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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | a few, and that ~after a long time, and with the admixture 2 1, 2 | can be demonstrated, so ~long as its effects are better 3 1, 8 | first begin to be, but as long as ~they are preserved in 4 1, 8 | in the air by the sun as ~long as the air remains illuminated. 5 1, 8 | illuminated. Therefore as long as a thing has ~being, God 6 1, 12 | knower. But our soul, as long as we live in this life, 7 1, 16 | Socrates sits," is ~true, as long as he is sitting, both with 8 1, 18 | to move of itself: and as long as such movement appears 9 1, 18 | movement appears in it, so ~long as it is considered to be 10 1, 19 | must necessarily sit, as long as he is sitting. Accordingly 11 1, 19 | the agent; and hence as ~long as it has that nature, its 12 1, 45 | is it ~necessary that as long as the creature is it should 13 1, 46 | power of a thing extends so long ~is exists. But every incorruptible 14 1, 48 | OBJ 3: Further, evil, as long as it lasts, hurts, and 15 1, 51 | Reply OBJ 3: Although air as long as it is in a state of rarefaction 16 1, 53 | But he was ~not moved so long as he was in the term "whence." 17 1, 54 | intelligible in potentiality so long as they ~are outside the 18 1, 58 | and by one operation; as long as the entire ~continuous 19 1, 62 | 1/1~On the contrary, So long as a nature endures, its 20 1, 64 | know by learning; or by long experience, as the things 21 1, 64 | Nor can they learn by long experience: because ~experience 22 1, 64 | thirdly, they know by ~long experience; not as deriving 23 1, 67 | withdrawal of light, so long as the body is actually 24 1, 69 | them, was without form so long as "darkness" filled it, 25 1, 73 | continuous movement, so long as any ~movement further 26 1, 46 | is it ~necessary that as long as the creature is it should 27 1, 47 | power of a thing extends so long ~is exists. But every incorruptible 28 1, 49 | OBJ 3: Further, evil, as long as it lasts, hurts, and 29 1, 52 | Reply OBJ 3: Although air as long as it is in a state of rarefaction 30 1, 54 | But he was ~not moved so long as he was in the term "whence." 31 1, 55 | intelligible in potentiality so long as they ~are outside the 32 1, 59 | and by one operation; as long as the entire ~continuous 33 1, 63 | 1/1~On the contrary, So long as a nature endures, its 34 1, 65 | know by learning; or by long experience, as the things 35 1, 65 | Nor can they learn by long experience: because ~experience 36 1, 65 | thirdly, they know by ~long experience; not as deriving 37 1, 68 | withdrawal of light, so long as the body is actually 38 1, 70 | them, was without form so long as "darkness" filled it, 39 1, 72 | continuous movement, so long as any ~movement further 40 1, 81 | is united to the body (as long as we ~understand priority 41 1, 84 | always the same. Hence, as long as the faculty ~exists, 42 1, 88 | said above (A[1]), that as long as it is united to the body 43 1, 88 | to ~learn many things by long experience, as Isidore says ( 44 1, 88 | the Philosopher says (De Long. et Brev. Vitae ii), a form 45 1, 91 | quite unintelligible, as long as the matter itself remains 46 1, 93 | Ethic. vi, 2). So that, as long as the state of innocence ~ 47 1, 96 | thing defined. Therefore ~as long as man was man he could 48 1, 96 | God made man immortal as long as he did not sin; so ~that 49 1, 96 | body from all corruption so long as it remained ~itself subject 50 1, 96 | he could avoid death, so long as he ~refrained from sin.~ 51 1, 99 | De Concep. Virg. x): "As long as man did ~not sin, he 52 1, 99 | begetting. Now the parents, as long as they begot ~children, 53 1, 100 | organs; and ~therefore, so long as the latter are hindered, 54 1, 101 | spiritual paradise; so ~long as we believe in the truth 55 1, 101 | inhabitants, it does not ~remain long in that position. However, 56 1, 105 | the superior angels had long known the Mystery of the 57 1, 106 | said: O Lord of hosts, how long wilt Thou not have mercy 58 1, 112 | assigned to each man as long as ~he is a wayfarer. When, 59 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As long as the child is in the mother' 60 1, 113 | seems ~more probable as long as we understand it to be 61 1, 113 | not tempt man for just as long as he likes, but for as ~ 62 1, 113 | as he likes, but for as ~long as God allows; for although 63 1, 117 | be without a body, and as long as it is without a