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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intended

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | this doctrine seems to be intended to make truth clear. ~Hence 2 1, 1 | drawn, and not from those intended in allegory, as Augustine 3 1, 13 | sometimes from what it is intended to signify, as ~for instance, 4 1, 13 | But as ~regards the object intended by the name, this name " 5 1, 15 | the universe is ~properly intended by God, and is not the accidental 6 1, 15 | by Him immediately, and intended by Him, He must have the 7 1, 48 | reward, yet ~fault is not intended on account of the pain, 8 1, 49 | necessarily follows on the form intended by the agent the privation 9 1, 50 | For what is ~principally intended by God in creatures is good, 10 1, 50 | out ~infinitely, is not intended by the agent, but only specific ~ 11 1, 56 | a builder who, if he had intended to build a ~larger house, 12 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 1: Man was not intended to secure his ultimate perfection 13 1, 65 | or as to movement), are intended to ~apply to visible things 14 1, 74 | explanation is that thereby it is intended to show that the ~natural 15 1, 49 | reward, yet ~fault is not intended on account of the pain, 16 1, 50 | necessarily follows on the form intended by the agent the privation 17 1, 51 | For what is ~principally intended by God in creatures is good, 18 1, 51 | out ~infinitely, is not intended by the agent, but only specific ~ 19 1, 57 | a builder who, if he had intended to build a ~larger house, 20 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 1: Man was not intended to secure his ultimate perfection 21 1, 66 | or as to movement), are intended to ~apply to visible things 22 1, 73 | explanation is that thereby it is intended to show that the ~natural 23 1, 104 | reserved to Himself whatever he intended to do otherwise ~than by 24 1, 111 | whatever is better is more intended and more ~multiplied by 25 1, 114 | aptitude of bodies for the ~intended result. Now it is manifest 26 1, 115 | higher cause, ~is directly intended. For instance, if two servants 27 1, 115 | ordered ~it, it is directly intended.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 28 1, 116 | nature makes use for the intended end.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] 29 2, 12 | included in one which may be intended. ~For instance, the acquiring 30 2, 14 | say, from that which is ~intended in the future, and continuing 31 2, 18 | of the army, is the end intended by ~the commander in chief; 32 2, 18 | that regiment ~is the end intended by one of the lower officers. 33 2, 18 | OBJ 3: Whenever an end is intended by deliberate reason, it ~ 34 2, 19 | is one thing, and the end intended is ~another. Therefore in 35 2, 19 | on the malice ~of the end intended; since a man who wills to 36 2, 19 | the goodness of the end intended.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 37 2, 19 | in proportion to the good intended.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 38 2, 19 | that is ordained to the ~intended end not being proportionate 39 2, 19 | realize his intention, if he ~intended to buy a thing worth a hundred 40 2, 19 | not proportionate to the intended end: and thus the will that ~ 41 2, 19 | the quantity ~of the good intended, as is shown above. And 42 2, 20 | willed and from ~the end intended.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 43 2, 21 | nature and art, ~when the end intended by nature or art is not 44 2, 21 | as ~regards the last end intended, because no voluntary evil 45 2, 21 | respect of some proximate end: intended and achieved by the will. ~ 46 2, 21 | from the ~particular end intended by the artist: and this 47 2, 25 | reverse: because the pleasure intended ~causes desire and love. 48 2, 70 | is his last end which is intended for his enjoyment.~Aquin.: 49 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 3: The reward is intended by him that merits or acts ~ 50 2, 72 | whereas the punishment is not intended by the sinner, but, on ~ 51 2, 72 | manifestation which is ~intended principally; while in sins 52 2, 72 | thought which is principally intended, and the outward ~manifestation 53 2, 73 | from a sin is foreseen and intended, as when ~a man does something 54 2, 73 | harm ~is foreseen, but not intended; for instance, when a man 55 2, 73 | is neither foreseen nor intended: and then ~if this harm 56 2, 73 | be neither foreseen nor ~intended, it aggravates the sin directly, 57 2, 73 | if neither foreseen nor intended, does not aggravate a sin, 58 2, 73 | be ~neither foreseen nor intended, then greater harm does 59 2, 73 | action if ~foreseen and intended adds to the goodness and 60 2, 78 | Reply OBJ 2: Evil cannot be intended by anyone for its own sake; 61 2, 78 | own sake; but it ~can be intended for the sake of avoiding 62 2, 78 | choose to ~obtain a good intended for its own sake, without 