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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | bodies, and this for three reasons. Firstly, because thereby 2 1, 10 | is time. Neither of these reasons, ~however, is sufficient; 3 1, 12 | effects of a ~cause and the reasons for those effects in the 4 1, 13 | seem to be untrue for three reasons. ~First because in neither 5 1, 13 | Third Objections. For these ~reasons proceed from the different 6 1, 13 | applied to God, for ~three reasons:~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 7 1, 16 | good, as appears from two ~reasons. First, because the true 8 1, 19 | sufficient explanation, for two reasons. ~First, because the effect 9 1, 32 | enforced by many and various reasons, that in the ~beginning 10 1, 32 | the faith brings forward reasons which are not ~cogent, he 11 1, 32 | that we stand upon such reasons, and that we believe on 12 1, 32 | like. In the second way, reasons avail to prove the Trinity; 13 1, 32 | assumed to be true, such reasons confirm it. We must not, 14 1, 32 | adequately proved by such reasons. This ~becomes evident when 15 1, 40 | cannot stand - for two reasons. Firstly, because, ~in order 16 1, 40 | this is impossible, for two reasons: first, because the relations ~ 17 1, 41 | Holy Ghost." For this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 42 | principle may be due to two reasons: one ~on the part of the 19 1, 46 | 2/2~Nor are Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, but 20 1, 46 | order to contradict the reasons of some of the ~ancients 21 1, 46 | Plato, and brings forward reasons to ~refute them. Secondly, 22 1, 46 | faith, should ~bring forward reasons that are not cogent, so 23 1, 47 | this cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because, as was 24 1, 47 | opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because it was ~ 25 1, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the reasons of all mysteries of grace 26 1, 57 | God's will. The Apostle reasons in this fashion (1 Cor. ~ 27 1, 66 | But they ~differ in the reasons on which they base their 28 1, 66 | the God of darkness. These reasons, however, are not very ~ 29 1, 67 | body, for three evident reasons. First, ~on the part of 30 1, 67 | cannot be the case ~for two reasons. First, because light gives 31 1, 67 | seems ~impossible for two reasons. First, because substantial 32 1, 67 | Moses, and give various reasons. Basil [*Hom. i in ~Hexaem.] 33 1, 67 | to be required, for two reasons, that the ~formlessness 34 1, 68 | shown to be false by solid reasons, it ~cannot be held to be 35 1, 70 | glory of God. Of ~these reasons only that which points out 36 1, 72 | through ~not seeing the reasons for their existence. For 37 1, 74 | the world. The above three reasons are given by ~Rabbi Moses [* 38 1, 74 | the eighth day. The three reasons assigned above are those 39 1, 75 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Solomon reasons thus in the person of the 40 1, 76 | however, absurd for many reasons. First, because the intellect 41 1, 76 | clear by three different reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 42 1, 40 | cannot stand - for two reasons. Firstly, because, ~in order 43 1, 40 | this is impossible, for two reasons: first, because the relations 44 1, 41 | Holy Ghost." For this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 42 | principle may be due to two reasons: one ~on the part of the 46 1, 47 | 2/2~Nor are Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, but 47 1, 47 | order to contradict the reasons of some of the ~ancients 48 1, 47 | Plato, and brings forward reasons to ~refute them. Secondly, 49 1, 47 | faith, should ~bring forward reasons that are not cogent, so 50 1, 48 | this cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because, as was 51 1, 48 | opinion cannot stand, for two reasons. First, because it was ~ 52 1, 58 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the reasons of all mysteries of grace 53 1, 58 | God's will. The Apostle reasons in this fashion (1 Cor. ~ 54 1, 67 | But they ~differ in the reasons on which they base their 55 1, 67 | the God of darkness. These reasons, however, are not very ~ 56 1, 68 | body, for three evident reasons. First, ~on the part of 57 1, 68 | cannot be the case ~for two reasons. First, because light gives 58 1, 68 | seems ~impossible for two reasons. First, because substantial 59 1, 68 | Moses, and give various reasons. Basil [*Hom. i in ~Hexaem.] 