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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | relatively, ~inasmuch as one seeks some mode of being of which 2 1, 6 | desirableness. Now everything seeks after its own ~perfection; 3 1, 19 | suffices the willer, he seeks nothing ~beyond it. But 4 1, 19 | be in vain, since science seeks ~to assign causes to effects. 5 1, 47 | different parts, the artificer seeks different material; indeed, 6 1, 60 | knowledge, everything ~naturally seeks to procure what is good 7 1, 60 | good for itself; as fire seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently 8 1, 63 | think that, because a man seeks to occupy ~a higher grade 9 1, 63 | above (A[2]). But pride seeks excellence. Now it is more 10 1, 64 | the ~sensitive appetite seeks a particular good; while 11 1, 64 | particular good; while the will seeks the ~universal good, as 12 1, 48 | different parts, the artificer seeks different material; indeed, 13 1, 61 | knowledge, everything ~naturally seeks to procure what is good 14 1, 61 | good for itself; as fire seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently 15 1, 64 | think that, because a man seeks to occupy ~a higher grade 16 1, 64 | above (A[2]). But pride seeks excellence. Now it is more 17 1, 65 | the ~sensitive appetite seeks a particular good; while 18 1, 65 | particular good; while the will seeks the ~universal good, as 19 1, 78 | knowledge of truth, which reason seeks. But man attains, ~although 20 2, 2 | stated above. ~Wherefore man seeks to be honored especially 21 2, 4 | ad 2; Q[3], A[4]): but it seeks to be at rest in the operation, 22 2, 8 | proper object; for ~no power seeks other than its proper object. 23 2, 14 | to ~the action of him who seeks counsel, nevertheless it 24 2, 16 | therein; but in so far as he seeks to possess it, he ~is said 25 2, 16 | the enjoyment which a man seeks in that ~end.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 20 | the will. Therefore God seeks ~for works not on His own 27 2, 27 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: He who seeks science, is not entirely 28 2, 28 | and in saying that "it seeks to unite," ~he refers to 29 2, 28 | real union, which the lover seeks with the object of his ~ 30 2, 28 | enjoyment of ~the beloved; but seeks to possess the beloved perfectly, 31 2, 28 | the good that he has, he seeks to enjoy something ~outside 32 2, 28 | outside himself. But since he seeks to have this extrinsic good 33 2, 28 | qu. 35), an intense love seeks to remove ~everything that 34 2, 28 | hand, love of friendship seeks the friend's good: ~wherefore, 35 2, 32 | excellence or profits, which he seeks ~as his own good.~Aquin.: 36 2, 32 | Wherefore the sorrowful man ~seeks pleasure as making for his 37 2, 34 | the man lacking ~in virtue seeks, seems to be evil in itself, 38 2, 34 | absurd to ask anyone why he ~seeks to be pleased. Therefore 39 2, 34 | Ethic. i, 1. ~But everyone seeks some kind of pleasure, even 40 2, 35 | presence ~of its contrary, one seeks the more eagerly for something 41 2, 35 | pleasant: thus ~a thirsty man seeks more eagerly the pleasure 42 2, 35 | shun sorrow more than he seeks pleasure." Now that which 43 2, 35 | sorrow more eagerly than he ~seeks pleasure: and this for three 44 2, 39 | the contrary, The wise man seeks only that which is useful. 45 2, 39 | sake, just as everyone seeks the good, and pleasure in 46 2, 46 | their effect, since each ~seeks to inflict harm on another. 47 2, 46 | to the person on ~whom it seeks vengeance, as to something 48 2, 46 | noxious person, on whom it ~seeks to be avenged. Consequently 49 2, 46 | the vengeance that it ~seeks; and the person on whom 50 2, 46 | and the person on whom it seeks vengeance; and in respect 51 2, 46 | Anger, on the other hand, seeks evil only under ~the aspect 52 2, 46 | all, what ~the angry man seeks in those with whom he is 53 2, 46 | that which the ~angry man seeks, viz. vengeance; and this 54 2, 47 | done to the person who ~seeks vengeance: for just as everything 55 2, 47 | as everything naturally seeks its own good, so ~does it 56 2, 47 | this. First, because anger seeks another's hurt as being 57 2, 47 | vengeance: wherefore it seeks vengeance in so far as it ~ 58 2, 47 | such, yet it ~naturally seeks a certain superiority, and 59 2, 48 | tendency to destroy, for it seeks to be avenged on the contrary ~ 60 2, 48 | matters of ~vengeance, man seeks to be in the open.