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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hinder

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | if there is nothing to hinder it." But the ~will of God 2 1, 19 | of a secondary cause can ~hinder God's will from producing 3 1, 22 | Either, then, God cannot hinder these, and thus is not ~ 4 1, 53 | there is ~nothing to hinder us from assigning a divisible 5 1, 55 | So there is ~nothing to hinder us from saying that the 6 1, 56 | nature of an angel does not hinder him from knowing the ~other 7 1, 58 | them, there is ~nothing to hinder them from being in potentiality: 8 1, 58 | hence there is nothing to hinder ~both from being at the 9 1, 61 | But there is nothing to hinder us from ~saying that the 10 1, 62 | Accordingly ~there is nothing to hinder natural knowledge and love 11 1, 63 | Consequently, there is nothing to hinder the term of creation and 12 1, 64 | Hence there is nothing to hinder a man from being ~sorry 13 1, 54 | there is ~nothing to hinder us from assigning a divisible 14 1, 56 | So there is ~nothing to hinder us from saying that the 15 1, 57 | nature of an angel does not hinder him from knowing the ~other 16 1, 59 | them, there is ~nothing to hinder them from being in potentiality: 17 1, 59 | hence there is nothing to hinder ~both from being at the 18 1, 62 | But there is nothing to hinder us from ~saying that the 19 1, 63 | Accordingly ~there is nothing to hinder natural knowledge and love 20 1, 64 | Consequently, there is nothing to hinder the term of creation and 21 1, 65 | Hence there is nothing to hinder a man from being ~sorry 22 1, 80 | resists these attacks that hinder what is suitable, and inflict ~ 23 1, 83 | reason ~there is nothing to hinder our having an immovable 24 1, 90 | an attitude would quite hinder speech, ~which is reason' 25 1, 94 | passions forestall and ~hinder reason's judgment; at other 26 1, 103 | there are ~many causes which hinder the action of corrupting 27 1, 103 | reduced to nothing would hinder that manifestation, since ~ 28 1, 111 | the other, ~one does not hinder but helps the other. Wherefore 29 1, 113 | through envy endeavor to hinder ~man's progress; and through 30 1, 114 | Quantity does not entirely hinder the corporeal form from ~ 31 1, 114 | cause, ~that might possibly hinder the effect of a heavenly 32 1, 114 | other such disposition, can hinder ~the effect of a heavenly 33 2, 3 | removed which ~disturb and hinder man in attaining the last 34 2, 4 | the ~intellect does not hinder it, rather does it perfect 35 2, 4 | body is necessary, ~lest it hinder the mind from being lifted 36 2, 5 | happiness, in so far as they hinder ~many acts of virtue; but 37 2, 6 | and sometimes ~ought, to hinder not-willing and not-acting; 38 2, 14 | minute matters, which help or hinder but little with regard to ~ 39 2, 23 | remove the obstacles that hinder the ~concupiscible power 40 2, 25 | removing the obstacles that hinder the concupiscible faculty 41 2, 27 | themselves," because they hinder one another's ~gain: and 42 2, 27 | the proud," because they ~hinder one another in attaining 43 2, 33 | seem that pleasure does not hinder the use of reason. ~Because 44 2, 33 | they be ~contraries, do not hinder one another. But pleasure 45 2, 33 | Therefore ~pleasure does not hinder the use of reason.~Aquin.: 46 2, 33 | Therefore pleasure does not hinder the use of reason.~Aquin.: 47 2, 33 | and such pleasure does not hinder the act ~of reason, but 48 2, 33 | other hand bodily pleasures hinder the use of reason in three ~ 49 2, 33 | first sense, ~however, they hinder both estimates. Thirdly, 50 2, 33 | such bodily disturbances hinder the use of reason; as ~may 51 2, 33 | appropriate activities, and hinder those that are not ~appropriate."