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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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involves

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | This theory, ~however, involves a contradiction; which manifestly 2 1, 11 | inasmuch as the ~idea of "many" involves division. Hence division 3 1, 27 | the will within ~ourselves involves also another procession, 4 1, 28 | which exists in creatures involves not only ~a regard to another, 5 1, 28 | attributing of anything to another involves the ~attribution likewise 6 1, 29 | of the persons seemingly involves four points: ~(1) The signification 7 1, 32 | divine persons; ~and this involves four points of inquiry: ~( 8 1, 32 | false opinion of itself involves heresy, especially if it ~ 9 1, 32 | indirectly, if the denial of it ~involves as a consequence something 10 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 2: The name Gift involves the idea of belonging to 11 1, 41 | of movement, naturally ~involves passion; but action in that 12 1, 48 | for ~"temptation which involves no consent, is not a sin, 13 1, 51 | to eat, ~because eating involves the taking of food convertible 14 1, 61 | of the corporeal creature involves in a manner the creation 15 1, 63 | the desire of something involves on its ~part resistance 16 1, 76 | but as its motor. For ~it involves nothing unreasonable that 17 1, 76 | thing the ~removal of which involves the cessation of their union. 18 1, 77 | OBJ 3: Further, emanation involves some sort of movement. But 19 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 2: The name Gift involves the idea of belonging to 20 1, 41 | of movement, naturally ~involves passion; but action in that 21 1, 49 | for ~"temptation which involves no consent, is not a sin, 22 1, 52 | to eat, ~because eating involves the taking of food convertible 23 1, 62 | of the corporeal creature involves in a manner the creation 24 1, 64 | the desire of something involves on its ~part resistance 25 1, 75 | but as its motor. For ~it involves nothing unreasonable that 26 1, 75 | thing the ~removal of which involves the cessation of their union. 27 1, 76 | OBJ 3: Further, emanation involves some sort of movement. But 28 1, 77 | of ~immutation. For touch involves a natural, and not only 29 1, 78 | condition of a fixed time; which involves knowledge under the conditions 30 1, 81 | conclusions, a denial of which involves a denial of the ~first principles. 31 1, 83 | of the senses necessarily involves a hindrance to the judgment ~ 32 1, 84 | intellectual faculty. But sin involves ~falsehood: for "those err 33 1, 89 | of the Divine substance involves ~a manifest improbability. 34 1, 96 | nourishment. But nourishment involves ~passibility. Since, then, 35 1, 96 | the consumption of food involves voiding of the surplus, ~ 36 2, 4 | end: but only that which involves imperfection, such as ~movement. 37 2, 6 | AA[1],2). But knowledge involves an act. Therefore voluntariness 38 2, 28 | OBJ 3: Further, if love involves the lover being in the beloved 39 2, 37 | to the body, so that it ~involves bodily transmutation more 40 2, 60 | On the other hand, good involves difficulty, ~which requires 41 2, 61 | is directed to good which involves the ~notion of right and 42 2, 63 | expressed in ~a definition involves a difference of species. 43 2, 65 | without charity; for this involves ~the absence of due order 44 2, 73 | and for this reason ~it involves greater guilt. A second 45 2, 102 | man in the aforesaid ways involves some unclean infection. ~ 46 2, 22 | not a voluntary act, which involves a ~contradiction, since 47 2, 23 | altogether, unless the ~cessation involves a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 48 2, 53 | this is a sin, ~because it involves a disorder in man with respect 49 2, 60 | since delay of restitution involves a sin of ~unjust detention 50 2, 61 | Now respect of ~persons involves a certain inequality, in 51 2, 87 | must not be kept ~when it involves a sin or a hindrance to 52 2, 97 | utility, and ~consequently involves no occasion of avarice.~ 53 2, 103 | manner a sin that directly involves contempt of God, ~such as 54 2, 135 | in ~something difficult involves a special difficulty. Hence 55 2, 162 | and life. In this way it involves not pain of sense ~but pain 56 2, 180 | whereas ~the active life involves restlessness, according 57 2, 184 | inasmuch as the anxiety it involves disturbs the quiet ~of the 58 2, 184 | state." Secondly, because it involves man in solicitude for the 59 2, 184 | OBJ 3: Further, contempt involves a mortal sin. Now whoever 60 2, 184 | under a common precept, involves a mortal ~sin; but as regards 61 2, 184 | transgression of these three involves a mortal sin, ~while the 62 2, 186 | for one's necessary use involves the least ~burden of care. 63 3, 67 | that a deacon's office involves power over the unclean among 64 Suppl, 6 | false), but because the time involves urgency. Consequently, if ~ 65 Suppl, 28| contrary effect, since it involves the ~penitent in many deficiencies: 66 Suppl, 39| reception of spiritual power involves also an ~obligation to certain 67 Suppl, 40| becoming to them as it involves the hair being taken both 68 Suppl, 43| marriage, this responsibility involves the ~obligation of doing 69 Suppl, 54| as unity added to unity ~involves number. Thus every unity 70 Suppl, 56| since the person begotten involves a change of degree, as stated 71 Suppl, 62| since a wife's ~adultery involves uncertainty of the offspring, 72 Suppl, 71| something of the kind that involves no change ~in the state


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