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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ceases

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | end, where the movement ceases; so a ~thing is called a 2 1, 14 | and then the discursion ceases. Hence as God ~sees His 3 1, 39 | anew by generation, and ceases to exist by ~corruption, 4 1, 42 | everything which is corrupted ceases to be. Hence ~everything 5 1, 42 | begins not to exist and ceases to be. The divine generation, 6 1, 43 | not previously exist, nor ceases to exist where He was. Hence 7 1, 46 | not in its ~end, and what ceases is not in its beginning. 8 1, 50 | composed of matter and form ceases to be actually ~when the 9 1, 53 | last where the movement ~ceases. This again is made evident 10 1, 73 | But whether God ~works or ceases from work nothing accrues 11 1, 76 | union. But when ~breathing ceases, the soul is separated from 12 1, 76 | The union of soul and body ceases at the cessation of ~breath, 13 1, 39 | anew by generation, and ceases to exist by ~corruption, 14 1, 42 | everything which is corrupted ceases to be. Hence ~everything 15 1, 42 | begins not to exist and ceases to be. The divine generation, 16 1, 43 | not previously exist, nor ceases to exist where He ~was. 17 1, 47 | not in its ~end, and what ceases is not in its beginning. 18 1, 51 | composed of matter and form ceases to be actually ~when the 19 1, 54 | last where the movement ~ceases. This again is made evident 20 1, 72 | But whether God ~works or ceases from work nothing accrues 21 1, 75 | union. But when ~breathing ceases, the soul is separated from 22 1, 75 | The union of soul and body ceases at the cessation of ~breath, 23 1, 78 | the species of that thing ceases ~to be in our intellect, 24 1, 88 | degree. Hence as soon as it ceases to act by turning to corporeal ~( 25 1, 95 | ceasing, the effect also ceases. But the cause ~of present 26 1, 101 | grows dark when the light ceases to shine); and by ~keeping 27 1, 103 | that action of ~the agent ceases which causes the "becoming" 28 1, 103 | for a moment, when the sun ceases to act upon it, because ~ 29 1, 103 | root in the air, the light ceases with the ~action of the 30 1, 113 | the devil ~when conquered ceases his assaults.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 117 | which was in the ~semen, it ceases to exist, when the semen 32 1, 117 | movement of an instrument ceases when once the effect has 33 1, 118 | is lost, and then growth ~ceases. At last it cannot even 34 2, 4 | is ordained to the end, ceases with the ~getting of the 35 2, 4 | wherefore, either the part ceases altogether to be, when the 36 2, 5 | saints. Now what is eternal ceases not. Therefore ~Happiness 37 2, 6 | when the act of the will ceases, one is said not to wish. 38 2, 6 | when the act of the will ceases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[3] 39 2, 31 | the movement of execution ceases, by which the tends ~to 40 2, 32 | unsuitable, becomes suitable or ceases to be, as stated ~above.~ 41 2, 33 | itself. ~Because all movement ceases when repose is reached. 42 2, 33 | Therefore the movement of desire ceases when ~pleasure is reached. 43 2, 33 | what was not possessed, ceases. ~But when it is imperfect, 44 2, 35 | the pleasure of drinking ceases also. ~Because the pleasure 45 2, 42 | difficulty; which difficulty ceases in so far as a thing is 46 2, 47 | defect than death. But anger ceases ~at the sight of death. 47 2, 47 | are two reasons why anger ceases at the sight of ~death. 