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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | before he had not willed; or cease to will what ~he had willed 2 1, 22 | universe. ~A lion would cease to live, if there were no 3 1, 45 | exists, action and passion cease. ~Therefore creation itself 4 1, 46 | always in its ~end, cannot cease and cannot begin; because 5 1, 48 | prohibitions and ~penalties would cease, for they exist only for 6 1, 62 | natural knowledge and love ~cease.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 7 1, 62 | angel in ~beatitude does not cease to be rational. Therefore 8 1, 63 | excellence, which would cease to be singular because ~ 9 1, 63 | be so ~upraised, it would cease to be itself. But herein 10 1, 64 | spirits, lest they should cease to be of ~service in the 11 1, 66 | movement of bodies will cease. And such must have been ~ 12 1, 75 | for a ~subsistent form to cease to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 46 | exists, action and passion cease. ~Therefore creation itself 14 1, 47 | always in its ~end, cannot cease and cannot begin; because 15 1, 49 | prohibitions and ~penalties would cease, for they exist only for 16 1, 63 | natural knowledge and love ~cease.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 17 1, 63 | angel in ~beatitude does not cease to be rational. Therefore 18 1, 64 | excellence, which would cease to be singular because ~ 19 1, 64 | be so ~upraised, it would cease to be itself. But herein 20 1, 65 | spirits, lest they should cease to be of ~service in the 21 1, 67 | movement of bodies will cease. And such must have been ~ 22 1, 74 | for a ~subsistent form to cease to exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP 23 1, 78 | according to him, as soon as we ~cease to understand something 24 1, 90 | for other purposes would cease. Fourthly, because if man' 25 1, 101 | sanctifying him (for if this work cease, man at once relapses into ~ 26 1, 102 | without which they would cease to exist. For a thing so 27 1, 102 | government, it ~would wholly cease to exist. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 28 1, 103 | their nature would ~at once cease, and all nature would collapse." 29 1, 103 | we exist." But God cannot cease to be good. Therefore He 30 1, 103 | cannot cause ~things to cease to exist; which would be 31 1, 103 | existence; and thus they would cease to exist; and this ~would 32 1, 103 | themselves. But at some time they cease to exist. Therefore they 33 1, 107 | to a certain degree will cease. It will cease accordingly 34 1, 107 | degree will cease. It will cease accordingly as their ~offices 35 1, 117 | A[3]): ~for it would not cease to exist when the body perishes. 36 1, 118 | another matter, or that it can cease ~to be in its proper matter; 37 1, 118 | that the human form ~can cease to exist in this (particular) 38 2, 3 | inquire. Nor does this inquiry cease until he ~arrive at a knowledge 39 2, 5 | happy: and thus man will cease to be happy.~Aquin.: SMT 40 2, 17 | movement, which cannot cease at once. But the condition 41 2, 25 | retaliation causes anger to cease, because it ~produces pleasure 42 2, 31 | appetitive faculty does not cease, ~since, just as before 43 2, 33 | not ~possessed, does not cease altogether.~Aquin.: SMT 44 2, 48 | vengeance ~makes anger to cease, because it substitutes 45 2, 53 | in so far, to wit, as we cease from exercising an act ~ 46 2, 57 | works ~does not make a habit cease to be an art; since there 47 2, 67 | intellectual virtues will cease after this life. ~Aquin.: 48 2, 67 | memory. Now these ~powers cease when the body is corrupted: 49 2, 67 | FP, Q[85], A[1], ad 5, cease as soon as the body is corrupted. ~ 50 2, 67 | intellectual virtues, these latter cease ~when the body is destroyed: 51 2, 67 | substance of a habit does not cease through the ~withdrawal 52 2, 73 | else ~the animal would cease to live: and the same applies 53 2, 77 | members of the human body cease to be subject to its governing 54 2, 79 | steering the ship, unless he cease to steer while able and ~ 55 2, 81 | not in its will, it would cease to be a guilty stain binding 56 2, 90 | because then law would cease, when the act of reason ~ 57 2, 92 | Reply OBJ 1: Just as to cease from evil is a kind of good, 58 2, 96 | measured or ruled, they would cease to be of use, since their 59 2, 100 | good," and Is. 1:16,17: "Cease to do perversely; ~learn 60 2, 103 | ceremonies of the Old Law did not cease at ~the coming of Christ. 