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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Fide 1): "Put arguments aside where faith is sought." 2 1, 23 | regard to those who turn aside from that end. Hence ~reprobation 3 1, 63 | angels were divinely set ~aside for presiding over the lower 4 1, 65 | inadmissible. Hence we ~must set aside this theory as false, and 5 1, 66 | has act or form. Setting aside, then, in ~thought, the 6 1, 64 | angels were divinely set ~aside for presiding over the lower 7 1, 66 | inadmissible. Hence we ~must set aside this theory as false, and 8 1, 67 | has act or form. Setting aside, then, in ~thought, the 9 1, 78 | Conscience can be laid aside. But a power cannot be ~ 10 1, 78 | a power cannot be ~laid aside. Therefore conscience is 11 1, 83 | v) setting this opinion aside, held that ~the intelligible 12 1, 88 | of Ecclesiasticus be set aside through not being received 13 1, 118 | natural heat, and be cast aside through the ~pores, as Jerome 14 2, 10 | of view, they can be set aside ~or approved by the will, 15 2, 10 | not in man's power to cast aside a ~passion once. Therefore 16 2, 19 | matter: because he can put aside his ~evil intention. In 17 2, 19 | dilemma: because he can lay aside his error, ~since his ignorance 18 2, 21 | right: but when it turns aside from ~that rectitude, then 19 2, 21 | voluntary action that turns ~aside from the order of reason 20 2, 31 | hence it is that they turn aside to seek those of the body.~ 21 2, 37 | so that it cannot turn aside either this way or ~that. 22 2, 41 | seems that, if ~fear be set aside, all the other passions 23 2, 41 | connection, when fear is put aside, the other passions of the 24 2, 69 | necessary, he casts them aside ~altogether; nay more, so 25 2, 69 | external goods, which he sets aside by saying: ~"Blessed are 26 2, 69 | heart, and this he puts aside by saying: ~"Blessed are 27 2, 71 | not do: and that we turn aside so as not to do what we 28 2, 73 | Therefore one may turn ~aside from the rule of reason 29 2, 73 | the act evil. This turning aside from the rule of reason 30 2, 74 | what ~should have been cast aside as soon as it touched the 31 2, 88 | generically venial, ~turns aside from some particular order; 32 2, 97 | For it ~is not easy to set aside the custom of a whole people.~ 33 2, 97 | common good should not be set aside for the ~private convenience 34 2, 98 | There is ~indeed a setting aside of the former commandment, 35 2, 98 | But the Old ~Law was set aside when there came the perfection 36 2, 98 | thus clerics who are set aside for the service ~of God 37 2, 101 | 19): ~"There is a setting aside of the former commandment 38 2, 102 | that the ~place was set aside for the worship of God, 39 2, 102 | idolatry should be cast aside as being unclean. From this ~ 40 2, 102 | the offspring, ~and set aside the observance of the letter, 41 2, 102 | heads, ~i.e. set wisdom aside; nor should they shave their 42 2, 102 | shave their beards, i.e. set aside ~the perfection of wisdom; 43 2, 104 | that "there is a setting ~aside of the former commandment, 44 2, 104 | the Old Law are ~not set aside, but still retain their 45 2, 105 | it ~was necessary to put aside certain things for them 46 2, 108 | deeds of light and cast aside deeds of darkness, according 47 2, 108 | Wherefore Our Lord ~set this aside by teaching, first of all, 48 2, 108 | solicitude Our Lord sets aside by saying that a ~man cannot 49 2, 109 | accordance with his will turned aside from God, unless, by grace, ~ 50 2, 1 | necessary in order to set aside the errors that may arise. ~ 51 2, 18 | its ~servility being cast aside; whereas its act remains 52 2, 24 | more does he put enmities ~aside and show love towards his 53 2, 37 | going astray, are turned aside into vain babbling," so 54 2, 38 | been counselled to cast aside their arms, and to give 55 2, 42 | it ~is not a sin to put aside the love of our neighbor, 56 2, 42 | neighbor, provided we put not ~aside the love of God; indeed, 57 2, 53 | three motives for ~laying aside this fear. First, on account 58 2, 69 | else ~he would have to put aside all other business, and 59 2, 85 | Every year thou shalt set aside the tithes of all ~thy fruits, 60 2, 95 | perfection that he should ~put aside human aids and put his hope 61 2, 99 | spurn thy ~mother, turn not aside, but with dry eyes hasten 62 2, 99 | be no need to set piety aside for the sake of religion.~ 63 2, 100 | which we ought to set ~aside for the common good: wherefore 64 2, 102 | obedience we should ~lay aside the good we are doing." 65 2, 102 | doing." Now one does not lay aside a thing ~except for something 66 2, 102 | of other virtues is set aside, is better than other virtues.~ 67 2, 102 | means may such a good be set aside on account of obedience. 