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dulness 30
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75 hurtful
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dumb

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1 2, 31 | not only in common with dumb ~animals, but also in common 2 2, 31 | we ~have in common with dumb animals, but also in the 3 2, 34 | things." But children and dumb animals, in whom ~there 4 2, 34 | fact that children and ~dumb animals seek pleasures, 5 2, 34 | pleasure, even children and dumb animals. ~Therefore pleasure 6 2, 36 | that "from the ~pain that dumb animals feel, it is quite 7 2, 40 | 3) Whether hope is in dumb animals?~(4) Whether despair 8 2, 40 | 1/1~Whether hope is in dumb animals?~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 40 | that there is no hope in dumb animals. Because hope ~is 10 2, 40 | not in the competency of dumb animals, whose ~knowledge 11 2, 40 | Therefore there is no hope in dumb animals.~Aquin.: SMT FS 12 2, 40 | Therefore there is no hope in dumb animals, since they have 13 2, 40 | Therefore there is ~no hope in dumb animals.~Aquin.: SMT FS 14 2, 40 | irascible faculty ~is in dumb animals. Therefore hope 15 2, 40 | is clear that hope is in dumb ~animals. For if a dog see 16 2, 40 | the ~sensitive appetite of dumb animals, and likewise the 17 2, 40 | the sensitive appetite of dumb ~animals, who act from a 18 2, 40 | hope and despair are in dumb animals.~Aquin.: SMT FS 19 2, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although dumb animals do not know the 20 2, 46 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, dumb animals are devoid of reason: 21 2, 46 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Dumb animals have a natural instinct 22 2, 46 | can nevertheless be in dumb animals that are devoid 23 2, 47 | to the ~same subject. But dumb animals do not desire honor. 24 2, 47 | Reply OBJ 2: Although a dumb animal does not seek honor 25 2, 50 | The sensitive powers of dumb animals do not act at the ~ 26 2, 50 | the existence of habits in dumb ~animals: wherefore Augustine 27 2, 56 | powers are common to us and dumb ~animals. But we are now 28 2, 56 | appetite, are common to us and dumb ~animals. But in so far 29 2, 58 | sense the word is applied to dumb ~animals. Thus we read ( 30 2, 102 | pity even with regard to dumb animals, and forbade them 31 2, 105 | except for a fault. But dumb ~animals cannot commit a 32 2, 105 | death. But the death of a dumb animal is reckoned of much ~ 33 2, 105 | punished by the slaying of a dumb animal. Therefore it is ~ 34 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 11: Dumb animals were ordered to 35 2, 110 | from other souls, viz. of dumb animals, and of plants. ~ 36 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, dumb animals have more in common 37 2, 24 | have ~not charity towards dumb animals, as stated above ( 38 2, 24 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Dumb animals are united to us 39 2, 45 | nature than with ~that of dumb animals. Now there are instances 40 2, 45 | certain natural ~prudence in dumb animals, according to the 41 2, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even in dumb animals there are fixed 42 2, 62 | Whether it is a sin to kill dumb animals or even plants?( 43 2, 62 | apparently a sin to slay dumb animals and plants.~Aquin.: 44 2, 62 | Therefore the slaying of dumb animals is a sin.~Aquin.: 45 2, 62 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Dumb animals and plants are devoid 46 2, 62 | it is lawful to kill dumb ~animals, in so far as they 47 2, 69 | the ~case of the deaf and dumb. For an advocate needs to 48 2, 70 | man, heard not; and as a dumb man not opening his mouth."~ 49 2, 81 | consists chiefly in prayer. But dumb animals are ~fitted to call 50 2, 81 | the Divine Persons; ~and dumb animals are devoid of reason. 51 2, 81 | both the Divine Persons and dumb animals, and it is proper 52 2, 81 | Divine goodness. Thus too dumb animals are said to obey 53 2, 93 | them. Now the cause ~of dumb animals' actions is a certain 54 2, 93 | bodily cause. For since dumb animals have naught but 55 2, 93 | use of these actions of dumb ~animals in order to entangle 56 2, 106 | them (Num 16). Moreover, dumb animals, ~which are devoid 57 2, 106 | Vengeance is wrought on dumb animals and ~any other irrational 58 2, 108 | reason. Wherefore though dumb animals manifest something, 59 2, 122 | from fear of which even dumb animals refrain from the 60 2, 162 | them both equal." But in ~dumb animals death is not a punishment 61 2, 162 | immortal, whereas the souls ~of dumb animals are mortal.~Aquin.: 62 2, 170 | nature, is more perfect than dumb animals. ~Yet some dumb 63 2, 170 | dumb animals. ~Yet some dumb animals have foreknowledge 64 2, 170 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even dumb animals have no foreknowledge 65 2, 170 | natural causes effects in dumb animals; and ~Divine grace 66 2, 177 | which are common to us and dumb animals; wherefore as the ~ 67 3, 44 | the deaf to hear and the dumb to speak."~Aquin.: SMT TP 68 3, 67 | present, one of whom is dumb, and the other without hands 69 3, 67 | pronounce the words, ~and the dumb person would have to perform 70 3, 86 | devil the man who was both dumb and deaf, whereby He shows 71 Suppl, 45| in words, through being dumb or of different ~languages. 72 Suppl, 62| concupiscence," for neither can dumb animals be continent, ~because 73 Suppl, 88| them. If all of them, then dumb animals, which had ~previously 74 Suppl, 88| man. on the other ~hand, dumb animals, plants, and minerals, 75 Suppl, 88| Hence, ~granted even that dumb animals merited by serving


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