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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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versa

   Part, Question
1 1, 11 | absolutely bad, or vice versa; likewise what ~is absolutely " 2 1, 11 | relatively "many," and vice versa.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 3 1, 13 | includes another, and vice versa, then they are simultaneous 4 1, 13 | includes another, and not vice versa, they are not simultaneous ~ 5 1, 13 | idea of a servant and vice ~versa, these two relative terms, " 6 1, 37 | that impression, or "vice ~versa." And therefore, on account 7 1, 37 | by way of love, and "vice versa," so that by "love" is ~ 8 1, 46 | being inhabitable and "vice versa," and likewise they hold 9 1, 66 | perfect form, and "vice versa." Matter, therefore, whilst 10 1, 37 | that impression, or "vice ~versa." And therefore, on account 11 1, 37 | by way of love, and "vice versa," so that by "love" is ~ 12 1, 47 | being inhabitable and "vice versa," and likewise they hold 13 1, 67 | perfect form, and "vice versa." Matter, therefore, whilst 14 2, 5 | happiness to misery, and vice versa; ~because such like vicissitudes 15 2, 18 | to an evil end, or vice versa. However, an ~action is 16 2, 19 | which is moved, but ~vice versa. But the will moves the 17 2, 19 | universal aspect, or vice ~versa, as stated above. And therefore 18 2, 19 | universal aspect, and vice versa. And ~hence too it is, that 19 2, 20 | external action evil, or ~vice versa.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 20 2, 20 | external action, or vice versa, as stated above ~(AA[1], 21 2, 20 | goodness of the will, and vice versa; viz. ~according to the 22 2, 20 | the moral order; and vice versa, as we have stated ~above ( 23 2, 23 | contrary withdrawal, and vice versa. Therefore every ~passion 24 2, 25 | concupiscible passions, or ~vice versa?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 25 2, 26 | charity is love, ~but not vice versa. Because dilection implies, 26 2, 28 | in the beloved and vice versa. For that which is in another ~ 27 2, 28 | in ~the beloved and vice versa.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 28 2, 28 | in the beloved and vice ~versa, it follows that the beloved 29 2, 28 | in the ~lover, and vice versa.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 30 2, 28 | in its species, and vice versa.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 31 2, 31 | and delight, but not vice versa. Consequently whatever can 32 2, 31 | things seem bitter, and vice versa - or from an evil temperament; ~ 33 2, 35 | matter of pleasure, ~or vice versa, not essentially but accidentally: 34 2, 40 | caused by hope, and not vice versa. Because by the very fact ~ 35 2, 54 | in species, but not vice versa. Wherefore the ~acts and 36 2, 56 | of habits; but not vice versa. In ~another way one thing 37 2, 66 | command wisdom, but vice versa: because "the ~spiritual 38 2, 68 | none of the gifts, or vice versa. For, seeing that of ~the 39 2, 70 | called fruits, but not vice ~versa. For the fruits are any 40 2, 77 | negative proposition, or vice ~versa: but it may well happen 41 2, 81 | into the body, and vice versa, in like ~manner, say they, 42 2, 88 | becomes a man and not vice ~versa. Hence the argument does 43 2, 91 | measure of things, but vice ~versa, as stated in Metaph. x, 44 2, 100 | precepts, but rather vice versa. But among the precepts 45 2, 100 | included in a negative, or vice versa, we do not find that two 46 2, 102 | man's apparel, or ~vice versa, for two reasons. First, 47 2, 102 | attire by a woman, or ~vice versa, has an incentive to evil 48 2, 8 | in their causes, and vice versa. Hence we may speak of ~ 49 2, 19 | from despair, ~and not vice versa.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 50 2, 23 | be less effort, and vice versa. Thus the ~comparison fails.~ 51 2, 25 | is their child than vice versa. ~Thirdly, because children 52 2, 25 | benefactions, rather than vice versa."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 53 2, 42 | included in the means, and vice versa: and yet it behooved each 54 2, 56 | to hurt the man; or vice versa, a man may covet another' 55 2, 75 | to the other, and vice ~versa, as the Philosopher states ( 56 2, 76 | of it for a time, or vice versa, he may grant the use of ~ 57 2, 138 | the negative, but not vice versa. ~Therefore it is unsuitable 58 2, 167 | man's clothes, ~or vice versa; especially since this may 59 2, 184 | other vows, but not ~vice versa: for a religious, though 60 2, 187 | the counsels, but not vice versa. ~Hence the common observance 61 3, 67 | multitude, but not "vice versa." Wherefore it seems that ~ 62 3, 67 | whatever one can but not "vice versa": thus many draw a ship ~ 63 Suppl, 17| heaven is closed, and vice ~versa. Therefore whoever has the 64 Suppl, 28| is public, but not vice versa. For ~solemn penance is 65 Suppl, 43| of his spouse, or "vice versa," the betrothal must be ~ 66 Suppl, 49| husband's own, and "vice versa." Therefore, if they use 67 Suppl, 52| slave for husband, and "vice versa."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 68 Suppl, 52| correct her, and not "vice versa." Hence the wife ~cannot 69 Suppl, 55| husband and wife or "vice ~versa." Because if the cause cease 70 Suppl, 57| father of a younger, or "vice versa," since a ~youth can baptize 71 Suppl, 57| baptize an old man and "vice versa." Therefore, if by adoption ~ 72 Suppl, 62| his wife, but not "vice ~versa." Therefore neither in divorce 73 Suppl, 62| wife, rather than "vice versa." Therefore they ~should 74 Suppl, 62| divorce, but not ~"vice versa."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 75 Suppl, 64| become fruitful, and "vice versa," as the Philosopher observes ~( 76 Suppl, 64| the wife and not "vice versa," the wife is bound to follow 77 Suppl, 64| husband's body, and "vice ~versa," with regard to the act 78 Suppl, 65| of the female than "vice ~versa."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 79 Suppl, 68| legitimized rather than "vice versa"; for although a ~legitimate 80 Suppl, 71| unhappiness to happiness or "vice versa"; but they avail for the ~ 81 Suppl, 81| into affirmation, and "vice versa"; wherefore in such things ~" 82 Appen1, 2| tormented less, and "vice versa."~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1


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