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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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represent

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | any creature be taken to represent God, ~this representation 2 1, 13 | Him as far as ~creatures represent Him. Now it is shown above ( 3 1, 13 | forms of inferior bodies represent ~the power of the sun. This 4 1, 13 | manner, even as creatures represent ~it imperfectly. So when 5 1, 13 | manner, even as creatures ~represent Him imperfectly.~Aquin.: 6 1, 13 | manifold manner, as things represent ~Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] 7 1, 13 | imperfect, for it ~does not represent one and the same generic 8 1, 14 | in such a way as not to represent another. ~Hence when we 9 1, 14 | God's essence, suffices to represent all things. ~Hence by understanding 10 1, 42 | creatures does not sufficiently ~represent what exists in God; so according 11 1, 44 | Him, forasmuch as they ~represent the divine idea, as a material 12 1, 45 | diversely. For some effects represent only the causality of the 13 1, 45 | who it is. Other effects represent the cause as regards the 14 1, 51 | angels as fittingly to represent the intelligible properties 15 1, 56 | likeness is sufficient ~to represent the Divine essence. Such 16 1, 42 | creatures does not sufficiently ~represent what exists in God; so according 17 1, 45 | Him, forasmuch as they ~represent the divine idea, as a material 18 1, 46 | diversely. For some effects represent only the causality of the 19 1, 46 | who it is. Other effects represent the cause as regards the 20 1, 52 | angels as fittingly to represent the intelligible properties 21 1, 57 | likeness is sufficient ~to represent the Divine essence. Such 22 1, 84 | things which the ~species represent belong to different genera. 23 1, 102 | end of the statue ~made to represent him. Therefore we may say 24 2, 17 | intellect and imagination represent such things as arouse the 25 2, 101 | in theatres were done to represent ~the actions of others. 26 2, 102 | to God; and in order to represent the mystery of the ~Redemption 27 2, 102 | there was something to ~represent his seat; since, to wit, 28 2, 102 | and garments, ~in order to represent the various connections 29 2, 28 | pity, in so far as they represent as ~present, the evil that 30 2, 34 | signify "revenge" does not represent the original ~Greek.], saying 31 2, 53 | s ~meaning by words, to represent error as truth, to make 32 2, 61 | stand in God's place or represent the whole community: ~and 33 2, 78 | this kind of due that a man represent himself to ~others just 34 2, 82 | one adoration. It ~is to represent this that where it is related ( 35 2, 107 | by ~"truth we faithfully represent things as they are were, 36 2, 107 | annoyance." For those who represent themselves ~as being greater 37 3, 25 | these very things do not represent ~Christ's image as the cross 38 3, 29 | required, because they ~represent the family in the senate 39 3, 36 | order is that the shepherds represent the apostles ~and other 40 3, 46 | characters employed by them to ~represent 3 and 6 are somewhat alike.~ 41 3, 67 | there be one minister to represent Christ. Hence the Apostle 42 3, 74 | this sacrament ought to represent Christ's Passion more fully ~ 43 3, 76 | first place this serves to represent ~Christ's Passion, in which 44 3, 76 | formed in the eye in order to represent some truth, ~namely, for 45 3, 76 | because it is done "to represent the truth," namely, to show 46 3, 80 | breaking their fast, so as to represent the Lord's supper. But this 47 3, 83 | sacrament, and in order to ~represent the holiness which is the 48 3, 83 | fittingly consecrated, both ~to represent the holiness which the Church 49 3, 83 | performed in this sacrament represent ~Christ's Passion. But during 50 3, 83 | things are done in order to represent Christ's Passion, or the ~ 51 3, 83 | itself. And so in order to ~represent His five wounds, in the 52 3, 83 | since they are done so as to represent something ~else. The priest 53 Suppl, 40| done in the Old Testament represent ~imperfectly the things


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