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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | something which in itself ~is capable of being scientifically 2 1, 2 | that ~are changeable and capable of defect must be traced 3 1, 12 | whereby the ~intellect is made capable of seeing God. But on the 4 1, 12 | created intellect is naturally capable of ~apprehending the concrete 5 1, 12 | Thus, if anything which is capable of scientific demonstration 6 1, 12 | which it is intrinsically capable. But no created ~intellect 7 1, 12 | whereof it is intrinsically capable. Which thus ~appears - Everything 8 1, 12 | seen as perfectly as He is capable of ~being seen; thus when 9 1, 12 | perfectly known as it is capable of being known. Hence Augustine, 10 1, 12 | corporeal things, the more it is capable of receiving abstract ~intelligible 11 1, 15 | God knows His ~essence as capable of such imitation by any 12 1, 18 | words, to have a nature capable ~of sensation or understanding. 13 1, 18 | the nature of some to be capable of nothing more ~than taking 14 1, 20 | rational creatures, ~who are capable of returning love, and communicating 15 1, 23 | Further, the angels are capable of beatitude, as well as 16 1, 23 | speaking, a rational creature, ~capable of eternal life, is led 17 1, 23 | Irrational creatures are not capable of that end which ~exceeds 18 1, 25 | proper object to the being capable of being ~warmed. The divine 19 1, 26 | intellectual nature; which is capable of knowing that ~it has 20 1, 43 | belongs to act, and which is capable of sanctification; whereas 21 1, 46 | but also implies a space capable of holding a body and in 22 1, 54 | there should be ~some power capable of rendering such natures 23 1, 54 | things which are naturally capable of being known, and sometimes 24 1, 59 | angelic mind, since it also is capable of knowing God. Therefore ~ 25 1, 60 | simultaneously possess all things capable ~of being understood, but 26 1, 61 | the fact that the mind is capable of truth. But as ~truth 27 1, 61 | nature whereby they are capable of truth. But they ~did 28 1, 62 | received in the subject capable of perfection, according 29 1, 64 | repent. But such as ~are not capable of repenting, cling immovably 30 1, 68 | express the truth ~to those capable of understanding it, he 31 1, 70 | heavenly bodies ~is a substance capable of apprehension, and is 32 1, 70 | dependent on the body, although capable of existing apart from it. 33 1, 76 | and thus, it ~would not be capable of knowing all things, as 34 1, 76 | intellect would not be capable of the knowledge of immaterial 35 1, 43 | belongs to act, and which is capable of sanctification; whereas 36 1, 47 | but also implies a space capable of holding a body and in 37 1, 55 | there should be ~some power capable of rendering such natures 38 1, 55 | things which are naturally capable of being known, and sometimes 39 1, 60 | angelic mind, since it also is capable of knowing God. Therefore ~ 40 1, 61 | simultaneously possess all things capable ~of being understood, but 41 1, 62 | the fact that the mind is capable of truth. But as ~truth 42 1, 62 | nature whereby they are capable of truth. But they ~did 43 1, 63 | received in the subject capable of perfection, according 44 1, 65 | repent. But such as ~are not capable of repenting, cling immovably 45 1, 69 | express the truth ~to those capable of understanding it, he 46 1, 71 | heavenly bodies ~is a substance capable of apprehension, and is 47 1, 71 | dependent on the body, although capable of existing apart from it. 48 1, 75 | and thus, it ~would not be capable of knowing all things, as 49 1, 75 | intellect would not be capable of the knowledge of immaterial 50 1, 77 | being "a power which is capable of preserving whatever ~ 51 1, 87 | good, ~communicable to all capable of virtue." Further, it 52 1, 90 | rational nature, which is ~capable of conceiving an infinite 53 1, 93 | of which the angels are capable in the ~participation of 54 1, 112 | them. But children are not capable of instruction as soon as ~ 55 2, 2 | that good of which man is ~capable, as of something intrinsic 56 2, 2 | the good of which he is capable, as of an object, and which 57 2, 3 | according ~as various things capable of happiness can attain 58 2, 5 | Whoever, ~therefore, is capable of the Perfect Good can 59 2, 5 | Happiness. Now, that ~man is capable of the Perfect Good, is 60 2, 5 | from the fact that man is capable of seeing God, as stated 61 2, 5 | irrational creature, which is not capable of attaining ~this good, 62 2, 32 | this, the more are they capable of being continual.