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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | precept, it is a sign that he wishes that precept ~obeyed. Hence 2 1, 23 | creatures, inasmuch as He wishes ~them all some good; but 3 1, 23 | by ~which in loving He wishes good to someone, is the 4 1, 23 | number of rooms which he wishes to make in the house; and ~ 5 1, 54 | potentiality. But if anyone wishes to call these by the names 6 1, 60 | so ~far as from choice he wishes for something which will 7 1, 60 | himself; ~because he naturally wishes God to be God, while as 8 1, 55 | potentiality. But if anyone wishes to call these by the names 9 1, 61 | so ~far as from choice he wishes for something which will 10 1, 61 | himself; ~because he naturally wishes God to be God, while as 11 1, 82 | which man ~does not when he wishes - namely, "not to desire 12 1, 111 | be said that the Apostle wishes to prove that Christ is ~ 13 2, 5 | that one possesses and yet wishes to be without, is ~either 14 2, 6 | for instance, when ~one wishes to be passive to another. 15 2, 6 | may kill a foe, whom he wishes ~to kill, thinking at the 16 2, 6 | ignorance: as when ~a man wishes not to know, that he may 17 2, 10 | thing, ~according as God wishes it to be becoming. Now He 18 2, 19 | words He said, because "He wishes man to be upright and to ~ 19 2, 19 | thief's wife ~or son, who wishes him not to be put to death, 20 2, 19 | justice, ~and therefore he wishes the thief's death, which 21 2, 19 | this point of view ~she wishes her husband, the thief, 22 2, 19 | because it wills what God wishes him to ~will.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 20 | if, for instance, a man ~wishes to do something with a good 24 2, 20 | when, for instance, a man wishes to do something for ~a good 25 2, 26 | towards the good which a man wishes to someone (to himself or 26 2, 26 | towards that to which he wishes some good. Accordingly, 27 2, 26 | towards the good that he wishes to another, and love of ~ 28 2, 26 | friendship towards him to whom he wishes good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] 29 2, 27 | being one ~with him; and he wishes good to him as to himself. 30 2, 28 | itself simply; because he wishes and does ~good to his friend, 31 2, 29 | evil. But ~sometimes a man wishes and works evil to himself, 32 2, 29 | particular truth, ~when he wishes that what is true were not 33 2, 29 | for instance, when a man wishes to remain hidden in his 34 2, 32 | thereby; and therefore he ~wishes to be quit of this slight 35 2, 37 | from enjoying that which it wishes to ~enjoy. And if the evil 36 2, 43 | owing to some defect someone wishes to hurt another; for ~instance, 37 2, 46 | when a man is angry, he wishes ~to be avenged on someone. 38 2, 46 | are good: since the lover wishes good to ~someone, as to 39 2, 46 | for the man who hates, wishes evil to ~someone, as to 40 2, 46 | since, just as the hater wishes evil to him whom he hates, 41 2, 46 | of aspect: for the hater wishes evil to his enemy, as evil, ~ 42 2, 46 | whereas the angry man wishes evil to him with whom he 43 2, 46 | stated above, an angry man wishes evil to someone, in so ~ 44 2, 48 | voluptuousness, wherein man wishes not to be seen. But in those ~ 45 2, 68 | Q[65], A[1]); so Gregory wishes to prove the connection 46 2, 71 | occur to him, that what he wishes to do, will ~hinder him 47 2, 73 | neighbor. Because ~no one wishes to harm himself: and no 48 2, 74 | from the fact that will wishes the good, it does not sin: 49 2, 74 | does not sin: and ~that it wishes what seems good but is not 50 2, 76 | directly, as when a man wishes of set purpose to be ignorant 51 2, 78 | some good; and so a ~man wishes knowingly a spiritual evil, 52 2, 84 | from the fact ~that man wishes not to be subject to God, 53 2, 100 | not punish the man who wishes to slay, and slays not: 54 2, 110 | from God's love, whereby He wishes the good of the creature. 55 2, 110 | this love that God simply wishes the eternal good, which 56 2, 113 | contrary to God, to Whom he wishes to cling. Hence in the ~ 57 2, 114 | hence, ~too, he naturally wishes to be blessed. Hence man 58 2, 5 | good will, since by it man wishes to believe in God. Since 59 2, 10 | same letter, "none of us wishes ~any heretic to perish. 