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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 25 | having mercy upon men, He leads them on to the ~participation 2 1, 27 | the order of the doctrine leads us ~to consider firstly, 3 1, 46 | His power. For the world leads more evidently to the ~knowledge 4 1, 55 | prudence which in the lion leads to acts of ~magnanimity, 5 1, 65 | withdraw us from God, but ~leads us to Him. But corporeal 6 1, 47 | His power. For the world leads more evidently to the ~knowledge 7 1, 56 | prudence which in the lion leads to acts of ~magnanimity, 8 1, 66 | withdraw us from God, but ~leads us to Him. But corporeal 9 1, 92 | OBJ 3: Further, an image leads to the knowledge of that 10 1, 105 | of things unknown, ~that leads them to more perfect knowledge." 11 1, 107 | Principalities" signifies "one who leads in a ~sacred order." For 12 1, 113 | and knowledge of another, leads him to marvel at ~what he 13 1, 116 | Wherefore ~anyone who teaches, leads the disciple from things 14 1, 116 | Para. 5/5~Now the master leads the disciple from things 15 2, 6 | perfect knowledge of the end leads to the perfect ~voluntary; 16 2, 6 | imperfect knowledge of the end leads to the imperfect ~voluntary; 17 2, 24 | OBJ 3: Further, whatever leads to sin, has an aspect of 18 2, 25 | connote rest. The third object leads to the ~same conclusion.~ 19 2, 34 | therefore, Divine authority leads to no evil, it seems that 20 2, 39 | virtuous good. For that which ~leads to hell is not a virtuous 21 2, 41 | of Metaphysics. But fear leads to ~flight rather than to 22 2, 43 | of fear. For that which ~leads to a thing is its cause. 23 2, 43 | is its cause. But "fear leads to the love of charity" 24 2, 43 | begins to hope, while hope leads to love, as stated above ( 25 2, 45 | apprehension, hope ~that leads to daring is roused by those 26 2, 53 | habit ~is the road which leads to its corruption, even 27 2, 59 | not ordinate, passion that leads to sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 28 2, 60 | opposite ~passions, for hatred leads to avoidance or dislike, 29 2, 60 | avoidance or dislike, and this leads to ~sorrow. On the other 30 2, 66 | servant of wisdom; for it leads to wisdom, ~preparing the 31 2, 69 | assistance of grace as that which leads to that end, ~according 32 2, 73 | but also from whatever leads to it. And thus it ~is evident 33 2, 73 | speaking ~absolutely, a man who leads a woman to commit fornication 34 2, 87 | the good of virtue, but leads him in the opposite direction. 35 2, 92 | demonstrative sciences, the reason leads us from certain principles 36 2, 92 | law, even by ~punishing, leads men on to being good.~ 37 2, 99 | desire for temporal goods leads ~man away from God: for 38 2, 100 | just as natural reason leads to good morals in certain ~ 39 2, 100 | Affirmation of one thing always leads to the denial of its ~opposite: 40 2, 109 | Div. Nom. iv) that ~"God leads everything to love of Himself." 41 2, 109 | that God, of His own mercy, leads us to everlasting life."~ 42 2, 114 | that we may know that God leads us to life everlasting of ~ 43 2, 114 | consequently ~what is ordained and leads to this end; and these fall 44 2, 4 | emulous," says that hope ~"leads on to faith." Now hope is 45 2, 11 | matters, the denial of which leads to the ~corruption of some 46 2, 15 | to sleep, because this ~leads to his having better phantasms 47 2, 16 | Tract. ix), so too, ~hope leads to charity, in as much as 48 2, 19 | the contrary, That which leads men to sin, seems not only 49 2, 19 | love of those ~pleasures leads man to have a distaste for 50 2, 22 | and not truly, because it leads us ~away from the final 51 2, 23 | prim. canon. Joan.): "Fear leads to charity," and of a ~gloss 52 2, 23 | perfection to which the way leads."