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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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naught

   Part, Question
1 1, 107 | that Christ will "bring ~to naught all principality and power, 2 2, 2 | Hence it is evident that naught can lull man's will, save 3 2, 3 | love in attaining: for "naught is loved save what is known," 4 2, 39 | he will, and in ~willing naught amiss," as stated above ( 5 2, 46 | ado about things that are naught or very minute," as the ~ 6 2, 103 | figurative; there will be naught but "thanksgiving and voice 7 2, 75 | saying of Prov. 20:14, "It is naught, it is naught, ~saith every 8 2, 75 | 14, "It is naught, it is naught, ~saith every buyer: and 9 2, 93 | since dumb animals have naught but a sensitive ~soul, every 10 2, 146 | unrestrained, all virtue ~comes to naught." But virtue is not done 11 2, 146 | said to bring virtue to naught, not so much on ~its own 12 2, 150 | who in these times seek naught else from marriage but children 13 2, 173 | a way that he understand naught else by ~phantasms, and 14 2, 186 | and valuing all things at naught carried their pantry ~about 15 2, 187 | Hence they have ~come to naught." Now this order is apparently 16 2, 187 | since it often comes to naught through his leaving the ~ 17 3, 2 | the ~Person of Christ is naught else than the Person or 18 3, 51 | the fear of God. And since naught besides Him must enter into ~ 19 Suppl, 37| Further, the apostles preached naught else but the gospel of ~ 20 Suppl, 70| that must needs come to naught. For it cannot be said ~ 21 Suppl, 70| which entirely comes to naught is not restored in ~identity; 22 Suppl, 71| another. But a sinner merits naught for himself by his ~deeds. 23 Suppl, 72| consumed when it is reduced to naught. Now the bodies of the wicked 24 Suppl, 72| will ~not be reduced to naught, but will be kept for eternity, 25 Suppl, 76| that "to rise again is naught ~else but to live again." 26 Suppl, 86| He will then bring to naught [*Vulg.: 'When He ~shall 27 Suppl, 86| He ~shall have brought to naught', etc.] all principality, 28 Suppl, 96| sinners ~should be brought to naught: because on account of ingratitude 29 Suppl, 96| if sinners be brought to ~naught, their punishment cannot


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