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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | far as they signify what ~relates to eternal glory, there 2 1, 4 | that, As the Philosopher relates (Metaph. xii), some ancient ~ 3 1, 5 | for goodness properly relates to the appetite (goodness 4 1, 5 | the other hand, beauty ~relates to the cognitive faculty; 5 1, 5 | assimilation, and similarity relates ~to form, beauty properly 6 1, 5 | good will. Now the will relates to the end as to its proper ~ 7 1, 13 | relatively because knowledge relates to ~it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 13 | of operation so far as ~relates to the source of its meaning. 9 1, 14 | inasmuch as the same knowledge relates ~to opposites), it would 10 1, 22 | Having considered all that relates to the will absolutely, 11 1, 24 | the art of warfare, or ~relates the deeds of soldiers.~Aquin.: 12 1, 32 | all ~things, as Macrobius relates (Som. Scip. iv). They did 13 1, 34 | being uttered, as ~Hilary relates (De Trin. vi); but on account 14 1, 66 | composed of fire, as Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei viii, ~11). 15 1, 67 | composed of fire, as Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei viii, ~11). 16 1, 83 | torrent," as the Philosopher relates (Metaph. iv, Did. iii, 5).~ 17 1, 83 | substances, ~as Dionysius relates (Div. Nom. xi); therefore 18 1, 83 | and sense, as ~Aristotle relates (De Anima iii, 3). Consequently, 19 1, 89 | and reason," as Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei vii, 6 [*The 20 1, 94 | such as temperance, which relates ~not only to sorrow, but 21 1, 94 | joy; and fortitude, which relates not ~only to fear, but also 22 1, 114 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei x, 11) relates as having been held by Porphyry, 23 1, 115 | Providence, as Augustine relates of Tully (De Civ. Dei v, 24 2, 11 | OBJ 2: Further, to enjoy relates to the last end. But irrational 25 2, 25 | something ~present: so that joy relates to present good, sadness 26 2, 25 | to present good, sadness relates to present ~evil; hope regards 27 2, 28 | for as ~the Philosopher relates (Polit. ii, 1), "Aristophanes 28 2, 52 | and forms, as Simplicius ~relates in his Commentary on the 29 2, 59 | this point, as ~Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei ix, 4). For 30 2, 67 | the angels ~[*"Whatever relates to moral action is petty, 31 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Luke relates Our Lord's sermon as addressed 32 2, 94 | Germans, as Julius Caesar relates ~(De Bello Gall. vi).~Aquin.: 33 2, 104 | but also with whatever relates to the ~fitness of those 34 2, 10 | destroyed, as Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei xviii, ~54). 35 2, 52 | OBJ 3: Further, imprudence relates to some act of reason. But 36 2, 75 | not sinful. Now Augustine relates that the saying of a certain 37 2, 80 | safety of his army, as Livy relates ~of the two Decii (Decad. 38 2, 88 | appeal made to God, and ~this relates to those who work miracles 39 2, 88 | way of compulsion, which relates to the devil, who uses the 40 2, 89 | Church of ~Milan, a Augustine relates (Confess. ix).~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 90 | superstition is opposed, relates to those things whereby 42 2, 92 | asserted, and Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei vii, 5). Lastly, 43 2, 92 | divine worship, as Augustine relates (De ~Civ . . Dei xviii, 44 2, 117 | opposed to liberality, relates to certain passions whereby 45 2, 123 | or shame. Thus Augustine ~relates (De Civ. Dei i) that Cato, 46 2, 152 | reply that ~"lasciviousness" relates to certain acts circumstantial 47 2, 152 | ancients, as Valerius Maximus relates [*Dict. Fact. Memor. ii, 48 2, 181 | foremost is that ~which relates to sacred and Divine things."~ 49 2, 182 | life, as stated (A[1]), ~relates to charity, which comprises 50 2, 186 | Gregory (Dial. iii, 14) relates of a very holy man named ~ 51 2, 186 | example of Christ, Who as Luke relates (6:12), "went out into a ~ 52 3, 5 | the Gospel ~story, which relates how He marveled (as is plain 53 3, 31 | Godhead. Whereas Matthew relates the generation of Christ 54 3, 35 | at his command as Luke relates (2:1). ~Therefore it seems 55 3, 36 | Reply OBJ 4: Chrysostom relates (Hom. ii in Matth.) that, 56 3, 37 | authority of Scripture which relates this as ~having taken place ( 57 3, 44 | He ~refused, as Matthew relates (12,16). Therefore it seems 58 3, 44 | of the ~name of Phlegon "relates in his chronicles that this 59 3, 46 | now to consider all that relates to Christ's ~leaving the 60 3, 46 | be ~crucified," as John relates. For it "was not quite the 61 3, 50 | Christ died. For as Matthew relates (27:46), when our Lord was 62 3, 51 | for the burial, as Mark relates ~(Mk. 14:28). Consequently, 63 3, 55 | lxxvi], "for, the first act relates to figure, the other to 64 3, 55 | be seen standing, as Luke relates."~ 65 3, 66 | cf. De Haeres. lxix) ~relates of the Donatists. Wherefore, 66 3, 67 | His ~disciples, as John relates (4:2). Nor does it follow 67 3, 68 | imbeciles: thus Augustine relates of his friend ~that "he 68 3, 78 | narration: ~for the priest relates that Christ said: "This 69 3, 83 | risen"; though, as ~John relates (Jn. 20:1), "while it was 70 3, 84 | heretics who, as Augustine relates ~in De Poenitentia [*De 71 Suppl, 15| 1~Reply OBJ 5: Whatever relates to affliction of the body 72 Suppl, 41| man to marry, as Jerome relates (Contra Jovin. i).~Aquin.: 73 Suppl, 69| Gregory (Dial. iv), ~where he relates many cases of the dead having 74 Suppl, 69| in the book quoted above, relates of the martyr Felix who ~ 75 Suppl, 71| read, ~and the Damascene relates in his sermon [*De his qui 76 Suppl, 71| Damascene in the same sermon relates that Gregory, ~while praying 77 Suppl, 74| these words, as Augustine relates (De Civ. ~Dei xx, 7), certain 78 Suppl, 76| as ~the wind, as Gregory relates of a certain Bishop of Constantinople, 79 Suppl, 80| of ~Constantinople, as he relates (Moral. xiv, 56).~Aquin.: 80 Suppl, 80| certain heretics, as Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei xiii, 22), ~ 81 Suppl, 80| or ~the wind, as Gregory relates (Moral. xiv, 56). But this 82 Suppl, 94| of Jupiter as Aristotle relates (De Coelo et ~Mundo ii). 83 Suppl, 96| Although the punishment relates to the soul accidentally, ~ 84 Suppl, 96| the soul accidentally, ~it relates essentially to the soul 85 Appen2, 1| they sinned." ~And Gregory relates (Dial. iv, 40) that Germanus,


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