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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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destroy

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | therefore grace does not destroy nature but perfects it, ~ 2 1, 1 | confusion and ~deception and destroy all force of argument. Hence 3 1, 5 | sight; yet it ~does not destroy every mode, species and 4 1, 19 | and to pull down, ~and to destroy it; but if that nation shall 5 1, 19 | For when we ~repent, we destroy what we have made; although 6 1, 19 | same time ~intending to destroy it later. Therefore God 7 1, 21 | clear that mercy does not destroy justice, but ~in a sense 8 1, 22 | necessity upon things so as to destroy their contingency.~Aquin.: 9 1, 23 | consideration; since they do not destroy contingency in ~things, 10 1, 25 | the ~impossible, then we destroy also the necessary; for 11 1, 48 | belongs to Providence ~not to destroy, but to save nature," as 12 1, 49 | evil could be, it would destroy itself"; because all good ~ 13 1, 62 | But ~beatitude does not destroy nature, since it is its 14 1, 49 | belongs to Providence ~not to destroy, but to save nature," as 15 1, 50 | evil could be, it would destroy itself"; because all good ~ 16 1, 63 | But ~beatitude does not destroy nature, since it is its 17 2, 5 | Sovereign Good does not ~destroy the nature of Happiness, 18 2, 5 | This imperfection does not destroy the true nature of ~Happiness; 19 2, 6 | If concupiscence were to destroy knowledge altogether, as ~ 20 2, 10 | Divine ~providence, not to destroy but to preserve the nature 21 2, 33 | that "bodily pleasures ~destroy the estimate of prudence, 22 2, 34 | that hinder the reason or destroy ~prudence, but extraneous 23 2, 35 | many ways, either so as to destroy it ~altogether, or as to 24 2, 36 | desired, ~in so far as they destroy the unity which is due. 25 2, 37 | use of reason, than ~to destroy life: since we observe that 26 2, 48 | bitterness ~with a tendency to destroy, for it seeks to be avenged 27 2, 59 | vi, 5) that "pleasures destroy the judgment of ~prudence": 28 2, 63 | one sinful act does not destroy a habit of acquired virtue, 29 2, 69 | wrangling and fighting to destroy their enemies ~so as to 30 2, 73 | because venial sin does not destroy virtue; ~while mortal sin 31 2, 73 | of mortal sin, does not destroy the habit of acquired ~virtue; 32 2, 73 | reason is such as not to destroy ~the order of reason altogether; 33 2, 73 | folly of his heart shall destroy his own soul." Now theft 34 2, 85 | consequently it does not destroy it entirely.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 85 | all." But sin does not ~destroy the good of nature. Therefore 36 2, 85 | nature. Therefore it does not destroy mode, species ~and order.~ 37 2, 87 | away from God, so as to destroy charity, ~considered in 38 2, 88 | means to overthrow, to destroy, hence 'perversion' of God' 39 2, 88 | good works that it may ~destroy them." Therefore even good 40 2, 89 | sins ~be multiplied, they destroy the beauty of our souls 41 2, 89 | because venial sins do ~not destroy the edifice.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 93 | flesh dominate ~so far as to destroy the whole good of his nature: 43 2, 93 | A[2]) that sin does not destroy entirely ~the good of nature.~ 44 2, 102 | lest the Gentiles might destroy it. The third reason is 45 2, 106 | nature, which sin does not destroy: whereas things ~pertaining 46 2, 107 | 5:17): "I am not come to destroy, ~but to fulfil": and went 47 2, 10 | Unbelief does not so wholly destroy natural reason in ~unbelievers, 48 2, 18 | 28): "Fear Him ~that can destroy both soul and body into 49 2, 20 | Since ~therefore contraries destroy one another, it seems that 50 2, 23 | determinate sins, ~which destroy the habit of faith or of 51 2, 24 | be men, ~for sin does not destroy nature. Therefore we ought 52 2, 24 | 2: Further, sin does not destroy nature. Now it is in keeping 53 2, 31 | virtuous act be such as not to destroy the ~virtue altogether, 54 2, 31 | 85], AA[1],2), does not destroy the good ~of nature so as 55 2, 41 | according to Rm. ~14:15: "Destroy not him with thy meat for 56 2, 42 | perfection, because it does not destroy the habit of charity, since 57 2, 44 | prosperity of fools ~shall destroy them." But no man is destroyed 58 2, 45 | knowledge of universals does not destroy the ~principal part of prudence, 59 2, 51 | Reply OBJ 3: Carnal vices destroy the judgment of reason so 60 2, 57 | temple of God, him shall God destroy."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 61 2, 64 | justice, since he does not destroy its ~equality. Yet a man 62 2, 64 | an adulterer . . . shall destroy his own ~soul."~Aquin.: 63 2, 73 | and the ~tale-bearer to destroy friendship, so too the derider 64 2, 75 | subtraction would not seem to destroy the equality of ~justice. ~ 65 2, 76 | is to dwell in it, not to destroy ~it. Wherefore in such things 66 2, 105 | charity: since it does not destroy the habit of charity, but ~ 67 2, 108 | gloss on Ps. 5:7, "Thou wilt destroy all that speak a ~lie," 68 2, 108 | written (Ps. ~6:7): "Thou wilt destroy all that speak a lie," and ( 69 2, 108 | says on Ps. 5:7, "Thou wilt destroy," etc.: ~"There are two 70 2, 108 | words of Ps. 5:7, "Thou wilt destroy all that speak a ~lie."