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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | intelligent being is naturally adapted to have also the form ~of 2 1, 33 | they determine the mode adapted to the creature. ~Hence 3 1, 76 | of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for cutting through hard 4 1, 76 | part of the ~body, which is adapted to the operation of such 5 1, 75 | of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for cutting through hard 6 1, 75 | part of the ~body, which is adapted to the operation of such 7 1, 77 | organs, that they might be adapted to ~various powers. In the 8 1, 88 | acts, ~however, are not adapted to the separated soul. Therefore 9 1, 90 | the heavenly body is ~less adapted. For the rational soul receives 10 1, 92 | things, but in each ~thing is adapted to the nature thereof; animated 11 1, 92 | prone to the ground, but is adapted to look ~upward to heaven, 12 1, 92 | both common to all, and adapted to ~each single thing, just 13 1, 93 | state of ~innocence, was adapted to perfect and govern the 14 1, 93 | that since the soul is adapted to perfect and govern the 15 1, 93 | 20). But names should be ~adapted to the nature of things. 16 1, 101 | Whether paradise was a place adapted to be the abode of man?~ 17 1, 101 | paradise was not a place adapted to be the ~abode of man. 18 1, 101 | would be in heaven, which is adapted ~to the nature of the soul; 19 1, 101 | paradise was not at all ~adapted to be the abode of man.~ 20 1, 101 | man. Therefore if it were adapted as a ~dwelling-place for 21 1, 101 | earthly paradise was a place adapted to man, as ~regards both 22 1, 107 | enlightened by Him ~in a manner adapted to the immediate enlightening 23 2, 16 | this reason things that are adapted to a certain end are said ~ 24 2, 28 | nothing is hurt by being adapted to that which is suitable 25 2, 28 | bettered. But if a thing be adapted to ~that which is not suitable 26 2, 29 | is naturally attuned and adapted to that which is suitable 27 2, 63 | nature, so far as we are adapted to them, but not in their 28 2, 63 | this particular ~body is adapted to this particular soul.~ 29 2, 72 | seeks abundance of things ~adapted to human use. ~(tm)Aquin.: 30 2, 85 | its incorruptibility is adapted to its end, which is ~everlasting 31 2, 85 | its nature, is, in a way, adapted to its form, ~and, in another 32 2, 85 | condition iron is a matter adapted for a knife: but that iron 33 2, 85 | disposition of matter is not ~adapted to the workman's intention, 34 2, 90 | matters "just, which are ~adapted to produce and preserve 35 2, 92 | he works in a way that is adapted to his end.~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 93 | law; for "we are naturally adapted to the recipients of virtue" ~( 37 2, 95 | customs of the country, adapted to place and time," he implies 38 2, 95 | because discipline should be adapted ~to each one according to 39 2, 95 | respect of which he says, "adapted to place and ~time." The 40 2, 95 | special kinds of law are adapted to these men.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 97 | same thing is not always adapted, as stated above: wherefore ~ 42 2, 99 | means of persuasion are adapted to the conditions of the 43 2, 4 | thing to be loved is not so adapted to ~faith, as a thing to 44 2, 9 | and some special name is adapted to the most perfect ~thing, 45 2, 10 | those who are equal and adapted ~to the task of confuting 46 2, 42 | circumstances, ~whereby it is adapted to that matter. But God 47 2, 67 | means, and such as are adapted to the end in view, which 48 2, 75 | chemical process, which is adapted to all ~the human uses for 49 2, 75 | such as render the ~thing adapted to man's use, for instance, 50 2, 151 | the end to which they are adapted, provided this end be ~something 51 2, 170 | things, it ~becomes more adapted to receive the influence 52 2, 180 | Consequently those who are more adapted ~to the active life can 53 2, 180 | less, those who are more ~adapted to the contemplative life 54 2, 186 | if it have statutes ~more adapted to the attainment of the 55 2, 186 | lesser ~degree of poverty is adapted to that religious order; 56 2, 186 | professes a poverty more adapted to its end. For it is evident 57 2, 186 | instrument, ~but for being more adapted to the end. Thus a physician 58 2, 186 | the more the medicine is adapted to ~the disease. Accordingly 59 2, 186 | according as its poverty is more adapted to the end both common and ~ 60 2, 186 | that solitude is a means adapted not to action but to contemplation, ~ 61 3, 60 | is needed ~that it may be adapted to the determinate form. 62 3, 73 | these names are not suitably adapted to this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 63 3, 74 | Thirdly, because this is adapted for signifying the effect 64 3, 76 | custom it seems to be more ~adapted for eating, as men commonly 65 3, 78 | be denoted by the vessel ~adapted for such usage.~Aquin.: 66 3, 81 | the Cross made His flesh adapted for eating, inasmuch as ~ 67 Suppl, 9 | medicine which would be ~adapted to one disease, would be 68 Suppl, 35| Baptism, whereby a ~man is adapted to receive the other sacraments, 69 Suppl, 35| Now a man is sufficiently adapted to the ~reception of the 70 Suppl, 35| perfection whereby he ~becomes adapted to the exercise of Orders, 71 Suppl, 37| them, so that they may be ~adapted to receive the power. This 72 Suppl, 43| necessary to be of an age adapted to ~procreation. And since 73 Suppl, 55| through something being adapted to ~movement, for instance 74 Suppl, 69| the more noble bodies are adapted to the more noble ~substances: 75 Suppl, 71| works are by nature best adapted to assist the dead, which 76 Suppl, 74| should be such as to be adapted to what is done ~therein: 77 Suppl, 74| OBJ 3: That time should be adapted to manifestation as regards 78 Suppl, 75| when it is more or equally adapted for attaining the end. It 79 Suppl, 76| every form some matter is adapted according to its ~condition, 80 Suppl, 79| thing that is naturally ~adapted to be altered by an active 81 Suppl, 79| however a ~thing be naturally adapted to be altered only with 82 Suppl, 81| whereby it will become adapted to that subjection: and 83 Suppl, 81| exercise have the body more adapted to obey the moving ~spirit, 84 Suppl, 85| to his works, not only as adapted to himself, but also as ~ 85 Suppl, 85| to himself, but also as ~adapted to the government of the 86 Suppl, 88| should be renewed which are adapted to be renewed. But ~plants 87 Suppl, 88| plants and animals are not adapted to the renewal of incorruption, 88 Suppl, 92| this signification can be adapted to the case in point, since ~ 89 Suppl, 93| produced from ~seed, is more adapted to continence than to fortitude, 90 Suppl, 93| fruits are unfittingly ~adapted to the degrees of continence.~ 91 Suppl, 93| equal: ~wherefore it is adapted to virginity wherein incorruption 92 Suppl, 94| hell will be such as to be adapted to ~the utmost unhappiness 93 Appen1, 1| the ~use of free-will is adapted to obtain eternal life, 94 Appen1, 1| But children were never adapted ~to possess eternal life, 95 Appen1, 1| be ~said that they were adapted to obtain eternal life,


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