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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | its subject in the ~whole course of time, but it differs 2 1, 14 | necessarily be; and, of course, the ~knowledge of God is 3 1, 16 | truth was not, ~and true, of course, by reason of truth; so 4 1, 22 | moved those who withdrew the course ~of nature from the care 5 1, 23 | accordance with the ~common course and tendency of nature fall 6 1, 25 | way at all is the present course of events produced by God ~ 7 1, 25 | restricted to this present course ~of events through the order 8 1, 25 | particular order that no other course of events could happen. 9 1, 31 | realities ~in God; which, of course, is erroneous. Therefore 10 1, 46 | return again thither after a course of ~time; a fuller consideration 11 1, 69 | naturally, and take their course towards the sea. In ~their 12 1, 69 | now happens in the natural course by ~the production of seed. 13 1, 74 | from which it commenced its course. And yet another, because 14 1, 47 | return again thither after a course of ~time; a fuller consideration 15 1, 70 | naturally, and take their course towards the sea. In ~their 16 1, 70 | now happens in the natural course by ~the production of seed. 17 1, 73 | from which it commenced its course. And yet another, because 18 1, 83 | Aristotle chose a middle course. For with Plato he agreed 19 1, 85 | is present which in the course of events is future, ~forasmuch 20 1, 85 | glance embraces the whole course of time, ~as we have said 21 1, 91 | existence outside the ordinary course of nature. Therefore God 22 1, 93 | but they acquire it in the course of time ~according to their 23 1, 95 | could not have changed the course of the heavenly bodies; 24 1, 100 | be guided by the ordinary course of nature. ~Now it is natural 25 1, 100 | perfect ~knowledge; but in course of time they would have 26 1, 102 | knowledge, so the unvarying course of natural ~things which 27 1, 103 | accordance with the natural course of things; others happen 28 1, 104 | contrary to the ordinary course of nature."~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 104 | acts against the wonted course of nature, but by no means 30 1, 104 | nevertheless will be outside the ~course of nature. Therefore not 31 1, 104 | all things are outside the course of ~natur are miraculous.~ 32 1, 104 | outside the usual natural course ~of things. Furthermore, 33 1, 105 | highest angels, concerning the course of the ~world, and especially 34 1, 109 | Avicenna followed a ~middle course. For he agreed with Plato 35 1, 112 | visibly outside the ordinary course of nature comes from a ~ 36 2, 2 | captain that he may steer its course, so man is given ~over to 37 2, 4 | fight, I have ~finished my course, I have kept the faith; 38 2, 4 | arrow must take a right course in ~order to strike the 39 2, 11 | thereof. These are not, of course, two ends, but one end, ~ 40 2, 13 | with reason to direct its course. The same may be seen in 41 2, 42 | present ~evil is mitigated in course of time, as Cicero states ( 42 2, 42 | since, in the ~natural course of things, there is no return 43 2, 46 | taking vengeance, but in ~course of time spends itself. ~ 44 2, 48 | longer it lasts. ~But in course of time anger grows weaker; 45 2, 49 | dispositions which are in ~course of formation and not yet 46 2, 52 | time it lasts, or to the course it follows: and yet the 47 2, 53 | time, and therefore in ~course of time it undergoes change 48 2, 64 | Likewise faith holds a middle course between ~contrary heresies, 49 2, 64 | manner faith ~holds a middle course between contrary heresies, 50 2, 97 | may be justly changed in course of time."~Aquin.: SMT FS 51 2, 101 | sacrifices and sacraments were of course sacred things. ~But certain 52 2, 102 | south; because ~for us the course of the planets is from that 53 2, 102 | nature (either at the monthly course or at ~the time of conception); 54 2, 102 | coot or ~moorhen: though of course he is mistaken about the 55 2, 106 | to be published in due ~course of time, as stated above.~ 56 2, 113 | suddenly and ~beyond the wonted course of healing by nature or 57 2, 113 | For the common and wonted course of justification is ~that 58 2, 1 | faith have increased in course of time?~Aquin.: SMT SS 59 2, 1 | faith have not increased in ~course of time. Because, as the 60 2, 13 | all turned to their own ~course, as a horse rushing to the 61 2, 32 | according to the ~first forward course of the appetitive movement, 62 2, 49 | happen beside the common course. On the other hand, among ~ 63 2, 76 | the price be restored, of course according to ~the amount 64 2, 88 | others. For during the ~course of this life the demons 65 2, 94 | the stars observed in the course of the heavens ~it is possible 66 2, 95 | he ~chooses a dangerous course, trying whether he can be 67 2, 96 | slip of the tongue in the course of an ~ordinary conversation. 