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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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execution

    Part, Question
1 1, 22 | and disposition; and the ~execution of order, which is termed 2 1, 22 | towards an end; and the execution of this ~order, which is 3 1, 23 | above (Q[22], A[1]). But the execution of providence which is ~ 4 1, 23 | in the divine mind. The execution, however, of this order 5 1, 23 | but actively in God. The execution of ~predestination is the 6 1, 23 | the ~predestined. But its execution, which passes out to external 7 1, 25 | a principle putting into execution ~what the will commands, 8 1, 25 | according as it carries into execution ~the command of a just will, 9 1, 80 | sensitive appetite subject in execution, which ~is accomplished 10 1, 82 | said "not to be his" in the execution of his ~choice, wherein 11 1, 99 | righteousness, but to the execution of the act thereof.~Aquin.: 12 1, 102 | providence itself; and the execution of ~the design. As to the 13 1, 102 | immediately; whereas in its execution, He governs some things 14 1, 107 | whose names denote the execution of the work, the "Principalities," ~" 15 1, 107 | A[6] Body Para. 5/7~The execution of the angelic ministrations 16 1, 107 | Divine ~things. Now in the execution of any action there are 17 1, 107 | ministrations), are the first in the execution thereof; "for the good of ~ 18 1, 107 | inferior spirits in the execution of the Divine ~ministrations. 19 1, 107 | distinction of grades, and the execution of their offices. The ~distinction 20 1, 107 | preceding merit. As to the execution of the angelic ~offices, 21 1, 111 | creature; which is part of the execution of the ~Divine ministry. 22 1, 112 | of angels belongs to the ~execution of Divine providence concerning 23 2, 1 | be last in the order of execution, yet it ~is first in the 24 2, 1 | intention and the order ~of execution: and in either of these 25 2, 1 | hand, the principle in execution is that wherein operation 26 2, 1 | while the ~principle in execution is the first of the things 27 2, 6 | commanded by it, and put into execution by means of some other ~ 28 2, 8 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: In the execution of a work, the means are 29 2, 11 | achieving an end by way ~of execution, as that by which a heavy 30 2, 14 | but comes afterwards into execution. Hence the inquiry of counsel 31 2, 16 | executive power, on the contrary execution comes last. Therefore use 32 2, 16 | follows after ~choice, except execution. But use, since it belongs 33 2, 16 | belongs to the will, precedes ~execution. Therefore it precedes choice 34 2, 16 | motion of the will to the execution of the work, ~precedes execution, 35 2, 16 | execution of the work, ~precedes execution, but follows choice. And 36 2, 16 | stands between choice and execution.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[16] A[ 37 2, 17 | moves (the power) to the execution of the act.~Aquin.: SMT 38 2, 18 | OBJ 2: The end is last in execution; but first in the intention 39 2, 20 | so far as ~it is in the execution of the action done, it is 40 2, 20 | inasmuch as it is found in the execution of the action, it ~is an 41 2, 20 | follows in ~the order of execution.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 42 2, 25 | but last in the order of execution. If, therefore, we compare ~ 43 2, 25 | evident that in the order of execution, ~the irascible passions 44 2, 25 | but last in the order of execution. Consequently the ~order 45 2, 25 | intention or in the order of execution. In the order of execution, 46 2, 25 | execution. In the order of execution, the ~first place belongs 47 2, 25 | in order of generation or execution, proportion or aptitude ~ 48 2, 25 | intention, and the order of execution or generation. The ~principal 49 2, 25 | passions; or in the order of execution or generation, ~and thus 50 2, 29 | Reply OBJ 3: In the order of execution, the turning away from one 51 2, 29 | intention than to that of execution. Wherefore love ~precedes 52 2, 31 | other, according to the execution, and this belongs to the 53 2, 31 | delights, the movement of execution ceases, by which the tends ~ 54 2, 44 | those who are ~being led to execution. Therefore fear does not 55 2, 48 | sensitive powers for ~the execution of its act, the acts of 56 2, 57 | judgment ~is sound, while his execution is wrong. The matter does 57 2, 59 | take the passions in the execution of reason's ~command.~Aquin.: 58 2, 59 | reason, it helps towards the execution of reason's command.