60 1, 68 | to be required, for two reasons, that the ~formlessness 61 1, 69 | shown to be false by solid reasons, it ~cannot be held to be 62 1, 71 | glory of God. Of ~these reasons only that which points out 63 1, 71 | through ~not seeing the reasons for their existence. For 64 1, 73 | the world. The above three reasons are given by ~Rabbi Moses [* 65 1, 73 | the eighth day. The three reasons assigned above are those 66 1, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Solomon reasons thus in the person of the 67 1, 75 | however, absurd for many reasons. First, because the intellect 68 1, 75 | clear by three different reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 69 1, 78 | Wherefore the higher and lower ~reasons are one and the same power. 70 1, 83 | shown to be false for two reasons. First, because, since ~ 71 1, 84 | manifestly false for two reasons. First, because the ~things 72 1, 90 | becoming to man for four reasons. ~First, because the senses 73 1, 92 | Reply OBJ 2 and 3: These reasons refer to the image consisting 74 1, 92 | imagination. For these ~reasons the procession of the Son 75 1, 93 | on account of both these reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 76 1, 95 | between man and ~man, for two reasons. First, because man is naturally 77 1, 112 | assigned to a man for two reasons: first, ~inasmuch as a man 78 1, 113 | for a time." There are two reasons for ~this. One is on the 79 1, 114 | constellations, come ~for two reasons. Firstly, in order to lead 80 2, 1 | things, as last ends. Three reasons may be assigned ~for this. 81 2, 1 | This is evident for two reasons. First, ~because whatever 82 2, 2 | power; and ~this for two reasons. First because power has 83 2, 2 | Para. 2/2~Now four general reasons may be given to prove that 84 2, 2 | the body; and this for two reasons. First, because, if a thing ~ 85 2, 3 | This is evident for three ~reasons. First because if man's 86 2, 5 | evidently false, for two reasons. First, from the ~general 87 2, 9 | this is ~evident for two reasons. First, because the will 88 2, 12 | the two. Now one of the reasons for which one thing is better ~ 89 2, 15 | eternal, but for ~temporal reasons, or even on account of some 90 2, 15 | according to the eternal reasons; but also because ~it fails 91 2, 15 | according to those same reasons.~ 92 2, 17 | in ~so far as the reason reasons about willing, and the will 93 2, 19 | so far as it counsels and reasons about the means: for in 94 2, 29 | stronger than love, for two ~reasons. First, because hatred is 95 2, 31 | more ~vehement, for three reasons. First, because sensible 96 2, 31 | senses are loved for two reasons: for the purpose of ~knowledge, 97 2, 35 | pleasure: and this for three reasons. First, on the part of the ~ 98 2, 38 | sorrow: and this for ~two reasons. First, because a hurtful 99 2, 39 | Because there are two reasons for which it may be right 100 2, 40 | cause of hope for three reasons, as the ~Philosopher states 101 2, 40 | ii, 12: and these three reasons may be ~gathered from the 102 2, 40 | intense: and this for two reasons. First, by reason of its 103 2, 41 | and for ~certain special reasons. Consequently there is no 104 2, 47 | reduced to these three. Two reasons may be ~assigned for this. 105 2, 47 | Reply OBJ 2: There are two reasons why anger ceases at the 106 2, 51 | power, according as ~it reasons about conclusions, has, 107 2, 51 | by God into man, for two reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[51] A[ 108 2, 57 | called a virtue for two reasons: first, because it confers 109 2, 59 | This is clear for three ~reasons. First, because a passion 110 2, 59 | mind of a wise man, for two reasons.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 111 2, 63 | touch, but for different reasons, as stated: wherefore their ~ 112 2, 65 | in saying. For this two ~reasons are given, corresponding 113 2, 66 | moral virtue; and for two reasons. First, because the ~theological 114 2, 69 | happiness may be in us for two reasons. First, by reason of our 115 2, 73 | things being equal. Three reasons may be assigned for this. 116 2, 73 | does not prove, for two reasons: first, ~because the murderer 117 2, 73 | is more excellent. Four reasons may be assigned for this. 118 2, 76 | from sin, and this for two reasons. First, on the part of the 119 2, 77 | the conclusion: but he reasons about another universal 120 2, 78 | through passion, for three reasons. First, because, as sin ~ 121 2, 82 | is one original sin. Two reasons may be ~assigned for this. 122 2, 84 | have ~certain fundamental reasons for moving the appetite; 123 2, 84 | respect ~of these fundamental reasons that the capital vices are 124 2, 89 | This is ~evident for two reasons. First, because the sensuality 125 2, 91 | law. And this for ~four reasons. First, because it is by 126 2, 91 | the natural law, for the ~reasons given above: but there is 127 2, 95 | judges": and ~this for three reasons. First, because it is easier 128 2, 97 | imprudent, ~if he ignores the reasons for granting dispensations. 