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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | differences. Hence, to be quite accurate, ~it is better 2 1, 13 | But if anyone should be quite ~ignorant of God altogether, 3 1, 26 | 6], AA[2],4). But it is ~quite impossible that there should 4 1, 39 | truth of this question is quite clear if we consider ~the 5 1, 42 | with ~movement; which is quite impossible. Therefore we 6 1, 46 | world began to exist in some quite ~impossible manner. This 7 1, 50 | power. It is, however, quite foreign to the custom of 8 1, 51 | to bodies; but some are quite separated from bodies, and 9 1, 52 | said to be in a place in quite a different sense. A body 10 1, 52 | be in a place appertains quite ~differently to a body, 11 1, 53 | through the mid-space, is quite in keeping with an angel' 12 1, 54 | within the agent. It is quite clear ~regarding the first 13 1, 55 | The angel's knowledge is quite indifferent as to what is ~ 14 1, 57 | the minority of cases are quite ~unknown; such as casual 15 1, 58 | regarding it. ~Now it is quite evident that the quiddity 16 1, 58 | enlightened angels, who are quite apart from the darkness, ~ 17 1, 59 | because infinite goodness is quite foreign to the nature of ~ 18 1, 59 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it is quite evident from what has been 19 1, 60 | under the same but under quite different aspects ~that 20 1, 62 | operations. But it was ~quite natural for the angel to 21 1, 62 | grace. This, however, is quite foreign to the idea of beatitude; 22 1, 62 | while in beatitude. This is quite contrary, again, to the ~ 23 1, 62 | different specifically; and in quite another way in men, ~who 24 1, 63 | ceasing to exist. Now it is quite ~evident that God surpasses 25 1, 64 | namely, God. But it is quite natural for one separate 26 1, 76 | with a cloak; which ~is quite absurd.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 27 1, 76 | one species; while it is quite impossible ~for many angels 28 1, 76 | body as its ~form, it is quite impossible for several essentially 29 1, 77 | lies senseless, yet not quite dead, sees some things by ~ 30 1, 77 | when by death the soul is quite separate from ~the body. 31 1, 39 | truth of this question is quite clear if we consider ~the 32 1, 42 | with ~movement; which is quite impossible. Therefore we 33 1, 47 | world began to exist in some quite ~impossible manner. This 34 1, 51 | power. It is, however, quite foreign to the custom of 35 1, 52 | to bodies; but some are quite separated from bodies, and 36 1, 53 | said to be in a place in quite a different sense. A body ~ 37 1, 53 | be in a place appertains quite ~differently to a body, 38 1, 54 | through the mid-space, is quite in keeping with an angel' 39 1, 55 | within the agent. It is quite clear ~regarding the first 40 1, 56 | The angel's knowledge is quite indifferent as to what is ~ 41 1, 58 | the minority of cases are quite ~unknown; such as casual 42 1, 59 | regarding it. ~Now it is quite evident that the quiddity 43 1, 59 | enlightened angels, who are quite apart from the darkness, ~ 44 1, 60 | because infinite goodness is quite foreign to the nature of ~ 45 1, 60 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it is quite evident from what has been 46 1, 61 | under the same but under quite different aspects ~that 47 1, 63 | operations. But it was ~quite natural for the angel to 48 1, 63 | grace. This, however, is quite foreign to the idea of beatitude; 49 1, 63 | while in beatitude. This is quite contrary, again, to the ~ 50 1, 63 | different specifically; and in quite another way in men, ~who 51 1, 64 | ceasing to exist. Now it is quite ~evident that God surpasses 52 1, 65 | namely, God. But it is quite natural for one separate 53 1, 75 | with a cloak; which ~is quite absurd.