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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | in Holy Writ no confusion results, for all the senses are ~ 2 1, 16 | sits. Hence the truth which results, ~varies, and is variously 3 1, 17 | the thing itself, falsity results from ~such an apprehension; 4 1, 19 | of two things, no action results unless it is inclined to 5 1, 30 | follows ~that a vicious circle results, confusing the mind and 6 1, 30 | the continuous; from this results number, which is a species ~ 7 1, 30 | and this kind of division results ~in a multitude, which does 8 1, 32 | showing the congruity of its results, as in astrology the theory 9 1, 37 | understood by anyone, there results in the one who understands 10 1, 37 | object, a certain impression results, so to speak, ~of the thing 11 1, 40 | thus in ~things created it results from their matter or their 12 1, 46 | potentiality to existence, which results from a form, and to ~non-existence, 13 1, 46 | to ~non-existence, which results from privation of form. 14 1, 48 | Reply OBJ 1: Although fault results in pain, as merit in reward, 15 1, 54 | belong to the whole species, results from the matter, which is ~ 16 1, 60 | 1 ~On the contrary, Love results from knowledge; for, nothing 17 1, 65 | consequently all inequality results from the different movements 18 1, 69 | first day. And ~since time results from the movement of the 19 1, 73 | of the whole; which form results from the whole having its ~ 20 1, 76 | intellectual soul there ~results unity of existence; so that 21 1, 77 | operates by the power which results ~from the substantial form. 22 1, 77 | resultance; thus ~one thing results naturally from another, 23 1, 37 | understood by anyone, there results in the one who understands 24 1, 37 | object, a certain impression results, so to speak, ~of the thing 25 1, 40 | thus in ~things created it results from their matter or their 26 1, 47 | potentiality to existence, which results from a form, and to ~non-existence, 27 1, 47 | to ~non-existence, which results from privation of form. 28 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 1: Although fault results in pain, as merit in reward, 29 1, 55 | belong to the whole species, results from the matter, which is ~ 30 1, 61 | 1~On the contrary, Love results from knowledge; for, nothing 31 1, 66 | consequently all inequality ~results from the different movements 32 1, 70 | first day. And ~since time results from the movement of the 33 1, 72 | of the whole; which form results from the whole having its ~ 34 1, 75 | intellectual soul there ~results unity of existence; so that 35 1, 76 | operates by the power which results ~from the substantial form. 36 1, 76 | resultance; thus ~one thing results naturally from another, 37 1, 77 | But the "animal ~appetite" results from the form apprehended; 38 1, 77 | belongs to a simple body or results from complexity. But none 39 1, 78 | the ~intellectual power results from the immateriality of 40 1, 78 | habit is something which results from acts. But every power 41 1, 83 | they spoke, the various results do not exist save in ~potentiality. 42 1, 84 | intention of universality results from the mode of understanding ~ 43 1, 85 | in us habitual knowledge results from actual consideration: 44 1, 85 | matter; whereas necessity ~results from form, because whatever 45 1, 99 | to God, which subjection ~results from sanctifying grace, 46 1, 102 | of this is that no effect results outside the order of ~a 47 1, 103 | arrangement of the ~materials, and results from the natural qualities 48 1, 103 | cause of ~"being" which results from that form; but it will 49 1, 103 | OBJ 1: "Being" naturally results from the form of a creature, ~ 50 1, 103 | Divine action; just as light results from the ~diaphanous nature 51 1, 104 | any body whatever, either results from a form, as the movements 52 1, 104 | give the movement which results from that form; for fire 53 1, 104 | that, From each cause there results a certain order to its ~ 54 1, 104 | multiplicity of causes, there results a multiplicity of orders, 55 1, 114 | demons produce ~certain results by employing with a hidden 56 1, 114 | the ~production of certain results, we speak of the demons 57 1, 114 | Further, an agent's effect results of necessity in matter, 58 1, 114 | cause. Consequently what results from this clashing of ~causes 59 1, 117 | would follow that man ~who results from this union