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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exclude

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | word "perfect" is used to exclude the "now" of time.~Aquin.: 2 1, 19 | words does not intend to exclude ~election from God absolutely; 3 1, 19 | first cause, it does not ~exclude intermediate causes. But 4 1, 19 | universal cause, ~does not exclude intermediate causes that 5 1, 22 | over everything does not exclude ~the action of secondary 6 1, 28 | Boethius did not wish to ~exclude relation in God; but he 7 1, 30 | unity and simplicity of God exclude every kind ~of plurality 8 1, 30 | that is, plurality - "we exclude the idea of oneness and ~ 9 1, 30 | Reply OBJ 3: "One" does not exclude multitude, but division, 10 1, 31 | exclusive term, which seems to exclude otherness, can be ~joined 11 1, 31 | says in the same ~book: "We exclude from God the idea of singularity 12 1, 31 | exclusive diction does not exclude what enters into ~the concept 13 1, 31 | joined. Hence it does not exclude ~the part, nor the universal; 14 1, 31 | alone is God, we do not exclude the Son, nor the Holy ~Ghost; 15 1, 31 | several ways. For ~if it exclude (all others) from the form 16 1, 31 | the subject, it tends to exclude ~another Person rather than 17 1, 31 | to ~the Father does not exclude the Son or the Holy Ghost, 18 1, 31 | exclusive diction does not exclude what enters into the ~concept 19 1, 42 | the ~Father, in order to exclude the error of Eunomius, but 20 1, 42 | equal to the Father to exclude the error of Arius.~Aquin.: 21 1, 46 | threefold sense in order to exclude ~three errors. For some 22 1, 46 | had ~no beginning; and to exclude this the words "In the beginning" 23 1, 46 | spiritual creation; and to exclude this it is expounded thus: " 24 1, 58 | part of the angels does not exclude the ~object desired, but 25 1, 61 | creatures by His being does not exclude that He made ~them also 26 1, 65 | might have being, does not exclude that He ~created them for 27 1, 65 | The proximate end does not exclude the ultimate end. ~Therefore 28 1, 66 | transparent, for that it does not exclude ~light (as is clear from 29 1, 76 | it understands, does not exclude the understanding of universals; ~ 30 1, 76 | reject" - that is, does not exclude - the ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 77 | potentiality, ~however, "does not exclude the soul." Therefore it 32 1, 42 | the ~Father, in order to exclude the error of Eunomius, but 33 1, 42 | equal to the Father to exclude the error of Arius.~Aquin.: 34 1, 47 | threefold sense in order to exclude ~three errors. For some 35 1, 47 | had ~no beginning; and to exclude this the words "In the beginning" 36 1, 47 | spiritual creation; and to exclude this it is expounded thus: " 37 1, 59 | part of the angels does not exclude the ~object desired, but 38 1, 62 | creatures by His being does not exclude that He made ~them also 39 1, 66 | might have being, does not exclude that He ~created them for 40 1, 66 | The proximate end does not exclude the ultimate end. ~Therefore 41 1, 67 | transparent, for that it does not exclude ~light (as is clear from 42 1, 75 | it understands, does not exclude the understanding of universals; ~ 43 1, 75 | reject" - that is, does not exclude - the ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 76 | potentiality, ~however, "does not exclude the soul." Therefore it 45 1, 92 | the Divine Nature does not exclude being to ~the same image 46 1, 95 | those words Gregory means to exclude such inequality as ~exists 47 1, 97 | words quoted, which do not exclude intensity ~of pleasure from 48 2, 1 | opposition to one another do not exclude ~one another. Now there 49 2, 1 | end of the ~will does not exclude others.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 50 2, 4 | perfection of the ~soul to exclude its natural perfection.~ 51 2, 5 | man's desire at rest and exclude ~every evil. Now man naturally 52 2, 6 | xxx.] says, in order to exclude things ~done through fear, 53 2, 24 | absolutely; but he does not exclude their ~becoming worthy of 54 2, 31 | establishing is "sensible," we exclude the perfections of insensible ~ 55 2, 37 | of the evil be such as to exclude the hope of ~evasion, then 56 2, 37 | taken literally, appear to ~exclude one another.