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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | the law with which they accord. Therefore God's justice, 2 1, 21 | do nothing that is not in accord with His wisdom and ~goodness; 3 1, 95 | obeyed man of their own accord, as in the present state 4 1, 102 | end, as though of its own accord. For this reason God is 5 1, 113 | OBJ 3: Man can of his own accord fall into sin: but he cannot ~ 6 2, 5 | forsake Happiness of his own accord. Moreover, neither ~can 7 2, 18 | good, inasmuch as it is in accord with reason, and evil, inasmuch 8 2, 18 | action includes ~something in accord with the order of reason, 9 2, 18 | to a due ~end, it is in accord with reason; wherefore it 10 2, 18 | every circumstance implies ~accord or disaccord with reason. 11 2, 19 | and in so far as it is in accord with reason, it enters the 12 2, 19 | to be evil; so, when in accord with reason, it ~tends to 13 2, 19 | evil. And ~yet it was in accord with the erring reason, 14 2, 19 | right, ~nor is it always in accord with the eternal law.~Aquin.: 15 2, 19 | goodness, in so far as it is in accord with its ~proper measure. 16 2, 21 | from a natural force, in accord with the natural inclination 17 2, 21 | every good action is in accord with reason and the Eternal 18 2, 24 | man consists in "being in accord, or ~in disaccord with reason," 19 2, 24 | 22) that "movement in ~accord with nature is an action, 20 2, 24 | turned from that which is in accord with nature to that which 21 2, 31 | operation is a movement in accord with nature, while passion 22 2, 31 | being natural, which is in accord ~with nature, as stated 23 2, 31 | things, ~which are not in accord with human nature.~Aquin.: 24 2, 34 | man's good is to be "in accord with reason," as Dionysius ~ 25 2, 34 | rests in that which is in accord with reason; ~and an evil 26 2, 34 | though the pleasure be in accord ~with reason, yet it hinders 27 2, 55 | of the soul is to be in ~accord with reason."~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 56 | like a second nature in accord with reason." Yet, in man, 29 2, 56 | like ~a second nature in accord with reason." Therefore 30 2, 57 | truth, his words are not in accord ~with his knowledge, but 31 2, 58 | like a second nature, in accord with reason." But since 32 2, 58 | man's good, it must be in accord with reason: since ~man' 33 2, 58 | Right reason which is in accord with prudence is included ~ 34 2, 58 | like a second nature in accord with reason." Now though 35 2, 58 | though nature may be in ~accord with some sovereign reason 36 2, 58 | faculty to the good that is in accord with reason, which is a 37 2, 59 | for as much as they may accord or disaccord with reason. ~ 38 2, 60 | withdrawing ~from that which is in accord with reason. Wherefore the 39 2, 61 | strengthened for that which is in accord with reason, against any ~ 40 2, 63 | virtuous good consists in accord with reason, as was ~clearly 41 2, 70 | mind to that which is in ~accord with reason, or rather to 42 2, 71 | man; while whatever is in accord with reason, is in accord 43 2, 71 | accord with reason, is in accord with the ~nature of man, 44 2, 71 | man's good is to be in accord with reason, ~and his evil 45 2, 71 | and his work good, ~is in accord with man's nature, for as 46 2, 71 | that "virtue is a habit in accord with reason, like a second 47 2, 71 | virtue is said to be in accord with nature, and ~on the 48 2, 71 | is contrary to ~"being in accord with nature," in which latter 49 2, 71 | virtues are said to ~be in accord with nature, in as much 50 2, 73 | commensuration of the human act in ~accord with the rule of reason. 51 2, 73 | induce the will to sin in accord ~with the very nature of 52 2, 73 | moved freely of itself in accord with the judgment of reason. ~ 53 2, 75 | is moved to ~something in accord with reason, so it is due 54 2, 75 | rule fails, which man, in accord with his nature, ought ~ 55 2, 77 | do anything of their own accord, and not through the impulse 56 2, 78 | moved to evil of its own accord. ~This may happen in two 57 2, 78 | everything tends, of its own accord, to that ~which is suitable 58 2, 78 | Secondly, the will, of its ~own accord, may tend to an evil, through 59 2, 78 | moved ~to evil of its own accord, than when a sin is committed 60 2, 78 | chooses evil of his own accord, in ~the way already explained ( 61 2, 79 | does not act of its own accord in ~failing to light up 62 2, 79 | other hand, God, of His own ~accord, withholds His grace from 63 2, 79 | but God, Who, of His own accord, withholds His grace. ~In 64 2, 80 | one who sins of his own accord, becomes the slave of the 65 2, 82 | natural to man, as ~it is in accord with the order of reason; 66 2, 85 | that he performs actions in accord with reason, which is ~to 67 2, 87 | unless either of his ~own accord he take upon himself the 68 2, 88 | life, which is a ~life in accord with virtue, is the order 69 2, 90 | of law, it needs to be in accord with some rule of reason. 