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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 76 | incorruptibility, yet it cannot ~deprive intellectuality of its incorruptibility.~ 2 1, 75 | incorruptibility, yet it cannot ~deprive intellectuality of its incorruptibility.~ 3 1, 82 | voluntary causes He does not deprive ~their actions of being 4 2, 32 | potters, but ~because they deprive him of his own excellence 5 2, 35 | torpor especially is said to deprive one of ~speech is because 6 2, 37 | seem that pain does not deprive one of the power to ~learn. 7 2, 37 | be not so strong as ~to deprive one of the hope of avoiding 8 2, 37 | observe that many ailments deprive one of the ~use of reason, 9 2, 42 | fears, in so far as they deprive him of the remedies ~with 10 2, 59 | the ~function of virtue to deprive the powers subordinate to 11 2, 89 | beauty of our souls so as to deprive us ~of the embraces of our 12 2, 89 | commit a sin that would not deprive him ~of that state of integrity. 13 2, 3 | omitting to do so, we would deprive God of due honor, or ~our 14 2, 4 | unfitting that grace should deprive man of a gift of God by 15 2, 30 | it would be inordinate to deprive oneself of one's own, in ~ 16 2, 31 | good ~of nature so as to deprive the sinner's reason of all 17 2, 41 | though venial sin does not deprive a man of ~grace which is 18 2, 60 | the owner's will, is to deprive him of the use of what ~ 19 2, 63 | But it is unlawful ~to deprive a man of his soul by killing 20 2, 81 | unintentionally does not deprive prayer of its fruit. ~Hence 21 2, 86 | expedient to anyone to deprive himself of the good that 22 2, 96 | ad 3), coercion does not ~deprive a promissory oath of its 23 2, 149 | violence of another's lust can deprive her body of its ~holiness, 24 2, 154 | passion be so ~vehement as to deprive one of the judgment of reason, 25 2, 180 | delights of truth, lest we deprive ourselves of its sweetness, 26 2, 183 | bishop or cleric wish to deprive himself of that which is 27 2, 185 | motives. First, in order to deprive the false apostles of the ~ 28 3, 40 | ordained to Him. Thirdly, to deprive the Jews of an excuse ~for 29 3, 42 | 3/4~Thirdly, in order to deprive the Jews of ground for quibbling. 30 3, 45 | This did not, ~however, deprive Christ of His power of outpouring 31 3, 55 | not see, does not entirely deprive him of faith ~nor of the 32 3, 60 | mispronounce the words as to deprive them of sense, the sacrament 33 3, 75 | our pilgrimage He does not deprive us of His ~bodily presence; 34 3, 82 | his ~ordination does not deprive him of his orders; but hinders 35 3, 88 | on their account, God ~deprive man of grace, and judge 36 3, 89 | the intention was not to deprive him of the hope of pardon, ~ 37 Suppl, 3 | from God, since they ~all deprive us of grace whereby the 38 Suppl, 11| wherefore he is ~bound to deprive him of the dignity of his 39 Suppl, 15| work, as such, does not ~deprive the agent of anything, but 40 Suppl, 15| goods. By alms-deeds we deprive ourselves of some goods 41 Suppl, 15| soul, there ~is no need to deprive ourselves of any of them, 42 Suppl, 21| excommunication does not deprive a man of the general suffrages ~ 43 Suppl, 21| excommunication does not deprive a man of these. Therefore 44 Suppl, 21| unjust excommunication cannot deprive a man of charity, since 45 Suppl, 21| excommunication is said to deprive a man ~of God's grace, as 46 Suppl, 30| to those defects ~which deprive man of spiritual life, namely. 47 Suppl, 30| man spiritually, so as to deprive ~him of perfect vigor for 48 Suppl, 49| the marriage goods do not deprive ~that deed of its shame. 49 Suppl, 57| can his father legally deprive him of a fourth part of 50 Suppl, 62| the ~husband, it does not deprive him of the right of asking 51 Suppl, 62| is secret, this does not deprive ~his adulterous wife of 52 Suppl, 80| accidents. Now subtlety does not deprive the glorified ~body of its 53 Suppl, 81| or ~position, except one deprive it of its corporeity, by 54 Suppl, 82| glorified body will not deprive it of transparency, as neither 55 Suppl, 82| the ~density of a crystal deprive crystal.~Aquin.: SMT XP 56 Suppl, 93| mortal sin, which would deprive him of both aurea and aureole. 57 Suppl, 96| eternal life, although sin may deprive us of ~that fruit, even


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