is a being 60 2, 2 | happiness, from which honor results, as stated above. ~Wherefore 61 2, 2 | neither is delight, which results from the ~perfect good, 62 2, 2 | even in that ~way. For it results from a good apprehended 63 2, 2 | but that every delight results from some ~good, and that 64 2, 2 | good, and that some delight results from that which is the essential 65 2, 3 | intellect: but the delight that results from happiness pertains 66 2, 4 | the attainment of which results in ~delight: wherefore its 67 2, 4 | delight in the end now present results from love, as already ~stated ( 68 2, 4 | to be there, love of him ~results from perfect love of God. 69 2, 5 | the will, of necessity, ~results from that vision as was 70 2, 7 | commensurateness, which results from the due circumstances. 71 2, 7 | not a circumstance, but ~results from all the circumstances. 72 2, 8 | since every inclination results from a form, ~the natural 73 2, 8 | form, ~the natural appetite results from a form existing in 74 2, 9 | movement of the movable results from motion of the mover. 75 2, 10 | that which belongs ~to, or results from, movement, in regard 76 2, 13 | choice, as to that which results ~from it.~Aquin.: SMT FS 77 2, 13 | stated (A[1], ad 2), choice results from the ~decision or judgment 78 2, 15 | manner on the delight that results. But in so far as the act 79 2, 17 | command of reason: since it results from the ~local movement 80 2, 17 | like a proper accident, it results from life, which follows ~ 81 2, 17 | heavy and light ~things results from their substantial form: 82 2, 18 | or evil; secondly, what results from the good or evil of 83 2, 18 | latter event, an evil action results from the end in view.~Aquin.: 84 2, 18 | those ways: since ~"evil results from any single defect, 85 2, 18 | the same specific effect results from a good and from an 86 2, 19 | that time. And then evil results, not from his ~willing that 87 2, 19 | says (Div. Nom. iv), "good results from the ~entire cause, 88 2, 19 | stated (A[6], ad 1), "evil results from ~each particular defect, 89 2, 20 | action. Now that which ~results from the material and formal 90 2, 20 | specifically ~better, if better results can follow from it; and 91 2, 20 | nature to produce worse results. On the other hand, if the ~ 92 2, 20 | cause, not by that which results by accident.~Aquin.: SMT 93 2, 23 | of Physics. Now ~approach results from the apprehension of 94 2, 24 | and thus the passion that results in consequence, in the ~ 95 2, 25 | self-vindication, that ~results from sadness, is the movement 96 2, 25 | its movement from evil ~results from this. For the movement 97 2, 26 | gives it the movement that ~results from the form. Thus the 98 2, 26 | and from this complacency results a movement towards that 99 2, 32 | they banish sadness which results from labor.~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 35 | being perceived, there ~results the passion of pain in the 101 2, 35 | both pain and whatever else results from love, forasmuch as 102 2, 35 | nature, ~while the other results in a kind of discomfort.~~ 103 2, 35 | of what ~we love, sorrow results, which is caused either 104 2, 36 | Augustine ~says that pain results from the loss of temporal 105 2, 39 | Now ~every virtuous good results from these two things, the 106 2, 40 | of the natural ~appetite results from the apprehension of 107 2, 44 | soul. ~Consequently there results a contraction in this appetite, 108 2, 45 | therefore, that daring results from hope; since it is in 109 2, 45 | it boldly. ~But despair results from fear: since the reason 110 2, 45 | stated above (AA[1],2) daring results from hope and is ~contrary 111 2, 45 | heat in the ~heart that results therefrom." He says also 112 2, 48 | Fide Orth. ii, 16) that it "results from ~an exhalation of the 113 2, 50 | moisture and dryness, there results a change as to sickness 114 2, 52 | the multiplication of food results at ~last in an increase 115 2, 53 | Further, all corruption results from some movement. But 116 2, 53 | or diminution of a habit results through ~cessation from 117 2, 59 | as about something that results from ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 118 2, 59 | passion. ~Nevertheless, joy results from the act of justice; 119 2, 63 | rectification of the appetite which results through ~the appetite partaking 120 2, 66 | connection among moral virtues results from ~prudence, and, as 121 2, 66 | than either one. Now hope results from something added to ~ 122 2, 67 | possesses certitude which ~results from the understanding of 123 2, 69 | contempt of honors, which results from humility. ~Secondly, 124 2, 71 | than for evil, since ~"good results from a whole and entire 125 2, 71 | entire cause, whereas evil results from ~each single defect," 126 2, 72 | disorder of death ~which results from the destruction of 127 2, 72 | says (Div. Nom. iv), "evil results from ~each single defect." 