60 2, 10 | against their ~parents' wishes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 61 2, 10 | baptized against their parents' wishes, in contradiction to the ~ 62 2, 16 | himself, as when someone wishes a person some ~good for 63 2, 24 | first place, every friend wishes his friend to be ~and to 64 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 3: That a man wishes to enjoy God pertains to 65 2, 25 | though the good which charity wishes to all, viz. everlasting ~ 66 2, 25 | affection as to the good he wishes for ~them, than he loves 67 2, 25 | as to the greater good he wishes ~for them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 68 2, 25 | Now ~each one in heaven wishes a greater good for those 69 2, 26 | his reason that one ~man wishes another well. Again such 70 2, 28 | one should obtain what one wishes; for, according to ~Augustine ( 71 2, 28 | man should suffer what he wishes not.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] 72 2, 28 | Body Para. 2/3~Now a man wishes a thing in three ways: first, 73 2, 28 | to live: secondly, a man wishes a ~thing from deliberate 74 2, 28 | deliberate choice: thirdly, a man wishes a thing, not in ~itself, 75 2, 28 | its cause, thus, if a man wishes to eat what is bad for ~ 76 2, 28 | we say that, in a way, he wishes to be ill.~Aquin.: SMT SS 77 2, 28 | not our sacrifices, but wishes them to be offered to Him, 78 2, 29 | goodwill ~whereby a man wishes his friend well, as stated 79 2, 30 | intention of the reprover, who wishes to free a man from the evil 80 2, 34 | envious of those only whom he wishes to rival or surpass in reputation. ~ 81 2, 38 | Therefore, since no man wishes ambushes or deceptions to 82 2, 39 | object ~of his anger, he even wishes him to feel the hurt and 83 2, 41 | to forego doing what he wishes to do. But in the ~case 84 2, 41 | for instance when a man wishes to ~hinder those spiritual 85 2, 42 | neighbor well, even ~as he wishes himself well, so that his 86 2, 44 | Reply OBJ 2: Though no man wishes to be a fool, yet he wishes 87 2, 44 | wishes to be a fool, yet he wishes those ~things of which folly 88 2, 47 | memory. First, when a ~man wishes to remember a thing, he 89 2, 47 | Secondly, whatever a man ~wishes to retain in his memory 90 2, 51 | voluntary, since no man wishes to be imprudent. ~Therefore 91 2, 51 | of imprudence, because he wishes to act precipitately. ~Hence 92 2, 53 | because a magnanimous man wishes to act openly, as the ~Philosopher 93 2, 57 | and ~another, when one man wishes to have more goods, riches 94 2, 57 | an injustice to one who ~wishes it, for instance if he sell 95 2, 58 | receive it or not, as he wishes. On the other ~hand judgment 96 2, 64 | proximate ends, since the robber wishes to take a thing by his own 97 2, 66 | again if the subject who ~wishes to accuse his superior is 98 2, 74 | of ~useful, as when one wishes a sinner to suffer sickness 99 2, 74 | the sentiment whereby one wishes him good simply, in fact ~ 100 2, 75 | also to them." But no man ~wishes to buy a thing for more 101 2, 75 | afterwards, ~for some reason wishes to sell, it is not a trade 102 2, 76 | God exacts from us, for He wishes us ~ever to advance in the 103 2, 76 | of the loan. Else if he wishes the gratuitous ~use of that 104 2, 76 | In like manner if a buyer wishes to buy goods at ~a lower 105 2, 76 | the other ~hand if a man wishes to allow a rebate on the 106 2, 81 | asking for them: but that He wishes to bestow certain things ~ 107 2, 81 | impetrate what ever God wishes to take place ~through their 108 2, 81 | devotion, or because God wishes to make known ~his sanctity.