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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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bones

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | particular flesh, these bones, this blackness or ~whiteness, 2 1, 3 | Therefore ~this flesh, these bones, and the accidental qualities 3 1, 29 | signifies this ~flesh, these bones, and this soul, which are 4 1, 75 | this flesh, and of ~these bones; so it belongs to the notion 5 1, 75 | composed of soul, ~flesh, and bones; for whatever belongs in 6 1, 76 | the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, and so forth, do not make 7 1, 76 | the eye, the flesh and bones, as ~the Philosopher says ( 8 1, 74 | this flesh, and of ~these bones; so it belongs to the notion 9 1, 74 | composed of soul, ~flesh, and bones; for whatever belongs in 10 1, 75 | the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, and so forth, do not make 11 1, 75 | the eye, the flesh and bones, as ~the Philosopher says ( 12 1, 84 | as this ~flesh and these bones. The intellect therefore 13 1, 84 | from ~"this flesh and these bones," which do not belong to 14 1, 84 | intellect form "flesh and bones."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] A[ 15 1, 104 | hast put me together with bones and sinews."~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 118 | specific ~form of flesh, bones and such like parts. This 17 2, 4 | shall rejoice, and your bones ~shall flourish like a herb." 18 2, 37 | sorrowful spirit drieth up the bones": and (Prov. 25:20): ~"As 19 2, 54 | parts, such as ~nerves, bones, and flesh, the disposition 20 2, 102 | there was no time to break bones. ~Secondly, as to the manner 21 2, 102 | in their rites, ~of the bones and flesh of dead men. Wherefore, 22 2, 1 | at the touch of Eliseus' bones, and the like, which are ~ 23 2, 113 | God hath scattered the bones of them that please men," 24 2, 169 | said of Joseph that "his ~bones were visited, and after 25 2, 169 | remains in the body or in the bones after death. Therefore prophecy 26 2, 176 | when it had touched the ~bones of Eliseus, the man came 27 3, 1 | This now is bone of my bones," etc. ~which the Apostle 28 3, 2 | spirit hath not flesh and bones as you see Me to have." ~ 29 3, 4 | definition, as flesh and bones in ~the definition of man. 30 3, 5 | spirit hath not flesh and bones, as you see Me to ~have."~ 31 3, 5 | spirit hath not flesh and ~bones, as you see Me to have." 32 3, 5 | to have." Now flesh and bones are not of the matter ~of 33 3, 5 | matter, to wit, ~flesh and bones, which must be placed in 34 3, 5 | is absent, there are no bones nor flesh, except equivocally, ~ 35 3, 5 | spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ~you see Me to have.' 36 3, 31 | rather from his ~flesh and bones, according to Gn. 2:23: " 37 3, 31 | This now is bone of my bones, ~and flesh of my flesh." 38 3, 31 | but from her flesh and ~bones.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 39 3, 31 | follows that she had flesh and bones of the same nature as ~theirs. 40 3, 31 | theirs. Now, flesh and bones in other women are actual 41 3, 31 | formed not from the flesh or ~bones of the Virgin, but from 42 3, 31 | body ~was not the flesh and bones of the Blessed Virgin, nor 43 3, 54 | spirit hath not ~flesh and bones, as you see Me to have." 44 3, 54 | spirit hath not flesh and bones as ~you see Me to have."~ 45 3, 54 | it is clear that flesh, bones, blood, and other ~such 46 3, 54 | body had neither flesh, nor bones, nor the ~other natural 47 3, 54 | spirit hath not flesh and ~bones, as you see Me to have." 48 3, 55 | spirit hath not flesh and bones, as you see Me to have." 49 3, 76 | for instance, the nerves, bones, and such like. ~Therefore 50 3, 76 | of Christ, that is, the bones the nerves, and the like. 51 3, 76 | animals, but ~not on the bones or the like.~Aquin.: SMT 52 3, 76 | of the body, such as the bones, nerves, and the like, are 53 Suppl, 5 | sorrowful spirit drieth up the ~bones."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[ 54 Suppl, 29| in the ~flesh and in the bones of which one man is composed. 55 Suppl, 54| This now is bone of my ~bones and flesh of my flesh." 56 Suppl, 74| where it is written: "The bones came together . . . and 57 Suppl, 75| written (Job 20:11): "His bones shall be filled ~with the 58 Suppl, 77| of sense, as neither do bones, and yet it is certain that 59 Suppl, 79| will contain flesh ~and bones and like parts, all of which 60 Suppl, 80| rise again with ~flesh and bones, as did the body of our 61 Suppl, 80| spirit hath not flesh and bones as you see Me to have," 62 Suppl, 80| spirit hath not flesh and bones." Therefore the glorified 63 Suppl, 82| them, such as flesh and bones, earth ~is predominant. 64 Suppl, 82| 52], A[1]~,3m] than the bones, the humors than the flesh


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