~~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 59 | Therefore moral ~virtue does not exclude the passions, but is consistent 58 2, 76 | ignorance be such as to exclude the use of reason ~entirely, 59 2, 78 | OBJ 1: Venial sin does not exclude spiritual good, consisting 60 2, 81 | the way of origin seems to exclude the notion of guilt, which 61 2, 88 | reference: because it does not exclude charity, which refers man 62 2, 102 | sacrificial ~animals in order to exclude other ways of killing, whereby 63 2, 102 | propitiatory, in order to exclude an ~idolatrous rite: for 64 2, 102 | their flesh, ~in order to exclude the rites of idolatry. For 65 2, 1 | perfect the ~intellect, exclude the false altogether, because 66 2, 1 | faculty, do not entirely exclude the ~false, for it is possible 67 2, 2 | way human reason does not exclude ~the merit of faith but 68 2, 5 | possessed was not such as to exclude faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 69 2, 10 | bondage, which does ~not exclude the order of natural or 70 2, 20 | altogether, whereas it does ~not exclude hope altogether, but only 71 2, 20 | generically, whereas it does not exclude ~hope except by reason of 72 2, 20 | would not punish him or exclude him from glory, however 73 2, 21 | Inducement to fear suffices to exclude presumption, even as ~inducement 74 2, 21 | inducement to hope suffices to exclude despair, as stated above ( 75 2, 24 | neighbor, we should ~not exclude our enemies from the love 76 2, 25 | Augustine does not mean to exclude the latter inequality, but ~ 77 2, 34 | a capital vice does not exclude its ~originating from another 78 2, 56 | this way. It does ~however exclude the credit of supererogation, 79 2, 66 | absent: but it ~does not exclude the necessity of writing 80 2, 76 | of necessity that would exclude the spontaneous nature ~ 81 2, 81 | obligation that we should not exclude ~our enemies from the general 82 2, 82 | thy brethren"; as also to exclude any occasion of idolatry, ~ 83 2, 145 | bridle concupiscence does not exclude the eating ~of fish, neither 84 2, 145 | fish, neither should it exclude the eating of flesh meat.~ 85 2, 157 | that savagery would seem to exclude that mitigation of ~punishment 86 2, 166 | Ambrose does not altogether exclude fun from human ~speech, 87 2, 166 | Austerity, as a virtue, does not exclude all pleasures, but ~only 88 2, 169 | Divine foreknowledge does not exclude the contingency of future 89 2, 169 | its ~unchangeable truth exclude the contingency of future 90 2, 184 | this reason in order to exclude the error of Vigilantius 91 3, 1 | others. And ~thus we do not exclude that He came to wipe away 92 3, 3 | likewise if we mentally exclude ~the personal properties 93 3, 3 | Persons that one does not exclude another ~from communicating 94 3, 7 | Divine thing was not seen, we exclude the very essence of faith. 95 3, 15 | with right reason, does not exclude passibility of body; ~yet 96 3, 15 | Hilary does not intend to ~exclude the reality of the pain, 97 3, 17 | man"; because it does not ~exclude another suppositum, but 98 3, 19 | Now we do ~not wish to exclude this diversity of operations 99 3, 27 | of sin, it is my wish to exclude absolutely all questions 100 3, 35 | from this sentence we must exclude ~the Virgin-Mother of God; 101 3, 37 | chosen his words in order to exclude ~uncleanness from the Mother 102 3, 58 | ruler's right hand seems to exclude ~subjection, because one 103 3, 62 | case: for a form does not ~exclude privation save by informing 104 3, 68 | slavery, which does not ~exclude the order of the natural 105 3, 75 | you see," he means ~not to exclude the truth of Christ's body, 106 3, 78 | inserted, not in order to exclude ~reality, but to show that 107 3, 79 | Further, contraries mutually exclude each other. But venial sins ~ 108 3, 84 | the absolution, and do not exclude the fact that the priest ~ 109 3, 89 | at the council of ~Nicaea exclude penitents from even the 110 3, 89 | kingdom of heaven, and do not exclude the possibility of ~being 111 Suppl, 17| worthy to the ~kingdom and exclude the unworthy" therefrom, 112 Suppl, 17| Therefore she does not ~exclude the unworthy, but admits 113 Suppl, 17| so a priest is said to exclude, not as though he ~placed 114 Suppl, 21| since he ought not to ~exclude from the kingdom others 115 Suppl, 30| indirectly, it does not ~exclude the necessity of Penance.~ 116 Suppl, 37| the king, this does not exclude the ministers having a power 117 Suppl, 41| venial sin; while if he exclude the marriage blessings, 118 Suppl, 49| sought in such a way as to exclude the ~honesty of marriage, 119 Suppl, 72| together. But it does not exclude a creature from having an 120 Suppl, 79| glorified bodies does ~not exclude this kind of passion.~Aquin.: 121 Suppl, 83| of the wicked will not ~exclude all good, because "if a


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