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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | is potential in them is consistent ~with non-being. Hence, 2 1, 9 | celestial bodies matter is ~not consistent with privation of form, 3 1, 9 | because the subject is ~consistent with privation of this or 4 1, 9 | potentiality to act, are not ~consistent with the privation of this 5 1, 25 | of active ~principle is consistent with active power. For active 6 1, 63 | indwelling, which are not consistent with mortal sin. Yet the 7 1, 74 | days ~were simultaneous, is consistent with either view of the 8 1, 74 | difference; which are not consistent with Augustine's explanation. 9 1, 64 | indwelling, which are not consistent with mortal sin. Yet the 10 1, 73 | days ~were simultaneous, is consistent with either view of the 11 1, 73 | difference; which are not consistent with Augustine's explanation. 12 1, 83 | anything that was true and ~consistent with our faith, we must 13 1, 83 | their teaching anything consistent with faith, he adopted it: 14 1, 94 | If such imperfection be ~consistent with the perfection of the 15 1, 112 | has many other ~effects consistent with childhood; for instance 16 2, 22 | the nature of passion ~is consistent with the appetitive, rather 17 2, 22 | notion of passion is more ~consistent with the act of the sensitive 18 2, 22 | Therefore passion is more ~consistent with the intellectual than 19 2, 25 | good, a movement which is consistent with good, not as such, 20 2, 58 | passions to a mean, and are consistent with an ~abundance of passion. 21 2, 59 | exclude the passions, but is consistent with them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 22 2, 59 | one possesses not, may be ~consistent with virtue: but depression 23 2, 71 | infused virtues, but is ~consistent with acquired virtue: while 24 2, 92 | nor can the whole be well consistent ~unless its parts be proportionate 25 2, 18 | the fear of ~punishment is consistent with charity, in the same 26 2, 18 | fear of punishment is ~not consistent with charity. In another 27 2, 18 | Such ~fear of punishment is consistent with charity; but it is 28 2, 18 | poverty corresponds, is consistent with the perfection of ~ 29 2, 23 | intellectual nature, and it is consistent ~with his condition that 30 2, 23 | nature, with which it is consistent ~to be sometimes in potentiality 31 2, 45 | Further, prudence is more consistent with human nature than with ~ 32 2, 50 | But counselling is not ~consistent with being led by another. 33 2, 60 | sin of injustice, which is consistent with equality on the ~part 34 2, 88 | admissible. But swearing is not consistent with an irrational ~creature. 35 2, 93 | movement in the ~imagination consistent with that disposition; thus 36 2, 115 | And since every virtue is consistent with its object, it follows ~ 37 2, 115 | is a virtue, its act is consistent with money. Now ~money comes 38 2, 121 | time, whereas aggression is consistent with sudden movements; ~ 39 2, 122 | country. Yet this is not consistent with Church observance, 40 2, 130 | Rhet. ii) that glory is ~"consistent good report about a person, 41 2, 135 | of ~difficult good, it is consistent in one who has even perfect 42 2, 145 | A[1]] good. Now this is consistent ~with fasting, because fasting 43 2, 153 | General ~decorum by its consistent form and the perfection 44 2, 166 | but only that ~which is consistent with good behavior, so our 45 2, 167 | outward apparel should ~be consistent with the estate of the person, 46 2, 169 | Yet both of these are consistent with prophecy; for it is 47 2, 173 | with greater velocity than ~consistent with its natural movement.~ 48 3, 28 | the ~sea. But this is not consistent with what has been decided 49 3, 36 | that His birth might be consistent with this, it should have 50 3, 38 | John baptize, "that, being consistent with his office of ~precursor, 51 3, 43 | s deeds should have been consistent with His words. But He Himself ~ 52 3, 48 | it does not seem to be consistent for the same agent to ~operate 53 3, 48 | relation to His flesh is consistent ~with the infirmity which 54 3, 67 | people: and to do this seems consistent with no other than the ~ 55 Suppl, 14| satisfaction must needs be consistent with the ~removal of the 56 Suppl, 18| of the ~ministers must be consistent with the sacrament. Nor 57 Suppl, 47| violence or compulsion is consistent with consent, ~but not the 58 Suppl, 61| marriage. For ~that which is consistent with marriage does not dissolve 59 Suppl, 64| husband's body, except as is ~consistent with the welfare of his 60 Suppl, 70| corporeal fire is ~equally consistent with separated souls and 61 Suppl, 82| glorified body, and is more consistent with the words of Gregory.~ 62 Suppl, 86| question, both of which seem consistent with Divine ~justice, because


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