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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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remove

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | simultaneously-whole" is used to remove the idea of time, and ~the 2 1, 13 | these names are used to remove, or ~to express the relation 3 1, 14 | This however does not ~remove necessity from it; for whatever 4 1, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God can remove all corruption of the mind 5 1, 30 | plurality ~is employed to remove unity, and unity to remove 6 1, 30 | remove unity, and unity to remove plurality; it follows ~that 7 1, 30 | applied to God in order to remove something; and ~not to denote 8 1, 30 | anything real in God, but ~remove something from Him. Others, 9 1, 30 | multitude. Multitude does not remove unity, but ~division from 10 1, 31 | disparity": ~and lest we remove similitude, we avoid the 11 1, 31 | from God; much less does it remove respective solitude, in ~ 12 1, 32 | ordered to any act, but simply remove created ~conditions from 13 1, 42 | says (De Synod. Can. 27): ~"Remove bodily weakness, remove 14 1, 42 | Remove bodily weakness, remove the beginning of conception, 15 1, 42 | beginning of conception, remove pain ~and all human shortcomings, 16 1, 74 | it is added, in order to remove that error, that ~God Himself 17 1, 42 | says (De Synod. Can. 27): ~"Remove bodily weakness, remove 18 1, 42 | Remove bodily weakness, remove the beginning of conception, 19 1, 42 | beginning of conception, remove pain ~and all human shortcomings, 20 1, 73 | it is added, in order to remove that error, that ~God Himself 21 1, 88 | habit ~is a quality hard to remove: yet sometimes knowledge 22 1, 90 | A[4] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~To remove the difficulty some have 23 1, 96 | sensation and sleep do not remove from man his natural disposition, 24 2, 1 | appetite; consequently, if you remove ~this principle, there will 25 2, 9 | the imagination, does ~not remove the sensitive appetite: 26 2, 15 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, if you remove what is first, you remove 27 2, 15 | remove what is first, you remove what follows. ~But consent 28 2, 19 | obstacles we are unable to remove: for instance, a man intends 29 2, 23 | on animals, in order to remove the obstacles that hinder 30 2, 28 | an intense love seeks to remove ~everything that opposes 31 2, 48 | moved with ~greater heat to remove the hindrance to the object 32 2, 65 | which they are acquired, remove also the ~contrary dispositions.~ 33 2, 67 | is a quality difficult to remove: for it is not easily lost, ~ 34 2, 67 | remains living, and when you remove living, there remains ~being." 35 2, 67 | impossible. Because when ~you remove a specific difference, the 36 2, 67 | identically the same: thus if you remove the difference ~constituting 37 2, 68 | a quality ~difficult to remove," as stated in the Predicaments ( 38 2, 82 | entirely; and ~privations that remove something entirely, such 39 2, 87 | equality of justice, and to remove the scandal given ~to others, 40 2, 89 | fervor of charity in order to remove them.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 41 2, 98 | a wise lawgiver should remove, not only evil, but also ~ 42 2, 99 | the Godhead; in order to remove the manifold errors ~to 43 2, 103 | divine worship, and ~to remove impediments from them, " 44 2, 105 | the Old Law, in order to remove this danger, ordered ~things 45 2, 105 | people: and in ~order to remove doubts of this kind, it 46 2, 105 | and therefore, in order to remove doubts of this kind, the 47 2, 2 | to be unseen. ~But they remove obstacles to faith, by showing 48 2, 4 | accidentally, in so far as they remove obstacles to belief. Thus ~ 49 2, 19 | 1~On the contrary, If we remove that which follows, that 50 2, 23 | directed ~to the end, does not remove the love for the end, as 51 2, 28 | and, in consequence, ~to remove whatever may be an obstacle 52 2, 56 | latter necessity does not remove merit, ~when a man does 53 2, 60 | loss on a man is bound to remove that ~loss. Now it happens 54 2, 62 | Wherefore he who ~does not remove something whence homicide 55 2, 62 | results whereas he ought to ~remove it, is in a sense guilty 56 2, 63 | violence. But this does not remove the injury as affecting 57 2, 66 | Penance, we are unable to remove ~the defamation." Therefore 58 2, 66 | wherefore the Pope also can remove this disgrace. When Pope 59 2, 66 | Gelasius ~says: "We cannot remove the disgrace," he may mean 60 2, 66 | it is not ~expedient to remove it, or again he may be referring 61 2, 106 | inclination of ~nature to remove harm, for which reason animals 62 2, 120 | instructed in religion, so as ~to remove the obstacles to true religion. 63 2, 120 | virtue it is necessary ~to remove obstacles to true religion 64 2, 121 | presents ~itself. In order to remove this obstacle fortitude 65 2, 121 | virtue of ~fortitude to remove any obstacle that withdraws 66 2, 147 | needs be a special virtue to remove it. Now intoxicating drink 67 2, 147 | fumes. Wherefore in order to remove this hindrance to ~reason 68 2, 153 | But continence does not remove the evil act of ~the concupiscible: 69 2, 154 | disposition difficult to remove," the result is ~that the 70 2, 154 | which is ~difficult to remove, whereas the inclination 71 2, 159 | Hence our ~Lord, in order to remove an obstacle to our spiritual 72 2, 175 | grace directly, but only ~remove the obstacles thereto. For 73 2, 175 | works, which, however, remove the obstacles to grace.