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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Q[1], A[9]), Holy Writ puts before ~us spiritual and 2 1, 20 | to that other. Thus ~he puts the other, as it were, in 3 1, 25 | of order which a wise man puts into things made by him 4 1, 46 | without itself being changed, puts off doing what it proposes 5 1, 54 | Augustine (De Trin. x) ~puts it in the mind; although 6 1, 58 | can be said, as Augustine puts it (Gen. ad ~lit. iv, 23), 7 1, 47 | without itself being changed, puts off doing what it proposes 8 1, 55 | Augustine (De Trin. x) ~puts it in the mind; although 9 1, 59 | can be said, as Augustine puts it (Gen. ad ~lit. iv, 23), 10 1, 78 | And in this way Augustine puts the will in the mind; and ~ 11 2, 2 | instruments for the man that puts them into motion, that by 12 2, 13 | thing which is the means, or puts it to some ~use. And thus 13 2, 19 | God, yet the erring reason puts forward its judgment as 14 2, 25 | 7] sqq.) omits ~hope and puts desire in its place.~Aquin.: 15 2, 25 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine puts desire or covetousness in 16 2, 40 | four principal passions puts cupidity in ~the place of 17 2, 48 | Rhet. ~ii, 3) that "time puts an end to anger." Therefore 18 2, 49 | And so ~the Philosopher puts "to have" among the "post-predicaments," 19 2, 50 | quality; whereas Aristotle puts heat in the third.~Aquin.: 20 2, 50 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 13) puts various habits in ~the various 21 2, 50 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 2,3,10) puts science, ~wisdom and understanding, 22 2, 50 | 13). Now the ~Philosopher puts the intellectual virtues, 23 2, 55 | righteousness of its own by which it puts ~those outward things right 24 2, 57 | s appetitive power that puts all the powers and habits 25 2, 61 | according as the reason puts its ~order into something 26 2, 64 | as that which the reason ~puts into some particular matter. 27 2, 69 | joyfulness of heart, and this he puts aside by saying: ~"Blessed 28 2, 76 | in which sense ~Dionysius puts nescience in the angels ( 29 2, 81 | I answer that, Augustine puts this question in the Enchiridion 30 2, 85 | power acts on ~another and puts it out of order.~Aquin.: 31 2, 106 | Ascension. Moreover, this puts out of court the ~senseless 32 2, 113 | Now the infusion of grace puts something into our ~soul, 33 2, 23 | first infuses charity, He puts ~something in the soul that 34 2, 23 | He ~increases charity, He puts something there which was 35 2, 24 | Nevertheless the judge puts this ~into effect, not out 36 2, 26 | he possibly can; but he puts ~a limit to medicine, for 37 2, 31 | finds his ~honor lost, he puts no curb on his sinning. 38 2, 36 | of which we are speaking puts on a loud ~voice, for the 39 2, 53 | OBJ 3: Further, whoever puts something by that he may 40 2, 62 | according to its powers; ~for it puts to death those who are dangerous 41 2, 62 | very God whom we worship puts ~evildoers to death, according 42 2, 62 | God's minister" lawfully puts ~evil-doers to death, according 43 2, 62 | in obedience to the judge puts to death the man who has ~ 44 2, 62 | evidence, for it is not he that puts the innocent ~man to death, 45 2, 73 | something reprehensible ~which puts him to shame. Now such are 46 2, 86 | purpose of doing good, he puts his hand to ~the plough. 47 2, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He that puts his hand to the plough does 48 2, 86 | promise: even so, he that puts his hand to the plough does ~ 49 2, 86 | Now he who vows to fast puts himself ~under the necessity 50 2, 109 | perfection. And so when a man puts on the habit of holiness, 51 2, 116 | darkness on the ~soul, when it puts out the light of charity, 52 2, 125 | to the daring person who puts himself in ~danger inordinately, 53 2, 126 | forbearance," which he puts in the ~place of patience, 54 2, 127 | praise but only when one ~puts care aside, as one ought, 55 2, 172 | ordinary object, and this he puts in ~the second place; and " 56 2, 172 | man's hearing - this he ~puts in the fifth place - or 57 2, 176 | miracles. For every grace puts something in the one to 58 2, 176 | the working of miracles puts nothing in ~the soul of 59 3, 2 | to the ~figure of him who puts it on, and yet he is not 60 3, 41 | Temple, especially since Luke puts them in the reverse order.~ 61 3, 69 | Him by Faith and Charity, ~puts on Christ by grace. Secondly, 62 3, 83 | prayer, which the priest puts ~up specially for the people, 63 Suppl, 12| causes are removed. ~Hence he puts two things in the definition 64 Suppl, 25| grants ~it - who perhaps puts too high a value on it - 65 Suppl, 28| sprinkles ~them with holy water, puts ashes on their heads, covers 66 Suppl, 62| through vindictive anger he puts away his ~wife who has committed 67 Suppl, 62| Therefore he sins unless he puts her away.~Aquin.: SMT XP 68 Suppl, 83| remedy for pains, since it puts an end to them. and consequently 69 Suppl, 96| mortal sin of his own will ~puts himself in a state whence


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