129 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The reasons for the purely moral precepts 130 2, 102 | Osee 1:3. ~Accordingly the reasons for the ceremonial precepts 131 2, 102 | particular time: and these reasons are literal: ~whether they 132 2, 102 | worshipped God. ~Secondly, their reasons can be gathered from the 133 2, 102 | foreshadow Christ: and thus their reasons are ~figurative and mystical: 134 2, 102 | represents, therefore the reasons of the ~figurative sacrifices 135 2, 102 | worship of God, for two reasons. First, that through coming 136 2, 102 | aforesaid time; for three reasons assigned by Rabbi ~Moses. 137 2, 102 | Accordingly there are two reasons for this distinction. One ~ 138 2, 102 | Both literal and figurative reasons may be assigned for the ~ 139 2, 102 | figures." Consequently the reasons for these observances may 140 2, 102 | or ~vice versa, for two reasons. First, to avoid idolatrous 141 2, 103 | Reply OBJ 3: The literal reasons already given (Q[102]) for 142 2, 103 | worship ceased, and all the reasons referring thereto.~Aquin.: 143 2, 104 | we shall consider their ~reasons. Under the first head there 144 2, 105 | fault, but also for other reasons. First, on account of the ~ 145 2, 105 | excluded from fighting, for two reasons. ~First, because man is 146 2, 106 | 1/3~I answer that, Three reasons may be assigned why it was 147 2, 108 | grace. It is for these two ~reasons that the New Law is called " 148 2, 109 | supernatural good; but for two reasons, in the state of corrupt ~ 149 2, 109 | righteously, and this for two reasons: first, for the general 150 2, 1 | science is acquired by reasons. Now sacred writers ~employ 151 2, 1 | Now sacred writers ~employ reasons to inculcate things that 152 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The reasons employed by holy men to 153 2, 1 | faith, ~yet for different reasons. Because science is incompatible 154 2, 2 | bound to believe. But simple reasons are sometimes tested in 155 2, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether reasons in support of what we believe 156 2, 2 | OBJ 1: It would seem that reasons in support of what we believe 157 2, 2 | a thing ~is supported by reasons the less is it unseen. Therefore 158 2, 2 | unseen. Therefore human reasons in ~support of matters of 159 2, 2 | him to do so. Therefore reasons in ~support of faith diminish 160 2, 2 | unless he be ~moved by human reasons: and in this way human reason 161 2, 2 | authority. Secondly, human reasons may be consequent to the 162 2, 2 | takes to heart whatever reasons he can ~find in support 163 2, 2 | unless he be induced by reasons. But when a ~man has the 164 2, 2 | alone, although he may have reasons in demonstration of some 165 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The reasons which are brought forward 166 2, 2 | impossible; wherefore such reasons do not diminish the merit 167 2, 2 | hand, though demonstrative reasons in ~support of the preambles 168 2, 2 | faith on account of the reasons brought ~forward by philosophers 169 2, 10 | Para. 2/3~There are two reasons for this custom. One is 170 2, 22 | for He is good." Other reasons that inspire us with love 171 2, 24 | charity; and for three reasons. Two of these reasons refer 172 2, 24 | three reasons. Two of these reasons refer in a general ~way 173 2, 24 | an object of love for two reasons, either through being identified ~ 174 2, 25 | and because there are more reasons for loving them. ~Now intensity 175 2, 25 | greater where there are more reasons for ~loving. Now there are 176 2, 25 | loving. Now there are more reasons for love in the friendship 177 2, 25 | There are also several reasons for a man's love for his ~ 178 2, 25 | the blessed. Yet all these reasons are incomparably surpassed 179 2, 26 | friend, and this for two reasons. First, because it is possible 180 2, 30 | first place, ~for three reasons. First, because the offering 181 2, 31 | this correction, for three reasons. First because this ~previous 182 2, 31 | OBJ 3: There may be three reasons for citing witnesses. First, 183 2, 34 | pity, but for different reasons. For it ~is directly contrary 184 2, 35 | from both for ~different reasons, as stated.