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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | does not totally remit, yet somewhat alleviates, in punishing ~ 2 1, 42 | is wanting in one may be somewhat supplied from ~another; 3 1, 68 | explain them part by part; in somewhat the same way as one might 4 1, 42 | is wanting in one may be somewhat supplied from ~another; 5 1, 69 | explain them part by part; in somewhat the same way as one might 6 1, 83 | however, the evaporation be somewhat less, phantasms appear, 7 1, 102 | addition to their nature is somewhat violent. ~Wherefore, as 8 1, 107 | xii, Did. xi, 10); so a somewhat similar order may be seen ~ 9 2, 6 | the body, is ~nevertheless somewhat natural to the animal, to 10 2, 6 | is in fear, does concur somewhat in that which he does through 11 2, 9 | particular movement, is somewhat due to the influence of ~ 12 2, 19 | it becomes known to us somewhat, ~either by natural reason 13 2, 38 | assuages sorrow or pain somewhat, it ~follows that sorrow 14 2, 38 | disposition of the body reacts somewhat on the ~heart, which is 15 2, 46 | since every cause remains somewhat in ~its effect, we may say 16 2, 46 | Consequently it is a passion somewhat made up of ~contrary passions.~ 17 2, 46 | anger ~listens to reason somewhat."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 18 2, 46 | vii, 6, "anger listens somewhat to ~reason" in so far as 19 2, 46 | gentle: ~in so far as reason somewhat causes anger, by denouncing 20 2, 46 | which ~causes anger; and somewhat appeases anger, in so far 21 2, 58 | found, they obey reason ~somewhat, but in various ways. For 22 2, 68 | the Spirit of God, he is somewhat like an instrument ~in His 23 2, 68 | according as it ~partakes somewhat of the reason, in so far, 24 2, 73 | wherefore all human acts are somewhat of one kind, in so far as 25 2, 77 | ignorance. In this he was somewhat right, because, since the 26 2, 80 | in so far as the devil is somewhat ~the cause of our sins, 27 2, 87 | satisfactory, ~it loses somewhat of the nature of punishment: 28 2, 87 | punishment of ~kindred redounds somewhat upon those who sinned, as 29 2, 91 | that all things partake somewhat of the eternal ~law, in 30 2, 93 | Whatever obeys reason partakes somewhat of reason," as ~stated in 31 2, 108 | to be in us from nature somewhat, but not the desire of ~ 32 2, 9 | beatitude does ~consist somewhat in the right use of creatures, 33 2, 23 | spiritual increase of charity is somewhat like the ~increase of a 34 2, 23 | written (Apoc. 2:4): "I have somewhat against ~thee, because thou 35 2, 26 | lover deems the beloved as ~somewhat united to him, or belonging 36 2, 31 | another, in so ~far as each is somewhat in act, and somewhat in 37 2, 31 | is somewhat in act, and somewhat in potentiality with regard ~ 38 2, 31 | Nevertheless a previous sin proves somewhat of a ~hindrance to this 39 2, 37 | separation brings them ~back somewhat, because through confusion 40 2, 40 | and strife, and differing somewhat from them. It has something ~ 41 2, 41 | imperfect cause, conducing somewhat to that downfall. For this ~ 42 2, 41 | without being kept back ~somewhat from advancing in God's 43 2, 41 | Jews, because he did this ~somewhat imprudently, so that the 44 2, 45 | prudence, but hinders it somewhat, as stated above.~ 45 2, 46 | suspicion, or to persuade somewhat, and this belongs to ~"rhetoric." 46 2, 47 | should take some suitable yet somewhat ~unwonted illustration of 47 2, 55 | since he is part of him ~somewhat, as stated in Ethic. viii, 48 2, 56 | another, so that justice is somewhat the good of ~another person, 49 2, 59 | Even as part and whole are somewhat the same, so too that ~which 50 2, 59 | pertains to the whole, pertains somewhat to the part also: so that ~ 51 2, 60 | due to him. It is however somewhat like a restitution, since 52 2, 76 | usury has; but has also somewhat the character of an active ~ 53 2, 83 | another virtue it partakes somewhat of ~its species; thus when 54 2, 85 | pay tithes, but they are ~somewhat exempt by reason of various 55 2, 101 | the image of God ~redounds somewhat to God: and yet this differs 56 2, 116 | grievous, but of ~its being somewhat more dangerous.~Aquin.: 57 2, 121 | awarded to fortitude ~depends somewhat on justice. Hence Ambrose 58 2, 123 | sin would be extenuated somewhat, for what is done ~through 59 2, 126 | obstacle of fear, since fear is somewhat contrary to hope, ~as stated 60 2, 145 | although it nourishes somewhat. It is, however, possible 61 2, 145 | Although digestives nourish somewhat they are not taken ~chiefly 62 2, 149 | palate, ~though directed somewhat to venereal pleasures, are 63 2, 152 | Nevertheless it is always hindered somewhat, so as to be unable to elicit ~ 64 2, 153 | something ~of virtue, and somewhat falls short of virtue.~Aquin.: 65 2, 154 | of these organs ~conduce somewhat to those operations of the 66 2, 154 | anger listens to reason somewhat, but desire does not" ~as 67 2, 154 | movement of anger partakes ~somewhat of reason, since the angry 68 2, 156 | anger, although it hinder ~somewhat the judgment of reason in 69 2, 156 | since this ~movement is somewhat in his power, it is not 70 2, 160 | sins. In this way it has somewhat of a generic ~character, 71 2, 161 | the creature participates somewhat of ~God's likeness according 72 2, 161 | Nevertheless both coveted somewhat to be equal to ~God, in 73 2, 162 | These punishments affect all somewhat. For any woman who ~conceives 74 2, 166 | outward movements is directed somewhat to other persons, according 75 2, 173 | Consequently this rapture pertains somewhat to prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 76 2, 182 | Elias, if I may exaggerate ~somewhat, he is not to be compared 77 2, 184 | them if they fall ~short somewhat of their sanctification.