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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | which he sees; and thence arises wonder ~in men. But if the 2 1, 22 | things which are done by them arises from a deficiency in himself. 3 1, 23 | and inequality in them arises ~from the merits or demerits 4 1, 29 | answer that, A difficulty arises concerning the meaning of 5 1, 30 | plurality of persons in God arises from the plurality of the 6 1, 31 | substance, Ep. lvii.], a ~heresy arises from words wrongly used, 7 1, 32 | can be cited. The first arises from the ~obstinacy of heretics. 8 1, 41 | disposition by ~movement evidently arises from some cause. Hence action, 9 1, 42 | as an external coffer arises from the one in the mind. 10 1, 45 | The doubt on this subject arises from the forms which, ~some 11 1, 53 | it was before, and thence arises ~continuity in its local 12 1, 55 | Next in order, the question arises as to the medium of the 13 1, 62 | his beatitude. For ~merit arises from the difficulty of the 14 1, 73 | consequently to the labor that arises from movement. But although ~ 15 1, 77 | Whether one power of the soul arises from another?~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 77 | Further, the power of the soul arises from the soul as an ~accident 17 1, 77 | opposite; but ~everything arises from that which is like 18 1, 41 | disposition by ~movement evidently arises from some cause. Hence action, 19 1, 42 | as an external coffer arises from the one in the mind. 20 1, 46 | The doubt on this subject arises from the forms which, ~some 21 1, 54 | it was before, and thence arises ~continuity in its local 22 1, 56 | Next in order, the question arises as to the medium of the 23 1, 63 | his beatitude. For ~merit arises from the difficulty of the 24 1, 72 | consequently to the labor that arises from movement. But although ~ 25 1, 76 | Whether one power of the soul arises from another?~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 76 | Further, the power of the soul arises from the soul as an ~accident 27 1, 76 | opposite; but ~everything arises from that which is like 28 1, 77 | Reply OBJ 3: As one power arises from the soul by means of 29 1, 78 | Reply OBJ 3: Intelligence arises from memory, as act from 30 1, 80 | reason of the strife which arises from hatred, it may belong 31 1, 81 | will to cross the sea, ~arises in the will the necessity 32 1, 81 | everything, and ~every movement arises from something immovable.~ 33 1, 84 | knowledge in some degree arises from sensible ~knowledge: 34 1, 84 | first principles from which ~arises infallible truth in the 35 1, 85 | he runs. ~Now contingency arises from matter, for contingency 36 1, 86 | knowledge of the habit arises from its being present, 37 1, 86 | knowledge of the habit arises from a careful inquiry, 38 1, 88 | in solving this question arises from the ~fact that the 39 1, 88 | here again a difficulty arises. ~For since nature is always 40 1, 88 | actions from which knowledge arises. For "habits are like the 41 1, 90 | observe that such defect arises as a necessary ~result of 42 1, 91 | OBJ 3: A certain affinity arises from natural generation, 43 1, 96 | Philosopher says (De Gener. i, 5), arises from the fact that the humor ~ 44 1, 102 | the dissolution of a thing arises from defect ~therein. Therefore 45 1, 104 | 2: The order of justice arises by relation to the First 46 1, 104 | derived from admiration, which arises ~when an effect is manifest, 47 1, 107 | This diversity of order arises from the diversity of offices 48 1, 110 | the imaginative movement arises from the impressions preserved ~ 49 2, 2 | desires honor above all else, arises from his ~natural desire 50 2, 2 | desire for sensible delight arises from ~the fact that operations 51 2, 6 | animals ~no new movement arises that is not preceded by 52 2, 6 | ignorance of evil choice," and ~arises from some passion or habit: 53 2, 14 | which certainty in us ~arises from the inquiry of counsel. 54 2, 14 | acts admits of no doubt, arises ~from a twofold source. 55 2, 17 | impulse of man to action arises from the directing ~reason; 56 2, 17 | of the irrational animal arises from natural instinct; because 57 2, 17 | Now imperfect command arises from the fact that the reason 58 2, 19 | is evil; since this error arises from ignorance of the ~Divine 59 2, 19 | evil: because this error ~arises from ignorance of a circumstance, 60 2, 19 | Moreover, opposition of wills arises from men willing different ~ 61 2, 23 | order, diversity of ~genus arises from diversity in the potentiality 62 2, 23 | while ~diversity of species arises from diversity of form in 63 2, 25 | daring: because daring arises from the hope of victory, 64 2, 25 | hope of victory, and fear arises ~from the despair of overcoming. 