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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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resulting

    Part, Question
1 1, 40 | hypostases or persons as ~resulting therefrom; as also in creatures 2 1, 40 | distinction ~must be understood as resulting from something intrinsic 3 1, 75 | degree was accidental, as resulting ~from their free-will: as 4 1, 40 | hypostases or persons as ~resulting therefrom; as also in creatures 5 1, 40 | distinction ~must be understood as resulting from something intrinsic 6 1, 74 | degree was accidental, as resulting ~from their free-will: as 7 1, 96 | species ~against the weakness resulting from the admixture of extraneous ~ 8 2, 1 | considered as one perfect ~good resulting therefrom, by those who 9 2, 2 | delight is a proper accident resulting ~from happiness, or from 10 2, 2 | happiness, but something resulting ~therefrom as its proper 11 2, 15 | applied to the judgment resulting from counsel. But the appetitive ~ 12 2, 20 | hearers are consequences ~resulting from the words of a preacher. 13 2, 26 | weight and the movement resulting from weight: so that weight, 14 2, 32 | A[3], ad 3) that desire resulting from hope is a cause of 15 2, 34 | in some loved ~good, and resulting from some operation; wherefore 16 2, 36 | is a ~natural inclination resulting from gravity.~Aquin.: SMT 17 2, 42 | from God is a punishment resulting from sin: and ~every punishment 18 2, 42 | far as ~it is a passion resulting from the imagination of 19 2, 48 | blood around the heart, resulting from an exhalation of the ~ 20 2, 49 | to ~action, and passion resulting from its natural principles, 21 2, 58 | rational faculty may be, the resulting ~action will be imperfect: 22 2, 59 | but depression of the mind resulting from sorrow ~for a present 23 2, 59 | but as being something resulting from their ~proper acts. 24 2, 73 | first and foremost, as resulting from the species.~Aquin.: 25 2, 73 | Because ~sometimes the harm resulting from a sin is foreseen and 26 2, 74 | consent to the delectation ~resulting from the thought of murder. 27 2, 74 | consent to the delectation resulting from the thought of ~fornication.~ 28 2, 74 | consent to delectation, resulting from complacency in ~an 29 2, 74 | consent to ~delectation resulting from complacency in the 30 2, 75 | accidental cause of the resulting negation: thus fire by causing 31 2, 76 | a sin, but a punishment resulting from sin. ~Therefore ignorance 32 2, 76 | committed, but something resulting from that ~cause, viz. of 33 2, 76 | diminishes the ~sinfulness of the resulting sin more than its own gravity 34 2, 76 | therewith, diminishes the resulting sin, and more, perhaps, ~ 35 2, 77 | knowledge?~(3) Whether a sin resulting from a passion is a sin 36 2, 89 | twofold comeliness, one ~resulting from the inward disposition 37 2, 89 | members and colors, the ~other resulting from outward refulgence 38 2, 93 | far as it ~is a punishment resulting from Divine justice; and 39 2, 9 | spiritual peace and the resulting joy correspond ~directly 40 2, 9 | beatitude, as the merit, and the resulting consolation, as the reward; ~ 41 2, 16 | circumlocution by ~something resulting from faith.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 18 | beginning of filial fear resulting from a beginning of ~charity, 43 2, 23 | at any definite quantity resulting from those two lines, viz. 44 2, 32 | the downfall of virtue ~resulting from vice: and therefore 45 2, 35 | whereby a good concord resulting from charity is destroyed, 46 2, 50 | directed to an end, or ~resulting, as it were, from their 47 2, 50 | certain spiritual delight resulting from perfect acts of virtue. 48 2, 51 | Duplicity also is something resulting from lust, just as ~inconstancy 49 2, 56 | liberality hinders it ~as resulting from an immoderate desire 50 2, 86 | so, too, the necessity resulting from a will firmly fixed 51 2, 86 | other hand the necessity ~resulting from a vow is caused by 52 2, 86 | sorrow. But the necessity ~resulting from a vow, in those who 53 2, 93 | by observing the ~shapes resulting from molten lead poured 54 2, 93 | their life - such as changes resulting from rain and wind ~and 55 2, 94 | acquire certain occult ~forces resulting from their species through 56 2, 108 | intention of the effect resulting from a moral act is ~something 57 2, 108 | scandal or any other injury resulting ~therefrom: and thus again 58 2, 121 | twofold; one is bodily, resulting ~from bodily contact, the 59 2, 121 | the other is spiritual, resulting from an ~apprehension of 60 2, 126 | which produces brave deeds resulting from passion, ~especially 61 2, 139 | Reply OBJ 2: The pleasure resulting from savor is additional, 62 2, 141 | incidental to ~the act, resulting, for instance, from kissing, 63 2, 142 | some ~advantage or harm resulting therefrom; wherefore men 64 2, 145 | death. To endure hardships resulting from privation of pleasure 65 2, 146 | i.e. a kind of ~levity resulting from lack of reason, which 66 2, 148 | the defect itself of a man resulting from his drinking much wine, ~ 67 2, 148 | sin, but a penal defect resulting from a fault. ~Secondly, 68 2, 148 | This objection regards the resulting defect which is ~involuntary: 69 2, 148 | above (A[1]), namely the resulting defect and the preceding 70 2, 148 | act. on the ~part of the resulting defect whereby the use of 71 2, 148 | sin. Nevertheless, ~the resulting sin is diminished, even 72 2, 150 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Pleasure resulting from resolution of semen 73 2, 151 | contains ~something penal resulting from the first sin.