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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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befits

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1 1, 19 | that end; inasmuch as it befits the divine goodness that ~ 2 1, 21 | God's justice regards what befits Him; inasmuch as He ~renders 3 1, 21 | is also just; ~since it befits Thy goodness."~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 57 | are taught afterwards, as ~befits their ministrations.~Aquin.: 5 1, 66 | potentialities, and the ~same act befits the same potentiality. But 6 1, 73 | meaning, then, a blessing befits the seventh day, ~since, 7 1, 58 | are taught afterwards, as ~befits their ministrations.~Aquin.: 8 1, 67 | potentialities, and the ~same act befits the same potentiality. But 9 1, 72 | meaning, then, a blessing befits the seventh day, ~since, 10 1, 78 | universal is one. And this befits the ~active intellect inasmuch 11 1, 81 | speculative matters. For what befits a thing naturally ~and immovably 12 1, 98 | This weakness of the body befits their weakness of mind." 13 2, 10 | natural to a thing ~which befits it in respect of its substance. 14 2, 10 | knowledge of truth, ~which befits the intellect; and to be 15 2, 38 | because an action, ~that befits a man according to his actual 16 2, 78 | Now ~the very thing which befits a man in respect of a vicious 17 2, 78 | obtain possession of what befits ~him in respect of that 18 2, 110 | disposed with reference to what befits its nature. But it ~is manifest 19 2, 110 | enable a man to walk as befits the light of grace.~Aquin.: 20 2, 9 | in Monte iv): "Knowledge ~befits the mourner, who has discovered 21 2, 12 | goodness. Hence whatever ~befits God, pertains to His goodness, 22 2, 26 | be loved: for that which befits a thing by reason of ~itself 23 2, 57 | man has ~a habit, whatever befits that habit is, of itself, 24 2, 79 | because, to wit, that which befits mortals is ~unbecoming to 25 2, 99 | due to a father, which it befits him ~to receive in respect 26 2, 178 | delights in the operation which befits him ~according to his own 27 2, 178 | contemplation of the truth ~befits a man according to his nature 28 2, 178 | be above ~man, because it befits us "so far as there is in 29 2, 186 | 6]. Wherefore solitude befits the contemplative who has 30 2, 186 | perfection. Now solitude befits those who are already ~perfect; 31 2, 187 | parents in different ways as befits their condition.~Aquin.: 32 3, 1 | nature; thus, to reason befits man, since this belongs ~ 33 3, 1 | the essence of goodness befits God. But it belongs to the 34 3, 3 | assume is to act. But to act befits a person, not a ~nature, 35 3, 11 | provided ~that that which befits the due end of the will 36 3, 19 | and ~suffered whatsoever befits His human and Divine operation." 37 3, 23 | consider whether adoption befits Christ: and under ~this 38 3, 23 | Father alone. Therefore it befits the ~Father alone to adopt.~ 39 3, 24 | in ~respect of which this befits Him according to the grace 40 3, 28 | virgin, for "such a Birth befits a God," as Ambrose says 41 3, 34 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, what befits neither man nor angel seems 42 3, 34 | the ~state of beatitude befits neither man nor angel: for 43 Suppl, 16| Now detestation of evil befits a person according as ~he 44 Suppl, 69| we must distinguish what befits them according to the ~order 45 Suppl, 69| and not to that which ~befits them as due to them by nature. 46 Suppl, 70| the body." Now that ~which befits the soul without the body


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