~Aquin.: SMT 185 2, 38 | bishop and a cleric, for two reasons. The first reason is a general 186 2, 38 | on ~a holy day, for the reasons given: wherefore this suffices 187 2, 43 | things acquired through human reasons. In ~such wisdom the saints 188 2, 45 | 5) that just as he who reasons well for the realization 189 2, 45 | namely warfare, so he that reasons well with ~regard to right 190 2, 45 | consequence ~his own good, for two reasons. First, because the individual 191 2, 47 | Reply OBJ 3: Rhetoric also reasons about practical matters, 192 2, 56 | other moral virtues for two reasons. The first ~reason may be 193 2, 62 | clerics to kill, for two reasons. ~First, because they are 194 2, 62 | kill oneself, for three ~reasons. First, because everything 195 2, 64 | to ~human life for three reasons. First because every man 196 2, 65 | first of all be asked their reasons, is to make it ~clear that 197 2, 68 | dignity: and ~this for three reasons. First because in that Church 198 2, 70 | and this ~chiefly for two reasons. First, for the good of 199 2, 81 | pray for the just for three reasons: First, because the ~prayers 200 2, 81 | such like prayers for three reasons. First, in order to ~excite 201 2, 82 | adorers; and this for three reasons. First, because the place 202 2, 84 | account of ~certain other reasons, as stated above.~Aquin.: 203 2, 84 | declared ~unlawful for three reasons. First, on account of the 204 2, 84 | feeble to the Lord." The same reasons avail still in the ~New 205 2, 86 | I answer that, For three reasons it is better and more meritorious 206 2, 87 | confirm such matters for two reasons. First, on account of ~man' 207 2, 87 | frivolous, but for ~urgent reasons, and with discretion; and 208 2, 87 | should not swear for trifling reasons." Nevertheless it is ~lawful 209 2, 93 | demons is unlawful for two ~reasons. The first is gathered from 210 2, 98 | buying and selling for three reasons. First, because a ~spiritual 211 2, 98 | for useful or necessary reasons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 212 2, 101 | in ~respect of the other reasons for which a man is loved. 213 2, 102 | virtues absolutely, for two reasons. ~First, because though 214 2, 102 | like manner there are two reasons, for which a subject may 215 2, 106 | another, and ~this for three reasons. First, because one man 216 2, 106 | is unable to ~grasp the reasons of these judgments so as 217 2, 108 | however, be excused for two reasons. First, if ~he has promised 218 2, 117 | covetousness, and this for three reasons. First, because ~covetousness 219 2, 121 | than aggression, for three ~reasons. First, because endurance 220 2, 134 | with patience, for two ~reasons. First, because patience, 221 2, 139 | way of excellence, for two reasons. First, in respect ~of the 222 2, 140 | said to be childish for two reasons. First, ~because it is becoming 223 2, 140 | sins, and this for ~three reasons. First, because the more 224 2, 140 | cowardice has, and this ~for two reasons. The first is because actions 225 2, 140 | most ~disgraceful for two reasons. First, because it is most 226 2, 142 | person's attestations for two reasons. First on account of the 227 2, 145 | Evang.) there are three reasons for the number. First, " 228 2, 145 | the Jews, nor for the same reasons. For they fasted in July, ~ 229 2, 147 | certain persons for ~two reasons. First, because they are 230 2, 150 | better than a virgin for two reasons. First, on the ~part of 231 2, 154 | incontinence is a sin for two reasons: first, because the ~incontinent 232 2, 154 | more difficult, for two reasons. The first is on the part 233 2, 154 | of ~anger. There are four reasons for this, and the Philosopher 234 2, 156 | anger, but for different reasons. For a "sullen" person has ~ 235 2, 156 | arise. Now there are two reasons for ~which many vices can 236 2, 161 | more grievously, ~for three reasons. First, because she was 237 2, 162 | of ~unhappiness for two reasons. First, to supply a deficiency 238 2, 176 | ascribed to faith for two ~reasons. First, because it is directed 239 2, 178 | life is continuous for two ~reasons: first, because it is about 240 2, 179 | truth and to unfold his reasons, is wont to be considered 241 2, 180 | Philosopher proves this by eight ~reasons (Ethic. x, 7,8). The first 242 2, 183 | episcopal ~state, for two reasons. First, because perfection 243 2, 183 | superior: and this for two reasons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 244 2, 183 | accepted charge for ~the reasons given above. Hence Innocent 245 2, 184 | of God, and this for two reasons. First, on account of its 246 2, 184 | vows, and this for three reasons.