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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | His actions, and this is owing to a certain parallel. For ~ 2 1, 19 | relation to ~an effect; owing to a deficiency in the effect, 3 1, 19 | contingent ~events on this earth, owing to a defect not in the solar 4 1, 21 | pieces of money, though owing him only one hundred, ~does 5 1, 39 | terms can be so predicated, owing to the real ~identity of 6 1, 40 | these have thought thus owing to the mode of signification 7 1, 41 | would not be possible except owing to a ~material distinction: 8 1, 42 | equality by ~due growth, unless owing to a defect in the principle 9 1, 57 | is not known by ~another owing to a twofold hindrance; 10 1, 58 | ordinance. Consequently, owing to their upright will, from 11 1, 61 | has a kind of affinity ~owing to its subtlety and transparency. 12 1, 62 | straightway in possession thereof, owing to his natural dignity. ~ 13 1, 62 | order of such ~power, but owing to some intervening hindrance; 14 1, 68 | the extreme cold of Saturn owing to its nearness to the waters 15 1, 39 | terms can be so predicated, owing to the real ~identity of 16 1, 40 | these have thought thus owing to the mode of signification 17 1, 41 | would not be possible except owing to a ~material distinction: 18 1, 42 | equality by ~due growth, unless owing to a defect in the principle 19 1, 58 | is not known by ~another owing to a twofold hindrance; 20 1, 59 | ordinance. Consequently, owing to their upright will, from 21 1, 62 | has a kind of affinity ~owing to its subtlety and transparency. 22 1, 63 | straightway in possession thereof, owing to his natural dignity. ~ 23 1, 63 | order of such ~power, but owing to some intervening hindrance; 24 1, 69 | the extreme cold of Saturn owing to its nearness to the waters 25 1, 78 | are said because it is not owing to ~the active intellect 26 1, 84 | from the smell, this is owing to the sight, forasmuch 27 1, 93 | separate substances, was not owing to the fact that the body ~ 28 1, 96 | Likewise neither would this be owing to grace; for the ~first 29 1, 99 | this would not have been owing to ~their being confirmed 30 1, 102 | some ~proximate cause, is owing to some other cause, itself 31 1, 103 | the cause of ~diversity owing to generation and corruption. 32 1, 104 | downward direction; for it is owing to the influence of a ~heavenly 33 2, 1 | irrational ~nature, but owing to some one possessed of 34 2, 2 | Mk. 8:38 with Lk. 12:8 ~owing to a possible variant in 35 2, 2 | rest in good: thus it ~is owing to the same natural force 36 2, 5 | Happiness has a beginning owing to the condition of the ~ 37 2, 29 | of the natural appetite, owing to one and the same ~thing 38 2, 29 | of the animal appetite, owing to one and the same thing 39 2, 40 | tend downwards. This is owing to the inerrancy which the ~ 40 2, 40 | heart expands: and it is owing to the heart being expanded 41 2, 43 | cause of ~fear: for it is owing to some lack of power that 42 2, 43 | of fear: because it is owing to the fact that the cause 43 2, 43 | accidentally, in ~so far as owing to some defect someone wishes 44 2, 43 | account of the ~lack of power, owing to which they are not confident 45 2, 44 | dreadful. ~Consequently owing to the want of right judgment, 46 2, 51 | certain natural habits, owing their ~existence, partly 47 2, 51 | natural habit. For it is owing to the ~very nature of the 48 2, 60 | for instance, we see that owing to the one action of ~the 49 2, 61 | belongs to justice. ~Again, owing to the fact that it is a " 50 2, 63 | taken in the sense that, ~owing to the natural disposition 51 2, 71 | vices and sins in man is owing to the ~fact that he follows 52 2, 72 | character of end; and it is owing to this that they ~give 53 2, 73 | so far, to wit, as it is owing to his ~will being strongly 54 2, 77 | flesh, in so far as it is owing to a condition of the ~flesh 55 2, 84 | inclination to this contempt, owing to the ~corruption of nature; 56 2, 85 | is not reduced to ~act is owing to their being deprived 57 2, 85 | concupiscence," for it is owing to these ~three that a man 58 2, 85 | corresponding to its measure. Lastly owing to its form, each thing 59 2, 94 | in themselves. For it is owing ~to the various conditions 60 2, 97 | endures without change, owing ~to the unchangeableness 61 2, 105 | He to whom any thing is owing from his friend or neighbor 62 2, 108 | are ~expedient to all; but owing to some people being ill-disposed, 63 2, 4 | A[3]). Therefore it is owing ~to charity that faith is 64 2, 14 | as evidenced in one who, owing to his affection for carnal ~ 65 2, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is owing to the fact that the carnal 66 2, 18 | 1/2~I answer that, It is owing to its servility that servile 67 2, 20 | there may be presumption owing to lack ~of moderation. 