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craft 11
craftily 2
craftiness 55
craftsman 59
craftsmen 7
crafty 11
cranes 1
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59 break
59 chapter
59 covered
59 craftsman
59 damnation
59 decision
59 departed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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craftsman

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | form of the art; whence a craftsman is said to produce ~a false 2 1, 45 | by his action; thus the ~craftsman works from natural things, 3 1, 45 | intellect and will, ~just as the craftsman is cause of the things made 4 1, 45 | made by his craft. Now the ~craftsman works through the word conceived 5 1, 45 | from the conception of the craftsman. According as ~it has relation 6 1, 63 | of rectitude. Were the ~craftsman's hand the rule itself engraving, 7 1, 65 | forms in the mind of the craftsman. This ~theory seems to be 8 1, 66 | bodily shape, but as the craftsman's will may be ~said to move 9 1, 72 | are hurtful; ~whereas the craftsman, knowing their use, laughs 10 1, 46 | by his action; thus the ~craftsman works from natural things, 11 1, 46 | intellect and will, ~just as the craftsman is cause of the things made 12 1, 46 | made by his craft. Now the ~craftsman works through the word conceived 13 1, 46 | from the conception of the craftsman. According as ~it has relation 14 1, 64 | of rectitude. Were the ~craftsman's hand the rule itself engraving, 15 1, 66 | forms in the mind of the craftsman. This ~theory seems to be 16 1, 67 | bodily shape, but as the craftsman's will may be ~said to move 17 1, 71 | are hurtful; ~whereas the craftsman, knowing their use, laughs 18 1, 104 | things made by art. For the craftsman is moved to action by the ~ 19 2, 56 | for instance, the act of a craftsman ~cannot be successful unless 20 2, 56 | successful unless both the craftsman and his instrument be well ~ 21 2, 57 | make bad use of art: for a craftsman can work badly ~according 22 2, 57 | of the work done. For a craftsman, as such, is commendable, 23 2, 57 | neither does this matter in a craftsman, as we have observed. And 24 2, 57 | For it is evident that a craftsman is inclined by justice, 25 2, 57 | more praise is given to a craftsman ~who is at fault willingly, 26 2, 57 | to be found, not in the craftsman, ~but in the product of 27 2, 57 | does ~not require of the craftsman that his act be a good act, 28 2, 57 | actions. Wherefore the ~craftsman needs art, not that he may 29 2, 68 | instrument is not moved by the ~craftsman, unless there by contact 30 2, 93 | art flows from the chief craftsman to the ~under-crafts-men, 31 2, 95 | as to details: thus the craftsman ~needs to determine the 32 2, 102 | its effects, and in the craftsman ~the types of the works 33 2, 10 | everyday life, even as a ~craftsman's laborer is his instrument 34 2, 10 | everything: whereas the ~craftsman's laborer is subject to 35 2, 45 | craft is reputed a better craftsman than he who does so ~involuntarily, 36 2, 55 | pre-exists in the mind of the craftsman an ~expression of the things 37 2, 69 | payment of that use, else no craftsman would be ~allowed to make 38 2, 76 | entrusts it to a ~merchant or craftsman. Now it is lawful to receive 39 2, 76 | entrusted to a merchant or craftsman. Therefore it is also lawful 40 2, 76 | his money to a merchant or craftsman so ~as to form a kind of 41 2, 76 | speculates with it, or the craftsman uses it for his craft, and ~ 42 2, 92 | by the diligence of the craftsman, he gave them divine worship; ~ 43 2, 94 | from the ~conception of the craftsman; and since they are nothing 44 2, 162 | agent's choice; for, ~if the craftsman were able, of the iron he 45 2, 185 | bodily labor of the farmer or craftsman"; and further on: "But it ~ 46 3, 3 | because the ~word of the craftsman, i.e. his concept, is an 47 3, 3 | unchangeable perfection; ~for the craftsman by the intelligible form 48 3, 18 | or a saw, is moved by the craftsman with ~only a corporeal movement; 49 3, 19 | inasmuch as it is moved by the craftsman, its ~operation is to make 50 3, 59 | the art of the Almighty Craftsman. But even as we and ~all 51 3, 62 | the art ~which is in the craftsman's mind. And it is thus that 52 Suppl, 29| their efficacy from the craftsman, both when they are made, ~ 53 Suppl, 65| to ~patient, and as the craftsman is to his material. But 54 Suppl, 65| several patients, or for one ~craftsman to work in several materials. 55 Suppl, 77| the instrument but to the craftsman. Therefore though ~the member 56 Suppl, 83| of the house built by the craftsman is ~materially in itself, 57 Suppl, 83| spiritually in the mind of the craftsman. On ~the other hand, sometimes 58 Suppl, 88| a heavenly body, as the craftsman's potentiality to construct 59 Suppl, 88| Further, it were not a wise craftsman who would make very great ~


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