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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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nowise

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | it is clear that God is nowise composite, but is altogether ~ 2 1, 3 | altogether simple. Therefore they nowise differ from each other.~ 3 1, 4 | sort ~like God, it must nowise be admitted that God is 4 2, 2 | it follows that fame can nowise make man happy.~Aquin.: 5 2, 2 | is evident that happiness nowise consists in the foregoing.~ 6 2, 4 | such goods as these are nowise necessary for perfect ~Happiness, 7 2, 4 | these external goods are nowise necessary for ~that Happiness, 8 2, 5 | the sensitive nature can nowise attain this end.~Aquin.: 9 2, 6 | done from concupiscence is nowise involuntary. ~For the man 10 2, 9 | will, which is free and nowise ~subject to the movement 11 2, 11 | the sake of health, ~can nowise be called fruit. And that 12 2, 13 | powerful." ~But the last end is nowise a matter of choice.~Aquin.: 13 2, 15 | directed to the means it would ~nowise differ from choice. And 14 2, 36 | some ~harm. But if it be nowise stronger, it can do no harm 15 2, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Fear is nowise in the concupiscible: for 16 2, 41 | natural ~inclination is nowise sufficient. This is due 17 2, 53 | the habit of science can nowise be lost.~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 53 | consequently it will be nowise less intense.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 53 | itself of a habit ~were nowise subject to decrease. This 20 2, 57 | relation to good, and is nowise referable to evil. Now the 21 2, 63 | mortal sins which ~man can nowise avoid without grace, those, 22 2, 68 | fear is evil, which can nowise apply to God: ~hence fear 23 2, 70 | and in a ~nasty medicine, nowise for its own sake, but only 24 2, 70 | perfect simply: ~hence it nowise differs from future beatitude. 25 2, 73 | Therefore a circumstance nowise aggravates a sin.~Aquin.: 26 2, 74 | will. Therefore sin is ~nowise in the will.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 74 | apprehensive power were nowise subject ~to the will, there 28 2, 76 | render ~it less voluntary, it nowise alleviates the sin. Now 29 2, 79 | therefore evident that God is nowise a cause of sin.~Aquin.: 30 2, 79 | act, in such a ~way, that nowise is He the cause of the defect 31 2, 79 | supremely good, He would ~nowise allow evil to be done, unless 32 2, 80 | evident that the ~devil can nowise compel man to sin.~Aquin.: 33 2, 81 | intellect, and so forth; ~but nowise those that are purely personal, 34 2, 83 | child. But ~original sin can nowise be in the flesh as its subject, 35 2, 83 | corruption of original sin is nowise caused by God, but ~by the 36 2, 87 | thereto. Sin as such ~can nowise be the punishment of another. 37 2, 87 | regarded in its essence can nowise be ~the punishment of sin.~ 38 2, 88 | the innocent, and this can nowise be well done. ~But, as Augustine 39 2, 94 | law, in the abstract, can nowise be ~blotted out from men' 40 2, 96 | and laws of this kind must nowise be ~observed, because, as 41 2, 100 | of the decalogue, if ~it nowise belonged to the decalogue. 42 2, 109 | which lower natures can nowise reach; even as a man who 43 2, 109 | health ~than one who can nowise recover it, as the Philosopher 44 2, 114 | his previous ~merits will nowise help him to rise again. 45 2, 114 | And therefore a man can nowise merit for himself restoration ~ 46 2, 1 | formulating several symbols, which nowise differ from one another, 47 2, 7 | faith teaches us, we should nowise fear Him. If, ~however, 48 2, 7 | knowledge. Therefore faith ~nowise purifies the heart.~Aquin.: 49 2, 8 | them, and that they ought nowise to deviate from them.