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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | self-evident which are known ~as soon as the terms are known, 2 1, 2 | greater than its part. But as soon as the signification of ~ 3 1, 2 | mentally. Therefore, since as soon as the word ~"God" is understood 4 1, 12 | lofty understanding, as soon as one demonstrative principle ~ 5 1, 17 | are such as are ~known as soon as the terms are understood, 6 1, 39 | Father, but we find it as soon as ~we suppose the Son. 7 1, 42 | given that an agent, as soon as it exists, begins to 8 1, 45 | whose term it is, and as soon as it exists, action and 9 1, 62 | not confirmed in good as soon as they ~were created; the 10 1, 63 | their own will; because, as soon as he was made, the ~devil 11 1, 66 | Strabus and Bede ~say that as soon as created it was filled 12 1, 67 | East from the West. Yet as soon as the sun is at ~the horizon, 13 1, 39 | Father, but we find it as soon as we suppose the Son. So, 14 1, 42 | given that an agent, as soon as it exists, ~begins to 15 1, 46 | whose term it is, and as soon as it exists, action and 16 1, 63 | not confirmed in good as soon as they ~were created; the 17 1, 64 | their own will; because, as soon as he was made, the ~devil 18 1, 67 | Strabus and Bede ~say that as soon as created it was filled 19 1, 68 | East from the West. Yet as soon as the sun is at ~the horizon, 20 1, 78 | therefore, according to him, as soon as we ~cease to understand 21 1, 88 | lesser degree. Hence as soon as it ceases to act by turning 22 1, 94 | Dei xiii, 13) that, "as soon as they ~disobeyed the Divine 23 1, 99 | parent, is infused by God as soon as the human body is ~apt 24 1, 99 | Virgin Mother of God. And as soon as Adam had attained to 25 1, 100 | had perfect knowledge as soon as they were born.~Aquin.: 26 1, 112 | capable of instruction as soon as ~they are born, for they 27 1, 112 | appointed to guard children as soon as they are born.~Aquin.: 28 1, 116 | naturally understood as soon as proposed to the ~intellect. 29 1, 117 | one who sleeps. ~But as soon as it begins to attract 30 2, 13 | that thing. ~Wherefore as soon as an animal, whether by 31 2, 17 | natural instinct; because as ~soon as they apprehend the fitting 32 2, 25 | contrary evil ~that threatens soon to overtake us, which pertains 33 2, 31 | pleasure are corruptible, and ~soon pass away; whereas spiritual 34 2, 42 | through ~ignorance, but as soon as they discover that the 35 2, 48 | remedy. ~Consequently as soon as vengeance is present, 36 2, 48 | the very fact that anger soon spends itself proves the ~ 37 2, 48 | for as a great fire is soon spent having burnt ~up all 38 2, 48 | reason of its vehemence, soon dies away.~Aquin.: SMT FS 39 2, 58 | healthy condition, for as soon as reason commands, the 40 2, 66 | meaning of the terms: for as soon as we know what is a ~whole, 41 2, 67 | 85], A[1], ad 5, cease as soon as the body is corrupted. ~ 42 2, 67 | Phys. iii): so that as soon as this ~potentiality is 43 2, 71 | follow that a man ~sins as soon as he ceases doing what 44 2, 74 | have been cast aside as soon as it touched the mind," 45 2, 74 | naturally, and rejects it, as soon as he had ~thus apprehended 46 2, 77 | passion, which is weak and soon ~passes away.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 78 | incites the will to sin, soon passes away, so that man 48 2, 78 | repents of his ~sin, and soon returns to his good intentions; 49 2, 81 | are taken to be baptized soon after ~their birth, to show 50 2, 86 | remains in ~him: but as soon as, moved by grace, he returns 51 2, 86 | is not reunited to him as soon as the movement ~ceases, 52 2, 89 | unless it turns to God as soon as possible. ~For the first 53 2, 95 | has to be pronounced as soon as it arises: ~and it is 54 2, 98 | given to that people as soon ~as they were collected 55 2, 99 | as they obeyed it; and as soon as they departed from the 56 2, 102 | air. Again, fish die as ~soon as they are taken out of 57 2, 105 | tenant to pay his ~rent as soon as he takes a house. Therefore 58 2, 105 | the affairs of a nation as soon as they settled down in ~ 59 2, 106 | Holy Ghost was given as soon as Christ was glorified 60 2, 10 | over their ~children as soon as these were Christians. 61 2, 10 | against its parents' wish. As soon, however, as it begins to 62 2, 11 | is there for heretics, as soon as ~they are convicted of 63 2, 12 | faith. Consequently, as soon as sentence of ~excommunication 64 2, 14 | his ~understanding, if, as soon as he apprehends a property 65 2, 23 | charity begins to progress as soon as it begins to be. ~Therefore 66 2, 23 | canon. Joan. Tract. v) "As ~soon as charity is born it takes 67 2, 23 | Peter lost charity; yet he soon recovered it.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 31 | him in ~private, but as soon as we are able to judge 69 2, 38 | Body Para. 2/2~However, as soon as the need ceases, it is 70 2, 66 | may have to ~be pronounced soon afterwards, the certainty 71 2, 68 | bound to make them known as soon as they come to our ~knowledge, 72 2, 71 | killed the flesh that was soon to rise ~again." From this 73 2, 81 | should not be broken off too soon." And just as we must judge 74 2, 86 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: As soon as a man comes of age, if 75 2, 92 | Poet. iv), ~wherefore as soon as the uncultured man saw 76 2, 93 | might say that it will rain soon.