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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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leave

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | those ~who deny them, but leave this to a higher science; 2 1, 68 | them by way of miracle." We leave ~this view, then, and answer 3 1, 76 | intellectual part, he seems to ~leave it in doubt whether it be " 4 1, 69 | them by way of miracle." We leave ~this view, then, and answer 5 1, 75 | intellectual part, he seems to ~leave it in doubt whether it be " 6 1, 91 | man, wherefore a man shall leave father and mother, and shall 7 2, 17 | such an extent as not to leave it free to ~assent or dissent, 8 2, 35 | and consequently we would leave the ~pleasure of eating 9 2, 44 | when ~seized with fear, leave the outskirts, and, as far 10 2, 95 | desist from evil-doing, and leave others in peace, and that 11 2, 97 | it would be dangerous to leave this to ~the discretion 12 2, 105 | Hence the Lord ~did not leave the choice of a king to 13 2, 113 | et Concup. i, 26), if to leave ~off sinning was the same 14 2, 2 | Wherefore a man shall leave ~father and mother, and 15 2, 10 | does an indiscreet silence ~leave those in error who might 16 2, 10 | prisoners, they should still leave them free to believe, if 17 2, 25 | 2:24) that "a man shell leave ~father and mother" on account 18 2, 25 | does not in all respects leave his father and mother ~for 19 2, 25 | his wife. He does however leave all his kinsfolk, and ~cleaves 20 2, 31 | religious would have to ~leave the cloister in order to 21 2, 31 | no need for religious to leave their ~cloister in order 22 2, 59 | the ~latter be induced to leave his master: which things 23 2, 59 | and inducing a slave to leave his master ~are properly 24 2, 64 | would shirk the labor and leave to another that which ~concerns 25 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 1: Human laws leave many things unpunished, 26 2, 75 | to buy, he ~would seem to leave it to him to judge of the 27 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 3: Human laws leave certain things unpunished, 28 2, 99 | obedience, since they may not leave the cloister without the ~ 29 2, 99 | without him, he must not ~leave them and enter religion, 30 2, 99 | might abandon them, and leave them in God's care. But 31 2, 99 | supporting his parents, to leave ~the cloister where he is 32 2, 151 | declared that he would leave his mistress: "One little 33 2, 173 | life so completely as to leave nothing but a ~corpse for 34 2, 182 | is not enough merely to leave, Peter added that ~which 35 2, 183 | dangerous for the helmsman to leave ~the ship when the sea is 36 2, 185 | the faithful should not leave God's servants who ~work 37 2, 186 | Since ~it is not enough to leave all, Peter adds that which 38 2, 186 | being uncertain, let us leave it to God": ~according to 39 2, 187 | grown out of ~infancy we leave our mother's milk for a 40 2, 187 | enter ~religion than to leave after entering, according 41 2, 187 | from entering or incited to leave. ~Therefore it seems that 42 2, 187 | thinking of ~being free to leave, or of remaining in perpetuity, 43 2, 187 | 61, "Let me first take my leave of them that are ~at my 44 2, 187 | asking first to ~take his leave of them that were at his 45 3, 1 | of great things should leave them for lesser things. 46 3, 2 | natural to that man, so as to ~leave no room for sin in Him."~ 47 3, 3 | circumscribe something in God and leave the rest, for all that is 48 3, 6 | be removed color would ~leave the body, since it adheres 49 3, 40 | reasonable that we ~should leave the word of God and serve 50 3, 49 | swine except with Christ's leave. Therefore the devil never 51 3, 51 | s death before granting leave ~for His burial. Secondly, 52 3, 53 | St. ~Jerome] he seems to leave the matter doubtful. But 53 3, 57 | go"; i.e. that I should leave you and ascend into heaven.~ 54 3, 67 | not ~reason that we should leave the word of God and serve 55 3, 67 | stand up of themselves and leave the sacred font, should 56 3, 73 | when ~Christ was going to leave His disciples in His proper 57 3, 83 | priest presume ever to ~leave the Divine offices unfinished, 58 Suppl, 11| wronging his conscience, leave a sin unpunished which he 59 Suppl, 14| satisfaction is such as to leave an effect in the ~person 60 Suppl, 14| God in the ~result they leave behind. But when a work 61 Suppl, 18| sin is to be amended, but leave the decision of this ~matter 62 Suppl, 33| danger of death, he does not ~leave that state except the disease 63 Suppl, 44| as admonishing her not to leave her husband and take up ~ 64 Suppl, 51| lives. But she may either leave the second or return to ~ 65 Suppl, 54| Wherefore a man shall leave ~father and mother": which 66 Suppl, 59| converted?~(4) Whether he may leave his unbelieving wife?~(5) 67 Suppl, 59| children. But if he were to leave his unbelieving wife, the 68 Suppl, 59| Wherefore if the husband leave her after he has changed 69 Suppl, 59| theft," for then he ought to leave her rather than thieve.~ 70 Suppl, 69| Whether they are able to leave those places?~(4) Whether 71 Suppl, 69| to do ~so if they were to leave their abode. Therefore they 72 Suppl, 69| of the departed ~do not leave their abode.~Aquin.: SMT 73 Suppl, 69| only the ~good sometimes leave their abode, but also the 74 Suppl, 69| understanding a person to leave ~hell or heaven. First, 75 Suppl, 69| it be fitting for them to leave their ~abode for any purpose 76 Suppl, 71| dear to those whom they leave behind the greater their 77 Suppl, 72| fourteenth" day all men will leave their ~abode, neither understanding 78 Suppl, 81| their bodies will ~never leave the place assigned to them, 79 Suppl, 84| blotted out by repentance will leave ~no effect remaining. Therefore 80 Suppl, 86| voluntarily poor, but to those who leave all and ~follow Christ in 81 Suppl, 95| good altogether, so as to ~leave nothing. Therefore "not 82 Appen1, 2| pains, and that when ~these leave their bodies, they may find


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