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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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directing

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | effect is ~knowledge as directing it, whereby the form of 2 1, 23 | existing in the intellect ~directing the ordering of some things 3 1, 25 | intellect and wisdom as directing; what is attributed ~to 4 1, 73 | creating new ~creatures, but by directing and moving His creatures 5 1, 72 | creating new ~creatures, but by directing and moving His creatures 6 1, 78 | executing ~movement, but as directing towards it; and this belongs 7 1, 95 | office of ~governing and directing free men, can be called 8 1, 95 | master of a free subject, by directing him either ~towards his 9 1, 95 | always find one at the head directing them. ~Secondly, if one 10 1, 102 | of impression from God, ~directing them to their end; as the 11 1, 102 | government is nothing but ~the directing of the things governed to 12 1, 104 | the ~community belongs the directing of his subjects to the common 13 2, 1 | nature to tend to ~an end, as directing [agens] and leading itself 14 2, 3 | the practical intellect directing human actions and passions, 15 2, 16 | mover; to the reason, as ~directing; and to the other powers 16 2, 17 | to action arises from the directing ~reason; wherefore his impulse 17 2, 17 | than the ~act of the reason directing, with a certain motion, 18 2, 18 | can again be taken by the directing reason, as the principal ~ 19 2, 56 | proceeds from the reason as directing, from ~the will as moving, 20 2, 57 | as regards ~his reason in directing him and his appetite in 21 2, 59 | appetitive part of the soul by ~directing it to good as defined by 22 2, 60 | relations to reason, the directing power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 23 2, 61 | virtues. For ~prudence is the directing principle of the other moral 24 2, 62 | and charity are virtues directing us to God. Therefore they ~ 25 2, 68 | added for the purpose of directing fear. Therefore ~the seven 26 2, 68 | corresponding to wisdom as their ~directing principle; on the part of 27 2, 69 | and counsel as to their directing ~principles: whereas they 28 2, 69 | are ~the works of virtues directing man in his relations to 29 2, 70 | wisdom and of any gifts ~directing to good, are reduced to 30 2, 74 | is the act of reason as directing the other ~powers. Now in 31 2, 74 | belongs only to the act of directing the other ~powers, is always 32 2, 74 | sometimes in respect of its directing ~human actions. Now it is 33 2, 74 | when the reason fails in ~directing the internal passions, sin 34 2, 74 | as also ~when it fails in directing external actions. Now it 35 2, 74 | fails, in two ways, ~in directing internal passions: first, 36 2, 74 | higher reason fails in ~directing them according to the eternal 37 2, 74 | in the higher reason as directing the ~lower powers?~Aquin.: 38 2, 74 | in the higher ~reason as directing the lower powers, i.e. as 39 2, 74 | consults it by judging and ~directing other things according to 40 2, 90 | in all other matters the directing of anything to the end ~ 41 2, 91 | above (Q[90], A[2]). But the directing of human acts to their end ~ 42 2, 91 | it was necessary ~for the directing of human conduct to have 43 2, 91 | wisdom to little ones," by ~directing man to an end supernatural 44 2, 92 | given for the purpose of ~directing human acts; as far as human 45 2, 93 | type of Divine ~Wisdom, as directing all actions and movements.~ 46 2, 93 | denotes a kind ~of plan directing acts towards an end. Now 47 2, 96 | made for the purpose of directing individual actions; whereas 48 2, 96 | happens most frequently, by directing his attention ~to the common 49 2, 98 | which end law effects by directing ~external actions, as regards 50 2, 99 | man is for the ~purpose of directing human actions. Now human 51 2, 100 | proper function consists in directing the human community. Wherefore ~ 52 2, 100 | not include any ~precepts directing man in his relations to 53 2, 100 | true ~self-love consists in directing oneself to God. And for 54 2, 102 | sacrifice represented the directing of the mind ~to God, to 55 2, 104 | precepts are not so called from directing man as to his neighbor.~ 56 2, 104 | precepts are not so called from directing man as to his neighbor.~ 57 2, 104 | the art, as it were, of directing or ~ordering the life of 58 2, 105 | peaceful, ~and hostile: and in directing both kinds of relation the 59 2, 106 | disposing us thereto, or by ~directing us to the use thereof. Thus 60 2, 108 | commandments of the decalogue ~directing man to God and his neighbor. 61 2, 113 | charity imply a special directing of the human ~mind to God 62 2, 8 | natural reason, which is ~the directing principle in matters of 63 2, 15 | given also some precepts directing him to learn.~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 18 | philosophers, but also as directing human conduct; since this 65 2, 25 | the blessed consists in directing their minds to God, ~wherefore 66 2, 30 | virtue as commanding it and directing it to this ~other virtue' 67 2, 39 | the act of another sin, by directing it to ~its own end. This 68 2, 43 | of Divine ~things or in directing human affairs according 69 2, 50 | not as eliciting but as directing mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 70 2, 51 | defect in an act of ~the directing reason, which defect belongs 71 2, 51 | through contempt of the ~directing rule; and this is what is 72 2, 56 | justice does not aim at directing an act ~of the cognitive 73 2, 56 | change through that ~virtue directing its act to some higher end 74 2, 56 | another species of justice directing one man to another in matters ~ 75 2, 56 | should be a domestic justice directing man to the ~common good 76 2, 56 | steal it. Accordingly the directing of operations in ~so far 77 2, 78 | friendship" is understood as directing our ~external conduct towards 78 2, 79 | virtues which it ~commands, directing them to the honor of God, 79 2, 86 | is nothing else than a ~directing of the thing promised to 80 2, 86 | made. Hence a vow is a directing of the thing vowed to the 81 2, 93 | ascribed to chance, or to some directing spiritual cause. If we ~ 82 2, 120 | immediately after the precepts ~directing us to God, a place is given 83 2, 120 | is given to the precept directing us to our ~parents, who 84 2, 138 | virtues, with a view to directing the ~mind to God. For this 85 2, 178 | reason. This is done by ~directing all the soul's operations 86 2, 180 | considered as quieting and directing the internal passions of ~ 87 3, 8 | governs them exteriorly, directing their ~actions to an end. 88 Suppl, 32| action; the first is the directing principle, namely, the ~ 89 Suppl, 49| includes besides this ~the directing of the child to God. Wherefore 90 Suppl, 51| intention is effective only as directing the material element to ~ 91 Suppl, 71| communication of charity, or to the directing of one's ~intention to another 92 Suppl, 71| pertaining to charity or to the directing of the intention, and these ~ 93 Suppl, 92| inherent to the soul, and directing it to the operation in ~ 94 Suppl, 93| or again of wisdom, as directing it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96]


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