68 2, 102 | ought sometimes to set aside for the sake of obedience 69 2, 103 | lower authority is set ~aside if it be contrary to the 70 2, 103 | grievous, not through setting aside a greater good, but through ~ 71 2, 103 | good, but through ~setting aside that which is more in the 72 2, 109 | disclose his sin by laying aside the habit of holiness. If, 73 2, 118 | another virtue, since ~it sets aside that which is just according 74 2, 118 | and it is good to set ~aside the letter of the law and 75 2, 118 | Epikeia" does not set aside that which is just in itself ~ 76 2, 118 | it is ~not allowed to set aside the letter of the law without 77 2, 120 | day - that is, to set it aside as a day to be given to 78 2, 120 | point of commanding man to aside a certain time to be given 79 2, 120 | natural inclination to set aside a certain ~time for each 80 2, 120 | dictate of reason, man sets aside a ~certain time for spiritual 81 2, 120 | have a certain time set aside for occupying oneself ~with 82 2, 121 | to take it up and ~lay it aside when he will. For, as the 83 2, 123 | be ~persuaded to put fear aside: thus sometimes a man sins 84 2, 123 | concupiscence, and is turned aside from accomplishing what ~ 85 2, 123 | the fear that turns man aside from a ~good that is necessary, 86 2, 127 | to avoid shame, men set ~aside all other things. Now a 87 2, 127 | only when one ~puts care aside, as one ought, and in things 88 2, 140 | voluntary, for instance to cast aside his ~shield, and the like, 89 2, 150 | this kind cannot be set aside ~without sin. The other 90 2, 156 | set the order of reason ~aside. Now the order of reason, 91 2, 156 | people, who do not put ~aside their anger until they have 92 2, 156 | he of his ~own accord lay aside his anger, except his displeasure 93 2, 172 | faith in ~one God by turning aside to idolatry, whereas hitherto 94 2, 178 | discoursing must be laid aside and the ~soul's gaze fixed 95 2, 178 | then all things ~being laid aside, the soul continues in the 96 2, 182 | cure, yet they do not put ~aside what they had already. For 97 2, 182 | we bid them not to lay ~aside their former purpose."~Aquin.: 98 2, 183 | pastoral cure is not to be laid aside on account of scandal ~of 99 2, 183 | latter's authority in laying aside the accepted charge for ~ 100 2, 183 | we bid them not to lay aside their former ~purpose."~ 101 2, 184 | of model; and this is set aside by contempt. Yet ~greater 102 2, 187 | Now a slave cannot set aside the service of his master 103 2, 187 | therefore can a son set aside the deference due to ~his 104 2, 187 | so as altogether to set aside the care for their children, ~ 105 2, 187 | cannot lawfully ~set it aside so long as he is able to 106 2, 187 | unlawful for him to lay aside the cure of souls in ~order 107 2, 187 | Wherefore bishops ~"cannot lay aside their bishopric for any 108 2, 187 | desires, Who warns us to turn aside from the rough paths of 109 3, 7 | despises them, and casts them aside for ~love of perfection. 110 3, 36 | written (Lev. 19:31): "Go not aside after wizards [magi], ~neither 111 3, 42 | rather than the truth be ~set aside," as Gregory says (Hom. 112 3, 45 | to be transfigured, "laid aside His natural ~shape and countenance, 113 3, 46 | die that He laid His body aside, but ~because the death 114 3, 46 | even had He laid His body aside without any ~sickness, and 115 3, 46 | honored ~everywhere. Kings lay aside their crowns to take up 116 3, 50 | the body can set the soul aside, by separating the soul ~ 117 3, 50 | the Word of God ~had laid aside the parts of human nature 118 3, 53 | slept not again by laying aside their bodies, it remains 119 3, 53 | soul which it had ~laid aside, and the soul took back 120 3, 57 | 3/3~Setting this opinion aside, others assign as the cause 121 3, 66 | grace of the Holy Ghost, lay aside indifference and sloth, 122 3, 75 | previous form being laid ~aside. Secondly, they have this 123 3, 76 | since the Godhead never ~set aside the assumed body, wherever 124 3, 80 | precept is not to be set aside for the ~sake of avoiding 125 3, 80 | the blush of shame is set aside, they will ~indulge the 126 3, 80 | of decency, can ~be set aside owing to any necessity, 127 Suppl, 1 | necessary that man should put aside entirely his ~attachment 128 Suppl, 1 | through which sin is ~cast aside is called contrition metaphorically.~ 129 Suppl, 25| that a man ought to put aside all ~other kinds of works, 130 Suppl, 28| proper for a woman to put aside her hair when doing ~penance, 131 Suppl, 36| Now our Lord did not cast aside the ~sinful and notorious 132 Suppl, 36| promoted and the unworthy set aside. And though it were impossible 133 Suppl, 36| conscience, however, he can lay aside since a ~man is repaired 134 Suppl, 37| consecration except to be set ~aside for the Divine worship, 135 Suppl, 47| for compulsion must be set aside." Now mutual contract is ~ 136 Suppl, 53| truth is not to be set aside on account of scandal. Wherefore 137 Suppl, 59| Whether a husband may put aside his wife on account of other 138 Suppl, 59| neither can ~the believer put aside the unbeliever, even after 139 Suppl, 65| lawful for a wife to put aside her own husband and have 140 Suppl, 76| same body that is laid aside in death is not resumed 141 Suppl, 76| selfsame body that was laid aside in death, but with ~another, 142 Suppl, 86| Divine, be ~entirely set aside. Wherefore just as the Divine


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