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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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asserts

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | considered that negation neither asserts anything nor determines 2 1, 17 | not-sitting. But privation asserts nothing, whereas it ~determines 3 1, 17 | species of color. Falsity ~asserts something, for a thing is 4 1, 50 | its matter. Therefore, he asserts the universal ~matter of 5 1, 51 | to ~Catholic Faith, which asserts that God is exalted above 6 1, 57 | the Catholic faith, ~which asserts that these lower things 7 1, 51 | its matter. Therefore, he asserts the universal ~matter of 8 1, 52 | to ~Catholic Faith, which asserts that God is exalted above 9 1, 58 | the Catholic faith, ~which asserts that these lower things 10 1, 88 | pro Mort. xiii), when he asserts that, "the ~souls of the 11 1, 92 | Homin. ~Opificio xvi) also asserts that, when Scripture says 12 1, 93 | Master of the Sentences asserts (Sent. iv, D, i). He ~also 13 1, 107 | ruler, as the ~Philosopher asserts in those passages.~Aquin.: 14 2, 74 | venial sins, as Augustine asserts (Enchiridion lxxviii). Now 15 2, 100 | one precept, as Augustine asserts (Qq. in Exod. qu. lxxi), 16 2, 12 | Ex. 20:7). Because he who asserts something ~false about God, 17 2, 58 | is so called because he asserts the right [jus dicens] ~ 18 2, 68 | not sin mortally if he ~asserts it, because the evidence 19 2, 87 | law [jure] that what a man asserts under the invocation of ~ 20 2, 108 | single defect, as Dionysius ~asserts (Div. Nom. iv). Now a lie 21 2, 111 | himself, but discovers and asserts lesser things of himself 22 2, 139 | with reason," as Dionysius asserts (Div. ~Nom. iv). Now the 23 2, 141 | parts of temperance, when he asserts them to be "continence, ~ 24 2, 150 | life, as Valerius Maximus ~asserts [*Dict. Fact. Mem. ii, 9]. 25 2, 156 | cannot avoid," as Augustine ~asserts [*De Lib. Arb. iii, 18]. 26 2, 156 | Again, the Philosopher asserts (Ethic. vii, 6) that ~"the 27 2, 160 | hence it is that, as he asserts (De Civ. Dei ~xiv, 13; xix, 28 2, 160 | good," as ~the Philosopher asserts (Ethic. viii, 10). Now humility 29 2, 170 | future, as the Philosopher asserts (De Somn. et Vigil. [*De 30 2, 184 | life, as the Philosopher asserts (Ethic. x, 7,8). ~Now wealth 31 2, 184 | is ~that the Philosopher asserts (Ethic. x, 8) that "for 32 2, 185 | service of God, as Dionysius asserts (Eccl. Hier. vi). ~Therefore 33 2, 185 | supposititious works of St. Ambrose] asserts. Consequently if ~religious 34 3, 11 | likeness which the Philosopher asserts is not with ~regard to everything. 35 3, 20 | been said. For ~Augustine asserts that the Son is less than, 36 3, 38 | regenerating ~virtue," as Bede asserts (Mag. Sent. iv, 3). Therefore 37 3, 38 | baptize John." Moreover, he asserts that "this ~is distinctly 38 3, 53 | arises - how is it that Peter asserts that it was ~predicted not 39 3, 84 | disciples, as ~Augustine asserts (Ep. cclxv, ad Seleuc.). 40 Suppl, 2 | Jerome says [*St. Basil asserts this implicitly in De Vera ~ 41 Suppl, 22| Cf. Ep. ccl] on Mt. 12 asserts ~that the sovereign and 42 Suppl, 41| animal," as the same author asserts ~(Polit. i, 2). Therefore 43 Suppl, 42| however (Sent. iv, D, 26), asserts that it ~is a non-contained 44 Suppl, 50| Master (Sent. iv, D, 34) ~asserts that at various times various 45 Suppl, 69| King Theodoric, which he asserts to have been conveyed to 46 Suppl, 71| the dead, and, moreover, asserts that the ~suffrages of the 47 Suppl, 71| it himself as Dionysius asserts (Coel. ~Hier. xiii), it 48 Suppl, 72| of Vigilantius, as Jerome asserts in his letter against him. ~ 49 Suppl, 74| the angels as Dionysius asserts (Coel. Hier. iv). Now the 50 Suppl, 77| individuals. Hence this opinion asserts that all that ~was in the 51 Suppl, 77| consequently the ~third opinion asserts that the same thing rises 52 Suppl, 77| answered. For that opinion asserts that the seed is not from 53 Suppl, 83| corrupted, as Augustine asserts (De Civ. Dei xxi, 2,4), 54 Suppl, 87| our souls as Damascene ~asserts (De Fide Orth. iii, 15), 55 Suppl, 90| consists: thus the Philosopher asserts ~(Ethic. i, 8,10) that external 56 Suppl, 95| involuntary," as Dionysius ~asserts (Div. Nom. iv). Now God 57 Appen2, 1| perfect cause, as Dionysius asserts ~[*Div. Nom. iv, 4]. Hence


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