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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beasts

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | apprehension of the brute beasts, and even of man, in so 2 1, 63 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Brute beasts have a natural inclination 3 1, 70 | with fish, ~birds, and the beasts of the field. Therefore 4 1, 72 | opposed to its species. But ~beasts and cattle are quadrupeds. 5 1, 72 | enumerated as a class with beasts and cattle.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 72 | service to man: but by "beasts," wild animals such as bears ~ 7 1, 72 | could be understood of the beasts of the earth, without ~requiring 8 1, 74 | as birds differ from the ~beasts of the earth, whereas man 9 1, 75 | Man has nothing more than ~beasts." Thus death comes to both 10 1, 58 | apprehension of the brute beasts, and even of man, in so 11 1, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Brute beasts have a natural inclination 12 1, 71 | with fish, ~birds, and the beasts of the field. Therefore 13 1, 71 | opposed to its species. But ~beasts and cattle are quadrupeds. 14 1, 71 | enumerated as a class with beasts and cattle.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 71 | service to man: but by "beasts," wild animals such as bears ~ 16 1, 71 | could be understood of the beasts of the earth, without ~requiring 17 1, 73 | as birds differ from the ~beasts of the earth, whereas man 18 1, 74 | Man has nothing more than ~beasts." Thus death comes to both 19 1, 78 | Trin. xii, 2,3,8) ~that "beasts can sense corporeal things 20 1, 80 | senses is common to ~us and beasts." But the bodily senses 21 1, 83 | imagination - is "common to us and beasts."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 22 1, 92 | which raises him above the beasts of the field." ~Therefore 23 1, 95 | birds of the air, and the beasts of the ~earth" [Vulg."and 24 1, 97 | time, man ~becomes like the beasts, on account of the vehement 25 1, 97 | But man is compared to beasts by reason of sin, ~according 26 1, 97 | is compared to senseless beasts, and is become like to them." ~ 27 1, 97 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Beasts are without reason. In this 28 1, 109 | angels who preside over beasts, and over the birth of ~ 29 2, 2 | should not say that the very beasts are happy too."~Aquin.: 30 2, 11 | absurd ~to suppose that even beasts enjoy their food and any 31 2, 11 | absurd to ~suppose that even beasts enjoy," that is, as it would 32 2, 31 | intellectual vision, as beasts or fools are deprived ~thereof, 33 2, 45 | to be daring; ~"like the beasts when beaten," as stated 34 2, 50 | We find the ~most untamed beasts, deterred by fear of pain, 35 2, 55 | not common to us and the beasts of the field, it ~is something 36 2, 91 | fashion, he is likened to the beasts that are led by the impulse ~ 37 2, 91 | been compared to senseless beasts, and made like ~to them."~ 38 2, 98 | only to men, but also to beasts, ~according to Ps. 35:7: " 39 2, 98 | according to Ps. 35:7: "Men and beasts Thou wilt preserve, O Lord."~ 40 2, 102 | dominion over ~birds and beasts, so also has he received 41 2, 102 | would be ~devoured by wild beasts, because it bore the punishment 42 2, 102 | thy cattle to gender with beasts of any other kind."~Aquin.: 43 2, 102 | being used to be kind to beasts. They were forbidden to 44 2, 102 | regardeth the lives of his beasts: but the bowels of ~the 45 2, 103 | 7:2,3): "Of ~all clean beasts take seven and seven . . . 46 2, 103 | and seven . . . but of the beasts that are ~unclean, two and 47 2, 105 | had not ~safeguarded their beasts from these offenses. Hence 48 2, 2 | teacheth us more than the beasts of the earth."~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 62 | mountains . . . Who giveth to beasts their food." Therefore it ~ 50 2, 62 | be your meat, and to all beasts of the ~earth": and again ( 51 2, 62 | the slavish ~state of the beasts, by being disposed of according 52 2, 62 | been compared to senseless beasts, and made like ~to them," 53 2, 62 | sin, is ~compared to the beasts. Now it is lawful for any 54 2, 81 | Ps. 146:9, "Who giveth to beasts ~their food and to the young 55 2, 92 | birds, and of four-footed beasts, and of ~creeping things," 56 2, 121 | Ethic. iii, 8) that wild beasts ~are incited to face danger 57 2, 121 | that even the most untamed beasts are deterred from the greatest ~ 58 2, 140 | been ~compared to senseless beasts, and made like to them." 59 2, 145 | 7, "Let neither men nor beasts . . . ~taste anything . . . 60 2, 154 | nor incontinence to the beasts, as the Philosopher ~states ( 61 2, 157 | from a ~likeness to wild beasts which are also described 62 2, 159 | compares himself to senseless beasts, and ~becomes like to them" ( 63 2, 162 | The death of ~man and of beasts is one, and the condition 64 2, 163 | subtle than any of ~the beasts of the earth," or as "the 65 2, 163 | the most prudent of all beasts" ~according to another version [* 66 2, 163 | cursed among all ~cattle and beasts of the earth,' the cattle 67 2, 172 | heaven with all manner of beasts ~therein. The second kind 68 2, 172 | wall, and he discoursed of beasts and of fowls, and of creeping ~ 69 2, 180 | after the words, "Men and beasts Thou wilt preserve, O Lord," 70 2, 187 | shall pay the price of ~the beasts." Now through being bound 71 3, 41 | Mark, "and He was with the beasts," according to ~Chrysostom ( 72 3, 41 | impassable to man and full of beasts.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 73 3, 46 | which prefigured Christ the beasts were ~slain with a sword 74 3, 46 | For the bodies of those beasts, whose blood is ~brought 75 3, 80 | been compared to senseless ~beasts, and made like to them." 76 Suppl, 13| enough to burn, nor the beasts thereof for a burnt offering']." 77 Suppl, 95| We see the most savage beasts are deterred from the ~greatest 78 Suppl, 96| brimstone, ~where both the beasts and the false prophets [*


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