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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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feet

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | may fail to possess two feet, but not fail to be a man; 2 1, 25 | is a donkey, he has four feet." Or he may be understood 3 1, 65 | turned into a snare to the ~feet of the unwise." And the 4 1, 71 | for some, as ~seals, have feet and walk on land. Therefore 5 1, 72 | meant ~which either have no feet and cannot rise from the 6 1, 72 | serpents, or ~those whose feet are too short to life them 7 1, 66 | turned into a snare to the ~feet of the unwise." And the 8 1, 71 | for some, as ~seals, have feet and walk on land. Therefore 9 1, 71 | meant ~which either have no feet and cannot rise from the 10 1, 71 | serpents, or ~those whose feet are too short to life them 11 1, 91 | she was not made from his feet. Secondly, for the sacramental ~ 12 2, 2 | subjected all things under his feet."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[ 13 2, 16 | action; for instance, their ~feet, to walk; their horns, to 14 2, 18 | correct: "Some animals have feet, some have no feet: and 15 2, 18 | have feet, some have no feet: and of those that ~have 16 2, 18 | and of those that ~have feet, some have two feet, some 17 2, 18 | have feet, some have two feet, some four, some many": 18 2, 54 | limbs, i.e. the hands, ~feet, and so on, the disposition 19 2, 79 | say, "and a snare to the feet of the unwise," who, to 20 2, 93 | have a soul, hands, or ~feet. Accordingly all that is 21 2, 102 | might wash their hands and feet before entering ~the temple; 22 2, 102 | the washing ~of hands and feet and the shaving of the hair 23 2, 102 | shall have shoes on your feet, holding staves in your ~ 24 2, 102 | and the shoes of their feet are the examples of our 25 2, 102 | have many clefts in their feet, because ~such are very 26 2, 102 | he is mistaken about the feet differing from ~one another.] 27 2, 102 | signifies those whose "feet are swift to shed blood" ~( 28 2, 102 | subjected all things under his feet": and it is in this sense 29 2, 9 | and a snare to the feet of the unwise," of those, ~ 30 2, 41 | according to Ps. 72:2: "My feet were ~almost moved."~Aquin.: 31 2, 53 | subjected all things under his feet," etc. Therefore man should 32 2, 53 | had been ~laid at their feet. Therefore it is lawful 33 2, 64 | subjected all ~things under his feet."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 34 2, 159 | 104:18, "They humbled his ~feet in fetters." Therefore humility 35 2, 159 | prostrate himself at your feet in ~the sight of God." On 36 2, 169 | sitting . . . at the ~Lord's feet, heard His word" (Lk. 10: 37 2, 169 | Son of man, stand upon thy feet, and I will speak to ~thee." 38 2, 169 | and He set me upon my feet." After the mind's ~intention 39 2, 176 | life, and stood upon his feet." ~Therefore the working 40 2, 178 | sitting . ~. . at the Lord's feet, heard His word" (Lk. 10: 41 2, 180 | the time "at the Lord's feet." Thirdly, because the contemplative ~ 42 2, 181 | be directed upwards, his feet set firmly on the ground, 43 2, 185 | by using his hands, his feet, or his tongue. For watchmen, ~ 44 3, 8 | subjected all things under His ~feet." Therefore Christ is not 45 3, 17 | accrued to him hands or feet ~or eyes, as happened to 46 3, 19 | walk, which belongs to the feet, and to touch, which ~belongs 47 3, 19 | by the soul through the feet, the other through the hands. 48 3, 19 | up the weight of bodily feet." Now it is ~clear that 49 3, 28 | agility" when with dry feet He walked on the ~sea. But 50 3, 28 | bearing the weight of earthly feet."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 51 3, 35 | shall lay low . . . the feet of the poor," i.e. ~of Christ, " 52 3, 38 | humble service to ~wash their feet."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 53 3, 45 | of material and earthly feet."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 54 3, 46 | thorns; in His hands and ~feet, from the fastening of the 55 3, 46 | to wit, the hands and feet; moreover, the weight of 56 3, 46 | Christ washed ~"the feet of the disciples."~Aquin.: 57 3, 49 | sin committed ~with his feet. For, just as the natural 58 3, 55 | them: "See My hands and feet, ~that it is I Myself."~ 59 3, 55 | up and took hold of ~His feet,' that matters little," 60 3, 59 | put all ~things under His feet." Consequently, it belongs 61 3, 69 | Mother Church lends ~other feet to the little children that 62 3, 71 | lends children another's feet that they may come, and 63 3, 72 | needeth not but to wash his feet' (Jn. 13:10), we gather ~ 64 3, 83 | not to be defiled by the ~feet of those that enter."~Aquin.: 65 3, 83 | shall wash their hands ~and feet . . . when they are going 66 3, 83 | needeth not but to wash his feet." And such cleansing is 67 3, 83 | because the washing of the feet ~is omitted, and the washing 68 Suppl, 14| throwing himself at his feet he were to give him another.~ 69 Suppl, 28| in sackcloth, with bare feet, their faces to the ~ground, 70 Suppl, 32| ears, lips, hands, and feet should be anointed. For ~ 71 Suppl, 32| no less ~than with the feet. Therefore, as the feet 72 Suppl, 32| feet. Therefore, as the feet are anointed, so ought other ~ 73 Suppl, 32| of the appetite), and the feet are ~anointed on account 74 Suppl, 32| unctions - some also anoint the feet but not the loins - because 75 Suppl, 32| instruments of sin, are the ~feet, hands, and tongue, all 76 Suppl, 39| she was not made from his feet). Therefore neither can ~ 77 Suppl, 40| sandals" which cover the feet, his contempt of earthly 78 Suppl, 87| are subjected under His feet (1 Cor. 15:25-28; Heb. ~ 79 Suppl, 94| Bind his hands and his ~feet, and cast him into the exterior


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