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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lose

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | nothing corrupts except it lose its form. Hence ~in the 2 1, 23 | unless ~this one were to lose it." Hence the crown which 3 1, 23 | ours; and thus anyone may lose his crown by mortal sin. 4 1, 48 | things there are which cannot lose their ~existence as incorruptible 5 1, 48 | some there are which can lose ~it, as things corruptible.~ 6 1, 50 | but a bronze circle can lose ~roundness, if the bronze 7 1, 50 | above (A[2]), it ~cannot lose its being. Therefore, the 8 1, 49 | things there are which cannot lose their ~existence as incorruptible 9 1, 49 | some there are which can lose ~it, as things corruptible.~ 10 1, 51 | but a bronze circle can lose ~roundness, if the bronze 11 1, 51 | above (A[2]), it ~cannot lose its being. Therefore, the 12 1, 96 | of heat, the body might lose part of its ~humid qualities; 13 1, 101 | vain, ~though he was to lose it. For thereby we learn 14 1, 101 | himself lest he should lose it by sin. All of which 15 1, 103 | under a form which it cannot lose, since it is not ~in potentiality 16 1, 111 | abroad in such a manner as to lose the ~delights of inward 17 2, 1 | thing, ~the will does not lose its freedom. But before 18 2, 5 | consequently it seems that man can lose Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT FS 19 2, 5 | of knowing that ~he will lose it. Therefore it is necessary 20 2, 5 | follows that he never will lose happiness: but ~if it be 21 2, 5 | Moreover, neither ~can he lose Happiness, through God taking 22 2, 7 | circumstances we find or lose the mean of virtue in human 23 2, 22 | passive in such a way as to lose ~something and to be transmuted: 24 2, 42 | we fear nothing save to lose what we love and ~possess, 25 2, 42 | thus a man who fears ~to lose his health, keeps it, through 26 2, 44 | nothing: on the ~contrary they lose their speech. Therefore 27 2, 49 | so as to be liable to ~lose it easily, we say that he 28 2, 67 | money does not therefore lose the ~possibility of having 29 2, 73 | his natural life lest he lose the life of grace. Now, 30 2, 100 | it be due that he should lose ~it, this is not theft or 31 2, 102 | twice dyed does not easily lose its color, and hyssop retains 32 2, 102 | hand," ~i.e. he should not lose the power of doing good 33 2, 2 | knowledge, hence he does not lose the merit.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 9 | their last end ~in them, and lose the true good. It is by 35 2, 10 | will, since they would lose the rights of parental authority 36 2, 11 | tolerated but put to death, they lose the opportunity of repentance. ~ 37 2, 12 | the faith, princes were to lose their right to command those 38 2, 12 | believers, they would equally lose it on account of ~other 39 2, 18 | whereby one fears to lose external goods, is distinct 40 2, 18 | to a good which we cannot lose. For when we love the good 41 2, 19 | Therefore a man cannot lose the ~certainty of hope, 42 2, 19 | on Prov. 24:10, "If thou lose hope being weary in the 43 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Whether we can lose charity when once we have 44 2, 23 | would seem that we cannot lose charity when once we have 45 2, 23 | once we have it. ~For if we lose it, this can only be through 46 2, 23 | that has charity cannot lose it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 47 2, 23 | have charity, we cannot lose it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 48 2, 23 | man, by sinning, should lose charity. For the gift of ~ 49 2, 23 | consent to this motive, we lose charity.~Aquin.: SMT SS 50 2, 23 | this way, Peter did not lose charity. Secondly, ~indirectly, 51 2, 30 | another asks you must not lose sight of the claims of justice, 52 2, 30 | to Ecclus. ~29:13, 14: "Lose thy money for thy brother . . . 53 2, 30 | indeed he deserves to ~lose them. But as to the profits 54 2, 30 | to give alms, they ~would lose by entering the state of 55 2, 31 | suffers many losses, if he lose his ~good name, but also 56 2, 37 | follows that such persons lose ~the use of their power, 57 2, 41 | what is not ~theirs may lose themselves."~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 45 | art and science, so as to lose them altogether, because 59 2, 59 | another's loss, himself would lose nothing, and so he is ~punished 60 2, 60 | Such a man deserves to lose ~what he gave, wherefore 61 2, 60 | so if the latter were to lose thereby. Thirdly, a man 62 2, 60 | would be, if he were to ~lose the thing through a grievous 63 2, 63 | entrusted to him deserves to ~lose it, and therefore when a 64 2, 77 | of virginity, or when one lose that which one is under 65 2, 79 | our last end; and Whom we lose when we neglect Him by sin, 66 2, 81 | desiring ~such things we lose merit for instance if we 67 2, 86 | that which is sanctified to lose its ~consecration, not even 68 2, 98 | Therefore a bishop does not lose his episcopal power, if ~ 69 2, 108 | merited ~by that lie to lose the eternal reward as though 70 2, 115 | so much to others as to ~lose sight of himself and those 71 2, 120 | for a favor ~deserves to lose it. Now we owe the favor 72 2, 122 | bodily pain, rather than lose life. Hence ~Satan testified 73 2, 123 | suffer carnal ~dangers, or to lose worldly goods." Again a 74 2, 126 | be not wearied so as to lose ~courage, according to Heb. 75 2, 130 | gradually disposes a man to lose his inward goods.