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 77 2, 102 | the express command as soon as he understands his superior' 78 2, 104 | do, it is a favor: for as soon as he ~does anything from 79 2, 104 | that wishes to repay too soon, is an ~unwilling debtor, 80 2, 135 | time, because often they soon pass away: wherefore it 81 2, 139 | painful hurt; wherefore it soon passes, although its impetus ~ 82 2, 143 | perceived to be beautiful as soon as it is apprehended, ~it 83 2, 154 | passion. And since passion soon passes, ~whereas a habit 84 2, 154 | man repents at once, as soon as the passion has ~passed; 85 2, 161 | the serpent, but that as ~soon as the serpent had spoken 86 2, 169 | devotion be extinguished as soon as it is kindled."~Aquin.: 87 2, 169 | to error, "they are very soon ~set aright by the Holy 88 2, 170 | lofty things of heaven as soon as we hear ~them, we know 89 2, 170 | hear ~them, we know them as soon as we love them, for to 90 2, 181 | dissociated from one another as soon as that spirit departs, 91 2, 182 | perfection of his nature as soon ~as he is born, which perfection 92 2, 187 | he is obliged to enter as soon as he can, through the ~ 93 3, 27 | the use ~of free will as soon as they are sanctified by 94 3, 28 | eyes are turned from God as soon as His mercy has been obtained. 95 3, 30 | Zachary ~and to Mary, as soon as they were disturbed, 96 3, 33 | says (Moral. xviii): "As soon as the angel ~announced 97 3, 33 | angel ~announced it, as soon as the Spirit came down, 98 3, 33 | into another ~man's body as soon as it is formed, so was 99 3, 34 | Regist. ix, Ep. 61): "As soon as the Word entered the 100 3, 34 | hindered. Thus fire, as soon as it is generated, begins 101 3, 34 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As soon as counsel or deliberation 102 3, 34 | deliberation of counsel, as soon as this ~comes to an end 103 3, 36 | that the Magi set off as soon as they saw the star, and 104 3, 36 | killed the babes, not as soon as the Magi ~departed, but 105 3, 37 | the latter died unnamed soon after birth?" Therefore 106 3, 38 | Christ's baptism began as soon as He had been baptized; 107 3, 38 | this ~did not take place as soon as Christ was baptized.~ 108 3, 44 | a short time, for it is soon over, as those know who ~ 109 3, 51 | their ~lifetime; but as soon as they die, their deeds 110 3, 51 | sadness and weakness, but as soon as He is crucified, everything 111 3, 53 | for even if he had ~risen soon after his death, and his 112 3, 56 | should have risen again as soon as He rose.~Aquin.: SMT 113 3, 62 | should cease to ~exist as soon as the sacrament is complete. 114 3, 66 | have been binding on man as soon ~as it was instituted. But 115 3, 66 | Append. ~Serm., clxxxv): "As soon as Christ was plunged into 116 3, 66 | make Baptism obligatory ~as soon as it was instituted; but 117 3, 68 | conferred on ~adults as soon as they are converted, but 118 3, 74 | must in the chalice, ~as soon as it has been squeezed 119 3, 80 | touched by sinners. But ~as soon as the body of sin was taken 120 3, 83 | particular words, he ~remembers soon after that he has said them; 121 3, 84 | cause for sorrow: but as soon as the good will is forfeited 122 3, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As soon as a man falls into sin, 123 Suppl, 1 | and remains no more, as soon as charity comes. Now attrition 124 Suppl, 2 | and yet is bound to, as soon as ~he can.~Aquin.: SMT 125 Suppl, 6 | to confess their ~sins as soon as they shall come to the 126 Suppl, 6 | everyone is bound to confess as soon ~as possible.~Aquin.: SMT 127 Suppl, 6 | bound to receive ~Baptism as soon as he makes up his mind 128 Suppl, 6 | to confess at once, as ~soon as he has a reasonable and 129 Suppl, 8 | confess again to a priest, as soon as there is one at ~hand, 130 Suppl, 13| satisfy for another, as soon as he takes the ~debt of 131 Suppl, 14| unless he was contrite as soon as he had ~sinned, and did 132 Suppl, 43| can become betrothed as soon as future marriage can ~ 133 Suppl, 62| on his own judgment, as soon as he ~has evidence of her 134 Suppl, 69| corporeal place, and yet as ~soon as it was made it was filled 135 Suppl, 69| reward or ~punishment, as soon as the soul is set free 136 Suppl, 71| that the ~dying person, as soon as he provides for certain 137 Suppl, 72| Josias was not ~glorified as soon as it went out from his 138 Suppl, 72| expelled from that heaven as soon as they sinned.~Aquin.: 139 Suppl, 72| proper and former state as soon ~as it is taken from the 140 Suppl, 73| called His voice, because ~as soon as He appears all nature 141 Suppl, 81| whatever is moved equally soon to what is near and what ~ 142 Suppl, 81| glorified body reaches ~equally soon to any distance, like the 143 Suppl, 84| for them, thou wilt ~very soon blot them out; but if thou 144 Suppl, 84| with ~confusion," says: "As soon as they shall see the Judge, 145 Suppl, 88| heavenly body ~will cease as soon as man is glorified.~Aquin.: 146 Appen1, 2| from this punishment as soon as another.~Aquin.: SMT


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