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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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withdraws

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | not that He altogether withdraws His providence ~from them; 2 1, 22 | In this way, the Apostle ~withdraws oxen from the care of God: 3 1, 77 | et Anima that ~"the soul withdraws from the body, taking with 4 1, 76 | et Anima that "the soul withdraws from the body, taking with 5 2, 36 | heavy body, ~of itself, withdraws from a higher place, and 6 2, 36 | lower place more than it withdraws from the higher place, since 7 2, 37 | freely to outward things, ~withdraws to itself, closing itself 8 2, 44 | who is dying that nature withdraws inwardly, on account ~of 9 2, 44 | Reply OBJ 1: When the heat withdraws from the outer to the inner 10 2, 45 | men of daring the heat ~withdraws to the heart; whereas in 11 2, 45 | those who are afraid, it withdraws to ~the inferior parts. ~ 12 2, 48 | Moral. v, 30) that anger "withdraws the ~light of understanding, 13 2, 68 | virtue, but to a gift, which withdraws us from evil, for ~higher 14 2, 69 | gift of fear, whereby man ~withdraws from the lusts and pleasures 15 2, 70 | differ because chastity withdraws man from ~unlawful desires, 16 2, 73 | contrary sin, so that it withdraws man ~not only from that 17 2, 73 | a virtue is, the more it withdraws man also ~from less grievous 18 2, 75 | shame, or anything else that withdraws him from ~sin, he thereby 19 2, 108 | to the ~one, the more he withdraws from the other, and conversely. 20 2, 113 | approaches one point and withdraws from ~another simultaneously.~ 21 2, 8 | the other gifts sometimes withdraws itself profitably, for, 22 2, 8 | of ~understanding never withdraws from holy persons: but, 23 2, 10 | for certain special ~sins, withdraws the faithful from communication 24 2, 12 | absolutely is that ~whereby a man withdraws from the faith, and is called " 25 2, 18 | the evils he fears, man withdraws ~from God, and this is called 26 2, 19 | more dangerous, since hope withdraws us from evils ~and induces 27 2, 23 | punishment, in so far as He withdraws His grace in ~punishment 28 2, 33 | action, but on ~the contrary withdraws one from it. Therefore it 29 2, 52 | sins neglects that ~which withdraws him from sin, and he who 30 2, 75 | cares, and ~consequently withdraws it from spiritual cares; 31 2, 80 | the term from which man withdraws by the ~movement of his 32 2, 103 | love of our neighbor, as it withdraws from the superior ~who is 33 2, 121 | remove any obstacle that withdraws the will from following ~ 34 2, 121 | then fortitude above all withdraws the mind from fear, it seems ~ 35 2, 123 | inducing one ~to sin, it withdraws one from sin: and fear of 36 2, 124 | being without fear that ~withdraws him from good; not that 37 2, 131 | while the fainthearted man withdraws from the ~things he is worthy 38 2, 131 | presumption, since thereby a man withdraws from good things, ~which 39 2, 136 | effeminate man is one who withdraws from good on account of 40 2, 139 | Ethic. ii, 1. Now temperance withdraws ~us from pleasures to which 41 2, 139 | virtues: since ~temperance withdraws man from things which seduce 42 2, 139 | contrary evil from which it withdraws us, ~by moderating the pleasures 43 2, 145 | satisfy nature; and yet he withdraws something from concupiscence 44 2, 147 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Christ withdraws us from some things as being 45 2, 147 | the ~latter way that he withdraws some from the use of wine, 46 2, 149 | virtue, ~because every virtue withdraws the human mind from delighting 47 2, 153 | OBJ 3: Further, no virtue withdraws man from that which is lawful, 48 2, 156 | antecedently; in this way it withdraws reason from its rectitude, 49 2, 183 | persecution ~of a tyrant, a bishop withdraws his bodily presence from 50 2, 184 | that the ~use of venery withdraws the mind from that perfect 51 2, 187 | an occasion of falling, withdraws him from it. But if one ~ 52 3, 4 | as it is in individuals withdraws from its ~universality. 53 Suppl, 70| et Anim. xv): "The soul withdraws from ~the body taking all 54 Suppl, 72| body, since the latter ~withdraws it from its principle, the 55 Suppl, 93| superabundant when a man withdraws himself entirely from those 56 Suppl, 93| constant in preaching, or again withdraws himself more from carnal ~ 57 Suppl, 94| the earth," ~because he withdraws this (Retract. ii, 29) where


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