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sorts 8
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sought 168
soul 5609
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souls 595
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167 perseverance
167 proof
167 willed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sought

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | s knowledge may ~not be sought for by man through his reason, 2 1, 1 | arguments aside where faith is sought." But in ~this doctrine, 3 1, 1 | doctrine, faith especially is sought: "But these things are written ~ 4 1, 5 | called the useful; but that sought after as the last thing 5 1, 17 | that, Falsity is not to be sought in the senses except as 6 1, 19 | evil, as such, should be sought for by the appetite, ~either 7 1, 19 | Nevertheless evil may be sought accidentally, so far as 8 1, 19 | therefore would evil be sought after, not even accidentally, 9 1, 19 | are the works of the Lord, sought out according to all His 10 1, 23 | of predestination must be sought for in the same way ~as 11 1, 23 | reprobation ~of others, must be sought for in the goodness of God. 12 1, 51 | themselves before women, and have sought and ~procured intercourse 13 1, 63 | is ~bestowed by grace, he sought to have it by the power 14 1, 63 | diaboli, iv.] that ~"he sought that to which he would have 15 1, 63 | because according to both, he sought to have ~final beatitude 16 1, 63 | this furthermore that he sought to have dominion ~over others; 17 1, 65 | origin; they all, in fact, ~sought for a cause of forms as 18 1, 52 | themselves before women, and have sought and ~procured intercourse 19 1, 64 | is ~bestowed by grace, he sought to have it by the power 20 1, 64 | diaboli, iv.] that ~"he sought that to which he would have 21 1, 64 | because according to both, he sought to have ~final beatitude 22 1, 64 | this furthermore that he sought to have dominion ~over others; 23 1, 66 | origin; they all, in fact, ~sought for a cause of forms as 24 1, 82 | something should be avoided or ~sought. But because this judgment, 25 1, 83 | body still ~remains to be sought.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 26 1, 109 | things: the reason is to be ~sought in the order of Divine wisdom, 27 1, 113 | either good or bad, is sought to be acquired ~through 28 1, 113 | when that knowledge is sought ~with the purpose of deceiving 29 2, 1 | that speculative science is sought for its own sake. Now it 30 2, 2 | For wealth of this kind is sought for the sake of something 31 2, 2 | artificial wealth, it is not sought save for the sake of ~natural 32 2, 3 | fact that contemplation is sought ~principally for its own 33 2, 3 | practical intellect is ~not sought for its own sake but for 34 2, 3 | speculative ~sciences are sought for their own sakes. Therefore 35 2, 4 | animals, ~operations are sought for the sake of delight. 36 2, 4 | and then it is no ~longer sought for. Sometimes it is not 37 2, 4 | and then, too, it is not sought for. But sometimes it is ~ 38 2, 11 | that which is ultimately sought for: while the ~enjoyment 39 2, 17 | desired; ~sometimes when sought it fails, and whereas the 40 2, 26 | have I loved, and have ~sought her out from my youth." 41 2, 27 | to love that a thing is sought. But some things are sought 42 2, 27 | sought. But some things are sought without ~being known, for 43 2, 31 | because bodily pleasures are ~sought as remedies for bodily defects 44 2, 32 | certain sorrows, are more sought than intellectual pleasures, 45 2, 33 | because operation is not ~sought for the sake of pleasure, 46 2, 34 | Further, that which is not sought for the sake of something 47 2, 34 | 6,7. But pleasure is not sought ~for the sake of something 48 2, 34 | reason why pleasure is not sought for the sake of ~something 49 2, 35 | more than pleasure is to be sought?~(7) Whether exterior pain 50 2, 35 | more than pleasure is to be sought?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 51 2, 35 | than pleasure is ~to be sought. For Augustine says (QQ. 52 2, 35 | shunned more than pleasure is sought.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 53 2, 35 | eagerly than ~pleasure is sought.