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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 62 | knowledge in glory; for nothing hinders us from knowing ~a thing 2 1, 63 | knowledge in glory; for nothing hinders us from knowing a thing 3 1, 80 | resist whatever destroys or hinders its action. ~Therefore, 4 1, 80 | it rises up against what hinders the acquisition of the suitable ~ 5 1, 100 | upon the soul, because it ~hinders the use of reason even in 6 1, 104 | same ~order. But nothing hinders the same action from proceeding 7 1, 111 | Further, external occupation hinders the contemplation of wisdom; ~ 8 1, 114 | quantity. But ~quantity hinders substance from movement 9 1, 114 | penetrates it: just as a cloud hinders the air from receiving ~ 10 1, 114 | manifest that a cause ~which hinders the action of a cause so 11 1, 114 | Therefore as ~local distance hinders the effect of a heavenly 12 1, 114 | Although the cause that hinders the effect of another cause ~ 13 1, 115 | Providence. For nothing hinders that which happens by ~accident 14 1, 115 | Consequently, nothing hinders what happens here by accident, 15 1, 115 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing hinders certain things happening 16 1, 117 | to one ~another, nothing hinders the power of the higher 17 1, 117 | of God. Therefore nothing hinders the ~formation of the body 18 2, 1 | the other hand, nothing hinders infinity from being in things 19 2, 1 | accidentally connected, nothing hinders the reason from ~proceeding 20 2, 1 | such ~like things nothing hinders the reason from an indefinite 21 2, 2 | And in this way ~nothing hinders us from saying that what 22 2, 4 | Ethic. vii, 13). But delight hinders the operation of the ~intellect: 23 2, 4 | that is contrary to reason, hinders the estimate of ~prudence 24 2, 4 | of ~prudence more than it hinders the estimate of the speculative 25 2, 4 | of opposition; thus cold hinders the action of heat: and 26 2, 5 | possession of such things ~hinders man from having all that 27 2, 6 | under the ~circumstances, it hinders a greater evil which was 28 2, 7 | utility to the end, nothing hinders their being called ~good 29 2, 9 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing hinders that which is better simply 30 2, 9 | and accordingly nothing hinders the will from being moved 31 2, 11 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing hinders one and the same thing from 32 2, 12 | both; wherefore nothing hinders the man who ~intends to 33 2, 13 | speculative knowledge nothing hinders the principle of ~one demonstration 34 2, 13 | under one aspect, ~nothing hinders us from considering in one 35 2, 16 | same ~object. But nothing hinders the use of one thing preceding 36 2, 17 | one as a whole, ~nothing hinders one part from preceding 37 2, 18 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing hinders a thing from being in act 38 2, 18 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing hinders an action that is good in 39 2, 20 | 1~I answer that, Nothing hinders a thing from being one, 40 2, 20 | And accordingly, nothing hinders an ~action from being one, 41 2, 24 | action. For anything that hinders the judgment of reason, 42 2, 24 | moral act. But every passion hinders the judgment of reason: 43 2, 25 | removes the ~obstacle that hinders the concupiscible from resting 44 2, 27 | participation of a form, hinders him ~from gaining the good 45 2, 28 | the beloved. For nothing hinders a thing ~from being both 46 2, 28 | is moved against all that hinders his gaining or ~quietly 47 2, 28 | lover. Consequently whatever hinders the perfection of this ~ 48 2, 29 | really. Wherefore nothing hinders love from being the cause 49 2, 29 | all things. But nothing hinders some particular being or 50 2, 29 | in man's knowledge, which hinders him from gaining the object ~ 51 2, 29 | hateful, in so far as it hinders one from ~accomplishing 52 2, 29 | of hatred. ~But nothing hinders a thing from being common 53 2, 32 | 12,13. Therefore wonder hinders rather than causes pleasure.~ 54 2, 33 | itself?~(3) Whether pleasure hinders the use of reason?~(4) Whether 55 2, 33 | metaphorical expressions nothing hinders one and the ~same thing 56 2, 33 | Para. 1/1~Whether pleasure hinders the use of reason?~Aquin.: 57 2, 33 | Therefore it helps rather than hinders the ~use of reason.