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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | is that which the author intends, and since the author of ~ 2 1, 5 | conceives of the ~thing and intends by the word that stands 3 1, 15 | house, since the builder intends to build his ~house like 4 1, 19 | appetites. For a natural ~agent intends not privation or corruption, 5 1, 23 | remember that every agent intends to make ~something finite, 6 1, 23 | AA[2],3). Now whosoever intends some ~definite measure in 7 1, 44 | impression ~which the agent intends to produce, and which the 8 1, 44 | produce, and which the patient intends to ~receive, are one and 9 1, 44 | acquisition of some end; He intends only to communicate His 10 1, 44 | goodness; while every creature intends to acquire its own ~perfection, 11 1, 44 | of the ~generator, which intends to communicate its own likeness; 12 1, 45 | the act which the agent intends to induce, as fire intends 13 1, 45 | intends to induce, as fire intends to reduce the ~matter of 14 1, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: No agent intends material plurality as the 15 1, 49 | the form which God chiefly intends in things created is the 16 1, 50 | universe that God ~chiefly intends in the creation of things, 17 1, 62 | determined end, to which he intends to lead the movable subject; ~ 18 1, 66 | the material to which he intends to give a form. The ~third 19 1, 45 | impression ~which the agent intends to produce, and which the 20 1, 45 | produce, and which the patient intends to ~receive, are one and 21 1, 45 | acquisition of some end; He intends only to communicate His 22 1, 45 | goodness; while every creature intends to acquire its own ~perfection, 23 1, 45 | of the ~generator, which intends to communicate its own likeness; 24 1, 46 | the act which the agent intends to induce, as fire intends 25 1, 46 | intends to induce, as fire intends to reduce the ~matter of 26 1, 48 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: No agent intends material plurality as the 27 1, 50 | the form which God chiefly intends in things created is the 28 1, 51 | universe that God ~chiefly intends in the creation of things, 29 1, 63 | determined end, to which he intends to lead the movable subject; ~ 30 1, 67 | the material to which he intends to give a form. The ~third 31 1, 78 | on in search ~of what it "intends," it is called "invention." 32 1, 90 | of art. Now every artist intends to give to ~his work the 33 1, 102 | government; for even ~the sinner intends the attainment of a certain 34 1, 104 | Philosopher (Phys. viii, 10) intends to prove that the ~power 35 2, 1 | governor of a city, who intends the common ~good, moves, 36 2, 1 | at that ~which the will intends as the end; thus in natural 37 2, 9 | the leader of an army, who intends ~the common good - i.e. 38 2, 9 | one of the captains, who intends the order of one company.~ 39 2, 12 | others to that which he intends. Now the will moves all 40 2, 12 | is manifest to him ~who intends. Wherefore works are called 41 2, 12 | because a man knows what ~he intends, but knows not what the 42 2, 12 | imitates nature. Now nature intends two purposes by ~means of 43 2, 12 | intermediary end. ~Now a man intends at the same time, both the 44 2, 12 | nothing hinders the man who ~intends to acquire wealth, from 45 2, 12 | irrational animals. But nature ~intends the end even in things void 46 2, 12 | this belongs to one ~that intends; but through desiring the 47 2, 19 | an evil will, although he intends a good end. Therefore neither ~ 48 2, 19 | does as much good as he intends." But the intention ~gives 49 2, 19 | remove: for instance, a man intends to go to ~Rome, and encounters 50 2, 19 | its object: as when a man ~intends to will intensely, or to 51 2, 19 | not merit as much as he intends to merit: because the quantity 52 2, 20 | the contrary, Every agent intends to attain good and avoid 53 2, 25 | intention of nature, ~which intends the end before intending 54 2, 40 | eye on the ~good which man intends to get, but also on the 55 2, 70 | to wit, that which man ~intends to derive from the field 56 2, 72 | essentially to the sinner, who intends such and such an act in 57 2, 72 | who utters a falsehood, intends to hide the truth, wherefore 58 2, 73 | first, ~because the murderer intends directly to do harm to his 59 2, 73 | fornicator who solicits the woman intends not to harm but ~pleasure; 60 2, 85 | makes nature." This force intends the good and ~the preservation 61 2, 85 | And ~although every form intends perpetual being as far as 62 2, 88 | of reason, which the law ~intends.