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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enters

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | wholly simple?~(8) Whether He enters into composition with other 2 1, 3 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God enters into the composition of 3 1, 3 | OBJ 1: It seems that God enters into the composition of 4 1, 3 | the being of all things enters ~into the composition of 5 1, 3 | everything. Therefore God enters into the ~composition of 6 1, 3 | same. But ~primary matter enters into the composition things. 7 1, 3 | essentially. But that which enters into composition with ~anything 8 1, 18 | participation. But since matter enters into the being of natural 9 1, 23 | Further, nothing temporal enters into the definition of eternity. ~ 10 1, 29 | thus relation, as such, enters into the notion of the ~ 11 1, 31 | diction does not exclude what enters into ~the concept of the 12 1, 31 | diction does not exclude what enters into the ~concept of the 13 1, 42 | reason, ~inasmuch as the one enters the definition of the other. 14 1, 48 | determinate genus; whereas good enters into every genus. Hence 15 1, 53 | quits the first palm and enters the second. ~According, 16 1, 62 | merit deserving ~beatitude, enters at once into beatitude, 17 1, 72 | If an unskilled person enters the workshop of an artificer 18 1, 42 | reason, ~inasmuch as the one enters the definition of the other. 19 1, 49 | determinate genus; whereas good enters into every genus. Hence 20 1, 54 | quits the first palm and enters the second. ~According, 21 1, 63 | merit deserving ~beatitude, enters at once into beatitude, 22 1, 71 | If an unskilled person enters the workshop of an artificer 23 1, 84 | understood apart from that ~which enters into its definition. Therefore 24 1, 90 | something of the ~fifth essence enters materially into the composition 25 1, 102 | attains his end when he enters into possession. Wherefore 26 1, 118 | nature of any thing which enters into the ~constitution of 27 1, 118 | that the "whole" of what enters into ~the mouth, but "all" - 28 2, 19 | in accord with reason, it enters the moral order, ~and causes 29 2, 37 | whereas that which is consumed enters within the consumer. Therefore ~ 30 2, 54 | in so far as one shape ~enters into another, as a three-sided 31 2, 16 | Heb. 6:19) that hope "enters in, even within the veil," 32 2, 27 | but, on the contrary, man enters into it, according to Mt. 33 2, 71 | generation, whereby man enters upon life. In the last ~ 34 2, 86 | religion." And yet a man who enters religion is not bound to 35 2, 93 | demons, inasmuch as one enters into a compact, tacit or 36 2, 130 | Matth.) that "vainglory ~enters secretly, and robs us insensibly 37 2, 172 | and into this our ~will enters. And another prophecy is 38 2, 183 | the episcopal ~office he enters the state of a dispenser 39 2, 183 | Secondly, because he who enters ~the religious state subjects 40 2, 183 | the ~other hand, he who enters the episcopal state is raised 41 2, 184 | tend thereto. Hence he who enters the religious ~state is 42 2, 184 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: He who enters religion does not make profession 43 2, 184 | perfection; even as he ~who enters the schools does not profess 44 2, 187 | Therefore it seems that he who enters religion in order to fulfil 45 2, 187 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He who enters with the purpose of leaving 46 3, 28 | is this - 'The Lord alone enters in and ~goeth out by it' - 47 3, 35 | Further, one of two relatives enters the definition of the other; ~ 48 3, 59 | maintained that after death man enters into an ~unchangeable state 49 3, 59 | separated from the body it enters into an unchangeable condition, 50 3, 66 | a natural process water enters into the ~substance of a 51 3, 66 | the ~likeness of the agent enters into the effect, in regard 52 3, 77 | it is not this bread that enters into our ~body, but the 53 3, 77 | But whatever nourishes enters into the body. Therefore 54 Suppl, 21| answer that, When a man enters the Church by Baptism, he 55 Suppl, 43| them - namely when a party enters religion, and when either 56 Suppl, 47| where fear or compulsion ~enters in, it follows that where 57 Suppl, 49| where ~one of the parties enters religion before the marriage 58 Suppl, 52| fails. Moreover, he who enters religion or receives orders 59 Suppl, 55| through carnal intercourse he enters ~into a new kind of relationship.~ 60 Suppl, 56| just ~as in betrothal one enters an engagement of future 61 Suppl, 58| this and, notwithstanding, enters the contract, this ~shows 62 Suppl, 61| because then ~each of them enters into bodily possession of 63 Suppl, 61| Therefore by the fact that one enters religion, the ~other is 64 Suppl, 61| again ~when her husband enters religion, he also can marry 65 Suppl, 77| On the contrary, Whatever enters into the constitution of 66 Suppl, 79| body, which they ~maintain enters into the composition of 67 Suppl, 84| themselves, because God ~alone enters the heart and reads its


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