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acquirements 1
acquirend 1
acquires 78
acquiring 39
acquisition 50
acquit 7
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39 acquiring
39 afford
39 aim
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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acquiring

   Part, Question
1 1, 51 | in its own nature, but ~acquiring it from sensible things 2 1, 55 | place for the purpose of acquiring ~knowledge, but for the 3 1, 52 | in its own nature, but ~acquiring it from sensible things 4 1, 56 | place for the purpose of acquiring ~knowledge, but for the 5 1, 103 | as regards ~the latter acquiring a new form, or disposition, 6 2, 2 | needful good. ~But after acquiring any one of the foregoing, 7 2, 12 | intended. ~For instance, the acquiring of wine and clothing is 8 2, 23 | or struggle at times, in acquiring some such good, ~or in avoiding 9 2, 63 | he is not hindered from acquiring a habit of virtue, ~whereby 10 2, 66 | Prudence considers the means of acquiring happiness, but ~wisdom considers 11 2, 76 | but only at the time for acquiring the knowledge that he ~ought 12 2, 84 | A[2]). Now man's end in acquiring ~all temporal goods is that, 13 2, 105 | account of his negligence in ~acquiring knowledge: yet he was not 14 2, 6 | man ~attains to faith by acquiring it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[6] 15 2, 46 | intelligence." ~Secondly, the acquiring of knowledge, which is caused 16 2, 94 | 1) Of observances for acquiring knowledge, which are prescribed 17 2, 94 | the means it employs for acquiring knowledge have not ~in themselves 18 2, 94 | as for the ~purpose of acquiring health or the like, are 19 2, 94 | bodies, as for the purpose of acquiring health, or the like, are 20 2, 98 | of one's ~rivals, before acquiring the right to a bishopric 21 2, 98 | Simony is committed by acquiring spiritual things in return 22 2, 98 | sometimes the effect of acquiring ~unjustly, as when one buys 23 2, 106 | disqualified ~for having or acquiring a certain good: thus for 24 2, 116 | way the covetous man, in acquiring other people's goods, sometimes ~ 25 2, 116 | illiberal practices, or by acquiring more ~through sinful deeds, 26 2, 117 | deficiency in retaining and acquiring, while covetousness, ~on 27 2, 117 | in giving, but excess in acquiring ~and retaining. Hence it 28 2, 183 | avoiding any hardships or ~of acquiring any gain whatsoever, because 29 2, 184 | it is of great avail in acquiring the happiness of heaven. ~ 30 2, 186 | certain amount ~of care in acquiring or keeping external things. 31 2, 186 | things, is "a sure means of acquiring purity of heart." Now it 32 2, 187 | attain them all, end in acquiring ~none of them perfectly": 33 3, 9 | there is a twofold way of acquiring knowledge - by ~discovery 34 3, 65 | directly [per se], i.e. by acquiring some vital ~perfection; 35 Suppl, 8 | committed to his care: ~and in acquiring this knowledge he should 36 Suppl, 27| in ~mortal sin, for the acquiring of grace, but not for the 37 Suppl, 71| two purposes. First, for ~acquiring a certain state; thus by 38 Suppl, 71| nowise can avail another for ~acquiring a state by way of merit, 39 Suppl, 71| is a wayfarer, even for acquiring a ~state; for instance,


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