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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | were given the eye of a young man, he would see even ~ 2 1, 77 | would see even ~as well as a young man." But weakness is the 3 1, 76 | were given the eye of a young man, he would see even ~ 4 1, 76 | would see even ~as well as a young man." But weakness is the 5 1, 100 | that birds teach their young to fly; and the like may 6 2, 32 | movement. For this reason also young people are ~most inclined 7 2, 40 | Whether hope abounds in young men and drunkards?~(7) Concerning 8 2, 40 | Whether hope abounds in young men and drunkards?~Aquin.: 9 2, 40 | anchor (Heb. 6:19). But young men and drunkards are ~wanting 10 2, 40 | Rhet. ii, 12) that "the young are full of hope."~Aquin.: 11 2, 40 | Objection, we must observe that ~young people and men in drink 12 2, 95 | inclined, and ~especially the young, who are more capable of 13 2, 95 | virtue. And as to those young people who are inclined ~ 14 2, 102 | offered up. Since then the young of the dove are commanded 15 2, 102 | offered, ~so also should the young of the turtledove.~Aquin.: 16 2, 102 | ones are better than the young; ~while with doves the case 17 2, 102 | Perplex. iii), turtledoves and young doves are commanded ~to 18 2, 102 | not ~take the dam with her young"; and (Dt. 25:4): "Thou 19 2, 102 | to slay "the dam with her young." It may, nevertheless, 20 2, 102 | the mother bird with her young during incubation, and to 21 2, 102 | the mother ~sitting on her young.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 22 2, 102 | not take the dam with her young: because in ~certain things 23 2, 2 | believe that no man, old or young is delivered from ~the contagion 24 2, 34 | that the ~old envy the young, and those who have spent 25 2, 45 | says (Topic. iii, 2) that "young people ~are not obviously 26 2, 45 | obviously prudent." Yet many young people have grace. Therefore ~ 27 2, 45 | hence it cannot be in the young, neither in habit nor in 28 2, 51 | his birth, wherefore the young are ~imprudent; and yet 29 2, 53 | prudence is acquired by the ~young, it is learnt at a price 30 2, 65 | up the . . . spirit of a young boy."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] 31 2, 73 | brooks pick it out, and the ~young eagles eat it." Further, 32 2, 81 | beasts ~their food and to the young ravens that call upon Him." 33 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The young ravens are said to call 34 2, 89 | the Lord," says: "Listen, young men whose ~duty it is to 35 2, 120 | honor their parents die young, and ~on the contrary those 36 2, 147 | etc., and (Titus 2:6) "Young men in like ~manner exhort 37 2, 147 | is most requisite in the young and ~in women, because concupiscence 38 2, 147 | pleasure thrives in the young on ~account of the heat 39 2, 183 | Lord after saying to the young ~man: "If thou wilt enter 40 2, 184 | them: since why did that young man go away sad, save because 41 2, 187 | counsel of perfection to the young man who said that he had 42 2, 187 | Matth. xix, 20) says: "The young man lies ~when he says: ' 43 2, 187 | examples. There were so many young men ~and maidens here, a 44 3, 37 | pair of turtle doves or two young pigeons."~Aquin.: SMT TP 45 3, 37 | pair of turtle doves or two young pigeons."~Aquin.: SMT TP 46 3, 37 | two turtle doves or two young pigeons" [*Bede, Hom. xv 47 3, 38 | conferred on ~all, old and young, Gentile and Jew, just as 48 3, 39 | up the holy spirit of a young boy, whose name was Daniel." 49 3, 46 | should have suffered, ~not in young, but in old, age.~Aquin.: 50 3, 46 | willed to suffer while yet young, for three reasons. ~First 51 3, 68 | according to Prov. 22:5: "A young man according to his ~way, 52 3, 71 | Whether children or young people approach the sacrament 53 3, 72 | 2:14: "I write unto you, young men, because you are strong, 54 3, 80 | in which there are old, young, and ~children, some of 55 Suppl, 8 | punishment is ~imposed on a young man for fornication, than 56 Suppl, 55| tender years as to be too young to understand such matters, ~ 57 Suppl, 65| together in rearing their young do not sever their ~mutual 58 Suppl, 65| come together until the ~young are fully fledged. Now this 59 Suppl, 70| were given the eye of a young man, he would, without doubt, ~ 60 Suppl, 70| doubt, ~see as well as a young man." Therefore neither 61 Suppl, 78| perfect in a ~child than in a young man, as regards the ability 62 Suppl, 92| bridegroom with the bride, the young maidens, and the companions 63 Suppl, 93| Anim. Hist. vii) ~that "young women who have been deflowered


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