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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | this way, sacred doctrine ~bears, as it were, the stamp of 2 1, 33 | contains it; for the latter bears the name by reason of a 3 1, 54 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, cause bears the same relation to cause, 4 1, 54 | relatively infinite, for it bears relation to all sensible ~ 5 1, 56 | which is united to a faculty bears the same relation to actions 6 1, 57 | accident; but as the higher bears resemblance to ~the lower, 7 1, 62 | that ~sanctifying grace bears the same relation to beatitude 8 1, 64 | demon; this can ~be good and bears witness to the goodness 9 1, 64 | sin on account of the sin bears ~witness to the goodness 10 1, 64 | account of the punishment, bears witness to the goodness 11 1, 72 | beasts," wild animals such as bears ~and lions are designated. 12 1, 55 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, cause bears the same relation to cause, 13 1, 55 | relatively infinite, for it bears relation to all sensible ~ 14 1, 57 | which is united to a faculty bears the same relation to actions 15 1, 58 | accident; but as the higher bears resemblance to ~the lower, 16 1, 63 | that ~sanctifying grace bears the same relation to beatitude 17 1, 65 | demon; this can ~be good and bears witness to the goodness 18 1, 65 | sin on account of the sin bears ~witness to the goodness 19 1, 65 | account of the punishment, bears witness to the goodness 20 1, 71 | beasts," wild animals such as bears ~and lions are designated. 21 1, 92 | which the product of an art bears to the artistic species 22 1, 92 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Our being bears the image of God so far 23 2, 5 | act of virtue, whereby man bears these trials in a ~praiseworthy 24 2, 11 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fruit bears one relation to the tree 25 2, 18 | the object ~on which it bears; so the interior act of 26 2, 27 | according ~as potentiality bears a resemblance to its act; 27 2, 27 | that loves what he needs, bears a likeness to what he ~loves, 28 2, 27 | loves, as potentiality bears a likeness to its act, as 29 2, 28 | perceives; and if he cannot, bears ~with it and laments it."~ 30 2, 29 | whatever is suitable, ~as such, bears the aspect of good; so whatever 31 2, 29 | is repugnant, as such, ~bears the aspect of evil. And 32 2, 32 | though it ~be unlike sorrow, bears some likeness to the man 33 2, 46 | contrary and hurtful, which ~bears the character of evil.~Aquin.: 34 2, 60 | matter of the passive subject bears a twofold ~relation to the 35 2, 70 | not acts. For that which bears fruit, ~should not itself 36 2, 71 | will: which act sometimes bears directly on the omission, 37 2, 71 | however, the act of ~the will bears directly on something else 38 2, 73 | because a virtuous ~man who bears a wrong with equanimity 39 2, 84 | OBJ 2: Further, the head bears a certain relation of order 40 2, 87 | one ~who has not sinned, bears willingly the punishment 41 2, 87 | good of his soul, if he bears it ~patiently.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 91 | concept of the Divine law bears the character of ~an eternal 43 2, 91 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, a law bears the character of a measure, 44 2, 93 | the acts of his ~subjects, bears the character of a law, 45 2, 93 | things to their due end, bears the character of law. ~Accordingly 46 2, 100 | decalogue, in so ~far as it bears the character of something 47 2, 111 | virtues," since by it a man ~bears himself rightly towards 48 2, 10 | nothing about the faith, it bears the character, not of ~sin, 49 2, 12 | Whoever dies in mortal sin, bears with him a will that ~detests 50 2, 24 | to God, in as much as it bears the resemblance of image, 51 2, 25 | loveth its like." Now man bears more likeness to his neighbor 52 2, 31 | results from it. For a man bears with a sinner, ~in so far 53 2, 39 | of the reason, so that it bears a likeness to folly. Hence 54 2, 48 | legislative; another kind bears the common name political, ~ 55 2, 51 | slowness is, for the latter bears a ~certain likeness to right 56 2, 56 | 3: The injury inflicted bears a different proportion to 57 2, 56 | prince from that which it bears to a private person: wherefore 58 2, 57 | 3: Further, every virtue bears the same relation to its 59 2, 79 | because, by them all, man bears witness to the ~Divine excellence 60 2, 95 | than superstition which bears ~some likeness to religion. 