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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | imputed which he cannot ~avoid. But if God reprobates anyone, 2 1, 29 | hypostasis, in order to avoid any ~occasion of error, 3 1, 29 | The Apostle warns us to avoid "profane ~novelties of words" ( 4 1, 31 | Body Para. 2/4~Thus, to avoid the error of Arius we must 5 1, 31 | quality be taken away, we avoid the use of the term "disparity": ~ 6 1, 31 | we remove similitude, we avoid the terms "alien" and ~" 7 1, 31 | A[2] Body Para. 3/4~To avoid the heresy of Sabellius, 8 1, 31 | separate in Godhead." We must avoid the adjective "only" [unici] ~ 9 1, 31 | is common to ~several. We avoid the word "confused," lest 10 1, 33 | or to the Holy Ghost, ~to avoid any occasion of error. In 11 1, 68 | mention of air by name, to avoid setting before ignorant 12 1, 76 | be said that God ~could avoid this, we answer that in 13 1, 69 | mention of air by name, to avoid setting before ignorant 14 1, 75 | be said that God ~could avoid this, we answer that in 15 1, 77 | animal needs to seek or to ~avoid certain things, not only 16 1, 83 | which we must be careful to avoid ~when we renounce the society 17 1, 96 | his passion, as he could avoid death, so long as he ~refrained 18 1, 96 | reason, ~whereby he could avoid what was harmful; and partly 19 1, 97 | division of property, to avoid confusion of ~mastership. 20 1, 112 | 1: By free-will man can avoid evil to a certain degree, 21 2, 2 | gnawings of care, nor can it avoid the thorny path of ~anxiety": 22 2, 6 | case, in order, namely, to avoid the evil feared.~Aquin.: 23 2, 6 | else, that is, in order to avoid an evil which is ~feared. 24 2, 8 | In Latin, 'voluntas'. To ~avoid confusion with "voluntas" ( 25 2, 14 | to be done, but how to avoid obstacles. But every human 26 2, 17 | naturally to pursue or to avoid. Wherefore they are directed 27 2, 19 | something evil to do or to avoid. And since the object of 28 2, 20 | intends to attain good and avoid evil. If ~therefore by the 29 2, 23 | nature can easily acquire or avoid; therefore this very ~good 30 2, 23 | being difficult to obtain or avoid, ~belong to the irascible 31 2, 23 | making some evil hard to avoid. The ~result is that all 32 2, 35 | outward pain ~in order to avoid inward pain: and in so far 33 2, 39 | all, even the virtuous, avoid, is evil. But ~all avoid 34 2, 39 | avoid, is evil. But ~all avoid sorrow, even the virtuous, 35 2, 39 | which it may be right to avoid a thing. ~First, because 36 2, 39 | useful ~as inducing a man to avoid sin: hence the Apostle says ( 37 2, 39 | sorrow for evil makes one avoid evil more eagerly.~Aquin.: 38 2, 40 | appetite is moved to seek or avoid something future.~Aquin.: 39 2, 41 | pursue what is good or to avoid what is evil; which ~inclination 40 2, 42 | appetitive power to pursue and to avoid, as stated in ~Ethic. vi, 41 2, 42 | it may ~be impossible to avoid it entirely, yet it may 42 2, 43 | at hand and difficult to ~avoid. Therefore that which can 43 2, 44 | recourse to counsel in order to avoid ~evil, so do we, in order 44 2, 63 | incompatible. Now man cannot avoid sin except by the grace 45 2, 63 | Wherefore, though man cannot avoid mortal sin without grace, 46 2, 63 | sins which ~man can nowise avoid without grace, those, namely, 47 2, 68 | Consequently it is unable ~to avoid folly and other like things 48 2, 69 | should strain every nerve to avoid vice." In like manner, although, 49 2, 74 | man sins in what he cannot avoid," as Augustine ~states ( 50 2, 74 | when a man, in order to avoid the movements of concupiscence, 51 2, 74 | Consequently, a man cannot avoid all such movements, on account 52 2, 74 | sin, that he be able to avoid each single one.~Aquin.: 53 2, 79 | assistance, whereby they may avoid sin, which assistance were 54 2, 83 | especially since it can avoid damnation, by means of grace.~ 55 2, 84 | reason, moves the appetite to avoid it. Secondly, indirectly 56 2, 84 | These same four vices avoid inordinately the contrary 57 2, 88 | In order, therefore, to avoid mortal sin each time that 58 2, 91 | do and what he ought to avoid, it was necessary for man ~ 59 2, 92 | From becoming accustomed to avoid evil and fulfill what is ~ 60 2, 94 | to shun ~ignorance, to avoid offending those among whom 61 2, 96 | is ~lawful for anyone to avoid oppression and violence. 