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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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look

    Part, Question
1 1, 18 | seen to possess makes them ~look as if they were alive. Yet 2 1, 58 | Whom the angels desire to look." Therefore the ~angel's 3 1, 62 | still another, which we look forward to in the future, 4 1, 65 | 2 Cor. 4:18): "While we look not at the things which 5 1, 65 | produced from like, we must not look for the cause ~of corporeal 6 1, 67 | order of nature we must not look for miracles, but for what 7 1, 59 | Whom the angels desire to look." Therefore the ~angel's 8 1, 63 | still another, which we look forward to in the future, 9 1, 66 | 2 Cor. 4:18): "While we look not at the things which 10 1, 66 | produced from like, we must not look for the cause ~of corporeal 11 1, 68 | order of nature we must not look for miracles, but for what 12 1, 92 | ground, but is adapted to look ~upward to heaven, for this 13 1, 92 | found in the soul, we must look for it where the ~soul approaches 14 1, 95 | the ~presidency of one to look after the common good; for 15 1, 112 | Ps. 21:2: "O God, my God, look upon ~me: why hast Thou 16 1, 116 | blazing ~eyes, who by a single look bewitch others, especially 17 1, 116 | contracts a tarnish from the look of a "menstruata," as Aristotle 18 2, 2 | Any one that chooses ~to look back on his past excesses, 19 2, 10 | an object: for it might look at that part of the ~object 20 2, 25 | in a thing, we no longer ~look upon it as something difficult 21 2, 32 | united to others by ~love, we look upon their good as being 22 2, 33 | 12) that they ~"desire to look at Him."~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 35 | unto ~salvation." Now to look at God belongs to the higher 24 2, 38 | for so should his eyes look for him less, where they 25 2, 42 | inevitable, wherefore we look upon it as already ~present. 26 2, 47 | interest in a thing, we look upon ~it as our own good; 27 2, 64 | virtue to reason, then, if we look at that which is has of ~ 28 2, 64 | magnificence. For if we ~look at the absolute quantity 29 2, 65 | of that hope whereby we look to ~gain future bliss through 30 2, 66 | three theological ~virtues look at God as their proper object, 31 2, 67 | Whom the angels desire to look." ~Therefore it seems that 32 2, 71 | in the sin of omission we look merely at that in which 33 2, 81 | leaves it unsolved. Yet if we look into the matter carefully ~ 34 2, 102 | Israelites) were commanded to look upon the ~fruits of the 35 2, 106 | Testament. ~Therefore we must look forward to another state, 36 2, 106 | Nevertheless we are not to look ~forward to a state wherein 37 2, 106 | etc. Hence we ~are not to look forward to another law corresponding 38 2, 108 | make them his ~end, and to look upon them as the reason 39 2, 113 | tending onward, ought not to look back, ~according to Phil. 40 2, 113 | freeing from sin. But if we look at ~what is on the part 41 2, 1 | passion, your voice, your look, have struck terror into 42 2, 2 | He that ~art to come, or look we for another?" Therefore 43 2, 5 | gloss on Osee 3:1, "They look to strange gods, and ~love 44 2, 10 | itself, and is able to ~look after itself, in matters 45 2, 10 | is the parents' duty to look after the salvation of ~ 46 2, 17 | of the saints in ~heaven, look yet for the glory of their 47 2, 18 | through grace, wisdom, as we look at ~it, is considered not 48 2, 20 | estate: yet it is not, if we look at the ~immensity of the 49 2, 24 | evident that we ought to ~look upon every man as our neighbor." 50 2, 24 | Cor. 4:16). Now the good look upon ~their rational nature 51 2, 26 | as happens to ~us if we look on at a boxing-match, and 52 2, 27 | from hope also, whereby we look forward to enjoy the Divine ~ 53 2, 30 | after himself, ought ~to look to his soul more than to 54 2, 30 | each one must first of ~all look after himself and then after 55 2, 30 | as it were, to have to look to the welfare of those 56 2, 31 | Christ. i, 28), we must look upon ~this as a matter of 57 2, 31 | No, "because you would look after your own salvation ~ 58 2, 32 | some, in so far as they look upon Him as ~forbidding 59 2, 34 | seem ~great to those who look not to eternal goods: whereas, 60 2, 47 | foresight enables a man to look on distant things. ~Therefore 61 2, 47 | belongs to foresight to look on that which is by ~its 62 2, 51 | Prov. 4:25): "Let thy eyes look straight ~on, and let thine 63 2, 56 | De Officiis ii, 6): "We look to a profit that is estimated ~ 64 2, 64 | confusion if everyone had to look after ~any one thing indeterminately. 