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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 22 | secondary causes ~would be withdrawn.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 2 1, 45 | follow that when ~motion is withdrawn, only diverse relations 3 1, 63 | Therefore such love cannot be withdrawn from them. But in loving 4 1, 64 | substance, nothing can be withdrawn from his ~nature, so as 5 1, 66 | when its watery veil was withdrawn, and so ~we read that "the 6 1, 67 | when the source of light is withdrawn. Therefore ~light is not 7 1, 67 | destroyed when light is withdrawn. Hence it cannot be ~the 8 1, 69 | necessary for the waters to be withdrawn from a ~portion of the earth. 9 1, 69 | from which ~the waters had withdrawn, "He called, Earth," as 10 1, 46 | follow that when ~motion is withdrawn, only diverse relations 11 1, 64 | Therefore such love cannot be withdrawn from them. But in loving 12 1, 65 | substance, nothing can be withdrawn from his ~nature, so as 13 1, 67 | when its watery veil was withdrawn, and so ~we read that "the 14 1, 68 | when the source of light is withdrawn. Therefore ~light is not 15 1, 68 | destroyed when light is withdrawn. Hence it cannot be ~the 16 1, 70 | necessary for the waters to be withdrawn from a ~portion of the earth. 17 1, 70 | from which ~the waters had withdrawn, "He called, Earth," as 18 1, 85 | know the future; hence when withdrawn from corporeal sense, and, ~ 19 1, 85 | the body, and hence when withdrawn from the corporeal senses ~ 20 1, 85 | to know the future when withdrawn from the senses: rather 21 1, 85 | spiritual causes when it is ~withdrawn from the senses, as it is 22 1, 103 | ruling power of God were withdrawn from His creatures, their 23 1, 112 | angelic ministrations are not ~withdrawn for others although they 24 1, 112 | anything at all, is entirely withdrawn from the ~providence of 25 2, 5 | whereby a man is altogether withdrawn from contemplation.~Aquin.: 26 2, 5 | Nor again can ~it be withdrawn by any other agent. Because 27 2, 33 | things, or it is entirely withdrawn from them; and thus if the 28 2, 37 | of one power, that it is withdrawn ~from the action of another 29 2, 44 | heat and vital spirits are withdrawn ~inwardly. But accumulation 30 2, 44 | Further, in fear, the heat is withdrawn from the outer to the ~inner 31 2, 44 | through the heat being withdrawn thus; it seems that fear 32 2, 45 | account of the ~heat being withdrawn from the outer to the inner 33 2, 67 | simple thing is either ~withdrawn entirely, or remains entirely. 34 2, 67 | it seems that ~it is withdrawn entirely.~Aquin.: SMT FS 35 2, 67 | OBJ 1: If "rational" be withdrawn, the remaining "living" 36 2, 67 | accidental to a thing be withdrawn, the substance remains. 37 2, 69 | honors; from which man is withdrawn - by a virtue so ~that he 38 2, 69 | irascible passions man is withdrawn - by a virtue, so that they 39 2, 69 | concupiscible passions, man is ~withdrawn - by a virtue, so that man 40 2, 73 | can with difficulty be ~withdrawn from it. "For the desire 41 2, 87 | of Divine grace which is ~withdrawn on account of sin. Wherefore 42 2, 89 | Although those who are withdrawn from the care of temporal ~ 43 2, 102 | fact that thereby men were withdrawn from ~offering sacrifices 44 2, 102 | necessities of life ~should not be withdrawn from the ox that treadeth 45 2, 108 | holy things could not be withdrawn from the unworthy. But he ~ 46 2, 109 | since if this had been withdrawn, even ~his nature would 47 2, 8 | state ~of grace, are never withdrawn from them. Now the grace 48 2, 13 | God's gifts whereby we are withdrawn from sin, are two: one is 49 2, 13 | things whereby a man is withdrawn from sin. ~This is, properly 50 2, 14 | attention is frequently withdrawn ~from this subtle contemplation: 51 2, 20 | Holy Spirit, whereby he is ~withdrawn from sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 42 | For an impure heart is withdrawn from loving God, on account 53 2, 79 | Supreme Being it must ~be withdrawn from inferior things: and 54 2, 89 | to God, by so much is he withdrawn from things opposed to God, 55 2, 89 | singing, lest thereby they be ~withdrawn from greater things. Hence 56 2, 98 | whereby man is ~wont to be withdrawn from sin, as stated above ( 57 2, 99 | our parents, we are not withdrawn ~from the service of God, 58 2, 105 | Whether favors should be withdrawn from the ungrateful?