128 2, 72 | each circumstance there ~results a corresponding species 129 2, 73 | from the rule of reason results ~from man's turning away 130 2, 73 | punishable for the evil ~results of his action if it be unlawful. 131 2, 74 | since every delectation results from some action, as stated 132 2, 74 | operation from which it results, and to the object in which 133 2, 74 | the action itself, which results in delectation, is the object ~ 134 2, 74 | delectation in the ~thought itself results from the inclination of 135 2, 75 | lack of order in the act ~results from the lack of direction 136 2, 75 | appetite for food. Yet sin results in being unnatural from 137 2, 76 | drunkenness, and the sin which results from ~his drunkenness: and 138 2, 77 | from which he turns, which results accidentally from his turning 139 2, 81 | suffering are the necessary results of matter. Now liability 140 2, 82 | inordinate bodily movements results indirectly from bodily ~ 141 2, 85 | that a man sins, there results a diminution of that good 142 2, 85 | inclination of that matter there results corruptibility in the whole. 143 2, 85 | breakable and inclined to rust, results from the natural disposition 144 2, 89 | hinders the comeliness that ~results from acts of virtue.~Aquin.: 145 2, 91 | above, but according as it results from the justice of the 146 2, 103 | sin; but this ~weakness results from their being needy, 147 2, 105 | seems to be that which results in death. Therefore it is 148 2, 5 | understanding of principles results from man's very ~nature, 149 2, 5 | shared by all: whereas faith results from the ~gift of grace, 150 2, 13 | malice, in so far as it ~results from the inclination of 151 2, 13 | whereas, in so far as it results from a special ~contempt 152 2, 16 | OBJ 2: Further, no virtue results from merits, since "God 153 2, 18 | submission to God, ~whatever results from this submission belongs 154 2, 22 | rejoice ~about him, since joy results from love, as stated above ( 155 2, 22 | species, an accident which ~results from the principles of its 156 2, 22 | whereas an accident that ~results from a participation of 157 2, 23 | increase in bodily quantity results from addition; ~for the 158 2, 23 | form. Now nothing greater results ~from the addition of one 159 2, 23 | ensues, or so that ~blackness results. Secondly, on the part of 160 2, 27 | the spiritual joy, which results from charity, is compatible 161 2, 27 | that the spiritual joy that results from charity is ~compatible 162 2, 28 | object; while the other results from one's own appetite 163 2, 28 | OBJ 3: Just as pleasure results from hope and memory of 164 2, 28 | A[4]). Now ~mercy, also, results from charity; for it is 165 2, 30 | visit ~the sick," or it results from an external cause, 166 2, 31 | weak, on the contrary it results from it. For a man bears 167 2, 33 | from such like contempt results ~sloth, because we sorrow 168 2, 35 | Q[29], AA[1],3) concord results from charity, in as much 169 2, 36 | sometimes the occasion of good results.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] A[ 170 2, 37 | intended, and that which results beside ~the intention, is, 171 2, 37 | between man and God that results from sin is ~not intended 172 2, 37 | the contrary, That which results from an addition to something 173 2, 37 | good or in evil. Now heresy results from ~something being added 174 2, 39 | aroused, and then his anger results in quarrel and ~strife.~ 175 2, 41 | is ~the stumbling that results in downfall.~Aquin.: SMT 176 2, 41 | sin, when the stumbling results in a ~downfall, for instance, 177 2, 42 | greater than that which results ~from it. Therefore man 178 2, 44 | much to the folly which results from a bodily ~impediment. 179 2, 45 | to nature. Now prudence ~results from age, according to Job 180 2, 45 | experience required by prudence results not from memory ~alone, 181 2, 49 | good judgment of ~virtue results from the habits of moral 182 2, 51 | Div. Nom. iv) that "evil results from ~each single defect." 