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 63 2, 91 | end which the lawgiver ~intends for those for whom he makes 64 2, 91 | he makes the law. But God intends one and the ~same thing 65 2, 112 | liberated." Hence if God intends, while ~moving, that the 66 2, 7 | the punishments which He intends to inflict on sinners.~Aquin.: 67 2, 11 | Secondly, because, though he intends to assent to Christ, yet 68 2, 12 | that, as the blasphemer intends to do harm to God's honor, ~ 69 2, 16 | viz. the good which it intends to obtain, and the help 70 2, 16 | love, since he that hopes, intends to ~obtain possession of 71 2, 19 | because the fornicator intends, not to depart from God, 72 2, 30 | corporal things, but he intends to merit a spiritual ~fruit 73 2, 32 | natural, it is because he intends to avoid that which is naturally 74 2, 36 | justice, or in a ~disputation, intends to impugn the true doctrine. 75 2, 37 | reason that the schismatic ~intends to sever himself from that 76 2, 39 | secretly. In another way a man intends to ~hurt another who knows 77 2, 39 | he that "studies," i.e., intends to sow discord among others, 78 2, 41 | Directly, when a man either ~intends, by his evil word or deed, 79 2, 41 | another's sin, when he neither intends to ~lead him into sin, nor 80 2, 41 | scandal is direct when a man intends, by his inordinate word 81 2, 41 | sin, because thereby a man intends a special harm to his neighbor, 82 2, 41 | correction, whereby a man intends the ~removal of a special 83 2, 41 | scandal, as when a person intends to lead another ~into sin, 84 2, 41 | another ~into sin, if he intends to lead him into mortal 85 2, 41 | and in like manner if he intends by committing a mortal sin ~ 86 2, 41 | venial sin; whereas if he intends, by ~committing a venial 87 2, 42 | military discipline. Now God intends by this precept that man 88 2, 45 | is this end that prudence intends. For the Philosopher says ( 89 2, 45 | right reason. For temperance intends that man should ~not stray 90 2, 45 | after the manner of nature intends to attain ~the mean. Since, 91 2, 60 | thing, as when a person intends to use violence but fails.~ 92 2, 62 | to the case when one ~man intends to kill another to save 93 2, 62 | is irregular, albeit he intends not to kill him, but to 94 2, 68 | accidentally contrary to what he intends.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 95 2, 70 | him, for instance when one intends by such a ~word to give 96 2, 71 | the backbiter apparently intends and aims at being believed. 97 2, 72 | end, because the backbiter intends to blacken his neighbor' 98 2, 72 | name: whereas a tale-bearer intends to sever friendship, as 99 2, 72 | from a backbiter since he intends not to ~speak ill as such, 100 2, 73 | Now just as the railer intends to injure the honor of ~ 101 2, 73 | friendship, so too the derider intends to shame ~the person he 102 2, 86 | of the mind, whereby one intends to put ~oneself under an 103 2, 88 | God, or any holy thing, ~intends by this adjuration to put 104 2, 88 | adjuration whereby a man intends ~to put another under an 105 2, 93 | result. For the demon who ~intends man's perdition endeavors, 106 2, 95 | explicitly, as when anyone intends, by word or deed, to ~put 107 2, 95 | explicitly by deeds when he intends, by whatever he does, to 108 2, 96 | in the future, unless he intends to bind himself to keep 109 2, 106 | is it an excuse that he ~intends the evil of one who has 110 2, 107 | intention. ~For the brave man intends to act bravely: and that 111 2, 107 | man pretends one thing and intends ~another.