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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | Nevertheless, there is nothing to prevent a man, who cannot ~grasp 2 1, 11 | OBJ 2: There is nothing to prevent a thing which in one way 3 1, 13 | Thus there is nothing to prevent these ~names which import 4 1, 14 | Hence ~there is nothing to prevent Him from knowing infinite 5 1, 19 | OBJ 1: There is nothing to prevent anyone declaring his will 6 1, 19 | Hence there is nothing to prevent ~the same thing being the 7 1, 21 | Hence, there is ~nothing to prevent our attributing these virtues 8 1, 21 | regards act, this does not prevent its ~being the essence of 9 1, 30 | abstractedly, there ~is nothing to prevent whole and part from being 10 1, 33 | another, there is nothing ~to prevent several not receiving their 11 1, 34 | Yet there is nothing to prevent its implying ~relation to 12 1, 35 | Hence there is nothing to prevent there being one Image of 13 1, 39 | appropriated, there is nothing to prevent the personal ~property from 14 1, 40 | the Son, nothing would ~prevent Him being called unbegotten." 15 1, 44 | For there is nothing to prevent a thing from being ~without 16 1, 44 | reality. But this does ~not prevent us from mentally considering 17 1, 47 | Therefore there ~is nothing to prevent the existence of many worlds.~ 18 1, 48 | a less evil in order to prevent ~a greater, as the surgeon 19 1, 48 | wisdom inflicts pain to prevent fault. Therefore fault is 20 1, 56 | are, there is nothing to ~prevent them from being actually 21 1, 56 | existing within it would prevent it from apprehending external 22 1, 58 | that there is nothing to prevent us from calling something ~ 23 1, 59 | and there is ~nothing to prevent movement of this kind from 24 1, 63 | then ~there is nothing to prevent some interval being interposed 25 1, 63 | Consequently there is ~nothing to prevent us from saying that the 26 1, 65 | the spiritual, does not prevent their being made on account 27 1, 66 | This much ~has been said to prevent anyone from supposing that 28 1, 68 | there is then nothing to prevent our saying, whilst holding 29 1, 70 | before the sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, since ~those who 30 1, 70 | changes of the seasons, which prevent weariness, ~preserve health, 31 1, 72 | ad lit. iii, 12], and to ~prevent anyone from saying that 32 1, 76 | Therefore there is ~nothing to prevent some power thereof not being 33 1, 76 | there would be nothing to prevent the existence of certain 34 1, 77 | this opposition does not prevent the origin of one from another, ~ 35 1, 39 | appropriated, there is nothing to prevent the personal ~property from 36 1, 40 | the Son, nothing would ~prevent Him being called unbegotten." 37 1, 45 | For there is nothing to prevent a thing from being ~without 38 1, 45 | reality. But this does ~not prevent us from mentally considering 39 1, 48 | Therefore there ~is nothing to prevent the existence of many worlds.~ 40 1, 49 | a less evil in order to prevent ~a greater, as the surgeon 41 1, 49 | wisdom inflicts pain to prevent fault. Therefore fault is 42 1, 57 | are, there is nothing to ~prevent them from being actually 43 1, 57 | existing within it would prevent it from apprehending external 44 1, 59 | that there is nothing to prevent us from calling something ~ 45 1, 60 | and there is ~nothing to prevent movement of this kind from 46 1, 64 | then ~there is nothing to prevent some interval being interposed 47 1, 64 | Consequently there is ~nothing to prevent us from saying that the 48 1, 66 | the spiritual, does not prevent their being made on account 49 1, 67 | This much ~has been said to prevent anyone from supposing that 50 1, 69 | there is then nothing to prevent our saying, whilst holding 51 1, 71 | before the sun and moon, to prevent idolatry, since ~those who 52 1, 71 | changes of the seasons, which prevent weariness, ~preserve health, 53 1, 71 | ad lit. iii, 12], and to ~prevent anyone from saying that 54 1, 75 | Therefore there is ~nothing to prevent some power thereof not being 55 1, 75 | there would be nothing to prevent the existence of certain 56 1, 76 | this opposition does not prevent the origin of one from another, ~ 57 1, 82 | natural causes He does not prevent their ~acts being natural, 58 1, 84 | Further, there is nothing to prevent different forms not opposed ~ 59 1, 84 | Therefore there is nothing to prevent the same ~intellect being 60 1, 85 | place, ~there is nothing to prevent an infinite number of bodies 61 1, 96 | humid qualities; and to prevent the entire consumption of 62 1, 97 | sensual pleasure, but to prevent the ~force of concupiscence 63 1, 104 | moved by another does not prevent ~its being moved from within 64 1, 106 | local distance does not prevent one angel seeing another, 65 1, 106 | another, so neither ~does it prevent an angel perceiving what 66 1, 107 | things, still this will not prevent their being ~enlightened 67 1, 109 | OBJ 3: There is nothing to prevent some natural effect taking ~ 68 1, 111 | Hence ~there is nothing to prevent angels though unequal from 69 1, 112 | off the demons, ~and to prevent both bodily and spiritual 70 1, 112 | angel guardians did not ~prevent them from being subject 71 1, 114 | Therefore there is nothing to prevent the effect of ~heavenly 72 1, 118 | action of natural heat, and ~prevent the consumption of the " 73 1, 118 | is ~mixed with silver to prevent its being consumed by fire.