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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | is. Therefore similitudes drawn from things farthest away 2 1, 1 | alone can any argument be ~drawn, and not from those intended 3 1, 7 | body: for if two ~lines be drawn from the centre, the farther 4 1, 23 | But these seem to have drawn a distinction between that 5 1, 36 | symbol of faith has been ~drawn up to meet some prevalent 6 1, 50 | same conclusion is to be drawn as before.~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 50 | multiplication, since it can be drawn out ~infinitely, is not 8 1, 55 | angels understand by species drawn from things?~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 55 | angels understand by species drawn from ~things. For everything 10 1, 55 | understands through ~species drawn from things.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 55 | not understand by species drawn ~from things, his knowledge 12 1, 55 | angels understand are not drawn ~from things, but are connatural 13 1, 56 | to be known by a species drawn from things; ~and so it 14 1, 56 | the object known is not drawn directly ~from the object 15 1, 57 | intellect, which are images ~drawn from the Divine essence, 16 1, 58 | definition ~of which is drawn from diverse elements, one 17 1, 62 | The reason for this can be drawn from two ~sources. First 18 1, 63 | the more weight which is ~drawn from the motive in sinning. 19 1, 66 | But a better reason can be drawn ~from the state of glory 20 1, 51 | same conclusion is to be drawn as before.~Aquin.: SMT FP 21 1, 51 | multiplication, since it can be drawn out ~infinitely, is not 22 1, 56 | angels understand by species drawn from things?~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 56 | angels understand by species drawn from ~things. For everything 24 1, 56 | understands through ~species drawn from things.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 56 | not understand by species drawn ~from things, his knowledge 26 1, 56 | angels understand are not drawn ~from things, but are connatural 27 1, 57 | to be known by a species drawn from things; ~and so it 28 1, 57 | the object known is not drawn directly ~from the object 29 1, 58 | intellect, which are images ~drawn from the Divine essence, 30 1, 59 | definition ~of which is drawn from diverse elements, one 31 1, 63 | The reason for this can be drawn from two ~sources. First 32 1, 64 | the more weight which is ~drawn from the motive in sinning. 33 1, 67 | But a better reason can be drawn ~from the state of glory 34 1, 78 | by the lower reason are ~drawn from and directed by the 35 1, 80 | particular conclusions are drawn from universal ~propositions. 36 1, 85 | that knowledge which is drawn from ~universal causal principles; 37 1, 86 | But a ~distinction must be drawn: since the essences of some 38 1, 87 | things, and the likenesses drawn from material things for 39 1, 93 | of God by demonstration drawn ~from an effect, such as 40 2, 9 | own concupiscence, being drawn away and allured." But man 41 2, 9 | But man would not ~be drawn away by his concupiscence, 42 2, 21 | against him by whom it is drawn?" where man ~while acting 43 2, 22 | passive from its ~being drawn to the agent: and when a 44 2, 22 | especially does it appear to be drawn to something else. ~Moreover 45 2, 22 | implies that the patient is drawn to that which belongs to 46 2, 22 | agent. Now ~the soul is drawn to a thing by the appetitive 47 2, 22 | apprehensive ~power is not drawn to a thing, as it is in 48 2, 26 | being as it were passively drawn by Him, more than he can 49 2, 26 | than he can possibly be ~drawn thereto by his reason, which 50 2, 37 | from the milk, that are drawn away from the breasts," 51 2, 37 | of the soul ~is strongly drawn towards the action of one 52 2, 46 | that ~"anger, as if it had drawn the inference that it ought 53 2, 66 | and, again, the lover is ~drawn by desire to union with 54 2, 66 | perfected by the lover being drawn to the beloved. Now ~that 55 2, 73 | of another, the sin ~is drawn to another kind of sin, 56 2, 93 | lawful, but ~what man has drawn from the eternal law."~Aquin.: 57 2, 94 | principles, but as conclusions ~drawn from them, having rectitude 58 2, 94 | detailed proximate conclusions ~drawn from the first principles, 59 2, 95 | demonstrated conclusions are drawn from the ~principles: while 60 2, 99 | which are like conclusions drawn from ~the universal principles 61 2, 105 | the herd, that hath not drawn in the yoke, nor ploughed 62 2, 105 | of ~Christ; which had not drawn a yoke, since it had done 63 2, 109 | this as if it could not be drawn to any object above ~itself, 64 2, 109 | he would not need to be drawn by another. Hence man cannot ~ 65 2, 113 | forget them, lest he be ~drawn to them. Yet he ought to 66 2, 1 | or else ~they are proofs drawn from the principles of faith, 67 2, 1 | faithful, ~as a conclusion drawn from self-evident principles 68 2, 1 | 6: Further, a symbol is drawn up that it may be a rule 69 2, 1 | The confession of faith is drawn up in a symbol in the ~person, 70 2, 1 | of the Apostles, and was drawn up after the faith was already ~ 71 2, 1 | the Apostles, which ~was drawn up at the time of persecution, 72 2, 1 | contrary, The symbol was drawn us by a general council. 