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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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willing

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | acts of understanding, and willing, and loving, are called ~ 2 1, 16 | appears to the knower, who is willing and able to know," for hence 3 1, 19 | sense as understanding and willing are said to be movement. 4 1, 19 | things apart from Himself by ~willing His own goodness.~Aquin.: 5 1, 19 | will is one and simple, as willing ~the many only through the 6 1, 19 | goodness as their ~end. Now in willing an end we do not necessarily 7 1, 19 | them, it ~follows that His willing things apart from Himself 8 1, 19 | goodness is the ~reason of His willing all other things, as said 9 1, 19 | operating, is the cause of willing. Therefore the will of God 10 1, 19 | means ~to that end, his willing the end will be the cause 11 1, 19 | will be the cause of his willing the ~means. This cannot 12 1, 19 | is not the cause of His willing ~the means, yet He wills 13 1, 19 | anything is to ~God a cause of willing, but in so far as He wills 14 1, 19 | this is ~what is meant by willing consequently. Thus it may 15 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 4: Although God's willing a thing is not by absolute ~ 16 1, 19 | punishment, He does will, ~by willing the good to which such evils 17 1, 19 | evils are attached. Thus in willing ~justice He wills punishment; 18 1, 19 | wills punishment; and in willing the preservation of the ~ 19 1, 20 | is nothing else than His ~willing for that thing a greater 20 1, 22 | presupposes the ~act of willing the end. Nobody gives a 21 1, 23 | agent, as understanding and willing, as said ~above (Q[14], 22 1, 23 | the part of the ~act of willing; but a reason can be found 23 1, 23 | 9:22,23): "What if God, willing to show His ~wrath [that 24 1, 25 | He has ~done, but was not willing so to do, He would have 25 1, 28 | understood; and of the one willing to the object ~willed; which 26 1, 81 | understand, the will moves by willing to ~understand, that act 27 1, 82 | distinct from the act of willing, because "the act ~of the 28 1, 82 | will - that is, the act of willing - are ~different acts: yet 29 1, 104 | who creates the power of ~willing. Now the will can be moved 30 1, 104 | like manner the power of willing ~is caused by God alone. 31 2, 1 | instance the very act of willing. Now it is impossible for 32 2, 1 | cannot be the very act of willing. Consequently it follows 33 2, 1 | man, at least the act of willing, is for ~the end. Therefore 34 2, 6 | Since, then, the will by willing and acting, is able, and 35 2, 6 | does something by ~being willing to suffer. Consequently 36 2, 6 | yet is the cause of man's ~willing what he would not will otherwise. 37 2, 8 | the end is the reason for willing the means, just as ~light 38 2, 8 | secondly, as the reason for willing the means. Hence it is ~ 39 2, 8 | end, ~as the reason for willing the means; and to the means 40 2, 8 | the end as the reason for willing the means.~Aquin.: SMT FS 41 2, 8 | gaining the end. But in ~willing it is the reverse: the will 42 2, 8 | reverse: the will through (willing) the end comes to ~will 43 2, 9 | in so far ~as through willing the end it reduces itself 44 2, 9 | reduces itself to the act of willing the ~means. Now it cannot 45 2, 9 | moves some specially to the willing of ~something determinate, 46 2, 10 | the end is the reason for willing the means; ~and so it seems 47 2, 12 | intention of the end and ~the willing of the means are distinct 48 2, 12 | intention of the ~end and the willing of the means are distinct 49 2, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the willing of the means is called choice. 50 2, 12 | intention of the end and the ~willing of the means are not the 51 2, 12 | the same movement as ~the willing of the means.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 12 | the end is the reason for willing the means. Now the object, 53 2, 12 | is the formal ~object in willing the means, they are one 54 2, 13 | A[1]). Now there is "a ~willing of impossibilities" (Ethic. 