~Aquin.: 74 2, 156 | a vice opposed to anger resulting from lack of anger?~Aquin.: 75 2, 156 | vice opposed to anger, ~resulting from lack of anger. For 76 2, 156 | appetite, which is with passion resulting from a bodily transmutation. ~ 77 2, 157 | not human but bestial, and resulting as it does ~either from 78 2, 161 | considers the gravity of sin as resulting ~from the person of the 79 2, 162 | exempt ~from the necessity resulting from such a matter: which 80 2, 162 | maintained. ~But the defects resulting from this withdrawal are 81 2, 162 | Therefore the punishments resulting from our first parents' 82 2, 169 | Further, the certitude resulting from a Divine light is greater ~ 83 2, 176 | be moved to do something resulting in ~the miraculous effect 84 2, 178 | Admiration is a kind of fear resulting from the ~apprehension of 85 2, 182 | there is ~greater difficulty resulting from obstacles to virtue, 86 2, 183 | The third is something resulting ~from these, namely reverence, 87 3, 2 | follow that ~the species resulting therefrom would be communicable 88 3, 5 | i.e. a third something resulting from the Godhead and the ~ 89 3, 14 | is "natural" necessity, resulting from the natural ~principles - 90 3, 23 | Adoption is a property resulting not from nature, but from ~ 91 3, 31 | certain uncleanness therein, resulting from ~sin, as far as lustful 92 3, 65 | defects and penal effects resulting from sin. ~They say that 93 3, 69 | from all debt of punishment resulting therefrom. Therefore it 94 3, 77 | each passes into a third resulting from ~both: hence it would 95 3, 80 | debarred through defilement resulting from a dream against the 96 3, 85 | special virtue, but an emotion resulting ~from charity.~Aquin.: SMT 97 3, 85 | fear does not hinder its resulting from the act of God in ~ 98 3, 86 | accompanied by a habitual change resulting from the ~infusion of grace 99 3, 88 | in consequence, the stain resulting from the privation of grace, ~ 100 3, 88 | of a subsequent sin, as resulting from the acts of the ~subsequent 101 Suppl, 2 | as implying ~deformity resulting from an act of the will; 102 Suppl, 5 | intense that the ~contrition resulting therefrom merits not only 103 Suppl, 13| satisfaction for the debt resulting from the ~offense committed.~ 104 Suppl, 41| in two ways. First, as ~resulting of necessity from the principles 105 Suppl, 42| between husband and wife resulting from those acts is ~reality 106 Suppl, 42| regards other ~advantages resulting from matrimony, such as 107 Suppl, 47| death, blows, ~the stain resulting from rape, and slavery. 108 Suppl, 48| she ~intends an advantage resulting from the sacrament belongs 109 Suppl, 56| relationship is a kinship resulting from the giving of a ~sacrament 110 Suppl, 58| Moreover, the impediment ~resulting from witchcraft may result 111 Suppl, 64| blood through some ~disorder resulting from sickness. Accordingly 112 Suppl, 66| takes away all punishment resulting from an act. ~Now such is 113 Suppl, 72| from sin, and the impurity resulting ~from mixture, and will 114 Suppl, 72| and from the ~impurity resulting in them through their mutual 115 Suppl, 74| whereas 1,000 is a cube resulting from the multiplication 116 Suppl, 76| which ~form is a quality resulting from simple qualities reduced 117 Suppl, 76| part, but is the whole ~resulting from the composition of 118 Suppl, 77| be no need for anything resulting from food to rise again 119 Suppl, 78| in the working of nature, resulting in ~the addition of something 120 Suppl, 78| directed to supply the defect resulting from ~death, and to the 121 Suppl, 81| glorified body's aptitude ~resulting from the outflow of glory 122 Suppl, 81| imagined that the retardation resulting from ~the resistance of 123 Suppl, 81| between the retardations ~resulting from the resistance of the 124 Suppl, 81| will nevertheless ~be time resulting from the before and after 125 Suppl, 82| this it will ~have clarity resulting from the soul's glory. Thus 126 Suppl, 83| the body, or deformities resulting therefrom, will be ~restored 127 Suppl, 83| damned be passible, the pain ~resulting from their suffering, seemingly, 128 Suppl, 87| Himself invincible power ~resulting from the natural power of 129 Suppl, 88| of sin and ~the impurity resulting from the mingling of bodies, 130 Suppl, 89| the composite as it ~were resulting from both. Hence if there 131 Suppl, 92| the ~soul, but something resulting from the soul's adornment; 132 Suppl, 93| corresponds to labor not as ~resulting in fatigue, but as resulting 133 Suppl, 93| resulting in fatigue, but as resulting in the production of fruit. 134 Suppl, 93| manners of the spirituality resulting from continence. Now there


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