~Aquin.: 59 2, 121 | following ~the reason. Now to be withdrawn from something difficult 60 2, 121 | guard the will against being withdrawn from the good of ~reason 61 2, 138 | to spiritual goods may be withdrawn from them by ~corporal dangers, 62 2, 139 | popular praise." Now we ~are withdrawn from God's laws not only 63 2, 145 | the natural heat being withdrawn ~inwardly at night-time 64 2, 156 | reason, whereby man is withdrawn from evil. It is, however, 65 2, 162 | which favor, however, ~was withdrawn through the sin of our first 66 2, 165 | ways. ~First, when a man is withdrawn by a less profitable study 67 2, 170 | soul, according as it is withdrawn from ~the sense of the body, 68 2, 170 | OBJ 1: When the soul is withdrawn from corporeal things, it ~ 69 2, 172 | a man's soul asleep and withdrawn from objects of sense. Secondly ~ 70 2, 173 | God?~(4) Whether he was withdrawn from his senses?~(5) Whether, 71 2, 173 | things. ~Hence when he is withdrawn from the apprehension of 72 2, 173 | things supernatural, and withdrawn from ~his senses, according 73 2, 173 | not only through being withdrawn from his senses, but also ~ 74 2, 173 | but also ~through being withdrawn from the things to which 75 2, 173 | uplifted to divine things and ~withdrawn from his senses, is not 76 2, 173 | lower appetite a ~man is withdrawn from the movement of his 77 2, 173 | is more a ~case of being withdrawn from that which is proper 78 2, 173 | Paul, when in rapture, was withdrawn from his senses?~Aquin.: 79 2, 173 | when in rapture, was not withdrawn from ~his senses. For Augustine 80 2, 173 | Divine essence without being withdrawn from the senses of the body. ~ 81 2, 173 | without, however, being ~withdrawn from His senses. Therefore 82 2, 173 | no need for Paul to be ~withdrawn from his senses in order 83 2, 173 | essence of God, was ~not withdrawn from his senses.~Aquin.: 84 2, 173 | see God's essence, to be withdrawn from phantasms. For God' 85 2, 173 | His essence without being ~withdrawn from his senses.~Aquin.: 86 2, 173 | a power of the soul, was withdrawn from its bodily surroundings 87 2, 173 | necessary for him to be withdrawn from the forces ~of the 88 2, 173 | necessary for him to be withdrawn from the forces of the vegetative ~ 89 2, 173 | phantasms; ~and this is not withdrawn by the divine power from 90 2, 173 | and sensible objects ~is withdrawn from the soul, lest it be 91 2, 173 | for his intellect to be withdrawn from phantasms and the ~ 92 2, 173 | sleeping man, or of one that is withdrawn from his bodily senses during ~ 93 2, 175 | profit of others. Hence it is withdrawn sometimes through the ~fault 94 2, 175 | sanctifying grace also is withdrawn on ~account of a person' 95 2, 180 | sorrow ~when those goods are withdrawn. In this way they will known 96 2, 187 | others, who are thereby withdrawn from entering or incited 97 2, 187 | to religion, they can be withdrawn by their parents or ~guardians. 98 2, 187 | Whether one ought to be withdrawn from entering religion through ~ 99 2, 187 | seem that one ought to be withdrawn from entering ~religion 100 3, 14 | whereby original justice is ~withdrawn. And thus, because Christ 101 3, 31 | earth, and as though He had withdrawn ~Himself from the Father. 102 3, 44 | diametrically ~opposite, having withdrawn from the sun "at the ninth 103 3, 50 | through God's grace is never withdrawn ~except through fault. Hence 104 3, 57 | Christ's bodily presence was withdrawn from the ~faithful by the 105 3, 68 | no assistance should be withdrawn from sinners. But ~sinners 106 3, 77 | existence when the substance is withdrawn whereby ~it was preserved 107 3, 77 | the definition of accident withdrawn from ~them, nor does the 108 3, 77 | since, when the ~subject is withdrawn, the accidents remain according 109 3, 77 | power when the substance is withdrawn, so, when matter is withdrawn, 110 3, 77 | withdrawn, so, when matter is withdrawn, the ~qualities which go 111 3, 82 | mend; but the exercise is ~withdrawn from the degraded, as though 112 3, 85 | servile fear, whereby a man is withdrawn from sin through fear of ~ 113 Suppl, 21| excommunicated person is withdrawn ~altogether from God's providence, 114 Suppl, 40| of the world as not to be withdrawn thereby from ~the Divine 115 Suppl, 54| men ~should be yet more withdrawn from carnal things by devoting 116 Suppl, 57| generation the son is not withdrawn from the ~father's power, 117 Suppl, 62| must not be ~subsequently withdrawn." Now it has been decided 118 Suppl, 68| child ought to incur are withdrawn by the ~authority of the 119 Suppl, 71| this ~matter of grief is withdrawn from them when suffrages 120 Suppl, 72| it were dies . . . and is withdrawn from our sight . ~. . and 121 Suppl, 77| from which the former were withdrawn, so that ~the commonwealth 122 Suppl, 83| Therefore death should not be withdrawn from the damned, since ~ 123 Suppl, 83| movement or change may be withdrawn from a movable in two ~ways: 124 Suppl, 83| the heavenly ~movement be withdrawn, the contraries of which 125 Suppl, 83| with which other things are withdrawn. But in so far as it ~deprives 126 Appen1, 1| that end to which the ~gift withdrawn destined him, which gift


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