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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 29 | this account, therefore, he ascribes ~hypostasis to matter, and { 2 1, 31 | categorematical term is one which ~ascribes absolutely its meaning to 3 1, 74 | And this work ~Augustine ascribes to the third day, but other 4 1, 73 | And this work ~Augustine ascribes to the third day, but other 5 1, 102 | three parts. The first he ascribes to ~the supreme god, who 6 1, 102 | and corruption; while he ~ascribes a third providence to certain 7 1, 115 | Dei v, 1): "If anyone ascribes human affairs to fate, meaning 8 2, 15 | Augustine (De Trin. xii, 12) ascribes consent to the ~higher reason. 9 2, 15 | Hence, when Augustine ascribes consent to the reason, he 10 2, 23 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Jerome ascribes hatred of vice to the irascible 11 2, 69 | commentary on Luke 6:20, seqq., ascribes the ~beatitudes mentioned 12 2, 69 | those who were more perfect, ascribes them to the gifts of the 13 2, 20 | immutable good, in as much as it ascribes ~to the Divine power that 14 2, 45 | Nevertheless Augustine ascribes "the avoidance ~of ambushes" 15 2, 46 | the opinion of Plotinus ascribes to prudence ~six parts, 16 2, 56 | Augustine (De Trin. xiv, 9) ascribes to justice the act ~of succoring 17 2, 78 | to be observed by all, he ascribes "legislative ~justice," 18 2, 126 | endurance of hardships, and he ascribes the same to fortitude. ~ 19 2, 137 | between ~them. Wherefore he ascribes the fourth beatitude, concerning 20 2, 139 | integrity, which Augustine ascribes to temperance, can, like 21 2, 141 | what he ~does, and this he ascribes to "refinement." The third 22 2, 141 | requirements, and to this Macrobius ascribes "moderation," ~Andronicus " 23 2, 143 | Ambrose (De Offic. i, 43) ascribes honesty as pertaining ~especially 24 2, 145 | dist. 5). Gratian there ascribes the quotation to St. ~Jerome, 25 2, 155 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 10) ascribes this to equity, which ~pertains 26 2, 156 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 5) ~ascribes this to "choleric" persons: " 27 2, 156 | and this the Philosopher ascribes to ~"sullenness"; while 28 2, 159 | Serm. Dom. in Monte i, 4) ascribes humility, ~which he understands 29 2, 160 | from it. Hence when a ~man ascribes to himself a good greater 30 2, 160 | act whereby a man falsely ascribes to himself what he has not: ~ 31 2, 160 | OBJ 3: The ungrateful man ascribes to himself what he has from ~ 32 2, 160 | since by so doing a man ascribes to himself the good of ~ 33 2, 166 | Andronicus [*De Affectibus] ascribes two things to these outward ~ 34 2, 177 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv) ~ascribes three movements to the soul 35 2, 178 | direct order. Whereas he ascribes the "straight" ~movement 36 2, 179 | this is what Gregory ~here ascribes to the active life.~Aquin.: 37 2, 182 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v) ascribes perfection to ~bishops as 38 2, 182 | hands," which the gloss ascribes to the grace of the ~episcopate. 39 3, 2 | these words: "If anyone ascribes to two persons or subsistences 40 3, 16 | I, ch. 26]: ~"If anyone ascribes to two persons or substances," 41 3, 46 | by suffering; hence He ~ascribes them, so to speak, to Himself, 42 3, 49 | reason of his unjust will ascribes ~to himself something beyond 43 3, 69 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. ii) ascribes ~enlightenment to Baptism. 44 Suppl, 29| the words of James, who ascribes the ~effect of this sacrament 45 Suppl, 29| for which reason James ascribes this ~effect to the prayer 46 Suppl, 72| creature, that Ambrose ~ascribes to the heavenly bodies, 47 Suppl, 79| body, since the Apostle ascribes to Christ's power the ~transformation 48 Suppl, 87| respect of our body, he ascribes to the Godhead the effects ~ 49 Suppl, 87| will work ~in our bodies he ascribes to His flesh; although His 50 Suppl, 87| St. Thomas, De Anima, ~ascribes it to Alcherus, a Cistercian


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