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foresaw 8
foresee 11
foreseeing 2
foreseen 37
foresees 8
foreshadow 16
foreshadowed 89
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foreseen

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | any necessity upon things foreseen?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 2 1, 22 | providence. For ~nothing foreseen can happen by chance. If 3 1, 22 | If then everything was foreseen by ~God, nothing would happen 4 1, 22 | happen, it is said to be ~foreseen. Thus, for instance, the 5 1, 22 | circumstance, has been fully foreseen by their ~master, who has 6 1, 22 | any necessity on things foreseen?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 7 1, 22 | imposes necessity upon things ~foreseen. For every effect that has 8 1, 22 | a necessity upon things foreseen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 9 1, 22 | imposes necessity upon things foreseen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 10 1, 22 | certain, ~so far as all things foreseen happen as they have been 11 1, 22 | happen as they have been foreseen, whether ~from necessity 12 1, 22 | effect, and that in the way foreseen; but they do not pertain ~ 13 1, 41 | I made" - that is, I was foreseen as ~united to the creature. 14 1, 41 | I made" - that is, I was foreseen as ~united to the creature. 15 1, 85 | which the future may be foreseen."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 16 1, 115 | to happen. Now what ~is foreseen is neither lucky nor chance-like. 17 1, 115 | second ~causes to effects foreseen by God. Whatever, therefore, 18 2, 17 | have prevented it, had it foreseen. ~Hence the Philosopher 19 2, 20 | of an action are either foreseen or not. ~If they are foreseen, 20 2, 20 | foreseen or not. ~If they are foreseen, it is evident that they 21 2, 20 | the consequences are not foreseen, we must make a distinction. ~ 22 2, 20 | and are supposed to ~be foreseen. For this reason they are 23 2, 42 | so sudden, as not to be ~foreseen. On the other hand, those 24 2, 42 | impending from them, cannot be ~foreseen, but takes one by surprise. 25 2, 73 | resulting from a sin is foreseen and intended, as when ~a 26 2, 73 | Sometimes the harm ~is foreseen, but not intended; for instance, 27 2, 73 | however, the harm is neither foreseen nor intended: and then ~ 28 2, 73 | although it be neither foreseen nor ~intended, it aggravates 29 2, 73 | intention, nor was it ~perhaps foreseen by him, yet it aggravates 30 2, 73 | sinful act, ~and if neither foreseen nor intended, does not aggravate 31 2, 73 | although perhaps it be ~neither foreseen nor intended, then greater 32 2, 73 | result of an action if ~foreseen and intended adds to the 33 2, 58 | otherwise; ~and if he had foreseen the case, he might have 34 2, 75 | merchants, ~which was not foreseen by the buyers. Wherefore 35 2, 121 | Evang.), "the blow that is foreseen strikes with less force, ~ 36 Suppl, 71| in view of which it was foreseen that they ~would be recalled 37 Suppl, 74| And all things that are foreseen by natural reason to happen


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