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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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indicates

   Part, Question
1 1, 16 | healthy, in so far as it indicates health. And although health 2 1, 16 | one causes, and the other indicates health. Now we have said ( 3 1, 16 | health of ~an animal which it indicates. In like manner it has been 4 1, 16 | special way, in so far as it indicates the truth of the intellect, ~ 5 1, 39 | another from Himself," or it indicates a single relation, and thus ~ 6 1, 39 | whereas the adjective indicates something added to the ~" 7 1, 50 | the ~operation of a thing indicates its mode of being. Now the 8 1, 69 | universe. And Scripture indicates this in the words, ~"before 9 1, 39 | another from Himself," or it indicates a single relation, and thus ~ 10 1, 39 | whereas the adjective indicates something added to the ~" 11 1, 51 | the ~operation of a thing indicates its mode of being. Now the 12 1, 70 | universe. And Scripture indicates this in the words, ~"before 13 2, 1 | this preposition ~"for" indicates a relation of causality. 14 2, 12 | Consequently this word "intention" indicates an ~act of the will, presupposing 15 2, 24 | intensity of the will, and so ~indicates greater moral goodness. 16 2, 38 | whereof the Philosopher indicates a ~twofold reason (Ethic. 17 2, 57 | far as the word "whereby" indicates the efficient cause or object 18 2, 108 | heareth these My words,' He ~indicates clearly that this sermon 19 2, 26 | and by things known he indicates the objects of the senses. ~ 20 2, 35 | of wills, and in no way ~indicates that other vices arise from 21 2, 42 | fittingly expressed, for it indicates ~both the reason for loving 22 2, 62 | these things," whereby he ~indicates the intention. This suffices 23 2, 78 | written law. [*St. Thomas indicates the Greek derivation: {eugnomosyne} ~ 24 2, 79 | fatherless and widows" indicates an order between oneself 25 2, 109 | signified, while ~simplicity indicates that one does not tend to 26 2, 127 | glorifieth,' etc.]," which indicates the contempt of ~magnanimity, " 27 2, 127 | concealment of the ~truth indicates a defect, since it seems 28 2, 135 | with firmness by which he indicates perseverance, as stated 29 2, 140 | demands of ~virtue. Augustine indicates this when he says (Music. 30 2, 145 | 19) as follows: "The will indicates joy and the fist anger. 31 2, 154 | this, and the Philosopher indicates ~them, Ethic. vii, 6: First, 32 2, 169 | the ~spirit of prophecy indicates the present to the prophet' 33 2, 178 | that are ~intermediate. He indicates this when he says: "The 34 2, 182 | the other hand, it also ~indicates greatness of virtue if a 35 2, 183 | government of others, so too it indicates an inordinate will if a 36 3, 5 | Reply OBJ 1: This likeness indicates the truth of the human nature 37 3, 28 | particle ~'before' often indicates a subsequent event, yet 38 3, 28 | Scripture. For sometimes it indicates a fixed time, as Gal. 3: 39 3, 28 | other hand, it sometimes indicates an ~indefinite time, as 40 3, 47 | penalty: and the Apostle indicates this when (Rm. ~8:32) he 41 3, 55 | brightness of the body specially indicates. Consequently, before ~the 42 3, 68 | baptized: which clearly indicates ~contempt of the sacrament, 43 3, 74 | Virgil, Georg. i, 295] indicates fermentation which is ~" 44 3, 78 | the speaker, sufficiently indicates Christ's ~person, in Whose 45 Suppl, 1 | Implicitly on Ps. 46], and indicates the effect of ~contrition. 46 Suppl, 7 | definition, given by Augustine, indicates ~the substance of the act, 47 Suppl, 28| because the ~solemnization indicates, in a way, that one makes 48 Suppl, 44| the ~definition of Hugh indicates the cause, namely the consent, 49 Suppl, 44| definition given in the text indicates ~the essence of matrimony, 50 Suppl, 44| husband [maritum]. ~It also indicates the force of this joining - 51 Suppl, 44| The remaining definition indicates the effect to which matrimony 52 Suppl, 44| A[2]), this difference indicates the end of the ~union. And 53 Suppl, 55| reason of its honesty." This indicates the reason of its name as 54 Suppl, 80| speaking of spirituality indicates ~subtlety: wherefore Gregory 55 Suppl, 85| its refreshing influence indicates the ~mercy of the Judge.~ 56 Suppl, 89| sense, as such, because it indicates removal of completion whence ~ 57 Suppl, 89| in the negative sense, it indicates the absence of ~limiting


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