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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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preserve

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | preserved; for He ~does not preserve them otherwise than by ever 2 1, 18 | that needs generation to preserve the species, and nourishment 3 1, 18 | species, and nourishment to ~preserve the individual. For this 4 1, 19 | we will to take food to preserve life, or to take ship in 5 1, 20 | which we will that it should preserve the good ~it has, and receive 6 1, 48 | defect of not being able to preserve their own existence, which ~ 7 1, 60 | everything is inclined to preserve not merely its individuality, 8 1, 70 | which prevent weariness, ~preserve health, and provide for 9 1, 49 | defect of not being able to preserve their own existence, which ~ 10 1, 61 | everything is inclined to preserve not merely its individuality, 11 1, 71 | which prevent weariness, ~preserve health, and provide for 12 1, 77 | it must also retain and preserve them. Now to receive and ~ 13 1, 78 | nature of the memory to preserve the ~species of those things 14 1, 96 | whereby it was ~enabled to preserve the body from all corruption 15 1, 96 | of life. But Adam ~could preserve his life otherwise; for 16 1, 103 | thus a person is said to preserve anything by removing the 17 1, 103 | as a man may be said to preserve a child, whom he guards 18 1, 103 | Secondly, ~a thing is said to preserve another 'per se' and directly, 19 1, 103 | in a certain order and to preserve it. ~Therefore the "being" 20 1, 103 | be given to a creature to preserve itself; much less therefore 21 1, 103 | be given to a creature to preserve another. Therefore God preserves ~ 22 1, 103 | on His will; nor does He preserve things in existence otherwise ~ 23 1, 103 | His goodness, He might not preserve things in existence.~Aquin.: 24 2, 10 | providence, not to destroy but to preserve the nature of things." ~ 25 2, 46 | those things which tend to preserve ~in him the life both of 26 2, 51 | to Divine providence to ~preserve nature," as Dionysius says ( 27 2, 59 | body, whatever ~conduces to preserve the life of the body, is 28 2, 90 | adapted to produce and preserve happiness and its parts 29 2, 98 | Men and beasts Thou wilt preserve, O Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FS 30 2, 102 | The second reason was to preserve them from lust: because 31 2, 105 | be ~kept, that He would preserve them safe, for them that 32 2, 105 | Furthermore, in order to preserve the distinction of property, 33 2, 30 | alms of a man . . . ~shall preserve the grace of a man as the 34 2, 31 | indispensable, in order to preserve the life of the whole body, 35 2, 56 | its own profit in order to preserve the common equity."~Aquin.: 36 2, 62 | kill a man so long as he preserve his ~dignity, yet it may 37 2, 63 | themselves that they might ~preserve chastity. Therefore it is 38 2, 77 | cause ~to establish and to preserve that which it has established. 39 2, 120 | eat and do such things as preserve the ~health of the body. 40 2, 127 | it is most difficult to preserve firmness. ~Wherefore the 41 2, 134 | Longsuffering. It is ~necessary to preserve the Latin word, on account 42 2, 139 | belongs to temperance to ~preserve one's integrity and freedom 43 2, 139 | operations are those which ~preserve the nature of the individual 44 2, 180 | Men and beasts Thou wilt preserve, O Lord," that which ~is 45 3, 14 | to which it pertained ~to preserve its own body. Therefore 46 3, 16 | true man; yet they do not ~preserve the truth of the predication. 47 3, 44 | providence not to destroy, but to preserve, nature." ~Now, the heavenly 48 3, 51 | in ~order the longer to preserve them from corruption [*Cf. 49 3, 60 | help the person baptized to preserve the baptismal ~grace, then 50 3, 69 | remedy whereby ~they may preserve or recover health. For they 51 3, 77 | by His unlimited power ~preserve an accident in existence 52 3, 79 | this sacrament ~were to preserve them from future sins. Consequently, 53 3, 79 | effect ~of this sacrament to preserve from future sins.~Aquin.: 54 3, 79 | charity does not seem to preserve from future sins, ~because 55 3, 79 | this sacrament ~does not preserve man from sin.~Aquin.: SMT 56 3, 89 | Jerome says: "Whoever fail to preserve the dignity of ~the sacred 57 3, 89 | hope of pardon, ~but to preserve the rigor of discipline; 58 Suppl, 52| through being unable to preserve being in one ~thing, preserves 59 Suppl, 78| are directed to cause or preserve the primary ~perfection 60 Suppl, 80| since the first cause can ~preserve a thing in being, though 61 Suppl, 88| everlasting agent ~which will preserve it for ever.~Aquin.: SMT 62 Suppl, 95| Hence the ~damned will not preserve their friendship for those


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