183 2, 51 | judges the truth of the results of research by tracing those 184 2, 51 | research by tracing those results back ~to the first indemonstrable 185 2, 55 | by comparing it with what results from it, ~is proper to reason, 186 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: Irregularity results from the act though sinless 187 2, 62 | the act whence ~sometimes results the taking of a man's life.~ 188 2, 62 | something whence homicide results whereas he ought to ~remove 189 2, 62 | of murder, if his ~action results in someone's death.~Aquin.: 190 2, 62 | unlawful: ~wherefore if there results the death either of the 191 2, 70 | two ways: for since honor results from excellence, one person ~ 192 2, 75 | silver can produce certain results by their natural action, ~ 193 2, 77 | demeritorious, because "good results from an entire cause, whereas 194 2, 81 | frequently witness the unhappy results; splendid marriages, ~which 195 2, 87 | oath would lead to evil results since it would ~be contrary 196 2, 87 | the obligation of an oath ~results from the truth of God Whose 197 2, 87 | because greater stability results from "two immutable things" [* 198 2, 88 | order to obtain certain results: thus we read of the ~Blessed 199 2, 90 | says (Div. Nom. iv), "good results from a ~cause that is one 200 2, 93 | ii, 20,23), ~"whatever results from fellowship between 201 2, 93 | something. But all divination results ~from the demons' operation, 202 2, 93 | to spiritual ~health that results from the research of the 203 2, 93 | for sortilege and their results are not subject to the ~ 204 2, 94 | that this art achieves its results ~through God: and consequently 205 2, 94 | the stars," as though the results ~of the magic arts were 206 2, 108 | every respect: because good results from a ~complete cause, 207 2, 108 | complete cause, while evil results from any single defect, 208 2, 110 | by arrogance, it ~often results that outwardly he boasts 209 2, 115 | unfrequently, the fear of want that results from the experience of want ~ 210 2, 116 | sin of the flesh, for it results from the ~corruption of 211 2, 121 | in the body, or at least results from the ~temperament of 212 2, 121 | the latter which properly results from ~deeds of virtue, since 213 2, 123 | that any kind of despair results from any kind of fear, but 214 2, 124 | temporal evils, and which results from the love of temporal 215 2, 125 | except in so far ~as it results in harm either to the daring 216 2, 127 | For quickness of movement results from a man being intent 217 2, 127 | virtue: but further adornment results ~from the very greatness 218 2, 139 | the passions that ~precede results in moderation of the passions 219 2, 139 | pleasures. And since pleasure results from a natural operation, ~ 220 2, 139 | greater according as it results from a more natural ~operation. 221 2, 139 | pleasure of touch, that results essentially from the use 222 2, 139 | pleasure that essentially results ~therefrom pertain to the 223 2, 139 | whereas the pleasure of touch results essentially from the use 224 2, 141 | he says that "temperance results in modesty, ~shamefacedness, 225 2, 142 | many ~such acts a habit results. But a habit of praiseworthy 226 2, 142 | shamelessness, in so ~far as it results from excessive love of disgraceful 227 2, 142 | especially that ~which results from sin. Hence the more 228 2, 143 | iv), beauty or comeliness results from the concurrence of 229 2, 145 | demands of growth, which results from the ~residuum of nourishment. 230 2, 145 | their consumption ~there results a greater surplus available 231 2, 146 | of eating: and if injury results to his body, this is ~accidental. 232 2, 146 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sin results from a man forsaking the 233 2, 146 | understanding." For unseemly joy ~results from every sin, according 234 2, 146 | gluttony, which are the results of ~eating and drinking 235 2, 146 | part of the soul ~these results are of four kinds. First, 236 2, 146 | in the act or end of sin results from every sin, ~especially 237 2, 147 | drink wine: sometimes ~it results from the mode of drinking, 238 2, 148 | if the drunkenness that ~results from that act be without 239 2, 148 | point of the defect that results from ~it, as stated above.