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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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admits

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | principles only if the opponent ~admits some at least of the truths 2 1, 89 | nothing from any other - and admits of no variety in itself, 3 2, 14 | in relation to human acts admits of no doubt, arises ~from 4 2, 22 | which is ~corruptible, admits of it by reason of its own 5 2, 35 | Therefore contemplation admits of sorrow contrary to its 6 2, 73 | simply that no privation admits of more or less, they held ~ 7 2, 77 | said to love wine or money) admits, ~as its cause, fear which 8 2, 79 | factae sunt in abominationem" admits of the ~translation "were 9 2, 11 | reason the Church not only admits to Penance those who return ~ 10 2, 18 | Dei xiv, 9) in this sense, admits fear in heaven, although 11 2, 27 | Therefore the joy of charity admits of a seasoning of sorrow.~ 12 2, 86 | force from the ~common will admits of dispensation by a man. 13 2, 87 | like manner, if an oath admits of dispensation, any ~bishop 14 2, 87 | above ~(A[8]). But a vow admits of dispensation and therefore 15 2, 87 | Therefore an oath likewise admits of ~dispensation.~Aquin.: 16 2, 87 | something ~future, which admits of change, so that, to wit, 17 2, 87 | Therefore a promissory oath admits of dispensation, since such ~ 18 2, 87 | oath of this kind seemingly admits ~not of dispensation but 19 2, 90 | an excess. But religion ~admits of no excess, since, as 20 2, 102 | that excels: ~wherefore it admits a various species according 21 2, 102 | that excels, and therefore admits of only one aspect. And 22 2, 132 | anything regarding himself admits of ~greatness, the magnificent 23 2, 146 | place. If then gluttony ~admits of one species in respect 24 2, 151 | lecherous love: "This ~thing admits of neither counsel nor moderation, 25 2, 160 | generic character of pride ~admits of the possibility of all 26 2, 163 | nature there is another that admits of the ~possibility of the 27 2, 169 | Out. Para. 3/4~Prophecy admits of four heads of consideration: ( 28 3, 23 | forasmuch as out of ~goodness he admits him as heir to his estate. 29 3, 23 | good: ~for which reason He admits His creatures to a participation 30 3, 23 | as God, of His ~goodness, admits men to the inheritance of 31 3, 31 | Manicheans, being of a mind that admits ~of nought but material 32 3, 39 | baptized at this age which admits of all sins; in order that 33 3, 46 | every human suffering. This admits of ~a threefold acceptance. 34 3, 55 | into heaven. But, as John admits, not ~all things were written 35 3, 63 | The Divine Beatitude ~admits him that seeks happiness 36 Suppl, 17| exclude the unworthy, but admits them, so far as she is concerned.~ 37 Suppl, 17| thus the power of the keys admits those who are worthy, ~but 38 Suppl, 17| by means of ~the key, "admits the worthy and excludes 39 Suppl, 37| for he ~excludes some and admits others. But this is of no 40 Suppl, 55| Whether affinity in itself admits of degrees?~(8) Whether 41 Suppl, 55| Whether affinity in itself admits of degrees?~Aquin.: SMT 42 Suppl, 55| that affinity in itself admits of degrees. For any ~kind 43 Suppl, 55| affinity like ~consanguinity admits itself of degrees.~Aquin.: 44 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship ~admits of degrees.~Aquin.: SMT 45 Suppl, 94| Sentent. iv, D, 44, clearly admits (De Civ. Dei xxi, 10) that


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