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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | exists; and therefore we choose someone to love, and so 2 1, 42 | for as ~a free agent can choose the form it gives to the 3 1, 42 | Q[41], A[2]), so it can choose the time in which to produce 4 1, 46 | Whatever bygone day we choose, from it to the present 5 1, 59 | act of free-will is to choose. But there can be no choice 6 1, 62 | free-will for man to be ~able to choose good or evil. But the freedom 7 1, 62 | which ever ~alternative they choose, that is not sinful.~Aquin.: 8 1, 62 | free-will to be able to choose between opposite things, 9 1, 62 | defect of liberty for it to ~choose anything by turning away 10 1, 63 | mind, ~so as to lead him to choose what was impossible by failing 11 1, 63 | deliberation in order to choose and consent, and vocal speech 12 1, 42 | for as ~a free agent can choose the form it gives to the 13 1, 42 | Q[41], A[2]), so it can choose the time in which to produce 14 1, 47 | Whatever bygone day we choose, from it to the present 15 1, 60 | act of free-will is to choose. But there can be no choice 16 1, 63 | free-will for man to be ~able to choose good or evil. But the freedom 17 1, 63 | which ever ~alternative they choose, that is not sinful.~Aquin.: 18 1, 63 | free-will to be able to choose between opposite things, 19 1, 63 | defect of liberty for it to ~choose anything by turning away 20 1, 64 | mind, ~so as to lead him to choose what was impossible by failing 21 1, 64 | deliberation in order to choose and consent, and vocal speech 22 1, 81 | reason of our being ~able to choose this or that. But choice 23 1, 82 | disposition a man is inclined to choose or reject ~something. But 24 1, 82 | function of free-will is to choose. But ~choice seems to belong 25 1, 82 | free-will is that by ~which we choose. Therefore free-will is 26 1, 82 | another; ~and this is to choose. Therefore we must consider 27 1, 82 | desired for itself. But to "choose" is to desire something 28 1, 82 | same power to will and to choose: and on ~this account the 29 2, 13 | There are three of them: to choose, to consent, and to use. 30 2, 13 | irrational animals are able to choose. For ~choice "is the desire 31 2, 13 | irrational animals are able to choose.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 32 2, 13 | animals are not competent to choose.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 33 2, 13 | 12) that "virtue makes us choose aright; but ~it is not the 34 2, 13 | would have no right to choose. Likewise, whenever we speak 35 2, 13 | concerned, ~whether one choose that which is impossible 36 2, 13 | unable to ~accomplish what we choose: so that this proves to 37 2, 13 | try to do a thing is to choose to do it. But the ~Blessed 38 2, 13 | eligible), it is ~impossible to choose any of the others. Therefore 39 2, 13 | answer that, Man does not choose of necessity. And this is 40 2, 13 | why ~it is possible not to choose, or to choose, may be gathered 41 2, 13 | possible not to choose, or to choose, may be gathered from a ~ 42 2, 16 | that the will consents to choose, and consents to consent, 43 2, 53 | virtue ~makes a man ready to choose the mean in deeds and passions. 44 2, 58 | but no virtue ~makes us choose aright, save that which 45 2, 58 | the principle whereby we choose, is that habit alone which ~ 46 2, 58 | choosing, i.e. making us choose well. Now in order that 47 2, 71 | will, e.g. to will or to choose, or as being commanded by 48 2, 74 | whose function it is to choose: for the act of moral ~virtue 49 2, 78 | in this case anyone would choose to ~obtain a good intended 50 2, 78 | the two set before him to choose from, he prefers ~sinning 51 2, 78 | the habit of a vice, may choose ~evil, which is to sin through 52 2, 78 | through the passion, to choose ~what he would not choose, 53 2, 78 | choose ~what he would not choose, were it not for the passion. 54 2, 85 | iron, nor does the workman choose this in the iron, indeed 55 2, 85 | nature: indeed nature would choose an incorruptible ~matter 56 2, 88 | excuse, for his will seems to choose to give way to ~drunkenness 57 2, 97 | allowing ~such a people to choose their own magistrates for 58 2, 102 | the Lord your God shall ~choose . . . and you shall offer . . . 59 2, 105 | people have the right ~to choose their rulers.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 105 | the Lord thy ~God shall choose."