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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 30 | sense, as plurality ~is employed to remove unity, and unity 2 1, 32 | Reply OBJ 2: Reason may be employed in two ways to establish 3 1, 32 | uniform velocity. ~Reason is employed in another way, not as furnishing 4 1, 43 | pre-existing things are employed to signify something. ~But 5 1, 43 | pre-existing things are employed to signify something. ~But 6 1, 81 | The word "necessity" is employed in many ways. For that ~ 7 1, 91 | whether the angels were employed by God in the formation 8 1, 114 | bodies, not virtues, can be employed ~with local movement. Therefore 9 1, 114 | things: and when they are employed with local movement for 10 1, 117 | Moreover, elemental heat is employed instrumentally by the ~soul' 11 1, 118 | by the nutritive power is employed as semen by the generative ~ 12 2, 7 | signify local movement are employed to designate all other ~ 13 2, 22 | Secondly, the word "passive" is employed in its proper sense, ~when 14 2, 67 | commutations of things employed in this present life. But, 15 2, 68 | find there that the term employed is "spirit" rather than " 16 2, 99 | ii, ~3,4), "of all signs employed by men words hold the first 17 2, 102 | sense, because the words are employed in order to ~convey that 18 2, 102 | form thereof); while they employed oxen for ~agriculture, which 19 2, 102 | portable ~tabernacle was employed for divine worship, no place 20 2, 102 | the Gentiles ~sometimes employed human blood and seed. All 21 2, 102 | moreover, three liquids were ~employed: viz. blood, against the 22 2, 102 | consecrated; thirdly, they were employed in the ministry. ~All in 23 2, 102 | only, which were ~to be employed in the sacrifices. The tip 24 2, 102 | animals to their idols, or ~employed them for the purpose of 25 2, 102 | idolatry ~of the Egyptians, who employed various mixtures in worshipping 26 2, 102 | in worshipping ~the stars employed various combinations of 27 2, 103 | ordered by the Law to be ~employed as remedies for the removal 28 2, 103 | implies this in the terms employed: for it is ~written (Lev. 29 2, 103 | But these ceremonies ~were employed for the purpose of taking 30 2, 105 | for milk, and its hide is employed for various purposes": and ~ 31 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 2: The reasons employed by holy men to prove things 32 2, 31 | remedy which should ~be employed against a man's sin. Now 33 2, 37 | suffices, another should not be employed.~ 34 2, 38 | ambush which may be lawfully employed in a just war.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 47 | the sense in which it ~is employed by rhetoricians, but also 36 2, 55 | word "medicine" was ~first employed to signify a remedy used 37 2, 56 | such ~expressions may be employed metaphorically. Hence, justice 38 2, 56 | expressions are properly employed; and yet they are transferred 39 2, 64 | certain violence and coercion employed ~in taking unjustly from 40 2, 70 | these terms are sometimes employed one for the other.~Aquin.: 41 2, 75 | Moreover real gold can be employed ~more frequently, and lasts 42 2, 81 | external things that are employed for God's service, so ~too, 43 2, 81 | clear from the very style employed by the ~Church in praying: 44 2, 81 | vocal. And yet the voice is ~employed in such like prayers for 45 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 1: Vocal prayer is employed, not in order to tell God ~ 46 2, 82 | tokens of ~Divine worship are employed in doing honor to men, either 47 2, 85 | OBJ 4: Tithes should be employed for the assistance of the 48 2, 86 | solemnization is not wont to be employed, save when a man gives ~ 49 2, 87 | are desirable, and to be employed frequently as ~something 50 2, 87 | oath." ~But oaths are not employed in order to substantiate 51 2, 87 | its end, since ~oaths are employed in order to justify men, 52 2, 87 | divine things. But oaths are employed ~in connection with human 53 2, 87 | dangerous it is, unless it be employed ~aright; for, as it is written ( 54 2, 87 | not given to ~creatures employed in an oath in the ways mentioned 55 2, 87 | binding force. An oath is ~employed in order to confirm the 56 2, 87 | But an oath ~should not be employed, save in a matter about 57 2, 87 | Apostle (Heb. 6:16), is employed for ~the purpose of confirmation. 58 2, 88 | adjuration may be lawfully ~employed in respect of anyone.~Aquin.: 59 2, 88 | appeal; and this cannot be employed towards ~irrational creatures, 60 2, 89 | Therefore chants should not be employed in the divine praises.~Aquin.: 61 2, 89 | of this description were employed, both because the ~people 62 2, 89 | sung by a chant ~that is employed for the purpose of giving 63 2, 90 | names of ~the virtues are employed by transposition in an evil 64 2, 92 | far as certain sins were employed in the worship of idols; 65 2, 94 | it follows that ~they are employed for the purpose of producing 66 2, 94 | if in ~addition there be employed certain characters, words, 67 2, 94 | was the ~first instrument employed by the devil in order to 68 2, 101 | corporal things themselves are ~employed as signs in acknowledgment 69 2, 109 | useful and sometimes to be employed"; and David "changed ~his 70 2, 115 | far, to wit, as they are employed for the fulfilment of ~some 71 2, 115 | greater the force [virtus] employed. Hence ~parting with money 72 2, 116 | to have been originally ~employed in connection with possessions 73 2, 123 | inordinate fear ~of any evil, is employed to denote inordinate fear 74 2, 125 | passions are ~sometimes employed in the sense of excess, 75 2, 132 | broad sense "facere" is employed to denote any action, whether 76 2, 147 | Nevertheless, sobriety may ~be employed in a general sense so as 77 2, 147 | sobriety is ~not properly employed in connection with all things, 78 2, 149 | The word "chastity" is employed in two ways. First, ~properly; 79 2, 149 | the word ~"chastity" is employed metaphorically: