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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | understood ~anything, we turn ourselves to understand 2 1, 18 | ship-designing; and this in its turn rules the art that is only ~ 3 1, 22 | and ~whose will cannot turn in the direction of evil.~ 4 1, 23 | providence in regard to those who turn aside from that end. Hence ~ 5 1, 23 | him who, I ~foresee, will turn to Me with his whole heart." 6 1, 58 | it, for that would be to turn to darkness and ~to night; 7 1, 62 | they need grace in order to turn to God?~(3) Were they created 8 1, 62 | needs grace in order to turn to God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 9 1, 62 | need of grace in order to turn to God. For, we have no 10 1, 62 | not need grace in order to turn to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 11 1, 62 | difficult task for the angel to turn to God; because there was ~ 12 1, 62 | need of ~grace in order to turn to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 13 1, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to turn oneself to God is to dispose 14 1, 62 | it is said (Zach. 1:3): "Turn ye to Me, and I will turn 15 1, 62 | Turn ye to Me, and I will turn to you." ~But we do not 16 1, 62 | angel did not ~need grace to turn to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 62 | needed no grace in order to turn to God, it ~would follow 18 1, 62 | need of grace in order to turn to ~God, as the object of 19 1, 62 | natural for the angel to turn to God. Therefore he did 20 1, 62 | or for him to wish to turn away from good precisely 21 1, 63 | natural for the angel to turn to God by the movement ~ 22 1, 63 | natural being. But for ~him to turn to God as the object of 23 1, 63 | so much the less can he ~turn away from God by sinning. 24 1, 65 | immediately, and in its turn produced another, and so 25 1, 59 | it, for that would be to turn to darkness and ~to night; 26 1, 63 | they need grace in order to turn to God?~(3) Were they created 27 1, 63 | needs grace in order to turn to God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 28 1, 63 | need of grace in order to turn to God. For, we have no 29 1, 63 | not need grace in order to turn to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 30 1, 63 | difficult task for the angel to turn to God; because there was ~ 31 1, 63 | need of ~grace in order to turn to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 32 1, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to turn oneself to God is to dispose 33 1, 63 | it is said (Zach. 1:3): "Turn ye to Me, and I will turn 34 1, 63 | Turn ye to Me, and I will turn to you." ~But we do not 35 1, 63 | angel did not ~need grace to turn to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 36 1, 63 | needed no grace in order to turn to God, it ~would follow 37 1, 63 | need of grace in order to turn to ~God, as the object of 38 1, 63 | natural for the angel to turn to God. Therefore he did 39 1, 63 | or for him to wish to turn away from good precisely 40 1, 64 | natural for the angel to turn to God by the movement ~ 41 1, 64 | natural being. But for ~him to turn to God as the object of 42 1, 64 | so much the less can he ~turn away from God by sinning. 43 1, 66 | immediately, and in its turn produced another, and so 44 1, 78 | that thing anew, we ~must turn to the active intellect, 45 1, 82 | whithersoever He will He shall turn it" ~and (Phil. 2:13): " 46 1, 83 | understand, and that it needs to turn (to the active ~intellect) 47 1, 83 | by them it is aroused to turn to the "active intelligence" ~ 48 1, 83 | in one of the senses can turn to the ~active intelligence, 49 1, 83 | object, it must of necessity turn to the phantasms in order 50 1, 83 | need for the intellect to turn to the ~phantasms whenever 51 1, 83 | these things, we need to turn to phantasms of ~bodies, 52 1, 85 | to understand, needs to turn to the phantasms in ~which 53 1, 88 | wanting to which it may turn.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 54 1, 92 | nature that enables it to turn to God. ~Now the mind may 55 1, 92 | to God. ~Now the mind may turn towards an object in two 56 1, 92 | thereby it can furthermore turn ~to God, as appears from 57 1, 93 | Essence of God can willingly turn away from God, which means 58 1, 99 | goodness, wherefrom no one ~can turn away, since nothing is desired 59 1, 105 | things, for one thing to turn to another, corresponds ~ 60 1, 105 | the highest angel can turn to the lowest passing over 61 1, 110 | whithersoever He will He shall turn it."