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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | only concerned with the ~obtaining of greater good; but also 2 1, 42 | from the very first, but obtaining it ~after a certain time; 3 1, 42 | from the very first, but obtaining it ~after a certain time; 4 1, 82 | something for the sake ~of obtaining something else: wherefore, 5 2, 5 | account ~of the hope of obtaining Happiness in the life to 6 2, 5 | therefore necessary for obtaining the ~end, just as the right 7 2, 6 | acts we are prevented from obtaining ~it. But because operations 8 2, 16 | the ~object of use to the obtaining of something else." But " 9 2, 16 | regard to the individual, the obtaining of money is the last end; ~ 10 2, 25 | desired only for the sake of obtaining the end.~Aquin.: SMT FS 11 2, 32 | the faculty or power of obtaining ~the pleasurable object. 12 2, 32 | pleasure is caused by one's obtaining one's proper ~good, as stated 13 2, 32 | good pertains not ~to the obtaining but to the spending of one' 14 2, 32 | gives rise ~to the hope of obtaining that which is loved, since 15 2, 36 | long as there is hope of ~obtaining that which is desired. But, 16 2, 40 | denotes the ~possibility of obtaining the future good; on the 17 2, 40 | evil that is in the way of obtaining ~good. Therefore hope is 18 2, 42 | which there is a hope of ~obtaining the desired good; so also 19 2, 57 | these depend on wisdom, as obtaining the highest ~place, and 20 2, 57 | command, viz. prudence, as obtaining the highest place, has ~ 21 2, 78 | avoiding another evil, or obtaining ~another good, as stated 22 2, 81 | of actual sins, and the obtaining of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 103 | goods, and in the means of ~obtaining them - in both of these 24 2, 103 | come; but in the means of obtaining heavenly goods, as in ~things 25 2, 105 | if he is prevented from obtaining something good ~when it 26 2, 113 | from sin is prior to the ~obtaining of justifying grace. Or 27 2, 113 | forgiveness of sin and of obtaining of justice.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 114 | evil, there are two ways of obtaining from God perseverance in 29 2, 1 | further they ~were from obtaining what they hoped for. Hence 30 2, 5 | regard ~to the former, before obtaining the happiness to come, faith 31 2, 12 | that may be useful for the ~obtaining of eternal salvation, for 32 2, 16 | arduous in the hope of ~obtaining something that is within 33 2, 16 | the Divine assistance ~for obtaining happiness.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 17 | 2: Further, even as the obtaining of happiness is an arduous 35 2, 19 | a wayfarer to despair of obtaining that which he had ~no natural 36 2, 19 | no natural capacity for obtaining, or which was not due to 37 2, 19 | Consequently the hope of obtaining happiness may be lacking ~ 38 2, 20 | on ~the Divine power for obtaining what is unbecoming to God, 39 2, 20 | however, with the hope of obtaining pardon ~some time, and with 40 2, 20 | consisting in the hope of obtaining glory without merits, or ~ 41 2, 24 | retain the possibility of ~obtaining everlasting happiness: not 42 2, 24 | that can be ~capable of obtaining happiness, to which the 43 2, 28 | may be an obstacle to his obtaining it. Now a man may ~be hindered 44 2, 28 | man may ~be hindered from obtaining the good he desires, by 45 2, 41 | whatever is a ~means of obtaining salvation more perfectly, 46 2, 45 | there is no fixed ~way of obtaining the end, as stated in Ethic. 47 2, 45 | and has fixed ~means of obtaining that end. And yet, by a 48 2, 45 | uncertainty of the means for obtaining the end, there is ~need 49 2, 45 | concerning the means of obtaining a due end, it is evident 50 2, 45 | devises fitting ~ways of obtaining a good end; and yet it is 51 2, 45 | there are fixed ways of obtaining an ~end, wherefore we observe 52 2, 56 | or from the necessity of obtaining an ~end, when, to wit, a 53 2, 60 | to prevent a person from obtaining a good thing is ~seemingly 54 2, 60 | anyone prevents a man from obtaining a benefice ~or the like, 55 2, 60 | of preventing a man from obtaining a ~benefice. First, justly: 56 2, 60 | prevented in many ways from obtaining it. If, on the ~other hand, 57 2, 60 | another by preventing him from obtaining what ~he was on the way 58 2, 64 | unlawful to prevent others from obtaining possession of common goods. 59 2, 88 | something from them, or of obtaining something through them, 60 2, 98 | maliciously hinders a ~person from obtaining a bishopric or some like 61 2, 98 | use money as a means of obtaining a spiritual thing. But it 62 2, 110 | boaster frequently aims at obtaining glory through ~his boasting, 63 2, 113 | when it is a question of obtaining a certain good, or of ~avoiding 64 2, 116 | far as it is useful for obtaining all sensible things, it ~ 65 2, 127 | mind, than in hoping for or obtaining the greatest ~goods, wherein 66 2, 127 | upon as though it were the ~obtaining of a great good, the former 67 2, 127 | magnanimity in respect of the ~obtaining of good, it follows that 68 2, 127 | neither very ~joyful at obtaining it, nor very grieved at 69 2, 159 | namely the difficulty of obtaining it. In respect of the ~former 70 2, 165 | the sense chiefly used for obtaining knowledge, so that all ~ 71 2, 185 | manual labor is directed to obtaining food, it ~comes under a 72 3, 24 | respect of the manner of obtaining ~this good - that is, by 73 3, 36 | Him they might be ~sure of obtaining from Him the salvation which 74 3, 41 | where there was no means of obtaining food otherwise. And in like 75 3, 49 | the kingdom of heaven by obtaining everlasting beatitude, which ~ 76 3, 62 | certain ~Divine assistance in obtaining the end of the sacrament. 77 3, 62 | received the ~faculty of obtaining glory, which is the ultimate 78 3, 70 | received the ~power of obtaining glory at the allotted time, 79 3, 71 | as he hinders man from ~obtaining glory, is expelled from 80 3, 79 | sacrament is not only the obtaining of habitual grace or charity, ~ 81 3, 84 | etc., that "facility of obtaining pardon is an incentive to 82 3, 85 | amendment, in the hope of obtaining pardon; the fifth, a movement 83 3, 89 | nothing,' refer to the ~obtaining of the kingdom of heaven, 84 Suppl, 25| person is held deserving ~of obtaining such an indulgence. Thus 85 Suppl, 67| not indeed for the sake of obtaining a ~greater good, as was 86 Suppl, 69| Fathers were delayed from obtaining full ~glory of the soul 87 Suppl, 69| Fathers were detained from ~obtaining glory on account of the 88 Suppl, 71| many would be deterred from obtaining suffrages.~Aquin.: SMT XP 89 Suppl, 71| guilt that hinders it from ~obtaining glory. And since, as stated 90 Suppl, 71| life there is no time for obtaining grace.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 91 Suppl, 71| there is no possibility of obtaining or increasing grace, whereas 92 Suppl, 72| are not efficacious ~for obtaining anything.~Aquin.: SMT XP 93 Suppl, 81| is moved for the sake of obtaining some end. But ~glorified 94 Appen1, 1| way, one is ~capable of obtaining. Thus no wise man grieves 95 Appen2, 1| one who ~has charity from obtaining the perfect good, namely


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