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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | he subtracts ~whatever he finds necessary; which line he 2 1, 73 | knowledge that in ~it alone God finds His own rest, and we may 3 1, 72 | knowledge that in ~it alone God finds His own rest, and we may 4 1, 115 | intending to dig a grace finds a treasure. Now it is manifest 5 2, 4 | will. Now that ~the will finds rest in anything, can only 6 2, 13 | than to the other; and he finds the reason of this in the 7 2, 16 | something else in which the will finds rest.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[16] 8 2, 31 | OBJ 2: Further, "every one finds treasure in what he loves," 9 2, 42 | suddenly ~becomes poor, finds poverty all the more disagreeable. 10 2, 65 | that a man who has a habit, finds it ~difficult to act in 11 2, 65 | has a habit of science, finds it ~difficult to understand, 12 2, 79 | grace from those in whom He finds an obstacle: so ~that the 13 2, 81 | Ethic. iii, 5): "No one finds ~fault with those who are 14 2, 85 | these ~three that a man finds it difficult to tend to 15 2, 10 | heretic, ~in whose life one finds nothing reprehensible beyond 16 2, 28 | chief ~movement of the soul finds rest in God, yet there are 17 2, 31 | father." Wherefore Dionysius finds fault with the monk Demophilus ( 18 2, 31 | dishonor, so that when a man finds his ~honor lost, he puts 19 2, 50 | respect the gift of counsel finds a place ~in them.~Aquin.: 20 2, 64 | OBJ 2: Further, if a man finds a thing that is not his 21 2, 65 | his right. ~Secondly, he finds a hindrance on the part 22 2, 76 | lending; it is the usurer who finds an occasion ~of sin in the 23 2, 130 | of the devil, vainglory finds a place even in ~the servants 24 2, 139 | Testaments the temperate man finds confirmation of the rule 25 2, 152 | The ~second is when a man finds a maiden in the city, and 26 2, 160 | virtue, in so far as it finds an occasion of pride in ~ 27 2, 172 | stronger than that which ~finds a man's soul asleep and 28 3, 69 | one it looses whatever it finds.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 29 3, 72 | order "to confirm" what it finds already there. And consequently ~ 30 3, 80 | Consequently, if anyone finds that he has these ~dispositions 31 3, 89 | being that the penitent ~finds difficulty in doing deeds 32 Suppl, 14| penance, according ~as he finds him better disposed.~Aquin.: 33 Suppl, 14| of God, that wherever He finds a ~disposition He should 34 Suppl, 20| The third case is when he finds that an irregularity has ~ 35 Suppl, 30| in consequence, ~if it finds any sin, either mortal or 36 Suppl, 42| not seek a remedy where it finds ~aggravation. Now concupiscence 37 Suppl, 44| namely Divine and human law, finds a place in this ~definition. 38 Suppl, 66| by knowing her ~carnally, finds that she is not. Therefore 39 Suppl, 72| heavenly joy, that sorrow finds no place in them. Wherefore 40 Suppl, 85| as each one's last day finds him, so ~will the world' 41 Suppl, 96| that even in them His mercy finds a place, in so far as they ~ 42 Appen2, 1| wash away the sin which it finds, but only that which is


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