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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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occur

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | OBJ 4: Many days cannot occur together, nor can many times 2 1, 10 | day. But eternity and time occur together, each of ~which 3 1, 10 | and thus ~innovation would occur in aeviternity itself, as 4 1, 68 | instances of a similar use ~occur, as pointed out by Rabbi 5 1, 69 | instances of a similar use ~occur, as pointed out by Rabbi 6 1, 83 | arguments that all things occur in time ~according to the 7 1, 84 | Reply OBJ 1: Abstraction may occur in two ways: First, by way 8 1, 88 | Or else such apparitions occur through the instrumentality ~ 9 1, 94 | reason; which could not occur in the state of innocence.~ 10 1, 102 | possible that something may occur outside the order ~of the 11 1, 102 | possible for something to ~occur outside the order of the 12 1, 102 | cause; as indigestion ~may occur outside the order of the 13 1, 102 | impossible for anything to occur outside ~the order of the 14 1, 103 | Further, nothing violent can occur, except there be some active ~ 15 1, 103 | which God does in creatures occur in ~accordance with the 16 1, 103 | but those things which ~occur miraculously, are ordered 17 1, 104 | are not arduous; for they ~occur in small things, such as 18 1, 104 | other cause; so they do not occur ~outside the order of nature, 19 1, 106 | definition of habit these words occur, "which anyone uses when 20 1, 110 | such appearances may even occur to those ~who are awake, 21 1, 112 | as likewise that miracles occur outside the order ~of nature.~ 22 1, 112 | are for those things which occur against our will. But ~nothing 23 1, 118 | the human body does not occur by ~rarefaction: for thus 24 1, 118 | of a child. Nor does it occur by creation of ~flesh matter: 25 2, 21 | stated above (A[1]), sin may ~occur in two ways, in a production 26 2, 31 | towards perfection does not occur ~all at once, yet the attainment 27 2, 31 | natural perfection does occur all at ~once. Now there 28 2, 31 | body: whereas this does not occur ~in spiritual pleasures, 29 2, 35 | these two ~things cannot occur directly in the contemplation 30 2, 43 | that those ~things which occur by our own doing are not 31 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 1: Trembling does occur in men of daring, on account 32 2, 49 | potentiality, several things should occur, ~capable of being adjusted 33 2, 50 | health. But change does not occur in regard to like habits 34 2, 65 | done: whereas this does not occur in things to be made.~Aquin.: 35 2, 65 | This difficulty does not occur in respect of acquired moral 36 2, 71 | perchance, it does not occur to him, that what he wishes 37 2, 78 | passion, so too does it occur through a defect ~consisting 38 2, 87 | and ~the punishments that occur in one's own household are 39 2, 88 | sins. But sudden movements occur in every kind of sin. Therefore 40 2, 93 | natural ~contingents defects occur. Therefore they are not 41 2, 93 | Although the defects which occur in natural things are ~outside 42 2, 94 | speculative matters errors occur in respect of necessary 43 2, 97 | for something better to occur ~for legislation.~Aquin.: 44 2, 105 | doubtful matters did not often ~occur for judgment: wherefore 45 2, 105 | midst, many dangers might occur, since the foreigners not 46 2, 109 | consequence is that many disorders occur in the reason. For when ~ 47 2, 10 | the ~various errors that occur in matters of faith, there 48 2, 10 | various points in which errors occur.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 49 2, 12 | ways in which blasphemy may occur unawares ~and without deliberation. 50 2, 17 | those movements which occur in the lower ~appetite, 51 2, 18 | evil which might possibly occur, but a fear that holds fast ~ 52 2, 23 | subtracted. But this does not occur in the case in point: ~because 53 2, 23 | altogether. Yet this does not occur to charity, ~because it 54 2, 23 | directed to ~God, something may occur whereby charity is lost.~ 55 2, 23 | some slight slip should occur, and he ~recover himself 56 2, 23 | malice; and this does not occur in a perfect man all at 57 2, 24 | if the necessity were ~to occur. That man should actually 58 2, 29 | cupidity. The ~case may occur, however, that one ought 59 2, 30 | every case that may possibly occur in the future, for this 60 2, 30 | things probably and generally occur.