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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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disturbance

   Part, Question
1 1, 110 | this ~happens by a natural disturbance of the humors, and sometimes 2 2, 24 | But every disease or disturbance of the soul is morally ~ 3 2, 44 | is hindered ~chiefly by a disturbance in the reason, which directs 4 2, 44 | be moderate, without much disturbance of the ~reason, it conduces 5 2, 44 | placed aloft, suffers a ~disturbance of his imagination, through 6 2, 48 | follows of necessity that any disturbance in the ~body hinders even 7 2, 48 | above ~all, causes a bodily disturbance in the region of the heart, 8 2, 48 | anger, above all, causes a disturbance in ~the heart, as stated 9 2, 48 | stated above (A[2]), the disturbance ~of anger reaches to the 10 2, 48 | anger may cause such a disturbance, that the tongue is altogether ~ 11 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The disturbance of the heart may sometimes 12 2, 48 | death. If, however, the ~disturbance be not so great, then "out 13 2, 59 | freedom from passion and disturbance; ~this is incorrect, because 14 2, 70 | regards freedom from outward ~disturbance; for it is impossible to 15 2, 73 | of the scandal and the ~disturbance it would cause among many 16 2, 87 | Wherefore so long as the disturbance of the order remains the ~ 17 2, 87 | must needs remain also. Now disturbance of an order is sometimes 18 2, 87 | essentially related to the disturbance of the order, ~and to God' 19 2, 87 | Wherefore, so long as the disturbance lasts, the ~punishment endures.~ 20 2, 96 | order to avoid scandal ~or disturbance, for which cause a man should 21 2, 102 | signify that all movements ~of disturbance will be far removed from 22 2, 105 | grievous harm, and cause a disturbance of the peace: for ~among 23 2, 3 | faith sometimes causes a disturbance among ~unbelievers. Therefore 24 2, 3 | s faith, if it causes a disturbance among unbelievers, without 25 2, 3 | man should ~disregard the disturbance of unbelievers, and confess 26 2, 6 | which is not the cause of a disturbance in ~the humors: though we 27 2, 10 | evil, e.g. the scandal or disturbance that might ~ensue, or some 28 2, 40 | harm from the consequent disturbance than from the ~tyrant's 29 2, 67 | scandal, whence ~some grave disturbance might be feared to arise.~ 30 2, 127 | denotes freedom from the ~disturbance of fear. But fortitude does 31 2, 152 | of the body or some other disturbance, the ~sleeper dreams things 32 2, 156 | man breaks out through a disturbance of the ~mind, proceeds from 33 2, 178 | passions, and quell the disturbance of outward ~occupations. 34 2, 179 | disturbances ~but also the inward disturbance of the passions.~Aquin.: 35 2, 181 | stable on all sides, if no disturbance will make it fall." Now 36 3, 30 | this results the aforesaid disturbance: thus, also, when the ~natural 37 3, 30 | first sought to remedy the ~disturbance of mind to which a man is 38 3, 36 | known that from which arise ~disturbance and harm to others. But, 39 3, 36 | s birth was made known, ~disturbance arose: for it is written ( 40 3, 36 | 4~Reply OBJ 3: The very disturbance that arose when it was known 41 3, 42 | his labor. Now through the disturbance which His teaching ~occasioned 42 3, 44 | ascribed this darkness to some ~disturbance of the atmosphere. But in 43 3, 44 | calm should ~cause either a disturbance in the atmosphere or a division 44 3, 51 | are hidden away ~"from the disturbance of men" (Ps. 30:21). Hence 45 3, 80 | matter as to the mental ~disturbance which one suffers from want 46 Suppl, 94| a certain commotion and disturbance of the head and eyes, and


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