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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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removing

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | simple ~things except by removing the opposite.~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 18 | and giving them form, ~or removing obstacles from their way. 3 1, 30 | simply in a negative and removing sense, as plurality ~is 4 1, 83 | except for the purpose of removing ~the obstacle which the 5 1, 103 | to preserve anything by removing the cause of its ~corruption, 6 1, 103 | indirectly and accidentally, by removing or hindering ~the action 7 1, 105 | and will, He cleanses by removing defects of intellect and ~ 8 2, 14 | Therefore ~the inquiry about removing obstacles can go on indefinitely.~ 9 2, 14 | necessary to take counsel ~about removing the obstacle.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 15 | hardened by the cold), then by removing heat it does not follow 11 2, 25 | animals, for the purposed of ~removing the obstacles that hinder 12 2, 32 | causes pleasure, but by removing ~the obstacles to our natural 13 2, 32 | he thinks himself to be removing an ~apparent slight, which 14 2, 40 | accidentally ~as it were, by removing the knowledge which would 15 2, 53 | corruption or diminution, by removing the obstacles, thereto, 16 2, 69 | indicated certain beatitudes as ~removing the obstacle of sensual 17 2, 75 | since the result of the removing the cause is the removal 18 2, 76 | the cause of that sin, as removing its impediment.~Aquin.: 19 2, 82 | privation of original justice, removing the subjection of man's 20 2, 85 | another ~if it causes it by removing an obstacle: thus it is 21 2, 87 | the cause of another, by removing an ~impediment thereto. 22 2, 87 | rather of the expediency of removing the ~murderer from the fellowship 23 2, 88 | which moves ~indirectly, by removing an obstacle, as he who displaces 24 2, 88 | disposes to something by removing an obstacle ~thereto. In 25 2, 102 | scarcely be done except by removing ~something impure. But as 26 2, 113 | God as to its end, before removing the impediment of sin.~Aquin.: 27 2, 98 | use money as a means of removing unjust opposition, after 28 2, 106 | not of harming, ~but of removing the harm done. And this 29 2, 106 | disposes to vengeance by removing an obstacle ~thereto, namely, 30 2, 121 | to justice; ~thirdly, by removing the obstacles to the establishment 31 2, 121 | before ~safeguarding it by removing obstacles thereto. Wherefore 32 2, 142 | Shamefacedness fosters honesty, by removing that which is ~contrary 33 2, 151 | latter is a cause of lust, as removing an obstacle thereto, not ~ 34 2, 155 | the knowledge of God, by removing ~an obstacle; and this in 35 2, 155 | meekness does ~this, by removing anger that urges to vengeance, 36 2, 156 | accidentally, ~that is by removing obstacles, to wit by hindering 37 2, 159 | two ways. First by way of removing ~obstacles: and thus humility 38 2, 160 | as it were, ~that is by removing an obstacle, since pride 39 2, 160 | hinders this indirectly by removing its cause. For the proud ~ 40 2, 185 | afflicting the body or of removing idleness: for the flesh 41 2, 186 | contemplative life indirectly, by removing ~the obstacles to contemplation, 42 2, 187 | religious state, while removing the obstacles to perfect 43 3, 49 | one of them sufficed for removing the barrier arising ~from 44 3, 53 | properly speaking, ~by removing evils; but the Resurrection 45 3, 57 | properly speaking, by removing the hindrance which is sin, 46 3, 65 | the ~sacraments: either by removing obstacles. thus holy water 47 3, 65 | thereto indirectly, viz. by removing ~some supervening accidental 48 3, 69 | indirect cause, i.e. as removing the obstacle.~Aquin.: SMT 49 3, 78 | of Faith." Thirdly, for removing ~sins which are the impediments 50 3, 83 | consecration, then, after removing ~the corpses and tearing 51 3, 85 | sins, with the intention of removing them. ~Hence it is evident 52 3, 85 | deed, with the intention of removing ~its result, viz. the anger 53 3, 86 | sin is taken away by grace removing the offense ~against God. 54 3, 86 | is pardoned through grace removing ~the aversion of the mind 55 3, 87 | of going ~forward, or of removing the obstacles to spiritual 56 3, 87 | proceeding ~from grace, removing the inordinate attachment 57 Suppl, 8 | recipient is required ~as removing an obstacle, i.e. insincerity, 58 Suppl, 12| therefore satisfaction aims at removing the causes of sin, as stated 59 Suppl, 12| satisfaction does not consist in removing the causes of sins.~Aquin.: 60 Suppl, 12| Justice aims not only at removing inequality already ~existing, 61 Suppl, 12| sickness ~is assured by removing the causes from which the 62 Suppl, 17| Wherefore the power of ~removing this obstacle is called 63 Suppl, 19| by remitting sin and thus removing the obstacles to the ~entrance 64 Suppl, 51| void marriage except as removing ~voluntariness. Now ignorance 65 Suppl, 72| will be for the purpose of ~removing from bodies the disposition 66 Suppl, 92| body, and so forth, thus removing the obstacles which result


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