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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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belonged

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | taken as if the ~negation belonged to their essence, but because 2 1, 18 | form only, and not matter, belonged to natural things, ~then 3 1, 39 | persons as if they exclusively belonged to them; but in order to 4 1, 50 | away, in view of ~which it belonged to it. Roundness can never 5 1, 61 | in the opinion of some, ~belonged to the inferior orders. 6 1, 63 | hold that the chief devil belonged ~to the lower order of the 7 1, 39 | persons as if they exclusively belonged to them; but in order to 8 1, 51 | away, in view of ~which it belonged to it. Roundness can never 9 1, 62 | in the opinion of some, ~belonged to the inferior orders. 10 1, 64 | hold that the chief devil belonged ~to the lower order of the 11 1, 91 | Therefore a rib of Adam belonged to the integrity of ~his 12 1, 91 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The rib belonged to the integral perfection 13 1, 95 | consider the mastership which belonged to man in the state of ~ 14 1, 96 | communicated to the body ~what belonged to itself as a soul; and 15 1, 118 | be ~left in him of what belonged to him at the beginning. 16 1, 118 | which was there previously belonged to true human nature, so 17 2, 50 | first species of ~quality belonged to the soul alone. And he 18 2, 50 | Predicaments not as though they ~belonged to the first species of 19 2, 98 | Old Law; not because they belonged to the Old Law, but because 20 2, 98 | Old Law, but because they ~belonged to the natural law. But 21 2, 100 | decalogue, if ~it nowise belonged to the decalogue. Secondly, 22 2, 100 | whereas the judicial precepts ~belonged to "special justice," which 23 2, 102 | of others similar which belonged to that ~time, does not 24 2, 102 | Now the worship of God belonged in a general way to the 25 2, 102 | but ~in a special way, it belonged to the priests and Levites, 26 2, 102 | in general; while ~others belonged to the ministers.~Aquin.: 27 2, 102 | they declared that they belonged to that people ~which God 28 2, 106 | grace ~instilled into them belonged to the New Testament.~Aquin.: 29 2, 107 | and in this respect they belonged to the ~New Law. In like 30 2, 107 | God, in this respect they ~belonged to the New Testament: for 31 2, 4 | specifically, as ~though they belonged to different species. But 32 2, 59 | possessed of something ~which belonged to the community. Therefore 33 2, 59 | richer out of that which belonged to the other. The result 34 2, 91 | and yet these observances belonged to the ~worship of God. 35 3, 2 | Christ, and it, moreover, belonged to Christ from the beginning 36 3, 13 | nature still retaining ~what belonged to it. Now the active principle 37 3, 14 | allowed to ~suffer and do what belonged to it."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 38 3, 14 | allowed to do and suffer what belonged to ~it." And this necessity 39 3, 14 | our sin, and not that they belonged to Him of Himself. Hence 40 3, 15 | allowed to suffer ~and do what belonged to it." But it is proper 41 3, 15 | spirit. ~And hence this belonged to Christ, whose spirit 42 3, 16 | so understand it as if it belonged to human ~nature to be in 43 3, 18 | flesh to do ~and suffer what belonged to it." And in like manner 44 3, 18 | powers of His soul to do what belonged to them. Now it is clear 45 3, 19 | should do and suffer what belonged to it," as stated above ( 46 3, 28 | other motions. But Christ belonged to the same species as other 47 3, 31 | of flesh and bone, which belonged to him, not as an ~integral 48 3, 31 | such a way that ~Adam's sin belonged to Christ: forasmuch as 49 3, 36 | which appeared to the Magi belonged to the heavenly ~system?~ 50 3, 36 | which appeared to the Magi belonged ~to the heavenly system. 51 3, 36 | which appeared to the Magi belonged to ~the heavenly system.~ 52 3, 38 | Consequently, in a way, it belonged to the law of Christ, but 53 3, 42 | darkness (Lk. 1:79), it belonged to remove occasions of error, 54 3, 46 | like ~fashion, since it belonged to Christ's soul, inasmuch 55 3, 48 | cause, to whom Christ's life belonged as to its first ~author, 56 3, 57 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it belonged for Christ to ascend into 57 3, 57 | fittingness. Now this in a measure belonged to His glory; and He had 58 3, 57 | s Ascension into heaven belonged to Him according to His ~ 59 3, 57 | s Ascension into heaven belonged to Him ~according to His 60 3, 68 | conceived ~within a mother belonged to her body, so as to be 61 3, 74 | The shedding of the blood belonged directly to Christ's ~Passion: 62 Suppl, 54| of natural law. Now it belonged to human nature from when 63 Suppl, 66| the time of the synagogue belonged to the unity of the Church 64 Suppl, 70| though ~the act of feeling belonged to the soul by itself, but 65 Suppl, 71| head replied that it ~had belonged to a pagan priest who was 66 Suppl, 71| very bad, ~those namely who belonged to the Church as actual 67 Suppl, 71| dead together with what has belonged to them, how much ~more 68 Suppl, 71| together with what ~has belonged to him, not that they also 69 Suppl, 77| Whether whatever in the body belonged to the truth of human nature 70 Suppl, 77| food. Therefore if whatever belonged to the truth of ~human nature 71 Suppl, 77| OBJ 2: Further, Adam's rib belonged to the truth of human nature 72 Suppl, 77| rib. Therefore whatever belonged in man to the truth of human 73 Suppl, 77| rise again in man whatever belonged in him to ~the truth of 74 Suppl, 77| human nature in ~that child belonged also to the truth of human 75 Suppl, 77| changed into seed, that which belonged to the truth of ~human nature 76 Suppl, 77| impossible for ~whatever belonged to the truth of human nature 77 Suppl, 77| On the contrary, Whatever belonged to the truth of human nature 78 Suppl, 77| resurrection. ~Therefore whatever belonged to the truth of human nature 79 Suppl, 77| perish. Therefore whatever belonged to the truth of human ~nature 80 Suppl, 77| human nature, all ~of it belonged to the truth of human nature 81 Suppl, 77| alone will rise again which belonged to the truth of the human ~ 82 Suppl, 77| order, ~that what first belonged to the substance of a man' 83 Suppl, 77| flesh that is eaten never belonged to the truth of ~human nature 84 Suppl, 77| the second: otherwise what belonged to ~the resurrection in 85 Suppl, 77| something that would ~have belonged to the seminal substance 86 Suppl, 78| OBJ 3: Further, that which belonged most to the truth of human 87 Suppl, 78| more would it seem to have belonged to the truth of human ~nature, 88 Suppl, 78| completion. Wherefore that which belonged principally to the ~truth


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