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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | intelligence, which is more ~easily led by what is known through 2 1, 15 | ideas are many. Now it can easily be seen how this is not ~ 3 1, 45 | similar ~expressions may be easily reduced to the above.~Aquin.: 4 1, 52 | Para. 5/5~From this we can easily gather an answer to the 5 1, 58 | angelic mind comprehends most easily at the same time all ~things 6 1, 69 | OBJ 2: This argument is easily solved, according to Augustine' 7 1, 76 | numerically one soul. This ~can easily be explained, if we consider 8 1, 46 | similar ~expressions may be easily reduced to the above.~Aquin.: 9 1, 53 | Para. 5/5~From this we can easily gather an answer to the 10 1, 59 | angelic mind comprehends most easily at the same time all ~things 11 1, 70 | OBJ 2: This argument is easily solved, according to Augustine' 12 1, 75 | numerically one soul. This ~can easily be explained, if we consider 13 1, 77 | the whole body; so it is easily ~distinguished from touch. 14 1, 81 | move it. From this we can ~easily understand why these powers 15 1, 83 | said the objections are easily solved.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 92 | can be likened. We may ~easily understand the reason of 17 1, 94 | beyond one who performs it easily.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 18 1, 98 | the parents), which may easily have some ~effect on the 19 1, 113 | said, the objections can easily be solved.~ 20 2, 2 | stability; in fact, it is easily ruined by ~false report. 21 2, 3 | yet since he can ~always easily turn to it, and since he 22 2, 13 | preference to others: thus we can easily see for ourselves ~that 23 2, 14 | whereby it may be done most easily and best; but if it can 24 2, 23 | than our animal nature can easily acquire or avoid; therefore 25 2, 40 | faculty of doing something easily, and the result of this 26 2, 40 | steadiness; since their minds are easily changed. Therefore ~youth 27 2, 40 | their own ~shortcomings, easily count a thing possible; 28 2, 42 | evil, arduous and not to be easily avoided. From this ~we may 29 2, 42 | an evil which cannot be easily repelled. Since, therefore, ~ 30 2, 42 | at all, or at least ~not easily, are considered as lasting 31 2, 43 | power that one is unable easily to ~repulse a threatening 32 2, 44 | on a plank placed aloft, easily falls through ~fear; whereas, 33 2, 46 | choleric], because they are easily angered; some he calls { 34 2, 47 | cause of his ~being more easily angry. For the Philosopher 35 2, 47 | the cause of a man being easily angered. Because the motive 36 2, 47 | from some defect are more easily hurt. And ~this is why men 37 2, 47 | other defect, are more ~easily angered, since they are 38 2, 47 | angered, since they are more easily grieved.~Aquin.: SMT FS 39 2, 47 | a reason for being more easily angry with ~him?~Aquin.: 40 2, 47 | a reason for being ~more easily angry with him. For the 41 2, 47 | a reason for being more easily angry with him.~Aquin.: 42 2, 48 | which happened long ago easily slip from our memory. But ~ 43 2, 49 | differing in the point of being easily or ~difficultly lost. As 44 2, 49 | imperfectly, so as to be easily lost: whereas we ~call it 45 2, 49 | perfectly, so as not to be lost easily. ~And thus a disposition 46 2, 49 | of their very nature are easily lost, ~because they have 47 2, 49 | their very nature, are ~not easily changed, in that they have 48 2, 49 | by reason of its nature, ~easily changeable, and, through 49 2, 49 | to be liable to ~lose it easily, we say that he is disposed 50 2, 50 | of their very nature, are easily ~changeable.~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 55 | overcome or endure more easily the weakness of the body ~ 52 2, 65 | that has a habit of virtue easily performs the works ~of that 53 2, 67 | to remove: for it is not easily lost, ~except by reason 54 2, 68 | answer to this question is easily gathered from ~what has 55 2, 73 | the ~sinner, if he cannot easily resist sin; and a sin that 56 2, 73 | knowledge and ~virtue, can more easily resist sin; hence Our Lord 57 2, 77 | kind of passion, do not easily turn their imagination away 58 2, 80 | result is that man ~more easily perceives the movement or 59 2, 80 | that ~food may be more easily digested.~Aquin.: SMT FS 60 2, 80 | the wood so as ~to make it easily inflammable. He is not, 61 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 2: A man can more easily transmit that which he has 62 2, 85 | through sinning once, is more ~easily inclined to sin again.~Aquin.: 63 2, 89 | sin we mean that which is easily ~forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT FS 64 2, 95 | prone to vice, ~and not easily amenable to words, it was 65 2, 95 | premises. Wherefore men easily agreed thereto. Nevertheless 66 2, 100 | thing is so much the more easily grasped by the reason, ~ 67 2, 100 | even an uneducated man can easily grasp; and yet they ~need 68 2, 101 | in such a way as ~to be easily understood, as Augustine 69 2, 102 | smells sweetly and ~binds easily together.