body 64 1, 117 | soul should, after such a ~long time, come to wish to be 65 1, 118 | If therefore a ~man lived long enough, it would follow 66 1, 118 | itself of ~the matter. But as long as the substance alone of 67 1, 118 | this, they say, lasts as long as the individual does. 68 2, 3 | imperfect, and ~after a long discussion, concludes: " 69 2, 3 | not perfectly happy, so long as ~something remains for 70 2, 4 | this it is clear that so long as we walk by faith ~and 71 2, 4 | possible. ~And therefore, as long as it enjoys God, without 72 2, 6 | by an extrinsic agent, as long as the will to suffer that ~ 73 2, 6 | what is hot of itself, as long as it remains, is still ~ 74 2, 9 | My soul hath coveted to long for Thy ~justifications: 75 2, 11 | of the last end: for as long as something is looked for, ~ 76 2, 11 | but of possession." But so long as a thing is not ~had, 77 2, 14 | fixed: ~consequently as long as there is any doubt about 78 2, 14 | but that he is sitting, as long as he continues to ~sit, 79 2, 15 | judge of the others; for as long as ~judgment about some 80 2, 15 | higher ~reason. Wherefore as long as a man is uncertain whether 81 2, 18 | OBJ 2: A circumstance, so long as it is but a circumstance, 82 2, 20 | this prove impossible, as long as the will is perfect, ~ 83 2, 30 | coveted [concupivit] to long for thy ~justifications." 84 2, 31 | a thing is said to last long and to be morose in respect ~ 85 2, 31 | 2: Delight is said to be long lasting or morose, according 86 2, 36 | Desire gives pleasure, so long as there is hope of ~obtaining 87 2, 37 | can be so acute, that, as long as ~it lasts, a man is unable 88 2, 42 | that "a thing which ~lasts long is no better than that which 89 2, 42 | the point of their lasting long or ~for ever. Consequently 90 2, 42 | lasting for ever or for a long time: for ~which reason 91 2, 42 | is no better ~for lasting long or for ever: its goodness 92 2, 46 | For anger when it lasts a long ~time engenders hatred.~ 93 2, 46 | retain their anger for a long time; and some he ~calls { 94 2, 48 | for things which happened long ago easily slip from our 95 2, 48 | same applies to love, ~so long as the cause of love is 96 2, 48 | a friend's absence lasts long, ~it seems to make men forget 97 2, 50 | subject, because, to wit, as ~long as such a subject endures, 98 2, 53 | act ~from habit. Now so long as a thing is, its nature 99 2, 53 | a habit be corrupted so long as its subject remains.~ 100 2, 53 | The Philosopher says (De Long. et Brev. Vitae ii) that ~" 101 2, 53 | time, if one ~fails for long to exercise them.~Aquin.: 102 2, 53 | The Philosopher says (De Long. et Brev. Vitae ii) that ~ 103 2, 53 | destroyed altogether ~by long cessation from act, as is 104 2, 57 | towards that object. For as ~long as the geometrician demonstrates 105 2, 58 | written sometimes with a long, and sometimes a short " 106 2, 58 | Hence he maintained that as long as man is in possession ~ 107 2, 58 | saying of Socrates that so long as a man is in possession 108 2, 64 | opposition to one another, so long as we consider their ~signification 109 2, 66 | one and the same man, so long as his reason ~has the same 110 2, 67 | intellectual virtues, as long as this life ~lasts. Therefore 111 2, 67 | understands; and that so long as actual consideration 112 2, 67 | And since a thing, so ~long as it remains the same identically, 113 2, 70 | delayed; which belongs to "long ~suffering," since "to lack 114 2, 71 | for ~a vicious habit, so long as no act ensues. Therefore 115 2, 71 | And this sinful act, so long ~as there is but one, cannot 116 2, 71 | necessity, and hence so long as ~the power is unimpaired, 117 2, 73 | 71], A[1]). Wherefore, as long as any virtuous inclinations 118 2, 73 | same way, even if one go a long way from ~it or stay near 119 2, 74 | ever remains ~corrupt, so long as we abide in this mortal 120 2, 74 | first principles; since, so long as there remains a yet higher 121 2, 76 | man will be sinning, as ~long as he remains in ignorance. 