73 2, 9 | faith, and of ~conclusions drawn therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT SS 74 2, 18 | punishment whereby men are drawn to ~God, and which is inflicted 75 2, 19 | headlong into sin, and are drawn away from good works. Wherefore ~ 76 2, 22 | Christ, is where men are drawn together, not by household 77 2, 24 | not only beware of being drawn into hatred on ~account 78 2, 44 | not knowing that he is drawn like a fool to ~bonds."~ 79 2, 52 | necessary for salvation, it is drawn to the other more manifest 80 2, 53 | result being that a man is drawn away from spiritual things 81 2, 55 | person, and ~then it was drawn to signify the art by which 82 2, 66 | sentence, unless it were drawn up in writing. Hence it ~ 83 2, 66 | that ~the accusation be drawn up in writing.~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 67 | death: and those that are drawn to death forbear not to 85 2, 121 | reason. First, through being drawn by some ~object of pleasure 86 2, 164 | Reply OBJ 2: Man's mind is drawn, on account of his affections, 87 2, 171 | operation, ~other powers are drawn away from theirs; thus men 88 2, 173 | intelligible objects, through being drawn ~away from objects of sense, 89 2, 179 | another as its end, it is drawn, especially in moral ~matters, 90 2, 187 | children, who are easily drawn to it. But as a consequence ~ 91 3, 7 | but the ~comparison is drawn between other prophets, 92 3, 10 | lines of infinite length drawn on a surface of finite breadth. ~ 93 3, 17 | is added whereby it is ~drawn to the suppositum, it would 94 3, 18 | will, inasmuch as it is ~drawn to anything desired of itself, 95 3, 18 | act of the will as it is drawn to anything ~that is desired 96 3, 18 | Christ; one whereby He was drawn to anything willed in itself, ~ 97 3, 18 | other whereby His will was drawn ~to anything willed on account 98 3, 18 | Greek, ~{agonia}] in a soul drawn to contrary things. Hence 99 3, 30 | when the ~natural heat is drawn within a body, the exterior 100 3, 31 | intercourse this blood is drawn to a place apt for conception. ~ 101 3, 40 | in the same place, ~have drawn all men to Himself, to hear 102 3, 44 | those who gazed on it were drawn to Him at first ~sight." 103 3, 55 | speaking there of proofs drawn from human ~reason, which 104 3, 61 | too hard for man to be drawn away entirely from bodily 105 3, 64 | food, but as a ~spirit is drawn by a sign." It seems, therefore, 106 3, 74 | bread with infants' blood drawn ~from tiny punctures over 107 3, 74 | determination ~of the matter is drawn from its disposition to 108 3, 74 | vinegar is a kind of wine drawn from the grape, as ~Isidore 109 3, 74 | as the clarified wine is drawn from grapes, so also ~are 110 3, 74 | properly called ~wine, which is drawn from the grape, whereas 111 3, 74 | concerning a sign is to be drawn from the thing ~signified. 112 3, 78 | speculative intellect which is drawn ~from things. because "words 113 3, 86 | love, ~therefore have I drawn thee, taking pity on thee." 114 3, 88 | received from Him, that sin is drawn to the species of ingratitude, ~ 115 3, 88 | special sin, but will be drawn to the species ~of the other 116 Suppl, 14| contempt, and indeed is drawn away ~from many sins thereby.~ 117 Suppl, 52| by the mother should be drawn to her condition.~Aquin.: 118 Suppl, 54| a particular genus when drawn out through many mediate ~ 119 Suppl, 59| be no fear of their being drawn into ~idolatry. And thus 120 Suppl, 65| matters. But those which are drawn like conclusions ~from these 121 Suppl, 65| which like conclusions are drawn ~from its first precepts. 122 Suppl, 69| reason why a distinction is drawn between the time ~before 123 Suppl, 72| respect a distinction is drawn between ~the good and the 124 Suppl, 77| although the second water be drawn into the species of wine, 125 Suppl, 79| whatever is patient is drawn to the bounds of the agent, 126 Suppl, 79| the patient as ~such is drawn beyond its own bounds within 127 Suppl, 79| species, ~the body is not drawn away from natural quality, 128 Suppl, 80| are in the same ~place are drawn from different points to 129 Suppl, 80| a line is not said to be drawn otherwise than from a point 130 Suppl, 86| sinned, but delivered them drawn down by infernal ropes to 131 Suppl, 93| persons, because in the signs drawn on the 'abacus' the number 132 Suppl, 94| followers whom they have ~drawn thither from the world." 133 Suppl, 95| whose activities some are drawn to salvation, whereby the 134 Suppl, 95| the soul will not be so drawn ~by the body, but however 135 Appen2, 1| the conclusions we have drawn above (TP, Q[86], ~AA[4],


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