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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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iron

   Part, Question
1 1, 41 | principle, as a knife is ~"of" iron; or a formal principle, 2 1, 44 | belongs essentially, as iron becomes ~ignited by fire. 3 1, 76 | form of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for cutting through 4 1, 41 | principle, as a knife is ~"of" iron; or a formal principle, 5 1, 45 | belongs essentially, as iron becomes ~ignited by fire. 6 1, 75 | form of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for cutting through 7 1, 90 | cutting, he makes it of iron, which is suitable for the ~ 8 1, 109 | workman employs fire to soften iron.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 9 2, 14 | that this is ~bread or iron: and also any general statements 10 2, 58 | matter, ~as a smith without iron. Therefore prudence can 11 2, 63 | study and practice, even as iron is made bright by being 12 2, 85 | respect of this ~condition iron is a matter adapted for 13 2, 85 | adapted for a knife: but that iron be ~breakable and inclined 14 2, 85 | natural disposition of ~iron, nor does the workman choose 15 2, 85 | workman choose this in the iron, indeed he would do ~without 16 2, 90 | is not its meaning, else iron, since it hurts ~the foot, 17 2, 93 | earthly body such as wood, iron or ~polished stone, it is 18 2, 93 | OBJ 3: The trial by hot iron or boiling water is directed 19 2, 93 | means of the trial by hot iron or ~boiling water, and no 20 2, 94 | that the magnet attracts iron, and many like instances, 21 2, 162 | way a saw needs to be ~of iron, this being suitable to 22 2, 162 | craftsman were able, of the iron he would make a saw that 23 3, 13 | from another, as water or ~iron heats, by heat borrowed 24 3, 19 | use of fire for heating iron. But the operation which ~ 25 3, 46 | whose ~flesh was torn with iron pincers. Therefore it seems 26 3, 52 | bidding all 'the bars of iron were ~burst'" (Cf. Is. 45: 27 3, 52 | broke down the gate and ~'iron bars' of hell, setting at 28 3, 70 | But, in cutting, we use an iron ~knife more commonly than 29 3, 74 | the matter ~of a saw is iron, so as to adapt it for cutting. 30 3, 77 | surrounding them, such as iron or stone, which remain entire 31 3, 80 | by ~trial made by burning iron or boiling water; it belongs 32 Suppl, 51| strike his father with an iron rod thinking it to be of 33 Suppl, 65| generic nature, and to attract iron by virtue of its ~specific 34 Suppl, 72| instanced by incandescent iron, which by virtue of ~its 35 Suppl, 94| burning wood and red-hot iron; nor ~does it signify, as 36 Suppl, 94| force, as in the case of iron, or by a natural intrinsic


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