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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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weakened

   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | the sensitive soul are not weakened ~when the body becomes weak; 2 1, 77 | powers are said not to be weakened when the body ~becomes weak, 3 1, 76 | the sensitive soul are not weakened ~when the body becomes weak; 4 1, 76 | powers are said not to be weakened when the body ~becomes weak, 5 1, 118 | virtue of a passible body is weakened by continuous ~action, because 6 1, 118 | the water added to it, is weakened by further ~additions of 7 2, 33 | one thing, it is either weakened in respect of other ~things, 8 2, 37 | action must of necessity be weakened in consequence. Secondly, ~ 9 2, 48 | is evident that memory is weakened by ~time; for things which 10 2, 48 | is divided in itself is weakened. ~Consequently if a man 11 2, 48 | anger with the former is weakened. ~Especially is this so 12 2, 53 | consider how habits are lost or weakened; and under this ~head there 13 2, 53 | causes that destroyed or weakened that habit. For it ~has 14 2, 61 | conquers himself, and is not weakened ~and bent by any enticement." 15 2, 77 | both because all energy is weakened ~through being divided, 16 2, 85 | good of nature, that is weakened by sin, is aptitude ~for 17 2, 85 | is vexed through being ~weakened in respect of the objects 18 2, 107 | might cease through being weakened during the writing of the ~ 19 2, 109 | more the free-will of man weakened by sin, whereby it is ~hindered 20 2, 14 | to intelligible things is weakened, ~more, however, by lust 21 2, 41 | offended or ~scandalized, or weakened." Therefore the aforesaid 22 2, 68 | event. The evidence is not weakened if one ~witness says that 23 2, 68 | evidence for one side is ~weakened by whatever strengthens 24 2, 68 | of a person's evidence is weakened, sometimes indeed on ~account 25 2, 81 | i): "If you are so truly weakened ~by sin that you are unable 26 2, 140 | suppressed is gradually weakened: for it was stronger when 27 2, 154 | so that concupiscence is weakened, as stated above (Q[142], 28 3, 4 | since, from a corrupt and weakened ~nature, He assumed that 29 3, 15 | operation of the other is weakened. This is the reason why 30 3, 30 | his inferior powers are weakened; ~and from this results 31 3, 44 | when the devil saw Him ~weakened by His fast, He knew Him 32 3, 55 | authority of the Scriptures is weakened. Consequently, if Christ ~ 33 3, 86 | of sin. Yet they remain weakened and diminished, so as not ~ 34 Suppl, 12| in this life though it is weakened.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 35 Suppl, 15| our body's strength is weakened"; hence ~we read (Gn. 32: 36 Suppl, 70| would follow that they are weakened when the body ~is weakened. 37 Suppl, 70| weakened when the body ~is weakened. Yet this is not the case, 38 Suppl, 70| of the soul are neither weakened nor ~corrupted on account 39 Suppl, 78| strength of the species being ~weakened the human body is likened


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