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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 11 | unless they ~are ordered thereto by one. For many are reduced 2 1, 13 | derive some ~kind of likeness thereto, even as the forms of inferior 3 1, 14 | object and assimilates it thereto through the ~intelligible 4 1, 14 | object, nor is it assimilated thereto, ~but is its own perfection, 5 1, 17 | things which are compared ~thereto accidentally, can be called 6 1, 17 | that form, or accidental thereto. For it has been said ~( 7 1, 18 | but not by approaching thereto, or by ~receding from it, 8 1, 23 | nature, it ~must be directed thereto by another; thus, an arrow 9 1, 25 | other things ~pertaining thereto, it remains for us to consider 10 1, 29 | persons, or is opposed ~thereto; as diversity, and similitude, 11 1, 38 | creature does sometimes attain thereto; as when it is made ~partaker 12 1, 44 | the reason of its likeness thereto, either in species, or by 13 1, 58 | anything is in potentiality thereto. But it ~is said (1 Pt. 14 1, 62 | consequently, fire has no ~tendency thereto, except in so far as it 15 1, 62 | beatitude, except it be moved thereto by a ~supernatural agent. 16 1, 63 | for the others to ~consent thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 17 1, 66 | which ~is in potentiality thereto is privation. But this condition 18 1, 70 | perception, and is in proportion thereto. But the operations ~of 19 1, 75 | actuality as being opposite thereto. If, however, it be a ~form 20 1, 76 | its ~motor only, is united thereto by power or virtue. But 21 1, 38 | creature does sometimes attain thereto; as when it is made ~partaker 22 1, 45 | the reason of its likeness thereto, either in species, or by 23 1, 59 | anything is in potentiality thereto. But it ~is said (1 Pt. 24 1, 63 | consequently, fire has no ~tendency thereto, except in so far as it 25 1, 63 | beatitude, except it be moved thereto by a ~supernatural agent. 26 1, 64 | for the others to ~consent thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 27 1, 67 | which ~is in potentiality thereto is privation. But this condition 28 1, 71 | perception, and is in proportion thereto. But the operations ~of 29 1, 74 | actuality as being opposite thereto. If, however, it be a ~form 30 1, 75 | its ~motor only, is united thereto by power or virtue. But 31 1, 77 | imaginative power suffices thereto. To man also does Averroes 32 1, 81 | of all else appertaining ~thereto, since the nature of a thing 33 1, 82 | free-will is not sufficient thereto unless it be moved and helped 34 1, 86 | knowledge of itself, though led thereto by its own act: ~because 35 1, 87 | hierarchies, unless it is led thereto by material ~guidance according 36 1, 102 | or directed by another thereto, as an arrow directed to 37 1, 102 | and to an assimilation thereto, as far as is possible.~ 38 1, 107 | from that which is adequate thereto; as, for instance, ~when 39 1, 113 | those sins which are due thereto man perpetrates ~"through 40 1, 113 | commits sin without being thereto instigated by ~the devil, 41 1, 114 | determined and limited thereto; and that separate forms 42 1, 114 | participated which is proper ~thereto; thus in proportion to the 43 1, 114 | consider the movement proper thereto. Thirdly, because action 44 1, 114 | have said man is subject ~thereto (A[4]). But this opinion 45 1, 114 | observe that the brain is thereto disposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP 46 1, 118 | nature, but is on ~the way thereto; such is the blood, and 47 2, 2 | him; since he is ordained thereto naturally. Now the four 48 2, 3 | antecedent and consequent ~thereto: antecedent, in so far as 49 2, 3 | a ~necessary disposition thereto. And a good will is reckoned 50 2, 3 | not; but it directs man thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[5] 51 2, 3 | that which does not attain thereto, but partakes of ~some particular 52 2, 4 | operation is a hindrance thereto: sometimes by distracting 53 2, 4 | unless it be duly ~disposed thereto, so nothing gains an end, 54 2, 4 | except it be duly