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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 22 | nature; yet they are in keeping with the plan of universal ~ 2 1, 53 | the mid-space, is quite in keeping with an angel's nature; 3 1, 54 | and will. And it is in ~keeping with the order of the universe 4 1, 57 | understanding is not in keeping with the nature of the angels, ~ 5 1, 62 | directed towards what is in ~keeping with its nature. Therefore, 6 1, 62 | more ~probable, and more in keeping with the sayings of holy 7 1, 62 | between opposite things, keeping the order ~of the end in 8 1, 63 | but only by such as are in keeping with ~spiritual things; 9 1, 64 | substances. But this is not in keeping with their unhappiness: 10 1, 54 | the mid-space, is quite in keeping with an angel's nature; 11 1, 55 | and will. And it is in ~keeping with the order of the universe 12 1, 58 | understanding is not in keeping with the nature of the angels, ~ 13 1, 63 | directed towards what is in ~keeping with its nature. Therefore, 14 1, 63 | more ~probable, and more in keeping with the sayings of holy 15 1, 63 | between opposite things, keeping the order ~of the end in 16 1, 64 | but only by such as are in keeping with ~spiritual things; 17 1, 65 | substances. But this is not in keeping with their unhappiness: 18 1, 95 | animals. ~Therefore it is in keeping with the order of nature, 19 1, 101 | dwelling-place for man, and ~in keeping with his original state 20 1, 101 | ceases to shine); and by ~keeping man from all corruption 21 1, 107 | but also as regards the keeping of the ~knowledge acquired. 22 1, 117 | afflicting nature. This is in keeping ~with the opinion of Origen, 23 2, 5 | of every ~creature is in keeping with the mode of his substance: 24 2, 28 | Moreover this union is in keeping with the demands of love: 25 2, 31 | thereof all at once, in keeping with the nature ~of the 26 2, 31 | it is "an establishing in keeping with the thing's nature," 27 2, 40 | await [exspectare] ~implied keeping one's eyes on another [ex 28 2, 42 | then, prevents a ~man from keeping himself from fearing one 29 2, 49 | explanation seems more in keeping with the intention of Aristotle: ~ 30 2, 54 | repugnance to that which is in keeping with ~nature: thus, various 31 2, 57 | art, and have it in good keeping: whereas prudence is ~necessary 32 2, 66 | was not found his like in keeping the law of the most High," [* 33 2, 73 | commensuration of the humors, in keeping with an animal's nature, 34 2, 96 | on men ~should also be in keeping with their condition, for, 35 2, 102 | days should be fixed for keeping solemn festivals; so that 36 2, 103 | which would be both in keeping with the interior ~worship, 37 2, 103 | introduced which would be in ~keeping with the state of divine 38 2, 104 | justice and ~equity, in keeping with the demands of that 39 2, 108 | which are necessarily in keeping with, or in opposition to ~ 40 2, 108 | necessarily opposed to, or in keeping with faith that ~worketh 41 2, 1 | in a manner that is in keeping with living faith, so that 42 2, 1 | it is better and more in keeping with ~the common use, to 43 2, 5 | faith, so does he also in keeping the commandments of the 44 2, 10 | is a matter of will, and keeping a ~vow, a matter of obligation, 45 2, 10 | matter of ~the will, whereas keeping the faith, when once one 46 2, 23 | health much, are irregular in keeping to their diet: and thus 47 2, 24 | destroy nature. Now it is in keeping with ~nature that every 48 2, 26 | subjects seems to be ~more in keeping with nature, and, for that 49 2, 26 | consequently it is more in keeping with charity.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 28 | there are precepts about ~keeping peace, for example: "Have 51 2, 30 | what is his ~own. Yet by keeping it he will not give alms. 52 2, 30 | cannot without it ~live in keeping with his social station, 53 2, 30 | the decencies of life in ~keeping with his own position. Accordingly 54 2, 30 | insufficient for one to live in keeping with one's station and the ~ 55 2, 36 | manner of contending is in keeping with the ~persons and the 56 2, 38 | they are ~included in the keeping of the Sabbath prescribed 57 2, 53 | that ~Christ had a bag for keeping things in, which Judas carried, 58 2, 61 | the gentiles ascribed the keeping of accounts to ~Mercury, " 59 2, 62 | men. In fact this is in keeping with the commandment of 60 2, 62 | Further, what is done in keeping with the order of justice 61 2, 62 | do so, provided it be ~in keeping with one's person." Now 62 2, 63 | corrupted, although they are in keeping with universal ~nature. 