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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | composed of matter and form owes its perfection and goodness 2 1, 69 | that comeliness which it owes to the plants that clothe 3 1, 75 | actually such a body, it owes to ~some principle which 4 1, 70 | that comeliness which it owes to the plants that clothe 5 1, 74 | actually such a body, it owes to ~some principle which 6 1, 78 | intelligible things it ~owes its being able to operate 7 1, 91 | alone, to Whom ~all nature owes its existence, could form 8 1, 114 | subject to quantity, a thing owes ~its being an agent indeterminate 9 1, 114 | determined to this matter, it owes its being an agent limited 10 1, 118 | plants, inasmuch as the semen owes its virtue to the form of 11 2, 73 | educated him, to whom he owes his lands, his house, his ~ 12 2, 100 | Body Para. 2/4~Now man owes three things to the head 13 2, 100 | understand that, of necessity, he owes ~certain duties to God and 14 2, 4 | Therefore it seems that faith owes all its praise ~to obedience. 15 2, 21 | Law to be One to Whom he owes submission, while, by the 16 2, 25 | here, is that ~which a man owes his father and mother through 17 2, 29 | man ought to pay what he owes, rather than benefit his ~ 18 2, 31 | they sin. Now when a man owes anyone a ~material due, 19 2, 31 | Wherefore just as he that owes money to a creditor should 20 2, 31 | so as to pay him what he owes, so he that has spiritual ~ 21 2, 57 | to another more than he owes him).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] 22 2, 60 | ask the person to ~whom he owes compensation to grant him 23 2, 62 | 21), "He slays not who owes his service to one ~who 24 2, 62 | injures oneself, to whom one owes the greatest love. Moreover 25 2, 66 | charity is a duty that man owes to all both of ~high and 26 2, 66 | against the fidelity which he ~owes his friend; because he ought 27 2, 66 | to the ~fidelity that one owes a friend; for it is written ( 28 2, 68 | would break the faith he owes to another. On the other 29 2, 78 | rendered to ~God as much as he owes Him, according to Ps. 115: 30 2, 78 | equal return of what one owes to ~them, as the Philosopher 31 2, 86 | part of the fidelity he owes to God. On the other hand, 32 2, 86 | the fidelity which a ~man owes to God, as stated above ( 33 2, 87 | origin, because swearing owes its introduction ~to the 34 2, 91 | man does is less than he owes God. ~Secondly, a thing 35 2, 99 | of his being, the latter owes him reverence ~and service. 36 2, 100 | compelled by law; and thus man owes honor and ~worship to those 37 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Man owes neither subjection nor honor 38 2, 102 | exercised with injustice, or owes its ~origin to some unjust 39 2, 104 | from other virtues?~(2) Who owes more thanks to God, the 40 2, 104 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, a man owes love to his benefactor just 41 2, 104 | his benefactor just as he owes him ~gratitude. Now Augustine 42 2, 104 | in this way ~the innocent owes greater thanksgiving, because 43 2, 104 | 3]; Q[101], A[2]), a man owes his ~benefactor, as such, 44 2, 104 | principle; but accidentally he owes him assistance or ~support, 45 2, 104 | withhold his ~thanks. Yet he owes less thanks, than if the 46 2, 104 | it ~were. But the latter owes him repayment for the favor 47 2, 107 | out of equity, one man owes another a manifestation 48 2, 107 | animal, one man naturally owes ~another whatever is necessary 49 2, 112 | man is ~a social animal he owes his fellow-man, in equity, 50 2, 152 | First, because man naturally owes a certain respect to his ~ 51 2, 187 | than to those to ~whom he owes money. Now persons who owe 52 2, 187 | religion. If, however, he owes a sum of money, and has 53 2, 187 | religion, unless he pay what he owes, if he can. Since then a 54 3, 64 | Sacram. i) that "a sacrament ~owes its signification to its 55 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 3: The Baptism owes its pre-eminence not only 56 3, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, man owes satisfaction to God not 57 Suppl, 6 | forgiven, the sinner still owes a debt of ~temporal punishment. 58 Suppl, 6 | is due at once. But man owes ~confession to God always. 59 Suppl, 12| man pays another what he owes him, or an ~act done by 60 Suppl, 13| not suffice to pay what he owes for the blessing of ~creation, 61 Suppl, 13| satisfaction to Him. For though man owes God all that he is ~able 62 Suppl, 13| sometimes the better man owes a greater ~debt of punishment. 63 Suppl, 14| that it is probable that he owes a smaller ~debt of punishment. 64 Suppl, 18| punishment which the penitent owes ~at the time of confession, 65 Suppl, 25| of punishment which a man owes, out of ~the common stock 66 Suppl, 26| the ~very amount that he owes. On the other hand, in the 67 Suppl, 49| to an act of virtue which owes it to those circumstances ~ 68 Suppl, 54| themselves ~something which owes its existence to them."


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