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artificial 33
artificially 4
artisan 7
artist 24
artistic 1
artistically 2
artless 1
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24 archdeacons
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24 attire
24 awarded
24 baptizes
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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artist

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | proceed from the wisdom of the artist. And so in the same ~way, 2 1, 21 | just as the work of an artist ~is said to be true, when 3 1, 33 | conceived in the mind of the artist is first understood to proceed ~ 4 1, 33 | understood to proceed ~from the artist before the thing designed, 5 1, 33 | the word conceived in the artist's mind; so the Son proceeds 6 1, 74 | the art in the mind of the artist, which may be called his ~ 7 1, 74 | even as the love of the artist moves over the materials 8 1, 74 | in His works, as of an ~artist in his art: not as though 9 1, 73 | the art in the mind of the artist, which may be called his ~ 10 1, 73 | even as the love of the artist moves over the materials 11 1, 73 | in His works, as of an ~artist in his art: not as though 12 1, 90 | works of art. Now every artist intends to give to ~his 13 1, 90 | entails some defect, the ~artist cares not: thus, for instance, 14 1, 92 | species in the mind of ~the artist. Thus every creature is 15 2, 21 | wrong ~medicine." But the artist is not blamed for making 16 2, 21 | something bad: because ~the artist's work is such, that he 17 2, 21 | particular end intended by the artist: and this sin will be proper 18 2, 21 | art; for instance, if an artist produce a bad thing, while 19 2, 21 | sin is not proper to the artist as such, but as man. Consequently ~ 20 2, 21 | for the former sin the artist is blamed as an artist; 21 2, 21 | the artist is blamed as an artist; while for the ~latter he 22 2, 110| Pseudo-Bede, Sent. Phil. ex Artist] says, the ~"being of an 23 2, 92 | Wis. 13:11-17): "If an artist, a carpenter, hath cut ~ 24 3, 78 | ultimate effect, on which the artist's intention ~is fixed ;.


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