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sickle 3
sickly 3
sickness 133
sicknesses 3
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134 resulting
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133 sickness
133 source
132 admit
132 conformed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sickness

    Part, Question
1 1, 88 | knowledge is destroyed by ~sickness or the like." But in this 2 1, 109 | even as regards health and sickness. Therefore much more is ~ 3 1, 116 | the matter that caused the sickness, so does art. Secondly, 4 1, 116 | goes so far as to bring on sickness and death. Much more, then, ~ 5 2, 5 | knowledge is lost through sickness; or again by certain occupations, ~ 6 2, 13 | soul's health, health or sickness may be a matter of choice; 7 2, 18 | process" ~[privari]: thus sickness is privation of health; 8 2, 22 | body is healed, and loses sickness. At ~other times the contrary 9 2, 29 | thus a sick man hates his sickness ~for the very reason that 10 2, 41 | by desire, nor wounded by sickness" - i.e. sorrow - "nor ~tossed 11 2, 49 | dispositions or habits, just as ~sickness and health. Therefore habit 12 2, 49 | changeable causes; e.g. sickness and health: whereas we ~ 13 2, 50 | Aristotle mentions ~health and sickness in the Book on the Predicaments 14 2, 50 | that just as health and sickness may be easy or difficult ~ 15 2, 50 | same way of health ~and sickness as examples, as of virtue 16 2, 50 | there results a change as to sickness and ~health. But change 17 2, 51 | or Plato ~to be prone to sickness or inclined to health, in 18 2, 51 | OBJ 3: Further, health and sickness are habits. But it happens 19 2, 52 | alteration as to health and sickness. In like manner, if ~an 20 2, 53 | or to its contrary: thus sickness ceases ~through corruption 21 2, 53 | for ~instance, health and sickness. But those habits that have 22 2, 67 | of some great change or sickness. But no bodily change ~is 23 2, 67 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sickness destroys the habit of science 24 2, 67 | e.g. about health and ~sickness, good and evil. In like 25 2, 71 | the ~soul's health." Now sickness or disease, rather than 26 2, 71 | Tusc. iv), "disease and sickness ~are vicious qualities," 27 2, 71 | or the like; ~he calls it sickness "when the disease is attended 28 2, 71 | disease in the body without sickness, for ~instance, when a man 29 2, 71 | even without disease and sickness, e.g. ~when a man sins from 30 2, 71 | is of wider ~extent than sickness or disease; even as virtue 31 2, 71 | virtue, more ~fittingly than sickness or disease.~Aquin.: SMT 32 2, 71 | to ~church on account of sickness: but if the cause or occasion 33 2, 72 | humors; and then there is sickness. Now the principle of the 34 2, 72 | nature, while the disorder of sickness can be ~repaired by reason 35 2, 73 | being" ~corrupted, like sickness which is a privation of 36 2, 73 | For it matters much in sickness or deformity, ~whether one 37 2, 73 | varies in the same way as one sickness is graver than ~another: 38 2, 73 | humors, the ~graver is the sickness: thus a sickness which comes 39 2, 73 | is the sickness: thus a sickness which comes on the human 40 2, 73 | more grievous; even as that sickness is the graver which affects 41 2, 77 | instance, if anyone through sickness or some such cause fall 42 2, 82 | nature, as in the case of ~sickness or health. In this sense 43 2, 82 | justice, even as bodily sickness is an ~inordinate disposition 44 2, 82 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: As bodily sickness is partly a privation, in 45 2, 82 | indirectly from bodily ~sickness. Nor is it necessary to 46 2, 82 | For example, take bodily sickness: ~various species of sickness 47 2, 82 | sickness: ~various species of sickness proceed from different causes, 48 2, 82 | liver; while one ~specific sickness in one man will be one in 49 2, 82 | disposition of the soul, ~just as sickness is an inordinate disposition 50 2, 82 | disposition of the body. But sickness ~is subject to degrees. 51 2, 82 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sickness of the body, even sickness 52 2, 82 | Sickness of the body, even sickness of the same species, ~has 53 2, 88 | Para. 2/3~For sin, being a sickness of the soul, as stated above ( 54 2, 113 | has lost it either through sickness or sleep, he does not ~obtain 55 2, 6 | essential to the ~species of sickness, while darkness is not essential 56 2, 6 | assign as the ~cause of a sickness, something which is not 57 2, 30 | an internal cause, like sickness, and then we have "to visit ~ 58 2, 30 | and ~lameness are kinds of sickness, so that to lead the blind, 59 2, 74 | wishes a sinner to suffer sickness or hindrance of ~some kind, 60 2, 87 | required as a remedy for sickness. Now an oath ~is required 61 2, 94 | fortune-telling are not unlawful. Sickness is one of the misfortunes 62 2, 94 | that ~occur to man. Now sickness in man is preceded by certain 63 2, 94 | Reply OBJ 1: The causes of sickness are seated in us, and they 64 2, 94 | produce ~certain signs of sickness to come, which physicians 65 2, 94 | s neck, as a remedy for sickness or for any kind of distress.