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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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removal

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | relatively - i.e. inasmuch as the removal of an evil, which can only 2 1, 5 | non-being, is desirable. Now the removal of an evil cannot be ~desirable, 3 1, 11 | some good; likewise ~the removal of unity is founded in some 4 1, 21 | mercy be taken to mean the removal of any kind of defect. Not 5 1, 33 | clearly signified by the removal of the nativity of the Son, 6 1, 33 | of the Son, than ~by the removal of the procession of the 7 1, 59 | liberty, in so far as the removal of compulsion is ~considered, 8 1, 76 | generated ~simply; and by its removal to be corrupted simply. 9 1, 76 | generation; nor at its ~removal simple corruption, all of 10 1, 76 | seems to be that thing the ~removal of which involves the cessation 11 1, 76 | union, but because of the ~removal of that disposition by which 12 1, 60 | liberty, in so far as the removal of compulsion is ~considered, 13 1, 75 | generated ~simply; and by its removal to be corrupted simply. 14 1, 75 | generation; nor at its ~removal simple corruption, all of 15 1, 75 | seems to be that thing the ~removal of which involves the cessation 16 1, 75 | union, but because of the ~removal of that disposition by which 17 1, 103 | preservation which ~consists in the removal of corruption: but all creatures 18 1, 105 | sight is cleansed by the removal of darkness; enlightened ~ 19 2, 25 | end before intending the removal of a contrary, which ~removal 20 2, 25 | removal of a contrary, which ~removal is desired only for the 21 2, 32 | natural mode of being, the removal of that object ~becomes 22 2, 35 | desires something as good, the removal of which being perceived, 23 2, 36 | good, or for its entire removal. But it cannot be a universal ~ 24 2, 36 | conjunction of good ~and the removal of evil. But as conjunction 25 2, 39 | there is a good, by the removal of which they become worse: 26 2, 39 | in every pleasure, by the removal of which the ~pleasure is 27 2, 45 | defect implies either the removal ~of the means of safety, 28 2, 45 | banished, in this way, by the removal of threatening causes of 29 2, 45 | threaten. Hence it is that the removal of the cause of fear gives ~ 30 2, 75 | removing the cause is the removal of the effect: ~thus the 31 2, 76 | removes an impediment, or ~the removal itself of an impediment: 32 2, 76 | accidental cause, as being the removal of an impediment.~Aquin.: 33 2, 78 | to an evil, through the removal of some obstacle: ~for instance, 34 2, 81 | this, not only ~unto the removal of sin of their first parent, 35 2, 81 | parent, but also unto the removal ~of actual sins, and the 36 2, 82 | indirectly, viz. by the removal of the obstacle, i.e. ~original 37 2, 82 | accidentally, i.e. by the removal of an ~obstacle: thus, when 38 2, 86 | stain remains even after the removal of a disposition or habit; ~ 39 2, 87 | 2~But if we speak of the removal of sin as to the stain, 40 2, 95 | necessity" refers to the removal ~of evils; "usefulness" 41 2, 102 | thing required was the removal of all impediments to divine 42 2, 102 | were ~instituted for the removal of certain external uncleannesses; 43 2, 102 | that it foreshadowed the ~removal of corruption, which was 44 2, 102 | Law were ~ordained for the removal of impediments to the divine 45 2, 102 | third reason was the entire removal ~of all occasions of concupiscence. 46 2, 103 | employed as remedies for the removal of the aforesaid uncleannesses 47 2, 103 | understood as referring to the removal of these ~bodily uncleannesses, 48 2, 105 | third remedy aimed at the removal of this ~confusion, and 49 2, 105 | Thirdly, it prescribed the removal of whatever ~might prove 50 2, 113 | iniquity." And thus the removal of ~any sin is called the 51 2, 113 | pre-existing in it, acts for the removal of the opposite form; ~as 52 2, 113 | by its light acts for the removal of darkness, and hence on ~ 53 2, 113 | illumination is prior to the removal of darkness; ~but on the 54 2, 113 | in exterior movements the removal of the ~impediment precedes 55 2, 13 | distinguished in respect of the removal of contempt of those things ~ 56 2, 19 | done away, not only by the removal of the universal ~estimate 57 2, 19 | of hope, but also by the removal of the particular estimate, 58 2, 24 | charity, to long for the removal of such things.~Aquin.: 59 2, 24 | desire is referred to the removal of the sin, and not to the 60 2, 31 | brother's ~evil, viz. sin, the removal of which pertains to charity 61 2, 31 | charity rather than the ~removal of an external loss, or 62 2, 31 | correction is directed to the removal of a brother's sin, which ~ 63 2, 31 | a brother's sin, which ~removal pertains to charity, it 64 2, 41 | whereby a man intends the ~removal of a special kind of harm.