ordained ~thereto. And therefore none can 55 2, 4 | might prove a ~hindrance thereto. Consequently, perfection 56 2, 5 | by ~causing a disposition thereto: thus to the art of sailing, 57 2, 5 | preliminary dispositions thereto: whereas he attains the 58 2, 5 | required only as dispositions thereto. Therefore God ~who does 59 2, 5 | operation, whereby it tends thereto. But the angel, who ~is 60 2, 5 | naturally and of necessity tends thereto, as stated above. Again 61 2, 5 | thus the will does not tend thereto of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT 62 2, 6 | about the end and the means thereto, be moved, or not, to ~gain 63 2, 6 | will, by way of ~likeness thereto. It is thus that voluntary 64 2, 7 | inasmuch as he is moved thereto by the end; and it is chiefly 65 2, 10 | that the will be not moved thereto. But it is not ~impossible 66 2, 17 | to a man ~by moving him thereto; and this intimation is 67 2, 17 | that it naturally assents thereto, e.g. the ~first principles, 68 2, 18 | being of itself ordained ~thereto; thus to fight well is of 69 2, 18 | secondly, ~as being ordained thereto accidentally; thus to take 70 2, 19 | but something essential thereto: ~because whatever is accidental 71 2, 19 | evil, the will ~by tending thereto becomes evil. And this is 72 2, 19 | but the will does not tend thereto, except inasmuch as it is ~ 73 2, 19 | willed, it is conformed ~thereto in the point of the last 74 2, 23 | its movement is contrary ~thereto; thus the Philosopher says ( 75 2, 26 | he can possibly be ~drawn thereto by his reason, which pertains 76 2, 32 | operation is proportionate thereto according to a certain ~ 77 2, 37 | but they ~may be repugnant thereto as regards its measure: 78 2, 37 | transmutation that is repugnant thereto, as stated above.~Aquin.: 79 2, 40 | attainable; and ~thus hope tends thereto, for it denotes a kind of 80 2, 41 | because nature inclines ~thereto. Now this happens in two 81 2, 41 | natural, if nature inclines thereto, though it be accomplished ~ 82 2, 41 | whereas stupor is a hindrance ~thereto.~ 83 2, 43 | passions stand in relation ~thereto as the forms to things natural 84 2, 44 | counsel, and a hindrance ~thereto. But fear hinders counsel: 85 2, 45 | while daring is ~opposed thereto as a contrary. And as contrariety 86 2, 45 | some excellence attaches thereto, real or imaginary, ~either 87 2, 47 | with anything ~derogatory thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 88 2, 49 | suitable or unsuitable ~thereto. But a thing's nature, which 89 2, 49 | is well or ill disposed thereto. ~Now for a thing to need 90 2, 53 | accidental to a habit, proper thereto and not ~common to the habit 91 2, 53 | removing the obstacles, thereto, as ~explained above.~Aquin.: 92 2, 57 | knowledge, but contrary thereto. Wherefore, just as science 93 2, 57 | because ~they are subordinate thereto, as secondary virtues to 94 2, 59 | such things or consenting thereto."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 95 2, 61 | the Divine Mind, is united thereto by ~an everlasting covenant. 96 2, 64 | deficiency if one fails to tend thereto "where" ~one ought, and " 97 2, 68 | assigned to correspond thereto, but fortitude itself. Therefore 98 2, 68 | of ~fortitude is lacking thereto . . . and fortitude is very 99 2, 69 | that end, and ~approach thereto; and this implies some action. 100 2, 74 | the action is a preamble thereto. Therefore the consent ~ 101 2, 75 | perhaps it ~be disposed thereto in a certain way; and even 102 2, 76 | inclination of the will thereto, the ~lack of this knowledge 103 2, 80 | is the devil's relation thereto. Now the intellect, of its 104 2, 87 | that which is accidental thereto. Sin as such ~can nowise 105 2, 87 | removing an ~impediment thereto. For passions, temptations 106 2, 88 | by removing an obstacle ~thereto. In this way a sin generically 107 2, 93 | good, and their inclination thereto, are imperfect; but this ~ 108 2, 94 | because nature inclines thereto: e.g. that one should not 109 2, 95 | Wherefore men easily agreed thereto. Nevertheless it is ~distinct 110 2, 96 | law, may not be a subject thereto in ~certain matters, in 111 2, 98 | household, others are not bound thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 112 2, 99 | variety of ~acts ordained thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 113 2, 99 | but as something added thereto. For just as ~grace presupposes 114 2, 100 | so ordained as pertaining thereto less ~evidently.