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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | But in wholes made up of similar parts, ~although something 2 1, 4 | and ~knowledge, and other similar perfections.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 9 | Augustine there speaks in a similar way to Plato, who said ~ 4 1, 13 | existence, and from all similar things; whereas when we ~ 5 1, 14 | examples although they are similar in part, namely, as regards ~ 6 1, 41 | one Son. The argument is similar ~in regard to the other 7 1, 45 | said above (A[1]). We use a similar way of speaking when we 8 1, 45 | agrees by its order. Other similar ~expressions may be easily 9 1, 52 | dimensive ~quantity. In similar fashion it is not necessary 10 1, 68 | hours). Other instances of a similar use ~occur, as pointed out 11 1, 68 | the adoption of a theory similar to that held by certain 12 1, 68 | air, ~where the rain and similar things are generated, from 13 1, 68 | account of the air and other similar bodies being ~invisible, 14 1, 74 | the firmament, and other ~similar works were made by the Word 15 1, 75 | another mode of understanding, similar to other ~substances separated 16 1, 77 | sensitive powers; and for a similar reason, of all the ~other 17 1, 41 | one Son. The argument is similar ~in regard to the other 18 1, 46 | said above (A[1]). We use a similar way of speaking when we 19 1, 46 | agrees by its order. Other similar ~expressions may be easily 20 1, 53 | dimensive ~quantity. In similar fashion it is not necessary 21 1, 69 | hours). Other instances of a similar use ~occur, as pointed out 22 1, 69 | the adoption of a theory similar to that held by certain 23 1, 69 | air, ~where the rain and similar things are generated, from 24 1, 69 | account of the air and other similar bodies being ~invisible, 25 1, 73 | the firmament, and other ~similar works were made by the Word 26 1, 74 | another mode of understanding, similar to other ~substances separated 27 1, 76 | sensitive powers; and for a similar reason, of all the ~other 28 1, 84 | intellect. ~We see something similar to this is in the senses. 29 1, 88 | that "habits ~produce acts similar to those whereby they are 30 1, 107 | akin in their fitness for similar offices, which ~fitness, 31 1, 107 | xi, 10); so a somewhat similar order may be seen ~in human 32 1, 118 | dissimilar, becomes at length similar through the form communicated 33 2, 1 | honey, or of something similar. Yet that sweet is absolutely 34 2, 3 | instincts in respect of works similar to works of prudence.~Aquin.: 35 2, 22 | or ~cold, or undergo some similar change. And whereas this 36 2, 40 | observe a ~procedure which is similar to that which we observe 37 2, 44 | the soul, that in fear a similar contraction ~of heat and 38 2, 58 | produces an inclination similar to a natural one. ~But it 39 2, 59 | virtue. The ~same applies to similar passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 40 2, 59 | Reply OBJ 2: This and all similar arguments which Tully brings 41 2, 74 | AA[2],[3] where as in similar ~passages 'ratio' has been 42 2, 77 | or imagination, or some similar ~mode of perception; such 43 2, 78 | as it were, suitable and similar to him; and ~to this thing, 44 2, 85 | flesh and all bodies ~with similar parts. But the good of nature 45 2, 87 | others may be restrained from similar faults.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 46 2, 97 | his country, or something similar. But to the Divine law each ~ 47 2, 100 | evil to no man, and other similar ~principles: and again those 48 2, 102 | instituted, and of others similar which belonged to that ~ 49 2, 102 | contact with a corpse, or any similar corporeal infection.~Aquin.: 50 2, 105 | others may refrain from similar crimes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 51 2, 105 | them free (Ex. 21:26,27). Similar provision was made in ~favor 52 2, 108 | of our enemies, and other similar sayings (Mt. 5; Lk. 6), 53 2, 108 | his enemies, ~and other similar actions, when there is need. 54 2, 114 | impediment of sin, the ~case is similar with man and God, since 55 2, 1 | signs, or ~of something similar, he saw that they ought 56 2, 13 | He warned them, lest by ~similar utterances they should come 57 2, 30 | The same applies to all similar cases of illegal ~giving 58 2, 37 | greater danger, or for some ~similar reason.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 59 2, 49 | his ~deposit, or in other similar cases. Hence it is necessary 60 2, 63 | 4). The same applies to similar cases. of adultery, however, 61 2, 77 | The same applies to ~other similar cases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 62 2, 79 | of temperance or of some similar virtue as ~eliciting.~Aquin.: 63 2, 85 | another. Now in all these and similar ~cases it seems impossible 64 2, 85 | purchase, or in any other similar manner, they are bound to 65 2, 87 | for him to accept, or ~in similar cases. For oaths of this 66 2, 101 | and observance, and ~any similar virtue whereby reverence 67 2, 101 | under another, and so on in similar cases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 68 2, 105 | calumny, theft, or something similar committed against a ~benefactor. 69 2, 145 | of sickness, age, or some similar reason, he ~should be dispensed 70 2, 152 | gluttony, or of any other similar vice. Therefore ~neither 71 2, 167 | other clothes, or for some similar motive.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 72 2, 185 | to preach, teach, and ~do similar things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 73 2, 186 | established for preaching and similar works pertaining to the 74 2, 186 | preach or do ~something similar by the authority of his 75 3, 2 | wholly and at all points similar, for what is wholly similar 76 3, 2 | similar, for what is wholly similar is ~the same, and not an 77 3, 2 | impossible to find a wholly similar example in the Theology," 78 3, 3 | union; for such as are ~similar are fittingly united. Now 79 3, 15 | OBJ 1: In all these and similar words, Hilary does not intend 80 3, 30 | if "she had ~known that similar words had been addressed 81 3, 31 | His body was conceived is similar ~to the matter which other 82 3, 43 | therefore, chose to do similar things to avoid the inconsistency ~ 83 3, 54 | lightness, heat and cold, and similar ~contraries, which are the 84 3, 60 | Mal. 4:2), or by something similar. ~Therefore it seems that 85 3, 64 | amusement, and many ~other similar things. Consequently, it 86 3, 74 | Para. 2/5~Now all these and similar errors are excluded by the 87 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 1: Such words and similar expressions are to be understood 88 3, 82 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Such and similar authorities are to be understood 89 Suppl, 19| need or ~likeness, not of a similar form, but of aptitude in 90 Suppl, 24| is known by canonists as "similar bigamy"].~Aquin.: SMT XP 91 Suppl, 34| Receive" this or that, or some similar expression.~Aquin.: SMT 92 Suppl, 34| ordained chiefly to effects ~similar to the power whereby the 93 Suppl, 54| which are more akin and more similar to one ~another are better 94 Suppl, 64| instance, prayer and many similar ~things, to which even those 95 Suppl, 70| hatred, fear and hope, and similar emotions which ~according 96 Suppl, 71| satisfaction or for some similar purpose that does not ~change 97 Suppl, 80| bodies, just as gold and similar things may be called subtle, ~ 98 Suppl, 83| defects such as fevers and similar ailments which ~sometimes 99 Suppl, 85| It is the last hour" and similar ~expressions that are to 100 Suppl, 87| nature to causes ~somewhat similar to them. And since we are 101 Suppl, 89| separate substance that is similar to it. The second argument


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