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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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metaphorically

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | those things that are taught metaphorically in one part of ~Scripture, 2 1, 3 | man, God's punishment is metaphorically spoken of as His anger.~ 3 1, 9 | said of God in Scripture metaphorically. ~For as the sun is said 4 1, 10 | is named in Scripture ~metaphorically by corporeal names, so eternity 5 1, 12 | Scripture divine ~things are metaphorically described by means of sensible 6 1, 13 | or are ~all to be taken metaphorically?~(4) Whether any names applied 7 1, 13 | creatures are applied to God metaphorically, as ~when we say, God is 8 1, 13 | which are ~applied to God metaphorically by way of similitude." Therefore 9 1, 13 | which are applied to God ~metaphorically imply and mean a corporeal 10 1, 13 | Thus all names applied metaphorically to God, are ~applied to 11 1, 13 | participate are called lions metaphorically. ~To know, however, what 12 1, 13 | can be called "Achilles" ~metaphorically, forasmuch as he may possess 13 1, 19 | Lord are to be understood ~metaphorically, and according to the likeness 14 1, 19 | words must be ~understood metaphorically. For men seem to repent, 15 1, 19 | predicated of the Godhead metaphorically, ~this is done because of 16 1, 19 | some passion, is signified metaphorically in God under ~the name of 17 1, 19 | expression ~of will, is sometimes metaphorically called will in God; just 18 1, 19 | good pleasure; and will metaphorically taken is the will of ~expression, 19 1, 20 | attributed to Him; except ~metaphorically, and from likeness of effects, 20 1, 21 | virtues as these can only ~metaphorically be attributed to God; since, 21 1, 24 | of life. A ~thing is said metaphorically to be written upon the mind 22 1, 29 | is ~only applied to God metaphorically.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 23 1, 33 | But the word is by us metaphorically called begotten, or offspring; 24 1, 33 | of whom is the word, is metaphorically called father. ~Therefore 25 1, 33 | He is properly and not ~metaphorically called Son, and His principle 26 1, 34 | But Word is applied to God metaphorically, as Origen says on (Jn. 27 1, 34 | supposing Word to be said ~metaphorically of God, we must still admit 28 1, 34 | a thing be called a word metaphorically, this can only be by reason 29 1, 34 | be ~sometimes said of God metaphorically, nevertheless we must also 30 1, 51 | angel a rational animal metaphorically, ~on account of the likeness 31 1, 59 | Fury and concupiscence are metaphorically said to be in the ~demons, 32 1, 63 | consequently they can ~only exist metaphorically in the demons. Sloth is 33 1, 67 | literally, and the latter metaphorically."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 34 1, 67 | things which are said of God metaphorically.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 35 1, 67 | it is to be understood metaphorically when applied to ~spiritual 36 1, 67 | properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~and might in the same 37 1, 52 | angel a rational animal metaphorically, ~on account of the likeness 38 1, 60 | Fury and concupiscence are metaphorically said to be in the ~demons, 39 1, 64 | consequently they can ~only exist metaphorically in the demons. Sloth is 40 1, 68 | literally, and the latter metaphorically."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 41 1, 68 | things which are said of God metaphorically.