65 2, 25 | overcoming. Lastly, anger arises from daring: for no ~one 66 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 1: Because anger arises from the other passions, 67 2, 25 | principal passion, because it arises from daring.~ 68 2, 26 | there is an appetite which arises from an apprehension ~existing, 69 2, 27 | twofold. One kind of ~likeness arises from each thing having the 70 2, 27 | Another kind of likeness arises from one thing having potentially ~ 71 2, 27 | something, or rest in something, arises from ~some kinship or aptness 72 2, 28 | friendship; each of these arises from a kind of apprehension ~ 73 2, 28 | whatever way we take it, arises from the intensity ~of love. 74 2, 28 | becomes hateful. Thus zeal arises from love of good. But ~ 75 2, 28 | the ~love of such things arises the zeal of envy. But it 76 2, 29 | cause. Now every hatred arises from some love as its cause, 77 2, 29 | intellectual part, since it arises ~from the universal apprehension 78 2, 30 | the animal appetite, which arises from ~apprehension, belongs 79 2, 30 | formal, in so far as it arises from a difference in ~the 80 2, 31 | having been moved; ~for it arises from good already gained. 81 2, 31 | from this ~perception there arises a certain movement of the 82 2, 31 | A[3]), a certain delight arises from the ~apprehension of 83 2, 31 | stated above (A[1]), pleasure arises from union with a ~suitable 84 2, 31 | 2: Bodily transmutation arises more from bodily pleasures, ~ 85 2, 32 | greatest pleasure is that which arises from sensation which requires 86 2, 32 | former not; while ~pleasure arises from an operation which 87 2, 33 | bodily pleasure; for this arises, not from the act of reason, ~ 88 2, 33 | contrary, pleasure that arises from the act of ~reason, 89 2, 34 | concluded that all pleasure arises from some "becoming" and 90 2, 34 | OBJ 1: Not every pleasure arises from a "becoming"; for some ~ 91 2, 35 | heart. Because outward pain arises from a cause repugnant to 92 2, 35 | does. But ~outward pain arises from the real conjunction 93 2, 35 | contrary; whereas inward sorrow arises from the apprehended likeness 94 2, 35 | appetite. Again, outward pain arises from an ~apprehension of 95 2, 35 | touch; while inward pain arises from an ~interior apprehension, 96 2, 35 | directly. Because ~inward pain arises from something being repugnant 97 2, 35 | itself, ~while outward pain arises from something being repugnant 98 2, 37 | Reply OBJ 3: External pain arises from hurt done to the body, 99 2, 37 | which they ~imply, and which arises from the absence of the 100 2, 38 | suitable good; while ~sorrow arises from something unsuited 101 2, 38 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, sorrow arises from every evil affecting 102 2, 39 | Just as sorrow for an evil arises from a right will and ~reason, 103 2, 39 | present. The other movement arises in the appetite to the ~ 104 2, 40 | regards a possible good, there arises in man a ~twofold movement 105 2, 40 | the good, ~whereas despair arises from some evil that is in 106 2, 40 | great hopes; while folly arises from inexperience. Therefore ~ 107 2, 41 | Rhet. ii, 5) that ~fear arises "from the representation 108 2, 41 | fear, because just as hope arises from the desire of good, 109 2, 41 | desire of good, so fear arises ~from avoidance of evil; 110 2, 41 | while avoidance of evil arises from the desire of ~good, 111 2, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, fear arises from love, as stated above ( 112 2, 41 | burdens his nature: and hence arises "laziness," ~as when a man 113 2, 41 | wit, some unwonted ~evil arises before us, and on that account 114 2, 41 | and that stupor which ~arises from an unwonted evil. Or 115 2, 42 | evil of nature sometimes arises from a ~natural cause; and 116 2, 42 | sometimes evil ~of nature arises from a non-natural cause; 117 2, 42 | extent not. For since fear arises "from ~the imagination of 118 2, 42 | of sin, in so far as it arises from that extrinsic ~cause: 119 2, 42 | disgrace or ignominy which arises ~therefrom, and which is 120 2, 42 | own will. Now fear partly arises from an extrinsic cause, 121 2, 44 | reason of