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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excludes

    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | fill place inasmuch as it excludes the co-presence ~of another 2 1, 16 | the truth of things, and ~excludes from the notion of this 3 1, 22 | Further, a wise provider excludes any defect or evil, as far 4 1, 22 | because a particular ~provider excludes all defects from what is 5 1, 27 | if found in such a being) excludes entirely the first kind 6 1, 30 | When we say one God, unity ~excludes plurality of gods, and does 7 1, 31 | proposition is false if it excludes ~another in the masculine 8 1, 31 | masculine sense; but true if it excludes it in the neuter ~sense; 9 1, 31 | so far as the word "only" excludes another thing, as above ~ 10 1, 32 | all things by His Word ~excludes the error of those who say 11 1, 40 | since the divine simplicity ~excludes the composition of matter 12 1, 40 | as the ~divine simplicity excludes the composition of subject 13 1, 42 | something besides, because it excludes ~excess. For whatever things 14 1, 42 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Eternity excludes the principle of duration, 15 1, 75 | nature. The former sense excludes the inherence ~of an accident 16 1, 75 | material form; the latter excludes also the ~imperfection of 17 1, 40 | since the divine simplicity ~excludes the composition of matter 18 1, 40 | as the ~divine simplicity excludes the composition of subject 19 1, 42 | something besides, because it excludes ~excess. For whatever things 20 1, 42 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Eternity excludes the principle of duration, 21 1, 74 | nature. The former sense excludes the inherence ~of an accident 22 1, 74 | material form; the latter excludes also the ~imperfection of 23 1, 92 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine excludes the inferior creatures bereft 24 1, 92 | and loves itself. But he excludes this ~interpretation by 25 1, 97 | fecundity, but because it excludes ~inordinate desire. In that 26 2, 5 | miseries." But Happiness excludes ~misery. Therefore man cannot 27 2, 5 | and sufficient good," it excludes every evil, and fulfils 28 2, 5 | consummate perfection, which excludes every ~defect from the happy. 29 2, 27 | faults, in so far as it excludes insincerity or ~hypocrisy.~ 30 2, 33 | intensity of the emotion, that excludes distaste, thus more than 31 2, 45 | Further, every passion excludes its opposite. But fear excludes ~ 32 2, 45 | excludes its opposite. But fear excludes ~safety; for Augustine says ( 33 2, 45 | despair: in fact, despair ~excludes fear, as the Philosopher 34 2, 46 | intensity of the desire, anger excludes mercy more than hatred ~ 35 2, 48 | pleasure. Because sorrow ~excludes pleasure. But anger is never 36 2, 66 | enduring ~evils, wherein it excludes not only unjust revenge, 37 2, 69 | four beatitudes Our Lord ~excludes four things which seem to 38 2, 69 | drink, and so forth; this he excludes by saying in the second ~ 39 2, 69 | favor of man; ~and this he excludes, saying, fourthly: "Blessed 40 2, 71 | virtuous act: and so vice excludes virtue, just as sin excludes 41 2, 71 | excludes virtue, just as sin excludes acts of ~virtue.~Aquin.: 42 2, 76 | of reason. Now ignorance excludes knowledge which perfects 43 2, 78 | OBJ 1: Ignorance sometimes excludes the simple knowledge that 44 2, 78 | ignorance: ~sometimes it excludes the knowledge that a particular 45 2, 78 | passion: and sometimes it ~excludes the knowledge that a particular 46 2, 78 | habit, is ~something that excludes a spiritual good: the result 47 2, 88 | habitually. Now venial sin excludes ~only actual reference of 48 2, 107 | But the New Law voids or excludes the ~observances of the 49 2, 111 | it is gratuitously given, excludes the ~notion of debt. Now 50 2, 5 | that manifestation alone excludes faith, which ~renders apparent 51 2, 7 | OBJ 2: Even lifeless faith excludes a certain impurity which 52 2, 14 | blindness of mind, which excludes almost entirely the knowledge 53 2, 18 | of this order, that which excludes the order to the ~last end 54 2, 18 | 17). Since then freedom excludes ~servitude, it seems that 55 2, 18 | OBJ 1: The passage quoted excludes from the blessed, the fear 56 2, 20 | 3: Further, presumption excludes fear altogether, whereas 57 2, 20 | contrariety. Hence presumption ~excludes fear altogether even generically, 58 2, 23 | for sinning. Now charity excludes all motives for sinning, 59 2, 23 | Charity by reason of its act excludes every motive for ~sinning. 