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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | Scripture considers things precisely under the formality of being ~ 2 1, 1 | science under one aspect precisely so far as ~they can be included 3 1, 2 | can be thought; and this precisely is not admitted ~by those 4 1, 3 | animate body is not animate precisely as ~body; otherwise all 5 1, 3 | self-subsisting, is individualized precisely ~because it cannot be received 6 1, 3 | imitation is here defective, precisely ~because what is simple 7 1, 4 | for things are perfect, precisely so far as ~they have being 8 1, 5 | potentiality; and ~this is precisely each thing's substantial 9 1, 18 | self-movement, yet not precisely to signify ~this, but rather 10 1, 25 | in what His omnipotence precisely consists: for ~there may 11 1, 40 | property is one of ~dignity precisely because it is understood 12 1, 55 | is its form. Now, it is precisely the same thing to say ~" 13 1, 55 | is actually understood, precisely because ~it is immaterial.~ 14 1, 58 | or else they are known ~precisely as they exist.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 62 | wish to turn away from good precisely as such. Therefore ~the 16 1, 62 | vision of God, consist ~precisely in that which is seen; for 17 1, 63 | superior be not kept. Such is precisely the sin ~of pride - not 18 1, 40 | property is one of ~dignity precisely because it is understood 19 1, 56 | is its form. Now, it is precisely the same thing to say ~" 20 1, 56 | is actually understood, precisely because ~it is immaterial.~ 21 1, 59 | or else they are known ~precisely as they exist.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 63 | wish to turn away from good precisely as such. Therefore ~the 23 1, 63 | vision of God, consist ~precisely in that which is seen; for 24 1, 64 | superior be not kept. Such is precisely the sin ~of pride - not 25 1, 114 | what ~is moist. And it is precisely in the brain that animal 26 2, 1 | their perfection, and it is precisely this fulfilment in ~which 27 2, 2 | be the ~perfect good, is precisely man's happiness: and if 28 2, 4 | which he knows. And this is ~precisely what makes the will right. 29 2, 17 | towards ~various objects, precisely because the reason can have 30 2, 19 | damnation of a man, considered ~precisely as damnation, nor a man' 31 2, 19 | man's death, considered precisely as death, ~because, "He 32 2, 38 | of pleasure; for this is precisely in what pleasure ~consists, 33 2, 67 | reason, the formal element is precisely this order of reason.~Aquin.: 34 2, 71 | contrary to natural law, precisely because it is ~inordinate.~ 35 2, 101 | they are called ceremonial precisely ~because there is no evident 36 2, 8 | understanding consists ~precisely in its considering eternal 37 2, 22 | acts ~of virtue: and it is precisely in this sense that charity 38 2, 25 | his friend's sake, ~and precisely in so doing he loves himself 39 2, 28 | then charity causes peace precisely because it is love of God 40 2, 45 | each moral virtue consists precisely ~in conformity with right 41 2, 47 | prudence, is necessary ~precisely that some particular thing 42 2, 160 | fortitude, ~not that it consists precisely in this, but because man 43 2, 183 | man cannot possibly decide precisely ~what ought to be done. 44 3, 43 | disciples were to be commended precisely because they ~followed Christ " 45 3, 49 | Christ's ~Passion. This is precisely what the Apostle says (Heb. 46 3, 53 | His own power. And this is precisely what is ~written (2 Cor. 47 3, 61 | Law it was not laid down precisely ~of what sacraments men 48 3, 68 | the ~beginning of which is precisely the receiving of the sacrament. 49 Suppl, 18| time for doing penance so precisely ~as to say how each sin 50 Suppl, 25| others, indulgences have precisely the efficacy ~claimed for 51 Suppl, 31| sacrament was instituted precisely to cleanse from ~sickness 52 Suppl, 53| forbidding such marriages, not precisely ~because it is a commandment 53 Suppl, 85| this judgment will last" is precisely because it is not certain ~


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