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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 22 | Further, whatsoever is left to itself cannot be subject 2 1, 22 | a governor. But men are left to themselves by God in ~ 3 1, 22 | from the beginning, and left him ~in the hand of his 4 1, 22 | When it is said that God left man to himself, this does 5 1, 23 | many as there were angels left; ~others, as many as the 6 1, 70 | the soul the only ~ones left to be attributed to the 7 1, 74 | ceased from ~working and left it vacant, which would be 8 1, 74 | intervening things being left ~to be understood, since 9 1, 71 | the soul the only ~ones left to be attributed to the 10 1, 73 | ceased from ~working and left it vacant, which would be 11 1, 73 | intervening things being left ~to be understood, since 12 1, 82 | from the ~beginning, and left him in the hand of his own 13 1, 92 | For ~imprints which are left by the movements of animals 14 1, 101 | hand is nobler than the left: ~hence it was fitting that 15 1, 110 | that is, the impressions left from the movements are preserved 16 1, 113 | 4:11): "Then the devil left Him," ~i.e. Christ Who overcame.~ 17 1, 118 | the end nothing would be ~left in him of what belonged 18 2, 1 | appetite, that nothing is left besides ~it for man to desire. 19 2, 2 | from the beginning and left him in the hand of his own 20 2, 7 | expressions "right" and "left," "equal" and ~"unequal," 21 2, 10 | from the ~beginning, and left him in the hand of his own 22 2, 17 | was that his nature was left to itself, through the ~ 23 2, 50 | reason; but if they are left to themselves, such animals 24 2, 80 | it, viz. the impressions left by the action ~of sensible 25 2, 82 | of the ~soul are, in all, left to themselves equally; but 26 2, 85 | the powers of the soul are left, as it were, destitute ~ 27 2, 85 | its nature, to which it is left when the obstacle to its 28 2, 85 | nature of the ~human body is left to itself, so that according 29 2, 85 | the nature of his ~matter left to itself, but not as regards 30 2, 87 | is that human nature is left to itself, ~and deprived 31 2, 87 | diversity of nature, which is left to ~itself, as stated above ( 32 2, 91 | Ecclus. 15:14) that "God left man in the ~hand of his 33 2, 91 | A[1]). Therefore man was left to the direction of his ~ 34 2, 95 | be regulated by law, than left to be decided by judges": 35 2, 95 | very few matters ~to be left to the decision of men.~ 36 2, 98 | in this matter, ~man was left to the guidance of his reason 37 2, 100 | of acts of gluttony is ~left to paternal admonition, 38 2, 102 | nourishment belongs on ~the left, according to Prov. 3:16: " 39 2, 102 | according to Prov. 3:16: "In her left hand (are) riches and ~glory." 40 2, 105 | grapes and fruit, should be left behind for them (Lev. ~19: 41 2, 105 | restore to the owner what was left of the animal thus ~slain): 42 2, 105 | heifer after being slain was left to rot in a rough and uncultivated ~ 43 2, 105 | fruit-trees were ~commanded to be left untouched, for the use of 44 2, 106 | behoved man first of all to be left to himself under ~the state 45 2, 108 | institution; but have been left by ~the Lawgiver, i.e. Christ, 46 2, 108 | decided many ~points and left few to man to decide as 47 2, 108 | of the ~New Law, but are left to the decision of man; 48 2, 108 | feasts. Wherefore Our Lord left the ~institution of such 49 2, 108 | hand, when they would be left entirely to their own ~judgment 50 2, 108 | justice. Consequently Our Lord left the judicial precepts to ~ 51 2, 108 | fixed by the Law: this was left to man to decide in ~one 52 2, 108 | obligation, whereas a counsel is left to the ~option of the one 53 2, 10 | everlasting death, should they be left to their parents ~who would 54 2, 11 | though he may not have left the ~Church": and elsewhere 55 2, 11 | already abjured, must be left to the secular tribunal." 56 2, 11 | against God, for it is not left to ~our discretion to forgive 57 2, 23 | thee, because thou hast left thy first charity."~Aquin.: 58 2, 30 | the barefoot that you have left to rot, the money of the 59 2, 41 | sin, it should always be ~left undone out of that love 60 2, 59 | 6, and the other will be left with 4: and so there will 61 2, 61 | taken, and one shall be left." Therefore ~respect of 62 2, 62 | dangerous since no time is left wherein to expiate it by 63 2, 63 | according to Ecclus. 15:14, "God left man in the hand of his own ~ 64 2, 65 | mercy in matters that are ~left to the judge's discretion, 65 2, 65 | or human laws, it is not ~left to him to show mercy.~Aquin.: 66 2, 68 | thing: but this ~must be left to the prudent discernment 67 2, 71 | telling him, and then it is left to his discretion whether 68 2, 71 | himself. ~But it is not left to his discretion to permit 69 2, 75 | them is not ~sufficiently left with the buyer unless such 70 2, 84 | altar," as though this were left to the choice of the offerer: 71 2, 85 | particular ~proportion is left to the ordinance of the 72 2, 85 | like minute ~things, but left it to the judgment of those 73 2, 86 | of perfection when "they left all things and followed 74 2, 93 | the decision by lot be left to a spiritual cause, ~it 75 2, 93 | however, the decision is left to God, according to Prov. ~ 76 2, 93 | unknown ~crimes must be left to Him Who alone knows the 77 2, 99 | John (Mt. 4:22) ~that they left "their nets and father, 78 2, 102 | from the beginning, and left him in the hand of his own ~ 79 2, 102 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God left man in the hand of his own 80 2, 102 | he ought to do, but is left the free choice proceeding 81 2, 115 | riches that nothing is left for his own support, nor 82 2, 140 | result. For a child, if left to his own will, becomes 83 2, 140 | becometh ~stubborn, and a child left to himself will become headstrong." 