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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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argues

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | resurrection of Christ ~argues in proof of the general 2 1, 1 | nevertheless, this doctrine argues from ~articles of faith 3 1, 6 | themselves - as Aristotle argues ~in many ways - still, it 4 1, 14 | thus against Empedocles he argues (De Anima i and Metaph. 5 1, 25 | Further, Augustine thus argues (Contra Maximin. iii, 8): " 6 1, 59 | text. 42). But the appetite argues ~something imperfect; because 7 1, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, it argues imperfection for anyone 8 1, 76 | absolutely one. Thus Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 9 1, 60 | text. 42). But the appetite argues ~something imperfect; because 10 1, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, it argues imperfection for anyone 11 1, 75 | absolutely one. Thus Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 12 1, 78 | as the speculative reason argues about ~speculative things, 13 1, 78 | so that practical reason argues about practical ~things. 14 1, 84 | understand it, as ~Augustine argues (QQ. 83, qu. 32). In another 15 1, 114 | observed, when Avicebron argues thus, "There is a mover 16 1, 116 | Reply OBJ 2: As Averroes argues, the teacher does not cause 17 2, 24 | of the soul": whence he ~argues that "those who are diseased 18 2, 39 | OBJ 3: Further, Augustine argues thus (Soliloq. i, 12): " 19 2, 57 | principles from which reason argues; just as we have said above ( 20 2, 58 | to argue. And when reason argues ~about particular cases, 21 2, 64 | reason, ~while the third argues from the mean of justice.~ 22 2, 77 | passions lasts, the reason ~argues and concludes under the 23 2, 98 | a good law. The Apostle argues in ~the same way (Rm. 7): " 24 2, 46 | properly so called, since it argues sometimes from necessary ~ 25 2, 134 | view that the objection argues. Nor is it inconsistent 26 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 2: This objection argues from the standpoint of the 27 2, 146 | difference of circumstances argues a ~specific difference of 28 2, 149 | live by faith." Whence he argues that in ~unbelievers there 29 3, 5 | Augustine [*Vigilius Tapsensis] argues thus (Contra ~Felician. 30 3, 8 | the Lord," as the ~Apostle argues (2 Cor. 5:6,7). Therefore 31 3, 10 | because, as Chrysostom argues (Hom. lxxviii in Matth.), 32 3, 20 | Para. 2/3~Further, as he argues (De Trin. i, 7), the form 33 3, 27 | Assumption of the Virgin, argues ~with reason, since her 34 3, 64 | sacraments. For as Augustine argues against Maximin, ~"if He 35 3, 66 | The ~Blessed Cyprian argues with considerable reason 36 Suppl, 69| From these words Gregory ~argues as follows (Dial. iv, 25): " 37 Suppl, 69| Para. 2/3~Further, Jerome argues as follows: "Since the devil 38 Suppl, 70| flames." ~But the objection argues as though the corporeal 39 Suppl, 72| happiness, as Augustine argues at the end ~of De Civ. Dei ( 40 Suppl, 72| again; wherefore the Apostle argues (1 Cor. 15:12, seqq.) that 41 Suppl, 88| because whatever is altered argues some ~alterant that is not 42 Suppl, 89| OBJ 2: Further, Dionysius argues thus (Div. Nom. i): "Knowledge 43 Suppl, 95| OBJ 2: Further, Augustine argues thus (De Lib. Arb. iii, 44 Appen1, 1| afflicting them from without, argues against their feeling ~sorrow


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