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firmament 217
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firmly 61
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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firmness

   Part, Question
1 1, 68 | name firmament from the firmness and density of the air. " 2 1, 69 | name firmament from the firmness and density of the air. " 3 2, 46 | quickness to anger, and firmness of purpose in being avenged.~ 4 2, 61 | possess the habit and act with firmness and ~steadfastness." But 5 2, 61 | justice; while the last, viz. firmness and steadfastness, ~belongs 6 2, 61 | accompanied by a certain firmness so as not to be moved by 7 2, 100 | immovable ~principle": which firmness belongs properly to a habit, 8 2, 5 | its greater certitude and firmness, and, in another way, on 9 2, 56 | in order to indicate the firmness of the act.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 79 | In another way it denotes firmness, ~wherefore in olden times 11 2, 79 | shall see ~God." Again, firmness is required for the mind 12 2, 121 | to derive its name from firmness. ~But it belongs to every 13 2, 121 | simply denoting a certain ~firmness of mind, and in this sense 14 2, 121 | fortitude may be taken to denote firmness only in bearing and ~withstanding 15 2, 121 | broad sense, as denoting ~firmness of mind in face of assaults 16 2, 122 | fortitude; the other is the firmness itself, whereby a man does 17 2, 126 | place of patience, and "firmness," which he substitutes for 18 2, 126 | hoped for. ~Now hope has no firmness unless its contrary be removed, 19 2, 127 | general modes of virtue is firmness of ~mind, because "a firm 20 2, 127 | most difficult to preserve firmness. ~Wherefore the more difficult 21 2, 127 | is always more opposed to firmness ~of mind than the difficult 22 2, 127 | but because it denotes a firmness of ~mind in the matter of 23 2, 135 | virtue, because it observes firmness in ~matters wherein it is 24 2, 135 | consists merely in a ~certain firmness of reason and will. But 25 2, 135 | condivides constancy ~with firmness by which he indicates perseverance, 26 2, 137 | Fortitude denotes a certain firmness of mind, as stated ~above ( 27 2, 137 | Q[61], A[3]): and this firmness of mind is ~required both 28 2, 137 | mode, is able to have this firmness in both these ~respects, 29 2, 139 | its very nature ~bestows firmness, is chiefly concerned with 30 2, 139 | against which man needs firmness of mind, which fortitude ~ 31 2, 153 | to fear, but rather of firmness of mind which fortitude 32 2, 184 | virtue which preserves the firmness of the mind in regard ~to 33 3, 7 | regard to ~the certainty and firmness of the assent.~Aquin.: SMT 34 Appen1, 2| length corresponds to the firmness with ~which sin has taken


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