68 2, 102 | things contrary to the wonted course of nature; ~so to God can 69 2, 120 | common occurrence in the ~course of human life. Hence the 70 2, 121 | withdraw the will from the course ~of reason, except in so 71 2, 145 | except perhaps when the above course is ~recognized by custom, 72 2, 148 | than threats. Such is the course to be followed with the 73 2, 152 | be contrary to the usual course of nature. Therefore ~just 74 2, 152 | reference to the general ~course of things. Hence Augustine 75 2, 156 | anger, but correspond to the course of the human ~act [*Cf. 76 2, 171 | apprehends in the ordinary course of ~nature - sometimes for 77 2, 172 | Therefore it ~would seem that in course of time the degree of prophecy 78 2, 172 | Therefore it would seem that ~in course of time the degree of prophecy 79 2, 172 | varied ~not according to the course of time, but according as 80 2, 178 | 11], ad 1], imaginary of course, wherein God spoke to him. 81 2, 178 | subject to him, ~taking in his course whatever things are direct," 82 2, 186 | of revenues, which are of course common property, is no ~ 83 2, 187 | progresses during the whole course of his life, so as to ~arrive 84 3, 7 | as in age, since in the course of time ~He did more perfect 85 3, 12 | men on earth, since in the course of reason, the word ~of 86 3, 13 | miraculously changed from their course, as Dionysius proves (Ep. 87 3, 13 | above ~the wonted order and course of nature, as to raise the 88 3, 13 | exterior bodies swerve from the course and order ~of nature, so, 89 3, 19 | whence, ~in the natural course, flowed the glory of the 90 3, 22 | every particular must be, of course, identical, and not a copy." 91 3, 26 | diagram:~THE LAW AND THE COURSE OF ORIGINAL SIN UNDER THE 92 3, 27 | things that ~relate to the course of His life in this world; ( 93 3, 34 | creation, in ~the ordinary course of nature, is natural to 94 3, 36 | were wont to observe the course ~of the stars. And therefore 95 3, 36 | between man's birth and the course of the stars, ~for they 96 3, 36 | they do not hold that the course of the stars can be changed 97 3, 36 | the creation observe the course ~appointed to them by the 98 3, 36 | quarter as this star, whose course was from north to south, 99 3, 36 | star did not follow the course of the heavenly ~stars, 100 3, 36 | neither did it follow the course of the comets, which neither ~ 101 3, 36 | nor vary their customary course. Nevertheless ~in its signification 102 3, 39 | wait ~till John had run his course, but appeared while he was 103 3, 41 | He followed Him in the course of His temptation like a ~ 104 3, 44 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the course of time is marked out by 105 3, 44 | changes wrought in the ~course of the heavenly bodies, 106 3, 44 | destroyed when God changes its course: ~but it would be if the 107 3, 44 | is clear that the wonted ~course of the seasons was not disturbed, 108 3, 44 | passes it on its ~eastward course. But in this case the moon 109 3, 59 | these things during the course of this present time. Wherefore, ~ 110 3, 59 | go on ~through the whole course of time, and which are not 111 3, 66 | mystic river, swelled the course of ~every stream, and filled 112 3, 68 | sanctifying grace: which of course cannot be ~without right 113 3, 72 | apostles; but later in the ~course of time by one of the councils. 114 3, 80 | Consequently, it seems that the course to be adopted is either ~ 115 3, 83 | mystery. Yet let not the course we propose for cases of 116 3, 83 | arises, the less dangerous course should ~always be followed. 117 Suppl, 4 | since past sin retards the course of our life towards God ~( 118 Suppl, 4 | was given to us for the course cannot be ~recovered), it 119 Suppl, 43| always choose the safer course. Now the safer course would 120 Suppl, 43| safer course. Now the safer course would be to ~wait for him. 121 Suppl, 58| remedied by medicine, or by the course of time, and then it ~does 122 Suppl, 62| however, be compelled to this course of action, nor can his wife 123 Suppl, 64| sterile in youth, and in course ~of time become fruitful, 124 Suppl, 67| a change in the natural course ~of things: and this course 125 Suppl, 67| course ~of things: and this course is subject to a twofold 126 Suppl, 67| hindered from following ~its course: it is thus in all things 127 Suppl, 67| is no variation in the ~course of those natural things 128 Suppl, 67| always, but only in the ~course of those which happen frequently. 129 Suppl, 67| can be a ~variation in the course of nature, not only in the 130 Suppl, 67| nature, not only in the course which is ~appointed for 131 Suppl, 67| of cases, but also in the course which is ~appointed for 132 Suppl, 69| according ~to the natural course, the separated souls consigned 133 Suppl, 69| living. For ~according to the course of nature men living in 134 Suppl, 69| according to the common course of nature, And yet it does 135 Suppl, 72| place not in the ordinary course of things, but by the Divine ~ 136 Suppl, 72| a circular or a downward course, especially ~in so far as 137 Suppl, 72| moon travel their appointed course." ~Therefore the higher 138 Suppl, 77| smaller veins - or as in the course of transformation and already ~ 139 Suppl, 77| the elements are in the course of generation in ~relation 140 Suppl, 81| wherever they are ~sent their course lies in God."~Aquin.: SMT 141 Suppl, 87| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the course of the affections is not 142 Suppl, 88| speaking there of the natural course: this is ~evident from his 143 Suppl, 93| world. When, however, in the course of ~enumeration we come 144 Appen1, 1| good, which in the ordinary course of things he would ~have


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