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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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building

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | order: thus in ~the order of building, he who plans the form of 2 1, 19 | ordering ~of things, for the building up of the universe. Therefore 3 1, 45 | Creation does not mean the building up of a composite thing ~ 4 1, 56 | what gave it heat, and the building from the ~builder; whereas 5 1, 62 | to Him; at the same time ~building up their nature and bestowing 6 1, 62 | builder chisels the stones for building a house, from the fact that 7 1, 65 | in different ~parts of a building, not on account of any antecedent 8 1, 65 | perfection of the entire ~building, which could not be obtained 9 1, 73 | house ~that he makes by building. But the first perfection 10 1, 46 | Creation does not mean the building up of a composite thing ~ 11 1, 57 | what gave it heat, and the building from the ~builder; whereas 12 1, 63 | to Him; at the same time ~building up their nature and bestowing 13 1, 63 | builder chisels the stones for building a house, from the fact that 14 1, 66 | in different ~parts of a building, not on account of any antecedent 15 1, 66 | perfection of the entire ~building, which could not be obtained 16 1, 72 | house ~that he makes by building. But the first perfection 17 1, 77 | because they are useful for building its nest. Animals, therefore, 18 1, 86 | the work accomplished, as ~building is the perfection of the 19 1, 102 | builder attains his end by building a house; thirdly, as ~something 20 1, 102 | builder is not the act of building, ~but the house he builds. 21 2, 8 | helmsman; whereas the ~building of the ship, which is directed 22 2, 16 | the principal agent, as building ~is ascribed to the builder, 23 2, 72 | generation or movement: thus the building is the complete ~generation 24 2, 90 | for instance the work of building and the house built; so ~ 25 2, 99 | end. Thus also the art of building is one ~according to the 26 2, 99 | because it aims at the building of a ~house: and yet it 27 2, 102 | have been changed by the building of a temple.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 102 | to be pointed out by the building of ~the temple before the 29 2, 102 | reason it is said that in the building of the ~temple no sound 30 2, 102 | Jews alone worked at ~the building of the tabernacle; whereas 31 2, 102 | neighbor." The coverings of the building designate ~prelates and 32 2, 108 | that is ~necessary to the building. Therefore Christ's words 33 2, 4 | is the first part ~of a building) and consequently it seems 34 2, 4 | with the other parts of the building: since the ~building would 35 2, 4 | the building: since the ~building would not be founded on 36 2, 18 | beginning of the art of building is the foundation because 37 2, 120 | formed is the heart, and in building a ~home the first thing 38 2, 139 | is clear ~that the end of building is a house, whereas sometimes 39 2, 159 | likeness, compared to a building, so again that which is 40 2, 159 | laid before the rest of the building. Now the virtues are ~in 41 2, 185 | alms are besought for the building of a bridge, or church, 42 2, 187 | they bring ~down the whole building" (Dist. xlviii, can. Sicut 43 2, 187 | Para. 1/5~Reply OBJ 3: The building of the tower signifies the 44 3, 7 | of the ministry, for the building up [Douay: ~'edifying'] 45 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The building up of the church by the 46 3, 33 | years was this Temple in building"; on which words Augustine 47 3, 33 | been forty-six years in building: so that as many years as 48 3, 39 | of ~baptism - namely, the building up of the unity of the Church. 49 3, 72 | Cor. 3:9: ~"You are God's building"; and they are also "an 50 3, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, in a building the foundation takes the 51 3, 84 | simply, i.e. in the first building thereof; but it is the ~ 52 3, 84 | foundation in the second building which is accomplished by 53 3, 90 | contains virtually the ~whole building. In this way contrition 54 Suppl, 25| the erection of a certain building. If, therefore, indulgences ~ 55 Suppl, 25| that helps towards the building of a church, we must understand 56 Suppl, 25| her ~peace; or such as the building of a church, of a bridge, 57 Suppl, 29| salvation or concerned the building of the ~ecclesiastical edifice. 58 Suppl, 29| nor do ~they concern the building or division of the Church. 59 Suppl, 37| said in an unconsecrated building, although the ~consecration 60 Suppl, 41| bound to husbandry and ~building and to such offices as are


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