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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contemplating

   Part, Question
1 1, 58 | devout ~contemplation." Now a contemplating intellect is not in potentiality, 2 1, 58 | things themselves; as God by contemplating ~Himself sees that being 3 1, 59 | devout ~contemplation." Now a contemplating intellect is not in potentiality, 4 1, 59 | things themselves; as God by contemplating ~Himself sees that being 5 1, 106 | angels ~speak to God, when by contemplating what is above themselves 6 2, 3 | feasts of the angels by ~contemplating them. Therefore it seems 7 2, 3 | final happiness ~consists in contemplating the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 3 | human ~intellect consists in contemplating the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 3 | feasts of the angels, by ~contemplating not only the angels, but, 10 2, 4 | wisdom, which consists in ~contemplating God. Consequently nothing 11 2, 31 | man to take pleasure in contemplating the ~truth and in doing 12 2, 33 | when one takes pleasure in ~contemplating or in reasoning: and such 13 2, 35 | pleasure is taken not in contemplating but in the ~thing contemplated. 14 2, 35 | pleasure in the ~very act of contemplating. And thus, according to 15 2, 38 | Whether it is assuaged by contemplating the truth?~(5) Whether it 16 2, 61 | virtues. Thus prudence, by contemplating the things of God, ~counts 17 2, 74 | higher reason is intent on contemplating and ~consulting the eternal 18 2, 74 | higher reason ~"is intent on contemplating or consulting the eternal 19 2, 8 | understanding, ~adheres by contemplating and consulting it, as Augustine 20 2, 9 | considering creatures, but in contemplating God. But man's beatitude 21 2, 18 | ceasing, ~tremble while contemplating: but their awe, lest it 22 2, 178 | phantasms themselves, but in our contemplating in them the purity of the ~ 23 2, 182 | being ~wrapped in," i.e. contemplating, "indivisible things, unites 24 2, 186 | established for the purpose of ~contemplating and of giving to others 25 3, 15 | the ~perfect enjoyment of contemplating God, Whom He saw in essence, 26 3, 21 | God, since He was always ~contemplating Him as existing above Himself.~ 27 Suppl, 40| temporal ~occupations from contemplating Divine things, and from 28 Suppl, 79| the contemplative power in contemplating God. ~Therefore the soul 29 Suppl, 79| perceiving ~sensibles, or to contemplating or doing anything else will


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