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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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referring

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | who understands. ~Taken as referring to the thing understood, 2 1, 13 | is simple. But taken as ~referring to the one who understands, 3 1, 31 | do not understand ~it as referring to the person of the Father, 4 1, 48 | But this is to be taken as referring to good and ~evil in general, 5 1, 66 | formlessness of matter be taken as referring to the condition of primary ~ 6 1, 74 | explanations are looked at as referring to the ~mode of production, 7 1, 49 | But this is to be taken as referring to good and ~evil in general, 8 1, 67 | formlessness of matter be taken as referring to the condition of primary ~ 9 1, 73 | explanations are looked at as referring to the ~mode of production, 10 1, 83 | are to be understood as referring ~to the medium of intellectual 11 1, 84 | otherwise" be taken as ~referring to the one who understands. 12 1, 84 | essence or quiddity, in referring one thing to another, ~as 13 1, 88 | may also say ~that he is referring to the way of understanding 14 1, 92 | Someone might answer by referring to Augustine's statement ~( 15 1, 99 | are to be understood as referring, not ~to the habit of righteousness, 16 2, 4 | not to ~be understood as referring to inequality of quantity; 17 2, 9 | Odyssey xviii. 135] (referring to Jupiter, by whom they 18 2, 16 | 10): "We use things by referring them to something else which 19 2, 17 | as it ~is in the reason referring this to the end, precedes 20 2, 26 | that, We find four words referring in a way, to the same thing: ~ 21 2, 26 | the word itself implies [*Referring to the ~Latin "carus" (dear)].~ 22 2, 28 | indwelling may be understood as ~referring both to the apprehensive 23 2, 35 | iii, 10. Accordingly, in referring to the ~objects of the other 24 2, 39 | passage is to be taken as referring to excessive ~sorrow, which 25 2, 57 | But there ~is one virtue referring to all matters of counsel. 26 2, 66 | taken in another way, as referring to virtues of the ~same 27 2, 66 | understood in two ways. First, as referring to their ~specific nature: 28 2, 66 | Secondly, it may be taken as referring to the degree of ~participation 29 2, 67 | Apostle is to be understood as referring ~to the material element 30 2, 68 | we lead a good life" ~as referring to the rectitude of life 31 2, 68 | above (OBJ 1): hence he is referring to ~knowledge, in the sense 32 2, 71 | sin to ~include something referring to external action.~Aquin.: 33 2, 74 | Verb. Apost. xii, 2,3), as referring ~to the evil of concupiscence, 34 2, 74 | is to be ~understood as referring to the "fomes," which is 35 2, 74 | proposition is delivered by referring it to the ~first principles; 36 2, 76 | Ambrose may be understood as referring to ~simply affected ignorance; 37 2, 77 | whether ~this be taken as referring to the sight itself, of 38 2, 88 | mortal be ~taken literally as referring to the death of the body, 39 2, 88 | it, but as using it, by ~referring it to God, not actually 40 2, 88 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is referring to the fact of many venial 41 2, 89 | at the same time, either referring it to God, as the last end, 42 2, 95 | are to be understood as referring ~to decisions of rulers 43 2, 95 | law," and "public law," referring to ~priests and magistrates; 44 2, 96 | of the delay involved by referring the matter to authority, 45 2, 99 | in decrees": where he is referring to the Old Law, ~as the 46 2, 100 | distinguishes three precepts as referring ~to God, and seven as referring 47 2, 100 | referring ~to God, and seven as referring to our neighbor.~Aquin.: 48 2, 100 | distinguishes four precepts as referring to ~God, unites these two 49 2, 100 | distinguishes ~three precepts as referring to God, and seven as referring 50 2, 100 | referring to God, and seven as referring to our ~neighbor. And this 51 2, 100 | Therefore as there is a precept referring to parents, so should ~there 52 2, 100 | have been some precepts referring to children and other neighbors.~ 53 2, 101 | For, since the precepts referring to the Divine worship ~must 54 2, 102 | explained (Mt. 15:17) as referring to sins. Yet ~certain foods 55 2, 103 | expiation must be understood as referring to the removal of these ~ 56 2, 103 | ceased, and all the reasons referring thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS 57 2, 105 | commandment is to be understood as referring to a ~servant whom his master 58 2, 106 | Hom. lxxvii) explains as referring to "the generation of ~those 59 2, 108 | temporal or spiritual, referring, namely, to the common ~ 60 2, 1 | there are seven articles referring to the ~Godhead.~Aquin.: 61 2, 1 | they divide the article referring to the work of ~glorification 62 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 1: Gregory is referring to the case of a man who 63 2, 3 | work of faith in power" as referring to "confession which is 64 2, 10 | Tract. lxxxix in Joan.) as ~"referring to the sin whereby they 65 2, 10 | of Caesar's household," ~referring to Nero, who was an unbeliever. 