~Aquin.: 58 2, 33 | great, either it entirely hinders the use of reason, by ~concentrating 59 2, 33 | attention on itself; or else it hinders it ~considerably. Secondly, 60 2, 33 | respect of ~both points, it hinders the use of reason.~Aquin.: 61 2, 33 | Consequently alteration in the body hinders the use of reason, ~because 62 2, 33 | use of reason, ~because it hinders the act of the imagination 63 2, 33 | of reason. But pleasure hinders the ~use of reason, as stated 64 2, 33 | not every pleasure that hinders the act of reason, ~but 65 2, 34 | which ~destroys prudence and hinders the use of reason, seems 66 2, 34 | pleasure destroys prudence and hinders the use ~of reason; and 67 2, 34 | accord ~with reason, yet it hinders the use of reason, on account 68 2, 35 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing hinders one contrary causing the 69 2, 35 | another. But every ~sorrow hinders any kind of pleasure: as 70 2, 35 | taken in this way, ~nothing hinders some sorrow being contrary 71 2, 35 | contemplation of a less noble object hinders the contemplation of a more ~ 72 2, 35 | namely, in so far as sorrow ~hinders not only one pleasure, but 73 2, 36 | sorrow. Because whatever hinders a movement from reaching 74 2, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing hinders a power which is not simply 75 2, 37 | pleasure; ~since sorrow hinders all pleasure, as stated 76 2, 37 | the ~soul, inasmuch as it hinders it from enjoying that which 77 2, 37 | the other hand, "sorrow hinders it" (Ethic. ~x, 5).~Aquin.: 78 2, 37 | sorrow: and thus sorrow hinders any action: for we ~never 79 2, 38 | contrary movements, ~each hinders the other; yet the one which 80 2, 38 | 31], A[8]), one pleasure hinders ~another; and yet every 81 2, 39 | itself an ~evil, because it hinders the response of the appetite 82 2, 39 | Coel. ii, 3. But "sorrow hinders operation," as stated in ~ 83 2, 39 | paralyzes the soul, and ~hinders it from shunning evil, as 84 2, 39 | Sorrow caused by an action hinders that action: but sorrow ~ 85 2, 40 | begets negligence which ~hinders action. Therefore hope is 86 2, 40 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, sorrow hinders action, as stated above ( 87 2, 40 | the soul." Therefore hope hinders action.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 88 2, 44 | tremble?~(4) Whether it hinders action?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 89 2, 44 | ad ~1): wherefore fear hinders speech which ensues from 90 2, 44 | hindrance ~thereto. But fear hinders counsel: because every passion 91 2, 44 | conduce to counsel, but hinders it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] 92 2, 44 | considered in itself, hinders the faculty of giving good 93 2, 44 | Para. 1/1~Whether fear hinders action?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 94 2, 44 | It would seem that fear hinders action. For action is hindered ~ 95 2, 44 | above (A[2]). Therefore fear hinders action.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 96 2, 44 | being afraid. Therefore fear hinders action.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 97 2, 44 | kind of fear. But laziness ~hinders action. Therefore fear does 98 2, 44 | to disturb the reason, it hinders ~action even on the part 99 2, 44 | itself as being toilsome, it hinders ~work by withdrawing the 100 2, 47 | or evil. ~Again he that hinders another from carrying out 101 2, 48 | 3) Whether above all it hinders the use of reason?~(4) Whether 102 2, 48 | OBJ 3: Further, no effect hinders its cause, since it is conformed 103 2, 48 | its cause. But pleasure hinders anger as stated in Rhet. 104 2, 48 | Pleasure that precedes hinders sorrow from ensuing, and ~ 105 2, 48 | Whether anger above all hinders the use of reason?~Aquin.: 106 2, 48 | disturbance in the ~body hinders even the judgment of reason; 107 2, 48 | anger. In this respect it hinders the judgment of reason.