62 2, 96 | except perhaps in order to avoid scandal ~or disturbance, 63 2, 96 | obey the law, provided ~he avoid giving scandal or inflicting 64 2, 96 | mention them all, in order to avoid confusion: but should ~frame 65 2, 98 | what is prescribed, ~and to avoid what it forbade. Hence this 66 2, 101 | And therefore, in order to avoid the sin of ~idolatry, and 67 2, 102 | not at the full ~moon, to avoid the worship of idolaters 68 2, 102 | since man could seldom avoid all the aforesaid uncleannesses, 69 2, 102 | again, the reason was to ~avoid idolatrous worship: because 70 2, 102 | to ~be burnt, in order to avoid all occasion of idolatry. 71 2, 102 | forbidden, both in ~order to avoid cruelty, that they might 72 2, 102 | for two reasons. First, to avoid idolatrous worship. Because ~ 73 2, 103 | the apostles, in order to avoid ~scandal, should have hidden 74 2, 103 | by pretense, in order to avoid giving scandal to the Jews, 75 2, 103 | blaming him, in ~order to avoid scandalizing the Gentiles, 76 2, 105 | because he could scarcely avoid ~the excesses of pride and 77 2, 105 | their former owner, so as to avoid confusion of ~possessions ( 78 2, 105 | their own tribe, in order to avoid ~confusion of tribal possessions, 79 2, 105 | possessions, except ~to avoid a manifest loss." For if 80 2, 105 | Wherefore, in order to avoid ~this twofold loss, the 81 2, 106 | New Testament helps man to avoid ~sin, yet it does not so 82 2, 106 | gives man sufficient help to avoid sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] 83 2, 108 | when man is bound to do or avoid certain external ~acts. 84 2, 108 | decide what he should do or avoid; and to each ~superior, 85 2, 108 | regards what they ~must do or avoid. Wherefore also in this 86 2, 108 | does not bind us to do or avoid certain things, except ~ 87 2, 109 | Whether without grace man can avoid sin?~(9) Whether man having 88 2, 109 | received grace can do good and avoid sin without ~any further 89 2, 109 | Whether man without grace can avoid sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] 90 2, 109 | that without grace man can avoid sin. Because "no ~one sins 91 2, 109 | one sins in what he cannot avoid," as Augustine says (De 92 2, 109 | man in mortal sin cannot avoid ~sin, it would seem that 93 2, 109 | man in mortal sin cannot avoid sin, correction would seem 94 2, 109 | or evil; and thus man can avoid sin without grace.~Aquin.: 95 2, 109 | without habitual grace, could avoid sinning ~either mortally 96 2, 109 | perfect nature ~man could avoid this. Nevertheless he could 97 2, 109 | reason is always alert to avoid these movements, as was 98 2, 109 | justifying grace, he can avoid each mortal sin, and for 99 2, 109 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Man can avoid each but every act of sin, 100 2, 109 | the fact that he cannot avoid sin ~without grace does 101 2, 109 | help of grace, do good and avoid sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] 102 2, 109 | help of grace, do good and avoid sin. For a ~thing is useless 103 2, 113 | seek one contrary and to ~avoid the other; and hence, as 104 2, 10 | sins that which he cannot avoid, since every sin ~is voluntary. 105 2, 10 | not in a man's power to avoid unbelief, for he ~cannot 106 2, 10 | unbelief, for he ~cannot avoid it unless he have faith, 107 2, 10 | so: and this, in order to avoid scandal, for as Our Lord ~ 108 2, 10 | to be paid in ~order to avoid giving scandal. Thus Paul 109 2, 10 | except perchance ~in order to avoid an evil, e.g. the scandal 110 2, 11 | first and second admonition, avoid: knowing that he, ~that 111 2, 12 | to the faith, in order to avoid incurring a yet greater 112 2, 18 | thereby we revere God and avoid separating ourselves from 113 2, 18 | consent to sin, and whereby we avoid sin without ~trembling lest, 114 2, 21 | prohibition of what he must avoid doing: thus ~he is given 115 2, 22 | through fire, in order to avoid poverty'" ~(Epis. lib, 1; 116 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 5: The weak should avoid associating with sinners, 117 2, 24 | 9:11-13. Yet all should ~avoid the society of sinners, 118 2, 25 | love a person, the more we avoid injuring ~him. Now a man, 119 2, 26 | which we are minded to ~avoid through Him.