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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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willed

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1 1, 8 | who knows, and the thing willed in the one who wills. Hence 2 1, 19 | necessity on the things willed?~(9) Whether there is in 3 1, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the willed moves the willer, as the 4 1, 19 | OBJ 3: Further, if what is willed suffices the willer, he 5 1, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In things willed for the sake of the end, 6 1, 19 | clearly appears in things willed only for the sake of the 7 1, 19 | Accordingly as to things ~willed by God, we must observe 8 1, 19 | necessarily will things willed on account of His goodness; 9 1, 19 | the nature of the thing willed, namely, that the perfect 10 1, 19 | divine will to the thing ~willed. The reason for this is 11 1, 19 | example, we may say that God willed man to ~have hands to serve 12 1, 19 | that he ~might be man; and willed him to be man that he might 13 1, 19 | consequent, but to the ~things willed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 14 1, 19 | so far as it is ~good, is willed by God. A thing taken in 15 1, 19 | will what before he had not willed; or cease to will what ~ 16 1, 19 | cease to will what ~he had willed before. This cannot happen, 17 1, 19 | necessity on the things willed?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 18 1, 19 | necessity on the things ~willed. For Augustine says (Enchiridion 19 1, 19 | saved, except ~whom God has willed to be saved. He must therefore 20 1, 19 | necessity on the ~things willed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 21 1, 19 | imposes necessity on things willed, it follows that ~all good 22 1, 19 | necessity on some things willed ~but not on all. The reason 23 1, 19 | contingent that the ~effects willed by God happen contingently, 24 1, 19 | understand a necessity in ~things willed by God that is not absolute, 25 1, 20 | only inasmuch as it is willed by God. To every existing ~ 26 1, 20 | created universe: because ~He willed for Him the greater good 27 1, 23 | the part of the things ~willed; inasmuch as God wills one 28 1, 27 | similitude of the ~object willed within it, but by its having 29 1, 27 | inclination to the ~thing willed. Thus the procession of 30 1, 28 | one willing to the object ~willed; which are real relations 31 1, 28 | the willer to the ~object willed. In God, however, the intellect 32 1, 41 | created are such as God willed them to be; but the Son, 33 1, 46 | as ~much as and when He willed, and according to what was 34 1, 46 | but such an effect as God ~willed, an effect, to wit, which 35 1, 60 | that end ~to which good is willed, but rather as of that good 36 1, 61 | He produced such as He willed, and when He willed.~Aquin.: 37 1, 61 | as He willed, and when He willed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 38 1, 61 | upon them when ~God Himself willed it. Consequently it does 39 1, 41 | created are such as God willed them to be; but the Son, 40 1, 47 | as ~much as and when He willed, and according to what was 41 1, 47 | but such an effect as God ~willed, an effect, to wit, which 42 1, 61 | that end ~to which good is willed, but rather as of that good 43 1, 62 | He produced such as He willed, and when He willed.~Aquin.: 44 1, 62 | as He willed, and when He willed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 45 1, 62 | upon them when ~God Himself willed it. Consequently it does 46 1, 88 | If, therefore, God had willed souls to understand in the 47 1, 95 | Civ. Dei xix, 15): "God ~willed that man, who was endowed 48 1, 105 | the willer ~to the thing willed. And He alone can change 49 1, 110 | of the will to the thing willed, God alone can thus change ~ 50 1, 117 | either because the soul so willed, or for some other ~reason. 51 1, 117 | reason. If because the soul willed it - this seems incongruous. 