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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | who provides universally allows some little defect ~to remain, 2 1, 23 | preserved in things, God allows some evils, lest many good 3 1, 39 | strict ~propriety of terms allows. Whence instead of enlarging 4 1, 39 | strict ~propriety of terms allows. Whence instead of enlarging 5 1, 112 | but ~only in so far as He allows man to suffer some defect 6 1, 113 | but for as ~long as God allows; for although He allows 7 1, 113 | allows; for although He allows him to tempt for a short 8 2, 61 | temperance, so far as nature allows, neglects ~the needs of 9 2, 91 | were to say that the law allows a nobleman to be ~condemned 10 2, 96 | Therefore human law rightly allows ~some vices, by not repressing 11 2, 96 | the government of ~states, allows and leaves unpunished many 12 2, 10 | supremely ~good, nevertheless He allows certain evils to take place 13 2, 41 | resist them, as far as equity allows, in the hope not only that 14 2, 53 | not deserve praise if he allows himself to be deceived, 15 2, 62 | good, whereas sometimes He ~allows them time to repent, according 16 2, 62 | dangerous to others, while it allows ~time for repentance to 17 2, 63 | begun, while sometimes He allows them to ~do what they will." 18 2, 67 | unjust oppression, the law allows one to have recourse ~to 19 2, 67 | is not oppressed. Thus it allows ten days for appeal ~to 20 2, 76 | civil laws. ~Now civil law allows usury to be taken. Therefore 21 2, 81 | altogether sinless. Now if a man allows his mind to wander while 22 2, 81 | through vengeance ~when He allows the sinner to fall yet deeper 23 2, 98 | well," says: "Their need allows them to receive the wherewithal ~ 24 2, 116 | because a sin of one kind allows of ~sins even of a different 25 2, 152 | virgin, for instance if she allows herself to be taken away 26 2, 160 | to cure a worse disease, allows the patient to ~contract 27 2, 160 | fact that, as a remedy, God allows men to fall ~into other 28 2, 187 | remain ~there, the holy synod allows them to do so": and the 29 3, 1 | greater after sin. For God allows evils to happen in ~order 30 3, 33 | infused: but this quantity allows of a certain latitude because 31 3, 72 | the higher orders: thus he allows priests to confer minor 32 3, 83 | penance, who from neglect allows the hosts to putrefy. And 33 3, 89 | so far as their position allows, should be corrected by 34 Suppl, 11| and he does this when he allows ~him to divulge it: so that 35 Suppl, 22| the like, in which the law allows them to ~excommunicate. 36 Suppl, 36| Reply OBJ 2: The natural law allows of no dispensation; and 37 Suppl, 43| they say that the Church allows this lest ~worse happen 38 Suppl, 49| aforesaid goods. For whoever allows himself to lose a ~greater 39 Suppl, 49| lesser good sins because he allows it ~inordinately. Now the 40 Suppl, 58| and imaginations, when God allows them: wherefore by their 41 Suppl, 58| and ~for this reason God allows the devil to exercise his 42 Suppl, 67| alone the law of the Gospel ~allows a man to put away his wife; "


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