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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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destroyed

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1 1, 2 | other would be altogether destroyed. But the ~word "God" means 2 1, 19 | far as by the deluge He ~destroyed from the face of the earth 3 1, 23 | certain; yet free-will is not destroyed; whence the effect of ~predestination 4 1, 23 | of predestination is not destroyed.~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 5 1, 25 | proportion of order would be destroyed; as if one string ~were 6 1, 25 | melody of the harp would be ~destroyed. Yet God could make other 7 1, 48 | One kind of good is wholly destroyed by ~evil, and this is the 8 1, 48 | evil, as light is wholly destroyed ~by darkness, and sight 9 1, 48 | good is neither ~wholly destroyed nor diminished by evil, 10 1, 48 | something created, as sight, destroyed by blindness, or something ~ 11 1, 48 | order of action which is destroyed by fault is the more ~perfect 12 1, 49 | because all good ~being destroyed (which it need be for something 13 1, 60 | would not ~be perfected but destroyed by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 67 | were, ~the air would be destroyed when light is withdrawn. 15 1, 77 | Wherefore, the composite being destroyed, ~such powers do not remain 16 1, 49 | One kind of good is wholly destroyed by ~evil, and this is the 17 1, 49 | evil, as light is wholly destroyed ~by darkness, and sight 18 1, 49 | good is neither ~wholly destroyed nor diminished by evil, 19 1, 49 | something created, as sight, destroyed by blindness, or something ~ 20 1, 49 | order of action which is destroyed by fault is the more ~perfect 21 1, 50 | because all good ~being destroyed (which it need be for something 22 1, 61 | would not ~be perfected but destroyed by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 68 | were, ~the air would be destroyed when light is withdrawn. 24 1, 76 | Wherefore, the composite being destroyed, ~such powers do not remain 25 1, 88 | says: "Knowledge shall be destroyed" (1 Cor. 13:8).~Aquin.: 26 1, 88 | yet sometimes knowledge is destroyed by ~sickness or the like." 27 1, 88 | the habit of knowledge is destroyed by ~death.~Aquin.: SMT FP 28 1, 88 | follow that ~when the body is destroyed by death, knowledge here 29 1, 88 | would also ~be entirely destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 30 1, 91 | for the common good to be destroyed in order that ~individual 31 1, 118 | for saying that one is destroyed by natural heat, while the 32 1, 118 | remain, but is gradually destroyed and renewed: thus in ~the 33 1, 118 | its root, which is not ~destroyed. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] 34 2, 4 | to be, when the whole ~is destroyed, just as the parts of an 35 2, 4 | animal, when the animal is ~destroyed; or, if they remain, they 36 2, 6 | knowledge ~is not completely destroyed, because the power of knowing 37 2, 21 | not punished, as if he had destroyed what belongs ~to another. 38 2, 28 | either one or both being destroyed," they seek a suitable and 39 2, 53 | above time are ~neither destroyed nor diminished by length 40 2, 53 | therefore, ~are such habits destroyed or diminished through length 41 2, 53 | virtue are ~diminished or destroyed through cessation from act.~ 42 2, 53 | overcame the causes that destroyed or weakened that habit. 43 2, 53 | stated (A[1]) that habits are destroyed or diminished directly ~ 44 2, 53 | are diminished or even destroyed altogether ~by long cessation 45 2, 53 | agencies. Wherefore virtue is ~destroyed or lessened through cessation 46 2, 53 | diminished or even wholly destroyed by cessation from act.~Aquin.: 47 2, 53 | OBJ 1: Even heat would be destroyed through ceasing to give 48 2, 58 | understanding or science, is destroyed in a particular case by 49 2, 60 | In such cases justice is destroyed in so far as the due measure ~ 50 2, 60 | of the external act is destroyed: while some other virtue 51 2, 60 | while some other virtue is destroyed in ~so far as the internal 52 2, 60 | strikes another, justice is destroyed in the undue ~blow; while 53 2, 60 | blow; while gentleness is destroyed by the immoderate anger. 