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 42 1, 68 | it is to be understood metaphorically when applied to ~spiritual 43 1, 68 | properties are assigned to light metaphorically, ~and might in the same 44 1, 106 | tongue of an angel is called ~metaphorically the angel's power, whereby 45 2, 4 | Scripture, ~are to be understood metaphorically, inasmuch as Scripture is 46 2, 33 | emotions of the soul, save metaphorically. ~Now expansion denotes 47 2, 37 | passions are sometimes named ~metaphorically, from a likeness to sensible 48 2, 37 | For certain things, ~taken metaphorically, imply one another, which 49 2, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 11), "metaphorically ~speaking there is a certain 50 2, 55 | Just as bad things are said metaphorically to be perfect, ~so are they 51 2, 84 | the whole animal. Hence, metaphorically ~speaking, every principle 52 2, 84 | derived from ~head, taken metaphorically for a principle or director 53 2, 86 | occasioned by this contact, is metaphorically called a ~stain on the soul.~ 54 2, 87 | anger or fury signifies metaphorically the vengeance of Divine ~ 55 2, 88 | they are opposed if taken ~metaphorically: thus "to smile" is not 56 2, 88 | But if mortal be ~taken metaphorically, as applied to sin, it is 57 2, 113 | Philosopher calls "justice metaphorically speaking" ~(Ethic. v, 11). 58 2, 24 | such like things, except metaphorically. Secondly, because ~all 59 2, 24 | creatures is impossible, except metaphorically speaking. The third reason ~ 60 2, 51 | Precipitation is ascribed metaphorically to acts of the ~soul, by 61 2, 56 | expressions may be employed metaphorically. Hence, justice properly ~ 62 2, 56 | the same man we may ~speak metaphorically of his various principles 63 2, 56 | so many ~agents: so that metaphorically in one and the same man 64 2, 90 | OBJ 1: Just as we speak metaphorically of good among evil ~things - 65 2, 104 | to others ~are spoken of metaphorically in relation to oneself, 66 2, 145 | from food, ~but speaking metaphorically it denotes abstinence from 67 2, 149 | chastity" is employed metaphorically: for just as a mingling 68 2, 149 | of a spiritual ~chastity metaphorically speaking, as well as of 69 2, 149 | spiritual fornication ~likewise metaphorically so called. For if the human 70 2, 149 | considers spiritual fornication ~metaphorically so called, which is opposed 71 2, 154 | matter, not properly, but ~metaphorically. for instance about the 72 2, 154 | incontinent in these matters metaphorically, because just as the ~incontinent 73 2, 154 | argument takes incontinence metaphorically and not ~properly.~Aquin.: 74 2, 169 | God is said "to repent," metaphorically, ~inasmuch as He bears Himself 75 3, 5 | these ~words soul is taken metaphorically, in which way mention is 76 3, 8 | acts and duties, may be metaphorically called one ~body. But it 77 3, 32 | generating it, except, perhaps, metaphorically; we ~speak thus only of 78 3, 57 | Nature properly, yet it can metaphorically; ~as, for instance, it is 79 3, 57 | way God is said to ascend metaphorically with regard to every ~creature, 80 3, 60 | Scripture ~God is signified metaphorically, sometimes by a stone (2 81 3, 63 | spiritual ~things is said metaphorically. Now that which decides 82 3, 84 | sacraments, ~so that it is called metaphorically "a second plank after shipwreck." 83 Suppl, 1 | own ~judgment, is called metaphorically rigid and hard: wherefore 84 Suppl, 1 | aside is called contrition metaphorically.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[1] 85 Suppl, 2 | suchlike evil is called ~metaphorically "contrition." [*There is 86 Suppl, 12| signifies literally "fuel," and metaphorically, "incentive." As used by ~ 87 Suppl, 17| Christ. This power is called ~metaphorically the Church's key, and is 88 Suppl, 69| world to the spiritual metaphorically. Thus the Scriptures speak 89 Suppl, 70| of hell is not so called ~metaphorically, nor an imaginary fire, 90 Suppl, 88| ordained: hence it is said metaphorically to labor, ~as a man who 91 Suppl, 88| quotations from Isaias, is said ~metaphorically: and that even as the sun 92 Suppl, 92| not to be said of another metaphorically on account of some lack 93 Suppl, 93| called a ~"crown" or "aurea" metaphorically, both with reference to 94 Suppl, 94| body, the worm to the soul metaphorically: and this seems the more ~ 95 Suppl, 94| corporeal means are to be taken ~metaphorically. For just as the joy and 96 Suppl, 94| so ~forth - must be taken metaphorically, so also are all such descriptions ~


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