~Aquin.: 115 2, 100 | decalogue and in addition thereto. As to ~the act of fortitude 116 2, 100 | justice or a disposition thereto. If justice be taken in ~ 117 2, 101 | is sufficient to conduce ~thereto, then one such thing suffices 118 2, 102 | as much as we are brought thereto by Christ, which ~refers 119 2, 102 | may present some likeness thereto. Consequently, ~certain 120 2, 102 | to corruption, or exposed thereto: and consequently since 121 2, 103 | all the reasons referring thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 122 2, 106 | either by disposing us thereto, or by ~directing us to 123 2, 108 | together with ~something added thereto, as stated above (Q[105], 124 2, 108 | will attain more ~speedily thereto by giving up the goods of 125 2, 1 | of Divine truth, ~tending thereto." Now we can only get a 126 2, 4 | faith, but is accidental thereto as stated above. Therefore ~ 127 2, 8 | of nature, but is added thereto as ~perfecting it. Wherefore 128 2, 10 | ignorance, as an accessory thereto, ~and resistance to matters 129 2, 12 | will's detestation is added thereto, and yet ~more, if it breaks 130 2, 14 | That he does not attend thereto happens in two ~ways. Sometimes 131 2, 14 | of some habit ~superadded thereto, nevertheless, on account 132 2, 18 | charity, but is not contrary thereto, as when a man loves ~himself 133 2, 18 | of God, and is directed thereto according to a participation 134 2, 21 | law, so too is he ~induced thereto by the fear of punishment, 135 2, 21 | men ~were to be induced thereto by promises, so neither 136 2, 21 | men ~were to be induced thereto by the threat of punishment: 137 2, 21 | though it were ~extrinsic thereto, but as being the beginning 138 2, 22 | 5) The precepts relating thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] Out. 139 2, 22 | other precepts are reduced thereto as to their end, according ~ 140 2, 23 | charity ~more and more subject thereto. For this is the proper 141 2, 23 | mortal sin, but is disposed thereto by some previous negligence, ~ 142 2, 25 | but through being moved thereto of his own ~accord: and 143 2, 28 | concord and adds something thereto. Hence ~wherever peace is, 144 2, 28 | the last end, but the way thereto. But ~peace is the last 145 2, 33 | Divine ~good is contrary thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] A[ 146 2, 34 | the aforesaid daughters ~thereto. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] A[ 147 2, 41 | commits a sin being induced thereto by ~another; sometimes there 148 2, 43 | other causes, and according ~thereto all things should be set 149 2, 46 | the three others ~belong thereto, as commanding and applying 150 2, 49 | other two acts are ~related thereto remotely. Nevertheless these 151 2, 49 | but that it is subordinate thereto, as a secondary to a principal 152 2, 53 | which have a ~resemblance thereto. Under this head there are 153 2, 53 | having some resemblance thereto, in two ways. ~First, when 154 2, 53 | and accordingly belongs thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 155 2, 53 | vices seem to be more akin thereto, such as pride and ~vainglory. 156 2, 54 | prudence are not less opposed thereto, than those which bear a 157 2, 57 | is through being contrary thereto that ~a sin is called mortal. 158 2, 64 | natural law, but an addition thereto devised by human reason.