~ 52 2, 34 | from an act of reason, that hinder the reason or destroy ~prudence, 53 2, 34 | the body. ~These indeed hinder the use of reason, as stated 54 2, 37 | themselves the soul's intention, hinder the reason from the act 55 2, 37 | lesser cause suffices to hinder the use of reason, than ~ 56 2, 38 | assuaged by causes which hinder one ~another.~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 44 | Therefore fear does not hinder a good action.~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 44 | itself, ~is always apt to hinder exterior action, on account 59 2, 47 | OBJ 3: All these things hinder anger in so far as they 60 2, 47 | anger in so far as they hinder ~sorrow. But in another 61 2, 48 | seem that anger does not hinder the use of reason. ~Because 62 2, 48 | reason, does not seem to hinder ~the use of reason. But " 63 2, 48 | Therefore anger does not hinder reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 64 2, 48 | anger does not seem to ~hinder the use of reason, as desire 65 2, 48 | Therefore anger does not hinder the judgment of ~reason.~ 66 2, 48 | sometimes goes so far as to hinder the reason from ~curbing 67 2, 51 | to their mode, does not ~hinder God from doing what nature 68 2, 52 | Wherefore there is nothing to ~hinder it from being susceptible 69 2, 55 | body. But this ~does not hinder virtue from being a principle 70 2, 63 | health of the body, nor hinder the use of reason: whereas, 71 2, 67 | nature, there is nothing to hinder the ~identical thing passing 72 2, 71 | what he wishes to do, will ~hinder him from that which he is 73 2, 74 | of the "fomes" does not ~hinder man from using his rational 74 2, 77 | either of them suffices to hinder the rectitude ~of the will 75 2, 77 | so ~far as the passions hinder him from considering it. 76 2, 77 | Passion does not always hinder the act of reason ~altogether: 77 2, 79 | in so far ~as He does not hinder them from following that 78 2, 79 | in so far as He does not hinder it, as stated above. ~And 79 2, 81 | Virgin was not ~needed to hinder the transmission of original 80 2, 85 | way there is nothing to hinder sin from ~diminishing the 81 2, 91 | many good things, and would hinder ~the advance of the common 82 2, 97 | either because it would hinder ~some greater good, or because 83 2, 102 | preaching, ~for one would hinder the other.~Aquin.: SMT FS 84 2, 103 | scandalize ~the Jews and hinder their conversion. This pretense, 85 2, 10 | so, so that they do not hinder the ~faith, by their blasphemies, 86 2, 12 | he detests and strives to hinder the honor due to God, and 87 2, 14 | remote things, so that they hinder the mind's contemplation 88 2, 18 | from external things ~which hinder submission to God, fittingly 89 2, 24 | down the soul, so as to hinder it from seeing God. ~Hence 90 2, 27 | others, in so far as they hinder us from participating in 91 2, 31 | they may become worse, or ~hinder, oppress, or turn away from 92 2, 38 | of unrest, so that they hinder ~the mind very much from 93 2, 41 | hindrance: for ~Peter wished to hinder Our Lord's Passion out of 94 2, 41 | because one is bound to hinder ~the damnation of one's 95 2, 41 | instance when a man wishes to ~hinder those spiritual goods by 96 2, 42 | they occupy the mind and hinder ~the actual movement of 97 2, 45 | that help and those that hinder." ~Now love is not in the 98 2, 45 | Nevertheless forgetfulness may hinder prudence, in so far as the ~ 99 2, 60 | command or counsel which would hinder him from thieving or ~robbing, 100 2, 69 | conceal whatever might hinder its happy issue, but it 101 2, 71 | Further, no man should hinder what is profitable to others. 