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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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supervening

   Part, Question
1 1, 44 | species, is contracted by ~a supervening accident to a determinate 2 1, 66 | it would result that the supervening form ~would not simply make 3 1, 45 | species, is contracted by ~a supervening accident to a determinate 4 1, 67 | it would result that the supervening form ~would not simply make 5 1, 117 | corrupted: yet so that the supervening form contains the perfection 6 2, 18 | thing derives much from ~supervening accidents, as man does from 7 2, 65 | account of some impediment ~supervening from without: thus a man 8 2, 75 | necessity, on account of some ~supervening impediment: else it would 9 2, 77 | account of some hindrance supervening, e.g. some external occupation, 10 2, 78 | must be due to something supervening, which is ~passion or habit. 11 2, 85 | diminished on the part of supervening clouds, although it always 12 2, 88 | by something ~accidental supervening. For an action does not 13 2, 89 | from outward refulgence supervening, so too, in the soul, ~there 14 2, 114 | effects on account of a supervening impediment.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 19 | only on ~account of some supervening obstacle, it follows that, 16 2, 23 | removed by the other contrary ~supervening. Now every mortal sin is 17 2, 30 | occurring through some accident supervening. In the first ~case, the 18 2, 153 | are the principles of all ~supervening inclinations, as stated 19 2, 172 | by some other occurrence supervening. Secondly, God ~foreknows 20 2, 175 | women, but of some thing ~supervening by accident). Secondly, 21 2, 183 | inactive on account of ~a supervening obstacle, for instance the 22 3, 65 | viz. by removing ~some supervening accidental cause of harm; 23 3, 65 | say, as remedies ~against supervening defects. And among these, 24 3, 89 | to the ~impediment of the supervening sin whereby he is become 25 3, 89 | but only with regard to a supervening impediment on the ~part 26 Suppl, 43| dissolved on ~account of a supervening affinity, for instance if 27 Suppl, 46| Whether carnal intercourse supervening to such a consent makes 28 Suppl, 52| marriage, since no ~impediment supervening to marriage can dissolve 29 Suppl, 54| separate, because no impediment supervening to marriage can annul it; 30 Suppl, 56| lasting bond, wherefore no supervening ~impediment can sever it. 31 Suppl, 76| humanity is some distinct form ~supervening form and matter; which is


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