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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | of a first cause may be ~hindered by a defect of a secondary 2 1, 19 | the motive ~power may be hindered by the weakness of the limb. 3 1, 19 | of the divine will may be hindered by a defect of the secondary 4 1, 19 | may happen that a star is ~hindered from producing its effects; 5 1, 19 | 3: A first cause can be hindered in its effect by deficiency ~ 6 1, 19 | every cause that cannot be hindered, produces its effect ~necessarily, 7 1, 19 | the ~will of God cannot be hindered. For the Apostle says (Rm. 8 1, 19 | effect of the first cause is ~hindered by deficiency in the second 9 1, 19 | as the sun's power is ~hindered by a defect in the plant. 10 1, 22 | good of the whole should be hindered. Hence, ~corruption and 11 1, 22 | the universe may not be hindered, for ~if all evil were prevented, 12 1, 23 | be helped, it can also be hindered. But ~predestination cannot 13 1, 23 | predestination cannot be hindered by anything. Therefore it 14 1, 52 | Several angels are not hindered from being in the same ~ 15 1, 62 | in any direction; ~but is hindered from so doing by the weight 16 1, 53 | Several angels are not hindered from being in the same ~ 17 1, 63 | in any direction; ~but is hindered from so doing by the weight 18 1, 83 | judgment of the intellect is hindered by an obstacle in ~the sensitive 19 1, 83 | as a light thing may ~be hindered from moving upwards; for 20 1, 83 | united to the body, it is hindered from the realization of ~ 21 1, 83 | operation of a thing be ~totally hindered by that which belongs to 22 1, 83 | organ, would in no way be hindered in its act through the ~ 23 1, 83 | act of the ~imagination is hindered by a lesion of the corporeal 24 1, 83 | the act of the memory is hindered, as in the ~case of lethargy, 25 1, 83 | lethargy, we see that a man is hindered from actually ~understanding 26 1, 83 | judgment of the intellect is hindered through suspension of ~the 27 1, 83 | of the intellect is not hindered ~by suspension of the sensitive 28 1, 83 | of the intellect is not hindered through ~suspension of the 29 1, 83 | of the intellect is not hindered through suspension of the ~ 30 1, 83 | judgment of the intellect is hindered ~by suspension of the senses.~ 31 1, 88 | Further, the human soul is hindered from understanding when 32 1, 88 | the separated soul is not ~hindered by local distance.~Aquin.: 33 1, 100 | so long as the latter are hindered, the action of the former ~ 34 1, 100 | former ~is of necessity hindered also; and likewise, consequently, 35 1, 100 | reason. Now children are hindered in the use of these powers 36 1, 103 | so far as they may be ~hindered by some contrary agent from 37 1, 111 | they would seemingly be hindered from contemplation. But 38 1, 113 | are overcome by men, are hindered from making ~further assaults?~ 39 1, 113 | man, is for this reason hindered from ~making further assaults?~ 40 1, 113 | is not for ~that reason hindered from any further assault. 41 1, 114 | such powers must needs be hindered by ~obstacles in the organs; 42 1, 114 | heavenly body is necessarily hindered. Consequently it ~would 43 1, 114 | of ~heavenly bodies being hindered by the action of the will, 44 1, 114 | the cause in question is hindered of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 116 | but ~that the soul is hindered, through its union with 46 2, 4 | happiness consists, is "not ~hindered." But the operation of the 47 2, 4 | of the separate soul is hindered; because, ~as Augustine 48 2, 4 | Reply OBJ 4: One thing is hindered by another in two ways. 49 2, 4 | because, to wit, that which is hindered has not all that is ~necessary 50 2, 4 | is clear that man can be hindered, by indisposition of the 51 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 2: The will is hindered in two ways from being at 52 2, 14 | every human action can be ~hindered, and an obstacle can be 53 2, 14 | Although human action can be hindered, the hindrance is not ~always 54 2, 17 | the sensitive ~appetite is hindered from being wholly subject 55 2, 17 | the sensitive appetite is hindered from ~perfect compliance 56 2, 20 | good or an evil end, and is hindered by some obstacle, whereas 57 2, 33 | Further, that which is hindered by another, seems to be 58 2, 33 | of reason is ~fettered or hindered.