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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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instruments

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | designed resides in the instruments of the ~art designing, according 2 1, 45 | be any need ~of certain instruments for certain actions. Thus 3 1, 51 | nostrils, and the other instruments of the senses, ~would be 4 1, 75 | be applied to the other instruments of the soul: but it is the ~" 5 1, 76 | principal agent, and two ~instruments, we can say that there is 6 1, 76 | intellect makes use as ~instruments, in no way is it possible 7 1, 76 | man can make for himself instruments of an infinite variety, ~ 8 1, 43 | designed resides in the instruments of the ~art designing, according 9 1, 46 | be any need ~of certain instruments for certain actions. Thus 10 1, 52 | nostrils, and the other instruments of the senses, ~would be 11 1, 74 | be applied to the other instruments of the soul: but it is the ~" 12 1, 75 | principal agent, and two ~instruments, we can say that there is 13 1, 75 | intellect makes use as ~instruments, in no way is it possible 14 1, 75 | man can make for himself instruments of an infinite variety, ~ 15 1, 90 | the sake of the form, and instruments are ~for the action of the 16 1, 90 | itself an infinite number of instruments.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 17 1, 98 | that the nerves which are instruments of movement, should not ~ 18 1, 109 | appears that bodies are as instruments ~to the angels, for an instrument 19 1, 113 | are said to tempt as the instruments or matter ~of temptations; 20 1, 114 | virtue thereof as ~their instruments. But those spiritual substances 21 1, 116 | and by furnishing ~it with instruments and assistance, of which 22 2, 2 | matter for its form, and the ~instruments for the man that puts them 23 2, 4 | as ~movement. Hence the instruments of movement are no longer 24 2, 4 | happiness, but by serving as instruments to happiness, which consists 25 2, 7 | it, "by what aids" or ~"instruments" he did it, "what" he did, " 26 2, 16 | applies them to act, as the ~instruments are compared to the principal 27 2, 18 | having all the powers and instruments of knowledge and movement: ~ 28 2, 18 | uses the ~limbs to act as instruments; nor have external actions 29 2, 44 | by the bodily members as instruments. Now action may be ~hindered 30 2, 44 | On the part of the bodily instruments, fear, considered in itself, ~ 31 2, 83 | the will to sin, are the instruments of sin. But that further ~ 32 2, 101 | 38:21): "These are the instruments of the ~tabernacle of the 33 2, 101 | the worshippers, and the instruments of worship. The ~worship 34 2, 101 | up in honor ~of God. The instruments of worship refer to the " 35 2, 24 | Present . . . your members as instruments of ~justice unto God." Consequently, 36 2, 81 | are of service to us as instruments in performing ~acts of virtue, 37 2, 89 | was praised with musical instruments ~and human song, according 38 2, 89 | not make use of musical ~instruments such as harps and psalteries, 39 2, 89 | For such like musical instruments move the soul to ~pleasure 40 2, 89 | it. In the Old ~Testament instruments of this description were 41 2, 89 | needed to be aroused by ~such instruments as also by earthly promises - 42 2, 89 | because these material ~instruments were figures of something 43 2, 127 | fortune are useful organs or instruments of ~virtuous deeds: since 44 2, 132 | fortune are requisite as instruments to the ~external acts of 45 2, 139 | but are ~subject to it as instruments which reason employs in 46 2, 143 | are intended to be the ~instruments of virtuous deeds, as stated 47 2, 154 | accomplished ~without bodily instruments, namely to the acts of the 48 2, 184 | influence, as it were by instruments." On the other hand, it 49 3, 7 | separated and not united instruments, receive power in a particular ~ 50 3, 8 | the body are presented as instruments of justice" in the soul ~ 51 3, 19 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, instruments ought to be proportioned 52 3, 62 | instrumentally in all the instruments that are ordained unto the ~ 53 3, 64 | in regard to ~extrinsic instruments, which are the ministers 54 3, 64 | while He ~employs them as instruments. Consequently, those who 55 3, 64 | wicked men as ~lifeless instruments, and by good men as living 56 3, 64 | and by good men as living instruments.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 57 3, 65 | principal agent uses various instruments unto ~various effects, in 58 3, 65 | sacraments as through various instruments.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 59 3, 71 | operation, so much ~the mightier instruments does the principal agent 60 3, 78 | can pass on to ~inanimate instruments. But in this sacrament the 61 3, 79 | Vulg.: 'your'] members" as "instruments of justice ~unto God" (Rm. 62 3, 82 | instrumental power lies in several instruments through which the ~chief 63 3, 84 | in this sacrament work as instruments of the Divine power, as ~ 64 Suppl, 29| because they only act as ~instruments, and the unity of a smith' 65 Suppl, 29| is superfluous, because instruments ~also receive their efficacy 66 Suppl, 32| bodily organs which are the instruments of sin, are the ~feet, hands, 67 Suppl, 36| but as ministers, and as instruments, so to say, ~of the outpouring 68 Suppl, 72| virtue. This appears in instruments: for ~the action of an instrument 69 Suppl, 77| be shown in their bodily instruments, even though they never 70 Suppl, 77| of the body as art to its instruments: ~wherefore an animated 71 Suppl, 77| Now art employs ~certain instruments for the accomplishment of 72 Suppl, 77| work intended, and ~these instruments belong to the primary intention 73 Suppl, 77| and it also ~uses other instruments for the safe-keeping of 74 Suppl, 77| safe-keeping of the principal instruments, ~and these belong to the 75 Suppl, 78| and ~in like manner the instruments which serve the nutritive 76 Suppl, 79| elemental qualities are the instruments of the soul, as ~stated 77 Suppl, 81| gives different animals instruments of different ~disposition 78 Suppl, 81| hence she does not give ~instruments of the same disposition 79 Suppl, 81| gives to fleeter animals instruments of a ~different disposition 80 Suppl, 88| who would make very great ~instruments for the making of a small 81 Suppl, 93| but our actions ~are the instruments, so to speak, whereby we 82 Suppl, 94| even as art uses definite instruments, so that it cannot pass 83 Suppl, 94| as regards the ~principal instruments of sin: for as much as man


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