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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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looking

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | principles. Some, ~however, looking to what is treated of in 2 1, 19 | will not rise again," but looking at the divine ~first cause 3 2, 12 | according to our way of looking at it, as to its beginning 4 2, 15 | but only in our way of looking at ~them; so that we call 5 2, 28 | sake as for his own sake, looking on ~his friend as identified 6 2, 32 | pleasure in thinking of or looking at certain things; or in 7 2, 32 | we take great pleasure in looking ~upon a thing as our own, 8 2, 40 | which we exercise by ~"looking out." Therefore hope belongs 9 2, 65 | act of hope consists in looking to ~God for future bliss. 10 2, 73 | their conclusion through looking at sin on the side of the 11 2, 93 | distinction may be gathered by looking ~around us. For those things 12 2, 102 | signified by the ~two cherubim, looking one towards the other, to 13 2, 112 | something else; and yet, ~looking to the condition of the 14 2, 1 | happen to fall into error, looking at it ~in this way, we may 15 2, 16 | unites to himself by love, looking upon him as his other self: ~ 16 2, 30 | wherefore, even as a man in looking after himself, ought ~to 17 2, 30 | his body, so ought he in looking after ~his neighbor, whom 18 2, 47 | circumspection seems to signify looking at one's surroundings. But ~ 19 2, 63 | another people, thy eyes looking on [*Vulg.: 'May thy sons 20 2, 75 | this jester, either by looking into ~himself or by his 21 2, 86 | hand to ~the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 22 2, 86 | of begetting children, of looking after his household, ~and 23 2, 116 | the ~interior affection, looking at the matter from the point 24 2, 160 | curiosity," which consists in looking ~around in all directions 25 2, 165 | to something harmful, as looking on a woman is directed to ~ 26 2, 165 | faults with the intention of looking down upon them, or of detracting ~ 27 2, 182 | his hand to the plough and looking back ~is fit for the kingdom 28 2, 183 | hand ~to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 29 2, 184 | hand to the ~plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 30 2, 187 | hand ~to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 31 2, 187 | hand ~to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom 32 3, 11 | is written (Heb. 12:2): "Looking on Jesus the author and 33 3, 28 | acknowledged by ~Joseph, by looking on her face, not by lustful 34 3, 41 | according ~to Heb. 12:2: "Looking on Jesus, the author and 35 3, 43 | according ~to Heb. 12:2: "Looking on Jesus, the author and 36 3, 43 | and the two fishes, and, looking up to heaven, He blessed 37 3, 44 | if he saw anything. And, looking ~up, he said: I see men 38 Suppl, 12| opposite way: ~since when looking at the past we detest the 39 Suppl, 43| reason is ~required for looking to the future than for consenting 40 Suppl, 71| prays for them through looking on their burial place, wherefore 41 Suppl, 89| something else: thus by looking in a mirror it ~is led to 42 Suppl, 89| reflected in the mirror, and by looking at an ~image it is led to 43 Suppl, 93| more strenuous ~battle. Looking at it thus the martyr's


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