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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imitation

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | as they are able; and the imitation is here defective, precisely ~ 2 1, 9 | by way of some kind ~of imitation, as from the first effective 3 1, 15 | essence as capable of such imitation by any creature, He knows 4 1, 35 | Further, Image is derived from imitation, which implies "before" ~ 5 1, 35 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: Imitation in God does not signify 6 1, 44 | analogy ~of some kind of imitation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 7 1, 45 | analogy ~of some kind of imitation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] A[ 8 1, 92 | because it is produced as an imitation of something else; ~wherefore, 9 1, 92 | observe in man a certain imitation of God, consisting in the ~ 10 1, 92 | to the ~image of God by imitation of the Divine Nature does 11 2, 19 | agent: and this by way of imitation, not by way of equality.~ 12 2, 81 | understood as ~denoting imitation or suggestion, since it 13 2, 81 | in ~their origin, or by imitation, because every soul is God' 14 2, 87 | understood in reference ~to the imitation of sin, wherefore in Exodus 15 2, 102 | that this declaration, and imitation of Abraham's faith, ~might 16 2, 18 | by reason of a variable imitation of ~the Inimitable" - that 17 2, 32 | be a sin. But it is ~in imitation of God that we hate certain 18 2, 106 | transmitted to another, either by "imitation," as children copy the sins ~ 19 2, 122 | and ~again because in imitation of Christ he is dead to 20 2, 145 | both ~because it is kept in imitation of Christ, and because it 21 2, 150 | cleave to God more closely by imitation of ~the mind. The "new hymn" 22 2, 161 | The other is a likeness of imitation, such as is possible for 23 2, 179 | word ~and example to its imitation it begets a numerous offspring 24 2, 182 | ascend to Divine ~things in imitation of them. Hence, other things 25 2, 184 | consists chiefly in the imitation ~of Christ, according to 26 2, 185 | becomes religious to live in imitation of Christ. ~Now Christ was 27 3, 1 | that the Master by Whose imitation the human race ~was to be 28 Suppl, 57| sonship of adoption is an imitation of natural sonship. ~Wherefore 29 Suppl, 88| that movement, namely ~the imitation of the Divine goodness in


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