61 2, 103 | of ~the Old Law did not cease at Christ's coming.~Aquin.: 62 2, 103 | third states, had need to cease at the advent of the ~second 63 2, 105 | prescribed that debts should cease together after the lapse 64 2, 107 | eagerness for ~divorce might cease through being weakened during 65 2, 109 | sin is not the same as ~to cease the act of sin; but to rise 66 2, 113 | former sin, but he does not cease to have the guilt, hence ~ 67 2, 2 | intellect, wherefore they do not cease to be unseen. ~But they 68 2, 10 | authority can be made to cease, when a son is ~set at liberty; 69 2, 20 | gives glory to those who cease from good works: and it ~ 70 2, 22 | then again the act would cease to ~be voluntary and meritorious, 71 2, 23 | advance along the way would cease. Hence the ~Apostle calls 72 2, 23 | acts decrease and sometimes cease altogether through cessation ~ 73 2, 23 | so that when human acts cease, the virtue acquired thereby 74 2, 23 | this reason decrease, or cease altogether, unless the ~ 75 2, 23 | and afterwards were to cease, which would be inconsistent 76 2, 23 | just as the light would cease at once ~in the air, were 77 2, 24 | neighbor." Now sinners do not cease to be men, ~for sin does 78 2, 25 | unions supervene and may cease altogether. Therefore the 79 2, 25 | a more ~grievous sin to cease loving a benefactor or to 80 2, 25 | work against him, than to ~cease loving one to whom one has 81 2, 27 | movement of desire does not cease in us, because it still 82 2, 31 | a sick person, must not cease to take care of ~him, even 83 2, 31 | accord, he should be made to cease sinning by being ~punished, 84 2, 41 | punishment for sin should cease, when the peril of schism 85 2, 41 | being explained the scandal cease. If, however, the scandal ~ 86 2, 50 | 3). ~Now all doubt will cease in heaven. Therefore there 87 2, 50 | action of the mover does not ~cease even after the form has 88 2, 60 | has more ~than his due may cease to have it, but that he 89 2, 72 | away, contentions shall cease." Hence it is that ~a tale-bearer 90 2, 74 | or at least that he may ~cease from harming others.~Aquin.: 91 2, 86 | deed, the latter does ~not cease to be expedient: thus it 92 2, 86 | that is consecrated to God ~cease to be consecrated, so long 93 2, 86 | his religious profession cease to be a religious, although 94 2, 102 | stability of human affairs would cease. Hence ~faith in Christ 95 2, 102 | and ~therefore it had to cease on the advent of truth. 96 2, 105 | other becomes, he should cease from bestowing his favors 97 2, 115 | chiefly to do, nor ~does he cease from doing it. But a liberal 98 2, 120 | the Divine law does ~not cease from his work. Yet he profanes 99 2, 121 | endeavor, we shall surely ~cease to love virtue itself, since 100 2, 140 | frequently ~in order to cease being a coward.~Aquin.: 101 2, 148 | others thereto, must either cease or be deposed; a subdeacon, ~ 102 2, 150 | experienced ~venereal lust should cease to have had that experience. 103 2, 152 | and this certainly would cease if the union of sexes were ~ 104 2, 154 | continence or ~incontinence cease, because such people do 105 2, 156 | time and thus his anger cease. On the other hand, the 106 2, 173 | soul. Now when these forces cease to operate, the soul is 107 2, 173 | separated from ~the body as to cease to be united thereto as 108 2, 178 | void, ~or tongues shall cease, or knowledge shall be destroyed." 