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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 22 | stability of necessity to things provided.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 2 1, 23 | anything in ~the things provided for; but is a type in the 3 1, 23 | less, just as he ~pleases (provided he deprives nobody of his 4 1, 23 | as natural effects are provided ~by God in such a way that 5 1, 39 | persons of the one ~essence, provided that these genitives be 6 1, 39 | is tolerated by some, provided that "another" be taken 7 1, 39 | property of the Holy Ghost; provided the ~"use" be taken in a 8 1, 47 | that the divine Architect ~provided this one sun for the one 9 1, 63 | Godlike, he commits ~no sin; provided that he desires such likeness 10 1, 76 | other animals are naturally provided with a ~covering, for instance, 11 1, 76 | are, moreover, naturally provided with arms, as claws, ~teeth, 12 1, 76 | lit. ii, 1). God, however, provided in ~this case by applying 13 1, 39 | persons of the one ~essence, provided that these genitives be 14 1, 39 | is tolerated by some, provided that "another" be taken 15 1, 39 | property of the Holy Ghost; provided the ~"use" be taken in a 16 1, 48 | that the divine Architect ~provided this one sun for the one 17 1, 64 | Godlike, he commits ~no sin; provided that he desires such likeness 18 1, 75 | other animals are naturally provided with a ~covering, for instance, 19 1, 75 | are, moreover, naturally provided with arms, as claws, ~teeth, 20 1, 75 | lit. ii, 1). God, however, provided in ~this case by applying 21 1, 77 | contrary, for this has ~nature provided a variety of organs, that 22 1, 77 | In the same way nature provided various mediums for the ~ 23 1, 84 | which is one and the same, provided that the composition be ~ 24 1, 90 | other animals, for these are provided with covering ~and natural 25 1, 93 | such ~matters, and that provided he does not assent rashly, 26 1, 96 | against such loss man was provided with food, ~taken from the 27 1, 96 | paradise, as now we are provided with the ~food, which we 28 1, 96 | Against this defect man was provided with a remedy in the ~tree 29 1, 101 | other place than ~the one provided for other animals. Therefore 30 1, 117 | but the foetal matter is provided by the female. In this matter, ~ 31 2, 5 | necessaries, although ~it has not provided him with weapons and clothing, 32 2, 5 | weapons and clothing, as it provided other ~animals, because 33 2, 15 | what follows is removed, ~provided that, properly speaking, 34 2, 16 | that use follows choice; provided that by ~use we mean the 35 2, 18 | directed to the good of virtue, provided he direct his body ~itself 36 2, 25 | passions; ~and this is true, provided that by hope and fear we 37 2, 33 | but only accidentally; provided we take ~thirst or desire 38 2, 37 | strives to shake off sorrow, ~provided there is a hope of shaking 39 2, 38 | pleasure and by any other, ~provided it be intense." ~Aquin.: 40 2, 58 | are the limbs of the body, provided they ~be in a healthy condition, 41 2, 58 | knowledge he ~does not sin: provided, however, that this knowledge 42 2, 58 | reason as ~to everything, provided he have it with regard to 43 2, 65 | habits of these virtues - provided we speak ~of acquired virtue. 44 2, 65 | execution: thus animals are provided with ~organs whereby to 45 2, 76 | itself voluntary and sinful, provided it be about ~matters one 46 2, 77 | particular animal is sterile, ~provided he knows it to be a mule, 47 2, 81 | which he has of ~himself, provided it be transmissible. But 48 2, 81 | result of the matter which is provided by the mother, not as punishments, ~ 49 2, 85 | go on ~thus indefinitely, provided that what is subtracted 50 2, 91 | are called human laws, provided the other essential conditions 51 2, 93 | the character of a law, provided the other conditions be ~ 52 2, 95 | anything founded on reason, provided that it foster religion, 53 2, 96 | man bound to obey the law, provided ~he avoid giving scandal 54 2, 103 | Christianity to observe them, provided they did not put their trust 55 2, 105 | etc. Therefore the Law provided insufficiently in ~regard 56 2, 105 | ordering of the rulers was well provided for by the Law.~Aquin.: 57 2, 105 | and so forth. Now the Law provided ~sufficiently in respect 58 2, 105 | These three points were provided for by ~the Law. Because, 59 2, 105 | ii, 6); therefore the Law provided a threefold remedy against 60 2, 105 | of this ~confusion, and provided that the dead should be 61 2, 105 | clear that the Old ~Law provided sufficiently concerning 62 2, 106 | temporal matter. But God provided ~man from the beginning 63 2, 108 | attain to eternal happiness, ~provided he does not place his end 64 2, 10 | public about the faith, provided there be those who are equal 65 2, 25 | and to the children to be provided by ~their parents with what 66 2, 31 | grievous pain or ~death; provided, however, that the mind 67 2, 31 | he is bound by charity, provided there be something in that 68 2, 37 | the unity of the Church, provided they be of commendable ~ 69 2, 38 | Hept. qu. x super Jos): ~"Provided the war be just, it is no 70 2, 38 | carry on a war on holy days, provided there be need for doing 71 2, 40 | It is lawful to fight, provided it be for the common good, ~ 72 2, 41 | is not sinful in ~itself, provided it be done with no evil 73 2, 41 | foretells must happen, provided it be taken conjointly with 74 2, 42 | the love of our neighbor, provided we put not ~aside the love 75 2, 42 | without gaining the victory, provided they do nothing contrary ~ 76 2, 48 | for this reason she has provided ~animals not only with the 77 2, 52 | mortal but a venial sin, ~provided the negligence arise, not 78 2, 55 | make a thing to be ~just provided it be not, of itself, contrary 79 2, 58 | the case, he might have provided for it by law.