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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | s ~minds are the better preserved from error. For then it 2 1, 8 | but as long as ~they are preserved in being; as light is caused 3 1, 9 | will that things should be preserved; for He ~does not preserve 4 1, 15 | them ~the species may be preserved. However, divine providence 5 1, 18 | heart, ~whereby life is preserved, is in animals. Similarly 6 1, 18 | they are held together and preserved by the divine power; ~even 7 1, 18 | God as created by ~Him, or preserved by Him, or as having their 8 1, 21 | the ~idea of justice is preserved in creation; by the production 9 1, 21 | idea ~of mercy, also, is preserved in the change of creatures 10 1, 22 | nothing, if they were not ~preserved in existence by His providence. 11 1, 23 | multiformity of grades ~may be preserved in things, God allows some 12 1, 23 | the good of the species is preserved through ~them. Whence, although 13 1, 23 | beauty of ~order may be preserved in the universe; and also 14 1, 47 | species is sufficiently preserved in the one; ~whereas in 15 1, 48 | would the life of a lion be ~preserved unless the ass were killed. 16 1, 48 | nature of a creature to be preserved in existence by itself, 17 1, 50 | the hand of the Almighty preserved them." ~But what can be 18 1, 50 | nature; yet they are for ever preserved in ~existence by the Divine 19 1, 50 | lapse into nothing, unless preserved by ~God, it is not to be 20 1, 60 | belongs to nature must be preserved likewise in such subjects 21 1, 62 | the first must ~ever be preserved in the second. Consequently 22 1, 62 | Consequently nature must be preserved in ~beatitude: and in like 23 1, 62 | the act of nature must be preserved in the ~act of beatitude.~ 24 1, 63 | nature; which would ~not be preserved were it to be changed into 25 1, 73 | they are multiplied and ~preserved, and this work also belongs 26 1, 48 | species is sufficiently preserved in the one; ~whereas in 27 1, 49 | would the life of a lion be ~preserved unless the ass were killed. 28 1, 49 | nature of a creature to be preserved in existence by itself, 29 1, 51 | the hand of the Almighty preserved them." ~But what can be 30 1, 51 | nature; yet they are for ever preserved in ~existence by the Divine 31 1, 51 | lapse into nothing, unless preserved by ~God, it is not to be 32 1, 61 | belongs to nature must be preserved likewise in such subjects 33 1, 63 | the first must ~ever be preserved in the second. Consequently 34 1, 63 | Consequently nature must be preserved in ~beatitude: and in like 35 1, 63 | the act of nature must be preserved in the ~act of beatitude.~ 36 1, 64 | nature; which would ~not be preserved were it to be changed into 37 1, 72 | they are multiplied and ~preserved, and this work also belongs 38 1, 77 | Further, everything is preserved in being by that whereby 39 1, 77 | power the living thing is preserved. Now the ~nutritive force 40 1, 77 | body of a living thing is preserved in its existence and in ~ 41 1, 77 | to the soul grows and is preserved by the augmentative and ~ 42 1, 78 | Further, in the memory are preserved the species of those things ~ 43 1, 78 | intelligible species can thus be preserved in ~the intellect: because 44 1, 78 | certain species ~may be preserved apart from actual apprehension. 45 1, 78 | supposition, nothing is preserved in the intellectual part 46 1, 78 | regards past events, is preserved in ~the intellect, forasmuch 47 1, 83 | Reply OBJ 1: The species preserved in the passive intellect 48 1, 83 | fact ~that the species are preserved does not suffice; we need 49 1, 92 | the species only which ~is preserved in the memory, but also 50 1, 96 | state of innocence could be preserved ~from suffering injury from 51 1, 96 | finite, man's life was to be preserved for a ~definite time by 52 1, 97 | corruptible, but it could be preserved from corruption by the soul. ~ 53 1, 101 | soul was ~the force which preserved the human body from corruption. 54 1, 103 | Whether they are immediately preserved by God?~(3) Whether God 55 1, 103 | cause its effect to be ~preserved in being; thus the house 56 1, 103 | consider that a thing ~is preserved by another in two ways. 57 1, 103 | directly, namely, when ~what is preserved depends on the preserver 58 1, 103 | all creatures need to be preserved by ~God. For the being of 59 1, 103 | grant to a creature to be preserved in being ~after the cessation 60 1, 103 | the creature needs to be ~preserved by God in so far as the 61 1, 103 | creatures do not need to ~be preserved thus, as stated above.~Aquin.: 62 1, 103 | others, by which they are preserved in being, though He remains 63 1, 103 | OBJ 2: Since an effect is preserved by its proper cause on which ~ 64 1, 110 | left from the movements are preserved in the ~animal spirits, " 65 1, 110 | arises from the impressions preserved ~within.~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 2, 26 | character ~of friendship is preserved. But since he refers this 67 2, 67 | ceases, ~the species are not preserved save in the sensitive powers 68 2, 72 | the vital principle being preserved, so it is in ~matters concerning 69 2, 74 | in order that we may be ~preserved not only from venial sin, 70 2, 80 | objects, which impressions are preserved by means of sensible ~species, 71 2, 85 | moisture. Now human life ~is preserved by hot and moist elements. 