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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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maintain

   Part, Question
1 1, 34 | Hence, they endeavored to maintain ~that when the Son of God 2 1, 50 | things; as if we were to maintain ~that human nature is a 3 1, 62 | natural state, while ~others maintain that they were created in 4 1, 63 | According to those who maintain that the chief devil was 5 1, 65 | answer that, Certain heretics maintain that visible things are 6 1, 70 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) maintain that the ~heavenly bodies 7 1, 75 | will see that those who maintain the corporeal nature of 8 1, 75 | proper to the soul, could maintain man to be a soul making 9 1, 75 | should nevertheless have to maintain that it is ~incorruptible. 10 1, 76 | Some, however, tried to maintain that the intellect is united 11 1, 76 | impossible and unreasonable ~to maintain that there exists one intellect 12 1, 76 | motor, as the Platonists maintain, ~it would necessarily follow 13 1, 51 | things; as if we were to maintain ~that human nature is a 14 1, 63 | natural state, while ~others maintain that they were created in 15 1, 64 | According to those who maintain that the chief devil was 16 1, 66 | answer that, Certain heretics maintain that visible things are 17 1, 71 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) maintain that the ~heavenly bodies 18 1, 74 | will see that those who maintain the corporeal nature of 19 1, 74 | proper to the soul, could maintain man to be a soul making 20 1, 74 | should nevertheless have to maintain that it is ~incorruptible. 21 1, 75 | Some, however, tried to maintain that the intellect is united 22 1, 75 | impossible and unreasonable ~to maintain that there exists one intellect 23 1, 75 | motor, as the Platonists maintain, ~it would necessarily follow 24 1, 89 | spiritual matter, as some maintain; ~because the said matter 25 1, 114 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2 ~To maintain therefore that heavenly 26 2, 73 | sins ~to be equal, but also maintain that all the pains of hell 27 2, 96 | of the law, in order to maintain the common weal, which the ~ 28 2, 103 | heathendom. Hence others maintain that those ~foods were forbidden 29 2, 109 | On the contrary, As some maintain, man was first made with 30 2, 109 | and they ~deny it who maintain that the help of God's grace 31 2, 56 | that "they are wrong who maintain that the State and the home 32 2, 57 | hold a ~false opinion who maintain that it is in a man's power 33 2, 60 | in order that they may maintain justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 64 | Therefore ~it is erroneous to maintain that it is unlawful for 35 2, 86 | on the above decretal] maintain ~that one may be dispensed 36 2, 86 | seemingly, that we must maintain that, as ~stated above ( 37 2, 98 | dispensation. ~Some, however, maintain that one ought to receive 38 2, 122 | good to others than to ~maintain oneself in good, since the " 39 2, 150 | would not be difficult to maintain a perpetual ~meditation 40 2, 159 | laughter"; the fourth ~is "to maintain silence until one is asked"; 41 2, 160 | degree of humility is "to maintain silence until one is asked," 42 2, 163 | providence not to destroy, but to maintain, nature." Now it is ~a condition 43 2, 166 | poor. Wherefore those who maintain them in moderation do ~not 44 2, 167 | adorn themselves, whether to maintain the fitness of ~their estate, 45 2, 179 | whereas we are nowise able to maintain ~an attentive mind in the 46 2, 183 | would sin if he chose to maintain himself on the ~goods of 47 3, 2 | first, ~indeed, because to maintain two hypostases or supposita 48 3, 2 | Christ is the ~same as to maintain two persons, as was shown 49 3, 12 | phantasms. And in this way they maintain that Christ's knowledge ~ 50 3, 16 | salvation, how dost thou maintain that ~what was the cause 51 3, 17 | masculine. But since we maintain ~one person and one suppositum 52 3, 28 | virgin. ~First, in order to maintain the dignity or the Father 53 3, 30 | Christ. First, in order to ~maintain a becoming order in the 54 3, 35 | suppose," says ~he, "as many maintain, that in the world there 55 3, 38 | John's baptism, as some ~maintain, or with Christ's baptism, 56 3, 54 | a heavenly body, as some maintain, and into ~which we shall 57 3, 67 | of the Holy Ghost," some ~maintain that the sacrament of Baptism 58 3, 77 | the untruth of what some maintain; viz. that ~the species 59 Suppl, 13| have to undergo (as some maintain, ~who argue that a man profits 60 Suppl, 17| chiefly ~ordained (if we maintain that it is the same as a 61 Suppl, 25| many opinions. For some maintain ~that indulgences have not 62 Suppl, 25| consequently those who maintain this, say that the Church 63 Suppl, 25| Sent. iv, D, 20], as some maintain, nor again does it ~derogate 64 Suppl, 30| remnants of sin. Some, however, maintain that it is ~instituted chiefly 65 Suppl, 39| consecration. ~Some, however, maintain that the use of reason is 66 Suppl, 41| nature, it is impossible ~to maintain that the act of begetting 67 Suppl, 51| be a ~grave assertion to maintain that they ought to be separated 68 Suppl, 56| from ~catechizing, as some maintain.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 69 Suppl, 66| question more correctly who maintain that a man who has ~married 70 Suppl, 70| essential parts as some ~maintain, or at least are its natural 71 Suppl, 70| are not ~separable as some maintain." Therefore the sensitive 72 Suppl, 76| was possible for them ~to maintain that the soul pre-existed 73 Suppl, 76| separated soul (as some maintain), cannot be resumed in identity. ~ 74 Suppl, 76| not ~reformed. Hence to maintain that he who rises again 75 Suppl, 77| such admixture, as others maintain. And thus the ~nutrimental 76 Suppl, 78| as the ~Jews and Turks maintain, and certain heretics known 77 Suppl, 79| heavenly body, which they ~maintain enters into the composition 78 Suppl, 81| grant this, and yet they maintain that the glorified ~body 79 Suppl, 89| to ~the philosophers who maintain that our souls emanate from 80 Suppl, 94| that God's power ~should maintain within the bowels of the


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