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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | things of ~which human reason brings its own experience." Therefore 2 1, 32 | endeavor to prove the faith brings forward reasons which are 3 1, 39 | third consideration, which brings before us the ~adequate 4 1, 40 | does not ~presuppose, but brings about distinction. For when 5 1, 45 | necessary to say that God brings things into being from nothing.~ 6 1, 45 | belong both government, which brings things to their proper end, ~ 7 1, 46 | Empedocles and Plato, and brings forward reasons to ~refute 8 1, 46 | movement. Hence ~Aristotle brings forward this reason (Phys. 9 1, 48 | especially in his logical works, brings forward examples that ~in 10 1, 39 | third consideration, which brings before us the ~adequate 11 1, 40 | does not ~presuppose, but brings about distinction. For when 12 1, 46 | necessary to say that God brings things into being from nothing.~ 13 1, 46 | belong both government, which brings things to their proper end, ~ 14 1, 47 | Empedocles and Plato, and brings forward reasons to ~refute 15 1, 47 | movement. Hence ~Aristotle brings forward this reason (Phys. 16 1, 49 | especially in his logical works, brings forward examples that ~in 17 1, 103 | an odd ~number. Now form brings being with itself, because 18 1, 108 | perfection and that which ~brings them nearest to God belongs 19 1, 114 | father of men and of gods brings on" (Odyssey xviii ~135). 20 1, 116 | above, the teacher only brings exterior help as ~the physician 21 2, 5 | good" ~(Ethic. i, 7) it brings rest to man's desire. But 22 2, 32 | pleasure, ~inasmuch as it brings to mind that which is loved, 23 2, 32 | very increase of ~desire brings with it an increase of pleasure, 24 2, 37 | according to God, because it brings with it the hope of the 25 2, 38 | as all repose of the body brings relief to any kind of ~weariness, 26 2, 38 | cause; so every pleasure brings ~relief by assuaging any 27 2, 59 | similar arguments which Tully brings forward ~in De Tusc. Quaest. 28 2, 89 | love. therefore, venial sin brings a stain on the soul. ~Aquin.: 29 2, 91 | Consequently the law that brings ~all to salvation could 30 2, 96 | authority, the ~mere necessity brings with it a dispensation, 31 2, 98 | disposition to the end, and which brings to the end; and when I say ~" 32 2, 108 | to which end the New Law ~brings us forthwith: but that the 33 2, 109 | reason, even as He sometimes ~brings about miraculously what 34 2, 111 | anything in us it assuredly brings ~about justification. But 35 2, 113 | preserved by the same cause as brings it into ~being, for Augustine 36 2, 2 | mission of the Divine ~Persons brings us to heavenly happiness.~ 37 2, 9 | cause of joy. Now ~knowledge brings good to light rather than 38 2, 13 | long as Our Lord's patience brings him back to ~repentance." 39 2, 22 | infinite power, since it brings the human soul to ~the infinite 40 2, 23 | increase, ~and afterwards brings into effect that to which 41 2, 31 | as himself. Now no man ~brings in witnesses to prove his 42 2, 35 | things thrive, so discord brings the ~greatest things to 43 2, 35 | things thrive, while ~discord brings the greatest to ruin, is 44 2, 37 | Indeed this very separation brings them ~back somewhat, because 45 2, 38 | withstand not only the wolf who brings ~spiritual death upon the 46 2, 41 | spiritual good, since any ~sin brings spiritual harm to the sinner. 47 2, 47 | ii): "Sometimes a place brings ~memories back to us: the 48 2, 56 | man does what he ought, he brings no gain to the ~person to 49 2, 60 | 3~I answer that, Whoever brings a loss upon another person, 50 2, 72 | good name, wherefore he brings forward those evils especially 51 2, 75 | the loss which the ~sale brings on the seller. And thus 52 2, 87 | writing, because thought ~brings caution and avoids hasty 53 2, 93 | the sun or ~the heavens, "brings on" [*Odyssey xviii, 135].~ 54 2, 116 | Chrysostom], "Lust for money brings darkness on the soul." Therefore ~ 55 2, 116 | riches, properly speaking, brings darkness on the ~soul, when 56 2, 132 | whole state: as when he brings to effect what ~the whole 57 2, 158 | 157], A[3]), temperance ~brings moderation into those things 58 2, 160 | part of aversion, ~since it brings greatness upon other sins. 59 3, 1 | are different (for what brings others to ~perfection must 60 3, 8 | of union, inasmuch as it brings about a ~fitness for the 61 3, 8 | the ~devil, as it were, brings his wickedness to a head, 62 3, 28 | above) we read: "Whosoever ~brings forth mere flesh, ceases 63 3, 31 | the genealogy of Christ, brings it down to ~Joseph. But 64 3, 39 | understand that baptism brings forth perfect men, according 65 3, 45 | To which glory He brings those who follow ~the footsteps 66 3, 45 | one of the prophets, He brings ~the leaders of the prophets 67 3, 45 | frailty by Christ when He brings them into glory. And this 68 3, 46 | a moving cause then it brings about the necessity of compulsion; 69 3, 48 | of God." But God's power brings ~about our salvation efficiently. 70 3, 69 | Baptism ~is that by which man brings forth good works; not that 71 3, 71 | Divine wisdom and ~power brings salvation to the catechumen, 72 3, 73 | this sacrament is that it brings ~us into the kingdom of 73 3, 76 | a body which is visible brings about an ~alteration in 74 3, 80 | 5: To dream of homicide brings no bodily uncleanness, nor 75 3, 86 | Consequently such Penance brings no hope of ~pardon, but 76 3, 88 | which follows repentance brings back, in a sense, ~the debt 77 Suppl, 12| friendship, so satisfaction brings back directly ~equality 78 Suppl, 27| 1~On the contrary, Good brings harm to no man. But the 79 Suppl, 32| not every sickness that brings man to the extremity of 80 Suppl, 41| Matthew: "Although marriage brings ~no punishment to those 81 Suppl, 52| a greater ~perfection it brings it to a lesser; thus when 82 Suppl, 71| the ~outlay on the burial brings either assistance to the 83 Suppl, 74| because the higher power brings the ~lower to perfection.~ 84 Suppl, 95| of certain things known ~brings us joy, in some respect, 85 Suppl, 96| sacrament is ~concerned, it brings us to eternal life, although


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