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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fitness

   Part, Question
1 1, 65 | i. 4], is "all form and fitness and concord of ~parts."~ 2 1, 66 | i. 4], is "all form and fitness and concord of ~parts."~ 3 1, 101 | place may have a certain fitness in regard to spiritual ~ 4 1, 107 | but less akin in their fitness for similar offices, which ~ 5 1, 107 | similar offices, which ~fitness, indeed, extends to a definite 6 2, 4 | but by reason of a certain fitness and adornment.~Aquin.: SMT 7 2, 9 | form without estimation of ~fitness or harmfulness, does not 8 2, 9 | whom it is proposed. For ~fitness is spoken of by way of relation; 9 2, 101 | far as they affected ~the fitness of the people who worshipped 10 2, 104 | whatever relates to the ~fitness of those who offer sacrifices 11 2, 104 | that man should show ~some fitness for the divine worship. 12 2, 108 | always makes mention of man's fitness for observing the ~counsels. 13 2, 110 | virtue with reference ~to its fitness with some pre-existing nature 14 2, 167 | whether to maintain the fitness of ~their estate, or even 15 3, 1 | INCARNATION (QQ[1]-59)~OF THE FITNESS OF THE INCARNATION (SIX 16 3, 1 | considered: first, the ~fitness of the Incarnation; secondly, 17 3, 3 | Secondly, the reason of this fitness may be taken from the end 18 3, 3 | Thirdly, the reason for this fitness may be taken from the sin 19 3, 4 | hence ~there would seem some fitness in the union of the Son 20 3, 4 | assumable ~according to some fitness for such a union. Now this 21 3, 4 | for such a union. Now this fitness in human ~nature may be 22 3, 4 | irrational creature the fitness of dignity is wanting, and 23 3, 4 | angelic nature the aforesaid fitness of need is wanting. Hence 24 3, 4 | up to ~the less, has no fitness for the greater; as a body 25 3, 4 | God by operation ~has no fitness to be united with Him in 26 3, 4 | totally to disprove the fitness of the angelic nature for 27 3, 4 | above, there is wanting the fitness of ~need, because, although 28 3, 6 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fitness for assumption is wanting 29 3, 8 | inasmuch as it brings about a ~fitness for the union; and thus 30 3, 64 | by reason of a certain fitness. And in this way ~good ministers 31 3, 72 | in earthly ~contests fitness of age, physique and rank 32 Suppl, 14| claim. In this sense the "fitness of the Divine ~goodness" 33 Suppl, 17| Whenever an act requires fitness on the part of the ~recipient, 34 Suppl, 17| act, viz. judgment of the fitness of the recipient, and accomplishment 35 Suppl, 17| act of the key requires fitness in the person ~on whom it 36 Suppl, 47| indicating either obligation or fitness, his father's ~command will 37 Suppl, 93| beatitude and a certain fitness ~thereto. Even so civic


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