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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | that, Since this science is partly speculative and partly ~ 2 1, 1 | is partly speculative and partly ~practical, it transcends 3 1, 14 | practical ~only; and some is partly speculative and partly practical. 4 1, 14 | is partly speculative and partly practical. In proof ~whereof 5 1, 14 | mode or as to its end is partly speculative ~and partly 6 1, 14 | partly speculative ~and partly practical: and when it is 7 1, 53 | while it ~is being moved, is partly in the term "wherefrom" 8 1, 53 | the term "wherefrom" and partly in the term ~"whereto." 9 1, 53 | while it is being moved; but partly in the one, and ~partly 10 1, 53 | partly in the one, and ~partly in the other. Therefore, 11 1, 53 | angel is in movement, he is partly in the term ~"wherefrom," 12 1, 53 | the term ~"wherefrom," and partly in the term "whereto" (yet 13 1, 53 | wherefrom"; or ~else he is partly in the one, and partly in 14 1, 53 | is partly in the one, and partly in the other, it follows 15 1, 53 | 2]). ~Nevertheless he is partly in one of the continuous 16 1, 53 | the continuous places, and partly in ~another, not because 17 1, 54 | the knowledge of a soul is partly ~intellectual and partly 18 1, 54 | partly ~intellectual and partly sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 1, 58 | of this question depends partly upon what has ~gone before. 20 1, 66 | heavenly bodies exists a body, partly ~transparent and partly 21 1, 66 | partly ~transparent and partly luminous, which we call 22 1, 71 | but with other things: partly with the water, ~because 23 1, 71 | by watery exhalations; ~partly with the heaven as to the 24 1, 77 | and the accidental form partly agree and ~partly differ. 25 1, 77 | accidental form partly agree and ~partly differ. They agree in this, 26 1, 54 | while it ~is being moved, is partly in the term "wherefrom" 27 1, 54 | the term "wherefrom" and partly in the term ~"whereto." 28 1, 54 | while it is being moved; but partly in the one, and ~partly 29 1, 54 | partly in the one, and ~partly in the other. Therefore, 30 1, 54 | angel is in movement, he is partly in the term ~"wherefrom," 31 1, 54 | the term ~"wherefrom," and partly in the term "whereto" (yet 32 1, 54 | wherefrom"; or ~else he is partly in the one, and partly in 33 1, 54 | is partly in the one, and partly in the other, it follows 34 1, 54 | 2]). ~Nevertheless he is partly in one of the continuous 35 1, 54 | the continuous places, and partly in ~another, not because 36 1, 55 | the knowledge of a soul is partly ~intellectual and partly 37 1, 55 | partly ~intellectual and partly sensitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP 38 1, 59 | of this question depends partly upon what has ~gone before. 39 1, 67 | heavenly bodies exists a body, partly ~transparent and partly 40 1, 67 | partly ~transparent and partly luminous, which we call 41 1, 71 | but with other things: partly with the water, ~because 42 1, 71 | by watery exhalations; ~partly with the heaven as to the 43 1, 76 | and the accidental form partly agree and ~partly differ. 44 1, 76 | accidental form partly agree and ~partly differ. They agree in this, 45 1, 78 | appetitive power agrees partly with the intellectual ~power 46 1, 78 | intellectual ~power and partly with the sensitive in its 47 1, 83 | also the common sense is partly freed; so that sometimes ~ 48 1, 83 | the common sense ~remains partly suspended; and therefore, 49 1, 84 | imperfectly known, is known partly in ~act and partly in potentiality, 50 1, 84 | known partly in ~act and partly in potentiality, and hence 51 1, 88 | knowledge here acquired must be partly in the aforesaid sensitive 52 1, 88 | aforesaid sensitive powers ~and partly in the intellect. This can 53 1, 96 | injury from a hard body; partly by the use of his reason, ~ 54 1, 96 | avoid what was harmful; and partly also by Divine ~Providence, 55 1, 107 | As in a surface which is partly white and partly black, 56 1, 107 | which is partly white and partly black, the ~two parts on 57 1, 110 | senses, ~either wholly or partly; as a man born blind cannot 58 1, 114 | answer that, This question is partly solved by what was said 59 2, 4 | to an intelligible end ~partly through his intellect, and 60 2, 4 | through his intellect, and partly through his will: through 61 2, 6 | mixed character," being partly voluntary and ~partly involuntary. 62 2, 6 | being partly voluntary and ~partly involuntary. For that which 63 2, 20 | genus of color, if ~it be partly white, and partly black. 64 2, 20 | it be partly white, and partly black. And accordingly, 65 2, 42 | our own will. Now fear partly arises from an extrinsic 66 2, 42 | extrinsic cause, and is ~partly subject to the will. It 67 2, 48 | hiding himself. This is due partly to the reason being hindered, 68 2, 48 | the means of hiding; and partly to the dilatation of the 69 2, 51 | secondly, because it is partly from nature, and partly 70 2, 51 | partly from nature, and partly from an ~extrinsic principle. 