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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | something." ~Therefore, strictly speaking, primary matter 2 1, 12 | in one sense it is taken ~strictly and properly, according 3 1, 13 | they do not properly and strictly apply to ~God; for their 4 1, 18 | names are sometimes taken ~strictly to denote the essence itself, 5 1, 18 | but sometimes, and less strictly, to denote the ~properties 6 1, 19 | second about what belongs strictly to ~His will; the third 7 1, 20 | beatific life that He lives. ~Strictly speaking, therefore, God 8 1, 22 | 10), "Prudence ~is what, strictly speaking, commands all that ' 9 1, 24 | 23], A[1]). ~Wherefore, strictly speaking, the book of life 10 1, 27 | is called begotten; but, strictly speaking, only what ~proceeds 11 1, 29 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Strictly speaking, the essence is 12 1, 29 | belongs to person more ~strictly than the very word "person" 13 1, 34 | Para. 3/3~Now word is taken strictly in God, as signifying the 14 1, 34 | according as we use the term strictly of God, ~signifies something 15 1, 34 | according as we use the term strictly of God, is to be taken as 16 1, 39 | to the Son properly and strictly, according to the text, " 17 1, 39 | The preposition "in" ~strictly denotes the habitude of 18 1, 45 | thing is color," although, strictly speaking, the thing ~colored 19 1, 68 | the first opinion, it may, strictly speaking, be granted ~that 20 1, 73 | But although ~movement, strictly speaking, is a quality of 21 1, 75 | heat by its heat; for heat, strictly speaking, does not give 22 1, 39 | to the Son properly and strictly, according to the text, " 23 1, 39 | The preposition "in" ~strictly denotes the habitude of 24 1, 46 | thing is color," although, strictly speaking, the thing ~colored 25 1, 69 | the first opinion, it may, strictly speaking, be granted ~that 26 1, 72 | But although ~movement, strictly speaking, is a quality of 27 1, 74 | heat by its heat; for heat, strictly speaking, does not give 28 1, 78 | or sad. ~Secondly, less strictly, a thing is said to be passive, 29 1, 114 | causal virtues," but not, strictly speaking, "seminal virtues," ~ 30 2, 18 | may commit ~adultery, is strictly speaking, more adulterer 31 2, 2 | Secondly, "to think" is ~more strictly taken for that consideration 32 2, 6 | which is the cause of faith strictly so called: and this is God, 33 2, 19 | partaken of by us. ~Wherefore strictly speaking it is more grievous 34 2, 22 | perfect good. Accordingly no strictly true virtue is possible ~ 35 2, 22 | just as there can be no strictly true science, ~if a right 36 2, 22 | lacking, so, ~there can be no strictly true justice, or chastity, 37 2, 25 | 26] A[10] Body Para. 2/2~Strictly speaking, however, the father 38 2, 25 | principle. Consequently, strictly speaking, the father is 39 2, 45 | Philosopher is to be understood strictly, ~namely, that prudence 40 2, 55 | himself his due, this is not strictly called "just." And since 41 2, 56 | virtue of the good man is not strictly the same as the virtue of 42 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 4: Every virtue strictly speaking directs its act 43 2, 56 | that virtue considered ~strictly, for it needs some higher 44 2, 57 | conclude that properly and strictly speaking no man can do an 45 2, 62 | Hence chance happenings, ~strictly speaking, are neither intended 46 2, 64 | or his ~wife), it is not strictly speaking a case of theft. 47 2, 69 | him, ~one is not bound so strictly to help the one in need 48 2, 71 | This is not backbiting strictly and formally speaking, ~ 49 2, 74 | may be called cursing, not strictly speaking, but ~accidentally, 50 2, 74 | Apostle forbids cursing strictly so called with an evil ~ 51 2, 75 | Although a man is not bound strictly speaking to tell ~everyone 52 2, 76 | advantages, if all sins were strictly forbidden and punishments ~ 53 2, 77 | but sometimes it is taken strictly for the omission of ~something 54 2, 77 | precepts: wherefore both, strictly ~speaking, have the character 55 2, 85 | of the New Law are ~more strictly forbidden to occupy themselves 56 2, 86 | although the ~"witnessing" may strictly refer to the inward protestation.~ 57 2, 100 | and to whom we are more strictly bound.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 58 2, 131 | neighbor in preaching be judged strictly, ~without doubt their guilt 59 2, 132 | and in a broad sense. Strictly "facere" means to work something 60 2, 132 | but not if it be taken strictly, for this is proper to magnificence. ~ 61 2, 139 | that spiritual pleasures, strictly speaking, are in ~accordance 62 2, 142 | in a ~broad sense. Taken strictly virtue is a perfection, 63 2, 152 | should such a copulation be strictly ~called fornication, though 64 2, 160 | appetite, even as anger, strictly speaking, is a passion of ~ 65 2, 160 | is the irascible not only strictly so called, as a part ~of 66 2, 165 | the knowledge of truth, strictly speaking, is ~good, but 67 2, 170 | must say that ~prophecy strictly so called cannot be from 68 2, 184 | Philosopher says (Ethic. iv, 3), strictly and truly ~speaking honor 69 2, 187 | religious begin to live less ~strictly, it is commendable for one 70 3, 13 | Mt. 9:30, 31) that Jesus ~strictly charged them whose eyes 71 3, 19 | operations, which are not strictly human, as was said above. 72 3, 19 | nutritive parts are not ~strictly human, as stated above; 73 3, 21 | De Anima iii, 7; first, ~strictly, according as it implies 74 3, 76 | it is clear that Christ, strictly speaking is immovably in 75 3, 82 | dist. 2): "It must be strictly observed ~that as often 76 Suppl, 8 | great a punishment is not strictly due. ~Hence he is punished 77 Suppl, 25| gains an indulgence is not, strictly speaking, ~absolved from 78 Suppl, 26| people are not ~prelates strictly speaking, but assistants, 79 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Strictly speaking, a thing is one 80 Suppl, 29| in its use. Consequently, strictly speaking, that ~which is 81 Suppl, 33| state of sickness, although ~strictly speaking, it is not another 82 Suppl, 71| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although, strictly speaking, after death souls 83 Suppl, 71| final ~award. Wherefore, strictly speaking, their way is hedged 84 Suppl, 72| is not ~simply. Because, strictly speaking, a thing is more 85 Suppl, 72| Therefore the resurrection, strictly speaking, is ~miraculous


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