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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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retains

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | being in this wise, it ~retains a certain likeness to the 2 1, 29 | state, yet since it ever retains its nature of ~unibility, 3 1, 39 | the essence nevertheless retains its ~unity. And because, 4 1, 63 | universal judgment, but retains ~a right opinion in this 5 1, 76 | this reason the human soul retains its own ~existence after 6 1, 76 | place; so the human soul retains its proper existence when 7 1, 76 | body, the intellectual soul retains its own being. In like manner ~ 8 1, 76 | soul, no part of the body retains its proper action; ~although 9 1, 76 | action; ~although that which retains its species, retains the 10 1, 76 | which retains its species, retains the action of the ~species. 11 1, 39 | the essence nevertheless retains its ~unity. And because, 12 1, 64 | universal judgment, but retains ~a right opinion in this 13 1, 75 | this reason the human soul retains its own ~existence after 14 1, 75 | place; so the human soul retains its proper existence when 15 1, 75 | body, the intellectual soul retains its own being. In like manner ~ 16 1, 75 | soul, no part of the body retains its proper action; ~although 17 1, 75 | action; ~although that which retains its species, retains the 18 1, 75 | which retains its species, retains the action of the ~species. 19 1, 78 | this way ~the intellect retains the species, even when it 20 1, 82 | acts from free judgment and retains the power of ~being inclined 21 1, 103 | This is why hot water retains heat after the cessation 22 1, 114 | will; nevertheless the will retains the power of following ~ 23 1, 118 | of the body, and that it retains the nature of each part. 24 2, 4 | body. ~Wherefore the soul retains that natural perfection 25 2, 4 | line. But the ~human soul retains the being of the composite 26 2, 6 | 2: He who acts from fear retains the repugnance of the will 27 2, 10 | that the judgment of reason retains, to a certain extent, its 28 2, 17 | the will ~in so far as it retains in itself something of an 29 2, 17 | the reason in so far as it retains in itself something of an ~ 30 2, 37 | which it craves ~for; yet it retains the movement whereby to 31 2, 72 | whereas one who ~errs, but retains the principles, can be brought 32 2, 73 | which is not simple, but retains something of the opposite ~ 33 2, 93 | unjust law, in so far as it retains some appearance ~of law, 34 2, 102 | lose its color, and hyssop retains its ~odor after it has been 35 2, 12 | once ~faith is removed, man retains nothing that may be useful 36 2, 19 | particular matter, although he retains the true ~universal estimate 37 2, 23 | away from God, he no longer retains the effect of the Divine 38 2, 23 | in ~such a way, that it retains the potentiality to another 39 2, 31 | disturbed against him, and retains his goodwill ~towards him: 40 2, 45 | rulers, while the other "retains the common name political," 41 2, 48 | of ~regnative prudence, retains the common name of political 42 2, 48 | the essence of a ~thing retains the name of "proper."~Aquin.: 43 2, 56 | the reason, this imprint retains the name of truth; ~and 44 2, 60 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, he who retains his creditor's money beyond 45 2, 60 | of the useful. Yet he who retains ~another's property must 46 2, 63 | a member is healthy and retains its natural disposition, 47 2, 98 | the other party unjustly retains it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 48 2, 102 | excess is in the person who ~retains another's property, and 49 2, 102 | body; not the soul, which retains its liberty. ~Now, in this 50 2, 117 | to covetousness that ~it retains them to excess. That one 51 2, 122 | come. Now so long as a man retains the life of ~the body he 52 2, 150 | from venereal pleasure, retains the integrity of a bodily ~ 53 2, 154 | intemperate, because he retains ~the best principle [*{To 54 2, 154 | is incontinent in ~anger retains more of the judgment of 55 2, 183 | is consecrated bishop he retains in perpetuity the ~spiritual 56 3, 46 | natures, while each nature retains that which is proper to 57 3, 66 | Consequently rain-water retains no properties of any mixed ~ 58 3, 68 | for grace as long as he retains the will to sin; for "God 59 3, 69 | as to his soul; but he ~retains a passible body, so that 60 3, 69 | But after ~Baptism man retains proneness to evil which 61 3, 76 | Further, Christ's body always retains the true nature of a body, ~ 62 3, 77 | quantity of the bread and wine retains its ~own nature, and receives 63 3, 79 | sacrament, as long as he retains an attachment towards mortal 64 Suppl, 38| receives a power ~which he retains for ever. This, however, 65 Suppl, 44| the accidental property retains the name of property, which ~ 66 Suppl, 53| God's sake, ~a man still retains power over his own body 67 Suppl, 54| its ~mother as long as he retains knowledge of her and a certain 68 Suppl, 62| sin. Now the husband who retains a wife guilty of ~fornication 69 Suppl, 62| consent with her when he retains her, ~notwithstanding that 70 Suppl, 70| wits." Therefore the soul ~retains its senses after being separated 71 Suppl, 73| OBJ 4: Further, an effect retains some likeness to its cause. 72 Suppl, 76| separation from the body, retains the being ~which accrues 73 Suppl, 79| color, so long as the pupil retains its ~diaphanous nature; 74 Suppl, 80| heavy or light, it still retains the necessity of ~the aforesaid 75 Suppl, 81| wherefore so long as it retains the nature ~of a body, it


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