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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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avoided

   Part, Question
1 1, 31 | parts of a whole, are to be avoided: ~and lest quality be taken 2 1, 31 | solitary" is also to be avoided, lest we take away ~the 3 1, 39 | way of speaking, and to be avoided, for fear of giving ~occasion 4 1, 39 | error in faith should be ~avoided in the treatment of divine 5 1, 48 | so that the fault may ~be avoided, and thus fault is worse 6 1, 73 | in it, or some evil been avoided. But whether God ~works 7 1, 39 | way of speaking, and to be avoided, for fear of giving ~occasion 8 1, 39 | error in faith should be ~avoided in the treatment of divine 9 1, 49 | so that the fault may ~be avoided, and thus fault is worse 10 1, 72 | in it, or some evil been avoided. But whether God ~works 11 1, 82 | that something should be avoided or ~sought. But because 12 1, 91 | individual evil might be avoided; especially as God is so 13 1, 93 | that state of life "sin was avoided without struggle, and while ~ 14 1, 114 | difficulty seems not to be avoided, ~since the cause in question 15 1, 115 | although the holy doctors avoided the ~use of this word, on 16 2, 6 | the evil feared ~may be avoided. Therefore that which is 17 2, 13 | as to be chosen or to be avoided. The perfect good alone, ~ 18 2, 34 | in itself, and should be avoided; ~because, as stated in 19 2, 34 | themselves and should ~be avoided.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 20 2, 39 | something which ought to be avoided. ~Because there are two 21 2, 39 | First, because it should be avoided in itself, on account of 22 2, 39 | Secondly, a thing is to be avoided, not as ~though it were 23 2, 39 | for that which ought to be avoided is always useful, ~since 24 2, 39 | in ~itself a thing to be avoided: while everyone avoids sorrow 25 2, 40 | security regards an ~evil to be avoided. Wherefore security seems 26 2, 42 | arduous and not to be easily avoided. From this ~we may gather 27 2, 44 | whereas fear is of ~evil to be avoided, so is hope of good things 28 2, 70 | how the former should be avoided, ~and the latter sought 29 2, 94 | pursued, and evil is to be avoided." All ~other precepts of 30 2, 94 | something to be done or avoided.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 31 2, 101 | that ~the greater may be avoided. And therefore, in order 32 2, 102 | which was most of all to be avoided when the priestly ~dignity 33 2, 104 | ought to be done or to be avoided. These are called "moral" ~ 34 2, 107 | and this is more safely avoided, by abstaining ~altogether 35 2, 108 | fourfold solicitude to be avoided in temporal matters. ~First, 36 2, 4 | with things to be sought or avoided, as stated in De Anima iii, 37 2, 9 | things to be sought or avoided" (De Anima iii, 9). Therefore 38 2, 10 | or because of some evil avoided. Thus from the fact that 39 2, 30 | and it is to be utterly avoided. Therefore one ought not ~ 40 2, 30 | greater evils should be avoided more than lesser evils. ~ 41 2, 33 | Further, all sin is to be avoided, according to Ecclus. 21: 42 2, 41 | scandal which the Apostle avoided, arose from an error ~of 43 2, 47 | either that they may be avoided altogether, or that they 44 2, 62 | 3:8) or that evil may be avoided especially if the evil be 45 2, 94 | absolutely ~repudiated and avoided by Christian, even as other 46 2, 98 | obtained or the contrary avoided. Hence if one intend this 47 2, 107 | in itself evil, and to be avoided," as ~the Philosopher declares ( 48 2, 121 | some disadvantage to be avoided, such ~as blame, pain, or 49 2, 123 | certain evils are to be ~avoided. Accordingly when the appetite 50 2, 123 | reason judges to be more ~avoided: thus death of the body 51 2, 123 | of the body is more to be avoided than the loss of ~temporal 52 2, 123 | to reason are less to be avoided, ~and so incur evils which 53 2, 123 | to reason are more to be avoided, he ~could not be wholly 54 2, 125 | man's fellowship is ~to be avoided save on account of sin. 55 2, 126 | for something, but hope is avoided on ~account of the obstacle 56 2, 127 | 3: Evil as such is to be avoided: and that one has to ~withstand 57 2, 131 | in human conduct is to be avoided save sin. Now ~pusillanimity 58 2, 131 | pusillanimity is to be avoided: for it is written (Col. 59 2, 138 | like the things ~to be avoided, reducible to some common 60 2, 148 | anything else, is to be avoided by the clergy, ~for it foments 61 2, 160 | by reason, it is easily avoided, ~both by considering one' 62 2, 166 | excessive, games should be avoided." Now that which can be 63 2, 166 | virtuously is not to be avoided altogether. Therefore there 64 2, 167 | customs of men, are to be avoided according to the customs 65 2, 185 | thereby; and ~this should be avoided. Yet the same scandal might 66 2, 187 | a necessity is not to be avoided; indeed, as ~Augustine says ( 67 3, 15 | Now ~Christ could have avoided both the evil of punishment 68 3, 15 | Although Christ could have avoided future evils by the ~power 69 3, 40 | best. But ~at times Christ avoided the crowd and sought lonely 70 3, 40 | riches and ~poverty, and have avoided extreme poverty.~Aquin.: 71 3, 41 | of temptation should ~be avoided, as it is written of Lot ( 72 3, 41 | temptation are not to be avoided. Hence ~Chrysostom says ( 73 3, 42 | preaching He should have avoided the opposition of the ~Jews?~( 74 3, 42 | Christ should also have avoided giving offense to the Jews.~ 75 3, 75 | Hence this opinion is to be avoided as heretical.~Aquin.: SMT 76 3, 88 | Whatever sins I have ~avoided committing, I owe it to 77 Suppl, 3 | that which he ought to have avoided. ~But he ought to avoid 78 Suppl, 4 | evil and a thing to be ~avoided should not be taken upon 79 Suppl, 12| though with difficulty, be ~avoided, while they can be incurred 80 Suppl, 52| one of the ~things to be avoided for their own sake. Therefore 81 Suppl, 53| so that many sins may be ~avoided. Therefore for the same 82 Suppl, 65| incentive. Thus, ~too, Juda avoided a lie while he avoided not 83 Suppl, 65| Juda avoided a lie while he avoided not fornication. Nevertheless ~


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