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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | which one cannot bear to be ~deprived; thus even non-being can 2 1, 23 | especially in so far as this is deprived of grace through the ~corruption 3 1, 25 | this one thing alone is God deprived - namely, ~to make undone 4 1, 48 | uncreated, as by being deprived of the vision of God, the 5 1, 48 | end; because one may be deprived of both of these in some 6 1, 50 | roundness, if the bronze be deprived of its circular shape. Now 7 1, 63 | and consequently they were deprived of the beatitude ~which 8 1, 64 | intellect is darkened by being ~deprived of the knowledge of all 9 1, 64 | Therefore the demons are deprived of all knowledge of truth.~ 10 1, 64 | xi). ~But the demons are deprived of such knowledge: "for 11 1, 64 | the same reason, they are deprived of all other ~knowledge 12 1, 64 | man is punished by being deprived of a hand or a foot or of 13 1, 64 | charity, they are ~utterly deprived.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 14 1, 64 | will. Moreover, they are deprived of happiness, which ~they 15 1, 76 | which is imperfect as being deprived of the above ~means of protection.~ 16 1, 49 | uncreated, as by being deprived of the vision of God, the 17 1, 49 | end; because one may be deprived of both of these in some 18 1, 51 | roundness, if the bronze be deprived of its circular shape. Now 19 1, 64 | and consequently they were deprived of the beatitude ~which 20 1, 65 | intellect is darkened by being ~deprived of the knowledge of all 21 1, 65 | Therefore the demons are deprived of all knowledge of truth.~ 22 1, 65 | xi). ~But the demons are deprived of such knowledge: "for 23 1, 65 | the same reason, they are deprived of all other ~knowledge 24 1, 65 | man is punished by being deprived of a hand or a foot or of 25 1, 65 | charity, they are ~utterly deprived.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 26 1, 65 | will. Moreover, they are deprived of happiness, which ~they 27 1, 75 | which is imperfect as being deprived of the above ~means of protection.~ 28 1, 77 | that when the members are deprived of their natural disposition, ~ 29 1, 78 | potentiality, without being deprived of ~anything. And accordingly, 30 1, 85 | applied to that which is deprived of any formal term. ~And 31 1, 91 | Reply OBJ 3: If God had deprived the world of all those things 32 1, 97 | corruptible, man was not ~to be deprived thereof.~Aquin.: SMT FP 33 1, 98 | children would ~not have been deprived of the use of their limbs.~ 34 1, 102 | governed alone, things would be deprived of the ~perfection of causality. 35 1, 108 | perfection the demons are deprived; and therefore ~the good 36 1, 112 | even Anti-christ, ~are not deprived of the interior help of 37 1, 112 | reason; so neither are ~they deprived of that exterior help granted 38 1, 117 | is without a body it is deprived of ~its natural perfection. 39 2, 18 | walk; but inasmuch as he is deprived of ~sight he suffers a defect 40 2, 31 | as beasts or fools are deprived ~thereof, as Augustine says 41 2, 39 | except ~for the soul to be deprived of that which it was wont 42 2, 44 | the outward ~members being deprived, through fear, of their 43 2, 48 | the tongue is altogether ~deprived of speech; and taciturnity 44 2, 72 | pure privation but an act deprived of its due ~order: hence 45 2, 72 | thing which the subject is deprived, even as ~other privations. 46 2, 73 | whoever commits one sin, is deprived of all the virtues. Therefore ~ 47 2, 78 | evil simply, whereby he ~is deprived of a spiritual good, in 48 2, 78 | incurring God's anger, to being deprived of the ~pleasure.~Aquin.: 49 2, 79 | punished, ~who is thereby deprived of some good or other: but 50 2, 81 | children would not have been deprived of original ~justice: and 51 2, 85 | is owing to their being deprived of grace by Divine justice. 