~ 108 2, 48 | But anger, above all, hinders the ~judgment of reason, 109 2, 48 | follows ~an act of reason, and hinders the reason: and in both 110 2, 50 | Divine Nature": ~thus nothing hinders some habit, namely, grace, 111 2, 59 | is a vicious act, nothing hinders a passion from being a vice, 112 2, 59 | pity ~reasonably, nothing hinders pity, in this sense, from 113 2, 59 | to give its consent, it hinders counsel and the ~judgment 114 2, 59 | sorrows for anything that hinders wisdom. ~Consequently there 115 2, 59 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sorrow hinders the work that makes us sorrowful: 116 2, 60 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, virtue hinders evil, even as it produces 117 2, 60 | appetite. Wherefore nothing hinders a ~difference of objects 118 2, 61 | applied to another, nothing hinders one from ranking ~before 119 2, 64 | circumstances: hence nothing hinders something from being extreme ~ 120 2, 66 | relatively. For nothing hinders something from ~being better 121 2, 67 | same subject: for nothing hinders a man from having at one 122 2, 67 | same medium: but nothing hinders them being about the same ~ 123 2, 70 | last and final, nothing hinders ~one fruit bearing another 124 2, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing hinders one thing from standing 125 2, 71 | on something else which hinders man from doing ~what he 126 2, 72 | species or genus, nothing ~hinders our finding one formal aspect 127 2, 72 | specifies them. Hence nothing hinders the same species from ~including 128 2, 72 | one ought not: and nothing hinders contraries from being ~in 129 2, 77 | from considering it. Now it hinders him in ~three ways. First, 130 2, 77 | fetters the reason, and hinders it from arguing and concluding ~ 131 2, 89 | A[1], ad ~2), but only hinders their acts. On the other 132 2, 89 | restricted sense, in so far as it hinders the comeliness that ~results 133 2, 89 | discretion, the lack of years ~hinders the use of reason and excuses 134 2, 94 | addition. In this sense nothing hinders the ~natural law from being 135 2, 103 | nothing save mortal sin hinders us ~from receiving Christ' 136 2, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sin hinders the soul from tending freely 137 2, 4 | act of faith. Now nothing hinders one act from being quickened 138 2, 4 | the inordinate fear that hinders faith; humility ~removes 139 2, 8 | state of faith, nothing ~hinders us from understanding even 140 2, 10 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing hinders a sin that is more grave 141 2, 10 | related to one. Yet nothing hinders one ~man from erring in 142 2, 18 | movable subject to the mover ~hinders the movement. This is what 143 2, 19 | and in this way nothing hinders ~a sin proceeding from a 144 2, 27 | grieves for ~that which hinders the participation of the 145 2, 28 | dissension. Hence nothing hinders those who ~have charity 146 2, 28 | 2). ~Therefore whatever hinders counsel cannot be called 147 2, 28 | called a virtue. But mercy ~hinders counsel, according to the 148 2, 30 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing hinders the proper elicited act 149 2, 31 | whenever fraternal correction hinders the end, ~namely the amendment 150 2, 33 | by weighing on the mind, hinders us from doing things ~that 151 2, 34 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing hinders what is good for one from 152 2, 34 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Nothing hinders a sin from being penal accidentally, 153 2, 36 | accidentally, in which way nothing hinders one contrary from arising ~ 154 2, 39 | above (FS, Q[48], A[3]) hinders the ~judgment of the reason, 155 2, 42 | contrary object, but merely hinders the use of charity.~Aquin.: 156 2, 43 | bodily impediment which hinders the use of reason in them.~ 157 2, 45 | which helps from that which hinders us in ~tending to God." 158 2, 45 | principal part of prudence, but hinders it somewhat, as stated above.~ 159 2, 47 | matters, wherefore ~nothing hinders the same thing belonging 160 2, 53 | and accordingly ~nothing hinders fraud from pertaining to 161 2, 56 | passions. Hence justice hinders theft of ~another's property, 162 2, 56 | things, while liberality hinders it ~as resulting from an 163 2, 60 | injure the person whom one hinders, through hatred, revenge 164 2, 62 | 1~I answer that, Nothing hinders one act from having two 165 2, 63 | because by so doing he hinders him from doing not only 166 2, 64 | unlawfully if by so ~doing he hinders others from going. In like 167 2, 66 | anyone with wicked intent hinders a sin ~being punished. This 168 2, 67 | both on the judge, whom he hinders in the exercise of his office, ~ 169 2, 68 | observed. Hence nothing ~hinders certain persons being excused 170 2, 80 | cause ~of devotion. No cause hinders its effect. But subtle considerations 171 2, 81 | its end: wherefore nothing hinders the act ~of reason, under 172 2, 81 | there is temptation which hinders us from keeping ~God's will, 173 2, 81 | in prayer is sinful ~and hinders the prayer from having fruit. 