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well 534
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well-being 31
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31 thrones
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30 accustomed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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well-being

   Part, Question
1 2, 4 | Secondly, as necessary for ~its well-being: thus, beauty of body and 2 2, 4 | friends conduces to the well-being of Happiness. Hence ~Augustine 3 2, 10 | which regard the natural well-being; all of which are included 4 2, 27 | causes love of friendship or ~well-being. For the very fact that 5 2, 28 | apprehend it as belonging to our well-being. In ~like manner when a 6 2, 35 | sudden ~corruption of the well-being of that thing which the 7 2, 35 | For we love the natural well-being of the body ~more than the 8 2, 35 | which are contrary to the well-being of the ~body. Thirdly, on 9 2, 35 | cause repugnant to the ~well-being of the body in which is 10 2, 37 | passions conduce to the well-being ~of the body; though, if 11 2, 100 | matters, which pertain ~to the well-being of perfect virtue, come 12 2, 105 | pertaining to the ~general well-being of the people. Therefore 13 2, 107 | Pharisees were concerned for the well-being of animals even on the ~ 14 2, 18 | fear of forfeiting ~the well-being of his body, since external 15 2, 27 | whereby a man rejoices in the well-being of his friend, ~though he 16 2, 28 | directly to our neighbor's well-being, according to Heb. ~13:16: " 17 2, 48 | which is conducive to their well-being, but also with the ~irascible 18 2, 120 | things pertaining to the well-being of ~the body, according 19 2, 120 | preservation of one's own bodily ~well-being does not profane the Sabbath: 20 2, 120 | is directed to the bodily well-being of another is not ~contrary 21 2, 140 | are necessary for man's well-being, ~as regards the preservation 22 2, 145 | night-watchings before the well-being of his senses."~Aquin.: 23 2, 152 | that "what food is ~to the well-being of the body, such is sexual 24 3, 57 | which pertains to the ~well-being of glory: not that His body 25 Suppl, 3 | subject, and ~of that general well-being which suffices for the fulfillment 26 Suppl, 9 | some are requisite for its well-being. Now those things which 27 Suppl, 9 | A[4] Body Para. 5/5~The well-being of confession requires that 28 Suppl, 9 | but is a condition of ~its well-being.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[4] 29 Suppl, 29| words which pertain to the ~well-being thereof, are not said by 30 Suppl, 48| sacrament belongs to the ~well-being and not to the essence of 31 Suppl, 93| Hence they regard the well-being of beatitude and a certain


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