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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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represented

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | simple and one, can only be represented by divers things; ~consequently, 2 1, 12 | this cannot in any way be represented by any ~created likeness; 3 1, 13 | Him accordingly as He is represented in ~the perfections of creatures; 4 1, 13 | corresponds one simple principle represented by different ~perfections 5 1, 13 | them one simple reality represented by them ~in a manifold and 6 1, 17 | false as being signified or represented by ~word or thought that 7 1, 22 | incorruptible. They are represented as saying (Job 22:14): " 8 1, 23 | divine goodness ~might be represented in things. Now it is necessary 9 1, 29 | taken from those persons who represented men in comedies and ~tragedies. 10 1, 29 | For as famous men were represented in ~comedies and tragedies, 11 1, 47 | communicated to creatures, and ~be represented by them; and because His 12 1, 47 | could not be adequately ~represented by one creature alone, He 13 1, 47 | and, therefore, it can be represented by many things. ~Still, 14 1, 51 | mover, but as its mover represented by the assumed ~movable 15 1, 63 | instantaneous ~movements are represented by corporeal movements which 16 1, 68 | whereby the evil spirit is represented as ~seeking to make himself 17 1, 74 | called seven, are one day ~represented in a sevenfold aspect (Gen. 18 1, 48 | communicated to creatures, and ~be represented by them; and because His 19 1, 48 | could not be adequately ~represented by one creature alone, He 20 1, 48 | and, therefore, it can be represented by many things. ~Still, 21 1, 52 | mover, but as its mover represented by the assumed ~movable 22 1, 64 | instantaneous ~movements are represented by corporeal movements which 23 1, 69 | whereby the evil spirit is represented as ~seeking to make himself 24 1, 73 | called seven, are one day ~represented in a sevenfold aspect (Gen. 25 1, 84 | from the ~particular things represented by the phantasms. Therefore, 26 1, 84 | individual matter which is represented by the phantasms. ~Therefore 27 1, 84 | its individual qualities ~represented by the phantasms. If, therefore, 28 1, 85 | indirectly the singular represented by the phantasm. And thus 29 1, 85 | But ~the infinite is not represented by one species, for if it 30 1, 92 | the image of God in man ~represented God in a perfect manner. 31 1, 92 | Father alone is not suitably ~represented. Lastly the intention of 32 1, 92 | Son is ~not thus properly represented.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 33 1, 102 | or acquired or even as ~represented, as if we were to say that 34 1, 102 | something ~possessed and represented; for each thing tends to 35 1, 102 | Divine government. These are represented as saying, "God ~hath abandoned 36 2, 35 | for those who are there ~represented.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 37 2, 80 | outwardly to the senses, or are represented to the ~imagination: because " 38 2, 102 | so far as the sacrifice represented the directing of the mind ~ 39 2, 102 | sacrificing of these animals represented purity of ~heart. Because 40 2, 102 | betokened by the ark, which ~represented, by means of the three things 41 2, 102 | these three things ~were represented in Isaias' vision. For he " 42 2, 102 | enclosed in the ark; and they ~represented the same things as the latter, 43 2, 102 | by its horns, ~which they represented by the horns which they 44 2, 10 | faith, and that our faith is represented in a figure, so to speak. 45 2, 38 | the Passion of Christ is represented sacramentally, ~according 46 2, 62 | of the altar, whereon is ~represented the Passion of Christ slain " 47 2, 80 | the Scriptures, charity is represented by fire, while ~devotion 48 2, 83 | sanctification ought not to be represented as typified in him. ~Isaac 49 2, 83 | no need that he should be represented as offering a sacrifice.~ 50 2, 83 | order ~that something may be represented. Now the sacrifice that 51 2, 86 | similitude, however, He is represented as saying (Ps. 21:26): " 52 2, 92 | it ~given to a creature represented by some sensible form or 53 2, 92 | images, but to ~the creatures represented thereby. The Apostle alludes 54 2, 92 | theology" which was wont to be represented on the ~stage according 55 2, 101 | moved towards the thing ~represented by the image. Now by dulia 56 2, 101 | is referred to the thing ~represented by the image: yet not every 57 2, 165 | account of things he sees represented. ~Hence Chrysostom says [* 58 2, 171 | judgment ~of the things represented. Now things are represented 59 2, 171 | represented. Now things are represented to the human mind ~under 60 2, 171 | of nature, they ~must be represented first to the senses, secondly 61 2, 171 | certain ~things are divinely represented to any man by means of imaginary ~ 62 2, 173 | only all ~bodies, which are represented by phantasms, but also all 63 2, 186 | 10:1), "the apostles are represented by ~the bishops, the seventy-two 64 2, 186 | seventy-two disciples are represented not only by the ~parish 65 3, 37 | plaintiveness ~of their song, represented the mourning of the saints 66 3, 66 | s burial is more clearly represented by immersion: ~wherefore 67 3, 66 | ways of baptizing it is represented after a ~fashion, albeit 68 3, 66 | since the Trinity can be represented in the three ~immersions, 69 3, 66 | s death is sufficiently represented in the one ~immersion. And 70 3, 66 | that these also should be represented by some outward ~signs.~ 71 3, 79 | considered on the part of what is represented by this ~sacrament, which 72 3, 79 | it, as also His Passion ~represented by it; and that through 73 3, 79 | sacrament Christ's Passion is represented, whereby ~Christ "offered 74 3, 80 | as to Christ's Passion represented therein; and therefore it 75 3, 80 | therefore in this respect it is represented by ~the manna which was 76 3, 80 | 3: Our Lord's Passion is represented in the very consecration ~ 77 3, 83 | Christ's Passion, which is represented in this sacrament; or again, ~ 78 3, 83 | prayer upon the cross is represented; one ~for His persecutors 79 3, 83 | sixth to the ninth hour, are represented; in signification of ~which 80 3, 83 | resurrection on the third day is represented by the three ~crosses made 81 3, 83 | Passion itself, which is represented in this sacrament, and according 82 Suppl, 42| so through Christ having represented it by His ~Passion, and 83 Suppl, 89| image it is led to the thing represented by the image. In this way,


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