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 54 1, 75 | one species; while it is quite impossible ~for many angels 55 1, 75 | body as its ~form, it is quite impossible for several essentially 56 1, 76 | lies senseless, yet not quite dead, sees some things by ~ 57 1, 76 | when by death the soul is quite separate from ~the body. 58 1, 84 | who understands. For it is quite true that the mode ~of understanding, 59 1, 84 | apart from the smell, it is quite clear that ~the color which 60 1, 86 | as it is ~actual. This is quite clear as regards sensible 61 1, 89 | rational souls. But this is quite impossible, and is against ~ 62 1, 89 | the above supposition ~is quite impossible. For it is clear 63 1, 90 | such an attitude would quite hinder speech, ~which is 64 1, 91 | five loaves. But this is quite impossible. For such an ~ 65 1, 91 | considered in itself, is ~quite unchangeable, since it has 66 1, 91 | multiplication of matter is ~quite unintelligible, as long 67 1, 95 | other animals. But this is quite ~unreasonable. For the nature 68 1, 107 | explanation of the orders is quite a reasonable one. For the ~ 69 2, 2 | man's perfect good, but is quite a trifle as compared with 70 2, 13 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is quite true that it is for the 71 2, 35 | future. Therefore sorrow is quite different ~from pain.~Aquin.: 72 2, 35 | but when ~the thirst is quite driven out, the pleasure 73 2, 36 | dumb animals feel, it is quite evident how their souls 74 2, 37 | learning anything, I was quite unequal to it, because it 75 2, 57 | another, his deed is not yet quite perfect, as regards ~his 76 2, 65 | reside in the ~human mind are quite inseparable from one another": 77 2, 65 | fellowship. Therefore charity is quite impossible ~without faith 78 2, 67 | the part of the object is ~quite incompatible with imperfect 79 2, 105 | Consequently, although it is quite possible for two or three ~ 80 2, 1 | human ~conjecture, but it is quite impossible for a false opinion 81 2, 18 | heaven, it ~will not have quite the same act as it has now.~ 82 2, 25 | blood." ~Moreover it is quite certain and undeniable, 83 2, 50 | the theological virtues quite the same acts in heaven 84 2, 66 | accuse except of what he is ~quite certain about, wherein ignorance 85 2, 86 | the person, or that ~are quite useless, do not come under 86 2, 92 | the time of grace is not ~quite equal to idolatry as to 87 2, 102 | disagreeable matters, then it is ~quite evident that it is not fulfilled 88 2, 104 | may be a poor man, and is quite unable ~to repay. Therefore 89 2, 134 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is quite evident that some go through 90 2, 186 | would seem that they do not ~quite reach to the perfection 91 3, 15 | future evil, if the evil be quite certain, does not ~arouse 92 3, 22 | that His priesthood is not quite the ~same as theirs, but 93 3, 27 | of perfection: and it is quite enough to ascribe to the ~ 94 3, 27 | as she ought." Now it is ~quite clear that all this was 95 3, 31 | indeed held. For this is ~quite impossible. First, because 96 3, 46 | necessary from some ~cause quite apart from itself; and should 97 3, 46 | outward sensitive pain in quite another; for it lessens 98 3, 46 | it was full moon," it is quite ~clear that Christ kept 99 3, 46 | relates. For it "was not quite the sixth hour, but ~about 100 3, 46 | part of the Jews, and from quite another on the part of God' 101 3, 50 | three days of His death for quite ~another reason. For he 102 3, 51 | go with them. But it is ~quite the contrary with Christ: 103 3, 55 | given ~above. But it is quite unknown in what places He 104 3, 57 | principles of nature; and it is quite ~evident that Christ did 105 3, 59 | entire Trinity, which is quite true: still by special appropriation 106 3, 72 | incentive of fire. And this was quite fitting: for it was ~through 107 3, 77 | generated from ~them. For it is quite evident that nothing is 108 3, 81 | And this would have been quite ~proper, if the malice of 109 3, 82 | thing not ~to bestow, and quite another to bestow, but not 110 3, 82 | Para. 2/2~But this is said quite unreasonably, because everyone 111 3, 83 | than the ~priest. Therefore quite unseemingly the priest, 112 Suppl, 64| the ~wife be ailing, it is quite certain that she would be 113 Suppl, 70| lying senseless, yet not quite ~dead, it sees some things 114 Suppl, 77| opinion maintains, but not for quite the same reason. For it 115 Suppl, 80| different place; and it is quite ~conceivable that they should 116 Suppl, 92| But this does ~not seem quite fitting, for whenever a


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