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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | not above reason is fully treated of in philosophical ~science. 2 1, 1 | everything ~that is, is treated of in philosophical science - 3 1, 1 | 2: Individual facts are treated of in sacred doctrine, not ~ 4 1, 1 | creature, both of whom ~are treated of in sacred doctrine, cannot 5 1, 1 | philosophical sciences can yet be treated of ~by this one single sacred 6 1, 1 | science, all things are treated of under the aspect ~of 7 1, 1 | however, looking to what is treated of in this science, and 8 1, 1 | aspect under which it is treated, have asserted the object 9 1, 1 | in regard to whatever is ~treated of in this science concerning 10 1, 8 | by union, ~which will be treated of in its own place (TP).~ 11 1, 9 | being; for philosophers treated of such ~movement.~Aquin.: 12 1, 12 | Gentiles. This will ~be treated more fully in the question 13 1, 23 | been said above when we ~treated of the infinite (Q[7], AA[ 14 1, 30 | This ~was explained when we treated of the divine unity (Q[11], 15 1, 39 | to can be grammatically treated as a person, ~although in 16 1, 69 | earth, their production ~is treated as a part of the earth's 17 1, 75 | SEVEN ARTICLES)~Having treated of the spiritual and of 18 1, 39 | to can be grammatically treated as a person, ~although in 19 1, 70 | earth, their production ~is treated as a part of the earth's 20 1, 74 | SEVEN ARTICLES)~Having treated of the spiritual and of 21 1, 87 | 3); and we find angels treated of both in theology and ~ 22 2 | self-movement": now that we have treated of ~the exemplar, i.e. God, 23 2, 49 | and habit; but as we have treated of powers in the FP, Q[77], ~ 24 2, 102 | vessels was that they might be treated with greater reverence, 25 2, 105 | it commanded them to be treated with moderation - both as 26 2, 105 | what way wives were to be treated after marriage. To ~wit, 27 2, 14 | Since, however, we have treated of ignorance which is opposed 28 2, 18 | etc. of which we have treated above (FS, Q[41], A[4]), 29 2, 18 | fault, the question has been treated above ~(FS, Q[42], A[3]) 30 2, 28 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, to be treated with contempt is to be defective. 31 2, 68 | consequently should ~be treated more severely. Therefore 32 2, 87 | order that ~oaths might be treated with due reverence the law 33 2, 95 | Agatha said: "I have never treated my body with bodily ~medicine, 34 2, 97 | whereby ~sacred things are treated with irreverence. We shall 35 2, 97 | sacred things which are treated irreverently: for the ~greater 36 2, 101 | as ~enemies, rather than treated with honor.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 148 | they whose sins should be treated with severity."~Aquin.: 38 2, 159 | to suffer ~oneself to be treated with contempt"; the seventh, " 39 2, 159 | seventh, "to love being thus ~treated." Therefore the aforesaid 40 2, 172 | writings," several of whom treated more ~frequently of things 41 2, 172 | parables . . . and he treated about ~trees from the cedar 42 2, 178 | Q[12], A[2], where we ~treated of the vision of God.~Aquin.: 43 3, 10 | Since, however, ~we have treated of the Divine knowledge 44 3, 44 | thirdly, that they would have ~treated those men more grievously 45 3, 44 | more grievously than they treated the swine, unless ~they 46 3, 57 | heaven. But we have ~already treated of this opinion in the FP, 47 3, 68 | sacrament. And these are to be treated the same as those who ~are 48 Suppl, 58| cases arising from it are treated as far as possible under ~ 49 Suppl, 93| fruit now; for we ~have treated of this already [*Cf. FS, 50 Suppl, 94| the flesh, they ~should be treated as the dead flesh is wont 51 Suppl, 94| dead flesh is wont to be treated, by being ~buried beneath


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