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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accompanied

   Part, Question
1 1, 42 | generation would be material, and accompanied with ~movement; which is 2 1, 43 | be applied to that giving accompanied ~with a visible sign which 3 1, 75 | sensitive soul are evidently accompanied ~with change in the body; 4 1, 75 | the object on the sense is accompanied with change in the body; 5 1, 75 | passions of a like nature are ~accompanied by a change in the body. 6 1, 75 | diversity of species is always accompanied with ~a diversity of nature; 7 1, 42 | generation would be material, and accompanied with ~movement; which is 8 1, 43 | be applied to that giving accompanied ~with a visible sign which 9 1, 74 | sensitive soul are evidently accompanied ~with change in the body; 10 1, 74 | the object on the sense is accompanied with change in the body; 11 1, 74 | passions of a like nature are ~accompanied by a change in the body. 12 1, 74 | diversity of species is always accompanied with ~a diversity of nature; 13 1, 109 | sensitive appetite, which is ~accompanied with a certain bodily change, 14 2, 17 | the sensitive appetite is ~accompanied by a formal transmutation 15 2, 22 | Anima i, 5). But passion, accompanied by the loss of ~something, 16 2, 22 | argument is true of passion accompanied by ~transmutation to something 17 2, 29 | sensitive perception is accompanied by a certain impression; 18 2, 31 | the sensitive appetite is accompanied by a bodily ~transmutation, 19 2, 31 | properly speaking, ~when accompanied by bodily transmutation. 20 2, 31 | sensitive appetite, are ~accompanied by some alteration in the 21 2, 33 | work of contemplation is accompanied by ~some operation of the 22 2, 35 | accidentally in so far as it ~is accompanied by wonder, as in stage-plays; 23 2, 35 | however, outward pain is ~accompanied by inward pain, and then 24 2, 41 | organ, such ~movement being accompanied by a bodily transmutation. 25 2, 41 | sensitive appetite: for it is accompanied by ~a certain transmutation - 26 2, 46 | faculty?~(4) Whether anger is accompanied by an act of reason?~(5) 27 2, 46 | Moreover, anger is always accompanied by hope, wherefore it causes ~ 28 2, 58 | prove to be, unless it be ~accompanied by right reason, which rectifies 29 2, 61 | is a "habit," ~should be accompanied by a certain firmness so 30 2, 69 | the possession of which is accompanied by ~sorrow. Again, it is 31 2, 74 | appetitive power, is always accompanied by an ~act of prudence, 32 2, 74 | higher ~reason is always accompanied by deliberate consideration 33 2, 81 | nature is there virtually accompanied by that guilt.~Aquin.: SMT 34 2, 113 | conversion of Paul, which was ~accompanied at the same time by a miraculous 35 2, 1 | the other: and if ~this be accompanied by doubt or fear of the 36 2, 2 | the intellect, which is ~accompanied by some kind of inquiry, 37 2, 2 | meritorious act; ~but, when accompanied by charity, the act of faith 38 2, 13 | judgment, wherein ~justice is accompanied with mercy, man is hindered 39 2, 18 | faith, since the one is accompanied by mortal ~sin and the other 40 2, 18 | but not the fear which is ~accompanied by security.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 35 | against charity, unless it be accompanied by an error about ~things 42 2, 36 | Further, contention is accompanied by raising of the voice. 43 2, 86 | God in so far as it is accompanied by a spiritual consecration 44 2, 87 | Observe that an oath must be accompanied by ~these conditions, truth, 45 2, 89 | Teaching should ~not be accompanied with a flute or any artificial 46 2, 96 | 3]), an ~oath should be accompanied by judgment and justice 47 2, 114 | flattery, through ~being accompanied by deceit, seems to be a 48 2, 117 | Further, a disorder that is accompanied by a laudable ~circumstance 49 2, 117 | covetousness is ~sometimes accompanied by a laudable circumstance, 50 2, 117 | disorder of prodigality is accompanied by a ~circumstance that 51 2, 122 | anything, especially when it is accompanied by the pains of bodily ~ 52 2, 152 | while sometimes it is ~accompanied by a certain emotion either 53 2, 152 | they were ~speculative, or accompanied by abhorrence, and then 54 2, 171 | prophetic revelation is always accompanied by abstraction ~from the 55 2, 171 | Whether prophecy is always accompanied by knowledge of the things ~ 56 2, 171 | prophetic vision is always accompanied by abstraction from ~the 57 2, 171 | prophetic vision is always accompanied by ~abstraction from the 58 2, 171 | Therefore prophecy is always accompanied by abstraction from the ~ 59 2, 171 | prophetic vision is always accompanied ~by abstraction from the 60 2, 171 | revelation to be always accompanied by abstraction from the ~ 61 2, 171 | prophetic vision is not ~accompanied by abstraction from the 62 2, 172 | Whether the prophecy which is accompanied by intellective and imaginative ~ 63 2, 172 | excellent than that which is accompanied by intellective ~vision 64 2, 172 | excellent than that which is accompanied by ~intellective vision 65 2, 173 | to wit, whether it were accompanied by his body or not.~Aquin.: 66 3, 30 | prophecy ~is more excellent if accompanied by intellectual and imaginary 67 3, 30 | imaginary vision, ~than if accompanied by only one of them. Now 68 3, 36 | brightness" (Lk. 2:9) ~accompanied the angelic apparition, 69 3, 44 | show ~that His Divine word, accompanied by His operation, works 70 3, 85 | because it is a passion accompanied by a bodily ~alteration, 71 3, 85 | manner, penance is a passion accompanied by a bodily ~alteration, 72 3, 85 | and it is thus that it is accompanied by a bodily ~alteration. 73 3, 86 | the ~forgiveness of sin is accompanied by a habitual change resulting 74 Suppl, 2 | the ~generation of a body, accompanied by corruption of another 75 Suppl, 28| and their hair shorn away, accompanied by their priests, present ~


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