which is that fear arises from the imagination ~of 122 2, 45 | certain situation: hence there arises the movement of daring to 123 2, 46 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, anger arises from sorrow; wherefore the 124 2, 46 | anger ~does. Because anger arises from an emotion of the soul 125 2, 46 | The reason is that hatred arises from our considering a ~ 126 2, 46 | is ~a kind of anger that arises and subsides intermittently"; 127 2, 48 | that the movement of anger arises from a wrong done ~that 128 2, 60 | differs ~according as it arises from a contract, a promise, 129 2, 72 | different circumstances arises ~from different motives: 130 2, 73 | whence the notion of guilt arises; and for this reason ~it 131 2, 77 | disease. Therefore ~a sin that arises from passion should be called 132 2, 77 | being ~that an impediment arises in the aforesaid manner 133 2, 77 | of evil: for every sin ~arises either from inordinate desire 134 2, 78 | habits. Therefore a sin that arises from habit is committed ~ 135 2, 78 | ignorance; and sometimes this arises through the impulse of the 136 2, 80 | because "all our knowledge arises from the senses, and we ~ 137 2, 83 | the flesh against the mind arises from the ~corruption of 138 2, 84 | name for ~covetousness, arises from other sins; as when 139 2, 84 | the same source. For sin ~arises from the desire of mutable 140 2, 84 | of all sins. But virtue arises from the desire for the 141 2, 84 | most frequently one vice arises from another, so that this 142 2, 84 | which is God, whereas vice arises from the appetite ~for mutable 143 2, 95 | pronounced as soon as it arises: ~and it is easier for man 144 2, 95 | human ~affairs: and hence arises the diversity of positive 145 2, 99 | that a thing must be done, arises from the ~necessity of some 146 2, 99 | friendship towards another ~arises from friendship towards 147 2, 102 | like manner, ~since leprosy arises from corruption of the humors, 148 2, 102 | humidity or dryness, there arises sometimes a ~kind of corruption 149 2, 110 | benefits bestowed ~"gratis" arises "gratitude."~Aquin.: SMT 150 2, 114 | by ~subsequent sin, there arises an impediment to the preceding 151 2, 4 | difference of past and future arises, not from any ~difference 152 2, 4 | understanding and knowledge, arises from the certitude of ~faith, 153 2, 4 | knowledge of conclusions arises from ~the certitude of premisses. 154 2, 7 | Again, through ~faith there arises in us an apprehension of 155 2, 10 | in so far as it is a sin, arises from pride, ~through which 156 2, 10 | faithful and unbelievers arises ~from the Divine law. Now 157 2, 11 | its cause, viz. that it arises ~from pride or covetousness.~ 158 2, 11 | undue end in which way it arises from ~pride or covetousness, 159 2, 14 | excuses from sin is that which arises ~from the natural defect 160 2, 14 | 45) that dulness of sense arises from gluttony, and ~that 161 2, 14 | that blindness of mind arises from lust. Now these others 162 2, 14 | that dulness of sense ~arises from gluttony and blindness 163 2, 14 | while dulness of sense arises from gluttony, which ~makes 164 2, 16 | movement of hope towards it arises. Hence the Apostle says 165 2, 18 | worldly ~fear is that which arises from worldly love as from 166 2, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, fear arises from love. But love is reckoned 167 2, 19 | of sins?~(4) Whether it arises from sloth?~Aquin.: SMT 168 2, 19 | while the hatred of God arises from man's will ~being opposed 169 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~Whether despair arises from sloth?~Aquin.: SMT 170 2, 19 | despair of the ~future life arises from lust, according to 171 2, 19 | spiritual joy. But spiritual joy arises from hope, according ~to 172 2, 19 | in hope." Therefore sloth arises from despair, ~and not vice 173 2, 19 | nature?" Therefore despair arises rather from the neglect 174 2, 19 | consider the Divine favors arises from ~sloth. For when a 175 2, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sin arises from the inordinate conversion 176 2, 20 | presumption is a sin. Therefore it arises from turning to human ~power, 177 2, 20 | mutable good, in so far as it arises from an inordinate desire 178 2, 20 | 1/1~Whether presumption arises from vainglory? ~Aquin.: 179 2, 20 | to despair. Now despair arises ~from sorrow, as stated 180 2, 20 | Therefore presumption ~arises from ignorance rather than 181 2, 20 | like presumption ~clearly arises from vainglory; for it is 182 2, 23 | ourselves." Now all sin arises from some ~inordinate cupidity. 