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] 62 2, 1 | last end of man. But some ~turn away from the unchangeable 63 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 1: Those who sin turn from that in which their 64 2, 1 | consists: but they do not turn away from the intention 65 2, 3 | since he can ~always easily turn to it, and since he ordains 66 2, 5 | free-will, with which he ~can turn to God, that He may make 67 2, 6 | whithersoever He will He shall turn it." But if this ~were by 68 2, 23 | or difficult, it makes us turn from it; and this pertains 69 2, 24 | in like manner, if they turn ~away from that which is 70 2, 27 | pleasure is caused, in ~its turn, by another preceding love; 71 2, 31 | virtuous, hence it is that they turn aside to seek those of the 72 2, 37 | tooth-ache, I was not able to turn ~over in my mind other things 73 2, 37 | hindered, so that it cannot turn aside either this way or ~ 74 2, 44 | who are in ~fear of death turn pale" (Ethic. iv, 9). But 75 2, 61 | reason dictates, lest he ~turn back; and to this end there 76 2, 71 | do or not do: and that we turn aside so as not to do what 77 2, 72 | disordered by sin as to ~turn away from its last end, 78 2, 72 | apart as regards what ~they "turn away from," not as regards 79 2, 72 | not as regards what they "turn to," viz. the ~object which 80 2, 73 | from that to which they ~turn, it is evident that, in 81 2, 73 | to which it is proper to turn to God, and to turn away 82 2, 73 | proper to turn to God, and to turn away from Him; whereas ~ 83 2, 73 | which it chiefly belongs to turn to goods of the body; so 84 2, 73 | circumstance. Therefore one may turn ~aside from the rule of 85 2, 74 | and consequently does ~not turn away from them. Now every 86 2, 74 | Nevertheless the ~lower reason may turn away from the eternal types, 87 2, 74 | venial sin, it does not turn away from ~the eternal law: 88 2, 76 | Now the will does not ~turn to that which is not known, 89 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 3: The will cannot turn to that which is absolutely 90 2, 77 | of passion, do not easily turn their imagination away from ~ 91 2, 77 | belongs to the reason to turn to God, or to turn away ~ 92 2, 77 | reason to turn to God, or to turn away ~from Him, which is 93 2, 77 | its ~free-will, so as to turn away from God, or turn to 94 2, 77 | to turn away from God, or turn to Him. If, however, the ~ 95 2, 79 | destruction, if He did not turn their blindness to ~their 96 2, 87 | Therefore whatever sins turn man away from God, so as 97 2, 89 | by saying (Zach. 1:3): "Turn ye to Me . . . and I will 98 2, 89 | ye to Me . . . and I will turn to you."~ 99 2, 100 | written (Is. 58:13): "If thou ~turn away thy foot from the Sabbath, 100 2, 100 | according to Ps. 33:15: "Turn ~away from evil, and do 101 2, 101 | 6): "If you . . . shall ~turn away from following Me, 102 2, 102 | Rabbi Moses that men shall ~turn away their eyes from such 103 2, 105 | which vices ~above all turn men into tyrants. Hence 104 2, 109 | is written (Zach. 1:3): ~"Turn ye to Me . . . and I will 105 2, 109 | ye to Me . . . and I will turn to you." Now to prepare 106 2, 109 | is ~nothing more than to turn to God. Therefore it seems 107 2, 109 | and thus man is ~bidden to turn himself to God. But free-will 108 2, 113 | that "so ought man to ~turn to God as he is ever made 109 2, 113 | Septuagint): "Thou wilt turn us, O God, and bring us 110 2, 113 | according to Ps. 33:15: "Turn away from ~evil, and do 111 2, 114 | 18:24): "If the just man turn ~himself away from his justice 112 2, 2 | Vulg.: 'thy right'] ~cheek, turn to him also the other"; 113 2, 3 | faith is ~false, or so as to turn others away from the faith; 114 2, 10 | opposed to charity, which turn away from the Sovereign ~ 115 2, 10 | they have known it, ~to turn back." Now the heathens 116 2, 10 | Dt. 7:4): "For she will turn away thy son from following 117 2, 12 | faith, then he seems to turn away from God ~altogether: 118 2, 12 | after they had known it, to turn back."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 119 2, 15 | dreamer who might wish to turn them away from their faith 120 2, 16 | It is in this way that we turn to the saints, ~and that 121 2, 18 | in so far as it makes us ~turn, so to speak, to God or 122 2, 18 | 2/2~Accordingly if a man turn to God and adhere to Him, 123 2, 19 | sinner, or ~that He does not turn sinners to Himself by sanctifying 124 2, 19 | from God, must necessarily turn to ~other things. Other 125 2, 19 | for if it were possible to turn to a mutable good, ~even 126 2, 19 | unless by a great effort he turn his thoughts away from ~ 127 2, 20 | repentant, or that He does not turn sinners to repentance, so ~ 128 2, 23 | matter. ~For God does not turn away from man, more than 129 2, 31 | or ~hinder, oppress, or turn away from the faith, others 130 2, 50 | doubt, for ~they simply turn to God; and this is to take 131 2, 51 | what to do, we can only turn our eyes to God," according 132 2, 62 | wicked, but ~that the wicked turn from his way and live." 133 2, 63 | since they have no one to ~turn to for relief.