52 2, 6 | unknown cannot be ~actually willed. Ignorance is "consequent" 53 2, 8 | But that which is good and willed in itself is the end. ~Wherefore 54 2, 8 | the means are good and willed, not in themselves, but 55 2, 8 | answer that, Since the end is willed in itself, whereas the means, 56 2, 8 | means, as ~such, are only willed for the end, it is evident 57 2, 10 | be ~something naturally willed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[10] A[ 58 2, 10 | gained, are ~not necessarily willed by one who wills the end: 59 2, 16 | twofold relation to the thing willed. One, ~according as the 60 2, 16 | according as the thing willed is, in a way, in the willing 61 2, 16 | proportion or order to the thing willed. Wherefore those things ~ 62 2, 16 | of the will to ~the thing willed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[16] A[ 63 2, 16 | Para. 2/2~Now the thing willed is not only the end, but 64 2, 16 | realization of the thing ~willed. Wherefore it is evident 65 2, 19 | Will, as regards the thing willed?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 66 2, 19 | is referred to ~the thing willed. And thus the act of the 67 2, 19 | circumstance affects the thing willed: that is to say, in ~so 68 2, 19 | ignorance is in any way willed, either directly or indirectly, 69 2, 19 | the goodness of ~the thing willed: for instance, when a man 70 2, 19 | the goodness of the thing willed, as stated above (AA[1], 71 2, 19 | evil; and therefore, as willed by him, it is evil. Wherefore ~ 72 2, 19 | will, as regards the thing willed?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 73 2, 19 | will, as regards the thing willed. For we cannot will what 74 2, 19 | Divine will as to the thing willed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 75 2, 19 | in the point of the thing willed, it would follow that a 76 2, 19 | Divine will, as to the thing ~willed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 77 2, 19 | conform it, as to the thing willed.~(3) Moreover, opposition 78 2, 19 | Divine ~will, as to the thing willed, has an evil will.~Aquin.: 79 2, 19 | will, as to that which ~is willed formally, for it is bound 80 2, 19 | not as to that which is willed materially, for the reason 81 2, 19 | common aspect of the thing willed, it is conformed ~thereto 82 2, 19 | Divine will in the thing willed materially, it is ~conformed 83 2, 19 | the reason of the thing willed. But ~we know not what God 84 2, 19 | of reason of the ~thing willed, wills what God wills, more 85 2, 19 | point of the very thing willed; because the will ~tends 86 2, 20 | or by reason of the act ~willed, it follows that the external 87 2, 20 | derives goodness from the act willed and from ~the end intended.~ 88 2, 20 | it has from the very act willed, to which it stands in ~ 89 2, 51 | single act, what should be ~willed in regard to various aspects 90 2, 76 | will, but also in the act willed, which is ~commanded by 91 2, 111 | the will, which hitherto ~willed evil, begins to will good. 92 2, 1 | it was merely because He willed that He did, so that ~what 93 2, 80 | profane Samaritans, had ~He so willed, He would have made devout." 94 2, 102 | is prescribed to him is willed by him for its own sake 95 2, 102 | is ~prescribed is nowise willed for its own sake, but, considered 96 2, 102 | will ~even as to the thing willed. But we are not bound in 97 2, 102 | divine will as to the thing willed, as stated ~above (FS, Q[ 98 2, 161 | the Divine command was not willed by ~man for his own sake, 99 2, 161 | remains therefore that he willed it for ~the sake of something 100 2, 170 | foreknow the future whenever it willed," which is clearly false.~ 101 3, 13 | voluntary to Christ; He willed to hunger, He willed ~to 102 3, 13 | He willed to hunger, He willed ~to thirst, He willed to 103 3, 13 | He willed ~to thirst, He willed to fear, He willed to die." 104 3, 13 | thirst, He willed to fear, He willed to die." Now God is called ~ 105 3, 13 | answer that, Christ's soul willed things in two ways. First, 106 3, 13 | capable ~of whatever He willed thus, since it would not 107 3, 13 | befit His wisdom if He ~willed to do anything of Himself 108 3, 13 | Christ must be said to have willed. For it must be ~remarked 109 3, 15 | unfailing dispensation, when He ~willed; even as He became man when 110 3, 15 | as He became man when He willed." Thirdly, as regards the ~ 111 3, 15 | to the will, and yet be willed by reason of the end, to 112 3, 18 | Divine will ~in the thing willed?