52 2, 85 | so far as the reason is deprived of its order to the true, 53 2, 85 | in so far as the will is deprived of its order of ~good, there 54 2, 85 | far as the irascible is ~deprived of its order to the arduous, 55 2, 85 | as the concupiscible is deprived of its order to the ~delectable, 56 2, 87 | because, to wit, when men are deprived of the help of Divine ~grace, 57 2, 87 | is applied to one ~who is deprived of spiritual goods, according 58 2, 87 | subject, viz. a ~human being deprived of grace, without which 59 2, 87 | is left to itself, ~and deprived of original justice: and 60 2, 106 | parents deserved ~to be deprived of the aid of grace: and 61 2, 107 | unreasonably: whereas Our Lord deprived them of vengeance ~more 62 2, 2 | whom would be altogether deprived of ~the knowledge of God, 63 2, 6 | be deformed through being deprived of ~an intrinsic form, viz. 64 2, 10 | faith, and unbelievers are deprived of the ~opportunity to deceive, 65 2, 10 | threatens, if through ~being deprived of the sacraments their 66 2, 12 | should ~be punished by being deprived of the allegiance of their 67 2, 18 | and that he ~fear to be deprived of it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 68 2, 24 | respect he was loth to be ~deprived thereof, according to 2 69 2, 24 | because the sinner ~is thus deprived of the power to sin any 70 2, 26 | himself. For he wished to ~be deprived for a time of the Divine 71 2, 27 | which we wish well, is deprived of its good or afflicted 72 2, 29 | of the common weal are ~deprived of all beneficence, in so 73 2, 30 | that he would sin if he deprived himself of what he needed, 74 2, 33 | fact that we sigh at being ~deprived of spiritual fruit, and 75 2, 37 | from a Jew or a pagan, than deprived of that mark, which is ~ 76 2, 38 | slain in ~these trials are deprived of ecclesiastical burial. 77 2, 57 | law of the state by being deprived of an honorable burial, 78 2, 59 | so ~forth, whereby he is deprived of his good name, and openly, 79 2, 59 | passion if he be merely deprived of that thing, because the ~ 80 2, 60 | instance if one man has deprived ~another of a limb, he must 81 2, 60 | the same ~as though he had deprived a man of what he already 82 2, 60 | no one can be unjustly deprived of what he is not bound ~ 83 2, 60 | two ways. First, by being deprived of what ~he actually has; 84 2, 60 | yet since ~that other is deprived of what is his, both are 85 2, 62 | be ~done unless these be deprived of life: wherefore it is 86 2, 63 | nature that it ~should be deprived of a member. Therefore it 87 2, 63 | authority a person is lawfully ~deprived of life altogether on account 88 2, 63 | heinous sins, so ~is he deprived of a member on account of 89 2, 76 | imperfect, and who would be deprived of ~many advantages, if 90 2, 77 | which consists in being deprived of ~seeing God and is inflicted 91 2, 81 | profit them not, I am not deprived of my reward," as the gloss ~ 92 2, 81 | them, yet shall not I be deprived of my reward." Now reward 93 2, 81 | and consequently he is deprived of the fruit of his ~prayer. 94 2, 84 | compelled to do so by being ~deprived of the Church's sacraments. 95 2, 84 | may be punished by being deprived of the sacraments, not by 96 2, 86 | whereof he seems to be deprived by the necessity implicated 97 2, 98 | fittingly punished by being ~deprived of what they have acquired 98 2, 98 | fittingly punished by being deprived of what they have acquired 99 2, 98 | punishment for a person to be deprived of ~what he has acquired 100 2, 98 | not be punished by being deprived of what has been bestowed 101 2, 98 | person should not always be deprived of what he has acquired 102 2, 98 | they should not always be deprived of what they have received.~ 103 2, 98 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: To be deprived of what one has received 104 2, 98 | simoniacally, not only is he deprived of what he ~has received, 105 2, 102 | starvation, through being deprived of every ~good." Thus the 106 2, 105 | Therefore he should be deprived of the ~favor.~Aquin.: SMT 107 2, 105 | certain that he deserves to be deprived of our favor. The second 108 2, 106 | death," whereby man is ~deprived of life; "stripes," "retaliation," 109 2, 106 | imprisonment," ~whereby he is deprived of freedom; "exile" whereby 110 2, 108 | because faith would be deprived of ~its certitude which 111 2, 109 | for no one is ~entirely deprived of holiness save through 112 2, 109 | mortal sin, whereby he is ~deprived of holiness, yet, in his 113 2, 120 | his parents deserves to be deprived of life because he is ungrateful ~ 114 2, 120 | their parents, are ~sooner deprived of life, while others, who 115 2, 148 | since no man wishes to be deprived of the ~use of reason. Therefore 116 2, 150 | to virginity than being deprived of a hand or ~foot.