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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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liable

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | alone is He who is not ~liable to sin, nor can be liable: 2 1, 19 | liable to sin, nor can be liable: all others, as having free-will, 3 1, 63 | plays ~us false; for one is liable to think that, because a 4 1, 68 | matter, for if so it would be liable to ~generation and corruption. 5 1, 64 | plays ~us false; for one is liable to think that, because a 6 1, 69 | matter, for if so it would be liable to ~generation and corruption. 7 2, 35 | Bodily changes are more liable to be caused by outward ~ 8 2, 46 | disposition to anger is more ~liable to be transmitted from parent 9 2, 49 | imperfectly, so as to be liable to ~lose it easily, we say 10 2, 81 | children would ~have been born liable to suffering and death, 11 2, 81 | they would not have been liable to suffer and ~subject to 12 2, 83 | from guilt, but is still liable to punishment, by reason ~ 13 2, 89 | so ~made that he was not liable to feel concupiscence." 14 2, 99 | errors ~to which reason is liable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 15 2, 102 | just as cedar-wood is not liable to putrefaction, and ~scarlet 16 2, 41 | Further, even perfect men are liable to venial sins, according 17 2, 47 | the mind, ~the less it is liable to slip out of it. Wherefore 18 2, 93 | for divinations shall be liable to a ~penance of five years' 19 2, 140 | ourselves pleasures we ~are less liable to sin." Therefore there 20 2, 142 | 6) that "men are most ~liable to be made ashamed by those 21 2, 142 | In this ~way we are more liable to be made ashamed by persons 22 2, 142 | use to them, and are more liable to ~be made ashamed by those 23 2, 147 | reason of its volatility is liable to disturb ~the brain, such 24 2, 152 | mentioned there were equally liable to cause dispute between 25 2, 152 | to marriage, he shall be liable to capital punishment."~ 26 2, 154 | disposed to concupiscence is liable to be concupiscent: wherefore ~ 27 2, 159 | greater a man is the more liable is he to be ~entrapped." 28 2, 160 | kind of sin is ~naturally liable to arise from pride.~Aquin.: 29 2, 162 | cutting. But that it be liable to rust is a necessary ~ 30 2, 163 | man, and consequently more liable to be deceived, and because, ~ 31 2, 186 | done without discretion, is liable to make us ~fail altogether," 32 3, 27 | offspring conceived ~is not liable to sin. And thus, in whatever 33 3, 52 | descend into ~hell, not as liable to punishment Himself, but 34 3, 65 | spiritually; but since man is liable at times to both ~corporal 35 3, 67 | utter the words, would be liable to be ~punished as a rebaptizer. 36 3, 68 | unbelievers; for they would be liable to lapse into unbelief, 37 Suppl, 27| so if at times they are liable to punishment ~on account 38 Suppl, 36| contemptible, his preaching is liable to be despised"; and ~for 39 Suppl, 45| results to which they are ~liable, since it often happens 40 Suppl, 55| are silent, a stranger is liable to be suspected of acting 41 Suppl, 55| from witnessing as being liable to ~suspicion, except those 42 Suppl, 59| the ~Israelites were more liable to adopt their rites and 43 Suppl, 64| him, because she is not so liable to infection from ~marital 44 Suppl, 72| air, so that it is ~not so liable to depreciation. Moreover, 45 Suppl, 86| angels, nor is any good liable to judgment to be found 46 Suppl, 93| whereas human institutions are liable to change every ~day. Therefore


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