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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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physician

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1 1, 14 | practical knowledge of the physician, inasmuch ~as he cures them 2 1, 76 | self, for instance, as ~a physician heals; or by virtue of a 3 1, 75 | self, for instance, as ~a physician heals; or by virtue of a 4 1, 102 | acted upon; as the best physician is not the one who can only ~ 5 1, 116 | producing the effect. Thus the physician strengthens nature, and ~ 6 1, 116 | brings exterior help as ~the physician who heals: but just as the 7 2, 9 | that he can be healed ~by a physician: and this he wills. But 8 2, 13 | Thus in the work of ~a physician health is the end: wherefore 9 2, 13 | matter of choice for ~a physician, but a matter of principle. 10 2, 13 | which is the end, as the physician produces health ~(wherefore 11 2, 13 | said to be the end of the ~physician); or in so far as man, in 12 2, 33 | perfects ~operation, not as a physician makes a man healthy, but 13 2, 68 | borrowed light. Again, a physician, who knows the medical art ~ 14 2, 79 | their profit: just as a physician would seem to take pleasure 15 2, 13 | incurable to an all-powerful physician," as a ~gloss says on Ps. 16 2, 19 | him; for instance, if a physician were to despair of healing 17 2, 26 | limit to the means: thus the physician does not put ~limits to 18 2, 31 | brother: and just as the physician of the body ~restores the 19 2, 41 | himself from sin. Thus a physician on seeing a man partaking 20 2, 42 | something else: thus for a physician, it is ~due for its own 21 2, 62 | welfare. ~Thus it belongs to a physician to cut off a decayed limb, 22 2, 69 | The same applies to a ~physician with regard to attendance 23 2, 69 | unjust cause. For just as a physician proves his skill by healing 24 2, 69 | an unjust cause. Now a physician is praised if he heals a 25 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The physician injures no man by undertaking 26 2, 69 | The same applies to the physician who attends on a sick person ~ 27 2, 81 | mercifully not heard. For the physician knows better than the sick 28 2, 93 | observing their causes: thus a physician ~foretells death from the 29 2, 94 | certain symptoms, which ~the physician observes. Therefore it seems 30 2, 98 | sell ~his just advocacy, a physician his advice for health, and 31 2, 105 | rather that of a kindly physician, by ~healing the ingratitude 32 2, 108 | the greater: even so a physician cuts off a limb, lest the 33 2, 146 | remedy for sickness ~if the physician prescribes it.~Aquin.: SMT 34 2, 148 | much at the advice of the physician, that ~they may be purged 35 2, 148 | eats or drinks much at the ~physician's advice in order to provoke 36 2, 160 | manifest. For just as a ~wise physician, in order to cure a worse 37 2, 170 | knowledge even by man: thus a physician foreknows future health 38 2, 172 | remote ~objects; even so a physician is thought more of, if he 39 2, 172 | more praise is awarded the ~physician who is able to heal a sick 40 2, 182 | observes ~(Polit. i, 3); thus a physician does not measure the amount 41 2, 184 | various ~practices, just as a physician may use various remedies 42 2, 186 | adapted to the end. Thus a physician does not heal the ~more 43 3, 1 | are in health need not a ~physician, but they that are ill . . . 44 3, 1 | infirmity he might cry out for a physician, and beseech the aid of 45 3, 1 | the ~persons. For if the physician were to give the medicine 46 3, 35 | demanded a more skilful physician."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 47 3, 40 | the lost sheep, and the physician in ~his attendance on the 48 3, 52 | souls from them, just as a ~physician is said to free a man from 49 3, 61 | are in health need not a physician." Now the sacraments are ~ 50 3, 64 | it: ~for instance, that a physician's body, which is the instrument 51 3, 68 | are in health need ~not a physician, but they that are ill." 52 3, 68 | the remedy of Christ the physician of ~our souls, it seems 53 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The physician of souls, i.e. Christ, works 54 3, 80 | are in health need not a physician." Now they ~that are spiritually 55 3, 84 | declares Himself ~to be the physician welcomed not of the hale, 56 3, 84 | unhealthy. What ~sort of a physician is he who knows not how 57 3, 84 | hundred times it is for the physician to heal him a ~hundred times: 58 3, 84 | succeed, he would be a poor ~physician in comparison with them."~ 59 Suppl, 6 | Consol. i): "If you want the ~physician to be of assistance to you, 60 Suppl, 6 | to ~delay sending for the physician, it would be detrimental 61 Suppl, 6 | for bodily health that the physician ~be sent for at once, except 62 Suppl, 8 | s superior; even as ~one physician is cured by another, not 63 Suppl, 8 | cured by another, not as a physician but as a patient.~Aquin.: 64 Suppl, 9 | medicine for the body, the physician ~should know not only the 65 Suppl, 18| Therefore just as ~sometimes the physician prudently refrains from 66 Suppl, 21| lawful and ~salutary: thus a physician makes a sick man undergo 67 Suppl, 21| and again since a prudent physician begins with ~lighter and 68 Suppl, 32| be anointed. For ~a wise physician heals the disease in its 69 Suppl, 64| wife's concupiscence. Now a physician who has the care of a sick ~ 70 Suppl, 79| attention ~to the other: thus a physician while considering urine


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