~ 240 2, 151 | the part of the will there results a twofold inordinate act. 241 2, 152 | object, which difference results from different ~modes of 242 2, 154 | the body. But incontinence results from the bodily ~temperament: 243 2, 154 | as in women. ~And these results are due to the fact that 244 2, 154 | Nevertheless greater ~ignorance results thus in the intemperate 245 2, 154 | because the ~movement of anger results more from the bodily temperament 246 2, 154 | concupiscence. Now ~that which results from the natural disposition 247 2, 155 | him in themselves. Now it results from one man loving ~another 248 2, 155 | Q[30], A[2]): and this results from friendship ~which makes 249 2, 156 | movement of anger, ~that results from its impetuousness, 250 2, 156 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Murder results from hatred and envy no 251 2, 156 | passion of sorrow, which results from an ~injury inflicted.~ 252 2, 159 | chiefly the likeness that ~results from the mode of the virtue. 253 2, 160 | observed that all excellence results ~from a good possessed. 254 2, 161 | be observed in sin. one ~results from the very species of 255 2, 161 | The other gravity of sin results from ~some circumstance 256 2, 162 | nature of the human ~body results from a natural necessity, 257 2, 162 | other defect is that which ~results accidentally from this punishment; 258 2, 162 | subjection of woman to man" results from the perfection of the 259 2, 166 | operations of reason, there results in consequence a certain ~ 260 2, 169 | greater ~than that which results from the light of natural 261 2, 171 | multiplicity of visions results, not from a diversity of 262 2, 171 | phantasms, which change results from the enlightening ~action 263 2, 171 | immediately by God, sometimes it results from ~pictures in the imagination, 264 2, 171 | movement of the prophetic mind results not from its own ~power, 265 2, 172 | disapproval." For that which results from every ~prophecy should 266 2, 172 | place; and "ecstasy," which results from the mind being ~uplifted 267 2, 174 | from its very perfection it results that in this ~imperfect 268 2, 176 | the working of miracles results from faith - either of ~ 269 2, 178 | our faculties: hence it results ~from the contemplation 270 2, 181 | of the Church, for this results from the unity of faith, ~ 271 2, 181 | their formal diversity which results from ~diverse species of 272 2, 181 | servant of justice or sin ~results from his efforts, as the 273 2, 181 | OBJ 1: Freedom from sin results from charity which "is poured ~ 274 2, 182 | but the difficulty that results from ~outward obstacles 275 2, 183 | others, as when scandal ~results from a certain person being 276 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It results from the words quoted that 277 2, 186 | follows that their ~action results from their contemplation 278 2, 186 | vainglory or elation which results from riches, according to 279 2, 187 | natural, ~while slavery results from the curse of sin, as 280 3, 2 | taken place) one Christ results, but endeavors from ~these 281 3, 2 | that ~from two natures one results; but that the Nature of 282 3, 2 | of nature and ~person - results in each individual - of 283 3, 2 | A[8]). Unity of person results ~from them, however, inasmuch 284 3, 2 | the union of soul and body results the nature of ~the human 285 3, 2 | Further, from union there results one. But from the union 286 3, 2 | Divine and human nature there results what is one ~in person only. 287 3, 3 | by inherence one spirit results," according to 1 Cor. 6: 288 3, 3 | of the Incarnation, there results a ~communication of the 289 3, 6 | OBJ 3: Further, the whole results from the union of parts. 290 3, 9 | towards science, which results from demonstrative syllogisms. 291 3, 14 | with this necessity, which results from the matter, ~Christ' 292 3, 14 | it." And this necessity results from the principles of human 293 3, 14 | the first is remote, and results from the material ~principles 294 3, 15 | for the soul's ailment results from sin, as is plain from 295 3, 15 | Metaph. i, 2) that wonder results when we see an effect ~without 296 3, 22 | priesthood is that ~which results from the sacrifice itself. 297 3, 26 | generation, and are the results of the privation ~of original 298 3, 30 | weakened; ~and from this results the aforesaid disturbance: 299 3, 30 | dignity of the Mother of God results from the ~child she conceived. 