~Aquin.: SMT 80 2, 60 | another from ~evil-doing (provided he be able and bound to 81 2, 62 | anything for ~the common good, provided it harm nobody: but if it 82 2, 62 | being violated by force, provided ~she does not consent, since " 83 2, 62 | having the power to do so, provided it be ~in keeping with one' 84 2, 62 | to repel force by force, provided one does not exceed the ~ 85 2, 65 | punishment to a guilty person, provided the ~injured party consent 86 2, 66 | is bound to accusation, provided he can offer ~sufficient 87 2, 66 | Praesumunt.]. Otherwise, provided they be in other respects ~ 88 2, 68 | unless the contrary ~appear, provided this does not threaten injury 89 2, 68 | necessary for salvation, provided the ~witness be competent, 90 2, 69 | of the assistance he has ~provided. If, however, he defends 91 2, 69 | and to all like persons; provided, however, they take a ~moderate 92 2, 74 | speak evil of punishment, provided the mode of speaking be 93 2, 75 | useful ~to someone else, provided the seller take as much 94 2, 76 | a usurer by profession; provided the borrower have a good 95 2, 77 | guilty of an omission, provided he does what he can. The 96 2, 79 | deserves no less praise, ~provided there be no failing on the 97 2, 79 | not the merit of virtue, provided it be ~done voluntarily. 98 2, 81 | mercy [*Cf. A[15], ad 1], provided ~however he fulfil the four 99 2, 85 | of a multitude should be provided with all ~goods, so that 100 2, 87 | the fulfilment of truth; provided always that ~the other two 101 2, 87 | condition, for ~instance, "provided he give his consent" or 102 2, 91 | excessive in the divine worship, provided it ~be in accordance with 103 2, 93 | judgment by casting lots, provided due reverence be observed. 104 2, 95 | this is not tempting God, provided there be just motive of 105 2, 98 | custom it is not ~simoniacal, provided there be no intention of 106 2, 98 | the Church or of the poor provided ~they first be broken, after 107 2, 98 | bishop ~also can dispense, provided the beneficiary first of 108 2, 99 | other means of support, provided they incite us to nothing 109 2, 102 | nonetheless praiseworthy, provided ~the will of him that obeys 110 2, 102 | superabundance of perfection; provided, however, such things be 111 2, 105 | if he fails to repay it, provided he be prepared to do so 112 2, 106 | vengeance may be lawful, provided other due ~circumstances 113 2, 106 | should be wrought on them: provided, however, that ~this can 114 2, 110 | involve an officious lie: ~provided it be do without injury 115 2, 116 | ad 1; FS, Q[84], A[4]), ~provided that itself be frequently 116 2, 139 | use ~of pleasant things provided that not only they be not 117 2, 151 | which they are adapted, provided this end be ~something truly 118 2, 151 | acts can be without sin, provided they ~be performed in due 119 2, 151 | not how they are emitted, provided one observe the ~decencies 120 2, 152 | is secret, and cannot be provided by witnesses, because she 121 2, 166 | something novel or ~amusing, provided that joking be not incompatible 122 2, 166 | are they in a state of sin provided that their playing be moderated, ~ 123 2, 169 | be reduced to a passion, provided we understand ~passion to 124 2, 172 | by ~intellectual vision, provided the same truth be revealed 125 2, 173 | is ~directed naturally: provided this be not done intentionally, 126 2, 179 | directly to the active life, provided we take ~prudence in its 127 2, 180 | enter the heavenly kingdom, provided one omit not the good actions 128 2, 182 | degrees of perfection, provided one attain to the lowest.~ 129 2, 183 | will never eat flesh": ~provided, however, the scandal is 130 2, 183 | subjects can be sufficiently ~provided for by another person in 131 2, 183 | His power, ~seeing that He provided for their wants without 132 2, 184 | sin (Q[184], A[2], ad 3), provided there be no contempt, as 133 2, 184 | of one's ~state of life: provided there be no contempt of 134 2, 184 | and we too commend him: ~provided we acknowledge the first 135 2, 185 | labor. Hence nature ~has provided man with hands instead of 136 2, 185 | clothes, with which she ~has provided other animals, in order 137 2, 187 | fulfil what he has ~vowed, provided this be something pertaining 138 2, 187 | this ~cannot be denied, provided it be certain that this 139 2, 187 | regular to a monastic order, provided ~withal that one seek the 140 3, 11 | not actually