102 2, 75 | danger, if this defect either hinder the use of the goods or ~ 103 2, 81 | matters distract the mind and hinder the ~devotion of those who 104 2, 99 | religion and piety mutually hinder one ~another, so that the 105 2, 103 | But there is nothing to hinder mortal sin from arising 106 2, 103 | Ghost, since any ~good may hinder a man from committing sin. 107 2, 120 | Sabbath, in so far as they ~hinder man from applying himself 108 2, 122 | to the contraries that hinder him from achieving that 109 2, 132 | concupiscible ~faculty, and do not hinder the liberal man from giving 110 2, 134 | passions sorrow is ~strong to hinder the good of reason, according 111 2, 134 | Para. 2/2~Nor does this hinder patience from being a part 112 2, 147 | those things which may ~hinder it. Hence wherever we find 113 2, 151 | nothing but sin would seem to hinder virtue. Now every venereal 114 2, 152 | hand, one meal does ~not hinder the good of a man's whole 115 2, 152 | not by their very nature ~hinder the good of the human offspring, 116 2, 152 | reason is, because this would hinder a man from having many ~ 117 2, 155 | towards ~our neighbor, and hinder his evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS 118 2, 156 | latter anger, although it hinder ~somewhat the judgment of 119 2, 170 | a natural indisposition hinder prophecy; and thus it would ~ 120 2, 178 | with the passions which hinder the purity of the ~reason; 121 2, 182 | the removal of things that hinder the act of ~charity, and 122 2, 184 | themselves of a nature to hinder ~the perfection of charity, 123 2, 184 | from himself whatever may hinder his affections from tending 124 2, 184 | objects of appetite, which hinder the ~perfection of life, 125 2, 186 | such like care does not hinder one ~much; and consequently 126 2, 187 | to enter religion might hinder the fulfilment of ~a vow 127 2, 187 | are likely to help and not hinder him. Hence it is written ( 128 3, 6 | eternal, there is nothing to hinder some ~from being justified 129 3, 9 | form, there is nothing to hinder from being in the ~rational 130 3, 10 | OBJ 2: There is nothing to hinder a thing from being infinite 131 3, 10 | way only, nothing would hinder the ~existence of several 132 3, 14 | yet there was nothing to hinder a thing being more powerful 133 3, 18 | went so far as to ~wish to hinder the public good for the 134 3, 26 | intervene, in order that he may hinder men ~from passing to a happy 135 3, 27 | nothing but original sin could hinder her ~from entering the heavenly 136 3, 27 | to incline to evil, or ~hinder from good. Wherefore to 137 3, 31 | tithes to a priest ~does not hinder his son, the bishop, from 138 3, 42 | should do anything that will hinder the ~result of his labor. 139 3, 42 | by ~their perverseness, hinder the salvation of the multitude, 140 3, 44 | 4]). Now ~no man should hinder the purpose of his own work. 141 3, 52 | then there was nothing to hinder them from being ~delivered 142 3, 59 | that, There is nothing to hinder one and the same thing from ~ 143 3, 62 | But ~there is nothing to hinder an instrumental spiritual 144 3, 64 | thus such unbelief does not hinder the intention ~of conferring 145 3, 69 | that insincerity does not hinder the effect of Baptism. ~ 146 3, 69 | Consequently insincerity does ~not hinder the effect of Baptism.~Aquin.: 147 3, 69 | Therefore ~insincerity cannot hinder the effect of Baptism.~Aquin.: 148 3, 69 | which ~are not said to hinder the effect of Baptism. Therefore 149 3, 71 | as the demons strive to hinder man's ~salvation. And this 150 3, 72 | neither fear nor shame may hinder him from confessing the 151 3, 72 | of those passions which hinder free confession.~Aquin.: 152 3, 73 | OBJ 1: There is nothing to hinder the same thing from being 153 3, 76 | being, there is nothing to hinder it from being moved in one 154 3, 77 | OBJ 1: There is nothing to hinder the common law of nature 155 3, 79 | nevertheless cannot entirely hinder the act of ~charity. And 156 3, 79 | Therefore, ~venial sins do not hinder the effect of this sacrament.~ 157 3, 79 | neither do venial ~sins hinder the effect of this sacrament.~ 158 3, 79 | action of any cause, can ~hinder the effect of such cause. 159 3, 79 | Therefore, they do not hinder its effect.