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obviated 2
obvious 7
obviously 1
occasion 168
occasional 13
occasionally 17
occasioned 33
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168 composite
168 continuous
168 contract
168 occasion
168 share
168 sought
167 perseverance
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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occasion

    Part, Question
1 1, 17 | accident. ~For they give occasion to falsity, by the likeness 2 1, 17 | except in so far as ~it gives occasion to false opinion. Hence 3 1, 29 | in order to avoid any ~occasion of error, it was thought 4 1, 33 | Holy Ghost, ~to avoid any occasion of error. In this way, Hilary 5 1, 39 | said of God which can be occasion of ~error. Now, to say that 6 1, 39 | or ~substance, furnishes occasion of error. For, as Hilary 7 1, 39 | avoided, for fear of giving ~occasion to error.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 46 | not cogent, so as to give occasion to ~unbelievers to laugh, 9 1, 48 | consent, is not a sin, but an occasion for ~the exercise of virtue," 10 1, 52 | Consequently there is no occasion for ~determining in his 11 1, 61 | have ~proved to them an occasion of idolatry, to which they 12 1, 63 | already stated, ~they have no occasion for comparison or discursive 13 1, 39 | said of God which can be occasion of ~error. Now, to say that 14 1, 39 | or ~substance, furnishes occasion of error. For, as Hilary 15 1, 39 | avoided, for fear of giving ~occasion to error.~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 47 | not cogent, so as to give occasion to ~unbelievers to laugh, 17 1, 49 | consent, is not a sin, but an occasion for ~the exercise of virtue," 18 1, 53 | Consequently there is no occasion for ~determining in his 19 1, 62 | have ~proved to them an occasion of idolatry, to which they 20 1, 64 | already stated, ~they have no occasion for comparison or discursive 21 1, 91 | that ~the woman would be an occasion of sin to man. Therefore 22 1, 91 | things which ~proved an occasion of sin, the universe would 23 2, 2 | friendship there will be ~occasion to inquire when we treat 24 2, 17 | members ~are stirred at the occasion of some apprehension; in 25 2, 28 | 72:3): "I had a zeal on occasion of ~the wicked." Therefore 26 2, 39 | itself, but because it is an occasion of evil; ~either through 27 2, 41 | The past deed may be the occasion of fear of future ~reproach 28 2, 71 | be due to some cause or occasion, either united ~with the 29 2, 71 | sickness: but if the cause or occasion be subject to ~the will, 30 2, 77 | says (Rm. 7:8): "Sin taking occasion by the ~commandment wrought 31 2, 86 | wherefore diverse sins ~occasion diverse stains. It is like 32 2, 87 | because thou hast given occasion to the enemies of the Lord 33 2, 88 | it can be the matter or occasion of mortal sin accidentally; 34 2, 97 | because it would be the occasion of some evil, as ~explained 35 2, 98 | not the ~cause, but the occasion of death, on account of 36 2, 98 | what it forbade. Hence this occasion was not given to men, ~but 37 2, 98 | Rm. 5:11): "Sin, taking ~occasion by the commandment, seduced 38 2, 98 | in so far as men, taking occasion from the law, sinned all 39 2, 98 | But the Old Law was an occasion of sin, as stated ~above ( 40 2, 99 | the law is said to be the occasion of death, as to the moral ~ 41 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts was an ~occasion of transgression, according 42 2, 102 | as to give the ~people an occasion for idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 102 | for the ~sin which was the occasion of the uncleanness in question.~ 44 2, 102 | burnt, in order to avoid all occasion of idolatry. There was also 45 2, 102 | evil desires, and offers an occasion of ~lust. The figurative 46 2, 105 | and ~would not become an occasion of sedition.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 105 | persons." It also removed ~an occasion of pronouncing unjust judgment, 48 2, 108 | commanded nothing on this ~occasion when He was giving the general 49 2, 9 | of which they may be the ~occasion), which judgment he exercises 50 2, 19 | by allowing them to be an occasion of despair.~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 22 | this has been to some an occasion of error.