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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fittingness

   Part, Question
1 2, 29 | repugnance but only ~of fittingness; because being is common 2 2, 31 | virtue's good depends on ~fittingness in relation to some one 3 2, 35 | to have any affinity or ~fittingness to one another. For intemperance 4 2, 35 | they have no affinity or ~fittingness to one another. On the other 5 2, 35 | certain mutual affinity or fittingness. The ~reason of this is 6 2, 35 | non-white"; while there is fittingness and likeness in the ~affirmation 7 2, 35 | also ~have a certain mutual fittingness and affinity: for instance 8 2, 69 | the beatitudes;~(4) Of the fittingness of the rewards ascribed 9 2, 70 | these by a certain kind of fittingness, in so far as ~all the virtues 10 2, 102 | first according to their fittingness to the worship of God; ~ 11 2, 82 | by ~reason of a certain fittingness, like other bodily signs.~ 12 2, 82 | OBJ 3: There is a certain fittingness in adoring towards the east. ~ 13 2, 85 | judged according to their ~fittingness to the end. Now the payment 14 2, 85 | This also seems to denote fittingness rather than obligation. ~ 15 2, 115 | due is based on ~a certain fittingness and not on an obligation: 16 2, 137 | the same time a certain fittingness between ~them. Wherefore 17 2, 166 | standpoint. First, in respect of fittingness to the person; secondly, 18 2, 166 | secondly, in ~respect of fittingness to externals, whether persons, 19 3, 4 | is the foundation of the fittingness of the ~Incarnation of the 20 3, 6 | beauty, which makes a woman's fittingness ~for the marriage tie, yet 21 3, 27 | there seems to be a certain fittingness in both of these being sanctified ~ 22 3, 46 | from all sins; but as to fittingness, it ~sufficed that He should 23 3, 48 | brought forward above all the fittingness of ~Christ's Passion (Q[ 24 3, 51 | and partly day, from its ~fittingness with both.~Aquin.: SMT TP 25 3, 57 | acquire ~something as to the fittingness of place, which pertains 26 3, 57 | merely out of a certain ~fittingness. Now this in a measure belonged 27 3, 57 | certain kind of joy from such fittingness, not indeed that He then 28 3, 57 | Consequently, owing to this very fittingness, a higher place is due ~ 29 3, 80 | movements, then from a ~sense of fittingness they hinder the receiving 30 Suppl, 14| in the giver by reason of fittingness, wherefore it is ~called 31 Suppl, 53| answer that, By a certain fittingness the very nature of holy 32 Suppl, 54| Moreover there is a certain fittingness in the restriction of ~the 33 Suppl, 69| that there is a certain ~fittingness by way of congruity of spiritual


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