~Aquin.: 117 2, 152 | while he sleeps and ~is deprived of reason's judgment, is 118 2, 162 | account of his fault, be deprived of a ~favor bestowed on 119 2, 162 | entire human ~nature, being deprived of that favor in their posterity, 120 2, 162 | that one who has ~been deprived of his sight for a sin he 121 2, 162 | our first parents were deprived of the Divine favor, whereby 122 2, 162 | the first place by being deprived of that which ~was befitting 123 2, 162 | because he knows himself ~deprived of that place on account 124 2, 170 | if a man were altogether ~deprived of the natural senses. In 125 2, 179 | Divine vision, so as ~to be deprived of the joys of inward contemplation." 126 2, 181 | from the senate, he is ~deprived of his dignity rather than 127 2, 184 | And lest anyone should be deprived ~of the hope of attaining 128 2, 186 | Hence they are ~not entirely deprived of the fruit of the contemplative 129 3, 26 | beatitude on ~those who were deprived of it - for which reason 130 3, 39 | then than to be altogether deprived ~of grace."~Aquin.: SMT 131 3, 42 | altogether, lest they should be deprived of the hope of salvation. 132 3, 42 | occasioned among the Jews, it was deprived of its results; for it is ~ 133 3, 42 | of parables, than to be deprived of it altogether. Nevertheless 134 3, 46 | and by violence, should be deprived of it by some superior ~ 135 3, 48 | another's property shall be deprived of it, ~because deceit and 136 3, 49 | His ~Passion the devil was deprived of his power over man.~Aquin.: 137 3, 49 | is only just that he be deprived ~of something else which 138 3, 63 | even apostates are ~not deprived of their baptism, for when 139 3, 66 | not even apostates are deprived of Baptism, since when they 140 3, 69 | the punishment of being deprived of the heavenly vision. ~ 141 3, 69 | arise, ~inasmuch as it is deprived of original justice. Therefore 142 3, 69 | health. For they are not deprived of ~regeneration, through 143 3, 73 | cannot possess life, who are deprived of ~the body and blood of 144 3, 73 | Christ's ~body; nor is he deprived of his share in that body 145 3, 76 | Christ's body is not really ~deprived of its dimensive quantity 146 3, 77 | since the atmosphere ~is not deprived of its own accidents, it 147 3, 80 | should it be given to others deprived of the use of ~reason.~Aquin.: 148 3, 82 | from the faith "are not deprived of their Baptism," from 149 3, 82 | minister unworthily, are deprived ~of the fruit, as was said 150 3, 82 | 2: The sinful priest, if deprived by the Church's sentence ~ 151 3, 82 | obligation lapses. But if not ~deprived of the power of celebrating, 152 3, 83 | Nevertheless, lest the Church be deprived on that day of the ~fruit 153 3, 89 | the sacred canons must be deprived of ~the exercise of their 154 3, 89 | in ~itself, through being deprived of the principle of life: 155 Suppl, 2 | should be sorry for having deprived himself of virtue. ~But 156 Suppl, 2 | punishment thereof he was to be deprived of seeing God. But every 157 Suppl, 6 | such a person would not be deprived of ~proper burial if he 158 Suppl, 14| Para. 1/1~Whether, when deprived of charity, a man can make 159 Suppl, 19| much he may through sin be deprived of grace, whereby sins are ~ 160 Suppl, 19| forgiven, yet he is by no means deprived of the use of the keys.~ 161 Suppl, 19| another, so a man may be deprived of his authority over ~another 162 Suppl, 19| so far as ~they are thus deprived, they cannot have the use 163 Suppl, 19| prelate absolve if he be deprived of his authority, yet he 164 Suppl, 21| minor*, by ~which man is not deprived of the suffrages of the 165 Suppl, 21| two ways. First, by being ~deprived merely of the participation 166 Suppl, 21| excommunication. Secondly, by being deprived of both, and this is ~the 167 Suppl, 21| who are ~excommunicate are deprived of - ~"os, orare, vale, 168 Suppl, 21| of which a man cannot be deprived against ~his will. Secondly, 169 Suppl, 21| to himself so that being deprived of those helps whereby he 170 Suppl, 21| very fact that a man is deprived of the prayers of ~the Church, 171 Suppl, 21| for instance, a man may be deprived of the instruction which 172 Suppl, 22| communion of the faithful, he is deprived of the use of jurisdiction. 