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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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compatible

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | nor "after," nor is it compatible with such ~at all.~Aquin.: 2 1, 10 | before" and "after" are compatible with it.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 63 | from knowledge; which is compatible with ~mortal sin; but Seraphim 4 1, 68 | Body Para. 5/8~Still less compatible with the belief that the 5 1, 64 | from knowledge; which is compatible with ~mortal sin; but Seraphim 6 1, 69 | Body Para. 5/8~Still less compatible with the belief that the 7 2, 28 | with union. But love is compatible with absence; for the ~Apostle 8 2, 55 | that ~power, since it is compatible with a falling away from 9 2, 59 | passion?~(3) Whether sorrow is compatible with moral virtue? ~(4) 10 2, 59 | Therefore neither is passion ~compatible with virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 59 | maintained that the passions are compatible with moral ~virtue, if they 12 2, 59 | Para. 1/1~Whether sorrow is compatible with moral virtue?~Aquin.: 13 2, 59 | death." ~Therefore sorrow is compatible with virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 59 | sin. Therefore sorrow is compatible ~with moral virtue in the 15 2, 63 | actual sin, ~even mortal, is compatible with humanly acquired virtue; 16 2, 67 | Now imperfect knowledge is compatible with ~perfect knowledge: 17 2, 67 | this life faith ~also is compatible with the knowledge of glory.~ 18 2, 67 | also consider whether it is compatible with perfect ~knowledge: 19 2, 67 | same object; but ~they are compatible with one another in respect 20 2, 68 | gifts according as they ~are compatible with the present state: 21 2, 71 | Whether a vicious act is compatible with virtue?~(5) Whether 22 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Whether sin is compatible with virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 71 | virtue: while venial sin is compatible with ~virtues, whether infused 24 2, 7 | impurity. But faith is compatible with the impurity of sin, 25 2, 8 | gift of understanding is compatible with faith?~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 8 | Therefore understanding is ~compatible with faith.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 18 | Nat. et Grat. lvii) it is compatible with the will to sin: whereas 28 2, 27 | Whether this kind of joy is compatible with sorrow?~(3) Whether 29 2, 27 | results from charity, is compatible with ~an admixture of sorrow?~ 30 2, 27 | results from charity is ~compatible with an admixture of sorrow. 31 2, 27 | truth." But this joy ~is compatible with an admixture of sorrow, 32 2, 27 | spiritual joy of charity is compatible with an admixture of sorrow.~ 33 2, 27 | the joy of charity is ~compatible with an admixture of sorrow, 34 2, 28 | charity, its contrary is ~not compatible with charity. But dissension, 35 2, 28 | is contrary to peace, ~is compatible with charity, for we find 36 2, 43 | wisdom that is a gift is compatible with mortal sin?~(5) Whether 37 2, 43 | injustice." Therefore wisdom is compatible with mortal sin.~Aquin.: 38 2, 43 | perdition. ~Therefore it is compatible with mortal sin.~Aquin.: 39 2, 43 | research of reason, and is ~compatible with mortal sin.~Aquin.: 40 2, 107 | of ~truth, whereas it is compatible with addition. Therefore 41 2, 108 | one another. But lying is compatible with truth, ~since that 42 2, 183 | the highest perfection is compatible with ~great wealth, since 43 2, 186 | of the essential vows is compatible with ~diversity of religious 44 3, 2 | and therefore it is not compatible with ~the nature of a part, 45 3, 85 | soul. Now no virtue ~is compatible with sin in the soul. Therefore 46 Suppl, 12| whereas ~satisfaction is not compatible with innocence. Therefore 47 Appen1, 1| grace, whereas venial sin is compatible ~with grace; and again because 48 Appen1, 2| expiate all such guilt as is compatible with ~grace. [*St. Thomas


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