174 2, 92 | and in this way ~nothing hinders heretics, if they knowingly 175 2, 97 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing hinders two things from belonging 176 2, 98 | that someone maliciously hinders a ~person from obtaining 177 2, 105 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing hinders the formal aspect of some 178 2, 113 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing hinders two vices being contrary 179 2, 115 | Para. 2/2~Again, nothing hinders certain people from spending 180 2, 115 | the experience of want ~hinders those who have acquired 181 2, 115 | act, and avoids whatever hinders ~that act. Now two things 182 2, 120 | follows). Now superstition hinders ~religion by preventing 183 2, 120 | the other hand, irreligion hinders religion by preventing ~ 184 2, 121 | or passion of one power hinders ~the action of another power: 185 2, 121 | wherefore the pain in his senses hinders the ~mind of the brave man 186 2, 124 | respect ~of its causes nothing hinders it from being opposed to 187 2, 127 | AA[3],7). ~Hence nothing hinders a certain security from 188 2, 128 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nothing hinders that which is above the 189 2, 130 | they were great, ~nothing hinders this from being contrary 190 2, 131 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Nothing hinders a person who has a virtuous 191 2, 131 | sentences." For nothing hinders him from ~depreciating himself 192 2, 133 | short of it. Yet nothing hinders this from being directed 193 2, 136 | regards the ~cause that hinders pleasure, for instance toil 194 2, 139 | temperance which above all hinders man from being defiled. 195 2, 147 | most harmful, since it ~hinders the use of reason even more 196 2, 150 | material in ~them. For nothing hinders a virtuous man from providing 197 2, 152 | FS, Q[18], A[7]), nothing hinders the ~deformities of different 198 2, 152 | inordinate copulation, which hinders the good of the future ~ 199 2, 152 | thought. ~Hence nothing hinders man's reason during sleep 200 2, 152 | in marriage, and thus he hinders the good ~of another's children. 201 2, 155 | acts. Wherefore nothing hinders meekness being ~reckoned 202 2, 160 | despise the ~Divine law which hinders him from sinning, according 203 2, 160 | speculative, ~and pride hinders this indirectly by removing 204 2, 170 | Now natural indisposition hinders the considerations ~of acquired 205 2, 173 | rapt man." Again nothing hinders death ~brought about by 206 2, 176 | life of grace. But nothing ~hinders a living thing from working 207 2, 178 | opposition of an ~external thing, hinders delight in that thing. For 208 2, 180 | Therefore the ~active life hinders the contemplative.~Aquin.: 209 2, 180 | Therefore the active ~life hinders the contemplative.~Aquin.: 210 2, 180 | 3: Further, one contrary hinders the other. Now the active 211 2, 180 | evident that the active life hinders the contemplative, in ~so 212 2, 181 | observed (A[3], ad 3), nothing hinders grade and ~state from concurring 213 2, 182 | charity, but also of whatever hinders the mind's affections from 214 2, 182 | not." Wherefore nothing hinders ~some from being perfect 215 2, 182 | above (A[3]). Hence nothing hinders the state of ~perfection 216 2, 183 | operations." ~Hence nothing hinders one from being more fitted 217 2, 184 | the removal of whatever ~hinders man from devoting himself 218 2, 184 | the use ~of sexual union hinders the mind from giving itself 219 2, 184 | A[3]), inasmuch as it hinders those things whereby a ~ 220 2, 185 | an occasion of sin, ~and hinders an act of virtue; hence 221 2, 186 | God. ~Therefore nothing hinders the establishing of a religious 222 2, 186 | distraction to ~man's mind and hinders him from giving himself 223 3, 3 | one simply. For nothing hinders our saying that men, who 224 3, 15 | further satisfaction, but hinders it, ~as has been said. Hence, 225 3, 26 | Para. 2/2~However, nothing hinders certain others from being 226 3, 27 | animated. Wherefore nothing hinders the offspring ~conceived 227 3, 34 | natural to him. but nothing hinders a ~creature from receiving 228 3, 35 | species: wherefore nothing hinders several such relations being 229 3, 49 | gate is the obstacle which hinders ~men from entering in. But 230 3, 60 | above (A[4]). But nothing hinders the same ~thing being signified 231 3, 62 | exterior things. Now nothing ~hinders that which is subsequent 232 3, 68 | not only ~past sins, but hinders the commission of future 233 3, 69 | 9) Whether insincerity hinders the effect of Baptism?