70 2, 92 | delight and of one's own accord. Accordingly, law, even 71 2, 97 | order to be just, should accord with the ~natural and Divine 72 2, 100 | morals are called good ~which accord with reason, and those are 73 2, 100 | are those which are in ~accord with reason; and since also 74 2, 100 | of every man, of its own accord and at once, judges to be 75 2, 100 | wise men ~shows to be in accord with reason; since the people 76 2, 102 | to the herb of its own ~accord; and such like products 77 2, 108 | freely, who acts of his own ~accord. Now man does of his own 78 2, 108 | Now man does of his own accord that which he does from 79 2, 22 | is defined as being "in accord with ~right reason," as 80 2, 25 | and if a man of his own accord offer himself ~for that 81 2, 25 | moved thereto of his own ~accord: and what we do of our own 82 2, 25 | and what we do of our own accord surpasses what we do through ~ 83 2, 28 | another, not of his own accord, but through ~being forced, 84 2, 31 | amend ~his ways of his own accord, he should be made to cease 85 2, 45 | the human soul is to be in accord with reason, as Dionysius 86 2, 45 | like a second nature ~in accord with reason." Therefore 87 2, 48 | wherefore "right reason in accord with prudence" is ~included 88 2, 57 | arose from injustice, in accord ~with what has been said 89 2, 58 | strive to make his judgment accord with things as they are. 90 2, 65 | man may submit of his own accord to the ~judgment of others 91 2, 65 | way did Christ of ~his own accord submit to human judgment: 92 2, 67 | neglect that, of his own ~accord, he submits to the judgment 93 2, 68 | risked ~the danger of his own accord: whereas it is different 94 2, 75 | bought, he may, of his own accord, pay the seller ~something 95 2, 78 | who is ready of his own accord to ~do good, and is of gentle 96 2, 84 | that offereth of his own accord you ~shall take them." Nevertheless 97 2, 85 | one, ~each man of his own accord gave him what he deemed 98 2, 86 | bound himself ~of his own accord, and of which he was unable 99 2, 88 | harm of soul or body, in accord with the Divine power given 100 2, 93 | comes to us ~of his own accord (and it is lawful to do 101 2, 96 | own account and of his own accord, or he demands it on account 102 2, 96 | perchance when of his own accord he ~forces another to swear, 103 2, 121 | man good, to make his work accord with ~reason. This happens 104 2, 122 | martyrdom of their ~own accord. As to these precepts, they 105 2, 139 | human nature, but is in accord with it. It is, ~however, 106 2, 139 | to tend towards them in accord with the mode ~of reason. 107 2, 139 | man's good is to be in accord with reason," as Dionysius 108 2, 140 | man's good is to be in accord with reason," according ~ 109 2, 140 | insensibility, because they are in ~accord with right reason.~Aquin.: 110 2, 140 | ought the ~concupiscible to accord with reason."~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 144 | mean, in so far as it is in accord with right ~reason.~Aquin.: 112 2, 144 | so far as it is not ~in accord with right reason. For right 113 2, 150 | this is not sinful, but in accord /with right reason. In like ~ 114 2, 152 | would seem especially in accord with nature that agent and 115 2, 153 | se] to that ~which is in accord with reason, he is said 116 2, 153 | stands to that which is ~in accord with right reason, and not 117 2, 153 | not to that which is in accord with ~perverse reason. Now 118 2, 153 | praise from that ~which is in accord with reason. Now the good 119 2, 154 | astray from that which is in accord with reason; ~secondly, 120 2, 154 | good desire which is in accord with reason. Such like ~ 121 2, 154 | desire is altogether in ~accord with sense and nowise in 122 2, 154 | with sense and nowise in accord with reason. Secondly, because 123 2, 156 | man, in so far as it is in accord ~with reason, and in so 124 2, 156 | nor does he of his ~own accord lay aside his anger, except 125 2, 159 | mind to great things in ~accord with right reason. Hence 126 2, 160 | to wit, that is not in accord ~with right reason. Now 127 2, 170 | divination." This seems to be in accord ~with the opinion of Plato [* 128 2, 171 | divinely ~coordinated so as to accord with the truth to be revealed, 129 2, 177 | requirements of the present life in accord with right reason, belong 130 2, 183 | wise man seeks of his own accord to ~submit to such servitude 131 2, 183 | to that wherein it ~is in accord with perfection, it is confirmed 132 2, 184 | which are done of one's own accord. Therefore the vow of obedience ~ 133 2, 184 | Consequently when a man ~of his own accord deprives himself by vow 134 2, 184 | which God and all holy men accord to virtue, according ~to 135 2, 186 | Further, that which is in accord with man's nature is apparently ~ 136 2, 187 | sacred veil of ~her own accord, her parents or guardians, 137 3, 28 | and were she, of her own accord, by carnal intercourse to ~ 138 3, 37 | purification of her own accord, ~as stated above.~Aquin.: 139 3, 41 | wrestler advancing of his own accord."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 140 3, 50 | feeling, which of His own ~accord He had taken upon Himself, 141 3, 68 | therefore ~of their own accord, and against the will of 142 3, 82 | whether he confess of his own accord, or whether he be accused 143 3, 83 | continuing daily with one accord in the temple; and, breaking 144 3, 85 | makes amends of his own accord, which belongs to ~penance, 145 3, 85 | whereby a man, of his own accord, offers to make amends to 146 3, 88 | debt of punishment ~is in accord with the greatness of the 147 Suppl, 9 | sin, his word is not in accord ~with his thought, since 148 Suppl, 16| return to that which is in accord with their ~nature. But 149 Suppl, 54| is only between things in accord with one another, ~since 150 Suppl, 54| between other men, since ~they accord in species but differ in 151 Suppl, 64| Therefore he might, of his own accord, do or vow that which would 152 Suppl, 75| First, because it is more in accord with Divine justice, ~which


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