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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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acceptation

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | different sense according to the acceptation of our intellect, which ~ 2 1, 82 | reason; secondly, by the ~acceptation of the appetite: whence 3 1, 82 | understanding" implies the simple acceptation of something; whence we ~ 4 2, 3 | the end has a twofold ~acceptation. First, as to the thing 5 2, 22 | passion in ~its most proper acceptation. For a thing is said to 6 2, 31 | sensible" in its wide acceptation for any kind of perception. 7 2, 9 | knowledge in the generic acceptation of ~the term: it is not 8 2, 29 | beneficence in its general ~acceptation is an act of friendship 9 2, 56 | Accordingly justice in its ~proper acceptation can be directed to another 10 2, 57 | in its direct and formal ~acceptation, not in its material and 11 2, 57 | its material and indirect acceptation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 12 2, 116 | good, not in its special acceptation for covetousness: because ~ 13 2, 118 | of justice in its general acceptation, and is condivided with ~ 14 2, 123 | OBJ 1: Fear in its generic acceptation denotes avoidance in ~general. 15 2, 123 | inordinate fear in its generic ~acceptation, which can be opposed to 16 2, 139 | temperance" has a ~twofold acceptation. First, in accordance with 17 2, 160 | appetite, but also in its wider acceptation, as ~applicable to the intellective 18 2, 170 | in its proper and ~simple acceptation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 19 3, 1 | imperfectly - i.e. in the ~acceptation of him who is content with 20 3, 16 | proposition, but not in the proper acceptation of the terms. Thus the ~ 21 3, 77 | bread taken in the first acceptation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 22 Suppl, 14| equivalence but rather on God's acceptation: so that, although the ~ 23 Suppl, 14| impossible both as to the Divine ~acceptation and as to equivalence: so 24 Suppl, 72| according to the second ~acceptation, so as to denote all the 25 Suppl, 93| according to the proper acceptation as we are ~speaking of it 26 Suppl, 93| consequently a crown in its proper ~acceptation. But if we consider the


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