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recording 1
records 3
recount 1
recourse 65
recover 30
recovered 17
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65 rapture
65 recourse
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65 simultaneously
65 testimony
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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recourse

   Part, Question
1 1, 93 | and that he failed to have recourse to the Divine ~aid.~ 2 2, 19 | reason ~fails we must have recourse to the Eternal Reason.~Aquin.: 3 2, 44 | Further, just as we have recourse to counsel in order to avoid ~ 4 2, 74 | in deliberating, having recourse to some higher good, by 5 2, 74 | higher ~reason cannot have recourse to any higher tribunal than 6 2, 89 | unable to have such frequent recourse to the ~fervor of charity 7 2, 95 | Ethic. v, 4), "men have ~recourse to a judge as to animate 8 2, 98 | being humbled might have recourse to the ~help of grace.~Aquin.: 9 2, 108 | necessity forces us to have recourse to them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 10 2, 33 | spiritual pleasures, ~have recourse to pleasures of the body, 11 2, 33 | In so far as a man has recourse to eternal objects of pleasure, ~ 12 2, 38 | lawful for ~them to have recourse to the sword in defending 13 2, 38 | is their business to have recourse to the sword of war ~in 14 2, 38 | the other ~hand, to have recourse to the sword (as a private 15 2, 38 | not, however, by having recourse themselves to ~material 16 2, 41 | it is unlawful to have ~recourse to justice, especially if 17 2, 58 | Ethic. v, 4) ~that "men have recourse to a judge as to one who 18 2, 65 | Ethic. v, 4), "men have recourse to a judge as to one ~who 19 2, 66 | two ways: first by having recourse ~to fraud in making the 20 2, 67 | oppressed unjustly, to have recourse to the authority of the ~ 21 2, 67 | the law allows one to have recourse ~to appeal, so that even 22 2, 70 | necessary ~should we have recourse to invectives, and then 23 2, 75 | altogether sinful to have recourse to deceit in ~order to sell 24 2, 81 | the ~necessity of having recourse to God's help in these matters.~ 25 2, 81 | acquire confidence in having recourse to God, and that we may 26 2, 81 | devotion without having recourse to those ~signs. Wherefore 27 2, 81 | lips." Thirdly, we have recourse to ~vocal prayer, through 28 2, 86 | and he is unable to have recourse ~to the prelate.~Aquin.: 29 2, 86 | that men may easily ~have recourse to someone; such are the 30 2, 87 | Hence the need to have recourse to a Divine witness, for 31 2, 93 | offered to demons, but also recourse to the help of the demons ~ 32 2, 93 | ways. First, if one have ~recourse to lots without any necessity: 33 2, 93 | necessity one were to have recourse to lots without ~reverence. 34 2, 93 | do so ~rather than have recourse to consulting the demons, 35 2, 93 | kind men frequently have recourse to lots, even as in ~the 36 2, 94 | equally ~lawful to have recourse to the words of Holy Writ, 37 2, 98 | if he is unable to have recourse to another, he must by no ~ 38 2, 116 | deceit, and then ~if he has recourse to words, it is "falsehood," 39 2, 116 | statement by oath; if he has recourse to ~deeds, and the deceit 40 2, 120 | creatures as gods without having recourse to images. Hence Varro ~ 41 2, 140 | recover health ~of soul, have recourse to abstinence from pleasures, 42 2, 145 | drink. Secondly, we have recourse to ~fasting in order that 43 2, 145 | difficult for him to ~have recourse to superior authority. on 44 2, 145 | doubtful, one should have recourse to the superior who has 45 2, 163 | This he did by having ~recourse to those sensible things, 46 2, 166 | outward ~movements, by having recourse to pretense in them, so 47 2, 166 | and ~virtuous man to have recourse to such things at times. 48 2, 166 | rule; since how can we have recourse ~to things which are not 49 2, 166 | the same way as we have recourse to sleep and other kinds 50 2, 170 | 6], it is better to have recourse to another explanation, 51 2, 185 | Gospel. The Apostle had recourse to this supererogation for ~ 52 3, 85 | Wherefore the penitent has ~recourse to God with a purpose of 53 Suppl, 8 | to him, he ~should have recourse to the higher authority, 54 Suppl, 20| decide all cases, and ~had recourse to the higher judges, according 55 Suppl, 20| of which he has to have recourse to ~his superior. The fourth 56 Suppl, 20| another, or should have recourse to his superior if he refused, 57 Suppl, 36| these they ~should have recourse to their superiors), but 58 Suppl, 45| frequently, too, they have recourse to other nuptials ~when 59 Suppl, 62| her sin, by not having ~recourse to her due correction.~Aquin.: 60 Suppl, 62| husband is not bound to have ~recourse to the aforesaid punishment 61 Suppl, 64| perpetual continence have ~recourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 62 Suppl, 71| vain do his friends have ~recourse to such like acts of kindness." 63 Suppl, 71| 2~I answer that, We have recourse to burial for the sake of 64 Suppl, 72| prayers of those who have recourse to ~their assistance.~Aquin.: 65 Suppl, 72| that in his need he has recourse to him with pure devotion. ~


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