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15 sortilege
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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smith

   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | matter; as for instance ~one smith produces many knives distinct 2 1, 39 | thus we may say that a smith works "by" ~a hammer. Hence 3 1, 76 | one action, as when the smith strikes ~with one hammer, 4 1, 39 | thus we may say that a smith works "by" ~a hammer. Hence 5 1, 75 | one action, as when the smith strikes ~with one hammer, 6 1, 83 | through the senses"; for ~the smith does not seek knowledge 7 1, 83 | Now it is ~clear that a smith cannot judge perfectly of 8 2, 56 | good ~grammarian or a good smith. And for this reason science 9 2, 58 | its proper matter, ~as a smith without iron. Therefore 10 2, 85 | condition of matter. Thus, a smith in ~order to make a knife, 11 2, 121 | more imperfect than the smith. Moreover, Seneca was a 12 3, 19 | operation of fire, but not of a smith, except in so ~far as he 13 3, 78 | as when we say that ~the smith alone makes a knife we do 14 Suppl, 29| instruments, and the unity of a smith's work is not destroyed 15 Suppl, 94| by the forethought of the smith, according as the effect


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