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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sources

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | eternity is known from two sources: first, because what is 2 1, 11 | be shown from these three sources that God is one. ~First 3 1, 18 | that the operations ~become sources of pleasure. Thus, as by 4 1, 24 | one is directed from two sources; ~namely, from predestination, 5 1, 39 | from creatures which are sources of knowledge to us, such 6 1, 62 | this can be drawn from two ~sources. First of all, on the part 7 1, 39 | from creatures which are sources of knowledge to us, such 8 1, 63 | this can be drawn from two ~sources. First of all, on the part 9 1, 95 | to receive from ~exterior sources more or less advantage and 10 1, 96 | is caused from extraneous sources, being added to the humor 11 1, 101 | there mentioned have visible sources ~elsewhere, as is clear 12 1, 101 | and that the rivers, whose sources ~are said to be known, flowed 13 1, 104 | the same time from two ~sources; as neither can one and 14 1, 112 | external ~works, which are sources of strength or weakness 15 2, 33 | pleasures arising from other sources are ~impediments to activity." 16 2, 24 | future good, all of which are sources of pleasure. Likewise they 17 2, 63 | springs in us from other sources, ~and chiefly from an incontinent 18 2, 130 | reckoned among the special sources of vice, known as the ~capital 19 3, 46 | First of all, from the sources of His pain. For the cause 20 3, 48 | by way of merit. For the sources of our sufferings are not ~ 21 Suppl, 11| what he knows through other sources ~besides?~Aquin.: SMT XP 22 Suppl, 29| the remedy to the various sources of the wounds. Hence several 23 Suppl, 54| and affinity might be the ~sources of a wider natural friendship; 24 Suppl, 56| contracted from many other sources besides Baptism and Confirmation.~ 25 Suppl, 71| suffrages may be gauged from two sources. For their value is ~derived 26 Suppl, 71| receives assistance from more ~sources than the other, he does 27 Suppl, 76| opinion arises from two false sources. The first of these is that ~ 28 Suppl, 76| brutish actions. But these two sources are refuted by the Philosopher ( 29 Suppl, 94| many ways and from many sources.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[


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