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affable 2
affair 3
affairs 127
affect 59
affectation 4
affected 109
affectibus 10
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60 transferred
60 universally
60 xviii
59 affect
59 ascend
59 asks
59 battle
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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affect

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | equally, this would not affect the divine ~simplicity, 2 1, 31 | properly speaking, does not affect ~the predicate, which is 3 1, 69 | in root, stem, or fruit, affect the argument.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 70 | in root, stem, or fruit, affect the argument.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 77 | and of their very nature, affect the senses; since they are ~ 6 1, 82 | corporeal causes, which cannot affect the intellectual part, ~ 7 1, 83 | phantasms cannot of themselves affect the passive intellect, and 8 1, 97 | generation." But contraries affect the same subject: also there 9 2, 17 | praise and blame do not affect the acts ~themselves of 10 2, 17 | the human body; but they affect the acts of the sensitive ~ 11 2, 32 | in so far as it seems to affect ~one's own good.~Aquin.: 12 2, 35 | sorrow, may be taken so as to affect the first part only, by ~ 13 2, 38 | pain, in so far as they affect the body, ~denote a certain 14 2, 47 | done by anyone does not ~affect a man unless in some way 15 2, 57 | those habits alone which affect the appetitive part of the 16 2, 57 | the ~appetitive part, nor affect it in any way, but only 17 2, 67 | perfection and imperfection to affect the same thing at the same 18 2, 73 | God). But circumstances affect sin on the part of the object 19 2, 76 | struck him (which does not affect the ~sinfulness of the act). 20 2, 96 | a captive. ~Some things affect the community in one respect, 21 2, 13 | circumstance of sin, which can affect any kind of sin at all. 22 2, 23 | contraries by their ~nature affect the same subject. Now increase 23 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: Contraries affect the same subject when that 24 2, 30 | neighbor: some of which affect the soul, ~and are relieved 25 2, 30 | almsdeeds, while others affect the body, ~and are relieved 26 2, 31 | little faults which do not affect a man's good name, wherefore 27 2, 33 | called "curiosity"; if it ~affect the speech it is called " 28 2, 59 | another man's person, it may affect ~either the very substance 29 2, 66 | the sin be not such as to affect the ~community, or if he 30 2, 135 | Andronicus [*Chrysippus: in De Affect.] says that ~"perseverance 31 2, 135 | because ~evils of this kind affect the necessaries of life: 32 2, 139 | they do not so strongly affect the sensitive appetite, ~ 33 2, 139 | desires and ~pleasures which affect man himself. Hence it is 34 2, 140 | And though children do not affect these things much, yet ~ 35 2, 146 | of gluttony be found to ~affect only such things as are 36 2, 146 | Hence this does not directly affect the gravity of gluttony, ~ 37 2, 162 | OBJ 3: These punishments affect all somewhat. For any woman 38 3, 16 | or greatness cannot newly affect anything, ~unless it be 39 3, 72 | ages of the body do not affect the soul. ~Therefore this 40 3, 72 | age of the body does not affect the ~soul. Consequently 41 3, 73 | enkindled, and the things which affect us ~most are impressed the 42 3, 75 | the ~accidents, such as to affect the senses, and such operations 43 3, 77 | Whether such accidents can affect an extrinsic body?~(4) Whether 44 3, 77 | in this sacrament cannot ~affect external objects. For it 45 3, 77 | Therefore they ~cannot affect other matter by producing 46 3, 77 | very ~accidents appear to affect the wine that is added, 47 3, 82 | of the ministers cannot affect Christ's ~mysteries, as 48 Suppl, 9 | relate only such ~matters as affect the gravity of the sin; 49 Suppl, 54| A commandment does not affect the past but the future. ~ 50 Suppl, 62| and because it does not so affect ~the certainty of offspring.~ 51 Suppl, 66| bodies. Wherefore bigamy must affect both of these at the ~same 52 Suppl, 70| xii): "The things that affect the ~soul well or ill after 53 Suppl, 78| any more, nor any waste affect the parts of man. Therefore ~ 54 Suppl, 79| humidity: wherefore it will affect ~the organ with a spiritual 55 Suppl, 79| and in the blessed it will affect the organ of hearing ~by 56 Suppl, 80| have a natural aptitude to affect the ~touch, and yet since 57 Suppl, 80| in its power thereby to affect or not to affect the touch. 58 Suppl, 80| thereby to affect or not to affect the touch. In like manner ~ 59 Suppl, 81| in God, since it does not affect that which is ~intrinsic


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