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 54 2, 35 | the object of pleasure, is sought for its own sake: ~whereas 55 2, 35 | shunned more than ~pleasure is sought" is true accidentally but 56 2, 35 | of itself, more to ~be sought than sorrow is to be shunned. 57 2, 35 | shunned more than pleasure is sought.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 58 2, 35 | of sexual intercourse are sought, which latter pleasures 59 2, 46 | the part of the vengeance sought by the ~angry man, it is 60 2, 48 | which sorrow vengeance is sought as a remedy. ~Consequently 61 2, 59 | as good is more readily ~sought for the sake of pleasure, 62 2, 69 | active life, knowledge is not sought for its own sake, but for 63 2, 70 | avoided, ~and the latter sought after." Hence either more 64 2, 82 | e.g. "They are dead that sought the life of the child"; ~ 65 2, 84 | not as ~though riches were sought for their own sake, as being 66 2, 84 | but ~because they are much sought after as useful for any 67 2, 84 | praise, and this good is sought inordinately by "vainglory." 68 2, 84 | intercourse, which good is sought inordinately by "lust." 69 2, 102 | purification the leper who sought to be cleansed offered for ~ 70 2, 105 | But the common good is sought in a war which men ~fight 71 2, 107 | that retaliation should be sought out of love of ~justice, 72 2, 109 | are naturally fit (to be sought ~and loved) since "all things 73 2, 112 | this diversity is to be sought ~on the part of the God, 74 2, 113 | But the reason is to be sought on the part of the ~disposition 75 2, 4 | concerned ~with things to be sought or avoided, as stated in 76 2, 5 | not in them so that they sought an absent ~God as we seek 77 2, 9 | concerned about ~things to be sought or avoided" (De Anima iii, 78 2, 13 | brevity of the good which is sought in sin, according to Rm. 79 2, 30 | we relieve the ~poor is sought merely for the purpose of 80 2, 30 | Catilin.), that "the less he ~sought fame, the more he became 81 2, 37 | again, ~neither have you sought that which was lost." Now 82 2, 38 | war ~altogether, those who sought salutary advice in the Gospel 83 2, 45 | certainty should not be sought in all things, but in each 84 2, 53 | come to Rome, he carefully sought ~me." Now solicitude about 85 2, 66 | punishments of this life are sought, not ~for their own sake, 86 2, 70 | Ps. 37:13): "They that sought evils to ~me spoke vain 87 2, 81 | evil things are not to be sought from God; and as to ~good 88 2, 81 | kingdom of God) "is to be sought first, He ~implies that 89 2, 81 | temporal goods) "is to be sought ~afterwards, not in time 90 2, 81 | to ~Thee: 'My face hath sought Thee,'" and we read of Anna ( 91 2, 81 | the ~same benefit is first sought, and finally, when it has 92 2, 93 | knowledge of the occult is sought in various things.~Aquin.: 93 2, 93 | because ~something unknown is sought by their means. Yet these 94 2, 94 | knowledge of the truth is sought "by means of certain ~signs 95 2, 94 | but this is not what is sought by means of magic.~Aquin.: 96 2, 94 | ancients, ~because I have sought Thy commandments."~Aquin.: 97 2, 98 | temporal things ought to be sought for the sake of ~spiritual 98 2, 116 | prominence is immoderately ~sought after." In this way covetousness 99 2, 123 | should be shunned and some sought after. Among things to ~ 100 2, 123 | and ~among things to be sought after, that some are to 101 2, 123 | after, that some are to be sought after more ~than others. 102 2, 123 | the more a good is to be sought after, the more is ~the 103 2, 123 | certain goods are to be sought after more than certain 104 2, 127 | greater: since the useful is sought in order to supply a defect ~ 105 2, 129 | that "Jason ~ambitiously sought the high priesthood." Therefore 106 2, 130 | of other things that are sought for honor's sake, such as ~ 107 2, 140 | altogether, but so that it is not sought more than necessity requires.~ 108 2, 146 | aspect ~of end, since it is sought, not for its own sake, but 109 2, 150 | proof of virginity that ~she sought." And he adds: "Nobody, 110 2, 152 | wherein this ~pleasure is sought; secondly, when, whereas 111 2, 152 | and it is that which is sought in the unnatural ~vice.