63 2, 85 | that the effect is directly intended by ~the cause. Consequently, 64 2, 85 | although ~the defects are not intended by the sinner, nevertheless 65 2, 87 | that the ~punishment is intended for the sinner's amendment, 66 2, 87 | human ~laws, is not always intended as a medicine for the one 67 2, 87 | are medicinal punishments intended for the ~health of the soul. 68 2, 87 | other's ~sin), since it is intended for the good of his soul, 69 2, 96 | harm, that the lawgiver intended otherwise. For if it be ~ 70 2, 102 | according as they were intended ~for Divine worship; and 71 2, 102 | according as they ~were intended to foreshadow Christ: and 72 2, 102 | ceremonies of the sacrifices were intended for the ~divine worship, 73 2, 102 | the dam's milk, which was intended for the nourishment ~of 74 2, 103 | the fact that they were ~intended to be figures of Christ. 75 2, 105 | reason to presume that he intended to restore the animal, since 76 2, 111 | when it helps to the ~end intended. Now man is helped by God 77 2, 111 | hence, the end being already intended, ~grace cooperates with 78 2, 113 | other ~sacrament, unless he intended to make use of this sacrament, 79 2, 1 | sentence of the council was intended ~for private individuals, 80 2, 2 | Incarnation, in so far as it was intended for the consummation of 81 2, 2 | glory, ~but not as it was intended to deliver man from sin 82 2, 3 | the outward utterance is intended to ~signify the inward thought. 83 2, 10 | certain, and as though he intended to ~probe it with arguments, 84 2, 30 | Further, almsgiving is intended for the supply of a defect. 85 2, 30 | and praise if it ~be not intended, even as human glory, if 86 2, 30 | even as human glory, if not intended, does not detract ~from 87 2, 35 | not direct: because each intended some good, yet the one thought 88 2, 36 | reason with ~God": yet he intended not to impugn the truth, 89 2, 37 | essential is that which is intended, and that which results 90 2, 37 | results from sin is ~not intended by the sinner: it happens 91 2, 37 | punishments are medicines ~intended to keep man away from sin: 92 2, 39 | way it is as ~though he intended absolutely the other's hurt, 93 2, 41 | special sin from the end intended, as ~stated above. ~Aquin.: 94 2, 41 | should take food: but he intended to counsel abstinence from 95 2, 42 | perfectly, when the end intended by ~the author of the precept 96 2, 42 | however, when although the end intended by its author is not reached, ~ 97 2, 51 | however all these things are ~intended for the direction of the 98 2, 53 | solicitous,' etc. . . . He intended ~to forbid them either to 99 2, 57 | direct is that ~which is intended, and the indirect is what 100 2, 62 | effects, only one ~of which is intended, while the other is beside 101 2, 62 | species according to what is intended, and not according ~to what 102 2, 62 | strictly speaking, are neither intended nor voluntary. And since 103 2, 62 | directly voluntary ~and intended, is voluntary and intended 104 2, 62 | intended, is voluntary and intended accidentally, according 105 2, 64 | appropriate to ~themselves what is intended for common use." Now it 106 2, 65 | punishment, of the sinner is intended: wherefore when a man is ~ 107 2, 66 | The former of these is intended in ~denunciation, as stated, 108 2, 66 | commonwealth, whose good is intended ~chiefly in an accusation, 109 2, 66 | common good, ~which it is intended to procure by the accusation.~ 110 2, 66 | suffer whatever harm he has intended ~to be inflicted on another, 111 2, 75 | itself may be lawfully intended, not as a last end, but 112 2, 79 | important and ~directly intended in the worship of God.~Aquin.: 113 2, 86 | to delay longer than one intended to bind oneself, for it 114 2, 94 | science. For since it is ~not intended by means of this art to 115 2, 98 | as ~religious, if Ephron intended to accept the price as payment 116 2, 98 | sin in buying, ~because he intended merely to buy an ordinary 117 2, 107 | species from what ~is directly intended, and not from that which 118 2, 107 | truth, as something directly intended: although it may ~belong 119 2, 108 | sign. Wherefore if a person intended to signify something false 120 2, 108 | on the part of the end intended. Now the sin of lying is 121 2, 108 | officious" lie, whereby it is intended ~to help another person, 122 2, 108 | useful to another person is intended. This usefulness ~regards 123 2, 108 | that the greater the good intended, the more is the ~sin of 124 2, 108 | in respect of the evil intended; ~thirdly, accidentally.