Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
resign 9
resigning 2
resist 118
resistance 61
resistant 1
resisted 14
resisteth 17
Frequency    [«  »]
61 proud
61 reaches
61 remit
61 resistance
61 revenge
61 self-evident
61 thief
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

resistance

   Part, Question
1 1, 45 | Further, the greater the resistance is on the part of the thing ~ 2 1, 63 | something involves on its ~part resistance to anything contrary. Now 3 1, 64 | is nothing else than the resistance ~of the will to what is, 4 1, 46 | Further, the greater the resistance is on the part of the thing ~ 5 1, 64 | something involves on its ~part resistance to anything contrary. Now 6 1, 65 | is nothing else than the resistance ~of the will to what is, 7 1, 80 | is harmful, but also to resistance ~against corruptive and 8 1, 102 | seem possible that some resistance can be made to the ~order 9 1, 112 | God by Gabriel. And this resistance of his may have been caused 10 2, 28 | withstands opposition or resistance. ~Since therefore love is " 11 2, 41 | surpass ~man's faculty of resistance in three ways. First by 12 2, 78 | and without any notable resistance on the part of reason, and ~ 13 2, 10 | accessory thereto, ~and resistance to matters of faith, and 14 2, 11 | rightly, offer a stubborn resistance, and, refusing to mend their ~ 15 2, 13 | Therefore it seem that resistance of the known truth, and 16 2, 13 | against which there is the "resistance of ~the known truth," when, 17 2, 18 | of ~that mover, because resistance of the movable subject to 18 2, 33 | flight but to be conquered by resistance." Therefore ~sloth is not 19 2, 33 | by flight, sometimes by resistance; by flight when ~a continued 20 2, 33 | Fly fornication"; by resistance, ~when perseverance in the 21 2, 38 | necessary, to refrain from resistance or ~self-defense. Nevertheless 22 2, 67 | Further, just as a man, by resistance, escapes the death to which ~ 23 2, 67 | the judge to combat his resistance by force, so ~that on his 24 2, 127 | greatness of ~this power of resistance to reason arises chiefly 25 2, 127 | have no great power of ~resistance, unless they be violent, 26 2, 127 | passions have great power of resistance to reason arising from the ~ 27 2, 153 | in another power, since resistance is of one thing ~against 28 2, 153 | be taken as ~denoting the resistance of the reason to evil desires 29 3, 7 | greatness of might, to which resistance ~could not easily be offered; 30 3, 15 | of which consists in the ~resistance of the sensitive appetite 31 3, 54 | not only because of its ~resistance, but also on account of 32 Suppl, 80| subtlety there is less resistance. If then a glorified body 33 Suppl, 80| body, it will offer less resistance to a ~glorified body: and 34 Suppl, 80| body, and thus offer no resistance to ~a passing body. Wherefore 35 Suppl, 81| since a vacuum offers no resistance whatever to a thing ~that 36 Suppl, 81| whereas the plenum offers resistance; and so there ~would be 37 Suppl, 81| velocity is as the ratio of the resistance offered by the medium. Now 38 Suppl, 81| movements on account of the resistance of the ~medium. For every 39 Suppl, 81| movable, although there be no ~resistance on the part of the medium; 40 Suppl, 81| retardation resulting from ~the resistance of the medium is a part 41 Suppl, 81| retardations ~resulting from the resistance of the medium. This is an 42 Suppl, 81| must take not only the resistance of the movable to the moving 43 Suppl, 81| moving power, but ~also the resistance of the medium through which 44 Suppl, 81| takes place, ~and again the resistance of anything else, so that 45 Suppl, 81| the mover; and ~such like resistance even heavenly bodies offer 46 Suppl, 81| part of matter we find no ~resistance, neither of a force inclining 47 Suppl, 81| form. Hence there can be no resistance save on the part of the ~ 48 Suppl, 81| of the ~medium, and this resistance is connatural to their movement. 49 Suppl, 81| movement. Sometimes ~again the resistance results from both, as may 50 Suppl, 81| in a movement there is no resistance save on the part ~of the 51 Suppl, 81| movements where there is resistance on the part of the ~medium 52 Suppl, 81| those other movements ~where resistance is offered by both the movable 53 Suppl, 81| mover as ~compared with the resistance of both movable and medium 54 Suppl, 81| measured according only to the resistance of the movable. Nor ~will 55 Suppl, 81| movement less ~than does the resistance of the movable, so that 56 Suppl, 81| the movable, so that the resistance of the ~medium will add 57 Suppl, 81| although the medium offer no resistance to ~the glorified bodies, 58 Suppl, 81| instantaneous movement, ~unless the resistance of the movable were overcome 59 Suppl, 81| altogether. Now ~although the resistance of the movable to the mover, 60 Suppl, 81| power, nevertheless the resistance it offers through contrariety 61 Suppl, 81| opposite place and ~its resistance is all the greater, according


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License