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unsuitability 1
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57 valid
57 withdraws
56 adhere
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unsuitable

   Part, Question
1 1, 78 | something, ~whether suitable or unsuitable, is taken away from it. 2 1, 80 | lower ~position, which is unsuitable to it, towards a higher 3 1, 80 | is suitable and ~what is unsuitable. But the object of the irascible 4 1, 80 | resist ~the onslaught of the unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 5 1, 96 | the surplus, ~which seems unsuitable to the state of innocence. 6 2, 18 | the object is suitable or unsuitable to reason. Now certain actions ~ 7 2, 22 | sometimes that which is lost is unsuitable to ~the thing: thus when 8 2, 28 | love of a good which is unsuitable to the lover, wounds and 9 2, 29 | one thing, and naturally unsuitable to ~another: thus heat is 10 2, 32 | something which ~previously was unsuitable, becomes suitable or ceases 11 2, 34 | another way, through something unsuitable being ~esteemed suitable. 12 2, 35 | of pain or sorrow is an unsuitable evil. ~Now it happens that 13 2, 35 | possible for any evil to be so unsuitable as not to be ~suitable in 14 2, 35 | leaves the term ~that is unsuitable to its nature: as though 15 2, 35 | than in shunning what is unsuitable. ~Therefore the inclination 16 2, 35 | recedes from that which is unsuitable; as we remarked above in ~ 17 2, 49 | species of quality seems ~unsuitable. For there are many shapes, 18 2, 49 | of good: and when it is unsuitable, it has the aspect of evil. ~ 19 2, 49 | considered to be suitable or unsuitable to the nature of ~a thing, 20 2, 49 | far as it is suitable or unsuitable ~thereto. But a thing's 21 2, 54 | which disposes to an act unsuitable to nature. Thus, ~acts of 22 2, 55 | whiteness white. It is therefore unsuitable to describe virtue as a ~" 23 2, 55 | virtue. It is ~therefore unsuitable to put "righteous" in the 24 2, 55 | without thee." It is therefore unsuitable to say ~that "God works 25 2, 100 | A[3]). Therefore it was unsuitable to lay down other moral 26 2, 101 | division of ~ceremonies is unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 27 2, 102 | the soul. It was therefore unsuitable for the ~tabernacle and 28 2, 105 | Therefore the Law made unsuitable provision for the welfare 29 2, 105 | Therefore the Law made unsuitable provision in this matter.~ 30 2, 105 | that the Old Law set forth unsuitable precepts ~about the members 31 2, 105 | seems that the Law put forth unsuitable judicial precepts ~about 32 2, 1 | It would seem that it is unsuitable for the articles of faith 33 2, 23 | seem good, ~and whatever is unsuitable, to seem evil. For as the 34 2, 41 | seeing a man partaking of ~unsuitable food might say that such 35 2, 47 | nevertheless becomes evil or unsuitable to the end, by ~reason of 36 2, 49 | premisses ~through employing an unsuitable middle term. Hence both 37 2, 67 | can use unlawful means, unsuitable to the proposed end, ~and 38 2, 86 | former ~life, and it is unsuitable to the religious life that 39 2, 89 | Therefore singing is unsuitable to the divine praises. ~ 40 2, 138 | versa. ~Therefore it is unsuitable for the Divine Law to contain 41 2, 162 | sin. Therefore these are unsuitable punishments of ~the first 42 2, 162 | Therefore after their sin it was unsuitable to say that God made for 43 3, 5 | remedy; or ~He considered it unsuitable to Him, and did not bestow 44 3, 31 | of Christ's genealogy is unsuitable, since he omits three ~kings 45 3, 31 | genealogy of Christ ~in an unsuitable manner.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 46 3, 37 | 1: It would seem that an unsuitable name was given to Christ. 47 3, 37 | is His name." Thus it was unsuitable that His name should be ~ 48 3, 45 | it seems that they were ~unsuitable witnesses.~Aquin.: SMT TP 49 3, 66 | that the Church observes an unsuitable rite in ~baptizing. For 50 3, 81 | sacramental. But the spiritual was unsuitable for Christ, ~as He derived 51 3, 83 | Lord's Passion, it seems unsuitable for ~this sacrament to be 52 Suppl, 12| De Eccl. Dogm. liv] is unsuitable - viz. that "satisfaction ~ 53 Suppl, 12| definition of satisfaction is unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 54 Suppl, 12| Therefore one or the other is unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 55 Suppl, 21| Therefore this ~definition is unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 56 Suppl, 29| Therefore the above ~form is unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 57 Suppl, 34| definition would not be unsuitable; ~because the division of


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