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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deem

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | authors I so read as not to deem everything in ~their works 2 2, 74 | thought of the ~pleasure, I deem this to be like as though 3 2, 100 | consideration, wise men deem obligatory. Such belong 4 2, 9 | about creatures, since they deem the ~perfect good to consist 5 2, 28 | nothing but ~peace, which they deem themselves not to have. 6 2, 28 | pity: whereas those who deem themselves happy, and so ~ 7 2, 58 | wickedness, we ought to deem him good, by ~interpreting 8 2, 64 | 2]), says: "The rich who deem as their own property the ~ 9 2, 81 | pray for that which they deem will be ~granted through 10 2, 88 | xxxv super Matth.): "I deem that a man who wishes to 11 2, 101 | that makes it ~possible to deem him better than ourselves, 12 2, 109 | perfection. ~We must by no means deem these to have joined the 13 2, 110 | themselves, rather than as others deem them to be, it follows that ~ 14 2, 111 | righteousness, and consequently deem himself guilty, not only 15 2, 120 | Ex. 20:7: "Thou shalt not deem the ~Son of God to be a 16 2, 127 | honors, because he does not deem them above him; rather does 17 2, 127 | magnanimity makes a man deem himself ~worthy of great 18 2, 127 | thing that ~he does not deem great. But for things that 19 2, 128 | magnanimity that one should deem oneself ~worthy of great 20 2, 128 | presumptuous even if he ~deem himself worthy of small 21 2, 128 | wrong others, because they ~deem external goods as something 22 2, 128 | virtue, neither ~justly deem themselves worthy of great 23 2, 131 | great goods, yet does not deem ~himself worthy of them." 24 2, 131 | Now ~sometimes holy men deem themselves less worthy than 25 2, 139 | things of this life, or to deem any of them desirable for ~ 26 2, 145 | Manichees fast, because they deem such fasting to be of obligation) - 27 2, 150 | would be so foolish as to ~deem this maiden to have forfeited 28 2, 159 | faculty, in that we should not deem ourselves to be above what ~ 29 2, 159 | possible, without falsehood, to deem and avow oneself ~the most 30 2, 160 | pertains to unbelief, if a man deem that he has not received 31 2, 182 | disastrous degree of pride, ~and deem the clergy deserving of 32 2, 183 | ecclesiastical ~honors, we must not deem it a slight sin to 'have 33 3, 38 | Seleucianus (Ep. cclxv), "we deem that ~Christ's disciples 34 3, 43 | ascend into heaven. If anyone deem this a slight ~thing for 35 3, 51 | salvation. Thus thou shalt not deem ~God's Nature to be so vile, 36 3, 57 | increased, since we no longer deem Him an earthly man, but 37 3, 66 | are so perverse as to deem a mere man," viz. Montanus, ~" 38 3, 80 | guilty of fornication were to deem simple fornication not to 39 3, 83 | if need be. But I do not deem that those escape condemnation 40 3, 83 | the same distinction: "We deem that masses are not to be ~ 41 3, 83 | consecration, I should deem it safer for him to interrupt 42 3, 89 | Nevertheless we must not deem the care of later teachers 43 Suppl, 8 | Wherefore if the higher prelates deem it expedient for ~the furthering 44 Suppl, 34| the Church everyone should deem himself lower than another ( 45 Suppl, 52| about slavery, so as to deem ~a person free who is a 46 Suppl, 52| about freedom, so as ~to deem a person a slave whereas 47 Suppl, 55| accusation. In this matter ~we deem that a distinction should 48 Suppl, 92| since what we ~love most we deem most suitable. Secondly, 49 Appen1, 2| cleansed by their pains, and deem themselves damned. But ~


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