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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fashion

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1 1, 4 | they have being after some fashion. It follows therefore that 2 1, 51 | speech, in so far as they ~fashion sounds in the air like to 3 1, 51 | angels could not fall in such fashion before the deluge. Hence 4 1, 52 | dimensive ~quantity. In similar fashion it is not necessary on this 5 1, 52 | place ~in a circumscribed fashion, since it is measured by 6 1, 52 | there in a circumscribed fashion, since he is not ~measured 7 1, 54 | sensitive soul. In like fashion 'a perverted phantasy' is ~ 8 1, 55 | form, now ~another. In like fashion also the lower intellectual 9 1, 55 | anything generically is, in a ~fashion, midway between potentiality 10 1, 55 | Its eminence, is in like fashion taken ~as the proper type 11 1, 57 | Apostle reasons in this fashion (1 Cor. ~2:11): "No one 12 1, 60 | his own good; and, in a fashion, as to the love of friendship, 13 1, 52 | speech, in so far as they ~fashion sounds in the air like to 14 1, 52 | angels could not fall in such fashion before the deluge. Hence 15 1, 53 | dimensive ~quantity. In similar fashion it is not necessary on this 16 1, 53 | place ~in a circumscribed fashion, since it is measured by 17 1, 53 | there in a circumscribed fashion, since he is not ~measured 18 1, 55 | sensitive soul. In like fashion 'a perverted phantasy' is ~ 19 1, 56 | form, now ~another. In like fashion also the lower intellectual 20 1, 56 | anything generically is, in a ~fashion, midway between potentiality 21 1, 56 | Its eminence, is in like fashion taken ~as the proper type 22 1, 58 | Apostle reasons in this fashion (1 Cor. ~2:11): "No one 23 1, 61 | his own good; and, in a fashion, as to the love of friendship, 24 1, 83 | that "the soul, ~after a fashion, is everything." Since, 25 1, 83 | is ~all things, "after a fashion," forasmuch as it is in 26 1, 83 | if put to him in orderly fashion, as ~we find related in 27 1, 83 | questions be put in an orderly fashion they proceed from ~universal 28 1, 84 | nature rather ~after the fashion of a material principle, 29 1, 88 | separate substances after a fashion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 30 1, 92 | seem to attain, after a fashion, to the representation of 31 1, 114 | supposed, it would be, in a fashion, the cause of every ~ignition. 32 1, 114 | a corporeal and visible fashion, certain seeds lie ~hidden 33 2, 2 | attain to eternity after a fashion. ~Hence Boethius says (De 34 2, 2 | proceeds from, and, in a fashion, ~is caused by, human happiness 35 2, 2 | since a form is, after a fashion, contracted ~and bounded 36 2, 3 | is reduced to act, in a fashion, by the ~consideration of 37 2, 9 | appetite is ~moved, in a fashion, by the sensitive appetite, 38 2, 13 | in so far as man, in some fashion, uses or enjoys the ~thing 39 2, 21 | member of a society is, in a fashion, a part and member of the ~ 40 2, 23 | agents. For every mover, in a fashion, either draws the patient ~ 41 2, 27 | unite together, after a fashion, things that are distinct, ~ 42 2, 32 | and yet those are, after a fashion, present, i.e. ~either according 43 2, 46 | several causes are, in a fashion, actually existing therein.~ 44 2, 46 | reason. Therefore anger, in a fashion, ~requires an act of reason.~ 45 2, 56 | good memory; so that, in a fashion, ~it is after the manner 46 2, 57 | body, which arts are, in a ~fashion, servile, inasmuch as the 47 2, 57 | three first names are, in a fashion, potential parts of prudence; 48 2, 62 | fire: and thus, after a fashion, man becomes a partaker 49 2, 65 | because the appetite, in a fashion, moves the ~reason, and 50 2, 65 | hope can exist indeed in a fashion without ~charity: but they 51 2, 80 | good, because he also, in a fashion, ~offers the will its proper 52 2, 82 | including ~all the others, in a fashion.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] A[ 53 2, 91 | reason, so that, ~after a fashion, he is likened to the beasts 54 2, 98 | i.e. "given in orderly fashion," as the gloss explains. ~ 55 2, 103 | did expiate in their own fashion; nor ~deadly, because it 56 2, 106 | set forth in an outward fashion, that the ungodly ~might 57 2, 1 | science must needs be, in a ~fashion, seen.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 58 2, 1 | grace proceeds in orderly fashion no ~less than the operation 59 2, 8 | will, must be, after a ~fashion, the fruit of all the other 60 2, 14 | all, or in a faint-hearted fashion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 61 2, 24 | since the body has, in a fashion, a share of happiness, ~ 62 2, 27 | we participate, after a ~fashion, in the Divine good, by 63 2, 28 | himself much better and in a fashion at once more humane ~and 64 2, 30 | corporal acts, which are, in a fashion, servile.