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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intend

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | since all who speak of God intend ~to name God as exercising 2 1, 13 | for ~those who name God intend to signify all this. ~(tm) 3 1, 19 | in these words does not intend to exclude ~election from 4 1, 44 | to these it ~belongs to intend, even while acting, the 5 1, 45 | to these it ~belongs to intend, even while acting, the 6 2, 2 | Hence a captain does not intend as a last end, ~the preservation 7 2, 12 | end?~(3) Whether one can intend two things at the same time?~( 8 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether one can intend two things at the same time?~ 9 2, 12 | would seem that one cannot intend several things at the same ~ 10 2, 12 | Therefore the will cannot intend several things at the same ~ 11 2, 12 | neither is it possible to intend several things at the same 12 2, 12 | two ends: so that one can intend ~several ends at the same 13 2, 12 | been said, that a ~man can intend several things at the same 14 2, 12 | another, thus ~also a man can intend several things at the same 15 2, 12 | that evidently a man can ~intend several things at the same 16 2, 12 | that irrational animals intend the end. For in ~things 17 2, 12 | therefore, do irrational animals intend the end.~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to intend an end belongs to one who 19 2, 12 | acts for an end; ~since to intend is nothing else than to 20 2, 12 | Therefore irrational animals intend an end.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 21 2, 12 | it seems that they do not intend an end.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 22 2, 12 | stated above (A[1]), to intend is to tend to ~something; 23 2, 12 | end by another is said to intend ~the end, thus nature is 24 2, 12 | thus nature is said to intend an end, as being moved to 25 2, 12 | way, irrational ~animals intend an end, inasmuch as they 26 2, 12 | irrational ~animals do not intend an end in this way, which 27 2, 12 | in this way, which is to intend properly and ~principally, 28 2, 19 | will something because we intend a certain end. And ~then 29 2, 21 | will be said to sin, if he intend to produce a ~bad work, 30 2, 70 | 4), the Apostle did not intend to enumerate all the works, 31 2, 79 | be, although he does not intend this principally. Wherefore 32 2, 79 | the invalid, if he did not intend to heal the invalid when 33 2, 92 | But a tyrant does not intend the good of his subjects, ~ 34 2, 102 | pleasure from ~those who intend to sacrifice to God. Leaven 35 2, 104 | would be a deadly sin to intend to observe them thus.~Aquin.: 36 2, 6 | the cause of ~a thing, we intend to assign the cause of that 37 2, 11 | i, ~1). What they really intend is the corruption of the 38 2, 11 | consider what they ~directly intend, and expel them, rather 39 2, 30 | who gives an alms does rot intend to buy a spiritual ~thing 40 2, 35 | intention. ~Hence when several intend a good pertaining to God' 41 2, 38 | intention, so that they intend the advancement of good, 42 2, 39 | ways in which one man may intend to harm another. In one 43 2, 41 | or, if ~he does not so intend, when his deed is of such 44 2, 41 | as when a man does not intend, by his inordinate deed ~ 45 2, 62 | not lawful for a man to intend killing a man in self-defense, 46 2, 66 | whereas in accusation we intend the ~punishment of his crime. 47 2, 70 | even though he did not intend to dishonor the other man: 48 2, 71 | tarnished, and yet he does not intend this, but ~something else. 49 2, 75 | for instance, a man may intend the moderate gain which 50 2, 86 | immediately. ~But if one intend to fulfil it at a certain 51 2, 88 | 3~If, however, he merely intend, through reverence of the 52 2, 88 | when we ~adjure a man we intend to alter his will by appealing 53 2, 95 | wit, ~though he does not intend to test a person, yet that 54 2, 95 | if, though he does not intend to make an experiment on 55 2, 98 | contrary avoided. Hence if one intend this chiefly one ~commits 56 2, 108 | something, yet they do not ~intend to manifest anything: but 57 2, 132 | magnificent man does not intend principally to be lavish ~ 58 2, 132 | belongs to magnificence to ~intend doing some great work. Now 59 2, 145 | most part, and he does not intend the precept to be ~binding 60 2, 145 | Now the ~Church does not intend to command abstinence from 61 2, 154 | perfectly, because he does not intend the due mode of ~vengeance. 62 2, 160 | affectively, since he did not intend it. Accordingly ~he who 63 2, 183 | bishop's office, and by this intend to bind himself not even ~ 64 2, 183 | is unlawful; ~but if he intend to bind himself, so far 65 2, 184 | although he is bound to intend to fulfil ~them: against 66 2, 185 | Consequently that which religious intend chiefly and for ~its own 67 2, 187 | by his vow: so that if he intend to bind ~himself absolutely, 68 2, 187 | impediment; whereas if he intend to bind himself to ~a certain 69 2, 187 | in that ~order; and if he intend to bind himself simply to 70 2, 187 | another; whereas ~if he intend to bind himself only to 71 2, 187 | Accordingly if in vowing he intend to bind himself not only 72 2, 187 | If, on the other hand, he intend to bind himself to enter ~ 73 2, 187 | we learn that we who intend to follow Christ are not ~ 74 3, 15 | similar words, Hilary does not intend to ~exclude the reality 75 3, 60 | purpose, he does not seem to intend to do what the ~Church intends: 76 3, 60 | because he seems not to intend to do what the ~Church does.~ 77 3, 64 | it is necessary that he intend to do that which Christ 78 3, 64 | notwithstanding, he can intend to do what ~the Church does, 79 3, 64 | instance, when a man does not ~intend to confer a sacrament, but 80 3, 64 | for instance, a priest may intend to baptize a ~woman so as 81 3, 67 | rebaptizing: because each would intend to baptize an unbaptized 82 3, 68 | must he, of his own will, intend to lead a new life, the ~ 83 3, 68 | is necessary for him to intend to ~receive that which is 84 3, 68 | concerned, she does not intend to give Baptism save to 85 3, 68 | reason they can be said to intend, not by their own act of ~ 86 3, 74 | unleavened bread do ~not intend to follow the ceremonial 87 3, 78 | The Evangelists did not intend to hand down the forms of ~ 88 3, 80 | perchance the unbeliever were to intend to receive what the Church ~ 89 3, 80 | of all, because he would intend to ~outrage the sacrament, 90 3, 85 | But the ~penitent does not intend this: for his sorrow is 91 Suppl, 43| Reply OBJ 5: James does not intend to forbid altogether the 92 Suppl, 43| second ~contract, since they intend to contract not betrothal 93 Suppl, 48| the contracting parties ~intend as the result of marriage. 94 Suppl, 48| instance if in baptism one intend not the healing of ~the 95 Suppl, 49| act, apparently does not intend any of the marriage goods, 96 Suppl, 49| fornication, does not seemingly intend any of the marriage goods. 97 Suppl, 49| is not evil in itself to intend to keep oneself ~in good 98 Suppl, 49| intention becomes evil, if one intend health by ~means of something 99 Suppl, 51| the character, provided he intend to receive what the ~Church 100 Suppl, 51| the marriage; but if she intend directly to ~consent to 101 Suppl, 71| damned, nor does the Church ~intend to pray for them, as appears


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