~Aquin.: SMT 120 2, 29 | inward passion so as to avoid excessive desire and love 121 2, 32 | is because he intends to avoid that which is naturally 122 2, 33 | sorrow, either that we ~may avoid it, or through being exasperated 123 2, 38 | ill deed should be done to avoid temporal harm. But ~fighting 124 2, 41 | the ~gentiles in order to avoid the scandal of the Jews, 125 2, 41 | of charity, in order to ~avoid giving scandal to others, 126 2, 41 | 2] says that in order to avoid scandal we should forego 127 2, 41 | a venial sin in order to avoid scandalizing one's ~neighbor, 128 2, 41 | spiritual good in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 129 2, 41 | be foregone ~in order to avoid scandal. Now a distinction 130 2, 41 | for salvation, in order to avoid giving scandal.~Aquin.: 131 2, 41 | little ones." In order to avoid this kind of scandal, ~spiritual 132 2, 41 | spiritual ~good in order to avoid such like scandal.~Aquin.: 133 2, 41 | teach ~error in order to avoid any scandal that might ensue. 134 2, 41 | correction be omitted in order to avoid scandal, no spiritual good 135 2, 41 | altogether omitted in order to avoid ~scandal; but sometimes 136 2, 41 | venial sin in ~order to avoid scandal. But this implies 137 2, 41 | temporal goods in order to avoid scandalizing our neighbor.~ 138 2, 41 | be ~omitted in order to avoid scandal. Now temporal goods 139 2, 41 | be ~foregone in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 140 2, 41 | countries, in order ~to avoid scandal. Much more, therefore, 141 2, 41 | temporal ~goods in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 142 2, 41 | temporal ~goods in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 143 2, 41 | kind of food, in order to avoid scandal, according to 1 144 2, 42 | the negative precepts to avoid evil. Therefore there ought 145 2, 42 | do good is more than to avoid evil, and therefore the ~ 146 2, 45 | what to seek and what to avoid."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 147 2, 45 | what to desire and ~what to avoid." Now science is condivided 148 2, 45 | is an act of prudence "to avoid ambushes." Therefore ~command 149 2, 46 | circumspection"; thirdly, to ~avoid obstacles, and this belongs 150 2, 47 | to foresee good and to avoid evil belong to the same ~ 151 2, 47 | and consequently, also to avoid ~evil. Therefore caution 152 2, 47 | such a grasp of good as to avoid evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] 153 2, 47 | idea, to ensue good and to avoid the ~opposite evil, but 154 2, 47 | the evils which man has to avoid, some are of frequent ~occurrence; 155 2, 52 | fear of God helps us to avoid all sins, because ~according 156 2, 52 | evil." Hence fear makes us avoid negligence, yet not as though ~ 157 2, 56 | what we should seek and avoid, temperance is ~the curb 158 2, 58 | false, because "we ~cannot avoid suspicions," according to 159 2, 58 | say: "If then ~we cannot avoid suspicions, because we are 160 2, 58 | For we ought always to avoid judging unjustly. But written ~ 161 2, 62 | lesser ~danger that he may avoid a greater: thus it is lawful 162 2, 62 | greater evil in ~order to avoid a lesser. In like manner 163 2, 62 | great sin of suicide, to avoid the lesser sir; ~of another. 164 2, 62 | virtue, and that he ~may avoid sin. But that a man take 165 2, 62 | his own life in order to avoid penal ~evils has indeed 166 2, 62 | self-defense in order to avoid killing the ~other man, 167 2, 62 | things which he ought to avoid: secondly, when he ~does 168 2, 62 | take sufficient care to avoid taking a man's ~life: and 169 2, 63 | to maim ~oneself, even to avoid any sin whatever. Hence 170 2, 65 | in order that. men may avoid sin. Hence the ~text, after 171 2, 67 | except perhaps in order to avoid scandal, whence ~some grave 172 2, 75 | as it is ~impossible to avoid defects on the part of the 173 2, 76 | lawful, but in order to ~avoid a greater evil, lest, to 174 2, 76 | the use of money but to avoid a loss. It ~may also happen 175 2, 77 | perform a good deed ~and to avoid an evil one. But parts do 176 2, 77 | virtue to do good and to avoid evil: and in this sense 177 2, 77 | to one's neighbor, and to avoid the opposite ~evil, that, 178 2, 77 | relation ~to God, and to avoid the opposite evil.