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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 15 | the Philosopher ~clearly teaches in Metaph. xii. Therefore 2 1, 16 | false, as the Philosopher teaches (Praedicam. iii). Therefore 3 1, 30 | predicated, as Boethius teaches in ~the same book.~Aquin.: 4 1, 32 | to prove that what faith teaches is not impossible. Hence 5 1, 42 | of him who commands and teaches ~than of him who obeys and 6 1, 42 | do I." The ~Father also teaches the Son: "The Father loveth 7 1, 51 | other members, as Dionysius teaches ~(Coel. Hier.).~Aquin.: 8 1, 66 | not sent, as Dionysius teaches (Coel. Hier. xii). For this 9 1, 67 | Reply OBJ 4: As Augustine teaches (Confess. xii; Gen. ad lit. 10 1, 68 | observed, as Augustine teaches (Gen. ad lit. i, 18). The 11 1, 71 | virtually, as Augustine teaches. Not as though the power 12 1, 42 | of him who commands and teaches ~than of him who obeys and 13 1, 42 | do I." The ~Father also teaches the Son: "The Father loveth 14 1, 52 | other members, as Dionysius teaches ~(Coel. Hier.).~Aquin.: 15 1, 67 | not sent, as Dionysius teaches (Coel. Hier. xii). For this 16 1, 68 | Reply OBJ 4: As Augustine teaches (Confess. xii; Gen. ad lit. 17 1, 69 | observed, as Augustine teaches (Gen. ad lit. i, 18). The 18 1, 71 | virtually, as Augustine teaches. Not as though the power 19 1, 87 | Comment. De Anima iii) teaches that in this ~present life 20 1, 104 | written (Ps. 93:10) that God "teaches man knowledge." Therefore 21 1, 116 | OBJ 2: Further, if one man teaches another this is only inasmuch 22 1, 116 | before. Wherefore ~anyone who teaches, leads the disciple from 23 2, 51 | Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 1,2) teaches that habits of ~virtue and 24 2, 74 | lxxviii). Now Augustine ~teaches that consent to delectation 25 2, 90 | since as the ~Philosopher teaches (Ethic. vii, 3); hence we 26 2, 98 | Sanct. viii): ~"All whom God teaches, he teaches out of pity; 27 2, 98 | All whom God teaches, he teaches out of pity; but whom He 28 2, 98 | out of pity; but whom He teaches not, ~out of justice He 29 2, 98 | not, ~out of justice He teaches not": for this is due to 30 2, 100 | Philosopher (Polit. iv, 1) teaches that the laws which are 31 2, 108 | Body Para. 4/4~Lastly, He teaches us how to fulfil the teaching 32 2, 108 | away with this, Our Lord teaches that man should be prepared ~ 33 2, 108 | covetousness. Wherefore Our Lord teaches that we should not ~demand 34 2, 108 | hatred. ~Wherefore Our Lord teaches us that we ought to love 35 2, 5 | themselves that the Church teaches, for instance that ~there 36 2, 5 | assents to whatever the Church teaches; otherwise, ~if, of the 37 2, 7 | concerning which faith teaches us, we should nowise fear 38 2, 15 | from ~another before he teaches another. Now the Old Law 39 2, 23 | capacity, as the Master teaches (Sent. ~ii, D, 3). Therefore 40 2, 30 | into my bosom: and he ~who teaches another, makes progress 41 2, 41 | Contra Ep. Parmen. iii, 2) teaches ~that "punishment for sin 42 2, 41 | teaching: and Our ~Lord teaches (Mt. 15:14) that we ought 43 2, 42 | works in us by His grace, He teaches us ~first of all by His 44 2, 62 | 2). Wherefore our Lord teaches that ~we should rather allow 45 2, 81 | that this prayer not only teaches us to ask, but also ~directs 46 2, 91 | Holy ~Writ." But Holy Writ teaches us to worship God. Therefore 47 2, 122 | alone, whereas he that ~teaches does good to many. Therefore 48 2, 122 | the Christian faith, which teaches us to despise things ~visible 49 2, 179 | intelligible truth; ~whereas he who teaches another does something in 50 2, 179 | mysteries ~of God," one angel teaches another by cleansing, enlightening, 51 2, 185 | whose scandal our Lord teaches us ~to despise (Mt. 15:12- 52 2, 187 | whatsoever He will, for He teaches the mind by the merest touch." ~ 53 3, 7 | For it behooves him who teaches to have the means of making 54 3, 8 | divers ~acts, as the Apostle teaches (Rm. 12; 1 Cor. 12), so 55 3, 12 | the soul of the ~man who teaches the intelligible species 56 3, 12 | master is not taught, but teaches. Therefore Christ did not 57 3, 12 | assumed for us; and Jesus teaches them directly." Now to teach ~ 58 3, 35 | said of one master who ~teaches many disciples the same 59 3, 41 | before being tempted, He teaches us the ~need of fasting 60 3, 43 | the doctrine that a man teaches. For ~since those things 61 3, 46 | that, As the Philosopher teaches (Metaph. v), there are several ~ 62 3, 66 | action done; thus he who teaches, need not say, "I teach ~ 63 3, 67 | perfect," as Dionysius ~teaches (Eccl. Hier. v); and "to 64 3, 80 | that our Lord (Lk. 11:3), teaches us to pray, "Give us this 65 3, 83 | the Church. Hence our Lord teaches us to pray (Lk. ~11:3): " 66 3, 84 | despair, as the Apostle teaches (2 Cor. 2:7), saying: "Lest 67 3, 84 | sinners, especially as He teaches us to pray (Mt. 6:12): ~" 68 3, 85 | says: "It is prudence that teaches us the unhappiness of earthly 69 3, 88 | Donat. i, 12): "Our Lord teaches ~most explicitly in the 70 Suppl, 43| of one's life; hence he teaches that we ought to add the ~ 71 Suppl, 59| 2: Further, the Old Law teaches the same faith as the New. 72 Suppl, 71| qui in fide dormierunt) ~teaches that candles and oil should


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