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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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occupied

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | necessarily transferred to a place occupied by another part, and ~this 2 1, 69 | dry land. That the waters occupied more ~places than one seems 3 1, 70 | dry land. That the waters occupied more ~places than one seems 4 1, 93 | he is ~distracted by and occupied with sensible things. Now, 5 1, 101 | after ~sin, paradise was not occupied by man. Therefore if it 6 2, 87 | is not taken of the time ~occupied in killing, but rather of 7 2, 8 | the practical intellect is occupied, not with exalted, but ~ 8 2, 62 | death: whereas ~if he be occupied with something unlawful, 9 2, 86 | then, when one is not being occupied with ~other things by one' 10 2, 93 | those things which have occupied a ~man's thoughts and affections 11 2, 121 | which ~human life is chiefly occupied, just as a door turns upon 12 2, 150 | of which consist in being occupied about ~Divine things, are 13 2, 166 | operations with which it is occupied be ~those of the practical 14 2, 166 | is greater if the soul be occupied with the work of contemplation, 15 2, 166 | as he is more intensely occupied with works of reason. ~Now 16 2, 170 | from receiving them ~while occupied with sensible things. Hence 17 2, 170 | while awake, the soul is occupied with external sensibles, 18 2, 172 | things while it is awake and ~occupied with sensible things would 19 2, 177 | actions in which men are occupied. Now there are more than 20 2, 178 | survey of the mind while occupied ~in searching for the truth: 21 2, 179 | active life: which "being occupied ~with work, sees less, and 22 2, 179 | the "active life ~being occupied with work, sees less," wherefore 23 2, 179 | things about which it is ~occupied, because it is occupied 24 2, 179 | occupied, because it is occupied sometimes with the contemplation 25 2, 179 | from the fact that they are occupied in administering ~to the 26 2, 180 | greater thing in ~order to be occupied with lesser things: for 27 2, 180 | whereas ~the active life is occupied with externals. Hence Rachael, 28 2, 180 | the ~active life, being occupied with work, sees less." Therefore 29 2, 180 | might live advantageously occupied ~with the service of their 30 2, 184 | night they are more busily occupied in work than those who live 31 2, 185 | religious from ~being sometimes occupied with ecclesiastical duties 32 2, 185 | Those who say they are occupied in reading, do they not 33 2, 185 | so that the others may be occupied in other works, but also 34 2, 185 | because it behooves them to be occupied exclusively with such like ~ 35 2, 185 | Those who ~say they are occupied in teaching and instructing," 36 2, 185 | Those who say ~they are occupied in reading." Again he speaks 37 2, 186 | purity of heart; some are occupied with the instruction of 38 2, 186 | then, religious who are ~occupied with the works of the active 39 2, 186 | mind, because they are occupied with external things, not 40 2, 186 | the ~ancients, and will be occupied in the prophets." In another 41 2, 186 | third to those which are occupied with external actions.~Aquin.: 42 3, 33 | the terminus of the time occupied ~by the local movement of 43 3, 36 | sensible signs. Whereas others, occupied with material things, are 44 3, 36 | shepherds and Magi, as being occupied with material ~things, Christ' 45 3, 82 | that they "were not now occupied about the ~offices of the 46 Suppl, 37| Church, others are otherwise occupied in ~the exercise of their 47 Suppl, 40| head, because they are ~not occupied in the Divine ministry, 48 Suppl, 66| spiritual things, and should be occupied in spiritual ~matters. Wherefore 49 Suppl, 72| to occur within the time occupied by the ~judgment, so that 50 Suppl, 72| the summit of the space occupied by ~the elements, but only 51 Suppl, 77| body than that which ~was occupied by the part that has passed 52 Suppl, 80| greater, and the place ~occupied by the greater body will 53 Suppl, 94| spirit, the lower place is occupied by whatever is ~more sorrowful"; 54 Suppl, 95| Men who are damned are not occupied in drawing others to ~damnation,


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