~Aquin.: SMT 134 2, 66 | he had begun he seems to turn ~his back [tergum vertere].~ 135 2, 70 | thee on thy right cheek, turn to him also ~the other" [* 136 2, 77 | a gloss on Ps. 33:15, "Turn away from evil and do good," ~ 137 2, 77 | says: "The former," i.e. to turn away from evil, "avoids 138 2, 81 | that will answer thee, and turn to some of the saints."~ 139 2, 92 | Jerome on Gal. 4:9, "How turn you again to ~the weak and 140 2, 95 | what to do, we can only turn our eyes to Thee." But if 141 2, 98 | for burial, in ~order to turn it into a sepulchre: even 142 2, 98 | received, this would sometimes turn to the profit of those ~ 143 2, 99 | thou spurn thy ~mother, turn not aside, but with dry 144 2, 104 | remittest sins to those that turn to Thee?" And ~farther on 145 2, 104 | sometimes a slave does a good turn to his master. ~Therefore 146 2, 104 | by repaying the favor, turn to his ~benefactor according 147 2, 104 | gives him something his turn, as it ~were. But the latter 148 2, 104 | for the favor which in his turn ~the former has conferred 149 2, 105 | he should be inclined ~to turn his ungratefulness into 150 2, 109 | conduct they seek, not to ~turn men to God, but to draw 151 2, 146 | in ~gluttony be found to turn man away from the last end, 152 2, 146 | from wine, that I might turn my mind in wisdom." Secondly, 153 2, 147 | from wine, that I might turn my mind to ~wisdom." Therefore 154 2, 166 | through having a happy ~turn* of mind, whereby he gives 155 2, 166 | words and deeds a cheerful turn: and ~inasmuch as this virtue 156 2, 166 | derived from {trepein} = 'to ~turn'].~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] 157 2, 172 | Isaias, who made the sun ~to turn back (Is. 38:8), than by 158 2, 173 | human intellect does ~not turn to intelligible objects 159 2, 173 | vision that the soul will turn ~towards phantasms and sensible 160 2, 180 | is useful for the soul to turn from the ~contemplative 161 2, 184 | in such a way as not to turn back. ~Wherefore He says 162 2, 186 | thee on the ~right cheek, turn to him also the other," 163 2, 186 | from wine, that I might turn my mind to wisdom and might 164 2, 187 | after ~they have known it to turn back," and Lk. 9:62, "No 165 2, 187 | is a person accounted to turn or to look back, save ~when 166 2, 187 | person thus enticed may ~turn back on finding himself 167 2, 187 | is not of God that some turn back; since not ~all that 168 2, 187 | desires, Who warns us to turn aside from the rough paths 169 3, 11 | of man on earth needs to ~turn to phantasms, because it 170 3, 42 | if by sinning openly they turn the authority of their years ~ 171 3, 45 | others in their ~proper turn. Consequently, as Chrysostom 172 3, 62 | is written (Gal. 4:9): "Turn you again to the weak ~and 173 3, 80 | the mire. Nor does this turn to any indignity regarding 174 3, 83 | ridiculous for the priest to turn round ~frequently towards 175 3, 83 | Five times does the priest turn round towards the people, ~ 176 3, 84 | Who can tell if God will turn and forgive, and will turn 177 3, 84 | turn and forgive, and will turn away ~from His fierce anger, 178 3, 86 | whithersoever He will He ~shall turn it."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] 179 3, 86 | will to be so changed as to turn ~to God and to renounce 180 3, 86 | connected in so far as they turn ~towards a mutable good, 181 3, 86 | connected in so far as they turn ~away from the immutable 182 3, 88 | 18:24): "If the just man turn ~himself away from his justice, 183 3, 89 | 18:24): "If the just man turn ~himself away from his justice . . . 184 Suppl, 2 | for sins, inasmuch as they turn us ~away from God, because 185 Suppl, 2 | different ways in which they ~turn us to creatures.~Aquin.: 186 Suppl, 18| man come ~to despair and turn away altogether from repentance.~ 187 Suppl, 23| lay a snare which might turn to one's ~own hurt, it seems 188 Suppl, 72| that will answer thee, and turn to some of the saints." 189 Suppl, 72| wish to pray God, we should turn ~to the saints, that they 190 Suppl, 86| there is nothing in them to turn away their judgment from ~ 191 Suppl, 96| after they have known it, to turn ~back from that holy commandment 192 Suppl, 96| after they have known it, to turn back." ~Moreover it is clear


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