72 2, 87 | the principle of sight be preserved, while ~there arise certain 73 2, 88 | to ~the end itself being preserved, are reparable. These sins 74 2, 99 | thither and most carefully preserved. ~Accordingly those precepts 75 2, 100 | whereby the common good is preserved and attained. If therefore 76 2, 100 | that "justice should be preserved." But he is speaking in 77 2, 100 | converting souls." But man is preserved from the stain of sin, ~ 78 2, 102 | to man, wherefore it was ~preserved as a memorial of the Divine 79 2, 105 | Secondly man's life is ~preserved from the point of view of 80 2, 109 | so ~does it need to be preserved by another in the good which 81 2, 109 | every creature needs to ~be preserved in the good received from 82 2, 113 | OBJ 3: Further, grace is preserved by the same cause as brings 83 2, 113 | just by Him." Now grace is preserved in ~man without a movement 84 2, 24 | wicked have no wish to be preserved in the ~integrity of the 85 2, 62 | living things ~should be preserved, according to Ps. 146:8, 86 2, 62 | of animals and ~plants is preserved not for themselves but for 87 2, 104 | this way friendship ~is preserved by repayment of favors, 88 2, 104 | the like torpor ~of sin preserved." Therefore the innocent 89 2, 104 | of ~justice would not be preserved, if one kept another's property 90 2, 134 | as though it caused and preserved them directly, but merely ~ 91 2, 149 | nature of the species is ~preserved. Therefore chastity, which 92 2, 150 | is their joy at having ~preserved integrity of the flesh.~ 93 2, 181 | of the various members is preserved by the ~power of the Holy 94 2, 181 | commonwealth is the better preserved by a ~distinction of duties 95 3, 20 | and ~subservience may be preserved inasmuch as the same one 96 3, 22 | Secondly, that man may be preserved in a state of ~grace, by 97 3, 27 | womb the Blessed Virgin was preserved ~from all actual sin?~Aquin.: 98 3, 27 | Blessed ~Virgin was not preserved from all actual sin. For, 99 3, 27 | the Blessed Virgin was not preserved ~from all actual sin.~Aquin.: 100 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin was ~not preserved from all sin.~Aquin.: SMT 101 3, 28 | which had been miraculously preserved in her.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 102 3, 30 | that her mind should be preserved from ~being thus troubled. 103 3, 31 | human race is ~sufficiently preserved by His body being formed 104 3, 31 | there was ever something preserved from ~infection, from which 105 3, 31 | flesh of innocent man was preserved in its freedom from sin ~ 106 3, 46 | Tempore), an ark of wood preserved the human race from the 107 3, 47 | not take away His life, He preserved the strength of His ~bodily 108 3, 51 | order that it ~might be preserved from corruption, and this 109 3, 51 | sin: but the Divine power preserved Christ's body ~from putrefying, 110 3, 54 | human nature. But the blood preserved as relics in ~some churches 111 3, 61 | through them: and he is even preserved ~from bodily hurt, by the 112 3, 65 | whereby life and strength are preserved to man; and ~corresponding 113 3, 73 | children of ~Israel were preserved from the destroying Angel, 114 3, 75 | said in De Anima iii, is preserved ~by faith from deception.~ 115 3, 76 | order of many ~bishops, preserved in a pyx, which it would 116 3, 77 | withdrawn whereby ~it was preserved in existence as by its proper 117 3, 77 | before, in which ~it is preserved, for like reason the other 118 3, 77 | consequently, as the accidents are preserved by Divine ~power when the 119 3, 77 | rarity and density, are preserved ~by Divine power.~Aquin.: 120 3, 77 | sacramental species are preserved: and the same thing is not ~ 121 3, 79 | Para. 1/1~Whether man is preserved by this sacrament from future 122 3, 79 | It seems that man is not preserved by this sacrament from future ~ 123 3, 79 | the soul. Hence man is ~preserved from future sin in the same 124 3, 79 | same way as the body is preserved from ~future death of the 125 3, 79 | food and medicine he is preserved from death. Secondly, by ~ 126 3, 79 | good; whereby he is also preserved from sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP 127 3, 83 | be entire, they must be preserved ~reverently, or consumed; 128 Suppl, 13| way the form of justice is preserved. It is the same ~as regards 129 Suppl, 15| future sin wherefrom we are preserved thereby: and in both respects ~ 130 Suppl, 15| virtue, that we ~may be preserved from future sins.~Aquin.: 131 Suppl, 22| is disposed for grace or preserved therein. ~Consequently even 132 Suppl, 40| if this oneness is to be preserved, that there be a governing ~ 133 Suppl, 41| whereby the specific nature is preserved is from nature, it is impossible ~ 134 Suppl, 42| But the species cannot be preserved without carnal intercourse. ~ 135 Suppl, 47| the Church could not be ~preserved, since sometimes those who 136 Suppl, 52| without which nature cannot be preserved, so he is not subject to 137 Suppl, 63| signification of marriage is not preserved in a second marriage, because ~ 138 Suppl, 63| Because the signification is preserved to a certain extent ~even 139 Suppl, 75| elements is ~both caused and preserved by the movement of the heaven, 140 Suppl, 79| bodies of the children were preserved without hurt, while ~in


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