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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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removes

   Part, Question
1 1, 16 | it either applies to, or removes from the thing signified 2 1, 19 | doing of a thing; for what removes an ~impediment is called 3 1, 33 | in the Father; it only ~removes something. Therefore it 4 1, 49 | perfection, so privation removes a ~perfection. Hence every 5 1, 62 | The advent of a perfection removes the opposite ~imperfection. 6 1, 50 | perfection, so privation removes a ~perfection. Hence every 7 1, 63 | The advent of a perfection removes the opposite ~imperfection. 8 1, 97 | present state, not because it removes fecundity, but because it 9 2, 16 | other powers in so far as it removes ~them. But the will moves 10 2, 25 | A[2]~). Now "that which removes an obstacle, is a kind of 11 2, 25 | Moreover, the irascible passion removes the ~obstacle that hinders 12 2, 36 | pleasant, either because it removes ~something contrary to a 13 2, 42 | Rhet. ii, 5), ~whatever removes the imagination of the future 14 2, 42 | imagination of the future evil, removes fear also. ~Now it may happen 15 2, 53 | for instance, that which removes an obstacle. It is in this ~ 16 2, 73 | virtue is, the ~further it removes man from the contrary sin, 17 2, 75 | Indirectly, as that which removes an impediment is called ~ 18 2, 76 | cause, is either one that removes an impediment, or ~the removal 19 2, 76 | sin, but that alone which ~removes the knowledge which would 20 2, 76 | regards the ignorance which removes the ~use of reason altogether. 21 2, 85 | by the same cause ~that removes these defects, according 22 2, 3 | Reply OBJ 2: That which removes an obstacle is not a direct, 23 2, 3 | Hence ~fortitude which removes an obstacle to the confession 24 2, 4 | accidentally. Now that which removes ~an obstacle is a kind of 25 2, 4 | belief. Thus ~fortitude removes the inordinate fear that 26 2, 4 | hinders faith; humility ~removes pride, whereby a man refuses 27 2, 5 | the ~contemplation which removes the need of faith is heavenly 28 2, 10 | preaching does, ~since Baptism removes forthwith the stain of sin 29 2, 13 | nature of the disease, which ~removes whatever might be a means 30 2, 13 | nature, in so far as it removes ~those things which are 31 2, 20 | by presuming thus a man ~removes or despises the assistance 32 2, 28 | indirectly, in so far as ~justice removes the obstacles to peace: 33 2, 30 | in so far as liberality ~removes an obstacle to that act, 34 2, 56 | constraint," and ~this removes merit, since it runs counter 35 2, 62 | according as that ~which removes an obstacle is called an 36 2, 64 | of shame, and ~because it removes scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 64 | necessity diminishes or entirely removes sin, as we shall show further 38 2, 66 | disgrace, and sometimes he removes the disgrace also: ~wherefore 39 2, 76 | ownership of a sum of ~money removes the money further from himself 40 2, 103 | the Holy Ghost is one that removes the ~obstacles of sin, as 41 2, 104 | since "the indefinite ~removes the nature of good" (Metaph. 42 2, 105 | venial sin, in so far as it removes a ~virtuous act of obedience 43 2, 106 | observed that a medicine never removes a greater ~good in order 44 2, 115 | this inexperience merely removes the impediment to liberality, 45 2, 119 | piety, inasmuch as meekness ~removes the obstacles to acts of 46 2, 119 | indirectly in so far as it removes ~obstacles to acts of piety, 47 2, 121 | fortitude of body, overcomes and removes bodily obstacles.~Aquin.: 48 2, 134 | to ~hatred, which charity removes; fourthly, to unjust injury, 49 2, 134 | forbids. Now that which removes the principle is the most 50 2, 134 | patience, in so far as it removes by the root ~the passions 51 2, 134 | but merely ~because it removes their obstacles.~Aquin.: 52 2, 147 | contrary vices which it removes, and to the end to which 53 2, 148 | said to be evil because it removes a good. ~Wherefore the greater 54 2, 153 | residing in a certain power removes the ~evil act of that power. 55 2, 159 | was ~because it especially removes the obstacle to man's spiritual 56 2, 164 | indirectly, as by that which removes an obstacle.~ 57 3, 9 | clear "face-to-face" vision removes the enigmatical vision of 58 3, 65 | Extreme Unction, which removes the remainder of sin, and 59 3, 68 | grace which it bestows, removes not only ~past sins, but 60 3, 69 | proneness to evil which removes virtue; and ~experiences 61 3, 71 | do a work wisely, first removes the ~obstacles to his work; 62 3, 84 | 1: True penance not only removes past sins, but also preserves ~ 63 3, 85 | its contrary. But penance ~removes all sins. Therefore it is 64 3, 85 | 3: Every special virtue removes formally the habit of the ~ 65 3, 85 | vice, just as whiteness removes blackness from the same 66 3, 85 | same subject: ~but penance removes every sin effectively, inasmuch 67 3, 85 | where it is not. Now penance removes sin ~from all the powers 68 3, 86 | by co-operating ~grace, removes the remnants of sin by degrees.~ 69 3, 87 | since the infusion ~of grace removes venial sins, as stated above ( 70 3, 88 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Grace removes the stain and the debt of 71 Suppl, 9 | simplicity," in like manner, removes composition and ~admixture. 72 Suppl, 10| Paradise: and since confession removes these obstacles, as ~shown 73 Suppl, 12| right, so satisfaction removes the causes of other sins.~ 74 Suppl, 14| advent of charity, which removes both ~insincerity and sin, 75 Suppl, 20| Further, grace, however small, removes all sin. But a priest dispenses ~ 76 Suppl, 30| either mortal or venial, it removes it as far as the ~guilt 77 Suppl, 58| On the contrary, Madness removes the use of reason more than 78 Suppl, 65| husband. The third end, it removes altogether, because as Christ 79 Suppl, 66| what is less. Now Baptism ~removes all sin, and sin is a greater 80 Suppl, 66| irregularity. Therefore ~it removes irregularity.~Aquin.: SMT 81 Suppl, 66| sacraments of the New ~Law, removes the irregularity consequent 82 Suppl, 66| 1~I answer that, Baptism removes sin, but does not dissolve 83 Suppl, 72| ignorance in the ~angels, but removes the comprehension of God 84 Suppl, 80| which the gift of subtlety removes is a kind of defect, for ~ 85 Suppl, 80| dimension; wherefore it nowise removes from it the aforesaid ~necessity 86 Suppl, 87| indisposition of an organ removes the natural ~proportion 87 Suppl, 92| while that which the dowry ~removes, namely the marriage burden 88 Suppl, 95| greatest evil, since it removes good altogether, so as to ~ 89 Suppl, 95| very evil, in so far as it removes ~being, it is very good, 90 Suppl, 95| very good, in so far as it removes unhappiness, which is the ~


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