300 3, 31 | the integrity of which results therefrom: and consequently 301 3, 31 | Now, specific likeness results not from remote but from ~ 302 3, 35 | that from both, one ~person results. Yet we do not say that 303 3, 39 | has such properties, it results that it ~signifies the Holy 304 3, 42 | it was deprived of its results; for it is ~written (Lk. 305 3, 50 | death of the ~man or animal results from the separation of the 306 3, 59 | completion in ~itself and in its results: because many actions appear 307 3, 63 | objection runs; while the latter results from the ~sacramental character. 308 3, 63 | respect of the free-will, it results that grace ~is in the soul 309 3, 65 | decrease in numbers that results from ~death.~Aquin.: SMT 310 3, 66 | Consequently, one Baptism results from the intention of the ~ 311 3, 69 | spiritual movement which results from the instinct of grace. 312 3, 76 | multiplying ~of such images results in the broken mirror on 313 3, 77 | some form is in matter, it ~results that by corruption the form 314 3, 77 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Hardness results from density; therefore, 315 3, 85 | hope. Therefore penance results from hope rather than from 316 3, 85 | precedes. Therefore penance results from fear.~Aquin.: SMT TP 317 3, 85 | that the act of penance results from servile ~fear as from 318 3, 85 | so the fact that penance ~results from fear does not hinder 319 3, 85 | On the contrary, Penance results from faith, hope, and charity, 320 3, 90 | than for evil, "which results from each single ~defect," 321 Suppl, 3 | Therefore ~the sorrow which results in the sensitive part from 322 Suppl, 3 | tempers the sorrow that results from the reason in the ~ 323 Suppl, 3 | the sorrow of contrition results from the love of ~charity. 324 Suppl, 4 | the sensitive part, and results from the ~former: and as 325 Suppl, 4 | the ~sorrow of contrition results from charity, as stated 326 Suppl, 7 | OBJ 4: Since confession results from hope rather than from 327 Suppl, 8 | of his punishment which results from the power of ~the keys; 328 Suppl, 19| possession of the keys results from having orders. But 329 Suppl, 19| which we receive from Christ results ~from the character whereby 330 Suppl, 19| Christ, whereas in Christ ~it results not from a character, but 331 Suppl, 19| as the power of the keys results from orders, so does the 332 Suppl, 20| understood of the power which results from receiving ~orders, 333 Suppl, 22| The power of consecration results from the power of the ~character 334 Suppl, 22| of excommunication which results ~from jurisdiction, for 335 Suppl, 29| not such that it always ~results from the minister's prayer, 336 Suppl, 34| far as difference of grace results in ~them from difference 337 Suppl, 34| of nature. But in them it results directly from ~their difference 338 Suppl, 34| denotes the degree which results in the ~order taken in the 339 Suppl, 37| receiving Divine things, which results from the human species, 340 Suppl, 38| forgiveness of sins which results from grace, and consequently 341 Suppl, 42| since no sanctification results ~from them. Therefore grace 342 Suppl, 42| with the form of ~words results immediately not in the infusion 343 Suppl, 43| marriages are ~wont to have evil results; unless the parties be bound 344 Suppl, 43| complete self-control; it results rather from the movement ~ 345 Suppl, 45| matrimony, a ~certain obligation results from the words expressing 346 Suppl, 45| forbidden on account of the evil results to which they are ~liable, 347 Suppl, 47| And since this compulsion results from one's fear of ~a threatening 348 Suppl, 47| marriage, but only when evil results are feared from its dissolution. 349 Suppl, 54| Since then consanguinity ~results from this power being communicated 350 Suppl, 54| things a different degree results from the ~addition of one 351 Suppl, 55| inquiry:~(1) Whether affinity results from matrimony?