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 61 2, 41 | not a sin. For sins do not occur ~from necessity, since all 62 2, 41 | 3~Or scandals must needs occur, seeing the condition of 63 2, 42 | mind," which words ~do not occur here. Therefore it seems 64 2, 45 | Wherefore if any defect occur in this, it is most contrary 65 2, 45 | certain finite number which occur as a general rule, and the 66 2, 47 | true, but by those which ~occur in the majority of cases: 67 2, 47 | harm. Others there are that occur rarely and by chance, and ~ 68 2, 50 | contingent things which may occur, the result is that "the 69 2, 51 | imprudence, because no sin can occur, without some defect in 70 2, 59 | notion of debt, ~and this may occur in many ways. First when 71 2, 65 | the first head five points occur for our consideration: ( 72 2, 71 | so far as they are apt to occur through a slip of the ~tongue, 73 2, 93 | in themselves before they occur is proper to God, Who alone 74 2, 93 | foreknowledge of future ~events that occur of necessity or frequently, 75 2, 93 | regards the dispositions, that occur to the eye, ~of figures 76 2, 93 | necessity, so that they always occur in the same way, whereas 77 2, 93 | first place all effects that occur accidentally, whether in 78 2, 93 | instance, that an earthquake occur when a stone falls, or that 79 2, 94 | of the misfortunes that ~occur to man. Now sickness in 80 2, 94 | this kind, many things ~occur in connection with them 81 2, 94 | all things, however, that ~occur through divine providence 82 2, 111 | to belittle oneself may occur in two ways. ~First so as 83 2, 116 | 3: Further, things that occur naturally are not sins. 84 2, 116 | 8). Yet venial sin ~may occur in this kind of covetousness 85 2, 121 | dangers of ~death which occur in battle come to man directly 86 2, 121 | battle, but also such as occur in singular combat, which 87 2, 121 | it would seem that things occur suddenly when they are ~ 88 2, 121 | occasions of those dangers occur frequently, since on account 89 2, 122 | all against ~those that occur in battle. Now it is evident 90 2, 139 | The words quoted do not occur in ~the work referred to; 91 2, 139 | instance, about those which occur in ~games. Therefore pleasures 92 2, 139 | dangers of death ~which occur less frequently than pleasures 93 2, 139 | pleasures of touch, for these occur ~every day; so that temperance 94 2, 140 | only way in ~which sin can occur with regard to natural desires, 95 2, 140 | of which sins frequently occur, and ~these are certain 96 2, 148 | way too, drunkenness may occur without sin, especially 97 2, 148 | species not from ~things that occur accidentally and beside 98 2, 148 | other sins, but because they occur more frequently ~among men.~ 99 2, 152 | the other hand, this may occur without any fault on man' 100 2, 152 | Lex illa]. But ~this may occur between an unmarried man 101 2, 152 | species of lust. This may occur in two ways: First, ~through 102 2, 159 | against the difficulties that ~occur in the pursuit of great 103 2, 172 | difference between dreams which ~occur during sleep, and vision 104 2, 184 | life, ~wherein many things occur that may be done by means 105 2, 185 | almsgiving (should the case occur where almsgiving were a 106 2, 185 | alms. Such necessity may ~occur in three ways. First, through 107 3, 1 | the first, three things occur to be considered: first, 108 3, 15 | which ~new things could occur to Him day by day. Hence, 109 3, 15 | nothing, yet new things ~might occur to His empiric knowledge, 110 3, 18 | the flesh: this did not occur in Christ. Hence in Christ ~ 111 3, 18 | simply. Now this did not occur in Christ, since by His 112 3, 28 | eventually, since ~something may occur to prevent its happening. 113 3, 31 | Consequently a twofold error ~may occur on this point. First, by 114 3, 31 | 2/2~Secondly, error may occur by attributing the condition 115 3, 39 | afterwards no such thing occur, they may shape their faith ~ 116 3, 60 | the variations that may occur in the ~sacramental forms, 117 3, 63 | some ill. Now this cannot occur with a habit: because no 118 3, 67 | of the ~other. This might occur in the case where both were 119 3, 69 | appears in the baptized, may ~occur in two ways. First, because 120 3, 76 | But when such apparitions ~occur, it is evident that Christ 121 3, 77 | because the miracles ~which occur in this sacrament take place 122 3, 83 | 6) Of the defects which occur in the celebration of this 123 3, 87 | every sacrament, it does not occur in every act of virtue.~ 124 Suppl, 1 | voluntary, so that they occur ~against our will; not indeed 125 Suppl, 29| minister. But ~the case might occur that Extreme Unction could 126 Suppl, 30| contrition, just as ~may occur in the Eucharist and Confirmation. 127 Suppl, 55| prevent the sin that may occur in ~such a union (cap. Quoties 128 Suppl, 69| also credible that this may occur sometimes to the ~damned, 129 Suppl, 69| sometimes these apparitions occur to persons ~whether asleep 130 Suppl, 70| and like passions do not occur ~without any bodily movement.~ 131 Suppl, 72| world before their woes occur. Perhaps, however, ~the 132 Suppl, 72| judgment are reckoned to occur within the time occupied 133 Suppl, 72| the following things will occur. Elias ~the Thesbite will 134 Suppl, 72| Methinks, however, they will occur in the order I have given." 135 Suppl, 74| Whether the resurrection will occur at night-time?~(4) Whether 136 Suppl, 78| unless an error should occur. But ~the error of nature 137 Suppl, 81| no matter how this may occur; ~even as neither can a 138 Suppl, 89| of perfect likeness may ~occur in as many ways, as unlikeness 139 Suppl, 89| ways, as unlikeness may occur. For in one way there is 140 Suppl, 94| visions of the ~imagination to occur in the soul separated from


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