~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 34 | as it ~threatens to be an occasion of harm to himself, as when 53 2, 34 | because I had a zeal on occasion of the wicked, seeing the ~ 54 2, 34 | because I had a zeal on occasion of the wicked, seeing the 55 2, 36 | since evil is sometimes the occasion of good results.~Aquin.: 56 2, 36 | those things which are the occasion of pride.~ 57 2, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an occasion is an accidental cause. 58 2, 41 | to say ~that it is an "occasion."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 59 2, 41 | whatever a man does may be the occasion of another's ~spiritual 60 2, 41 | shall, by deed or ~word, occasion another's spiritual downfall.'"~ 61 2, 41 | worshipping the idol, it ~might occasion another man's spiritual 62 2, 41 | afford not a cause, but an occasion, which is an imperfect, 63 2, 41 | properly speaking, afford an occasion of another's spiritual ~ 64 2, 41 | is concerned, afford an occasion of ~the other's downfall, 65 2, 41 | other one who takes the occasion ~according to Rm. 7:8: " 66 2, 41 | to Rm. 7:8: "Sin taking occasion by the commandment wrought 67 2, 41 | his own part, ~afford the occasion of the other's downfall. 68 2, 41 | the fact ~that a man takes occasion to sin from another's word 69 2, 41 | inordinate deed ~or word, to occasion another's spiritual downfall, 70 2, 41 | itself is of a nature to occasion another's ~spiritual downfall, 71 2, 41 | would also be to others an occasion of wrongdoing. And if indeed 72 2, 41 | reasonably take therefrom an occasion for ~committing sin.~Aquin.: 73 2, 58 | because there would be an occasion of scandal ~arising in the 74 2, 60 | stated ~time, would seem to occasion his loss of all his possible 75 2, 71 | he gives another man an occasion for hating or despising 76 2, 75 | unlawful to give anyone an occasion of ~danger or loss, although 77 2, 75 | sale, gives the buyer an occasion of loss or danger, by the 78 2, 75 | goods, if such defect may occasion loss or ~danger to the buyer - 79 2, 76 | usurer, and gives him an ~occasion of sin. Therefore he sins 80 2, 76 | one to give another an ~occasion of committing a sin: for 81 2, 76 | from a usurer gives him an occasion of sin. Therefore he is 82 2, 76 | usury gives the usurer an occasion, not ~for taking usury, 83 2, 76 | the usurer who finds an occasion ~of sin in the malice of 84 2, 80 | greatness, is to man ~an occasion of self-confidence, so that 85 2, 80 | such like things sometimes occasion a ~hindrance to devotion; 86 2, 81 | worldly things which ere the occasion of our temptations. If it 87 2, 82 | as also to exclude any occasion of idolatry, ~wherefore 88 2, 85 | the Gospel, lest he should occasion a hindrance to the ~Gospel 89 2, 92 | it, or ~through being an occasion thereof, either as a beginning 90 2, 97 | Neither have we taken ~an occasion of covetousness." But it 91 2, 97 | But it seems to involve an occasion of ~covetousness that a 92 2, 97 | would seem to involve an occasion of covetousness. But when 93 2, 97 | consequently involves no occasion of avarice.~ 94 2, 105 | should afford another an occasion of committing ~sin. But 95 2, 105 | receiving a favor is given an occasion of ~ingratitude. Therefore 96 2, 105 | ungrateful person affords him ~an occasion not of sin but of gratitude 97 2, 105 | recipient ~takes therefrom an occasion of ingratitude, this is 98 2, 106 | sin is taken by them as an occasion for sin. ~Therefore it seems 99 2, 113 | enemy." Thirdly, by way of occasion, as when the praise of a 100 2, 113 | it, becomes to another an occasion of sin. In ~this case it 101 2, 113 | to consider, whether the occasion were given or ~taken, and 102 2, 121 | since this same peace is the occasion of much license in morals. ~ 103 2, 121 | fortitude without justice is an occasion of injustice; since the ~ 104 2, 122 | a man to give another an occasion of acting unjustly: yet 105 2, 129 | it may become to man an occasion of ~doing many evil things, 106 2, 135 | as to those things which occasion difficulty. Now ~the end 107 2, 145 | only make not liberty an ~occasion to the flesh."~Aquin.: SMT 108 2, 146 | cause, as it were, and the occasion of other vices.