~( 234 3, 69 | 1/1~Whether insincerity hinders the effect of Baptism?~Aquin.: 235 3, 69 | Ghost. Therefore insincerity hinders the effect of Baptism.~Aquin.: 236 3, 69 | manifest that insincerity hinders the effect of Baptism.~Aquin.: 237 3, 69 | than Baptism, because ~it hinders its effect. But the stronger 238 3, 71 | the devil in so far as he hinders man from ~obtaining glory, 239 3, 71 | ablution; but in ~so far as he hinders man from receiving the sacrament, 240 3, 80 | that occurs during sleep hinders anyone from ~receiving this 241 3, 80 | defilement of ~necessity hinders the receiving of this sacrament.~ 242 3, 80 | then owing to its cause it ~hinders the receiving of this sacrament.~ 243 3, 80 | or drink taken beforehand hinders the receiving of this ~sacrament?~ 244 3, 82 | deprive him of his orders; but hinders him from ~exercising them, 245 3, 84 | another, so that ~nothing hinders a man from being joyful 246 Suppl, 1 | quickens it. Wherefore nothing hinders matter being quickened anew 247 Suppl, 4 | as the act of one virtue hinders the act of ~another which 248 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 2: Further, that which hinders the observance of a Divine 249 Suppl, 39| its lawfulness, ~since it hinders not the power, but the act 250 Suppl, 41| this ~kind, one of which hinders another, such an inclination 251 Suppl, 41| corrupts virtue not only ~hinders the act of reason, but also 252 Suppl, 42| maintained, since the same grace hinders sin and inclines to ~good, 253 Suppl, 51| I answer that, Whatever hinders a cause, of its very nature 254 Suppl, 51| cause, of its very nature hinders the ~effect likewise. Now 255 Suppl, 51| also. Hence, ~when error hinders knowledge, there follows 256 Suppl, 52| regarding the condition hinders a marriage from being ~contracted 257 Suppl, 52| natural things that which hinders a thing being ~generated 258 Suppl, 54| marriage. Now consanguinity ~hinders the good of the offspring, 259 Suppl, 55| Affinity that precedes marriage hinders marriage being ~contracted 260 Suppl, 56| as carnal ~relationship hinders marriage, even so does spiritual 261 Suppl, 56| marriage. ~If it precedes, it hinders the contracting of marriage 262 Suppl, 56| chief marriage goods, it hinders one of the secondary goods, 263 Suppl, 56| weak impediment, since it ~hinders the contracting of marriage 264 Suppl, 56| same parent. ~Each of these hinders the contracting of marriage 265 Suppl, 58| impediment (for it not only ~hinders the mingling of seeds but 266 Suppl, 58| passing impediment which hinders the cause of marriage, ~ 267 Suppl, 58| But an impediment that ~hinders the act must needs be perpetual 268 Suppl, 59| For ~disparity of worship hinders not only the second perfection 269 Suppl, 65| of something which wholly hinders the end; ~for instance a 270 Suppl, 65| great deficiency in eating ~hinders both the health of the body, 271 Suppl, 65| destroys nor in any way hinders the first end of ~marriage, 272 Suppl, 65| destroy the second end, it hinders it considerably for there 273 Suppl, 71| expiation of the guilt that hinders it from ~obtaining glory. 274 Suppl, 71| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nothing hinders the rich from being in some 275 Suppl, 72| commenting on ~Mt. 24:29 "nothing hinders us from gathering that the 276 Suppl, 83| sense of ~pain. But sickness hinders the sense of pain by weakening 277 Suppl, 86| essential reward. But nothing hinders an accidental reward from 278 Suppl, 89| be a mere form, nothing hinders it from being the ~form 279 Suppl, 89| form. In this sense nothing hinders ~our intellect, although 280 Suppl, 89| 1~Reply OBJ 12: Nothing hinders us from saying that after 281 Suppl, 92| spiritually. Hence ~nothing hinders Him, in this way of speaking, 282 Suppl, 93| and virgins. Yet ~nothing hinders the other aureoles from 283 Suppl, 93| of bodies. Hence nothing hinders one ~aureole being more 284 Suppl, 94| Dial. iv): "I see not what hinders us from ~believing that 285 Appen2, 1| good; while not every good hinders some consummation of evil,


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