~Aquin.: 50 2, 13 | unpardonable, not as though it is nowise forgiven, but because, ~ 51 2, 32 | effects are such that they can nowise be contrary ~to the human 52 2, 62 | ix, 4. Therefore it is ~nowise lawful to kill a man who 53 2, 74 | A[1]). Therefore it is nowise lawful to curse an ~irrational 54 2, 74 | exists." Therefore it is nowise lawful to curse an irrational 55 2, 86 | to be or not to be, can nowise be the ~matter of a vow. 56 2, 86 | themselves, and these can nowise be the matter of a vow: ~ 57 2, 86 | attained the use of reason can nowise bind ~themselves to anything 58 2, 93 | evil?" and again: "I could nowise admit that ~intelligence 59 2, 95 | particular ~matter; and this nowise comes under the head of 60 2, 96 | him into sin. Therefore nowise seemingly should one enjoin 61 2, 98 | anyone may baptize. And since nowise ~ought one to sin, if the 62 2, 102 | which is ~prescribed is nowise willed for its own sake, 63 2, 107 | virtues. Therefore truth is nowise a part of justice.~Aquin.: 64 2, 123 | that therefore they are nowise to be feared. But ~according 65 2, 127 | what seems troublesome, as nowise to depart from his ~natural 66 2, 135 | perseverance, it would seem ~nowise to differ from it, since 67 2, 136 | Therefore pertinacity is nowise opposed to perseverance.~ 68 2, 154 | in ~accord with sense and nowise in accord with reason. Secondly, 69 2, 154 | judgment of reason, but because nowise does ~it follow the judgment 70 2, 156 | altogether." ~Therefore it is nowise lawful to be angry.~Aquin.: 71 2, 167 | should be admonished that nowise should they deface God's 72 2, 169 | to the prophet's mind and nowise ~the future; and sometimes 73 2, 169 | only-begotten son, which he nowise would have done had he ~ 74 2, 178 | in the present life can nowise ~attain to the vision of 75 2, 179 | active life, whereas we are nowise able to maintain ~an attentive 76 2, 182 | this ~degree of perfection nowise fulfils the precept. There 77 2, 182 | without ~cure, which would be nowise lawful, if he were in the 78 2, 182 | to assert that ~priests nowise differ from bishops is reckoned 79 2, 183 | As to property they can nowise have it. For they claim 80 2, 187 | work he has undertaken, and nowise forsake ~the profession 81 3, 2 | the Word in person, ~it is nowise united to Him; and thus 82 3, 2 | that the ~grace of union is nowise natural to Christ.~Aquin.: 83 3, 4 | follows that the Son of God nowise assumed a ~human person.~ 84 3, 5 | dignity of the Son of God is ~nowise lessened. Hence Augustine [* 85 3, 5 | xiv): ~"Firmly hold and nowise doubt that Christ the Son 86 3, 6 | Most firmly hold, and nowise doubt that the flesh ~of 87 3, 7 | inanimate instrument, which nowise acts, but is ~merely acted 88 3, 7 | to prophecy, since they nowise touch our ~state. Now Christ 89 3, 8 | Now the ~unbaptized are nowise members of the Church which 90 3, 10 | that the soul of ~Christ nowise comprehends the Divine Essence.~ 91 3, 11 | comprehensor, viz. that it is nowise subject to its body, or 92 3, 15 | sin. First, because sin nowise works our ~satisfaction; 93 3, 15 | to virtue. Hence Christ nowise ~assumed the defect of sin - 94 3, 15 | Him in our person which nowise belong to Him of ~Himself. 95 3, 15 | the ~"fomes" of sin was nowise in Him; inasmuch, also, 96 3, 15 | appetite that the reason was nowise ~hindered in doing what 97 3, 15 | a ~pure comprehensor and nowise a wayfarer, since His mind 98 3, 16 | to the human nature can ~nowise be said of God.~Aquin.: 99 3, 16 | uncreated and ~omnipotent), is nowise predicated of the human 100 3, 16 | to the human nature can nowise be predicated of the Divine ~ 101 3, 18 | movement of sensuality could nowise extend so far. Secondly, ~ 102 3, 19 | consequently they ~are nowise rational; nor simply human, 103 3, 21 | viz. the Divine, it would nowise ~belong to Him to pray, 104 3, 23 | natural Son of God, can nowise be called an adopted Son.~ 105 3, 32 | Father alone. ~Therefore nowise should Christ be called 106 3, 33 | They found the child Jesus nowise differing from the generality ~ 107 3, 35 | whiteness. But human ~nature can nowise be the subject of filiation, 108 3, 41 | Therefore it seems that this was nowise a temptation.~Aquin.: SMT 109 3, 46 | eternal types, since they are nowise opposed to Him. ~Therefore 110 3, 57 | contrary to its nature is nowise moved by its own power. ~ 111 3, 61 | man) ruled the lower, and nowise depended on them: for just 112 3, 67 | is not baptized, belongs nowise to ~the Church, i.e. neither 113 3, 68 | born from the womb, can nowise be washed with water; unless ~ 114 3, 68 | therefore, that a child can ~nowise be baptized while in its 115 3, 72 | connected ~that they can nowise be separated save by death 116 3, 84 | of this sacrament it was nowise fitting that He should use ~ 117 3, 88 | wherefore venial sins ~nowise cause the return of sins 118 Suppl, 1 | so that attrition ~can nowise become attrition: and this 119 Suppl, 10| would seem that confession nowise delivers from punishment. ~ 120 Suppl, 11| the same. Therefore he can nowise say ~what he has heard.