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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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albeit

   Part, Question
1 1, 51 | they were not all giants, albeit there were many more ~before 2 1, 52 | they were not all giants, albeit there were many more ~before 3 2, 5 | knowing and loving God, albeit imperfectly. Therefore man 4 2, 5 | can attain perfect health, albeit by means of medicine, than 5 2, 6 | will is moved towards it, albeit not for its own sake, but 6 2, 62 | his natural principles, ~albeit not without Divine assistance. 7 2, 81 | transmission of the semen, albeit the semen itself is ~not 8 2, 88 | imply a defect of due order, albeit in ~different ways, as stated ( 9 2, 99 | imperfect desire temporal goods, albeit ~in subordination to God: 10 2, 1 | believed, was contained, albeit ~implicitly, in the faith 11 2, 4 | which faith can ~be defined, albeit the words themselves are 12 2, 27 | being an act of charity, albeit ~not its first act.~ 13 2, 42 | intention; yet it is fulfilled, albeit imperfectly, by those ~who 14 2, 51 | the virtue of prudence; albeit in different ways, as stated 15 2, 53 | there is some use of reason, albeit ~inordinate. Hence these 16 2, 60 | for an unlawful purpose, albeit the giving ~itself is not 17 2, 62 | self-defense, ~is irregular, albeit he intends not to kill him, 18 2, 86 | is accelerated in some, albeit few, who on ~this account 19 2, 111 | from a man's averseness, ~albeit inordinate, to be disagreeable 20 2, 115 | things, and so is justice, albeit ~under a different aspect, 21 2, 120 | by sinful than by ~lawful albeit corporal works, it follows 22 2, 121 | other passions of the soul albeit modified by reason. ~And 23 2, 132 | the passions of the soul, albeit in ~different ways. For 24 2, 135 | power of the free-will, albeit repaired by grace, to abide ~ 25 3, 11 | its end by different ways: albeit there is never but one proper ~ 26 3, 27 | reason, is a venial sin, albeit extremely slight, as Augustine 27 3, 42 | knowledge of spiritual things, albeit hidden under the ~garb of 28 3, 64 | do what ~the Church does, albeit he esteem it to be nothing. 29 3, 66 | represented after a ~fashion, albeit not so clearly; for no matter 30 3, 86 | punishment is taken away, albeit a ~debt of some temporal 31 3, 86 | the ~matter, viz. water, albeit chiefly in virtue of the 32 3, 87 | attached to a created good, albeit not in opposition ~to God, 33 3, 87 | debt of some punishment, albeit ~temporal; for it is written ( 34 Suppl, 2 | sin and is sorry for it, albeit not ~with the sorrow of 35 Suppl, 12| satisfaction in this ~life, albeit the "fomes," which is the 36 Suppl, 19| baptize ~and consecrate, albeit to his own damnation.~Aquin.: 37 Suppl, 32| principle of the whole body, ~albeit a remote principle.~Aquin.: 38 Suppl, 39| previous to receiving Orders, albeit not ~for the validity of 39 Suppl, 45| bound by the marriage tie, albeit not in the tribunal of the ~ 40 Suppl, 55| namely of consanguinity, albeit in a different degree on ~ 41 Suppl, 66| adultery, he becomes irregular, albeit opinions ~differ on this 42 Suppl, 71| from one another's ~works, albeit according to the measure 43 Suppl, 71| suffrages of that priest, albeit a ~sinner, profit the departed. 44 Suppl, 76| remain even after death, albeit not under the aspect ~of 45 Suppl, 77| belongs to ~the species in it, albeit as regards what is material 46 Suppl, 83| But the glorified bodies, albeit ~they receive something, 47 Appen1, 1| Therefore these souls ~likewise, albeit deprived of so great a good


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