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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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commonly

   Part, Question
1 1, 28 | considered as an accident; which ~commonly applies to each of them 2 1, 29 | both matter and form are commonly called nature. And as the ~ 3 1, 29 | signified by the definition, is commonly called nature. And here 4 1, 29 | hypostasis in Greek, is commonly taken amongst us to mean ~ 5 1, 35 | that, The Greek Doctors commonly say that the Holy Ghost 6 1, 35 | the other Greek Doctors commonly employ the ~term image as 7 1, 36 | procession is the one most commonly ~applied to all that denotes 8 1, 37 | consider that since a thing is ~commonly denominated from its forms, 9 1, 45 | philosophers ~considered it as a commonly received axiom that "nothing 10 1, 51 | so apparent as to be seen commonly by all; just as the ~angels 11 1, 66 | 1/1~I answer that, It is commonly said that the first things 12 1, 37 | consider that since a thing is ~commonly denominated from its forms, 13 1, 46 | philosophers ~considered it as a commonly received axiom that "nothing 14 1, 52 | so apparent as to be seen commonly by all; just as the ~angels 15 1, 67 | 1/1~I answer that, It is commonly said that the first things 16 1, 77 | three parts of the soul are commonly assigned - namely, ~the 17 1, 81 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as is commonly said, charity is in the 18 1, 81 | soul. And thus they are commonly understood, and ~in this 19 1, 92 | like to God first and most commonly ~because they exist; secondly, 20 1, 107 | taken in two ways. First, commonly, considered as the ~medium 21 1, 108 | the angelic orders; as ~is commonly supposed. Therefore, if 22 1, 108 | from every order, as is ~commonly said, many of the demons 23 2, 25 | answer that, These four are commonly called the principal passions. ~ 24 2, 62 | it be understood of love, commonly so called, then each ~virtue 25 2, 68 | opposed to the ~seven virtues, commonly so called. Therefore the 26 2, 68 | differ from ~the virtues commonly so called.~Aquin.: SMT FS 27 2, 68 | Ethic. ~vii, 1) above virtue commonly so called, places a kind 28 2, 81 | greater probability and more commonly that ~all those that are 29 2, 102 | Vulg.: 'herodionem'], commonly ~called a falcon, signifies 30 2, 4 | virtue of faith from faith ~commonly so called, which has no 31 2, 23 | of Paul of Friuli, more commonly known as Paul the Deacon, 32 2, 48 | sufficiently by prudence commonly so ~called. Therefore there 33 2, 48 | directs himself by prudence commonly so called, in ~relation 34 2, 48 | therefore, just as prudence commonly so called which ~governs 35 2, 56 | is first of all and more commonly exercised in voluntary ~ 36 2, 70 | convicium], ~because "vice" is commonly spoken of in connection 37 2, 86 | from those vows that are commonly ~made and frequently require 38 2, 116 | covetousness are not as commonly ~stated, namely, "treachery, 39 2, 118 | framing laws attend to what commonly happens: ~although if the 40 2, 120 | remaining are ~about justice commonly so called, which is observed 41 2, 143 | excellence of wealth is commonly regarded ~as making a man 42 2, 176 | in this respect they are commonly called "signs": but ~on 43 2, 185 | Those precepts that are commonly enjoined upon all are ~equally 44 2, 186 | those philosophers who are ~commonly called Bactroperatae [*i.e. 45 2, 186 | accept such things as are ~commonly necessary for the upkeep 46 3, 3 | power is indifferently and commonly in all the ~Persons. Moreover, 47 3, 7 | only differs from virtue ~commonly so called by a more perfect 48 3, 7 | not in Christ. For, as is ~commonly said, the gifts are given 49 3, 16 | eternally God, yet man, speaking commonly, was not always God. ~Thirdly, 50 3, 60 | use principally and more commonly to signify that ~particular 51 3, 60 | signification which is most commonly employed ~for the action 52 3, 60 | signified: thus water ~is most commonly used by men for bodily cleansing, 53 3, 62 | confer, in addition to grace ~commonly so called, a certain special 54 3, 62 | confer, over and above grace ~commonly so called, and in addition 55 3, 62 | grace is compared to grace commonly so called, ~as species to 56 3, 62 | equivocal to speak of grace commonly so called and of sacramental ~ 57 3, 65 | sacraments, as given above, is ~commonly adopted by all.~Aquin.: 58 3, 66 | Wine and oil are not so commonly used for washing, as ~water. 59 3, 66 | Baptism, because it is more ~commonly employed in washing, so 60 3, 70 | use an iron ~knife more commonly than a stone knife. Therefore 61 3, 72 | 3~However, the apostles commonly made use of chrism in bestowing 62 3, 72 | oil: nor are the latter commonly used, ~unless it be to supply 63 3, 74 | since bodily ~cleansing is commonly done with water; so bread 64 3, 74 | wine, wherewith men ~are commonly fed, are employed in this 65 3, 74 | matter is adopted as is commonly made use of among men. Now 66 3, 74 | breads wheaten bread is more commonly used by men; since other ~ 67 3, 75 | things which are the more commonly used by men, namely, ~bread 68 3, 76 | adapted for eating, as men commonly are fed on the flesh of 69 3, 78 | but ~for that which is commonly related to both, i.e. that 70 Suppl, 9 | that act which is ~most commonly employed for the purpose 71 Suppl, 29| sacrament there ~is no form commonly used by all, since various 72 Suppl, 35| sacrament of Order. For it is commonly agreed that the sacrament 73 Suppl, 72| iii, 14), "that which is commonly observed ~in all, marks 74 Suppl, 72| Now ~resurrection applies commonly to all. Therefore it is 75 Suppl, 80| with another body, as is commonly admitted. Therefore it will ~ 76 Suppl, 93| aureole, although it is very commonly taken ~in this sense.~Aquin.:


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