 71 | because when a man is ~spoken evil of in his hearing, 101 2, 74 | threefold relation to the thing spoken. ~First, by way of assertion, 102 2, 74 | is related to the thing spoken, by way of cause, and this ~ 103 2, 74 | is related to the thing spoken by ~expressing the sentiments 104 2, 74 | Para. 3/3~Now evil may be spoken, by commanding or desiring 105 2, 74 | foretelling. Sometimes evil is spoken under the aspect of ~useful, 106 2, 74 | above, evil of fault is spoken by way of assertion, whereas 107 2, 74 | cursing evil of punishment is spoken, either by causing it in 108 2, 79 | been ~mentioned we have spoken partly in the treatise on 109 2, 81 | 13] "prayer ~[oratio] is spoken reason [oris ratio]." Now 110 2, 81 | Joan.), these words ~were spoken by the blind man before 111 2, 86 | the Lord thy God, and hast spoken with thy own will and with 112 2, 87 | 16:10, ~"Their mouth hath spoken lies [Vulg.: 'proudly']." 113 2, 87 | Thus too God is sometimes spoken of by Scripture as swearing, 114 2, 88 | adjuration consists of spoken words. But it is useless 115 2, 89 | Of prayer we have already spoken (Q[83]~). Wherefore we must 116 2, 94 | evil eye, of which we have spoken in ~the FP, Q[117], A[3], 117 2, 102 | things that the Lord ~hath spoken we will do, and we will 118 2, 104 | things which are properly spoken of in relation to others ~ 119 2, 104 | relation to others ~are spoken of metaphorically in relation 120 2, 108 | Isaac's first-born, was spoken in a mystical sense, because, 121 2, 116 | for which reason they are ~spoken of as his substance). Therefore 122 2, 116 | this sense covetousness is spoken of (2 Cor. 9:5): ~"That 123 2, 120 | others of which we have spoken (QQ[101],102, seq.). Therefore 124 2, 125 | Reply OBJ 1: The daring spoken of there is that which is 125 2, 158 | virtues, of which we have spoken ~above (Q[143]); while Aristotle ( 126 2, 160 | humility, of which we have spoken ~above (Q[161], A[6]). For 127 2, 161 | soon as the serpent had spoken his words of persuasion, 128 2, 161 | believed the demon to have spoken ~truly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 129 2, 163 | unfittingly stated to have spoken to the woman, and to have 130 2, 169 | nation ~against which I have spoken shall repent of their evil, 131 2, 170 | word ~that the Lord hath spoken? Thou shalt have this sign: 132 2, 170 | thing the Lord hath not spoken."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] 133 2, 170 | Every truth, by whomsoever spoken, is from the Holy Ghost." ~ 134 2, 171 | Spirit of the Lord hath spoken by me"; ~while, on the other 135 2, 172 | nation against which I have spoken shall ~repent of their evil, 136 2, 172 | of the good that I have spoken to do unto ~it." Therefore 137 2, 178 | as he receives ~from the spoken word, and "reading," in 138 2, 183 | person ~in authority has spoken, and, not to say worse than 139 3, 2 | hypostasis when man is spoken of; and hence we can truly 140 3, 5 | mouth of the Lord hath ~spoken." And the whole man is signified 141 3, 6 | incarnate Word ~is like our spoken word. But our word is united 142 3, 7 | of union we have already spoken (Q[2]).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 143 3, 7 | said (Acts 7:38) to have spoken with an angel in the ~desert. 144 3, 16 | Osee 2:16] says, "words spoken ~amiss lead to heresy"; 145 3, 27 | according to the words spoken to her by the angel (Lk. ~ 146 3, 27 | had ~it, from the canticle spoken by her: "My soul doth magnify 147 3, 28 | those things which were spoken concerning Him": and further ~ 148 3, 28 | Wherefore the opening here spoken of does not imply the unlocking 149 3, 35 | 8) says: "Your faith is spoken of in the whole world." ~ 150 3, 42 | began to teach, we have spoken above when ~treating of 151 3, 42 | 18:20): "In secret I have spoken ~nothing."