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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | impossible things do ~come beneath the scope of divine power.~ 2 1, 32 | existence of another substance beneath him, which they ~called " 3 1, 55 | 3: The things which are beneath the angel, and those which 4 1, 56 | caused by it; and what is beneath ~it, in so far as it is 5 1, 57 | angels, since they are ~beneath them. Therefore the angels 6 1, 59 | determined with regard to things beneath him; ~but it would argue 7 1, 63 | intellectual substances which are beneath it, yet higher than men 8 1, 66 | which remains subsisting beneath ~generation and corruption, 9 1, 68 | bodies to drift to one spot beneath the vault of the moon, as ~ 10 1, 68 | a body seen as ~concave beneath need not necessarily be 11 1, 68 | corporeal things are confined ~beneath the heaven perceived by 12 1, 68 | the same species as those beneath. But if by the ~firmament 13 1, 71 | and so are said to fly "beneath the firmament," ~even if 14 1, 56 | 3: The things which are beneath the angel, and those which 15 1, 57 | caused by it; and what is beneath ~it, in so far as it is 16 1, 58 | angels, since they are ~beneath them. Therefore the angels 17 1, 60 | determined with regard to things beneath him; ~but it would argue 18 1, 64 | intellectual substances which are beneath it, yet higher than men 19 1, 67 | which remains subsisting beneath generation and corruption, 20 1, 69 | bodies to drift to one spot beneath the vault of the moon, as ~ 21 1, 69 | a body seen as ~concave beneath need not necessarily be 22 1, 69 | corporeal things are confined ~beneath the heaven perceived by 23 1, 69 | the same species as those beneath. But if by the ~firmament 24 1, 71 | and so are said to fly "beneath the firmament," ~even if 25 1, 83 | UNDERSTANDS CORPOREAL THINGS ~BENEATH IT (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We now 26 1, 83 | understands bodies which are beneath it; (2) How it understands 27 1, 95 | Dominations." Therefore it was not beneath the dignity of the state 28 1, 101 | up so high, and ~because beneath the moon is the region of 29 1, 107 | Dionysius places the ~"Virtues" beneath the "Dominations," and above 30 1, 107 | the ~"Principalities" beneath the "Powers" and above the " 31 1, 107 | human hierarchy is stationed beneath the lowest heavenly ~hierarchy, 32 1, 107 | hierarchy and the middle ~beneath the first. But the angels 33 1, 112 | and ~yet has other angels beneath him whom he enlightens.~ 34 2, 11 | the sensitive appetite is beneath the ~intellectual appetite, 35 2, 11 | is the natural appetite beneath the sensitive. ~If, therefore, 36 2, 47 | angry ~with those who are beneath us.~ 37 2, 57 | highest ~place, and containing beneath itself both understanding 38 2, 66 | virtues are about things beneath man. Now in ~things that 39 2, 66 | other way about in things beneath man. Secondly, because prudence ~ 40 2, 70 | sensible goods which ~are beneath him. Wherefore, since upward 41 2, 96 | which frames human law, is beneath the Divine power. ~Therefore 42 2, 102 | the creature, which is beneath God, as ~the seat under 43 2, 102 | wont to offer sacrifices beneath trees, on ~account of the 44 2, 22 | whom his master works, is ~beneath his master. Now "faith . . . 45 2, 22 | Now those things which are beneath the soul are more excellent 46 2, 22 | love the things ~that are beneath us; for which reason the 47 2, 24 | and a fourth which is beneath us," namely our own body.~ 48 2, 25 | becoming to earth to be ~beneath water. Consequently the 49 2, 26 | not love that ~which is beneath him less than it ought to 50 2, 28 | defect of that ~which is beneath. [*"The quality of mercy 51 2, 50 | counsel of God about ~things beneath them": wherefore the instruction 52 2, 79 | cultivating ~things that are beneath us, thus a farmer [agricola] 53 2, 81 | things, it descends to things beneath it, against the ~saying 54 2, 92 | the heavenly bodies, and beneath these the demons which they ~ 55 2, 92 | denizens of the air, and beneath these again ~they placed 56 2, 101 | paid to those also who are ~beneath us, and it seems, in consequence, 57 2, 127 | number of those who are beneath him, since, as also the 58 2, 143 | Other things which are beneath virtue are honored, in so 59 2, 160 | mind's attachment to things beneath what is becoming to a man, 60 2, 160 | so as to set themselves beneath them with ~humility, but 61 2, 172 | intellectual prophecy is beneath that which is ~conveyed 62 2, 172 | Nevertheless these two degrees are beneath prophecy properly so called, ~ 63 2, 178 | of those things that are beneath him. On the other hand, 64 2, 178 | as their care for those beneath them is in accordance ~with 65 2, 183 | this life, since all things beneath the sun are vanity, but 66 3, 30 | state ~of life, she was beneath the angels. For even Christ 67 3, 46 | graces, so was He lowered beneath others by the ~ignominy 68 3, 49 | Passion Christ humbled Himself beneath His dignity in four ~respects. 69 3, 52 | same air the earth lying beneath can be considered as infernal 70 3, 57 | although Christ's body is beneath spiritual ~substances, if 71 3, 59 | judge aright of the things beneath us, so does He who ~alone 72 3, 77 | of Christ ~ceases to be beneath it; both because great and 73 3, 81 | 2/2~"Our Lord can grieve beneath the sacramental veils But 74 3, 83 | cast ~into the trenches beneath the flag-stones, so as not 75 Suppl, 20| absolutely speaking, yet he is beneath him in so far as he ~submits 76 Suppl, 86| higher angels enlighten those beneath them, both angels and men, ~ 77 Suppl, 94| 7) Whether this fire is beneath the earth?~Aquin.: SMT XP 78 Suppl, 94| Whether the fire of hell is beneath the earth?~Aquin.: SMT XP 79 Suppl, 94| seem that this fire is not beneath the earth. For it is ~said 80 Suppl, 94| will be ~punished is not beneath the earth but outside the 81 Suppl, 94| the fire of hell is not beneath the earth.~Aquin.: SMT XP 82 Suppl, 94| Therefore ~that fire will not be beneath the earth.~Aquin.: SMT XP 83 Suppl, 94| Therefore the fire of hell is beneath us.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] 84 Suppl, 94| believing that hell is beneath the earth."~Aquin.: SMT 85 Suppl, 94| surface; others think it to be beneath the earth." He ~shows the 86 Suppl, 94| for the reason ~that it is beneath us [inferius], what earth 87 Suppl, 94| treated, by being ~buried beneath the earth." The other is 88 Suppl, 94| the heavier ~things are beneath the others, if they be placed 89 Suppl, 94| should have said that hell is beneath the earth, rather than have 90 Suppl, 94| maintained that hell is situated beneath the ~terrestrial orb, but 91 Suppl, 94| Scripture to say that it ~is beneath the earth.~Aquin.: SMT XP


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