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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | directly, and consequently the corresponding habitudes, as ~"Saviour," " 2 1, 24 | there is no book of death corresponding ~to reprobation; as the 3 1, 27 | is an outward procession ~corresponding to the act tending to external 4 1, 27 | be an ~inward procession corresponding to the act remaining within 5 1, 32 | to the Holy Ghost. Hence, corresponding to the ~two relations of 6 1, 45 | although the term "wherefrom," corresponding to the term ~"whereto," 7 1, 76 | three kinds ~of totality, corresponding to three kinds of division. 8 1, 46 | although the term "wherefrom," corresponding to the term ~"whereto," 9 1, 75 | three kinds ~of totality, corresponding to three kinds of division. 10 1, 79 | to the distinction of the corresponding active ~and motive principles; 11 1, 83 | knowledge of ~the sensibles corresponding to that sense.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 83 | intelligible species of which the corresponding sensible species are ~wanting. 13 1, 94 | though it were a punishment corresponding to their own ~disobedience." 14 1, 107 | their own order, as it were, corresponding to the whole ~society of 15 2, 4 | these three, there are a corresponding ~three in Happiness itself. 16 2, 8 | differing in genus there are corresponding ~different powers of the 17 2, 10 | nature there is one thing corresponding, ~proportionate, however, 18 2, 23 | But every approach has a ~corresponding contrary withdrawal, and 19 2, 23 | the passion of "love": the corresponding contrary of which is ~"hatred" 20 2, 29 | love which are not mutually corresponding. Because, according to ~ 21 2, 31 | is a difference of repose corresponding to the difference of ~movement.~ 22 2, 41 | be four species of fear corresponding to them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 46 | perfection of speech," corresponding to the three degrees mentioned 24 2, 55 | in respect of virtue some corresponding disposition. Now virtue ~ 25 2, 58 | perfected by the habit corresponding to that operation: thus, 26 2, 59 | they denied that anything corresponding to sorrow could be ~in the 27 2, 60 | already ~conferred. And corresponding to these various kinds of 28 2, 60 | hence there ~is no virtue corresponding to them; for virtue, "like 29 2, 60 | seemingly, one such evil ~corresponding to each kind of passion. 30 2, 61 | there are ~four virtues, corresponding to the various emotions 31 2, 63 | receive ~from God other habits corresponding, in due proportion, to the ~ 32 2, 65 | two ~reasons are given, corresponding to the different ways of 33 2, 68 | enumeration four are set down corresponding to ~the intellectual virtues, 34 2, 68 | whereas nothing is set down ~corresponding to art, which is the fifth 35 2, 68 | something is included corresponding to justice, viz. piety, 36 2, 68 | viz. piety, and something ~corresponding to fortitude, viz. the gift 37 2, 68 | it seems that some gifts, corresponding to the theological virtues, ~ 38 2, 68 | two gifts are set down as corresponding to wisdom as their ~directing 39 2, 70 | Nor ~is there anything corresponding to the acts of wisdom, and 40 2, 71 | evil habit stands above the corresponding power in goodness or in ~ 41 2, 71 | does it stand below the corresponding act. This is also made ~ 42 2, 72 | circumstance there ~results a corresponding species of sin.~Aquin.: 43 2, 85 | order are diverse, their corresponding privations must ~be diverse 44 2, 85 | form has a certain "mode" ~corresponding to its measure. Lastly owing 45 2, 85 | mode, species and order, ~corresponding to the different degrees 46 2, 87 | a threefold punishment ~corresponding to the three orders to which 47 2, 87 | away from ~something, its corresponding punishment is the "pain 48 2, 87 | inordinately to something, its corresponding ~punishment is the "pain 49 2, 95 | which, therefore, has no corresponding law. Finally, ~there is 50 2, 102 | sacraments of the New Law had corresponding ~figurative sacraments in 51 2, 102 | grace, there would be no ~corresponding sacrament of the Old Law, 52 2, 106 | Son. But there was