122 2, 78 | does ~through habit, as long as he uses the habit. But 123 2, 80 | the will, of necessity, so long as man has the use of ~reason; 124 2, 81 | cleansed of original sin, so long as it is united ~to the 125 2, 81 | subjected to the soul, so long ~as the soul remained subject 126 2, 86 | Divine law. And therefore ~so long as man remains out of this 127 2, 87 | But the effect remains so long as the cause ~remains. Wherefore 128 2, 87 | cause ~remains. Wherefore so long as the disturbance of the 129 2, 87 | s justice. Wherefore, so long as the disturbance lasts, 130 2, 87 | part of the stain, for as long ~as this remains, the debt 131 2, 87 | because men are wont to live long enough to see the third ~ 132 2, 88 | if anger continue for a long time, or if drunkenness 133 2, 88 | venial sin ~to be mortal, so long as it remains a circumstance, 134 2, 88 | sensuality: whereas, if it last a long ~time, it returns to its 135 2, 88 | not be mortal sin, however long it last, unless ~perhaps 136 2, 89 | because these do not remain long in ~them. But the venial 137 2, 89 | subjected to the higher, so long as man remained subject 138 2, 95 | who make laws consider long beforehand what laws to 139 2, 97 | departing from a law which has long been considered ~just."~ 140 2, 99 | prospered under the Law as ~long as they obeyed it; and as 141 2, 102 | which shall be five cubits long, and as many broad . . . 142 2, 102 | retain their greenness a ~long time; and these are to be 143 2, 102 | constituted that it can stay a long time under water, denotes 144 2, 102 | an African bird with ~a long beak, and feeds on snakes; 145 2, 102 | and by the aid of ~its long neck extracts its food from 146 2, 102 | bird of the East: it has a long beak, and its ~jaws are 147 2, 103 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as long as the cause remains, the 148 2, 103 | blessed. Wherefore, as long as this seed was yet to 149 2, 104 | binding force for ever, so long as the state of government 150 2, 105 | government of the people, so ~long as it is not corrupt. But 151 2, 108 | fixed modes of life, ~as long as the state of the Old 152 2, 109 | be that he remains for a long time without mortal sin. 153 2, 113 | with a fever, "he lay for a long time senseless and in ~a 154 2, 113 | thought would require ~a long delay of time. Hence it 155 2, 1 | from Holy Writ, one needs long study ~and practice, which 156 2, 4 | be in ~a man, but also as long as faith lasts. For it has 157 2, 8 | understood. In this way, so long as the state of faith lasts, ~ 158 2, 8 | My soul hath coveted to long for Thy ~justifications," 159 2, 10 | parents as to its body, so long as it is enfolded within 160 2, 10 | spiritual womb, for so long as man has not the use of 161 2, 13 | should ~despair of no man, so long as Our Lord's patience brings 162 2, 13 | either good or evil. ~Now, so long as man is a wayfarer, he 163 2, 16 | not ~despair of anyone so long as he lives. Therefore one 164 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: So long as the virtue of hope lasts, 165 2, 19 | derived from faith; and so long as the cause ~remains the 166 2, 23 | fire ever mounts upward so long as it lasts. Therefore as 167 2, 23 | as it lasts. Therefore as long as ~charity endures, it 168 2, 24 | goodness in various persons, so long as it is ~referred to one 169 2, 24 | the desire of charity, to long for the removal of such 170 2, 24 | amenities of ~friendship, so long as there is hope of their 171 2, 25 | which not only man, so long as his nature remains unimpaired, 172 2, 27 | charity, is absent from us, so long as we are in this state 173 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: So long as we are in the body, we 174 2, 27 | nothing to be desired. But as long as we are in this world, ~ 175 2, 28 | heart is not at peace, so long as he ~has not what he wants, 176 2, 30 | keep what he has won, so long ~as that positive law is 177 2, 31 | once or several times, as long as there is ~probable hope 178 2, 33 | monasteries and those ~which are a long way off are much better 179 2, 33 | 5,6) "no man can be a ~long time in company with what 180 2, 37 | Church are immovable so long as the consecrated thing 181 2, 37 | it by ~consecration, as long as he lives, even if he 182 2, 41 | be that scandals come, so long as men ~fail to change their 183 2, 41 | who would remain in sin as long as they were in possession 184 2, 42 | Lord thy God," etc. For as long as any carnal concupiscence ~ 185 2, 45 | but ~also because of their long experience.~Aquin.: SMT 186 2, 47 | good counsel, though he be long and slow in so doing, and 187 2, 47 | necessary that Socrates sit, ~so long as he sits.~Aquin.: SMT 188 2, 50 | acquire them, but also as ~long as we persevere in them: 189 2, 53 | studied deceits ~all the day long."