~ 71 2, 114 | same deceive thee, and destroy the way of thy steps." Therefore 72 2, 116 | iv, 1) that "tyrants who destroy cities and ~despoil sacred 73 2, 120 | because venial sin does not destroy holiness.~Aquin.: SMT SS 74 2, 149 | Ps. 72:27): ~"Thou shalt destroy [Vulg.: 'hast destroyed'] 75 2, 150 | midwife has been known to destroy by touch the proof of virginity 76 2, 151 | unlawful pleasures should destroy His temple which thou hast 77 2, 156 | execution of the act, does not ~destroy the rectitude of reason. 78 2, 160 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: A sin may destroy a virtue in two ways. In 79 2, 160 | in wait for good deeds to destroy them." ~Therefore pride 80 2, 163 | belongs to providence not to destroy, but to maintain, nature." 81 2, 165 | divine wisdom strive to destroy the worship of ~God."~Aquin.: 82 2, 166 | relaxation of mind, we destroy all that harmony which is 83 2, 169 | and to pull down and to destroy it. If that nation ~against 84 2, 172 | and to pull down, ~and to destroy it. If that nation against 85 2, 184 | entering into ~the heart, they destroy life at its very outset." 86 3, 3 | temporal birth would not destroy this. But the Son of God ~ 87 3, 26 | all need a Redeemer to destroy the stain contracted ~PARTIALLY 88 3, 28 | Word, deigning to be born, destroy virginity."~Aquin.: SMT 89 3, 29 | Nazareth? Art Thou come to destroy us? ~I know . . . Thou art 90 3, 33 | by assuming human nature, destroy a pre-existing ~hypostasis 91 3, 40 | think that I am come ~to destroy the Law or the Prophets." 92 3, 41 | Christ was come in order to destroy the works of the ~devil, 93 3, 41 | appeared, ~that He might destroy the works of the devil." 94 3, 41 | is not for the same ~to destroy the works of a certain one 95 3, 41 | Reply OBJ 2: Christ came to destroy the works of the devil, 96 3, 44 | Divine providence not to destroy, but to preserve, nature." ~ 97 3, 46 | Christ had come in order to destroy death, not His own, (for 98 3, 46 | Himself our death, and to destroy it. Acknowledge, then, that 99 3, 46 | the ~ungodly that He might destroy ungodliness by His power. 100 3, 50 | through death He might destroy him who had the empire of 101 3, 53 | that ~by His death He would destroy the darkness of sin and 102 3, 56 | privation of life, then to destroy ~death seems to be nothing 103 3, 59 | Nazareth? art Thou come to destroy us?" Thirdly, as to the ~ 104 3, 60 | such ~an omission does not destroy the essential sense of the 105 3, 60 | the word "for" does ~not destroy the essential sense of the 106 3, 60 | addition be such as not to destroy the ~essential sense, the 107 3, 60 | essential sense, does not destroy ~the essence of the sacrament.~ 108 3, 64 | does a ~perverse intention destroy a sacrament: for instance, 109 3, 66 | hand, is not so great as to destroy the species of water. And ~ 110 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: Chrism does not destroy the nature of the water 111 3, 66 | such diversity does ~not destroy the oneness of Baptism.~ 112 3, 69 | at a ~future time He will destroy it."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] 113 3, 74 | addition of water as to destroy the species of the wine. 114 3, 84 | contrary to penance, so as to destroy the ~habitual disposition 115 3, 84 | moderates sorrow but does not destroy it ~altogether.~Aquin.: 116 3, 84 | intention, this ~does not destroy the fact that his former 117 3, 84 | for He is always ready to destroy them, lest what He created ~ 118 3, 85 | The first virtue is to ~destroy the old man, and hate sin 119 3, 86 | first, because this would destroy free-will, secondly, because ~ 120 3, 90 | Further, that which can destroy the greater, can destroy 121 3, 90 | destroy the greater, can destroy the ~lesser. Now mortal 122 Suppl, 1 | it ~belongs to detest and destroy past sins, the act, to wit, 123 Suppl, 12| and since it is ~easier to destroy good than to set it up, 124 Suppl, 16| sins, because mortal sins destroy the habit. Nevertheless 125 Suppl, 23| excommunication to repair and not to destroy, ~exception is made from 126 Suppl, 25| of indulgences does ~not destroy the proportion between punishment 127 Suppl, 29| matter and form does not destroy the unity of the sacrament.~ 128 Suppl, 29| plurality of ministers ~destroy the unity of this sacrament, 129 Suppl, 43| that is appended does not destroy the liberty ~of marriage; 130 Suppl, 43| such a condition ~does not destroy the liberty of the betrothal, 131 Suppl, 58| stronger than God so as to destroy His ~works by violence.~ 132 Suppl, 62| union with ~another can destroy." Therefore it is unlawful 133 Suppl, 65| though it does not wholly ~destroy the second end, it hinders 134 Suppl, 66| wherefore it does not ~entirely destroy the signification of the 135 Suppl, 72| that fire will be able to destroy ~our fire.~Aquin.: SMT XP 136 Suppl, 77| the natural heat tend to destroy the natural humor, there 137 Suppl, 79| glorified body does not ~destroy the diaphanous nature of 138 Suppl, 79| pupil, since glory does not destroy ~nature; and consequently 139 Suppl, 82| glory of the body will not destroy nature but will ~perfect 140 Suppl, 86| Why art Thou come ~to destroy us before the time?" for, 141 Suppl, 86| reads: 'Art Thou come to destroy us?'] ~Therefore it would 142 Suppl, 96| and to pull down and to destroy it. If that nation . . . 143 Appen1, 2| state, for they neither ~destroy nor diminish charity, according


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