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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excluded

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | others are not thereby ~excluded from it; indeed, by the 2 1, 16 | for ~what is accidental is excluded from every definition.~Aquin.: 3 1, 22 | Rabbi Moses, however, excluded men from the ~generality 4 1, 23 | Whence predestination is not excluded by Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 5 1, 29 | universality and of ~part is excluded. For we do not say that 6 1, 29 | idea of assumptibility is excluded from person; for the human ~ 7 1, 30 | the idea of solitude is ~excluded by plurality, and the plurality 8 1, 30 | alone. For blackness ~is excluded by whiteness; nevertheless, 9 1, 30 | explanations, ~however, are excluded by the fact that "person" 10 1, 31 | the other persons are not excluded by reason of the unity of ~ 11 1, 36 | knowing Himself is not ~excluded. So therefore when we say 12 1, 36 | would not thereby be at all excluded; because as regards being ~ 13 1, 39 | the union of the two, be excluded, we cannot ~understand the 14 1, 44 | emanation ~matter itself is not excluded, although it is excluded 15 1, 44 | excluded, although it is excluded from the former ~mode of 16 1, 58 | belonging to such thing, or excluded ~from it; but not of what 17 1, 39 | the union of the two, be excluded, we cannot ~understand the 18 1, 45 | emanation matter itself is not excluded, although it is excluded 19 1, 45 | excluded, although it is excluded from the former ~mode of 20 1, 59 | belonging to such thing, or excluded ~from it; but not of what 21 1, 77 | soul, as the appetitive is excluded.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 22 1, 83 | movement and ~matter would be excluded from science (which knowledge 23 1, 90 | De Civ. Dei xiii, 24), is excluded by the ~very words of Scripture. 24 1, 91 | is inequality among men excluded ~by the state of innocence, 25 1, 92 | that the other parts are excluded.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 26 1, 94 | passions were entirely excluded from him.~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 106 | whereby the mental ~concept is excluded from another one's knowledge, 28 1, 115 | Nothing therefore seems to be excluded from the domain of fate.~ 29 2, 5 | life every evil cannot be excluded. For this present ~life 30 2, 50 | them, and on that account, excluded from them habit and ~any 31 2, 66 | revenge, which is also ~excluded by justice; not only hatred, 32 2, 67 | cause of one thing ~being excluded from another, in so far, 33 2, 102 | something was signified or excluded thereby. ~On the other hand, 34 2, 102 | unfitting for fishes to be excluded from the divine ~sacrifices.~ 35 2, 102 | the slain animal." This excluded cruelty on the part of the ~ 36 2, 105 | acceptable to God should not be excluded from the Church of God. ~ 37 2, 105 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The Law excluded the men of no nation from 38 2, 105 | generation; while others were excluded in ~perpetuity, in detestation 39 2, 105 | their base origin, were excluded ~from the "ecclesia," i.e. 40 2, 105 | newly married husband, were excluded from fighting, for two reasons. ~ 41 2, 106 | thy ~boasting? It is excluded. By what law? Of works? 42 2, 18 | heaven, since such a fear is excluded by the security which is ~ 43 2, 23 | wherefore charity is not excluded from the reason ~through 44 2, 52 | nothing." But every sin is excluded by the opposite virtue. ~ 45 2, 68 | Therefore no man should be ~excluded from giving evidence save 46 2, 81 | and ~this opinion also excluded the utility of prayer. There 47 2, 81 | Church, from which he is ~excluded by merit, and consequently 48 2, 99 | so that the act of one be excluded by the act of the other. 49 2, 109 | God": and the hypocrite is excluded from ~seeing God, according 50 2, 120 | worship of false gods is excluded.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 51 2, 121 | the Stoics. For the Stoics excluded anger and all other ~passions 52 2, 159 | s own failings, this is excluded by ~the second degree. The 53 2, 166 | someone. Such an ~intention is excluded by their being done in fun, 54 2, 183 | thumb ~that he might be excluded from the priesthood." [* 55 2, 184 | continence whereby acts are excluded ~which are altogether contrary 56 2, 187 | when ~men die, He is not excluded from the maternal womb." 57 3, 7 | everything imperfect is excluded from the blessed. But ~in 58 3, 7 | possibility of increase is excluded when a ~subject reaches 59 3, 11 | Reply OBJ 1: From Christ is excluded that counsel which is with 60 3, 11 | of using counsel is not excluded from Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 61 3, 15 | grace and ~virtue in Christ excluded the "fomes" of sin, so the 62 3, 15 | the fulness of knowledge ~excluded ignorance, which is opposed 63 3, 36 | condition of men ~to be excluded from Christ's redemption.~ 64 3, 52 | penalty ~whereby they were excluded from the life of glory, 65 3, 52 | sin, whereby ~they were excluded from glory, since the price 66 3, 52 | loss, ~whereby they were excluded from glory. Therefore, He 67 3, 55 | of faith, is not entirely excluded except a man refuse to believe ~ 68 3, 59 | or from which they are excluded by Christ's ~judgment, as 69 3, 74 | these and similar errors are excluded by the fact that Christ ~ 70 3, 74 | signification would be utterly ~excluded: but when the water is changed 71 3, 75 | into ~it, which change is excluded the moment we admit either 72 3, 78 | of this sacrament is not excluded: just as when we say that ~ 73 3, 81 | it was ~not Christ that excluded him. Therefore Christ for 74 3, 83 | and unbelievers are not excluded ~therefrom. Hence in De 75 3, 86 | glory from which man is excluded by any mortal sin. ~but 76 Suppl, 19| whether a person should be excluded from or admitted to that 77 Suppl, 21| providence, but that he is excluded from that ~protection with 78 Suppl, 54| multiplied, more persons were ~excluded by the law of Moses, for 79 Suppl, 65| God. But fornicators are excluded from the kingdom of God ( 80 Suppl, 68| loss. First because he is excluded from legitimate acts such 81 Suppl, 85| kingdom ~now, and some are excluded from it for ever, it would 82 Suppl, 96| first death, so are they excluded from that imperishable ~


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