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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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withdrawing

   Part, Question
1 1, 50 | it to non-existence, by withdrawing His act of ~preservation; 2 1, 51 | it to non-existence, by withdrawing His act of ~preservation; 3 1, 103 | reduced to non-existence, by withdrawing His action ~therefrom.~Aquin.: 4 2, 44 | toilsome, it hinders ~work by withdrawing the will from it. But fear 5 2, 60 | contrary to reason, or by withdrawing ~from that which is in accord 6 2, 61 | Secondly, by the passions withdrawing us from ~following the dictate 7 2, 86 | soul, on account of its ~withdrawing from the light of reason 8 2, 95 | virtue consists chiefly in withdrawing ~man from undue pleasures, 9 2, 98 | of disposition, since by withdrawing ~men from idolatrous worship, 10 2, 12 | apostatize from God, by withdrawing from the ~religious life 11 2, 32 | Further, sin consists in withdrawing oneself from God. Now an ~ 12 2, 41 | and was to be blamed, in withdrawing from the ~gentiles in order 13 2, 66 | that "evasion ~consists in withdrawing altogether from an accusation." 14 2, 66 | poenituerit.]. Secondly by ~withdrawing altogether from the accusation. 15 2, 66 | OBJ 3: Evasion consists in withdrawing altogether from the ~accusation, 16 2, 79 | to the Divine worship, by withdrawing from ~human affairs. Thus 17 2, 173 | or ~by turning away and withdrawing from his carnal senses, 18 2, 178 | out ~of his body, or by withdrawing from his carnal senses, 19 2, 178 | this is removed by the soul withdrawing from externals, ~and so 20 2, 182 | being perfect, but through withdrawing his mind ~from the intention 21 2, 185 | to fable telling without withdrawing ~their hands from their 22 3, 1 | of fault is committed by withdrawing from the art of the ~Divine 23 3, 44 | was caused by the ~sun withdrawing its rays, without any change 24 3, 48 | his guilt, but rather, by withdrawing from God's service, he, ~ 25 3, 75 | is of being in the other, withdrawing that whereby it was ~distinguished 26 3, 89 | There is no injustice in withdrawing the reward from him ~who 27 Suppl, 19| schismatics and the like, by withdrawing their ~subjects from them 28 Suppl, 71| sense of punishment, but by withdrawing from ~the damned some matter 29 Suppl, 93| into a spiritual nature by ~withdrawing from carnal things, the 30 Suppl, 93| certain spirituality by withdrawing from carnal things.~Aquin.: 31 Suppl, 93| of spiritual nature, by withdrawing from carnal things. ~Consequently


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