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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | subject-matter. In both these respects this science surpasses other ~ 2 1, 2 | respect, but only in different respects. For what is actually ~hot 3 1, 18 | natural things, ~then in all respects natural things would exist 4 1, 28 | definitions import opposite ~respects. Hence they are distinguished 5 1, 60 | differs from ~him in other respects, he does not love him with 6 1, 64 | wicked will is curbed in many respects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 7 1, 65 | creatures of God in some respects continue for ~ever, at least 8 1, 65 | they are mutable ~in other respects, such as place, for instance, 9 1, 65 | thing may be evil in some respects, but good in others. And 10 1, 66 | agrees with them in some respects, and in others disagrees, 11 1, 77 | differ, however, in two ~respects. First, because the substantial 12 1, 61 | differs from ~him in other respects, he does not love him with 13 1, 65 | wicked will is curbed in many respects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 14 1, 66 | creatures of God in some respects continue for ~ever, at least 15 1, 66 | they are mutable ~in other respects, such as place, for instance, 16 1, 66 | thing may be evil in some respects, but good in others. And 17 1, 67 | agrees with them in some respects, and in others disagrees, 18 1, 76 | differ, however, in two ~respects. First, because the substantial 19 1, 92 | man is, but that in some ~respects man is more like to God.~ 20 1, 112 | angel is enlightened in some respects by one ~of the highest, 21 1, 112 | the highest, and in other respects by the one immediately above 22 2, 6 | without; and this in two respects. First, in so far as by 23 2, 9 | therefore a mover in two respects, viz. as to ~the exercise 24 2, 10 | with something not in all respects colored actually, but only ~ 25 2, 10 | actually, but only ~so in some respects, and in other respects not, 26 2, 10 | some respects, and in other respects not, the sight would not 27 2, 19 | same time in both these respects, the human will is conformed 28 2, 34 | manifest; ~since, also in other respects, the ancient philosophers 29 2, 45 | contraries; but in different respects nothing prevents one thing 30 2, 48 | the reason: and in both respects it may ~cause taciturnity. 31 2, 51 | itself as to ~different respects, as is proved in Physics 32 2, 56 | ruled, who have in some respects a will of their own. And ~ 33 2, 62 | insufficient in ~either of these respects, for the will to be directed 34 2, 62 | supernatural habit in both respects.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] A[ 35 2, 70 | of joy is ~peace in two respects. First, as regards freedom 36 2, 72 | same subject, in different respects.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 37 2, 79 | and an act; and in both ~respects it is from God. Because 38 2, 100 | God: and yet not in all respects.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 39 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 2: In all the respects mentioned above (ad 1), 40 2, 105 | commanded that, in some respects, the use of things ~should 41 2, 105 | newcomers. And in both these respects the Law made kind provision 42 2, 107 | fulfilled ~the Law in some respects, but without mentioning 43 2, 108 | the law of liberty in two respects. ~First, because it does 44 2, 2 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In many respects faith perceives the invisible 45 2, 2 | free-will so that in both ~respects the act of faith can be 46 2, 25 | 1: A man does not in all respects leave his father and mother ~ 47 2, 32 | various causes in ~various respects, and accordingly hatred 48 2, 40 | differs from schism in two respects. First, ~because schism 49 2, 47 | should be docile in some ~respects, since no man is altogether 50 2, 56 | said to be just because he respects the rights [jus] of ~others."~ 51 2, 57 | there is similarity in all respects.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 52 2, 66 | provided they be in other respects ~qualified to accuse, it 53 2, 111 | boasting, although in different respects, and for ~this reason they 54 2, 117 | same subject ~in different respects. For a thing is denominated 55 2, 117 | and ~covetous in different respects.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[119] A[ 56 2, 124 | different extremes in different respects.~ 57 2, 129 | be exceeded in various respects.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 58 2, 137 | firmness in both these ~respects, so as not to forsake the 59 2, 139 | simply, although in some respects ~temperance may be described 60 2, 171 | natural faculty in both these respects, namely as to the ~judgment 61 2, 171 | in ~the second of these respects, but not in the first. For 62 2, 171 | prophet who excels in both respects, so," to wit, "as ~to see 63 2, 172 | predestination, and must in all respects be accomplished so that 64 2, 178 | uniform knowledge in two respects. First, because it does ~ 65 2, 178 | Body Para. 2/2~In both respects the delight thereof surpasses 66 2, 183 | bestowal, Peter was in other ~respects fitted to govern the Church: 67 3, 2 | less. But the man in some ~respects is more in the Son than 68 3, 8 | expect a likeness in all ~respects; for thus there would be 69 3, 16 | of the ~same in the same respects, but nothing prevents their 70 3, 19 | operations pertained in ~some respects to His will, inasmuch as 71 3, 20 | of ~Himself in different respects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[20] A[ 72 3, 24 | to the exemplar in all ~respects: it is sufficient that it 73 3, 25 | unfruitful works in ~two respects. First, because some of 74 3, 27 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In other respects these saints might be more 75 3, 40 | Himself to others in these ~respects?~(3) Whether He should have 76 3, 43 | of His Godhead in three respects. First, as to the very nature 77 3, 47 | the Father. Hence in three respects God the Father did ~deliver 78 3, 48 | answers to the figure in some respects, ~yet it does not in all, 79 3, 49 | beneath His dignity in four ~respects. In the first place as to 80 3, 51 | shown to be seemly in ~three respects. First, to confirm faith 81 3, 53 | can be ~considered in two respects: first, in respect of His 82 3, 55 | and this He shows in three respects; first of all, ~that it 83 3, 59 | he can be changed in many respects from good to evil, or ~conversely, 84 3, 59 | according to ~different respects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 85 3, 73 | there is a difference in two respects. First of all, because Baptism 86 3, 73 | refreshes the soul in all respects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 87 3, 75 | natural ~transmutation in two respects, although not in the same 88 3, 78 | other sacraments in two ~respects. First of all, in this, 89 3, 78 | other sacraments in two respects. First, because the form 90 3, 79 | ablution. Consequently, in both respects he who is conscious of mortal ~ 91 3, 82 | can be considered in two respects: ~first of all, in so far 92 3, 84 | same object in different respects, ~in that case joy and sorrow 93 Suppl, 15| preserved thereby: and in both respects ~satisfaction needs to be 94 Suppl, 18| punishment directly, in both respects, because He both spares 95 Suppl, 21| his pride. In both these respects the Church by ~passing sentence 96 Suppl, 29| in ~both the foregoing respects, it is a suitable matter 97 Suppl, 47| the inconstant man in two respects. First, in ~respect of the 98 Suppl, 65| of his body, ~not in all respects, but only in those things 99 Suppl, 65| not simply and in ~all respects, but only in relation to 100 Suppl, 71| rich from being in some respects better ~off than the poor, 101 Suppl, 77| from the second and in some respects ~agrees with it. It differs 102 Suppl, 88| plants as to certain other respects ~are more noble than the 103 Suppl, 93| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In some respects virgins experience a greater 104 Suppl, 93| continent; and in other respects, widows, other things being ~ 105 Suppl, 93| this pleasure. In these respects widows experience the ~lesser


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