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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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resist

    Part, Question
1 1, 53 | and the less the moved resist the mover, ~the more rapid 2 1, 54 | and the less the moved resist the mover, ~the more rapid 3 1, 80 | is ~suitable, but also to resist whatever destroys or hinders 4 1, 80 | the irascible power is to resist ~the onslaught of the unsuitable.~ 5 1, 80 | a certain thing does not resist it. But the ~irascible and 6 1, 80 | concupiscible appetites resist reason: according to the ~ 7 1, 80 | who have not the right to resist in any way the orders ~of 8 1, 80 | reason of which they can resist ~the orders of him who commands. 9 1, 80 | body cannot in any way ~resist the sway of the soul, but 10 1, 80 | by virtue whereof it can resist the commands of ~reason. 11 1, 80 | concupiscible ~powers do resist reason, inasmuch as we sense 12 1, 80 | irascible and concupiscible resist reason in ~something, we 13 1, 82 | yet in a given case can resist by ~desiring what the reason 14 1, 94 | more able then than now to resist temptation even without ~ 15 1, 102 | Whence we observe that things resist division, as ~far as they 16 1, 102 | and there is none that can resist Thy ~will."~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 102 | 1/1~Whether anything can resist the order of the Divine 18 1, 102 | can desire or is able to resist this sovereign good. It 19 1, 102 | the first way, nothing can resist the order of the Divine ~ 20 1, 102 | not ~that they entirely resist the order of the Divine 21 1, 102 | good: but because they ~resist some particular good, which 22 1, 102 | that some one thing can resist the order of a particular 23 1, 103 | Whom finite power cannot resist, for an infinite, ~but only 24 1, 110 | free to ~consent to, or to resist, the passion.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 112 | one angel can be said to resist another, we must note ~that 26 1, 112 | merits, they are said to resist one another: not that their 27 1, 114 | but few are wise enough to resist these passions. ~Consequently 28 1, 118 | order to help nature to resist the action of natural heat, 29 2, 6 | consider"; for ~the will can resist the passion, as we shall 30 2, 9 | passions, ~which the wise alone resist. Consequently, in the majority 31 2, 35 | strives in its own way to resist ~anything contrary to it, 32 2, 36 | power": for were it not to resist, but to yield by consenting, 33 2, 68 | and the gifts, that we may resist ~temptation. But neither 34 2, 68 | Because the ~virtues also resist those temptations which 35 2, 68 | opened my ear, ~and I do not resist; I have not gone back." 36 2, 73 | more difficult is it to resist. But sin is lessened by ~ 37 2, 73 | that it is difficult to resist; for it denotes weakness 38 2, 73 | sinner, if he cannot easily resist sin; and a sin that is due 39 2, 73 | virtue, can more easily resist sin; hence Our Lord said ( 40 2, 80 | subject . . . to God, ~but resist the devil, and he will fly 41 2, 80 | would it be possible to resist ~him, nor would he fly from 42 2, 80 | fact that man does not resist that which moves him to 43 2, 80 | far as it is free, it can resist ~sin, as stated above (Q[ 44 2, 80 | virtue. That reason does not resist, is not in the devil's power; ~ 45 2, 10 | belief in the Gospel, and resist that faith by corrupting ~ 46 2, 11 | modesty admonishing them that resist the truth, if peradventure 47 2, 13 | to ~refuse to obey is to resist the Holy Ghost." Moreover 48 2, 13 | in ~Monte xxii), that "to resist fraternal goodness with 49 2, 23 | care that besets them is to resist the sins which disturb ~ 50 2, 38 | But I ~say to you not to resist evil"; and (Rm. 12:19): " 51 2, 39 | of strife, but those who resist the public ~authority. Hence 52 2, 41 | while sometimes we ~should resist them, as far as equity allows, 53 2, 51 | accepted. And since it can resist ~the impulse of the passions, 54 2, 62 | says (Rm. 13:2): "They that resist the ordinance of God purchase 55 2, 62 | ordinance of God: and they that resist, purchase themselves ~damnation.']." 56 2, 67 | right, so to speak. Now, to ~resist corruption is an inclination 57 2, 67 | condemnation, may lawfully resist being put to death.~Aquin.: 58 2, 67 | lawful for the ~accused to resist.