~ 74 2, 6 | in so far as violence can prevent the exterior members from ~ 75 2, 10 | Although the will cannot prevent the movement of ~concupiscence 76 2, 19 | encounters obstacles, which prevent him from going. On the ~ 77 2, 37 | intention of ~his mind so as to prevent it from turning entirely 78 2, 54 | Consequently there is nothing to prevent many superficially ~different 79 2, 67 | for there is nothing to prevent some kind of imperfect ~ 80 2, 74 | iii, 18). But man cannot prevent the movement of the ~sensuality 81 2, 75 | internal cause does not prevent ~its having an external 82 2, 76 | the knowledge which would prevent the sinful act. Consequently 83 2, 76 | which circumstance ~would prevent him from sinning, whether 84 2, 77 | other thoughts, or ~it can prevent it from having its full 85 2, 77 | passion away, or at least prevent it ~from having its effect, 86 2, 81 | of the Lord, ~shall not prevent them who have slept." Therefore 87 2, 88 | partially or totally, ~to prevent its being pardoned: partially, 88 2, 95 | dread of ~punishment might prevent the wicked from doing harm." 89 2, 101 | of disobedience did not prevent God from ~giving them many 90 2, 102 | offered to ~Him, in order to prevent idolatry; in order to signify 91 2, 102 | God. First, in order to prevent idolatry. Because idolaters ~ 92 2, 102 | was, first, in ~order to prevent idolatry: because idolaters 93 2, 102 | the priest, in order to prevent a certain kind of ~divination 94 2, 102 | Accordingly, in order to prevent this, the tabernacle had 95 2, 102 | heavenly spirits, and to prevent their receiving ~worship 96 2, 102 | of the Law, in order to prevent forgetfulness of the Law, ~ 97 2, 102 | The third reason was to prevent excessive care about food: ~ 98 2, 103 | forbidden literally, not to prevent the observance of legal ~ 99 2, 103 | ceremonies, but in order to prevent gluttony. Thus Jerome says 100 2, 105 | reason for this law was to ~prevent confusion of possessions, 101 2, 111 | 58:11: "His mercy shall prevent me," and again, Ps. 22:6: ~" 102 2, 112 | himself for grace unless God ~prevent and move him to good, it 103 2, 113 | there is nothing to ~prevent two things being understood 104 2, 10 | they will, ~but in order to prevent them from hindering the 105 2, 10 | their ~rites: and not to prevent a sin, when one can, seems 106 2, 10 | universe, ~which He might prevent, lest, without them, greater 107 2, 13 | Now all these things which prevent the choosing of sin ~are 108 2, 13 | consideration of this is wont to prevent man's will from ~being hardened 109 2, 31 | him at once, in order to prevent him doing such ~harm, unless 110 2, 34 | notwithstanding his efforts to prevent it. On the other hand, " 111 2, 41 | sinning venially, one would prevent ~someone else from committing 112 2, 41 | mortal sin, in order to prevent another from sinning, because ~ 113 2, 45 | the many, ~that does not prevent this difference from making 114 2, 60 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, to prevent a person from obtaining 115 2, 60 | Indirectly, when a man does not prevent another from ~evil-doing ( 116 2, 60 | he be able and bound to prevent him), either by ~omitting 117 2, 60 | Fifthly, he who does not prevent the ~theft, whereas he is 118 2, 63 | and any man can lawfully prevent another from doing this. 119 2, 64 | beforehand to the play prevent others from coming, and 120 2, 64 | it would be unlawful to prevent others from obtaining possession 121 2, 68 | unjust judgment, in order to prevent injustice is ~not a mortal 122 2, 81 | other sensible objects, prevent man from ~ascending to God 123 2, 86 | without any apparent cause to prevent him from fulfilling his 124 2, 145 | seem to have intended to prevent other pious and more necessary ~ 125 2, 152 | and ~Gentiles, and thus prevent them from agreeing unanimously. 