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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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escape

   Part, Question
1 1, 16 | knowledge of which nothing can escape, ~in this is immutable truth. 2 1, 19 | effect cannot possibly escape the order of the universal 3 1, 19 | effect could in no way ~escape its order. And thus it is 4 1, 22 | particular ~causes. A thing can escape the order of a particular 5 1, 22 | individual ~irrational creatures escape the care of divine providence; 6 1, 23 | Secondary causes cannot escape the order of the first ~ 7 1, 57 | This opinion does not ~escape the aforesaid implications; 8 1, 58 | This opinion does not ~escape the aforesaid implications; 9 1, 83 | certain ~evaporations and the escape of certain exhalations, 10 1, 102 | impossible for anything to escape from the Divine government.~ 11 1, 102 | the order of which they escape. But as to the order of 12 2, 23 | something arduous, whereby to escape being subject to evil; ~ 13 2, 35 | the mind, so ~as to make escape seem impossible: hence it 14 2, 38 | whereas if it be allowed ~to escape, the soul's intention is 15 2, 42 | death from which there is no escape; "but in order that a ~man 16 2, 42 | there must be some hope of escape for him."~Aquin.: SMT FS 17 2, 42 | and yet with some hope of escape, then it will be feared.~ 18 2, 42 | remedied leaves no hope of escape. Therefore such things are 19 2, 67 | never without some hope of escape: and the lost have no ~such 20 2, 72 | than the truth, in order to escape from paying ~his debts. 21 2, 73 | weakness does not allow us ~to escape altogether. But there are 22 2, 93 | providence nothing can escape, as stated in the FP, Q[ 23 2, 105 | some word or sign would escape about the matter. Or again, 24 2, 12 | which they think they can escape: whereas, in hell, ~the 25 2, 12 | the damned have no hope of escape, so that, in despair, they 26 2, 17 | they ~cannot by any means escape from damnation and obtain 27 2, 24 | He did, however, wish to escape from the taint of ~concupiscence, 28 2, 58 | those who judge not will escape, according to Mt. 7:1, " 29 2, 62 | happier life, nor that he may escape ~any unhappiness whatsoever 30 2, 62 | upon oneself in order to ~escape the other afflictions of 31 2, 62 | without due care, he does not escape being guilty of murder, 32 2, 66 | verbal ~utterances are apt to escape one's memory, the judge 33 2, 67 | Whether it is lawful to escape condemnation by appealing?~( 34 2, 67 | truth in court, in order to escape death, he does not sin mortally.~ 35 2, 67 | him, and he may lawfully ~escape by appealing or otherwise: 36 2, 67 | with ~calumnies, but to escape prudently. But it is unlawful 37 2, 67 | commit a ~sin in order to escape from the death of the body, 38 2, 67 | lawful for the accused to escape judgment by appealing?~Aquin.: 39 2, 67 | unlawful for the accused to escape judgment by ~appealing. 40 2, 67 | this is a prudent means of escape. Hence it is laid down ( 41 2, 67 | is lawful seemingly ~to escape death by flight, according 42 2, 79 | tie, ~that term does not escape ambiguity when it is a question 43 2, 93 | Now two kinds of effects escape the causality of heavenly 44 2, 93 | faculty of will ~and reason, escape the causality of heavenly 45 2, 95 | when it has to strive to escape from that which it needs 46 2, 95 | what one can in order to escape from danger, and relying ~ 47 2, 95 | horse to gallop in ~order to escape from the enemy, this is 48 2, 98 | spiritual thing, he would not escape being guilty of the vice 49 2, 98 | from him, and he would not escape the guilt of ~simony.~Aquin.: 50 2, 106 | voluntariness. But a man ~does not escape the debt of punishment through 51 2, 121 | one has often experienced escape from ~danger; and sometimes 52 2, 121 | himself ~to danger in order to escape from sorrow. In like manner 53 2, 122 | holy women, in order to escape from those who ~threatened 54 2, 123 | danger of death in order to escape from ~slavery or hardships 55 2, 123 | that "to die in order to ~escape poverty, lust, or something 56 3, 36 | others with the means of escape, and themselves perished 57 3, 39 | hawk, it may plunge ~in and escape. This refers to the gift 58 3, 39 | Holy Scripture, in order to escape the ~assaults of the devil. 59 3, 49 | respect no one was able to escape the ~devil's hands, i.e. 60 3, 83 | I do not deem that those escape condemnation who ~presume 61 Suppl, 11| hindered if a man, in order ~to escape a sentence of excommunication, 62 Suppl, 33| death. And ~if the sick man escape that danger while the disease 63 Suppl, 36| promotes ~the unworthy does not escape sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] 64 Suppl, 93| themselves in order to escape the fury of tyrants, as 65 Suppl, 95| this world. Now in order to escape the unhappiness of this


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