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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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preservation

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | definite causes, ~for the preservation of order in the universe, 2 1, 19 | punishment; and in willing the preservation of the ~natural order, He 3 1, 23 | are sufficient for the ~preservation of the species. Now of all 4 1, 44 | between them; (3) of their preservation and government. Concerning 5 1, 47 | of ~one species for the preservation of the species. Whence it 6 1, 50 | withdrawing His act of ~preservation; but also because it has 7 1, 60 | acting naturally for its own preservation. But nature's ~operation 8 1, 45 | between them; (3) of their preservation and government. Concerning 9 1, 48 | of ~one species for the preservation of the species. Whence it 10 1, 51 | withdrawing His act of ~preservation; but also because it has 11 1, 61 | acting naturally for its own preservation. But nature's ~operation 12 1, 77 | force is directed to the preservation of the living thing (De ~ 13 1, 77 | existence, quantity and ~preservation (although the above forces 14 1, 77 | But for the retention and preservation of ~these forms, the "phantasy" 15 1, 77 | is appointed: and for the preservation thereof, the "memorative" ~ 16 1, 81 | which aims at the universal preservation of ~things subject to generation 17 1, 81 | each of which aims at the preservation of its own species or of 18 1, 96 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE PRESERVATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE 19 1, 96 | first, as regards the preservation of the individual; secondly, 20 1, 96 | secondly, as ~regards the preservation of the species.~Aquin.: 21 1, 96 | Further, we need food for the preservation of life. But Adam ~could 22 1, 96 | state man possessed, for the preservation of life, two ~remedies, 23 1, 97 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE PRESERVATION OF THE SPECIES (TWO ARTICLES)~ 24 1, 97 | consider what belongs to the preservation of the species; and, ~first, 25 1, 97 | object of generation is the preservation in the ~species of that 26 1, 97 | of the species; for the preservation of which natural generation 27 1, 97 | have been required for the preservation of the species, yet it would 28 1, 102 | effects of government, the preservation of things in their goodness, 29 1, 102 | universe includes both the preservation of ~things created by God 30 1, 103 | holds in regard to that preservation which ~consists in the removal 31 1, 103 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The preservation of things by God is a continuation 32 1, 103 | motion ~or time; so also the preservation of light in the air is by 33 1, 103 | the principal cause of the preservation of the effect ~which is 34 1, 103 | in things corporeal, the preservation and ~continuation of things 35 1, 103 | principal cause of their preservation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] A[ 36 1, 103 | taken ~place, while the preservation of the light is without 37 1, 103 | God are manifested by the preservation of things in ~existence. 38 2, 2 | end cannot consist in the ~preservation of its being. Hence a captain 39 2, 2 | intend as a last end, ~the preservation of the ship entrusted to 40 2, 2 | and will cannot ~be the preservation of man's being.~Aquin.: 41 2, 2 | will and reason be the ~preservation of man's being, it could 42 2, 4 | which ~are necessary for the preservation of the individual and of 43 2, 31 | by their ~relation to the preservation of the animal's nature. 44 2, 31 | that which pertains to the preservation of the ~body, either as 45 2, 31 | reason, or in regard to the preservation of the body, ~becomes connatural 46 2, 35 | it, as aiming at its own preservation. Hence ~violent movement 47 2, 77 | whether as regards the preservation of the individual, such 48 2, 77 | like, or as regards the preservation of the species, ~such as 49 2, 84 | this regards either the preservation ~of the individual, e.g. 50 2, 84 | inordinately by "gluttony," or the preservation of the species, e.g. ~sexual 51 2, 85 | power tends to the being and preservation of the thing to which it ~ 52 2, 85 | intends the good and ~the preservation of the universe, for which 53 2, 91 | common good, namely, to the preservation of nature in the species ~ 54 2, 94 | every ~substance seeks the preservation of its own being, according 55 2, 100 | precepts which contain the very preservation of the common good, or ~ 56 2, 102 | this sacrifice for the ~preservation of the whole people, and 57 2, 105 | is most conducive to the preservation of human ~society that men 58 2, 105 | possessions conduces much to the preservation of a state or nation. ~Consequently, 59 2, 105 | states (Polit. i, 