183 2, 25 | unequal. The other inequality arises from our loving some more 184 2, 25 | intensity of its ~speed arises from the disposition of 185 2, 25 | Now intensity of love arises from the union of lover 186 2, 25 | intensity ~of the act of love arises on the part of the person 187 2, 26 | well. Again such like love arises from previous ~acquaintance, 188 2, 26 | whereas goodwill sometimes arises suddenly, as happens to ~ 189 2, 27 | On the other hand sorrow arises from love, either ~through 190 2, 27 | 3), a twofold joy in God arises ~from charity. One, the 191 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~Whether hatred arises from envy?~Aquin.: SMT SS 192 2, 32 | Accordingly just as love arises from pleasure, so does hatred 193 2, 32 | and ~from envy. However it arises more directly from envy, 194 2, 32 | hateful, ~whereas hatred arises from anger by way of increase. 195 2, 33 | Monast. x) that "sloth arises from the fact that we sigh 196 2, 33 | to sin, which ~incentive arises from some trivial consideration. 197 2, 33 | the ~same as hatred, which arises from envy, as stated above ( 198 2, 33 | follows ~that something arises from sorrow in two ways: 199 2, 34 | because envy manifestly arises from vainglory, that ~it 200 2, 35 | wills. Therefore discord ~arises from malice, i.e. envy, 201 2, 35 | movements of wills, which arises from pride or ~vainglory, 202 2, 35 | and in this ~respect it arises from envy; and again we 203 2, 36 | envy. ~Therefore contention arises rather from envy.~Aquin.: 204 2, 36 | Therefore contention too arises from anger.~Aquin.: SMT 205 2, 36 | not follow that contention arises ~from the same source as 206 2, 36 | humility: for when a thing arises in this way, it does so 207 2, 38 | happiness of sinners, whence arises a guilty ~impunity, and 208 2, 39 | up ~strifes." But hatred arises from envy, according to 209 2, 39 | properly speaking, strife arises from anger.~Aquin.: SMT 210 2, 39 | immediate outcome of anger, arises also from concupiscence 211 2, 39 | Although strife sometimes arises from hatred, it is not the ~ 212 2, 40 | either a capital vice, or arises from some capital vice. 213 2, 41 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, no sin arises from a sense of dutifulness, 214 2, 41 | because the scandal which arises from such ~things sometimes 215 2, 41 | Sometimes, however, scandal arises from malice. This is ~scandal 216 2, 42 | Now the obligation that arises from ~a precept is opposed 217 2, 44 | is not a sin. For no sin arises in us ~from nature. But 218 2, 44 | to folly. Therefore folly arises from ~anger rather than 219 2, 44 | the folly which is ~a sin, arises chiefly from lust.~Aquin.: 220 2, 44 | plunged into earthly things, arises ~chiefly from lust, as stated 221 2, 45 | more opposed to sin, which arises ~from a disorder of the 222 2, 47 | 16,24], memory not only arises ~from nature, but is also 223 2, 51 | judgment, so inconstancy arises ~from a defect in the act 224 2, 51 | from lust. ~For inconstancy arises from envy, as stated above ( 225 2, 52 | A[2], ad 3), negligence arises out of a ~certain remissness 226 2, 53 | stratagems in ~plotting murders, arises not from anger but rather 227 2, 56 | Necessity is twofold. One arises from "constraint," and ~ 228 2, 56 | counter to the will. The other arises ~from the obligation of 229 2, 57 | case properly speaking it arises from a habit, because whenever 230 2, 70 | Para. 1/1~Whether reviling arises from anger?~Aquin.: SMT 231 2, 70 | him. Therefore reviling arises chiefly from anger.~Aquin.: 232 2, 70 | foolish man. Hence reviling arises ~from folly on account of 233 2, 71 | OBJ 3: Further, reviling arises from anger, while backbiting 234 2, 71 | anger, while backbiting arises from ~envy, according to 235 2, 74 | But cursing sometimes ~arises from a slight movement. 236 2, 76 | since this passive ~scandal arises not from weakness or ignorance 237 2, 77 | entire cause, whereas evil ~arises from each single defect" [* 238 2, 80 | xv, 23) that ~"the will arises from the intelligence." 