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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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thoughts

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | who are to ~direct their thoughts and actions to the end. 2 1, 10 | of the Word, no changing thoughts exist in the Saints," as ~ 3 1, 12 | contingent things, and of secret thoughts; for this ~knowledge belongs 4 1, 12 | other singulars, ~their thoughts and their deeds does not 5 1, 12 | says (De Trin. xvi): "Our thoughts will not ~be unstable, going 6 1, 14 | marrow, and is a discerner of thoughts and intents of the heart; 7 1, 14 | For God knows even the thoughts ~and affections of hearts, 8 1, 14 | written: "The Lord knoweth the thoughts of men" ~(Ps. 93:11). But 9 1, 14 | things are contained in the thoughts of men. ~Therefore God knows 10 1, 21 | thing is, or is not, our thoughts or our words about it are 11 1, 57 | Whether they know secret thoughts?~(5) Whether they know all 12 1, 57 | Whether angels know secret thoughts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 13 1, 57 | that the angels know secret thoughts. For Gregory ~(Moral. xviii), 14 1, 57 | seems that he can see the thoughts of both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 57 | that an angel can know the thoughts of the intellect.~Aquin.: 16 1, 57 | Para. 2/2~In another way thoughts can be known as they are 17 1, 57 | God alone can know the ~thoughts of hearts and affections 18 1, 57 | an angel cannot learn the thoughts of another angel, which 19 1, 58 | just as in heaven "our thoughts will not be fleeting, ~going 20 1, 58 | Whether they know secret thoughts?~(5) Whether they know all 21 1, 58 | Whether angels know secret thoughts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 22 1, 58 | that the angels know secret thoughts. For Gregory ~(Moral. xviii), 23 1, 58 | seems that he can see the thoughts of both.~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 58 | that an angel can know the thoughts of the intellect.~Aquin.: 25 1, 58 | Para. 2/2~In another way thoughts can be known as they are 26 1, 58 | God alone can know the ~thoughts of hearts and affections 27 1, 58 | an angel cannot learn the thoughts of another angel, which 28 1, 59 | just as in heaven "our thoughts will not be fleeting, ~going 29 1, 93 | the first man; such as the thoughts of men, ~future contingent 30 1, 93 | ignorant of other men's ~thoughts, and of future contingent 31 1, 93 | contingencies, or as regards secret thoughts, man in the primitive state ~ 32 1, 110 | devil does ~not send wicked thoughts, but kindles them." Damascene, 33 1, 110 | introduce and kindle ~good thoughts. But this could only be 34 1, 110 | 2: The demon cannot put thoughts in our minds by causing 35 1, 110 | is called the kindler of thoughts, inasmuch ~as he incites 36 1, 110 | accomplished within. But good ~thoughts are attributed to a higher 37 1, 112 | written (Wis. 9:14): "The thoughts of mortal men are fearful, 38 1, 113 | xlix): "Not all our ~evil thoughts are stirred up by the devil, 39 1, 116 | angels, by making their thoughts known to ~them; but concerning 40 1, 116 | make known to ~angels the thoughts of their hearts: because 41 2, 1 | whatever, even though one's thoughts be not actually directed ~ 42 2, 19 | above your ways, and My thoughts above your thoughts." If ~ 43 2, 19 | and My thoughts above your thoughts." If ~therefore goodness 44 2, 25 | for "words are signs ~of thoughts," as the Philosopher states ( 45 2, 44 | to take counsel, but his thoughts are so disturbed, that ~ 46 2, 48 | less does a man ~show his thoughts. But the Philosopher says ( 47 2, 55 | instance ~by having evil thoughts about a virtue, e.g. by 48 2, 57 | written (Wis. 9:14): "The thoughts ~of mortal men are fearful, 49 2, 61 | world, and directs all the thoughts ~of the soul to God alone: 50 2, 74 | instance by turning his ~thoughts to other things. Yet while 51 2, 74 | while he is turning his thoughts to ~something else, an inordinate 52 2, 74 | concupiscence, turns his ~thoughts away from carnal pleasures, 53 2, 74 | to ask pardon for such thoughts also, and we should strike 54 2, 77 | i), "words ~express the thoughts of the mind." Now it often 55 2, 77 | away, by turning to other thoughts, or ~it can prevent it from 56 2, 80 | lxxxii): "Not all our ~evil thoughts are incited by the devil; 57 2, 91 | according to Wis. 9:14: "The thoughts of mortal men are ~fearful, 58 2, 93 | which man expresses his thoughts mentally. So then in God ~ 59 2, 100 | in vain": the third, to thoughts; because the ~sanctification 60 2, 100 | coveting, which regard our thoughts, are unsuitably ~placed 61 2, 102 | and all his hair, i.e. his thoughts. The tip of the right ear 62 2, 102 | their body, i.e. ~all evil thoughts. They should, moreover, 63 2, 102 | recollection of God in ~their thoughts; and this was signified 64 2, 102 | their ~eyes, i.e. in their thoughts. The violet-colored fillets 65 2, 109 | according to Wis. 9:14: "For the thoughts of mortal men are ~fearful 66 2, 2 | whether it consist in a ~man's thoughts, or in outward persecution, 67 2, 19 | great effort he turn his thoughts away from ~sadness.