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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | name which signifies Him expresses ~the divine essence in itself. 2 1, 13 | itself. Thus the name "man" expresses the essence ~of man in himself, 3 1, 13 | forth what He is not; or expresses ~some relation, or something 4 1, 13 | processions themselves. But what expresses the ~procession of anything, 5 1, 14 | imperfection; and everything that expresses ~perfection is to be retained 6 1, 16 | is said to be true that ~expresses the likeness of the form 7 1, 16 | then first it knows and ~expresses truth. This it does by composing 8 1, 19 | with the mind ~of him who expresses himself, is false. If therefore 9 1, 27 | rather as spirit; which name expresses a certain ~vital movement 10 1, 29 | word "person" of itself expresses ~absolutely the divine essence; 11 1, 29 | of its own signification, expresses ~the divine essence only, 12 1, 39 | in God; and ~sometimes it expresses the relation of the efficient 13 1, 57 | thought, when the ~soul expresses them by certain signs in 14 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: Discursion expresses movement of a kind. Now 15 1, 69 | Scripture, having clearly expresses the ~manner in which it 16 1, 70 | the same opinion when ~he expresses his belief that all corporeal 17 1, 39 | in God; and ~sometimes it expresses the relation of the efficient 18 1, 58 | thought, when the ~soul expresses them by certain signs in 19 1, 59 | Reply OBJ 1: Discursion expresses movement of a kind. Now 20 1, 70 | Scripture, having clearly expresses the ~manner in which it 21 1, 71 | the same opinion when ~he expresses his belief that all corporeal 22 1, 86 | subject. Hence the Philosopher expresses himself ~thus (De Anima 23 1, 107 | proper name of each ~order expresses its property. Now to see 24 1, 110 | word {aorasia} appears. It expresses, in ~fact, the effect produced 25 2, 64 | so far as the intellect expresses ~them as being what they 26 2, 68 | the way in which Scripture expresses itself, for we ~find there 27 2, 70 | end. Secondly, ~so that it expresses the formal cause; and in 28 2, 93 | by the mouth of man, and ~expresses that which is signified 29 2, 93 | the mind, by which man expresses his thoughts mentally. So 30 2, 106 | heart," ~as the Apostle expresses it (2 Cor. 3:3). Wherefore, 31 2, 107 | the full corn in the ear," expresses himself as follows: "He 32 2, 114 | gift, which the Apostle expresses aptly saying (Rm. ~11:35): " 33 2, 2 | the second way, then ~this expresses completely the nature of 34 2, 10 | Cod. lib. i, leg. Nemo] expresses itself thus: "It is an ~ 35 2, 28 | Cicero in praising ~Caesar expresses himself much better and 36 2, 30 | you might ~help." Ambrose expresses himself in the same way.~ 37 2, 74 | than ~the cursing which expresses a mere desire; while the 38 2, 81 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, prayer expresses the desire. Now a desire 39 2, 95 | excellence, than if he expresses a doubt. Now the superstitious 40 2, 95 | tempts God by words or deeds expresses a doubt of the divine excellence, ~ 41 2, 150 | definition of Augustine's expresses directly that ~which is 42 2, 178 | contemplation of God alone. ~This he expresses by saying: "Then being thus 43 2, 182 | very way in which Jerome expresses himself: "So ~live in the 44 2, 184 | tending ~to God. Augustine expresses this when he says (Solil. 45 2, 185 | way in which the Apostle expresses himself, by ~saying: "That 46 3, 43 | that ~what they contain expresses the king's will.~Aquin.: 47 3, 51 | the odor ~of the ointments expresses good report. ~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 77 | a thing is what its name expresses," as is said in ~Metaph. 49 3, 80 | receives this ~sacrament, expresses thereby that he is made 50 3, 80 | On this account Jerome expresses himself in ~the following 51 3, 82 | words quoted, Pope Gelasius expresses ~himself as follows: "That 52 Suppl, 12| And since satisfaction expresses equality in the agent, it ~ 53 Suppl, 19| the very ~notion of a key expresses a power to open and shut, 54 Suppl, 21| definition is given which expresses the privation of both kinds ~ 55 Suppl, 29| regard to that sacrament, ~expresses faith which is necessary 56 Suppl, 41| from the way in which he ~expresses himself; for he did not 57 Suppl, 44| it, since a "definition expresses the nature signified by 58 Suppl, 45| Since therefore when a man ~expresses his consent by words of 59 Suppl, 70| separation of the soul, ~expresses himself thus (Metaph. xi, 60 Suppl, 70| that fire by feeling it, he expresses himself as ~follows: "Since 61 Suppl, 70| inquiring: wherefore he ~expresses himself otherwise when deciding 62 Suppl, 71| dormierunt, 3], ~where he expresses himself thus: "Realizing 63 Suppl, 89| substances. thus Alfarabius expresses himself ~at the end of his 64 Suppl, 89| of the glorified eyes, ~expresses himself as follows (De Civ. 65 Suppl, 96| Cf. Q[94], A[3]]. Gregory expresses ~himself in the same sense ( 66 Appen1, 2| with ~grace. [*St. Thomas expresses himself differently, De


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