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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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manifestly

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | and an animate body is manifestly nobler ~than any inanimate 2 1, 10 | involves a contradiction; which manifestly appears if innovation ~and 3 1, 11 | man." This, however, ~is manifestly false, inasmuch as each 4 1, 13 | His relation ~to creatures manifestly do not at all signify His 5 1, 13 | significations. Hence it is manifestly said analogically.~Aquin.: 6 1, 18 | not, from such things as manifestly possess life. Now life ~ 7 1, 18 | possess life. Now life ~manifestly belongs to animals, for 8 1, 19 | De Fide ~ii, 3), it is manifestly impossible for Him to will 9 1, 44 | viii, text 46). But this is manifestly false in the demonstrative 10 1, 46 | everything which was not always manifestly has a ~cause; whereas this 11 1, 46 | not ~being, in order more manifestly to declare its author.~Aquin.: 12 1, 46 | OBJ 4: Further, it appears manifestly that certain arts have developed, ~ 13 1, 46 | this present day; which is manifestly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 14 1, 51 | ii). But the angels are ~manifestly seen to move in their assumed 15 1, 52 | a point. But they ~were manifestly deceived, because a point 16 1, 45 | viii, text 46). But this is manifestly false in the ~demonstrative 17 1, 47 | everything which was not always manifestly has a ~cause; whereas this 18 1, 47 | not ~being, in order more manifestly to declare its author.~Aquin.: 19 1, 47 | OBJ 4: Further, it appears manifestly that certain arts have developed, ~ 20 1, 47 | this present day; which is manifestly false.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 52 | ii). But the angels are ~manifestly seen to move in their assumed 22 1, 53 | a point. But they ~were manifestly deceived, because a point 23 1, 84 | Para. 2/3~This is, however, manifestly false for two reasons. First, 24 1, 92 | daughter." All of this is manifestly absurd; first, because it ~ 25 1, 114 | action; which things are ~manifestly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 26 1, 114 | things. ~All of which is manifestly false, and contrary to human 27 1, 114 | stars." But this opinion is manifestly false. For we know by ~experience 28 2, 22 | affections. But affections ~manifestly belong to the appetitive, 29 2, 102 | necessary to express them more ~manifestly than they are in the Divine 30 2, 106 | believe in Christ. This is ~manifestly stated by the Apostle who 31 2, 5 | believed by one, and known manifestly by another, even in ~the 32 2, 20 | only has a contrary vice manifestly distinct from it, as temerity 33 2, 20 | presumption appears to be manifestly opposed to fear, ~especially 34 2, 23 | to His commandments is ~manifestly contrary to charity, and 35 2, 34 | is perhaps because envy manifestly arises from vainglory, that ~ 36 2, 40 | good: whence it follows manifestly ~that sedition is opposed 37 2, 53 | angry man desires to harm manifestly, as the Philosopher states ~( 38 2, 54 | 1: Those vices that are manifestly opposed to prudence, do 39 2, 75 | Offic. iii, 11): "It is manifestly a ~rule of justice that 40 2, 76 | nor does it appear to be manifestly illicit. ~Therefore it seems 41 2, 76 | the buyer to pay, it is ~manifestly a case of usury: because 42 2, 81 | necessary for salvation, nor yet manifestly contrary ~thereto; and then 43 2, 87 | of a promissory ~oath is manifestly opposed to justice, either 44 2, 87 | promised under oath is ~manifestly lawful and beneficial. An 45 2, 90 | of those vices which are manifestly ~contrary to religion, through 46 2, 93 | by divine ~revelation, he manifestly usurps what belongs to God. 47 2, 93 | future events: and this is manifestly a sin. ~Consequently divination 48 2, 93 | consider in such things, are manifestly not the ~cause of future 49 2, 95 | religion, and which are manifestly contrary thereto, so that 50 2, 96 | falsehood. Therefore ~perjury is manifestly a sin opposed to religion, 51 2, 98 | buying or selling it, is manifestly simoniacal, ~especially 52 2, 120 | refer to another it appears ~manifestly that a man is under obligation 53 2, 183 | these incidental goods is manifestly unlawful, and pertains to ~ 54 3, 33 | iv): "This number applies manifestly to the perfection ~of our 55 3, 35 | personality thereof, though manifestly it is not of the same ~substance; 56 3, 36 | 49:3): "God shall come manifestly. ~But He came by His birth 57 3, 46 | suffered ~then; which is manifestly false: for He was then celebrating 58 3, 47 | remarks: "Our Lord proves most manifestly by these words that the 59 3, 47 | Now what is seen is known manifestly. ~Therefore the Jews, knowing 60 3, 73 | consecration. But this is manifestly false, because the words 61 3, 77 | accidents can be corrupted manifestly after consecration, ~because 62 3, 77 | contrary, something sensible manifestly ~succeeds to them.~Aquin.: 63 3, 79 | he may not die": ~which manifestly is not to be understood 64 3, 80 | beholding it, which is ~manifestly untrue, since the Church 65 Suppl, 72| these are in danger, and manifestly assist them. Since then, 66 Suppl, 85| 49:3, "God shall ~come manifestly." Consequently there can 67 Suppl, 88| does now: which is proved manifestly to be false from the ~statement 68 Suppl, 91| understanding or seeing manifestly, so ~that they may be urged 69 Suppl, 93| fruit is due. But this is manifestly untrue, since a fruit ~is


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