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 247 2, 185 | Boniface [*Boniface IV] for the reasons given above. His words which ~ 248 2, 185 | Consequently for these reasons religious are not bound 249 2, 185 | which is evident for two reasons. ~First, on account of the 250 2, 185 | from manual labor for two reasons: ~first, because it behooves 251 2, 185 | religious ought for the same reasons to refrain from ~living 252 2, 185 | There are moreover other reasons for which a ~person has 253 2, 187 | order to ~another for three reasons. First, through zeal for 254 3, 2 | hypostasis. ~Now this, for three reasons, is clearly erroneous. First, 255 3, 2 | for we say that this man reasons, ~and is risible, and is 256 3, 4 | race." And this for three reasons: First, because it would 257 3, 5 | 1~I answer that, By the reasons which proved that the body 258 3, 5 | opinion cannot hold, for three reasons. ~First, because it is counter 259 3, 5 | any use. ~Now two of these reasons imply a blasphemy against 260 3, 5 | as regards the other two ~reasons, in one the cause of the 261 3, 7 | grace in Christ for ~three reasons. First, on account of the 262 3, 9 | created knowledge, for three reasons. First, on account of the ~ 263 3, 14 | and especially for three ~reasons. First, because it was in 264 3, 15 | and of ~Christ, for two reasons: first, because the souls 265 3, 21 | sensuality cannot pray for two reasons; first because the movement 266 3, 22 | offer sacrifice for three reasons. First, for the ~remission 267 3, 24 | would be improper, for two ~reasons. First, for a general reason: 268 3, 27 | before animation, for two reasons. ~First, because the sanctification 269 3, 28 | 5~It is fitting for four reasons that Christ should be born 270 3, 28 | was befitting for three reasons. First, because this was 271 3, 28 | Now it is clear that for reasons already given (AA[1],2,3) 272 3, 29 | Christ Himself, for four reasons. ~First, lest He should 273 3, 29 | nuptial bond." These two reasons add strength to our faith.~ 274 3, 30 | God by an angel, for three reasons. First, ~that in this also 275 3, 31 | Mt. 1:1. There are ~many reasons for this. First to these 276 3, 32 | the Holy Ghost, for three ~reasons. First, because this is 277 3, 33 | was instantaneous, for two reasons. First, because of the infinite 278 3, 35 | born in Bethlehem for two reasons. ~First, because "He was 279 3, 36 | it is clear, for ~many reasons, that the star which appeared 280 3, 37 | answer that, For several reasons Christ ought to have been ~ 281 3, 37 | calumniating Him: for the same reasons He wished His ~Mother also 282 3, 38 | John to baptize, for four reasons: ~first, it was necessary 283 3, 38 | for a ~short time, for the reasons given above (A[1]). Therefore 284 3, 38 | 2~I answer that, For two reasons it behooved others besides 285 3, 38 | baptized, but also for other reasons, as stated above (A[1]). ~ 286 3, 39 | form of a dove, for four reasons. First, on account of the ~ 287 3, 39 | the form of fire, for ~two reasons. First, to show with what 288 3, 40 | crowd. We are told of three ~reasons for His doing this. First, 289 3, 40 | in this matter, for three reasons. First, the precept of the 290 3, 41 | conquered." He adds other ~reasons, saying that "Christ in 291 3, 43 | to work miracles for two reasons. First ~and principally, 292 3, 43 | mere fact ~that someone reasons about any particular proposition 293 3, 45 | brought forward for many reasons." And, first of all, "because 294 3, 46 | than Christ's body, for the reasons already stated. From all 295 3, 46 | while yet young, for three reasons. ~First of all, to commend 296 3, 46 | 3~Reply OBJ 2: For three reasons Christ suffered outside 297 3, 51 | our ~salvation, for the reasons alleged above (Q[51], A[ 298 3, 53 | to rise again, for five reasons. First ~of all; for the 299 3, 53 | doubtful. But Augustine's reasons ~seem to be much more cogent.