~Aquin.: SMT FS 70 2, 102 | that anything unclean might easily drop into such ~vessels, 71 2, 102 | less grave, and was more easily expiated. Because the ~former 72 2, 102 | scarlet twice dyed does not easily lose its color, and hyssop 73 2, 102 | which could be procured ~easily and promptly.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 102 | different species ~do not easily breed, unless this be brought 75 2, 105 | a king is so ~great, it easily degenerates into tyranny, 76 2, 105 | commands the rich "to give easily and to ~communicate to others." 77 2, 105 | Now a man does not give easily to others if he ~will not 78 2, 105 | that witnesses might not easily ~depart from the truth, 79 2, 105 | sin, ~since men are not easily cured of habitual sin except 80 2, 105 | the sin: for men are not easily deterred from such sins ~ 81 2, 105 | of other things which can easily be ~safeguarded from a thief, 82 2, 105 | value. But ~sheep cannot be easily safeguarded from a thief, 83 2, 105 | faith by adultery, both easily, ~for motives of pleasure, 84 2, 107 | fact that a wife ought not ~easily to be put away, allowed 85 2, 107 | itself. Moreover they are easily borne, on ~account of the 86 2, 111 | as man's mind is rendered easily movable by the Holy ~Ghost 87 2, 1 | so that it might the more easily be ~proposed to all, lest 88 2, 8 | man's understanding is ~easily moved by the Holy Ghost, 89 2, 10 | faith, for ~subjects are easily influenced by their superiors 90 2, 10 | come to perfect age, might easily be persuaded by ~their parents 91 2, 19 | sorrowful fall the more easily into despair, ~according 92 2, 19 | full of sorrow does not easily think of great and joyful 93 2, 20 | very much, we think we can easily procure it through ~others, 94 2, 28 | give way to sorrow more ~easily, as we shall say further 95 2, 28 | because the mind does not easily see aright, when ~these 96 2, 30 | of life, can nevertheless easily be recovered, so that he 97 2, 30 | 3~The objections may be easily solved from what has been 98 2, 33 | capital vice is ~one which easily gives rise to others as 99 2, 36 | contendeth with God be so easily silenced?" And yet ~Job 100 2, 37 | Now schismatics are more ~easily brought back by such as 101 2, 40 | tyrannical rule. Yet this cannot easily be done without some dissension ~ 102 2, 42 | intelligent, who do not easily understand that one of these ~ 103 2, 47 | and spiritual impressions easily slip from the mind, unless ~ 104 2, 47 | order, so that he may pass easily from one memory to another. 105 2, 47 | shrewdness consists in easily finding the middle term 106 2, 53 | deceitful ways, whereby the more easily to obtain his end. Nevertheless ~ 107 2, 58 | of him, because everyone easily believes what ~he desires. 108 2, 60 | of great ~value and can easily be sent: else it should 109 2, 64 | this world . . . to give easily, to communicate to ~others," 110 2, 68 | A threefold cord is not easily ~broken": and Augustine, 111 2, 68 | such things, wherefore they easily forget ~them. Indeed, a 112 2, 68 | presumed that they ~might easily be induced to give evidence 113 2, 70 | them, because they are more easily angered, through deeming ~ 114 2, 74 | Replies to the objections may easily be gathered.~Aquin.: SMT 115 2, 74 | to the Objections may be easily gathered.~Aquin.: SMT SS 116 2, 75 | the seller and buyer can easily ~discover.~Aquin.: SMT SS 117 2, 81 | of a multitude are more easily heard, wherefore a gloss 118 2, 86 | Since, however, man ~is easily mistaken in judging of matters 119 2, 86 | dispensation, in order that men may easily ~have recourse to someone; 120 2, 87 | committing perjury, ~because man easily offends in words, according 121 2, 87 | swearing lead us to swear easily and from swearing easily, ~ 122 2, 87 | easily and from swearing easily, ~we contract the habit, 123 2, 105 | first place he should not easily ~judge him to be ungrateful, 124 2, 113 | ad Celant): ~"Nothing so easily corrupts the human mind 125 2, 117 | this world . . . to give easily, to communicate to others." 126 2, 117 | because prodigality is easily cured. For not only is the ~ 127 2, 117 | prodigality, but he ~is easily reduced to a state of want, 128 2, 117 | Moreover, ~prodigality is easily turned into virtue on account 129 2, 117 | the covetous man is not easily cured, for the ~reason given 130 2, 120 | Law, dispensation is more easily granted ~than in the Old, 131 2, 121 | irascible faculty that is not easily deterred by the fear of 132 2, 121 | them, or to bear them more easily: since according to Gregory ~( 133 2, 121 | force, ~and we are able more easily to bear earthly wrongs, 134 2, 127 | virtuous deeds: since we can easily accomplish things by means 135 2, 147 | drinker, either because he is easily the worse for ~taking wine, 136 2, 152 | that the sleeper is more ~easily led in his imagination to 137 2, 154 | unstable of reason, and "are easily led" so ~that they follow 138 2, 154 | a passion, which is more easily suppressed.