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certitude 69
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cess-pool 1
cessation 55
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cessation

   Part, Question
1 1, 73 | in one sense meaning a ~cessation from work, in the other, 2 1, 74 | from its being devoted to ~cessation from work.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 76 | removal of which involves the cessation of their union. But when ~ 4 1, 76 | soul and body ceases at the cessation of ~breath, not because 5 1, 72 | in one sense meaning a ~cessation from work, in the other, 6 1, 73 | from its being devoted to ~cessation from work.~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 75 | removal of which involves the cessation of their union. But when ~ 8 1, 75 | soul and body ceases at the cessation of ~breath, not because 9 1, 103 | water retains heat after the cessation of the ~fire's action; while, 10 1, 103 | preserved in being ~after the cessation of the Divine influence: 11 1, 103 | on God's part; but a mere cessation of His action.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 3 | other ~occupation, or by cessation. Therefore happiness is 13 2, 3 | since he ordains the very cessation, by ~sleeping or occupying 14 2, 23 | anger, and nothing else than cessation from its movement is contrary ~ 15 2, 32 | leisure and rest consist in cessation from work: and ~they are 16 2, 39 | action: but sorrow ~for the cessation of an action, makes one 17 2, 53 | diminished through mere cessation from ~act?~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 53 | diminished through ~mere cessation from act. For habits are 19 2, 53 | corrupted nor diminished by ~cessation from act: for whiteness 20 2, 53 | diminished or corrupted through cessation from act.~Aquin.: SMT FS 21 2, 53 | moving cause. Since therefore cessation from act does ~not imply 22 2, 53 | diminished or corrupted through cessation from act.~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 53 | diminished or destroyed through cessation from act.~Aquin.: SMT FS 24 2, 53 | a habit results through ~cessation from act, in so far, to 25 2, 53 | destroyed altogether ~by long cessation from act, as is clearly 26 2, 53 | destroyed or lessened through cessation from act. The same applies 27 2, 53 | even wholly destroyed by cessation from act.~Aquin.: SMT FS 28 2, 53 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Cessation from act is a moving cause, 29 2, 11 | the ~question about the cessation of the legal observances: 30 2, 23 | an ~act, or by the mere cessation from act. It is true that 31 2, 23 | cease altogether through cessation ~from act, as stated above ( 32 2, 23 | altogether, unless the ~cessation involves a sin.~Aquin.: 33 2, 23 | venial sins, ~or even the cessation from the practice of works 34 2, 82 | words our Lord foretold the cessation of ~adoration, both according 35 2, 120 | signification, as ~representing cessation from all sinful acts, and 36 2, 120 | worship. The other thing is ~cessation from work, and is signified 37 2, 153 | signification. In one way it denotes cessation from all venereal ~pleasures; 38 2, 157 | another's ~unhappiness by the cessation of punishment. And since 39 2, 163 | as on the other hand the cessation of an assault is ~akin to 40 2, 183 | correction of ~his subjects, cessation of the scandal, healing 41 2, 187 | as he can, through the ~cessation of a lawful impediment; 42 3, 86 | of ~the guilt, but to the cessation from act, because sometimes 43 Suppl, 72| now they are moved without cessation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 44 Suppl, 79| contraries, except through the cessation or at least the diminution 45 Suppl, 83| it follows that at the cessation of the heavenly ~movement 46 Suppl, 83| the resurrection, ~and the cessation of the heavenly movement, 47 Suppl, 83| philosophers were ignorant of a cessation in the heavenly ~movement; 48 Suppl, 83| damned, but on account of the cessation of the active principle 49 Suppl, 83| a certain respect, to a cessation of ~punishments; and consequently 50 Suppl, 83| the resurrection and the cessation of the heavenly ~movement 51 Suppl, 88| will not ~alter through the cessation of that movement.~Aquin.: 52 Suppl, 88| cause. Wherefore if at the cessation of movement in the first ~ 53 Suppl, 91| out of charity to wish the cessation of a person's unhappiness. 54 Suppl, 94| and on account ~of the cessation of the heavenly movement, 55 Appen1, 1| will cease, through the ~cessation of the first movable which


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