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alienations 1
alienum 1
alight 1
alike 75
alio 2
aliqui 1
aliquid 4
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76 supposita
75 119
75 accompanied
75 alike
75 ancient
75 clean
75 conclude
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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alike

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | equally white are said to be alike in whiteness; and this is 2 1, 4 | way, we speak of things as alike which ~communicate in form 3 1, 4 | some things are said to be alike which ~communicate in the 4 1, 18 | end of the ~action being alike determined for them by their 5 1, 42 | form makes things to be alike, not to be equal. Therefore, 6 1, 42 | common form may be said to be alike, ~even if they do not participate 7 1, 56 | as cause and effect ~are alike. Therefore if likeness without 8 1, 60 | natural love angel and man alike love God before themselves 9 1, 62 | and an angel are ordained alike for ~beatitude: consequently 10 1, 62 | beatitude in angel and man alike can be from ~merely one 11 1, 62 | Further, man and angel are alike ordained for beatitude or 12 1, 63 | capability of sinning is common alike to man and angel. ~But there 13 1, 75 | And the process of life is alike in both; ~because "all things 14 1, 75 | because "all things breathe alike, and man hath nothing more 15 1, 75 | the body; for all ~animals alike are made of earth. But it 16 1, 75 | Again the process of life is alike as ~to the body, concerning 17 1, 75 | 19): "All things ~breathe alike," and (Wis. 2:2), "The breath 18 1, 75 | But the process is not alike of the soul; for man is 19 1, 75 | Thus death comes to both alike as to the body, by not as 20 1, 42 | form makes things to be alike, not to be equal. Therefore, 21 1, 42 | common form may be said to be alike, ~even if they do not participate 22 1, 57 | as cause and effect ~are alike. Therefore if likeness without 23 1, 61 | natural love angel and man alike love God before themselves 24 1, 63 | and an angel are ordained alike for ~beatitude: consequently 25 1, 63 | beatitude in angel and man alike can be from ~merely one 26 1, 63 | Further, man and angel are alike ordained for beatitude or 27 1, 64 | capability of sinning is common alike to man and angel. ~But there 28 1, 74 | And the process of life is alike in both; ~because "all things 29 1, 74 | because "all things breathe alike, and man hath nothing more 30 1, 74 | the body; for all ~animals alike are made of earth. But it 31 1, 74 | Again the process of life is alike as ~to the body, concerning 32 1, 74 | 19): "All things ~breathe alike," and (Wis. 2:2), "The breath 33 1, 74 | But the process is not alike of the soul; for man is 34 1, 74 | Thus death comes to both alike as to the body, by not as 35 1, 91 | from another individual ~alike in species. But the woman 36 1, 99 | of the ~species, must be alike in parent and child, unless 37 1, 99 | do not necessarily exist alike in parent and child. ~Now 38 1, 110 | enlightenment are in one way alike ~and in another way unlike. 39 1, 113 | seeds above mentioned, can alike be produced by the operation 40 2, 27 | whiteness are said to be ~alike. Another kind of likeness 41 2, 27 | very fact that two men are alike, having, as it were, ~one 42 2, 52 | one and the same habit are alike (Ethic. ii, ~1,2). Therefore 43 2, 94 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: All men alike, both guilty and innocent, 44 2, 102 | his wickedness are hateful alike" (Wis. 14:9).~Aquin.: SMT 45 2, 105 | regards fruits. For all alike were allowed on entering 46 2, 114 | does not come upon all ~alike. But temporal goods regard 47 2, 114 | the good and the wicked alike; according ~to Eccles. 9: 48 2, 2 | aspect, they do not all alike lead man to beatitude: ~ 49 2, 18 | diversity of sins, all of which ~alike however lead man away from 50 2, 20 | a sort of kindred vice, alike, not in truth ~but only 51 2, 23 | measure, since happiness is alike in both, according to Mt. 52 2, 53 | his wickedness are hateful alike." ~Now it is written (Rm. 53 2, 61 | of two men circumstanced alike He sometimes ~upraises one 54 2, 62 | merely have life, are all alike for ~animals, and all animals 55 2, 62 | clerics and laymen are alike bound to observe the moral 56 2, 124 | we must seemingly judge alike ~of love and fear. Now it 57 2, 140 | vii, 6. Secondly, they are alike as to the ~result. For a 58 2, 147 | OBJ 1: Meat and drink are alike capable of hindering the 59 2, 147 | about both meat and drink alike. But intoxicating ~drink 60 2, 185 | religious ~and seculars alike. Yet not everyone sins that 61 3, 1 | have been bestowed on all alike, as though they were bestowed ~ 62 3, 5 | thing. For if they were ~alike in all points, it would 63 3, 31 | again, because they were alike in wickedness and misfortune.~ 64 3, 46 | represent 3 and 6 are somewhat alike.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 65 3, 49 | his wickedness are hateful alike"; and Ps. 5:7: "Thou hatest ~ 66 3, 56 | extends to the good and wicked alike, ~who are subject to His 67 3, 56 | resurrection of the good and wicked alike, still its exemplarity extends ~ 68 3, 59 | the good and wicked angels alike were judged in the ~beginning 69 3, 76 | sacramental species ~yet not alike in each. For the body of 70 3, 83 | common to priest and people ~alike, such as the "common prayers"; 71 Suppl, 29| Writ is proposed to all alike: and so, the form of ~Baptism, 72 Suppl, 41| 1~OBJ 5: Further, things alike in species are judged alike. 73 Suppl, 41| alike in species are judged alike. But marriage ~intercourse 74 Suppl, 55| of like things we judge alike. Now if a marriage ought ~ 75 Suppl, 59| husband are to be judged alike, neither can ~the believer


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