55 2, 13 | moved of necessity from (willing) the end of the choice ( 56 2, 14 | motive (because it is from willing the end, that man is moved 57 2, 16 | willed is, in a way, in the willing subject, by a ~kind of proportion 58 2, 16 | fully proportionate, by willing the ~means fully. Use, on 59 2, 17 | the reason reasons about willing, and the will wills to reason, ~ 60 2, 19 | referred to ~the act of willing. And thus, it is impossible 61 2, 19 | accidentally, in so far as a man by willing some ~particular good, is 62 2, 19 | good, is prevented from willing at the same time another 63 2, 19 | evil results, not from his ~willing that particular good, but 64 2, 19 | particular good, but from his not willing the other. The ~same applies 65 2, 19 | fornication, his will in not willing to do so, cannot be ~reduced 66 2, 19 | vainglory ~or covetousness, by willing to obey God for the sake 67 2, 19 | the cause of the act of willing, the ~order to the end is 68 2, 19 | intention is the cause of willing. For when a man wills to 69 2, 19 | object, by ~reason of a man willing or doing a good that is 70 2, 19 | of wills arises from men willing different ~things. But whoever 71 2, 19 | judge has a good will, in willing a thief to be put to death, ~ 72 2, 19 | certain ~will is good from willing something considered under 73 2, 19 | man's will is not right in willing a particular good, unless 74 2, 19 | formal reason, as it were, of willing whatever is ~directed to 75 2, 19 | cause, ~consisting in man's willing something from charity, 76 2, 27 | speaking, loves himself, in willing ~the good that he desires. 77 2, 39 | whatever he will, and in ~willing naught amiss," as stated 78 2, 44 | First, from ~his being willing or anxious to take counsel. 79 2, 73 | indeed our neighbor be ~willing, or give his approval.~Aquin.: 80 2, 76 | that man unwilling, but not willing, ~as stated in Ethic. iii, 81 2, 76 | intention to sin that he is willing to bear the hurt of ignorance, ~ 82 2, 78 | thing, it follows that it is willing to suffer the ~loss of some 83 2, 98 | 48): "If any ~stranger be willing to dwell among you, and 84 2, 99 | Is. 1:19,20): "If you be willing, and ~will hearken to Me, 85 2, 105 | 48): "If any stranger be willing to dwell among you, and ~ 86 2, 105 | however, the woman was willing to ~renounce idolatry, and 87 2, 107 | His works, because He was willing to be circumcised ~and to 88 2, 109 | as ~to call thinking and willing movements, as is clear from 89 2, 109 | acts, and especially of his willing, as stated above (Q[1], 90 2, 109 | master of his acts and of his willing or not ~willing, because 91 2, 109 | and of his willing or not ~willing, because of his deliberate 92 2, 109 | is given ~to him; but his willing good, he has by God's assistance.~ 93 2, 111 | cooperation with such as are willing, beings by operating ~that 94 2, 112 | Therefore, if anyone is willing to receive grace ~it is 95 2, 10 | cannot ~believe unless he is willing." Therefore it seems that 96 2, 10 | invite you, and you be willing to go, eat of anything that 97 2, 10 | use ~of reason, if it is willing to be converted.~Aquin.: 98 2, 30 | he can find no one who is willing to give ~him something. 99 2, 30 | presume the father to be willing: unless, perchance, the 100 2, 56 | could scarcely find a man willing to act unjustly in every 101 2, 57 | since ~in so far as he is willing, he is a principle in himself, 102 2, 60 | Zachaeus said this being willing to do more than he was ~ 103 2, 62 | feared the Lord, since he was willing to ~slay his innocent son. 104 2, 63 | to impart correction to a willing ~subject. But to impart 105 2, 81 | two ~ways: first, by our willing the glory of God, secondly, 106 2, 81 | glory of God, secondly, by willing to ~enjoy His glory. The 107 2, 81 | to ask, unless ~He were willing to give"; and Chrysostom [* 108 2, 85 | judgment of those who are willing to pay, ~because minute 109 2, 86 | the superior prelate be willing; thus it was stated above ( 110 2, 93 | something or other, are willing to draw lots for its division, 111 2, 96 | the ~truth or that He is willing to bear witness to a falsehood. 112 2, 102 | either by obeying God or by willing to obey Him.