48 2, 47 | limit of ~evils. Hence anger ceases in regard to all who are 49 2, 48 | that the movement of anger ceases. But before vengeance is ~ 50 2, 53 | contrary: thus sickness ceases ~through corruption of the 51 2, 53 | imagination. Hence when man ceases to ~make use of his intellectual 52 2, 67 | as actual consideration ceases, ~the species are not preserved 53 2, 67 | brought into act, the movement ceases; for a thing does ~not continue 54 2, 67 | unseen. Therefore when this ceases ~through being seen, the 55 2, 71 | man ~sins as soon as he ceases doing what he ought. Now 56 2, 71 | something that he ought to do, ceases continually doing what he 57 2, 74 | act: which ~incompleteness ceases when the deliberate consent 58 2, 86 | although the act of sin ~ceases, whereby man withdrew from 59 2, 86 | as soon as the movement ~ceases, but he needs to draw nigh 60 2, 86 | Wherefore, just as when movement ceases, local distance is not removed, ~ 61 2, 86 | neither, when the act of sin ceases, is the stain removed.~ 62 2, 87 | the debt ~of punishment ceases also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] 63 2, 88 | is taken away, and this ceases when the sin ceases, as ~ 64 2, 88 | this ceases when the sin ceases, as ~explained above (Q[ 65 2, 90 | when the act of reason ~ceases, for instance, while we 66 2, 94 | according to the natural law, ~ceases to be so. In this sense, 67 2, 105 | to lend: ~which readiness ceases if the creditors do not 68 2, 109 | But ~by sinning no one ceases to be a man. Hence it is 69 2, 110 | as its subject begins or ~ceases to be in act with this accident. 70 2, 113 | sin of a contrary vice, he ceases to have ~the act of the 71 2, 18 | punishment, though this same ~act ceases in the man who has perfect 72 2, 18 | futurity of ~happiness, which ceases when happiness is present: 73 2, 18 | God, it follows that he ceases ~to seek greatness either 74 2, 23 | thereby decreases ~and at last ceases altogether. Yet this does 75 2, 23 | follows that even when its act ceases, ~it does not for this reason 76 2, 23 | things where it is; if it ceases to work it ~is not charity." 77 2, 23 | the sun, even ~so charity ceases at once to be in the soul 78 2, 24 | great things, and ~if it ceases to work, it is no longer 79 2, 38 | However, as soon as the need ceases, it is no longer lawful 80 2, 50 | alone, when the ~movement ceases, the action of the mover 81 2, 50 | the action of the mover ceases as regards the thing ~moved, 82 2, 50 | house, after it is built, ceases being built by the builder. 83 2, 51 | the lack of ~this prudence ceases; but acquired prudence is 84 2, 84 | not apply the unlawfulness ceases. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] 85 2, 106 | with leprosy; and a Church ceases to be an episcopal see on ~ 86 2, 142 | strangers and passersby ceases almost at once.~Aquin.: 87 2, 145 | above (A[1], ad 1), an act ceases to ~be virtuous by the conjunction 88 2, 169 | corporeal things, when a passion ceases, there ~remains a certain 89 2, 169 | prophetic enlightenment ceases to be actual, on account 90 2, 181 | an earthly kingdom ~peace ceases when the citizens seek each 91 2, 183 | instance the act of sight ceases through an ~affliction of 92 2, 187 | to any particular age; He ceases not when ~men die, He is 93 3, 23 | it might be said that God ceases to be, according as He is 94 3, 28 | brings forth mere flesh, ceases to be a virgin. But since 95 3, 37 | the reality, the figure ceases. But circumcision was ~prescribed 96 3, 50 | that ~by death the subject ceases to be man or animal; because 97 3, 50 | follows that a body which ceases to be living does ~not remain 98 3, 54 | again." Now ~when the cause ceases, the effect ceases. Therefore 99 3, 54 | cause ceases, the effect ceases. Therefore it seems that 100 3, 63 | 3: Further, when the end ceases, the means to the end should 101 3, 69 | effect when the insincerity ceases?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 102 3, 69 | effect when the insincerity ceases?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 103 3, 69 | effect, when the ~insincerity ceases. For a dead work, which 104 3, 76 | it cannot be said that it ceases to be there when ~the species 105 3, 76 | after a ~short time, He ceases to be under this sacrament. 