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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ship

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | that the art of using a ship, i.e. the art of navigation, 2 1, 18 | preparing the material for the ship.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 3 1, 19 | preserve life, or to take ship in order to ~cross the sea. 4 1, 49 | safety and danger of the ship is the same. But God is 5 1, 49 | OBJ 3: The sinking of a ship is attributed to the sailor 6 1, 49 | fulfil what the safety of the ship ~requires; but God does 7 1, 76 | there be many ~drawing a ship by means of a rope; there 8 1, 50 | safety and danger of the ship is the same. But God is 9 1, 50 | OBJ 3: The sinking of a ship is attributed to the sailor 10 1, 50 | fulfil what the safety of the ship ~requires; but God does 11 1, 75 | there be many ~drawing a ship by means of a rope; there 12 1, 81 | necessity to wish for a ship.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 13 2, 2 | the preservation of the ship entrusted to him, since 14 2, 2 | entrusted to him, since a ship is ordained ~to something 15 2, 2 | navigation. Now just as the ship is ~entrusted to the captain 16 2, 4 | is already gained; as a ship, for instance, after ~arrival 17 2, 5 | shipbuilding, it belongs to use a ship for the end for which ~it 18 2, 6 | thus the ~sinking of a ship is set down to the helmsman, 19 2, 6 | were unable to steer the ~ship or if the ship's helm be 20 2, 6 | steer the ~ship or if the ship's helm be not entrusted 21 2, 6 | him, the sinking of the ~ship would not be set down to 22 2, 8 | art; thus the use of a ~ship, which is its end, belongs 23 2, 8 | whereas the ~building of the ship, which is directed to the 24 2, 79 | cause the wrecking of the ship, ~through not steering the 25 2, 79 | through not steering the ship, unless he cease to steer 26 2, 45 | business or of sailing a ship, he ~is called a prudent 27 2, 100 | thus a ~sailor governs his ship by steering it to port. 28 2, 106 | says on Lk. 5 that "the ship in which Judas was, ~was 29 2, 182 | and is able to bring the ship ~safely out of the tempest, 30 2, 183 | the helmsman to leave ~the ship when the sea is calm, how 31 3, 35 | if many. ~together draw a ship along - there would be one 32 3, 40 | three places of refuge: the ship, the ~mountain, the desert; 33 3, 67 | versa": thus many draw a ship ~which one could draw. But 34 3, 84 | safeguarded ~in a whole ship, while the second help when 35 3, 84 | the second help when the ship is wrecked, is to ~cling 36 3, 84 | precede Penance refer to the ~ship in its integrity, i.e. to 37 Suppl, 72| or as a sailor uses his ~ship: wherefore according to


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