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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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defective

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | and the imitation is here defective, precisely ~because what 2 1, 6 | which is far removed and defective; as appears ~from the above ( 3 1, 10 | only belongs to what is defective, and this ~does not belong 4 1, 12 | to us by ~reason of our defective corporeal or intellectual 5 1, 12 | angelic intellect is not defective, if defect be taken ~to 6 1, 12 | sense every creature is ~defective, when compared with God; 7 1, 17 | the contrary, likeness or defective ~representation does not 8 1, 23 | advice except on account of ~defective knowledge, so there is not 9 1, 23 | of help except through ~defective power. But neither of these 10 1, 42 | generation in the Father was ~defective, nor that the Son of God 11 1, 63 | derives its nature from a defective cause, which can be the 12 1, 63 | which can be the cause of a ~defective action, it can in the first 13 1, 63 | of its existence have a ~defective operation; just as the leg, 14 1, 63 | just as the leg, which is defective from birth, ~through a defect 15 1, 42 | generation in the Father was ~defective, nor that the Son of God 16 1, 64 | derives its nature from a defective cause, which can be the 17 1, 64 | which can be the cause of a ~defective action, it can in the first 18 1, 64 | of its existence have a ~defective operation; just as the leg, 19 1, 64 | just as the leg, which is defective from birth, ~through a defect 20 1, 88 | it has an ~imperfect and defective knowledge of the angels 21 1, 91 | nothing misbegotten or ~defective should have been in the 22 1, 91 | individual nature, woman is defective and ~misbegotten, for the 23 1, 102 | Further, in God nothing is defective or imperfect. But it seems ~ 24 2, 102 | or a blind, or otherwise defective animal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 25 2, 1 | Therefore it contains nothing ~defective.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[9] 26 2, 28 | concord, because it is a defective peace, in order that they 27 2, 28 | treated with contempt is to be defective. But the ~Philosopher says ( 28 2, 45 | and ~the latter from a defective judgment. On the other hand 29 2, 49 | Further, there is never a defective command, unless there be 30 2, 49 | command, unless there be a ~defective judgment, at least in a 31 2, 49 | arising ~chiefly from a defective disposition of the common 32 2, 69 | Consequently those who are defective in these points, are ~altogether 33 2, 75 | unlawful sale if the thing be defective in other ways.~Aquin.: SMT 34 2, 75 | through the thing sold being defective.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 35 2, 75 | the thing sold is rendered defective by lacking a ~fitting quality. 36 2, 75 | that which is mixed is ~defective in its substance.~Aquin.: 37 2, 75 | fact ~that he offers him defective goods, if such defect may 38 2, 75 | prevents that which is ~defective in one respect being useful 39 2, 80 | the female sex, who ~are defective in contemplation. Therefore 40 2, 127 | gift of God; and something defective which accrues to him through 41 2, 171 | the prophet's mind is a defective instrument, ~as stated above, 42 2, 178 | there is on the part of our defective understanding ~and our corruptible 43 3, 7 | modes of heat which are defective by the subject's defect, 44 3, 16 | attribute to God what is defective seems to be ~derogatory 45 3, 60 | the sacrament seems to be defective. But if he ~do this through 46 3, 60 | the sacrament seems ~to be defective. This would be the case 47 3, 64 | happen that a man's faith is defective in regard to ~something 48 3, 64 | sacrament. But if his faith be defective in regard to ~the very sacrament 49 3, 80 | for her faith in Him was ~defective, according to Jn. 20:17: " 50 Suppl, 12| is nothing else than a defective good, and since it is ~easier 51 Suppl, 58| FRENZY OR MADNESS, INCEST AND DEFECTIVE AGE (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 52 Suppl, 58| or madness, incest, and defective ~age. Under this head there 53 Suppl, 58| Whether incest is?~(5) Whether defective age is?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 54 Suppl, 58| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether defective age is an impediment to 55 Suppl, 58| could a person marry if defective age were ~an impediment.~ 56 Suppl, 58| impediment arising from defective age, like that which ~arises 57 Suppl, 63| marriage, it is somewhat a defective sacrament, because it has 58 Suppl, 63| it is thus that it is a defective sacrament.~Aquin.: SMT XP 59 Suppl, 71| explanation is in many ~ways defective. First, because it seems 60 Suppl, 79| nor will ~this be owing to defective senses, but from lack of 61 Suppl, 79| there be a fault ~through defective sight. The fact that the 62 Suppl, 79| the sight keen rather than defective.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[82] A[ 63 Suppl, 89| perfection: such is the ~defective likeness in a subject that 64 Suppl, 89| the likeness is yet more ~defective, when it does not attain 65 Suppl, 89| another way, still ~more defective is the likeness when it 66 Suppl, 89| received into a creature is defective in comparison with ~the 67 Suppl, 89| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Defective knowledge results not only 68 Suppl, 95| person may consider his defective knowledge about a certain


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