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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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defines

   Part, Question
1 1, 16 | could know it. ~Therefore he defines truth thus: "That is true 2 1, 29 | and in this way Boethius defines person.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 3 1, 29 | movement. In this sense he defines "nature" ~(Phys. ii, 3). 4 1, 84 | save potentially. Euclid defines a ~finite straight line: 5 1, 87 | substances; for Damascene defines an angel ~(De Fide Orth. 6 1, 115 | Boethius (De ~Consol. iv) defines fate thus: "Fate is a disposition 7 2, 49 | Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 25) defines habit, a "disposition ~whereby 8 2, 71 | Augustine (De Lib. Arb. i) defines sin in reference to the 9 2, 71 | that ~Augustine sometimes defines sin in reference to the 10 2, 71 | reason. Hence ~Augustine defines sin with reference to its 11 2, 28 | by peace which Augustine defines (De Civ. Dei xix, ~13) " 12 2, 36 | Gloss. ~Ord. in Rom. i, 29] defines contention: "Contention 13 2, 56 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 1) defines justice by an act of the ~ 14 2, 126 | same as assurance, for he defines it as "strength of soul ~ 15 2, 166 | Nevertheless he ~names and defines it thus in respect of its 16 3, 2 | nature." And thus Boethius defines nature (De Duab. Nat.): ~" 17 Suppl, 1 | another definition which defines contrition, only as an act 18 Suppl, 1 | of the word "punishes" ~defines the definition to a special 19 Suppl, 7 | Whether Augustine fittingly defines confession?~(2) Whether 20 Suppl, 7 | Whether Augustine fittingly defines confession?~Aquin.: SMT 21 Suppl, 7 | would seem that Augustine defines confession unfittingly, 22 Suppl, 12| Augustine (Cf. OBJ[1]) defines it. Now preservation from 23 Suppl, 12| the past. Hence Augustine defines ~satisfaction from this 24 Suppl, 65| nature: ~and thus Tully defines it (De Inv. Rhet. ii) when 25 Suppl, 79| and thus the Damascene defines ~passion (De Fide Orth.


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