~Aquin.: 61 2, 60 | OBJ 2: That justice which seeks the common good is another 62 2, 60 | difficult good; ~while anger seeks to overcome something contrary 63 2, 72 | species. It is thus that pride seeks excellence in ~reference 64 2, 72 | various things; and avarice seeks abundance of things ~adapted 65 2, 84 | else, as it were: thus one seeks an evil on account ~of some 66 2, 84 | satiety, which "covetousness" seeks in ~riches that give promise 67 2, 94 | inasmuch as every ~substance seeks the preservation of its 68 2, 102 | The screech-owl, which ~seeks its food by night but hides 69 2, 102 | signifies the lustful man who ~seeks to lie hidden in his deeds 70 2, 105 | servant whom his master seeks to kill, or to help him 71 2, 109 | His motion that everything seeks to be ~likened to God in 72 2, 114 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: God seeks from our goods not profit, 73 2, 114 | His goodness; even as He seeks it also in His own works. ~ 74 2, 18 | since the covetous man seeks work ~not as end but as 75 2, 18 | a means: the end that he seeks is wealth, wherefore ~covetousness 76 2, 18 | himself or in another but seeks it only in ~God. For that 77 2, 25 | the saying, ~"'charity seeks not her own,' means that 78 2, 26 | whose love is the greatest, seeks ~rather to love than to 79 2, 26 | passion. Now every passion seeks its ~object with a certain 80 2, 31 | an ~act of charity, which seeks in a special way the recovery 81 2, 33 | of object, which ~virtue seeks, and vice shuns, it does 82 2, 33 | carnal vices, whereby a man seeks ~bodily comfort and pleasure.~ 83 2, 33 | essentially to sloth; since sloth seeks undue rest in so ~far as 84 2, 39 | manner, since ~sometimes he seeks to hurt him secretly. When, 85 2, 40 | one part of the multitude seeks to retain the ~tyrant, while 86 2, 45 | seems to be prudent, who seeks and does good for ~himself. 87 2, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He that seeks the good of the many, seeks 88 2, 45 | seeks the good of the many, seeks in consequence ~his own 89 2, 53 | from ~covetousness, which seeks its own profit and sets 90 2, 70 | Rhet. ii, 4) "an angry man ~seeks an open offense, but he 91 2, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Anger seeks openly to be avenged, as 92 2, 75 | moderate gain which he ~seeks to acquire by trading for 93 2, 75 | refers to the trading which seeks ~gain as a last end. This 94 2, 76 | 43], A[2]). Now he that seeks to ~borrow from a usurer 95 2, 76 | part of the person who ~seeks to borrow. Nor is this passive 96 2, 78 | the law, or which a man seeks to obtain from a judge, 97 2, 93 | If by casting lots one seeks to ~know what is to be given 98 2, 93 | sortilege ~of allotment"; if one seeks to know what ought to be 99 2, 93 | of consultation"; if one seeks to know what is going to ~ 100 2, 95 | for himself, the less he seeks these things." ~And the 101 2, 104 | seems to me like a man who seeks fodder for ~his cattle." 102 2, 109 | the ~service of God, and seeks by their means to please, 103 2, 111 | things, which human wisdom seeks. ~Hence the text quoted 104 2, 113 | the end. ~Because flattery seeks to please the person flattered, 105 2, 113 | whereas the ~detractor seeks not the displeasure of the 106 2, 113 | defames him in secret, but seeks rather his defamation.