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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | FOUR ARTICLES)~Since it evidently belongs to the infinite 2 1, 13 | there are which ~express evidently the property of the divinity, 3 1, 16 | will be from God; which is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 19 | commends the good more evidently in that good is more ~pleasing 5 1, 41 | disposition by ~movement evidently arises from some cause. 6 1, 42 | are only two, the ~Son is evidently not equal to the Father.~ 7 1, 45 | earth is ~named." From which evidently appears that no created 8 1, 46 | For the world leads more evidently to the ~knowledge of the 9 1, 75 | of the sensitive soul are evidently accompanied ~with change 10 1, 41 | disposition by ~movement evidently arises from some cause. 11 1, 42 | are only two, the ~Son is evidently not equal to the Father.~ 12 1, 46 | earth is ~named." From which evidently appears that no created 13 1, 47 | For the world leads more evidently to the ~knowledge of the 14 1, 74 | of the sensitive soul are evidently accompanied ~with change 15 1, 88 | for the soul's good, for evidently it would understand worse 16 1, 89 | he calls "exceedingly and evidently perverse, and contrary ~ 17 1, 89 | A[1]), wherefore it is evidently false that the soul is of 18 1, 111 | intellectual operations evidently have sometimes a determinate 19 2, 1 | pursuits in life. Which is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 20 2, 3 | Body Para. 2/3 ~This is evidently the case in regard to sensible 21 2, 5 | Para. 4/5~This, however, is evidently false, for two reasons. 22 2, 11 | natural appetite. But this is ~evidently false, since the latter 23 2, 12 | different intentions: which is ~evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 24 2, 12 | it is available: so that evidently a man can ~intend several 25 2, 13 | chosen. Consequently it is evidently an act of the appetitive ~ 26 2, 21 | where man ~while acting is evidently compared to an instrument. 27 2, 28 | object of his love; which is evidently false. Therefore ~mutual 28 2, 28 | more than himself: which is evidently false. Therefore ~ecstasy 29 2, 32 | pleasing to us: which is evidently ~untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 30 2, 34 | But this is seen to be evidently false as regards ~intellectual 31 2, 40 | appetite towards good, it evidently belongs to the appetitive 32 2, 47 | in a matter in which he evidently ~excels greatly, he does 33 2, 60 | passions of the soul, as is ~evidently the case with temperance, 34 2, 65 | to please God"; and this evidently belongs most to charity, ~ 35 2, 73 | sin than ~murder, which is evidently untrue. Therefore a sin 36 2, 80 | appeared visibly; which is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 37 2, 85 | parts are ~uniform, as is evidently the case with air, water, 38 2, 100 | our neighbor as pertaining evidently to our duty towards them; ~ 39 2, 100 | pertaining thereto less ~evidently.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 40 2, 104 | as to his neighbor: as is evidently the case ~with the seven 41 2, 107 | Furthermore, the same ~evidently applies to the prohibition 42 2, 12 | of ~other sins: which is evidently not the case. Therefore 43 2, 17 | then, the act of charity evidently belongs to the will, it 44 2, 18 | principal good. The same evidently applies to the other ~theological 45 2, 22 | to perform. And this ~is evidently untrue, since no virtue 46 2, 40 | Discord from what is not evidently good, may be without ~sin, 47 2, 40 | but discord from what is evidently good, cannot be without 48 2, 56 | virtues, some of which are evidently about the ~passions. Therefore 49 2, 58 | two causes ~of suspicion evidently connote perversity of the 50 2, 76 | does not exist, and this evidently leads to ~inequality which 51 2, 76 | exist, wherefore he would evidently commit a sin of ~injustice. 52 2, 77 | not ~omit to go, so that, evidently, the previous drunkenness 53 2, 86 | in any vow. But this ~is evidently false, because just as the 54 2, 88 | necromantic incantations, which is evidently false. Therefore the ~antecedent 55 2, 92 | Body Para. 4/4~But this is evidently false. For since outward 56 2, 106 | with death: and this is ~evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 57 2, 108 | he has promised something evidently unlawful, because he sinned 58 2, 139 | reason. Now ~temperance evidently inclines man to this, since 59 2, 159 | from magnanimity, which is evidently false. Therefore ~humility 60 2, 159 | or moderation." Now this evidently pertains to ~modesty or 61 2, 160 | less ~grievous are more evidently shameful. Hence Isidore 62 2, 161 | OBJ[3]. St. ~Thomas is evidently alluding to the words of 63 2, 165 | on: "By this ~it may more evidently be discerned wherein pleasure 64 2, 170 | Divine inspiration. This was ~evidently the case with Balaam, of 65 2, 172 | 1:13). ~Thirdly, it is evidently a still higher degree of 66 2, 182 | bound ~thereto; and this is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 67 2, 187 | did it ~always, which is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 68 3, 34 | merited nothing. But this is evidently untrue. Therefore Christ 69 3, 69 | perfect age. But this is evidently false, ~for two reasons. 70 3, 84 | Apocrypha. St. Thomas is evidently ~quoting from memory, and 71 3, 87 | incompatible with charity, which is evidently untrue. Consequently it ~ 72 3, Note| compiler of the Supplement was evidently well ~acquainted with the 73 Suppl, 71| dead, many of whom ~were evidently idolaters and damned. For 74 Suppl, 71| faithful departed: and ~this is evidently false.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 75 Suppl, 84| many ways hidden, to appear evidently to all. ~Now the sentence 76 Suppl, 93| who will be saved, as is evidently the ~case with those who


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