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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deemed

   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | the wisdom of the world is deemed foolish, because what is ~ 2 1, 52 | saying that an angel can be deemed ~commensurate with a place, 3 1, 61 | the contrary is not to be deemed erroneous; especially on ~ 4 1, 63 | another's good could not be deemed a ~hindrance to the good 5 1, 72 | in generating, they are deemed unworthy of a ~formal blessing.~ 6 1, 53 | saying that an angel can be deemed ~commensurate with a place, 7 1, 62 | the contrary is not to be deemed erroneous; especially on ~ 8 1, 64 | another's good could not be deemed a ~hindrance to the good 9 1, 71 | in generating, they are deemed unworthy of a ~formal blessing.~ 10 2, 7 | voluntary. Now a human act is deemed to be voluntary or ~involuntary, 11 2, 66 | held that no man should be deemed virtuous, unless he were, 12 2, 71 | respect. Now a thing is deemed above another ~simply if 13 2, 71 | proper to both; while it is ~deemed above it in a certain respect, 14 2, 71 | which case he might be ~deemed guilty of negligence. On 15 2, 73 | that is due to weakness ~is deemed less grievous. Therefore 16 2, 73 | that might ensue, a man is deemed punishable for the evil ~ 17 2, 73 | object; so that a sin is deemed to be so much ~the more 18 2, 73 | Bono ii, 18): "A sin is deemed ~so much the more grievous 19 2, 74 | will, this defect also is deemed a ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 20 2, 74 | those things which are deemed mere sins of thought, since 21 2, 76 | in human acts, should be deemed sinful or ~virtuous.~Aquin.: 22 2, 102 | a house or a garment was deemed to be unclean: both because 23 2, 102 | ashes were placed, were deemed unclean ~in detestation 24 2, 105 | nations that no one was deemed ~a citizen except after 25 2, 1 | that ~its object should be deemed impossible to be otherwise, 26 2, 1 | that its object should be deemed possible to be ~otherwise. 27 2, 1 | certainty of faith, is also deemed impossible to be otherwise; 28 2, 11 | universal Church, he would be deemed a heretic. This ~authority 29 2, 12 | of Mahomet, he would be deemed an apostate. ~Therefore 30 2, 30 | because it can always be deemed probable that the ~person 31 2, 31 | Consequently ~when it is deemed probable that the sinner 32 2, 55 | that something ~should be deemed as though it were adjusted 33 2, 57 | Therefore a man is to ~be deemed unjust from the fact that 34 2, 57 | far as what he does may be deemed ~not altogether contrary 35 2, 58 | being ~formed; for he is deemed worthy of honor from the 36 2, 60 | of the lazy servant, who deemed that he had received ~nothing 37 2, 71 | is inserted, "lest it be deemed a ~slight sin because it 38 2, 76 | maxims of the Pharisees, who deemed some kinds of ~usury to 39 2, 81 | happen of necessity; yet they deemed the ~disposition of Divine 40 2, 81 | Memor. ~vii, 2], "Socrates deemed that we should ask the immortal 41 2, 82 | whom he ~either knew or deemed or pretended to be a God?" 42 2, 84 | According to the Law, a dog was deemed an unclean animal. ~Yet 43 2, 85 | accord gave him what he deemed right. Thus Abraham by ~ 44 2, 86 | lawfully sacrificed was deemed holy ~from the very moment 45 2, 86 | says that "a man is not deemed a ~vow-breaker if he exchange 46 2, 92 | the demons: wherefore they deemed that ~the images themselves 47 2, 92 | ways of thinking. For some deemed certain men ~to have been 48 2, 92 | and so forth. Others again deemed the whole ~world to be one 49 2, 98 | place for nothing, Abraham deemed that he could not accept 50 2, 99 | to evil, but because they deemed it ~possible for him to 51 2, 99 | profession in religion is deemed to be already dead to the 52 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 3: A thing may be deemed gratuitous in two ways. 53 2, 117 | for this very reason it is deemed less grievous.~ 54 2, 122 | the heart, this may be deemed worthy of a reward, as Lucy 55 2, 127 | so far, to wit, as it is deemed ~to surpass the ability 56 2, 130 | human praise, as though he deemed this something great; wherefore 57 2, 142 | make him ashamed are not deemed by him to be ~disgraceful; 58 2, 146 | speaking, and the Manichees deemed certain foods ~to make a 59 2, 148 | vomiting, he is not to be deemed ~to have taken excessive 60 2, 152 | Gentiles, fornication was not deemed unlawful, on account of 61 2, 152 | Memor. ii, 1], it was ~not deemed right for a son to bathe 62 2, 154 | disposition of the body is deemed ~more deserving of pardon. 63 2, 155 | Demophil.) ~that "Moses was deemed worthy of the Divine apparition 64 2, 156 | reason; and accordingly they deemed ~anger and all other passions 65 2, 156 | matter, ~which should be deemed of no account, so that even 66 2, 170 | lit. xii, 13): "Some have deemed the human soul ~to contain 67 2, 174 | for instance ~the Jews deemed the apostles drunk when 68 2, 183 | Wherefore a man is not deemed to hide spiritual ~corn 69 2, 183 | command; ~thus alone is he deemed to hide it, when he neglects 70 2, 186 | purse, we answer that He ~deemed it unlawful to spend the 71 3, 39 | this progress ~should be deemed imaginary, He did not wish 72 3, 42 | writings of Christ, whom they ~deemed to work miracles by the 73 3, 43 | years: for men would have deemed the Incarnation to be imaginary 74 3, 43 | that too would have been deemed a small thing."~Aquin.: 75 3, 44 | hungry after fasting they deemed Him ~not to be the Son of 76 3, 44 | crucify Him was not that he deemed Him not to be Christ or ~ 77 3, 46 | had done as much as He deemed sufficient, then came His 78 3, 52 | there, or some whom He deemed worthy of such a benefit. 79 3, 53 | will, just so long as He deemed necessary for the instruction 80 3, 55 | disciples was ~not because He deemed it more expedient for Him 81 3, 82 | repentant; and therefore it ~is deemed that it cannot be lost." 82 3, 83 | ordinances of princes it is deemed void. Therefore, if the 83 3, 84 | gravity of sin. For they ~deemed a sin committed by a man 84 3, 88 | because a man will be ~deemed punishable not only for 85 3, 89 | ensuing Penance, because they ~deemed such works to have passed 86 Suppl, 11| revealing the sin, lest he be deemed to have broken the seal.~ 87 Suppl, 55| circumstance that a certain fact is deemed lawful whereas ~it is unlawful. 88 Suppl, 55| ignorance of an impediment it is deemed ~lawful, whereas it is unlawful.~ 89 Suppl, 58| those who are impotent are deemed most unfit for the ~marriage 90 Suppl, 64| sinful, practices, if he be deemed that ~way inclined. If however, 91 Suppl, 64| will, the woman is not deemed to consent in her husband' 92 Suppl, 68| or of a marriage that is deemed legitimate ~in the eyes 93 Suppl, 68| sometimes that a marriage is ~deemed legitimate in the eyes of 94 Suppl, 77| again in other parts as deemed expedient ~by Divine providence. 95 Suppl, 94| decision. For some have deemed hell to be in some ~part 96 Suppl, 95| tormented by finding ~themselves deemed unworthy even to see the 97 Suppl, 96| the earthly state is not deemed everlasting is accidental, ~


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