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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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speaker

   Part, Question
1 1, 27 | which proceeds from the speaker, yet remains in him. In ~ 2 1, 34 | and Holy Ghost are one speaker. So Augustine says (De Trin. ~ 3 1, 34 | who utters the Word is "speaker" in ~God, although each 4 1, 34 | the word proceeds from the speaker by being uttered. ~Therefore 5 1, 34 | chiefly to ~signify the speaker, and consequently, relation 6 1, 37 | something abiding in the speaker; yet with a ~relation to 7 1, 41 | proceeds by the will from a speaker. Therefore the Son ~proceeds 8 1, 37 | something abiding in the speaker; yet with a ~relation to 9 1, 41 | proceeds by the will from a speaker. Therefore the Son ~proceeds 10 1, 92 | procession of the Word ~from the Speaker, and of Love from both of 11 1, 92 | procession of the Word from the Speaker, and the procession ~of 12 1, 92 | in us proceeds from the speaker; and love from ~both. But 13 1, 92 | procession of the word from the speaker, and the procession of love 14 1, 106| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the speaker incites the hearer to listen 15 1, 106| manifesting something to the speaker himself; as when the disciples 16 1, 106| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a speaker cries out on account of 17 2, 70 | himself. in so far as the speaker acts ~unjustly against the 18 2, 70 | signification depends on ~the speaker's inward intention. Hence, 19 2, 71 | from the intention of the speaker. Now backbiting by its ~ 20 2, 73 | by the intention of the speaker, wherefore these sins are ~ 21 2, 74 | the chief intention of the speaker is directed not ~to evil 22 2, 74 | chiefly with ~regard to the speaker's intention, as stated above ( 23 2, 108| beside the intention of the speaker so that it is not a ~perfect 24 2, 108| since what is beside the speaker's intention is accidental ~ 25 2, 108| in the ~intention of the speaker it is not told to deceive, 26 2, 114| arises by reason of the speaker being a person to whom someone 27 2, 114| truth, or to hold up the speaker to contempt.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 152| comes into the mind of a speaker presents itself to the mind ~ 29 2, 166| it will be useful for the speaker to try something novel or ~ 30 2, 174| Secondly, as regards the speaker himself, for if he be ~enabled 31 2, 175| through the fault of the speaker. The ~good works of either 32 3, 60 | that the ~intention of the speaker is interrupted, the sacramental 33 3, 60 | the interruption of the speaker is so slight, that his ~ 34 3, 78 | i.e. the person of the speaker, sufficiently indicates 35 3, 80 | comes ~into the mind of a speaker may present itself to the


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