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permeation 1
permissible 7
permission 72
permissions 2
permit 26
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72 permission
72 potential
72 prelates
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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permission

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | counsel, operation, and permission - are not rightly assigned 2 1, 19 | Further, operation and permission appertain to all creatures 3 1, 19 | the expression ~is called permission. He declares his will by 4 1, 19 | as it is in heaven." That permission and ~operation are called 5 1, 19 | 2~Or it may be said that permission and operation refer to present 6 1, 19 | refer to present time, ~permission being with respect to evil, 7 1, 19 | counsel; or of prohibition or ~permission.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 8 1, 19 | therefore only operation and permission are concerned ~with these.~ 9 1, 116 | possible that by ~God's permission, or from some hidden deed, 10 2, 92 | command," "prohibition," "permission" and "punishment." ~For " 11 2, 97 | If however he grant this permission without any such ~reason, 12 2, 108 | the Law of Moses by way of permission, to be right in themselves: 13 2, 30 | subject to the superior's permission.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 14 2, 30 | alms ~without his abbot's permission either express or presumed 15 2, 30 | without asking her husband's permission: yet such ~alms should be 16 2, 38 | without the ~command or permission of superior or lawful authority." 17 2, 38 | it is an abuse of this ~permission, if any of them take up 18 2, 84 | to the use of layfolk by permission of the ~priests, whether 19 2, 87 | an oath does not imply a permission to ~do anything against 20 2, 88 | the devil, ~who, by God's permission, makes use of irrational 21 2, 99 | the cloister without the ~permission of their superior. Therefore 22 2, 182 | even without their bishop's permission (cf. Decret. xix, qu. 2, ~ 23 2, 182 | archdeacon may with his bishop's permission ~resign his arch-deaconry 24 2, 182 | anything without their bishop's permission." Wherefore it is ~evident 25 2, 183 | free to fly without our permission." For the Pope alone can ~ 26 2, 183 | this not in command but in ~permission. For he permitted them to 27 2, 183 | however, by the Pope's permission he make a will, he is ~not 28 2, 185 | and with their superior's permission, they may occupy ~themselves 29 2, 187 | without ~the Pope's special permission, who alone can dispense 30 2, 187 | account of humility, to seek permission: yet this ~cannot be denied, 31 2, 187 | one seek the superior's permission (XIX, qu. iii; cap. ~Statuimus).~ 32 3, 18 | the Divine will, by whose permission ~the human nature in Christ 33 3, 48 | service, he, ~by God's just permission, fell under the devil's 34 3, 49 | But without the ~Divine permission the devil could never do 35 3, 55 | Consens. Evang. iii): "The ~permission was granted by Christ," 36 3, 64 | conferring sacraments, but the ~permission to use this power. Wherefore 37 3, 68 | unavoidable cause and with the ~permission of the authorities of the 38 3, 80 | of Tours, Canon 1) gave permission "that all ~should communicate, 39 3, 83 | bishop, or where ~he gives permission." But not without a portable 40 Suppl, 8 | like; but it is left to the permission of a ~higher authority, 41 Suppl, 8 | higher authority, or ask permission of the ~priest himself to 42 Suppl, 8 | and if he fails to obtain ~permission, the case is to be decided 43 Suppl, 8 | were not easy in giving permission to confess to ~another, 44 Suppl, 8 | a ~superior's privilege, permission, or command.~Aquin.: SMT 45 Suppl, 8 | even with the superior's permission.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[5] 46 Suppl, 8 | can give his parishioner permission to confess to another. Much ~ 47 Suppl, 11| confession?~(4) Whether, by permission of the penitent, the priest 48 Suppl, 11| Whether by the penitent's permission, a priest may reveal to 49 Suppl, 11| not, by the penitent's ~permission, reveal to another a sin 50 Suppl, 11| Now the ~Pope cannot give permission for anyone to divulge a 51 Suppl, 11| penitent give him such a ~permission.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[ 52 Suppl, 11| priest could grant such a permission, this would ~seem to palliate 53 Suppl, 11| pretend to ~have received the permission and so they might sin with 54 Suppl, 11| penitent cannot grant ~this permission.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[ 55 Suppl, 11| unbecoming. Therefore this permission ~cannot be granted.~Aquin.: 56 Suppl, 11| they had the penitent's ~permission to reveal the sin, if they 57 Suppl, 20| confess to him but should ask permission to go to ~another, or should 58 Suppl, 57| anyone, except by special permission of the sovereign.~Aquin.: 59 Suppl, 57| Even a woman can adopt by permission of the sovereign, ~wherefore 60 Suppl, 58| been contracted with her permission. ~[*"Nowadays it is seldom 61 Suppl, 58| devil's work with God's ~permission; not that the devil is stronger 62 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: This permission is to be understood as an 63 Suppl, 65| not to extend, and this ~permission is called a dispensation. 64 Suppl, 67| they reckon four kinds of permission: one by absence of ~precept, 65 Suppl, 67| OBJ 3: This likeness of permission must not be applied to every ~ 66 Suppl, 67| them not from sin, ~the permission given on account of that 67 Suppl, 67| availing themselves of ~the permission granted to them.~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 67| as it was done by Divine permission: and thus its guilt was 69 Suppl, 67| Law, ~when the aforesaid permission was recalled. In the same 70 Suppl, 67| men that the reason for ~permission being given to divorce a 71 Suppl, 70| hell, except by ~Divine permission, either for the instruction 72 Suppl, 70| diminished, if ~by God's permission they happen to be outside


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