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imperfect 521
imperfection 149
imperfections 1
imperfectly 64
imperfectum 49
imperial 3
imperil 2
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64 generative
64 generic
64 impediments
64 imperfectly
64 magnanimous
64 obeys
64 parish
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imperfectly

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1 1, 13 | creatures represent ~it imperfectly. So when we say, "God is 2 1, 13 | creatures ~represent Him imperfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 3 1, 13 | according to these conceptions, ~imperfectly understood. Therefore although 4 1, 14 | not through itself, is ~imperfectly known. But evil is not known 5 1, 14 | it would be known by Him imperfectly; which cannot be, for ~the 6 1, 62 | knows things in ~the Word; imperfectly by his natural knowledge, 7 1, 67 | substantial form is received imperfectly, so as to be, as it ~were, 8 1, 63 | knows things in ~the Word; imperfectly by his natural knowledge, 9 1, 68 | substantial form is received imperfectly, so as to be, as it ~were, 10 1, 78 | But man attains, ~although imperfectly, to the knowledge of intelligible 11 1, 78 | knows contingent things, but imperfectly; forasmuch ~as they have 12 1, 84 | confusedly. A thing thus imperfectly known, is known partly in ~ 13 1, 90 | the human ~body is very imperfectly disposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 92 | knows and loves God, though imperfectly; and this ~image consists 15 1, 103 | it has the ~form of fire imperfectly and inchoately, the heat 16 1, 107 | who knows ~natural things imperfectly, can distinguish their orders 17 1, 107 | from what it participates imperfectly, nor from that which it 18 2, 3 | common with man, although imperfectly. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[ 19 2, 5 | knowing and loving God, albeit imperfectly. Therefore man can be happy 20 2, 5 | in itself, ~namely, God: imperfectly, however, in comparison 21 2, 5 | form exist in something imperfectly, ~and not naturally, it 22 2, 5 | in any ~creature, it is imperfectly and by likeness or participation. ~ 23 2, 11 | to irrational ~animals, imperfectly; to other creatures, not 24 2, 11 | two ways; perfectly and imperfectly. Perfectly, when ~it is 25 2, 11 | intention but also in reality; imperfectly, ~when it is possessed in 26 2, 16 | an end thus is to have it imperfectly. ~Now every imperfect thing 27 2, 17 | the fact that it commands imperfectly. ~Now imperfect command 28 2, 33 | That which is possessed imperfectly, is possessed in one ~respect, 29 2, 48 | though it ~listened but imperfectly to reason, on account of 30 2, 49 | the ~genus, when it is had imperfectly, so as to be easily lost: 31 2, 49 | a man to have a science imperfectly, so as to be liable to ~ 32 2, 54 | that it begins by being imperfectly in ~the subject, and is 33 2, 54 | has the habit indeed, yet ~imperfectly. And when he obtains, by 34 2, 61 | applied to one that answers imperfectly to the ~idea of virtue, 35 2, 68 | he possesses the latter imperfectly, since we love and know 36 2, 68 | since we love and know God ~imperfectly. Now it is evident that 37 2, 68 | nature, or ~form, or virtue imperfectly, cannot of itself work, 38 2, 68 | has the nature of light imperfectly, sheds ~only a borrowed 39 2, 68 | it is, in a manner, and imperfectly, informed by the ~theological 40 2, 91 | according to its own mode, and ~imperfectly. Consequently, as on the 41 2, 93 | subject to the ~eternal law, imperfectly as to their actions, indeed, 42 2, 110 | in the Divine goodness ~imperfectly, the participation of the 43 2, 8 | way we understand a thing imperfectly, when the essence of a ~ 44 2, 22 | both God and the angels, ~imperfectly indeed in this present state 45 2, 28 | two ways, perfectly and imperfectly, so there is a ~twofold 46 2, 42 | two ways; perfectly, and ~imperfectly. A precept is fulfilled 47 2, 42 | reached; yet it is fulfilled, imperfectly ~however, when although 48 2, 42 | it is fulfilled, albeit imperfectly, by those ~who fight without 49 2, 42 | it is fulfilled, though ~imperfectly, on the way. Nevertheless 50 2, 70 | vii, 6) "anger listens ~imperfectly to reason": wherefore an 51 2, 73 | only ~dispositively and imperfectly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[75] A[ 52 2, 81 | power of the cause; secondly imperfectly, by merely ~disposing to 53 2, 169 | prophesy in part," i.e. ~imperfectly. The Divine revelation will 54 2, 174 | way of habit, but ~only imperfectly by way of passion. on the 55 2, 178 | truth is competent to us imperfectly, namely ~"through a glass" 56 2, 187 | he kept the commandments ~imperfectly and in a general way. For 57 3, 1 | may be termed sufficient, imperfectly - i.e. in the ~acceptation 58 3, 8 | potentially; except, ~perhaps, imperfectly, by formless faith, which 59 3, 33 | whence, first, as being imperfectly disposed, it receives an ~ 60 3, 44 | him suddenly, but at first imperfectly, and by means of His spittle. ~ 61 3, 79 | present life, ~although imperfectly. but perfectly in the state 62 Suppl, 40| Old Testament represent ~imperfectly the things of the New Testament. 63 Suppl, 57| imitates natural sonship imperfectly, and is called ~"simple 64 Suppl, 93| perfectly in heaven, and imperfectly on the ~way. From this signification


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