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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inclines

   Part, Question
1 1, 59 | intellect. Therefore the angel inclines towards the ~good through 2 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: Every form inclines the subject after the mode 3 1, 60 | intellect. Therefore the angel inclines towards the ~good through 4 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 2: Every form inclines the subject after the mode 5 1, 78 | not ~regard opposites, but inclines to good only. Therefore " 6 1, 82 | But (Ethic. iii, 3) he inclines ~to its being an intellectual 7 1, 105 | showing ~the object. But he inclines the will as something lovable, 8 2, 6 | to it. Now concupiscence ~inclines the will to desire the object 9 2, 10 | that to ~which the passion inclines him.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[10] 10 2, 10 | that whereto the passion inclines it. Consequently, either ~ 11 2, 21 | the ~natural force that inclines them to that end. When therefore 12 2, 26 | is concupiscible passion, inclines many to evil, is ~the reason 13 2, 36 | gravity, then gravity itself inclines towards the lower place 14 2, 38 | friend's death or absence, inclines him to sorrow: whereas ~ 15 2, 38 | whereas ~the present good inclines him to pleasure. Consequently 16 2, 41 | natural, because nature inclines ~thereto. Now this happens 17 2, 41 | to be natural, if nature inclines thereto, though it be accomplished ~ 18 2, 44 | action, in so far as it inclines the will to do that whereby 19 2, 58 | done by moral virtue, which inclines the appetitive ~faculty 20 2, 58 | reason," in so far as it ~inclines man to that which is, according 21 2, 59 | contrary and from whatever inclines to its contrary. Now the 22 2, 65 | moral virtue is a habit that inclines us to do a good ~deed well; 23 2, 77 | because a passion often inclines to ~something contrary to 24 2, 77 | consent to ~what passion inclines us to do, and it is in this 25 2, 77 | sensitive appetite draws or inclines the reason or will, ~as 26 2, 78 | Reply OBJ 3: That which inclines the will to evil, is not 27 2, 79 | as the end: whereas God inclines and turns ~all things to 28 2, 79 | to the effect that "God inclines men's wills to good and 29 2, 79 | understood as meaning that He inclines the will directly to ~good; 30 2, 80 | passion, whatever the passion inclines ~him to, seems good. In 31 2, 82 | considers the habit which inclines a power ~to an act: but 32 2, 82 | original sin, even in one man, inclines to ~various and contrary 33 2, 83 | Original sin, in so far as it inclines to actual sins, ~belongs 34 2, 85 | and the sensitive appetite inclines the ~reason and will, as 35 2, 91 | A[2]). But the "fomes" inclines us, not to the common, but 36 2, 91 | in so far as he directly inclines ~his subjects to something; 37 2, 93 | regards action; since it inclines to actions contrary to the ~ 38 2, 94 | First, because nature inclines thereto: e.g. that one should 39 2, 108 | his nature: since a habit inclines one as a second ~nature. 40 2, 114 | the Divine motion, which ~inclines man to good unto the end. 41 2, 5 | which is a gift of grace, inclines man to believe, ~by giving 42 2, 21 | because the ~act of faith inclines man's mind so that he believes 43 2, 21 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nature inclines us to hope for the good 44 2, 21 | to which ~natural reason inclines us, such as the acts of 45 2, 27 | the same virtuous habit inclines us to love and desire the ~ 46 2, 42 | account of the ~passion that inclines it to earthly things; an 47 2, 58 | justice in so far as justice ~inclines one to judge aright, and 48 2, 67 | do that to which ~nature inclines us, as being of natural 49 2, 67 | things to ~which his nature inclines, not in all cases, but in 50 2, 93 | to evil; because nature ~inclines only to its like. But men 51 2, 104 | Therefore gratitude always inclines, as far as possible, to 52 2, 105 | stated above (Q[106], A[6]), inclines to return ~something more. 53 2, 107 | justice?~(4) Whether it inclines to that which is less?~Aquin.: 54 2, 107 | Whether the virtue of truth inclines rather to that which is 55 2, 107 | Further, that a virtue inclines to the one extreme rather 56 2, 107 | in this way this virtue inclines to what is less. For, as ~ 57 2, 117 | frequently, however, he inclines to intemperance, ~both because 58 2, 122 | chiefly to the virtue which ~inclines thereto, is manifested thereby, 59 2, 122 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Charity inclines one to the act of martyrdom, 60 2, 122 | commanding it, whereas fortitude ~inclines thereto as being its proper 61 2, 125 | opposition to him: and nature inclines ~him to do this except in 62 2, 134 | greater according as it inclines ~man to good more effectively 63 2, 134 | For ~the more his reason inclines to a thing, the more is 64 2, 135 | far as it is concerned, ~inclines one to persevere: yet since 65 2, 139 | pleasures to which nature inclines, according to Ethic. ii, 66 2, 139 | human virtue is ~that which inclines man to something in accordance 67 2, 139 | Now ~temperance evidently inclines man to this, since its very 68 2, 139 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Nature inclines everything to whatever is 69 2, 144 | But abstinence seemingly inclines not to the mean but to ~ 70 2, 153 | of an object. Now nature inclines chiefly ~to those things 71 2, 156 | whose opinion Augustine inclines (De Civ. Dei ix, ~4), anger 72 2, 157 | sweetness of soul which inclines one to ~this belongs to 73 2, 164 | it is that, since nature inclines us. chiefly to fear ~dangers 74 2, 173 | the sensitive ~appetite inclines him; thus Dionysius says ( 75 2, 178 | affective or ~appetitive power inclines to external actions. Therefore 76 Suppl, 7 | reason, in a general way, inclines a man to make ~confession 77 Suppl, 7 | evident that the natural law inclines a man to ~confession, by 78 Suppl, 16| them is entirely good, and inclines ~to good: but their free-will 79 Suppl, 41| natural to which nature ~inclines although it comes to pass 80 Suppl, 41| because natural reason ~inclines thereto in two ways. First, 81 Suppl, 41| Reply OBJ 1: Man's nature inclines to a thing in two ways. 82 Suppl, 41| Accordingly man's nature inclines to matrimony on ~the part 83 Suppl, 41| regards the first reason it ~inclines on the part of the genus; 84 Suppl, 41| even the generic nature inclines.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 85 Suppl, 41| to ~which natural reason inclines is not realized in all things, 86 Suppl, 41| 1~I answer that, Nature inclines to a thing in two ways. 87 Suppl, 41| to all. In another way it inclines to that which is necessary 88 Suppl, 41| in this or that one, it inclines one subject ~more to one 89 Suppl, 41| nature and to which nature inclines, are ~altogether evil; wherefore, 90 Suppl, 42| 1~I answer that, Nature inclines to marriage with a certain 91 Suppl, 42| same grace hinders sin and inclines to ~good, just as the same 92 Suppl, 42| to ~which concupiscence inclines of its outward shamefulness, 93 Suppl, 43| to which natural reason ~inclines us more, though he is not 94 Suppl, 58| matters to which nature inclines there is not required ~such


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