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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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appearance

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | from a certain ~external appearance, namely, self-movement, 2 1, 43 | Transfiguration showed it forth in the appearance of a bright cloud, to ~show 3 1, 69 | earth, so as to have such an appearance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 4 1, 43 | Transfiguration showed it forth in the appearance of a bright cloud, to ~show 5 1, 70 | earth, so as to have such an appearance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 6 1, 110 | principle"; so that a certain ~appearance ensues, as if the sensitive 7 1, 112 | angels could help by ~visible appearance, or by miracles, or in some 8 2, 93 | so far as it retains some appearance ~of law, though being framed 9 2, 20 | but only in its deceitful appearance, as cunning is opposed to 10 2, 41 | sin, or through ~having an appearance of evil. Thus, for instance, 11 2, 41 | since it has a ~certain appearance of evil, and a semblance 12 2, 41 | Thess. 5:22): "From all appearance of evil refrain yourselves." ~ 13 2, 41 | itself, and all ~that has an appearance of evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS 14 2, 41 | does ~something that has an appearance of sin. In this case he 15 2, 41 | or if it only have the appearance of sin, it should always 16 2, 41 | sin in ~itself, but has an appearance of evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS 17 2, 41 | in itself, but has some ~appearance of evil. On the other hand, 18 2, 45 | good, not in truth but in appearance. Thus man is called "a good 19 2, 47 | evil, and evil has ~the appearance of good. Wherefore prudence 20 2, 53 | good ~not in truth but in appearance, and this pertains to prudence 21 2, 62 | penal ~evils has indeed an appearance of fortitude (for which 22 2, 75 | from those that have an appearance of evil. This ~happens in 23 2, 81 | on 2 Tim. 3:5, "Having an appearance indeed of godliness, but 24 2, 98 | beware of anything ~having an appearance of simony or avarice, according 25 2, 98 | Thess. 5:22), "From all appearance of evil restrain ~yourselves."~ 26 2, 98 | for then there would be an appearance of ~simony. But after the 27 2, 98 | former ordinance has the appearance of an exaction, whereas 28 2, 99 | on 2 Tim. 3:5, "Having an appearance indeed of piety [Douay: ~' 29 2, 109 | evil in itself but has some appearance ~of evil: and nevertheless 30 2, 109 | hypocrite is derived ~from the appearance of those who come on to 31 2, 109 | have it, but in ~respect of appearance, since he wishes to seem 32 2, 128 | in ~reality, although in appearance he surpasses him.~ 33 2, 142 | Thess. 5:22, ~"From all appearance of evil refrain yourselves." 34 2, 163 | other animals have a greater appearance of good ~than the serpent 35 2, 172 | measured according to ~the appearance of the person seen: for 36 2, 172 | asleep or awake, under the appearance of God, according to Is. ~ 37 2, 176 | they delude man by the appearance of that which is not; while 38 2, 185 | ought to "refrain ~from all appearance of evil." Now coarseness 39 2, 185 | coarseness of clothes has an appearance ~of evil; for our Lord said ( 40 2, 185 | attire has not of itself the appearance of ~evil, indeed it has 41 2, 185 | indeed it has more the appearance of good, namely of the contempt ~ 42 3, 5 | of God was not ~born in appearance only, as if He had an imaginary 43 3, 5 | very truth, but only in appearance; and hence it ~would also 44 3, 5 | old Testament should be in appearance ~only, being figures; and 45 3, 8 | is sought for under the ~appearance of liberty, according to 46 3, 36 | deceived by the illusory appearance of the ~star, and not finding 47 3, 36 | the ~heavens, and made its appearance at the strange sight of 48 3, 45 | not really, but only in ~appearance; for a gloss on Lk. 9:30, " 49 3, 46 | to set forth by the ~very appearance of the gibbet that separation 50 3, 54 | disciples in glorified ~appearance; but, as it lay in His power 51 3, 61 | sacraments retained the same ~appearance, it might seem to be the 52 3, 75 | as it is in its visible ~appearance, but not as it is spiritually, 53 3, 76 | when He is ~seen under the appearance of a child or of flesh?~ 54 3, 76 | appears for an hour under the appearance of flesh or a ~child, and 55 3, 76 | and afterwards under the appearance of bread. Nor is there any ~ 56 3, 76 | the beholders, but by an appearance which really ~exists outwardly. 57 3, 76 | everyone under such an appearance, and it remains so not for 58 Suppl, 41| excused when it ~has some appearance of evil, and yet is not 59 Suppl, 41| concupiscence, has the ~appearance of an inordinate act, it 60 Suppl, 43| party not putting in an ~appearance at the time fixed for completing 61 Suppl, 47| and not to fulfill has an "appearance of evil," and the Apostle ~ 62 Suppl, 47| otherwise, because there is no appearance of evil ~in not fulfilling 63 Suppl, 63| from things which have any appearance ~of turpitude; and consequently 64 Suppl, 69| which ~will precede the appearance of the Judge.~Aquin.: SMT 65 Suppl, 73| else than the manifest ~appearance of the Son of God in the 66 Suppl, 77| although it seem to have the ~appearance of flesh and blood, does 67 Suppl, 85| will not judge with the appearance of infirmity ~wherein He 68 Suppl, 85| unjustly, but under the appearance of glory wherein ~He ascended 69 Suppl, 95| eligible; since it has not the ~appearance of good, for it is nothing.


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