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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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void

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | natural desire would remain void.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 2 1, 58 | that are not seen, is ~made void when vision succeeds. But 3 1, 66 | Gn. 1:2): "The earth was void and empty," or ~"invisible 4 1, 66 | read that "the earth was void," or "invisible," inasmuch 5 1, 66 | the words, "the earth was ~void and empty."~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 66 | the earth is ~said to be "void and empty," or "invisible 7 1, 66 | called ~"invisible" or "void," and its potentiality is 8 1, 67 | read that "the earth was void and ~empty," and another 9 1, 69 | the earth is said ~to be "void" or "invisible," because 10 1, 69 | earth was "invisible" or "void," being covered by the ~ 11 1, 59 | that are not seen, is ~made void when vision succeeds. But 12 1, 67 | Gn. 1:2): "The earth was void and empty," or ~"invisible 13 1, 67 | read that "the earth was void," or "invisible," inasmuch 14 1, 67 | the words, "the earth was ~void and empty."~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 67 | the earth is ~said to be "void and empty," or "invisible 16 1, 67 | called ~"invisible" or "void," and its potentiality is 17 1, 68 | read that "the earth was void and ~empty," and another 18 1, 70 | the earth is said ~to be "void" or "invisible," because 19 1, 70 | earth was "invisible" or "void," being covered by the ~ 20 1, 86 | OBJ 3: Further, "in things void of matter, the intellect 21 1, 86 | But the human mind is void ~of matter, not being the 22 1, 90 | way that ~it is entirely void of the whole "genus" of 23 1, 97 | s purpose would become ~void.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 24 1, 97 | Gn. 1,2). But ~nothing is void in God's works. Therefore, 25 1, 108 | principality; for they are void of all holiness. Therefore 26 2, 1 | things which are altogether ~void of knowledge. ~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 11 | appetitive power. ~Now things void of reason have indeed a 28 2, 11 | it is clear that ~things void of knowledge, although they 29 2, 11 | appetite, especially in things void of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 12 | the end. For in ~things void of reason nature stands 31 2, 12 | intends the end even in things void of reason, as is proved 32 2, 12 | therefore irrational animals are void ~of reason, it seems that 33 2, 18 | as its ~potentiality is void of act; whereas in so far 34 2, 68 | that "she overcomes the void of ignorance," ~which refers 35 2, 93 | way, but are altogether void of reason, it seems that 36 2, 96 | s commandments are made void by ~human laws, according 37 2, 96 | Mt. 15:6: "You have made void the commandment of ~God 38 2, 98 | was given: "You have made void the commandment of God for ~ 39 2, 99 | says (Eph. 2:15): "Making void the Law of ~commandments 40 2, 102 | Because on Eph. 2:15, "Making void the law of the ~commandments," 41 2, 102 | gloss says, (i.e.) "making void the Old Law as to the ~carnal 42 2, 102 | would have been useless to void them by the ~reasonable 43 2, 105 | state or country to become void of ~inhabitants. Hence the 44 2, 106 | 10:28,29: "A man making ~void the Law of Moses dieth without 45 2, 107 | Because ~to fulfil and to void are contrary. But the New 46 2, 107 | 1: The New Law does not void observance of the Old Law 47 2, 114 | prayers of the just are not void, but efficacious, ~according 48 2, 7 | reward shall not be made void." ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[7] A[ 49 2, 15 | reward shall not be made void."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] A[ 50 2, 34 | above ~(A[1]), and may be void of sin. Hence Gregory says ( 51 2, 60 | inequality is sometimes void of injustice, as is the 52 2, 87 | 23:13), "if he make it void," ~i.e. if he deceive his 53 2, 102 | faith in Christ does not void the order of justice, but ~ 54 2, 169 | prophecies shall be made void," and that "we prophesy 55 2, 171 | Divine essence is not made void in ~heaven; whereas "prophecy 56 2, 171 | whereas "prophecy is made void" (1 Cor. 13:8). Therefore 57 2, 171 | comes the former is made void, as appears from the words 58 2, 178 | this life will be made ~void, according to 1 Cor. 13: 59 2, 178 | prophecies shall be made void, ~or tongues shall cease, 60 2, 178 | contemplative life is made void.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[ 61 2, 184 | because they have made void their first faith." But 62 2, 187 | declare the deed null and void." It is therefore unlawful 63 2, 187 | but ~the vow can be made void by her parents. Hence it 64 3, 39 | of a ~simple character, void of cunning and deceit: whence 65 3, 55 | part of Christ's office to ~void the merit of faith. Consequently, 66 3, 60 | Mary," the baptism would be void; because it is written ( 67 3, 60 | sacrament is not rendered void.