~Aquin.: SMT 139 2, 159 | the ~third is "not to be easily moved, and disposed to laughter"; 140 2, 160 | of humility is "not to be easily moved and ~disposed to laughter," 141 2, 160 | discovered by reason, it is easily avoided, ~both by considering 142 2, 161 | sin to be venial," i.e. easily forgiven [*Cf. FS, Q[89], 143 2, 165 | intelligence, since by so doing men easily fall into error: wherefore ~ 144 2, 169 | wood ~once ignited is more easily ignited again, so too in 145 2, 169 | to devotion, it is more easily recalled to its former devotion. ~ 146 2, 170 | believing such men, may be more easily ~led on to truth. Wherefore 147 2, 174 | outset could they have ~easily found someone to interpret 148 2, 178 | follows ~that all things can easily be seen through the enlightenment 149 2, 181 | Consequently matters which easily change and ~are extrinsic 150 2, 182 | allowed to think that they may easily ~be chosen for something 151 2, 183 | above that "it is more easily allowable for a monk to 152 2, 184 | if it be mortal, he more easily recovers from it. First, 153 2, 184 | intercepted for the ~moment, it is easily restored to its former object. 154 2, 184 | OBJ 3: The just sin not easily out of contempt; but sometimes 155 2, 184 | weakness from which they easily ~arise. If, however, they 156 2, 185 | with their hands they can ~easily sing hymns to God." Thirdly, 157 2, 185 | the world the wherewithal easily to support this life without ~ 158 2, 187 | practiced, in order ~the more easily to avoid sin and attain 159 2, 187 | the religious ~life more easily than those who presume on 160 2, 187 | becoming to children, who are easily drawn to it. But as a consequence ~ 161 2, 187 | enter religion must not easily be admitted, but ~spirits 162 2, 187 | religion, so ~that they are not easily admitted to the religious 163 3, 7 | which resistance ~could not easily be offered; for what we 164 3, 7 | be offered; for what we easily repel we do not fear. And ~ 165 3, 15 | were unavoidable, or not easily avoidable ~by the weakness 166 3, 29 | virgin modesty, and how easily the fair name of ~chastity 167 3, 29 | disposition of the demons easily discovers ~even hidden things: 168 3, 32 | But these expressions are easily explained. Because Chrysostom 169 3, 38 | was thus done much more easily than if he ~had gone in 170 3, 66 | this sacrament: for it can easily be obtained ~everywhere.~ 171 3, 66 | any solemnity, some might easily think ~it to be an ordinary 172 3, 67 | for ~salvation, man can easily find the remedy. Now the 173 3, 67 | something common that is easily obtainable by all, i.e. 174 3, 68 | life, they may the more easily ~persevere therein; according 175 3, 69 | defined as a "quality not ~easily removed, by which one may 176 3, 69 | removed, by which one may act easily and pleasurably." But after ~ 177 3, 72 | of Baptism, because it is easily procured everywhere. ~But 178 3, 72 | such great necessity, be easily sent to ~all parts of the 179 3, 74 | every country, ~yet they can easily be conveyed to every land, 180 3, 80 | oftener, the same could not be easily observed, and so ~it has 181 3, 80 | incautiously handled, it might easily be spilt. And because the 182 3, 86 | unpardonable, i.e. not ~easily pardonable, or that such 183 Suppl, 2 | disposed not to give way ~easily, hence it is that a certain 184 Suppl, 3 | feelings, because man ~cannot easily measure them. Sometimes 185 Suppl, 10| but punishment ~that is easily expiated. and so it does 186 Suppl, 11| A confidence ought not easily to be accepted in this way: ~ 187 Suppl, 12| may avoid sins the more easily.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 188 Suppl, 15| because a man does not ~easily fall back into sin when 189 Suppl, 16| Further, a thing is more easily moved to that which is according ~ 190 Suppl, 29| everywhere, yet it can ~easily be transported from one 191 Suppl, 30| acts still remain, as may easily be seen after recovery. 192 Suppl, 30| the same punishment more easily than a ~weak man. Hence 193 Suppl, 30| remain, the mind is not ~so easily prone to sin.~Aquin.: SMT 194 Suppl, 36| such ~knowledge is obtained easily and from many persons, it 195 Suppl, 54| each of which is the more easily mixed with another, according 196 Suppl, 55| a dispensation is ~more easily granted in the more remote 197 Suppl, 59| for neophytes are more easily perverted than those who 198 Suppl, 62| on account of their being easily ~inclined to concupiscence," 199 Suppl, 65| considerably for there cannot ~easily be peace in a family where 200 Suppl, 66| dispensation should be ~more easily granted.~Aquin.: SMT XP 201 Suppl, 72| he believes he will more easily find favor with them. But 202 Suppl, 72| consequently His will is ~more easily inclined to give us a gracious 203 Suppl, 77| opinion this argument is easily ~answered. For that opinion 204 Suppl, 80| through ~it, and is most easily pierced, is tangible indeed 205 Suppl, 84| time in an instant. This is easily credible with ~regard to 206 Suppl, 92| marriage may be the more easily borne. But in spiritual 207 Suppl, 95| is not based on virtue is easily voided, ~especially in evil


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