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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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remedies

   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | health by means of a few ~remedies; better disposed is he who 2 1, 77 | health by means ~of many remedies; and better still, he who 3 1, 77 | still, he who can by few remedies; best of ~all is he who 4 1, 77 | perfect health without any remedies. We conclude, ~therefore, 5 1, 76 | health by means of a few ~remedies; better disposed is he who 6 1, 76 | health by means ~of many remedies; and better still, he who 7 1, 76 | still, he who can by few remedies; best of ~all is he who 8 1, 76 | perfect health without any remedies. We conclude, ~therefore, 9 1, 96 | preservation of life, two ~remedies, against two defects. One 10 2, 31 | pleasures are ~sought as remedies for bodily defects or troubles, 11 2, 31 | because ~men need pleasures as remedies for many kinds of sorrow 12 2, 35 | 3) Its effects; ~(4) Its remedies; (5) Its goodness or malice.~ 13 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, remedies are made of things contrary ( 14 2, 35 | pleasures ~have, which are like remedies against certain annoyances; 15 2, 38 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE REMEDIES OF SORROW OR PAIN (FIVE 16 2, 38 | We must now consider the remedies of pain or sorrow: under 17 2, 38 | is ~contrary to it: for "remedies work by contraries" (Ethic. 18 2, 38 | transmutation of the heart. But such remedies as these ~seem to pertain 19 2, 38 | assuages it. Moreover such ~remedies, from the very fact that 20 2, 38 | assuaged by such like bodily remedies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[38] A[ 21 2, 42 | they deprive him of the remedies ~with which he might otherwise 22 2, 42 | we do not speak now of ~remedies of that kind. The other 23 2, 47 | PROVOKES ANGER, AND OF THE REMEDIES OF ANGER (FOUR ARTICLES) [* 24 2, 47 | further mention of these remedies in the text, except in A[ 25 2, 47 | provokes anger, and its remedies. ~Under this head there 26 2, 48 | and bodily pleasures, are remedies against sorrow: and ~therefore 27 2, 51 | existing habit; just as the remedies of ~medicine given to a 28 2, 68 | are said to be given as ~remedies to these defects.~Aquin.: 29 2, 87 | temporal. They are also remedies or ~medicines against future 30 2, 101 | be multiplied: thus many remedies are ~given to a sick man, 31 2, 103 | the Law to be ~employed as remedies for the removal of the aforesaid 32 2, 86 | abstinence, ~or other corporal remedies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 33 2, 172 | of fewer and more ~gentle remedies. Now, in the prophetic knowledge, 34 2, 184 | physician may use various remedies in order to heal. ~But it 35 3, 60 | sacraments, which are spiritual ~remedies ordained to the health of 36 3, 61 | None but the sick need remedies, according to Mt. 9:12: ~" 37 3, 61 | sacraments are ~spiritual remedies for the healing of wounds 38 3, 61 | no sacraments, whether as remedies against ~sin or as means 39 3, 65 | were, that is to say, as remedies ~against supervening defects. 40 3, 69 | diseases demand various remedies: because as ~Jerome says 41 3, 69 | argument is true of special remedies. But Baptism ~operates by 42 Suppl, 2 | diseases there are diverse remedies, since ~"what heals the 43 Suppl, 5 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Spiritual remedies derive infinite efficacy 44 Suppl, 6 | sacraments which are ordained as remedies for sin which is incompatible ~ 45 Suppl, 8 | be provided with suitable remedies for their health; and to 46 Suppl, 8 | business it is to provide remedies conducive to health, such 47 Suppl, 21| punishments are intended as remedies, according to the ~Philosopher ( 48 Suppl, 21| lighter and less risky remedies, therefore excommunication 49 Suppl, 21| good: since punishments are remedies, as stated ~above.~Aquin.: 50 Suppl, 29| nor less than spiritual ~remedies. Now Extreme Unction is 51 Suppl, 36| sacraments are ordained as remedies for ~sin, and the like are 52 Suppl, 49| which were instituted as remedies for sin. Therefore matrimony 53 Suppl, 50| other and more ~efficacious remedies for the disease of concupiscence;


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