84 2, 149 | as in the case of a child left to his own will. ~Wherefore 85 2, 152 | arising out of the traces left by his previous thoughts 86 2, 156 | vengeance, since this ~should be left to God, according to Dt. 87 2, 163 | required ~that he should be left to his own will, according 88 2, 163 | to Ecclus. 15:14, "God ~left" man "in the hand of his 89 2, 170 | not transferred from the left side to the right, unless 90 2, 178 | to the right, now to the ~left again and again; others 91 2, 178 | above and below, right and left, forwards and ~backwards, 92 2, 178 | it will be from right to left; if from the ~cause to the 93 2, 183 | 19:27): "Behold we have left all ~things and have followed 94 2, 183 | decision in such matters is left to human prudence.~Aquin.: 95 2, 184 | 19:27, "Behold we have left all things," observes, ~" 96 2, 187 | 22) that James and John "left ~their nets and father, 97 2, 187 | religion, the people would ~be left without a pastor's care, 98 3, 1 | fall. For first of all God ~left man under the natural law, 99 3, 16 | the change of him on whose left side he was. Hence ~in such 100 3, 25 | venerates whatever of his is left after his death, not only 101 3, 28 | written down: while others are left out to be supplied by our ~ 102 3, 29 | carnal intercourse: yet she left this to God's discretion. 103 3, 36 | at the birth of any ~man, left its orbit and made its way 104 3, 36 | itself: then, when they had left ~Herod, it showed itself 105 3, 39 | simplicity should not be left to wax cold. Nor let it 106 3, 41 | 4:11): "Then the devil left Him," i.e. after the ~temptation, " 107 3, 46 | account of sin, man was justly left by God under the devil's 108 3, 46 | right hand and one on His left, to set forth by the ~very 109 3, 46 | His right, others on His left hand." ~Thirdly, according 110 3, 46 | His right and one upon His left, to show that all mankind ~ 111 3, 46 | divided into right ~and left, those on the right being 112 3, 46 | behavior of the one ~on the left."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 113 3, 47 | Me?" because, to wit, He left Him to the power of His ~ 114 3, 49 | sinning, and who with ~justice left man under the devil's power. 115 3, 58 | the Father. For right and left are differences of bodily 116 3, 58 | latter ~is seated on his left. Consequently, if Christ 117 3, 58 | Father is seated on the left of the Son; ~which is unseemly.~ 118 3, 58 | beyond all place? Right and left belong ~to things definable 119 3, 58 | the ~Father will be on the left. But there" - that is, in 120 3, 58 | To sit on My right or left ~hand, is not Mine to give 121 3, 58 | the Father's right hand or left, but on Christ's.~ 122 3, 59 | were not dead, for he hath left one behind him that is like ~ 123 3, 59 | with honor and sometimes left unburied, ~and finally falls 124 3, 67 | I answer that, Augustine left this question without deciding 125 3, 69 | the nations which the Lord left, that by them He might ~ 126 3, 73 | in His proper species, He left ~Himself with them under 127 3, 80 | published, but are to ~be left to the Divine judgment.~ 128 3, 80 | unknown crimes ~are to be left to Him Who alone knows the 129 3, 80 | have children, should be left to their own judgment, ~ 130 3, 80 | such a person "is to be left to his own judgment." "But 131 3, 80 | But the ~remains of food left in the mouth, if swallowed 132 3, 83 | the people; should any be left over, ~they are not to be 133 3, 83 | he is certain that he has left out any ~of those that are 134 3, 84 | Baptism, this addition is left to the discretion of the ~ 135 Suppl, 8 | in particular it is not ~left to our choice. But the choice 136 Suppl, 8 | of a discreet priest is left to us as ~appears from the 137 Suppl, 8 | a discreet priest is not left to us in such a ~way that 138 Suppl, 8 | just as we like; but it is left to the permission of a ~ 139 Suppl, 16| evil done more than of good left undone, and which one ~was 140 Suppl, 22| fraught with danger should be left to the ~decision of superiors. 141 Suppl, 29| beginning where the other left off, or can begin over again ~ 142 Suppl, 29| Christ Himself, ~but were left by Him to be instituted 143 Suppl, 40| addition the "maniple" on the left arm; this ~signifies the 144 Suppl, 40| addition the ~"stole" over the left shoulder, as a sign that 145 Suppl, 64| of others who should be left to use their own discretion, ~ 146 Suppl, 65| hand is better than the left according to nature, but 147 Suppl, 70| yet has it not when it has left the ~body through death 148 Suppl, 71| from special suffrages be left over for those ~for whom 149 Suppl, 72| the Lord [*Vulg.: 'who are left, shall be taken . . . to ~ 150 Suppl, 75| all the remains that are left after the ~dissolution of 151 Suppl, 86| Mt. 19:28, "You who have left all things' [*Vulg.: ~'You 152 Suppl, 86| followed Me']" says: "Those who left all things and ~followed 153 Suppl, 89| maintained, nor an impression left on our intellect ~by the 154 Suppl, 93| number 100 we pass from the left to the right ~hand, so that 155 Suppl, 93| glory, ~while we are on the left on account of the imperfection 156 Appen1, 2| judgment as he was when he left the body, because "the tree . . . ~


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