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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | whereby a thing is defined are regarded ~as the formal constituent 2 1, 5 | being simply. Because, regarded in its primal actuality, 3 1, 5 | thing simply ~exists; and regarded in its complete actuality, 4 1, 7 | and ~hence the infinite, regarded on the part of the form 5 1, 16 | mutability of truth must be regarded ~from the point of view 6 1, 21 | divine operations debt may be regarded in two ~ways, as due either 7 1, 21 | argument is based on mercy, regarded as an affection ~of passion.~ 8 1, 30 | understanding; forasmuch as number regarded ~apart from things numbered 9 1, 36 | the cause of the action regarded as terminated in the thing ~ 10 1, 40 | relations which are to be regarded as properties of dignity, 11 1, 41 | divine ~persons are not regarded as possible, but necessary. 12 1, 50 | divisible into parts except as regarded under quantity; and ~without 13 1, 77 | differ in the formalities regarded by the ~lower powers of 14 1, 40 | relations which are to be regarded as properties of dignity, 15 1, 41 | divine ~persons are not regarded as possible, but necessary. 16 1, 51 | divisible into parts except as regarded under quantity; and ~without 17 1, 76 | differ in the formalities regarded by the ~lower powers of 18 1, 89 | as that body which they regarded as the first ~principle, 19 2, 10 | lacking in some good, can be ~regarded as non-goods: and from this 20 2, 16 | is applied to another is regarded in ~the light of means to 21 2, 36 | being a privation, is ~regarded as a "contrary." Accordingly, 22 2, 50 | the human nature; so that, regarded in this way, habit or ~disposition 23 2, 50 | its powers, therefore, ~regarded in this sense, habits are 24 2, 55 | virtue of a thing must ~be regarded in reference to good. Therefore 25 2, 87 | Consequently it is evident that sin regarded in its essence can nowise 26 2, 93 | reasonable ~[rationalis]: though regarded in itself it should rather 27 2, 100 | virtue is in some ~sort regarded both by human and by Divine 28 2, 100 | in some respect it is ~regarded by the Divine, but not by 29 2, 100 | and in another way, it ~is regarded neither by the human nor 30 2, 102 | the ~words of the prophets regarded the time being in such a 31 2, 102 | As to those matters that regarded the spiritual worship of 32 2, 105 | said that this prohibition regarded men and not women, ~who 33 2, 18 | he "feared not God, nor regarded man." Therefore it seems ~ 34 2, 124 | he ~feared not God nor regarded man."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[126] 35 2, 139 | the need of this life is regarded as a ~rule in so far as 36 2, 142 | also those things that are regarded as evil."~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 143 | excellence of wealth is commonly regarded ~as making a man deserving 38 2, 145 | fasted and Thou hast not ~regarded?" Therefore fasting is not 39 2, 159 | commenting on Lk. 1:48, "He hath regarded the ~humility of His handmaid," 40 2, 164 | knowledge, wherefore it is regarded by this ~virtue indirectly, 41 2, 183 | and that of bishops are ~regarded from different standpoints. 42 3, 70 | 11); just as their faith regarded things to come.~Aquin.: 43 Suppl, 2 | deformity, since the act, regarded in its substance, is a good, 44 Suppl, 5 | intensity of contrition may be regarded in two ways. ~First, on 45 Suppl, 51| 7: In contracts money is regarded as the measure of other ~ 46 Suppl, 72| the world by the deluge regarded ~only the stain of sin.


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