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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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partakes

   Part, Question
1 2, 3 | not attain thereto, but partakes of ~some particular likeness 2 2, 3 | except in so far as the lower partakes of something ~higher. Now 3 2, 3 | such, but inasmuch as it partakes of a certain likeness to ~ 4 2, 25 | inclination to another, partakes of it: and love betokens 5 2, 58 | human acts, in so far as it partakes of reason, so are moral ~ 6 2, 62 | participation, as kindled wood partakes of ~the nature of fire: 7 2, 66 | appetitive power, in so far as it partakes of reason. ~And among these, 8 2, 66 | regard ~to the subject that partakes of it. If we consider it 9 2, 68 | appetitive power according as it ~partakes somewhat of the reason, 10 2, 73 | in anger, is that ~lust partakes less of reason; and in the 11 2, 91 | measured, in so far as it partakes ~of the rule or measure. 12 2, 91 | excellent way, in so far as it partakes of a share of providence, 13 2, 91 | because the ~rational creature partakes thereof in an intellectual 14 2, 93 | nature of law in so far as it partakes of ~right reason; and it 15 2, 93 | Whatever obeys reason partakes somewhat of reason," as ~ 16 2, 102 | accidentally; in so far as man partakes ~of them against obedience 17 2, 112 | be more or less; but man partakes of the life of grace accidentally, 18 2, 24 | second is that which directly partakes of happiness, namely ~men 19 2, 41 | sin; wherefore punishment partakes of the nature of justice, 20 2, 45 | virtue is something that ~partakes of reason, so moral virtue 21 2, 45 | virtue, in so far ~as it partakes of intellectual virtue.~ 22 2, 67 | he does not sin if he ~partakes of food brought to him secretly, 23 2, 83 | end of another virtue it partakes somewhat of ~its species; 24 2, 100 | just as a carnal father partakes of the character of principle ~ 25 2, 100 | providence in one respect, ~partakes of the character of father 26 2, 101 | to His power: whereas man partakes of a certain likeness to 27 2, 145 | to ~be fasting until he partakes of food, consists in a pure 28 2, 154 | because the movement of anger partakes ~somewhat of reason, since 29 3, 7 | utmost limit wherein it partakes of this form, after its 30 3, 18 | the will, only because it partakes of the ~rational will, there 31 3, 25 | adored by us: for no one partakes spiritually of His ~flesh 32 3, 57 | its form that every body partakes of the Divine Essence, as 33 3, 74 | Since whatever is fermented partakes of corruption, this ~sacrament 34 3, 77 | everything mingled with another partakes of its quality. But no ~ 35 Suppl, 29| something is done, so that it partakes ~somewhat of the nature


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