54 2, 67 | that "knowledge shall be ~destroyed," and he states the reason 55 2, 67 | cease ~when the body is destroyed: but as regards the intelligible 56 2, 67 | remain, when the body is ~destroyed; nor will science be applied 57 2, 71 | one ~act, so neither is it destroyed by one act as stated above ( 58 2, 71 | possible for some virtues to be destroyed by one sinful act. For ~ 59 2, 71 | acquired virtues, they are not destroyed by one ~act of any kind 60 2, 72 | the vital principle ~is destroyed; this is the inordinateness 61 2, 72 | principle of the order is not destroyed; wherefore he is said ~to 62 2, 73 | habit of acquired virtue is destroyed, the destruction of ~which 63 2, 73 | all ~the moral virtues are destroyed as to the perfect and formal 64 2, 73 | so that a virtue can be destroyed by one of them, without 65 2, 73 | Kgs. 19:14): ~"They have destroyed Thy altars, they have slain 66 2, 74 | which is never completely ~destroyed in this life, since, though 67 2, 74 | which is the eternal law, is destroyed; but ~when the disorder 68 2, 82 | harmony of a mixed body is destroyed, the ~elements have contrary 69 2, 82 | of original justice is destroyed, the various powers of the 70 2, 85 | good of nature is neither destroyed nor ~diminished by sin. 71 2, 85 | good of nature was entirely destroyed ~through the sin of our 72 2, 85 | good of human nature can be destroyed by sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 73 2, 85 | of human nature can be ~destroyed by sin. For the good of 74 2, 85 | virtue. Now this aptitude is destroyed entirely in some on account 75 2, 85 | this good of nature to be destroyed ~entirely.~Aquin.: SMT FS 76 2, 85 | without being entirely ~destroyed. For the Philosopher says ( 77 2, 85 | will at last be entirely destroyed, for instance if from any 78 2, 85 | would needs be entirely destroyed at last by the rational 79 2, 85 | rational nature ~being entirely destroyed. Since, however, it is diminished 80 2, 85 | sin: ~and yet it cannot be destroyed entirely, because the root 81 2, 85 | and order, and is neither destroyed nor diminished by sin. There ~ 82 2, 85 | 2), but is not entirely destroyed. Again, there is the good 83 2, 85 | explained above: and so they are destroyed or diminished together.~ 84 2, 87 | the ~principle of sight be destroyed, sight cannot be restored 85 2, 87 | innocent? Or when were the just destroyed? On the contrary, I have 86 2, 88 | the species of the act is ~destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 87 2, 93 | and to a certain extent destroyed, in ~the wicked; because 88 2, 99 | order of virtue ~would be destroyed; or as being useful for 89 2, 102 | a lasting nature, to be destroyed; and such garments to ~be 90 2, 105 | done ~wickedly, they are destroyed at thy coming in." The fruit-trees 91 2, 10 | and afterwards, to be destroyed, as Augustine relates (De 92 2, 17 | removed, the species ~is destroyed, and that thing cannot remain 93 2, 18 | species of a habit is not destroyed through its object ~or end 94 2, 23 | fed or fostered lest it be destroyed: in the second place man' 95 2, 23 | with one's friends, ~"has destroyed many a friendship." Now 96 2, 23 | of acquired virtue is not destroyed by one contrary sinful act. 97 2, 23 | less, therefore, is charity destroyed by one contrary mortal sin.~ 98 2, 23 | sin. Therefore charity is destroyed by one mortal sin.~Aquin.: 99 2, 23 | hope, even as charity is destroyed ~by every moral sin. Hence 100 2, 24 | namely, that the sin be destroyed, but that the ~man may live.~ 101 2, 25 | friendship may be diminished or destroyed, as the ~Philosopher remarks ( 102 2, 31 | from the mean virtue is destroyed ~in its act. Now fraternal 103 2, 35 | observed that this concord is destroyed by discord in two ~ways: 104 2, 35 | resulting from charity is destroyed, is a ~grave sin: wherefore 105 2, 35 | concord ~in an evil will) is destroyed, is praiseworthy. In this 106 2, 44 | destroy them." But no man is destroyed save for sin. Therefore ~ 107 2, 62 | has made, and which is ~destroyed by slaying him. Nevertheless, 108 2, 69 | OBJ 2: Just as virtue is destroyed by "too much" and "too little," ~ 109 2, 84 | thing be offered to be destroyed in worship of God, as though 110 2, 106 | people of Sodom were entirely destroyed (Gn. 19) - or ~as regards 111 2, 121 | lest it be done ~away and destroyed." Therefore the virtue of 112 2, 140 | it, and though not wholly destroyed, it is certainly less strong 113 2, 146 | virtues of the soul are destroyed by lust."~Aquin.: SMT SS 114 2, 149 | shalt destroy [Vulg.: 'hast destroyed'] all them that go awhoring ~ 115 2, 154 | reason, not as though ~it destroyed altogether the judgment 116 2, 155 | OBJ 2: Further, "Virtue is destroyed by excess and defect" [* 117 2, 160 | A true judgment may be destroyed in two ways. First, ~universally: 118 2, 160 | faith, a true judgment is destroyed ~by unbelief. Secondly, 119 2, 161 | the first sin: because it destroyed the innocence of ~our original 120 2, 169 | days, ~and Nineveh shall be destroyed," that is to say, "Its merits 121 2, 169 | demand that ~it should be destroyed." God is said "to repent," 122 2, 178 | cease, or knowledge shall be destroyed." Therefore the ~contemplative 123 3, 3 | Divine Persons would be destroyed, which cannot be ~allowed. 