~Aquin.: SMT 160 3, 79 | hindered by venial sins, which hinder the fervor of charity, as 161 3, 79 | Therefore venial sins ~hinder the effect of this sacrament.~ 162 3, 79 | first way do not in any way hinder the effect of this sacrament. 163 3, 79 | venial sins do not utterly hinder the effect of this sacrament, 164 3, 80 | Let not the dispenser hinder the fat ~ones of the earth," 165 3, 80 | that seminal loss does not hinder anyone from receiving ~the 166 3, 80 | movements of the flesh hinder a man from receiving this 167 3, 80 | of long ~standing, do not hinder the receiving of this saving 168 3, 80 | sense of fittingness they hinder the receiving of this sacrament 169 3, 80 | taken beforehand does not hinder the ~receiving of this sacrament. 170 3, 80 | swallowed accidentally, do not ~hinder receiving this sacrament, 171 3, 83 | laid down: "Let the ~bishop hinder no one from entering the 172 3, 85 | results from fear does not hinder its resulting from the act 173 3, 86 | Now there is nothing ~to hinder God from loving a man in 174 Suppl, 4 | obstacles which retard or hinder one from reaching the end 175 Suppl, 7 | it is more of a nature to hinder the act of confession, ~ 176 Suppl, 8 | of the Church ~does not hinder him from being able to absolve, 177 Suppl, 14| if there be anything to hinder the renewal of friendship 178 Suppl, 39| Therefore it should not hinder him from being raised to 179 Suppl, 50| assigned to marriage, ~which hinder it from being contracted, 180 Suppl, 50| impediments are said to hinder the ~contracting of marriage, 181 Suppl, 50| they are said not only to ~hinder the contracting of marriage, 182 Suppl, 50| already ~contracted sometimes hinder a marriage from being contracted, 183 Suppl, 50| 8: The impediments that hinder a good accidentally are ~ 184 Suppl, 51| does an error about baptism hinder a ~man from receiving the 185 Suppl, 52| OBJ 5: Freedom does not hinder the marriage act, wherefore ~ 186 Suppl, 52| OBJ 6: Leprosy does not hinder marriage as to its first 187 Suppl, 54| of kinship, it does not ~hinder marriage but rather strengthens 188 Suppl, 54| tie of consanguinity may hinder the union of marriage.~Aquin.: 189 Suppl, 55| far as the ~latter would hinder the extension of friendship 190 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship hinder marriage than bodily relationship 191 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship does not hinder any of the ~chief marriage 192 Suppl, 58| Therefore ~they cannot hinder marriage by spells.~Aquin.: 193 Suppl, 58| devil. Therefore it cannot hinder marriage which is the ~work 194 Suppl, 58| Further, the impediments that hinder marriage are sufficiently ~ 195 Suppl, 61| the lesser good does not hinder the greater. But the ~married 196 Suppl, 61| Therefore marriage ought not to hinder a man from being able ~to 197 Suppl, 64| or vow that which would hinder ~him from paying the debt.~ 198 Suppl, 64| object of his dissent is to ~hinder not the other's good, but 199 Suppl, 64| can she do this so as to hinder him in his duty to his master. ~ 200 Suppl, 67| indissolubility of marriage hinder the good of the offspring 201 Suppl, 67| but only for such as could hinder the good ~of the offspring, 202 Suppl, 70| corporeal nature ~does not hinder the soul from being the 203 Suppl, 79| soul to the one does not hinder or lessen its attention ~ 204 Suppl, 79| anything else will nowise hinder ~their contemplation of 205 Suppl, 79| intensity of light does not hinder the spiritual ~reception 206 Suppl, 80| does not ~avail, because to hinder the co-existence of a body 207 Suppl, 80| and yet those dimensions ~hinder another body from being 208 Suppl, 80| which touches it, so as to hinder it from piercing it. ~And 209 Suppl, 81| which have nothing to hinder their movement; and yet 210 Suppl, 81| altogether, or that it cease to ~hinder, it does not follow that


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