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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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issue

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | applies to the question at issue. For this name "God," as ~ 2 1, 30 | filiation are derived, would ~issue from the procession of love, 3 1, 42 | The first mode is like the issue of a line from a point; ~ 4 1, 57 | surer verdict on the future issue thereof. But ~events which 5 1, 66 | it concern the point at issue to inquire whether this ~ 6 1, 42 | The first mode is like the issue of a line from a point; ~ 7 1, 58 | surer verdict on the future issue thereof. But ~events which 8 1, 67 | it concern the point at issue to inquire whether this ~ 9 1, 89 | end of all. Therefore the issue of things from their ~beginning 10 1, 96 | deterioration by seminal issue; so neither did he through 11 1, 114 | hedged in by quantity, can issue ~forth by acting on something 12 1, 114 | takes ~place through the issue of atoms from the corporeal 13 1, 114 | Democritus explained action by an issue of ~atoms.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 2, 6 | commanded by the will, which issue from the will ~through the 15 2, 73 | Because the harm done is an issue consequent to the ~sinful 16 2, 73 | the ~sinful act. But the issue of an act does not add to 17 2, 77 | venial. Secondly, through its issue; thus every sin, through ~ 18 2, 85 | apply to the question ~at issue, since a subsequent sin 19 2, 105 | except in default of male issue: failing which it ~was necessary 20 2, 105 | if any man died without issue, his ~brother should marry 21 2, 105 | the latter died without issue, as prescribed in ~Dt. 25: 22 2, 31 | hand, ~a prelate were to issue a command in express opposition 23 2, 69 | whatever might hinder its happy issue, but it is unlawful for 24 2, 92 | woman suffering from an issue of blood, says: "Every sin ~ 25 2, 93 | divining spirit, concerning the issue of the coming war ~(1 Kgs. 26 2, 102 | viii). "If a commissioner issue an order, are ~you to comply, 27 2, 103 | command. But superiors often issue so many commands ~that it 28 2, 161 | so is shown by the just issue of the Divine sentence."~ 29 2, 169 | revelation, announcing the issue of things with ~unchangeable 30 2, 169 | revelation, announcing the issue of things with ~invariable 31 2, 172 | Samuel foretold to ~Saul the issue of the war as revealed to 32 3, 27 | understand the question at issue, it must be observed that 33 3, 31 | brother Heli ~dying without issue, married the latter's widow, 34 3, 80 | periods, or ~suffering from issue of blood, as Gregory writes 35 3, 80 | standing, such as leprosy or issue of blood, or anything else 36 3, 83 | faith insures the happy issue of the ~mystery. Yet let 37 Suppl, 47| Therefore as to the question at issue compulsion and ~fear are 38 Suppl, 49| marriage act in the question at issue.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 39 Suppl, 55| the latter died without issue, in order to raise up seed 40 Suppl, 55| matrimonial separation is at issue. Therefore ~accusation has 41 Suppl, 64| the Law a man who had an issue of seed was unclean, ~even 42 Suppl, 64| woman. Yet a man who has an issue of seed may ask ~for the 43 Suppl, 64| first. Now, the ~menstrual issue may be natural or unnatural. 44 Suppl, 64| or unnatural. The natural issue is that to ~which women 45 Suppl, 64| when they suffer from an issue of blood through some ~disorder 46 Suppl, 64| conceive, and because an issue of this kind is lasting 47 Suppl, 64| is subject to a natural issue of the menstruum, she can ~ 48 Suppl, 64| conceive; moreover, the said issue lasts only a short time, 49 Suppl, 64| during the period of that issue.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 50 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The issue of seed in a man is the 51 Suppl, 71| And thus the question at issue is answered.~Aquin.: SMT 52 Suppl, 72| said to the question at issue it may be taken either way. ~ 53 Suppl, 77| so far as the question at issue is concerned. It must ~accordingly 54 Suppl, 80| is the chief question at ~issue.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[83] A[ 55 Suppl, 82| be said in the point at issue, because then ~nothing would 56 Suppl, 83| so it is in the case at issue, because the ~species which 57 Suppl, 89| as regards the ~point at issue, for in this other philosophers 58 Suppl, 94| And this is the point at ~issue for the present. We have


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