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64 bones
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fishes

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | him have dominion over the fishes of the sea" (Gn. ~1:26). 2 1, 70 | is the fifth, birds and fishes are called into being, to 3 1, 71 | production of every kind of ~fishes and birds since we find 4 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, fishes and birds are not produced 5 1, 71 | not, then, fittingly that fishes and birds are produced from ~ 6 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, fishes move in the waters, and 7 1, 71 | birds in the air. If, ~then, fishes are produced from the waters, 8 1, 71 | OBJ 4: Further, not all fishes creep through the waters, 9 1, 71 | Therefore the production of fishes is ~not sufficiently described 10 1, 71 | more perfect than birds and fishes ~which appears from the 11 1, 71 | beings, whereas ~birds and fishes bring forth eggs. But the 12 1, 71 | order of nature. Therefore fishes and birds ought not to have 13 1, 71 | production of birds and fishes. As, then, Moses ~makes 14 1, 71 | about the production of fishes and birds, as he differs ~ 15 1, 71 | For while others say that fishes and ~birds were produced 16 1, 71 | The bodies of birds and fishes may be considered from two ~ 17 1, 71 | in order to include among fishes ~all such intermediate forms 18 1, 72 | described. For as ~birds and fishes have a living soul, so also 19 1, 72 | blessed, than are birds and fishes. But as birds and fishes 20 1, 72 | fishes. But as birds and fishes are said ~to be blessed, 21 1, 72 | more perfect than birds and fishes, not because the fish is ~ 22 1, 72 | therefore, does not call fishes "living creatures," but " 23 1, 72 | and seems to imply that ~fishes are merely bodies having 24 1, 72 | the making of ~birds and fishes, could be understood of 25 1, 74 | devoted to the ~production of fishes, and another to that of 26 1, 71 | is the fifth, birds and fishes are called into being, to 27 1, 71 | production of every kind of ~fishes and birds since we find 28 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, fishes and birds are not produced 29 1, 71 | not, then, fittingly that fishes and birds are produced from ~ 30 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, fishes move in the waters, and 31 1, 71 | birds in the air. If, ~then, fishes are produced from the waters, 32 1, 71 | OBJ 4: Further, not all fishes creep through the waters, 33 1, 71 | Therefore the production of fishes is ~not sufficiently described 34 1, 71 | more perfect than birds and fishes ~which appears from the 35 1, 71 | beings, whereas ~birds and fishes bring forth eggs. But the 36 1, 71 | order of nature. Therefore fishes and birds ought not to have 37 1, 71 | production of birds and fishes. As, then, Moses ~makes 38 1, 71 | about the production of fishes and birds, as he differs ~ 39 1, 71 | For while others say that fishes and ~birds were produced 40 1, 71 | The bodies of birds and fishes may be considered from two ~ 41 1, 71 | in order to include among fishes ~all such intermediate forms 42 1, 71 | described. For as ~birds and fishes have a living soul, so also 43 1, 71 | blessed, than are birds and fishes. But as birds and fishes 44 1, 71 | fishes. But as birds and fishes are said ~to be blessed, 45 1, 71 | more perfect than birds and fishes, not because the fish is ~ 46 1, 71 | therefore, does not call fishes "living creatures," but " 47 1, 71 | and seems to imply that ~fishes are merely bodies having 48 1, 71 | the making of ~birds and fishes, could be understood of 49 1, 73 | devoted to the ~production of fishes, and another to that of 50 1, 95 | have dominion over ~the fishes of the sea, and the birds 51 2, 102 | he received dominion over fishes. ~Consequently it was unfitting 52 2, 102 | Consequently it was unfitting for fishes to be excluded from the 53 2, 102 | flat but a cloven hoof. Of ~fishes they were allowed to partake 54 2, 24 | created by God, that the fishes and birds were ~brought 55 2, 64 | him have dominion over the fishes of the sea," etc.~Aquin.: 56 2, 172 | creeping ~things and of fishes": and all of this came from 57 3, 36 | Douay: 'air'] and the ~fishes of the sea."~Aquin.: SMT 58 3, 43 | five loaves ~and the two fishes, and, looking up to heaven, 59 3, 43 | worked in "the draught of fishes." Therefore it ~seems that 60 3, 44 | the plentiful draught of fishes, related Lk. 5 ~and Jn. 61 3, 55 | Tiberias at the capture of the ~fishes; the eighth was on the mountain 62 3, 55 | miracle of the draught of fishes, and ~further by ascending 63 Suppl, 52| have dominion over the ~fishes of the sea," but not that 64 Suppl, 72| fourth" day all the great fishes and other things that move


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