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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conjunction

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | shall see Him as He is," the conjunction ~"as" determines the mode 2 1, 77 | medium, which is either in conjunction or extrinsic and ~is either 3 1, 84 | acquires a greater power by its conjunction with ~the intellectual part, 4 1, 109 | its highest point is in conjunction ~with superior nature. Now 5 2, 13 | preference to another, it is in conjunction with some ~action of the 6 2, 19 | will is always evil when in conjunction with ~erring reason: so 7 2, 25 | union, consisting in the conjunction of one with the other. This 8 2, 31 | good which is brought into ~conjunction, that to which it is conjoined, 9 2, 31 | it is conjoined, and the conjunction itself. ~For spiritual good 10 2, 31 | sensitive faculty. Also the conjunction is more intimate, more perfect ~ 11 2, 31 | More perfect, ~because the conjunction of the sensible to the sense 12 2, 32 | which is knowledge of this conjunction: and in respect of these ~ 13 2, 32 | as one thing is in real conjunction of any kind with another, 14 2, 32 | potentially. And since real conjunction is greater than ~conjunction 15 2, 32 | conjunction is greater than ~conjunction by likeness, which is the 16 2, 32 | by likeness, which is the conjunction of knowledge; and ~again, 17 2, 32 | is greater than potential conjunction: therefore the ~greatest 18 2, 32 | wherein there is pleasurable conjunction, not only in respect of ~ 19 2, 32 | memory, which has only the conjunction of apprehension.~Aquin.: 20 2, 33 | which is cognizant of the ~conjunction with some suitable good. 21 2, 35 | requisite for pleasure; namely, ~conjunction with good and perception 22 2, 35 | good and perception of this conjunction; so also two ~things are 23 2, 35 | requisite for pain: namely, conjunction with some evil (which ~is 24 2, 35 | and perception of ~this conjunction. Now whatever is conjoined, 25 2, 35 | pain arises from the real conjunction of some contrary; whereas 26 2, 36 | same reason we desire the conjunction of good ~and the removal 27 2, 36 | removal of evil. But as conjunction regards unity, since it 28 2, 37 | bodily transmutation in conjunction with it. But bodily ~transmutation 29 2, 43 | is that which causes the conjunction, or the suitableness, or ~ 30 2, 50 | intellect; but only in ~the "conjunction," which is composed of soul 31 2, 98 | sin might ~abound," the conjunction "that" must be taken as 32 2, 120 | and generally speaking in ~conjunction with all we say or do, according 33 2, 130 | and contention, except in ~conjunction with vainglory, in that 34 2, 145 | ceases to ~be virtuous by the conjunction of any vice.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 152 | Fornication is reckoned in conjunction with these things, ~not 36 2, 186 | that which is first is in conjunction with the ~beginning of that 37 3, 3 | not conceive the mode of conjunction to be according to addition"; ~ 38 3, 6 | nature, which springs from a conjunction of ~parts.~Aquin.: SMT TP 39 3, 8 | account of its most ~close conjunction with God, i.e. by personal 40 3, 16 | God by reason of a certain conjunction either of dignity, ~or of 41 3, 16 | joined to man by such a conjunction that man is dwelt in by 42 3, 16 | humanized manifests the conjunction with man." Hence ~with like 43 3, 16 | Divine Nature, ~but by its conjunction with the Divine Nature in 44 3, 16 | by reason of a certain ~conjunction of supposita, or of personal 45 3, 28 | first-born Son." Now this conjunction ~"till" is wont to designate 46 3, 44 | the sun and moon are in conjunction. But then the sun ~and moon 47 3, 44 | it was not the time of ~conjunction." - The second miracle is 48 3, 66 | these, indeed, are used in conjunction with the sacrament for three ~ 49 3, 78 | to it. Consequently, the conjunction "for" is improperly ~added 50 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The conjunction "for" is set in this form 51 3, 78 | being uttered, taken in conjunction ~with those uttered before. 52 Suppl, 9 | when it is considered in conjunction with ~several others, for 53 Suppl, 9 | it derives from being in conjunction with another. ~Moreover 54 Suppl, 9 | from itself and from the conjunction ~of another; and as to the 55 Suppl, 51| unless it have error in conjunction with it, because the ~will' 56 Suppl, 65| forbidden (Acts 15:29) in conjunction with ceremonies of ~the 57 Suppl, 71| more familiar and close conjunction than ~anything else we put 58 Suppl, 89| intellect, or as though from its conjunction with our intellect there ~ 59 Suppl, 89| capable of being brought into ~conjunction with the sight is in conjunction 60 Suppl, 89| conjunction with the sight is in conjunction therewith. Now they are 61 Suppl, 89| not ~capable of being in conjunction with the sight of their 62 Suppl, 89| when their ~image is in conjunction with the sight. But God


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