239 2, 84 | of a ~past favor, whence arises the duty of acknowledgment 240 2, 85 | obligation to pay tithes arises ~partly from natural law, 241 2, 85 | spiritual thing, for it arises ~from the debt in virtue 242 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 2: When danger arises from the deed itself, this 243 2, 87 | note that the necessity arises from the infirmity of ~those 244 2, 87 | the obligation of a vow arises from the deliberation of ~ 245 2, 87 | both of vow and of an oath arises from ~something Divine; 246 2, 87 | the obligation of a vow ~arises from the fidelity we owe 247 2, 87 | the obligation of an oath arises from ~the reverence we owe 248 2, 87 | from the law and from a vow arises from the fact that ~something 249 2, 90 | and entire, whereas evil arises from each single ~defect." 250 2, 97 | one species of sacrilege arises from the violation of a 251 2, 103 | follows that disobedience arises from vainglory. But there 252 2, 105 | the ~forgetfulness that arises from a natural defect, that 253 2, 105 | the will, but that which arises from negligence. For, as 254 2, 105 | a venial sin, because it arises either from some kind of ~ 255 2, 105 | however, that when ingratitude arises from a mortal ~sin, it has 256 2, 105 | ingratitude, and when it arises from ~venial sin, it has 257 2, 110 | xxxi, 7) that boasting arises from ~vainglory. Now pride 258 2, 110 | frequently though not always it ~arises: and thus it proceeds from 259 2, 110 | according to Gregory, it arises from vainglory ~considered 260 2, 110 | On the contrary, Boasting arises from vainglory, according 261 2, 111 | is not ~a sin. For no sin arises from one's being strengthened 262 2, 111 | or honor: whereas irony arises from a man's averseness, ~ 263 2, 114 | sometimes contradiction arises on account of the ~person 264 2, 114 | at times contradiction ~arises by reason of the speaker 265 2, 114 | be disagreeable: whence arises quarreling, which is opposed 266 2, 114 | And although quarreling arises at times from ~anger, it 267 2, 115 | the giving of ~liberality arises from a person being affected 268 2, 116 | xv), that "covetousness arises ~sometimes from pride, sometimes 269 2, 116 | Therefore covetousness arises from other vices instead 270 2, 117 | evident ~that prodigality arises from covetousness; since 271 2, 121 | cases ~in which fortitude arises from a passion, the most 272 2, 123 | 3: Further, all despair arises from fear. But despair is 273 2, 123 | Q[43], A[1]), all fear ~arises from love; since no one 274 2, 127 | of resistance to reason arises chiefly in some cases from 275 2, 130 | For a vice that ~always arises from another vice is seemingly 276 2, 130 | capital. But vainglory ~always arises from pride. Therefore vainglory 277 2, 135 | against ~the difficulty that arises from the very continuance 278 2, 135 | virtue than that ~which arises from external obstacles.~ 279 2, 136 | xxxi) that pertinacity arises from vainglory. But ~vainglory 280 2, 139 | so ~too such like sorrow arises from the absence of the 281 2, 140 | clarity and beauty of virtue arises: wherefore these ~pleasures 282 2, 146 | described as "unseemly" arises chiefly from immoderate 283 2, 146 | in speculative matters arises chiefly from gluttony, for 284 2, 151 | first named ~inconstancy arises from lust, inasmuch as the 285 2, 153 | strength of ~concupiscence arises from a praiseworthy spiritual 286 2, 154 | intemperate man, ignorance arises from the ~appetite being 287 2, 156 | From whatever cause it arises, ~the angry passion boils 288 2, 156 | The sorrow whence anger arises is not, for the most part, ~ 289 2, 156 | thus a ~twofold disorder arises from anger. One is when 290 2, 156 | Although hatred sometimes arises from anger, it has a ~previous 291 2, 156 | previous cause, from which it arises more directly, namely displeasure, ~ 292 2, 156 | fitting to reckon that hatred arises from sloth rather ~than 293 2, 159 | respect of the ~former there arises the movement of hope, and 294 2, 159 | since, ~just as one vice arises from another, so, by a natural 295 2, 160 | virtue; on the contrary, it arises therefrom, for as Gregory ~ 296 2, 160 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: Pride arises from virtue, not as from 297 2, 160 | which is a capital vice, arises from ~pride, does not prove 298 2, 162 | OBJ 4: A twofold defect arises from sin. One is by way 299 2, 166 | therefore, when the soul arises above sensibles, through 300 2, 169 | etc. Another difference arises from the diversities of 301 2, 173 | tends. This difference ~arises in two ways: in one way 302 2, 173 | all ~the more since fear arises from love, as Augustine 303 2, 178 | removed. First, that which arises from the variety of ~external 304 2, 179 | of the contemplative life arises not from any ~property of 305 2, 182 | love ~of their neighbor, arises out of the abundance of 306 2, 182 | OBJ 6: The difficulty that arises from the arduousness of 307 2, 183 | Sometimes ~again this hindrance arises on the part of others, as 308 2, 185 | just as a disease that ~arises from excessive heat is most 309 2, 185 | Disgrace is twofold; one arises from lack of honesty [*Cf. ~ 310 2, 185 | to signify this to others arises from three ~motives. First, 311 3, 1 | Hence nothing unfitting arises from ~God becoming incarnate.