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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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directs

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | seeing that the wise man directs, and is not directed (Metaph. 2 1, 1 | called wise, inasmuch as he directs his acts to a fitting ~end: " 3 1, 14 | permits, or impedes, or directs them; as also ~sicknesses 4 1, 21 | commutative justice, that directs exchange and intercourse 5 1, 25 | commands, and what knowledge directs, which three things in ~ 6 1, 62 | the intention of Him Who ~directs towards the end. For it 7 1, 70 | in regard to sight, which directs him in his ~works, and is 8 1, 63 | the intention of Him Who ~directs towards the end. For it 9 1, 71 | in regard to sight, which directs him in his ~works, and is 10 1, 78 | intelligence." Secondly, it ~directs what it apprehends to the 11 1, 78 | speculative intellect which directs what it apprehends, not 12 1, 78 | intellect is that ~which directs what it apprehends to operation. 13 1, 78 | the ~speculative, but it directs the known truth to operation.~ 14 1, 80 | that the universal reason directs the ~sensitive appetite, 15 1, 85 | the practical intellect directs to action. But action ~has 16 1, 92 | love by reason of ~which he directs the effect to a good end; 17 1, 100 | righteousness, since it directs our ~actions. Therefore 18 1, 106 | that even when the will directs the concept of the mind ~ 19 1, 106 | that by his own will he directs his ~mental concept in such 20 1, 112 | man, ~to a certain degree directs man to good, but not in 21 1, 112 | right intention: for "faith directs the ~intention" as Augustine 22 2, 1 | moved by the archer who ~directs his action to the end. Therefore 23 2, 1 | end belongs to that which directs ~itself to an end: whereas 24 2, 3 | intellect has ~not; but it directs man thereto.~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 14 | counsel, nevertheless it directs him in his ~action: since 26 2, 17 | reacts on itself, just as it directs the ~acts of other powers, 27 2, 21 | virtues," which prudence directs, "he is the ~reverse."~Aquin.: 28 2, 44 | disturbance in the reason, which directs action. But fear ~disturbs 29 2, 50 | to the good which reason ~directs. Therefore there is no habit 30 2, 59 | and moderation. Now reason directs, not only the passions of 31 2, 59 | Wherefore just as virtue directs the bodily ~limbs to their 32 2, 60 | that legal justice, ~which directs human acts to the common 33 2, 60 | logically, from the virtue which directs a man's actions to one man 34 2, 60 | special virtue, piety which directs man to the good of his ~ 35 2, 60 | But that justice which directs man to the common good is 36 2, 60 | act of command: since it directs all the acts ~of the virtues 37 2, 61 | A[4]). But that which directs ~other things ranks before 38 2, 61 | things of the world, and directs all the thoughts ~of the 39 2, 62 | makes us virtuous, ~and directs us to Himself. Hence they 40 2, 62 | virtues there is one which directs us to ~God: this is wisdom, 41 2, 63 | other hand, virtue which directs ~man to good as defined 42 2, 65 | charity, inasmuch as it directs man to his ~last end, is 43 2, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Prudence directs the moral virtues not only 44 2, 66 | other intellectual virtues, ~directs them all, and is the architect 45 2, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Wisdom directs both the intellect and the 46 2, 71 | eternal law first and foremost directs man to his end, ~and in 47 2, 71 | more so, as the eternal law directs us in many things that ~ 48 2, 73 | matters of action the reason directs all things ~in view of the 49 2, 74 | precedes the will, since it directs it. Therefore sin ~cannot 50 2, 74 | it is evident that reason directs not only external ~acts, 51 2, 76 | of sin, in so far as it ~directs human acts.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 76 | observe that the reason directs human acts in accordance ~ 53 2, 79 | persons" (Acts 10:34). Now He ~directs the blinding of some, to 54 2, 79 | whole universe: ~thus He directs the sin of tyrants to the 55 2, 79 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: That God directs the blindness of some to 56 2, 88 | therein, ~or because he directs it to something that is 57 2, 90 | OBJ 2: Further, the law directs man in his actions. But 58 2, 91 | actively, in so far as it ~directs certain things to the end; 59 2, 91 | converting souls," because it directs not only exterior, but also ~ 60 2, 91 | surpasses the Old ~Law, since it directs our internal acts, according 61 2, 91 | Reply OBJ 3: The natural law directs man by way of certain general ~ 62 2, 91 | all. But the Divine law directs man also in certain ~particular 63 2, 92 | acts, in which the law ~directs, as stated above (Q[90], 64 2, 93 | of this is because law ~directs the actions of those that 65 2, 94 | is one in itself, yet it directs all things ~regarding man; 66 2, 97 | from the very ~fact that he directs how some general precept 67 2, 99 | of the ~things which it directs to the end. Thus also the 68 2, 108 | matter of internal acts it directs man sufficiently?~(4) Whether 69 2, 108 | in ~the first place, He directs man's will in respect of 70 2, 108 | In the second place He directs ~man's intention, by teaching 71 2, 108 | Para. 3/4~Afterwards He directs man's interior movement 72 2, 109 | all to Himself." But He directs righteous men to Himself 73 2, 113 | particular justice, which directs a man's acts by ~regulating 74 2, 113 | as legal justice, which ~directs a man's acts by regulating 75 2, 4 | some good in so ~far as it directs the intellect to the true. 76 2, 8 | just as the Holy Ghost directs man's will by the ~gift 77 2, 9 | authority that ~knowledge directs piety. But this cannot apply 78 2, 9 | primarily: and in this way it directs piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 79 2, 9 | his right judgment, man directs ~creatures to the Divine 80 2, 10 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, faith directs the intention. Now there 81 2, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Faith directs the intention with regard 82 2, 11 | admonition," as the Apostle directs: after ~that, if he is yet 83 2, 15 | Now cognition precedes and directs ~action. Therefore the precepts 84 2, 22 | than the will, since it ~directs the will. Therefore, faith, 85 2, 22 | does any like thing, and directs it to his unbelief ~as end.