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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | as the sun (as Dionysius remarks, (Div. Nom. v)), ~while 2 1, 31 | answer that, Since as Jerome remarks [*In substance, Ep. lvii.], 3 1, 61 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. iii, 10), 4 1, 67 | this, however, ~Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. i) that in 5 1, 69 | than the land, as Basil remarks (Hom. iv in Hexaem.). ~The 6 1, 70 | Although as Chrysostom remarks ~(Hom. vi in Gen.), the 7 1, 62 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. iii, 10), 8 1, 68 | this, however, ~Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. i) that in 9 1, 70 | than the land, as Basil remarks (Hom. iv in Hexaem.). ~The 10 1, 71 | Although as Chrysostom remarks ~(Hom. vi in Gen.), the 11 1, 92 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iii, 22) remarks, lest it should be ~thought 12 1, 92 | animals," as ~Augustine remarks (QQ. 83, qu. 51). But this 13 1, 106 | and of angels," a gloss remarks that the speech of the angels 14 1, 110 | also sends them; for he remarks that "every malicious act 15 1, 111 | a thousand, as Dionysius remarks in the same ~passage.~ 16 2, 3 | continuous. From these remarks the replies to ~Objections 17 2, 47 | does not ~hesitate by his remarks to give pain to another, 18 2, 69 | ascending order, as ~Augustine remarks (De Serm. Dom. in Monte 19 2, 105 | honor, ~as the Philosopher remarks (Polit. ii, 6). Nevertheless, 20 2, 2 | thus also the Philosopher remarks (De Soph. Elench. i, 2) 21 2, 4 | foundation, as a ~gloss remarks on 1 Cor. 3:11 [*Augustine, 22 2, 25 | destroyed, as the ~Philosopher remarks (Ethic. viii, 7). Hence 23 2, 31 | hate thee," where a gloss remarks: "You must not fear lest 24 2, 34 | esteemed, as the Philosopher remarks ~(Rhet. ii, 10).~Aquin.: 25 2, 45 | for as the Philosopher remarks ~(Ethic. x, 7) "the life 26 2, 47 | memories," because as he remarks (De Memoria ~ii) "custom 27 2, 89 | and because, as Augustine remarks ~(Confess. x, 33), "each 28 2, 93 | Dict. Fact. Memor. i, 5] remarks, "the observing of omens 29 2, 102 | into sin. ~Yet as Gregory remarks (Moral. xxxv), "he who forbids 30 2, 104 | is less, for, as Seneca remarks (De Benef. ~ii.) "promptness 31 2, 105 | ungrateful, since, as Seneca remarks (De Benef. iii), "a ~man 32 2, 110 | to do, as the Philosopher remarks (Ethic. iv, ~7): wherefore 33 2, 117 | since, as the Philosopher remarks (Ethic. iv, 1), "his giving 34 2, 125 | virtues, as ~the Philosopher remarks (Ethic. ii, 7; iv, 4,5,6). 35 2, 143 | pleased," ~as the Philosopher remarks (Ethic. x, 2). Therefore 36 2, 147 | and ~godly," where a gloss remarks: "Soberly, in ourselves"; 37 2, 149 | venereal acts, as Augustine remarks (De Civ. Dei xiv, 18), so ~ 38 2, 150 | countrymen," as Augustine remarks (De Vera Relig. ~iii).~Aquin.: 39 2, 151 | applicable, as Augustine remarks (De Civ. xiv, ~15,16).~Aquin.: 40 2, 153 | like a madman, as ~Seneca remarks [*De Ira i, 1]. Therefore 41 2, 156 | wherefore, as the ~Philosopher remarks (Ethic. ii, 6), "the very 42 2, 166 | hold of the end of joy," remarks: "A mourning ~that will 43 2, 168 | different times, as Augustine remarks (De Bono ~Conjug. xv, 7), 44 2, 179 | Nevertheless, as Gregory remarks ~(Moral. ii, 3), "they do 45 2, 186 | observances, as the Blessed Antony remarks ~(Conferences of the Fathers; 46 2, 187 | to this, as ~Chrysostom remarks [*Hom. xxvii in Matth.].~ 47 3, 20 | God." And on this Jerome remarks: "He who had called Him 48 3, 40 | of God." On this Ambrose remarks that "by His example ~He 49 3, 46 | pro-passions"; as Jerome remarks on Mt. 26:37. Hence Dionysius 50 3, 46 | of the Jews, Chrysostom remarks (Hom. ~lxxxvii in Matth.) 51 3, 47 | kill him." On this Jerome ~remarks: "Our Lord proves most manifestly 52 3, 80 | etc., Augustine's gloss ~remarks: "We cannot inhibit any 53 Suppl, 72| the ~coming advent, as he remarks: because these signs that 54 Suppl, 74| sometimes not." The same remarks would seem applicable to 55 Suppl, 83| Enchiridion xcii) as the Master remarks (Sent. iv, D, 44). Among 56 Suppl, 85| previous ages, as Augustine remarks (Qq. 83, qu. lviii). ~Hence 57 Suppl, 86| as a gloss on the passage remarks.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[


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