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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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represents

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | perfect. Hence every creature represents Him, and ~is like Him so 2 1, 13 | some perfection; yet it represents Him ~not as something of 3 1, 13 | of predicate and ~subject represents the plurality of idea; and 4 1, 13 | idea; and the intellect represents ~the unity by composition.~ 5 1, 14 | the intelligible ~species represents one thing in such a way 6 1, 17 | to the imagination, as it represents the likeness ~of something 7 1, 35 | species of ~that which it represents." But species or form is 8 1, 37 | Word "begotten" adequately represents ~the Father and every creature; 9 1, 39 | beautiful, ~if it perfectly represents even an ugly thing. This 10 1, 42 | to it; but that which it represents cannot be ~said to be equal 11 1, 42 | of any creature perfectly represents the divine ~generation. 12 1, 42 | word ~from the intellect represents it more exactly; the intellectual 13 1, 45 | OBJ 3: Further, the effect represents only its own cause. But 14 1, 45 | Every effect in some degree represents its cause, but ~diversely. 15 1, 45 | but not its form; as smoke represents fire. Such a representation 16 1, 45 | form, as fire generated represents fire generating; and a statue 17 1, 45 | and a statue of ~Mercury represents Mercury; and this is called 18 1, 45 | a created substance, ~it represents the cause and principle; 19 1, 45 | has a form and species, it represents the Word as the form of 20 1, 45 | has relation of order, it represents the Holy Ghost, inasmuch 21 1, 47 | goodness more perfectly, ~and represents it better than any single 22 1, 47 | only one. ~But no creature represents the first exemplar perfectly, 23 1, 65 | creature possessing being, it ~represents the Divine being and Its 24 1, 66 | artificer, God, Whom he ~represents as saying to the heavenly 25 1, 37 | Word "begotten" adequately represents ~the Father and every creature; 26 1, 39 | beautiful, ~if it perfectly represents even an ugly thing. This 27 1, 42 | to it; but that which it represents cannot be ~said to be equal 28 1, 42 | of any creature perfectly represents the divine ~generation. 29 1, 42 | word ~from the intellect represents it more exactly; the intellectual 30 1, 46 | OBJ 3: Further, the effect represents only its own cause. But 31 1, 46 | Every effect in some degree represents its cause, but ~diversely. 32 1, 46 | but not its form; as smoke represents fire. Such a representation 33 1, 46 | form, as fire generated represents fire generating; and a statue 34 1, 46 | and a statue of ~Mercury represents Mercury; and this is called 35 1, 46 | a created substance, ~it represents the cause and principle; 36 1, 46 | has a form and species, it represents the Word as the form of 37 1, 46 | has relation of order, it represents the Holy Ghost, inasmuch 38 1, 48 | goodness more perfectly, ~and represents it better than any single 39 1, 48 | only one. ~But no creature represents the first exemplar perfectly, 40 1, 66 | creature possessing being, it ~represents the Divine being and Its 41 1, 67 | artificer, God, Whom he ~represents as saying to the heavenly 42 1, 84 | certain likeness which ~represents, as to its specific conditions 43 1, 92 | species as that which it represents"; and ~he also says that " 44 1, 92 | thing which adequately ~represents another," this is to be 45 1, 92 | way in which an "image," represents anything. An "image" ~represents 46 1, 92 | represents anything. An "image" ~represents something by likeness in 47 1, 92 | have said; while a ~"trace" represents something by way of an effect, 48 1, 92 | way of an effect, which represents the ~cause in such a way 49 1, 92 | They held ~that "the man represents the Person of the Father; 50 1, 92 | shape of the human body represents the image of God in the 51 1, 92 | is like or unlike what it represents, ~according as the representation 52 1, 105 | hierarchy is derived from, and represents ~the heavenly hierarchy; 53 2, 35 | thing which the likeness represents. And this thing is ~all 54 2, 87 | punishment, in ~its own way, represents the eternity of punishment 55 2, 93 | so far truth in it, as it represents the Divine intellect, as ~ 56 2, 102 | the pungency which ~salt represents; for it is written (Ecclus. 57 2, 102 | from that which the figure represents, therefore the reasons of 58 2, 79 | goes on to the thing it represents. Hence neither "latria" 59 2, 82 | The triple genuflection represents ~the Trinity of Persons, 60 2, 83 | that is offered ~outwardly represents the inward spiritual sacrifice, 61 2, 171 | in the first. For a man represents ~certain things to his disciple 62 3, 25 | the material image which represents ~the humanity of Christ 63 3, 25 | ways. First, inasmuch as it represents a rational nature: secondly, ~ 64 3, 25 | one way ~in so far as it represents to us the figure of Christ 65 3, 37 | being a loquacious bird, represents the preaching and ~confession 66 3, 73 | Sacrifice" inasmuch as it ~represents the Passion of Christ; but 67 3, 73 | this sacrament, because it represents it in every respect.~Aquin.: 68 3, 74 | flesh of slaughtered animals represents the ~Passion more forcibly, 69 3, 78 | consecrated apart expressly represents Christ's Passion, and therefore ~ 70 3, 78 | blood consecrated apart ~represents Christ's blood more expressively; 71 3, 81 | inasmuch as ~this sacrament represents Christ's Passion.~Aquin.: 72 3, 83 | anniversary remembrance represents what ~took place in by-gone 73 3, 83 | the chalice with the paten represents Christ's tomb, ~which was " 74 3, 83 | which more expressively represents ~Christ's Passion. But there 75 3, 83 | therefore when the altar which represents Christ, has been incensed 76 3, 83 | person the bishop chiefly represents.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 77 Suppl, 37| acolyte by bearing a ~light represents the doctrine of the New 78 Suppl, 37| the reader by his recital represents it differently, wherefore 79 Suppl, 40| the priest, in offering, represents Christ in the ~Church, Who 80 Suppl, 40| Yet he is the ~higher who represents Christ according to a greater 81 Suppl, 40| perfection. Now a ~priest represents Christ in that He fulfilled 82 Suppl, 40| Himself, whereas a bishop represents Him in that He instituted 83 Suppl, 42| New Law in so ~far as it represents the mystery of Christ's 84 Suppl, 56| the godparent in ~Baptism represents: although he can baptize, 85 Suppl, 56| of ~God Whom the baptizer represents. And yet he cannot contract 86 Suppl, 71| sinner, offering suffrages, ~represents the whole Church; for instance 87 Suppl, 74| 12:6) that "the woman who represents ~the Church had a place 88 Suppl, 89| Now the Divine essence represents all things more ~clearly


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