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 68 3, 64 | heretics do, is carnal, void and counterfeit, so ~that 69 3, 69 | For a dead work, which is void of charity, can never ~come 70 3, 72 | must be considered null and void; nor ~will such a thing 71 3, 83 | of princes it is deemed void. Therefore, if the various 72 Suppl, 4 | contrition, because they are void of sorrow by reason of the ~ 73 Suppl, 7 | while servile fear, which is void of hope, is previous ~to 74 Suppl, 8 | disputed case the sentence is void if pronounced by ~another 75 Suppl, 14| therefore, do good deeds void ~punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 76 Suppl, 17| knowledge; whereas knowledge void of ~authority can be possessed 77 Suppl, 19| wickedness of the minister cannot void the liberality of ~his lord. 78 Suppl, 21| as to render the sentence void, this has no effect, for 79 Suppl, 25| is concerned, makes faith void. and so sins ~mortally. 80 Suppl, 43| subsequent sale ~does not void a previous sale. Therefore 81 Suppl, 43| should a second contract ~void a previous one.~Aquin.: 82 Suppl, 49| displeasing, it is wholly void of venial sin; so that it 83 Suppl, 51| natural law for error to void marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 84 Suppl, 51| Further, error does not void marriage except as removing ~ 85 Suppl, 51| their previous error did not void their marriage.~Aquin.: 86 Suppl, 51| Wherefore error, in order to ~void marriage, must needs be 87 Suppl, 51| rank, as such, does not void a ~marriage, for the same 88 Suppl, 51| about ~his rank does not void the marriage; but if she 89 Suppl, 51| and the marriage will be void.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 90 Suppl, 51| equal value, ~this does not void the contract. But if there 91 Suppl, 52| in itself, is ~unable to void a marriage; and consequently 92 Suppl, 53| binding that a marriage is void if contracted in despite 93 Suppl, 53| Hence the argument ~is void for it assigns as a cause 94 Suppl, 53| that follows such a vow is void, a vow ~of this kind is 95 Suppl, 54| positive law can neither void nor extend those things ~ 96 Suppl, 55| intercourse and is altogether void of blood-relationship. Now 97 Suppl, 55| intercourse and is ~altogether void of blood-relationship. But 98 Suppl, 55| words "which ~is altogether void of blood-relationship" apply 99 Suppl, 55| those impediments which void a betrothal prevent ~affinity 100 Suppl, 55| because the betrothal is void. If however, a minor, ~laboring 101 Suppl, 55| to ~matrimony, it cannot void the marriage, as stated 102 Suppl, 55| contracting of a ~marriage and void the contract. Therefore 103 Suppl, 56| of marriage but does not void the contract.~Aquin.: SMT 104 Suppl, 56| relationship, since he is void of spiritual life to which 105 Suppl, 58| time, and then it ~does not void a marriage: or it is perpetual 106 Suppl, 58| the contract altogether void, whether ~the party with 107 Suppl, 58| know of it the contract is void. ~Consequently frigidity 108 Suppl, 58| perpetual: hence it does not void the marriage contract, and 109 Suppl, 58| perpetual and then it does not void marriage. And in order to ~ 110 Suppl, 58| Therefore ~it does not void marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 111 Suppl, 58| be perpetual in order to void the marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 112 Suppl, 58| Therefore it does not void the marriage contract.~Aquin.: 113 Suppl, 58| otherwise contracted ~are void. Now for the most part this 114 Suppl, 59| the ~marriage would not be void: whereas on the other hand 115 Suppl, 59| Church, their marriage is void. Therefore ~the same applies 116 Suppl, 60| marry her his marriage is void. He is not however hereby ~ 117 Suppl, 60| contracting of marriage and void the contract, as we say 118 Suppl, 61| of a year, is ~accounted void. Therefore if he return 119 Suppl, 64| Although the marriage act is void of sin, nevertheless ~since 120 Suppl, 66| the sacrament, nor does it void the ~sacrament in its essence 121 Suppl, 66| For when the sacrament is void there can be no defect in 122 Suppl, 75| Church's ~prayer cannot be void and not granted: "If you 123 Suppl, 75| of the saints cannot be void; but ~nothing prevents their 124 Suppl, 75| conditional desire being void. Such is the desire ~whereby 125 Suppl, 78| nutritive powers would be void of purpose.~Aquin.: SMT 126 Appen1, 1| wherefore, since original sin is void of pleasure, its punishment ~


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