68 2, 20 | were possible. Now it is owing to ignorance ~that one deems 69 2, 20 | from vainglory; for it is owing to a great desire for ~glory, 70 2, 35 | something else, which was owing to ~human deficiency: for 71 2, 38 | fast-days they exacted what was owing to them, were guilty of 72 2, 49 | of goodness: since it is owing to different causes ~that 73 2, 56 | rectified, because it is owing to disorder of the ~passions 74 2, 68 | fault on his part, ~and this owing either to a defect in the 75 2, 68 | household ties, or again owing to ~some external condition, 76 2, 68 | deformity. The first is ~owing to perjury, since witnesses 77 2, 68 | a mortal sin. Secondly, owing to the violation of ~justice, 78 2, 68 | away his justice. Thirdly, owing to the falsehood itself, ~ 79 2, 68 | in terms of certainty. Owing however to the frailty of 80 2, 92 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It was owing to the general custom among 81 2, 92 | idolatry in the first age, owing to the recent ~remembrance 82 2, 104 | greater on two ~counts. First, owing to the quantity of the thing 83 2, 107 | rather than to ~the other, is owing to the fact that the virtue' 84 2, 108 | disposition, seeing that it ~was owing to some praiseworthy sentiment 85 2, 121 | for sometimes this is ~owing to ignorance, through not 86 2, 121 | danger; ~sometimes it is owing to the fact that one is 87 2, 121 | danger; and sometimes this is owing to a certain science and 88 2, 139 | are opposed to reason is owing to the fact that ~the sensitive 89 2, 142 | the name of Jesus." It is owing to imperfection of virtue 90 2, 145 | fast through ~necessity, owing to lack of food. Much more 91 2, 145 | their natural weakness, owing to which they need to ~take 92 2, 145 | they need much ~nourishment owing to the demands of growth, 93 2, 147 | accidentally. This is sometimes owing to a circumstance ~on the 94 2, 153 | causes. For sometimes it is owing to a bodily cause: because 95 2, 154 | incontinence; since it is owing to ~a bodily disposition 96 2, 154 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is owing to the impulse of passion 97 2, 154 | from the bodily temperament owing to the ~quickness of the 98 2, 173 | something, it ~may happen, owing to the violence of his affection, 99 2, 178 | from the ~soul, and this is owing to the discoursing of reason. 100 3, 26 | Principally in England, where, ~owing to the influence of St. 101 3, 36 | length in thirteen days, owing partly to the Divine ~assistance, 102 3, 46 | when a man cannot get away owing to the violence of someone ~ 103 3, 47 | to put any man to death" owing ~to the sacredness of the 104 3, 47 | marvelous works, it was owing to their hatred that they 105 3, 49 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It was owing to a special dispensation 106 3, 52 | hell for the ~reason, that, owing to our first parent's sin, 107 3, 52 | in this world; but it was owing to the very different condition ~ 108 3, 52 | sin are detained in hell owing to their first ~parent's 109 3, 53 | reckoned from darkness to light owing to man's restoration." And 110 3, 54 | 14], A[1], ad 2), it was ~owing to the Divine economy that 111 3, 55 | it completely, especially owing to the testimonies of the ~ 112 3, 56 | dead who shall rise again, ~owing to distance of time and 113 3, 57 | with ~God. Consequently, owing to this very fittingness, 114 3, 64 | sacraments are holy in themselves owing ~to their mystical consecration. 115 3, 74 | unlikeness as to the accidents, owing either to the matter, ~or 116 3, 74 | since this is unbecoming ~owing to the impurity of the must. 117 3, 77 | whose body ~needs repair owing to constant waste: and yet 118 3, 77 | sacramental species nourish owing to the remaining substantial ~ 119 3, 77 | that bodies are ~breakable owing to a certain disposition 120 3, 77 | and Christ's blood, which owing to its ~incorruptibility 121 3, 77 | remain the same numerically owing to the blending of ~extraneous 122 3, 78 | spoken by Christ, because owing to Christ's ~infinite power, 123 3, 79 | is the ~other forgiven: owing to Christ's infinite power 124 3, 80 | Therefore, it ~seems that owing to such defilement of the 125 3, 80 | mortal sin, nevertheless, owing to their cause, ~they have 126 3, 80 | decency, can ~be set aside owing to any necessity, as Gregory 127 3, 80 | if it be mortal sin, then owing to its cause it ~hinders 128 3, 81 | for that same good." And owing to that ingratitude, "what 129 3, 81 | form of the words, but ~owing to the different dispositions 130 3, 82 | men ~are more prone to it, owing to fleshly concupiscence. 131 3, 82 | has rendered him incapable owing to the wasting away of his 132 3, 83 | considerations. Now since, owing to our daily defects, we 133 3, 83 | first part of the day," owing ~to any necessity; as is 134 3, 83 | consecrated again, except owing to the causes ~mentioned 135 3, 83 | linen material is ~becoming, owing to its cleanness, to denote 136 3, 83 | purity of conscience, and, ~owing to the manifold labor with 137 3, 83 | sometimes comes to pass owing to the cold that the ~host 138 3, 83 | sometimes, too, it happens, owing to the priest's want ~of 139 3, 83 | of Bede ~the Priest: "If, owing to drunkenness or gluttony, 140 3, 87 | declares (Rm. 4:8), it is owing to God's grace that He does 141 Suppl, 2 | forgotten it, because this is owing to his neglect. If, however, 142 Suppl, 8 | lessening of his punishment, owing to the ~merit derived from 143 Suppl, 17| on ~account of his yet owing a debt of temporal punishment.~ 144 Suppl, 41| individuals. And ~it is owing to this difference, as well 145 Suppl, 53| Cf. Is. 52:11]. But it is owing to the Church's ordinance 146 Suppl, 58| thoughts, and because, ~owing to a vivid imagination, 147 Suppl, 79| sight; nor will ~this be owing to defective senses, but 148 Suppl, 82| body be not transparent is owing to the fact that ~the clarity 149 Suppl, 84| a cause of this kind is ~owing to the fact that shame regards 150 Suppl, 89| not understood ~by us is owing to our defect: wherefore 151 Suppl, 89| us after being ~unseen is owing to a change not in Him but 152 Suppl, 89| however, are not seen is owing to the deficiency ~of the 153 Suppl, 93| conflict of the flesh, but ~owing to the exceeding strength 154 Suppl, 93| by nature. For it is not owing ~to a virtue that angels 155 Suppl, 95| of their own obstinacy, owing to which they are ~under


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