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129 absence
129 add
129 beloved
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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absence

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | But ~evil is not the total absence of goodness. Therefore the 2 1, 16 | has ~one form, but by the absence of all distinguishing form. 3 1, 17 | of something even in its absence. Hence, when anyone perceives 4 1, 33 | sense privation means the absence of what something ought 5 1, 41 | perfection and the total absence of matter in God ~require 6 1, 48 | of evil is signified the ~absence of good. And this is what 7 1, 48 | as such, is good, the ~absence of one implies the absence 8 1, 48 | absence of one implies the absence of the other.~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 48 | itself, but evil as the absence of the due end. Yet neither 10 1, 48 | end. Yet neither does ~the absence of the due end by itself 11 1, 48 | A[1]), evil imports the absence of good. But not every absence 12 1, 48 | absence of good. But not every absence of good is evil. For absence 13 1, 48 | absence of good is evil. For absence of good can be ~taken in 14 1, 48 | and in a negative sense. Absence of good, taken ~negatively, 15 1, 48 | strength of a lion. But the ~absence of good, taken in a privative 16 1, 49 | cause. ~For evil is the absence of the good, which is natural 17 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Such absence of form in the angels can 18 1, 62 | formation in glory; and so the absence of ~formation preceded formation 19 1, 63 | presuppose ignorance, but merely absence of consideration of the ~ 20 1, 66 | his sense it means the absence of all form, and if we thus 21 1, 66 | exclusion of all form, but the absence of that beauty and ~comeliness 22 1, 67 | the air is darkened by the absence of ~the luminary, the body 23 1, 67 | is corrupted by the mere absence of the luminary. And should 24 1, 69 | matter implies the total absence of form, since heaven, earth, 25 1, 41 | perfection and the total absence of matter in God ~require 26 1, 49 | of evil is signified the ~absence of good. And this is what 27 1, 49 | as such, is good, the ~absence of one implies the absence 28 1, 49 | absence of one implies the absence of the other.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 49 | itself, but evil as the absence of the due end. Yet neither 30 1, 49 | end. Yet neither does ~the absence of the due end by itself 31 1, 49 | A[1]), evil imports the absence of ~good. But not every 32 1, 49 | of ~good. But not every absence of good is evil. For absence 33 1, 49 | absence of good is evil. For absence of good can be ~taken in 34 1, 49 | and in a negative sense. Absence of good, taken ~negatively, 35 1, 49 | strength of a lion. But the ~absence of good, taken in a privative 36 1, 50 | cause. ~For evil is the absence of the good, which is natural 37 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Such absence of form in the angels can 38 1, 63 | formation in glory; and so the absence of ~formation preceded formation 39 1, 64 | presuppose ignorance, but merely absence of consideration of the ~ 40 1, 67 | his sense it means the absence of all form, and if we thus 41 1, 67 | exclusion of all form, but the absence of that beauty and ~comeliness 42 1, 68 | the air is darkened by the absence of ~the luminary, the body 43 1, 68 | is corrupted by the mere absence of the luminary. And should 44 1, 70 | matter implies the total absence of form, since heaven, earth, 45 1, 77 | images of bodies in the absence of bodies. Whence it is 46 1, 83 | actually imagine in ~the absence of the sensible. Therefore 47 1, 91 | the definition with the absence of the thing ~defined.~Aquin.: 48 1, 92 | Reply OBJ 3: As unity means absence of division, a species is 49 1, 93 | be in his intellect the absence of some ~knowledge, but 50 1, 103 | presence of God, and in His absence ~returns at once to darkness."~ 51 1, 114 | reason of its presence or ~absence causes variety in the generation 52 2, 4 | points out the reason of this absence, saying: "For we walk by 53 2, 6 | it might be due to his ~absence from the helm.~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 15 | corporeal things, even in the ~absence of the things of which they 55 2, 28 | not an effect of love. For absence is ~incompatible with union. 