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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mutual

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1 1, 4 | among like things there is mutual likeness; for like is ~like 2 1, 4 | says (Div. Nom. ix): "A mutual likeness may be found between ~ 3 1, 13 | things themselves have a mutual natural order and ~habitude. 4 1, 13 | is an idea only, as when mutual ~order or habitude can only 5 1, 16 | true is so. Consequently mutual ~contradictories seem to 6 1, 21 | justice. The one consists in ~mutual giving and receiving, as 7 1, 28 | each other, and have a ~mutual inclination; and such relations 8 1, 28 | same; nevertheless the mutual relations are not the same. 9 1, 37 | been found to ~describe the mutual relation of the one who 10 1, 37 | necessarily follows that this ~mutual Love, the Holy Ghost, proceeds 11 1, 41 | of the ~persons are the mutual relations of the persons, 12 1, 42 | in the divine persons is mutual, and so is likeness; for 13 1, 42 | Equality and likeness are not mutual." For effects are said to ~ 14 1, 61 | to creature; ~because the mutual relationship of creatures 15 1, 66 | common matter, as their mutual generation and corruption 16 1, 70 | effected by contact which is mutual if both are bodies; on the ~ 17 1, 37 | been found to ~describe the mutual relation of the one who 18 1, 37 | necessarily follows that this ~mutual Love, the Holy Ghost, proceeds 19 1, 41 | of the ~persons are the mutual relations of the persons, 20 1, 42 | in the divine persons is mutual, and so is likeness; for 21 1, 42 | Equality and likeness are not mutual." For effects are said to ~ 22 1, 62 | to creature; ~because the mutual relationship of creatures 23 1, 67 | common matter, as their mutual generation and corruption 24 1, 71 | effected by contact which is mutual if both are bodies; on the ~ 25 1, 95 | equality are the basis of mutual love, ~according to Ecclus. 26 1, 95 | the cause of equality in mutual love. Yet ~between those 27 1, 105 | the angels; and of their mutual coordination, both of the 28 1, 108 | others, does ~not arise from mutual friendships, but from their 29 2, 5 | Metaph. xii, 10). Thus the ~mutual order of the parts of an 30 2, 5 | to the ~general. But the mutual order of the parts of the 31 2, 22 | between them: (3) ~Their mutual relationship: (4) Their 32 2, 28 | effect of love?~(2) Whether mutual indwelling is an effect 33 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mutual indwelling is an effect 34 2, 28 | that love does not cause mutual indwelling, so that ~the 35 2, 28 | Therefore love cannot cause mutual indwelling, so that the 36 2, 28 | really united. ~Therefore mutual indwelling is not an effect 37 2, 28 | evidently false. Therefore ~mutual indwelling is not an effect 38 2, 28 | answer that, This effect of mutual indwelling may be understood 39 2, 28 | 3/3~In yet a third way, mutual indwelling in the love of 40 2, 28 | true of the third kind of mutual ~indwelling, which is not 41 2, 35 | that they have a certain mutual affinity or fittingness. 42 2, 35 | they also ~have a certain mutual fittingness and affinity: 43 2, 38 | Further, friendship demands mutual love, as Augustine declares ~( 44 2, 65 | besides love, a certain ~mutual return of love, together 45 2, 65 | return of love, together with mutual communion, as stated in ~ 46 2, 73 | various kinds, having no mutual ~connection; in fact they 47 2, 100 | civil community, ~implying mutual duties of man and his fellows: 48 2, 105 | essence of a nation that ~the mutual relations of the citizens 49 2, 105 | sufficiently concerning the mutual relations of one man with ~ 50 2, 105 | absolute donations, but also of mutual transfers: because ~the 51 2, 105 | 1/3 ~I answer that, The mutual relations of the members 52 2, 105 | children. ~Accordingly the mutual relations of the members 53 2, 22 | friendship, for a certain ~mutual love is requisite, since 54 2, 24 | its very nature, implies mutual love and ~equality (Ethic. 55 2, 24 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mutual love is found in the friendship 56 2, 29 | those, ~whom it unites, to a mutual relationship: it turns the 57 2, 37 | the Church, even as the mutual ~adaptation of each member 58 2, 37 | things; ~namely, in the mutual connection or communion 59 2, 53 | this on account of their mutual ~resemblance. Properly speaking, 60 2, 56 | together in society and mutual intercourse." Now ~this 61 2, 59 | is concerned about the ~mutual dealings between two persons. 62 2, 66 | accusation is false, and then by mutual consent the accuser and 63 2, 75 | honesty demands ~be done by mutual agreement. Now, according 64 2, 99 | affairs there are many other mutual relations ~besides those 65 2, 112 | other men as regards their mutual relations with ~one another, 66 2, 127 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The mutual connection of the virtues 67 2, 157 | mercy; yet on account of the mutual likeness of these virtues, ~ 68 2, 162 | minds before, ~this was a mutual concupiscence such as they 69 2, 181 | of faith, ~charity, and mutual service, according to the 70 2, 186 | place, ~by abstinence, by mutual fellowship, and by many 71 3, 16 | Divine Persons are in greater mutual agreement ~than the human 72 3, 29 | they remain continent by mutual consent, their union is ~ 73 3, 29 | are pledged by a bond of mutual ~affection that cannot be 74 3, 58 | hand, by reason of their mutual equality. But ~it does thus 75 3, 65 | among themselves;~(3) Their mutual comparison;~(4) Whether 76 Suppl, 41| matrimony, which is the mutual services which married persons 77 Suppl, 42| such as the friendship and mutual ~services which husband 78 Suppl, 43| which they plighted their mutual consent under ~the marriage 79 Suppl, 45| take a wife. ~Therefore mutual consent is not the cause 80 Suppl, 45| contracts are effected by mutual consent, it follows that 81 Suppl, 45| unable to ~express their mutual consent in words, through 82 Suppl, 45| since marriage consists in a mutual ~joining together, as stated 83 Suppl, 47| must be set aside." Now mutual contract is ~necessary in 84 Suppl, 47| between them, unless love be mutual. ~Wherefore the Philosopher 85 Suppl, 51| joined ~together, and the mutual power over one another wherein 86 Suppl, 54| third corresponds to the ~mutual relation between things 87 Suppl, 54| is not the series but a mutual relationship existing ~between 88 Suppl, 58| deliberation about marriage, and of mutual ~fulfilment of the marriage 89 Suppl, 59| referred to the severing of mutual ~companionship for a time, 90 Suppl, 64| marriage debt ~without their mutual consent?~Aquin.: SMT XP 91 Suppl, 64| marriage debt without their mutual consent. For husband and 92 Suppl, 65| young do not sever their ~mutual fellowship from the time 93 Suppl, 72| neither a common matter, nor mutual ~contrariety - and to theology, 94 Suppl, 72| resulting in them through their mutual action and passion: ~because 95 Suppl, 72| first movable body ceases, mutual ~action and passion will


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