~Aquin.: 63 2, 40 | own estimation, they are capable, for they know not their ~ 64 2, 49 | regard to something else, be capable of determination in several 65 2, 49 | several things should occur, ~capable of being adjusted in various 66 2, 51 | intellective power itself ~capable of knowing all things: for 67 2, 52 | decrease in forms which ~are capable of intensity and remissness, 68 2, 53 | no ~bodily change seems capable of corrupting the intelligible 69 2, 85 | then he would no longer be capable of ~sin. Wherefore it is 70 2, 85 | for the lack of a cause capable of ~reducing it, by forming 71 2, 89 | end, and as far as he is capable of ~discretion at that particular 72 2, 95 | the young, who are more capable of being trained. Consequently ~ 73 2, 104 | precepts do not seem to be capable of division, except in so ~ 74 2, 109 | without grace man is not ~capable of giving God the best love, 75 2, 110 | has an essence, must be capable of grace. ~But this is false; 76 2, 110 | that every soul would be capable ~of grace. Therefore the 77 2, 111 | Divine things, so ~as to be capable of teaching others. Secondly, 78 2, 111 | weight. Thirdly, ~he must be capable of fittingly presenting 79 2, 113 | of grace, in such as ~are capable of being moved thus.~Aquin.: 80 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 1: Infants are not capable of the movement of their 81 2, 113 | Praed. Sanct. v) that "to be capable of having faith and to be ~ 82 2, 113 | having faith and to be ~capable of having charity belongs 83 2, 113 | because the ~soul is naturally capable of grace; since from its 84 2, 10 | Praedest. Sanct. v) that "to be capable to having faith, just as 85 2, 10 | having faith, just as to be ~capable of having charity, is natural 86 2, 14 | carnal vices are at ~times capable of subtle considerations 87 2, 16 | of ~things of which he is capable.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] A[ 88 2, 23 | reality, is nevertheless capable of being distinguished ~ 89 2, 23 | the subject, which is not capable of ulterior perfection.~ 90 2, 23 | so that it still remains capable of receiving a ~further 91 2, 23 | therefore by its very nature is ~capable of destroying charity.~Aquin.: 92 2, 24 | power whose act it is, is capable of reflecting on itself; 93 2, 24 | of its own species, is ~capable of reflecting on itself, 94 2, 24 | is towards ~those who are capable of loving in return. But 95 2, 24 | in him, his being a man capable ~of bliss; and this is to 96 2, 24 | contrary to us, as men and capable of happiness: and it is 97 2, 24 | rational mind that can be ~capable of obtaining happiness, 98 2, 25 | it flows to all who ~are capable of happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 99 2, 27 | obtain more than ~they were capable of desiring: for "neither 100 2, 27 | Yet, since no creature is capable of the joy condignly ~due 101 2, 30 | though his body could ~be capable of perception after death. 102 2, 45 | prudent ~man is one who is capable of taking good counsel." 103 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: A slave is not capable of taking counsel, in so 104 2, 55 | the habit which makes men capable of doing just ~actions."~ 105 2, 56 | habit which makes a man "capable of doing ~what is just, 106 2, 56 | whereby a man ~is said to be capable of doing just actions in 107 2, 56 | needs be between beings ~capable of action. Now actions belong 108 2, 56 | i.e. external actions, are ~capable of being directed to another 109 2, 56 | the common good, ~is more capable of extending to the internal 110 2, 57 | that a just man is no less capable of doing what is ~unjust 111 2, 81 | necessary, and ~even idiots are capable of it. Moreover this attention, 112 2, 83 | something. But not everyone is capable of understanding these ~ 113 2, 86 | this account are said to be capable of guile: and yet they are 114 2, 86 | matter how much they be capable of guile before the years 115 2, 94 | fashion on earth forces capable of carrying ~into effect 116 2, 121 | as they reckon themselves capable ~of defending themselves 117 2, 132 | Further, only the rich are capable of great expenditure. But 118 2, 147 | Meat and drink are alike capable of hindering the good of ~ 119 2, 160 | whereby a man thinks himself capable of things that are ~above 120 2, 187 | use of reason, so as to be capable of guile, which ~use boys 121 2, 187 | the use of reason, ~or be capable of guile, does not take 122 3, 1 | nature has not been made more capable of grace by ~sin. But after 123 3, 1 | sin. But after sin it is capable of the grace of union, which 124 3, 1 | nature would have ~been capable of this grace; nor would 125 3, 1 | nature ~any good it was capable of. Therefore, if man had 126 3, 3 | incarnate, men would have been capable of finding an occasion of ~ 127 3, 4 | Whether human nature was more capable of being assumed than any ~ 128 3, 4 | human nature is not more capable of being ~assumed by the 129 3, 4 | human nature is not ~more capable of being assumed than any 130 3, 4 | irrational creature ~was as capable of assumption as human nature.~ 131 3, 4 | the angelic ~nature was as capable of assumption as the nature 132 3, 4 | whole universe is more capable of being assumed than human 133 3, 4 | to be assumable as being capable of being ~assumed by a Divine 134 3, 4 | nature, forasmuch ~as it is capable of God, viz. by attaining 135 3, 4 | very many parts are not capable of assumption, as was said 136 3, 4 | that only human nature is capable of being assumed.