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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hindrance

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1 1, 19 | this is because of the hindrance of some other particular 2 1, 19 | corporeal things, from this hindrance of a corporeal cause, must 3 1, 22 | through the intervention and hindrance of some other ~particular 4 1, 57 | another owing to a twofold hindrance; namely, on account of the 5 1, 62 | owing to some intervening hindrance; as to mount upwards is ~ 6 1, 62 | nature, and ~because he has a hindrance from the corruption of the 7 1, 62 | from any contrariety or hindrance of natural powers; but from 8 1, 63 | neighbor's good ~to be a hindrance to his own. But another' 9 1, 63 | good could not be deemed a ~hindrance to the good coveted by the 10 1, 58 | another owing to a twofold hindrance; namely, on account of the 11 1, 63 | owing to some intervening hindrance; as to mount upwards is ~ 12 1, 63 | nature, and ~because he has a hindrance from the corruption of the 13 1, 63 | from any contrariety or hindrance of natural powers; but from 14 1, 64 | neighbor's good ~to be a hindrance to his own. But another' 15 1, 64 | good could not be deemed a ~hindrance to the good coveted by the 16 1, 80 | contrary agencies which are a hindrance to the ~acquisition of what 17 1, 83 | form on account of some hindrance, as a light thing may ~be 18 1, 83 | senses necessarily involves a hindrance to the judgment ~of the 19 1, 84 | accidentally through some hindrance ~occurring to the sensile 20 1, 88 | therefore, is a much ~greater hindrance to the knowledge of the 21 1, 90 | namely, ~on account of a hindrance to his senses arising necessarily 22 1, 95 | making use of them without hindrance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 23 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: Servitude is a hindrance to the good use of power: ~ 24 2, 4 | extraneous to the ~operation is a hindrance thereto: sometimes by distracting 25 2, 4 | action of heat: and such a hindrance ~to operation is repugnant 26 2, 4 | in every way: and such a hindrance to ~operation is not incompatible 27 2, 4 | seen, yet it might prove a ~hindrance thereto. Consequently, perfection 28 2, 5 | as true things that are a hindrance to the ~knowledge of truth. 29 2, 14 | action can be hindered, the hindrance is not ~always at hand. 30 2, 17 | condition is a help or a hindrance ~to that act. Consequently 31 2, 28 | association with others prove a ~hindrance to their exclusive individual 32 2, 28 | as though these ~were a hindrance to their excelling. And 33 2, 35 | and every sorrow is a ~hindrance of all manner of pleasure: 34 2, 35 | Because ~pain caused by a hindrance to contemplation, is not 35 2, 35 | OBJ 4: Sorrow caused by a hindrance to contemplation, is not ~ 36 2, 36 | itself is future, yet the hindrance is ~reckoned as present, 37 2, 37 | But, of itself, it is a hindrance; and if it be intense, it 38 2, 37 | bodily pain is a greater hindrance to ~contemplation which 39 2, 37 | Therefore sorrow is not a hindrance to work, but helps one to 40 2, 40 | Whether hope is a help or a hindrance to action?~Aquin.: SMT FS 41 2, 40 | hope is not a help but a hindrance to action. ~Because hope 42 2, 40 | action. Therefore hope is a hindrance to action.~Aquin.: SMT FS 43 2, 40 | in which a man fears no ~hindrance, are no longer looked upon 44 2, 41 | research: whereas stupor is a hindrance ~thereto.~ 45 2, 44 | conducive to counsel, and a hindrance ~thereto. But fear hinders 46 2, 44 | passion is, the greater the hindrance is it ~to the man who is 47 2, 44 | say this if fear were a ~hindrance to a good work. Therefore 48 2, 46 | reason; and ~yet proves a hindrance to reason. Wherefore the 49 2, 48 | and ~consequently is a hindrance to anger. But pleasure felt 50 2, 48 | greater heat to remove the hindrance to the object of his love; 51 2, 59 | 2: Further, sorrow is a hindrance to work, as the Philosopher 52 2, 59 | Ethic. vii, 13; x, 5). But a hindrance to good works is incompatible ~ 53 2, 59 | in whom there ~can be no hindrance to wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS 54 2, 77 | habitually, on ~account of some hindrance supervening, e.g. some external 55 2, 77 | 3: Further, passion is a hindrance to reason, as explained 56 2, 84 | another's good as being a hindrance to ~one's own excellence, 57 2, 89 | light. Now venial sin is a ~hindrance to actual comeliness, but 58 2, 113 | tending freely to God. Now a ~hindrance to movement must be removed 59 2, 10 | that might ~ensue, or some hindrance to the salvation of those 60 2, 27 | glory, is connected with the hindrance to a participation of the 61 2, 28 | tranquillity and without hindrance, to that which he desires: 62 2, 31 | sin proves somewhat of a ~hindrance to this correction, for 63 2, 31 | Consequently whenever it is a hindrance to the ~end, for instance 64 2, 31 | be of use without being a hindrance, and thus his sin be amended ~ 65 2, 33 | troublesome to the body, or as a hindrance to the body's pleasure, 66 2, 38 | observance of holy days is no hindrance to those ~things which are 67 2, 41 | scandal denotes any kind of hindrance: for ~Peter wished to hinder 68 2, 41 | sense, to denote any kind of hindrance. Hence Our Lord ~said to 69 2, 41 | lest he "should give ~any hindrance to the Gospel of Christ" 70 2, 45 | they tend to be a help or a hindrance to that which has to be 71 2, 47 | virtue, but against the hindrance of acts of ~virtue.