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synaxis 2
syncategorematical 3
synchronizes 1
synderesis 26
synecdoche 4
syneresis 1
synesis 42
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26 stubble
26 surely
26 surpassed
26 synderesis
26 total
26 transformation
26 tribes
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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synderesis

   Part, Question
1 1, 78| distinct powers?~(12) Whether "synderesis" is a power of the intellectual 2 1, 78| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether synderesis is a special power of the 3 1, 78| OBJ 1: It would seem that "synderesis" is a special power, distinct 4 1, 78| of Jerome on Ezech. 1:6, "synderesis" is ~divided against the 5 1, 78| are powers. Therefore "synderesis" is a power.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 78| of the same genus. But "synderesis" ~and sensuality seem to 7 1, 78| to one another because "synderesis" ~always incites to good; 8 1, 78| seems, therefore, that 'synderesis' is a power just as ~sensuality 9 1, 78| And this is what we call synderesis. Since, therefore, ~the 10 1, 78| xii, 2), it seems that ~"synderesis" is the same as reason: 11 1, 78| regard opposite things." But "synderesis" does not ~regard opposites, 12 1, 78| to good only. Therefore "synderesis" is ~not a power. For if 13 1, 78| Para. 1/1~I answer that, "Synderesis" is not a power but a habit; 14 1, 78| natural habit, which we call ~"synderesis." Whence "synderesis" is 15 1, 78| call ~"synderesis." Whence "synderesis" is said to incite to good, 16 1, 78| is therefore clear ~that "synderesis" is not a power, but a natural 17 1, 78| reason as to a power, and to "synderesis" as to a habit. Wherefore 18 1, 78| both by our reason and by "synderesis."~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] 19 1, 78| natural habit - namely, 'synderesis': thus Jerome calls ~'synderesis' 20 1, 78| synderesis': thus Jerome calls ~'synderesis' conscience (Gloss. Ezech. 21 1, 78| principles, which is ~called "synderesis." And for this special reason, 22 2, 94| that the ~conscience or "synderesis is the law of our mind"; 23 2, 94| the natural law. But the "synderesis" is a habit, as was shown 24 2, 94| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: "Synderesis" is said to be the law of 25 2, 45| reason known by the name of "synderesis" appoints ~the end to moral 26 2, 45| virtues, and moves them: yet "synderesis" ~moves prudence, just as


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