109 2, 179 | of external actions will cease, ~and if there be any external 110 2, 183 | bishopric should the obstacle cease, for instance by the correction 111 2, 183 | moderation, so, to wit, that they cease to be in want without ~becoming 112 3, 8 | from ~this world, wholly cease to be members of Christ, 113 3, 9 | comes, the heat does not cease, but remains as an effect ~ 114 3, 29 | why this happened, it will cease to be wonderful; ~if another 115 3, 31 | His Mother's womb, as to cease to be elsewhere, as though 116 3, 38 | for the baptism of John to cease when ~Christ had been baptized. 117 3, 48 | in the second way he did cease because of ~sin. And therefore 118 3, 50 | assuming ~[of nature] did not cease at Christ's death. Therefore 119 3, 50 | it seems that He ~did not cease to be a man in consequence 120 3, 50 | this ~assumption did not cease by the separation of the 121 3, 61 | came. For the figure should cease with the advent of the truth. 122 3, 62 | being created by God should cease to ~exist as soon as the 123 3, 63 | means to the end should cease ~also: thus after the resurrection 124 3, 63 | because ~begetting will cease, which is the purpose of 125 3, 66 | I answer that, Water may cease to be pure or plain water 126 3, 68 | wrong done to him, is to cease from sin: for the ~very 127 3, 75 | would follow that it ~would cease to be in heaven: for what 128 3, 76 | the sacramental species cease to exist.~Aquin.: SMT TP 129 3, 76 | species ~remain: and when they cease, Christ's body ceases to 130 3, 76 | the sacramental species cease to be present, ~as stated 131 3, 76 | the ~sacramental species cease to be present. Therefore 132 3, 76 | occurs, Christ does ~not cease to be under this sacrament.~ 133 3, 77 | consequently they do not cease to be ~accidents, because 134 3, 77 | action of the instrument must cease, as when the carpenter rests, 135 3, 77 | blood of Christ do ~not cease to be under this sacrament 136 3, 77 | species, Christ's ~blood will cease to be under that part of 137 3, 77 | cause the blood of Christ to cease to be under the whole; because 138 3, 80 | Christ's body does not cease to be under them, as stated 139 3, 80 | sinner does ~not at once cease to be, but it continues 140 3, 80 | Christ's body would not cease to be under the ~species, 141 3, 80 | that Christ's body would cease to be there, directly ~it 142 3, 82 | being wicked ~he does not cease to be Christ's minister; 143 3, 83 | likewise ~neither does it cease to be there. Consequently, 144 3, 83 | thither, ~for it does not cease to be there; but he offers 145 3, 84 | 31:16): "Let thy voice cease from weeping, and thy eyes ~ 146 3, 89 | existing, but also after they cease to exist actually, and as ~ 147 Suppl, 11| so confession ~does not cease to be sacramental although 148 Suppl, 41| lest the human race should cease to multiply. ~Since then 149 Suppl, 52| yet does not cause it to cease to be; as instanced by ~ 150 Suppl, 53| wherefore a thing does not cease to be in a person's power 151 Suppl, 55| versa." Because if the cause cease the effect ceases. Now the 152 Suppl, 57| unreasonable that the aforesaid tie cease, for ~instance when he ceases 153 Suppl, 59| perchance the husband wish to ~cease from intercourse with his 154 Suppl, 62| does not make a marriage cease to be valid. For, ~according 155 Suppl, 65| 3,7). Hence, when they cease to be binding, it is ~lawful 156 Suppl, 71| impossible for punishment to cease, unless first of all guilt 157 Suppl, 72| Orbis.). But generation will cease then. Therefore neither 158 Suppl, 72| movement of heaven will cease, so will the light of the 159 Suppl, 72| light of these bodies to ~cease when our Lord comes.~Aquin.: 160 Suppl, 72| the heavenly bodies will cease, but rather that it ~will 161 Suppl, 72| wherefore it must needs ~cease when the imperfection ceases: 162 Suppl, 72| all things that they will cease to be, but it will ~consume 163 Suppl, 72| since these movements will cease (such as the ebb ~and flow 164 Suppl, 74| the heavenly movement will cease. For this reason, too, certain ~ 165 Suppl, 74| of the heavens will never cease, ~maintained that human 166 Suppl, 74| falseness of those who even now cease ~not to calculate.