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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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resides

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | against reason. For there resides in every man a natural desire ~ 2 1, 13 | multiplied in the effects ~resides in the agent simply, and 3 1, 14 | as the term of operation, resides in the ~operator; and accordingly 4 1, 14 | of action in so far as it resides in the one ~who understands 5 1, 16 | inquiry:~(1) Whether truth resides in the thing, or only in 6 1, 16 | intellect?~(2) Whether it resides only in the intellect composing 7 1, 16 | Para. 1/1~Whether truth resides only in the intellect?~Aquin.: 8 1, 16 | seems, then, ~that truth resides in things, and not in the 9 1, 16 | iii). Therefore truth ~resides rather in things than in 10 1, 16 | intellect. Thus, then, truth ~resides primarily in the intellect, 11 1, 16 | Para. 1/1~Whether truth resides only in the intellect composing 12 1, 16 | As stated before, truth resides, in its primary aspect, ~ 13 1, 16 | properly speaking, truth resides ~in the intellect composing 14 1, 16 | convertible terms. For ~the true resides properly in the intellect, 15 1, 16 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The true resides in things and in the intellect, 16 1, 16 | said (A[1]) that ~truth resides primarily in the intellect; 17 1, 16 | even created truth, which resides in our ~intellect, is greater 18 1, 16 | intellect. For an enunciation resides in the intellect, and in ~ 19 1, 16 | Truth, properly speaking, resides only in the intellect, ~ 20 1, 17 | wherein truth primarily ~resides. Hence the false is that 21 1, 21 | not truth. For justice ~resides in the will; since, as Anselm 22 1, 21 | the will, whereas truth resides in the intellect, as the ~ 23 1, 21 | to the law that governs, resides in the reason ~or intellect; 24 1, 21 | according to the law, it resides in the will.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 22 | Reply OBJ 3: Providence resides in the intellect; but presupposes 26 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Grace resides instrumentally in the sacraments 27 1, 43 | form of a thing designed resides in the instruments of the ~ 28 1, 59 | as it is a human virtue, resides in the ~concupiscible part, 29 1, 71 | of producing all animals resides in the earth and the ~water 30 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Grace resides instrumentally in the sacraments 31 1, 43 | form of a thing designed resides in the instruments of the ~ 32 1, 60 | as it is a human virtue, resides in the ~concupiscible part, 33 1, 71 | of producing all animals resides in the earth and the ~water 34 1, 86 | by the subject wherein it resides, by the interior ~act of 35 1, 86 | the inclination of a thing resides in it according to its mode 36 1, 86 | the natural inclination resides in a natural thing ~naturally, 37 1, 87 | OBJ 2: Further, science resides in the intellect. But there 38 1, 88 | that the habit of knowledge resides not in the ~intellect itself, 39 1, 88 | 2/3~But, since knowledge resides in the intellect, which 40 1, 88 | as the ~intellectual act resides chiefly and formally in 41 1, 88 | intellect itself, ~whilst it resides materially and dispositively 42 2, 9 | appetite, wherein concupiscence resides. Therefore the ~sensitive 43 2, 9 | the reason, in ~which resides the will, moves, by its 44 2, 28 | the ~appetite where love resides, to divide things that are 45 2, 44 | breast where the heart ~resides. Hence those who fear tremble 46 2, 57 | intellectual virtue is one which resides in the ~essentially rational 47 2, 71 | whereas the habit that ~resides in the soul, does not, of 48 2, 77 | in which, ~chiefly, sin resides. Now weakness may be applied 49 2, 85 | reason, where prudence ~resides, the will, where justice 50 2, 91 | law, as to ~its essence, resides in him that rules and measures; 51 2, 2 | 1 ~OBJ 2: Further, faith resides in the reason, as we shall 52 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith resides in the intellect?~Aquin.: 53 2, 4 | Praedest. Sanct. v) that "faith resides in the ~believer's will." 54 2, 4 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Faith resides in the speculative intellect, 55 2, 10 | 1]). Therefore ~unbelief resides in the will and not in the 56 2, 10 | which unbelief is opposed, resides in the ~intellect. Therefore 57 2, 11 | heretic. This ~authority resides chiefly in the Sovereign 58 2, 17 | Divine good. Therefore hope resides in the higher ~appetite 59 2, 17 | of a ~wayfarer. For hope resides in the will. But certainty 60 2, 25 | the object of friendship, ~resides in some restricted way; 61 2, 25 | whom the aforesaid good resides in totality.~Aquin.: SMT 62 2, 45 | reason. Therefore ~prudence resides also in the speculative 63 2, 45 | is evident that prudence resides only in the practical reason.~ 64 2, 56 | part of ~the soul, where it resides as in its subject; and this 65 2, 64 | reason wherein God's image resides, is shown forth in ~man' 66 2, 81 | is a part of justice, it resides in the will as in its subject. ~ 67 2, 121 | 3: Further, human virtue resides chiefly in the soul, since 68 2, 121 | But ~fortitude, seemingly, resides in the body, or at least 69 2, 150 | that "although virginity resides in the flesh," and for this 70 2, 159 | virtue? ~(2) Whether it resides in the appetite, or in the 71 2, 159 | Humility, like other virtues, resides chiefly inwardly in ~the 72 2, 178 | power; whereas contemplation resides ~chiefly in the intellect. 73 2, 179 | moral virtues because it resides in the same subject ~as 74 3, 16 | in ~which Divine Nature resides the power of forgiving sins 75 3, 16 | whereas in the human nature it resides instrumentally and ministerially. ~ 76 3, 60 | significative power, which resides principally in the very 77 3, 63 | intellective part, where faith resides, as stated above (A[4], 78 Suppl, 26| of granting indulgences ~resides in the Pope, because he 79 Suppl, 26| in bishops, this power resides subject to ~the Pope's ordination, 80 Suppl, 34| of the ~other sacraments resides chiefly in the matter which 81 Suppl, 34| efficacy of this sacrament resides chiefly with him ~who dispenses 82 Suppl, 37| entire fulness of power resides ~in the king, this does 83 Suppl, 37| contrary, the fulness of power ~resides in no one, but in all.~Aquin.: 84 Suppl, 37| Sovereign Pontiff in whom resides the fulness of ~authority. 85 Suppl, 40| Further, the fulness of power resides in the Roman Pontiff. But ~ 86 Suppl, 40| The power of the ministers resides in the bishop as their ~ 87 Suppl, 71| essentially and radically ~resides in the soul. It is the same


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