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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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joined

    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | in the intellectual soul joined to a body.~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 8 | works. For an agent must be joined to that wherein it acts ~ 3 1, 8 | moved and the mover must be joined together. Now since God ~ 4 1, 14 | in so far as His will is joined to it. Hence the ~knowledge 5 1, 14 | belong unless the will is joined to ~it, as is said above.~ 6 1, 14 | 3: The knowledge of God, joined to His will is the cause 7 1, 14 | which, however they may be joined together, are not ~individualized 8 1, 25 | just. If, however, they be joined directly ~with the verb " 9 1, 27 | intellectual conception ~joined and united to the intelligent 10 1, 30 | of the Holy Ghost to be joined with the relation of principle 11 1, 31 | exclude otherness, can be ~joined to an essential name in 12 1, 31 | God?~(4) Whether it can be joined to a personal term?~~Aquin.: 13 1, 31 | 2: Further, whatever is joined to the essential term in 14 1, 31 | this expression "alone" is joined to an essential ~term, it 15 1, 31 | essential ~term, it would be so joined as regards either the personal 16 1, 31 | expression "alone" cannot be ~joined to an essential term in 17 1, 31 | it cannot in any way be joined to any ~term in God; for 18 1, 31 | the term to which it is ~joined; and it would follow that 19 1, 31 | the term ~"alone" being joined to any essential term in 20 1, 31 | can the term "alone" be joined to an essential ~term. For 21 1, 31 | the ~term to which it is joined that what is said exclusively 22 1, 31 | exclusive diction can be joined to the personal term?~Aquin.: 23 1, 31 | exclusive diction can be joined to the ~personal term, even 24 1, 31 | the term to which it is joined. Hence it does not exclude ~ 25 1, 43 | on Ezech. 16:53: "What is joined and tied in one body ~cannot 26 1, 45 | operation of ~nature is joined creation. But this opinion 27 1, 48 | species, except ~as it is joined to the undue end; just as 28 1, 48 | natural things, unless it is joined to another ~form. Thus, 29 1, 48 | morals is a certain good joined to the privation of another 30 1, 48 | except by virtue of some good joined to it: while of itself it 31 1, 48 | only happen to evil as joined to some good. Hence evil 32 1, 48 | by reason of some good joined to it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 33 1, 54 | have no bodies naturally joined to them, as is ~manifest 34 1, 43 | on Ezech. 16:53: "What is joined and tied in one body ~cannot 35 1, 46 | operation of ~nature is joined creation. But this opinion 36 1, 49 | species, except ~as it is joined to the undue end; just as 37 1, 49 | natural things, unless it is joined to another ~form. Thus, 38 1, 49 | morals is a certain good joined to the privation of another 39 1, 49 | except by virtue of some good joined to it: while of itself it 40 1, 49 | only happen to evil as joined to some good. Hence evil 41 1, 49 | by reason of some good joined to it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 42 1, 55 | have no bodies naturally joined to them, as is ~manifest 43 1, 87 | substance, would not be joined ~to us in its substance, 44 1, 88 | phantasms as it is for it to be joined to the body; but to be separated ~ 45 1, 88 | nature required them to be joined to bodies, and ~thus to 46 1, 88 | soul is more perfect when joined to the body ~than when existing 47 1, 88 | existence, whilst they are joined to the world ~of incorporeal 48 1, 89 | afterwards, by its own will, ~was joined to the service of the body. 49 1, 93 | from the ~state of the soul joined to the body. Secondly, the 50 1, 107 | words, "Princes went before ~joined with singers" (Ps. 67:26).~ 51 1, 108 | belongs to ~wicked men to be joined to and subject to those 52 1, 109 | vii): "Divine wisdom has ~joined the ends of the first to 53 1, 109 | move locally bodies not joined to it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 54 2, 58 | but also it needs to be ~"joined with right reason," as Aristotle 55 2, 105 | children of Ammon, "was joined to ~the people of Israel, 56 2, 112 | virtue of the Divine Nature joined to it, whereby ~the actions 57 2, 10 | 6: "What . . . God hath joined together let no man ~put 58 2, 18 | of faith is to be fast ~joined to it."