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[33] A[ 59 2, 33 | action of one part, it is hindered from attending ~to a contrary 60 2, 35 | of ~contemplation can be hindered in many ways, either so 61 2, 37 | depressed, ~through being hindered in his own movement by some 62 2, 37 | afflicted soul is ~absolutely hindered, so that it cannot turn 63 2, 37 | certain actions are not ~hindered but improved by reason of 64 2, 37 | whereas if this movement be hindered in its progress, ~it will 65 2, 44 | hinders action. For action is hindered ~chiefly by a disturbance 66 2, 44 | instruments. Now action may be ~hindered both by defect of the instrument, 67 2, 47 | known our evils; being ~hindered from doing as we like." 68 2, 48 | the more the reason is hindered, the less does a man ~show 69 2, 48 | acts of which powers are hindered when the ~body is disturbed, 70 2, 48 | partly to the reason being hindered, so as ~not to discern what 71 2, 48 | the outward members are hindered by the ~inordinate movement 72 2, 56 | which is the will, can be ~hindered or helped in its act, by 73 2, 56 | intellect or reason be hindered or helped by the powers 74 2, 63 | these powers are helped or hindered in the ~exercise of their 75 2, 63 | mortally, yet he is not hindered from acquiring a habit of 76 2, 71 | complaint without being hindered ~outwardly from his wonted 77 2, 71 | in such a way ~that he is hindered from going. This seems, 78 2, 77 | knowledge in a universal, is hindered, on ~account of a passion, 79 2, 77 | when it is disabled or hindered in the execution of its 80 2, 77 | soul is when the soul is hindered from fulfilling its proper 81 2, 77 | the will, which is not ~hindered by weakness of the body: 82 2, 77 | ready for action, and yet be hindered by a passion, as stated 83 2, 77 | dissent of the will is ~hindered in the way already explained ( 84 2, 82 | original justice, which hindered inordinate movements: just 85 2, 84 | corruptible things can be hindered, so as not always to act 86 2, 94 | in so far as reason is hindered from applying the ~general 87 2, 98 | happiness; which end is ~hindered by any sin, not only of 88 2, 100 | that some utility might be hindered, it was ~necessary to add 89 2, 100 | it ~seemed that men were hindered from receiving the apparent 90 2, 102 | and so forth. Now ~men are hindered in the spiritual worship 91 2, 109 | weakened by sin, whereby it is ~hindered from good by the corruption 92 2, 114 | receives from God, unless hindered by subsequent sin; for it 93 2, 114 | from God, unless it is ~hindered by sin. Now many have meritorious 94 2, 13 | accompanied with mercy, man is hindered from sinning through ~choice, 95 2, 14 | proper act, ~through being hindered by the lower powers which 96 2, 14 | loves more, ~so as to be hindered thereby from considering 97 2, 14 | in so far as a man is ~hindered thereby from having what 98 2, 15 | understanding: moreover it is hindered by ~extraneous occupations. 99 2, 27 | This participation can be hindered by anything ~contrary to 100 2, 27 | neighbor in so far as he is hindered from ~participating in the 101 2, 28 | obtaining it. Now a man may ~be hindered from obtaining the good 102 2, 31 | account of a sin, a man is ~hindered from reproving his brother, 103 2, 41 | even perfect men can be hindered in their progress ~along 104 2, 41 | and again; but Satan hath hindered us." ~Therefore even perfect 105 2, 41 | OBJ 2: Perfect men may be hindered in the performance of external ~ 106 2, 41 | actions. But they are not hindered by the words or deeds of 107 2, 41 | spiritual welfare which ~is hindered by scandal, more than any 108 2, 47 | action, wherein good is often hindered by evil, and evil has ~the 109 2, 52 | fails in commanding, ~being hindered as it were, by something, 110 2, 60 | virtually: and both may be hindered in many ways.~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 60 | omitting to do what would have hindered him, or by ~sheltering him 112 2, 63 | the members, and this is hindered by binding or ~imprisoning 113 2, 65 | on two counts a judge is hindered from loosing a ~guilty person 114 2, 71 | since for lack of it he is hindered from doing many things ~ 115 2, 76 | advantage of ~many should be hindered. Hence it is that in civil 116 2, 80 | presumption ~whereby man is hindered from submitting to God, 117 2, 81 | and again this may be hindered if we persevere not in asking 118 2, 86 | subject to another's power are hindered from taking ~vows?