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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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approaches

   Part, Question
1 1, 40 | distinction is, the nearer it approaches ~to unity; and so it must 2 1, 50 | Further, the more a thing approaches to unity, so much the less ~ 3 1, 50 | natures the angelic nature approaches nearest to God. Therefore 4 1, 56 | essence. Such knowledge then approaches rather to ~the specular 5 1, 56 | knowledge; nevertheless it approaches more to one of ~them, as 6 1, 65 | And the nearer a creature ~approaches God, Who is immovable, the 7 1, 67 | it is not corrupted, but approaches and moves around with the 8 1, 74 | the higher region of ~air approaches, as Augustine says (Gen. 9 1, 77 | For ~the intellectual soul approaches nearest to the likeness 10 1, 77 | 1: The intellectual soul approaches to the Divine likeness, ~ 11 1, 40 | distinction is, the nearer it approaches ~to unity; and so it must 12 1, 51 | Further, the more a thing approaches to unity, so much the less ~ 13 1, 51 | natures the angelic nature approaches nearest to God. Therefore 14 1, 57 | essence. Such knowledge then approaches rather to ~the specular 15 1, 57 | knowledge; nevertheless it approaches more to one of ~them, as 16 1, 66 | And the nearer a creature ~approaches God, Who is immovable, the 17 1, 68 | it is not corrupted, but approaches and moves around with the 18 1, 73 | the higher region of ~air approaches, as Augustine says (Gen. 19 1, 76 | For ~the intellectual soul approaches nearest to the likeness 20 1, 76 | 1: The intellectual soul approaches to the Divine likeness, ~ 21 1, 77 | generative power, in a way, ~approaches to the dignity of the sensitive 22 1, 77 | highest in an inferior nature ~approaches to that which is lowest 23 1, 92 | likeness is, the nearer it ~approaches to the nature of an image. 24 1, 92 | look for it where the ~soul approaches the nearest to a representation 25 1, 104 | and all the more, as it approaches nearer ~to the First and 26 1, 107 | its definition that it "approaches ~a resemblance to God, as 27 2, 4 | as being more Godlike, ~approaches nearer than that of action 28 2, 22 | which the nearer a thing approaches, the more intense ~it is. 29 2, 22 | which ~the nearer a thing approaches the more light it possesses. 30 2, 35 | in the end, when a thing approaches the term that is ~suitable 31 2, 36 | from a higher place, and approaches naturally to a ~lower place. 32 2, 46 | from this moderation and approaches to an extreme disposition, 33 2, 66 | another, according as it approaches ~nearer to the reason. Consequently 34 2, 66 | only from the fact that it approaches nearer than another to ~ 35 2, 69 | man is moved ~towards, and approaches the happy end by works of 36 2, 80 | gradually ~through all the approaches to the senses, it adapts 37 2, 88 | OBJ 4: Further, whoever approaches one term, from that very 38 2, 88 | opposite. Now whoever sins, approaches a mutable good, and, ~consequently 39 2, 105 | this kind of government approaches nearest in resemblance ~ 40 2, 113 | turns to God, even as a body approaches one point and withdraws 41 2, 42 | so much the more, as he approaches by ~some kind of likeness 42 2, 45 | judged. And ~since this act approaches nearer to the end of the 43 2, 79 | their end. And religion approaches ~nearer to God than the 44 2, 93 | concerning duels, save that ~it approaches nearer to the common kind 45 2, 102 | and to this rule one will approaches more than ~another, according 46 2, 159 | other virtues whereby man approaches God ~directly, are greater 47 2, 172 | corporeal things, for it approaches nearer to the heavenly ~ 48 2, 172 | 1: The prophecy of David approaches near to the vision of ~Moses, 49 3, 36 | First, because no other star approaches from the ~same quarter as 50 3, 61 | Further, the nearer a thing approaches to that which is perfect, ~ 51 3, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He who approaches a sacrament, receives it 52 3, 64 | of a ~sacrament, he who approaches a sacrament could not know 53 3, 69 | Therefore when an ~adult approaches Baptism, he does indeed 54 3, 69 | he receives more heat who approaches nearest ~to it, although 55 3, 69 | he wills not. Now whoever approaches Baptism, by that very fact ~ 56 3, 69 | he approach ~Baptism, he approaches insincerely, which is the 57 3, 69 | come to life. But he who approaches Baptism insincerely, receives 58 3, 72 | 2],5), therefore he who approaches ~this sacrament is upheld 59 3, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: He that approaches this sacrament with actual 60 3, 80 | refused to the sinner that ~approaches it?~(7) Whether nocturnal 61 3, 80 | this sin, whereby a man approaches Christ's table with ~consciousness 62 3, 83 | is required of him ~who approaches this sacrament; and this 63 Suppl, 3 | operation of the higher powers approaches to the ~objects of the lower 64 Suppl, 8 | the action of the man who approaches the sacrament of ~Penance 65 Suppl, 10| of which he is conscious, approaches to God as ~much as he can: 66 Suppl, 25| giver: and in so far as he approaches to ~this, he will gain the 67 Suppl, 34| operation of the one who ~approaches the sacrament, as was the 68 Suppl, 36| and ~knowledge that a man approaches nearer to God and receives 69 Suppl, 37| Further, the Order of acolytes approaches nearer to the priestly ~ 70 Suppl, 38| Church, he sins, and ~thus approaches the sacrament insincerely 71 Suppl, 90| For the nearer a thing approaches ~to the Divine likeness,


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