~ 65 2, 43 | direction of human acts is the ~removal of evils opposed to wisdom: 66 2, 63 | happen ~that although the removal of a member may be detrimental 67 2, 63 | the common good. But the removal of a member can be directed 68 2, 80 | namely, the human defect, the removal of which made ~it necessary 69 2, 81 | before those relating to the removal of evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS 70 2, 81 | beatitude accidentally by the removal of obstacles. ~Now there 71 2, 81 | attainment of good precedes removal of evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS 72 2, 81 | when he prayed for the removal of the sting in his flesh, 73 2, 127 | takes its name from the removal of this care, of which fear 74 2, 156 | above. Wherefore just as the removal ~of the effect is a sign 75 2, 182 | the lover as regards the ~removal of obstacles to the movement 76 2, 182 | two ways. First, by ~the removal from man's affections of 77 2, 182 | salvation. Secondly, by the ~removal from man's affections not 78 2, 182 | charity, are directed to the removal of things ~contrary to charity, 79 2, 182 | counsels are directed to the removal of things that hinder the 80 2, 183 | healing of his infirmity, removal ~of his ignorance by sufficient 81 2, 184 | charity are removed. By the removal of the obstacles of perfect ~ 82 2, 184 | religious state requires the removal of whatever ~hinders man 83 2, 185 | it ~is directed to the removal of idleness whence arise 84 2, 185 | labor is directed to the removal of idleness, or the ~affliction 85 2, 187 | accomplished through the removal of the obstacles to perfect 86 3, 37 | OBJ 1: Circumcision by the removal of the piece of skin in 87 3, 50 | considered ~in relation to the removal of the obstacles to our 88 3, 55 | absolution from ~ignominy, and removal of the curse." Hereby, moreover, 89 3, 62 | grace is ordained to the removal of the soul's defects, it ~ 90 3, 65 | per accidens], i.e. by the removal of ~hindrances to life, 91 3, 71 | exorcism, are directed to the removal of the impediments. And ~ 92 3, 72 | this ~sacrament as to the removal of evil, since it is a spiritual 93 3, 84 | matter, but rather ~in the removal of a certain matter, viz. 94 3, 84 | explained above (A[2]). This removal is ~expressed by the priest 95 3, 86 | remain?~(6) Whether the removal of sin is the effect of 96 3, 87 | grace is necessary for the removal of mortal sin, but in ~order 97 Suppl, 5 | therefrom merits not only the removal of guilt, but ~also the 98 Suppl, 10| essential reward, but not of the removal of ~punishment and the like, 99 Suppl, 12| definition of satisfaction, viz. removal ~of the causes, as to the 100 Suppl, 12| the ~causes, that by their removal we may avoid sins the more 101 Suppl, 14| be consistent with the ~removal of the offense. Now removal 102 Suppl, 14| removal of the offense. Now removal of offense is renewal of 103 Suppl, 16| power and act: and since the removal ~of what precedes entails 104 Suppl, 16| what precedes entails the removal of what follows, but not 105 Suppl, 16| but not conversely, ~the removal of the habit ensues from 106 Suppl, 16| the habit ensues from the removal of the power to act, but ~ 107 Suppl, 16| to act, but ~not from the removal of the act. And because 108 Suppl, 16| of the act. And because removal of the matter ~entails the 109 Suppl, 16| the matter ~entails the removal of the act, since there 110 Suppl, 17| a certain power ~for the removal of the aforesaid obstacle 111 Suppl, 17| key. Now the lock for the removal of which the keys ~of the 112 Suppl, 18| require to be disposed by the ~removal of insincerity. This disposition 113 Suppl, 25| sacramental absolution is the removal of a ~man's guilt, an effect 114 Suppl, 39| powers follow acts - and the removal of that which comes after 115 Suppl, 39| after does not ~entail the removal of what comes first, it 116 Suppl, 55| subject, in another way by the removal of its cause; ~thus likeness 117 Suppl, 55| never dissolved through the ~removal of the cause, but only through 118 Suppl, 59| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the removal of what comes after does 119 Suppl, 59| after does not imply the removal of ~what comes first. Now 120 Suppl, 65| because it was for the ~removal of this impediment that 121 Suppl, 66| Baptism is not directed to the removal of an ~irregularity.~Aquin.: 122 Suppl, 72| is forestalled by ~their removal from this world before their 123 Suppl, 72| cleansing is directed to the ~removal of the uncleanness of sin, 124 Suppl, 72| removed therefrom: for the removal of that which ~ennobles 125 Suppl, 72| from corruptibility by the removal of something that might 126 Suppl, 78| applied to man for ~the removal of weariness; or again, 127 Suppl, 79| to be impassible by the removal of this kind of passion, 128 Suppl, 80| another body, since the ~removal of the lesser does not involve 129 Suppl, 80| lesser does not involve the removal of the greater.~Aquin.: 130 Suppl, 83| ways. First ~by the total removal of the principle which leads 131 Suppl, 83| punishments; and consequently the removal of death may contribute 132 Suppl, 89| such, because it indicates removal of completion whence ~knowledge 133 Suppl, 92| from those two, but the ~removal of the obstacles which made 134 Suppl, 92| security" refers as regards the removal of ~evil, and "joy" as regards


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