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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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thinks

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1 1, 23 | definite measure in his effect thinks out some definite number 2 1, 23 | For instance, a ~builder thinks out the definite measurements 3 1, 34 | moved, and understands, and thinks, as light and splendor;" ~ 4 1, 78 | being fully ~examined, it thinks about the means of making 5 2, 1 | ordains something to an end, thinks of that ~end. But man does 6 2, 32 | wherefore so far as a man thinks that he has been ~delivered 7 2, 32 | punish, in so far as he thinks himself to be removing an ~ 8 2, 38 | he is so disposed that he thinks he ought ~to weep, he is 9 2, 42 | from penury to wealth, he thinks more of his wealth on account 10 2, 47 | insulter to anger when he thinks it is ~due to contempt, 11 2, 47 | this seems to show that ~he thinks little of him: and those 12 2, 47 | angry: unless perhaps he thinks that he is envied ~or insulted 13 2, 47 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, no one thinks little of a man through 14 2, 62 | from the fact that a man thinks that he can obtain a good ~ 15 2, 74 | the eternal law. For if it thinks of God's ~law, it holds 16 2, 74 | for instance, when a man thinks and delights in his thought, 17 2, 74 | venial sin, as when a man thinks of such a thing for ~no 18 2, 2 | since, in this way, a man thinks with assent even ~when he 19 2, 2 | the truth ~he believes, he thinks out and takes to heart whatever 20 2, 18 | punishment; first, because he thinks less of his own ~good, to 21 2, 24 | each one to love what he thinks himself to be. ~Now a man 22 2, 28 | opinion, because one man thinks that the particular good, ~ 23 2, 28 | agree, while the other thinks that it does not. Accordingly 24 2, 31 | of holy men, unless one thinks better of ~oneself." But 25 2, 31 | does not follow that he thinks himself any better, ~but 26 2, 31 | when, for instance, a man ~thinks lightly of his own sins, 27 2, 35 | thing good, and another ~thinks contrariwise, the discord 28 2, 58 | the very fact that a man thinks evil of another ~without 29 2, 58 | the very fact ~that a man thinks ill of another without sufficient 30 2, 68 | memory, ~a man sometimes thinks he is certain about something 31 2, 75 | happens that the seller thinks his goods to be specifically ~ 32 2, 80 | sorrow directly (when one ~thinks over one's own failings), 33 2, 93 | compelled by necessity, thinks that he ought, ~after the 34 2, 96 | is: ~"Take another, who thinks his statement false, and 35 2, 108 | De Mend. xxi): "Whoever thinks ~that there is any kind 36 2, 114 | flatterer says one thing, and thinks another: whereas ~the quarrelsome 37 2, 116 | wood, hay, stubble, who thinks in the things of the world, 38 2, 124 | only from the fact that he thinks ~it impossible for him to 39 2, 126 | virtue of a ~man, whereby he thinks out profitable works.~Aquin.: 40 2, 127 | proof of defect, that a man thinks so much of ~certain external 41 2, 127 | to be the mark of one who thinks "many" the ~same as "great." 42 2, 128 | quantity, as when a man thinks he has greater ~virtue, 43 2, 128 | kind of thing, as when he thinks himself great, and worthy 44 2, 130 | him. In like manner he ~thinks little of other things that 45 2, 130 | what the magnanimous man ~thinks little of, as stated in 46 2, 130 | and ~praised is that he thinks thereby to acquire a certain 47 2, 130 | vainglory, in that a man thinks it a glorious thing for ~ 48 2, 131 | own opinion, whereby he thinks ~himself incompetent for 49 2, 152 | speculative, for instance when one thinks about the ~sins of the flesh 50 2, 159 | with knowledge, whereby one thinks little of oneself.~Aquin.: 51 2, 160 | pride, namely "when a man thinks he has from himself that ~ 52 2, 160 | presumption," whereby a man thinks himself capable of things 53 2, 160 | in this, but because man thinks he is more ~likely to be 54 2, 180 | freedom of mind, for it thinks not of temporal but of ~ 55 3, 36 | birth of Christ: and he thinks it ~probable that these 56 3, 64 | he sees in himself: ~he thinks, by false pretenses, to 57 3, 64 | Reply OBJ 3: Although he who thinks of something else, has no 58 3, 80 | does not excuse him), he ~thinks something not to be sinful 59 3, 89 | the commanding officer thinks more of ~the soldier who, 60 Suppl, 2 | of ~thought, when a man thinks of his sin and is sorry 61 Suppl, 6 | confess himself to be what he thinks he is. Therefore ~it is 62 Suppl, 6 | confesses a sin which ~he thinks he has not committed. And 63 Suppl, 36| what he sees in himself; he thinks, by false pretense, to cheat 64 Suppl, 51| brother of the man whom she thinks that she is consenting to 65 Suppl, 66| virgin, for ~instance when he thinks her a virgin and afterwards, 66 Suppl, 89| becoming carnal in mind, "he ~thinks only of those things which 67 Suppl, 89| received from the senses, it thinks of them immaterially. In ~ 68 Appen1, 2| remaining in that sin, but thinks perhaps about a triangle


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