~Aquin.: 179 2, 77 | which is the same as to avoid the extremes as evils: so ~ 180 2, 93 | thereby led to do something or avoid something: while ~sometimes 181 2, 95 | that which it needs to ~avoid." From this it would seem 182 2, 96 | observed, and in order to avoid occasions of perjury, ~let 183 2, 102 | accidentally, in order to avoid scandal ~or danger.~ 184 2, 103 | would follow that man cannot avoid ~mortal sin, which is absurd. 185 2, 105 | sins in what he cannot avoid." Now sometimes it is not 186 2, 105 | power of ~the sinner to avoid ingratitude, for instance 187 2, 105 | of it, both in order to avoid vainglory, ~as when Blessed 188 2, 105 | house secretly, wishing to ~avoid popularity: and because 189 2, 108 | lesser evil in order to avoid ~the greater: even so a 190 2, 109 | never reprehensible ~to avoid sin. Therefore dissimulation 191 2, 110 | which only the very perfect avoid. For Gregory ~says (Moral. 192 2, 111 | themselves in words, so as to avoid pride," according to the 193 2, 111 | commit one sin in order to avoid another: ~and so he ought 194 2, 111 | any way at all in order to avoid pride. ~Hence Augustine 195 2, 112 | will result, or in order to avoid some evil, the virtuous ~ 196 2, 113 | others, ~or again in order to avoid some evil, or to acquire 197 2, 120 | bodily work that is done to avoid an imminent ~damage to some 198 2, 123 | to be shunned in order to avoid what reason judges to be 199 2, 123 | through fear a ~man were to avoid evils which according to 200 2, 123 | namely sins, in ~order to avoid evils of the body, such 201 2, 123 | of ~the body in order to avoid loss of money, one would 202 2, 127 | obtain honor even as to avoid shame, men set ~aside all 203 2, 127 | the ~magnanimous not to avoid reproof" (which is an act 204 2, 127 | to wit he takes care to avoid what he fears. Now ~security 205 2, 129 | heartens men to do good and to ~avoid evil; thus the Philosopher 206 2, 129 | dictate ~that they should avoid what is contrary to honor.~ 207 2, 129 | honor, either do good or avoid evil, are ~not virtuous, 208 2, 137 | of each work begun, and avoid whatever perils may ~threaten. 209 2, 137 | the end of his work, or to avoid evils or dangers, since ~ 210 2, 137 | true ~goods, and wish to avoid loving earthly and material 211 2, 139 | a man shuns in ~order to avoid offending God. Now man stands 212 2, 140 | Reply OBJ 3: In order to avoid sin, pleasure must be shunned, 213 2, 140 | whereas some desire to avoid dangers of death, which ~ 214 2, 140 | shuns dangers of death, to ~avoid which the principal motive 215 2, 142 | say difficult for him to avoid; nor does he actually do 216 2, 142 | namely, that is difficult to avoid. Now disgrace is twofold. 217 2, 142 | or as not difficult to avoid.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 218 2, 142 | themselves, or ~as easy to avoid. In this way the old and 219 2, 142 | belongs to the virtuous man to avoid not only vice, but ~also 220 2, 142 | the virtuous man should avoid "not only what is ~really 221 2, 145 | for ~instance in order to avoid sickness, or in order to 222 2, 146 | man sins in what he cannot avoid" [*Ep. lxxi, ad ~Lucin.]. 