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canticles 10
cap 200
capabilities 2
capability 24
capable 201
capacious 1
capacities 3
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24 awarded
24 baptizes
24 bestowal
24 capability
24 cares
24 check
24 commonwealth
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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capability

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | essential accidents (as the capability of laughing is an essential ~ 2 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, capability of sinning is common alike 3 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, capability of sinning is common alike 4 2, 4 | yet it is raised above the capability of the ~attainer, so that 5 2, 109 | life, which exceed the ~capability of nature. Secondly, man 6 2, 111 | bestowed on a man beyond the ~capability of nature, and beyond the 7 2, 111 | granting outwardly the ~capability of operating, it is with 8 2, 111 | Body Para. 4/4~But the capability of speaking can regard either 9 2, 112 | of grace surpasses ~every capability of created nature, since 10 2, 16 | although, as compared ~with the capability of the man who hopes, other 11 2, 16 | either presumes above his capability, or despairs of ~things 12 2, 159 | in respect of one's own capability, so ~as to refer all one' 13 3, 1 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: A double capability may be remarked in human 14 3, 1 | according to its natural capability; the ~other in respect to 15 3, 1 | implicitly obey; and the capability we speak of pertains to 16 3, 2 | this is ~above its natural capability. Moreover, human nature 17 3, 4 | Divine Person, and this capability cannot be taken with ~reference 18 3, 4 | the creature, which has no capability for ~this.~Aquin.: SMT TP 19 3, 15 | was not passible; for its ~capability of suffering would have 20 3, 43 | which surpassed the entire capability of created power, and ~therefore 21 3, 77 | remains there too, and ~the capability of sound as a consequence.~ 22 Suppl, 4 | the Blessed excludes all ~capability of sorrow from them: wherefore, 23 Appen1, 1| because they will lack the capability of suffering; hence ~impassibility 24 Appen1, 1| are proportionate to our ~capability; and we grieve if we fail


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