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covers 11
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covet 28
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28 constituting
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28 cyril
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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covet

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | of a lower order can ever covet the grade of a higher nature; ~ 2 1, 63 | higher; and still more to covet equality with God.~Aquin.: 3 1, 64 | of a lower order can ever covet the grade of a higher nature; ~ 4 1, 64 | higher; and still more to covet equality with God.~Aquin.: 5 2, 27 | attaining the position they covet.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[27] A[ 6 2, 98 | commandment, "Thou ~shalt not covet thy neighbor's goods" (Ex. 7 2, 100| not say: 'Thou shalt not covet.'" Hence it ~seems that 8 2, 100| precept, "Thou shalt not covet," is one precept; and, ~ 9 2, 100| the sixth, "Thou shalt not covet."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 10 2, 100| one ~precept. Likewise to covet another's wife, for the 11 2, 100| of the flesh; whereas, to covet ~other things, which are 12 2, 100| is said, "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's ~goods," 13 2, 100| goods," and, "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife." Therefore 14 2, 100| is said, ~"Thou shalt not covet." Therefore the decalogue 15 2, 100| words, "Thou shalt ~not covet."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 16 2, 22 | commandment," and "Thou shalt not covet," "a general ~prohibition." 17 2, 53 | of the flesh," because we covet the ~external things of 18 2, 56 | or vice versa, a man may covet another's property ~without 19 2, 116| 20:17): "Thou shalt not covet thy ~neighbor's goods." 20 2, 116| that if it is forbidden ~to covet another's possessions it 21 2, 116| it is also forbidden to covet those things ~that can be 22 2, 129| good as well as the ~wicked covet honors for themselves, but 23 2, 160| as vainglory, since both ~covet excellence. Now vainglory 24 2, 161| our first ~parents did not covet, since such a likeness to 25 2, 161| OBJ 2: It is not a sin to covet God's likeness as to knowledge, ~ 26 2, 161| knowledge, ~absolutely; but to covet this likeness inordinately, 27 2, 185| unbeliever: and you must not covet ~that which belongs to another 28 3, 36 | She preventeth them that covet her, so that she first showeth ~


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