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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing prevents inferior faculties or habits 2 1, 3 | unless something else ~prevents it, can be received by many. 3 1, 13 | negation; for equivocation prevents contradiction. But a Catholic 4 1, 20 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Nothing prevents one and the same thing being 5 1, 22 | the wicked; inasmuch as He prevents ~anything happening which 6 1, 25 | shown above; so nothing ~prevents there being something in 7 1, 31 | him. In this way nothing prevents the term ~"alone" being 8 1, 53 | the continuity of movement prevents this; because nothing which 9 1, 70 | conversely. Hence nothing prevents a ~sensible cause from being 10 1, 77 | their accidents; nothing prevents us from sometimes ~substituting 11 1, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents things which coincide in 12 1, 54 | the continuity of movement prevents this; because nothing which 13 1, 71 | conversely. Hence nothing prevents a ~sensible cause from being 14 1, 76 | their accidents; nothing prevents us from sometimes ~substituting 15 1, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents things which coincide in 16 1, 78 | soul. Wherefore ~nothing prevents such a passive force being 17 1, 78 | potentiality. ~Wherefore nothing prevents one and the same soul, inasmuch 18 1, 78 | supreme intellect, nothing prevents that power which it derives 19 1, 84 | itself; and thus nothing prevents the parts being known ~before 20 1, 101 | Dei xiii, 21): "Nothing ~prevents us from holding, within 21 1, 102 | possession. Wherefore nothing ~prevents something outside the universe 22 1, 114 | particular cases; for ~nothing prevents man resisting his passions 23 2, 4 | incompatible with Happiness, but prevents it from being ~perfect in 24 2, 6 | relatively. Accordingly, nothing prevents a ~thing which was not voluntary 25 2, 14 | an end. Nothing however prevents counsel from being infinite 26 2, 17 | 2~I answer that, Nothing prevents certain things being distinct 27 2, 17 | of the reason, nothing prevents the reason from participating 28 2, 31 | in other things nothing prevents one good from being contrary ~ 29 2, 32 | but rather that ~which prevents the corruption of the natural 30 2, 32 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing prevents the same thing, in different 31 2, 34 | above. Accordingly ~nothing prevents some pleasure being the 32 2, 37 | and if it be intense, it prevents it ~altogether.~Aquin.: 33 2, 42 | of fear. Nothing, then, prevents a ~man from keeping himself 34 2, 45 | different respects nothing prevents one thing having ~several 35 2, 46 | and consequently nothing prevents ~them from causing a certain 36 2, 51 | and moved; but nothing prevents a thing from being moved 37 2, 61 | needs of the body; fortitude prevents the soul from being afraid 38 2, 68 | counsel he says that it "prevents us from being impetuous," 39 2, 73 | last end. Therefore nothing prevents all sins from being ~compared 40 2, 77 | be observed that nothing prevents a thing which is known habitually 41 2, 84 | from them: so that nothing prevents some sins from ~arising 42 2, 98 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing prevents a thing being not perfect 43 2, 107 | Old. Nothing, however, ~prevents the greater from being contained 44 2, 28 | praiseworthy. Yet nothing prevents ~them from proceeding from 45 2, 29 | beneficence, in so far as this prevents them from doing ~evil deeds. 46 2, 32 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents a thing arising from various 47 2, 45 | special virtue; for nothing prevents a certain genus from ~containing 48 2, 60 | ii, 5). Now when anyone prevents a man from obtaining a benefice ~ 49 2, 60 | assigned to ~anyone, one prevents its being conferred on a 50 2, 63 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing prevents that which is contrary to 51 2, 63 | and then: as when a man prevents another ~from throwing himself 52 2, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents that which belongs to one 53 2, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing prevents a man being debarred by 54 2, 70 | Reply OBJ 2: When one man prevents another from being reviled 55 2, 75 | genuine article, for nothing ~prevents art from employing certain 56 2, 75 | foolish for anyone to do what prevents