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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | species by its form, and ~confined to individuality by matter. 2 1, 7 | be finite; for figure is confined by a term or boundary.~Aquin.: 3 1, 53 | who is indivisible, is confined to ~a point. Therefore if 4 1, 68 | all corporeal things are confined ~beneath the heaven perceived 5 1, 54 | who is indivisible, is confined to ~a point. Therefore if 6 1, 69 | all corporeal things are confined ~beneath the heaven perceived 7 1, 88 | of the separated soul is confined to those ~species or individuals 8 1, 114 | bodies. ~But the demons are confined to certain inferior bodies, 9 1, 118 | individual the form ~remains confined to a certain determinate 10 2, 8 | consequently its ~volition is not confined to good, but extends to 11 2, 40 | animals, whose ~knowledge is confined to the senses and does not 12 2, 67 | signification of the difference ~is confined to the genus if the difference 13 2, 80 | of the ~devil seems to be confined to the imagination and sensitive 14 2, 102 | Who is worshipped, ~is confined to no bodily place: wherefore 15 2, 111 | another, ~than that which is confined to itself, even as greater 16 2, 13 | death, and that it is not confined to ~utterance by word of 17 2, 123 | he loves. Now love is not confined to any particular kind of 18 2, 123 | inordinateness of fear is ~confined to the sensitive appetites, 19 2, 123 | argument considers fear as confined to the sensuality.~Aquin.: 20 2, 123 | referring to the fear ~that is confined within the sensuality. Or 21 2, 126 | Accordingly ~if these two be confined to the proper matter of 22 2, 126 | purpose." If these two be confined to the proper matter ~of 23 2, 158 | province of modesty, which they confined to ~lesser matters. Now 24 2, 172 | greater than that which is confined to ~the intellect.~Aquin.: 25 2, 174 | the gift of ~tongues is confined to a certain particular 26 2, 183 | office for some sin, and confined in a ~monastery that he 27 2, 187 | Super ~Luc. 1:15), "is not confined to any particular age; He 28 3, 7 | power, being infinite, is confined by no limits. Therefore 29 3, 72 | individual life, as it were, ~confined to himself. Now the grace 30 3, 72 | The Divine power is not confined to the sacraments. Hence ~ 31 3, 72 | confirm all, if he were confined to certain times. But where ~ 32 3, 79 | nourishment, since nourishment is confined to the living; and ~because 33 3, 83 | the Church was not to be confined within the ~territories 34 Suppl, 19| kingdom. Their power is confined to ~temporal matters, and 35 Suppl, 40| and provinces, but was confined to one nation; hence there 36 Suppl, 70| incorporeal spirits are confined to a place, being in one 37 Suppl, 70| the place to ~which it is confined, and so to tie it to that 38 Suppl, 79| bounds within which it was confined. ~Accordingly taking passion 39 Suppl, 80| which a located body is confined ~through contact with the 40 Suppl, 83| body, in so far as it ~is confined to a power of the soul which 41 Suppl, 89| exists is finite, since it is confined ~to a certain genus: and


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