a state corresponding with the Person of the Father, ~ 53 2, 106 | likewise there is a state corresponding to the Person of ~the Son: 54 2, 106 | there will be a third state corresponding to the Holy Ghost, ~wherein 55 2, 106 | look forward to another law corresponding to the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 56 2, 108 | man himself, in two ways, corresponding to ~man's two interior movements 57 2, 1 | faith itself; (2) Of the ~corresponding gifts, knowledge and understanding; ( 58 2, 1 | which three ~articles refer, corresponding to the three Persons; and 59 2, 4 | science [*In English the ~corresponding 'gift' is called knowledge] 60 2, 8 | practical knowledge, has no corresponding fruit of its own: while 61 2, 8 | knowledge, have but one corresponding fruit, which is ~certainly 62 2, 16 | contrary vices; (4) the corresponding precepts. ~The first of 63 2, 18 | spirit is the beatitude corresponding to the gift of ~fear? ~Aquin.: 64 2, 18 | spirit is not the beatitude ~corresponding to the gift of fear. For 65 2, 22 | charity itself; ~(2) the corresponding gift of wisdom. The first 66 2, 23 | charity increases, there is ~a corresponding increased ability to receive 67 2, 43 | Therefore the ~beatitude corresponding to wisdom should be determined 68 2, 43 | Therefore the beatitude corresponding to wisdom should ~not refer 69 2, 45 | its parts; thirdly, the corresponding gift; ~fourthly, the contrary 70 2, 45 | any habit that has a corresponding special object, distinct 71 2, 45 | different kinds of ~prudence, corresponding to the above differences 72 2, 45 | different species of prudence corresponding to these different ~ends, 73 2, 46 | something to have been assigned corresponding to use.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 74 2, 48 | there should be a paternal corresponding to ~regnative prudence. 75 2, 48 | no species of prudence ~corresponding to other affairs in the 76 2, 49 | common law) judges: ~and corresponding to such higher principles 77 2, 50 | it seems that the gift corresponding to prudence is not ~counsel, 78 2, 50 | unfitting to call ~the gift corresponding to prudence by the name 79 2, 53 | distinguish a ~threefold prudence corresponding to the three kinds of temptation. 80 2, 53 | of the flesh be taken as ~corresponding to prudence in its absolute 81 2, 53 | of the flesh be taken as corresponding to particular prudence, 82 2, 55 | Of its parts;~(3) Of the corresponding gift;~(4) Of the precepts 83 2, 56 | is a particular justice corresponding to the individual, for the ~ 84 2, 78 | Ethic. viii, 13) ~assigns a corresponding twofold just. The legal 85 2, 93 | religion nothing is to be found corresponding as a contrary to ~divination. 86 2, 100 | there ~must needs be a corresponding distinction of virtues in 87 2, 101 | Therefore we must ~distinguish a corresponding difference of dulia: and 88 2, 105 | however, various degrees corresponding in their order to the ~things 89 2, 109 | Hypocrite' is a Greek word ~corresponding to the Latin 'simulator,' 90 2, 119 | piety. For piety is the gift corresponding ~to justice, to which rather 91 2, 120 | divided into two ~tables, corresponding to the love of God and the 92 2, 121 | its parts; (3) the ~gift corresponding thereto; (4) the precepts 93 2, 137 | must next consider the gift corresponding to fortitude, and this is ~ 94 2, 137 | fortitude is ~not the gift corresponding to the virtue of fortitude.~ 95 2, 139 | every virtue there is a corresponding gift, as ~appears from what 96 2, 139 | 3: Temperance also has a corresponding gift, namely, fear, ~whereby 97 2, 146 | itself: and ~consequently corresponding to its diversity there are 98 2, 147 | will be a special virtue corresponding to each different kind of ~ 99 2, 148 | sin. For every sin has a ~corresponding contrary sin, thus timidity 100 2, 156 | state of eternal damnation ~corresponding to various sins." Therefore 101 2, 156 | condemnation ~is assigned as corresponding to each one of them. In 102 2, 162 | sin and ~proportionately corresponding thereto, was the withdrawal 103 2, 184 | possessions wholly to ~God; and in corresponding manner the religious state 104 3, 7 | like, have certain gifts corresponding ~to them in this life which 105 3, 8 | twofold grace in Christ, one corresponding to the ~nature, the other 106 3, 22 | perfect cleansing from ~sins, corresponding to the two things comprised 107 3, 35 | there be two in aspect, corresponding to the two ~relations in 108 3, 60 | an accommodated meaning corresponding to the ~usual forms of speech. 