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 190 2, 58 | Thirdly, this is due to long experience: wherefore the ~ 191 2, 60 | is bound to restore it as long as he has it in his ~possession, 192 2, 61 | venerable old age is not that of long time, nor counted by the 193 2, 62 | itself to kill a man so long as he preserve his ~dignity, 194 2, 63 | whole body. Accordingly ~so long as a member is healthy and 195 2, 64 | treasure hidden underground long since and ~belonging to 196 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: So long as the ass lies under the 197 2, 70 | of his witty ~mockery, so long as he makes others laugh, 198 2, 81 | Whether prayer should last a long time?~(15) Whether prayer 199 2, 81 | be refused to any man so long as he lives here below, 200 2, 81 | according to Apoc. 6:10, "How ~long . . . dost Thou not . . . 201 2, 81 | the saints pray for us, so long as they are separated from 202 2, 81 | unable to remain aloft for long on ~account of the weakness 203 2, 81 | Whether prayer should last a long time?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] 204 2, 81 | much." Now one who prays a ~long time needs to speak much, 205 2, 81 | prayer should not last a long time.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] 206 2, 81 | that prayer should last ~long enough to arouse the fervor 207 2, 81 | not the same as to pray long; to speak long is one thing, 208 2, 81 | as to pray long; to speak long is one thing, to be ~devout 209 2, 81 | one thing, to be ~devout long is another. For it is written 210 2, 81 | little, yet pray much so ~long as your attention is fervent. 211 2, 85 | not accept the tithe so long as those ~persons remain 212 2, 85 | that has obtained for a long time must be ~observed [* 213 2, 86 | bind themselves by vow so long as they remain in a ~state 214 2, 86 | to be not consecrated, so long as it remains entire. ~Much 215 2, 86 | cease to be consecrated, so long as he lives. Now the solemnity 216 2, 89 | what they are singing, so long as they give all their ~ 217 2, 92 | worship idols outwardly so long as he keeps the ~faith in 218 2, 93 | foreknowledge of the future, so long as those ~dreams are due 219 2, 98 | to have several wives, so long as it was the custom." Now 220 2, 98 | subject should obey, so long as the Church ~tolerates 221 2, 99 | but not to lay by as for a long time beforehand, because ~ 222 2, 99 | according to Mt. 25:40: "As long as ~you did it to one of . . . 223 2, 104 | favor ~received: because so long as he repays less or an 224 2, 108 | A man does not lie, so long as he has a mind to do what 225 2, 120 | Hence Varro ~says that for a long time the ancient Romans 226 2, 120 | who honor them not live a long time. Therefore it ~was 227 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A long life is promised to those 228 2, 121 | to remain unmoved for a long time, than to be ~moved 229 2, 121 | his mind against danger by long forethought: in the same 230 2, 122 | invisible goods to come. Now so long as a man retains the life 231 2, 127 | confident that he will live long. or in another, for ~instance, 232 2, 130 | not to desire praise as long as ~one does not get it, 233 2, 133 | producing a little work, so long as he spends little. ~Wherefore 234 2, 134 | as a person waits for a long time, is not distinct from 235 2, 134 | mind to tend to something a long ~way off. Wherefore as magnanimity 236 2, 134 | whereas if it be delayed a long time, it is more difficult. ~ 237 2, 134 | adding "continued" or "long lasting," he refers to longanimity, 238 2, 134 | Reply OBJ 3: That which is a long way off as to place, though 239 2, 134 | nature, as that which is a ~long way off in point of time: 240 2, 134 | since what is placed a long way from us is a long time 241 2, 134 | a long way from us is a long time coming to us. ~Aquin.: 242 2, 134 | merely because they persist a long time ~in evil, wherefore 243 2, 135 | of time, since to persist long in ~something difficult 244 2, 135 | difficulty. Hence to persist long ~in something good until 245 2, 135 | most difficult to endure ~long. Now it is difficult to 246 2, 135 | part are not endured for a long ~time, because often they 247 2, 135 | which at times call for long endurance. Now it is not ~ 248 2, 135 | endure these things for a long time for one who grieves 249 2, 135 | perseverance as denoting long persistence in any kind 250 2, 135 | to persist in good for a long time until the end, ~belongs 251 2, 136 | forsake a good on ~account of long endurance of difficulties 