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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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respective

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | those things of which the respective measures are time and ~eternity.~ 2 1, 28 | any opposition in their ~respective natures; and hence there 3 1, 31 | much less does it remove respective solitude, in ~reference 4 1, 68 | consistency, in proportion to the respective ~density of the earth and 5 1, 70 | them with regard to their ~respective forms, since their form 6 1, 69 | consistency, in proportion to the respective ~density of the earth and 7 1, 71 | them with regard to their ~respective forms, since their form 8 1, 77 | are not affected in their respective operations by ~any natural 9 1, 78 | clearly if we consider their respective actions. ~For to understand 10 1, 81 | clear if we compare their ~respective objects to one another. 11 1, 81 | powers of the soul to their respective acts, except the natural ~ 12 1, 81 | the ~universality of their respective objects, then, as we have 13 1, 82 | their ~relations to their respective objects and acts. For the 14 1, 88 | God has produced in the respective natures of ~natural things 15 1, 95 | names expressive of their respective natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 2, 1 | are established in their respective species by their own forms. 17 2, 3 | lower, according to their respective habitudes ~to that thing. 18 2, 19 | If then we speak of these respective quantities from the point 19 2, 19 | act, ~according to their respective intensity, then the intensity 20 2, 23 | kinds of passion ~have their respective modes of contrariety. Therefore 21 2, 35 | objects. ~According to their respective genera, they are contrary 22 2, 36 | sensitive appetite, their respective inclinations, pain ~or sorrow 23 2, 51 | in accordance with their ~respective temperaments. Again, in 24 2, 57 | powers and habits to ~their respective uses.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] 25 2, 60 | give all moral acts their ~respective inclinations.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 61 | which is foremost in its respective matter, and thus ~they are 27 2, 62 | charity as regards their respective acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] 28 2, 63 | natures to which ~their respective healths are directed. In 29 2, 63 | stated: wherefore their ~respective acts are not identical.~ 30 2, 64 | absolute quantity of the respective objects of these virtues, ~ 31 2, 66 | to have their own proper respective matters (Q[65]~, AA[1],2). 32 2, 68 | the gifts will have their respective acts about things pertaining 33 2, 91 | them, they derive ~their respective inclinations to their proper 34 2, 4 | eternal matters under their ~respective aspects.~Aquin.: SMT SS 35 2, 5 | of a science have their respective ~means of demonstration, 36 2, 5 | referred either to ~their respective proximate motives, and thus 37 2, 17 | due to the change in their respective states.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 38 2, 28 | another ~on the part of their respective estimation of another's 39 2, 51 | prudence is, according to their respective proper natures, it follows ~ 40 2, 59 | another according to the respective ~conditions of those persons.~ 41 2, 117 | them according ~to their respective natures: thus, with regard 42 2, 131 | depends rather ~on their respective species than on their cause 43 2, 138 | which ~they regard in their respective matters. Now things pertaining 44 2, 140 | in order to fulfil their ~respective duties. In like manner penitents, 45 2, 170 | First, ~on account of their respective acts: for prophecy pertains 46 2, 170 | Secondly, on account of their respective ends. For ~prophecy like 47 2, 178 | describes differently their respective straight movements. For 48 2, 181 | are divided into their ~respective parts in different ways. 49 2, 182 | office ~culminates in its respective godlike hierarch or bishop." 50 2, 183 | clergy according to their respective merits." Accordingly if ~ 51 2, 186 | and secondarily on their respective exercises. ~Nevertheless 52 3, 62 | in each according to its respective nature.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 53 3, 74 | various sacraments have their respective matters. ~But water is the 54 3, 82 | the ~fulfillment of their respective duties. And because the 55 3, 89 | of ~the exercise of their respective orders, because it is a 56 3, 89 | in the exercise of their respective orders, with the assurance 57 Suppl, 3 | less according to their respective relations to the common 58 Suppl, 17| in comparison with ~their respective acts, one of which presupposes 59 Suppl, 35| enabled to proceed to their respective actions unless there be ~ 60 Suppl, 35| minor Orders, because their respective powers are ~distinct, and 61 Suppl, 37| instructing them in their ~respective offices and by doing something 62 Suppl, 64| to the head in their own respective capacities, so is ~the head 63 Suppl, 69| are maintained by their respective ~places: yet these same 64 Suppl, 69| souls consigned to their respective ~abodes are utterly cut 65 Suppl, 72| them will retain ~their respective substantial form, namely 66 Suppl, 72| both in ~reference to their respective offices, and somewhat in 67 Suppl, 78| members should have their respective ~acts after the resurrection. 68 Suppl, 79| bodies) differ in their respective complexions, and this must ~ 69 Appen1, 1| bodies, according to their respective states; and first we shall ~


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