124 3, 4 | unless their ~personality be destroyed, and this does not befit 125 3, 35 | one of two relatives be destroyed, the other is destroyed ~ 126 3, 35 | destroyed, the other is destroyed ~also. But the eternal filiation 127 3, 35 | As "by His death" Christ "destroyed our death" [*Preface of ~ 128 3, 36 | of faith would have been destroyed, since it is "the evidence 129 3, 36 | in either case faith ~is destroyed, whether a thing be perfectly 130 3, 44 | of a heavenly body is not destroyed when God changes its course: ~ 131 3, 46 | by ~union in Person - "destroyed death"; since He who suffered " 132 3, 47 | be a voluntary one, and ~destroyed suspicion of opposition" 133 3, 50 | life, when ~by His death He destroyed our death; just as he who 134 3, 50 | truth ~of Christ's death is destroyed. Accordingly it is said 135 3, 50 | s death is said ~to have destroyed in us both the death of 136 3, 51 | death and corruption being ~destroyed. Moreover, He was buried 137 3, 53 | reason of His righteousness, "destroyed our ~two deaths" (i.e. of 138 3, 56 | resurrection. But "by dying, Christ destroyed our death" [*Preface of ~ 139 3, 60 | essential sense of the words is destroyed; and consequently the sacrament ~ 140 3, 60 | the sacramental sense is ~destroyed, and consequently, the validity 141 3, 63 | for ever unless they ~be destroyed. Since, therefore, the subject 142 3, 66 | species of water is not ~destroyed; but if the species of water 143 3, 66 | the species of water be destroyed, it cannot be used ~for 144 3, 66 | unity of Baptism is not ~destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 145 3, 69 | that the body of sin may be destroyed," a ~gloss says: "The effect 146 3, 69 | crucified, and ~the body of sin destroyed, not as though the living 147 3, 69 | that the body of sin may be destroyed," a gloss says: "If a man 148 3, 69 | members, be absolutely ~destroyed." And such like effects 149 3, 74 | continuity of its parts is ~destroyed, and the taste, color, and 150 3, 75 | truth of this ~sacrament is destroyed, to which it belongs that 151 3, 75 | remain while the substance is destroyed, ~and many other difficulties 152 3, 84 | of a former act is never destroyed by a subsequent contrary 153 3, 88 | Now fraternal ~charity is destroyed through each mortal sin. 154 3, 90 | after it has been already destroyed, and this belongs to penance 155 Suppl, 3 | contrary, Every moral virtue is destroyed by excess and ~deficiency. 156 Suppl, 5 | inordinate love. Therefore it is destroyed by sorrow caused by ~the 157 Suppl, 12| sin, ~for one contrary is destroyed by the other. Now satisfaction 158 Suppl, 16| inclination is ~not entirely destroyed in any creature, it remains 159 Suppl, 29| a complete whole is not destroyed by reason of ~a diversity 160 Suppl, 29| of a smith's work is not destroyed by his ~using several hammers.~ 161 Suppl, 50| causes by which a thing is destroyed and those by which it is 162 Suppl, 54| the offspring is utterly destroyed, since a ~daughter can have 163 Suppl, 58| kind of witchcraft can be destroyed by ~another kind, and even 164 Suppl, 62| certainty of offspring is destroyed, faith is broken, and ~marriage 165 Suppl, 62| common good, which would ~be destroyed if justice were lacking.~ 166 Suppl, 65| in one respect, entirely ~destroyed, and in another respect 167 Suppl, 71| divisible, and is never destroyed by division, if it be ~diminished 168 Suppl, 72| the world is not at once destroyed, as they ~thought hitherto.~ 169 Suppl, 72| cleansed by fire without being destroyed ~themselves, such as cloths 170 Suppl, 72| these things will be finally destroyed ~by fire.~Aquin.: SMT XP 171 Suppl, 72| elements are ~to be entirely destroyed by that fire.~Aquin.: SMT 172 Suppl, 72| elements will be wholly destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 173 Suppl, 72| two of the elements being destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 174 Suppl, 72| the elements ~are to be destroyed as to their substance, but 175 Suppl, 72| first, ~since they would be destroyed by the fire. Therefore this 176 Suppl, 72| of both will need to be destroyed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 177 Suppl, 72| power for their bodies to be destroyed without their ~suffering 178 Suppl, 75| components: and when ~a thing is destroyed by fire it is said to be 179 Suppl, 76| which, if the ~statue be destroyed, passes away also. Consequently 180 Suppl, 77| added to silver lest it be destroyed in melting. Wherefore since 181 Suppl, 83| living in fire without being destroyed, are not distressed ~by 182 Suppl, 96| worthy of ~eternal evil, who destroyed in himself a good which 183 Suppl, 96| Jonas 3); and yet it was not destroyed as foretold by the ~prophet,


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