~Aquin.: 109 2, 154 | than to ~those which merely occasion them. Now that which is 110 2, 154 | incontinence, ~but are merely the occasion thereof, since, so long 111 2, 159 | giving the other man an occasion of detriment ~to his spiritual 112 2, 159 | others take therefrom an occasion of sin, this is not imputed 113 2, 160 | in so far as it finds an occasion of pride in ~every virtue, 114 2, 160 | a man makes a virtue an ~occasion for pride. And nothing prevents 115 2, 160 | avoid pride, since it takes ~occasion even from good deeds, as 116 2, 167 | the latter be afforded ~an occasion of sin with other women. 117 2, 167 | directly affording others an occasion of sin; for ~instance, if 118 2, 185 | that I may ~cut off the occasion from them," etc. Secondly, 119 2, 185 | receiving of alms offers an occasion of sin, ~and hinders an 120 2, 185 | in order to cut off the ~occasion from the false apostles 121 2, 185 | Monach. 28): "Cut off the ~occasion of disgraceful marketing 122 2, 185 | need oneself, affords an occasion of ~sin. But this does not 123 2, 187 | one should give another an occasion of falling; ~wherefore it 124 2, 187 | instead of ~giving a man an occasion of falling, withdraws him 125 2, 187 | a bad example and is an occasion of scandal to ~others, who 126 3, 1 | account himself alone the occasion of them. For what does it 127 3, 3 | been capable of finding an occasion of ~error, as though the 128 3, 7 | not use when there is no occasion.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[8] 129 3, 16 | nothing a wrong which is the occasion of man's salvation. For 130 3, 16 | of our salvation was the occasion of harm to God?"~Aquin.: 131 3, 25 | image is, there might be an occasion of ~error - namely, lest 132 3, 25 | avoid doing what may be the occasion of ~error. But to worship 133 3, 36 | others; because it was the occasion of Herod's ~killing "all 134 3, 36 | Christ's birth removed all ~occasion of error. For, as Augustine 135 3, 40 | abundance of riches is an occasion for being proud; and beggary 136 3, 40 | proud; and beggary is an ~occasion of thieving and lying, or 137 3, 40 | every kind of beggary an occasion ~of theft and perjury, as 138 3, 41 | rather should we avoid the occasion of being tempted.~Aquin.: 139 3, 41 | sin by not ~avoiding the occasion of sinning. And such occasions 140 3, 41 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Another occasion of temptation is on the 141 3, 41 | giving the devil such an occasion of ~temptation; since the 142 3, 42 | deed or word to be the occasion of anyone's downfall. "But 143 3, 51 | as an ~injury which is an occasion of men's salvation. Thus 144 3, 55 | according to Matthew; ~the ninth occasion is expressed by Mark, 'at 145 3, 60 | a sign ambiguous and the occasion of deception, ~when it signifies 146 3, 75 | aforesaid heretics have taken ~occasion to err from evilly understanding 147 3, 81 | exasperated might take occasion of sinning. Therefore, it 148 3, 87 | 3: Further, venial sins occasion a debt of some punishment, 149 Suppl, 11| him, which sin would be an occasion of ruin to ~the latter, 150 Suppl, 11| priorship on some other occasion, yet so as to avoid all ~ 151 Suppl, 39| remove the use of reason ~occasion an impediment to act. Wherefore 152 Suppl, 39| Further, that which is an occasion for humility should not 153 Suppl, 39| OBJ 2: A man may take an occasion for humility from many other ~ 154 Suppl, 56| consequently in order to remove the occasion of sin this ~prohibition [* 155 Suppl, 59| the wife proves a notable ~occasion of sin to her husband, so 156 Suppl, 62| for which reason it is an occasion for ~divorce, the woman 157 Suppl, 62| should not be given a greater occasion of sin. ~But if she who 158 Suppl, 62| she is given a greater occasion of sin: ~for it is improbable 159 Suppl, 62| desired marriage; and an ~occasion of adultery would be afforded 160 Suppl, 64| menstruous wife should not be an occasion of sin to her ~husband. 161 Suppl, 64| would give her husband an occasion of sin, if she paid ~him 162 Suppl, 64| possibly to afford him an occasion ~of falling into other, 163 Suppl, 64| lest he ~be afforded an occasion of sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 164 Suppl, 67| forbidding to furnish the occasion of ~a greater evil. Thus 165 Suppl, 70| which are the proximate occasion of the soul's pain or sorrow 166 Suppl, 92| is not given save on the occasion of marriage. ~But a spiritual 167 Suppl, 93| be not mortal, yet be the occasion of ~his dying, he is believed 168 Suppl, 93| the faith is ~the original occasion of his death, so that he


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