~ 159 2, 75 | certain debasement attaching thereto, in so far as, by its ~very 160 2, 78 | namely the virtues ~annexed thereto; under which head there 161 2, 79 | but ~that it is referred thereto as to something more excellent; 162 2, 80 | consideration leads him thereto. The one is the consideration 163 2, 81 | effect of prayer is proper ~thereto, and consists in impetration: 164 2, 81 | yet manifestly contrary ~thereto; and then although he who 165 2, 82 | though it were essential thereto, but by ~reason of a certain 166 2, 83 | even if nothing be done ~thereto, thus we speak of offering 167 2, 86 | vow, ~while others belong thereto by reason also of the thing 168 2, 86 | something ~altogether contrary thereto, which is never lawful in 169 2, 87 | to virtue, or an obstacle thereto, if one were to ~fulfil 170 2, 92 | virtue, it ~is essential thereto that divine worship be given 171 2, 92 | idolatry and dispose man thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 172 2, 95 | are manifestly contrary thereto, so that they ~come under 173 2, 96 | of perjury, but ~contrary thereto: for the contrary of that 174 2, 98 | spiritual grace and dispose thereto. ~And yet these things are 175 2, 98 | things through being directed thereto, ~for instance the right 176 2, 99 | to those who are related ~thereto. Therefore piety is a special 177 2, 99 | by the circumstances due thereto, and if it overstep ~them 178 2, 100 | inferiors ~are more subject thereto. Therefore observance is 179 2, 101 | other things pertaining thereto to those ~who are in a higher 180 2, 102 | respect, yet it is not subject thereto in every ~respect. Thus, 181 2, 106 | by removing an obstacle ~thereto, namely, fear of an imminent 182 2, 107 | truth and the vices opposed thereto. Concerning ~truth there 183 2, 107 | necessary that man be disposed thereto by a special ~virtue. And 184 2, 107 | to thing signified: and thereto man is perfected by the ~ 185 2, 107 | of justice, being annexed thereto as a ~secondary virtue to 186 2, 107 | to amount to an ~addition thereto. Now to deny the truth is 187 2, 112 | bears a certain likeness thereto, in so far as ~a man behaves 188 2, 112 | part of justice is opposed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[114] A[ 189 2, 113 | flattery, which is contrary ~thereto as regards what is said, 190 2, 115 | 4) Whether it pertains thereto to give rather than to take?~( 191 2, 115 | to be free of ~attachment thereto. Now those things which 192 2, 115 | as ~something in addition thereto, as we shall explain farther 193 2, 115 | justice, being annexed thereto as to a principal virtue. ~ 194 2, 117 | account of its likeness ~thereto. On the other hand, the 195 2, 121 | the ~gift corresponding thereto; (4) the precepts that pertain 196 2, 121 | and to whatever appertains thereto. Hence the Philosopher says ~( 197 2, 121 | it by removing obstacles thereto. Wherefore among the ~cardinal 198 2, 122 | the virtue which ~inclines thereto, is manifested thereby, 199 2, 122 | whereas fortitude ~inclines thereto as being its proper motive 200 2, 123 | instead of being opposed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] A[ 201 2, 124 | and ~whatever is directed thereto; and to do so in due measure, 202 2, 124 | fearlessness is not opposed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[126] A[ 203 2, 124 | fearlessness ~is opposed thereto by deficiency of fear, in 204 2, 126 | from fortitude, but annexed thereto as secondary virtues to ~ 205 2, 126 | fortitude, yet annexed thereto as secondary to principal.~ 206 2, 127 | moderation has to be ~applied thereto: and this difficulty regards 207 2, 127 | a proximate disposition thereto. Thus it is ~possible for 208 2, 127 | fortitude, because it is annexed thereto as secondary to principal.~ 209 2, 128 | those that are opposed thereto by excess. These are three, 210 2, 130 | estimation, ~and he tends thereto in excess of his deserts.~ 211 2, 130 | directs even virtuous deeds thereto, and, in order to ~obtain 212 2, 130 | venial sin can dispose man thereto. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] 213 2, 131 | that which is commensurate thereto. Wherefore as presumption 214 2, 132 | a proximate disposition thereto, as explained ~above (Q[ 215 2, 134 | the human will can tend ~thereto without the help of sanctifying 216 2, 134 | wherefore man cannot tend thereto by a natural ~virtue. Hence 217 2, 134 | because ~it is annexed thereto as secondary to principal 218 2, 136 | things, so too it belongs thereto to desire ~play or any other 219 2, 139 | essential pleasure annexed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 220 2, 141 | temperance, as a virtue annexed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[143] A[ 221 2, 142 | that which is ~contrary thereto, but not so as to attain 222 2, 143 | part or condition attaching thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] A[ 223 2, 146 | man's life is ~directed thereto, according to Eccles. 6: 224 2, 148 | gambling, or ~incites others thereto, must either cease or be 225 2, 150 | of the semen is ~related thereto materially; and the purpose 226 2, 151 | as removing an obstacle thereto, not ~as its direct cause; 227 2, 151 | inconstancy which is opposed thereto is to be ~reckoned a daughter 228 2, 151 | he directs his ~speech thereto, and so gives utterance 229 2, 154 | degree. Yet he does not ~tend thereto perfectly, because he does 230 2, 155 | and are likewise obstacles thereto. Wherefore virtues that ~ 231 2, 156 | in so far as it is moved thereto by the ~reason: and when 232 2, 160 | to it, by acting counter thereto. In another way a sin ~destroys 233 2, 161 | consisted in wishing to attain thereto ~by his own power. Secondly, 234 2, 162 | proportionately corresponding thereto, was the withdrawal of the 235 2, 167 | even by adding something thereto, in order to please ~their 236 2, 168 | which is directly opposed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 237 2, 173 | as to cease to be united thereto as its form; and yet it 238 2, 175 | only ~remove the obstacles thereto. For sanctifying grace also 239 2, 182 | and that all are bound ~thereto; and this is evidently false.~ 240 2, 183 | binds himself specially thereto by vow. Hence Augustine 241 2, 183 | through immoderate attachment thereto or use thereof, if he exceeds ~ 242 2, 184 | should by some means tend thereto. Hence he who enters the 243 2, 184 | rather is it an ~obstacle thereto, inasmuch as the anxiety 244 2, 184 | the ~punishment affixed thereto, because it is in this way 245 2, 185 | in him something contrary thereto, but because he lacks that ~ 246 2, 185 | duties through being deputed ~thereto by superiors having ordinary 247 2, 186 | perfection, ~but a means thereto. Hence in the Conferences 248 2, 187 | but is more an obstacle thereto. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 249 3, 3 | is related first of all ~thereto, inasmuch as It is one with 250 3, 7 | consequence, grace ordaining thereto, ~presuppose the hypostasis 251 3, 25 | certain ~veneration proper thereto, besides the veneration 252 3, 25 | the Word of God is united thereto in person." ~And on Ps. 253 3, 25 | soul, which was once united thereto, and now enjoys ~God; and 254 3, 33 | itself, but is a preamble thereto.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 255 3, 39 | order that He ~might lead us thereto more efficaciously, He wished 256 3, 44 | every ~creature be subject thereto. Consequently it behooved 257 3, 55 | specially who are ~preordained thereto by God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 258 3, 65 | those which are ordained thereto indirectly, viz. by removing ~ 259 3, 66 | immersion is essential thereto.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 260 3, 67 | Baptism and is conformed thereto. But Christ when baptized 261 3, 69 | Baptism; for some ~approach thereto with greater, some with 262 3, 71 | as to the ears; consent thereto as to ~the nose; and confession 263 3, 74 | from ~their resemblance thereto. But genuine wine can be 264 3, 76 | found to pay reverence ~thereto, and to fear it. Therefore, 265 3, 84 | sacrament, but are ~dispositions thereto. On the other hand, in those 266 3, 88 | it must be in ~proportion thereto, so that the more numerous 267 Suppl, 5 | purpose of confessing united thereto: ~which purpose must also 268 Suppl, 10| desire of confession united thereto, and satisfaction is enjoined ~ 269 Suppl, 12| virtue or is ~most akin thereto; thus choice and other internal 270 Suppl, 13| one man is not ~disposed thereto by another's act, so one 271 Suppl, 18| remission, but as disposing thereto. Consequently if ~a man, 272 Suppl, 19| heaven, but a ~disposition thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 273 Suppl, 25| or ~the clergy attached thereto who go there every day, 274 Suppl, 27| not need to entice himself thereto. ~Therefore he cannot grant 275 Suppl, 29| sacrament as an accessory ~thereto, it is evident that Extreme 276 Suppl, 33| without disparagement ~thereto, be repeated.