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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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weaker

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | this ~is beyond one of a weaker intellect, for he needs 2 1, 88 | man, for those who are of weaker ~intellect fail to acquire 3 1, 112 | a strong guard makes a weaker one superfluous. But men ~ 4 2, 29 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the weaker is overcome by the stronger. 5 2, 44 | above (Q[43], A[2]): and the weaker a power is, the ~fewer the 6 2, 48 | course of time anger grows weaker; for the Philosopher says ( 7 2, 77 | stronger is not overcome by the weaker. ~Now knowledge, on account 8 2, 35 | more disunited it is the weaker it ~becomes" (De Causis 9 2, 84 | shouldst ~thou plunder one weaker than thyself and give some 10 2, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the weaker is wont to be confirmed 11 2, 121 | with a stronger than with a weaker. Secondly, because he that ~ 12 2, 121 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the weaker is overcome by the stronger. 13 2, 121 | assistance of something weaker and more imperfect. ~Now 14 2, 121 | ready is he to oppress the weaker."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 15 2, 140 | vice, and to succumb to a weaker force, is the proof of a ~ 16 2, 158 | passions, and modesty ~about weaker passions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 17 2, 163 | both because the woman was weaker ~than the man, and consequently 18 2, 184 | this is no reason why any weaker person should presume to 19 2, 185 | be borne with as ~being weaker than others, but even to 20 3, 1 | on when reverence ~grew weaker, He gave the law to Moses 21 3, 15 | virtues are in any man, the weaker the "fomes" of sin becomes 22 3, 69 | stronger is not removed by the weaker. ~Therefore the sin of insincerity 23 Suppl, 53| takes ~precedence of the weaker. Now a vow is a stronger 24 Suppl, 53| stronger prejudices the weaker. Now a spiritual obligation 25 Suppl, 59| firmer tie always looses the weaker if it is ~contrary to it, 26 Suppl, 79| stronger is not passive to the weaker. But no body will be ~stronger 27 Suppl, 79| a distance more ~than a weaker sight; because the greater


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