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corruptions 14
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corrupts 29
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29 comprehends
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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corrupts

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | consequent upon form, and nothing corrupts except it lose its form. 2 1, 42 | change; and so all that corrupts ~begins not to exist and 3 1, 48 | 4) Whether evil totally corrupts good?~(5) The division of 4 1, 48 | not. But evil acts, for it corrupts ~good. Therefore evil is 5 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Whether evil corrupts the whole good?~Aquin.: 6 1, 48 | It would seem that evil corrupts the whole good. For one 7 1, 48 | contraries. ~Therefore evil corrupts the whole good.~Aquin.: 8 1, 75 | strength of the sensible corrupts sense; a thing that never ~ 9 1, 42 | change; and so all that corrupts ~begins not to exist and 10 1, 49 | 4) Whether evil totally corrupts good?~(5) The division of 11 1, 49 | not. But evil acts, for it corrupts ~good. Therefore evil is 12 1, 49 | Para. 1/1~Whether evil corrupts the whole good?~Aquin.: 13 1, 49 | It would seem that evil corrupts the whole good. For one 14 1, 49 | contraries. ~Therefore evil corrupts the whole good.~Aquin.: 15 1, 74 | strength of the sensible corrupts sense; a thing that never ~ 16 2, 53 | same cause as that which corrupts them: since the diminishing 17 2, 10 | not that a ~little leaven corrupts the whole lump?" and afterwards 18 2, 34 | When the foul sore of ~envy corrupts the vanquished heart, the 19 2, 51 | 5) "pleasure above ~all corrupts the estimate of prudence," 20 2, 108 | whose truth one hides or corrupts by such a lie; so that ~ 21 2, 113 | Celant): ~"Nothing so easily corrupts the human mind as flattery": 22 2, 124 | Fearlessness by its specific nature corrupts the mean of ~fortitude, 23 2, 160 | all-pervading and poisonous disease corrupts the whole body"; and Isidore ~ 24 3, 8 | inasmuch as the corrupt nature ~corrupts the person. Now grace is 25 3, 60 | 3~Reply OBJ 3: If he who corrupts the pronunciation of the 26 Suppl, 41| excess in the passions corrupts virtue. Now there is ~always 27 Suppl, 41| excess of passions that corrupts virtue not only ~hinders 28 Suppl, 59| unbelief, since unbelief corrupts the intellect whereas covetousness ~ 29 Suppl, 59| intellect whereas covetousness ~corrupts the affections.~Aquin.:


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