~ 86 2, 22 | that it is charity which directs the acts of all other virtues 87 2, 22 | other virtues, because it ~directs all other virtues to its 88 2, 25 | for God is man's charity directs man ~to God perfectly, and 89 2, 31 | prudence, which executes and directs the action.~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 35 | in as much as charity ~directs many hearts together to 91 2, 43 | acts by Divine things, and directs human acts according to 92 2, 45 | far, to wit, as prudence directs the choice by means of ~ 93 2, 47 | belong to prudence which directs the ~virtues.~Aquin.: SMT 94 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Man directs himself by prudence commonly 95 2, 48 | of which we speak, ~he directs himself in relation to the 96 2, 50 | whether ~acquired or infused, directs man in the research of counsel 97 2, 50 | OBJ 1: Although counsel directs in all the acts of virtue, 98 2, 51 | prudence, in ~so far as it directs them, so have all vices 99 2, 54 | prudence, in so far as it directs all virtuous acts.~Aquin.: 100 2, 56 | wherefore, since the reason directs one thing in ~relation to 101 2, 56 | as stated above (A[2]) directs man in his ~relations with 102 2, 56 | good, to ~which justice directs: so that all acts of virtue 103 2, 56 | justice, ~in so far as it directs man to the common good. 104 2, 56 | harmony with the law which directs ~the acts of all the virtues 105 2, 56 | justice, in so ~far as it directs to the common good, may 106 2, 56 | to general justice, which directs to the common good; and 107 2, 56 | in as much, to wit, as it directs the acts of the other virtues 108 2, 56 | general virtue in so far as it directs ~the acts of all the virtues 109 2, 56 | justice, ~in so far as it directs the acts of all the virtues 110 2, 56 | virtue strictly speaking directs its act to that ~virtue' 111 2, 56 | every other virtue, which directs all the virtues to the common 112 2, 56 | nature. Now general justice directs man sufficiently in all 113 2, 56 | many." But legal justice directs one man to another in matters ~ 114 2, 56 | besides legal justice which directs man ~immediately to the 115 2, 56 | OBJ 3: Further, justice directs man sufficiently in matters 116 2, 59 | Ethic. v, 2) that "one directs distributions, the other, 117 2, 59 | wherein distributive ~justice directs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[61] A[ 118 2, 59 | that "one kind of justice ~directs distributions, and another 119 2, 59 | For ~distributive justice directs distributions, while commutative 120 2, 59 | while commutative justice ~directs commutations that can take 121 2, 60 | act of that justice which directs commutations.~Aquin.: SMT 122 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~Whether religion directs man to God alone?~Aquin.: 123 2, 79 | parents." Therefore ~religion directs us also to our neighbor, 124 2, 79 | not one virtue. Religion directs ~us to God, as stated above ( 125 2, 79 | for its object, since it directs us to God alone, as ~stated 126 2, 79 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Religion directs man to God not as its object 127 2, 79 | far as by its command it directs the acts of ~all the virtues 128 2, 79 | virtue, in so far as it directs the acts of all the virtues 129 2, 81 | which is in the ~will, directs the acts of the other powers 130 2, 81 | religion, since by it religion directs man's intellect to God.~ 131 2, 81 | teaches us to ask, but also ~directs all our affections. Thus 132 2, 81 | To this same end a thing directs us in two ways: in one way, 133 2, 81 | which ~is useful for an end directs us to that end. Now a thing 134 2, 86 | by commanding or praying, directs, in a fashion, what others 135 2, 86 | him, so by promising he directs what he himself is to do 136 2, 120 | above (Q[101], A[2]), piety directs us to pay the ~debt due 137 2, 130 | his last ~end: so that he directs even virtuous deeds thereto, 138 2, 132 | Reply OBJ 3: Magnificence directs the use of art to something 139 2, 135 | indifferent." Now a habit that directs us to do something well, 140 2, 139 | reason is that by which it directs ~certain things towards 141 2, 149 | which is called abstinence ~directs its act to chastity as its 142 2, 151 | lustful man seeks pleasure, he directs his ~speech thereto, and 143 2, 155 | praise chiefly because it directs man ~to happiness that consists 144 2, 155 | Now meekness above ~all directs man to the knowledge of 145 2, 179 | moral virtues in one who directs ~them to the quiet of contemplation 146 2, 180 | being the more important, directs the ~art of the bridle-maker [* 147 2, 180 | wherefore it moves and directs the active life. For ~the 148 2, 184 | applies to the will, which directs its actions to the end ~ 149 3, 2 | II, coll. viii, can. 5) directs ~an anathema against such 150 3, 46 | consultation of which it directs ~itself," as Augustine says ( 151 3, 64 | a sacrament. But "faith directs in ~intention" as Augustine 152 3, 85 | virtues, inasmuch as it directs them to its own end, an 153 3, 85 | share of ~prudence, which directs all the moral virtues: but 154 Suppl, 26| for his benefactors, and directs his works of satisfaction 155 Suppl, 26| Generically, as when a ~person directs his works for the good of 156 Suppl, 29| body to which end James directs the prayer of faith to be 157 Suppl, 93| the end to which charity ~directs us is more excellent than 158 Suppl, 96| for this ~very reason he directs the whole of his life to


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