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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prevented

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | the same way unless it be prevented. This is because the ~nature 2 1, 22 | for instance, wood may be prevented from burning, ~by the action 3 1, 22 | hindered, for ~if all evil were prevented, much good would be absent 4 1, 98 | produces its like, unless prevented by ~insufficient power or 5 1, 113 | conquered demons are not prevented from ~further assaults.~ 6 2, 6 | and by what acts we are prevented from obtaining ~it. But 7 2, 17 | although reason could have prevented it, had it foreseen. ~Hence 8 2, 19 | some ~particular good, is prevented from willing at the same 9 2, 37 | the pain be acute, man is prevented at the ~time from learning 10 2, 42 | whatever is feared, ~is prevented from being lost, through 11 2, 76 | contrary knowledge would ~have prevented; so that this act, if knowledge 12 2, 76 | ignorance, would not have ~prevented the act, on account of the 13 2, 77 | if the will could have prevented ~it, but did not.~Aquin.: 14 2, 78 | for instance, if a man be prevented from sinning, not through 15 2, 89 | Reply OBJ 2: Venial sin is prevented from being with original 16 2, 105 | misfortune for a man if he is prevented from obtaining something 17 2, 114 | first grace for ~another, is prevented from having its effect on 18 2, 13 | contempt, that which might have prevented ~the choosing of evil, is 19 2, 13 | things ~whereby a man can be prevented from sinning through choice. 20 2, 14 | and yet, at times, it is prevented from exercising its proper 21 2, 30 | Therefore a person is not ~prevented from giving alms, by being 22 2, 31 | this evil result ~would be prevented by admonishing him secretly. 23 2, 38 | temporal and spiritual ~prevented), than the bodily safety 24 2, 60 | benefice and ~might have been prevented in many ways from obtaining 25 2, 63 | no man should be forcibly prevented except from doing an ~evil 26 2, 70 | good of many who would be ~prevented from progressing in virtue 27 2, 76 | he has not yet and may be prevented in many ways ~from having.~ 28 2, 77 | bound to say Mass, and is prevented from ~doing so. Therefore 29 2, 106 | by motive of ~virtue are prevented from committing sin, through 30 2, 108 | obstacles had arisen which prevented ~him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 31 2, 115 | that a man should not be prevented ~from making any due use 32 2, 121 | use of it; and many evils prevented by it, such ~as murders 33 2, 144 | Yet ~abstinence is not prevented from being a special virtue 34 2, 152 | nocturnal pollution is not prevented by sleep from being a sin, 35 2, 155 | punishment, and this might be prevented by excessive anger.~Aquin.: 36 2, 164 | bestows." Now ~curiosity is prevented by moderate studiousness. 37 2, 170 | science, since many are prevented by natural indisposition ~ 38 3, 7 | yet He was not thereby prevented from having ~temperance, 39 3, 15 | soul of Christ could have prevented these passions from ~coming 40 3, 15 | sensible pain should thereby be prevented.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 41 3, 26 | union with the body was prevented by the infusion of grace 42 3, 29 | but was a virgin; yet was prevented by ~God from knowing the 43 3, 47 | death. For He could have ~prevented His Passion and death. Firstly, 44 3, 49 | account of sin that men were prevented ~from entering into the 45 3, 75 | Moreover the apostles were prevented from receiving the Holy 46 3, 80 | Christ: because no one is prevented from receiving the body ~ 47 3, 80 | that he ought not to be prevented from receiving this sacrament.~ 48 3, 80 | saving sacrament, as they ~prevented approaching those figurative 49 3, 80 | Consequently, one is ~not prevented by the above things from 50 3, 80 | prohibition; and thus a man is prevented from ~taking this sacrament 51 3, 83 | the ~ablution-wine he be prevented from celebrating again"; 52 3, 83 | unless he be absolutely prevented ~from continuing. If anyone 53 Suppl, 8 | secondly, through being ~prevented from exercising his order, 54 Suppl, 15| against God, and this is prevented by "prayer," or against 55 Suppl, 43| the betrothal, would have prevented that contract, so, if ~it 56 Suppl, 55| 4: Further, a man is not prevented from accusing by the fact 57 Suppl, 68| very reason that ~it is not prevented by the Church. Therefore 58 Suppl, 76| the ~identity of humanity prevented if we take union for the


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