~Aquin.: SMT TP 152 3, 42 | the ~following words are spoken (Wis. 7:13): "Which I have 153 3, 42 | understand this, 'I have spoken openly to the world,' ~as 154 3, 43 | did ~greater works when spoken of by men believing than 155 3, 47 | If I had not come, and spoken to them, they would not 156 3, 47 | Reply OBJ 1: Those words are spoken by the husbandmen of the 157 3, 50 | not": ~which words were spoken prophetically by Caiphas, 158 3, 52 | without by the admonitions ~spoken by the righteous: to those, 159 3, 53 | 8 can be taken as though spoken by ~Christ: "Rejoice not 160 3, 55 | under human aspect, have spoken and ~lived with them, and 161 3, 57 | helper." But these words were spoken of God even before ~Christ' 162 3, 57 | 1: These utterances were spoken prophetically of God who 163 3, 57 | Lord Jesus, after He had ~spoken to them, was taken up to 164 3, 58 | Lord Jesus, after He had spoken to them, was taken up to 165 3, 59 | 48: "The word that I have spoken, ~the same shall judge you [ 166 3, 60 | doing it, not because it is spoken, ~but because it is believed?"~ 167 3, 60 | sacraments "not because it is spoken," i.e. not by the ~outward 168 3, 62 | sacrament "not because it is spoken, but because it is believed." 169 3, 73 | false, because the words spoken in ~the consecration of 170 3, 73 | words, chiefly such as are spoken by departing ~friends, are 171 3, 75 | The words which I have spoken to you," namely, ~of this 172 3, 75 | Christ's words which are spoken by the priest, so that the ~ 173 3, 78 | words would be taken as spoken in the person of the priest 174 3, 78 | by ~all the other words spoken, praise is rendered to God, 175 3, 78 | uses these words, not as spoken in secret, but as openly ~ 176 3, 78 | respect ~to the last word spoken, as if Christ had just then 177 3, 78 | words to be understood as spoken in the person of Christ, 178 3, 78 | OBJ 2: Further, the words spoken in the consecration of the 179 3, 78 | more efficacious than those spoken in the consecration of the 180 3, 78 | But directly the words are spoken - "This ~is My body," there 181 3, 78 | when the pronoun "this" is spoken, the substance of the bread 182 3, 78 | be said that even ~when spoken by the priest they are taken 183 3, 78 | recital, as though they were spoken by Christ, because owing 184 3, 78 | Directly these words are spoken I am silent." But ~neither 185 3, 78 | instant of the words ~being spoken, yet not so that the subject 186 3, 78 | consecrating Christ's blood are spoken.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 187 3, 78 | effect before. the words are spoken for consecrating the wine.~ 188 3, 78 | directly those ~words are spoken. And therefore the thing 189 3, 80 | The ~words that I have spoken to you are spirit and life." 190 3, 80 | fruits, and we have ~already spoken of both (QQ[73],79). The 191 3, 80 | had not come, and ~had not spoken to them, they would be without 192 3, 81 | the sacramental words now spoken by the priest in the ~person 193 3, 82 | are not changed, whether spoken by a ~priest or by anyone 194 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Whether the words spoken in this sacrament are properly 195 3, 83 | It seems that the words spoken in this sacrament are not 196 3, 83 | besides ~Christ's should be spoken in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 197 3, 83 | these are out of place when ~spoken in the celebration of this 198 3, 83 | Consequently, all the words spoken in this sacrament ~ought 199 3, 84 | of which we have already spoken above, ~there is something 200 3, 86 | 3: The word or blasphemy spoken against the Holy Ghost is ~ 201 3, 86 | If I had not come, and spoken to them, they would not 202 Suppl, 16| and other ~passions are spoken of as though they were in 203 Suppl, 48| Blessed Virgin, we have ~spoken about it above (Sent. iv, 204 Suppl, 53| the ~early Church we have spoken above (Q[37], A[3]).~Aquin.: 205 Suppl, 58| fails. We have, however, spoken of the Baptism of mad persons ( 206 Suppl, 64| here lest he seem ~to have spoken figuratively."~Aquin.: SMT 207 Suppl, 73| heard, but through being spoken: so this sound, ~whatever 208 Suppl, 86| The word that I have spoken shall ~judge him in the 209 Suppl, 92| If Christ is sometimes spoken of as the Bride, this is 210 Suppl, 93| However such afflictions are spoken of as a martyrdom by a kind


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