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qualification 21
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21 promulgated
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21 provision
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21 quarrels
21 quick
21 reconciliation
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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qualification

   Part, Question
1 1, 59 | through the addition of some ~qualification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 2 1, 60 | through the addition of some ~qualification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 3 1, 78 | must we say, ~without any qualification, that a power, by which 4 2, 26 | ways, first so that the qualification "wholly" ~be referred to 5 2, 131| is ignorance of one's own qualification, and on the part of the 6 3, 16 | the ~Father"; but with a qualification, viz. "in His human nature." 7 3, 16 | whole simply, i.e. without qualification, for ~we do not say that 8 3, 16 | teeth; but we say without qualification that he is curly, since 9 3, 16 | however take as understood the qualification, "as man."~Aquin.: SMT TP 10 3, 16 | be predicated without a ~qualification. Hence he afterwards adds ( 11 3, 16 | we may not say without ~qualification, "Christ is incorporeal" 12 3, 16 | but we must say, with a qualification, that Christ was ~incorporeal 13 3, 16 | be made use of without ~qualification; in order to avoid the heresy 14 3, 20 | human nature, whether this qualification be added ~or not, as stated 15 3, 20 | human nature, even ~if this qualification be not added; and yet it 16 3, 20 | it is better to add this ~qualification in order to avoid the error 17 3, 20 | attributed to Him ~with a qualification; so that we say that Christ 18 3, 20 | attributed ~to Him with the qualification, in His human nature.~Aquin.: 19 3, 22 | priesthood but with this qualification - in ~regard to the passibility 20 3, 24 | predestinated the Son of ~God," this qualification, "as Man," can be referred 21 3, 50 | death simply and without ~qualification, is erroneous. Yet it can


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