~Aquin.: 76 2, 135 | Persev. i) that no one can lose ~perseverance; whereas one 77 2, 135 | perseverance; whereas one can lose the other virtues. Therefore ~ 78 2, 145 | however, possible to sin and lose ~the merit of fasting, by 79 2, 150 | organ. Hence if the organ lose its integrity by chance 80 2, 152 | withheld lest she should lose the seal of virginity: ~ 81 2, 159 | excessive humility ~the superior lose his authority." Therefore 82 2, 166 | be ~observed is that one lose not the balance of one's 83 2, 172 | vision did not entirely lose ~the character of prophecy.~ 84 2, 183 | the ~way of danger lest he lose what he loves." But he who, 85 2, 187 | who have grace from God ~lose it, which is also heretical. 86 3, 1 | as ~either to desert or lose, or to transfer and as it 87 3, 5 | servant; yet did He not lose the fulness of the form 88 3, 10 | such a manner as to quit or lose the care of the world's 89 3, 15 | goods, and these he ~cannot lose; otherwise the just man 90 3, 30 | We are disturbed, and lose ~our presence of mind, when 91 3, 46 | lost less than those who lose their lives and abide in 92 3, 50 | Himself, but He did not lose the power of His ~Nature, 93 3, 50 | order: hence a man does ~not lose his priestly order by death, 94 3, 63 | seems, therefore, that ~such lose the sacramental character.~ 95 3, 64 | or degraded, he does not lose the power of conferring 96 3, 68 | regenerate: ~but he did not lose the grace he prayed for."~ 97 3, 82 | such power. But he does not lose merely the ~use, for thus 98 3, 82 | thus the degraded one would lose no more than one ~excommunicated, 99 3, 82 | in that state, he cannot ~lose that he received at the 100 3, 82 | as, for example, if he lose his ~sight, or his fingers, 101 3, 84 | the second help is, if he lose his ~integrity through sin, 102 3, 84 | reason fall into sin and lose the fruit of pardon. ~Now 103 Suppl, 3 | acknowledged that he deserved to lose the use of his bodily eyes 104 Suppl, 4 | since it behooves one not to lose the forgiveness which has 105 Suppl, 19| consecration. But the above cannot lose the use of the power of ~ 106 Suppl, 19| Therefore neither can they lose the use of the keys.~Aquin.: 107 Suppl, 19| Therefore, since a man does not lose the use of the keys on ~ 108 Suppl, 19| it seems that he does not lose it on account of the ~aforesaid.~ 109 Suppl, 21| committing a mortal sin, he lose charity which ~is the way 110 Suppl, 21| 1: Although a man cannot lose God's grace unjustly, yet 111 Suppl, 21| unjustly, yet he can ~unjustly lose those things which on our 112 Suppl, 22| suspended person does not ~lose his jurisdiction, yet he 113 Suppl, 22| jurisdiction, yet he does lose its use.~Aquin.: SMT XP 114 Suppl, 24| virtues, which we cannot lose unwillingly; for ~knowledge, 115 Suppl, 26| man does not, through sin, lose jurisdiction. Consequently 116 Suppl, 38| reconsecrated. Therefore he did not lose the power which he had ~ 117 Suppl, 38| Neither therefore ~does he lose the power to ordain.~Aquin.: 118 Suppl, 43| that the marriage does not ~lose its liberty. Sometimes, 119 Suppl, 43| punished if he were to ~lose his right to the woman betrothed 120 Suppl, 49| should allow himself to lose a thing except ~for some 121 Suppl, 49| whoever allows himself to lose a ~greater good for the 122 Suppl, 57| 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: One may lose one's grandchildren and 123 Suppl, 57| so forth even as one ~may lose one's children. Wherefore 124 Suppl, 70| impossible for the soul to ~lose any of its powers after 125 Suppl, 70| Therefore, if the soul lose ~any of its powers after 126 Suppl, 70| separated soul does not lose them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] 127 Suppl, 70| for the separated soul to lose its sensitive ~powers.~Aquin.: 128 Suppl, 71| the Mass is said were to lose something ~thereby. Therefore 129 Suppl, 72| consummation the elements will lose ~anything of their natural 130 Suppl, 72| recalled - the shrubs which ~lose their greenery, and again 131 Suppl, 79| under one form, does not ~lose its potentiality to another 132 Suppl, 79| altogether ~impossible for it to lose this dominion, because it 133 Suppl, 81| glorified body will never lose its corporeity, and ~therefore 134 Suppl, 88| substance of the heaven will lose something of its perfection.~ 135 Suppl, 93| that he would not seem to lose. ~the aureole for that reason, 136 Suppl, 93| Accordingly whether a person lose his temporalities, or his 137 Suppl, 96| ingratitude a person ~deserves to lose all benefits. and among 138 Suppl, 96| ungrateful to God should lose his being. But if sinners 139 Suppl, 96| although ~a man deserves to lose his being from the fact 140 Appen2, 1| offending God he deserves to lose all the good he has from


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