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 61 2, 105 | which the Lord thy God shall choose; and ~thou shalt come to 62 2, 109 | evil; that which he shall choose shall be given him." But ~ 63 2, 109 | is still in his power to ~choose good or evil; and thus man 64 2, 10 | not ~believe just as we choose. Whom did Christ compel?' 65 2, 23 | the act of which is to choose. For choice is of things ~ 66 2, 25 | we are free to do as we choose, for instance in ~matters 67 2, 38 | such a need, one were to ~choose to refrain from fighting.~ 68 2, 45 | belongs to ~prudence "to choose wisely." But choice is an 69 2, 52 | man is one who fails to choose [nec eligens]": and the 70 2, 61 | dilectus.] it suffices ~to choose a good man, and it is not 71 2, 61 | is not requisite that one choose the better ~man. But it 72 2, 61 | of respect of persons to choose one who ~is less good for 73 2, 67 | binding than that which we ~choose for ourselves. Now according 74 2, 79 | words 'reeligere,' i.e. to choose over again, and 'negligere,' 75 2, 85 | the place which He shall choose." And ~there were yet other 76 2, 91 | Mass, wrote: "I wish you to choose carefully whatever you ~ 77 2, 97 | Macc. 5:19): "God did not choose the people for the place' 78 2, 108 | 4: Further, one ought to choose the lesser evil in order 79 2, 134 | wherefore it would never choose to suffer them ~for their 80 2, 135 | though it is in its power to choose this: for it is ~often in 81 2, 135 | is ~often in our power to choose yet not to accomplish.~Aquin.: 82 2, 152 | frequently discuss ~matters, choose this rather than that, consenting 83 2, 153 | soul, whose act it is to choose; and that is ~the will, 84 2, 154 | as he deems that he must choose this particular thing now): ~ 85 2, 179 | Serm. civ, 1): ~"Let them choose for themselves the better 86 2, 182 | without hesitation I should choose the former." Again in the 87 2, 182 | such place as he shall choose fitting." And Jerome says ( 88 2, 183 | says ~that "it suffices to choose a good man, nor is it necessary 89 2, 183 | nor is it necessary to choose the ~better man."~Aquin.: 90 2, 183 | it is required that he choose such a one ~as will dispense 91 2, 183 | Consequently he who has to choose or appoint one for a bishop 92 2, 183 | 1:22-25, "What I ~shall choose I know not, but I am straitened 93 2, 187 | or from "re-eligere" [to choose again], as Augustine ~says ( 94 2, 187 | parents or guardians, if they choose, can at once ~declare the 95 3, 1 | morals lax, He was pleased to choose Abraham as a standard of 96 3, 18 | to refuse the evil and to choose the good," which ~is an 97 3, 18 | belongs even to God Himself to choose, ~according to Eph. 1:4: " 98 3, 18 | we judge to be done, we choose, after ~the inquiry of counsel, 99 3, 18 | even as to ~the blessed, to choose with a free-will confirmed 100 3, 18 | friendship is "to will and choose the same." Therefore ~the 101 3, 18 | will as reason may ~at time choose these things in relation 102 3, 18 | the will as reason may choose for the sake of health. 103 3, 29 | is disparaged: nor did He choose that our faith in His Birth ~ 104 3, 34 | and consequently ~they choose at once. From this it is 105 3, 34 | about all things, He could ~choose at once in an instant.~Aquin.: 106 3, 35 | Bethlehem, so also did he choose ~Jerusalem to set up his 107 3, 35 | becoming that He should choose Bethlehem ~for His Birthplace 108 3, 36 | inasmuch as He came 'to choose ~the foolish things that 109 3, 40 | For this reason did He choose a poor maid for His ~Mother, 110 3, 44 | hurt on the owner, if He ~choose to make use of His own creature 111 3, 45 | fitting that He should choose men and not angels as witnesses.~ 112 3, 46 | Not without purpose did He choose this class ~of death, that 113 3, 46 | have been superfluous to choose the greatest of all pains.~ 114 3, 66 | this reason did Christ ~choose to be baptized by John ( 115 3, 80 | OBJ 2: Further, one must choose the lesser of two evils. 116 Suppl, 8 | Cap. Ne pro dilatione) to choose a priest for ~their confessor; 117 Suppl, 8 | so that he should rather choose a layman and confess to 118 Suppl, 41| And so it is too that some choose the married ~life and some 119 Suppl, 43| matters one ~should always choose the safer course. Now the 120 Suppl, 75| the wise man should always choose the shortest way. Now ~the 121 Suppl, 75| Who is supremely wise will choose this way for those who shall 122 Suppl, 81| instant the ~will shall choose, at that same instant the 123 Suppl, 84| not counted. Hence we may choose a ~middle way, by holding


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