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assimilated 22
assimilates 3
assimilation 26
assist 63
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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assimilation

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Now since knowledge is by assimilation, and similarity relates ~ 2 1, 6 | it by way ~of a certain assimilation which is far removed and 3 1, 14 | knowledge also is a kind of ~assimilation to the object known; and 4 1, 26 | beati] by reason of the assimilation ~to His beatitude.~Aquin.: 5 1, 35 | posteriority, but only ~assimilation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 6 1, 41 | to a certain likeness ~of assimilation to Him Who is the true Son. 7 1, 50 | good, and this consists in ~assimilation to God Himself. And the 8 1, 50 | Himself. And the perfect assimilation of an effect to ~a cause 9 1, 57 | knowledge comes about by some assimilation of the ~knower to the object 10 1, 57 | is not possible for any assimilation ~to exist between an angel 11 1, 65 | separate forms, by a kind of assimilation, or as he calls it, ~"participation" ( 12 1, 76 | begotten according to the assimilation of ~the knower to the thing 13 1, 41 | to a certain likeness ~of assimilation to Him Who is the true Son. 14 1, 51 | good, and this consists in ~assimilation to God Himself. And the 15 1, 51 | Himself. And the perfect assimilation of an effect to ~a cause 16 1, 58 | knowledge comes about by some assimilation of the ~knower to the object 17 1, 58 | is not possible for any assimilation ~to exist between an angel 18 1, 66 | separate forms, by a kind of assimilation, or as he calls it, ~"participation" ( 19 1, 75 | begotten according to the assimilation of ~the knower to the thing 20 1, 84 | things by a process of ~assimilation to them. But composition 21 1, 102| participation ~thereof, and to an assimilation thereto, as far as is possible.~ 22 1, 102| but one effect, ~that is, assimilation to the supreme good. Secondly, 23 3, 3 | the Divine Nature, by an ~assimilation to Its goodness, according 24 3, 13 | since it may be had by assimilation of the knower to the thing ~ 25 3, 13 | knowledge a mere conformity or assimilation of the knower to the thing ~ 26 3, 79 | signify, therefore by way of assimilation it is said that ~in this


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