60 2, 35 | nothing, save mortal sin, excludes man from the kingdom of 61 2, 36 | kingdom of God." Now ~whatever excludes a man from the kingdom of 62 2, 64 | share: ~but he sins if he excludes others indiscriminately 63 2, 74 | Nothing save mortal sin excludes one from the kingdom ~of 64 2, 74 | kingdom ~of God. But cursing excludes from the kingdom of God, 65 2, 81 | there is sin, which directly excludes a man from the kingdom, 66 2, 86 | promise, while necessity excludes voluntariness, whatever 67 2, 86 | act to be involuntary and excludes ~devotion. Hence he says 68 2, 91 | for God's glory: and this excludes the excess denoted by superstition.~ 69 2, 105 | the habit of charity, but ~excludes some act thereof.~Aquin.: 70 2, 144 | OBJ 4: Further, no virtue excludes another virtue. But abstinence ~ 71 2, 144 | virtue. But abstinence ~excludes patience: for Gregory says ( 72 2, 144 | abstainer," so that abstinence excludes ~humility. Therefore abstinence 73 2, 148 | the very fact that a thing excludes the good of ~reason, it 74 2, 150 | result of impurity which excludes virginity.~Aquin.: SMT SS 75 2, 155 | unsoundness of mind that excludes the use of reason is ~opposed 76 2, 159 | of pride, inasmuch as it excludes ~respect and fear: for fearing 77 2, 167 | namely "humility," which excludes the ~seeking of glory, wherefore 78 2, 167 | Q[143], ~OBJ[4]], which excludes the seeking of sensuous 79 2, 167 | and "simplicity," which excludes excessive solicitude about ~ 80 2, 169 | every cognitive perfection excludes folly and madness. ~Yet 81 2, 179 | by "rest," and this rest excludes not only outward disturbances ~ 82 2, 184 | repentance." Now poverty excludes almsgiving. Therefore it 83 3, 15 | passibility of body; ~yet it excludes the "fomes" of sin, the 84 3, 15 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Hilary excludes fear from Christ in the 85 3, 15 | in the same way that he ~excludes sorrow, i.e. as regards 86 3, 18 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Damascene excludes choice from Christ, in so 87 3, 28 | But opening of the womb excludes virginity. ~Therefore Christ' 88 3, 30 | for to ~disbelieve therein excludes man from the way of salvation; 89 3, 30 | estimation of the Blessed Virgin excludes her from certain general ~ 90 3, 64 | intention of mimicry or fun excludes the first kind of ~right 91 3, 86 | with another, because he ~excludes him from his grace. Now, 92 3, 86 | is ~opposed to grace and excludes it. Therefore it is impossible 93 3, 87 | removed; whereas mortal sin excludes altogether the ~habit of 94 Suppl, 4 | fulness of joy in the Blessed excludes all ~capability of sorrow 95 Suppl, 9 | 2: The condition "pure" excludes perversity of intention, 96 Suppl, 9 | but the condition "simple" excludes the ~introduction of unnecessary 97 Suppl, 14| Therefore, since each sin excludes ~grace, it is not possible 98 Suppl, 17| admits the worthy and excludes the unworthy," as may be 99 Suppl, 21| the ecclesiastical judge excludes a ~man, in a sense, from 100 Suppl, 37| the doorkeeper, for he ~excludes some and admits others. 101 Suppl, 51| error, because ignorance ~excludes knowledge altogether, whereas 102 Suppl, 54| consanguinity, but such as excludes the propinquity of ~blood-relationship.~ 103 Suppl, 65| Nothing but mortal sin excludes from the kingdom of ~God. 104 Suppl, 79| 1~Whether impassibility excludes actual sensation from glorified 105 Suppl, 79| seem that impassibility excludes actual sensation from ~glorified


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