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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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definite

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | intellect; as the end and definite ~movement is predetermined 2 1, 19 | effects to proceed from definite causes, ~for the preservation 3 1, 23 | whosoever intends some ~definite measure in his effect thinks 4 1, 23 | his effect thinks out some definite number in the ~essential 5 1, 23 | he does not select ~any definite number "per se"; but he 6 1, 23 | builder thinks out the definite measurements of a house, 7 1, 23 | of a house, and also the ~definite number of rooms which he 8 1, 23 | make in the house; and ~definite measurements of the walls 9 1, 23 | not, however, select ~a definite number of stones, but accepts 10 1, 25 | maker is restricted to some definite ~order. But the divine goodness 11 1, 48 | of itself it is nothing ~definite, and beside the scope of 12 1, 70 | day the ~lights received a definite power to produce determinate 13 1, 49 | of itself it is nothing ~definite, and beside the scope of 14 1, 71 | day the ~lights received a definite power to produce determinate 15 1, 85 | therefore there must be a definite and not an infinite number ~ 16 1, 96 | infinite ~time, but only for a definite time. For it is manifest 17 1, 96 | was to be preserved for a ~definite time by partaking of it 18 1, 101 | OBJ 2: Further, if some definite place were required for 19 1, 102 | movement of the arrow towards a definite end shows clearly that it 20 1, 102 | Therefore we cannot ~assign any definite number to the effects of 21 1, 102 | Therefore there are certain definite effects of the Divine ~government.~ 22 1, 102 | they would tend to nothing definite, ~especially those which 23 1, 107 | fitness, indeed, extends to a definite limit.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 24 1, 113 | to be so for a certain ~definite time: wherefore (Lk. 4:13) 25 2, 52 | itself, it be something of a definite ~nature, which can be neither 26 2, 55 | not always, but at some definite time. Now as natural virtue ~ 27 2, 103 | worship God in a ~certain definite way, which would be both 28 2, 105 | ensure the continuance of a ~definite distinction among the tribes.~ 29 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Whether certain definite counsels are fittingly proposed 30 2, 108 | would seem that certain definite counsels are not fittingly ~ 31 2, 108 | all. Therefore certain ~definite counsels should not be proposed 32 2, 108 | good. But there are no ~definite degrees to the greater good. 33 2, 108 | greater good. Therefore definite counsels should ~not be 34 2, 23 | shall never arrive at any definite quantity resulting from 35 2, 51 | denotes withdrawal from a definite good ~purpose. Now the origin 36 2, 58 | and refrain from forming a definite and fixed ~opinion." The 37 2, 81 | ought to ask for something definite when we pray?~(6) Whether 38 2, 81 | ought to ask for something definite when we pray?~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 81 | not to ask for anything definite when ~we pray to God. According 40 2, 81 | not to ask for anything ~definite when we pray.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 81 | another person for something definite ~strive to incline his will 42 2, 81 | to ask God for ~anything definite when we pray.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 81 | to ask God for anything definite in our prayers.~Aquin.: 44 2, 81 | one asks for ~something definite, and then some say it is " 45 2, 82 | Whether adoration requires a definite place?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 46 2, 82 | Whether adoration requires a definite place?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 47 2, 82 | adoration does not require a definite place. ~It is written (Jn. 48 2, 82 | other places. Therefore a definite place is not ~necessary 49 2, 82 | adoration does not require a definite place.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 50 2, 82 | towards the west, if ~any definite place be requisite for adoration.~ 51 2, 82 | of necessity be ~in some definite place and position. Hence 52 2, 82 | place and position. Hence a definite place is required ~for adoration, 53 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A definite place is chosen for adoration, 54 2, 83 | is a special act of some definite virtue. Therefore the ~offering 55 2, 83 | is not a special act of a definite virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 56 2, 83 | is not a special act of a definite ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 57 2, 83 | to be a special act of a definite virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 58 2, 83 | this reason it belongs to a definite virtue, viz. religion. But 59 2, 83 | are bound to offer certain definite sacrifices according to 60 2, 84 | to do should be something definite. But ~neither in the New 61 2, 84 | do we find mention of a definite ~amount of first-fruits. 62 2, 106 | right. Wherefore to every definite natural inclination ~there 63 2, 120 | which is ~due to certain definite persons, to whom he is bound 64 2, 152 | This union with a certain definite woman is called matrimony; 65 2, 156 | sins, but only of certain definite ones. Therefore anger should 66 2, 159 | be fixed ~according to a definite number of degrees. Therefore 67 2, 184 | counsels, but to certain definite ones, some to some, others 68 3, 63 | anyone is deputed to some definite purpose ~he is wont to receive 69 Suppl, 40| exercised ~by virtue of certain definite powers, and for this purpose 70 Suppl, 41| unless ~it have certain and definite parents, and this would 71 Suppl, 41| tie between the man and a definite woman and it is in ~this 72 Suppl, 52| Hence slavery which is a definite ~punishment is of positive 73 Suppl, 53| genus and not as to the definite degree of guilt. But as ~ 74 Suppl, 66| reason done away in a certain definite case.~ 75 Suppl, 69| Further, whatever has a definite place has more in common 76 Suppl, 69| nothing from bodies. Therefore definite places should not be ~assigned 77 Suppl, 70| not exercised without a definite movement of the heart. In 78 Suppl, 71| infinite, yet there is a definite effect to ~which that sacrament 79 Suppl, 72| themselves ~than now by seeking a definite conclusion by arguing about 80 Suppl, 72| principles are appointed to definite effects, beyond which they ~ 81 Suppl, 72| produced by nature, except in a definite way by ~the process of generation 82 Suppl, 74| Church endures, ~and not any definite number of years. The reason 83 Suppl, 77| is one kind that ~has a definite form and is contained among 84 Suppl, 77| and yet they have ~certain definite forms like the other parts 85 Suppl, 77| parts ~of the universe have definite forms, by reason of which 86 Suppl, 77| matter. But complete ~and definite quantity comes to matter 87 Suppl, 77| is made in reference to definite quantity regards ~the species 88 Suppl, 77| species especially when definite position of parts belongs 89 Suppl, 94| teaching, since the soul uses a definite bodily organ, ~even as art 90 Suppl, 94| organ, ~even as art uses definite instruments, so that it


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