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animalium 4
animals 881
animam 2
animate 38
animated 56
animation 26
animi 3
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39 weakened
39 youth
38 aid
38 animate
38 apparel
38 army
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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animate

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | for a body must be ~either animate or inanimate; and an animate 2 1, 3 | animate or inanimate; and an animate body is manifestly nobler ~ 3 1, 3 | any inanimate body. But an animate body is not animate precisely 4 1, 3 | But an animate body is not animate precisely as ~body; otherwise 5 1, 3 | otherwise all bodies would be animate. Therefore its animation ~ 6 1, 51 | body. Therefore the angels ~animate bodies which are naturally 7 1, 69 | movement, by which the animate and the inanimate are chiefly 8 1, 75 | for we call living things "animate," [*i.e. having a soul], 9 1, 75 | first, we call the "primary animate."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 10 1, 76 | form we call the "primary animate," ~as was said above (Q[ 11 1, 76 | the order of things, the ~animate are more perfect than the 12 1, 76 | part which moves; and the animate body is the part moved.~ 13 1, 52 | body. Therefore the angels ~animate bodies which are naturally 14 1, 70 | movement, by which the animate and the inanimate are chiefly 15 1, 74 | for we call living things "animate," [*i.e. having a soul], 16 1, 74 | first, we call the "primary animate."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 17 1, 75 | form we call the "primary animate," ~as was said above (Q[ 18 1, 75 | the order of things, the ~animate are more perfect than the 19 1, 75 | part which moves; and the animate body is the part moved.~ 20 1, 77 | of the soul; since ~every animate thing, in some way, moves 21 1, 79 | things which ~are common to animate and to inanimate things. 22 1, 79 | But appetite is common to ~animate and inanimate things: since " 23 2, 41 | natural is common to things animate and ~inanimate. But fear 24 2, 72 | rational" and "irrational," ~"animate," and "inanimate": the other 25 2, 95 | recourse to a judge as to animate justice." But animate justice 26 2, 95 | to animate justice." But animate justice is better ~than 27 2, 131 | natural things, whether animate or inanimate. Now ~just 28 3, 2 | Church chants: "Taking an animate body, He deigned to be born 29 3, 16 | in the concrete we say "animate" and "carnal" or ~"corporeal," 30 3, 18 | the servant being like ~an animate instrument, as the Philosopher 31 3, 32 | moved: which happens ~in animate things only, as is proved 32 3, 53 | the rising again ~of an animate being, which was disintegrated 33 3, 64 | principal agent. But an animate instrument, such as a ~minister, 34 3, 81 | to die, to grieve, to be ~animate or inanimate, and the like; 35 Suppl, 18| instrument, and the priest as an animate instrument, such ~as a servant 36 Suppl, 44| and this belongs to an animate body, which is the genus 37 Suppl, 44| found perfectly in those animate beings that are not ~animals. 38 Suppl, 79| Philosopher (De Anima i, 2) "the animate is ~distinct from the inanimate


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