~ 300 3, 54 | this is evident from three reasons. First of all, because His ~ 301 3, 54 | disciples, but for other ~reasons also. From these it seems 302 3, 55 | His disciples, for ~two reasons. First, because their hearts 303 3, 61 | man's salvation for three ~reasons. The first is taken from 304 3, 66 | washed with water for several reasons, ~the purpose for which 305 3, 66 | Para. 2/4 ~But for various reasons, according as the Church 306 3, 66 | the sacrament for three ~reasons. First, in order to arouse 307 3, 68 | There are, however, two reasons for forgoing this delay. 308 3, 69 | evidently false, ~for two reasons. First, because children, 309 3, 72 | forehead, with chrism, for two reasons. First, because he is signed 310 3, 75 | Para. 3/3~For these three reasons this conversion is instantaneous. 311 3, 77 | subject, on account of the reasons given above (Q[75]~, A[5]).~ 312 3, 80 | food or drink, for three reasons. ~First, as Augustine says ( 313 3, 80 | for this sacrament for the reasons given above. And therefore 314 3, 82 | to the priest for ~three reasons. First, because, as was 315 3, 83 | called a sacrifice ~for two reasons. First, because, as Augustine 316 3, 83 | sacrament; and this for two reasons: first, ~because we are 317 3, 87 | to God. ~Hence, for three reasons, certain things cause the 318 Suppl, 8 | may be necessary for two reasons to know the sheep by ~sight. 319 Suppl, 8 | punishment is required ~for two reasons, viz. to pay the debt, and 320 Suppl, 10| from punishment, for two reasons. First, from the power of ~ 321 Suppl, 11| answer that There are two reasons for which the priest is 322 Suppl, 18| R.O. 4 Para. 3/3~For these reasons others say that even in 323 Suppl, 21| excommunication may be unjust for two reasons. First, ~on the part of 324 Suppl, 24| such a man was for several reasons outside the ~Church so is 325 Suppl, 26| third; and this for two reasons. First, ~because, although 326 Suppl, 28| public and solemn for four ~reasons. First, so that a public 327 Suppl, 28| be repeated, for three ~reasons. First, lest frequency bring 328 Suppl, 28| is not becoming, for the ~reasons stated above.~Aquin.: SMT 329 Suppl, 29| is consecrated oil. Three reasons may be assigned why ~consecrated 330 Suppl, 29| this sacrament. Several reasons are assigned for this: first, 331 Suppl, 37| into the Church for ~three reasons. First to show forth the 332 Suppl, 41| in matrimony. These two reasons are given by the Philosopher ( 333 Suppl, 47| for ~grave and probable reasons, while the inconstant man 334 Suppl, 50| party, and this for three reasons. First, ~on account of too 335 Suppl, 50| other sacraments ~for three reasons. First, because matrimony 336 Suppl, 54| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The reasons assigned are given as indicating 337 Suppl, 54| but even greater ~than the reasons for affection towards one' 338 Suppl, 61| is allowed them for three reasons. ~First that they may deliberate 339 Suppl, 62| obligation, but not for equal reasons. Nor is this unjust for 340 Suppl, 64| menstruous ~woman, for two reasons both on account of her uncleanness, 341 Suppl, 67| the wife?~(7) Whether the reasons for divorce had to be written 342 Suppl, 67| they ought to have been reasons for ~divorce rather than 343 Suppl, 72| lesser; and this ~for five reasons. First, because sometimes 344 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 5: There are three reasons why those who will be found 345 Suppl, 75| death: and this for ~three reasons. First, because it is more 346 Suppl, 75| I answer that, The same reasons by which we have shown ( 347 Suppl, 75| dissolution of the body - for two reasons. First, because it was the ~ 348 Suppl, 77| quantity. This is proved by two reasons. ~First, because that which 349 Suppl, 77| but there are many other reasons against it as may be seen 350 Suppl, 80| subtlety. But ~there are two reasons why this cannot be maintained. 351 Suppl, 80| to be palpable for two ~reasons, namely on account of its 352 Suppl, 92| properly speaking, for three reasons. First, ~because in a marriage 353 Suppl, 94| the more probable for two reasons. First ~from the very meaning 354 Suppl, 94| seems to indicate two ~reasons for the congruity of hell 355 Suppl, 96| 2/2~We find also other reasons given by the saints why 356 Suppl, 96| condemned by the Church for two reasons. First because it is ~clearly


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