~Aquin.: SMT SS 112 2, 108 | fact namely, that a person intends to say what is false; ~wherefore 113 2, 108 | Para. 5/5~That a person intends to cause another to have 114 2, 108 | aggravated, if ~by lying a person intends to injure another, and this 115 2, 109 | hypocrite we mean one who intends to simulate holiness, which 116 2, 111 | of the kind, and that he ~intends by so doing to make a show 117 2, 113 | speaking, or affability, intends chiefly ~the pleasure of 118 2, 114 | for instance when one ~intends by deception to acquire 119 2, 114 | for instance, when one intends either to ~deny the truth, 120 2, 115 | man is sorry for what he intends chiefly to do, nor ~does 121 2, 115 | order to accomplish what he intends chiefly, a man ~employs 122 2, 121 | conclude that the brave man intends as his proximate ~end to 123 2, 121 | likeness of his habit, for he intends to act ~in accordance with 124 2, 121 | reason, as the end, which it intends to safeguard.~Aquin.: SMT 125 2, 132 | Wherefore just as magnanimity intends ~something great in every 126 2, 133 | parvificus] because he intends to do something little [ 127 2, 133 | when we say that a mean man intends to do ~something little, 128 2, 133 | Accordingly the magnificent man intends principally the greatness 129 2, 133 | work, and secondarily he intends the greatness of the expense, 130 2, 133 | other hand, ~the mean man intends principally to spend little, 131 2, 133 | As a result of this he intends to produce a little work, 132 2, 133 | meanness, whereby a man intends to spend less than his work 133 2, 133 | which the ~magnificent man intends principally, in so far as 134 2, 135 | called perseverance, which intends this as ~its special end. 135 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 3: The glutton intends, not the harm to his body, 136 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 3: The lustful man intends not human generation but 137 2, 178 | things from which a person ~intends to gather one simple truth. 138 2, 187 | religion according as ~he intends to bind himself by his vow: 139 2, 187 | strength ~of the person who intends to enter. And here again 140 3, 2 | generation through which nature intends the ~species. Hence it must 141 3, 41 | the contrary ~to what he intends. But when the devil set 142 3, 60 | intend to do what the ~Church intends: and thus the sacrament 143 3, 60 | A[8]~). Wherefore if he intends by such addition or suppression 144 3, 64 | to baptize someone, ~he intends to do to him what the Church 145 3, 64 | that the ~Catholic Church intends to confer a sacrament by 146 3, 66 | Church's minister, who intends to confer one Baptism by 147 3, 67 | namely, in so far as he intends to ~do what the Church does, 148 3, 74 | first. Hence, if the priest ~intends to consecrate the body of 149 3, 75 | it will ~quicken you," he intends not that the body of Christ 150 3, 80 | the Church by her statutes intends to promote the ~welfare 151 3, 84 | repents having done, or intends to do ~again what he did 152 3, 85 | virtue, ~because "a lawgiver intends to make the citizens virtuous" ( 153 3, 85 | that the efficient cause ~intends first of all: and it is 154 Suppl, 41| to be natural. But nature intends the ~preservation of the 155 Suppl, 41| the offspring. For nature intends not only ~the begetting 156 Suppl, 41| 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Nature intends not only being in the offspring, 157 Suppl, 48| of the Church whereby she intends to confer a ~sacrament is 158 Suppl, 48| the Church whereby she ~intends an advantage resulting from 159 Suppl, 48| the mind which the Church intends. In like manner he who intends 160 Suppl, 48| intends. In like manner he who intends to ~marry, although he fail 161 Suppl, 48| the end which the Church intends, ~nevertheless contracts 162 Suppl, 49| intended by nature. For nature ~intends offspring as safeguarding 163 Suppl, 49| intention of nature ~which intends the offspring must needs 164 Suppl, 49| 1~Reply OBJ 2: If a man intends by the marriage act to prevent 165 Suppl, 49| good of "faith." But if he intends to avoid ~fornication in 166 Suppl, 52| to nature, because nature intends being and ~perfection, and 167 Suppl, 59| in common, each of them intends to bring up the child to 168 Suppl, 59| state, ~because everything intends naturally to bring its effect 169 Suppl, 65| to ~the end which nature intends to obtain by a certain work 170 Suppl, 65| Now the end which ~nature intends in sexual union is the begetting 171 Suppl, 77| ultimate perfection that nature intends in ~the body of the individual, 172 Suppl, 81| the place which the mover intends by the movement cannot be 173 Suppl, 88| man who has not what he intends to have. This defect will


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