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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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employ

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | it is by our will that we employ whatever powers we ~may 2 1, 35 | other Greek Doctors commonly employ the ~term image as meaning 3 1, 37 | Hence, we are obliged to employ circumlocution as ~regards 4 1, 39 | according as "to use" is to employ something at the beck of 5 1, 37 | Hence, we are obliged to employ circumlocution as ~regards 6 1, 39 | according as "to use" is to employ something at the beck of 7 1, 113 | to another; but they can ~employ certain seeds that exist 8 2, 31 | belong to joy; for we do not employ ~them save in speaking of 9 2, 51 | Further, nature does not employ two where one is sufficient. 10 2, 63 | Further, nature does not employ two means where one suffices: ~ 11 2, 65 | purpose, it is superfluous to ~employ others. Now charity alone 12 2, 102 | during incubation, and to employ them for ~the purpose of 13 2, 1 | reasons. Now sacred writers ~employ reasons to inculcate things 14 2, 2 | Now it is superfluous to employ ~other means, where one 15 2, 10 | Further, a master cannot employ his servant, unless he ~ 16 2, 10 | they should be allowed to employ them in ~some craft. Wherefore 17 2, 30 | wherefore, since they can employ it for some bodily use, 18 2, 30 | Nevertheless in this matter we must employ ~discretion, according to 19 2, 37 | added: just as physicians employ several body medicines when 20 2, 46 | The third method is to employ conjectures in order to ~ 21 2, 47 | wisdom and science, which ~employ a demonstrative reason. 22 2, 67 | may do lawfully, a man can employ either lawful ~means, and 23 2, 67 | is bound to avow, or to ~employ guile or fraud, because 24 2, 69 | is unlawful for him ~to employ any kind of falsehood.~Aquin.: 25 2, 74 | for this purpose that we employ verbs in the ~imperative 26 2, 74 | and for this purpose we employ the verb in the optative 27 2, 79 | would seem unbecoming to employ them in showing reverence 28 2, 81 | Therefore it is useless to employ vocal prayer.~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 83 | to man is that ~he should employ sensible signs in order 30 2, 87 | OBJ 1: It is one thing to employ a Divine witness already 31 2, 87 | both truth, so that one employ an oath in order to ~confirm 32 2, 87 | consequently, if a man employ an oath, he is bound, as 33 2, 88 | induce a man to swear, but to employ ~terms resembling an oath 34 2, 88 | it would seem unlawful to employ adjuration towards ~one.~ 35 2, 89 | him. ~On the other hand we employ words, in speaking to God, 36 2, 89 | canticles." Now we should employ nothing in ~the divine worship, 37 2, 89 | praising God, we should ~employ, not corporal but spiritual 38 2, 93 | dreams": sometimes they employ apparitions ~or utterances 39 2, 94 | it would ~seem lawful to employ such like forces for the 40 2, 94 | since it is lawful ~to employ natural causes in order 41 2, 94 | subject, that God should employ them to whatever purpose 42 2, 94 | power over the demons, to ~employ them to whatsoever purpose 43 2, 96 | instance, if we were to ~employ such an oath in fun or by 44 2, 98 | God's sake. But this is to employ the term "buying" in a ~ 45 2, 109 | it contrary to ~truth to employ signs of deeds or things 46 2, 121 | action. For ~no one should employ as an instrument of his 47 2, 121 | Therefore a brave man should not employ anger for his action.~Aquin.: 48 2, 121 | like manner it should not ~employ anger.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 49 2, 121 | virtuous persons should employ both anger and the ~other 50 2, 125 | order to designate vices we employ especially the names of 51 2, 127 | in the third place, to employ ~irony, not as opposed to 52 2, 139 | customary in human speech to employ a common term ~in a restricted 53 2, 165 | practical. Accordingly to employ study for the ~purpose of 54 2, 166 | moreover all those who ~employ them, as well as those who 55 2, 174 | Further, nature does not employ many means where one is ~ 56 2, 181 | Further, nature does not employ many means where one suffices. ~ 57 2, 181 | Just as nature does not employ many means where one ~suffices, 58 2, 182 | medicine or diet he shall employ for the purpose of ~healing. 59 2, 186 | it is a greater thing to employ spiritual ~arms in defending 60 3, 64 | words and actions, which we employ in the sacraments. ~Therefore 61 3, 68 | Therefore it is ~useless to employ Baptism as a means of justification.~ 62 3, 82 | that such a man dare to employ his hands ~in priestly actions, 63 Suppl, 9 | signify the inward washing, we employ that ~element which is chiefly 64 Suppl, 73| in this respect God will employ the ministry of the angels 65 Suppl, 79| unknown to us, we sometimes employ accidental differences ~ 66 Suppl, 89| substance. To prove this they employ two arguments. The ~first 67 Suppl, 93| things born of the earth, we employ it variously ~in a spiritual


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