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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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destroys

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | those individuals. But this destroys the certainty of ~predestination; 2 1, 36 | this ~is heretical since it destroys the Faith in the Trinity. 3 1, 80 | also to resist whatever destroys or hinders its action. ~ 4 1, 88 | 84], AA[7],8). But death destroys the senses and imagination, 5 2, 4 | the ~intellect: since it destroys the estimate of prudence ( 6 2, 5 | Essence: and this imperfection destroys the nature of true ~Happiness. 7 2, 6 | or the lust of pleasure, "destroys the judgment of ~prudence." 8 2, 21 | is master: thus if a man destroys what ~belongs to him, he 9 2, 24 | admixture of evil either destroys good ~altogether, or makes 10 2, 29 | that ~which opposes and destroys it; and this is natural 11 2, 32 | wherefore surfeit of such things destroys the proper good, and ~consequently 12 2, 33 | vi, 5), that "pleasure ~destroys the estimate of prudence."~ 13 2, 34 | is evil. For that which ~destroys prudence and hinders the 14 2, 34 | Nom. iv). But pleasure destroys prudence and hinders the 15 2, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Sickness destroys the habit of science as 16 2, 72 | inordinateness is twofold, one that destroys the principle of order, 17 2, 73 | virtue; ~while mortal sin destroys infused virtue, by turning 18 2, 73 | altogether; else evil, if total, destroys itself, as ~stated in Ethic. 19 2, 74 | Just as a disorder which destroys the principle of the ~body' 20 2, 74 | so too a disorder which destroys the ~principle of spiritual 21 2, 85 | this neither diminishes nor destroys the root of the inclination, 22 2, 85 | species and order, and how it destroys or diminishes mode, species ~ 23 2, 87 | because a defect which ~destroys the principle is irreparable, 24 2, 87 | order. Consequently if a sin destroys the ~principle of the order 25 2, 89 | comeliness, because ~it neither destroys nor diminishes the habit 26 2, 89 | inordinateness of the act destroys the ~habit of virtue, but 27 2, 100 | sins of deed, murder which destroys life in one ~already living 28 2, 12 | sin of murder, since it destroys a man's ~life, does more 29 2, 23 | either of these ways, but destroys it ~entirely, both effectively, 30 2, 33 | is so ~called because it destroys the spiritual life which 31 2, 63 | is maimed: since maiming destroys the body's integrity, while 32 2, 71 | person to one man alone, he ~destroys his good name not altogether 33 2, 96 | murderer: for the other destroys himself ~by his perjury, 34 2, 117 | deficiency; either of ~which destroys the mean of virtue. Now 35 2, 143 | comeliness," which, namely, destroys whatever is uncomely.~ 36 2, 150 | of the mind's purpose, it destroys ~virginity, whether copulation 37 2, 160 | even as every special sin destroys the special ~virtue opposed 38 2, 160 | thereto. In another way a sin ~destroys a virtue, by making ill 39 2, 160 | virtue: and thus pride ~destroys every virtue, in so far 40 2, 184 | of sin cut off, for sin destroys ~charity altogether. Wherefore 41 3, 2 | contrary is heretical, since it destroys the truth of ~Christ's humanity.~ 42 3, 41 | itself in stealthily, and destroys ~even good works," as Augustine 43 3, 60 | words; or so great that it ~destroys it. But it is easier for 44 3, 60 | whether the ~change of words destroys the essential sense of the 45 3, 60 | possible to add something that destroys the essential sense ~of 46 3, 60 | words. Because if ~this destroys the sense of the words, 47 3, 64 | But ~a playful intention destroys a sacrament: for instance, 48 3, 66 | be natural, sometimes it destroys the nature of the ~water; 49 3, 66 | invocation of the Trinity, destroys the integrity of ~Baptism.~ 50 3, 87 | advent of venial sin neither destroys nor ~diminishes grace, as 51 Suppl, 1 | Consequently that which destroys sin must needs ~make man 52 Suppl, 3 | immoderate than that which destroys its own ~subject. But the 53 Suppl, 12| other. Now satisfaction destroys ~sin altogether. Therefore 54 Suppl, 14| the contrary ~of which destroys friendship, as the Philosopher 55 Suppl, 41| act of reason, but also destroys the order of reason. The ~ 56 Suppl, 52| either by ignorance (such as ~destroys voluntariness) of the impediment 57 Suppl, 52| when ignorance of them ~destroys voluntariness. Such impediments 58 Suppl, 52| a thing being ~generated destroys it after it has been generated. 59 Suppl, 54| person by procreation, it destroys itself by little and ~little, 60 Suppl, 65| of wives neither wholly destroys nor in any way hinders the 61 Suppl, 65| intercourse of fornication destroys the due relations of the ~ 62 Suppl, 66| irregularity, because it ~destroys the perfect signification 63 Suppl, 70| the sight, in so far as it destroys the harmony ~of the organ 64 Suppl, 72| of the same ~species one destroys the other, namely the greater 65 Suppl, 72| other, namely the greater destroys the lesser, ~by consuming 66 Suppl, 72| Philosopher sufficiently destroys this foundation (De Anima 67 Suppl, 76| from one part of another ~destroys the identity, and how it 68 Suppl, 83| thing be wholly evil it destroys itself," ~as the Philosopher


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