223 2, 146 | in food; and man cannot avoid this, ~for Gregory says ( 224 2, 148 | sins. For the ~things we avoid when sober, we unknowingly 225 2, 149 | to ~belong to purity to avoid all that is deserving of 226 2, 150 | good, namely in order to avoid what the Apostle calls the " 227 2, 152 | pleasurable object so that it may avoid an injustice. In fact a 228 2, 154 | man sins in what he cannot avoid." Now ~no man can by himself 229 2, 154 | Now ~no man can by himself avoid incontinence, according 230 2, 154 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Man can avoid sin and do good, yet not 231 2, 156 | man sins in what he cannot avoid," as Augustine ~asserts [* 232 2, 156 | iii, 18]. But man cannot avoid anger, for a gloss ~on Ps. 233 2, 160 | more difficult a sin is to avoid, the less grievous it would 234 2, 160 | pride is most difficult to avoid; for Augustine says in his 235 2, 160 | 1: A sin is difficult to avoid in two ways. First, on account ~ 236 2, 160 | Secondly, it is difficult to avoid a sin, on account of its 237 2, 160 | this way it is difficult to avoid pride, since it takes ~occasion 238 2, 161 | when it was so easy to avoid sin." Now it was very ~easy 239 2, 161 | for our first parents to avoid sin, because they had nothing 240 2, 164 | to be ~virtuous we must avoid those things to which we 241 2, 164 | nature, man is inclined to avoid the trouble of seeking knowledge. ~ 242 2, 165 | man and other animals avoid what is harmful to them, 243 2, 167 | Christ. iii, ~12): "We must avoid excessive pleasure in the 244 2, 167 | trail ~on the ground to avoid the trouble of lifting it 245 2, 182 | Subsequently, however, in order to avoid ~schism, it became necessary 246 2, 182 | greatness of virtue if a man avoid dangers by entering ~religion; 247 2, 182 | virtue so much as to wish to avoid the ~obstacles to virtue, 248 2, 182 | has had the foresight to avoid.~ 249 2, 183 | But he who, in order to avoid ~danger, leaves the flock 250 2, 184 | fulfilling this precept, so as to avoid ~sin, namely if one do what 251 2, 185 | severe preaching should avoid the palaces ~of kings and 252 2, 185 | first of all in order to avoid theft, as appears from Eph. ~ 253 2, 185 | his hands." Secondly, to avoid the coveting of ~others' 254 2, 185 | are without." Thirdly, to avoid the discreditable pursuits ~ 255 2, 185 | etc. Secondly, in order to avoid ~burdening those to whom 256 2, 185 | belongs to religious to avoid obstacles to virtue and ~ 257 2, 185 | says (2 Cor. 11:12), or to ~avoid giving scandal to the weak, 258 2, 185 | Ep. lii ad Nepotian.): "Avoid somber," i.e. ~black, "equally 259 2, 185 | is more ~perfect ought to avoid coarse rather than fine 260 2, 186 | this world," namely ~to avoid being attached to worldly 261 2, 186 | mind to wisdom and might avoid folly."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 262 2, 186 | orders. For it helps us to avoid the ~lusts of the flesh; 263 2, 187 | order ~the more easily to avoid sin and attain to perfection.~ 264 2, 187 | Further, everyone is bound to avoid that which gives rise to ~ 265 3, 2 | recent masters, thinking to avoid these heresies, through ~ 266 3, 15 | regard what a man cannot avoid. Now ~Christ could have 267 3, 16 | impassible"; in order to avoid ~the error of Manes, who 268 3, 16 | qualification; in order to avoid the heresy of Arius, who, 269 3, 20 | qualification in order to avoid the error of Arius, who 270 3, 25 | worshiped at all. For we should avoid doing what may be the occasion 271 3, 38 | this ~baptism, in order to avoid the objection mentioned 272 3, 40 | in ~order to teach us to avoid the favor of men. Wherefore 273 3, 40 | it is ~to forgive sins, avoid those whom He could make 274 3, 40 | live virtuously need to avoid abundance ~of riches and 275 3, 40 | involuntary, in order to avoid which, a man is guilty of 276 3, 41 | since rather should we avoid the occasion of being tempted.~ 277 3, 42 | of God." But ~we should avoid offending not only the faithful, 278 3, 42 | OBJ 1: A man ought so to avoid giving offense, as neither 279 3, 43 | to do similar things to avoid the inconsistency ~of failing 280 3, 47 | incur ignorance lest he avoid sinning. The Jews ~therefore 281 3, 61 | he might be ~trained to avoid superstitious practices, 282 3, 64 | OBJ 3: It was in order to avoid the incongruity of many 283 3, 64 | despair, as being unable to avoid sin. But if the ~wicked 284 3, 64 | first and ~second admonition avoid." But it seems that an excommunicate 285 3, 66 | the ~minister, in order to avoid the error of those who in 286 3, 66 | which we read: "In order to avoid the scandal of schism or ~ 287 3, 68 | righteousness, and are made to avoid the ~occasions of sin: " 288 3, 70 | degree of concupiscence, and avoid every mortal sin, that is ~ 289 3, 79 | strength be ~bestowed on us to avoid sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] 290 3, 80 | past sins," and "propose to avoid them in the future" ~[*Cf. 291 3, 82 | Petilian. iii), "we should not avoid ~God's sacraments, whether 292 3, 87 | that ~he should purpose to avoid them for the future. Now 293 3, 87 | a state of grace, he can avoid all mortal ~sins, and each 294 3, 87 | each single one; and he can avoid each single venial sin, 295 3, 89 | or of earnest prayer, who avoid fasting or ~study, would 296 Suppl, 3 | avoided. ~But he ought to avoid one sin more than another, 297 Suppl, 6 | in this mortal life, to ~avoid shipwreck, i.e. mortal sin, 298 Suppl, 6 | after Baptism, yet he cannot avoid ~venial sins, which dispose 299 Suppl, 6 | But everyone is ~bound to avoid contempt. Therefore everyone 300 Suppl, 6 | everyone is bound to do more to avoid spiritual disease ~than 301 Suppl, 6 | spiritual disease ~than to avoid bodily disease. Now if a 302 Suppl, 11| other occasion, yet so as to avoid all ~suspicion of divulging 303 Suppl, 11| account of ~scandal, and to avoid leading others into sin 304 Suppl, 11| secondly, in order ~to avoid scandal. Now the penitent 305 Suppl, 11| instituted in order to ~avoid scandal, and to prevent 306 Suppl, 11| It would not be right to avoid scandal so as to desert ~ 307 Suppl, 11| source: although he ~ought to avoid giving scandal, as far as 308 Suppl, 12| by their removal we may avoid sins the more easily.~Aquin.: 309 Suppl, 14| grace it is impossible to avoid sins. Therefore, since each 310 Suppl, 15| meritorious, ~and that he may avoid future sin. Moreover, these 311 Suppl, 23| inasmuch as it ~is his duty to avoid venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT 312 Suppl, 28| relapse; thirdly, in order to avoid ~the scandal which the people 313 Suppl, 30| guilt, and that we cannot avoid them after doing ~penance, 314 Suppl, 36| Further, everyone is bound to avoid sin, as far as he can. If ~ 315 Suppl, 36| exercising it, he cannot avoid sin: which is inadmissible.~ 316 Suppl, 43| common ~talk, in order to avoid scandal; for causes whose 317 Suppl, 47| one sins in what he cannot avoid." Since then violence ~is 318 Suppl, 47| wish to do, in order to avoid that which he fears. Now 319 Suppl, 47| greater evil ~in order to avoid the lesser. But the inconstant 320 Suppl, 47| lesser evil, in order ~to avoid a greater. Hence the constant 321 Suppl, 49| with his wife in order to avoid ~fornication, does not seemingly 322 Suppl, 49| faith." But if he intends to avoid ~fornication in himself, 323 Suppl, 54| his kindred, in order to avoid confusion of inheritances: ~ 324 Suppl, 62| he does so in ~order to avoid losing his good name, lest 325 Suppl, 62| wife's sin, or in order to avoid the ~uncertainty of her 326 Suppl, 62| divorce was permitted, was to avoid ~murder. And since there 327 Suppl, 64| there is fear of danger (to avoid which ~is the purpose of 328 Suppl, 65| that a man who does not avoid a mortal ~sin, avoids a 329 Suppl, 65| bill of divorce in order to avoid wife-murder (as we shall 330 Suppl, 67| were granted in order to avoid some form of wickedness.~ 331 Suppl, 67| good is omitted in order to avoid a greater evil, and then ~ 332 Suppl, 67| law of Moses in order to avoid a greater evil, namely wife-murder. ~ 333 Suppl, 68| sin, nor do their children avoid being illegitimate. Neither ~ 334 Suppl, 71| endeavored in ~various ways to avoid this difficulty.~Aquin.: 335 Suppl, 72| devotion. Secondly, in order to avoid tediousness, for ~continual 336 Suppl, 72| the Father. Wherefore to avoid these errors the Church 337 Suppl, 72| soul, to be happy, must avoid all bodies": and consequently 338 Suppl, 94| Avicenna also that he might avoid this ~difficulty, said that 339 Appen1, 1| what one was unable to avoid; hence Seneca proves (Ep. 340 Appen1, 1| which they could nowise ~avoid.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 341 Appen1, 2| would ~suffice in order to avoid it in the future. Because


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