252 2, 137 | longanimity, which may regard the long delay and ~accomplishment 253 2, 139 | condition of body, "so long as they are not prejudicial 254 2, 144 | much food ~a man takes, so long as he does it with due regard 255 2, 145 | not whether thou art a ~long or a short time in destroying 256 2, 145 | nourishment. Wherefore as long as the stage of growth lasts, ~ 257 2, 145 | pilgrimage at once, and of making long stages, or of doing much 258 2, 145 | much harm. Now it ~is not a long space of time from the sixth 259 2, 145 | substance of the humor remains a long time. Hence those who fast 260 2, 146 | says (Moral. xxx, 18): "As long as the ~vice of gluttony 261 2, 146 | forfeited by him: and as long as the belly is unrestrained, 262 2, 149 | De Civ. Dei i, 18), "so long as her mind ~holds to its 263 2, 150 | retaining its ~freshness, so long as it is not parched by 264 2, 152 | should abide with her a long time or even for a whole 265 2, 154 | occasion thereof, since, so long as the use of reason ~remains, 266 2, 154 | intermittent ~fever lasts as long as the humor is disturbed: 267 2, 156 | difficulty and endures a long time." But this apparently ~ 268 2, 156 | that anger endures ~too long; and this may happen in 269 2, 156 | inflicted injury, remains too long in a man's ~memory, the 270 2, 161 | body is not forfeited so ~long as the sanctity of the soul 271 2, 162 | our first parents ~lived a long time after their sin (Gn. 272 2, 162 | primitive state, that as long as his ~mind was subject 273 2, 162 | for ever" signifies "for a long time." For it was not expedient 274 2, 176 | not before or after so ~long a day, the Lord obeying 275 2, 178 | Hom. xiv in Ezech.): "As long as we live ~in this mortal 276 2, 178 | The mind does not remain ~long at rest in the sweetness 277 2, 178 | OBJ 2: No action can last long at its highest pitch. Now 278 2, 178 | contemplation cannot last ~long in this respect, it can 279 2, 178 | this respect, it can be of long duration as regards the 280 2, 179 | them be busy with the word, long for the ~sweetness of teaching, 281 2, 179 | something of the active life so long ~as the world lasts, from 282 2, 180 | able to contemplate ~God so long as they were undisturbed 283 2, 182 | this is not possible so long ~as we are on the way, but 284 2, 182 | which cannot be fulfilled so long as we are on the ~way, as 285 2, 182 | to those monks who after long residence ~in a monastery 286 2, 183 | retain the pastoral cure so long as he ~is able to procure 287 2, 183 | salvation of others. Hence so long as a man can be useful to 288 2, 183 | in his heart: My lord is ~long a-coming," which shows contempt 289 2, 183 | or others, he sins not so long as ~he observes moderation, 290 2, 183 | regard to those who after long residence in a monastery ~ 291 2, 186 | you have done [Vulg.: 'As long as you did it'] to one of ~ 292 2, 186 | external things. But so long as external ~things are 293 2, 186 | collected? Why, in days long ~gone by, when famine was 294 2, 187 | lawfully ~set it aside so long as he is able to fulfil 295 2, 187 | care of their subjects, as long as they retain their archdeaconry 296 2, 187 | fulfil what he has vowed, as long ~as he is able lawfully 297 2, 187 | tense, to fulfil his vow so long as the marriage is not ~ 298 2, 187 | previously deliberating for a long time?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 299 2, 187 | previously deliberating for a long time. For it is ~written ( 300 2, 187 | to enter religion without long deliberation ~beforehand 301 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Long deliberation and the advice 302 2, 187 | however, one should not take long deliberation. Wherefore 303 3, 1 | quit His ~throne for so long, and transfer the government 304 3, 2 | plainly a heresy ~condemned long since by the Church to say 305 3, 27 | contracted through an act. But as long as one is in the act ~of 306 3, 27 | cleansed from original sin as long as she was ~in the act of 307 3, 28 | first-fruits would not be due as long as there was no further ~ 308 3, 31 | the family ~of David, so long as we say that Mary was 309 3, 35 | ascribed to Chrysostom]), as long as the Jewish ~"people was 310 3, 36 | known to the Gentiles so long after His birth.