~Aquin.: SMT 277 Suppl, 39| qualified by being habituated ~thereto. For the higher Orders, 278 Suppl, 39| vow of continency annexed thereto, but also ~because the handling 279 Suppl, 40| signification corresponding thereto; so that a person receives 280 Suppl, 41| natural reason ~inclines thereto in two ways. First, in relation 281 Suppl, 41| nature does not incline ~thereto in the same way in all animals; 282 Suppl, 43| 5) of the ~impediments thereto; (6) of second marriages; ( 283 Suppl, 44| united in their direction thereto, thus many men ~are united 284 Suppl, 47| he cannot be compelled thereto, namely ~to act against 285 Suppl, 49| offspring" and "faith" refer thereto on the ~part of the difference 286 Suppl, 49| thing is ~most essential thereto. Now inseparability, which 287 Suppl, 51| matrimony, it ~is contrary thereto as regards the cause of 288 Suppl, 51| of the difference added ~thereto; namely from its being error 289 Suppl, 52| slavery does not extend thereto. Wherefore the husband, ~ 290 Suppl, 53| though an oath be added thereto, ~does not dissolve a marriage 291 Suppl, 53| it is not an impediment thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 292 Suppl, 54| it is not an impediment ~thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 293 Suppl, 55| were an extraneous addition thereto: whence ~arises another 294 Suppl, 55| except what is contrary thereto. But ~affinity is not contrary 295 Suppl, 56| spirit proves an impediment thereto, ~without spiritual kinship 296 Suppl, 59| marriage ~is not an impediment thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 297 Suppl, 64| well as those who consent ~thereto are equally punished (Rm. 298 Suppl, 65| through not being directed thereto by the action of the ~agent, 299 Suppl, 65| or through being directed thereto by the action of the agent, 300 Suppl, 70| seeing themselves ~condemned thereto. Hence just as the glory 301 Suppl, 71| these ~things are extrinsic thereto as it were, and for this 302 Suppl, 72| which reason the attaining thereto is ~not natural.~Aquin.: 303 Suppl, 74| that by bearing witness thereto they might lay the foundation 304 Suppl, 77| individual, yet it is directed ~thereto by nature: and this is of 305 Suppl, 77| being immutably attached ~thereto." Accordingly a thing is 306 Suppl, 81| either of them or disposes ~thereto: so that while that which 307 Suppl, 82| are differently disposed thereto by their nature. Nor is 308 Suppl, 88| but will only dispose thereto, by cleansing from the vileness 309 Suppl, 89| sees God, it is united thereto not as the type of all things, 310 Suppl, 89| Christ, but not in equality thereto: ~thus it will have knowledge 311 Suppl, 90| perfectly ~than when united thereto, so after it has been united 312 Suppl, 90| degrees of approaching thereto: and the various mansions 313 Suppl, 92| should be especially assigned thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 314 Suppl, 93| beatitude and a certain fitness ~thereto. Even so civic happiness 315 Suppl, 93| special aureole is due ~thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 316 Suppl, 93| thereof, if suffering be added thereto, merits ~an aureole, not 317 Suppl, 93| seem that an aureole is due thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 318 Suppl, 95| by that which is added ~thereto by their deliberate will, 319 Suppl, 95| applying their consideration thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 320 Appen1, 1| pain does not correspond ~thereto as punishment.~Aquin.: SMT


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