~Aquin.: 167 Suppl, 74| instant that the heavens will cease to ~move the dead will rise 168 Suppl, 78| come all pre-eminence will cease, as a ~gloss observes on 169 Suppl, 78| wherefore all these will cease ~at the resurrection. And 170 Suppl, 79| hearts and tongues shall not cease to praise ~God." The same 171 Suppl, 81| just as it will ~never cease to be a body. Moreover, 172 Suppl, 81| away altogether, or that it cease to ~hinder, it does not 173 Suppl, 83| punishment for sin ~should not cease except the sin be forgiven. 174 Suppl, 86| Therefore all supremacy will cease then. But the carrying out 175 Suppl, 88| the heavenly bodies will cease?~(3) Whether the heavenly 176 Suppl, 88| the heavenly bodies will cease?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 177 Suppl, 88| heavenly bodies will not cease. For it is written (Gn. 178 Suppl, 88| night and day ~shall not cease." Now night and day, summer 179 Suppl, 88| movement of the sun will never cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 180 Suppl, 88| of ~the heaven will never cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 181 Suppl, 88| of the ~heaven will not cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 182 Suppl, 88| if the movement were to cease, this could only be ~because 183 Suppl, 88| of the heaven ~will never cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 184 Suppl, 88| the heavens will never ~cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 185 Suppl, 88| movement ~of the heaven will cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 186 Suppl, 88| heavenly ~movement will cease at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP 187 Suppl, 88| world." But generation ~will cease when the number of the elect 188 Suppl, 88| movement of the heaven will cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 189 Suppl, 88| be useless, or it ~will cease at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP 190 Suppl, 88| movement of the heaven will cease naturally. But this again ~ 191 Suppl, 88| movement of the heaven will cease at this renewal of the world, 192 Suppl, 88| the heavenly body ~will cease as soon as man is glorified.~ 193 Suppl, 88| of ~the heaven will not cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 194 Suppl, 88| which He had mentioned ~will cease after this state.~Aquin.: 195 Suppl, 88| OBJ 9: Time will at length cease, when the heavenly movement ~ 196 Suppl, 88| movement of heaven will cease ~naturally, we must reply 197 Suppl, 88| generation ceases, movement will cease as stated above (A[2]). ~ 198 Suppl, 88| the heavenly bodies will cease ~rather than increase.~Aquin.: 199 Suppl, 88| while its movement will cease.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 200 Suppl, 88| species will at ~length cease to be.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 201 Suppl, 88| animals will altogether cease after the renewal of the 202 Suppl, 88| movement. Now this will cease ~then. Therefore it will 203 Suppl, 88| 3/3~Further, if the end cease, those things which are 204 Suppl, 88| directed to the end ~should cease. Now animals and plants 205 Suppl, 88| animals and plants should cease. ~But after this renewal 206 Suppl, 88| renewal animal life will cease in man. Therefore neither ~ 207 Suppl, 88| body, plants and animals cease as to their species, it 208 Suppl, 89| then all superiority will cease, as a gloss observes on 209 Suppl, 89| superiority of the orders will ~cease refers to their present 210 Suppl, 93| though the ~supererogation cease, one merits the aureole.~ 211 Suppl, 95| since ~then there "will cease to be two cities," according 212 Suppl, 96| that those should never cease to be punished, who in ~ 213 Suppl, 96| death; nor should punishment cease so long as ~guilt remains. ~ 214 Appen1, 1| all natural action will cease, through the ~cessation 215 Appen1, 2| because the fomes will cease when the soul is separated, ~


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