~Aquin.: 72 2, 65 | right. ~Secondly, he finds a hindrance on the part of the commonwealth, 73 2, 74 | sinner to suffer sickness or hindrance of ~some kind, either that 74 2, 80 | abstract matters are often a hindrance to devotion. Therefore ~ 75 2, 80 | mind from such things is a hindrance to devotion.~Aquin.: SMT 76 2, 80 | things sometimes occasion a ~hindrance to devotion; while in simple 77 2, 85 | lest he should occasion a hindrance to the ~Gospel of Christ [* 78 2, 86 | simply evil, or useless, or a hindrance to a greater good: ~and 79 2, 87 | wherefore there is no hindrance, if by intending to assure 80 2, 87 | evil, or because it is a hindrance to a good, ~then his oath 81 2, 87 | when it involves a sin or a hindrance to good. For in either case " 82 2, 87 | adultery), ~or through being a hindrance to a greater good, as if 83 2, 99 | find our parents to be a hindrance in our ~way to God, we must 84 2, 102 | First, on account of a hindrance arising from ~the stronger 85 2, 136 | toilsome things that are a hindrance to pleasures. Now the delicate 86 2, 139 | spiritual pleasure is a hindrance to ~another greater and 87 2, 139 | classes. For ~some are a hindrance to health and a sound condition 88 2, 139 | temperance. But others are not a hindrance to those things, and these ~ 89 2, 147 | wherever we find a special hindrance to reason, there ~must needs 90 2, 147 | drink is a ~special kind of hindrance to the use of reason, inasmuch 91 2, 147 | in order to remove this hindrance to ~reason a special virtue, 92 2, 147 | drink is a special kind of hindrance, as stated above, wherefore 93 2, 147 | considered, not as food but as a hindrance to reason. Hence it does 94 2, 147 | drinks there is one kind of hindrance ~to the use of reason: so 95 2, 147 | Now the use of wine is a ~hindrance to wisdom, for it is written ( 96 2, 151 | venereal act is a ~great hindrance to virtue. For Augustine 97 2, 151 | OBJ 1: A thing may be a hindrance to virtue in two ways. First, 98 2, 152 | which is ~the source of this hindrance: and on this account they 99 2, 170 | worldly employment should be a hindrance to the gift of prophecy.~ 100 2, 178 | strife and struggle is a hindrance to delight. Now ~there is 101 2, 179 | of the active life are a hindrance to contemplation.~Aquin.: 102 2, 180 | life. Now active life is a hindrance to clear vision; for Gregory 103 2, 181 | you." Now distinction is a hindrance to peace, for peace would 104 2, 183 | Sometimes ~again this hindrance arises on the part of others, 105 2, 186 | common property, is no ~hindrance to the perfection of the 106 3, 36 | this would have been a ~hindrance to the redemption of man, 107 3, 42 | their malice a considerable hindrance to ~the salvation of the 108 3, 55 | reason do we "understand this hindrance in their ~eyes to have been 109 3, 55 | of His body, the enemy's hindrance may be ~understood to have 110 3, 55 | supplying ~proofs seems to be a hindrance in the way of man's beatitude; 111 3, 57 | speaking, by removing the hindrance which is sin, and also by ~ 112 3, 65 | religion in any sacrament is a hindrance ~to salvation. Therefore, 113 3, 65 | any of the sacraments is a hindrance ~to salvation, yet it does 114 3, 68 | in Baptism." Nor is it a hindrance to their salvation if their 115 3, 80 | by the flesh, which is a hindrance to the fervor of love ~required 116 3, 80 | 2 Para. 2/2~However, the hindrance to charity itself weighs 117 3, 80 | itself weighs more than the hindrance ~to its fervor. Hence the 118 3, 80 | it be ~without sin, is no hindrance to receiving the body of 119 3, 80 | Further, venial sin is no hindrance to receiving the sacrament, ~ 120 3, 87 | the introduction of some ~hindrance to beauty, e.g. mud or dust; 121 3, 88 | in so far as they were a hindrance to sin. ~Consequently if 122 3, 89 | them; wherefore if this hindrance, on the ~part of the man 123 Suppl, 4 | sorrow of contrition is a hindrance to worldly joy, but ~not 124 Suppl, 5 | slightness of this is no hindrance to real contrition, ~because 125 Suppl, 11| can be a help ~and not a hindrance. But this opinion seems 126 Suppl, 14| therefore, every sin is a hindrance to ~the friendship of charity, 127 Suppl, 19| so that punishment is a hindrance not because it is ~contrary 128 Suppl, 39| things which do not prove a hindrance to the exercise of Orders.~


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