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humilitas 1
humility 281
humo 1
humor 41
humorem 1
humorous 1
humors 59
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41 harmony
41 heading
41 heretic
41 humor
41 insufficient
41 kindness
41 lasting
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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humor

   Part, Question
1 1, 75 | by a ~feverish and bitter humor, is insensible to anything 2 1, 74 | by a ~feverish and bitter humor, is insensible to anything 3 1, 90 | fire; and where ~there is humor, which is of the air. But 4 1, 96 | entire consumption of the humor, man ~was obliged to take 5 1, 96 | arises from the fact that the humor ~which is caused from extraneous 6 1, 96 | sources, being added to the humor already ~existing, lessens 7 1, 110 | charged with choleric ~humor, tastes everything as bitter, 8 1, 118 | 3: Further, the "radical humor" seems to belong to the 9 1, 118 | food were changed into the ~humor. Therefore food is not changed 10 1, 118 | consumption of the "radical humor"; just as lead or tin is ~ 11 1, 118 | Reply OBJ 3: The "radical humor" is said to comprise whatever 12 1, 118 | amputated. But the "nutritive humor" is ~that which has not 13 2, 32 | body is corroded by a base humor," as stated in Ethic. vii, 14 2, 102 | intercourse. Because every humor ~issuing from man in the 15 2, 102 | in men through a corrupt humor causing ~putrefaction and 16 2, 24 | sensitive nature, which they humor. ~This is not to love oneself 17 2, 44 | is infected with ~an evil humor: and such like folly is 18 2, 102 | every ~respect. Thus, a humor is sometimes subject to 19 2, 145 | of the night), ~and the humor spread about through the 20 2, 145 | Q. 118, A[1], ad 3], and humor. Wine and other ~things 21 2, 145 | conduces to the production of humor. Now the alteration occasioned ~ 22 2, 145 | whereas ~the substance of the humor remains a long time. Hence 23 2, 152 | there is ~excess of seminal humor in the body, or when the 24 2, 152 | in the body, or when the humor is disintegrated ~either 25 2, 152 | excessive or disintegrated humor: the same thing happens 26 2, 152 | Accordingly if this excess of humor be due to a sinful cause ( 27 2, 154 | fever lasts as long as the humor is disturbed: whereas the 28 3, 55 | darkness or by some kind of humor."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 29 3, 66 | was not the phlegmatic humor, as some have supposed. 30 Suppl, 3 | not as regards the natural humor, but as to ~his bodily desires 31 Suppl, 77| Now blood is the chief humor. Therefore it will not rise ~ 32 Suppl, 77| namely from the form of ~humor to the form of member. Humidities 33 Suppl, 77| consists in the radical humor, that ~namely which is begotten 34 Suppl, 77| And thus the ~nutrimental humor in one becomes the radical 35 Suppl, 77| one becomes the radical humor in another.~Aquin.: SMT 36 Suppl, 77| And thus the nutrimental humor is not distinct from the 37 Suppl, 77| tend to destroy the natural humor, there will ~be no need 38 Suppl, 77| however this nutrimental humor is ~subject to ebb and flow 39 Suppl, 77| the addition of extraneous humor to the first radical humors ~ 40 Suppl, 79| affected by some ~neighboring humor.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[82] A[ 41 Suppl, 94| resolution of tears that ~humor needs to be generated which


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