~ 78 2, 187 | his house, he shows he was somewhat ~of two minds. For to communicate 79 3, 2 | nature, grace itself became somewhat natural to that man, so 80 3, 11 | this life, since it is ~somewhat fettered by the body, so 81 3, 19 | and consequently they are somewhat rational and human ~inasmuch 82 3, 25 | due to the king: but is somewhat like it, by reason of a ~ 83 3, 27 | Virgin Mother, yet it is somewhat derogatory to the dignity 84 3, 46 | to ~represent 3 and 6 are somewhat alike.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 85 3, 68 | regeneration effected by Baptism is somewhat ~like carnal birth, in this 86 3, 88 | aversion are*] ~diversified somewhat in relation to various adherences, 87 Suppl, 5 | forgives sins. But we are somewhat the cause of ~contrition, 88 Suppl, 6 | it explicitly, yet it was somewhat ~foreshadowed in the fact 89 Suppl, 7 | in the sacraments differs somewhat ~from the grace which is 90 Suppl, 8 | his confession ~avails him somewhat, as to the lessening of 91 Suppl, 8 | these lessen the punishment ~somewhat: wherefore the priest in 92 Suppl, 11| to reveal the confession ~somewhat, it seems that it is necessary 93 Suppl, 13| Yet even this is equal ~somewhat, viz. according to proportion, 94 Suppl, 14| because such works dispose one somewhat to ~good, so that a man 95 Suppl, 18| sacrament of Penance agree somewhat in their effect, since each 96 Suppl, 22| verdict, still, as it ~belongs somewhat to the entrance to the kingdom, 97 Suppl, 29| kind. Nevertheless it was somewhat foreshadowed ~remotely by 98 Suppl, 29| done, so that it partakes ~somewhat of the nature of an efficient 99 Suppl, 34| receive, and consequently a somewhat passive potentiality. But 100 Suppl, 34| definition of Order. But it is somewhat a cause in the ~genus of 101 Suppl, 34| Accordingly the recipient is somewhat passive ~in relation to 102 Suppl, 34| sacrament ~he holds himself somewhat actively, since he receives 103 Suppl, 39| case the slaying ~becomes somewhat voluntary). But this is 104 Suppl, 50| negation), that which ~is somewhat according to the law and 105 Suppl, 50| according to the law and somewhat against the law is a middle ~ 106 Suppl, 53| scandal since it is at times somewhat public. Moreover ~the indissolubility 107 Suppl, 59| or the conjugal bond, is somewhat ~derogatory to the perfection 108 Suppl, 63| the first ~marriage, it is somewhat a defective sacrament, because 109 Suppl, 64| fornication on this account, is somewhat imputable to him. Hence 110 Suppl, 65| their marriages signified somewhat the union of ~Christ not 111 Suppl, 70| quickens ~the body and is somewhat burdened by the body: but 112 Suppl, 70| outside the prison, suffer somewhat from the prison, seeing 113 Suppl, 70| the empyrean, in fact this somewhat conduces ~to their glory, 114 Suppl, 71| that those works become ~somewhat the works of those for whom 115 Suppl, 71| man who is one with me is ~somewhat mine. Hence it is not contrary 116 Suppl, 71| accidentally in so far as he is somewhat ~the cause of those deeds, 117 Suppl, 71| done on their behalf are somewhat their ~own, as stated above.~ 118 Suppl, 71| the like ~profit the dead somewhat.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 119 Suppl, 71| offering suffrages satisfies somewhat for a ~deceased person, 120 Suppl, 72| non-glorified souls would grieve somewhat, if they were aware of the ~ 121 Suppl, 72| although a mixed body is somewhat more noble than a simple ~ 122 Suppl, 72| body simple bodies are ~somewhat in potentiality, whereas, 123 Suppl, 72| The entire text differs somewhat from St. Thomas's ~quotation; 124 Suppl, 72| respective offices, and somewhat in reference to their ~substance: 125 Suppl, 75| separated from the body is still somewhat ~dependent on the body, 126 Suppl, 77| The third opinion differs somewhat from the second and in some 127 Suppl, 81| always resist the mover somewhat, since mover and ~moved, 128 Suppl, 84| of them but will remain somewhat in its ~effect, because 129 Suppl, 86| regard the angels indirectly somewhat, in so far as they were 130 Suppl, 87| human nature to causes ~somewhat similar to them. And since 131 Suppl, 89| the intellect in act is somewhat one ~with the intelligible 132 Suppl, 89| matter, since even a form is somewhat limited by its matter. ~ 133 Suppl, 89| existing in ~the senses is somewhat a principle of knowledge, 134 Suppl, 90| perfection of the body will somewhat conduce to the ~perfection 135 Suppl, 91| Whoever pities another shares somewhat in his ~unhappiness. But 136 Suppl, 92| yet; wherefore hope chafes somewhat on account of the ~distance 137 Suppl, 93| institution, ~they are founded somewhat on the nature of things, 138 Suppl, 93| answer that, Since merit is somewhat the cause of reward, rewards 139 Suppl, 94| heavenly body - thus following somewhat the opinion of ~certain 140 Suppl, 96| that mercy which ~rebates somewhat their due punishment.~Aquin.:


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