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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ensues

   Part, Question
1 1, 75 | that have knowledge, desire ensues upon ~knowledge. The senses 2 1, 74 | that have knowledge, desire ensues upon ~knowledge. The senses 3 1, 110 | that a certain ~appearance ensues, as if the sensitive principle 4 2, 28 | possessed, pleasure or enjoyment ensues. But if the beloved be absent, ~ 5 2, 37 | That uplifting of the soul ensues from the sorrow which is ~ 6 2, 39 | movement of the appetite ensues from a present ~evil. One 7 2, 40 | true, for thus the possible ensues from the relation of a predicate ~ 8 2, 42 | cause; but not that which ensues from ~our own will. Now 9 2, 43 | cause from which that evil ensues: so that ~sometimes, accidentally, 10 2, 44 | that causes fear there ensues a certain contraction in 11 2, 44 | fear hinders speech which ensues from the emission of the ~ 12 2, 44 | element being spent, thirst ensues; sometimes ~indeed the result 13 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Whether daring ensues from hope?~Aquin.: SMT FS 14 2, 45 | Therefore it seems that daring ensues from ~hope.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 45 | and daring." But from wine ensues the effect of drunkenness. 16 2, 46 | many others. Now hatred ensues from a more lasting cause 17 2, 46 | inflicted; whereas hatred ensues from a disposition in a 18 2, 46 | Anger, on the other hand, ensues from ~someone having injured 19 2, 48 | vengeance is present, pleasure ensues, and so ~much the greater 20 2, 48 | present, perfect pleasure ensues, entirely excluding ~sorrow, 21 2, 48 | of vengeance; and hence ensues ~great vehemence and impetuosity 22 2, 71 | habit, so long as no act ensues. Therefore a vicious action 23 2, 73 | depends on how much harm ensues?~(9) Whether on the position 24 2, 73 | Wherefore the harm ~itself that ensues aggravates a sin, in so 25 2, 79 | justice, or of the good that ensues ~from the loss.~Aquin.: 26 2, 87 | result is ~that the sin which ensues from this is also a punishment 27 2, 100 | viz. in so far as pleasure ensues ~from the love of God and 28 2, 100 | precept, in so far as pleasure ensues from a habit; for ~"pleasure 29 2, 10 | account of some good that ensues therefrom, ~or because of 30 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 5: The peril that ensues from the omission of preaching, ~ 31 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 2: The profit that ensues from heresy is beside the 32 2, 23 | either so that whiteness ensues, or so that ~blackness results. 33 2, 31 | account of the ~scandal which ensues therefrom, if the corrector' 34 2, 41 | justice, especially if scandal ensues: for it is written (Mt. ~ 35 2, 121 | his art. Whatever ~good ensues from this, if it be intended, 36 2, 122 | and continued until death ensues. The act of ~martyrdom is 37 2, 148 | excessive drink drunkenness ~ensues. Therefore drunkenness is 38 2, 152 | that nocturnal ~pollution ensues after thoughts about carnal 39 2, 184 | corporal. For ~spiritual danger ensues from poverty when the latter 40 3, 81 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, death ensues from the separation of the 41 Suppl, 2 | aggravated by the result that ensues from it: ~wherefore Jerome 42 Suppl, 16| the removal of the habit ensues from the removal of the 43 Suppl, 27| condition of a grant, no grant ensues. Hence, ~as an indulgence 44 Suppl, 29| wherein some effect always ~ensues.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 45 Suppl, 29| and of that which always ensues in virtue of the sacrament, 46 Suppl, 73| miraculously, the act that ensues is natural, as instanced


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