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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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separation

   Part, Question
1 1, 31 | be taken away, the terms "separation" ~and "division," which 2 1, 42 | by any kind of essential separation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 3 1, 43 | mission takes place without a separation, having only ~distinction 4 1, 43 | things; ~although neither separation nor diversity exists amongst 5 1, 44 | condensation, by union and separation. And supposing as ~they 6 1, 75 | union with the body. After separation from the ~body it will have 7 1, 42 | by any kind of essential separation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 8 1, 43 | mission takes place without a separation, having only ~distinction 9 1, 43 | things; ~although neither separation nor diversity exists amongst 10 1, 45 | condensation, by union and separation. And supposing as ~they 11 1, 74 | union with the body. After separation from the ~body it will have 12 1, 88 | would be ~secured by its separation alone; which cannot be reasonably 13 1, 88 | the soul in the ~state of separation cannot produce any act of 14 1, 88 | departed are in a state of separation from the living, both by 15 1, 96 | neither did he through the separation ~of the rib.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 4 | way. And thus it is that separation from the body is ~said to 17 2, 36 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every separation is opposed to unity. If 18 2, 36 | a craving for unity, no separation would be ~pleasant: and 19 2, 36 | clearly untrue as regards the separation of ~whatever is superfluous.~ 20 2, 36 | is a ~kind of union; so separation is contrary to unity. Therefore 21 2, 36 | rather than the craving for separation, ~as causing sorrow.~Aquin.: 22 2, 36 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Separation can be pleasant, either 23 2, 36 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Separation from things hurtful and 24 2, 36 | the desire ~for such like separation is not the first cause of 25 2, 42 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Separation from God is a punishment 26 2, 67 | does not remain. Because separation from God is in the nature 27 2, 7 | unfathomable and supreme good, separation from which is the greatest ~ 28 2, 18 | filial fear, whereby we fear separation from God, is the same as 29 2, 18 | included in charity, ~because separation from God is a punishment, 30 2, 18 | union, whereas fear implies separation. Now ~separation decreases 31 2, 18 | implies separation. Now ~separation decreases when union increases. 32 2, 18 | Filial fear does not imply separation from God, but ~submission 33 2, 18 | submission to Him, and shuns separation from that submission. Yet, 34 2, 18 | Yet, in a ~way, it implies separation, in the point of not presuming 35 2, 18 | submitting to Him, which separation is to be ~observed even 36 2, 35 | Now discord is merely a separation of wills. Therefore discord ~ 37 2, 37 | from her. Indeed this very separation brings them ~back somewhat, 38 2, 37 | through confusion at their separation, they are ~sometimes led 39 2, 166 | practical knowledge of ~separation," i.e. of the distinction 40 2, 180 | may now and then suffer ~separation from the sweetness of Divine 41 3, 2 | without division, without separation - the distinction of natures 42 3, 7 | as it regards the evil of separation from God by fault, nor as 43 3, 35 | motherhood seems to imply partial separation of the ~semen. But, as Damascene 44 3, 46 | appearance of the gibbet that separation of all men which shall be ~ 45 3, 50 | body. Therefore there was a separation made at ~one time of the 46 3, 50 | animal results from the separation of the soul, which is the ~ 47 3, 50 | assumption did not cease by the separation of the Word from the soul 48 3, 50 | things: in one way it is the ~separation of the soul from the body 49 3, 50 | in ~fact, inasmuch as the separation of soul and body has already 50 3, 50 | body, consisting in the separation of the ~soul, according 51 3, 53 | returning to dust, yet the separation of His soul and body was 52 3, 77 | corruption comes of the separation of the form from the matter. ~ 53 3, 81 | Further, death ensues from the separation of the soul from the ~body. 54 3, 83 | Para. 8/10~Eighthly, the separation of His soul from the body 55 3, 87 | him in some ~way. Now this separation is made complete by mortal 56 Suppl, 2 | aversion, and in the degree ~of separation from God; and this regards 57 Suppl, 3 | and in this respect the separation from God which is a punishment, ~ 58 Suppl, 3 | all punishments will be separation from God.~Aquin.: SMT XP 59 Suppl, 3 | from offense of God, e.g. separation from ~God; and some also 60 Suppl, 5 | displeasing to a ~man, than separation from his last end ought 61 Suppl, 21| excommunication is suitably defined as separation from the ~communion of the 62 Suppl, 21| thus: "Excommunication is separation from the communion of the 63 Suppl, 24| so is it possible for his separation to be removed on one count ~ 64 Suppl, 38| episcopal ~power after his separation from the Church.~Aquin.: 65 Suppl, 53| to God, for instance the ~separation from God by mortal sin, 66 Suppl, 55| But on account of their separation and distance from one another 67 Suppl, 55| required when a matrimonial separation is at issue. Therefore ~ 68 Suppl, 55| in a suit for matrimonial separation the ~process is not by way 69 Suppl, 62| carnal fornication. But separation from bed cannot be ~motived 70 Suppl, 62| to have been a cause of separation rather than fornication.~ 71 Suppl, 62| to correct his wife. Now separation from bed is ~prescribed 72 Suppl, 62| ways. ~First, he may seek a separation from bed before a spiritual 73 Suppl, 70| Further, if the soul after separation from the body loses its ~ 74 Suppl, 70| Philosopher, speaking of the separation of the soul, ~expresses 75 Suppl, 70| soul well or ill after its separation from the body, are not corporeal ~ 76 Suppl, 72| from one another. Now the ~separation of the parts of the world 77 Suppl, 72| Anaxagoras asserted that the ~separation was effected by the act 78 Suppl, 72| cleansed ~in one way by the separation of the wicked from the good: 79 Suppl, 72| extraneous nature. Therefore separation from the body is its final 80 Suppl, 72| spiritual death, which ~is the separation of the soul from God, is 81 Suppl, 76| parts. Wherefore after the separation of the substantial form ~ 82 Suppl, 76| For the soul, even after separation from the body, retains the 83 Suppl, 77| because it is after much separation that the seed is distilled 84 Suppl, 85| there will then be a general separation of the good from the ~wicked, 85 Suppl, 85| human race by ~the general separation of the good from the wicked, 86 Suppl, 85| judgment is the general ~separation of the good from the wicked, 87 Suppl, 94| world, there will be a ~separation of the elements, whatever 88 Appen1, 1| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, separation from what we love cannot 89 Appen1, 1| they cannot undergo this separation without pain.~Aquin.: SMT


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