for just 80 2, 152 | and "rape" if violence be employed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 81 2, 152 | a ~virgin. This force is employed sometimes both towards the 82 2, 152 | house. Again, the force employed in rape differs in another ~ 83 2, 152 | remain no matter how force is employed. There is rape without seduction ~ 84 2, 152 | seduction; and if force be employed it will be spiritual rape, ~ 85 2, 160 | cause," wherefore ~it may be employed to denote any of the other 86 2, 163 | agent; whereas the woman was employed as an instrument of temptation 87 2, 166 | very species of ~the acts employed for the purpose of fun, 88 2, 167 | products of which may ~be employed by man either for a good 89 2, 174 | from the ~figures of speech employed, according to Dan. 5:16, " 90 2, 175 | answer that, Speech may be employed in two ways: in one way 91 2, 182 | solemnity of ~consecration is employed together with the aforesaid 92 2, 183 | of the Church have to be employed ~not only for the use of 93 2, 183 | of the churches should be employed for the good ~of the poor. 94 2, 186 | to make use of money, and employed ~other things, living according 95 3, 2 | word "nature" was further employed to signify any intrinsic 96 3, 8 | OBJ 1: The word "head" is employed in that passage in regard 97 3, 35 | Person: both when a word is employed to stand for it, signifying ~ 98 3, 46 | various concurring means employed are themselves helpful to ~ 99 3, 46 | sins. Furthermore, it is employed as ~a useful means of satisfying 100 3, 46 | transcriber: since the characters employed by them to ~represent 3 101 3, 47 | And so the expression employed by Job (21:14) can be ~accepted 102 3, 55 | meaning: ~sometimes it is employed to designate any sort "of 103 3, 55 | it means ~a sensible sign employed to manifest the truth; thus 104 3, 55 | above, some proofs were employed by Christ ~to prove the 105 3, 60 | their nature; but not as employed to signify spiritual things, 106 3, 60 | institution what things are to be ~employed for the purpose of signification 107 3, 60 | the sensible things to be employed in the ~sacraments.~Aquin.: 108 3, 60 | the sensible things to ~be employed in the worship of God were 109 3, 60 | stated above (AA[2],3), are employed ~as signs for man's sanctification. 110 3, 60 | signification which is most commonly employed ~for the action by which 111 3, 60 | and therefore water is employed as the matter of ~baptism.~ 112 3, 62 | when the ~sacraments are employed. And they give as an example 113 3, 62 | instituted by God to be employed ~for the purpose of conferring 114 3, 66 | things besides water are employed in washing, such as wine, ~ 115 3, 66 | because it is more ~commonly employed in washing, so for the purpose 116 3, 72 | Further, every consecration employed in the sacraments is ~ordained 117 3, 74 | men ~are commonly fed, are employed in this sacrament for the 118 3, 74 | other ~breads seem to be employed when this fails. And consequently 119 3, 74 | Therefore it should not be employed ~as the matter of this sacrament.~ 120 3, 74 | any other kind might be employed; which is ~contrary to the 121 3, 74 | than water ought to be ~employed."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 122 3, 78 | the ~imperative mood were employed, so as to say: "Be this 123 3, 78 | evident that then they were employed, not ~materially, but significatively. 124 3, 78 | the future tense would be employed, and not one of the present ~ 125 3, 83 | that whatever words are employed in this matter, ~are chosen 126 3, 84 | corporeal things are not employed that, under them, the power 127 3, 84 | some corporeal matter is ~employed externally, e.g. in Baptism, 128 3, 84 | etc., and such is the form employed by the Church in sacramental ~ 129 3, 84 | deprecatory form, but sometimes employed the indicative or imperative: ~ 130 3, 84 | consist in the use of matter employed ~outwardly, the matter being 131 3, 84 | sign of the cross, which is employed in the Eucharist, ~would 132 3, 84 | such and such ~a matter be employed for a sacrament requires 133 Suppl, 1 | that ~which the word is employed to signify by way of metaphor. 134 Suppl, 3 | because the passions are ~employed by the reason, in acts of 135 Suppl, 9 | which is ~most commonly employed for the purpose of manifestation, 136 Suppl, 29| the matter which should be employed in this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 137 Suppl, 29| everywhere. Now the words employed according to the custom 138 Suppl, 34| matter. Therefore the things employed in ~this sacrament are its 139 Suppl, 34| answer that, The matter employed outwardly in the sacraments 140 Suppl, 34| sacrament. And the matter is employed to show the ~powers conferred 141 Suppl, 36| word "sacerdos" [priest] is employed to signify one who ~gives 142 Suppl, 40| tonsure is ~a corporal sign employed by the Church. Therefore 143 Suppl, 40| and whatsoever else is ~employed in the Divine worship.~Aquin.: 144 Suppl, 42| efficacious remedy ~could be employed against the disease of concupiscence; 145 Suppl, 42| Reply OBJ 4: A remedy can be employed against concupiscence in 146 Suppl, 46| answer that, An oath is employed in confirmation of one's 147 Suppl, 58| of the Church which are employed for the repression of the 148 Suppl, 64| time other means may be employed for the ~repression of concupiscence; 149 Suppl, 72| In another sense it is employed to denote all the angels: 150 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 1: Fire is not employed by us in its proper matter ( 151 Suppl, 72| this reason is a creature employed as a minister, ~that it 152 Suppl, 76| different parts of the body are ~employed in different works, whether 153 Suppl, 89| strict sense in ~which it is employed signifies a ratio of quantity 154 Suppl, 92| and in this ~sense ovid employed the word "endowment" (De 155 Suppl, 92| for whenever a term is employed to signify a ~certain thing


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