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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 34 | called a ~word. Damascene mentions these three kinds of words ( 2 1, 45 | order," and also ~those he mentions (QQ. 83, qu. 18): "that 3 1, 67 | on logic, as he merely ~mentions them as the more or less 4 1, 68 | then, while he expressly mentions water and earth, makes no ~ 5 1, 69 | of these ~three Scripture mentions three kinds of formlessness. 6 1, 70 | for instance, as Augustine mentions (De Civ. Dei xviii, 41), " 7 1, 71 | so on this fifth day he mentions the waters and the ~firmament 8 1, 46 | order," and also ~those he mentions (QQ. 83, qu. 18): "that 9 1, 68 | on logic, as he merely ~mentions them as the more or less 10 1, 69 | then, while he expressly mentions water and earth, makes no ~ 11 1, 70 | of these ~three Scripture mentions three kinds of formlessness. 12 1, 71 | for instance, as Augustine mentions (De Civ. Dei xviii, 41), " 13 1, 71 | so on this fifth day he mentions the waters and the ~firmament 14 1, 84 | straight line: and therefore he mentions a point in the ~definition, 15 1, 88 | Philosopher in the above work mentions two ways in which ~knowledge 16 1, 89 | De Orig. Animae iii, 15) mentions certain ~opinions which 17 1, 92 | as that ~which Augustine mentions (De Trin. ix, 4), and which 18 1, 101 | OBJ 2: Further, Scripture mentions four rivers as rising in 19 1, 103 | 7); and subsequently he mentions, among others, ~the working 20 2, 26 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv) mentions a "natural love." But ~natural 21 2, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine mentions desire instead of hope, 22 2, 46 | Irascibility, which Cicero mentions, seems to pertain to ~the 23 2, 50 | And he held that Aristotle mentions ~health and sickness in 24 2, 50 | text. 17, he expressly mentions beauty and health among 25 2, 57 | Cicero (De Invent. Rhet. iii) mentions three other parts of prudence; 26 2, 57 | Macrobius (Super Somn. ~Scip. 1) mentions yet others: viz. "caution, 27 2, 68 | and knowledge: hence he ~mentions pointedly the "word" of 28 2, 68 | regard to knowledge he ~mentions only one thing, viz. that " 29 2, 70 | stated (A[1]~). But Our Lord mentions (Mt. 13:23) a threefold 30 2, 70 | peace. The reason why ~he mentions these rather than others, 31 2, 70 | contrary. Now the Apostle mentions more ~works of the flesh 32 2, 81 | an opinion which Jerome mentions among others in a letter 33 2, 90 | definition ~of legal matters mentions both happiness and the body 34 2, 94 | principle of action, he ~mentions only those things which 35 2, 95 | and the like which he mentions (Etym. v, 9), all ~have 36 2, 108 | for human glory. And He mentions three works, to which all 37 2, 108 | the head of prayer. And He mentions ~these three specifically, 38 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 2: The symbol mentions the things about which faith 39 2, 25 | then his own father," and mentions the mother ~afterwards.~ 40 2, 26 | describe it fully, but mentions only that part of its definition 41 2, 44 | His gifts. Hence Gregory mentions two daughters of lust, ~ 42 2, 46 | the head of prudence he mentions "conjecture," "shrewdness," ~" 43 2, 47 | In Somn. Scip. i, 8] ~mentions "understanding," which comes 44 2, 56 | the definition of justice mentions ~first the "will," in order 45 2, 78 | it is evident that Tully mentions ~none but "revenge." Therefore 46 2, 78 | Aristotle (Ethic. v, 10) mentions {epieikeia} as being ~annexed 47 2, 78 | observance, which Tully ~mentions, because both reverential 48 2, 78 | beside the general laws, he mentions "common sense" or ~"good 49 2, 112 | kind of