63 2, 63 | maimed, is nevertheless in keeping with ~natural reason in 64 2, 64 | thing, so does it consist in keeping it ~back.~Aquin.: SMT SS 65 2, 64 | with the intention, not of keeping it but of ~returning it 66 2, 76 | that it may be in safer keeping, since this is to use a 67 2, 81 | so as not to be out of keeping ~with those among whom we 68 2, 81 | temptation which hinders us from keeping ~God's will, and to this 69 2, 85 | whereas there ~is no sin in keeping the judicial precepts during 70 2, 86 | Renouncing the devil's pomps and keeping the faith of ~Christ are 71 2, 86 | lack of discretion, and in ~keeping his vow he was wicked." 72 2, 86 | is ~seriously burdened by keeping such a vow, and should he 73 2, 86 | virtue, ~as, for instance, keeping the fast or observing continency; 74 2, 86 | than to be dispensed from keeping it. But a ~vow cannot be 75 2, 86 | when he is dispensed from ~keeping a human law, this does not 76 2, 86 | does not ~dispense him from keeping a precept of the natural 77 2, 86 | renouncing of property, like the ~keeping of chastity, is so bound 78 2, 86 | can dispense a monk from ~keeping chastity," it follows seemingly, 79 2, 86 | the divine precept about keeping one's vows, as ~stated above ( 80 2, 87 | in swearing, and sins in keeping his oath: whereas if a man 81 2, 87 | yet he does not sin in keeping his oath, ~though he does 82 2, 87 | is impossible, since the keeping ~of an oath comes under 83 2, 87 | Divine precept about the keeping of oaths.~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 91 | and of the Church, and in ~keeping with the customs of those 85 2, 93 | appear to the sleeper, in keeping ~with the disposition of 86 2, 98 | ordinance would be more in keeping with the law, if it were ~ 87 2, 104 | himself a thing except by keeping it. Nevertheless things 88 2, 106 | vengeance on the wicked in keeping with his ~rank and position 89 2, 108 | the truth prudently, by keeping it back, as Augustine says ~( 90 2, 108 | was he faithless in not ~keeping his promise, because circumstances 91 2, 115 | so to ~speak, from his keeping and ownership, and shows 92 2, 115 | keep. But receiving and keeping do not seem to be ~connected 93 2, 115 | rather than use: while the keeping of money, in so far as ~ 94 2, 115 | to movement, than in its keeping, which is ~likened to rest. 95 2, 116 | since a man harms ~no one by keeping what is his own. Therefore 96 2, 116 | necessary ~for him to live in keeping with his condition of life. 97 2, 116 | immediately the acquisition and ~keeping of such things, when, to 98 2, 116 | respect of the acquisition and keeping ~of riches. In this way 99 2, 116 | in ~the acquisition and keeping of riches from the point 100 2, 116 | the exterior taking and keeping of money, ~and in the spending 101 2, 119 | congruity may be observed in keeping with the special nature 102 2, 139 | place and time, ~and in keeping with those among whom one 103 2, 140 | beautiful is that which is in keeping with man's excellence in 104 2, 145 | account of poverty, from keeping the fasts ~of the Church. 105 2, 150 | deserving of greater praise than keeping oneself free from inordinate ~ 106 2, 150 | virginity, if it were in keeping with the ~times for him 107 2, 150 | fought Christ's battle in keeping with the ~difference of 108 2, 151 | due manner and order, in keeping with the end of human ~procreation.~ 109 2, 166 | times ~or places, or out of keeping with the matter in hand, 110 2, 173 | the body. Hence it is in ~keeping with the rule itself of 111 2, 178 | things are direct," i.e. in keeping with ~the dispositions of 112 2, 179 | 1 Jn. 3:2). This is in keeping ~with the saying of Jeremias 113 2, 184 | monasterium) that "the keeping of chastity and the renouncing 114 2, 184 | other ~things besides the keeping of continence and poverty.~ 115 2, 186 | of care in acquiring or keeping external things. But so 116 2, 187 | who are not practiced in keeping the commandments should ~ 117 2, 187 | religion for the purpose of keeping the counsels, unless one 118 2, 187 | cannot be ~observed without keeping the counsels, but that the 119 2, 187 | the counsels, but that the keeping of the ~counsels conduces 120 3, 2 | But others desirous of keeping the unity of person, held 121 3, 19 | the soul to the body, in keeping with human merit; so that 122 3, 28 | First, because this was in ~keeping with a property of Him whose 123 3, 28 | virginity. ~Therefore the keeping of virginity was contrary 124 3, 29 | But the first is more in keeping with the Gospel narrative.