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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sixth

   Part, Question
1 1, 32 | respect there ought to be a sixth notion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 2 1, 42 | has no ~subsistence. The sixth is the abstraction of a 3 1, 70 | day, thirdly, that of the sixth day, and ~fourthly, such 4 1, 70 | third day, which is the sixth, ~animals are brought forth, 5 1, 72 | 1/1 - ON THE WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must 6 1, 72 | consider the work of the sixth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] 7 1, 72 | the second day; so ~the sixth day, on which the lowest 8 1, 73 | another it is ~assigned to the sixth. Either version, however, 9 1, 73 | its parts belongs to ~the sixth day, but its completion 10 1, 74 | day, and adorned on the sixth. But Augustine, while agreeing ~ 11 1, 42 | has no ~subsistence. The sixth is the abstraction of a 12 1, 71 | day, thirdly, that of the sixth day, and ~fourthly, such 13 1, 71 | third day, which is the sixth, ~animals are brought forth, 14 1, 71 | 1/1~ON THE WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must 15 1, 71 | consider the work of the sixth day.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] 16 1, 71 | the second day; so ~the sixth day, on which the lowest 17 1, 72 | another it is ~assigned to the sixth. Either version, however, 18 1, 72 | its parts belongs to ~the sixth day, but its completion 19 1, 73 | day, and adorned on the sixth. But Augustine, while agreeing ~ 20 1, 87 | of wisdom, which in the sixth chapter he ~had named as 21 1, 89 | of man ~was formed on the sixth day, when also the animals 22 1, 89 | that man was made on ~the sixth day, in the sense that his 23 1, 90 | was not made before the sixth day; but on the sixth day 24 1, 90 | the sixth day; but on the sixth day both the soul of the 25 1, 90 | doctors ~hold that on the sixth day both body and soul of 26 2, 23 | Avicenna declares in his sixth book of Physics. Now ~approach 27 2, 25 | Avicenna observes in the sixth book of his Physics. Accordingly, 28 2, 25 | daring, fourth; anger, fifth; sixth and ~last, joy and sadness, 29 2, 69 | beatitudes are indicated in the sixth chapter ~of Luke. Therefore 30 2, 69 | the passions: hence the ~sixth beatitude is: "Blessed are 31 2, 93 | law of the Gospel. Of the sixth law which is the law of 32 2, 100 | bear false witness"; ~the sixth, "Thou shalt not covet."~ 33 2, 100 | brother in thy heart." To the sixth commandment which ~forbids 34 2, 1 | to His ~resurrection; the sixth, to His ascension; the seventh, 35 2, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sixth beatitude, "Blessed are 36 2, 8 | It would seem that the sixth beatitude, "Blessed are 37 2, 8 | 3], A[8]). Therefore the sixth beatitude which comprises 38 2, 8 | Dom. in Monte i, 4): "The ~sixth work of the Holy Ghost which 39 2, 8 | things are contained in the sixth beatitude, as also ~in the 40 2, 33 | sloth chiefly about ~the sixth hour: it is like an intermittent 41 2, 84 | according to a decree of the sixth council [*Can. Trullan, 42 2, 92 | to a great extent in the ~sixth age. Therefore idolatry 43 2, 92 | knowledge of one God. In the sixth age idolatry was banished ~ 44 2, 108 | the desire to please"; the sixth ~"injures no one, and profits / 45 2, 108 | things, and then we have the sixth kind of lie, ~which "profits 46 2, 145 | for men to eat about the sixth hour: both ~because digestion 47 2, 145 | long space of time from the sixth hour at which men for the 48 2, 159 | of the monastery"; the ~sixth is "to believe and acknowledge 49 2, 159 | this be said of us"; the sixth, "to suffer ~oneself to 50 2, 159 | and this belongs to the sixth ~degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS 51 2, 159 | belongs to the fifth and sixth ~degrees: or the appetite 52 2, 159 | are comprised under the sixth and seventh mentioned above.~ 53 2, 160 | more holy than ~others. The sixth degree of humility is "to 54 2, 172 | hand upon ~the boy.' The sixth kind is taking up a parable, 55 2, 172 | to which ~he assigns the sixth place.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 56 2, 178 | by the human ~reason. The sixth is "above reason and contrary 57 2, 178 | reason is able to grasp; the sixth step is the consideration 58 3, 1 | and to old age - i.e. the sixth age - on account of ~the 59 3, 1 | for Christ came in the sixth age. And although ~youth 60 3, 1 | that Christ came in the sixth age - i.e. in the old age - 61 3, 9 | above (Q[5]). And hence the Sixth Council [*Third ~Council 62 3, 13 | which was approved in the Sixth Council [*Third ~Council 63 3, 18 | Para. 2/2~And hence in the sixth Council held at Constantinople [* 64 3, 18 | In the decisions of the Sixth Council [*Third Council ~ 65 3, 19 | walk in body. Hence the Sixth Council ~[*Third Council 66 3, 19 | is with ~reason that the Sixth Council (Act. 18) condemned 67 3, 44 | exceedingly ~dark from the sixth to the ninth hour. Hence 68 3, 44 | miracle is that whereas at the sixth hour the ~moon was seen, 69 3, 45 | of Elias." Hilary adds a sixth ~reason - namely, in order 70 3, 46 | A[4] Body Para. 7/8~The sixth reason is because of the 71 3, 46 | to have suffered at the sixth hour, when the sun is at 72 3, 46 | point in each day at the ~sixth hour, so also it reaches 73 3, 46 | iii): "'It was about ~the sixth hour' when the Lord was 74 3, 46 | For it "was not quite the sixth hour, but ~about the sixth - 75 3, 46 | sixth hour, but ~about the sixth - that is, it was after 76 3, 46 | fifth, and when part of the ~sixth had been entered upon until 77 3, 46 | been entered upon until the sixth hour was ended - that the ~ 78 3, 46 | the Parasceve, about the ~sixth hour.' For 'Parasceve' is 79 3, 46 | According to John, then, "the sixth hour of ~the Parasceve" 80 3, 51 | those three ~hours, from the sixth to the ninth hour, during 81 3, 55 | apparitions "He came again a sixth time when Thomas ~saw Him; 82 3, 74 | according to what we read in the Sixth ~Council (Trull., Can. 28): " 83 3, 80 | than a ~sin against the Sixth. But if a man dream that 84 3, 80 | from a dream against the Sixth ~Commandment.~Aquin.: SMT 85 3, 80 | it shall fast until the sixth hour, ~and if they take 86 3, 83 | cross, that is, ~from the sixth to the ninth hour, are represented; 87 3, 85 | sake of the punishment; the sixth, a movement of filial fear ~ 88 Suppl, 24| letters of the Holy See; the sixth is the case of one who communicates 89 Suppl, 54| four elements as far as the sixth degree ~on account of the 90 Suppl, 56| applies to the Fifth and Sixth Objections.~Aquin.: SMT 91 Suppl, 62| overcome by force; ~the sixth is if he has been reconciled 92 Suppl, 65| Accordingly we reply to the Sixth Objection that human nature 93 Suppl, 68| natural sons can inherit a sixth only, ~whereas spurious 94 Suppl, 69| mortal sin. Therefore a sixth abode should be assigned.~ 95 Suppl, 72| neither bite nor sup; on the "sixth" day rivers of fire will


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