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wishes 175
wishest 2
wishful 2
wishing 43
wit 344
witch 1
witchcraft 13
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43 terminus
43 upwards
43 usefulness
43 wishing
42 125
42 acted
42 aggravated
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wishing

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | we may observe ~that some wishing to show that God knows many 2 1, 14 | Body Para. 2/4~Now some, wishing to show how this can be, 3 1, 41 | nothing. ~Thus, the Arians, wishing to prove the Son to be a 4 1, 50 | Scripture, Rabbi Moses the Jew, wishing to bring both into harmony, 5 1, 60 | that as he loves self in wishing well to ~self, so he loves 6 1, 60 | so he loves another in wishing well to him.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 41 | nothing. ~Thus, the Arians, wishing to prove the Son to be a 8 1, 51 | Scripture, Rabbi Moses the Jew, wishing to bring both into harmony, 9 1, 61 | that as he loves self in wishing well to ~self, so he loves 10 1, 61 | so he loves another in wishing well to him.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 83 | After these came Plato, who, wishing to save the certitude of 12 2, 2 | anyone what is his motive in ~wishing to be pleased" (Ethic. x, 13 2, 19 | by reason of a man not wishing to ~know what he ought to 14 2, 114 | not ~besiege Tyre as if wishing to serve God, but rather 15 2, 7 | things below itself, through wishing ~to measure Divine things 16 2, 42 | pleasure, but in the sense of wishing his neighbor well, even ~ 17 2, 56 | another's property ~without wishing to steal it. Accordingly 18 2, 64 | neighbor, which is shown in our wishing and doing him ~well. But 19 2, 74 | form ~of a command, or by wishing it. Now the utterance itself 20 2, 98 | that ~Simon Magus, besides wishing the apostles to sell him 21 2, 105 | gold into a house secretly, wishing to ~avoid popularity: and 22 2, 105 | through the ~benefactor wishing not to shame the person 23 2, 109 | because He ~acted as if wishing to go farther; in order 24 2, 113 | Moreover, there ~is no evil in wishing to please others, according 25 2, 115 | does not neglect ~his own, wishing thus to be of help to certain 26 2, 116 | exceed this measure, by wishing to acquire or keep ~them 27 2, 116 | And there are others who, wishing to be ~thought more of, 28 2, 160 | species, which consists in ~wishing to be preferred to others.~ 29 2, 161 | like to ~Him; so that in wishing to attain to God's likeness 30 2, 161 | but his pride consisted in wishing to attain thereto ~by his 31 2, 171 | Para. 2/3~Some, however, wishing to discriminate between 32 2, 182 | Pastor. i, 7) that "Isaias wishing ~to be of profit to his 33 2, 183 | Pastor. i, 7), "Isaias, who wishing to be ~sent, knew himself 34 2, 183 | Pastor. i, 7), ~"Isaias wishing to be of profit to his neighbor 35 2, 187 | doubts or deliberates about ~wishing to have the wherewithal, 36 3, 1 | used these words, not as if wishing to diminish Christ's gifts, ~ 37 3, 5 | last and lowest. Hence, wishing to commend the love of God' 38 3, 7 | wealth to the extent of ~wishing to retain it, so as to forego 39 3, 11 | order to learn anew, but wishing to use the knowledge they 40 3, 44 | hands upon the blind man, wishing to show ~that His Divine 41 3, 45 | kingdom," Chrysostom says: "Wishing to show with what kind ~ 42 3, 69 | this ~sacrament, and of wishing to conform to the Church, 43 Suppl, 64| his wife shows signs of wishing him to do so.~Aquin.: SMT


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