~(6) Whether there was any 113 3, 18 | He was drawn to anything willed in itself, ~which implies 114 3, 18 | will was drawn ~to anything willed on account of its being 115 3, 18 | Divine ~will in the thing willed?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 116 3, 18 | anything ~except what God willed. For it is written (Ps. 117 3, 18 | that Christ's human will willed nothing but what was willed 118 3, 18 | willed nothing but what was willed by His ~Divine will.~Aquin.: 119 3, 18 | the human will in Christ willed nothing else than was willed 120 3, 18 | willed nothing else than was willed by His ~Divine will.~Aquin.: 121 3, 18 | He shows Himself to have ~willed something else than did 122 3, 18 | these of themselves were willed by God, but for the sake ~ 123 3, 18 | will as reason He always willed the same as God, which ~ 124 3, 18 | but as Thou wilt." ~For He willed in His reason that the Divine 125 3, 18 | although He said that He willed something else by another 126 3, 18 | His rational will Christ willed the Divine will to be ~fulfilled; 127 3, 18 | reason considers something willed in its relation to the will ~ 128 3, 18 | causing in His mind, He willed the passion, according to 129 3, 21 | considered as nature is willed not absolutely but conditionally [ 130 3, 21 | the will of reason, Christ willed nothing but what He ~knew 131 3, 31 | from ~whatever matter He willed, it was nevertheless most 132 3, 31 | Annunciation) that God "willed that His Word should take 133 3, 35 | 1~I answer that, Christ willed to be born in Bethlehem 134 3, 35 | said." ~Therefore He willed to be born at Bethlehem, 135 3, 35 | Christ, on the contrary, willed to be born ~in a mean city, 136 3, 41 | demons only so far as He willed; not as the Author of eternal 137 3, 44 | demons just as much as He willed; and He willed just as far 138 3, 44 | much as He willed; and He willed just as far as there ~was 139 3, 44 | made righteous ~unless he willed: for this would be both 140 3, 44 | clear that Christ, when He willed, ~changed the minds of men 141 3, 46 | human race. But if He had willed to free ~man from sin without 142 3, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Christ willed to deliver the human race 143 3, 46 | Test., qu. ~lv, "our Lord willed to redeem and reform the 144 3, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Christ willed to suffer while yet young, 145 3, 46 | Passion ~drew nigh, our Lord willed to draw nigh to the place 146 3, 46 | 1 Para. 4/4~Fourthly, He willed to suffer in Jerusalem, 147 3, 46 | classed with thieves; but willed to be reputed with the ~ 148 3, 47 | unwillingly, ~but because He willed it, when He willed it, and 149 3, 47 | because He willed it, when He willed it, and as He willed it." ~ 150 3, 47 | He willed it, and as He willed it." ~Consequently Christ 151 3, 47 | inflicted on His body, but willed ~His corporeal nature to 152 3, 47 | end, so likewise, when He willed, He suddenly succumbed ~ 153 3, 47 | body only so far as He ~willed it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] 154 3, 47 | Jews and ~Gentiles, Christ willed to suffer from both.~Aquin.: 155 3, 47 | Reply OBJ 3: Christ, indeed willed His Passion just as the 156 3, 47 | Passion just as the Father willed ~it; yet He did not will 157 3, 51 | stated above (A[1]), Christ willed to be buried in ~order to 158 3, 51 | voluntary: and therefore He willed to die, not from sickness, 159 3, 51 | manifestation of His Divine power He willed that His ~body should continue 160 3, 52 | penalties upon Himself, ~willed His body to be laid in the 161 3, 52 | the tomb, so likewise He willed His soul to ~descend into 162 3, 54 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Christ willed the scars of His wounds 163 3, 73 | this mystery, our Saviour willed this last act to ~be fixed 164 3, 80 | Christ's ~body, since He willed to be crucified by sinners 165 3, 81 | others to observe: hence He willed first to be baptized ~when 166 Suppl, 48| of the will is the thing willed. ~Wherefore, according as 167 Suppl, 72| even as regards the things willed. and consequently, ~although


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