~(2) Whether 352 Suppl, 55| OBJ 3: Further, a relation results sometimes from a movement 353 Suppl, 55| both extremes. Sometimes it results from the movement ~of one 354 Suppl, 55| one way when a relation ~results from the movement of one 355 Suppl, 55| another way when the relation results from the movement of one 356 Suppl, 55| of ~the other; thus there results equality between two men 357 Suppl, 55| relation of brotherhood ~which results in a grown child on the 358 Suppl, 55| time it happens ~that there results in him the aforesaid relation 359 Suppl, 55| stock as the husband, there results in him affinity with the ~ 360 Suppl, 55| relationship between persons that results from carnal ~intercourse 361 Suppl, 55| relationship of persons which results from carnal intercourse 362 Suppl, 55| Consequently affinity results from the marriage contract 363 Suppl, 55| and in like manner ~there results from betrothal, which is 364 Suppl, 55| nor anything akin ~to it results because the betrothal is 365 Suppl, 55| from such a contract there results the ~impediment called " 366 Suppl, 55| an assembly of men there results in her acts ~something of 367 Suppl, 56| no spiritual relationship results from preaching. Neither 368 Suppl, 56| Therefore spiritual relationship results from the preaching ~of the 369 Suppl, 56| any spiritual relationship results between them whereby ~they 370 Suppl, 56| no spiritual relationship results between godfather ~and godmother, 371 Suppl, 57| no tie of relationship results from persons conferring 372 Suppl, 57| Therefore no tie of relationship results from adoption.~Aquin.: SMT 373 Suppl, 57| a kind ~of relationship results from adoption, namely legal 374 Suppl, 57| adoption." Therefore adoption results in a tie which is ~an impediment 375 Suppl, 63| the due matter - which ~results from the parties having 376 Suppl, 65| In certain cases no evil results ensue if a person ~surrenders 377 Suppl, 66| 1/1~Whether irregularity results from bigamy, when one husband 378 Suppl, 66| Wherefore since irregularity results from marriage, it cannot 379 Suppl, 70| body in so far as there results one thing from the ~soul 380 Suppl, 70| suffering than that which results from imaginary vision, since 381 Suppl, 70| with it, whereas the former results from false fancies ~which 382 Suppl, 70| that from their union there results one ~thing simply: and the 383 Suppl, 71| efficacy of the suffrages that results from ~the action as proceeding 384 Suppl, 72| that nature and whatever results from that ~nature (Phys. 385 Suppl, 76| from which the mixture ~results. Therefore the form of a 386 Suppl, 76| Secondly, because human nature results from union of ~parts. Now 387 Suppl, 76| the whole specific nature results therefrom. According to 388 Suppl, 77| the ~multiplication that results from generation, must needs 389 Suppl, 77| the first radical humors ~results in the whole mixture not 390 Suppl, 78| contrary, Natural quantity results from each individual's nature. ~ 391 Suppl, 79| because "increase ~of passion results in loss of substance" [* 392 Suppl, 79| otherwise that all passion results from the agent overcoming 393 Suppl, 79| 1~OBJ 5: Further. seeing results from the pupil receiving 394 Suppl, 80| occupying each a distinct place results from the ~nature of dimensive 395 Suppl, 80| the aforesaid necessity ~results in placed matter, so that 396 Suppl, 81| Sometimes ~again the resistance results from both, as may be seen 397 Suppl, 81| movable to the mover, that results from ~opposition to such 398 Suppl, 82| the clarity of that body results from the density of the 399 Suppl, 82| clarity of the glorified body results from the merit of ~the will 400 Suppl, 83| the lack of limbs that ~results from mutilation, as well 401 Suppl, 83| increase of passion ~results in loss of substance." Now " 402 Suppl, 89| being) and matter, there ~results one thing simply, so from 403 Suppl, 89| intellect itself, there results one thing ~intelligibly. 404 Suppl, 89| Reply OBJ 4: All knowledge results from some kind of abstraction 405 Suppl, 89| OBJ 4: Defective knowledge results not only from excess and ~ 406 Suppl, 90| whole - namely, man who results from the union of soul and ~ 407 Suppl, 92| in so far as one thing results from their spiritual union. ~ 408 Suppl, 93| Hence ~something principal results in the effect with reference 409 Suppl, 93| which is the aurea, there results a certain ~comeliness in 410 Suppl, 93| joy ~in the aureole there results a certain bodily comeliness: 411 Suppl, 94| contrary, Corporeal weeping results from dissolving into tears. ~ 412 Suppl, 95| the number of the damned results in ~an increase of each 413 Appen1, 1| death the pain of sense results from the power of the ~natural 414 Appen1, 2| in Christ, which excess results from the corruption of ~ 415 Appen1, 2| proneness of the fomes, ~sin results in the mind; wherefore even 416 Appen2, 1| not a perfect cause, but results from each single ~defect:


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