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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deprives

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | except so far as this evil deprives a thing of some being. ~ 2 1, 5 | predicated of him. But evil deprives a thing of some sort ~of 3 1, 5 | of being, as blindness deprives us of that being which is 4 1, 23 | he ~pleases (provided he deprives nobody of his due), without 5 1, 64 | the Word. Such a statement deprives angels and saints of true 6 1, 65 | the Word. Such a statement deprives angels and saints of true 7 2, 6 | it is in so far as ~it deprives one of knowledge, which 8 2, 6 | not every ~ignorance that deprives one of this knowledge. Accordingly, 9 2, 35 | is in so far evil as it deprives one of some good), and perception 10 2, 36 | action ~on a heavy body, deprives it of its downward tendency, 11 2, 37 | inquiry:~(1) Whether pain deprives one of the power to learn?~( 12 2, 37 | Para. 1/1~Whether pain deprives one of the power to learn?~ 13 2, 37 | Moreover ~sorrow too sometimes deprives man of the use of reason: 14 2, 42 | it is shunned because it deprives one of the good that one ~ 15 2, 43 | certain good, that whatever deprives a man of that good is an 16 2, 73 | woman to commit fornication deprives her of ~the life of grace 17 2, 77 | into such a ~passion as deprives him of the use of reason, 18 2, 85 | am weak." Now ~weakness deprives the body of mode, species 19 2, 85 | as regards the fault, it deprives us of grace which ~is given 20 2, 91 | very fact that a ~lawgiver deprives a subject of some dignity, 21 2, 30 | Secondly, ~when that which he deprives himself of, though it be 22 2, 37 | excommunication. For excommunication deprives a man chiefly of a share 23 2, 60 | give. Now a judge justly deprives a thief of more than the 24 2, 62 | murder is a sin because it deprives a man of life. Now ~life 25 2, 62 | justice: thirdly, ~because he deprives the community of a greater 26 2, 71 | most grievous, since it deprives man of the life which he 27 2, 72 | OBJ 2: Further, he that deprives. a man of his good name, 28 2, 72 | a man of his good name, deprives him ~not merely of one friend, 29 2, 72 | Lord." But tale-bearing ~deprives one of only one friend. 30 2, 72 | name whereof backbiting deprives him, is ~most necessary 31 2, 92 | blasphemy, inasmuch as it ~deprives God of the singleness of 32 2, 96 | perversity in an oath, that deprives the oath of its end, by 33 2, 116 | a ~mortal sin, for this deprives a man of the light of grace. 34 2, 148 | willingly and knowingly deprives himself of the use of ~reason, 35 2, 156 | most hurtful, because it deprives ~man of his reason, whereby 36 2, 184 | involuntary and ~consequently deprives it of the character of praise 37 2, 184 | a man ~of his own accord deprives himself by vow of the liberty 38 3, 88 | in the Leonine edition.] deprives man of grace, ~and makes 39 Suppl, 3 | turns us away from God and ~deprives us of His grace, yet some 40 Suppl, 15| the ~sinner, for his part, deprives Him of something by sinning 41 Suppl, 19| Consequently, since the Church ~deprives heretics, schismatics and 42 Suppl, 21| Because excommunication deprives a man of ~the protection 43 Suppl, 22| consequently, in so far as it deprives a man of the Church's ~prayers, 44 Suppl, 23| excommunication, which deprives a man merely of a share 45 Suppl, 23| major ~excommunication which deprives a man of the sacraments 46 Suppl, 47| compels a constant man deprives the contract of its perpetuity, 47 Suppl, 58| continency by vow. But impotence ~deprives marriage of nothing save 48 Suppl, 83| punishments, inasmuch as it deprives one of the primary good, ~ 49 Suppl, 83| withdrawn. But in so far as it ~deprives one of a wicked life, and 50 Appen1, 1| more aversion, ~since it deprives its subject of grace, whereas


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