71 2, 51 | of ~medicine, health is partly from nature, partly from 72 2, 51 | health is partly from nature, partly from an extrinsic ~principle.~ 73 2, 51 | entirely from nature, or ~partly from nature, and partly 74 2, 51 | partly from nature, and partly from an extrinsic principle, 75 2, 51 | owing their ~existence, partly to nature, and partly to 76 2, 51 | existence, partly to nature, and partly to some extrinsic principle: 77 2, 63 | esteemed that they are partly from within, in so ~far 78 2, 63 | potentially in matter; and partly from without, in ~so far 79 2, 82 | 1: As bodily sickness is partly a privation, in so far as 80 2, 82 | equilibrium of health, and partly ~something positive, viz. 81 2, 102 | was considered as ~arising partly from himself and partly 82 2, 102 | partly from himself and partly from contact with unclean 83 2, 105 | best ~form of polity, being partly kingdom, since there is 84 2, 105 | one at the head of ~all; partly aristocracy, in so far as 85 2, 105 | persons are set in ~authority; partly democracy, i.e. government 86 2, 105 | the use thereof should be partly common, and partly granted 87 2, 105 | should be partly common, and partly granted to others ~by the 88 2, 108 | his neighbor. But Our Lord partly fulfilled only ~three of 89 2, 21 | authority of the Divine law, partly by ~promises, partly by 90 2, 21 | law, partly by ~promises, partly by admonitions and commands. 91 2, 55 | that "political ~justice is partly natural and partly legal," 92 2, 55 | justice is partly natural and partly legal," i.e. established 93 2, 55 | by God. Such ~things are partly those that are naturally 94 2, 55 | justice is ~hidden to man, and partly are made just by God's decree. 95 2, 71 | name not altogether but partly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 96 2, 79 | mentioned we have spoken partly in the treatise on charity, 97 2, 79 | concord and the like, and partly in this treatise on justice, 98 2, 84 | thereof, ~by spending them partly on things appertaining to 99 2, 84 | to the Divine worship, ~partly on things touching their 100 2, 84 | according to 1 Cor. 9:13), and partly for ~the good of the poor, 101 2, 85 | the paying of tithes was partly moral and ~instilled in 102 2, 85 | the natural reason; and partly judicial, deriving its force ~ 103 2, 85 | obligation to pay tithes arises ~partly from natural law, partly 104 2, 85 | partly from natural law, partly from the institution of 105 2, 120 | understood ~literally, is partly oral and partly ceremonial. 106 2, 120 | literally, is partly oral and partly ceremonial. It is a moral 107 2, 163 | which are most akin to man, partly by ~tempting the man through 108 2, 163 | him in the same ~species; partly by tempting the woman through 109 2, 163 | them in the same genus; partly by suggesting to them to 110 2, 178 | he also declares to be partly straight and partly circular, 111 2, 178 | to be partly straight and partly circular, in so far as ~ 112 2, 184 | and if they be ~wholly or partly exempt from obedience to 113 2, 184 | rather ~than seculars, who partly give themselves and their 114 3, 19 | beatified ~man; and this He has partly without merit, and partly 115 3, 19 | partly without merit, and partly with merit, as is ~clear 116 3, 36 | in thirteen days, owing partly to the Divine ~assistance, 117 3, 36 | Divine ~assistance, and partly to the fleetness of the 118 3, 40 | Ghost. Now the creature is partly invisible, as the soul, 119 3, 40 | and our whole ~mind'; and partly visible, as the body, to 120 3, 51 | early" can be taken as partly night and partly day, from 121 3, 51 | taken as partly night and partly day, from its ~fittingness 122 3, 54 | glorified or not glorified, or partly glorified and partly ~not, 123 3, 54 | or partly glorified and partly ~not, or in any fashion 124 3, 64 | the interior effect is partly the work of the ~minister 125 3, 64 | interior sacramental effect is partly the ~work of man and not 126 Suppl, 18| as in Baptism, but only partly, because the man who is ~ 127 Suppl, 25| punishment either wholly ~or partly, even though the Pope were 128 Suppl, 49| to excuse a sin wholly or partly. Secondly, an act is said 129 Suppl, 69| of those things which ~partly, though not wholly, precede 130 Suppl, 81| wholly in one place and ~partly in another place, since 131 Suppl, 81| whatever is in ~motion is partly in a term "wherefrom" and 132 Suppl, 81| in a term "wherefrom" and partly in a term "whereto," as ~ 133 Suppl, 81| it is either ~nowhere, or partly in A, and partly in B, or 134 Suppl, 81| nowhere, or partly in A, and partly in B, or wholly in some 135 Suppl, 81| intervening place, say C, or partly in A and C and partly in 136 Suppl, 81| or partly in A and C and partly in C and B. But ~it is impossible 137 Suppl, 81| it ~possible for it to be partly in A and partly in B without 138 Suppl, 81| it to be partly in A and partly in B without being in some ~ 139 Suppl, 81| is either wholly in C, or partly in C, and partly in some 140 Suppl, 81| in C, or partly in C, and partly in some other place ~that


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