56 2, 28 | love is compatible with absence; for the ~Apostle says ( 57 2, 28 | desire implies the real absence of the ~beloved: but love 58 2, 28 | when present; or, in ~the absence of the object loved, by 59 2, 28 | arise; viz. sadness at its absence, which is denoted by ~"languor" ( 60 2, 29 | felt more keenly in the absence of the object loved; ~thus 61 2, 32 | inasmuch as it ~implies absence of that good, it causes 62 2, 32 | that which is loved, the absence of which ~causes sadness; 63 2, 32 | deliverance which ensued: because absence of evil is looked upon as ~ 64 2, 35 | far as from sorrow at the absence of something, or at the 65 2, 35 | love for the ~thing, whose absence gives us pain. Consequently, 66 2, 36 | object of pleasure, the absence of that same thing is the 67 2, 37 | and which arises from the absence of the thing desired. Moreover ~ 68 2, 38 | we mourn their death ~or absence. But nothing united us more 69 2, 38 | of the friend's death or absence, inclines him to sorrow: 70 2, 48 | felt so keenly as in the absence of the ~beloved," as Augustine 71 2, 48 | 5) that "if a friend's absence lasts long, ~it seems to 72 2, 50 | are essential, through the absence of matter in ~them." And 73 2, 65 | nature of virtue, through the absence of prudence, ~which is wanting 74 2, 65 | for this involves ~the absence of due order to the first 75 2, 75 | negation: ~in the first place, absence of the cause of affirmation; 76 2, 75 | of the effect: ~thus the absence of the sun is the cause 77 2, 76 | nescience ~denotes mere absence of knowledge; wherefore 78 2, 82 | For original sin ~is the absence of original justice, as 79 2, 102 | in ~order to denote the absence of all carnal sweetness 80 2, 105 | or ~deteriorated in his absence, he was bound to make restitution. 81 2, 112 | presence in us and His ~absence cannot be known with certainty, 82 2, 5 | It follows then, that the absence of faith in them could only 83 2, 10 | rather than from the mere absence of ~faith, for the latter 84 2, 18 | extrinsic, viz. the presence or absence of charity, ~and so they 85 2, 23 | darkened at once by God's absence, because distance ~from 86 2, 27 | us by charity. For the ~absence of what we love causes sorrow 87 2, 27 | love, either ~through the absence of the thing loved, or because 88 2, 51 | as merely to signify the absence of prudence, for this can ~ 89 2, 58 | and consequently their absence does not make a judgment 90 2, 58 | to be ~usurped, as in the absence of public authority which 91 2, 66 | accuse or be accused in his absence." Now writing seems ~to 92 2, 66 | not only on account of the absence of the ~person who has something 93 2, 71 | they are uttered in his absence and without his knowledge. 94 2, 72 | tongue, with one in your absence, with another in your ~presence. 95 2, 122 | continency, through the ~absence or sickness of his wife. 96 2, 139 | sorrows that arise from the absence ~of those pleasures. For 97 2, 139 | like sorrow arises from the absence of the aforesaid pleasures.~ 98 2, 139 | grieves moderately ~for the absence of the things he desires.~ 99 2, 151 | rashness," which denotes ~absence of counsel, as stated above ( 100 2, 152 | is "seduction," in ~the absence of violence, and "rape" 101 2, 152 | reason; wherefore in the absence of reason's judgment, ~there 102 2, 169 | mind, yet ~so that in its absence he knows that its presence 103 2, 169 | disciple Giezi had done in his absence (4 Kgs. 5:26), and in like 104 2, 173 | of habit; even as in the absence of the ~sensible object, 105 2, 183 | by another person in the absence of the pastor, it is lawful ~ 106 3, 64 | minister is necessary; in the absence of ~which the sacrament 107 3, 65 | as a remedy against the absence of spiritual life; Confirmation, ~ 108 3, 69 | to act is not due to the ~absence of habits, but to an impediment 109 3, 73 | to be reverenced in his absence. Hence Eusebius says: "Since 110 Suppl, 8 | sacrament, on account of ~the absence of the part which belongs 111 Suppl, 9 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the absence of one's own priest, confession 112 Suppl, 24| and would suffer from his absence; (5) if a ~religious strike 113 Suppl, 45| Para. 1/1~Whether, in the absence of inward consent, a marriage 114 Suppl, 45| would seem that even in the absence of inward consent a ~marriage 115 Suppl, 45| the marriage bond in the absence of consent."~Aquin.: SMT 116 Suppl, 46| make a marriage ~in the absence of mental consent, as stated 117 Suppl, 49| them?~(6) Whether in their absence it is always a mortal sin?~ 118 Suppl, 51| circumstance the ~presence or absence of which makes an action 119 Suppl, 57| suffers ~especially from the absence of children of his own begetting. 120 Suppl, 62| dead on account of his long absence, has married ~again; the 121 Suppl, 62| is to be understood as an absence of ~prohibition: and thus 122 Suppl, 67| kinds of permission: one by absence of ~precept, so that when 123 Suppl, 67| Cor. 7). The second is by absence of prohibition: ~thus venial 124 Suppl, 67| forbidden. ~The third is by absence of prevention, and thus 125 Suppl, 83| two ~ways: first through absence of a principle of movement, 126 Suppl, 89| sense, it indicates the absence of ~limiting matter, since 127 Suppl, 96| unto eternal life in the absence of ~charity. Now it happens 128 Appen1, 2| the more painful is its absence. And since after this ~life 129 Appen1, 2| tranquillity denote the absence of combat, as occurs even


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