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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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implying

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Names (Div. Nom. i, iii) as ~implying some causal relation in 2 1, 10 | whole, is called by names implying time and succession.~Aquin.: 3 1, 13 | applied to God temporally as implying ~relation to creatures, 4 1, 13 | names are spoken of God implying relation ~of God to creatures 5 1, 13 | Therefore also other names implying ~relation to creatures, 6 1, 20 | even in God, yet without implying ~composition; for the good 7 1, 23 | must not be understood as implying ~absolute impossibility: 8 1, 25 | is taken ~as an adverb, implying the manner of the making; 9 1, 31 | other" is a relative term implying diversity of substance. 10 1, 33 | privation sense, but not as implying any imperfection. For privation 11 1, 34 | is nothing to prevent its implying ~relation to creatures, 12 1, 36 | about the Holy Ghost, not implying that there was anything ~ 13 1, 39 | appropriated to the Holy Ghost, as implying a certain kind of interior ~ 14 1, 43 | by ~the creature. But as implying the authority of the giver 15 1, 66 | would ~be merely accidents, implying not generation, but alteration. 16 1, 39 | appropriated to the Holy Ghost, as implying a certain kind of interior ~ 17 1, 43 | by ~the creature. But as implying the authority of the giver 18 1, 67 | would ~be merely accidents, implying not generation, but alteration. 19 1, 96 | unreasonable to suppose, as implying that ~there would have been 20 2, 3 | of all good things," thus implying that the state of a happy ~ 21 2, 6 | the agent, but also as implying "knowledge." ~Therefore, 22 2, 17 | judgment arising from reason," implying that reason is the root 23 2, 22 | form. But passivity, as implying mere ~reception, need not 24 2, 32 | pleasure. However hope, as implying a certainty of the real ~ 25 2, 40 | reckoned as nothing: thus implying that desire seems to tend 26 2, 46 | with his brother" [thus implying ~"anger without utterance"], 27 2, 46 | to his ~brother, 'Raca'" [implying "anger with utterance yet 28 2, 52 | not to be ~understood as implying that the form has a being 29 2, 54 | habit ~is a disposition implying a twofold order: viz. to 30 2, 65 | hope, on account of ~their implying an imperfection. But instead 31 2, 91 | is signed upon us": thus implying that the light of natural 32 2, 100 | for the civil community, ~implying mutual duties of man and 33 2, 111 | justifying man in himself, but as implying a super-eminent ~certitude 34 2, 42 | here or there is due to one implying another. We must ~therefore 35 2, 55 | the right of nations, as implying a proximate equality, it 36 2, 75 | end of trading, though not implying, by its nature, ~anything 37 2, 85 | your carnal things?" [thus implying that ~on the contrary "it 38 2, 92 | that the idol is anything?" implying an answer in ~the negative. 39 2, 125 | the same ~way daring as implying excess is accounted a sin.~ 40 3, 14 | common; indetractible, as implying no ~defect of knowledge 41 3, 27 | this is unfitting, ~through implying that Christ is not the " 42 3, 52 | senses. First of all, as implying that restfulness, existing 43 3, 52 | another way it can be taken as implying the ~privation of longed-for 44 3, 60 | in a special sense, as ~implying the habitude of sign: and 45 3, 88 | from it on account of its implying contempt of God, his ~ingratitude 46 Suppl, 2 | be on account of sin, as implying ~deformity resulting from 47 Suppl, 10| was opened by contrition implying a desire for confession, ~


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