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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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weak

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | made ~up of things that are weak; nor is He Who is light, 2 1, 12 | says (De Trin. i): "The weak eye ~of the human mind is 3 1, 23 | helped thus ~belongs to the weak; but this cannot be said 4 1, 50 | intelligences, surpassing the weak and limited reckoning of 5 1, 77 | weakened ~when the body becomes weak; because, as the Philosopher 6 1, 77 | weakened when the body ~becomes weak, because the soul remains 7 1, 51 | intelligences, surpassing the ~weak and limited reckoning of 8 1, 76 | weakened ~when the body becomes weak; because, as the Philosopher 9 1, 76 | weakened when the body ~becomes weak, because the soul remains 10 1, 95 | defect of nature, are born ~weak and deficient, others strong 11 1, 112 | degree; forasmuch as he is weak in affection ~towards good 12 1, 113 | not a fair fight, for the weak to be set against ~the strong, 13 1, 113 | the astute. But men are weak and ~ignorant, whereas the 14 2, 13 | 12:10): "For when I am weak, then am I powerful." ~But 15 2, 21 | Nom. iv) that evil is "weak and ~incapable." But weakness 16 2, 44 | the trembling [Vulg.: ~'weak'] knees."~Aquin.: SMT FS 17 2, 47 | this is why men who are weak, or subject to some other 18 2, 66 | beings, though it be based on weak and probable reasoning"; 19 2, 68 | and fortitude is very weak if it be ~not supported 20 2, 75 | efficient ~cause, but is weak and powerless," as Dionysius 21 2, 77 | overcome by a passion, which is weak and soon ~passes away.~Aquin.: 22 2, 77 | man does not seem to be weak in respect of things which ~ 23 2, 77 | man's body is said to be ~weak, when it is disabled or 24 2, 77 | Hence a member is said to be weak, when it cannot do the work 25 2, 77 | the body: for he that is weak in body may have a ~will 26 2, 85 | on me, O Lord, for I am weak." Now ~weakness deprives 27 2, 98 | were evil, but as being weak and useless for this time; 28 2, 98 | could not do in that it was ~weak through the flesh, God sent [ 29 2, 101 | which conduces to an end ~is weak and imperfect, it needs 30 2, 101 | ceremonies of the Old Law were weak and imperfect, both for 31 2, 103 | he calls them (Gal. 4:9) "weak and needy ~elements": weak 32 2, 103 | weak and needy ~elements": weak indeed, because they cannot 33 2, 2 | firm assent, since it is weak and infirm, as the ~Philosopher 34 2, 8 | ahead, and man's will is weak ~and slow to follow." But 35 2, 10 | people and those who ~are weak in the faith, whose perversion 36 2, 14 | gluttony, which ~makes a man weak in regard to the same intelligible 37 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The weak should avoid associating 38 2, 30 | bear the infirmities of the weak," and not only as regards 39 2, 30 | because he fears for the weak, and he admonishes them 40 2, 31 | to forbearance with the ~weak, on the contrary it results 41 2, 31 | the faith, others who are weak and ~need to be instructed 42 2, 31 | ourselves that we are all weak, in ~order that our reproof 43 2, 31 | on me, O Lord, for I am weak." ~Now he that has charge 44 2, 41 | 12): "When you wound the weak ~conscience of the brethren [* 45 2, 41 | brethren and wound their weak conscience'], you sin against 46 2, 64 | theft: ~whereas only the weak can be injured by robbery, 47 2, 65 | forward, and ~discover its weak points. If, however, he 48 2, 92 | How turn you again to ~the weak and needy elements?" says: " 49 2, 136 | yielding as it were to a weak motion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 50 2, 147 | or scandalized, or made weak." Now it is sinful to forsake 51 2, 154 | regards the body, has a weak temperament, the result 52 2, 154 | woman?" And since small and weak things "are ~accounted as 53 2, 156 | be altogether lacking or weak. Consequently lack of the 54 2, 176 | most baneful error the ~weak be deceived into thinking 55 2, 178 | because we ~need to grow weak in the love of the world 56 2, 184 | give: but he feared for the weak, whom he ~admonished so 57 2, 185 | avoid giving scandal to the weak, as appears from 1 Cor. 58 2, 185 | and give scandal to the weak: and show men that you ~ 59 2, 185 | by others, it is not the weak who are scandalized, but 60 2, 185 | profit be lacking, the weak might possibly be scandalized 61 2, 186 | barbarians, or protects the weak at home, or his friends 62 3, 5 | of God to have raised a ~weak and earthly body to such 63 3, 18 | willing, but ~the flesh weak,' He denotes two wills - 64 3, 35 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~"But the weak things of the world hath 65 3, 36 | might not boast, nor the weak ~despair." Nevertheless, 66 3, 40 | meritorious where ~the nature is weak. But why should our Lord, 67 3, 61 | sacraments of the Old Law "weak and ~needy elements" (Gal. 68 3, 62 | Turn you again to the weak ~and needy elements?" i.e. " 69 3, 62 | gloss, "which is called ~weak, because it does not justify 70 3, 74 | sacrament is for both hale and weak. But to some ~weak persons 71 3, 74 | hale and weak. But to some ~weak persons wine is hurtful. 72 3, 74 | especially if the ~wine be weak, because the sacrament could 73 3, 80 | comes ~to him, he be so weak as to be unable to speak, 74 3, 86 | sometimes induces at once a weak disposition, such ~as is 75 3, 89 | is not corrupted by the weak. Now works of ~charity are 76 Suppl, 8 | man of evil influence, or weak and prone to the very sin ~ 77 Suppl, 8 | another, because many are so weak that they would rather die 78 Suppl, 14| fasting leaves the body weak, and almsdeeds result in 79 Suppl, 30| punishment more easily than a ~weak man. Hence it does not follow 80 Suppl, 40| crozier), to uphold the weak ~(this is denoted by the 81 Suppl, 40| spur on~The wayward, the weak, and the laggard."~The " 82 Suppl, 56| say that catechism is a weak impediment, since it ~hinders 83 Suppl, 58| because ~it happens to be so weak as to pass away quickly, 84 Suppl, 88| men and demons who though weak by reason of ~sin are nevertheless


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