~Aquin.: 119 2, 86 | another's power are ~not hindered from taking vows. The lesser 120 2, 86 | another's power are not hindered from taking ~vows.~Aquin.: 121 2, 86 | parents. ~Therefore one is not hindered from taking vows, through 122 2, 89 | the praise of the heart is hindered by singing, ~both because 123 2, 99 | those ~observances they are hindered from supporting their parents, 124 2, 106 | death sentence a man is hindered from ~receiving sacred orders.~ 125 2, 115 | liberality ~that one be not hindered by an immoderate love of 126 2, 115 | since his act would be hindered were he to give ~to everyone: 127 2, 120 | things. And since man is ~hindered from applying himself to 128 2, 121 | affairs. Now the human will is hindered in two ways from ~following 129 2, 124 | Now no act of fortitude is hindered by a ~man being fearless: 130 2, 125 | far as such inclination is hindered by the ~fear of receiving 131 2, 132 | money; and a man ~may be hindered from making that outlay 132 2, 132 | man moderates, lest he be ~hindered from spending much.~Aquin.: 133 2, 145 | Christian ~people seems to be hindered by a great number of observances 134 2, 148 | 2: The good of reason is hindered in two ways: in one way 135 2, 151 | as to this virtue may be hindered by that which is not a sin, 136 2, 151 | that the higher powers are hindered and disordered ~in their 137 2, 151 | as good, and this act is ~hindered by lust, according to Dan. 138 2, 151 | the end: and this is also hindered by the concupiscence of 139 2, 151 | done, and this again is hindered by lust. ~For it is said 140 2, 151 | concupiscence, a man is hindered ~from doing what his reason 141 2, 152 | of reason is more or less hindered in sleep, ~according as 142 2, 152 | Nevertheless it is always hindered somewhat, so as to be unable 143 2, 152 | Reason's apprehension is not hindered during sleep to the ~same 144 2, 152 | compact of marriage is both hindered from ~contracting a lawful 145 2, 156 | since art ~also would be hindered in its act, if it were to 146 2, 159 | things, in which he ~is hindered by striving to become great 147 2, 160 | affective, and this is ~directly hindered by pride, because the proud, 148 2, 170 | natural causes, whereas it is hindered from receiving them ~while 149 2, 170 | considerations of prophecy are hindered by ~an accidental occurrence. 150 2, 170 | same way a man might be hindered ~from the act of prophesying 151 2, 170 | spiritual things, and this is hindered by ~strong passions, and 152 2, 172 | effect, which ~is sometimes hindered by some other occurrence 153 2, 173 | from the soul, lest it be hindered from being uplifted to ~ 154 2, 178 | essentially consists, is hindered both by the impetuosity 155 2, 178 | they are." Now man is not hindered from seeing the ~Divine 156 2, 180 | the contemplative life is hindered by the active life?~(4) 157 2, 180 | the contemplative life is hindered by the active life?~Aquin.: 158 2, 180 | the contemplative life is hindered by the ~active life. For 159 2, 180 | the contemplative life is ~hindered by the active.~Aquin.: SMT 160 2, 180 | contemplative, since the latter is hindered by the inordinateness of 161 2, 180 | whereby contemplation ~is hindered. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[182] 162 2, 181 | because man is thereby hindered from attaining that ~which 163 2, 182 | not virtue, although he is hindered in the practice ~of virtue 164 2, 183 | several ways that a bishop is hindered ~from procuring the spiritual 165 2, 183 | bigamy. Sometimes ~he is hindered through some defect in his 166 2, 183 | And a bishop, if he be hindered from procuring the ~salvation 167 2, 183 | Hence if a ~superior is hindered from attending personally 168 2, 183 | perfection; and if he be ~hindered from the practice thereof, 169 2, 187 | subject to his father, is not hindered from ~freely disposing of 170 3, 4 | Divine Person by His union hindered the human nature from having 171 3, 14 | Incarnation seems to ~be hindered in many ways. First, because 172 3, 15 | that the reason was nowise ~hindered in doing what was right. 173 3, 29 | natural power which he is hindered by the Divine power from ~ 174 3, 34 | begins to act ~unless it is hindered. Thus fire, as soon as it 175 3, 39 | obstacles which had hitherto hindered the ~souls of the departed 176 3, 40 | duty of preaching being hindered by ~anxiety.