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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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turns

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Reply OBJ 2: This objection turns upon proportionate measure 2 1, 62 | But the angel naturally turns to God: because he loves 3 1, 62 | 1 ~OBJ 2: Further, grace turns the rational creature towards 4 1, 63 | But the angel naturally turns to God: because he loves 5 1, 63 | 1 ~OBJ 2: Further, grace turns the rational creature towards 6 1, 84 | 7]). And forasmuch as it turns to the phantasms, ~composition 7 1, 88 | corporeal ~(phantasms), the soul turns at once to the superior 8 1, 88 | of the intellect when ~it turns to them to consider the 9 1, 92 | soul according as the ~soul turns to God, or possesses a nature 10 1, 105 | enlightens the other to whom he turns, as was ~above explained ( 11 1, 105 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: An angel turns voluntarily to enlighten 12 1, 106 | another. Now when the mind turns ~itself to the actual consideration 13 2, 1 | Div. Nom. iv) that "God turns all things ~to Himself as 14 2, 10 | necessarily: unless one turns one's eyes ~away; which 15 2, 21 | action is right: but when it turns aside from ~that rectitude, 16 2, 21 | every voluntary action that turns ~aside from the order of 17 2, 45 | fear, is daring: since fear turns away from the ~future hurt, 18 2, 45 | fears it; whereas ~daring turns on threatened danger because 19 2, 45 | directly the good which it turns away from, while ~fear regards 20 2, 45 | sometimes the difficulty ~turns out to be less than they 21 2, 68 | of Job's sons, that ~by turns they fed one another." Now 22 2, 72 | matters, he who, by ~sinning, turns away from his last end, 23 2, 72 | specified by that from which it turns away, ~because in this respect 24 2, 72 | but by that to ~which it turns, in so far as sin is an 25 2, 73 | regards the thing to which ~it turns and which causes the distinction 26 2, 73 | regards that from which sin turns away, in as much as ~man, 27 2, 73 | proper object to which it turns, ~and which is some appetible 28 2, 73 | rather from that which it turns ~away from. Therefore the 29 2, 73 | From the very fact that man turns unduly to some mutable ~ 30 2, 73 | good, it follows that he turns away from the immutable 31 2, 73 | those things to which ~man turns.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 32 2, 73 | the object to ~which it turns. Therefore they do not add 33 2, 74 | movements of concupiscence, turns his ~thoughts away from 34 2, 77 | that to which ~the sinner turns. But the gravity of a sin 35 2, 77 | part of ~that from which he turns, which results accidentally 36 2, 79 | whereas God inclines and turns ~all things to Himself as 37 2, 79 | medicine for him. Therefore God turns blindness to ~the profit 38 2, 79 | Evang. ~iii). Therefore God turns all blindness to the spiritual 39 2, 84 | lacks order in so far as it turns away from God, for in ~this 40 2, 86 | mutable things, to which it turns by sinning. Therefore it ~ 41 2, 87 | God. But ~in so far as sin turns inordinately to something, 42 2, 87 | as regards the ~thing it turns to; wherefore, in this respect, 43 2, 88 | term, from that very fact turns ~away from the opposite. 44 2, 88 | good, and, ~consequently turns away from the immutable 45 2, 88 | sin generically venial, ~turns aside from some particular 46 2, 89 | sin of omission, unless it turns to God as soon as possible. ~ 47 2, 109 | Div. Nom. iv) that ~"God turns all to Himself." But He 48 2, 109 | turned to God, ~when God turns it, according to Jer. 31: 49 2, 109 | on account of the various turns of circumstances, and ~because 50 2, 113 | simultaneously detests sin and ~turns to God, even as a body approaches 51 2, 1 | act of choice, ~whereby it turns voluntarily to one side 52 2, 10 | thing ~to which the sinner turns is the formal object of 53 2, 10 | that to which unbelief ~turns, is the false opinion that 54 2, 12 | apostasy from the faith, a man turns away ~from God, so does 55 2, 18 | the evils he fears, he turns to God and adheres to Him. 56 2, 18 | regards a punishment which turns man away from ~God, and 57 2, 18 | to the same whether man turns away from God ~through fear 58 2, 20 | unbecoming to it, for thus man turns ~away from God's power.