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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | 5] Body Para. 2/2~Others assign the difference between these 2 1, 10 | On the other hand others assign primary ~matter as the cause 3 1, 19 | the good. But we cannot assign to God any end. Therefore ~ 4 1, 19 | since science seeks ~to assign causes to effects. This 5 1, 19 | and therefore we ~must assign some cause to the divine 6 1, 19 | this some have chosen to assign to ~intermediate causes, 7 1, 19 | not ~right therefore to assign one expression only in the 8 1, 23 | A[5]~), that we cannot assign any cause of the divine 9 1, 25 | ought not, therefore, to assign power to ~God; but only 10 1, 25 | and active, which we must assign to Him in the highest ~degree. 11 1, 51 | vi. super Cant.): "Let us assign incorporeity to God alone 12 1, 65 | Para. 2/2~Now if we wish to assign an end to any whole, and 13 1, 52 | vi. super Cant.): "Let us assign incorporeity to God alone 14 1, 66 | Para. 2/2~Now if we wish to assign an end to any whole, and 15 1, 77 | Further, we should not assign a particular power of the 16 1, 77 | Further, there is no need to assign an interior power of ~apprehension 17 1, 77 | this there is no need to assign an interior power, called 18 1, 77 | Therefore much less should we ~assign to the sensitive part a 19 1, 77 | reason," to which medical men assign a certain particular ~organ, 20 1, 77 | So there is no ~need to assign more than four interior 21 1, 78 | sensible. We must therefore assign on the ~part of the intellect 22 1, 78 | would still be necessary to assign ~to the human soul some 23 1, 78 | philosophers. For sometimes they assign four intellects - namely, 24 1, 79 | in general, we should not assign some particular power distinct ~ 25 1, 79 | that, It is necessary to assign an appetitive power to the ~ 26 1, 79 | And so it is necessary to assign an appetitive power to the ~ 27 1, 79 | Therefore it is necessary to assign to the soul a particular 28 1, 80 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 12) assign two parts to the sensitive ~ 29 1, 81 | intellectual. ~Therefore we must assign an irascible and concupiscible 30 1, 102 | counted. Therefore we cannot ~assign any definite number to the 31 1, 109 | of which he endeavored to assign ~according to the number 32 1, 113 | powers, to which we must assign the ~seeds above mentioned, 33 2, 31 | exists in the thing, we assign the cause of delight, viz. ~ 34 2, 34 | operation; wherefore we assign a twofold ~reason for this 35 2, 35 | Therefore it is incorrect to ~assign different species of sorrow.~ 36 2, 56 | these powers we must needs assign ~virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 37 2, 69 | 1: Augustine and Ambrose assign the beatitudes to the gifts ~ 38 2, 102 | covenant with Abraham, we assign the literal cause.~Aquin.: 39 2, 104 | Whether it is possible to assign a distinct division of the 40 2, 104 | that it is impossible to assign a distinct division ~of 41 2, 104 | Therefore it is not possible to assign a distinct ~division of 42 2, 6 | Since, therefore, when we assign the cause of ~a thing, we 43 2, 6 | of ~a thing, we intend to assign the cause of that thing 44 2, 6 | its species. For we cannot assign as the ~cause of a sickness, 45 2, 6 | the humors: though we can assign as cause of a diaphanous 46 2, 77 | But it ~is not possible to assign any special virtue to which 47 2, 94 | of which man is unable to assign; for ~instance that the 48 2, 159 | that ~it is not possible to assign the aforesaid degrees to 49 3, 27 | although it is not possible to assign a reason for God's judgments, ~ 50 3, 57 | are some who endeavor to assign the cause of this power 51 3, 57 | this opinion aside, others assign as the cause of this power 52 3, 75 | above (A[2]); nor can we assign any place where it may be. ~ 53 Suppl, 26| But any individual can assign his own ~goods to another 54 Suppl, 26| Therefore a prelate can assign the property of the multitude 55 Suppl, 38| it belongs to a bishop to assign others to places ~in all 56 Suppl, 49| consequently there is no ~need to assign to matrimony any goods whereby 57 Suppl, 53| invalidates the contract. Some assign ~scandal as the reason. 58 Suppl, 65| be given. Now we cannot assign any other reason ~for dispensation 59 Suppl, 67| cause. Wherefore we must assign to divorce certain remote 60 Suppl, 69| Therefore ~it is absurd to assign any places for the reception 61 Suppl, 73| resurrection, we ought not to assign the sound of the trumpet 62 Suppl, 85| Indeed our Lord seems to assign this very reason when He ~ 63 Suppl, 92| would seem unfitting to assign to the soul three dowries, ~ 64 Appen1, 2| the venial sin away. They assign as reason for this that ~


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