173 Suppl, 22| who are suspended are not deprived of the prayers of the ~Church, 174 Suppl, 22| But when a man has been deprived of a thing, ~he cannot be 175 Suppl, 22| of a thing, ~he cannot be deprived of it again. Therefore one 176 Suppl, 28| ordain such a one ought to be deprived of the power of ~ordaining, 177 Suppl, 29| recipient of this sacrament is deprived of his strength, so that 178 Suppl, 31| order that no one may be deprived of spiritual ~regeneration.~ 179 Suppl, 39| Therefore a man ought not to be ~deprived of the degree of Orders 180 Suppl, 52| consent, the latter ~would be deprived of a service due to him 181 Suppl, 53| death. But she cannot be deprived by her ~husband's act of 182 Suppl, 53| his ministry she would ~be deprived of the payment of the debt, 183 Suppl, 53| of which she cannot be deprived ~according to law if the 184 Suppl, 58| imagination, whereby he is deprived of the concupiscence that ~ 185 Suppl, 58| to be punished ~by being deprived of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 186 Suppl, 59| then the latter would be deprived of marriage if ~she were 187 Suppl, 59| difficult if she knew she was deprived of her husband. If however ~ 188 Suppl, 59| tardy conversion that she is deprived of her husband.~Aquin.: 189 Suppl, 60| must be punished by being deprived of ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 190 Suppl, 64| the wife is not ~entirely deprived of her right, since she 191 Suppl, 67| the justice of God, but deprived their ~sin of its guilt, 192 Suppl, 68| ways: First, because he is deprived of his due, and thus an 193 Suppl, 68| legitimate son is sometimes deprived of his inheritance on account 194 Suppl, 69| that those ~souls that are deprived of that share are assigned 195 Suppl, 70| separated souls will not be ~deprived of the acts of the sensitive 196 Suppl, 70| the separated soul will be deprived of the acts of the sensitive 197 Suppl, 71| of another, unless he ~be deprived of something of his own. 198 Suppl, 71| will in this respect be deprived of the fruit of ~the suffrages, 199 Suppl, 72| and stars ~will then be deprived of their light, as we know 200 Suppl, 77| which a thief ~has been deprived for theft, and who has afterwards 201 Suppl, 79| yet that they will be ~deprived of their active and passive 202 Suppl, 79| qualities will remain, but deprived of their proper ~activities, 203 Suppl, 79| in a certain ~respect "He deprived the flames of the Chaldees' 204 Suppl, 79| who have been maimed and deprived of their ~limbs will not 205 Suppl, 80| because since it cannot be deprived ~of any of its matter, sometimes 206 Suppl, 86| all subsequent works are ~deprived of the perfection of a right 207 Suppl, 88| Therefore no body will be deprived of what pertains to its ~ 208 Suppl, 88| natural. Therefore it is not deprived thereof by glory.~Aquin.: 209 Suppl, 88| heavenly bodies were not deprived of their ~light; and so 210 Suppl, 88| the elements will not be deprived of them at this renewal. 211 Suppl, 88| For the elements should be deprived of nothing that belongs 212 Suppl, 95| Further, the damned are not deprived of their inordinate ~affections. 213 Suppl, 95| they will ~be altogether deprived of seeing the blessed: nor 214 Appen1, 1| such a nature, that is ~deprived of this good, which in the 215 Appen1, 1| God in that ~they will be deprived of seeing God will be more 216 Appen1, 1| Now these souls will be deprived of seeing God. ~Therefore 217 Appen1, 1| Therefore since they are deprived of it, ~seemingly they also 218 Appen1, 1| fault of theirs they are deprived thereof, on the ~contrary: 219 Appen1, 1| that he is disinherited or ~deprived of a limb through no fault 220 Appen1, 1| souls ~likewise, albeit deprived of so great a good through 221 Appen1, 1| suffer pain through being deprived of eternal ~life on account 222 Appen1, 1| God, and that they are ~deprived of seeing Him, and that 223 Appen1, 1| the fact of their ~being deprived of eternal life and the 224 Appen1, 1| not grieve through being deprived of what is beyond one's 225 Appen1, 1| nowise grieve for being deprived of the divine ~vision; nay,


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