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agreement 54
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agrees 82
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54 aspects
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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agreement

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | Since likeness is based upon agreement or communication ~in form, 2 1, 4 | because they are not in agreement, ~specifically or generically.~ 3 1, 4 | affirmed on account of ~agreement in form according to the 4 1, 19 | expression that is not in agreement with the mind ~of him who 5 1, 19 | the divine will are not in agreement with that will, they are ~ 6 1, 42 | signified by way of form. But agreement in ~form makes things to 7 1, 57 | thing resembles another by agreement ~in genus, species, or accident; 8 1, 65 | be ~some cause for that agreement, since things diverse in 9 1, 42 | signified by way of form. But agreement in ~form makes things to 10 1, 58 | thing resembles another by agreement ~in genus, species, or accident; 11 1, 66 | be ~some cause for that agreement, since things diverse in 12 2, 29 | love consists in a certain ~agreement of the lover with the object 13 2, 29 | the cause of ~hatred, and agreement is the cause of love; while 14 2, 34 | the moral order depend on ~agreement or disagreement with reason, 15 2, 34 | the pleasant depends on agreement with the appetite, which ~ 16 2, 8 | four gifts is ~clearly in agreement with the distinction of 17 2, 28 | appetitive movements be in agreement.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 18 2, 34 | pleasure in so far as it is in agreement with ~the will.~Aquin.: 19 2, 55 | commensurated to another person, by agreement, or by common ~consent, 20 2, 55 | two ways: first by private agreement, as that ~which is confirmed 21 2, 55 | which is confirmed by an agreement between private individuals; 22 2, 55 | individuals; secondly, ~by public agreement, as when the whole community 23 2, 55 | human will can, by common agreement, make a thing to be ~just 24 2, 55 | decree anything by common agreement. Therefore ~the right of 25 2, 58 | right," secondly by some agreement between men, and this is ~ 26 2, 64 | rather ~arose from human agreement which belongs to positive 27 2, 75 | demands ~be done by mutual agreement. Now, according to the Philosopher ( 28 2, 76 | money, by tacit or express ~agreement, in return for lending money 29 2, 76 | sin, by tacit or express agreement to ~receive anything whose 30 2, 76 | were due on account of some agreement tacit or expressed, but ~ 31 2, 76 | may without sin enter an agreement with the ~borrower for compensation 32 2, 76 | the lender cannot enter an agreement for compensation, ~through 33 2, 76 | though there ~had been an agreement tacit or expressed, to expect 34 2, 84 | on account of a previous agreement: as ~when a person is granted 35 2, 90 | goes on to ~say, "or any agreement or covenant made with the 36 2, 93 | other means of coming to an ~agreement, so far as I can see, they 37 2, 94 | consequently ~a kind of "agreement or covenant made with the 38 2, 152 | done against the customs or agreement of any ~people, though it 39 2, 166 | to the ~soul. This is in agreement with the statement of the 40 2, 166 | it thus in respect of its agreement with temperance, to ~which 41 3, 2 | of the man was always in ~agreement with the will of the Word 42 3, 3 | God, has a certain common agreement with all creatures, because 43 3, 3 | Moreover, He has a particular agreement with human nature, since 44 3, 8 | nature. By reason of this agreement Christ can be said to be 45 3, 8 | the angels, although the agreement falls short as regards the ~ 46 3, 16 | Persons are in greater mutual agreement ~than the human nature and 47 3, 55 | insufficient from the want of agreement on the part of the Evangelists. ~ 48 Suppl, 43| fickleness to ~rescind an agreement, since "our counsels are 49 Suppl, 52| forth. The canons are in agreement with this (cap. Liberi, 50 Suppl, 57| relationship is more in agreement with carnal ~union or procreation 51 Suppl, 70| our nativity," etc., is in agreement ~with this, for it is worded 52 Suppl, 72| Dei xx, 16) would ~seem in agreement with this: "In this conflagration 53 Suppl, 75| Secondly, because it is more in agreement with Divine Scripture which ~ 54 Suppl, 89| twofold. One is according to ~agreement in nature; and thus God


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