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horrified 2
horror 13
horror-stricken 1
horse 78
horse-power 1
horse-riding 1
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78 excommunicate
78 giver
78 gold
78 horse
78 iniquity
78 lacks
78 lifeless
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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horse

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | existence of man and of horse is not the ~same; as also 2 1, 3 | compounds. Thus man and horse differ by their ~differences, 3 1, 4 | the existence of man, ~or horse, or anything else, existence 4 1, 6 | separate ideas of ~man and horse which he called absolute 5 1, 6 | absolute man and absolute horse, so ~likewise he laid down 6 1, 18 | particular being, a man, or horse, for ~example, has this 7 1, 19 | is attainable, such as a horse for a journey which we can 8 1, 23 | if a king were to ~give a horse to a soldier because he 9 1, 27 | proceeds from a man, and a horse from a horse. So in living ~ 10 1, 27 | man, and a horse from a horse. So in living ~things, which 11 1, 29 | more common. Although a horse and an ass have ~their own 12 1, 30 | a "species" is common to horse and ox. Both of these explanations, ~ 13 1, 44 | se" man, and a "per se" horse, and the like, which are ~ 14 1, 63 | does not desire to be a horse: for were it to be so ~upraised, 15 1, 65 | immaterial man, and an immaterial horse, and so forth, and that 16 1, 65 | separate substance, which is horse and ~the cause of all horses, 17 1, 76 | the ~sensitive soul in the horse, the lion, and other brute 18 1, 77 | animal in a man and in a horse; and therefore it is properly ~ 19 1, 45 | se" man, and a "per se" horse, and the like, which are ~ 20 1, 64 | does not desire to be a horse: for were it to be so ~upraised, 21 1, 66 | immaterial man, and an immaterial horse, and so forth, and that 22 1, 66 | separate substance, which is horse and ~the cause of all horses, 23 1, 75 | the ~sensitive soul in the horse, the lion, and other brute 24 1, 76 | animal in a man and in a horse; and therefore it is properly ~ 25 1, 81 | necessary for life, and a ~horse is necessary for a journey. 26 1, 83 | to be either a man, or a horse, or the like. Wherefore 27 1, 83 | and the form or idea of a ~horse which is called "per se" 28 1, 83 | which is called "per se" horse, and so forth. He said therefore ~ 29 1, 83 | and to the nature of a horse to be in an individual horse, 30 1, 83 | horse to be in an individual horse, and so ~forth. Wherefore 31 1, 83 | nature of a ~stone and of a horse, save for the purpose of 32 1, 84 | a ~stone, or a man, or a horse, can be thought of apart 33 1, 84 | not only "man" but ~also "horse." As part, considering that 34 1, 89 | For instance, a man and a horse differ by the difference 35 1, 92 | different from that of a horse, which also the love regarding 36 1, 118 | first, then the man or the horse. So therefore food ~first 37 2, 16 | its use; thus the use of a horse is to ride, and the use 38 2, 46 | or a rider strikes his ~horse. Therefore anger is not 39 2, 58 | due end. Thus if a running horse be blind, the faster it 40 2, 60 | either of a house or of a horse ~belong to the one same 41 2, 63 | for a man's health and a horse's are not of the ~same species, 42 2, 67 | very specific nature of a horse and an ox. And since a thing, 43 2, 67 | no longer be an ox or a horse, ~were it to be rational. 44 2, 72 | complete species; thus a horse and an ox differ specifically: ~ 45 2, 73 | one's own, than another's horse, as the ~Philosopher declares ( 46 2, 91 | specifically different, e.g. a horse and ~an ox. Secondly, as 47 2, 110 | will "as a rider to his horse." Now the will ~or the free 48 2, 110 | that of a horseman to the horse - but not as an accident 49 2, 114 | Thus if a ~man receives a horse from his master, he merits 50 2, 10 | that even as an ox or a horse belongs ~to someone who, 51 2, 13 | their own ~course, as a horse rushing to the battle," 52 2, 22 | said to love wine, or a horse, or the like), ~it is love 53 2, 22 | friendship for wine or for a horse.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 54 2, 56 | general in relation to man and horse and ~the like: and in this 55 2, 73 | hypocrite, who derides the horse, i.e. the just ~man, and 56 2, 75 | nature, since at times a horse ~fetches a higher price 57 2, 75 | for instance, that the horse be strong, run ~well and 58 2, 75 | I offer this unhealthy ~horse for sale?'" Therefore the 59 2, 75 | sells a lame for a fleet horse, ~a tottering house for 60 2, 75 | manifest, for instance if a horse ~have but one eye, or if 61 2, 86 | danger of a fall from the horse: else it would ~behoove 62 2, 95 | Thus when a man wishes his horse to gallop in ~order to escape 63 2, 95 | this is not giving the horse a trial: but ~if he make 64 2, 95 | trial: but ~if he make the horse gallop with out any useful 65 2, 95 | else than a trial of the horse's speed; and the same applies 66 2, 118 | common ratio, as animal of horse and ox: and sometimes one ~ 67 2, 125 | Job 39:21) ~concerning the horse, by which according to Gregory ( 68 2, 140 | written (Ecclus. 30:8): "A horse not broken becometh ~stubborn, 69 2, 152 | Philosopher instances a horse (De Animal. ix, ~47) which 70 2, 185 | Apoc. 6:8, "Behold a ~pale horse," says: "The devil finding 71 3, 1 | figure in which the neck of a horse was joined to the head of 72 3, 1 | more conveniently, as a horse is necessary for a journey. 73 3, 18 | sensitive appetite, as a horse by its rider; and an ~instrument 74 3, 65 | attained so becomingly: thus a horse is necessary ~for a journey. 75 Suppl, 51| to sell a donkey for a horse; and thus it is in the case 76 Suppl, 52| born of a she-ass and ~a horse. Therefore it should be 77 Suppl, 54| since from Adam's rib a horse might have been formed in 78 Suppl, 54| concerning the camel ~and the horse, among certain animals the


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