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sobriety 52
social 31
societies 2
society 50
socrates 124
socratic 1
sodom 20
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50 preached
50 returns
50 servitude
50 society
50 strange
50 sum
50 thence
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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society

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | enlightened it" - viz. the society of the ~blessed who see 2 1, 19 | murderer or dangerous to society, ~to kill him is a good; 3 1, 31 | lest we take away ~the society of the three persons; for, 4 1, 31 | within Him. ~Therefore the society of angels and of souls does 5 1, 83 | avoid ~when we renounce the society of the heathens." Consequently 6 1, 107 | in common by the angelic society, ~some things, however, 7 1, 107 | corresponding to the whole ~society of the angels. But this 8 2, 21 | individual member of a society is, in a fashion, a part 9 2, 21 | and member of the ~whole society. Wherefore, any good or 10 2, 21 | done to the member of a ~society, redounds on the whole society: 11 2, 21 | society, redounds on the whole society: thus, who hurts the hand, 12 2, 21 | to him by ~the whole of society. Now when a man ordains 13 2, 21 | good or evil of the whole society, retribution is owed to 14 2, 21 | above all, by the whole society; secondarily, by all the 15 2, 21 | secondarily, by all the parts of ~society. Whereas when a man does 16 2, 21 | forasmuch as he is a part of society: although ~retribution is 17 2, 94 | about God, and to live in society: and in this respect, whatever 18 2, 95 | man cannot live ~alone in society, paying no heed to others: 19 2, 96 | prohibition of which human ~society could not be maintained: 20 2, 100 | the end of human life and society is God. Consequently it 21 2, 102 | priest restored him to the ~society of men and to the worship 22 2, 102 | restored, as clean, to ~the society of men and to the worship 23 2, 102 | and was restored to ~the society of men; but only after having 24 2, 105 | the preservation of human ~society that men may provide themselves 25 2, 113 | relation to the common ~good of society, as appears from Ethic. 26 2, 24 | who have charity shun the society of the body, according to 27 2, 24 | did not shrink from the society of his body, as ~regards 28 2, 24 | Yet all should ~avoid the society of sinners, as regards fellowship 29 2, 25 | 24): ~"A man amiable in society, shall be more friendly 30 2, 38 | for the good of a human ~society: and a number of things 31 2, 56 | to keep men together in society and mutual intercourse." 32 2, 64 | another habitually, human society ~would be undone. Therefore 33 2, 64 | which is his. Now in human society no ~man can exercise coercion 34 2, 76 | so ~as to form a kind of society, does not transfer the ownership 35 2, 107 | the preservation of human society. Now ~it would be impossible 36 2, 112 | truth without which human society could not last. Now as man 37 2, 112 | as man could not ~live in society without truth, so likewise, 38 2, 142 | be continually in their society, as though ~this entailed 39 2, 152 | among the powers of human society, the ~greater authority 40 2, 186 | have the advantage of their society." ~Therefore the religious 41 3, 40 | a man withdraw ~from the society of other men and observe 42 3, 65 | whole community of the society in which he lives, for man 43 3, 70 | cut himself off from the ~society of unbelievers, in accordance 44 Suppl, 41| connubial than political society." But "man is ~naturally 45 Suppl, 41| naturally inclined to political society, so too among those works 46 Suppl, 41| Wherefore nature inculcates that society of man and woman which consists ~ 47 Suppl, 42| to ~fulfill an office of society.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 48 Suppl, 50| fulfilling an office of ~society, by the civil law. Consequently 49 Suppl, 96| altogether ~expelled from the society of their fellow-citizens 50 Suppl, 96| wholly ~banished from the society of their fellow-citizens,


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