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obsolete 2
obstacle 218
obstacles 92
obstinacy 33
obstinate 51
obstinately 10
obstruct 1
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33 leaving
33 luminous
33 ninth
33 obstinacy
33 occasioned
33 orderly
33 pentecost
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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obstinacy

   Part, Question
1 1, 32 | The first arises from the ~obstinacy of heretics. For since we 2 1, 32 | and ~particularly if no obstinacy be shown; whereas when it 3 1, 36 | come from ignorance or obstinacy. For a just consideration 4 1, 64 | intellect;~(2) Of their obstinacy of will;~(3) Of their grief;~( 5 1, 64 | seek for the cause of this obstinacy, not in the gravity of the ~ 6 1, 64 | the cause, then, of this obstinacy, it must be borne in mind ~ 7 1, 64 | on we shall treat of ~the obstinacy of men who are damned (SP, 8 1, 65 | intellect;~(2) Of their obstinacy of will;~(3) Of their grief;~( 9 1, 65 | seek for the cause of this obstinacy, not in the gravity of the ~ 10 1, 65 | the cause, then, of this obstinacy, it must be borne in mind ~ 11 1, 65 | on we shall treat of ~the obstinacy of men who are damned (SP, 12 2, 105 | sinned from stubbornness or obstinacy: and ~then he was to be 13 2, 1 | that on account of the obstinacy of heretics, one contains 14 2, 2 | that they are free from obstinacy in ~their heterodox sentiments, 15 2, 13 | presumption, impenitence, obstinacy, ~resisting the known truth, 16 2, 13 | regards past sins, while ~obstinacy regards future sins. Now 17 2, 13 | would be ~born. Therefore obstinacy and impenitence should not 18 2, 13 | he who dies in a state of obstinacy is guilty of the sin ~against 19 2, 13 | and this is removed by "obstinacy," whereby man ~hardens his 20 2, 13 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Obstinacy and impenitence differ not 21 2, 13 | refuse to obey belongs to obstinacy, while a feigned ~repentance 22 2, 35 | to salvation, or by undue obstinacy, since it has also ~been 23 2, 74 | malice on account of his ~obstinacy. But it is not lawful to 24 2, 103 | Ghost, but ~only that which obstinacy is added: for it is not 25 2, 130 | hypocrisy, contention, obstinacy, discord, ~and love of novelties?~ 26 2, 130 | hypocrisy, contention, obstinacy, ~discord, and eccentricity [* 27 2, 130 | intellect, and thus we have "obstinacy," by which a man is too 28 Suppl, 59| slain on account of their obstinacy, ~and because it was fraught 29 Suppl, 62| unbelief which is a ~proof of obstinacy wherein unbelief is perfected.~ 30 Suppl, 95| enchained, as it were, by the obstinacy of the ~mind.~Aquin.: SMT 31 Suppl, 95| as ~heretics, or through obstinacy, as those "who are glad 32 Suppl, 95| themselves the cause of their own obstinacy, owing to which they are ~ 33 Suppl, 95| damned proceeds from their ~obstinacy which is their punishment.


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