~Aquin.: SMT SS 65 2, 42 | can be fulfilled ~after a fashion on the way, but not perfectly.~ 66 2, 51 | another's, and not ~in orderly fashion by degrees. Now the summit 67 2, 51 | ought to descend in orderly fashion are ~"memory" of the past, " 68 2, 64 | conducted in more orderly ~fashion if each man is charged with 69 2, 86 | or praying, directs, in a fashion, what others are ~to do 70 2, 88 | man, compels him after a fashion. But ~it is unlawful to 71 2, 94 | it is possible for men to fashion on earth forces capable 72 2, 101 | towards an image is, after a fashion, ~towards the thing, yet 73 2, 154 | he holds to it in weakly fashion by reason of the softness 74 2, 183 | carried on in ~an arbitrary fashion, but chiefly according to 75 3, 9 | properly knowledge in a human fashion, both as regards the ~subject 76 3, 25 | absurdity and impiety to fashion a ~figure of what is Divine." 77 3, 28 | Christ, but was begun after a fashion in His Virgin Mother.~Aquin.: 78 3, 29 | signs, knew Christ after a fashion: whence it is written (Mk. ~ 79 3, 29 | afterwards the ~devil after a fashion knew that He was the Son 80 3, 31 | Thirdly, because in this fashion the begetting of man is 81 3, 31 | in Adam, since after some fashion He was in ~him. But this 82 3, 32 | in order to prepare and fashion ~the matter of Christ's 83 3, 41 | food otherwise. And in like fashion ~Christ miraculously provided 84 3, 41 | honors in an ~inordinate fashion. And the principal sign 85 3, 46 | virtue's sake. And in like fashion ~Christ laid down His most 86 3, 46 | proper to it." In like ~fashion, since it belonged to Christ' 87 3, 49 | sacrifice." And in like fashion Christ's voluntary suffering ~ 88 3, 54 | that some men argue in this fashion: "If ~it were a body; if 89 3, 54 | and partly ~not, or in any fashion whatsoever. Still it requires 90 3, 56 | resurrection of souls. In like fashion it is an exemplar cause 91 3, 59 | of this world." In ~like fashion He did not wish to exercise 92 3, 62 | another, nevertheless in a fashion it does pass from its cause 93 3, 63 | by ~which they are, in a fashion, likened to him. And in 94 3, 66 | this is the more ordinary fashion, yet Baptism can be ~conferred 95 3, 66 | is represented after a ~fashion, albeit not so clearly; 96 3, 68 | believe, because in a certain fashion they ~make profession of 97 3, 75 | Christ's body is here after a fashion proper to this sacrament, 98 3, 75 | of ~matter; and in like fashion when what is white becomes 99 3, 75 | although not in the same fashion. First of ~all because in 100 3, 76 | miraculously ~after the fashion of substance.~Aquin.: SMT 101 3, 78 | yet each in different ~fashion: because here it operates 102 3, 78 | the ~leper. And in this fashion Christ's words change the 103 3, 79 | perfected: ~yet in different fashion from the sacrament of Confirmation, 104 3, 79 | accrues to others. In ~like fashion even when the priest consecrates 105 3, 80 | Body Para. 4/6~In like fashion previous evil thoughts can 106 3, 81 | in mortal and passible ~fashion. But the Cross made His 107 3, 81 | but not after the same fashion; ~because in its proper 108 3, 82 | improperly"; and in like fashion, "it is one thing not ~to 109 3, 82 | cannot be lost." But in like fashion, if the degraded ~man be 110 3, 83 | not use it in ~the same fashion as it was ordered under 111 3, 84 | for his sin, a man, in a fashion, confessed his sin ~to the 112 3, 85 | species of justice, yet, in ~a fashion, it comprises things pertaining 113 3, 86 | sacrament of Penance after a ~fashion, as stated above (Q[84], 114 3, 88 | viz. the return, after a fashion, of ~sins already forgiven. 115 Suppl, 37| although the latter is, in a fashion, spiritual. For the acolytes ~ 116 Suppl, 56| the sacraments is after a fashion natural to man, ~inasmuch 117 Suppl, 65| sacrament remains after a fashion, for though it did not signify 118 Suppl, 72| 16] on 1 Cor. 7:31, ~"The fashion of this earth passeth away," 119 Suppl, 72| on 1 Cor. 7:31, that "the fashion of this world will ~perish 120 Suppl, 72| waters of the world, so the fashion of this world will ~perish 121 Suppl, 72| two of them to a better ~fashion." Therefore it would seem 122 Suppl, 72| gloss on 1 Cor. 7:31, "The fashion of this world ~passeth away," 123 Suppl, 72| says (1 Cor. 7:31): "The fashion of this world passeth away."~


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