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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ensue

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | signify the things from which ensue certain ~habitudes, as the 2 2, 20 | sentencing, and if death does not ensue, he does not ~contract irregularity: 3 2, 20 | he would if death were to ensue. Therefore the ~consequence 4 2, 28 | passion of love, other effects ensue, ~proportionate to the above, 5 2, 30 | infinite, no delight would ever ensue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 6 2, 38 | effect does not seem to ensue from contrary ~causes. But 7 2, 39 | present, sorrow or pain should ensue. Wherefore ~Augustine says ( 8 2, 40 | passions, according as they ensue from the passions of the 9 2, 43 | the contrary, Contraries ensue from contrary causes. But " 10 2, 45 | seem that daring does not ensue from hope. Because ~daring 11 2, 45 | Therefore daring ~does not ensue from hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 12 2, 45 | hope. But fear does not ensue from despair: in fact, despair ~ 13 2, 45 | movement of ~daring does not ensue, but fails. But if the movement 14 2, 45 | movement of daring does ~ensue, the greater the danger, 15 2, 45 | victory, anger does not ~ensue. It is true, however, that 16 2, 45 | however, that if anger does ensue, there will be ~greater 17 2, 46 | very much, anger does not ensue, but only sorrow, as ~Avicenna 18 2, 46 | reason that anger is prone to ensue from ~the natural tendency 19 2, 46 | any other passion, is ~to ensue from a natural tendency 20 2, 48 | movement of the heart. Thence ensue taciturnity and immobility ~ 21 2, 73 | consider ~the harm that might ensue, a man is deemed punishable 22 2, 79 | be done, ~that good may ensue. Now blindness is an evil. 23 2, 79 | not be done, that good may ensue; but ~evil of punishment 24 2, 105 | this lest confusion should ensue in ~the property of various 25 2, 107 | whereas many kinds of trouble ensue to those who observe the 26 2, 108 | certain external ~works should ensue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 27 2, 108 | those external acts which ensue from the ~promptings of 28 2, 108 | inordinate acts, which ~ensue from inward movements.~Aquin.: 29 2, 112 | form does not necessarily ensue ~the disposition of the 30 2, 10 | forfeited, or greater evils ensue. Accordingly in human government 31 2, 10 | disturbance that might ~ensue, or some hindrance to the 32 2, 10 | of heaven. Now if danger ensue through not ~preaching, 33 2, 35 | of the good which would ensue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 34 2, 41 | avoid any scandal that might ensue. But the act itself ~of 35 2, 47 | is the same in idea, to ensue good and to avoid the ~opposite 36 2, 62 | indeed . . . if her death ensue thereupon, ~he shall render 37 2, 67 | given to man that he might ensue those things to ~which his 38 2, 93 | effects, as also those which ensue from natural causes ~by 39 2, 116 | evil ~must of necessity ensue through excess or deficiency 40 3, 68 | if perfect ~birth should ensue. And seemingly the same 41 3, 83 | corruption of the sacrament would ensue in part, as was said ~above ( 42 Suppl, 12| from which the sickness may ensue, for ~if they be taken away 43 Suppl, 12| does not, of necessity, ensue ~therefrom, but they are 44 Suppl, 29| AA[1]~,2), though it does ensue at times, for which reason 45 Suppl, 30| healing does not always ensue from this sacrament, ~but 46 Suppl, 32| health may not actually ensue. ~Consequently spiritual 47 Suppl, 62| reconciliation may be effected or ensue without any withdrawal of 48 Suppl, 65| certain cases no evil results ensue if a person ~surrenders 49 Suppl, 93| unto death, whether death ensue or not, a man becomes a


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