~ 109 2, 81 | Tract. xxxv), "a man who wishes to live according to ~the 110 2, 88 | I deem that a man who wishes to live ~according to the 111 2, 93 | apply to the future that he ~wishes to foreknow, then it is 112 2, 95 | knowledge. Thus when a man wishes his horse to gallop in ~ 113 2, 104 | De Benef. iv), "he that wishes to repay too soon, is an ~ 114 2, 108 | lying, since forsooth he wishes the person to whom he ~lies 115 2, 109 | of human ~life, whoever wishes to seem what he is not is 116 2, 109 | of appearance, since he wishes to seem to have it. Hence 117 2, 109 | to truth, inasmuch as he ~wishes to deceive men with regard 118 2, 110 | by words: since if a man wishes to throw [jactare] a ~thing 119 2, 115 | 2~'In this world he that wishes to be pleasing to many Should 120 2, 121 | whether of sorrow that he ~wishes to cast off, or again of 121 2, 121 | rest at once just as ~one wishes. Therefore a brave man should 122 2, 127 | in the act of ~which he wishes to excel, even as in the 123 2, 136 | own opinion, ~is that he wishes by this means to make a 124 2, 143 | ridiculous to ask a man why he wishes to be pleased," ~as the 125 2, 148 | Relig. xiv]. ~But no man wishes to be drunk, since no man 126 2, 148 | to be drunk, since no man wishes to be deprived of the ~use 127 2, 160 | to be proud, because he wishes to appear above (super) 128 2, 160 | really is"; for he who wishes to overstep beyond what 129 2, 160 | fellowship under Him, and wishes to usurp Hi. dominion over 130 2, 160 | man despises others and wishes ~to be singularly conspicuous."~ 131 2, 160 | singularity," whereby a man wishes to seem more holy than ~ 132 2, 161 | even as God is ~of no one, wishes wickedly to be like God. 133 2, 163 | creeps to those whom he wishes to deceive." The words, "' 134 2, 166 | sights of the world, if he wishes to obtain the grace of a 135 2, 170 | divination, since it always wishes to have it?"~Aquin.: SMT 136 2, 170 | Sion," says: "Anyone who wishes to make a comparison ~naturally 137 2, 178 | God in His essence, but he wishes to show ~that because "all 138 2, 185 | charity"; and again: "He wishes God's ~servants to make 139 2, 185 | clear from his adding: "He wishes the servants of God ~to 140 2, 185 | not work," etc. says: "He wishes the servants of God to ~ 141 2, 185 | etc. says: "The Apostle wishes ~the gospeler to understand 142 2, 185 | motive of usefulness if he wishes to accomplish something ~ 143 2, 187 | consent of those whom he wishes to join. Therefore it would 144 3, 18 | will, e.g. when a judge wishes a brigand to be hanged for ~ 145 3, 18 | of the latter's kindred wishes him ~not to be hanged on 146 3, 18 | same will. For if a man wishes one thing with his rational 147 3, 18 | rational appetite, ~and wishes another thing with his sensitive 148 3, 18 | reason considering one, wishes one thing, and on ~its considering 149 3, 18 | its considering another, wishes the contrary. For this springs 150 3, 21 | effective of ~whatever He wishes by it, according to Ps. 151 3, 21 | efficacious ~enough to do what it wishes, except by Divine power, 152 3, 21 | private. But because ~He wishes man to be righteous and 153 3, 21 | to thee, even though God ~wishes something else.'"~Aquin.: 154 3, 21 | one prays save for what He wishes, because, as was ~said ( 155 3, 42 | what He ~says to few He wishes through them to be made 156 3, 47 | attached ~to sin that he wishes to incur ignorance lest 157 3, 54 | power to be seen ~when he so wishes, and not to be seen when 158 3, 64 | perplexed, if we suppose that he wishes ~to remain in sin.~Aquin.: 159 3, 64 | power, because when a man ~wishes to be very intent on something, 160 3, 68 | for instance, when a man wishes to be baptized, but by ~ 161 3, 68 | must be guided by their wishes ~as expressed by them when 162 3, 69 | Consequently, to whatever sin a man wishes to cleave, if he approach ~ 163 Suppl, 8 | unknown ~author]: "He who wishes to confess his sins, in 164 Suppl, 8 | to the very sin ~that he wishes to confess to him, or reasonably 165 Suppl, 16| by His consequent will, wishes that all things should be 166 Suppl, 46| betrothed, thinking that he wishes ~to consummate the marriage, 167 Suppl, 47| because at the ~time he wishes to give; yet afterwards 168 Suppl, 47| give; yet afterwards he wishes to ask for restitution, ~ 169 Suppl, 47| evil," and the Apostle ~wishes us to refrain from all such 170 Suppl, 60| it would seem that he who wishes to ~belong to the Church 171 Suppl, 72| antecedent" ~will, whereby "He wishes all men to be saved" [*Cf. 172 Suppl, 81| will, whereby ~the spirit wishes to be anywhere, is instantaneous. 173 Suppl, 91| s choice ~when a person wishes another's evil to be dispelled: 174 Suppl, 96| 1~OBJ 4: Further, no one wishes that which is not desirable 175 Appen1, 1| suffering, lack what one wishes to ~have. But these souls


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