~Aquin.: 59 2, 65 | whatever is necessary for their execution: thus animals are provided 60 2, 70 | goodness." Secondly, as to the execution of well-doing; and to this ~ 61 2, 77 | disabled or hindered in the execution of its proper ~action, through 62 2, 84 | order, of intention, and of execution. In the former order, the 63 2, 84 | other hand, in the order of execution, the first place belongs 64 2, 89 | us, to the fact that the execution of the act of ~reason is 65 2, 95 | have ~been better for the execution of justice to be entrusted 66 2, 97 | that which he carries into execution. But it is evident that 67 2, 99 | OBJ 2: Judgment denotes execution of justice, by an application 68 2, 100 | But justification is the execution of justice. Therefore ~the 69 2, 100 | although in the order of execution, vices ~should be uprooted 70 2, 100 | stands first in the order of ~execution, yet its prohibition holds 71 2, 100 | is nothing else than the execution of justice. Now justice, ~ 72 2, 100 | justification we understand the execution of ~justice, thus all the 73 2, 100 | takes justification for the execution of ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 104 | since a judgment is an execution of the virtue of justice. 75 2, 29 | since beneficence is the execution of goodwill. ~Therefore 76 2, 48 | For this reason also the execution of ~justice in so far as 77 2, 48 | rather to the king, and execution to his subjects, regnative ~ 78 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The execution of military service belongs 79 2, 52 | laziness denote slowness of execution, ~yet so that idleness denotes 80 2, 52 | slowness in setting about the execution, ~while laziness denotes 81 2, 52 | denotes remissness in the execution itself. Hence it is ~becoming 82 2, 52 | negligence, even as the execution of a just deed is ~the effect 83 2, 53 | regard to their actual ~execution, and in this way it belongs 84 2, 53 | guile denotes a ~certain execution of craftiness, and accordingly 85 2, 53 | too is guile which is the execution of ~craftiness.~Aquin.: 86 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The execution of craftiness with the purpose 87 2, 53 | guile" consists in the execution of craftiness, ~so also 88 2, 53 | belongs in general to the execution of craftiness, whether this 89 2, 53 | belongs more properly to ~the execution of craftiness by deeds.~ 90 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The execution of craftiness may be carried 91 2, 53 | another ~vice, just as the execution of prudence by the virtues: 92 2, 54 | Now craftiness, as to its execution, is ~committed chiefly in 93 2, 54 | precepts forbidding the ~execution of craftiness, in so far 94 2, 54 | injustice in the same way as the execution of craftiness, and ~so they 95 2, 54 | justice ~pertain to the execution of prudence, even as the 96 2, 54 | fraudulent selling pertain to the execution of ~craftiness.~ 97 2, 56 | belongs to him, by way of ~execution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 98 2, 67 | whence he ~would be led to execution. But he may not resist those 99 2, 81 | corresponds with the order, not of execution, but of desire or ~intention, 100 2, 87 | does not signify here the execution of justice, ~but the judgment 101 2, 102 | in matters touching the execution ~of the duties of his service, 102 2, 116 | may be considered in the execution [effectu]. In this ~way 103 2, 118 | interpretation, but of execution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[120] A[ 104 2, 119 | 11). Now ~direction and execution extend to the same matter. 105 2, 121 | in ~intention, is last in execution. Now the act of fortitude, 106 2, 121 | fortitude, in the order ~of execution, follows the habit of fortitude. 107 2, 126 | mind," so as to combine execution with greatness of purpose. 108 2, 156 | judgment of reason in the execution of the act, does not ~destroy 109 2, 156 | reason ~be interrupted in the execution of what reason has deliberated: 110 2, 156 | conducive to the more prompt ~execution [*Cf. FS, Q[24], A[3]] of 111 2, 183 | bodily presence from the execution of his office, ~except perhaps 112 3, 13 | omnipotence as regards the execution of His own will?~Aquin.: 113 3, 13 | omnipotence as regards the execution of ~His will?~Aquin.: SMT 114 3, 13 | omnipotence as ~regards the execution of His own will. For it 115 3, 39 | in intention and last in execution." Therefore ~He should have 116 3, 59 | suitable to consider the execution of the Last Judgment ~when 117 Suppl, 11| to ~sentence him. Now the execution of justice falls under a 118 Suppl, 28| imposed secretly. It is the execution of the ~penance, that goes 119 Suppl, 36| safe to ~induce him to an execution of his Order, as long as 120 Suppl, 52| because it prevents ~the free execution of that act; and again as 121 Suppl, 72| conflagration would seem to be the ~execution of the sentence of Divine 122 Suppl, 72| of Divine judgment. Now execution follows ~judgment. Therefore 123 Suppl, 73| executes, and the ease of execution, ~when he adds "bidding," 124 Suppl, 73| a kind of cause of that execution, in so far as others are ~ 125 Suppl, 81| sensation, and for the ~execution of all the other operations


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