~ 59 2, 23 | such a way, that if the man turns ~away from God, he no longer 60 2, 23 | from man, more than man turns away from Him: ~wherefore 61 2, 24 | them, but with God, Who turns their perverse ~intention 62 2, 28 | sanctifying grace, ~for it turns man away from his due end 63 2, 28 | accident, as ~when something turns out ill, whereas we hoped 64 2, 29 | mutual relationship: it turns the inferior to the ~superior 65 2, 31 | when a heretic secretly turns other men away ~from the 66 2, 32 | fornication for instance, a man turns away ~from God, not directly, 67 2, 41 | because ~mortal sin alone turns man away from God. Now scandal 68 2, 43 | knowledge." Now whoever turns away from his due end, must 69 2, 53 | mortal sin, because he turns away from God by so doing, 70 2, 58 | estimate of things, and turns ~neither to this side nor 71 2, 58 | doubtful point ~for the best, turns to one side. Therefore this 72 2, 71 | the thing to which the sin turns, whereas the gravity of 73 2, 71 | sin ~depends on what it turns away from.~Aquin.: SMT SS 74 2, 73 | very much harm: because it turns men away from good ~deeds, 75 2, 104 | answer that, Every effect turns naturally to its cause; 76 2, 104 | Div. Nom. i) that "God turns all things to Himself ~because 77 2, 116 | charity, inasmuch as a man ~turns away from the Divine good 78 2, 121 | occupied, just as a door turns upon a hinge ~[cardine]. 79 2, 123 | Further, every mortal sin turns the heart wholly from God. 80 2, 123 | speaks of the fear that turns man aside from a ~good that 81 2, 146 | inasmuch as concupiscence turns man away ~from his due end. 82 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 2: In so far as it turns man away from his last end, 83 2, 156 | towards which his appetite turns as to ~a mutable good.~Aquin.: 84 2, 160 | because in other sins ~man turns away from God, either through 85 2, 165 | to something useful, but turns ~man away from some useful 86 2, 170 | a comparison ~naturally turns to those things of which 87 2, 173 | which it ~recollects when it turns to the phantasms. And so 88 2, 180 | the zeal for souls a ~man turns to the occupations of the 89 2, 183 | good work) "he forthwith turns this object of praise into 90 2, 185 | able, they should do so by turns, not only ~so that the others 91 2, 186 | for ~carnal vice." For it turns the mind away from lustful 92 2, 187 | inordinately to temporal goods man turns away from the immutable 93 3, 11 | is the act of a body, and turns ~to phantasms, which cannot 94 3, 18 | manner, the will as nature turns from what is against nature 95 3, 86 | s grace, which sometimes turns men even ~"into the depths 96 3, 86 | in so far as mortal sin turns away ~from the immutable 97 3, 86 | in so far as mortal sin turns inordinately to a mutable 98 3, 86 | punishment. Wherefore, if man ~turns inordinately to a mutable 99 3, 86 | Reply OBJ 1: Mortal sin both turns away from God and turns 100 3, 86 | turns away from God and turns to a created ~good. But, 101 3, 86 | Mortal sin, in so far as it turns inordinately to a ~mutable 102 3, 86 | And so too, He sometimes turns the heart of man with such ~ 103 3, 88 | Gallorum ii]): "When he that turns away from ~Christ, comes 104 3, 88 | all mortal sins, since man turns away from God by every mortal 105 Suppl, 3 | pleasing: wherefore sin, which turns us away from the ~last end, 106 Suppl, 3 | Although each mortal sin turns us away from God and ~deprives 107 Suppl, 6 | of the ~thing to which it turns, in which respect the sinner 108 Suppl, 93| exaltation: ~whereas he who turns that exaltation to the profit


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