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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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terminates

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | of movement, so far as it terminates any part of ~that movement. 2 1, 5 | the thing desired that terminates the movement of the appetite ~ 3 1, 5 | own sake; but that which terminates the ~movement of the appetite 4 1, 27 | an intellectual nature terminates in the procession of the 5 1, 58 | movement. But no movement ~terminates in various terms. Therefore 6 1, 59 | movement. But no movement ~terminates in various terms. Therefore 7 1, 80 | having wrought vengeance, terminates in joy. For this reason 8 1, 82 | as it were, concludes and terminates counsel. Now ~counsel is 9 1, 107 | the Divine Persons, which terminates in the Holy Ghost, ~Who 10 1, 115 | every ~action of nature terminates in some one thing. Wherefore 11 2, 1 | terminus: for the human act terminates at that ~which the will 12 2, 25 | of ~the irascible faculty terminates in a concupiscible passion 13 2, 53 | begins in the accident and terminates in the subject: for ~"whiteness 14 2, 53 | begins in the subject and terminates in the concrete, the ~relation 15 2, 53 | begins in the subject and terminates at the accident: for "a ~ 16 2, 110 | of God. But generation ~terminates at the essence prior to 17 2, 113 | justification of ~the ungodly, which terminates at the eternal good of a 18 2, 113 | heaven and earth, which ~terminates at the good of mutable nature. 19 2, 47 | The reasoning of prudence terminates, as in a conclusion, ~in 20 2, 178 | that the contemplative life terminates in ~delight, which is seated 21 2, 178 | A[1]) that contemplation terminates in the affections.~Aquin.: 22 3, 31 | whom Matthew's genealogy terminates. Augustine answered this ~ 23 3, 77 | OBJ 3: The change which terminates in a substantial form is 24 3, 78 | nature of the thing which terminates the conversion, and this 25 Suppl, 57| because when the ~adoption terminates at the death of the adopter, 26 Suppl, 66| one who contracts marriage terminates not in himself, but in the 27 Suppl, 72| movement of a ~stone which terminates in a violent rest. Again, 28 Suppl, 72| although ~resurrection terminates in the life of nature. For 29 Suppl, 72| regards an operation which terminates in ~something that is not 30 Suppl, 74| one is in the instant that terminates the other.~Aquin.: SMT XP 31 Suppl, 78| the movement of growth terminates, and from which the movement 32 Suppl, 88| movement of lower bodies terminates naturally in rest. Therefore ~ 33 Suppl, 88| far nobler, their movement terminates ~naturally in rest.~Aquin.: 34 Suppl, 88| movement of lower bodies terminates in rest. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT


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