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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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strict

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The strict meaning of "comprehension" 2 1, 19 | are said of God in their strict sense; others ~by metaphor, 3 1, 28 | quantity and quality, in their strict and ~proper meaning, signify 4 1, 28 | inherence in Himself in the ~strict meaning of relation; but 5 1, 29 | hypostasis," taken in the strict ~interpretation of the word, 6 1, 30 | in God according to the strict ~sense of the word, but 7 1, 31 | trine-unity. But in the strict meaning of the term it rather ~ 8 1, 31 | Father is God." But in the strict sense the exclusion ~affects 9 1, 34 | not to be understood ~in a strict sense; lest the idea of 10 1, 34 | still admit Word in its strict sense. For ~if a thing be 11 1, 36 | spiration, which in the strict sense ~more fittingly signify 12 1, 37 | than the ~relation in the strict sense of the term. Nevertheless 13 1, 39 | greater emphasis than the strict ~propriety of terms allows. 14 1, 67 | the word is taken in its strict and ~primary meaning, it 15 1, 37 | than the ~relation in the strict sense of the term. Nevertheless 16 1, 39 | greater emphasis than the strict ~propriety of terms allows. 17 1, 68 | the word is taken in its strict and ~primary meaning, it 18 1, 78 | ways. Firstly, in its ~most strict sense, when from a thing 19 1, 82 | i.e. free ~judgment] in its strict sense denotes an act, in 20 1, 113 | we take a miracle in the strict sense, the demons cannot 21 1, 113 | God alone: since in the strict sense ~a miracle is something 22 2, 85 | however, took weakness in the strict sense, as contrary to ~fortitude 23 2, 25 | take the ~answer in the strict sense, so that the present 24 2, 26 | Lord must be taken in their strict sense: ~because the love 25 2, 101 | way it may be taken in a strict sense as denoting the reverence ~ 26 2, 120 | the Lord' day is not so ~strict as on the Sabbath: and certain 27 2, 132 | taken in two ways, in a strict sense, ~and in a broad sense. 28 2, 132 | being understood in the strict sense, it is ~then a special 29 2, 132 | facere] being taken in the strict sense, but also to tend ~ 30 2, 142 | taken in two ways, in a strict sense and in a ~broad sense. 31 2, 145 | fixed hour based, not on a strict ~calculation, but on a rough 32 2, 160 | in two ways. First in a strict sense, and thus it is a 33 2, 187 | observe those of a less strict religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 187 | person is bound to a less strict ~order, is more binding 35 3, 40 | Now Christ began a very strict life after His ~baptism, 36 3, 40 | that, after leading such a strict ~life, He should return 37 Suppl, 42| run riot ~when held in too strict restraint.~Aquin.: SMT XP 38 Suppl, 43| because it is according to strict law. But this ~does not 39 Suppl, 61| lawful to pass from a less strict religious ~order to one 40 Suppl, 61| allowable to pass ~from a less strict - namely a carnal - marriage 41 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 4: According to strict law, a husband who was previously ~ 42 Suppl, 89| proportion according to the strict sense in ~which it is employed 43 Suppl, 93| Christ has an aureole in its strict sense, seeing that in Him


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