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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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separately

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | and ~it considers the form separately by itself. Likewise, also, 2 1, 12 | to be explained ~to him separately. And so an intellect can 3 1, 14 | in their particularity or separately, as if He saw alternately ~ 4 1, 19 | conclusion ~are understood separately from each other, the understanding 5 1, 29 | species of things subsisted ~separately from singular things. To 6 1, 32 | the relations should be ~separately signified in the abstract; 7 1, 40 | remains in our intellect separately the understanding both of 8 1, 41 | habitudes of the persons separately after the ~manner of act, 9 1, 41 | the ~manner of act, and separately after the manner of relations. 10 1, 76 | more, reason can consider separately what belongs to the ~power 11 1, 76 | consider the condition of each separately: so that if each had a separate ~ 12 1, 77 | receptive principle, either separately by itself, or ~together 13 1, 40 | remains in our intellect separately the understanding both of 14 1, 41 | habitudes of the persons separately after the ~manner of act, 15 1, 41 | the ~manner of act, and separately after the manner of relations. 16 1, 75 | more, reason can consider separately what belongs to the ~power 17 1, 75 | consider the condition of each separately: so that if each had a separate ~ 18 1, 76 | receptive principle, either separately by itself, or ~together 19 1, 89 | necessarily created, not separately, but in the ~body.~Aquin.: 20 1, 91 | female should be ~produced separately from the male; although 21 2, 89 | so as to understand both separately, as we do. ~Consequently, 22 2, 1 | each pronounced singly and separately, thus: "Your ~passion, your 23 2, 1 | in as much as each one ~separately presents a special difficulty.~ 24 2, 26 | considering both loves separately: and then, without doubt, 25 2, 41 | injustice, may be found separately from other kinds, as stated 26 2, 41 | scandal is not to be found separately from other sins. ~Therefore 27 2, 42 | have the conclusions put separately before him. Since, however, ~ 28 2, 76 | man wanted to sell wine separately from the ~use of the wine, 29 2, 176 | of healing" is mentioned separately, because by ~its means a 30 3, 2 | because it does not exist separately, but in ~something more 31 3, 3 | understanding manifoldly and separately what in God is ~one: and 32 3, 23 | pointedly our Lord says, separately, "My ~Father," and "Your 33 3, 25 | flesh of ~Christ were adored separately from its Godhead: for this 34 3, 76 | the body is consecrated separately.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 35 3, 76 | other part is consecrated ~separately from the rest.~Aquin.: SMT 36 Suppl, 72| cleansing, ~which is wrought separately in the body, by death and


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