~Aquin.: 311 3, 36 | the trouble to come such a long way for nothing. Consequently 312 3, 42 | by the painters: for as long as Christ lived ~in the 313 3, 46 | man's life for howsoever ~long a time. Hence the Philosopher 314 3, 46 | according to Jn. 9:5: "As long as I am in the world I am 315 3, 52 | should abide in hell as long as ~His body remained in 316 3, 52 | they did not go out as long as Christ remained in hell, 317 3, 52 | of each state. For, so long as men live here below, 318 3, 53 | of His own ~will, just so long as He deemed necessary for 319 3, 53 | resurrection, because so long as a man lives, subject 320 3, 57 | cannot receive the Spirit, so long as ye persist in knowing ~ 321 3, 61 | sacraments. But now, ~so long as we know "through a glass 322 3, 63 | is perpetual, enduring as long ~as the thing sanctified 323 3, 63 | subject. And since the soul as long as it is a ~wayfarer is 324 3, 64 | Church. Consequently, as long as the latter is tolerated ~ 325 3, 66 | much it may be changed, as long as the species of water 326 3, 67 | when the aforesaid are a ~long way off."~Aquin.: SMT TP 327 3, 68 | should be deferred for a long time.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] 328 3, 68 | have put on Christ." Now so long as a man ~wills to sin, 329 3, 68 | dispose ~a man for grace as long as he retains the will to 330 3, 68 | bonds of another's sin so long as he consent not with his 331 3, 68 | care of their parents as long as they ~cannot look after 332 3, 69 | from being washed away, ~so long as the heart persisted in 333 3, 71 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, so long as man is a subject of sin, 334 3, 72 | old age is ~not that of long time, nor counted by the 335 3, 72 | confer this ~sacrament, so long as the scandal was ended.~ 336 3, 76 | division, and therefore so long as quantity ~remains actually 337 3, 76 | consecrations irremovable so long as the consecrated things 338 3, 76 | but also in the future, so long as the sacramental species ~ 339 3, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, As long as a thing remains the same, 340 3, 76 | sacrament, continues for a long time; ~indeed, one reads 341 3, 77 | nor other ~accidents, so long as the substance of the 342 3, 77 | refreshment does not suffice long for a man, whose body ~needs 343 3, 77 | could be supported ~for long if he were to take hosts 344 3, 77 | abide in this ~sacrament so long as the species remain numerically 345 3, 79 | effect of this ~sacrament, as long as he retains an attachment 346 3, 80 | truth it belongs that so long as the species last, ~Christ' 347 3, 80 | But the species last so long as the substance ~of the 348 3, 80 | Christ's body remains just as long under the sacramental species ~ 349 3, 80 | be under the ~species, so long as those species remain, 350 3, 80 | remain, and that is, so long as the ~substance of bread 351 3, 80 | uncleanness be perpetual or of long ~standing, such as leprosy 352 3, 80 | uncleannesses, if perpetual or of long ~standing, do not hinder 353 3, 80 | Communion his whole life long.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 354 3, 83 | when no man can work; as long as I am in the world, I 355 3, 83 | consecrated hosts are kept so long that they become ~corrupt, 356 3, 83 | Christ's body is there so long as the ~species last, as 357 3, 87 | sin cannot be forgiven so long as the ~will is attached 358 Suppl, 4 | present state of life. For as long as one is a wayfarer, one 359 Suppl, 4 | lest, if it should last too long, man fall into ~despair, 360 Suppl, 6 | bound to confess it, so long as he remains in doubt, 361 Suppl, 7 | he has not the act, so long as ~he remains innocent. 362 Suppl, 13| suffer the punishment, as long as the other makes ~satisfaction 363 Suppl, 14| which is impossible so long as an obstacle to friendship ~ 364 Suppl, 16| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: So long as the power to sin remains, 365 Suppl, 20| absolution from sin, for as long as a man is ~excommunicated, 366 Suppl, 21| not receive the fruit so long as they remain under the ~ 367 Suppl, 24| the Church. Therefore so long as one remains, a man cannot 368 Suppl, 28| shall be done every year as long as entrance into the church 369 Suppl, 32| according to the Philosopher (De Long. et ~Brev. Vitae i). Therefore 370 Suppl, 33| remains consecrated, as long as the altar ~remains, hence 371 Suppl, 33| Sometimes a disease lasts long after the sacrament has ~ 372 Suppl, 33| some diseases do not last long; so that if this sacrament 373 Suppl, 33| hand some diseases are of long ~duration, as hectic fever, 374 Suppl, 36| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: So long as a minister of the Church 375 Suppl, 36| execution of his Order, as long as he is conscious of ~being 376 Suppl, 38| some said that heretics, so long as they are ~tolerated by 377 Suppl, 38| consecration can ~be taken away so long as the thing itself remains, 378 Suppl, 40| Gn. 37:23) to have had a ~long tunic - "talaric," because 379 Suppl, 40| belt by the girdle, the ~long or talaric garment by the 380 Suppl, 41| the ~parents' care for a long time, there is a very great 381 Suppl, 41| a ~precept is binding so long as it is not recalled. But 382 Suppl, 45| is valid, he ~cannot, as long as she lives, marry another. 