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peri 45
peril 12
perilous 3
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45 measures
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45 peri
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45 prayed
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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peri

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | equality, as Origen said (Peri Archon. i); or at least 2 1, 13 | according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. i), words ~are signs 3 1, 13 | the thing as is said in Peri Herm. i. But the word "animal" 4 1, 14 | the Philosopher says in Peri Herm. i.~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 17 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Peri Herm. ii), that a false ~ 6 1, 17 | the ~Philosopher proves (Peri Herm. ii), the contrary 7 1, 34 | according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. i) vocal sound signifies 8 1, 39 | according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. ii), what is open 9 1, 51 | them. ~For Origen says (Peri Archon i): "It is God's 10 1, 64 | It was Origen's opinion [*Peri Archon i. 6] that every ~ 11 1, 65 | that, Origen laid down [*Peri Archon ii.] that corporeal ~ 12 1, 70 | was the belief ~of Origen (Peri Archon i) and Jerome that 13 1, 75 | 1~I answer that, Origen (Peri Archon iii, 5) held that 14 1, 39 | according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. ii), what is open 15 1, 52 | them. ~For Origen says (Peri Archon i): "It is God's 16 1, 65 | It was Origen's opinion [*Peri Archon i. 6] that every ~ 17 1, 66 | that, Origen laid down [*Peri Archon ii.] that corporeal ~ 18 1, 71 | was the belief ~of Origen (Peri Archon i) and Jerome that 19 1, 74 | 1~I answer that, Origen (Peri Archon iii, 5) held that 20 1, 84 | the Philosopher says (1 Peri Herm. i) that "words are ~ 21 1, 84 | as the ~Philosopher says (Peri Herm. i). But in words we 22 1, 89 | 4~I answer that, Origen (Peri Archon i, 7,8) held that 23 1, 113 | flesh. For, as ~Origen says (Peri Archon iii), even if there 24 2, 5 | be observed that Origen (Peri Archon. ii, 3), following 25 2, 7 | according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. i), ~"words are the 26 2, 25 | the Philosopher states (Peri Herm. i, 1). Now in most ~ 27 2, 53 | assertion "Good is good" (Peri Herm. ii). Secondly, on 28 2, 64 | as stated at the end of Peri Hermenias. ~For though " 29 2, 77 | one another, as stated in Peri Herm. ii. If ~therefore 30 2, 77 | according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. i), "words ~express 31 2, 78 | 2: Further, Origen says (Peri Archon iii) that "a man 32 2, 80 | suggestion. ~Origen proves this (Peri Archon iii, 2) from the 33 2, 106 | flesh, and a sin offering ({peri hamartias}), ~hath," etc.]~ 34 2, 13 | wherefore Origen says (Peri Archon. i, 3): "I do not ~ 35 2, 23 | mortal sin. ~For Origen says (Peri Archon i): "When a man who 36 2, 83 | according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. i, ~2). Therefore 37 2, 93 | contrary, Origen says in his Peri Archon [*The quotation is 38 2, 161 | contrary, Origen says [*Peri Archon i, 3]: "I think that 39 2, 162 | life, ~as Origen held [*Peri Archon ii, 9]: for this 40 3, 6 | 1~I answer that, Origen (Peri Archon i, 7,8; ii, 8) maintained 41 3, 60 | as the Philosopher says (Peri Herm. i), "words are not ~ 42 3, 60 | though they be transposed" (Peri Herm. x).~ 43 3, 78 | as the Philosopher ~says (Peri Herm. i). And therefore 44 Suppl, 71| is the error of Origen (Peri ~Archon. i; cf. Gregory, 45 Suppl, 88| Empedocles and ~Origen (Peri Archon. ii, 3) maintained,


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