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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beast

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | Ecclus. 13:19): "Every beast loveth its like." Now the 2 1, 27 | it is said, that "every beast loves its like" ~(Ecclus. 3 1, 58 | creature, "a four-footed flying beast," for there is ~no such 4 1, 60 | devoid of reason. But, "every beast loves its like," ~as is 5 1, 74 | and another to that of the beast of the earth. ~Another day, 6 1, 75 | hath nothing more than the ~beast," as it is written (Eccles. 7 1, 75 | concludes, "the death of man and beast is one, and the condition 8 1, 59 | creature, "a four-footed flying beast," for there is ~no such 9 1, 61 | devoid of reason. But, "every beast loves its like," ~as is 10 1, 73 | and another to that of the beast of the earth. ~Another day, 11 1, 74 | hath nothing more than the ~beast," as it is written (Eccles. 12 1, 74 | concludes, "the death of man and beast is one, and the condition 13 1, 78 | are not "common to man and beast." ~But memory is common 14 1, 78 | memory is common to man and beast, for he says (De Trin. xii, 15 1, 95 | to Ecclus. 13:19, "Every beast loveth its like; so also 16 1, 113 | receive ~the limbs of a beast by means of a demon's art 17 1, 113 | changed ~into the body of a beast, or that the body of a dead 18 2, 27 | Ecclus. 13:19): "Every beast loveth its ~like."~Aquin.: 19 2, 31 | unnatural intercourse of man and beast, or other such things, ~ 20 2, 99 | to Ecclus. 13:19: "Every beast loveth ~its like"; there 21 2, 100 | shalt not copulate with any beast." To the seventh ~commandment 22 2, 102 | brought forth of man and beast, as ~being most perfect, 23 2, 102 | is also forbidden that ~beast of burden, i.e. any of the 24 2, 105 | that shall lie ~under any beast, shall be killed together 25 2, 105 | enemy, or devoured by a beast (in which case, however, 26 2, 105 | indemnified for the slaying of his beast, and if the murder was ~ 27 2, 105 | previously discovered, the beast was not slain. Thirdly, 28 2, 105 | to Ecclus. 13:19: "Every beast loveth its like: so also 29 2, 25 | to Ecclus. 13:19: "Every ~beast loveth its like." Now man 30 2, 31 | written (Ex. 19:12): "The beast that shall touch the mount 31 2, 62 | even as it is ~to kill a beast. For a bad man is worse 32 2, 62 | bad man is worse than a beast, and is more ~harmful, as 33 2, 62 | individual to ~kill a wild beast, especially if it be harmful. 34 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A beast is by nature distinct from 35 2, 62 | wherefore in the ~case of a wild beast there is no need for an 36 2, 62 | man in ~mistake for a wild beast [*The text of the Bible 37 2, 64 | steal food, clothing or beast, he shall do penance for 38 2, 86 | according to Lev. 27:9,10, "A beast that may be ~sacrificed 39 2, 90 | worship of one God, and the beast of ~superstition hath fallen." 40 2, 96 | should detest this horrible beast and ~exterminate it from 41 2, 112 | Ecclus. 13:19) that "every beast ~loveth its like." This 42 2, 154 | contrary, Man differs from beast chiefly as regards the soul. 43 2, 177 | 5), it is the life "of a beast." Hence ~it is not included 44 2, 181 | to Ecclus. 13:19, "Every beast loveth its ~like," while 45 2, 186 | with ~others is either a beast or a god," i.e. a godly 46 3, 37 | first-born of ~"both man and beast": for the Lord claimed for 47 3, 40 | lives alone is ~"either a beast" - that is, if he do this 48 3, 63 | have "the character ~of the beast" (Apoc. 13:16,17). But charity 49 3, 63 | Wherefore the "character of the beast" may be ~understood by opposition, 50 Suppl, 88| Para. 3/3~Further, "Every beast loveth its like" (Ecclus. 51 Suppl, 96| false prophets [*Vulg.: 'the beast and ~false prophet,' etc.]


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