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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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integral

   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | universal whole, and the integral whole. For the ~universal 2 1, 77 | predicated of each part. But the integral whole is not in each part, ~ 3 1, 76 | universal whole, and the integral whole. For the ~universal 4 1, 76 | predicated of each part. But the integral whole is not in each part, ~ 5 1, 84 | potentially, but also of the ~integral whole; for each whole can 6 1, 91 | The rib belonged to the integral perfection of Adam, not 7 2, 17 | the whole composed of its ~integral or essential parts, is one 8 2, 54 | cardinal virtue, are ~not integral parts that combine to form 9 2, 56 | is after the manner of an integral part.~~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 10 2, 57 | prudence: but are, ~as it were, integral parts thereof, in so far 11 2, 46 | of prudence?~(2) Of its integral parts;~(3) Of its subjective 12 2, 46 | of three kinds, namely, "integral," as wall, ~roof, and foundations 13 2, 46 | ways. First, in likeness to integral parts, so that the ~things 14 2, 78 | have considered the two integral ~parts of justice, namely, " 15 2, 118 | kinds of ~parts, subjective, integral, and potential. A subjective 16 2, 126 | kinds of ~parts, subjective, integral, and potential. But fortitude, 17 2, 126 | potential parts assigned to it: ~integral parts, with regard to those 18 2, 126 | dangers of death, it is an integral part ~thereof.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 127 | Suv. ~Rhet. ii), but as an integral part, as stated in the preceding 20 2, 134 | a certain respect is an ~integral part of justice, if we consider 21 2, 141 | three kinds of parts, namely integral, subjective, and potential. 22 2, 141 | subjective, and potential. The ~integral parts of a virtue are the 23 2, 141 | this respect there are two integral ~parts of temperance, "shamefacedness," 24 2, 142 | Q[144] Out. Para. 1/1 - INTEGRAL PARTS OF TEMPERANCE (QQ[ 25 2, 142 | in the ~first place the integral parts, which are shamefacedness 26 2, 143 | annexed virtue, but as an ~integral part or condition attaching 27 3, 31 | belonged to him, not as an ~integral part of his personality, 28 3, 90 | Whether these three are integral parts of Penance?~Aquin.: 29 3, 90 | that these three are not integral parts of Penance. ~For, 30 3, 90 | are the subjective and not integral parts ~of sin, because sin 31 3, 90 | satisfaction ~in deed are not integral parts.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 32 3, 90 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no integral part includes within itself 33 3, 90 | Therefore they are not integral ~parts.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 34 3, 90 | whole is composed of its integral parts, taken at the ~same 35 3, 90 | Therefore these are not integral parts of Penance.~Aquin.: 36 3, 90 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Integral parts are those by which 37 3, 90 | three. Therefore they are integral parts of Penance.~Aquin.: 38 3, 90 | follows ~that these three are integral parts of Penance, the nature 39 3, 90 | Wherefore these three are ~the integral parts of Penance, which 40 3, 90 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: One integral part can include the whole, 41 3, 90 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All integral parts have a certain relation 42 Suppl, 34| is not a ~division into integral parts, properly speaking; 43 Suppl, 37| the division are either ~integral or subjective. But they 44 Suppl, 37| subjective. But they are not integral, for then the whole ~would 45 Suppl, 37| Order is not that of an integral whole into ~its parts, nor 46 Suppl, 42| carnal intercourse is an integral part of this sacrament?~ 47 Suppl, 42| carnal intercourse is an integral part of ~marriage. For at 48 Suppl, 42| intercourse. Therefore it is an integral part of marriage.~Aquin.: 49 Suppl, 42| 26). Therefore it is an integral part of ~the sacrament.~ 50 Suppl, 42| intercourse. ~Therefore it is an integral part of the sacrament.~Aquin.: 51 Suppl, 42| carnal intercourse is not an integral part ~of matrimony.~Aquin.: 52 Suppl, 70| soul are not called its integral but its ~potential parts. 53 Suppl, 72| whole ~composite; and every integral part is material in comparison


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