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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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apparent

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | but analogically. This is ~apparent from this reason: Univocal 2 1, 51 | time ~introduces angels so apparent as to be seen commonly by 3 1, 63 | the angels there can be no apparent good which is not a true 4 1, 66 | comeliness which are now apparent in the corporeal creation. 5 1, 68 | only such things as ~are apparent to sense. Now even the most 6 1, 69 | flow by channels hidden or apparent, and this may be the reason 7 1, 70 | though the distinction is not apparent to the ~senses, the testimony 8 1, 70 | senses are concerned, its apparent size is greater.~Aquin.: 9 1, 71 | The air, as not being so apparent to the senses, is not ~enumerated 10 1, 76 | by several knowers; as is apparent in regard to the senses; ~ 11 1, 76 | whole; but only a ~mixture apparent to sense, by the juxtaposition 12 1, 52 | time ~introduces angels so apparent as to be seen commonly by 13 1, 64 | the angels there can be no apparent good which is not a true 14 1, 67 | comeliness which are now apparent in the corporeal creation. 15 1, 69 | only such things as ~are apparent to sense. Now even the most 16 1, 70 | flow by channels hidden or apparent, and this may be the reason 17 1, 71 | though the distinction is not apparent to the ~senses, the testimony 18 1, 71 | senses are concerned, its apparent size is greater.~Aquin.: 19 1, 71 | The air, as not being so apparent to the senses, is not ~enumerated 20 1, 75 | by several knowers; as is apparent in regard to the senses; ~ 21 1, 75 | whole; but only a ~mixture apparent to sense, by the juxtaposition 22 1, 83 | and immobility: which is apparent from the ~very operation 23 1, 91 | Wherefore, as no rarefaction is apparent in such multiplication of ~ 24 1, 104 | sake of ~some good, real or apparent; and nothing is good either 25 1, 109 | to the number of motions apparent in the heavenly bodies. 26 1, 113 | return to the ~assault, is apparent from Mt. 12:44: "I will 27 1, 114 | 1/5~I answer that, It is apparent to the senses that some 28 1, 116 | concerning these mysteries became apparent to the ~angels, which were 29 1, 117 | animals. This indeed is apparent ~to the senses in animals 30 2, 2 | or remote, or at least apparent. ~Therefore it is evident 31 2, 8 | the end is a good, or an apparent good."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 32 2, 9 | or that, which is true or apparent good. ~Nevertheless, sometimes 33 2, 18 | true good, sometimes an apparent good. And in ~the latter 34 2, 19 | good, but ~sometimes to the apparent good; which has indeed some 35 2, 32 | himself to be removing an ~apparent slight, which seems to be 36 2, 34 | certain ~respect, or an apparent good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] 37 2, 73 | referred finally ~to some apparent good, for example, delivery 38 2, 74 | But since some evil is an ~apparent good, the will sometimes 39 2, 75 | the cause of sin is some ~apparent good as motive, yet lacking 40 2, 75 | this motive which is an apparent good, ~appertains to the 41 2, 75 | has some good, at least ~apparent, for its end: so that, as 42 2, 77 | save to the good or the ~apparent good. Now when a passion 43 2, 77 | the will is a good or an apparent good, it is never moved 44 2, 80 | object, which is a real or apparent good of ~reason. Accordingly, 45 2, 83 | of original sin is most apparent in the movements of the ~ 46 2, 100 | hindered from receiving the apparent benefit which ~they think 47 2, 102 | 1~OBJ 10: Further, it is apparent that inanimate things are 48 2, 4 | Now a thing is said to be apparent when its truth is already ~ 49 2, 4 | object of ~which is something apparent; and when we say that it 50 2, 4 | principles of a thing, make ~it apparent, whereas evidence taken 51 2, 4 | authority does not make a ~thing apparent in itself, and such is the 52 2, 4 | science, than about what is apparent to him ~according to his 53 2, 5 | excludes faith, which ~renders apparent or seen the principal object 54 2, 16 | faith, is something not apparent in ~itself. Hence it was 55 2, 22 | good is not a ~true, but an apparent good, it is not a true virtue 56 2, 24 | of self is not true but apparent: ~and even this is not possible 57 2, 28 | peace may be either true or apparent. There can be no true peace ~ 58 2, 28 | final good, but to some apparent good. Hence, without sanctifying 59 2, 28 | peace is not real but merely apparent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 60 2, 32 | which is not a true, but an apparent evil, which, namely, is 61 2, 60 | The derivation is more apparent in English than in Latin, ~ 62 2, 86 | religious life, ~without any apparent cause to prevent him from 63 2, 109 | achieving a purpose, that are apparent and not real: while it ~ 64 2, 130 | account of the lack of charity apparent in one who prefers vainglory 65 2, 160 | other hand, carnal lust is apparent to all, because ~from the 66 2, 163 | evil except through some ~apparent good. But many other animals 67 3, 44 | sun, ~so as to come into apparent contact with it from the 68 3, 44 | of human nature was most apparent in ~Him. Hence it was that 69 3, 47 | and this is strikingly apparent in the crucified: for, as ~ 70 3, 53 | if the sun were ~already apparent over the horizon, but as 71 3, 54 | not have been true, but apparent.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 72 3, 76 | and the like. And this is ~apparent from the form of this sacrament, 73 3, 83 | machination of the enemy is apparent on account of the sin ~committed 74 3, 86 | but presupposes true or apparent goodness in him ~who is 75 Suppl, 42| for the acts externally apparent are the sacrament ~only; 76 Suppl, 43| agreeableness are often apparent ~in boys before the age 77 Suppl, 58| in his ~thoughts become apparent to the senses, and then 78 Suppl, 71| Ezechias, in whom it is apparent that the sentence ~pronounced


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