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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | examples to be followed in our lives (as in moral ~sciences) 2 1, 4 | intelligent thing than what merely lives. Therefore life is more ~ 3 1, 8 | feels where it ~sees, and lives where it feels, and is where 4 1, 8 | it feels, and is where it lives." But the soul sees ~as 5 1, 8 | does not follow that it lives or ~exists in the heavens, 6 1, 8 | there it is, and there it lives according to this mode of 7 1, 13 | that when we say that God lives, we mean that God is ~not 8 1, 13 | For in ~saying that God lives, they assuredly mean more 9 1, 13 | as if when we say "God ~lives," the sense were, "life 10 1, 18 | life; and therefore He so lives that He has not principle 11 1, 20 | and beatific life that He lives. ~Strictly speaking, therefore, 12 1, 51 | But ~the soul not only lives, but gives life to the body. 13 1, 76 | thing by which the body lives is the soul. And as life 14 1, 52 | But ~the soul not only lives, but gives life to the body. 15 1, 75 | thing by which the body lives is the soul. And as life 16 1, 89 | Therefore the soul, whereby man lives, is of the Divine ~substance.~ 17 1, 93 | order to ~direct our own lives. Wherefore the first man 18 2, 18 | goodness inasmuch as he lives; and of evil, inasmuch as 19 2, 40 | has little to remember and lives very much in hope. Again, 20 2, 61 | the ~sake of the truth, lives for the common weal."] ~ 21 2, 72 | according to the flesh, when ~he lives according to himself, as 22 2, 102 | require the blood of your lives": and they were forbidden 23 2, 102 | The just regardeth the lives of his beasts: but the bowels 24 2, 4 | 2:20) adds, "by which it lives once more." Therefore faith 25 2, 10 | Because every one that lives or acts according to his ~ 26 2, 11 | in order to save their lives and other temporal ~goods, 27 2, 11 | but also safeguards their lives, and ~sometimes by dispensation, 28 2, 16 | of anyone so long as he lives. Therefore one can also 29 2, 30 | endanger one's ~life and the lives of those who are under our 30 2, 31 | should become spies on the lives of ~others, which is against 31 2, 37 | consecration, as long as he lives, even if he fall into schism 32 2, 56 | found even in a man who lives all by himself.~Aquin.: 33 2, 56 | whereby, in this life, it lives spiritually, viz. ~temperance, 34 2, 62 | persecution ~took their own lives, and who are commemorated 35 2, 79 | who give up their whole lives to ~contemplation. Such 36 2, 81 | to any man so long as he lives here below, because we cannot ~ 37 2, 86 | consecrated, so long as he lives. Now the solemnity of a 38 2, 86 | is dead to the world and lives to God, and so he must not 39 2, 91 | customs of those among whom he lives.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[93] A[ 40 2, 98 | OBJ 6: Even as the soul lives by itself, while the body 41 2, 98 | by itself, while the body lives ~through being united to 42 2, 107 | is the truth whereby one lives aright, ~and of which it 43 2, 107 | perfect heart." Now one ~lives aright by any virtue, as 44 2, 107 | the truth of life a man lives aright ~in himself, whereas 45 2, 108 | charity whereby the soul lives in union with God, as stated 46 2, 112 | to those among whom he ~lives. Hence the Apostle says ( 47 2, 113 | of those among whom one lives, yet it does not fear to ~ 48 2, 117 | the means whereby a man lives, is an undoing of his ~very 49 2, 122 | river, and so ended ~their lives, and their martyrdom is 50 2, 122 | we ought to lay down our lives for the ~brethren." Therefore 51 2, 122 | sometimes, however, that a man ~lives for some time after being 52 2, 135 | Further, "by virtue man lives aright," according to Augustine ( 53 2, 144 | for ~those among whom he lives, for his own person, and 54 2, 144 | the people among ~whom he lives, for his own person, and 55 2, 166 | for it is related ~in the Lives of the Fathers (ii. 16; 56 2, 167 | of those among whom one lives; wherefore ~Augustine says ( 57 2, 176 | regards the ~believer, who lives not, by faith, with the 58 2, 177 | the contrary, These two lives are signified by the two 59 2, 177 | there were more ~than two lives. Therefore life is adequately 60 2, 178 | but several contemplative ~lives.