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 53 2, 24 | Divine providence; hence this leads us ~to be friends, not with 54 2, 25 | s sake, ~if, to wit, he leads us astray from God, according 55 2, 26 | says on Mt. 1:1, and ~"fear leads to charity," according to 56 2, 31 | because the dishonor of one leads to the dishonor of others, 57 2, 33 | some spiritual good which leads to God, else it would be 58 2, 37 | by salutary admonitions leads back to the unity of the 59 2, 43 | the means whereby wisdom leads to ~peace. For when a man, 60 2, 51 | imprudence. Therefore imprudence leads a man to ~fall or to be 61 2, 51 | act 1, sc. 1) that ~"love leads to war, and likewise to 62 2, 56 | operations: thus sexual ~lust leads to adultery, and overmuch 63 2, 56 | and overmuch love of money leads to theft. ~Therefore justice 64 2, 58 | in as much as experience leads ~to certainty which is contrary 65 2, 58 | Christ. i, 27) that "he leads ~a godly and just life who 66 2, 66 | their own wickedness that leads them ~to defame and disparage 67 2, 72 | Hence to do anything that leads to a disposition ~for enmity 68 2, 76 | exist, and this evidently leads to ~inequality which is 69 2, 80 | a ~twofold consideration leads him thereto. The one is 70 2, 87 | witness invoked, unless it leads to an evil result, as stated.~ 71 2, 87 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, an oath leads to an evil result through 72 2, 93 | disposition of the body leads to the formation of a movement 73 2, 96 | falsely, for his own part he ~leads him into sin. Therefore 74 2, 111 | strengthened by God: and yet ~this leads one to belittle oneself, 75 2, 125 | Wherefore daring which leads one to act quickly is so 76 2, 147 | and to the end to which it leads. ~Accordingly a particular 77 2, 151 | that "as pride of ~mind leads to the depravity of lust, 78 2, 152 | Further, every mortal sin leads to eternal perdition. But 79 2, 154 | more dangerous, since it leads a ~man to a greater sin, 80 2, 154 | which incontinence of desire leads. Therefore incontinence ~ 81 2, 154 | more grievous, because it leads to things ~that are harmful 82 2, 155 | lacking the human feeling that leads one man to love ~another.~~ 83 2, 159 | disposition of humility leads to ~certain outward signs 84 2, 167 | the use of things, for it leads ~not only wickedly to abuse 85 2, 168 | result of pride, which ~leads many to transgress the precepts 86 2, 169 | premises are necessary always leads to a necessary ~conclusion, 87 2, 171 | intensity of its application ~leads to abstraction from the 88 2, 183 | inordinate affection, which leads them either ~to accumulate 89 2, 184 | frequent repetition of a sin ~leads dispositively to contempt, 90 2, 186 | unity of peace. Now study ~leads to dissent: wherefore different 91 2, 186 | puffeth up," and consequently leads to dissent, according to 92 2, 187 | charity, but sometimes leads to the loss of charity, 93 2, 187 | for it is His spirit "that leads" man "into the land ~of 94 3, 1 | the mercy of God, which leads us to ~glory. Nevertheless, 95 3, 7 | Himself, but inasmuch as it leads others to a share of His ~ 96 3, 24 | 2: Further, the exemplar leads us to knowledge of the exemplate. 97 3, 38 | do penance, which penance leads men on to "the remission ~ 98 3, 39 | in Joan.), "He gradually leads them to the ~knowledge of 99 3, 60 | senses) by its very nature leads to the ~knowledge of something 100 3, 71 | Instruction is manifold. one leads to the embracing of the ~ 101 3, 84 | it is sinful, because it ~leads to despair, as the Apostle 102 Suppl, 1 | humbled, when contrition leads him to ~give up his mind. 103 Suppl, 53| a simple vow ~sometimes leads to scandal since it is at 104 Suppl, 72| in ~so far, to wit, as it leads to that which is according 105 Suppl, 83| removal of the principle which leads to corruption, and in ~this 106 Suppl, 83| the ~withdrawal of death leads to the increase of punishments 107 Suppl, 83| the passion of the soul leads to the body being changed 108 Suppl, 89| God except as an ~effect leads to the knowledge of its 109 Suppl, 89| Wherefore this likeness leads to the object directly: ~


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