61 2, 95 | Reply OBJ 2: Superstition bears a likeness to religion, 62 2, 98 | evil ~generically when it bears on undue matter. Now a spiritual 63 2, 98 | exaction, whereas the ~latter bears a likeness to a gratuitous 64 2, 112 | nature of friendship, but bears a certain likeness thereto, 65 2, 116 | certain likeness that it bears to it: because the covetous 66 2, 123 | Therefore the sin of fear bears a certain ~likeness to fortitude 67 2, 127 | great things. Now virtue bears a relationship to two things, ~ 68 2, 129 | from the very fact that it bears witness to virtue. Hence 69 2, 134 | patience it is whereby he bears evil with an ~equal mind," 70 2, 134 | those evils which a man bears for the ~sake of his body' 71 2, 135 | it is ~found in one who bears those things which are most 72 2, 147 | the difference of drinks bears an ~accidental relation 73 2, 159 | but ~outward abasement, or bears it with equanimity, whether 74 2, 162 | woman neither conceives nor ~bears, she suffers from the defect 75 2, 163 | that part of the soul which bears or reflects the likeness ~ 76 2, 169 | metaphorically, ~inasmuch as He bears Himself after the manner 77 2, 182 | 1) Whether perfection bears any relation to charity?~( 78 2, 182 | abundance of charity that a ~man bears hardships patiently, according 79 2, 187 | baptism. Then the ~Church bears us as it were in her hands 80 3, 1 | wrought, when God Himself bears witness that they would 81 3, 15 | and if he cannot right it, bears with it and sighs." Such ~ 82 3, 31 | that he who pays a tithe bears witness ~to his own imperfection 83 3, 34 | conception. For the free-will bears the same relation to merit 84 3, 35 | shall see that every man bears but one relation ~to both 85 3, 35 | father and mother: whence ~he bears but one relation to both. 86 3, 35 | however, it happens that a man bears a relation to ~several in 87 3, 48 | principle: but ~inasmuch as one bears it willingly, it has an 88 3, 50 | our death; just as he who bears another's ~punishment takes 89 3, 54 | tempered, as medical science bears witness. But whatever anyone ~ 90 3, 73 | the true body of Christ. bears the same relation ~to the 91 3, 73 | unity. But a ~sacrament bears the likeness of the reality 92 3, 75 | of every created agent ~bears upon some determinate act. 93 3, 76 | also because Christ's body bears a relation to ~the medium 94 3, 83 | OBJ[2]) the priest also ~bears Christ's image, in Whose 95 3, 86 | the punishment which he bears ~patiently.~Aquin.: SMT 96 3, 87 | Further, each of the above bears the same relation to one 97 Suppl, 13| from charity whereby man bears it. And since greater charity 98 Suppl, 30| weakness, for a strong man bears the same punishment more 99 Suppl, 37| signified by the light which he bears; the "grace of healing" 100 Suppl, 37| because by the light which he bears, he ~signifies that he dispels 101 Suppl, 41| them no meed." Now merit ~bears a relation to meed. Therefore 102 Suppl, 71| the dead in so far as one bears the dead in mind and ~prays 103 Suppl, 72| nature, since the natural bears a certain ~resemblance to 104 Suppl, 73| some, namely the wicked, bears no likeness to ~the resurrection 105 Suppl, 74| Testament is more perfect, and ~bears a closer resemblance to 106 Suppl, 77| according to the relation it bears to the rational soul, it ~ 107 Suppl, 77| in this respect that it bears a relation to the ~human 108 Suppl, 79| principle, since a power as such bears relation to that ~with respect 109 Suppl, 92| the showing of honor which bears witness to ~virtue. Hence 110 Suppl, 93| Virg.) that "virginity bears a ~likeness to God." Therefore 111 Appen1, 2| itself imply ~uncleanness, it bears a relation to uncleanness


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