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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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disturbed

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1 1, 110 | spirits and humors are ~disturbed; as for example, a sick 2 1, 114 | organs; thus an eye when disturbed cannot see well. ~Wherefore 3 1, 114 | or memorative powers be disturbed, the action of the intellect 4 1, 114 | intellect is, of ~necessity, disturbed also. The will, on the contrary, 5 2, 44 | but his thoughts are so disturbed, that ~he can find no counsel. 6 2, 48 | account of the heart being so ~disturbed by anger, those chiefly 7 2, 48 | hindered when the ~body is disturbed, it follows of necessity 8 2, 48 | Sometimes when the mind ~is disturbed, anger, as if in judgment, 9 2, 48 | abundance of the heart" ~thus disturbed, the mouth proceeds to speak.~ 10 2, 66 | endures trouble without being disturbed, but ~also fights against 11 2, 70 | beloved ~good, if one is disturbed in the enjoyment thereof; 12 2, 70 | namely, ~that we be not disturbed by external things, and 13 2, 70 | things. First, by not being disturbed whenever evil threatens: 14 2, 70 | secondly, by not being ~disturbed, whenever good things are 15 2, 70 | 3: The fact of not being disturbed by painful things is ~something 16 2, 72 | of vengeance, is at first disturbed in thought, then ~he breaks 17 2, 73 | that the ~latter is not disturbed internally is due to his 18 2, 87 | each of these orders is disturbed by ~sin, for the sinner 19 2, 109 | Lit. xxvii), "do not be ~disturbed at his saying that they 20 2, 28 | is not ~observed, but is disturbed by some fear-inspiring cause. 21 2, 28 | to ~remain restless and disturbed. Hence true peace is only 22 2, 31 | the justice of which is disturbed by that man's sin.~Aquin.: 23 2, 31 | in so far as he is not disturbed against him, and retains 24 2, 31 | the ~person corrected be disturbed, both because if he is unwilling 25 2, 40 | indeed the tyrant's rule be disturbed so inordinately, that his 26 2, 41 | instance, when a person is disturbed by a ~movement of venial 27 2, 106 | restrained and others be not disturbed, that justice may be upheld, 28 2, 134 | mind," i.e. without being disturbed by sorrow, "lest he abandon ~ 29 2, 152 | sleeper's phantasms are disturbed so as to induce the ~aforesaid 30 2, 154 | as long as the humor is disturbed: whereas the ignorance of ~ 31 2, 155 | which many do through being disturbed by anger. Wherefore ~Augustine 32 2, 180 | restrains souls that ~are disturbed in contemplation." Consequently 33 3, 15 | hence, when the body is ~disturbed by any bodily passion, the 34 3, 15 | the soul, too, must be disturbed, i.e. ~in the being which 35 3, 15 | emotions are not ~signs of a disturbed mind, but of a master teaching."~ 36 3, 15 | was neither blinded nor disturbed. ~Therefore in Christ there 37 3, 30 | says on Lk. 1:11: "We are disturbed, and lose ~our presence 38 3, 30 | him." But by being thus disturbed man is not harmed to ~such 39 3, 30 | Mary, as soon as they were disturbed, he said: "Fear not." For ~ 40 3, 44 | order of the seasons was not disturbed by the miracle ~worked by 41 3, 44 | course of the seasons was not disturbed, because the Divine power 42 3, 55 | bring them comfort in ~their disturbed state, according to Jn. 43 3, 69 | Boniface (Ep. xcviii): "Be not disturbed because some bring children 44 3, 80 | for, if the mind be much disturbed, one becomes unfit for receiving 45 3, 83 | say, he ought not to be disturbed mentally on that ~account; 46 3, 89 | lost when your soul was disturbed." But this fruit is ~the 47 Suppl, 28| except for a ~crime which has disturbed the whole of the city.~Aquin.: 48 Suppl, 86| troubled when even the just are disturbed about their life." Therefore ~ 49 Suppl, 93| of the ~spirit not being disturbed by the pleasures of the 50 Appen1, 1| does not allow one to be disturbed on account of ~what one 51 Appen1, 1| that "a wise man is not disturbed." Now in these children 52 Appen1, 1| Therefore they will not be ~disturbed for that they undergo this


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