~ 66 2, 95 | she did not suffer such sickness as required bodily ~medicine, 67 2, 121 | of death arising out of sickness, ~storms at sea, attacks 68 2, 122 | through the ~absence or sickness of his wife. Hence it is 69 2, 123 | should not fear poverty, nor sickness, nor anything that is not 70 2, 145 | instance in order to avoid sickness, or in order to perform 71 2, 145 | burden to a man on account of sickness, age, or some similar reason, 72 2, 146 | vomiting as a remedy for sickness ~if the physician prescribes 73 2, 162 | on the other hand, death, sickness, and all defects of the ~ 74 2, 167 | from some ~cause such as sickness or the like. For this is 75 2, 187 | priest under ~pressure of sickness and emotional fervour, promised 76 2, 187 | reasonable motive, such as sickness, weakness, and the like.~ 77 2, 187 | Thirdly, on account ~of sickness or weakness, the result 78 3, 44 | Chrysostom, "we learn that his ~sickness was the result of sin."~ 79 3, 46 | body aside without any ~sickness, and had then appeared, 80 3, 50 | is a greater defect than sickness, because it is ~through 81 3, 50 | because it is ~through sickness that one comes to die. But 82 3, 50 | Christ to languish from sickness, as Chrysostom [*Athanasius, 83 3, 50 | suffer death which comes of sickness, lest ~He should seem to 84 3, 51 | willed to die, not from sickness, but from ~suffering inflicted 85 3, 52 | said to free a man from sickness by warding it off by means ~ 86 3, 68 | Secondly, by reason of sickness or some kind of danger of 87 3, 68 | are threatened by death, ~sickness, siege, persecution, or 88 3, 68 | threatened with danger of sickness, ~they should be baptized."~ 89 3, 80 | not suit every stage of sickness; ~because the tonic given 90 3, 82 | Reply OBJ 3: Weakness or sickness contracted by a priest after 91 3, 83 | stricken by death or grave sickness before ~the consecration 92 3, 83 | the time of mass, if ~any sickness supervenes, in consequence 93 3, 83 | But if they vomit from sickness, let them do ~penance for 94 3, 86 | thereby, but on account of the sickness which he suffered in his 95 Suppl, 12| preservation from bodily sickness ~is assured by removing 96 Suppl, 12| the causes from which the sickness may ensue, for ~if they 97 Suppl, 12| if they be taken away the sickness cannot follow. But it is 98 Suppl, 18| repeated during the same sickness, for the reason that all ~ 99 Suppl, 21| to deliver him from his sickness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 100 Suppl, 24| against his ~will through sickness. Hence the argument is not 101 Suppl, 29| remnants of sin, and ~bodily sickness. The third reason is that 102 Suppl, 29| state of misery, i.e. of sickness, mention of ~mercy is made 103 Suppl, 30| medicament is to expel ~sickness. Hence the chief object 104 Suppl, 30| sacrament is ~to cure the sickness of sin. Therefore, just 105 Suppl, 31| precisely to cleanse from ~sickness of the mind and body. Therefore 106 Suppl, 32| conferred in any kind of sickness?~(3) Whether it should be 107 Suppl, 32| be given in any kind of sickness?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 108 Suppl, 32| be given in any kind of ~sickness. For no kind of sickness 109 Suppl, 32| sickness. For no kind of sickness is determined in the fifth 110 Suppl, 32| be given in all kinds of sickness. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 111 Suppl, 32| Unction. Now it ~is not every sickness that brings man to the extremity 112 Suppl, 32| given in every ~case of sickness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 113 Suppl, 32| this life, through their sickness being of such a nature ~ 114 Suppl, 32| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Any sickness can cause death, if it be 115 Suppl, 32| whatever be the stage of their sickness. But ~the principal effect 116 Suppl, 32| only in which the spiritual sickness is rooted.~Aquin.: SMT XP 117 Suppl, 32| virulent. Now spiritual sickness is most virulent in the 118 Suppl, 33| repeated during the same sickness?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[33] A[ 119 Suppl, 33| repeated during the same sickness?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[33] A[ 120 Suppl, 33| repeated during ~the same sickness. For one disease demands 121 Suppl, 33| to be repeated for one ~sickness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[33] A[ 122 Suppl, 33| sacrament regards not only the sickness, but also ~the state of 123 Suppl, 33| relapse, it will be a second sickness, ~and he can be anointed 124 Suppl, 33| it were, another state of sickness, although ~strictly speaking, 125 Suppl, 33| speaking, it is not another sickness. This suffices for the ~ 126 Suppl, 42| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, sickness does not seek a remedy where 127 Suppl, 43| seemingly is it dissolved by sickness contracted ~after betrothal, 128 Suppl, 64| asked, whether on account of sickness, or because they have already ~ 129 Suppl, 64| disorder resulting from sickness. Accordingly if the menstrual 130 Suppl, 64| some motive, or allege sickness as a reason for not paying 131 Suppl, 67| imperfections either of body, as sickness or some notable deformity, ~ 132 Suppl, 79| above (Q[80], AA[3],4). Now, sickness and such like passions ~ 133 Suppl, 83| the sense of ~pain. But sickness hinders the sense of pain


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