383 Suppl, 47| conditionally, and holds so long as the condition holds. 384 Suppl, 51| Reply OBJ 8: No matter how long they have cohabited, unless 385 Suppl, 52| which is a lasting tie ~so long as this life lasts.~Aquin.: 386 Suppl, 54| copulation with its ~mother as long as he retains knowledge 387 Suppl, 55| together for all time as long as they live. Therefore ~ 388 Suppl, 55| it is not done away, as long as the persons ~between 389 Suppl, 55| ownership. Now after a long time a man may acquire by 390 Suppl, 55| fact ~excuses from sin, as long as it remains. Hence when 391 Suppl, 57| second is ~not, but only so long as the adopted person remains 392 Suppl, 59| of her husband only as ~long as he remained in the life 393 Suppl, 59| nowise be dissolved. But as long as a man is bound by ~marriage 394 Suppl, 59| divorces would be made all day long, since ~it is rare to find 395 Suppl, 61| the marriage tie. But as long as she remains tied ~to 396 Suppl, 62| husband dead on account of his long absence, has married ~again; 397 Suppl, 62| et Concup. i, 10), "as long as they live ~they are bound 398 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As long as a woman is subject to 399 Suppl, 64| instance a thing two cubits long and another two ~cubits 400 Suppl, 65| of the parents during a long period of time, the law 401 Suppl, 65| to dwell together for a long time, in ~order that together 402 Suppl, 67| sacrament of the Church, as long as it remains such it cannot 403 Suppl, 67| divine ~dispensation: and as long as that indissolubility 404 Suppl, 70| these ~cannot change so long as their subject remains. 405 Suppl, 70| subject. ~Therefore, since so long as the proper subject remains 406 Suppl, 72| gloss on ~Apoc. 6:11, "How long, O Lord," says: "They desire 407 Suppl, 72| again with ~those who died long before.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 408 Suppl, 72| it seems ~impossible, as long as the substantial forms 409 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, as long as the state of the way 410 Suppl, 72| of the human species, so long as it is separated from 411 Suppl, 72| against nature abide not for long, ~because they are violent, 412 Suppl, 74| state of incorruption, so long as there remains ~movement 413 Suppl, 74| sometimes alone it ~lasts as long a time as all the others." 414 Suppl, 75| healed in them (because ~so long as that sin remained they 415 Suppl, 79| of the image of color, so long as the pupil retains its ~ 416 Suppl, 81| It is ~clear that Z, as long as it is wholly in A is 417 Suppl, 81| or position: wherefore so long as it retains the nature ~ 418 Suppl, 85| mingled with the wicked, so long as this state of life ~is 419 Suppl, 85| etc. Since then it is a long time ~since these things 420 Suppl, 85| time. Yet it was already a long time since then: and ~sometimes 421 Suppl, 85| impossible to decide after how long a time it will ~take place, 422 Suppl, 85| not stated definitely how long this will last. ~Thus neither 423 Suppl, 85| sometimes it is seen to last as long as or even longer ~than 424 Suppl, 88| simply to be granted that ~as long as the earth is fit for 425 Suppl, 88| elect, it follows that ~as long as the latter is incomplete, 426 Suppl, 88| may continue in being as long as the movement of the heaven ~ 427 Suppl, 91| such compassion. But so long as sinners are in this world 428 Suppl, 93| perfection. ~Wherefore so long as this perfection remains, 429 Suppl, 93| prison, having been wounded long before, as in the case of 430 Suppl, 95| any lapse of time ~however long. Before the judgment day, 431 Suppl, 96| should punishment cease so long as ~guilt remains. ~Aquin.: 432 Appen1, 2| some accidental reward, ~so long as man remains in the state


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