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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | according as they are abstracted therefrom by the ~considering act 2 1, 27 | indicated by the ~procession therefrom of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 28 | essence in no way ~distinct therefrom. But in so far as relation 4 1, 32 | Father is from no one, and therefrom is derived the notion of ~ 5 1, 39 | essence does not differ therefrom really, but only in our 6 1, 40 | or persons as ~resulting therefrom; as also in creatures the 7 1, 41 | predicate the thing generated therefrom just as we ~say, "The man 8 1, 42 | and the thing proceeding therefrom, it is clear that the ~things 9 1, 42 | and that which proceeds ~therefrom is wanting in things created. ~ 10 1, 50 | it is not to be gathered therefrom that there is any principle 11 1, 53 | so as to have continuity ~therefrom; but it is a non-continuous 12 1, 65 | they themselves can ~derive therefrom, everything which is harmful 13 1, 39 | essence does not differ therefrom really, but only in our 14 1, 40 | or persons as ~resulting therefrom; as also in creatures the 15 1, 41 | predicate the thing generated therefrom just as we ~say, "The man 16 1, 42 | and the thing proceeding therefrom, it is clear that the ~things 17 1, 42 | and that which proceeds ~therefrom is wanting in things created. ~ 18 1, 51 | it is not to be gathered therefrom that there is any principle 19 1, 54 | so as to have continuity ~therefrom; but it is a non-continuous 20 1, 66 | they themselves can ~derive therefrom, everything which is harmful 21 1, 83 | understands when separated therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] Out. 22 1, 83 | images of the ideas, derived ~therefrom. And for this reason, as 23 1, 84 | or that it is separate therefrom. Secondly, by way ~of simple 24 1, 84 | fit for the abstraction therefrom of intelligible ~intentions. 25 1, 87 | things are very dissimilar therefrom, as ~Dionysius says (Coel. 26 1, 92 | and to the love derived ~therefrom. Thus the image of God is 27 1, 100 | corruption which resulted therefrom, children would have had 28 1, 102 | well-ordered house we gather ~therefrom the intention of him that 29 1, 103 | withdrawing His action ~therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] A[ 30 1, 112 | help which ~they receive therefrom does not result in their 31 1, 116 | know, he can learn nothing therefrom: for ~instance, if one were 32 1, 117 | or it would be distinct therefrom; and again ~this is impossible, 33 1, 117 | some seminal power derived ~therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 34 1, 118 | the semen is not produced therefrom. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] 35 2, 1 | affections, since he takes therefrom his entire rule of life. ~ 36 2, 1 | perfect ~good resulting therefrom, by those who placed in 37 2, 2 | evil ~can accrue to anyone therefrom. This cannot be said of 38 2, 2 | but something resulting ~therefrom as its proper accident.~ 39 2, 3 | rather something proceeding ~therefrom. Therefore happiness is 40 2, 19 | reason which is derived therefrom as its proper image; ~or 41 2, 20 | because it is entirely derived therefrom. But ~sometimes the entire 42 2, 20 | does not therefore desist therefrom, this shows his will ~to 43 2, 36 | or sorrow will not result therefrom; such is the result only 44 2, 42 | or ignominy which arises ~therefrom, and which is due to an 45 2, 45 | the ~heart that results therefrom." He says also in the same 46 2, 50 | are ~infinitely distant therefrom; for this reason, in order 47 2, 55 | or with some falling away therefrom. But the perfection of that ~ 48 2, 68 | virtues, ~as being derived therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 49 2, 84 | evils more frequently arise therefrom, for the reason ~given.