65 2, 64 | to the owner who does not look upon such things as ~unappropriated, 66 2, 75 | Wherefore the seller may look to his own indemnity, by ~ 67 2, 81 | 2 Cor. 4:18), "While we look not at the things ~which 68 2, 85 | about a thing we should look to its principle. ~Now the 69 2, 86 | plough. Consequently, if he look back by desisting from his 70 2, 95 | invoking the divine name ~look for an effect due to God' 71 2, 98 | well," says: "They should look to the people for a ~supply 72 2, 98 | in the intention, if ~one look, not to the worthiness of 73 2, 102 | another, he would have to ~look upon the will of the person 74 2, 104 | giving thanks we should look at the benefactor's disposition ~ 75 2, 104 | repaying favors we should not look at the ~benefactor's disposition 76 2, 104 | repaying favors we should look at the deed.~Aquin.: SMT 77 2, 106 | the contrary, We should look to God for nothing save 78 2, 106 | and ~lawful. But we are to look to God for vengeance on 79 2, 115 | of a liberal man not to look to himself, ~so that he 80 2, 115 | which each one is able to ~look after himself in the first 81 2, 115 | Further, man is bound to look after himself rather than 82 2, 132 | inclination one has to look after oneself. Therefore 83 2, 142 | we do not think that they look upon ~our defect as disgraceful.~ 84 2, 145 | to its own practice, and look upon the commands ~of the 85 2, 145 | to its own practice, and look upon the commands of the ~ 86 2, 152 | the contrary, A lustful look is less than a touch, a 87 2, 152 | 5:28, "Whosoever shall look on a woman to lust ~after 88 2, 156 | more repulsive than the ~look of an angry man, and nothing 89 2, 159 | a ~man is known by his look, and a wise man, when thou 90 2, 160 | et Grat. xxix): "If he look ~into the question carefully, 91 2, 163 | for to eat ~earth is to look into things deep and dark." 92 2, 166 | A man is known by his look, and a wise man, ~when thou 93 2, 182 | on Acts 6:3, "Brethren, look ye out . . . seven men of 94 2, 182 | state; for this would be to look back [*Cf. ~Lk. 9:62]. Yet 95 2, 182 | point of super-eminence, we ~look not at that in which they 96 2, 183 | will it becomes a man to look chiefly to his ~own spiritual 97 2, 183 | welfare, whereas that he look to the spiritual welfare 98 2, 183 | government of the Church, we must look chiefly to his pre-eminence 99 2, 183 | state; since this is "to look back," which is ~condemned 100 2, 184 | is perfect, to which ~we look forward in the life to come; 101 2, 187 | accounted to turn or to look back, save ~when he omits 102 3, 5 | Jesus Christ we are ~not to look for a common species," as 103 3, 5 | ignoble sinfulness? If you look at ~its origin, the substance 104 3, 14 | with infirmity, and His ~look was, as it were, hidden 105 3, 36 | again (Is. 43:3): ~"His look was, as it were, hidden 106 3, 39 | obtained grace we ~must look forward to be judged"; and 107 3, 44 | its ~rays, lest it should look on its Lord hanging on the 108 3, 44 | fault or be punished: "but look at the miracle, and wonder 109 3, 55 | the disciples could not look upon Him when He was transfigured 110 3, 56 | and God has no ~need to look at any exemplar cause outside 111 3, 58 | scattereth away all evil with his look." Now in ~either sense it 112 3, 59 | scattereth away all evil with his look." But it was without merits 113 3, 59 | Therefore it is useless to look ~forward to a final Judgment.~ 114 3, 68 | because in them we do ~not look for better instruction or 115 3, 68 | as long as they ~cannot look after themselves. For which 116 3, 72 | for this reason we ~must look upon it as certain that 117 3, 75 | Virgin. Why, then, do you look for ~nature's order in Christ' 118 3, 83 | are the images; as when we look upon a picture or a fresco, 119 3, 83 | with God, when he says: "Look down upon them with a ~propitious," 120 Suppl, 23| so is the master bound to look ~after his subjects. Again 121 Suppl, 72| him and more pleasant to look upon. Now ~in order that 122 Suppl, 83| restoration of the rising body we ~look to its natural perfection 123 Suppl, 85| first coming, ~so do we look forward to the second. But 124 Suppl, 87| Jn. 19:37, "They shall look on him whom they pierced,"


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