him ~carrying out his work. 57 2, 75 | goods he ~has for sale, he prevents their sale: wherefore Tully ( 58 2, 75 | with the bad: for nothing prevents that which is ~defective 59 2, 75 | virtue: wherefore nothing prevents gain from being ~directed 60 2, 87 | 2~I answer that, Nothing prevents a thing being good in itself, 61 2, 87 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents the same thing from arising 62 2, 93 | heavenly bodies. Hence nothing prevents some of their actions from ~ 63 2, 97 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing prevents one specific kind of sin 64 2, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing prevents the one same material object 65 2, 103 | which, more than anything, prevents a man from ~sinning. Therefore 66 2, 115 | In like manner ~nothing prevents a virtuous man from being 67 2, 116 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents a capital vice from arising 68 2, 117 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing prevents opposites from being in 69 2, 121 | the virtue of fortitude prevents the reason from being entirely ~ 70 2, 145 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing prevents the act of one virtue belonging 71 2, 148 | shun ~drunkenness, which prevents us from avoiding grievous 72 2, 152 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents a sin from having a greater 73 2, 155 | 2~I answer that, Nothing prevents certain virtues from being 74 2, 155 | Body Para. 2/2~Yet nothing prevents clemency and meekness from 75 2, 158 | modesty. Wherefore nothing prevents modesty from ~regarding 76 2, 160 | occasion for pride. And nothing prevents one contrary from being 77 2, 180 | 3~I answer that, Nothing prevents certain things being more 78 3, 1 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Nothing prevents an effect from being revealed 79 3, 2 | or a sword; yet nothing prevents what is assumed into the 80 3, 3 | several supposita, but nothing prevents several ~things being predicated 81 3, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents one thing being the cause 82 3, 11 | terminated. Now nothing prevents a thing in different states 83 3, 16 | same respects, but nothing prevents their being predicated of ~ 84 3, 20 | And in this way nothing ~prevents Christ being subject or 85 3, 23 | supposita in Christ, no reason prevents Christ being called the 86 3, 34 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing prevents the same thing belonging 87 3, 46 | same object. Now nothing prevents ~contraries from being in 88 3, 49 | there is a twofold sin which prevents men from entering into the ~ 89 3, 69 | remove ~the obstacle that prevents one from entering therein. 90 3, 80 | Whether nocturnal pollution prevents man from receiving this ~ 91 3, 80 | Mortal sin alone necessarily prevents anyone from partaking of 92 3, 80 | it be with mortal sin, it prevents it ~of necessity.~Aquin.: 93 Suppl, 17| punishment, which debt prevents man from entering the kingdom ~ 94 Suppl, 52| to the other, because it prevents ~the free execution of that 95 Suppl, 52| freedom; and so nothing prevents marriage between slaves, 96 Suppl, 52| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing prevents a thing being against nature 97 Suppl, 52| have an impediment which prevents a certain thing from ~beginning 98 Suppl, 54| to ~the natural law if it prevents marriage from reaching the 99 Suppl, 55| perpetual impediment, which ~prevents the contracting of the marriage 100 Suppl, 56| and godmother, nothing prevents husband and wife from raising 101 Suppl, 58| Further, just as impotence prevents carnal copulation so does ~ 102 Suppl, 64| wife. Therefore, since this prevents the payment of the debt, 103 Suppl, 69| and ~consequently, nothing prevents Abraham's bosom from being 104 Suppl, 72| heat. Consequently nothing prevents water ~that has this virtue 105 Suppl, 75| cannot be void; but ~nothing prevents their conditional desire 106 Suppl, 81| in ~motion, since nothing prevents a need of this kind being 107 Suppl, 82| eclipsed, and a flame of fire ~prevents one seeing what is behind 108 Suppl, 83| punishments, yet ~nothing prevents death conducing, in a certain 109 Suppl, 92| and in this sense nothing prevents our ~saying that the angels 110 Appen2, 1| Consequently venial sin prevents one who ~has charity from


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