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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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springs

   Part, Question
1 2, 48 | hence the saying ~that "love springs from the liver," because 2 2, 87 | Further, human justice springs from Divine justice. Now, ~ 3 2, 109 | since the lustre of grace springs from the shedding of Divine ~ 4 2, 110 | since the ~creature's good springs from the Divine will, some 5 2, 110 | 2: Further, "Man's merit springs from grace" as Augustine 6 2, 112 | experimental ~knowledge which springs from deeds of which we are 7 2, 113 | the same act ~of free-will springs from different virtues, 8 2, 114 | work, and inasmuch as it springs from the free-will, there 9 2, 34 | to one another that one springs from the other. For the ~ 10 2, 63 | importunate, for the seed springs in us from other sources, ~ 11 3, 2 | perfects it, so that one nature springs ~from the two as from act 12 3, 2 | that the "otherness" which springs from accidental difference 13 3, 2 | account of its nature, which springs from its form, and in composite ~ 14 3, 6 | a union of nature, which springs from a conjunction of ~parts.~ 15 3, 8 | is contrary to evil and springs from divers defects, as 16 3, 9 | cause. For such knowledge ~springs from Christ's active intellect, 17 3, 18 | beatitude; and sometimes springs from free-will and is neither 18 3, 18 | contrariety of ~movements springs from contrariety of termini, 19 3, 18 | wishes the contrary. For this springs from the ~weakness of the 20 3, 19 | the unity of hypostasis ~springs the numerical unity as regards 21 3, 19 | humanity, ~nor that which springs from a diversity of time, 22 3, 26 | Blessed Virgin . . . . . springs from Adam materially and 23 3, 26 | Blessed ~Lord . . . . . springs from Adam materially, not 24 3, 46 | from which the entire ~rood springs, denotes the depth of gratuitous 25 3, 60 | since all ~our knowledge springs from the senses) by its 26 3, 74 | flows into the chalice, and springs forth unto everlasting life."~ 27 3, 80 | the humility of reverence ~springs from fear. Consequently, 28 3, 85 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: An act springs from charity in two ways: 29 3, 85 | to it. Secondly, an act springs from charity, being, ~so 30 3, 86 | My eyes have sent ~forth springs of water"), says that "the 31 Suppl, 52| natural law; and positive law springs from ~the natural law, as


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