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flexible 7
flies 19
flieth 2
flight 30
fling 1
flits 1
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30 dulness
30 enjoys
30 fitted
30 flight
30 foretell
30 forfeit
30 forgotten
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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flight

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | loves the ~soldier who after flight returns and bravely pursues 2 1, 90 | smell, and birds a swifter flight. ~Therefore man's body was 3 2, 29 | he desires pleasure." But flight from pain pertains to hatred; 4 2, 29 | self-preservation, to which corresponds ~flight from pain. Wherefore we 5 2, 35 | consists in a ~certain "flight of the appetite." Wherefore 6 2, 35 | part only, by ~excluding flight: and thus we have "anxiety" 7 2, 35 | since there is neither flight, nor is the effect in the ~ 8 2, 36 | appetite, sorrow is a kind ~of flight or withdrawal, while pleasure 9 2, 37 | appetite a movement of ~flight or contraction, are repugnant 10 2, 40 | For they who despair of flight, strive less to ~fly, but 11 2, 41 | Metaphysics. But fear leads to ~flight rather than to search. Therefore 12 2, 42 | Further, fear is a kind of flight. But nothing flies from 13 2, 42 | or that it is the same flight in both cases.~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 102 | account of their lofty flight, while befitting the perfection 15 2, 105 | since their timidity and flight might cause others to be 16 2, 112 | in the sense that man's flight to God is by a ~Divine motion, 17 2, 113 | outpouring; fear is the soul's flight; ~your soul goes forward 18 2, 33 | is not ~to be evaded by flight but to be conquered by resistance." 19 2, 33 | be overcome, sometimes by flight, sometimes by resistance; 20 2, 33 | sometimes by resistance; by flight when ~a continued thought 21 2, 67 | condemned, so does he by flight. Now it is lawful seemingly ~ 22 2, 67 | seemingly ~to escape death by flight, according to Ecclus. 9: 23 2, 95 | when he had the means of ~flight." The Blessed Agatha had 24 2, 134 | which of itself evokes flight which fortitude avoids; 25 2, 139 | chiefly in respect of its flight: because, when a man ~flies 26 2, 139 | viz. fear, which ~regards flight from bodily evils, and consequently 27 2, 140 | instance to save himself by flight. Now that which is more 28 3, 72 | bearing salvation in ~His flight, bestows at the font, the 29 3, 79 | yet He is not put to flight by venial sins. Therefore 30 Suppl, 69| some ~debt, for which its flight must needs be delayed until


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