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master-virtue 1
mastercraft 3
mastered 2
masters 62
mastership 28
mastery 4
masticated 3
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62 imitate
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62 partake
62 preserve
62 profits
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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masters

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | Rational creatures are masters of their own acts; and for ~ 2 1, 23 | forasmuch as we are the masters of our own acts by free 3 1, 63 | reasonably rejected by the masters as ~erroneous.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 64 | reasonably rejected by the masters as ~erroneous.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 81 | Further, by the will we are masters of our own actions. But 6 1, 81 | actions. But we ~are not masters of that which is of necessity. 7 1, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: We are masters of our own actions by reason 8 1, 81 | actions of which we are ~masters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 9 1, 97 | But the multiplication ~of masters requires the division of 10 1, 97 | account of the multiplicity of masters, inasmuch as community of ~ 11 1, 97 | things of which they were ~masters - a state of things to be 12 2, 1 | 24, "No man can serve two masters," such, namely, as ~are 13 2, 6 | irrational animals are not masters of their ~actions; for " 14 2, 6 | to that of which we are ~masters. Now we are masters in respect 15 2, 6 | are ~masters. Now we are masters in respect of to act and 16 2, 28 | reason: for lovers are masters of themselves at times. 17 2, 87 | or on servants for their ~masters, inasmuch as they are their 18 2, 100 | No man can serve two masters," the two statements, ~" 19 2, 10 | yoke, let them count their masters worthy of all ~honor": and 20 2, 10 | they that have believing masters, let them not despise ~them." 21 2, 10 | Servants be subject to your ~masters with all fear, not only 22 2, 10 | servants ~should honor their masters, adds, "lest the name of 23 2, 10 | Slaves are subject to their masters for their whole ~lifetime, 24 2, 12 | holy men served unbelieving masters; thus Joseph served ~Pharaoh, 25 2, 30 | to be obedient to their masters." Now they ~may lawfully 26 2, 30 | anything that will profit their masters: and this would ~be especially 27 2, 48 | free-will whereby to be masters of their own actions, wherefore ~ 28 2, 55 | the ~rights of fathers and masters as distinct species.~Aquin.: 29 2, 61 | father and thy mother." Again masters, ~though they be wicked, 30 2, 61 | yoke, let them count their ~masters worthy of all honor." Therefore 31 2, 61 | the same way parents and masters should be honored, on account 32 2, 63 | strike their children, or masters ~their slaves?~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 63 | strike their children, or ~masters their slaves. For the Apostle 34 2, 63 | on (Eph. 9:6): "And you, ~masters, do the same thing to your 35 2, 63 | strike ~their children, nor masters their slaves.~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 63 | moderation. The command that masters should forbear from threatening ~ 37 2, 80 | to be ~devoted to their masters; thus Pope Leo says [*Serm. 38 2, 80 | subjects to their temporal masters is of ~another kind, just 39 2, 88 | creatures, since they are not masters of their own actions. ~The 40 2, 93 | movement, for they are not masters of their actions. This ~ 41 2, 101 | servants to obey their ~masters and which in Greek is called 42 2, 102 | obey in all things ~your masters according to the flesh." 43 2, 102 | not bound ~to obey their masters, nor children their parents, 44 2, 102 | are held bound to earthly ~masters, as a gloss observes on 45 2, 106 | slaves the sins of their masters, so as to sin with ~greater 46 2, 116 | whereof we are absolute masters, ~is applied to many other 47 2, 123 | service they owe their masters.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] A[ 48 2, 186 | disciples of truth become the masters of error." Hence ~it is 49 3, 2 | 2/4~But some more recent masters, thinking to avoid these 50 3, 18 | simple will, and by the masters "will as ~nature," is different 51 3, 18 | counseling will, ~and the masters, "will as reason." But this 52 3, 26 | would differ from the great masters of his time, who failed 53 3, 68 | and in the power of ~their masters. But Jews and all other 54 3, 85 | are on the hands ~of their masters . . . so are our eyes unto 55 Suppl, 9 | which are assigned by the masters, ~are necessary for confession?~ 56 Suppl, 9 | the conditions assigned by masters, and ~contained in the following 57 Suppl, 9 | have the authority of the masters who assigned the ~above.~ 58 Suppl, 52| and belong to different masters, the children, if ~several, 59 Suppl, 57| his nourishers, tutors and masters, which is false. ~Therefore 60 Suppl, 80| Hence the ~Apostle, as the masters expound, in speaking of 61 Suppl, 83| iv, D, 44). Among modern ~masters, however, there are two 62 Suppl, 92| called their dowry by the masters. Hence the dower of which ~


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