Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
confused 22
confusedly 7
confusing 1
confusion 56
confute 4
confuted 1
confuting 2
Frequency    [«  »]
56 choosing
56 compensation
56 comprehend
56 confusion
56 consecrating
56 continent
56 convertible
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

confusion

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | senses in one text produce confusion and ~deception and destroy 2 1, 1 | things. Thus in Holy Writ no confusion results, for all the senses 3 1, 42 | plurality exists without order, confusion exists. ~But in the divine 4 1, 42 | divine persons there is no confusion, as Athanasius says. ~Therefore 5 1, 66 | work of distinction. But confusion is opposed to ~distinction, 6 1, 66 | follows that at the ~beginning confusion, called by the ancients 7 1, 66 | philosophers maintained confusion devoid of all distinction; ~ 8 1, 42 | plurality exists without order, confusion exists. ~But in the divine 9 1, 42 | divine persons there is no confusion, as Athanasius says. ~Therefore 10 1, 67 | work of distinction. But confusion is opposed to ~distinction, 11 1, 67 | follows that at the ~beginning confusion, called by the ancients 12 1, 67 | philosophers maintained confusion devoid of all distinction; ~ 13 1, 97 | division of property, to avoid confusion of ~mastership. Therefore, 14 2, 8 | Latin, 'voluntas'. To ~avoid confusion with "voluntas" (the will) 15 2, 68 | multiplies ~itself, grow into confusion; that fortitude, while it 16 2, 96 | them all, in order to avoid confusion: but should ~frame the law 17 2, 104 | would be rendered useless by confusion. We must ~therefore say 18 2, 105 | former owner, so as to avoid confusion of ~possessions (cf. ad 19 2, 105 | at the removal of this ~confusion, and provided that the dead 20 2, 105 | tribe, in order to avoid ~confusion of tribal possessions, as 21 2, 105 | this law was to ~prevent confusion of possessions, and to ensure 22 2, 105 | Num. 36:6): and this lest confusion should ensue in ~the property 23 2, 3 | by fear or some kind of ~confusion, from confessing his faith: 24 2, 3 | doing good on account ~of confusion or fear. Therefore it seems 25 2, 37 | somewhat, because through confusion at their separation, they 26 2, 64 | whereas there would be confusion if everyone had to look 27 2, 92 | against nature he may suffer confusion from the abuse of ~his own 28 2, 162 | First, by reason of the confusion they experienced at the 29 2, 162 | shameful that would bring confusion ~on him. Hence it is written ( 30 2, 181 | accomplished without delay or confusion; and this is indicated by ~ 31 2, 186 | anything that may lead to confusion should be removed ~from 32 2, 186 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Confusion is opposed to distinction 33 2, 186 | religious orders would lead to confusion, if different ~religious 34 3, 2 | in two natures, without confusion, without change, ~without 35 3, 2 | the union was by manner of confusion ~(which is without order) 36 3, 3 | this would tend to the confusion of the Divine Persons. Therefore 37 3, 3 | manner, ~there would be no confusion of the Divine Persons.~Aquin.: 38 3, 3 | which would give rise to confusion of natures. Therefore it 39 3, 19 | imperfect; and ~by the second a confusion of the natures is supposed. 40 3, 19 | Divino-human, operation not by any confusion of the operations or ~powers 41 3, 20 | a servant, without any ~confusion." Now the less is subject 42 3, 36 | grandeur is covered with confusion ~when the heavenly majesty 43 3, 52 | lost, to their shame and confusion. ~Accordingly the passage 44 3, 52 | but for their yet greater ~confusion, according to Sophon. i, 45 3, 55 | perceive them with a ~certain confusion of doubt or error: "for, 46 3, 67 | Education would be full of confusion if there were more ~than 47 Suppl, 22| excommunication, for his greater confusion, so that he may renounce 48 Suppl, 28| crime deserves the greatest ~confusion even in this life; thirdly, 49 Suppl, 54| kindred, in order to avoid confusion of inheritances: ~because 50 Suppl, 84| manifestation of his sins to the confusion of the ~sinner is a result 51 Suppl, 84| revealed cannot be to their confusion or shame, ~as neither does 52 Suppl, 84| as neither does it bring confusion to Mary Magdalen that her 53 Suppl, 84| Reply OBJ 4: The sinner's confusion will not be diminished, 54 Suppl, 84| to ~be blamed. For that confusion be diminished by a cause 55 Suppl, 84| which is customary. But then confusion will regard the ~esteem 56 Suppl, 84| shall be clothed with ~confusion," says: "As soon as they


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License