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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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impeded

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | because by them we are impeded in our knowledge of what 2 1, 23 | creatures, but it cannot be impeded by them.~ 3 1, 45 | act like to itself, but is impeded by the form and ~contrary 4 1, 49 | is itself, unless it is impeded by some exterior thing; 5 1, 46 | act like to itself, but is impeded by the form and ~contrary 6 1, 50 | is itself, unless it is impeded by some exterior thing; 7 1, 82 | choice, wherein he may be impeded, whether he will or not. 8 1, 85 | effects, and would only be impeded in its ~knowledge by the 9 1, 88 | unless their ~knowledge was impeded by local distance; which, 10 1, 88 | they are 'there,' as if impeded by local ~distance; but 11 1, 93 | his present state man is impeded as regards the full ~and 12 1, 93 | was made so as not to be impeded by the lower. ~Wherefore 13 1, 93 | Wherefore the first man was not impeded by exterior things from 14 1, 93 | of sin, so far as ~man is impeded in the consideration of 15 1, 93 | in the present state is impeded from the ~knowledge of separate 16 2, 53 | sensitive powers, which are impeded by corporal ~transmutation. 17 2, 58 | the use of reason to be impeded ~in some particular action. 18 2, 75 | which is sufficient and not impeded. ~For it happens that a 19 2, 75 | since its ~effect can be impeded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[75] A[ 20 2, 77 | or is even ~altogether impeded, in its act, both because 21 2, 77 | become ~remiss or altogether impeded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 22 2, 77 | apprehension of ~reason is impeded on account of a vehement 23 2, 87 | are causes of sin, but are impeded by the help of Divine grace 24 2, 99 | reason may happen to be impeded. Now ~human reason could 25 2, 114 | efficacy of such merit impeded by the obstacle which is 26 2, 151 | be done, and this also is impeded by lust, in ~so far as through 27 2, 163 | creature can be helped or ~impeded by another. Wherefore it 28 3, 15 | and one ~power was not impeded by another. Hence, as the 29 3, 15 | the inferior part no-wise impeded the act of ~reason.~Aquin.: 30 3, 18 | of reason in Christ was ~impeded or retarded by the natural 31 3, 18 | desires of the spirit are impeded or retarded by ~the desires 32 3, 84 | effect, ~nevertheless, may be impeded on the part of the recipient, 33 Suppl, 50| and ~consequently can be impeded in more ways than the other 34 Suppl, 53| Hence matrimony may be impeded ~by a previous order; so 35 Suppl, 53| whereas order cannot ~be impeded by marriage, so as not to 36 Suppl, 53| whereas human acts can be impeded.~ 37 Suppl, 54| consanguinity should ~have equally impeded marriage at all times: yet 38 Suppl, 57| Wherefore those who are impeded from begetting need no solace ~ 39 Suppl, 58| copulation, which is not impeded by madness. Therefore ~neither 40 Suppl, 58| Therefore ~neither is marriage impeded thereby.~Aquin.: SMT XP 41 Suppl, 58| by defect of which it is impeded.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 42 Appen1, 2| both kinds of powers are impeded; unless ~tranquillity denote


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