friendship. But he mentions another friendliness, which ~ 50 2, 116 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 1) mentions many kinds of ~vices as 51 2, 121 | Philosopher (Ethic. iii, 8) mentions five ways in which people 52 2, 121 | virtues. Hence he first of all mentions ~matters pertaining to temperance, 53 2, 126 | In this ~respect Tully mentions "confidence," of which he 54 2, 126 | begun. In this respect Tully mentions "magnificence," which he 55 2, 126 | evil. In this respect he mentions "patience," which ~he describes 56 2, 126 | minds." In this respect he mentions "perseverance," which ~accordingly 57 2, 126 | with Tully and Macrobius he mentions "perseverance" and ~"magnificence," 58 2, 126 | Besides magnificence he mentions {andragathia}, ~i.e. manly 59 2, 150 | not. Augustine, however, ~mentions copulation, because such 60 2, 151 | QQ. in Deut., qu. xvi] mentions four, namely, ~"obscene," " 61 2, 156 | OBJ 3: Further, our Lord mentions three degrees of anger, 62 2, 158 | Andronicus [*De Affectibus] mentions "meekness, ~simplicity, 63 2, 166 | which the Philosopher ~mentions in Ethic. iv, 6,7. For, 64 2, 172 | the prophets." Further, he mentions ~three kinds of vision; " 65 2, 172 | the ~Holy Ghost" which he mentions in the seventh place. As 66 2, 172 | pictures on the imagination he mentions three, namely "dreams," 67 2, 172 | such as "a cloud," which he mentions in the fourth place - or 68 2, 177 | Civ. Dei xix, 1,2,3,19) mentions three ~kinds of life, namely 69 2, 178 | Victor (De Contempl. i, 5) mentions many ~other different movements 70 2, 178 | and so the first thing he mentions regarding the circular movement 71 2, 178 | two things being done, he mentions thirdly ~the uniformity 72 3, 19 | operation." But he here ~mentions only one human and Divine 73 3, 20 | reason that ~the Scripture mentions both, that the Son is equal 74 3, 31 | Christ's genealogy Matthew mentions only three mothers - namely, 75 3, 31 | the wife of Urias. He also mentions the brothers of Judas and ~ 76 3, 31 | Phares and Zara. But Luke mentions none of these. ~Therefore 77 3, 31 | not stand: because Matthew mentions one of David's ~sons - namely, 78 3, 31 | namely, Solomon; whereas Luke mentions another - namely, Nathan, ~ 79 3, 31 | For either one evangelist mentions Joseph's father of whom 80 3, 51 | Civ. Dei i): "The Gospel mentions as praiseworthy the ~deed 81 3, 66 | Father, or that he who ~mentions the name of only one Person 82 3, 66 | to 1 Pt. 3:20. He ~also mentions "the crossing of the Red 83 3, 66 | in the sea." And again he mentions "the various washings which 84 3, 70 | this reason the Apostle mentions them rather ~than circumcision.~ 85 Suppl, 6 | not committed. And if he mentions a sin that he has not ~committed, 86 Suppl, 34| of the Church. Hence he mentions two things, namely the outward ~ 87 Suppl, 49| although the Book of ~Sentences mentions that which is the less manifest.~ 88 Suppl, 65| prohibit ~them. Now the Old Law mentions plurality of wives without 89 Suppl, 70| Hence Gregory (Dial. iv, 29) mentions all these in order, as ~ 90 Suppl, 71| Hier. Eccl.), where he mentions the rite of the ~Early Church 91 Suppl, 71| text (Sent. iv, D, 45), mentions two opinions: one, when ~ 92 Suppl, 71| assistance: the ~other opinion he mentions when he says that a person 93 Suppl, 72| reference is not known.] mentions fifteen signs preceding 94 Suppl, 74| that, ~although the Gospel mentions their resurrection before 95 Suppl, 86| text of Sentent. iv, D, 47 mentions two ~opinions on this question, 96 Suppl, 92| Praise, which Augustine mentions as the third of those ~things


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