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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 16 | so far, that is, as they correspond to that which is the ~design 2 1, 32 | separate substance which might correspond ~to the Holy Ghost. So also 3 1, 66 | the splendor without may correspond to ~that which is within. 4 1, 74 | there is found something to ~correspond to the words, "God saw that 5 1, 75 | because the end should correspond to the beginning. But as 6 1, 77 | among them, two of which correspond to the ~dependence of one 7 1, 67 | the splendor without may correspond to ~that which is within. 8 1, 73 | there is found something to ~correspond to the words, "God saw that 9 1, 74 | because the end should correspond to the beginning. But as 10 1, 76 | among them, two of which correspond to the ~dependence of one 11 1, 90 | world, since ~their roots correspond to the mouth; and their 12 1, 98 | weakness of old age seems to correspond to that of ~infancy. But 13 2, 29 | degrees of love to which ~correspond different degrees of hatred. 14 2, 41 | species of ~fear should correspond to the species of sorrow. 15 2, 41 | those species ~of sorrow to correspond with these species of fear, 16 2, 52 | the ~intensity of the act correspond in proportion to the intensity 17 2, 57 | command. The first two ~correspond to those acts of the speculative 18 2, 68 | while there is ~nothing to correspond to temperance. Therefore 19 2, 68 | fortitude is ~assigned to correspond thereto, but fortitude itself. 20 2, 68 | Therefore all the gifts correspond to these three virtues, ~ 21 2, 69 | poverty, while piety seems to ~correspond to the beatitude of mercy: 22 2, 69 | justice, and mercy too, correspond ~to piety, which perfects 23 2, 69 | the first three beatitudes correspond to ~these things which some 24 2, 73 | aggravate a sin, nor does ~it correspond with the gravity of the 25 2, 87 | eternity of punishment does not correspond to the quantity of the sin, ~ 26 2, 102 | These three things ~seem to correspond to the three which were 27 2, 4 | mode of an ~action should correspond proportionately to the end. 28 2, 9 | they that ~mourn," does not correspond to the gift of knowledge. 29 2, 9 | beatitude does not ~suitably correspond to the gift of knowledge.~ 30 2, 9 | beatitude does not suitably correspond with the gift of knowledge.~ 31 2, 9 | speculation, sorrow does not ~correspond to it, since "the speculative 32 2, 9 | not suitably reckoned to correspond with the gift ~of knowledge.~ 33 2, 9 | beatitude of sorrow is said to correspond to the gift of ~knowledge.~ 34 2, 9 | peace and the resulting joy correspond ~directly to the gift of 35 2, 10 | various species of unbelief ~correspond to the number of various 36 2, 16 | good human act, it must ~correspond to some human virtue. Now 37 2, 18 | the beatitudes and fruits correspond to it?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 38 2, 18 | different evils, even as they correspond to the desire of different ~ 39 2, 18 | different kinds of fear correspond to ~different kinds of evil.~ 40 2, 18 | poverty of spirit does not correspond to the gift of fear.~Aquin.: 41 2, 18 | God," seems ~above all to correspond to hope, because according 42 2, 18 | A[2]) that the fruits ~correspond to the beatitudes. Now none 43 2, 18 | Now none of the fruits correspond to the ~gift of fear. Neither, 44 2, 18 | seems that those things ~correspond to the gift of fear, which 45 2, 19 | negation in the intellect correspond to search and avoidance 46 2, 19 | falsehood in the intellect correspond to good ~and evil in the 47 2, 25 | affection of charity ~ought to correspond to the outward effect. Therefore 48 2, 43 | seventh beatitude does not correspond to the ~gift of wisdom. 49 2, 49 | to the same cause, must ~correspond to different virtues. And 50 2, 50 | counsel does not fittingly ~correspond to the virtue of prudence. 51 2, 50 | gift of counsel ~does not correspond to the virtue of prudence.~ 52 2, 50 | gift of ~counsel does not correspond to the virtue of prudence.~ 53 2, 50 | matter. Therefore ~they correspond to one another.~Aquin.: 54 2, 50 | knowledge does not directly correspond to ~prudence, since it deals 55 2, 50 | that of mercy, ~does not correspond to the gift of counsel. 56 2, 50 | fifth beatitude does not ~correspond more than any other to counsel. ~ 57 2, 50 | Now none ~of the fruits correspond to the gift of counsel, 58 2, 50 | does the beatitude of mercy correspond to the ~gift of counsel.~ 59 2, 50 | an end, should above all correspond to ~the gift of counsel. 60 2, 50 | and "benignity" ~which correspond to mercy.~ 61 2, 51 | connected with it, and correspond to the several acts of reason. 62 2, 51 | inconstancy" and "negligence" correspond to the ~"command" which 63 2, 77 | sin of transgression there correspond both the pain ~of loss on 64 2, 81 | assigned, ~since they do not correspond to the gifts of the Holy 65 2, 102 | which two special virtues correspond: ~thus a soldier, by defending 66 2, 103 | degrees of disobedience must correspond with the ~various degrees 67 2, 119 | are the meek," does ~not correspond to the gift of piety. For 68 2, 119 | OBJ 3: Further, the fruits correspond to the beatitudes and gifts, 69 2, 119 | second beatitude does not correspond to the ~gift of piety.~Aquin.: 70 2, 119 | fifth ~beatitudes would correspond to piety, rather than the 71 2, 119 | same beatitude must needs correspond to knowledge and piety: ~ 72 2, 119 | order, different beatitudes correspond ~to them, although a certain 73 2, 137 | the beatitudes and fruits correspond to it?