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affections 137
affective 10
affectively 3
affects 44
affectu 1
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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affects

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | common sense" is whatever ~affects the senses, including, therefore, 2 1, 20 | appetite, and this change affects especially the heart, which, 3 1, 28 | signify a respect which affects a thing related and tends ~ 4 1, 31 | strict sense the exclusion ~affects the predicate. And thus 5 1, 67 | varies in proportion as it affects various ~bodies, and by 6 1, 68 | varies in proportion as it affects various ~bodies, and by 7 1, 106 | seem that local distance affects the angelic speech. For ~ 8 2, 9 | sometimes our imagination ~affects us no more than what is 9 2, 19 | far as the circumstance affects the thing willed: that is 10 2, 21 | in so far as this ~too affects the community, forasmuch 11 2, 22 | and natural change, which ~affects their natural disposition; 12 2, 28 | so far as he reckons what affects his ~friend as affecting 13 2, 35 | Affliction of the flesh affects contemplation accidentally ~ 14 2, 52 | Para. 5/5~How this question affects virtues we shall state further 15 2, 73 | sickness is the graver which affects more ~parts of the body. 16 2, 73 | grievously, according as his sin ~affects more persons: so that a 17 2, 74 | substance of the heart, and affects its natural consistency, 18 2, 33 | loquacity"; and in so far as it affects a ~body that changes place, 19 2, 59 | passions a person's station affects the ~quantity of a thing: 20 2, 63 | integrity, while a blow ~merely affects the sense with pain, wherefore 21 2, 63 | grievous ~sin according as it affects more persons; and hence 22 2, 63 | with another, that injury ~affects two persons, so that, other 23 2, 73 | inflicted on a man by derision ~affects either his honor, or his 24 2, 87 | present, this obligation ~affects, not the thing that already 25 2, 106 | wrong inflicted on a man ~affects his person, he should bear 26 2, 106 | because spiritual punishment affects the soul, in ~respect of 27 2, 106 | that the punishment of one ~affects all, as though all were 28 2, 108 | the ~knowledge of which affects a man's good, for instance 29 2, 116 | to ~deeds, and the deceit affects things, we have "fraud"; 30 2, 151 | Confess. ii, 6) that "lust ~affects to be called surfeit and 31 2, 152 | regards the "vas" than if it affects the manner of ~copulation 32 2, 162 | individuals: whereas death affects the entire human nature. 33 3, 27 | sin, ~properly speaking, affects the nature. And this takes 34 Suppl, 11| The seal of confession affects the priest as minister of ~ 35 Suppl, 13| against the guilt which affects a ~man's disposition to 36 Suppl, 22| the tribunal of confession affects ~our relation to God only, 37 Suppl, 32| disease is general, and affects the whole ~body, as a fever 38 Suppl, 47| man fears most that which affects ~his good name. But the 39 Suppl, 61| 1) the impediment which affects an unconsummated ~marriage, 40 Suppl, 61| 2) the impediment which affects a ~consummated marriage, 41 Suppl, 66| corruption of the wife nowise affects the marriage act of the ~ 42 Suppl, 79| directions: so that smell affects the medium sometimes, and 43 Suppl, 81| acceleration affecting the movement affects each of its parts, which 44 Suppl, 82| except in so far as it affects the sight, because the sight


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