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soliloq 17
soliloquies 1
solitaries 3
solitary 31
solitude 28
solomon 33
solstice 2
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31 sad
31 si
31 social
31 solitary
31 springs
31 starry
31 strangers
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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solitary

   Part, Question
1 1, 31 | difference." The word "solitary" is also to be avoided, 2 1, 31 | We ~confess neither a solitary nor a diverse God."~Aquin.: 3 1, 31 | would follow that God was solitary, against what is above ~ 4 1, 31 | not mean ~that Socrates is solitary, but that he has no companion 5 1, 31 | God, He ~would be alone or solitary. For solitude is not removed 6 1, 31 | Likewise, God would be alone or solitary, though angels and men ~ 7 2, 72 | if man were by nature a solitary animal, this twofold order 8 2, 95 | than by considering one solitary fact. Thirdly, ~because 9 2, 33 | sloth is well known to the solitary, and is a most vexatious 10 2, 170| before']" Eliseus, leading a solitary life, as it were, ~lest 11 2, 184| since some religious lead a solitary life, and have no ~superior 12 2, 186| called, a ~monk," i.e. a solitary, "what business have you 13 2, 186| that of those who lead a solitary life?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 14 2, 186| that of those who lead a solitary life. ~For it is written ( 15 2, 186| that ~of those who lead a solitary life.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 16 2, 186| Now those who lead a ~solitary life are seemingly in a 17 2, 186| would seem ~that to lead a solitary life is not more perfect 18 2, 186| be observed that what is solitary should be ~self-sufficing 19 2, 186| Far from ~condemning the solitary life, we have often commended 20 2, 186| Nevertheless, those who lead a solitary life are most ~useful to 21 2, 186| OBJ 5: A man may lead a solitary life for two motives. one 22 2, 187| he had ~passed from the solitary life, in which he was professed, 23 3, 37 | signifies ~chastity; and being a solitary animal, it signifies contemplation. 24 3, 37 | the turtle dove, being solitary, signifies the tears of 25 3, 40 | Christ should have led a solitary life, or have associated ~ 26 3, 40 | associated with men, or led a solitary life?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] 27 3, 40 | but should have led a solitary life. For it behooved Christ 28 3, 40 | Christ should have led a solitary life.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] 29 3, 40 | ought always to have led a ~solitary life.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] 30 3, 40 | hide Himself by leading a solitary life, but that He ~should 31 3, 40 | Christ should not lead a solitary life, but should ~associate


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