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reside 31
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31 reside
31 retaining
31 sad
31 si
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reside

   Part, Question
1 1, 16 | seems that truth does not reside only in the intellect, but ~ 2 1, 16 | The true and the ~false reside not in things, but in the 3 1, 16 | seems that truth does not reside only in the intellect ~composing 4 1, 16 | Therefore truth does not reside only in the intellect ~composing 5 1, 16 | Therefore truth does not reside only in the intellect composing 6 1, 21 | magnificence; and these ~reside not in the sensitive faculty, 7 1, 59 | some virtues are said to reside in the irascible ~appetite 8 1, 59 | daring and fear, which reside in the irascible part. Consequently ~ 9 1, 69 | where the seminal ~power may reside, whether in root, stem, 10 1, 60 | some virtues are said to reside in the irascible ~appetite 11 1, 60 | daring and fear, which reside in the irascible part. Consequently ~ 12 1, 70 | where the seminal ~power may reside, whether in root, stem, 13 1, 77 | powers, in which the virtues reside. And since the knowledge ~ 14 1, 94 | appetite, wherein the passions reside, is not ~entirely subject 15 2, 53 | incorruptible ~subject, reside nevertheless secondarily 16 2, 57 | which, according to him, reside in the scientific part of 17 2, 65 | that "the virtues that reside in the ~human mind are quite 18 2, 68 | prophecy does not always reside in the prophets," as ~Gregory 19 2, 4 | power of the soul does it reside? ~(3) Whether its form is 20 2, 4 | seem that faith does not reside in the intellect. For ~Augustine 21 2, 4 | Therefore faith does not reside in the intellect.~Aquin.: 22 2, 4 | Therefore faith does not reside in the intellect.~Aquin.: 23 2, 4 | of that act, must needs reside in the intellect.~Aquin.: 24 2, 10 | consequently, it does ~not reside in the intellect.~Aquin.: 25 2, 33 | tendency to wander, ~if it reside in the mind itself that 26 2, 45 | 8), prudence does not ~reside in the external senses whereby 27 2, 127 | together, since their habits reside together in the soul, ~either 28 2, 149 | 1: Chastity does indeed reside in the soul as its subject, ~ 29 2, 153 | Hence continence must needs ~reside in that power of the soul, 30 2, 160 | vice?~(3) Wherein does it reside as in its subject?~(4) Of 31 Suppl, 37| but the whole power should reside in one person; and ~consequently


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