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 74 2, 137 | after justice," does not correspond to the gift of fortitude. ~ 75 2, 137 | neither does any beatitude correspond to it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 76 2, 137 | Augustine makes the ~beatitudes correspond to the gifts according to 77 2, 137 | two of the fruits which correspond sufficiently ~to the gift 78 2, 146 | different circumstances ~correspond to different motives, the 79 2, 147 | special kinds of virtue correspond to different kinds of food.~ 80 2, 152 | that the species of lust ~correspond to the various conditions 81 2, 156 | different species of anger, but correspond to the course of the human ~ 82 2, 160 | three mentioned by Anselm correspond to the progress of ~any 83 2, 169 | contemplative life, which correspond to diverse purposes ~of 84 3, 3 | that restoration should correspond to creation according to 85 3, 5 | Further, signs ought to correspond to the realities. But the ~ 86 3, 5 | OBJ 3: The figure ought to correspond to the reality as regards ~ 87 3, 5 | better ~disposed body should correspond to it.~ 88 3, 36 | Because fulfilment should correspond to promise. Now, the promise 89 3, 37 | the Gospel reality should correspond to the prophetic foretelling. 90 3, 39 | For the reality should correspond to the figure. But baptism 91 3, 46 | Further, the reality ought to correspond with the figure. But ~Christ' 92 3, 46 | Further, the medicine should correspond with the disease. But ~Christ' 93 3, 46 | all, that the truth might ~correspond with the figure. For the 94 3, 48 | sacrifice. For the truth should correspond with the figure. But human ~ 95 3, 59 | Further, reward and punishment correspond with merit and demerit. ~ 96 3, 65 | nothing in ~the old Law could correspond to these sacraments. Nevertheless, 97 3, 66 | the properties ~of water correspond. For by reason of its moistness 98 3, 68 | is false if it does not correspond with the thing signified. 99 3, 70 | carnal circumcision should correspond to spiritual ~circumcision, 100 3, 73 | names. For names should correspond with things. But this sacrament 101 3, 76 | Further, the truth ought to correspond with the figure. But, ~according 102 3, 83 | Further, the truth ought to correspond with the figure. But in ~ 103 Suppl, 2 | which must, therefore, correspond to each sin, ~since it has 104 Suppl, 7 | so that contrition may correspond ~to mercy or goodness, by 105 Suppl, 8 | punishment did not mutually correspond. Therefore one answers ~ 106 Suppl, 15| aforesaid works of satisfaction correspond.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[15] A[ 107 Suppl, 34| which reason ~order does not correspond to the difference of sanctifying 108 Suppl, 37| this respect our Orders ~correspond to theirs; since in our 109 Suppl, 40| Further, the truth should correspond to the figure. Now the crown ~ 110 Suppl, 42| the ~soul's powers there correspond bodily members by which 111 Suppl, 69| Fathers. For punishment should correspond to sin. Now the Fathers ~ 112 Suppl, 69| places of punishment should correspond to the sins. ~Now there 113 Suppl, 69| some penal place should correspond to each state of ~sinners. 114 Suppl, 70| Further, punishment should correspond to sin. Now in sinning the 115 Suppl, 72| our return to God should correspond to the outflow of His ~boons 116 Suppl, 72| be effected by fire will ~correspond to the first cleansing which 117 Suppl, 72| of the world must needs correspond ~with the cleansing and 118 Suppl, 72| active principle in nature correspond ~to the passive principle 119 Suppl, 74| follow that ~individuals correspond to individuals: especially 120 Suppl, 77| body, nor would the body correspond in full ~proportion to the 121 Suppl, 77| behooves man's ~body to correspond entirely to the soul, for 122 Suppl, 83| the ~punishment would not correspond to the amount of guilt; 123 Suppl, 85| Further, the sentence should correspond proportionately to the evidence. ~ 124 Suppl, 86| judicial power does not correspond to ~voluntary poverty. For 125 Suppl, 86| power does not properly correspond to preaching or teaching. 126 Suppl, 90| and the various mansions correspond to ~these.~Aquin.: SMT XP 127 Suppl, 92| beatific dowries are said to correspond to the ~virtues of the way, 128 Suppl, 92| 3~Thus the three dowries correspond to the three theological 129 Suppl, 93| excellent reward must needs correspond to ~this more excellent 130 Suppl, 93| and ~the hundredfold fruit correspond to the same merit, according 131 Suppl, 93| incongruous if various rewards correspond ~to the same merit according 132 Suppl, 93| the various fruits should ~correspond to none but the virtue of 133 Suppl, 93| Therefore fruit does not correspond to ~continence alone.~Aquin.: 134 Suppl, 93| especially the ~fruit should correspond.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 135 Suppl, 93| sorrow, neither ~should one correspond to outward suffering.~Aquin.: 136 Suppl, 93| in the life to come will correspond to some act of ~virtue. 137 Suppl, 93| that the three aureoles correspond to ~the three chief acts 138 Suppl, 96| punishment does not, however, ~correspond with the duration of the 139 Suppl, 96| infinite intensity would correspond to every sin. Accordingly, 140 Appen1, 1| sensible pain does not correspond ~thereto as punishment.~


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