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wane 1
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wanting 107
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82 subordinate
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82 versa
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81 171
81 ashamed
81 attention
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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want

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | is naturally due. For the want ~of sight is not an evil 2 1, 53 | movement is simply because of want. But the holy angels ~have 3 1, 53 | the holy angels ~have no want. Therefore the holy angels 4 1, 66 | matter, this arose, not from want of power on God's part, ~ 5 1, 66 | the privation of form; for want of a form in that which ~ 6 1, 69 | understand by formlessness the ~want of due distinction and of 7 1, 74 | adorned together, not ~from a want of power on God's part, 8 1, 49 | is naturally due. For the want ~of sight is not an evil 9 1, 54 | movement is simply because of want. But the holy angels ~have 10 1, 54 | the holy angels ~have no want. Therefore the holy angels 11 1, 67 | matter, this arose, not from want of power on God's part, ~ 12 1, 67 | the privation of form; for want of a form in that which ~ 13 1, 70 | understand by formlessness the ~want of due distinction and of 14 1, 73 | adorned together, not ~from a want of power on God's part, 15 2, 6 | cause of what follows from want of ~action is not always 16 2, 14 | Reply OBJ 3: We should not want to know whether something 17 2, 18 | give alms to a person in want. ~On the other hand, if 18 2, 36 | Aristotle ~wrote {endeian}, 'want'; St. Thomas, in the Latin 19 2, 40 | that experience causes want of hope. But the same cause 20 2, 44 | Consequently owing to the want of right judgment, every 21 2, 44 | lack of power is due to the want of ~heat, which is the instrument 22 2, 45 | of danger are bold." But want of experience is a defect. ~ 23 2, 52 | material and so had a certain ~want of definiteness, on account 24 2, 53 | says (Ethic. viii, 5) that "want of intercourse has ~dissolved 25 2, 66 | i.e. "for one who is in want" [*Aristotle, Topic. iii.]. 26 2, 81 | those who are so ~through want of exercise and through 27 2, 89 | not on account of its want of connection or likeness, 28 2, 105 | have been ruined through want of ~regulations in the matter 29 2, 108 | scrip and shoes, did you want anything? But they ~said: 30 2, 114 | 33:10): "For there is no want ~to them that fear Him," 31 2, 23 | friendship (Ethic. viii, 5) "that want of ~intercourse," i.e. the 32 2, 28 | remains ~something for him to want, and which he cannot have 33 2, 29 | and to those who are in want: hence ~the text goes on: " 34 2, 29 | account of their greater want. For it must be understood 35 2, 29 | and the ~other in greater want, it is not possible to decide, 36 2, 29 | are ~various degrees of want as well as of connection: 37 2, 30 | to one who is ~in greater want, since an almsdeed is to 38 2, 30 | to one who is in greater want, other ~things being equal, 39 2, 30 | needy is better, and is in want ~of better things, it is 40 2, 30 | much holier and in ~greater want, and to one who is more 41 2, 30 | for himself, if he be ~in want, on the same ground as when 42 2, 30 | the widow because ~"of her want, she cast in all the living 43 2, 31 | salvation ~first. What you want is, not to save others, 44 2, 33 | they begin to ~feel the want of food, and to be parched 45 2, 41 | the part of the person in want; and then ~the same applies 46 2, 75 | that defect the buyer might want him to allow a greater rebate ~ 47 2, 104 | with honor, he that is in want should be repaid with money": 48 2, 115 | if you know them to be in want."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] 49 2, 115 | have not experienced the ~want of it." Therefore it seems 50 2, 115 | not having experienced the want ~of it, if their inexperience 51 2, 115 | unfrequently, the fear of want that results from the experience 52 2, 115 | results from the experience of want ~hinders those who have 53 2, 116 | either through fear of their ~want or on account of his having 54 2, 117 | easily reduced to a state of want, since much useless spending ~ 55 2, 120 | instance, because ~they are in want, in slavery, or the like, 56 2, 182 | abstaining, but in bearing want patiently." Wherefore the 57 2, 183 | that they cease to be in want without ~becoming the richer 58 2, 183 | you know ~them to be in want; yet not so as to wish to 59 2, 185 | they be not oppressed by want." Thirdly, ~because of the 60 2, 185 | or of evading a ~life of want and toil with a view to 61 2, 185 | are without: and that you want nothing of any man's": and 62 2, 185 | and not be compelled by ~want to ask for necessaries." 63 3, 19 | of such a nature that its want would detract from Christ' 64 3, 29 | those virgins who, through want ~of caution, fall into dishonor. 65 3, 40 | affluence, nor distressed by want. Again (De ~Doctr. Christ. 66 3, 40 | this reason did He live in want. Learn ~this from the manger."~ 67 3, 41 | because He was ~overcome by want of food, but because He 68 3, 44 | blind, and this was his want of faith, as Chrysostom ~[* 69 3, 46 | be no excuse for them who want to divide the ~Church." 70 3, 55 | seem ~insufficient from the want of agreement on the part 71 3, 64 | would be invalid through want of intention.~Aquin.: SMT 72 3, 68 | irrational ~animals through want of a rational soul. Consequently 73 3, 72 | unless it be to supply the want of olive oil. Therefore 74 3, 80 | disturbance which one suffers from want of sleep or from indigestion, ~ 75 3, 83 | unless this be ~hindered by want of reverence. Hence it is 76 3, 83 | happens from the server's want of heed that ~water is not 77 3, 83 | happens, owing to the priest's want ~of care, that Christ's 78 3, 89 | Penance does not supply that want, so as to make them proceed ~ 79 Suppl, 6 | De Consol. i): "If you want the ~physician to be of 80 Suppl, 8 | man's confession through want of jurisdiction, ~anyone 81 Suppl, 27| absolutely speaking, should be in want at times and in some respect, 82 Suppl, 71| regards his being in greater want, since he cannot help ~himself


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