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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | three ways. First, by a restricted ~application, in which case 2 1, 25 | that the divine power is restricted to this present course ~ 3 1, 25 | divine wisdom should be ~restricted to this present order of 4 1, 25 | the wisdom of the maker is restricted to some definite ~order. 5 1, 25 | divine wisdom is not so restricted to any ~particular order 6 1, 25 | wisdom and justice of ~God restricted to this present order, as 7 1, 25 | and thus they would be restricted ~to the present order of 8 1, 25 | this order of things be restricted to what now ~exists, the 9 1, 25 | and wisdom are not thus restricted. Whence, ~although no other 10 1, 29 | individual" is added, it is restricted to first substance.~Aquin.: 11 1, 39 | some adjunct it may be ~restricted so as to stand for the person. 12 1, 39 | God," the ~word "God" is restricted to the person of the Father; 13 1, 51 | locality according to any ~restricted part of the world's substance, 14 1, 54 | being of every ~creature is restricted to one in genus and species; 15 1, 55 | since it is an essence restricted to a genus and species. 16 1, 61 | other angels, as having more restricted ~powers, were created among 17 1, 39 | some adjunct it may be ~restricted so as to stand for the person. 18 1, 39 | God," the ~word "God" is restricted to the person of the Father; 19 1, 52 | locality according to any ~restricted part of the world's substance, 20 1, 55 | being of every ~creature is restricted to one in genus and species; 21 1, 56 | since it is an essence restricted to a genus and species. 22 1, 62 | other angels, as having more restricted ~powers, were created among 23 2, 2 | universe, is a finite and restricted good.~ 24 2, 25 | irascible passions regard a restricted, viz. the difficult, ~good. 25 2, 25 | absolute good precedes the restricted good, ~it seems that the 26 2, 28 | concupiscence not simply but in a ~restricted sense. Because in love of 27 2, 65 | acquired, are virtues in a restricted sense, but not ~simply: 28 2, 66 | themselves, whose being is restricted ~to the particular. Consequently, 29 2, 87 | their cause, except in a restricted sense: ~because the very 30 2, 89 | induce a stain, this is ~in a restricted sense, in so far as it hinders 31 2, 105 | There was, however, a restricted sort of exile: for it is ~ 32 2, 105 | simply; secondly, in a restricted sense. ~A man is a citizen 33 2, 105 | called citizen, only in a restricted sense, if ~he dwells within 34 2, 105 | not absolutely but in ~a restricted sense, after a lapse of 35 2, 105 | absolutely: but only in a restricted sense, as a hireling for 36 2, 108 | taking that counsel in a restricted sense, ~namely, as applying 37 2, 9 | but according ~as it is restricted to judgments formed through 38 2, 25 | friendship, ~resides in some restricted way; and not of friendly 39 2, 121 | is said to be brave in a restricted sense.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 40 2, 127 | ARTICLES) [*Not in the ordinary restricted sense ~but as explained 41 2, 139 | employ a common term ~in a restricted sense in order to designate 42 2, 140 | voluntary not simply but in a restricted sense.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 43 2, 153 | understood cupidity in a restricted ~sense as denoting desire 44 2, 155 | meekness from having a certain ~restricted excellence among the virtues 45 2, 159 | said to be perfect in a ~restricted sense, for instance in respect 46 2, 170 | be ~called prophecy in a restricted sense. Wherefore those men 47 2, 173 | his body, but only in a restricted sense. ~Consequently this 48 2, 180 | Body Para. 3/3~Yet in a restricted sense and in a particular 49 2, 184 | absolutely speaking, but in a restricted ~sense, in so far as they 50 3, 56 | principal cause is not ~restricted to one instrument determinately, 51 3, 60 | the salvation of men be ~restricted by the Divine Law: still 52 3, 60 | man should not have ~been restricted, especially under the New 53 3, 64 | though ~His choice were restricted to them, but in order that 54 3, 66 | meet that men should be restricted to a number ~of figures 55 3, 67 | while greater affairs are restricted to higher officials; ~according 56 3, 74 | matter of this sacrament is restricted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 57 3, 88 | return, not simply, but in a restricted ~sense, viz., in so far 58 Suppl, 25| His ~efficacy is nowise restricted to them, but infinitely 59 Suppl, 40| sign of his not having a ~restricted power denoted by the curve 60 Suppl, 54| prohibition of the Church has been restricted to ~the fourth degree, because 61 Suppl, 70| separated soul except in a restricted sense, namely radically, 62 Suppl, 72| simply, but as natural in a restricted sense, in ~so far, to wit, 63 Suppl, 72| not natural except in a restricted sense, as we have ~explained.~ 64 Suppl, 89| is to know him ~only in a restricted sense and potentially: and 65 Suppl, 92| Christ spiritual ~good is not restricted but is absolutely entire [*


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