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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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harmony

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | agrees in ~being out of harmony with the divine will. Hence 2 1, 39 | by substance, but one in harmony." But the substance of ~ 3 1, 39 | ugly; due "proportion" or "harmony"; and lastly, ~"brightness" 4 1, 50 | wishing to bring both into harmony, held ~that the angels, 5 1, 63 | one, which is also more in harmony with the teachings of the ~ 6 1, 68 | not in disunion, but in harmony. Others held the firmament 7 1, 39 | by substance, but one in harmony." But the substance of ~ 8 1, 39 | ugly; due "proportion" or "harmony"; and lastly, ~"brightness" 9 1, 51 | wishing to bring both into harmony, held ~that the angels, 10 1, 64 | one, which is also more in harmony with the teachings of the ~ 11 1, 69 | not in disunion, but in harmony. Others held the firmament 12 1, 98 | generation would have been in ~harmony with the manner in which 13 2, 24 | tends, ~is, of itself, in harmony or in discord with reason: 14 2, 29 | appetite, love is a ~certain harmony of the appetite with that 15 2, 35 | rather is in affinity and in harmony with ~it, as is evident 16 2, 35 | contemplation, but is in harmony with it, as ~stated above.~ 17 2, 82 | from the destruction of the harmony which ~was essential to 18 2, 82 | obstacle: thus, when the harmony of a mixed body is destroyed, 19 2, 82 | In like manner, when the harmony ~of original justice is 20 2, 93 | inclination to that which is in harmony with the ~eternal law; for " 21 2, 93 | according as they fail to act in harmony with that law. Hence Augustine ~ 22 2, 96 | the will of the good is in harmony with the law, whereas ~the 23 2, 114 | and it is congruous and in harmony with ~friendship that God 24 2, 33 | either because they are in harmony with sorrow, such as weeping, 25 2, 56 | because thereby man is in harmony with the law which directs ~ 26 2, 63 | particular ~nature from being in harmony with universal nature: thus 27 2, 92 | itself, but as being ~in harmony with the general custom. 28 2, 143 | being ~"the cause of the harmony and clarity of the universe." 29 2, 166 | mind, we destroy all that harmony which is the concord of ~ 30 3, 6 | the mode of creation is in harmony with the ~generic property 31 Suppl, 3 | they become more out of harmony ~with the order of the Divine 32 Suppl, 70| so far as it destroys the harmony ~of the organ Nevertheless, 33 Suppl, 72| and bringing them back to harmony. ~Nor is there a parallel 34 Suppl, 75| Thirdly, because it is more in harmony with the ~order of nature 35 Suppl, 79| the elements together in harmony so as to be fitting matter 36 Suppl, 82| another's eyes, and the very harmony of the body will be evident 37 Suppl, 82| the body's beauty is harmony of parts with a certain ~ 38 Suppl, 88| joy. But this is not in harmony with the authority and ~ 39 Suppl, 88| consists in the order and ~harmony of the parts is more excellent 40 Suppl, 88| will no longer be the same harmony. Therefore if ~the elemental 41 Suppl, 88| bettered, and so the same harmony will remain.~Aquin.: SMT


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