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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | 2], A[3]), and Aristotle agrees with ~this. Hence from the 2 1, 7 | totality of magnitude; yet it agrees with the ~totality of time 3 1, 14 | existing in it; and this agrees with what he said ~previously, 4 1, 14 | as the thing made by art agrees with the art. Granted, ~ 5 1, 19 | happening in many ways, agrees in ~being out of harmony 6 1, 21 | wicked, it is just, since it agrees with ~their deserts; and 7 1, 25 | univocal agent. For nothing agrees with Him either in species 8 1, 35 | by the fact that the Son agrees with the Father, not ~in 9 1, 35 | whereas the Holy ~Ghost agrees neither with the Son, nor 10 1, 36 | the procession of each one agrees with this ~conclusion. For 11 1, 36 | as many assert; and this agrees ~also with what Hilary says ( 12 1, 39 | Although this name "God" agrees with singular terms as ~ 13 1, 39 | multiplied; nevertheless it agrees ~also with general terms 14 1, 39 | several "supposita," it agrees ~in a certain degree with 15 1, 39 | Body Para. 4/10~The second agrees with the Son's property, 16 1, 39 | Body Para. 5/10~The third agrees with the property of the 17 1, 39 | the Son enjoy each other, agrees ~with the property of the 18 1, 45 | distinguished; whereby it agrees." For a thing exists by 19 1, 45 | distinct by its form, and agrees by its order. Other similar ~ 20 1, 51 | function of a ~living creature, agrees with other sounds of inanimate 21 1, 51 | it is sound; and walking agrees with other movements, in 22 1, 66 | appears that Augustine ~agrees with them in some respects, 23 1, 39 | Although this name "God" agrees with singular terms as ~ 24 1, 39 | multiplied; nevertheless it agrees ~also with general terms 25 1, 39 | several "supposita," it agrees ~in a certain degree with 26 1, 39 | Body Para. 4/10~The second agrees with the Son's property, 27 1, 39 | Body Para. 5/10~The third agrees with the property of the 28 1, 39 | the Son enjoy each other, agrees ~with the property of the 29 1, 46 | distinguished; whereby it agrees." For a thing exists by 30 1, 46 | distinct by its form, and agrees by its order. Other similar ~ 31 1, 52 | function of a ~living creature, agrees with other sounds of inanimate 32 1, 52 | it is sound; and walking agrees with other movements, in 33 1, 67 | appears that Augustine ~agrees with them in some respects, 34 1, 78 | But the appetitive power agrees partly with the intellectual ~ 35 1, 83 | matter. And so ~Avicenna agrees with Plato in this, that 36 1, 96 | subject to God. This entirely agrees with reason; for since the ~ 37 1, 107 | good spirits," which also agrees with the ~"Virtues" accordingly 38 1, 107 | remain, accordingly as it agrees with the attainment of the 39 1, 108 | authority among ~them. This agrees too with Divine wisdom, 40 2, 29 | consider in each thing, ~what agrees with it, before that which 41 2, 29 | or hindering that which agrees with it. ~Consequently love 42 2, 32 | 3: Further, just as hope agrees with pleasure in regarding 43 2, 34 | said to be natural, if it ~agrees with nature, and unnatural, 44 2, 34 | thing ~rests in that which agrees with its nature, for instance, 45 2, 38 | because in each case ~the one agrees with the other. Now every 46 2, 58 | consists in that which agrees with his reason," as Dionysius ~ 47 2, 61 | renown of authority." This agrees with what Augustine says ( 48 2, 64 | and "when" one aught. This agrees with the saying of the ~ 49 2, 66 | that the nature of virtue agrees ~more with moral than with 50 2, 68 | of which ~Isaias speaks, agrees in degrees and expression 51 2, 89 | sin venially. Because ~man agrees with the angels in the higher 52 2, 2 | clear sight, wherein it agrees with doubt, suspicion and 53 2, 20 | opposed to prudence." ~This agrees with the Philosopher who 54 2, 55 | when the whole community agrees that something ~should be 55 2, 73 | accordingly evident that derision agrees with the foregoing ~vices 56 2, 75 | sell at a premium," ~which agrees with the saying of Prov. 57 2, 81 | hear ~sinners"; and this agrees with the saying of Prov. 58 2, 93 | by a ~man, and in this it agrees with the drawing of lots. 59 2, 115 | two points in which it agrees with justice: ~first, that 60 2, 127 | is clear that magnanimity agrees with ~fortitude in confirming 61 2, 132 | fortitude. For ~magnificence agrees in matter with liberality, 62 2, 132 | thereby. Now magnificence agrees with fortitude in the point ~ 63 2, 132 | fortitude in ~matter, it agrees with it as the condition 64 2, 135 | A[1]). Hence constancy agrees with perseverance as to 65 2, 135 | perseverance as to end: while ~it agrees with patience as to those 66 2, 145 | 2/2~Moreover, this hour agrees with the mystery of Christ' 67 2, 156 | desires ~the sin of anger agrees with those sins which desire 68 2, 161 | result ~of his pride. This agrees with the statement of Augustine, 69 2, 182 | a high-priest; and this agrees with ~the purpose of that 70 3, 20 | one of them, in which ~He agrees with the Father, He presides 71 3, 20 | other nature, in which He agrees with us, He is ~subject 72 3, 30 | Centum Ovibus 34), this name ~agrees with his office: for "Gabriel 73 Suppl, 9 | truth; ~and thus his thought agrees with his lips or words, 74 Suppl, 49| receive over one another agrees with the sacraments in which 75 Suppl, 54| which is eaten, ~since it agrees with it in substance, than 76 Suppl, 58| the new legislation which agrees with the old.~Aquin.: SMT 77 Suppl, 69| not in a place," and this agrees with the words of ~Augustine ( 78 Suppl, 77| second and in some respects ~agrees with it. It differs in that 79 Suppl, 77| hand, The third opinion agrees with the second, because 80 Suppl, 84| coming to ~their aid. This agrees with the saying of Augustine ( 81 Suppl, 88| in which the human spirit agrees ~with the angelic. Wherefore, 82 Suppl, 90| God is less intense. This agrees with the saying of ~Augustine (


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