1). Now the preservation of man's life may be ~considered 60 2, 105 | for ~the purpose of the preservation of life, considered from 61 2, 15 | use; and ~thirdly, their preservation. Now the reception of knowledge 62 2, 15 | 2] Body Para. 3/4~Their preservation is effected by the memory, 63 2, 24 | wit, as we wish for their preservation, to God's honor and man' 64 2, 24 | good, for instance, the preservation ~of their being, and so 65 2, 24 | as they love their own ~preservation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 66 2, 24 | because they wish the preservation thereof in its integrity, 67 2, 48 | prudence is directed to the preservation of ~justice, since according 68 2, 62 | necessarily ~directed to the preservation of one's own life, as is 69 2, 102 | towards their generation and preservation, obedience is ~said to ingraft 70 2, 104 | received is requisite for the ~preservation of friendship, according 71 2, 107 | whatever is necessary for the preservation of human society. Now ~it 72 2, 120 | corporal work pertaining to the preservation of one's own bodily ~well-being 73 2, 121 | war is directed to the preservation of a country's ~temporal 74 2, 139 | nothing to do with the ~preservation of nature. Hence these passions 75 2, 139 | pleasures of touch regard the preservation of ~nature, and consequently 76 2, 139 | which chiefly regard the preservation of human life either in ~ 77 2, 139 | who is necessary ~for the preservation of the species, or of food 78 2, 139 | which are ~necessary for the preservation of the individual: while 79 2, 140 | well-being, ~as regards the preservation either of the individual 80 2, 140 | are necessary for nature's preservation, he would sin, as ~acting 81 2, 140 | which are ~directed to the preservation of nature. Secondly, a desire 82 2, 140 | nature requires for ~its own preservation; and in this way it does 83 2, 140 | not so necessary for the preservation of life, because, as stated 84 2, 140 | which are directed to the preservation of life. Hence it is ~more 85 2, 149 | essentially directed ~to the preservation of man's life: wherefore 86 2, 150 | law, in reference to the preservation ~of the individual, so also 87 2, 150 | law, in reference ~to the preservation of the species. Therefore 88 2, 151 | truly good. Now just as the preservation of the bodily nature ~of 89 2, 151 | true good, so, too, is the preservation of the ~nature of the human 90 2, 151 | food is directed to the preservation of life in the individual, 91 2, 151 | venereal acts directed to the preservation of the whole human ~race. 92 2, 151 | common good, namely the preservation of the human race. Wherefore 93 2, 163 | not in ~power, but in the preservation of their nature, since the 94 3, 1 | food is necessary for ~the preservation of human life. Secondly, 95 3, 26 | the same time be one of ~preservation and prevention. Nor is it 96 3, 26 | absolute ~and not one of preservation and Redemption. Hence it 97 3, 26 | sanctification was a grace of preservation. And, be ~it remarked in 98 3, 57 | by way of perfection or preservation; but merely out of a certain ~ 99 3, 71 | the effect of which is the preservation of baptismal grace. And 100 3, 73 | food is required for the preservation of life. Consequently, ~ 101 3, 77 | thing is not ~the cause of preservation and of corruption. Therefore, 102 3, 79 | rather of Baptism. Therefore preservation from sin is ~not an effect 103 Suppl, 12| OBJ[1]) defines it. Now preservation from bodily sickness ~is 104 Suppl, 41| But nature intends the ~preservation of the species by generation 105 Suppl, 41| first man concerning ~the preservation of the good of the individual 106 Suppl, 41| since it refers to the preservation of ~the species.~Aquin.: 107 Suppl, 41| things which pertain to the ~preservation of the corporeal nature 108 Suppl, 42| sacrament is directed to the preservation of the ~species. But the 109 Suppl, 49| marriage. For just as the preservation of the individual which ~ 110 Suppl, 49| by nature, so too is the ~preservation of the species which is 111 Suppl, 52| just ~as nature seeks the preservation of the individual, so does 112 Suppl, 52| individual, so does it seek the ~preservation of the species by means 113 Suppl, 64| what is required for ~the preservation of the individual: for the 114 Suppl, 64| to things directed to the preservation of the individual, the ~ 115 Suppl, 77| directed by nature to the preservation of ~the species in some 116 Suppl, 77| nature in the species to the preservation of ~which the act of the 117 Suppl, 77| in the individual, to the preservation ~and perfection of which 118 Suppl, 79| Divine power so doing for the preservation of the human ~body. This 119 Suppl, 79| of the soul which has the preservation of the body in view.~Aquin.:


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