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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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withdrawal

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | way ~evil exists by the withdrawal of the due operation, either 2 1, 48 | evil which comes from the withdrawal of the form and ~integrity 3 1, 67 | body seem to admit ~of the withdrawal of light, so long as the 4 1, 69 | received its form by the withdrawal ~of the waters, and there 5 1, 76 | part. ~Therefore, on the withdrawal of the soul, as we do not 6 1, 76 | of which is, that on the ~withdrawal of the soul, no part of 7 1, 49 | way ~evil exists by the withdrawal of the due operation, either 8 1, 49 | evil which comes from the withdrawal of the form and ~integrity 9 1, 68 | body seem to admit ~of the withdrawal of light, so long as the 10 1, 70 | received its form by the withdrawal ~of the waters, and there 11 1, 75 | part. ~Therefore, on the withdrawal of the soul, as we do not 12 1, 75 | of which is, that on the ~withdrawal of the soul, no part of 13 2, 5 | him. Because, ~since the withdrawal of Happiness is a punishment, 14 2, 17 | to itself, through the ~withdrawal of the supernatural gift 15 2, 23 | by way of approach and ~withdrawal," as Avicenna declares in 16 2, 23 | the apprehension of good; withdrawal, from the ~apprehension 17 2, 23 | according to approach and withdrawal in ~respect of the same 18 2, 23 | according to approach and withdrawal in respect of the same term. ~ 19 2, 23 | contrariety of approach and ~withdrawal in respect of the same object.~ 20 2, 23 | according to approach and withdrawal in ~respect of the same 21 2, 23 | respect of approach or ~withdrawal, as stated above (A[2]). 22 2, 23 | corresponding contrary withdrawal, and vice versa. Therefore 23 2, 23 | according to approach and withdrawal, or ~according to the contrariety 24 2, 23 | cannot have a movement of withdrawal: because the evil is ~supposed 25 2, 23 | contrariety of approach and withdrawal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 26 2, 23 | consists in approach or ~withdrawal in respect of good or evil, 27 2, 23 | difference of approach and withdrawal; or from degrees ~in approach 28 2, 23 | degrees ~in approach or withdrawal. Now the first two differences 29 2, 25 | an end, the movement of ~withdrawal precedes the movement of 30 2, 25 | fear and despair imply ~withdrawal from something; while daring 31 2, 36 | observe those of approach and withdrawal, approach ~is of itself 32 2, 36 | suitable to nature; while withdrawal ~is of itself directed to 33 2, 36 | the higher place, since withdrawal from the latter is ~the 34 2, 36 | is a kind ~of flight or withdrawal, while pleasure is a kind 35 2, 36 | taken pleasure, than for the withdrawal of future ~good which we 36 2, 40 | according to ~approach and withdrawal with regard to the same 37 2, 40 | it implies a movement of withdrawal: and ~consequently it is 38 2, 40 | is contrary to hope, as withdrawal is to approach.~Aquin.: 39 2, 40 | contrariety of approach and ~withdrawal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 40 2, 45 | opposition of approach and ~withdrawal, and thus daring is contrary 41 2, 67 | does not cease through the ~withdrawal of its matter: for a man 42 2, 68 | denote union with God, but withdrawal from certain ~things through 43 2, 69 | beatitudes concerned the ~withdrawal of man from those things 44 2, 79 | The other thing is the withdrawal of grace, the result ~of 45 2, 85 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the withdrawal of original justice has 46 2, 85 | punishment, ~even as the withdrawal of grace has. Consequently, 47 2, 87 | sin. Wherefore since the withdrawal of grace is a ~punishment, 48 2, 113 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The withdrawal from one term and approach 49 2, 113 | thing moved, and thus ~the withdrawal from a term naturally precedes 50 2, 12 | whereto" of the movement of ~withdrawal from the faith; wherefore 51 2, 18 | by way of a relation of withdrawal ~from a term: wherefore 52 2, 18 | beatitude, which implies withdrawal from external things ~which 53 2, 23 | that at first there is ~withdrawal from one term, then approach 54 2, 51 | that, Inconstancy denotes withdrawal from a definite good ~purpose. 55 2, 51 | Now the origin of this withdrawal is in the appetite, for 56 2, 51 | pleasing to him: nor is this withdrawal ~completed except through 57 2, 121 | notion of fear, which denotes withdrawal from an evil that entails ~ 58 2, 121 | fear by way of approach and withdrawal, as stated above (FS, ~Q[ 59 2, 136 | pleasure is a motive of ~withdrawal, since lack of pleasure 60 2, 139 | other hand fear denotes a withdrawal of the mind from ~certain 61 2, 153 | which denote some kind ~of withdrawal: since in these it is praiseworthy 62 2, 157 | whereas cruelty applies to the withdrawal ~of beneficence, according 63 2, 157 | We may also reply that withdrawal of beneficence is in ~itself 64 2, 159 | the soul against excessive withdrawal: thus ~fortitude both curbs 65 2, 160 | sins is the last in the withdrawal from sin, a gloss on ~Ps. 66 2, 162 | corresponding thereto, was the withdrawal of the Divine ~favor whereby 67 2, 162 | defects resulting from this withdrawal are death and other ~penalties 68 2, 162 | maintained in them, and by the withdrawal ~of this favor human nature 69 2, 173 | A[1] Body Para. 3/4~This withdrawal, whatever its term may be, 70 2, 173 | Therefore neither did such a withdrawal take place in Paul.~Aquin.: 71 2, 173 | phantasms, there must be also ~withdrawal of the intellect from the 72 2, 173 | rapture there is no need for withdrawal from ~them, as from the 73 2, 178 | the first of which is the "withdrawal of the soul into ~itself 74 2, 178 | the ~soul is "the soul's withdrawal into itself from external 75 3, 1 | was this useful for our "withdrawal from evil." First, because ~ 76 3, 12 | place he adds that "Jesus' withdrawal to Egypt decreed ~by the 77 3, 15 | principle, to wit, from the withdrawal of original justice, ~whereby 78 3, 44 | impious blasphemers." And this withdrawal of the rays is ~not to be 79 3, 85 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, withdrawal from one extreme seems to 80 3, 85 | In successive movements withdrawal from one extreme ~precedes 81 Suppl, 42| conferred therein as regards the withdrawal from evil, because the act 82 Suppl, 62| effected or ensue without any withdrawal of the ~previous sentence.~ 83 Suppl, 83| them. and consequently the ~withdrawal of death leads to the increase 84 Suppl, 93| be due sometimes to the withdrawal from a carnal life.~Aquin.: 85 Suppl, 93| wherein we find perfect withdrawal from carnal pleasures as 86 Suppl, 93| by reason of a greater withdrawal from that which is contrary 87 Appen1, 1| does not result ~from the withdrawal or corruption of a good 88 Appen1, 1| principles, but from the withdrawal or corruption of ~something


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