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repudiating 1
repudium 2
repugnance 9
repugnant 110
repulse 4
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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repugnant

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | moving another. Nor is it repugnant that there should be in ~ 2 1, 15 | be seen how this is not ~repugnant to the simplicity of God, 3 1, 15 | in matter. Now, it is not repugnant to the simplicity of the 4 1, 15 | things; though it would be repugnant to its ~simplicity were 5 1, 25 | non-being at the same time is repugnant to ~the idea of an absolutely 6 1, 25 | immovable or impassible is not repugnant to His omnipotence.~Aquin.: 7 1, 25 | short in action, which is repugnant to ~omnipotence. Therefore 8 1, 28 | something else; whereas this is repugnant to the perfection ~of the 9 1, 32 | in God is not in any way repugnant to the divine simplicity; ~ 10 1, 39 | means that generation is repugnant to the divine nature. If, ~ 11 1, 39 | the Holy Ghost; but seems ~repugnant to the earthly spirit, which 12 1, 46 | the terms which are not repugnant to each other; in ~which 13 1, 50 | necessity. Hence it is not ~repugnant to a necessary or incorruptible 14 1, 62 | which infinite progress is repugnant. Now it is evident, since 15 1, 64 | punishment for it to be ~repugnant to the will. Moreover, they 16 1, 66 | potentiality. Hence it ~is more repugnant that matter should be in 17 1, 67 | therefore, these things are repugnant, not only to reason, but 18 1, 68 | opinions will be found ~repugnant to reason. Augustine, in 19 1, 71 | seed. This, however, seems repugnant to the fact that nature ~ 20 1, 72 | corruption. But corruption is repugnant to the first ~founding of 21 1, 75 | since potentiality ~is repugnant to actuality as being opposite 22 1, 39 | means that generation is repugnant to the divine nature. If, ~ 23 1, 39 | the Holy Ghost; but seems ~repugnant to the earthly spirit, which 24 1, 47 | the terms which are not repugnant to each other; in ~which 25 1, 51 | necessity. Hence it is not ~repugnant to a necessary or incorruptible 26 1, 63 | which infinite progress is repugnant. Now it is evident, since 27 1, 65 | punishment for it to be ~repugnant to the will. Moreover, they 28 1, 67 | potentiality. Hence it ~is more repugnant that matter should be in 29 1, 68 | therefore, these things are repugnant, not only to reason, but 30 1, 69 | opinions will be found ~repugnant to reason. Augustine, in 31 1, 71 | seed. This, however, seems repugnant to the fact that nature ~ 32 1, 71 | corruption. But corruption is repugnant to the first ~founding of 33 1, 74 | since potentiality ~is repugnant to actuality as being opposite 34 1, 81 | of coercion is altogether repugnant to the will. For ~we call 35 1, 81 | necessity of end is not repugnant to the will, when the end 36 1, 81 | neither is natural necessity repugnant to the will. ~Indeed, more 37 1, 82 | nothing in this that is repugnant to free-will.~Aquin.: SMT 38 1, 98 | the human ~limbs anything repugnant to man's well-ordered will, 39 1, 104 | moved from within is not repugnant ~to being moved by another.~ 40 1, 115 | for the reason ~that it is repugnant to Divine Providence.~Aquin.: 41 2, 4 | hindrance ~to operation is repugnant to Happiness. Secondly, 42 2, 6 | regards a future evil which is repugnant to the will. But violence ~ 43 2, 6 | and inasmuch as it is ~repugnant to the will, this is merely 44 2, 6 | cause of anything that is repugnant to the will: but ~it causes " 45 2, 10 | therefore it would be more ~repugnant to the Divine motion, for 46 2, 18 | evil, except through being repugnant to reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 47 2, 18 | if it includes something repugnant to the order of ~reason, 48 2, 18 | is, by that fact alone, repugnant to ~reason, and has the 49 2, 18 | general, is all that is ~repugnant to right reason. And in 50 2, 18 | the object, and as itself repugnant to reason. And ~in this 51 2, 29 | which is ~apprehended as repugnant and hurtful. Now, just as 52 2, 29 | of good; so whatever is repugnant, as such, ~bears the aspect 53 2, 29 | considered ~as hurtful and repugnant; since hurtfulness and repugnance 54 2, 29 | some particular truth is