~ 68 2, 24 | because they find there good thoughts in the present, the memory 69 2, 50 | the result is that "the thoughts of ~mortal men are fearful, 70 2, 53 | this world is to hide one's thoughts by artifice, to conceal 71 2, 63 | but by destroying evil thoughts, for a man is ~accursed 72 2, 63 | member as by curbing ~one's thoughts."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 73 2, 65 | according to Rm. 2:15, "Their thoughts between themselves ~accusing, 74 2, 87 | the future, nor ~secret thoughts, nor distant things: and 75 2, 89 | in order to tell him our thoughts which are unknown to him. ~ 76 2, 89 | indeed to make ~known our thoughts to Him Who is the searcher 77 2, 93 | which have occupied a ~man's thoughts and affections while awake 78 2, 110 | Extol not thyself in the thoughts of thy soul," ~says: "This 79 2, 143 | that "wine . . . makes all ~thoughts honest." But the use of 80 2, 143 | intoxicated, "the wine makes his thoughts ~honest" according to his 81 2, 144 | sin of ~pride pierces the thoughts of the abstainer," so that 82 2, 152 | pollution ensues after thoughts about carnal acts, though 83 2, 152 | traces left by his previous thoughts and ~phantasms presented 84 2, 156 | vengeance, and with such like thoughts fills his mind, ~according 85 2, 164 | it follows that man's ~thoughts are concerned about things 86 2, 169 | like manner ~the secret thoughts of one man are manifested 87 2, 169 | distinguish fully whether ~his thoughts are conceived of Divine 88 2, 172 | in accordance with the thoughts of Saul and the bystanders 89 2, 185 | be ~led astray by wicked thoughts." But in so far as manual 90 2, 186 | the mind away from lustful thoughts, and tames ~the flesh on 91 3, 3 | there will remain in our thoughts ~the one Personality of 92 3, 8 | lxxxii): "Not ~all our wicked thoughts are always raised up by 93 3, 10 | whatever time, ~and the thoughts of men, of which He is the 94 3, 27 | that which ~might be in the thoughts of others.~Aquin.: SMT TP 95 3, 60 | are able to express our thoughts with greater distinctness 96 3, 66 | of faith may purify the ~thoughts of his heart, and strengthen 97 3, 80 | intemperance, or of bad ~thoughts, for the most part such 98 3, 80 | cause, such as previous thoughts. At other times they arise 99 3, 80 | like fashion previous evil thoughts can sometimes be without 100 3, 80 | concupiscence and delectation, the ~thoughts will not be unclean but 101 3, 80 | defilement can come of ~such thoughts, as is clear from the authority 102 3, 80 | At ~other times such thoughts come of concupiscence and 103 3, 80 | mortal in the case of evil ~thoughts on account of the proneness 104 3, 80 | when this arises from evil thoughts, but not when it arises ~ 105 Suppl, 6 | words must agree with ~his thoughts, so that his words accuse 106 Suppl, 6 | fear which he holds in his thoughts.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[4] 107 Suppl, 7 | words what one has ~in one's thoughts is a condition of virtue; 108 Suppl, 32| from the heart come ~forth thoughts . . . that defile a man" ( 109 Suppl, 58| a man conjures from his thoughts, and because, ~owing to 110 Suppl, 58| shapes such as he has in his ~thoughts become apparent to the senses, 111 Suppl, 72| alone of Himself knows the thoughts of the heart: yet ~others 112 Suppl, 79| judgment, ~because "our thoughts will not then be unchangeable," 113 Suppl, 79| Augustine, ~that "there our thoughts will not be changeable," 114 Suppl, 79| changeable," refers to the thoughts ~of the intellectual part: 115 Suppl, 84| bear witness to him and his thoughts ~will accuse and defend 116 Suppl, 84| cannot read ~one another's thoughts in matters dependent on 117 Suppl, 84| darkness," says: "Deeds and thoughts both good and evil ~will 118 Suppl, 85| witness to them, and ~their thoughts between themselves accusing 119 Suppl, 95| contrary, Man's most perfect thoughts are those which are about ~


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