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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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firm

   Part, Question
1 1, 24 | foundation ~of God standeth firm, having this seal; the Lord 2 1, 58 | Pt. 1:19: "You have the firm prophetic word, whereunto 3 1, 63 | many as those who remained firm?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 4 1, 63 | angels sinned than stood firm. For, as ~the Philosopher 5 1, 63 | more angelic persons stood firm, it would appear ~that those 6 1, 63 | that, More angels stood firm than sinned. Because sin 7 1, 67 | consequent upon the form are firm and ~enduring; as when, 8 1, 68 | For a body ~is called firm," that is dense and solid, " 9 1, 59 | Pt. 1:19: "You have the firm prophetic word, whereunto 10 1, 64 | many as those who remained firm?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 11 1, 64 | angels sinned than stood firm. For, as ~the Philosopher 12 1, 64 | more angelic persons stood firm, it would appear ~that those 13 1, 64 | that, More angels stood firm than sinned. Because sin 14 1, 68 | consequent upon the form are firm and ~enduring; as when, 15 1, 69 | For a body ~is called firm," that is dense and solid, " 16 1, 93 | belief - or it may mean a ~firm belief. Thus before sin 17 1, 107 | angels themselves are ~made firm by God. Thirdly, because 18 2, 31 | more perfect ~and more firm. More intimate, because 19 2, 31 | realized all at once. ~More firm; because the objects of 20 2, 46 | seems to be so much the more firm according as ~more things 21 2, 51 | intellect, so ~that it gives a firm assent to the conclusion, 22 2, 54 | not acquire all at once a firm and difficultly changeable ~ 23 2, 61 | touch. The good of being firm in holding to the good defined 24 2, 61 | is more able to remain firm against the onslaught ~of 25 2, 67 | that ~our adhesion is not firm: to science it is essential 26 2, 67 | it is essential to have firm adhesion with intellectual 27 2, 67 | so far as its adhesion is firm, but ~falls short of science 28 2, 90 | Just as nothing stands firm with regard to the speculative ~ 29 2, 90 | principles, so nothing stands firm with regard to the practical 30 2, 100 | that he should "act from a firm and immovable ~principle": 31 2, 102 | the flesh being not yet firm on ~account of its exceeding 32 2, 2 | the intellect, some have a firm assent without any ~such 33 2, 2 | unformed thought devoid of a firm assent, ~whether they incline 34 2, 2 | of ~opinion, there is no firm assent, since it is weak 35 2, 2 | shown to be more prompt and firm in believing. ~Hence the 36 2, 4 | a truth, ~wherefore the firm adhesion of the intellect 37 2, 10 | disputation are instructed and firm in the faith, or simple 38 2, 10 | are well instructed and firm in the faith, there can 39 2, 10 | this very reason is ~more firm, that they have never heard 40 2, 10 | and time. ~For some are firm in the faith; and so it 41 2, 49 | counsel, so that one be firm in the counsel taken, and 42 2, 51 | power); but reason stands firm, in ~the continent man, 43 2, 56 | be voluntary, stable, and firm, because the Philosopher ~ 44 2, 56 | constant" signifies a firm perseverance in this purpose.~ 45 2, 86 | a good ~purpose after a firm deliberation of the mind, 46 2, 121 | to every virtue to stand firm, as stated in Ethic. ii. ~ 47 2, 121 | is most difficult to be firm, namely ~in certain grave 48 2, 121 | which ~it belongs to stand firm against all kinds of assaults.~ 49 2, 121 | vices. For he that can stand firm in things that are most ~ 50 2, 121 | because he that stands firm against great things, will 51 2, 121 | will in ~consequence stand firm against less things, but 52 2, 121 | Because he that stands firm is so much the more ~praised, 53 2, 121 | that the brave man stands firm. Therefore fortitude is 54 2, 127 | firmness of ~mind, because "a firm standing is necessary in 55 2, 127 | difficult it is to stand firm in some matter of ~difficulty, 56 2, 127 | virtue which makes the mind firm in ~that matter.~Aquin.: 57 2, 127 | more difficult to stand firm in dangers of death, wherein ~ 58 2, 127 | wherein ~it is easier to stand firm. Hence magnanimity is reckoned 59 2, 135 | most difficult to stand firm, namely in dangers of ~death. 60 2, 135 | title to praise for the firm endurance of something difficult 61 2, 135 | in the point of standing firm against the difficulty arising ~ 62 2, 139 | temperance is ~reason's firm and moderate mastery of 63 2, 139 | flying from evil to remain firm ~in the good of reason.~ 64 2, 152 | nature is prior to and more firm than any ~subsequently established 65 2, 153 | wit, as the reason stands firm in opposition to the passions, ~ 66 2, 153 | is praiseworthy to remain firm in ~pursuing what reason 67 2, 154 | though they had not the firm judgment of ~reason, although 68 2, 154 | account of his not standing firm in resisting the passion ~ 69 2, 171 | 1:19): "We have the more firm prophetical word, ~whereunto 70 2, 182 | the sins of many, remains firm and strong." A ~little further 71 2, 182 | the people ~. . . remains firm"; and he gives the reason 72 3, 44 | that "he had ~no certain or firm knowledge of God's coming." 73 3, 63 | foundation of God standeth firm, ~having this seal: The 74 3, 83 | of ~contrition, with the firm purpose of confessing and 75 Suppl, 35| should themselves be ~most firm. Now those who receive the 76 Suppl, 43| because as yet he has not a firm will. Hence at that age ~ 77 Suppl, 59| unbelievers is not altogether firm and ~ratified, but is ratified


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