tend to all; provided it actually tends to ~everything 141 3, 11 | to is not reduced to act; provided ~that that which befits 142 3, 21 | secundum ~quid] - that is, provided no obstacle be discovered 143 3, 34 | but not ~to evil sinfully; provided, however, its nature be 144 3, 36 | built the Ark of Noe, who ~provided others with the means of 145 3, 41 | Hence the Lord ~miraculously provided the children of Israel with 146 3, 41 | fashion ~Christ miraculously provided the crowds with food in 147 3, 41 | However, it ~matters not, provided it be made clear that all 148 3, 48 | suffers for ~justice's sake, provided that he be in a state of 149 3, 49 | bodies: yet there is a remedy provided for man through ~Christ' 150 3, 49 | there is always a remedy provided through Christ's Passion, 151 3, 62 | their guilt remains, man is provided with a special remedy in 152 3, 62 | Under the ~Law circumcision provided the same health-giving balm 153 3, 64 | him as to bodily ~union, provided it be united to him by some 154 3, 64 | confer a true sacrament, ~provided that the other essentials 155 3, 65 | the sacrament of Baptism, ~provided that some unavoidable obstacle, 156 3, 67 | the ~sacrament of Baptism, provided they baptize in the form 157 3, 68 | in the one who ~baptizes: provided the other conditions are 158 3, 72 | is ~possible without it, provided it be not omitted out of 159 3, 75 | Christ is made of bread"; provided that by ~the word "bread" 160 3, 80 | itself or ~with other things, provided it be taken by way of food 161 3, 80 | wherewith the mouth is rinsed, provided they be not ~swallowed in 162 3, 80 | body without the blood, provided that the priest who ~consecrates 163 3, 83 | causes ~mentioned above; provided that the consecrators held 164 3, 84 | matter pre-exists, being ~provided by nature, as water, or 165 3, 84 | sacrament pre-exists, being provided by ~nature; since it is 166 3, 89 | s ~merciful forgiveness, provided they be careful to expiate 167 Suppl, 4 | displeasure, the better it ~is, provided he exercises the acts of 168 Suppl, 5 | sorrow, however slight it be, provided it ~suffice for true contrition, 169 Suppl, 5 | same ~applies to contrition provided it fulfill the necessary 170 Suppl, 6 | wherefore he does not ~sin, provided his confession thereof tally 171 Suppl, 8 | Secondly, that ~they may be provided with suitable remedies for 172 Suppl, 10| man submits by confessing, provided he offers no obstacle ~so 173 Suppl, 11| has heard ~in confession, provided he knows it from some other 174 Suppl, 13| can satisfy for another, provided he be in a ~state of charity, 175 Suppl, 18| confession and absolution, provided he offered no obstacle. ~ 176 Suppl, 19| The assertion is true, provided matter be not lacking as 177 Suppl, 22| those who are not priests, provided they have ~jurisdiction 178 Suppl, 25| efficacy ~claimed for them, provided that he who grants them 179 Suppl, 25| all the good ~deeds done, provided he have charity: secondly, 180 Suppl, 25| action; and in this way, provided there be a ~lawful cause, 181 Suppl, 26| grant them, as he lists, provided the ~cause be a lawful one: 182 Suppl, 27| seculars and religious, provided ~they have charity and satisfy 183 Suppl, 30| the ~guilt is concerned, provided there be no obstacle on 184 Suppl, 30| it ~produces it always, provided there be no obstacle on 185 Suppl, 35| things, since animals are provided with members, by which their 186 Suppl, 38| the episcopal ~dignity, provided they bear no immediate relation 187 Suppl, 38| and the other sacraments, provided they ~observe the due form 188 Suppl, 40| if they be poor, must be ~provided for by the bishop who ordained 189 Suppl, 41| some particular ~nation, provided we understand it as referring 190 Suppl, 43| marriage code, and they provided guarantors. This promise 191 Suppl, 48| I consent to take thee ~provided however that you know me 192 Suppl, 51| him, he ~is wholly excused provided he take due care. Wherefore 193 Suppl, 51| receiving the character, provided he intend to receive what 194 Suppl, 55| in words or in writing, ~provided the person who denounces 195 Suppl, 55| witnesses ~may be called provided they be unexceptionable. 196 Suppl, 61| other, but conditionally, ~provided neither consort meanwhile 197 Suppl, 71| through having, while living, provided for ~suffrage to be offered 198 Suppl, 71| celebrated, their graves provided, and themselves while ~living 199 Suppl, 72| an additional argument is provided by the common custom of 200 Suppl, 72| lost by the action of fire, provided the species ~of water remain. 201 Suppl, 74| and body, since "God has provided something better for us, 202 Suppl, 85| those who are to be ~judged, provided that Christ can be seen 203 Suppl, 88| its purpose is attained, provided this is a sequel ~to, and 204 Suppl, 92| adorned and the husband provided with an adequate support 205 Suppl, 93| virgin will have the aureole provided she be of the number of 206 Suppl, 93| flesh remaining withal, provided it be found at the end ~ 207 Suppl, 93| not forfeit the aureole, ~provided she retain unfailingly the


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