~ 125 3, 30 | Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it is in keeping with the certainty of that 126 3, 36 | shepherds watching, and keeping the ~night-watches over 127 3, 36 | Moreover, they offer gifts in ~keeping with Christ's greatness: " 128 3, 40 | manner of life had to be in keeping with the ~end of His Incarnation, 129 3, 40 | above (A[1]), it was in keeping with the end of ~the Incarnation 130 3, 40 | First, because this was in keeping with the duty of ~preaching, 131 3, 40 | protestation of a man's purpose of ~keeping the Law, according to Gal. 132 3, 40 | creatures, yet He ever ~works by keeping and governing His creatures. 133 3, 46 | Christ's Passion was in ~keeping with both His mercy and 134 3, 46 | because it was specially in keeping with His humility: that, 135 3, 47 | of all, because it was in keeping with human ~justification, 136 3, 47 | obedience. Thirdly, it was in ~keeping with His victory whereby 137 3, 51 | His burial should be in keeping with His death. But Christ 138 3, 54 | there was nothing out of keeping or deformed in the body ~ 139 3, 57 | The place ought to be in keeping with what is contained ~ 140 3, 57 | local motion, a thing not in keeping ~with the Divine Nature, 141 3, 57 | Yet the ~Ascension is in keeping with Christ according to 142 3, 62 | sign appears to be more in keeping with an effect. But a sacrament 143 3, 66 | this seems to be more in keeping ~with the effect of Baptism, 144 3, 70 | circumcision man made profession of keeping the Old ~Law, just as in 145 3, 70 | Baptism he makes profession of keeping the New Law; ~wherefore 146 3, 72 | Nevertheless, ~something of keeping with the matter of this 147 3, 74 | bread seems to be more in keeping with the Passion ~than wheaten 148 3, 74 | because ~this is more in keeping with the sincerity of the 149 3, 74 | from the grape is more in keeping with the effect of this 150 3, 76 | shedding. Secondly, it is in keeping with the use of this sacrament, 151 3, 76 | drink. Thirdly, it is in keeping with its effect, in which 152 3, 81 | of justice, it was not in keeping with His teaching ~authority 153 3, 83 | chrism." And this ~is in keeping with the signification of 154 3, 83 | sepulchre. ~This is also in keeping with the use of the sacrament. 155 3, 83 | thanks." But it is out of keeping to address one individual 156 3, 83 | or dangers can be met by keeping to ~the Church's statutes.~ 157 3, 84 | effect in a manner that is in keeping with the ~matter. Hence 158 3, 84 | because it is more in keeping with the ~words of our Lord, 159 3, 84 | old and in the New Law, in keeping with the ~imperfection of 160 3, 90 | time being, as ~also in keeping with other due circumstances, 161 Suppl, 11| else than the obligation of keeping ~the confession secret, 162 Suppl, 21| and Saphira to death for ~keeping back the price of their 163 Suppl, 29| Father," etc., which is in keeping with the forms of ~the other 164 Suppl, 34| fact that the matter is in ~keeping with the use of power. This 165 Suppl, 49| to word [fiant dicta] by keeping one's promises; for since 166 Suppl, 53| s body to the effect of keeping continence for God's sake, ~ 167 Suppl, 53| he should atone for not ~keeping continence, by his tears 168 Suppl, 54| and because this was in keeping ~with the sevenfold grace 169 Suppl, 65| marriage goods, ~includes the keeping of faith with God, because 170 Suppl, 65| natural law, if it is not in keeping with the due end intended 171 Suppl, 67| acted as though they were keeping ~the law, their sin seemed 172 Suppl, 69| is assigned to souls in keeping with their reward or ~punishment, 173 Suppl, 72| of a simple is ~more in keeping with the perfection of glory, 174 Suppl, 73| D, 43), or as being ~in keeping with the use of the trumpet 175 Suppl, 75| of death. It is also ~in keeping with the order of nature 176 Suppl, 83| punished for ever. ~This is in keeping with the demands of Divine 177 Suppl, 86| judicial power is more in ~keeping with martyrs and virgins 178 Suppl, 86| the ~supremacy which is in keeping with the state of this world: 179 Suppl, 88| ever. But this is not in keeping with our faith, which ~holds 180 Suppl, 94| It is, however, more in keeping with Scripture to say that 181 Suppl, 96| Therefore it would seem ~out of keeping with Divine justice that 182 Appen2, 1| probable, however, and more in keeping with the ~statements of


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