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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | 9) Whether it rightly employs metaphors and similes?~( 2 1, 23 | of God, ~but because He employs intermediary causes, in 3 1, 27 | and Son. Hence Scripture employs terms which ~denote generation 4 1, 31 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ~i, 5) employs the term "difference" in 5 1, 77 | which subject Boethius employs that phrase (De Trin. i).~ 6 1, 76 | which subject Boethius employs that phrase (De Trin. i).~ 7 1, 83 | through its essence, which it employs for ~the formation of such 8 1, 109 | these effects, as a workman employs fire to soften iron.~Aquin.: 9 1, 116 | strengthens nature, and ~employs food and medicine, of which 10 2, 57 | even the speculative reason employs the ~dialectic syllogism 11 2, 57 | of argument, just as it employs the ~demonstrative syllogism. 12 2, 76 | about what is to be done, it employs a syllogism, the conclusion 13 2, 85 | effects. For supposing a man employs equal ~force in displacing 14 2, 99 | means of ~persuasion that it employs. Therefore, since human 15 2, 99 | Therefore, since human law employs temporal ~threats and promises, 16 2, 99 | God. In this ~respect it employs higher means.~Aquin.: SMT 17 2, 105 | as that which an orator employs to ~persuade. Consequently, 18 2, 37 | sufficiently restrain certain men, employs the compulsion of the secular ~ 19 2, 53 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, no man employs craftiness against himself. 20 2, 64 | cause of sin, as when a man employs ~secrecy in order to commit 21 2, 72 | on both sides. Hence he employs a double tongue towards 22 2, 87 | use of it, ~that is who employs it without necessity and 23 2, 87 | Mendacio xv), "when the Apostle employs an oath in his epistles, 24 2, 92 | sin that ~the true faith employs in worshipping God. Now 25 2, 92 | God. Now the true faith employs ~images for the divine worship: 26 2, 94 | unlawful, because the means it employs for acquiring knowledge 27 2, 109 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Jerome employs the term "simulation" in 28 2, 115 | intends chiefly, a man ~employs all the ways he can. Now 29 2, 116 | people's goods, sometimes ~employs force, which pertains to " 30 2, 121 | of desire. Now fortitude employs neither ~sorrow nor desire 31 2, 121 | Accordingly the brave man employs moderate anger for his action, 32 2, 121 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Reason employs anger for its action, not 33 2, 121 | endurance and aggression, it employs anger, not for the act of ~ 34 2, 121 | aggression, for which it employs anger rather than the other ~ 35 2, 123 | just as ~fortitude which employs daring in moderation presupposes 36 2, 127 | slow of action; thirdly, he employs irony [*Cf. Q[113]] towards 37 2, 132 | the very money which he employs in going to great expense, 38 2, 139 | instruments which reason employs in order to attain its ~ 39 2, 152 | They coincide when a man employs force in order unlawfully 40 2, 164 | Philosopher, who frequently employs the term "studious" ({spoudaios}) 41 2, 166 | as the intellective soul employs forces that ~operate through 42 2, 166 | the purpose of ~jesting, employs indecent words or deeds, 43 2, 182 | derived.] ~Hence the Apostle employs the term "priests" in reference 44 3, 19 | as His Divine operation employs the ~human, and His human 45 3, 46 | by ~God. But nature never employs two agents where one will 46 3, 64 | His own power while He ~employs them as instruments. Consequently, 47 3, 73 | The same Collect at first employs the plural: "May the ~sacraments 48 Suppl, 44| quality the Philosopher employs the word "such" [quale] ~ 49 Suppl, 73| all God's bodily works, He employs the ministry of ~the angels. 50 Suppl, 77| an organic body. Now art employs ~certain instruments for 51 Suppl, 77| thus the art of ~warfare employs a sword for fighting, and


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