~Aquin.: SMT 177 3, 42 | Christ ~promoted rather than hindered the effect of His teaching. 178 3, 44 | since this would have hindered the mystery of His Passion, 179 3, 45 | Cross] ~should be entirely hindered by the people" [*Bede, Hom. 180 3, 46 | 8) Whether His Passion hindered the joy of fruition?~(9) 181 3, 46 | soul's higher part was not hindered in its proper acts by the 182 3, 48 | obstacles, whereby we ~were hindered from securing the effect 183 3, 49 | of his most wicked will hindered man from securing his ~salvation.~ 184 3, 51 | the tomb, He could not be hindered from ~going forth by rising 185 3, 55 | His brightness would have hindered ~considerably: because change 186 3, 59 | in ~these ways, it is not hindered from being His due from 187 3, 60 | the ~sacramental effect is hindered thereby; else unlettered 188 3, 64 | sins; and consequently is hindered from receiving the ~effect 189 3, 66 | the cunning of the devil hindered from impeding the ~baptismal 190 3, 66 | other hand the sin which ~hindered the effect of Baptism is 191 3, 68 | Baptism: and so he is not hindered ~from having the intention 192 3, 69 | habits of virtue, yet ~is he hindered from virtuous acts through 193 3, 69 | efficient cause ~cannot be hindered by that which can be removed 194 3, 69 | Baptism which ~has been hindered by insincerity. And thus 195 3, 69 | of that insincerity which hindered sins from being washed away, ~ 196 3, 69 | this effect is sometimes hindered by insincerity. ~Wherefore, 197 3, 71 | effect of Baptism may be hindered before it is received, so ~ 198 3, 71 | received, so ~can it be hindered after it has been received.~ 199 3, 72 | yet this is ~sometimes hindered by reason of the corruptibility 200 3, 72 | Secondly, because man is hindered from freely confessing Christ' 201 3, 76 | glorified one. For our eyes are ~hindered from beholding Christ's 202 3, 76 | glorified eye cannot be ~hindered by anything from seeing 203 3, 76 | sacramental species, is ~hindered from beholding the body 204 3, 76 | of veil (just as we are hindered from seeing what is covered 205 3, 77 | as on that account to be hindered ~from permeating the whole, 206 3, 79 | effect of this sacrament is hindered by venial sin?~Aquin.: SMT 207 3, 79 | of this sacrament is not hindered by ~venial sin. For Augustine ( 208 3, 79 | of our desire or love ~is hindered by venial sins, which hinder 209 3, 79 | sweetness: which is ~indeed hindered if anyone approach to this 210 3, 80 | sometimes happens that a man is ~hindered from receiving the effect 211 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 1: A person is hindered necessarily, only by mortal 212 3, 80 | sense of decency one may be hindered ~through other causes, as 213 3, 80 | body: and this fast is not hindered by the things mentioned ( 214 3, 80 | bestowed, and such devotion is hindered more by what goes ~before 215 3, 80 | adds: "Except those who are hindered by ~grievous crimes." Consequently, 216 3, 82 | defects whereby they ~are hindered from celebrating, such as 217 3, 83 | priest ought not to be ~hindered from celebrating several 218 3, 83 | functions, unless this be ~hindered by want of reverence. Hence 219 3, 83 | sacramental words can be hindered by ~the priest's intention. 220 3, 83 | dies or goes mad, or is hindered by some other ~infirmity 221 3, 84 | the ~sacramental effect be hindered on the part of the penitent, 222 3, 87 | but the remission may be hindered as ~regards certain venial 223 3, 89 | but this is sometimes hindered on the part of man, whose 224 3, 89 | guilty of ~them must not be hindered, after they have done penance, 225 3, 89 | be deadened when it is hindered from producing its proper 226 3, 89 | eternal life; and this is hindered by a subsequent mortal sin, ~ 227 3, 89 | deadened, inasmuch as man is hindered from receiving his ~reward.~ 228 3, 89 | acceptance, but they are hindered ~on the part of the man 229 Suppl, 4 | his sins did not cause but hindered those goods; rather was 230 Suppl, 8 | salvation, lest they be hindered in the way of salvation. 