~ 125 2, 108 | mortal sin. ~But if the end intended be not contrary to charity, 126 2, 108 | some little pleasure is intended, or in an officious lie, ~ 127 2, 108 | also of one's neighbor is intended. Accidentally a lie may ~ 128 2, 109 | what he knew not": for he intended to return alone ~after sacrificing 129 2, 109 | end. If, however, the end intended be ~not contrary to charity, 130 2, 121 | ensues from this, if it be intended, may be called the remote 131 2, 135 | First, on account of the intended end that is proper to that ~ 132 2, 138 | are directed to the end intended by the ~lawgiver. Wherefore 133 2, 138 | according to the various ends intended by lawgivers, so that even 134 2, 143 | wealth: or because they are intended to be the ~instruments of 135 2, 145 | requirements of the end intended by the lawgiver. It will 136 2, 145 | as to frustrate the end ~intended by him: but it is not a 137 2, 145 | would not seem to have intended to prevent other pious and 138 2, 145 | such ~things as the Church intended to forbid in instituting 139 2, 148 | that ~which is directly intended. In this way drunkenness 140 2, 149 | a ~lawful use the organs intended for procreation." Now the 141 2, 152 | as though the fornicator intended to offend God, but ~consequently, 142 2, 159 | Reply OBJ 5: The Philosopher intended to treat of virtues as directed 143 2, 162 | again it is for a remedy intended for the spiritual welfare ~ 144 2, 170 | profit"; and is not directly intended to unite ~man's affections 145 2, 183 | good of ~our neighbor is intended, according to Jn. 21:17, " 146 2, 184 | perfection by reason of the end intended. Hence it does not ~follow 147 2, 184 | Monach.): "My words ~are intended to teach you not to rely 148 3, 38 | The baptism of John was intended by God to last only for 149 3, 50 | nature, which the Son of God intended to assume; but not ~as though 150 3, 65 | Further, a sacrament is intended as a remedy for the defect ~ 151 3, 65 | venial. Now Baptism is intended as a remedy against original 152 3, 65 | by sin. For Baptism is ~intended as a remedy against the 153 3, 65 | those sacraments which are intended for the perfection of the 154 3, 65 | precede those which are intended for the perfection of the ~ 155 3, 65 | and Matrimony, which are intended for the perfection of the ~ 156 3, 84 | not sacramental, but is ~intended for the working of miracles, 157 3, 90 | to the various ~changes intended by the penitent.~Aquin.: 158 3, 90 | there is a threefold change intended by the penitent. The ~first 159 Suppl, 8 | punishment, in as much as it is intended as a ~remedy; although sometimes 160 Suppl, 9 | sacramental act which ~is intended for manifestation we generally 161 Suppl, 12| primarily instituted and intended with ~a view to the past, 162 Suppl, 21| man invokes in cursing is intended for the good ~of the one 163 Suppl, 21| and since punishments are intended as remedies, according to 164 Suppl, 24| the excommunication was intended as a medicine.~Aquin.: SMT 165 Suppl, 25| satisfaction, which was intended ~for our good, inasmuch 166 Suppl, 29| to the principal effect intended in the administration of ~ 167 Suppl, 29| action. Now the effect intended in the administration of 168 Suppl, 32| this sacrament, which was intended as a remedy to human weakness, 169 Suppl, 34| purpose for which ~it is intended. Now the communication of 170 Suppl, 40| wear the stole, which is ~intended for the same signification 171 Suppl, 42| institution; that it is fittingly ~intended to fulfill an office of 172 Suppl, 42| instituted before sin, ~not as intended for a remedy.~Aquin.: SMT 173 Suppl, 48| And since that which is intended as the ~result of marriage 174 Suppl, 48| OBJ 4: This evil which is intended is the end not of marriage, 175 Suppl, 49| by the nutritive power is intended by nature, so too is the ~ 176 Suppl, 49| excuse in so ~far as it is intended as a remedy, any more than 177 Suppl, 49| very fact that marriage is intended as an office ~or as a remedy 178 Suppl, 49| the offspring as a good intended by nature. For nature ~intends 179 Suppl, 58| in so far as marriage is intended as a remedy, although it 180 Suppl, 64| use of ~marriage which is intended for the good of the offspring 181 Suppl, 65| those principles are not ~intended to apply to all cases but 182 Suppl, 65| keeping with the due end intended by ~nature, whether through 183 Suppl, 65| the end for which nature intended it, is to act ~against nature, 184 Suppl, 71| punishment of purgatory is intended to supplement the ~satisfaction 185 Suppl, 72| the ~end for which it is intended, and which is given to it 186 Suppl, 77| accomplishment of the work intended, and ~these instruments 187 Suppl, 77| OBJ 2: Further, humors are intended to make up for the waste. 188 Suppl, 77| that which was added was intended to restore what was ~wasted 189 Suppl, 85| of time. For they are not intended to indicate a short ~length 190 Suppl, 94| punishment of purgatory is not intended chiefly to ~torment but 191 Suppl, 96| their fellow-citizens are intended for their ~correction: whereas 192 Suppl, 96| fellow-citizens, are not intended for ~their correction; although 193 Suppl, 96| correction; although they may be intended for the correction and ~ 194 Suppl, 96| Church; for punishments are intended for correction, not only


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