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 59 2, 67 | ordinance of God: and they that resist, purchase to ~themselves 60 2, 67 | even ~as it is lawful to resist robbers, so is it lawful, 61 2, 67 | lawful, in a like case, to ~resist wicked princes; except perhaps 62 2, 67 | execution. But he may not resist those who lead him to ~death, 63 2, 71 | accounted guilty if he fails to resist ~when he can, for the same 64 2, 75 | justice ~whereby he may resist and overcome this inclination." 65 2, 78 | De invent. ii, 53), "we resist ~force, injury or anything 66 2, 81 | become meek ~and no longer resist Him. If it is knowledge 67 2, 94 | adversaries shall not be able to resist and ~gainsay." However, 68 2, 102 | on Rm. 13:2, "They that resist [Vulg.: ~'He that resisteth'] 69 2, 102 | that resisteth'] the power, resist the ordinance of God" (cf. 70 2, 104 | nature, which moves him to resist ~what hurts him, and to 71 2, 106 | ii) that by "vengeance we resist force, or wrong, ~and in 72 2, 121 | is ~requisite, whereby to resist the aforesaid difficulty 73 2, 121 | determinate matter, it helps to resist the ~assaults of all vices. 74 2, 121 | prepared, in consequence, to resist those which are ~less difficult.~ 75 2, 127 | passions, because the passions resist reason ~as Dionysius states ( 76 2, 138 | whom he may devour: whom resist ye, strong in faith," as 77 2, 138 | faith," as also ~James 4:7: "Resist the devil, and he will fly 78 2, 140 | latter is more ~difficult to resist than anger, sorrow, and 79 2, 147 | sufficient ~strength of mind to resist concupiscence. Hence, according 80 2, 153 | business with them is to resist them. For this ~reason it 81 2, 153 | the power of the will to resist them: thus it is that the ~ 82 2, 154 | remains, man is always able to resist his passions. If, however, 83 2, 154 | the soul, which fails to resist a passion by the reason. 84 2, 154 | which induce him to begin to resist his ~desires, so that concupiscence 85 2, 154 | more difficult it is to resist the ~passion, the less grievous, 86 2, 154 | it is more difficult to resist ~desire than anger" [*Ethic. 87 2, 154 | It is more difficult to resist pleasure perseveringly than ~ 88 2, 154 | it is more ~difficult to resist anger, on account of its 89 2, 155 | yield to reproaches, and resist not evil, but overcome ~ 90 2, 155 | among the virtues which resist evil inclinations. ~For 91 2, 158 | modesty admonishing them ~that resist the truth." Now admonishing 92 2, 160 | more difficult is it to resist ~concupiscence, on account 93 2, 163 | whereby he was able even to resist the temptation ~of the demon.~ 94 2, 163 | able, by his free will, to ~resist the tempter. Now the condition 95 2, 163 | penal if it be difficult to resist it: but, ~in the state of 96 2, 163 | without any difficulty, to ~resist temptation. Consequently 97 2, 173 | since the will is able to resist the ~passion, it falls short 98 2, 182 | that you may be able to resist in the evil day, and to 99 2, 186 | 39): "I say to you not to resist evil; but if one strike 100 2, 186 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Not to resist evil may be understood in 101 2, 186 | vice, if one be ~able to resist the wrongdoer in a becoming 102 2, 187 | certain persons: "You ~always resist the Holy Ghost."~Aquin.: 103 3, 44 | adversaries will not be able to resist and gainsay." And this, 104 3, 47 | unwilling and unable ~to resist.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 105 3, 62 | grace is sufficient ~to resist any degree of concupiscence, 106 3, 69 | times it does its best to resist. Therefore it is not justified ~ 107 3, 69 | are ~about to be baptized resist as much as they can, "this 108 3, 70 | Because the least grace can ~resist any degree of concupiscence, 109 Suppl, 8 | sin is ~more difficult to resist than another's (thus a heavier 110 Suppl, 80| place with another does not resist it. ~Since then a glorified 111 Suppl, 80| competent by its nature to resist any other passing body, 112 Suppl, 80| has ~it in its power to resist at will any one touching 113 Suppl, 81| there be nothing in it to resist ~the will of the spirit, 114 Suppl, 81| manner no full place can resist a glorified body since this ~ 115 Suppl, 81| as neither can a vacuum resist a body. Therefore if it 116 Suppl, 81| no matter in what way it ~resist, whether by itself or by 117 Suppl, 81| movable must needs always resist the mover somewhat, since 118 Suppl, 81| movable body itself will resist the motive ~power from the


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