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cognition 14
cognitive 124
cognizance 17
cognizant 36
cognoscibility 1
cognoscitive 1
cohabit 19
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36 calling
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36 citizens
36 cognizant
36 composing
36 comprises
36 concubine
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cognizant

   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | of the powers. ~And to be cognizant of the natures of sensible 2 1, 84 | example, that sense is ~cognizant only of the impression made 3 2, 29 | generically; not that the sight is cognizant of ~universal color, but 4 2, 29 | because the fact that color is cognizant by the ~sight, is attributed 5 2, 33 | apprehensive power, which is cognizant of the ~conjunction with 6 2, 35 | alone, who is a perfectly cognizant animal, takes ~pleasure 7 2, 93 | respect are more or less ~cognizant of the eternal law.~Aquin.: 8 2, 112 | from deeds of which we are cognizant. For in the ~deed that Abraham 9 2, 14 | even as the senses ~are cognizant of sensible objects as of 10 2, 18 | considered not only as being cognizant of God, as it is with the ~ 11 2, 47 | understanding. The one is cognizant of universals, and this ~ 12 2, 47 | stated in Ethic. vi, 11, ~is cognizant of an extreme, i.e. of some 13 2, 75 | the seller or buyer to be cognizant ~of the hidden qualities 14 2, 93 | future occurrences, or be cognizant of them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 15 2, 93 | future occurrences or are cognizant of them. Now the cause ~ 16 2, 148 | without the drinker being cognizant of this: ~and in this way 17 2, 178 | divine revelation ~we become cognizant of things that cannot be 18 3, 31 | of his sin, for he was ~cognizant of the adultery and murder; 19 Suppl, 62| after the husband becomes ~cognizant of his consanguinity with 20 Suppl, 62| Further, if after becoming cognizant of his wife's fornication 21 Suppl, 72| Therefore the saints cannot be ~cognizant of our prayers.~Aquin.: 22 Suppl, 72| actions, and thus they are not cognizant of our prayers.~Aquin.: 23 Suppl, 72| much greater, if they were cognizant of our deeds, much ~more 24 Suppl, 72| them." Therefore they are cognizant of ~our prayers. Further, 25 Suppl, 72| souls of the saints being cognizant ~of our prayers and other 26 Suppl, 72| souls of the ~saints are cognizant of our prayers and of what 27 Suppl, 72| Therefore the saints are cognizant of what happens in our regard.~ 28 Suppl, 72| evident that the saints are cognizant of such things as ~are required 29 Suppl, 74| the apostles were more cognizant of God's secrets than others ~ 30 Suppl, 79| possible in so far as it is cognizant ~of flavors in the way mentioned 31 Suppl, 84| rising again one will not ~be cognizant of all the sins one has 32 Suppl, 84| behoove every man to be cognizant then of all his works. Wherefore 33 Suppl, 84| demerits, so will he be cognizant of ~those of others. This 34 Suppl, 85| or reward, he will not be cognizant of the condemnation or ~ 35 Suppl, 85| since though all will be cognizant of their ~own and of others' 36 Appen1, 2| than the body, it is more ~cognizant of actual suffering [passionis]:


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