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[ 61 2, 178 | 27), "no one seeing ~God lives this mortal life wherein 62 2, 181 | than the distinction of lives. Therefore duties ~do not 63 2, 183 | forward as an example to the lives of ~others, is warned not 64 2, 184 | self, since ~thereby man lives." Therefore it would seem 65 2, 184 | voluntary poverty, whereby a man lives without ~property of his 66 2, 185 | Blessed ~Arsenius in the Lives of the Fathers (v, 6) that 67 2, 185 | idleness. on the other hand, he lives not ~idly who in any way 68 2, 185 | not ~idly who in any way lives usefully.~Aquin.: SMT SS 69 2, 186 | We will ~fight for our lives and our laws," and further 70 2, 186 | when instructing one who lives in community, he says: " 71 2, 187 | suddenly, since every man that ~lives aright, progresses during 72 2, 187 | Hence we read in the Lives of the Fathers (vi, 1) that 73 2, 187 | which they are to pass their lives.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 74 3, 2 | form, so likewise the body lives by ~the soul: in this way 75 3, 6 | 2: Further, as the body lives by the soul, which is its 76 3, 8 | justice" in the soul ~that lives through Christ, as the Apostle 77 3, 29 | but those who spend their lives in worldly vanities ~can 78 3, 40 | says (Polit. i) that he who lives alone is ~"either a beast" - 79 3, 40 | sinful." Now both ~these lives are lawful and praiseworthy - 80 3, 46 | than those who lose their lives and abide in death. Therefore ~ 81 3, 53 | Fourthly, to set in order the lives of the faithful: according 82 3, 53 | because so long as a man lives, subject to the ~necessity 83 3, 56 | comes of God that the soul ~lives by grace, and that the body 84 3, 56 | grace, and that the body lives by the soul. Consequently, ~ 85 3, 59 | In one way, as it still lives on in men's memories, in ~ 86 3, 64 | Remember ~that the evil lives of wicked men are not prejudicial 87 3, 65 | the society in which he lives, for man is by nature a ~ 88 3, 68 | mother die while the child lives yet in her womb, she ~should 89 3, 72 | others; whereas until then he lives an individual life, as it 90 3, 72 | spiritual life, ~whereby man lives in himself. And therefore 91 3, 72 | salvation, forasmuch as he lives to himself: whereas in Confirmation 92 3, 83 | relics of the saints, ~"whose lives are hidden with Christ in 93 Suppl, 13| wherefore we read in the Lives of the Fathers (v, 5) of 94 Suppl, 16| Further, we read in the Lives of the Fathers, that one 95 Suppl, 25| claimed for it a man who lives near that church, or ~the 96 Suppl, 25| Reply OBJ 4: A person who lives near the church, and the 97 Suppl, 28| another: thus we read ~in the Lives of the Fathers of a certain 98 Suppl, 36| Further, we read in the Lives of the Fathers that some 99 Suppl, 45| cannot, as long as she lives, marry another. Therefore 100 Suppl, 51| second ~while the first lives. But she may either leave 101 Suppl, 59| again while her ~husband lives, it would seem that neither 102 Suppl, 61| man dies to the world and lives to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 103 Suppl, 62| for one, while the other ~lives, to marry again.~Aquin.: 104 Suppl, 69| signified by thut bosom, there lives my Nebridius," and further ~ 105 Suppl, 70| substantial soul, which lives though separated from the ~ 106 Suppl, 71| 1~OBJ 4: Further, in the Lives of the Fathers (iii, 172; 107 Suppl, 72| to the head. Now our Head lives ~and will live eternally 108 Suppl, 72| wherein, ~after death, man lives according to the soul only, 109 Suppl, 72| by it, even as the soul lives for ~ever. Therefore the 110 Suppl, 76| the soul which after death lives. And ~consequently if it 111 Suppl, 79| say that for half their lives there is no ~difference


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