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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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preferable

   Part, Question
1 1, 29 | of error, it was thought preferable to use "subsistence" for ~ 2 2, 21 | who sins voluntarily is preferable; but ~in prudence, as in 3 2, 66 | life. Therefore they are preferable to the ~intellectual virtues.~ 4 2, 66 | 1), "one ~knowledge is preferable to another, either because 5 2, 66 | higher and ~better object, is preferable to that which is more certain 6 2, 66 | can have through wisdom is preferable to all other knowledge.~ 7 2, 68 | things." Now a common good is preferable to particular goods. ~Therefore 8 2, 68 | virtues, the contemplative are preferable to the active, ~viz. wisdom, 9 2, 4 | art; ~to which faith is preferable in point of certitude, by 10 2, 30 | spiritual almsdeeds are preferable to corporal ~almsdeeds.~ 11 2, 120| concerning God, where negation is preferable to ~affirmation, on account 12 2, 122| xxxv) ~that "obedience is preferable to all sacrifices." Therefore 13 2, 122| integrity of chastity is preferable to the life of the ~body. 14 2, 150| If, then, virginity were preferable to conjugal continence, 15 2, 150| Therefore virginity is not preferable ~to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 150| holding virginity not to be preferable to marriage. ~This error 17 2, 150| the good of the soul is preferable to the good ~of the body, 18 2, 150| therefore virginity is ~preferable to conjugal continence.~ 19 2, 150| is consecrated to God is ~preferable to carnal fruitfulness. 20 2, 150| the monastic ~state, are preferable to virginity.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 150| about ~Divine things, are preferable to virginity. Moreover, 22 2, 180| merit of the active life is preferable to the merit of the ~contemplative 23 2, 183| the contemplative ~life is preferable to the active, as shown 24 2, 186| Hence a religious order is preferable to another, if it ~be directed 25 2, 187| advancement in good, which is ~preferable to absolution from punishment.~ 26 3, 80 | constantly urge us, are preferable to fear. ~Hence, too, when 27 3, 83 | this sacrament is of itself preferable to all ~ancient sacrifices,


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