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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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allow

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | remains that it does not allow the minds of ~those to whom 2 1, 2 | highest good, He would not allow any evil to exist in His 3 1, 2 | goodness of God, that He should allow ~evil to exist, and out 4 1, 8 | divine power, still did not allow that divine providence extended 5 1, 10 | which is possible to God to allow; even granted this, aeviternity 6 1, 30 | opposition of relation does not allow the ~relation of the Holy 7 1, 75 | prolonged indefinitely, we must allow ~that not every mover is 8 1, 74 | prolonged indefinitely, we must allow ~that not every mover is 9 1, 78 | since Aristotle did not allow that forms of natural things ~ 10 1, 97 | make it clear. So we cannot allow that these members would 11 1, 103 | is lit up anew, we must allow some change to have taken ~ 12 2, 59 | 4/4~Accordingly we must allow that sorrow for things pertaining 13 2, 73 | human weakness does not allow us ~to escape altogether. 14 2, 79 | supremely good, He would ~nowise allow evil to be done, unless 15 2, 96 | be so sudden as not to ~allow of the delay involved by 16 2, 97 | judgment of ~God." But to allow one man to do that which 17 2, 97 | or circumstances, he may allow the precept of the law not 18 2, 97 | which ~never fail, does not allow of dispensations. In other 19 2, 101 | worship of God so much as to allow ~men to fall away into the 20 2, 102 | held it to be wicked to allow the ox to eat of the grain ~ 21 2, 105 | because the Law does not allow ~the creditor to take away 22 2, 105 | unfitting for the Law to allow a man to sell his ~daughter 23 2, 105 | Therefore it was unfitting to allow them to ~marry captive women 24 2, 105 | unfitting for the ~Lord to allow (Dt. 24:1-4) a man to put 25 2, 41 | the truth, it is better to allow the birth of scandal, ~than 26 2, 62 | teaches that ~we should rather allow the wicked to live, and 27 2, 75 | buyer might want him to allow a greater rebate ~than he 28 2, 76 | a price, the lender must allow for the use of that ~thing 29 2, 76 | hand if a man wishes to allow a rebate on the just price 30 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 3: Purposely to allow one's mind to wander in 31 2, 85 | of tithe, so too can she allow him to receive ~tithes that 32 2, 97 | that if any man shall allow the Jews to hold public 33 2, 102 | single good, must needs allow them many others, lest the 34 2, 116 | needful for their expenses, allow the mind ~to give way to 35 2, 163 | seem ~unfitting for God to allow him to be tempted.~Aquin.: 36 2, 163 | fitting that God should both allow ~man in the state of innocence 37 2, 166 | that, "just as we do not ~allow children to enjoy absolute 38 2, 182 | the present life do not allow of a man ~always tending 39 2, 182 | God, so neither does it allow of his tending ~actually 40 2, 184 | the Sovereign Pontiff can allow them to ~be broken," according 41 2, 185 | Monach. xxx): "But who can allow these insolent men," namely 42 2, 185 | If they be ~gospelers, I allow, they have" (a claim to 43 2, 186 | Reply OBJ 3: Bishops do not allow these religious severally 44 3, 8 | there is one body ~we must allow that there is one head. 45 3, 41 | at ourselves, but not to allow ourselves so ~much as to 46 3, 44 | even the swine, except He allow them; thirdly, that they 47 3, 60 | appointed ~meaning, yet we allow them an accommodated meaning 48 3, 62 | of grace, we must needs allow ~that there is in the sacraments 49 3, 67 | the kind, ~so as not to allow of the delay involved by 50 3, 80 | The Sacred ~Canons do not allow of a confession being extorted 51 3, 82 | ministerial office, for we allow them to confer nothing save 52 3, 87 | weakness of this life does not allow of this. Nevertheless he 53 Suppl, 11| Therefore the penitent cannot allow the priest to divulge his 54 Suppl, 35| defect, and that He would not allow this to be so hidden as 55 Suppl, 49| that, No wise man should allow himself to lose a thing 56 Suppl, 54| that which it was useful to allow at ~one time, it was beneficial 57 Suppl, 70| Para. 6/8~Hence we must allow the fire to exercise on 58 Suppl, 71| dead, although we must ~allow that any other goods whatsoever 59 Suppl, 72| east to west will open to allow the ~bodies to rise again; 60 Suppl, 75| was healed. Now ~we must allow that every one needs the 61 Suppl, 89| substances, we must ~nevertheless allow this to be our way of seeing 62 Appen1, 1| Further, right reason does not allow one to be disturbed on account


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