~Aquin.: SMT 113 2, 102 | for salvation. If they be ~willing to obey even in other matters, 114 2, 108 | Ecclus. 7:14): "Be not willing to make ~any manner of lie."~ 115 2, 116 | mind," namely, ~that one be willing to be subject to money.~ 116 2, 130 | Likewise it is not a sin to be willing to approve ~one's own good 117 2, 134 | the sake of which one is willing to endure evils, is ~more 118 2, 152 | Abraham did not sin in being willing to slay his innocent son, ~ 119 2, 152 | of her. If the father be willing, the man shall endow her ~ 120 2, 166 | love of ~God, so as to be willing to disobey a commandment 121 2, 166 | attached to amusement as ~to be willing for its sake to do anything 122 2, 167 | even their husbands are willing to be deceived by it, by 123 2, 173 | sublime vision, God was willing to vouchsafe him a ~glimpse 124 2, 182 | friend's sake, than if he be willing ~only to serve his friend.~ 125 2, 183 | for if no good men were willing to ~assist her in her labor, 126 2, 183 | him; and if the latter be willing to remove the ~impediment, 127 2, 184 | will, inasmuch as a man is willing to obey, ~although perhaps 128 2, 184 | perhaps he would not be willing to do the thing commanded ~ 129 2, 186 | revenues. But if some men are willing to minister to the ~faithful 130 2, 187 | he be of legal age and ~willing." But children, seemingly, 131 3, 18 | signify a ~determinate mode of willing. Now a determinate mode 132 3, 18 | again, 'The spirit indeed is willing, but ~the flesh weak,' He 133 3, 18 | fact of any will in Christ willing something else than ~did 134 3, 22 | those who either are not ~willing to be participators in His 135 3, 29 | being a ~just man, and not willing to take her away [*Douay: ' 136 3, 29 | Wherefore the words, "not willing to take her away" are better ~ 137 3, 29 | rendered as meaning, "not willing publicly to expose her," 138 3, 35 | children." But Christ was willing to undergo death. Therefore 139 3, 46 | Latrone): "The Lord was not willing to suffer under a roof, 140 3, 47 | wreaks ~injustice upon a willing subject. But Christ suffered 141 3, 57 | by the power of His soul willing it. But as ~the body is 142 3, 68 | are baptized if they be willing, but not against their ~ 143 3, 69 | insincere who makes a show of willing ~what he wills not. Now 144 3, 76 | to which they do not pay ~willing assent; yet they are convinced 145 Suppl, 2 | contracted original sin without willing to do so. Therefore it is ~ 146 Suppl, 21| the enemy, whenever ~he is willing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 147 Suppl, 37| doorkeepers. Some, however, are willing ~to believe, but are not 148 Suppl, 41| he would by no means be willing to go to another ~woman, 149 Suppl, 51| cohabited, unless she be ~willing to consent again, there 150 Suppl, 55| inclined to think, would be willing for the marriage to ~stand.~ 151 Suppl, 59| when the captive woman was willing ~to be converted to the 152 Suppl, 59| the unbelieving ~wife be willing to be converted, he is not 153 Suppl, 59| unbelieving ~wife if she be willing to cohabit with him without 154 Suppl, 59| unbelieving wife if she be willing to cohabit with him without ~ 155 Suppl, 59| marriage. Now, if the wife be willing to cohabit without insult 156 Suppl, 59| For if the ~unbeliever be willing to cohabit without insult 157 Suppl, 64| that the wife ought to be ~willing to remain continent for 158 Suppl, 65| husband would by no means be willing for his wife to have another ~ 159 Suppl, 65| Therefore if his wife ~be willing, the husband can have intercourse 160 Suppl, 89| Man who, had he been willing ~to obey the command, would 161 Suppl, 93| were, which makes ~man more willing to see what he has never 162 Suppl, 93| martyrdom. Hence one who is willing to be a martyr may by his 163 Suppl, 93| instance if a person were willing to be slain for Christ's 164 Suppl, 96| the very fact that he is willing to sin, he is willing to ~ 165 Suppl, 96| is willing to sin, he is willing to ~remain in sin for ever. 166 Suppl, 96| life to that sin, and is willing ~to remain in sin forever,


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