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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 11 | compound, has not being whilst its parts are ~divided, 2 1, 12 | seeing ~the essence of God whilst in ecstasy, when he had 3 1, 13 | But ~this universal agent, whilst it is not univocal, nevertheless 4 1, 15 | the divine intelligence. ~Whilst, however, they themselves 5 1, 16 | known is ~in the knower, whilst appetite is according as 6 1, 18 | matter, as to heat or to cut; whilst ~actions of the other kind 7 1, 19 | operation with regard to good. ~Whilst as to future time, prohibition 8 1, 25 | nature of possibility, ~whilst they were yet to be done, 9 1, 26 | He is in glory, Who ~whilst He rejoices in Himself, 10 1, 45 | likewise the power of creation, whilst common to the three Persons, ~ 11 1, 46 | given movement - that is, whilst anything is in the process 12 1, 65 | exist for the sake of man, ~whilst each and every creature 13 1, 65 | the cause of all horses, whilst above this is separate life, 14 1, 66 | that rendered it invisible, whilst the air, the subject of ~ 15 1, 66 | versa." Matter, therefore, whilst existing under ~the form 16 1, 68 | nothing to prevent our saying, whilst holding any one ~of the 17 1, 72 | them something of a soul, whilst land ~animals, from the 18 1, 73 | of which God formed Eve; whilst ~others existed not only 19 1, 46 | likewise the power of creation, whilst common to the three Persons, ~ 20 1, 47 | given movement - that is, whilst anything is in the process 21 1, 66 | exist for the sake of man, ~whilst each and every creature 22 1, 66 | the cause of all horses, whilst above this is separate life, 23 1, 67 | that rendered it invisible, whilst the air, the subject of ~ 24 1, 67 | versa." Matter, therefore, whilst existing under ~the form 25 1, 69 | nothing to prevent our saying, whilst holding any one ~of the 26 1, 71 | them something of a soul, whilst land ~animals, from the 27 1, 72 | of which God formed Eve; whilst ~others existed not only 28 1, 78 | side of a ~contradiction, whilst in fear of the other. While 29 1, 88 | in the intellect itself, ~whilst it resides materially and 30 1, 88 | their mode of existence, whilst they are joined to the world ~ 31 1, 107 | and animals in another; whilst he who ~knows natural things 32 1, 107 | material part of an order; whilst that which perfects is ~ 33 2, 109 | but not all, ~because whilst he is resisting one, another 34 2, 109 | promise, in such sort that whilst the noise of ~correction 35 2, 111 | without ourselves, because whilst ~we are being justified 36 2, 112 | Paul, who received grace whilst he was "breathing ~our threatenings 37 2, 113 | merited nor received wisdom whilst asleep; ~but it was declared 38 2, 113 | whereto." Hence the human mind whilst it is being justified, must, ~ 39 2, 114 | but that, he believes, whilst he is being justified; ~ 40 2, 29 | Apostle says (Gal. 6:10): "Whilst we have time, let ~us work 41 2, 42 | beneficence (Gal. 6:10): "Whilst we have time, let us work 42 2, 145 | bridegroom cannot fast whilst the bridegroom is with them [* 43 2, 145 | of the bridegroom fast, whilst the bridegroom is ~with 44 2, 186 | end of De Musica vi, 17: "Whilst we think that we ~should 45 2, 187 | filth, and die of hunger, whilst thy house is ~full of all 46 3, 8 | that go by the way," says: "Whilst he was speaking of the ~ 47 3, 12 | regards the care of Him whilst He was a child. ~Hence in 48 3, 31 | of whom he was ~begotten; whilst the other gives either his 49 3, 31 | had become a true man? And whilst He is doing all things ~ 50 3, 35 | works of Him that sent Me, whilst it ~is day." But in summer 51 3, 51 | profit is there in my blood, whilst I go down to corruption?" 52 3, 83 | works of Him that sent Me, whilst it is day: because the ~ 53 Suppl, 40| thee throughout the world whilst thou ~sittest on thy throne."~ 54 Suppl, 67| good. For "the woman . . . whilst her husband ~liveth, is


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