~ 312 3, 2 | another ~"second" difference arises, for assumption implies " 313 3, 2 | soul ~and body in us there arises what is one in person and 314 3, 4 | threefold ~consideration arises. First, with regard to the 315 3, 15 | inflicted ~upon someone, there arises within him a desire of the 316 3, 17 | Socrates, and hence there arises from ~these only the one 317 3, 28 | fleshly concupiscence which arises from ~sin, and without which 318 3, 41 | because sometimes cupidity arises from vainglory, sometimes 319 3, 46 | regard to the Passion, there arises a threefold consideration: ( 320 3, 46 | and of the necessity which arises of the Divine ~foreknowledge 321 3, 53 | risen, the ~difficulty still arises - how is it that Peter asserts 322 3, 55 | OBJ 2: The merit of faith arises from this, that at God's 323 3, 77 | On the contrary, Breaking arises from the division of that 324 3, 80 | supposing that seminal loss ~arises from some foregoing sin, 325 3, 80 | without sin, as when it ~arises from bodily debility, and 326 3, 80 | from ~Communion when this arises from evil thoughts, but 327 3, 80 | thoughts, but not when it arises ~from excess of food or 328 3, 80 | Now this obstacle, which arises from a sense of decency, 329 3, 80 | the desire of receiving arises from love, while the humility 330 3, 83 | OBJ 2: Where difficulty arises, the less dangerous course 331 3, 84 | appetite of the penitent, arises from the ~displeasure of 332 3, 88 | debt of punishment that arises through ingratitude in respect ~ 333 3, 89 | Wherefore the penitent sometimes arises to a ~greater grace than 334 3, 89 | charity. But sometimes man arises through ~Penance to lesser 335 3, 89 | He who, through Penance, arises to lesser charity, will ~ 336 Suppl, 3 | justification. Such contrition ~arises either from the consideration 337 Suppl, 7 | temperance. But confession arises ~from shame, as appears 338 Suppl, 7 | everlasting, because it arises from hope of pardon. Therefore 339 Suppl, 10| of confession. For hope arises from all meritorious acts. ~ 340 Suppl, 29| external senses, whence arises the infernal malady.~Aquin.: 341 Suppl, 32| Reply OBJ 1: No thought arises in the heart without an 342 Suppl, 52| is of positive law, and arises out of natural law, as the ~ 343 Suppl, 52| is indeterminate. And it arises from the ~determination 344 Suppl, 52| ad 3), the positive law arises out ~of the natural law, 345 Suppl, 54| no tie of consanguinity arises between the person born 346 Suppl, 54| one principle whence it arises. Here, however, the ~canonical 347 Suppl, 54| the tie of consanguinity ~arises is a kind of descent: but 348 Suppl, 55| intercourse?~(4) Whether it arises from a betrothal?~(5) Whether 349 Suppl, 55| Philosopher (Ethic. ~viii, 12), arises in two ways; first, from 350 Suppl, 55| addition thereto: whence ~arises another kind of tie known 351 Suppl, 55| consanguinity, since affinity arises from ~consanguinity in diversity 352 Suppl, 58| defective age, like that which ~arises from madness, is reducible 353 Suppl, 69| their entire knowledge ~arises from the senses: nor would 354 Suppl, 72| the heating power therein ~arises, not from its essential 355 Suppl, 74| our faith ~therein there arises in us the hope of our own 356 Suppl, 76| Body Para. 2/3~This opinion arises from two false sources. 357 Suppl, 76| holding the resurrection arises from ~this - that man may 358 Suppl, 83| body is of two kinds. One arises ~from the lack of a limb: 359 Suppl, 83| whole. Another ~deformity arises from the undue disposition 360 Suppl, 93| excellent than that ~which arises from the kind of action: 361 Suppl, 93| desire of ~experience, which arises from a certain curiosity 362 Appen1, 2| Reply OBJ 2: Venial sin arises from the corruption of the 363 Appen1, 2| OBJ 5: Although venial sin arises from the proneness of the 364 Appen2, 1| single ~defect: whereas good arises from one perfect cause,


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