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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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literally

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | applied to God are said of Him literally, or are ~all to be taken 2 1, 13 | that no name is applied literally to God. For all names ~which 3 1, 13 | no name can be applied literally to anything if it ~should 4 1, 13 | like, and such names can be literally applied to God.~Aquin.: 5 1, 13 | which are applied to God literally imply ~corporeal conditions 6 1, 31 | is ~not to be taken too literally, but it should be piously 7 1, 67 | the former is to be ~taken literally, and the latter metaphorically."~ 8 1, 68 | the former is to be ~taken literally, and the latter metaphorically."~ 9 1, 101 | reaches to the moon, ~not literally, but figuratively; because, 10 2, 37 | one another, which taken literally, appear to ~exclude one 11 2, 61 | Virtutes purgatoriae: ~literally meaning, cleansing virtues]; 12 2, 61 | Virtutes purgati animi: literally, virtues of the clean soul] 13 2, 68 | mercy." These words taken literally refer only ~to the present 14 2, 84 | as being the head taken literally. And ~therefore the capital 15 2, 88 | manner if mortal be ~taken literally as referring to the death 16 2, 102 | forbidden in agriculture; ~literally, in detestation of idolatry. 17 2, 103 | apostles is not ~to be taken literally, but spiritually: namely, 18 2, 103 | those ~foods were forbidden literally, not to prevent the observance 19 2, 103 | these foods ~were forbidden literally, not with the purpose of 20 2, 106 | of which He was speaking literally. ~Secondly, the preaching 21 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost is literally to utter a blasphemy against 22 2, 13 | the Holy Ghost be taken literally ~for blasphemy against the 23 2, 45 | principles of the {ou ~heneka}" [*Literally, 'for the sake of which' ( 24 2, 90 | sense that the gloss speaks literally.~ 25 2, 109 | not mean it ~to be taken literally but as a figure of something 26 2, 116 | philargyria} signifies literally "love ~of money": and it 27 2, 117 | the Apostle is speaking ~literally of the desire of riches, 28 2, 120 | oneself with sin." ~Taken literally it is a ceremonial precept, 29 2, 120 | the Sabbath, understood ~literally, is partly oral and partly 30 2, 130 | Praesumptio novitatum, literally 'presumption ~of novelties']." 31 2, 136 | perseverance? [*Mollities, literally ~'softness']~Aquin.: SMT 32 2, 145 | fasting [jejunium jejunii] [*Literally ~the 'fast of fasting']: 33 2, 159 | were, 'humo acclinis'" [*Literally, 'bent to the ~ground'], 34 3, 4 | are not to be taken too literally, but are to ~be loyally 35 3, 15 | having human knowledge) - literally, "the strength of Damascus ~ 36 3, 36 | said ~to come from the east literally, either because, as some 37 3, 40 | This incident, taken ~literally, affords edification to 38 3, 42 | not that He spoke nothing literally, but that He ~scarcely ever 39 3, 72 | one to stand* for him? [*Literally, "to ~hold him"]~Aquin.: 40 3, 83 | birth in the body, He was literally born during the night, ~ 41 3, 83 | with hands that are, even literally, unclean. Secondly, on ~ 42 Suppl, 12| fomes. [*"Fomes" ~signifies literally "fuel," and metaphorically, " 43 Suppl, 72| however, the sea be taken literally we ~must reply that by the 44 Suppl, 73| to some this sign will be literally Christ's voice commanding ~ 45 Suppl, 86| 1 Para. 2/2~Or, speaking literally, He spoke to the twelve 46 Suppl, 89| the composite itself is ~[*Literally, - and becoming the 'whereby-it-is' 47 Suppl, 92| way, but of possession [*Literally "of the reality: ~non spei . . .


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