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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reached

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | whatever conclusions are reached in any science must be ~ 2 1, 1 | Whatever other conclusions are reached in this sacred ~science 3 1, 56 | infinitely beyond cannot be reached. Therefore it appears that 4 1, 62 | turning to God that the angel reached to ~beatitude. If, then, 5 1, 71 | also the more perfect is reached through the less perfect.~ 6 1, 57 | infinitely beyond cannot be reached. Therefore it appears that 7 1, 63 | turning to God that the angel reached to ~beatitude. If, then, 8 1, 71 | also the more perfect is reached through the less perfect.~ 9 1, 101 | Others say that ~paradise reached to the moon - that is, to 10 2, 11 | suspense, although it has reached ~something. Thus in local 11 2, 33 | movement ceases when repose is reached. But pleasure is, as ~it 12 2, 33 | ceases when ~pleasure is reached. Therefore pleasure does 13 2, 33 | point of perfection is ~reached, then do they afford the 14 2, 66 | same ~indivisible mark is reached more nearly and more readily 15 2, 72 | thought; the second stage is reached "when one ~is satisfied 16 2, 83 | the soul which is ~first reached by man's origin, is the 17 2, 102 | the tabernacle, but also reached to the ground and covered 18 2, 23 | and when ~this has been reached it is no longer possible 19 2, 42 | author of the precept is reached; yet it is fulfilled, imperfectly ~ 20 2, 42 | intended by its author is not reached, ~nevertheless the order 21 2, 50 | moved, since it has already reached the term of movement, even 22 2, 51 | reason, ~and the base is reached in the action performed 23 2, 86 | boys or girls who have not reached the ~years of puberty and 24 2, 86 | years of ~puberty have been reached, they can bind themselves 25 2, 86 | children who have not ~yet reached the use of reason: for their 26 2, 145 | conduces until the sun has reached its zenith), and again because ~ 27 2, 182 | as bodily perfection ~is reached by bodily growth, so spiritual 28 2, 182 | growth one is said to have reached the ~state of perfect age. 29 2, 182 | growth, ~when one has already reached spiritual perfection, one 30 2, 187 | to children who have not ~reached the required use of reason, 31 2, 187 | it is possible to have ~reached the lawful age to receive 32 2, 187 | OBJ 4: A woman who has not reached the age of puberty is not ~ 33 3, 6 | A[1]). Now the medium is reached before the ~end. Therefore 34 3, 7 | increase in heat, when it has reached the ~utmost limit of heat 35 3, 7 | hence the grace ~of Christ reached the highest measure of grace. 36 3, 7 | seeing that they have reached their last end. But as regards 37 3, 9 | Now, when ~perfection is reached, there is no further need 38 3, 12 | as He was able to ~have reached that grade of knowledge 39 3, 15 | to Christ, whose spirit reached the highest ~degree of fortitude. 40 3, 19 | life." But Adam's demerits reached to the ~condemnation of 41 3, 39 | power ~before His body had reached the perfect age: to humility, 42 3, 42 | His ~doctrine would have reached all immediately.~Aquin.: 43 3, 43 | begin to teach until He reached the ~perfect age, as we 44 3, 44 | west of it: but having ~reached the western edge of the 45 3, 52 | flesh, so Christ's ~grace reached those only who became His 46 Suppl, 27| he who has not yet been reached by God's operation ~unto 47 Suppl, 40| talaric," because it reached down to the ankles [talos], ~ 48 Suppl, 55| although ~previously he reached his actual quantity by some 49 Suppl, 59| 4: Either the child has reached a perfect age, and then 50 Suppl, 72| the waters of the deluge ~reached it, as Bede says (Hexaem. 51 Suppl, 77| is one that has not yet reached its ultimate ~perfection, 52 Suppl, 77| that ~which has already reached its ultimate perfection 53 Suppl, 77| nutrimental, when it has not yet reached this term, but is still 54 Suppl, 78| the humors have not yet reached their ultimate disposition.~ 55 Suppl, 81| because they will then ~have reached the final term of all, it 56 Suppl, 88| incomplete, this movement has not reached the ~term whereto it was 57 Suppl, 93| person. For things which have reached their term are not subject 58 Suppl, 93| due to works which have ~reached their term of perfection. 59 Suppl, 95| judgment day, will have reached the last term of their damnation, 60 Suppl, 95| good and evil will have reached their ~ultimate consummation, 61 Suppl, 95| this respect both have ~reached the term. Possibly, however, 62 Suppl, 95| degree unprofitable to have reached ~the highest degree of evil, 63 Suppl, 95| but because they have ~reached the highest of evils. ~Aquin.:


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