~Aquin.: 107 2, 116 | in other words, that man seeks, according to a ~certain 108 2, 116 | everyone ~that is in need seeks to have his need supplied, 109 2, 116 | which human nature ever seeks to remedy, since the ~more 110 2, 116 | deficient one is the more one seeks relief from external things, 111 2, 116 | regard to a bodily object seeks the ~pleasure, not of the 112 2, 117 | pleasure in ~virtuous goods, he seeks for himself pleasures of 113 2, 117 | covetousness; since the prodigal seeks to ~acquire some temporal 114 2, 129 | reward: since the ~reward he seeks is happiness, which is the 115 2, 130 | seems to imitate God, Who seeks glory from men: wherefore 116 2, 130 | the ~thing for which one seeks glory: as when a man seeks 117 2, 130 | seeks glory: as when a man seeks glory for that which ~is 118 2, 130 | glory, for instance when he seeks it for something frail ~ 119 2, 130 | part of him from whom he seeks glory, ~for instance a man 120 2, 130 | of ~the man himself who seeks glory, for that he does 121 2, 130 | therefore evident that God ~seeks glory, not for His own sake, 122 2, 130 | because the glory which he seeks is something great in his 123 2, 130 | the intention of him that seeks glory, it is not a mortal 124 2, 133 | Ethic. iv, 2) that "he seeks how he may spend least." ~ 125 2, 146 | hour of need; ~sometimes it seeks costly meats; sometimes 126 2, 146 | or ~species of food a man seeks "sumptuous" - i.e. costly 127 2, 146 | regards ~its quality, he seeks food prepared too nicely - 128 2, 146 | differentiated. For in him that ~seeks sumptuous food, concupiscence 129 2, 151 | for since the lustful man seeks pleasure, he directs his ~ 130 2, 154 | Thirdly, because anger seeks to work openly, ~whereas 131 2, 156 | of vengeance, which a man seeks with a stubborn ~desire: 132 2, 159 | with the appetite, which seeks, not outward excellence, 133 2, 160 | 1~OBJ 3: Further. pride seeks pre-eminence not only in 134 2, 164 | his flesh, so that man ~seeks to know how he may best 135 2, 167 | ways. ~First when a man seeks glory from excessive attention 136 2, 167 | linen. No one, forsooth, seeks costly ~apparel" (such, 137 2, 167 | Secondly, when a man seeks sensuous pleasure from excessive 138 2, 180 | 19): "The love of ~truth seeks a holy leisure, the demands 139 2, 180 | love of" the Divine "truth seeks a holy leisure," ~namely 140 2, 180 | the contemplative life seeks, as stated above (Q[181], 141 2, 181 | unity of spirit when he seeks his own; just as in an earthly 142 2, 183 | is vanity. For ~primacy seeks one that shuns it, and abhors 143 2, 183 | useful. For what wise man seeks of his own accord to ~submit 144 2, 183 | 19): "The love of truth seeks a holy leisure, the demands ~ 145 2, 186 | contemplative life which seeks to devote itself to God ~ 146 2, 186 | opinion, saying: A monk who seeks earthly possessions is no 147 2, 187 | ascending to orders. ~For he seeks a fall who aspires to mount 148 2, 187 | spirit. But ~for him who seeks to enter religion there 149 2, 187 | because ~he looks back who seeks delay in order to go home 150 3, 2 | Constantinople, saying: "If anyone seeks to introduce into the mystery 151 3, 5 | cause ~of the soul, Who seeks to separate it from the 152 3, 15 | OBJ 2: The flesh naturally seeks what is pleasing to it by 153 3, 15 | who is a ~rational animal, seeks this after the manner and 154 3, 15 | with sin, i.e. when anyone seeks revenge beyond the order 155 3, 15 | praiseworthy, e.g. when anyone seeks revenge according to justice, 156 3, 15 | for the house of God, who seeks to better whatever He sees 157 3, 41 | vainglory, which always seeks to rise.~Aquin.: SMT TP 158 3, 41 | often happens that a man seeks to derive glory from ~external 159 3, 63 | Beatitude ~admits him that seeks happiness to a share in 160 3, 84 | are acts of the person who seeks to be cured, such as ~certain 161 Suppl, 38| political science, which seeks the common ~good, to the 162 Suppl, 49| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A man seeks wanton pleasure in his wife 163 Suppl, 52| law. Now just ~as nature seeks the preservation of the 164 Suppl, 58| this ~shows that the latter seeks some other end from the 165 Suppl, 93| life, except for him who seeks his own glory from that


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