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16 design
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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departure

   Part, Question
1 2, 21 | Since therefore sin is ~a departure from the order to the end, 2 2, 21 | production of art. First, by a departure from the ~particular end 3 2, 21 | something bad. Secondly, by a departure from the general end of ~ 4 2, 21 | evil are always due to a departure from the order of ~reason 5 2, 72 | inordinateness, in so far as sin is a departure from the order of ~reason 6 2, 72 | more or less. If, however, ~departure from the truth be not outside 7 2, 73 | far, to wit, as it is a departure from reason; wherefore ~ 8 2, 79 | another, since every sin is a departure ~from the order which is 9 2, 102 | to be observed in their departure from Egypt: namely, ~their 10 2, 113 | are ~two movements - of departure from the term "whence," 11 3, 8 | who, however, on their departure from ~this world, wholly 12 3, 27 | life in this world; (3) His departure from ~this world; (4) Those 13 3, 36 | Herod, immediately after the departure of the ~Magi, "perceiving 14 Suppl, 32| sometimes those who are ~near departure are in good health, for 15 Suppl, 32| as to be in a state of ~departure from this life, through 16 Suppl, 32| those who are taking their departure from this life ~and setting


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