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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | preceding article. But ~words denoting present, past and future 2 1, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Words denoting different times are applied 3 1, 28 | is inherent, but ~only as denoting regard to another. Nevertheless 4 1, 37 | ablative is construed as denoting a cause, it seems to mean ~ 5 1, 39 | the ~Holy Ghost, not as denoting the power itself of a thing, 6 1, 64 | them; because sorrow, ~as denoting a simple act of the will, 7 1, 37 | ablative is construed as denoting a cause, it seems to mean ~ 8 1, 39 | the ~Holy Ghost, not as denoting the power itself of a thing, 9 1, 65 | them; because sorrow, ~as denoting a simple act of the will, 10 2, 25 | a concupiscible passion denoting ~rest, viz. either in joy 11 2, 31 | contrasted with reason, and as denoting that which is common to 12 2, 33 | ways; first, properly, as denoting a ~craving for something 13 2, 33 | take ~thirst or desire as denoting a craving for some thing 14 2, 33 | good, which is pleasure, denoting the repose of the ~appetite 15 2, 35 | sorrow'] in my heart," ~thus denoting the same thing by sorrow 16 2, 35 | then if pain be taken as denoting bodily pain, which is its 17 2, 45 | taken in two ways. First, as denoting absolutely movements of 18 2, 45 | of passions. Secondly, as denoting besides this movement, a ~ 19 2, 61 | speaking of passions as denoting ~inordinate emotions.~Aquin.: 20 2, 69 | Meekness is to be taken as denoting the act of meekness: ~and 21 2, 70 | faith," if we take it as denoting fidelity. But if we take 22 2, 72 | genere," genus in this case denoting the species], as murder 23 2, 80 | are to be understood as denoting that the devil induces man 24 2, 81 | can this be understood as ~denoting imitation or suggestion, 25 2, 84 | different ways. First, as denoting inordinate desire for riches: 26 2, 84 | special sin. Secondly, as denoting inordinate desire for any ~ 27 2, 84 | 72], A[2]). Thirdly, as denoting an inclination of a corrupt 28 2, 84 | speaking of covetousness as denoting the inordinate desire for 29 2, 84 | say that covetousness, as denoting a special sin, is ~called 30 2, 84 | in three ways. First, as ~denoting inordinate desire to excel; 31 2, 84 | special sin. ~Secondly, as denoting actual contempt of God, 32 2, 84 | generic sin. ~Thirdly, as denoting an inclination to this contempt, 33 2, 84 | is speaking of pride as denoting ~inordinate desire to excel, 34 2, 84 | say that pride, even ~as denoting a special sin, is the beginning 35 2, 102 | of four different colors (denoting the four elements), ~viz. 36 2, 102 | taken out of the water: thus denoting the ~fact that this sacrifice 37 2, 106 | in two ways. ~First, as denoting the spreading abroad of 38 2, 9 | this being the common name denoting certitude of judgment, ~ 39 2, 10 | argument takes unbelief as denoting a pure negation.~Aquin.: 40 2, 11 | speaking of heresy now as denoting a corruption of ~the Christian 41 2, 13 | is "impenitence," not as denoting ~permanence in sin until 42 2, 13 | circumstance of sin), but as ~denoting the purpose of not repenting. 43 2, 24 | specific nature, ~namely as denoting man's friendship with God 44 2, 28 | name "misericordia" from denoting a man's ~compassionate heart [ 45 2, 31 | then it takes ~justice as denoting a general virtue, as we 46 2, 36 | if we take contention as denoting a disclaimer of the truth ~ 47 2, 41 | sin, on account of their denoting the intention of doing a ~ 48 2, 42 | with thy whole heart" as denoting the intellect, "with thy ~ 49 2, 101 | taken in a wide sense as denoting reverence paid to anyone 50 2, 101 | taken in a strict sense as denoting the reverence ~of a servant 51 2, 105 | to ~gratitude is the vice denoting deficiency of gratitude, 52 2, 106 | imminent danger. Zeal, as denoting the fervor ~of love, signifies 53 2, 109 | outwardly as being good; {hypo} denoting falsehood, and ~{krisis}, 54 2, 120 | taken in two ways. First as ~denoting an act of the will, as in 55 2, 120 | kingdom": ~secondly, as denoting an act of the sensuality, 56 2, 121 | two ways. First, as simply denoting a certain ~firmness of mind, 57 2, 121 | common, the term "virtue," as denoting the extreme ~limit of such 58 2, 121 | whereby one acts well. But as denoting ~the extreme limit of power 59 2, 121 | fortitude in a broad sense, as denoting ~firmness of mind in face 60 2, 126 | Reply OBJ 5: Perseverance as denoting persistence in a good deed 61 2, 135 | we take perseverance as denoting long persistence in any 62 2, 135 | speaks of perseverance as ~denoting the consummate act of perseverance.~ 63 2, 135 | there of perseverance, as denoting, not a ~virtuous habit, 64 2, 139 | Philosopher takes temperance as denoting moderation in ~external 65 2, 139 | proportionate ~to him, but not as denoting moderation in the soul's 66 2, 140 | takes the term "childish" as denoting what is ~observed in children. 67 2, 144 | taken in two ways. First, as denoting ~retrenchment of food absolutely, 68 2, 146 | Augustine refers to gluttony as denoting ~inordinate concupiscence 69 2, 153 | in the first sense, as ~denoting a perfect virtue, which 70 2, 153 | in a restricted ~sense as denoting desire for pleasures of 71 2, 153 | continence may be taken as ~denoting the resistance of the reason 72 2, 160 | not as a passion, but as denoting the sentence of justice ~ 73 2, 162 | it may be considered as denoting the ~corruption which ends 74 3, 48 | men, but of animals, ~as denoting Christ's. And this is a 75 3, 58 | to the right hand; thus denoting something in common, and 76 3, 74 | this sacrament, and for denoting the unity of the Church.~ 77 3, 83 | readily, and suffices far denoting perfect cleansing. For, ~ 78 Suppl, 12| virtue may be taken as ~denoting that which holds the first 79 Suppl, 74| other elect reign, the part denoting the ~whole; or they reign 80 Suppl, 92| comprehension, or fruition as denoting ~comprehension, does not 81 Suppl, 93| the hundredfold fruit thus denoting the reward due to any perfect


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