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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | directed by ~some being endowed with knowledge and intelligence; 2 1, 52 | a located body which is endowed with dimensive ~quantity. 3 1, 52 | For ~an angel is not less endowed with power than the soul. 4 1, 59 | by ~nature. Only an agent endowed with an intellect can act 5 1, 62 | in wisdom, were likewise endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~ 6 1, 66 | separate substance stated to be endowed with motive power, ~if the 7 1, 70 | of all things ~that are endowed with movement the first 8 1, 75 | proves that the soul is endowed with a grade of ~intellectuality 9 1, 76 | intellectual soul had to be endowed not only with ~the power 10 1, 76 | refined in body are well endowed in mind," as ~stated in 11 1, 76 | the souls ~of which are endowed with knowledge and power 12 1, 53 | a located body which is endowed with dimensive ~quantity. 13 1, 53 | For ~an angel is not less endowed with power than the soul. 14 1, 60 | by ~nature. Only an agent endowed with an intellect can act 15 1, 63 | in wisdom, were likewise endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~ 16 1, 67 | separate substance stated to be endowed with motive power, ~if the 17 1, 71 | of all things ~that are endowed with movement the first 18 1, 74 | proves that the soul is endowed with a grade of ~intellectuality 19 1, 75 | intellectual soul had to be endowed not only with ~the power 20 1, 75 | refined in body are well endowed in mind," as ~stated in 21 1, 75 | the souls ~of which are endowed with knowledge and power 22 1, 78 | active causes, each ~one is endowed with its proper powers derived 23 1, 92 | as "an intelligent being ~endowed with free-will and self-movement." 24 1, 92 | say, in so far as we ~are endowed with a mind. Therefore, 25 1, 92 | implies "an intelligent being, endowed with free-will and ~self-movement, 26 1, 93 | Essence. He was, however, endowed with "a life of happiness 27 1, 93 | animal life. But he was endowed with ~integrity as to this 28 1, 93 | knowledge. Therefore he was not ~endowed with knowledge of all things.~ 29 1, 93 | Wherefore the first man was endowed with such a ~knowledge of 30 1, 94 | fashioned their nature and endowed them with ~grace." Therefore 31 1, 94 | state, wherewith man was endowed ~by God, seems to require 32 1, 95 | willed that man, who was endowed with reason and made to 33 1, 96 | it was most properly endowed at the beginning ~with the 34 1, 98 | perfect animals are not so endowed; but to the dryness of the 35 1, 99 | would have begotten children endowed with righteousness ~together 36 1, 100 | not be so if the soul were endowed at birth with knowledge 37 1, 101 | called because ~its fruit was endowed with a life-preserving power 38 1, 101 | of beatitude, which is ~endowed with the highest degree 39 1, 102 | leaf of the tree, ~hath God endowed with every fitting detail 40 1, 103 | effect, so no effect can be endowed with the power of ~self-preservation, 41 1, 104 | as when the Apostles were endowed with knowledge without studying 42 1, 114 | there is no such principle, endowed with freedom ~to follow 43 1, 116 | move the body except as endowed with life: so that if one 44 1, 117 | carries. Therefore bodies not endowed with life, which are the 45 2 | implies "an intelligent being ~endowed with free-will and self-movement": 46 2, 6 | against nature: so in ~things endowed with knowledge, it effects 47 2, 9 | things. Accordingly ~man endowed with a will is sometimes 48 2, 11 | command, just as in things endowed with knowledge, the ~appetite 49 2, 11 | only for those that are endowed with knowledge.~Aquin.: 50 2, 13 | target, as though it were endowed ~with reason to direct its 51 2, 16 | reason with which man is endowed ~uses all things by its 52 2, 17 | man, in ~so far as he is endowed with intellect and will, 53 2, 22 | its ~approach to something endowed with light in a supreme 54 2, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: When anyone endowed with an art produces bad 55 2, 85 | he is an animal naturally endowed with sight: yet ~this aptitude 56 2, 91 | free-will, with ~which he is endowed above all other animals. 57 2, 107 | those who as yet are not ~endowed with virtuous habits, are 58 2, 127 | God: ~thus if his soul is endowed with great virtue, magnanimity 59 2, 161 | Now the first man ~was endowed with wisdom, according to 60 2, 163 | then our first parents were endowed with ~a spiritual mind, 61 2, 172 | a prophet, who is merely endowed with the understanding of 62 2, 172 | ever-increasing ~fame to be endowed with the prophetic spirit: 63 2, 185 | Fourthly, if they have endowed ~the monastery with the 64 3, 1 | sinned, he ~would have been endowed with the light of Divine 65 3, 4 | by ~sin, His nature was endowed with such purity.~Aquin.: 66 3, 25 | salvation, it will ~appear as endowed with Divine power, by which 67 3, 34 | being already fashioned and endowed with ~sensible organs, much 68 3, 36 | star, but "of some power ~endowed with reason." Consequently " 69 3, 38 | of His most pure flesh He endowed the waters with a regenerating ~ 70 3, 44 | that His own flesh ~was endowed with a healing virtue." 71 3, 46 | body. For His body was ~endowed with a most perfect constitution, 72 3, 60 | OBJ 2: Sensible things are endowed with natural powers conducive ~ 73 3, 62 | of the Old ~Law were not endowed with any power by which 74 3, 66 | of His most ~pure flesh, endowed the waters with a regenerating 75 3, 67 | 2): "As new-born babes, endowed with reason desire milk ~[ 76 3, 68 | because ~as yet he was not endowed with a separate existence." 77 Suppl, 65| so in things which are ~endowed with knowledge the principles 78 Suppl, 65| and consequently it is endowed not only with ~those things 79 Suppl, 69| souls of the saints to be endowed with a power in ~virtue 80 Suppl, 70| souls or demons, who are endowed with keen intelligence, 81 Suppl, 71| greater according as they are endowed with a greater ~charity. 82 Suppl, 79| the whole body will be ~endowed with clarity. Therefore 83 Suppl, 80| resurrection, but that it will be endowed with subtlety by means of ~ 84 Suppl, 80| unless ~elemental nature were endowed with the properties of the 85 Suppl, 88| Therefore ~the earth will not be endowed with brightness in this 86 Suppl, 88| of brightness, were to be endowed with ~brightness, the perfection 87 Suppl, 88| elements themselves should be endowed with brightness.~Aquin.: 88 Suppl, 89| equality, for it will be endowed with clarity even ~as Christ' 89 Suppl, 92| knowledge is said to be endowed with knowledge, and in this ~ 90 Suppl, 93| equally, because some are endowed more highly than others 91 Suppl, 93| Godhead, and consequently endowed with ~regal power: "Thou


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