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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 51 | because their nature is akin to that of aerial bodies." 2 1, 55 | is, souls - have a nature akin to a ~body, in so far as 3 1, 64 | knowledge. For the evening is akin to ~darkness, yet it possesses 4 1, 70 | beings, their souls ~must be akin to the angelic nature (Gen. 5 1, 76 | and by air, which is ~most akin to a spirit." But fire and 6 1, 52 | because their nature is akin to that of aerial bodies." 7 1, 56 | is, souls - have a nature akin to a ~body, in so far as 8 1, 65 | knowledge. For the evening is akin to ~darkness, yet it possesses 9 1, 71 | beings, their souls ~must be akin to the angelic nature (Gen. 10 1, 75 | and by air, which is ~most akin to a spirit." But fire and 11 1, 87 | But the human mind is more akin ~to immaterial than to material 12 1, 87 | never arrive at anything akin to immaterial substance. 13 1, 92 | therefore nothing is more akin to Him." But a creature 14 1, 92 | s image so far as it is akin to God. Therefore the angels 15 1, 101 | and is, moreover, the most akin to the earth; hence it is 16 1, 107 | superior order will be more akin to ~the highest of the inferior 17 1, 107 | white and black are more akin as regards ~their position 18 1, 107 | white parts, but are less akin in ~quality; so two angels 19 1, 107 | of two orders are more ~akin in propinquity of nature 20 1, 107 | nature than one of them is akin to the others of ~its own 21 1, 107 | its own order, but less akin in their fitness for similar 22 1, 107 | in ~their own order are akin to the "Dominations"; for 23 1, 107 | order of the "Powers" is akin to the order of the "Principalities"; ~ 24 1, 118 | such semen would be more akin to the ~cow and the pig, 25 2, 25 | and daring, from ~being akin to one another.~Aquin.: 26 2, 27 | thing is a good, which is akin and proportionate ~to it. 27 2, 34 | conjoined to actions are ~more akin to those actions, than desires, 28 2, 58 | mos," i.e. "custom," is akin to this: because custom 29 2, 58 | intellectual virtues, it seems most akin to ~the moral virtues.~Aquin.: 30 2, 60 | For frankness is more akin to the ~reason than pleasure, 31 2, 66 | virtues, as being ~most akin to reason. This is made 32 2, 73 | because every ~man is most akin to himself; and yet it is 33 2, 73 | man ~against those who are akin to him, according to Micah 34 2, 83 | powers of the soul are more akin to the flesh than the will ~ 35 2, 83 | sensitive powers, are more akin ~to the flesh, yet, since 36 2, 83 | the higher power, is more akin ~to the essence of the soul, 37 2, 91 | Divine law seems to be more akin to the eternal law, ~which 38 2, 105 | Further, men are much more akin to us than trees. But we 39 2, 9 | ii, 2 that they are more akin to physics. Accordingly, 40 2, 24 | as much as virtue is more akin than money to ~friendship. 41 2, 25 | to love more, one who is akin to him by blood, or ~one 42 2, 25 | loving someone because ~he is akin or connected with us, or 43 2, 25 | this respect they are not akin but hostile to us, according 44 2, 28 | that men pity such as are akin to them, ~and the like, 45 2, 31 | contrary good of virtue is more akin to charity than the good 46 2, 34 | capital vices are ~so closely akin to one another that one 47 2, 36 | vainglory. For ~contention is akin to zeal, wherefore it is 48 2, 36 | Contention, like discord, is akin to envy in so far as a ~ 49 2, 36 | holds to something, it is ~akin to pride and vainglory, 50 2, 51 | Further, prudence is more akin to moral action than knowledge 51 2, 51 | spiritual vices are more akin to the reason than carnal ~ 52 2, 53 | spiritual vices seem to be more akin thereto, such as pride and ~ 53 2, 71 | wealth because it is more akin to spiritual goods, wherefore 54 2, 100 | are more ~substantially akin to us than persons in positions 55 2, 100 | worship to persons more ~akin to us, and to whom we are 56 2, 127 | both because it is the most akin to ~virtue, since it is 57 2, 127 | without fear ~seems more akin to fortitude. Therefore 58 2, 134 | respect that patience is akin to fortitude. Yet fortitude 59 2, 136 | But to be delicate seems akin to intemperance. ~Therefore 60 2, 139 | since the taste is more akin to the touch than ~the other 61 2, 140 | intemperance seems more akin to voluntary action than 62 2, 146 | seeing that it is most akin ~to what is in respect of 63 2, 153 | OBJ 3: The will is more akin to the reason than the concupiscible ~ 64 2, 155 | For the virtue is more akin to diminution than to excess, ~ 65 2, 160 | to pride by default is ~akin to the vice of pusillanimity, 66 2, 163 | cessation of an assault is ~akin to a reward. Now punishment 67 2, 163 | sensible things, which are most akin to man, partly by ~tempting 68 2, 163 | through the woman who was akin to him in the same ~species; 69 2, 163 | through the serpent, who was akin ~to them in the same genus; 70 2, 163 | forbidden fruit, which was akin to them in the proximate 71 2, 173 | beside oneself, is more akin than the ~former to the 72 3, 22 | of the Old Law was more akin to Christ's ~priesthood 73 3, 25 | Christ's Mother is more akin to Him than the cross. But ~ 74 3, 26 | they not aloof from men and akin to God, than established 75 3, 30 | because virginity is ever akin to the angelic nature. Surely 76 3, 36 | the righteous are more akin to the angels than to any ~ 77 3, 38 | baptism of John was more akin than circumcision to ~the 78 3, 44 | OBJ 1: Brute animals are akin generically to man, wherefore 79 3, 66 | generated, are moist and akin ~to water. For this reason 80 Suppl, 12| nature of virtue or is ~most akin thereto; thus choice and 81 Suppl, 54| Further, if two persons be akin to one another there is 82 Suppl, 54| consanguinity, one is more ~akin to him than the other, if 83 Suppl, 54| For no woman can be more akin to a man than Eve ~was to 84 Suppl, 54| Further, things which are more akin and more similar to one ~ 85 Suppl, 54| inasmuch ~as the son is more akin to the father than the father 86 Suppl, 55| contracted. Yet this is much more akin to ~carnal intercourse than 87 Suppl, 55| conjugal fellowship, ~something akin to affinity, namely the 88 Suppl, 55| no affinity nor anything akin ~to it results because the 89 Suppl, 55| intercourse makes persons akin even as carnal ~procreation,


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