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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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whereto

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | local term ~"wherefrom" or "whereto." But in the Scriptures 2 1, 3 | spoken of as a ~local term "whereto," according to the words, " 3 1, 9 | extend Himself to anything whereto He was not extended ~previously. 4 1, 23 | wherefrom" but from the term "whereto." Because it ~matters nothing, 5 1, 34 | as executing any effect, whereto they are ordained ~from 6 1, 41 | thing made is to the maker, whereto, as ~is evident, the name 7 1, 43 | the one sent to the end ~whereto he is sent. Anyone being 8 1, 43 | present before in the place whereto he is sent, ~or because 9 1, 45 | wherefrom," but from the term "whereto." Therefore a change is 10 1, 45 | excellent when the term "whereto" of the change is more noble ~ 11 1, 45 | corresponding to the term ~"whereto," may be more imperfect: 12 1, 45 | alteration, because the ~term "whereto" is the whole substance 13 1, 53 | while it is in the term "whereto," for it is then already ~ 14 1, 53 | and partly in the term ~"whereto." But an angel is without 15 1, 53 | while it ~is in the term "whereto": because the very succession 16 1, 53 | and partly in the term "whereto" (yet so that such ~partiality 17 1, 53 | time he is in the term ~"whereto": but in the whole of the 18 1, 53 | time he is in the term ~"whereto." Nor is there any need 19 1, 41 | thing made is to the maker, whereto, as ~is evident, the name 20 1, 43 | the one sent to the end ~whereto he is sent. Anyone being 21 1, 43 | present before in the place whereto he is sent, ~or because 22 1, 46 | wherefrom," but from the term "whereto." Therefore a change is 23 1, 46 | excellent when the term "whereto" of the change is more noble ~ 24 1, 46 | corresponding to the term ~"whereto," may be more imperfect: 25 1, 46 | alteration, because the ~term "whereto" is the whole substance 26 1, 54 | while it is in the term "whereto," for it is then already ~ 27 1, 54 | and partly in the term ~"whereto." But an angel is without 28 1, 54 | while it ~is in the term "whereto": because the very succession 29 1, 54 | and partly in the term "whereto" (yet so that such ~partiality 30 1, 54 | time he is in the term ~"whereto": but in the whole of the 31 1, 54 | time he is in the term ~"whereto." Nor is there any need 32 1, 88 | species comes from the object, whereto the ~faculty of knowledge 33 1, 102 | government of a ~thing is that whereto the thing governed is brought. 34 1, 102 | governed is brought. But that whereto a ~thing is brought is some 35 2, 10 | tend of ~necessity to that whereto the passion inclines it. 36 2, 23 | wherefrom, but only a term whereto, since nothing shuns good 37 2, 23 | have ~the aspect of a term whereto, but only of a term wherefrom. 38 2, 41 | denote certain movements, whereto the natural ~inclination 39 2, 113 | is named after its term "whereto" rather than from its term ~" 40 2, 113 | its ~name from its term "whereto," and is called "justification 41 2, 113 | whence" and nears the ~term "whereto." Hence the human mind whilst 42 2, 113 | of approach to ~the term "whereto"; but the consummation of 43 2, 113 | justification is sin; and the term "whereto" is justice; and that ~grace 44 2, 12 | the term "wherefrom" or "whereto" of movement: on the ~contrary, 45 2, 12 | regards unbelief as the term "whereto" of the movement of ~withdrawal 46 2, 76 | the state of the Gospel, whereto ~all are called. Hence it 47 2, 116 | its species from the term "whereto" and not ~from the term " 48 2, 160 | merely some sensible object, whereto the sensitive appetite might 49 2, 173 | account of those things whereto the sensitive ~appetite 50 2, 182 | the state of ~perfection whereto the other states are directed. 51 2, 182 | charity ~even in this life, whereto a man attains by a kind 52 2, 183 | not bound to ~those things whereto he was bound in the state 53 Suppl, 57| procreation has a ~term "whereto," namely the form which 54 Suppl, 57| generation has a ~term "whereto," namely a child or grandchild, 55 Suppl, 57| stranger," and the ~term "whereto," because it says, "as a 56 Suppl, 75| corresponds to the term "whereto." ~Now the term "whereto" 57 Suppl, 75| whereto." ~Now the term "whereto" of the resurrection is 58 Suppl, 75| of ours as to the ~term "whereto," but not as to the term " 59 Suppl, 75| wherefrom" but from its term "whereto." Hence the resurrection 60 Suppl, 75| in respect of the term "whereto," ~and not in respect of 61 Suppl, 75| happens that the ~term "whereto" is not the same, whereas 62 Suppl, 81| wherefrom" and partly in a term "whereto," as ~is proved in Phys. 63 Suppl, 81| motion is wholly in ~the term whereto the movement is directed; 64 Suppl, 88| wherein it ~rests naturally, whereto it is moved naturally, and 65 Suppl, 88| has not reached the ~term whereto it was ordained: hence it


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