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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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failing

   Part, Question
1 1, 50 | force of intelligence, ~and failing to make a proper distinction 2 1, 63 | choose what was impossible by failing in some ~particular; as 3 1, 51 | force of intelligence, ~and failing to make a proper distinction 4 1, 64 | choose what was impossible by failing in some ~particular; as 5 1, 83 | knowledge is material, thus failing ~to discern intellect from 6 2, 47 | they are despised for some failing or ~weakness of the existence 7 2, 47 | despise us by hurting or by failing to ~help, we are angry with 8 2, 48 | OBJ 2: Further, through failing to obey reason, man sometimes 9 2, 61 | public life on account of failing health, or for some other ~ 10 2, 64 | or ~to despair through failing to hope for that which according 11 2, 72 | of this is because every failing in the human reason is due 12 2, 75 | stated above, the will in failing to apply the rule of ~reason 13 2, 79 | act of its own accord in ~failing to light up the interior 14 2, 94 | the majority of cases, but failing ~in a few.~Aquin.: SMT FS 15 2, 105 | in default of male issue: failing which it ~was necessary 16 2, 5 | that is of faith, since by failing ~in one point, a man loses 17 2, 12 | the first way, by a man failing to advert to ~the blasphemous 18 2, 33 | OBJ 2: Further, no bodily failing that occurs at fixed times 19 2, 45 | imperfect on account of a failing in the chief act, is only 20 2, 52 | act, for it consists in ~failing to perform an act which 21 2, 62 | something unlawful, or ~failing to take sufficient care.~ 22 2, 79 | praise, ~provided there be no failing on the part of his will.~ 23 2, 92 | God, inasmuch as through failing to consider His excellence 24 2, 105 | omission, for instance by ~failing to recognize the favor received, 25 2, 126 | deed, and consists in not failing to accomplish what one has 26 2, 133 | vice is that it consists in failing to do what ~is in accordance 27 2, 134 | dangers, but also in not failing through ~sorrow or pain 28 2, 142 | disappointed in our request, or by failing to become ~their friends.~ 29 2, 159 | one simply assert one's ~failing, but that one convince another 30 2, 169 | and the spirit of prophecy failing him, caused a minstrel to 31 2, 186 | perverse doctrines, and by failing ~to be the humble disciples 32 3, 43 | avoid the inconsistency ~of failing to do what He had done through 33 3, 70 | the people in the desert failing to ~fulfil the precept of 34 3, 76 | cannot be the principle of ~failing; but when something else 35 Suppl, 6 | Now a man does not sin by failing to receive the ~Eucharist 36 Suppl, 10| express his shame, through failing to confess it to the priest, ~ 37 Suppl, 21| judgment is ~pronounced, or by failing to obey the decision of 38 Suppl, 27| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Failing the condition of a grant, 39 Suppl, 43| sinned in the boy ~through failing to correct him. But this 40 Suppl, 54| grandson, and thus it goes on failing: so that ~at length it ceases 41 Suppl, 72| the cause of a thing's ~failing and increasing. Now when 42 Suppl, 93| in reality, and by their failing to consider the grievances ~


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