66 2, 11 | which is to be understood as referring to ~the case when the cockle 67 2, 12 | quoted may be understood as referring to every ~kind of apostate, 68 2, 15 | 1/1~Whether the precepts referring to knowledge and understanding 69 2, 15 | would seem that the precepts referring to knowledge and ~understanding 70 2, 15 | Therefore the precepts referring to knowledge and understanding ~ 71 2, 15 | the precepts of the Law referring to action. Since, then, ~ 72 2, 18 | which is to be understood as referring to those who already enjoy ~ 73 2, 23 | himself to Him entirely, by referring all that is his to God. ~ 74 2, 28 | with his whole heart, by ~referring all things to Him, so that 75 2, 31 | which is to be understood as referring to public sins, as ~Augustine 76 2, 37 | it is to be understood as referring either to the second power, 77 2, 37 | the first power, not as referring to the essence of ~the power, 78 2, 43 | are to be understood as referring to worldly ~wisdom, or to 79 2, 47 | this is to be understood as referring, ~not to the particular 80 2, 53 | is full of guile," he is referring to a ~certain resemblance, 81 2, 57 | is to be understood as ~referring to ignorance of fact, which 82 2, 62 | kill,' we do not take it as referring to trees, for ~they have 83 2, 66 | person: and afterwards, referring to the injury done to the 84 2, 66 | remove it, or again he may be referring to the disgrace ~inflicted 85 2, 71 | Reply OBJ 3: Augustine is referring to the case when a man utters 86 2, 86 | should be understood as referring to ~necessity of coercion 87 2, 93 | joke and not seriously, referring perhaps to the common opinion ~ 88 2, 96 | De Jurejur, cap. Verum): "Referring to the question whether ~ 89 2, 99 | duty and ~homage": "duty" referring to service, and "homage" 90 2, 106 | are to be understood as referring to ~preparedness of the 91 2, 107 | justice may be understood as referring to the fact that, out of 92 2, 117 | saying of the Apostle as referring, not ~to actual covetousness, 93 2, 122 | are to be understood as referring ~to the preparation of the 94 2, 123 | also can be understood as referring to the fear ~that is confined 95 2, 129 | honor ~for himself without referring it to God. Thirdly, when 96 2, 129 | in honor itself, without referring it to the profit of others. ~ 97 2, 132 | purpose of mind, ~discussion" referring to the inward intention, 98 2, 159 | things also are included referring to the estimate a man forms ~ 99 2, 160 | authorities must be understood as referring to the outward effect ~of 100 2, 165 | about creatures, without ~referring his knowledge to its due 101 2, 169 | prophecy ~contains matters referring to natural bodies, according 102 2, 182 | the Greek are "elders." [*Referring to the Greek {episkopos} 103 2, 184 | which we must understand as referring to one who actually has ~ 104 2, 184 | by weight [*'Pondere,' ~referring to the Latin 'ponderatio' 105 2, 185 | authorities must be understood as referring to cases ~of necessity, 106 2, 186 | useful to mankind. Hence, referring to them, Augustine says ( 107 2, 187 | binding himself by an oath [*Referring to the last words ~of the 108 2, 187 | Gregory must be understood as ~referring to absolute violence. But 109 3, 2 | in two ways: First, ~as referring to human nature, which, 110 3, 2 | Damascene may be taken not as referring to ~human nature, as if 111 3, 2 | did not result, but as referring to the union of the two ~ 112 3, 16 | taken in two ways. First as referring to the nature; and in this 113 3, 16 | Secondly it may be ~taken as referring to the suppositum; and in 114 3, 16 | person," if it is taken as referring ~to the suppositum, it is 115 3, 16 | God. But if it be taken as referring to the nature, it may be 116 3, 21 | we must ~take this as referring to the desire of sensuality, 117 3, 27 | these words of Simeon as referring to the sorrow which she ~ 118 3, 36 | document written by Seth, referring to this star ~and to the 119 3, 41 | Satan," may be taken as ~referring, not to the time during 120 3, 44 | of Jonas the prophet,' referring to His Cross . . . and Resurrection . . ~. 121 3, 75 | discussion, as may ~be seen by referring to the titles of the various 122 3, 75 | is true of ~two instants referring to the same movement, but 123 3, 77 | that this is to be taken as referring to those who understood ~ 124 3, 83 | forsaken Me?" the third referring to His entrance into glory, 125 3, 84 | apparently be understood as referring to ~the man who has a good 126 3, 87 | that passage expounds as referring to ~venial sin. Now he that 127 Suppl, 4 | and the ~Philosopher is referring to sorrow as a passion, 128 Suppl, 6 | understood in two ways: first, as referring to the substance of the 129 Suppl, 6 | not done. ~Secondly, as referring to the circumstances of 130 Suppl, 9 | words must be understood as referring to the ~receiving of the 131 Suppl, 41| provided we understand it as referring to the proximate beginning ~ 132 Suppl, 43| consent of marriage, ~but as referring to the promise of a dowry; 133 Suppl, 43| another's body, yet if this [*Referring to the ~contention of the 134 Suppl, 45| contracts, a man who uses words referring to ~the future, does not 135 Suppl, 46| to consent to mere words ~referring to the present.~Aquin.: 136 Suppl, 46| intercourse after consent referring ~to the future makes a marriage.~ 137 Suppl, 72| Augustine is to be understood as referring to ~the natural knowledge 138 Suppl, 85| cannot be understood as referring to the inner word, because ~ 139 Suppl, 85| the last days," etc., as ~referring to that time. Yet it was 140 Suppl, 90| increased ~in extent, through referring to God and to the body's 141 Suppl, 93| aureole in the proper sense as referring to a conflict, but that 142 Suppl, 93| the common good ~without referring it to Christ, he will not 143 Appen1, 2| which cannot be expounded as referring to the remission of venial ~ 144 Appen2, 1| be understood except as referring to Purgatory: ~and whosoever


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