repugnant ~or hurtful to the good 55 2, 29 | truth is ~hated, as being repugnant, inasmuch as it is in the 56 2, 34 | that rests in something repugnant ~to reason, which makes 57 2, 35 | or pain, ~which cause is repugnant to a good that is more loved 58 2, 35 | pain arises from a cause repugnant to the ~well-being of the 59 2, 35 | pain is a conjoined evil ~repugnant to the body; while the cause 60 2, 35 | pain is a conjoined evil ~repugnant to the appetite. Again, 61 2, 35 | arises from something being repugnant to the appetite itself, ~ 62 2, 35 | arises from something being repugnant to the appetite, ~through 63 2, 35 | appetite, ~through being repugnant to the body. Now, that which 64 2, 35 | as outward pain is not ~repugnant to the interior appetite, 65 2, 35 | universal: since whatever is repugnant to the body, can be repugnant 66 2, 35 | repugnant to the body, can be repugnant to ~the interior appetite; 67 2, 36 | or union of this kind, is repugnant rather than conducive to 68 2, 37 | the ~very fact that it is repugnant to the movement of the will, 69 2, 37 | this is because sorrow is repugnant to man's life in ~respect 70 2, 37 | right measure, it will be repugnant to man's ~life in respect 71 2, 37 | its progress, ~it will be repugnant to life in respect of its 72 2, 37 | pursuit of something, ~are not repugnant to the vital movement as 73 2, 37 | species, but they ~may be repugnant thereto as regards its measure: 74 2, 37 | flight or contraction, are repugnant to the vital movement, not 75 2, 37 | a transmutation that is repugnant thereto, as stated above.~ 76 2, 38 | its ~specific nature, is repugnant to the vital movement of 77 2, 41 | painful evil," which is repugnant not to nature, but to the ~ 78 2, 54 | but something determinate repugnant to a ~determinate nature.~ 79 2, 100 | contrary is more grievous and repugnant to reason. Moreover, it 80 2, 100 | evident that it is more repugnant to reason, and a more grievous ~ 81 2, 100 | is more grave and more ~repugnant to reason, to sin by deed 82 2, 114 | The nature of grace is repugnant to reward of works, ~according 83 2, 114 | manifest that all merit ~is repugnant to grace, since as the Apostle 84 2, 17 | can neither be restful nor repugnant to the will: wherefore ~ 85 2, 32 | Law. Such like effects are repugnant to ~a will debased by sin, 86 2, 57 | too all vices, as being repugnant to the common good, have 87 2, 57 | good, to which all sin is repugnant, and in this sense all sin 88 2, 76 | at some future ~time is repugnant to such a feeling, because 89 2, 102 | not towards that which is repugnant to it. ~Now the proper object 90 2, 102 | considered in itself, ~repugnant to his own will, as happens 91 2, 107 | to deny the truth is more repugnant to truth than ~to add something 92 2, 107 | yet this ~would be less repugnant to the truth, not indeed 93 2, 107 | annoying to others, it is more repugnant to prudence ~to think or 94 2, 140 | First, because it is most repugnant to human ~excellence, since 95 2, 140 | Secondly, because ~it is most repugnant to man's clarity or beauty; 96 3, 3 | constituted by nature. But it is repugnant ~that the thing constituted 97 3, 5 | form of a ~body, which is repugnant to the Divine simplicity 98 3, 7 | hence faith and hope are repugnant to the perfection of Christ' 99 3, 7 | finite ~quantity which is repugnant to addition. But if we speak 100 3, 10 | infinite should be known is repugnant to the ~definition of the 101 3, 14 | necessity of ~constraint, as repugnant to the bodily nature, thus 102 3, 14 | inasmuch as such ~necessity is repugnant to the will, it is clear 103 3, 18 | passible body. Hence things ~repugnant to His natural will and 104 3, 46 | compel God, for this would be repugnant ~to His omnipotence. Therefore 105 3, 47 | considered in themselves, were repugnant ~to the natural will, yet 106 3, 75 | into its matter, which is ~repugnant to the form of the sacrament, 107 3, 76 | because the infinite is repugnant not ~only to nature, but 108 3, 80 | like mortal sin, which is repugnant to ~what is signified by 109 Suppl, 5 | according as it is more repugnant to the ~love which causes 110 Suppl, 93| difficult and naturally repugnant to the will the ~more is


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