~ 50 2, 87 | suffers some detriment ~therefrom. For we observe in natural 51 2, 91 | and human laws derived therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 52 2, 95 | while some are derived therefrom by way of determination; 53 2, 95 | human ~law not as emanating therefrom exclusively, but have some 54 2, 102 | likewise the thing generated therefrom is unclean. ~But flesh is 55 2, 2 | what we know and takes form therefrom, it becomes our word. ~Hence 56 2, 4 | because it takes its species therefrom, and because the mode of 57 2, 9 | and of ~conclusions drawn therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[3] 58 2, 10 | of some good that ensues therefrom, ~or because of some evil 59 2, 13 | which may withdraw man ~therefrom: one is the inordinateness 60 2, 18 | things or to abstinence therefrom; such are modesty, continency ~ 61 2, 22 | whereas hope implies distance ~therefrom. Hence charity does not 62 2, 22 | sustenance and nourishment therefrom, and ~not in the sense that 63 2, 30 | forbidden (Dt. 23:18) to ~offer therefrom sacrifices or oblations 64 2, 30 | oblations were not made therefrom ~at the altar, both on account 65 2, 30 | thing, and he can give alms therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 66 2, 31 | the ~scandal which ensues therefrom, if the corrector's sin 67 2, 36 | fruit that would result therefrom, namely that Christ would 68 2, 41 | anyone can reasonably take therefrom an occasion for ~committing 69 2, 41 | Yet one ~ought to desist therefrom on account of scandal, according 70 2, 41 | For if the scandal ~arise therefrom through the ignorance or 71 2, 56 | all virtue, but differs therefrom logically: and it is in 72 2, 57 | of the person who suffers therefrom: ~for instance, if a man 73 2, 76 | whatever profit is made therefrom is infected with usury. ~ 74 2, 76 | the fruits accruing to him therefrom, since they are the ~fruits 75 2, 87 | if great good may ~result therefrom. Especially is this the 76 2, 91 | signifying something ~discordant therefrom: and in this way, at the 77 2, 93 | the future cannot be known therefrom as ~from its cause. It follows 78 2, 98 | and the fruits acquired therefrom, but also in addition to 79 2, 105 | if the recipient ~takes therefrom an occasion of ingratitude, 80 2, 107 | since this is to subtract therefrom; and ~to forsake the truth 81 2, 108 | other injury resulting ~therefrom: and thus again it will 82 2, 116 | are the vices which arise ~therefrom, especially in respect of 83 2, 121 | in order to free oneself therefrom ~for the future, which seems 84 2, 130 | perfection and excellence therefrom: ~wherefore the end of every 85 2, 139 | that essentially results ~therefrom pertain to the touch. Hence 86 2, 142 | advantage or harm resulting therefrom; wherefore men are more 87 2, 145 | something is retrenched therefrom: else those who do not fast ~ 88 2, 149 | not as a virtue distinct therefrom, but as expressing a circumstance 89 2, 150 | venereal: and abstains ~therefrom according to right reason, 90 2, 151 | capital vices originate therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 91 2, 159 | ought, and ~others take therefrom an occasion of sin, this 92 2, 160 | the contrary, it arises therefrom, for as Gregory ~says (Moral. 93 2, 166 | the pleasure he derives therefrom to the love of ~God, so 94 2, 171 | that it is ~distinguished therefrom as the imperfect from the 95 2, 183 | than accumulate a surplus therefrom. Yet ~Jerome says in a letter 96 2, 186 | that in which it differs therefrom, it ~follows that the excellence 97 2, 187 | religion, sometimes take ~harm therefrom, for sometimes they are 98 3, 1 | to bring a greater good therefrom; hence it is written (Rm. 99 3, 2 | that ~the species resulting therefrom would be communicable to 100 3, 2 | that His Nature receives therefrom any addition or change, 101 3, 22 | same as theirs, but differs therefrom as truth from figure.~Aquin.: 102 3, 27 | original sin, but was cleansed therefrom before her birth from ~the 103 3, 30 | which would result to her therefrom, by ~saying, "Blessed art 104 3, 31 | integrity of which results therefrom: and consequently they cannot 105 3, 31 | inasmuch as He took ~flesh therefrom. But if that flesh were 106 3, 36 | birth, so as to conclude therefrom some knowledge of ~the future; 107 3, 37 | He might set others free ~therefrom, according to Gal. 4:4,5: " 108 3, 37 | had entered or gone forth therefrom. ~Again, for a special reason 109 3, 38 | did they receive ~anything therefrom, save only the sign of penance.