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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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applying

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | in ~them, limit being by applying it to some essence or nature. 2 1, 17 | one way, by the intellect applying to one ~thing the definition 3 1, 19 | they can be understood as applying to every class of ~individuals, 4 1, 19 | distinction must not be taken as applying to the divine will ~itself, 5 1, 22 | uses natural things ~in applying art and virtue to his own 6 1, 31 | invisible, the only God," as ~applying not to the Father, but to 7 1, 34 | widely and figuratively in applying Word to the Holy Ghost; ~ 8 1, 45 | producing that nature, but by applying it to ~something else. For 9 1, 53 | occupy a divisible place by applying his power; as a body ~does 10 1, 76 | provided in ~this case by applying a remedy against death in 11 1, 46 | producing that nature, but by applying it to ~something else. For 12 1, 54 | occupy a divisible place by applying his power; as a body ~does 13 1, 75 | provided in ~this case by applying a remedy against death in 14 1, 78 | an act of the intellect, applying certain principles to ~examine 15 1, 80 | this in himself: for by applying certain universal ~considerations, 16 1, 92 | the intention of the will applying ~the sight to see, and to 17 1, 103 | cook dresses the food by applying the natural activity of 18 1, 104 | to ~operated, as it were applying their forms and powers to 19 2, 16 | Therefore it uses itself, by applying itself to act. But it does 20 2, 28 | let this be understood as applying to love in respect of its 21 2, 52 | addition be understood as applying to the ~subject, this could 22 2, 66 | in two senses. First, as applying to ~virtues of different 23 2, 67 | understands in this life, ~by applying the intelligible species 24 2, 69 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: In applying the beatitudes to the gifts 25 2, 75 | it must ~be understood as applying to a cause which is sufficient 26 2, 75 | sin. Now the fact of not ~applying the rule of reason or of 27 2, 94 | reason is hindered from applying the ~general principle to 28 2, 105 | however, to be taken as ~applying to ignorance of fact; and 29 2, 108 | restricted sense, ~namely, as applying to that particular case. 30 2, 25 | love is to be understood as applying to ~outward favors, which 31 2, 28 | are to be understood as applying to ~the mercy which is a 32 2, 45 | which act ~consists in applying to action the things counselled 33 2, 45 | knowledge of ~universals, but in applying them to action, as stated 34 2, 46 | thereto, as commanding and applying knowledge to action, namely, ~" 35 2, 58 | the letter of the law, by applying it to some ~particular case. 36 2, 74 | Moreover ~this must be taken as applying to these vices considered 37 2, 115 | of money: one consists in applying it to one's ~own use, and 38 2, 120 | as they ~hinder man from applying himself to Divine things. 39 2, 120 | since man is ~hindered from applying himself to Divine things 40 2, 164 | being directed aright in applying the cognitive power in this 41 2, 167 | powders or rouge, or by applying any dye that alters the 42 2, 186 | afflicted and oppressed, or applying themselves to teaching, 43 3, 44 | of command, but also by applying something pertaining to 44 3, 55 | are to understand this as applying to Him not in the form of 45 3, 62 | action of the ~minister in applying it to a sacramental use. 46 3, 64 | sacrament instituted, by applying it for the ~production of 47 3, 66 | in the very water, but in applying the water to man, i.e. in ~ 48 3, 69 | we are to understand as applying to adults, that man "without ~ 49 3, 69 | the Passion of Christ, by ~applying its power to man.~Aquin.: 50 3, 89 | statute is to be understood as applying to those who ~do public 51 Suppl, 2 | unable to discover it, after applying himself with due care, it 52 Suppl, 8 | to be less ~suitable for applying a salutary remedy to our 53 Suppl, 19| when a man ~blesses, as applying a blessing instrumentally 54 Suppl, 26| to some other person, by applying the intention of those who 55 Suppl, 26| communicate those works, by ~applying his intention to this or 56 Suppl, 32| healing has to be effected, by applying the remedy, ~not to the 57 Suppl, 95| they had ~heretofore, by applying their consideration thereto.~


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