~ 112 2, 166 | wherein nothing further is sought than the ~soul's delight, 113 2, 166 | in question should not be sought in indecent or injurious 114 2, 172 | apply to things that are sought ~for their own sake, as 115 2, 172 | their own sake, as to things sought for the sake of something 116 2, 172 | something else. ~For in things sought for their own sake, the 117 2, 172 | the other ~hand, in things sought only for the sake of something 118 2, 172 | intellectual vision is ~sought on its own account, and 119 2, 178 | the knowledge of which is sought; and the last and ~crowning 120 2, 178 | contemplation of truth is ~sought as being the perfection 121 2, 178 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: David sought the knowledge of God's works, 122 2, 182 | Beginning and increase are sought not for their own sake, ~ 123 2, 183 | one of them is specially ~sought out by persecutors: in order 124 2, 183 | by ~others who are not so sought for. When, however, the 125 2, 185 | we do not read that he sought ~to live by the labor of 126 2, 186 | absolute, since the end is ~sought for its own sake; whereas 127 2, 186 | relative, since exercise is sought not for its own sake, but 128 2, 186 | as external ~things are sought or possessed only in a small 129 2, 186 | however, the means are sought not for their own sake, 130 2, 187 | superior's decision should be sought in ~the second case. In 131 3, 8 | an end, inasmuch as it is sought for under the ~appearance 132 3, 13 | and yet He wished to be sought; and so it came ~to pass." 133 3, 15 | Christ's flesh ~naturally sought food, drink, and sleep, 134 3, 15 | sleep, and all else that is sought in ~right reason, as is 135 3, 28 | Thy father and I'] have sought Thee sorrowing." Therefore 136 3, 30 | was a human nature, first sought to remedy the ~disturbance 137 3, 31 | Kgs. 13:14: "The Lord hath sought Him a man according to His 138 3, 36 | offered gifts. But since they sought a ~heavenly King, though 139 3, 40 | Christ avoided the crowd and sought lonely places: hence ~Remigius [* 140 3, 43 | receive a sign such as they sought, viz. from heaven": but 141 3, 44 | which shows that they sought him among ~the nations in 142 3, 44 | He ~promised to them who sought for one saying: 'An evil 143 3, 44 | forgive the sins of those who sought the ~healing of the body, 144 3, 46 | David exclaimed when he sought mercy: "To Thee only have ~ 145 3, 47 | related Jn. 5:18, "the Jews sought to kill" Christ ~because " 146 3, 51 | grave. ~Consequently, He sought likewise to return to dust 147 3, 58 | since more than others they sought this one thing alone, to ~ 148 3, 58 | that the sons of Zebedee sought ~for higher excellence in 149 3, 60 | But salvation, which is sought through the sacraments, ~ 150 3, 72 | Concerning the point on which you sought to be informed, i.e. whether ~ 151 3, 86 | although with tears he had sought it," which a gloss explains 152 Suppl, 36| of souls. The law is not sought at the mouth of ~these, 153 Suppl, 36| Temporal things are not to be sought but for the sake of ~spiritual 154 Suppl, 41| i.e. enjoyment of a ~thing sought as one's last end]; which 155 Suppl, 49| purpose; for ~instance if one sought only bodily health by the 156 Suppl, 49| question is that if pleasure be sought in such a way as to exclude 157 Suppl, 49| so that it would not be sought in another than his ~wife, 158 Suppl, 51| v, 5), and not as being sought for its own sake. Hence 159 Suppl, 51| be error about a thing ~sought for its own sake, the contract 160 Suppl, 52| one of the goods that are sought for their own ~sake, because 161 Suppl, 55| concupiscence, which are sought in marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 162 Suppl, 56| other persons need to be sought by means of marriage.~Aquin.: 163 Suppl, 65| that this good might be sought after, it attached pleasure ~ 164 Suppl, 65| which is the end chiefly sought ~after in marriage, so the 165 Suppl, 65| where sexual intercourse is sought after for its own sake. 166 Suppl, 71| He slew them, then they sought Him": ~and this is a probable 167 Suppl, 78| pleasures simply, and to be sought for their own ~sake: wherefore 168 Suppl, 89| angel," says: "God is not sought with the eyes of the body,


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