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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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devoid

   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | considered in itself, is devoid of all act. Therefore, the 2 1, 25 | agent - namely, God - is devoid of power.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 32 | knowing things which are devoid of composition: for they ~ 4 1, 52 | since his substance is devoid of quantity, the proper ~ 5 1, 53 | 32,86) "nothing which is devoid of ~parts is moved"; because, 6 1, 59 | particular good only, like things devoid of knowledge, nor towards ~ 7 1, 60 | appetite; but in a nature devoid of knowledge, only ~according 8 1, 60 | manifest that in things devoid of knowledge, everything ~ 9 1, 60 | in ~all, even in such as devoid of reason. But, "every beast 10 1, 60 | manifest even in things devoid of ~knowledge: for fire 11 1, 60 | natural tendency of things devoid of reason shows the nature 12 1, 66 | philosophers maintained confusion devoid of all distinction; ~except 13 1, 72 | not because the fish is ~devoid of memory, as Basil upholds ( 14 1, 53 | since his substance is devoid of quantity, the proper ~ 15 1, 54 | 32,86) "nothing which is devoid of ~parts is moved"; because, 16 1, 60 | particular good only, like things devoid of knowledge, nor towards ~ 17 1, 61 | appetite; but in a nature devoid of knowledge, only ~according 18 1, 61 | manifest that in things devoid of knowledge, everything ~ 19 1, 61 | in ~all, even in such as devoid of reason. But, "every beast 20 1, 61 | manifest even in things devoid of ~knowledge: for fire 21 1, 61 | natural tendency of things devoid of reason shows the nature 22 1, 67 | philosophers maintained confusion devoid of all distinction; ~except 23 1, 71 | not because the fish is ~devoid of memory, as Basil upholds ( 24 1, 83 | outside the ~soul should be devoid of knowledge; why, for instance, 25 1, 83 | even a person untaught and devoid of acquired knowledge, ~ 26 1, 101 | heavenly bodies, which are devoid of opposing ~elements. Mention, 27 2, 6 | consequently it cannot be in things devoid of reason. But the word ~" 28 2, 6 | reason, just as in things ~devoid of knowledge, violence effects 29 2, 17 | any way, since they are devoid of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 30 2, 41 | being even in natural things devoid of knowledge. On the other 31 2, 41 | sorrow), wherefore things devoid of knowledge ~cannot be 32 2, 46 | Further, dumb animals are devoid of reason: and yet they 33 2, 46 | in dumb animals that are devoid of ~reason, in so far as 34 2, 49 | considered in ~itself, is devoid of movement, and does not 35 2, 58 | evident of ~natural things devoid of knowledge. Therefore 36 2, 58 | inclination of nature in things devoid of reason is ~without choice: 37 2, 90 | individual work, must ~needs be devoid of the nature of a law, 38 2, 2 | intellect have unformed thought devoid of a firm assent, ~whether 39 2, 18 | the case with one who is devoid of charity, or that the ~ 40 2, 28 | consent in things which are devoid of knowledge. Therefore 41 2, 45 | keen outward senses are devoid of ~prudence. Therefore 42 2, 45 | cannot be so great as to be devoid of all solicitude.~Aquin.: 43 2, 62 | Dumb animals and plants are devoid of the life of reason ~whereby 44 2, 67 | animals ~but also in things devoid of sense. Therefore if he 45 2, 81 | Persons; ~and dumb animals are devoid of reason. Therefore prayer 46 2, 94 | that these observances are devoid of reason and art, ~wherefore 47 2, 106 | dumb animals, ~which are devoid of reason, were commanded 48 2, 108 | grievously sinful yet are not ~devoid of sin, when we lie either 49 2, 116 | wherefore this desire is devoid of sin, in so far as it 50 2, 149 | 145]] of marriage, is not devoid of shame: and this because 51 2, 155 | seems on this ~account to be devoid of the humane feeling which 52 2, 167 | the adornment of women is devoid of mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT 53 2, 167 | adornment of women is not devoid of mortal ~sin. For whatever 54 2, 167 | adornment of women cannot be devoid of mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 167 | adornment of women is not ~devoid of mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 167 | falsification, which cannot be devoid of sin. Wherefore Augustine ~ 57 2, 170 | find one that is ~wholly devoid of good. Wherefore it is 58 2, 176 | that, seemingly, it ~is devoid of its proper operation. 59 3, 36 | unwonted event could not be devoid of ~purpose."~Aquin.: SMT 60 3, 80 | possible for those who are ~devoid of reason. Therefore this 61 3, 80 | that, Men are said to be devoid of reason in two ways. First, ~ 62 3, 80 | else, they were not always devoid of reason, and then, if ~ 63 Suppl, 7 | be done ~badly, if it be devoid of other due circumstances.~ 64 Suppl, 14| equalized even in one who is ~devoid of charity. Therefore, etc.~ 65 Suppl, 14| alms given by ~one who is devoid of charity avail nothing, 66 Suppl, 72| souls, which knowledge is devoid of ~obscurity in holy men. 67 Suppl, 88| the ~universe should be devoid of brightness, were to be 68 Suppl, 89| 10: Further, "In things devoid of matter that which understands 69 Suppl, 89| Now God is ~supremely devoid of matter. Since then our


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