~ 121 Suppl, 14| pass ~away altogether, are nowise quickened, and must be repeated.~ 122 Suppl, 25| sacraments, yet His ~efficacy is nowise restricted to them, but 123 Suppl, 41| pertain to things Divine nowise vary.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] 124 Suppl, 42| said that matrimony is nowise the cause ~of grace, but 125 Suppl, 43| it would ~seem that they nowise sin against one another 126 Suppl, 47| consequently a constant ~man can nowise be compelled to sin; indeed 127 Suppl, 49| excuse marriage so that it is nowise a sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 128 Suppl, 52| freedom; whereas this can nowise be prejudicial to ~the wife, 129 Suppl, 58| reckoned to be perpetual, since nowise ~ought one to invoke the 130 Suppl, 58| marriage. ~If subsequent, it nowise voids the marriage, but 131 Suppl, 59| his former life, this is nowise prejudicial to her. Now 132 Suppl, 59| Therefore their ~marriage can nowise be dissolved. But as long 133 Suppl, 62| and by paying ~it thus he nowise prejudices his own case. 134 Suppl, 62| pronounced. Therefore she may nowise be reconciled.~Aquin.: SMT 135 Suppl, 63| sacrament, marriage ~ought nowise to be repeated.~Aquin.: 136 Suppl, 66| false. Therefore bigamy ~nowise causes irregularity.~Aquin.: 137 Suppl, 66| the corruption of the wife nowise affects the marriage act 138 Suppl, 67| divorce his wife if he could nowise take her back ~afterwards.~ 139 Suppl, 70| as a perfect substance nowise ~dependant on the body, 140 Suppl, 70| move itself, and that it is nowise moved in ~respect of such 141 Suppl, 70| of the sensitive powers nowise remain in the ~separated 142 Suppl, 70| hurt them, if they were nowise ~distressed thereby.~Aquin.: 143 Suppl, 70| the thing seen as such can nowise be ~contrary to the intellect. 144 Suppl, 70| punishment of the damned is nowise diminished, if ~by God's 145 Suppl, 71| that the work of one person nowise can avail another for ~acquiring 146 Suppl, 71| own deed, and thus it can nowise be meritorious either to 147 Suppl, 71| their ~punishment will nowise be interrupted.~Aquin.: 148 Suppl, 71| into sin, ~although this nowise diminishes their punishment, 149 Suppl, 72| Almighty God's glory we must nowise believe that anything ~outside 150 Suppl, 72| Therefore it would seem ~nowise fitting that the elements 151 Suppl, 72| nature in the ~first way can nowise be natural, but is either 152 Suppl, 76| to another part, this is ~nowise prejudicial to the identity 153 Suppl, 79| doing anything else will nowise hinder ~their contemplation 154 Suppl, 79| ultimate ~perfection, being nowise hampered by humidity: wherefore 155 Suppl, 80| all the ~fifth essence can nowise enter into the composition 156 Suppl, 80| place with another body can nowise be removed by the gift of ~ 157 Suppl, 80| dimension; wherefore it nowise removes from it the aforesaid ~ 158 Suppl, 80| Altar. Therefore it can nowise happen by a miracle that ~ 159 Suppl, 81| bodies. And yet movement will nowise diminish their happiness 160 Suppl, 81| nature ~of a body, it can nowise be moved instantaneously, 161 Suppl, 86| The judgment of discussion nowise concerns either the ~good 162 Suppl, 88| Accordingly glorified man will nowise need creatures to render 163 Suppl, 88| which splendor the robes nowise merited themselves.~Aquin.: 164 Suppl, 88| movement is natural to them and nowise violent, as is proved in 165 Suppl, 89| senses. But the senses can nowise attain to the ~sight of 166 Suppl, 89| I say then that God can nowise be seen with the eyes of 167 Suppl, 91| them. Therefore the blessed nowise rejoice in the punishment 168 Suppl, 93| perpetual ~virginity, and nowise consent to the act. Nor 169 Suppl, 95| itself, and thus it can nowise be desirable, since it has 170 Appen1, 1| punishment which they could nowise ~avoid.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 171 Appen1, 1| a ~good. Hence they will nowise grieve for being deprived


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