109 3, 65 | Law there was no sacrament corresponding to Confirmation and Extreme ~ 110 3, 65 | begins to be and to live: and corresponding to this in the ~spiritual 111 3, 65 | size and strength: and ~corresponding to this in the spiritual 112 3, 65 | are preserved to man; and ~corresponding to this in the spiritual 113 3, 65 | that restores ~health: and corresponding to this in the spiritual 114 3, 65 | diet ~and exercise: and corresponding to this in the spiritual 115 3, 65 | exercise public acts: and ~corresponding to this in the spiritual 116 3, 72 | wherefore there could be nothing corresponding to it in the Old Law, ~since " 117 Suppl, 17| excluding ~or admitting," corresponding to the two acts of a material 118 Suppl, 21| he incurs a triple loss, corresponding to the three things ~which 119 Suppl, 29| foreshadowed therein by some corresponding sacrament, as by ~a figure 120 Suppl, 32| the powers of the soul, corresponding to those members, and ~they 121 Suppl, 37| distinguishes three ~Orders corresponding to those actions. The first 122 Suppl, 40| interior signification corresponding thereto; so that a person 123 Suppl, 40| spiritual thing inwardly corresponding ~to it, as signate corresponds 124 Suppl, 40| are other degrees of rank corresponding to the degrees of ~union, 125 Suppl, 42| had ~several institutions corresponding to the various things that 126 Suppl, 54| his son, hence it is that ~corresponding to these three relationships 127 Suppl, 54| namely the "descending" line corresponding to the first ~relationship, 128 Suppl, 54| relationship, the "ascending" line corresponding to the second, and the ~" 129 Suppl, 54| and the ~"collateral" line corresponding to the third. Since however 130 Suppl, 69| there is a twofold limbo corresponding to that sin.~Aquin.: SMT 131 Suppl, 72| has an active principle ~corresponding to it in nature, according 132 Suppl, 80| would be two straight lines corresponding to the two ~bodies in that 133 Suppl, 83| are two kinds of passion, corresponding to two ways ~in which one 134 Suppl, 83| from fire materially; and corresponding to this manner of ~reception 135 Suppl, 83| likeness of things: wherefore corresponding to this mode of ~reception 136 Suppl, 85| that a general judgment corresponding on the ~other hand with 137 Suppl, 86| to each one the reward corresponding to his merit. But there 138 Suppl, 88| perfection of the universe, ~one corresponding to this state of changeableness, 139 Suppl, 88| changeableness, the other ~corresponding to the state of a future 140 Suppl, 90| they have various mansions ~corresponding to their various lightness.~ 141 Suppl, 92| there should be something ~corresponding to the memory, since fruition 142 Suppl, 92| there should be something ~corresponding to hope, since fruition 143 Suppl, 92| habit, namely knowledge, corresponding to ~memory and understanding: 144 Suppl, 93| concerned. Wherefore the reward corresponding ~to merit by reason of charity, 145 Suppl, 93| greater than ~any reward corresponding to an action by reason of 146 Suppl, 93| martyr, and doctor; yet the ~corresponding accidental reward in Christ 147 Suppl, 93| should be a fourth aureole corresponding to ~the virtue of justice.~ 148 Suppl, 93| is an exceptional reward corresponding to an ~exceptional victory: 149 Suppl, 94| be ~not only pain of loss corresponding to the aversion that was 150 Suppl, 94| but also pain of sense corresponding to the conversion, it follows ~ 151 Suppl, 94| according as each sin has its corresponding punishment, since "inordinate ~ 152 Appen1, 1| original sin there is something corresponding to aversion, namely ~the 153 Appen1, 1| original justice, and something corresponding to ~conversion, namely concupiscence.


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