~ 110 3, 46 | the fruit which resulted ~therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 111 3, 66 | it, derived its efficacy therefrom; but not in the same way ~ 112 3, 66 | But not only ~water flowed therefrom, but also blood. Therefore 113 3, 66 | contracts a certain smell therefrom; which is not the case if 114 3, 69 | of punishment resulting therefrom. Therefore it also ~frees 115 3, 73 | refreshment is prepared ~therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 116 3, 74 | wheat, bread may be made therefrom so as to be the proper matter 117 3, 74 | consequently, bread made ~therefrom will not be the proper matter 118 3, 74 | made of the ~bread made therefrom, although some hold the 119 3, 77 | ashes ~are not generated therefrom. Secondly, because the nature 120 3, 80 | purpose of taking something therefrom. ~Therefore the angels do 121 3, 80 | distraction which follows therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 122 3, 83 | that man derives devotion ~therefrom, making him more fitted 123 3, 83 | unbelievers are not excluded ~therefrom. Hence in De Consecr., dist. 124 Suppl, 2 | the evil ~accruing to us therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[2] 125 Suppl, 2 | derive the character of evil therefrom; ~nor again, by reason of 126 Suppl, 5 | the ~contrition resulting therefrom merits not only the removal 127 Suppl, 10| when a man is delivered ~therefrom he still remains bound to 128 Suppl, 11| command can absolve one therefrom, even so, no man can be 129 Suppl, 12| not, of necessity, ensue ~therefrom, but they are occasions 130 Suppl, 14| way that work ~proceeds therefrom. But works cannot be acceptable 131 Suppl, 14| charity, nor ~ever can proceed therefrom, they can by no means count 132 Suppl, 17| and exclude the unworthy" therefrom, as stated in the text ( 133 Suppl, 24| will, so can he be absolved therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[24] A[ 134 Suppl, 38| can one who is expelled therefrom ~dispose of the offices 135 Suppl, 40| Old Law ~little bells hung therefrom, and subdeacons are the 136 Suppl, 43| does any ~affinity result therefrom. Hence a betrothal made 137 Suppl, 45| many other evils result ~therefrom, besides which there is 138 Suppl, 56| impediment to marriage can arise therefrom. Hence ~this kind of relationship 139 Suppl, 61| wherefore the other is freed therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[61] A[ 140 Suppl, 66| wandering abroad he can dispense therefrom as regards the major ~orders 141 Suppl, 69| places, gather joy or sorrow therefrom; and thus their place ~conduces 142 Suppl, 70| will receive ~something therefrom. Now whatsoever is received 143 Suppl, 70| demons. Now demons ~suffer therefrom since they are punished 144 Suppl, 70| bodily thing ~by suffering therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] A[ 145 Suppl, 70| as receiving punishment therefrom, and from this ~union conceives 146 Suppl, 72| depreciates it is removed therefrom: for the removal of that 147 Suppl, 73| that which would proceed ~therefrom would have for principle 148 Suppl, 76| specific nature results therefrom. According to this opinion ~ 149 Suppl, 77| are produced or nourished therefrom: and yet they have ~certain 150 Suppl, 77| begotten to be detached therefrom by the begetter, ~and that 151 Suppl, 80| another, as being distinct therefrom unless it be distinct as ~ 152 Suppl, 81| therein (since nothing flows therefrom into the ~glorified body, 153 Suppl, 81| does it receive splendor therefrom), but as ~being due to merits. 154 Suppl, 83| or deformities resulting therefrom, will be ~restored without 155 Suppl, 87| the exclusion of others therefrom, it is ~becoming that Christ 156 Suppl, 89| not indeed abstracted ~therefrom, since they are immaterial, 157 Suppl, 89| sight as sight be removed therefrom, there will be no ~sight. 158 Suppl, 90| body than when separated therefrom. Now ~the more perfect a 159 Suppl, 90| God ~than when separated therefrom, in so far as when united 160 Suppl, 95| knew ~that some are guarded therefrom. Yet he would rather that 161 Appen2, 1| sins, who can be loosed therefrom; and the like have charity, ~


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