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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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acquires

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | everything which is ~moved acquires something by its movement, 2 1, 14 | from potentiality to act, acquires first a universal and ~confused 3 1, 62 | procure the end; as man ~acquires knowledge by reflection: 4 1, 75 | itself. Wherefore matter ~acquires actual existence as it acquires 5 1, 75 | acquires actual existence as it acquires the form; while it is corrupted ~ 6 1, 63 | procure the end; as man ~acquires knowledge by reflection: 7 1, 74 | itself. Wherefore matter ~acquires actual existence as it acquires 8 1, 74 | acquires actual existence as it acquires the form; while it is corrupted ~ 9 1, 77 | required. ~One is whereby it acquires existence, and to this is 10 1, 77 | whereby the living body acquires its due ~quantity; to this 11 1, 78 | intellect, from which the soul acquires the power of understanding. 12 1, 83 | understands?~(6) Whether it acquires intellectual knowledge from 13 1, 83 | actually, not only when it acquires fresh knowledge, but also ~ 14 1, 84 | just ~as the sensitive part acquires a greater power by its conjunction 15 1, 86 | itself, because at length ~it acquires knowledge of itself, though 16 1, 86 | A[7]), from ~which it acquires knowledge of all other things.~ 17 1, 87 | says: "As the mind itself acquires the knowledge of ~corporeal 18 1, 88 | Trin. ix, 3), "our mind acquires the ~knowledge of incorporeal 19 1, 88 | acts the passive intellect acquires a certain facility in ~considering 20 1, 89 | the act of intelligence - acquires its knowledge ~somehow from 21 1, 116 | receive forms, which matter acquires by a ~participation of separate 22 1, 116 | or experience of which he acquires through ~the senses; then 23 1, 116 | distinctly. Therefore when anyone acquires knowledge by himself, he ~ 24 1, 117 | form, that begins to exist, acquires existence not by ~generation, 25 2, 15 | since, as ~it were, it acquires direct knowledge of the 26 2, 21 | Further, an instrument acquires no merit or demerit in the 27 2, 21 | Further, a human action acquires merit or demerit through 28 2, 21 | every good or evil action acquires merit or demerit in ~God' 29 2, 21 | action, both good and evil, acquires merit ~or demerit in God' 30 2, 21 | as stated above (A[3]), acquires merit or ~demerit, through 31 2, 21 | Consequently, by his action, he acquires merit or ~demerit in God' 32 2, 21 | that every action of his ~acquires merit or demerit in relation 33 2, 21 | man, whether good or bad, acquires merit or demerit in the ~ 34 2, 40 | since by experience man acquires the ~faculty of doing something 35 2, 54 | In any science, he who acquires, by demonstration, ~scientific 36 2, 56 | far as by the habit a man acquires an aptness to a ~good act; 37 2, 56 | in man, that ~which he acquires by use, in his memory and 38 2, 57 | human goods, by ~which man acquires happiness, but rather things 39 2, 65 | by dint of little study, acquires scientific knowledge ~about 40 2, 84 | see that by riches man ~acquires the means of committing 41 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 3: A man naturally acquires wisdom and knowledge from 42 2, 2 | but also in that which it ~acquires through a supernatural participation 43 2, 2 | learned cometh to Me." Now man acquires a share of ~this learning, 44 2, 12 | that, after this life, man acquires neither merit nor sin, which ~ 45 2, 23 | geometry increases in one who acquires ~knowledge of geometrical 46 2, 49 | different causes ~that a man acquires good counsel, good judgment, 47 2, 97 | worship. Now just ~as a thing acquires an aspect of good through 48 2, 98 | says: ~"Whoever grants or acquires ecclesiastical things, not 49 2, 98 | sometimes that a person acquires something spiritual, which ~ 50 2, 98 | give." Wherefore whosoever acquires spiritual things in ~return 51 2, 108 | physical order, a thing acquires its species if ~it has its 52 2, 116 | things, when, to wit, a man acquires or keeps them more ~than 53 2, 130 | any kind of reverence, he acquires charity in the knowledge 54 2, 130 | are the means whereby man ~acquires honor, glory seems to be 55 2, 130 | which is in God's sight man acquires honor in Divine things, 56 2, 130 | is in the sight of man he acquires excellence in human ~things. 57 2, 143 | honored or praised, a person acquires ~clarity in the eyes of 58 2, 170 | Aristotle, ~that the soul acquires knowledge from sensibles, 59 2, 174 | the grace of tongues a man acquires the knowledge of all ~languages?~( 60 2, 178 | very knowledge that one ~acquires by observation. Wherefore 61 2, 178 | the intellect ~of the soul acquires intelligible truth from 62 2, 181 | righteousness." But a man ~acquires spiritual uprightness by 63 2, 182 | another perfection which he acquires by growth, ~so again there 64 2, 182 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, a man acquires a state by being freed from 65 3, 9 | the habit of knowledge, acquires no ~new habit, through what 66 3, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, man acquires knowledge through the senses. 67 3, 68 | of faith. And the ~child acquires a good conscience in himself, 68 3, 71 | man's salvation, which man acquires by Baptism; and he has a 69 Suppl, 2 | addition to its own act, it acquires the movement of prudence. 70 Suppl, 2 | alone; but, inasmuch as it acquires something of the ~act of 71 Suppl, 6 | sin, which knowledge he acquires through the penitent's confession. ~ 72 Suppl, 21| three things ~which a man acquires through the Church's prayers. 73 Suppl, 37| itself. And since a person acquires the ~proximate disposition 74 Suppl, 78| state which the human body acquires from years. Hence Adam is ~ 75 Suppl, 80| were true whenever a ~body acquires a new place, it would follow 76 Suppl, 93| fruit that reward which man acquires ~from his labor in this 77 Suppl, 93| as by virginity a person acquires a ~certain spirituality 78 Suppl, 93| to the profit of others acquires ~thereby a reward for himself.


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