~ 74 2, 176 | faith, so ~that I could remove mountains," or of other 75 2, 176 | shall say to this ~mountain: Remove from hence hither, and it 76 2, 176 | hence hither, and it shall remove." Now "faith ~without works 77 2, 176 | faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not 78 2, 180 | wherefore it does not ~remove the idea of merit, but causes 79 2, 183 | he is unable himself to remove ~the impediment that makes 80 2, 183 | the latter be willing to remove the ~impediment, he is bound 81 2, 184 | perfection a man is required to remove ~from himself whatever may 82 2, 186 | virtue]. ~It also helps to remove the desire of riches, wherefore 83 2, 186 | doing away with riches we remove certain ~obstacles to charity; 84 2, 187 | obstacles to perfect charity, remove ~also the occasions of sin: 85 3, 18 | Father, if Thou wilt, ~remove this chalice from Me. But 86 3, 21 | Origen 7): "When ~He says 'Remove this chalice from Me,' He 87 3, 30 | unbelief, but in order to remove her astonishment.~Aquin.: 88 3, 42 | Lk. 1:79), it belonged to remove occasions of error, and 89 3, 44 | Further, there is no need to remove at the same time things 90 3, 48 | consequently, in order to remove such hindrances, "it was 91 3, 52 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if you remove the cause, you remove the 92 3, 52 | you remove the cause, you remove the effect. But that ~Christ 93 3, 54 | an imaginary body: but to remove ~their fears He presently 94 3, 64 | cleanse," ~inasmuch as they remove the unclean from the body 95 3, 69 | the heavenly kingdom is to remove ~the obstacle that prevents 96 3, 69 | effect of Baptism is to remove guilt. But in some it takes 97 3, 70 | since a form does ~not remove a privation save by informing 98 3, 71 | are done in the exorcism remove the twofold ~impediment 99 3, 71 | effect this; they ~merely remove these impediments. Consequently, 100 3, 83 | this was given in order to ~remove idolatry.~Aquin.: SMT TP 101 3, 83 | order ~by its good odor, to remove any disagreeable smell that 102 3, 86 | of itself sufficient to remove all debt ~of punishment, 103 3, 86 | One human act does not remove all the remnants of sin, ~ 104 3, 87 | not necessary in order to remove venial ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT 105 3, 87 | mortal sin, but in ~order to remove venial sin, it is necessary 106 Suppl, 2 | 3: If ignorance were to remove altogether the will to do 107 Suppl, 2 | and sometimes it does not ~remove the will altogether, and 108 Suppl, 3 | us of His grace, yet some remove us further away than others, ~ 109 Suppl, 8 | anyone who has the power to ~remove that impediment can permit 110 Suppl, 12| 82], A[3].] But we cannot remove the "fomes" in this life. ~ 111 Suppl, 12| But man by ~himself cannot remove sin. Much less therefore 112 Suppl, 12| Much less therefore can he remove the cause of ~sin; and so 113 Suppl, 12| privation and of evil than to remove the evil ~itself, which 114 Suppl, 14| since they are ~unable to remove or diminish guilt. Secondly, 115 Suppl, 17| Christ Man had the power to remove the above obstacle, through 116 Suppl, 17| but because he does not remove an ~obstacle which is there, 117 Suppl, 17| is there, since he cannot remove it unless God has already ~ 118 Suppl, 18| punishment is required to remove that blemish. ~Wherefore 119 Suppl, 18| to loose or to open is to remove an obstacle, so ~to bind 120 Suppl, 19| Sin, of itself, does not remove matter, as certain ~punishments 121 Suppl, 29| make an institution and to remove it belongs to the same ~ 122 Suppl, 32| sacrament is given in order to remove the remnants ~of sin, whether 123 Suppl, 39| and other defects which remove the use of reason ~occasion 124 Suppl, 50| Further, no impediment can remove from a thing that which 125 Suppl, 56| consequently in order to remove the occasion of sin this ~ 126 Suppl, 62| Whereas fornication does not remove the ~said tie, so that the 127 Suppl, 67| Mosaic nor human laws could remove all that was ~contrary to 128 Suppl, 72| cleansing of the world will ~remove from it the stain contracted 129 Suppl, 72| of that fire will be to remove from bodies ~their indisposition 130 Suppl, 72| cleansing will be chiefly to remove all ~imperfection from the 131 Suppl, 79| Divine ~power is able to remove" whatever qualities He will " 132 Suppl, 79| consumed the ~wood, so will He remove passibility from the humors 133 Suppl, 80| accidents. If we were to remove absolutely every ~accident 134 Suppl, 80| quality: wherefore if we remove from a body the fact of ~ 135 Suppl, 80| Hence it is that if we remove all else in a ~thing from 136 Suppl, 80| matter). Accordingly if we remove matter, there can be no 137 Suppl, 86| will be discussed, not to remove ~the uncertainty of their 138 Suppl, 87| supervene, and does not ~remove that cause. Accordingly 139 Suppl, 87| is in the damned does not remove the natural proportion whereby 140 Suppl, 88| Further, glory does not remove nature. But the movement 141 Suppl, 94| Job 18:18), "And God shall remove him out of the ~globe [Douay: ' 142 Suppl, 94| words of Job, "God shall remove him out of the globe," ~ 143 Appen1, 2| moment of life, does not remove the corruption of concupiscence;


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