126 2, 152 | this ~about in order to prevent him from receiving Holy 127 2, 156 | is ~not in man's power to prevent them as a whole, i.e. so 128 2, 159 | reverence for God does not prevent it from being a part of 129 2, 165 | in itself, this does not prevent a man from misusing the 130 2, 172 | properly to another, does not prevent this latter from ~being 131 2, 176 | indeed there is nothing ~to prevent a sinner from working miracles 132 2, 185 | monastery. But this does not prevent monks and other religious 133 2, 186 | or utility. Wherefore to prevent this happening it has ~been 134 3, 7 | genera, there is nothing to prevent ~the proper being prior 135 3, 7 | Hence there is nothing to prevent this proper from ~being 136 3, 22 | its beginning ~does not prevent that same manhood, when 137 3, 26 | Mary needed a Redeemer to prevent her from contracting the 138 3, 28 | something may occur to prevent its happening. Thus if a 139 3, 52 | not being in hell does not prevent the whole Christ from ~being 140 3, 52 | Consequently, there was nothing to prevent those detained in ~Purgatory 141 3, 55 | Nor is there any reason to prevent us from supposing that ~ 142 3, 57 | So there is ~nothing to prevent Christ's body from being 143 3, 57 | consequently, there is nothing to prevent it from being everlasting.~ 144 3, 62 | time. in so far as they prevent man from ~sinning. But in 145 3, 68 | parents through ~malice try to prevent its being rescued. Therefore 146 3, 69 | movement, ~unless something prevent this; and when the obstacle 147 3, 75 | OBJ 1: There is nothing to prevent art from making a thing 148 3, 79 | But there is ~nothing to prevent an instrumental cause from 149 3, 79 | called daily sins, do not prevent spiritual eating. But they ~ 150 3, 80 | Consequently these motions do not ~prevent one from receiving this 151 3, 80 | under the New Law do not prevent receiving this sacrament: 152 3, 80 | of which they necessarily prevent a ~man from receiving this 153 3, 80 | it does not necessarily prevent ~the receiving of this sacrament, 154 3, 80 | marriage debt), does not prevent the receiving of this sacrament 155 3, 80 | answer that, A thing may prevent the receiving of this sacrament 156 3, 82 | altar; but this does not prevent the sacrifice, which they 157 3, 83 | sacrament lies ~in whatever may prevent its completion, because 158 3, 84 | This, however, does not prevent penance being ~continual, 159 3, 84 | incompatible with joy, this would ~prevent the continuance, not of 160 Suppl, 7 | hence there is ~nothing to prevent that which is an act of 161 Suppl, 10| and the debt of punishment prevent a man from ~entering into 162 Suppl, 11| Now everyone is bound to prevent the promotion of the ~unworthy, 163 Suppl, 11| to ~avoid scandal, and to prevent men being shy of going to 164 Suppl, 19| does the ~loss of that form prevent that thing being used as 165 Suppl, 23| excommunication does not prevent one from communicating with ~ 166 Suppl, 49| the marriage goods cannot prevent the pleasure in that act 167 Suppl, 49| circumstances ~are sufficient to prevent an action from being evil. 168 Suppl, 49| intends by the marriage act to prevent fornication ~in his wife, 169 Suppl, 50| dissolved. Therefore if anything prevent a ~marriage being contracted, 170 Suppl, 54| ordinance of the Church could prevent one who is baptized from 171 Suppl, 55| impediments which void a betrothal prevent ~affinity being contracted 172 Suppl, 55| uses all her endeavors to prevent, it ~belongs to her to separate 173 Suppl, 55| the doer, but in order to prevent what is unlawful. Hence ~ 174 Suppl, 55| All this is in order to prevent the sin that may occur in ~ 175 Suppl, 57| her in such a way as to prevent him from marrying her.~Aquin.: 176 Suppl, 58| demons have no more power to prevent the marriage act than other 177 Suppl, 58| actions; and these they cannot prevent, for thus they would upset 178 Suppl, 59| Therefore ~unbelief does not prevent the existence of marriage 179 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 1: It is easier to prevent a thing being done than 180 Suppl, 60| raised ~certain obstacles to prevent the husband from killing 181 Suppl, 64| or for a time; because to prevent a ~person's spiritual progress 182 Suppl, 64| master cannot for this reason prevent her from paying the ~debt.~ 183 Suppl, 66| some say that in order to prevent ~religious wandering abroad 184 Suppl, 67| in so far as He does not prevent them whereas He can. ~The 185 Suppl, 67| Reply OBJ 1: In order to prevent the evil committed by a 186 Suppl, 72| Since then distance does not prevent these things, as ~appears 187 Suppl, 72| creature. Nor does this prevent evil from being ~accidental 188 Suppl, 76| different union, ~this cannot prevent the identity of humanity, 189 Suppl, 76| diversity on their part cannot prevent the identity of the ~whole 190 Suppl, 79| tie it completely so as to prevent ~it from sometimes receiving 191 Suppl, 80| subtlety. For nothing can prevent a body from occupying the 192 Suppl, 82| A body's color does not prevent its being transparent ~except 193 Suppl, 83| the lack of a limb would prevent pain from ~affecting the 194 Suppl, 83| unless ~the demerit of sin prevent; and so if a person rise 195 Suppl, 83| some more powerful cause prevent it: whereas if the heavenly ~ 196 Suppl, 90| of rewards. This does not prevent our ~observing a certain


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