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 59 2, 26 | know Him, since "he who is joined" to ~God by love, is "one 60 2, 43 | 1 Cor. 6:17: "He who is ~joined to the Lord, is one spirit." 61 2, 72 | Paralip 19:2): "Thou art ~joined in friendship with them 62 2, 109 | means deem these to have joined the ranks of the ~hypocrites, 63 2, 152 | 1 Cor. 6:17, "He who is joined to the Lord is one spirit." ~ 64 2, 152 | accession ~to a woman who is not joined to him in marriage, which 65 2, 166 | Tobias ~3:17): "Never have I joined myself with them that play; 66 2, 181 | namely by faith, "and ~fitly joined together," namely by charity, " 67 2, 184 | the ungodly, and thou ~art joined in friendship with them 68 3, 1 | the neck of a horse was joined to the head of a man" ~[* 69 3, 1 | nowhere holds that God was so joined to human flesh as ~either 70 3, 2 | because the human nature is joined to the Divine ~personality, 71 3, 3 | 1 Cor. 6:17: "He who ~is joined to the Lord is one spirit."~ 72 3, 6 | and you separate what were joined ~by the medium; for example, 73 3, 6 | Hence the Word was not joined to flesh through ~the medium 74 3, 6 | created, but not at once joined to the Word, since it would 75 3, 6 | such as are immediately ~joined, i.e. the Godhead and the 76 3, 10 | person, is more closely joined to the Word of ~God than 77 3, 16 | meant than that God ~is joined to man by such a conjunction 78 3, 16 | they are somehow mutually joined together. And these ~opinions 79 3, 16 | that Man was made God, i.e. joined to God, and that God was 80 3, 16 | God was made ~Man, i.e. joined to man.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 81 3, 32 | when he began to exist was joined to God the ~Word, into so 82 3, 60 | conformity, in that the word is joined to the ~sensible sign, just 83 3, 68 | something of hers through being joined ~with, and yet distinct 84 3, 82 | Mt. 19:6: "What God ~hath joined together, let no man put 85 Suppl, 41| What . . . God ~hath joined together let no man put 86 Suppl, 44| bond whereby those who are joined ~in matrimony are tied together. 87 Suppl, 44| result only from their ~being joined. Now such is the effect 88 Suppl, 44| it is the husband who is joined to the woman in ~matrimony. 89 Suppl, 44| of two apt persons to be joined together." Also, according 90 Suppl, 48| 6, ~"What . . . God hath joined together let no man put 91 Suppl, 48| act of those who are being joined together, and ~thus it is 92 Suppl, 51| the two persons who are joined ~together, and the mutual 93 Suppl, 54| of my flesh." Yet Eve was joined in marriage to Adam. ~Therefore 94 Suppl, 54| Mt. 19:6): "What God hath joined ~together let no man put 95 Suppl, 54| man put asunder." But God joined those together who are ~ 96 Suppl, 54| join together those who are joined ~together against the Divine 97 Suppl, 54| together those ~who are joined together against the commandment 98 Suppl, 55| certain persons having been joined together not by their being ~ 99 Suppl, 55| by their being ~actually joined. Wherefore it is not done 100 Suppl, 55| the contrary, He who is joined to a harlot is made one 101 Suppl, 55| divorce. For "what God hath joined together let no man put 102 Suppl, 61| Mt. 19:6): "What God hath joined together ~let no man put 103 Suppl, 62| 1 Cor. 6:16): "He who is joined to a ~harlot is made one 104 Suppl, 62| Therefore the husband who ~is joined to a wife guilty of fornication 105 Suppl, 62| Wherefore her husband, by being joined to her, does not ~become 106 Suppl, 62| might also reply that he is joined to her ~not as a harlot 107 Suppl, 65| where several wives are joined to one ~husband, since one 108 Suppl, 65| marriage ~where one man is joined to several wives, are greater 109 Suppl, 67| to sunder "what ~God hath joined together." Since then the 110 Suppl, 67| husband, unless ~she were joined in marriage to another husband. 111 Suppl, 90| the body than ~when it is joined to the body. Therefore it 112 Appen2, 1| there. Yet that place was joined to hell, or ~the same as


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