~Aquin.: 137 3, 5 | what was better and more capable of ~prudence; and because 138 3, 5 | For the human soul is not capable of sin ~nor of justifying 139 3, 6 | with the soul ~that it is capable of being united to the Word 140 3, 7 | Himself. Now the soul was not capable of this act, ~on account 141 3, 7 | that addition should be capable of being made ~to Christ' 142 3, 8 | Church. But a ~body is not capable of this spiritual sense 143 3, 9 | the rational ~creature is capable of that blessed knowledge, 144 3, 9 | nature, ~inasmuch as it is capable of it by nature, having 145 3, 10 | corruption, but also of things capable of generation and ~corruption. 146 3, 13 | whereof the creature is not capable. Now there is ~no thing, 147 3, 13 | must be said that He was capable ~of whatever He willed thus, 148 3, 23 | to ~the image of God, are capable of Divine beatitude. And 149 3, 23 | which the rational nature is capable. Therefore it need not ~ 150 3, 23 | creature must needs ~be capable of adoption.~Aquin.: SMT 151 3, 25 | insensible creatures are not capable of being venerated for their 152 3, 25 | the rational creature is capable of being venerated for its 153 3, 27 | that they are rendered capable of fulfilling it, ~according 154 3, 35 | there were in Him a subject capable of such filiation. But this ~ 155 3, 46 | of glory, but as a man capable of suffering.~Aquin.: SMT 156 3, 52 | consequently, they ~were capable of that deliverance which 157 3, 52 | when they are no longer ~capable of the said change. And 158 3, 71 | to ~children, who are not capable of being taught, since they 159 3, 71 | nature, in which man is capable of ~receiving instruction.~ 160 3, 76 | its own natural power is capable of ~beholding it; consequently 161 3, 79 | then, wayfarers are not yet capable of glory, it seems that 162 3, 80 | unbelievers do not seem to be ~capable of eating this sacrament, 163 3, 80 | secondly, because the sinner is capable of ~grace; hence he is more 164 3, 80 | grace; hence he is more capable of receiving this sacrament 165 3, 83 | offered up a sacrifice ~capable of giving eternal salvation; 166 3, 83 | things, since ~they are not capable of receiving grace or spiritual 167 3, 83 | consecrated, not because they are capable of receiving grace, but 168 3, 83 | reason of its humidity, is capable of washing, ~consequently 169 Suppl, 4 | save in those who are ~capable of it; but the fulness of 170 Suppl, 7 | since "we are naturally capable ~of virtue," as the Philosopher 171 Suppl, 19| Further, a woman is not capable of receiving the priesthood, ~ 172 Suppl, 27| of ~help, yet he is less capable of receiving it.~Aquin.: 173 Suppl, 32| can receive Baptism who is capable of a bodily washing, and 174 Suppl, 32| Baptism unless they are capable of a bodily washing. And 175 Suppl, 32| intervals, when they would be capable of acknowledging the sacrament, 176 Suppl, 35| himself for Orders should be capable of receiving them, and this ~ 177 Suppl, 52| generation that are not capable of ~destroying what is already 178 Suppl, 54| baptismal character, if he be capable of receiving it according 179 Suppl, 56| is not baptized is not ~capable of spirituality. Therefore 180 Suppl, 58| discretion when each ~party is capable of sufficient deliberation 181 Suppl, 71| thereby is because he is not capable of profiting by reason ~ 182 Suppl, 71| whom it is performed be capable of availing by it: and a 183 Suppl, 71| it: and a man ~has become capable of this by his own works 184 Suppl, 72| then all things are not capable of being cleansed by fire, 185 Suppl, 72| body is likewise ~for ever capable of being quickened by it, 186 Suppl, 79| qualities which touch ~is capable of discerning: and such 187 Suppl, 81| different way is not rendered capable of measuring things that 188 Suppl, 83| there will be no quality ~capable of altering the human body 189 Suppl, 88| renewal, since they are not capable ~thereof.~Aquin.: SMT XP 190 Suppl, 89| when that which in them is capable of being brought into ~conjunction 191 Suppl, 89| therewith. Now they are not ~capable of being in conjunction 192 Suppl, 89| Now any power that is capable of knowing incorporeal things 193 Suppl, 90| the soul does not become ~capable of more perfect understanding. 194 Suppl, 90| which by its own nature is capable of being in ~matter is more 195 Suppl, 90| more will it render him capable of the Divine ~clarity, 196 Suppl, 92| for instance by making it ~capable of knowledge without phantasms, 197 Suppl, 93| far as the seed power is capable of transforming ~the humors 198 Suppl, 93| incorruption even though they were capable of sexual ~intercourse, 199 Suppl, 94| seeing those things which are capable of ~tormenting the soul. 200 Suppl, 95| shown to them which are capable of causing them sorrow.~ 201 Appen1, 1| which, in some way, one is ~capable of obtaining. Thus no wise


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