231 Suppl, 8 | man, and many might be hindered from going to confession, 232 Suppl, 8 | Prov. 27:23); and this is hindered if another than the ~rector 233 Suppl, 8 | answer that, A priest may be hindered in two ways from hearing 234 Suppl, 8 | so that if a priest is ~hindered from hearing a man's confession 235 Suppl, 8 | knowledge of the flock is not hindered by ~a privilege granted 236 Suppl, 9 | which manifestation can be hindered by four things: first, ~ 237 Suppl, 11| justice of the Church would be hindered if a man, in order ~to escape 238 Suppl, 14| efficacy of satisfaction is hindered by sin, so ~the efficacy 239 Suppl, 14| the efficacy of Baptism is hindered by insincerity. Now Baptism 240 Suppl, 14| demerit of ~punishment is hindered; and thus the aforesaid 241 Suppl, 19| Further, spiritual grace is hindered by guilt more than by ~punishment. 242 Suppl, 19| essence, but its use is hindered on account of the lack of 243 Suppl, 24| absolution from excommunication hindered by contrariety of ~the will, 244 Suppl, 29| yet this effect can be hindered through ~the insincerity 245 Suppl, 39| subjection. ~Therefore he is not hindered from receiving the spiritual 246 Suppl, 39| and consequently it is hindered by ~bodily subjection.~Aquin.: 247 Suppl, 39| it. Therefore he is not hindered on that account from receiving ~ 248 Suppl, 40| shaving, lest their mind be hindered by temporal ~occupations 249 Suppl, 50| follows: Marriage may be ~hindered either on the part of the 250 Suppl, 50| follows. A person may be hindered from contracting ~marriage 251 Suppl, 50| can only be ~because he is hindered from performing the marriage 252 Suppl, 50| If, however, a person is hindered from marrying, not simply 253 Suppl, 50| more perfect things can be hindered in more ways, in so ~far 254 Suppl, 51| efficient cause of ~marriage, is hindered in the same way as the voluntary. 255 Suppl, 51| Ethic. iii, 1), may be hindered ~by ignorance. But ignorance 256 Suppl, 52| for a ~natural thing to be hindered by that which is unnatural 257 Suppl, 52| way; for ~thus is marriage hindered by impotence of coition, 258 Suppl, 54| the offspring. and this is hindered by a certain consanguinity, ~ 259 Suppl, 54| one of two unions to be hindered ~by the other, even as where 260 Suppl, 55| matters, ~or if he were hindered by some other lawful cause, 261 Suppl, 56| between them whereby ~they are hindered from marrying one another. 262 Suppl, 57| the specific nature is not hindered is ~competent to be able 263 Suppl, 58| the ~whole world if they hindered eating and walking and the 264 Suppl, 58| carnal copulation cannot be hindered, unless there be an ~impediment 265 Suppl, 58| OBJ 2: God's work may be hindered by the devil's work with 266 Suppl, 60| another man's wife is not hindered from marrying. Neither therefore 267 Suppl, 61| unreasonable that a greater good be hindered by a ~lesser which is contrary 268 Suppl, 61| contrary to it, just as good is hindered by evil.~Aquin.: SMT XP 269 Suppl, 63| one dies the other is not hindered from marrying a ~second 270 Suppl, 65| and in another respect hindered. For the good of the offspring ~ 271 Suppl, 65| nevertheless considerably hindered, because ~this can scarcely 272 Suppl, 67| another natural cause is hindered from following ~its course: 273 Suppl, 69| or in the state of ~being hindered from receiving it. If it 274 Suppl, 69| in the state where it is hindered ~from receiving its final 275 Suppl, 71| bodies of the saints can be hindered from being buried, as we 276 Suppl, 72| fulfillment of his prayer was hindered. Therefore ~neither are 277 Suppl, 76| the begotten ~man is not hindered for this reason: and in 278 Suppl, 79| reason ~why one power is hindered in its act when another 279 Suppl, 79| because it ~will not be hindered by any humidity: and it 280 Suppl, 79| due to the reception being hindered, but to the hindering ~of 281 Suppl, 80| with ~another body can be hindered in its movement or even 282 Suppl, 80| subtlety of a glorified body hindered it ~from filling a place, 283 Suppl, 83| principle of corruption being ~hindered, and in this way the body 284 Suppl, 86| cares, lest the mind be hindered ~from the contemplation 285 Suppl, 87| wherefore the pleasure is hindered. But the indisposition which ~ 286 Suppl, 89| Further, the intellect is not hindered from understanding a thing ~ 287 Suppl, 95| soul's consideration is hindered by the suffering of the ~ 288 Appen2, 1| whereas mortal sin cannot be hindered by some conjoined ~good


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