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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | and whatsoever causes He assigns ~to certain effects, He 2 1, 22 | most powerful. Therefore He assigns the ~stability of necessity 3 1, 58 | to understand it when he assigns ~one as inferior to the 4 1, 59 | to understand it when he assigns ~one as inferior to the 5 1, 77 | Avicenna (De Anima iv, 1) assigns five interior ~sensitive 6 1, 77 | intentions. Avicenna, ~however, assigns between the estimative and 7 1, 78 | contrary, The Philosopher assigns the intellectual faculty 8 1, 78 | Augustine (De Trin. x, 11) assigns to the soul memory, ~understanding, 9 1, 92 | Augustine (De Trin. ix, 4) assigns God's image in the ~soul 10 1, 92 | Augustine (De Trin. x, 11) assigns the image of the ~Trinity 11 1, 92 | Augustine (De Trin. xi, 2 seqq.) assigns the trinity in ~the lower 12 1, 92 | conscious of possessing; and assigns the image of the ~Trinity 13 1, 116 | 3~Reply OBJ 2: Avicenna assigns the cause of bewitchment 14 2, 46 | Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 4) assigns as one difference ~between 15 2, 46 | Orth. ii, 16) unsuitably ~assigns three species of anger - " 16 2, 52 | some not. Now Simplicius assigns the ~cause of this diversity 17 2, 54 | to one habit: thus Tully assigns many parts of fortitude, ~ 18 2, 57 | Ethic. vi, ~9,10,11), who assigns these three virtues as being 19 2, 65 | this way that Aristotle assigns the reason for ~their connection ( 20 2, 69 | Serm. Dom. in Monte i, 4) assigns the ~beatitudes recited 21 2, 69 | propounded to the throng, ~assigns them to the cardinal virtues, 22 2, 69 | It is thus that Augustine assigns them (De Serm. Dom. ~in 23 2, 69 | own ~good. Hence Our Lord assigns to these beatitudes rewards 24 2, 87 | property. Hence the Lord assigns the reason for this by saying ( 25 2, 107 | difference which Augustine assigns (Contra Faust. ~iv, 2), 26 2, 8 | those things which Gregory ~assigns as their opposites. For 27 2, 33 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) assigns six daughters to sloth, 28 2, 33 | OBJ 2: Gregory fittingly assigns the daughters of sloth. 29 2, 34 | envy is a capital sin and assigns the aforesaid daughters ~ 30 2, 45 | Further, the Philosopher assigns art and prudence to the 31 2, 46 | De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53) assigns three parts of ~prudence, 32 2, 59 | contrary, The Philosopher assigns two parts to justice and 33 2, 62 | commanded him to do this." He assigns the same ~reason in the 34 2, 78 | Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 13) ~assigns a corresponding twofold 35 2, 90 | the contrary, Augustine assigns the various species of superstition ~( 36 2, 116 | contrary, Gregory (Moral. xxxi) assigns to covetousness the ~daughters 37 2, 119 | followed this: wherefore he ~assigns the first beatitude to the 38 2, 126 | Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) assigns four parts to fortitude, 39 2, 130 | Moral. xxxi), who ~there assigns the above daughters to vainglory.~ 40 2, 141 | Rhet. ii, 54) unbecomingly ~assigns the parts of temperance, 41 2, 141 | in what we do: this he ~assigns to "method." The second 42 2, 141 | many, and to this Macrobius assigns ~"lowliness," and Andronicus " 43 2, 146 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) assigns these daughters to ~gluttony.~ 44 2, 156 | the Philosopher suitably assigns the species of anger?~Aquin.: 45 2, 156 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) assigns these daughters to ~anger.~ 46 2, 159 | Andronicus [*De Affectibus] assigns humility to outward ~show; 47 2, 166 | Philosopher [*Ethic. ii, 7; iv, 8] assigns to games the virtue of ~{ 48 2, 167 | Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 7) assigns to ~deeds and words, which 49 2, 172 | beginning of the Psalter assigns only two species to prophecy, 50 2, 172 | lofty things, and to this he assigns the first place. ~As regards 51 2, 172 | the "parable" to which ~he assigns the sixth place.~Aquin.: 52 2, 178 | On the other hand, he assigns the circular movement of 53 2, 178 | contemplation." Further, he assigns a ~different oblique movement 54 2, 178 | movement to each. For he assigns the oblique movement ~of 55 2, 178 | relation to God": whereas he assigns the oblique ~movement of 56 2, 178 | 2/2~Wherefore Dionysius assigns the "circular" movement 57 3, 50 | De Trin. vi; ~Bardenhewer assigns it to St. Athanasius: 45, 58 Suppl, 25| custom of the Church, who assigns, now a ~greater, now a lesser 59 Suppl, 40| Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v) assigns these three orders to the ~ 60 Suppl, 42| is that which the ~Master assigns (Sent. iv, D, 26).~Aquin.: 61 Suppl, 53| argument ~is void for it assigns as a cause that which is 62 Suppl, 54| modesty. ~The Divine law assigns this reason (Lev. 18:10): " 63 Suppl, 93| one a ~hundredfold," which assigns the fruits to virginity,


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