106 3, 76 | as for ~instance, that it ceases to be under this sacrament: 107 3, 76 | something else fails, then it ceases to be in it; just ~as God, 108 3, 76 | unfailing and immortal, ceases to be in some ~corruptible 109 3, 76 | such corruptible creature ceases to exist. ~And in this way, 110 3, 76 | incorruptible being, He ~ceases to be under this sacrament, 111 3, 76 | sacrament, not because He ceases to be, nor yet ~by local 112 3, 76 | they cease, Christ's body ceases to be under them, not ~because 113 3, 76 | in the same way as God ceases to be the ~Lord of a creature 114 3, 76 | Lord of a creature which ceases to exist.~Aquin.: SMT TP 115 3, 76 | sacrament. Because His body ceases to ~be under this sacrament 116 3, 77 | action of the principal agent ceases, then the ~action of the 117 3, 77 | that the blood of Christ ~ceases to be beneath it; both because 118 3, 77 | whole, and so Christ's blood ceases to be there, since it is 119 3, 77 | substance of Christ's blood ceases to be under the ~whole, 120 3, 80 | the lips of sinners, it ceases to be under the ~sacramental 121 3, 83 | Reply OBJ 2: The figure ceases on the advent of the reality. 122 3, 84 | this life? For when sorrow ceases, ~repentance fails; and 123 3, 86 | through grace, the soul ~ceases to be turned away from God, 124 3, 88 | when fraternal charity ceases, in the example of the servant 125 3, 89 | living thing, by dying, ceases to have vital ~operations: 126 Suppl, 4 | says that "when sorrow ceases, ~penance fails, and when 127 Suppl, 14| avail when insincerity ceases. Therefore satisfaction 128 Suppl, 23| communication, the prohibition ceases, as is clear from what has ~ 129 Suppl, 49| the act, since ~that act ceases and a contrary act may succeed 130 Suppl, 49| in the case of one who ~ceases from the act of contemplation 131 Suppl, 53| 1~I answer that, A thing ceases to be in one man's power 132 Suppl, 54| failing: so that ~at length it ceases and can go no further. Since 133 Suppl, 55| the cause cease the effect ceases. Now the cause of ~affinity 134 Suppl, 55| was the marriage, which ceases after the husband's death, 135 Suppl, 55| Therefore the aforesaid affinity ceases also.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] 136 Suppl, 55| with his blood-relations ceases at his ~death. Therefore, 137 Suppl, 55| wife's affinity with them ceases also.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] 138 Suppl, 55| answer that, A relation ceases in two ways: in one way 139 Suppl, 55| its cause; ~thus likeness ceases when one of the like subjects 140 Suppl, 55| since what has been never ceases having been. ~Consequently 141 Suppl, 57| need for dwelling ~together ceases, it is not unreasonable 142 Suppl, 57| cease, for ~instance when he ceases to be under the power of 143 Suppl, 58| not follow ~that his power ceases with the sin, because the 144 Suppl, 62| is broken, and ~marriage ceases to have its signification 145 Suppl, 62| wife guilty of fornication ceases to be a member of ~Christ, 146 Suppl, 63| spouse the marriage tie ceases: and ~consequently when 147 Suppl, 63| since the ~marriage tie ceases with death, no injury is 148 Suppl, 72| follow that where generation ~ceases, the light of the heavenly 149 Suppl, 72| cease when the imperfection ceases: whereas this cannot be 150 Suppl, 72| of the first movable body ceases, mutual ~action and passion 151 Suppl, 74| when the heavenly movement ceases, which is signified by its ~ 152 Suppl, 75| when the heavenly movement ceases nothing ~can remain living 153 Suppl, 75| the heaven, and when this ~ceases all mixed bodies will be 154 Suppl, 88| movement of the heaven ceases, it follows that in some 155 Suppl, 88| all movement for ~an end ceases when the end is obtained. 156 Suppl, 88| that, when this movement ceases, the ~substance of the heaven 157 Suppl, 88| when the heavenly movement ~ceases. Yet that last "now" will 158 Suppl, 88| we reply that ~movement ceases when its purpose is attained, 159 Suppl, 88| follow that this ~movement ceases naturally.~Aquin.: SMT XP 160 Suppl, 88| light. But, ~when generation ceases, movement will cease as 161 Suppl, 88| Therefore when man's animal life ceases, animals and plants should


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