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unwavering 2
unweakened 1
unwell 1
unwilling 93
unwillingly 21
unwisdom 4
unwise 9
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93 thinking
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92 apprehend
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unwilling

   Part, Question
1 2, 76 | knowledge does not make that man unwilling, but not willing, ~as stated 2 2, 76 | accidentally, as when a man is unwilling to work hard ~at his studies, 3 2, 84 | characteristic of pride to be unwilling to be subject to any superior, ~ 4 2, 89 | these things he would be unwilling to do anything ~in opposition 5 2, 103 | a Jewish mother; but was unwilling to circumcise Titus, who 6 2, 105 | case of a slave who was unwilling to avail himself of the ~ 7 2, 107 | the contrary, the Law was unwilling that a man should put away 8 2, 109 | so fixed on God as to be unwilling to be parted from ~Him for 9 2, 10 | pride, ~through which man is unwilling to subject his intellect 10 2, 10 | the unbelieving partner is unwilling to abide with the other, 11 2, 11 | faith. First, because he is unwilling to ~assent to Christ: and 12 2, 11 | second time: and if he be unwilling to retract, he ~must be 13 2, 18 | servility is, inasmuch as man is unwilling, by love, to subject his ~ 14 2, 24 | love one with whom we are unwilling to associate. ~But those 15 2, 31 | disturbed, both because if he is unwilling to amend ~his ways of his 16 2, 31 | towards a madman, who is unwilling to ~submit to his treatment; 17 2, 37 | wherefore, since they are unwilling to be controlled by the ~ 18 2, 38 | inordinate will if he were unwilling that others should hide 19 2, 63 | But to impart it to an unwilling subject belongs to those 20 2, 67 | That a man is sometimes unwilling to commit a ~sin in order 21 2, 68 | the former because he is ~unwilling to do good, the latter because 22 2, 76 | money which ~the owner is unwilling to lend without usury.~Aquin.: 23 2, 81 | Chrysostom] says: "The Father is unwilling to hear ~the prayer which 24 2, 81 | the Lord's Prayer while unwilling to forgive his neighbor' 25 2, 85 | and hence the Apostle was unwilling to make use of the ~right 26 2, 85 | they be ~obstinate, and unwilling to pay even if tithes were 27 2, 86 | religious house, if they are unwilling to receive him into ~this 28 2, 87 | himself to danger, if God be unwilling to ~bear witness there and 29 2, 98 | instance if a priest were ~unwilling to baptize a dying child 30 2, 98 | to sin, if the priest be unwilling to baptize without being ~ 31 2, 98 | baptized, and the priest were unwilling to baptize him ~without 32 2, 98 | demand is made of a person unwilling to pay. But if ~the demand 33 2, 98 | to bear ~on those who are unwilling to give, by withholding 34 2, 98 | exacted from ~those who are unwilling but able to pay, if the 35 2, 104 | to repay too soon, is an ~unwilling debtor, and an unwilling 36 2, 104 | unwilling debtor, and an unwilling debtor is ungrateful."~Aquin.: 37 2, 105 | be no repayment in being unwilling ~to owe anything, according 38 2, 105 | man ~anything." Yet "an unwilling debtor is ungrateful," as 39 2, 111 | of Augustine that he was unwilling to possess ~clothes that 40 2, 116 | in them, even if he ~be unwilling to steal. In this way covetousness 41 2, 116 | the love of God, and is unwilling for the sake of riches to 42 2, 117 | the case of those ~who are unwilling to spend their own, lest 43 2, 117 | calls for blame, since he is unwilling to ~accept from others lest 44 2, 130 | to his own opinion, being unwilling to believe one that is better. 45 2, 130 | discord," ~whereby a man is unwilling to give up his own will, 46 2, 133 | the trifle" that ~he is unwilling to spend. Therefore it is 47 2, 160 | confession," whereby a man being unwilling to be ~punished for his 48 2, 160 | God simply through being unwilling to be subject to God and ~ 49 2, 161 | did the devil, who was ~unwilling to be subject to Him, and 50 2, 183 | Now no man sins by being unwilling to forgo better ~things 51 2, 184 | viii, 2), Pythagoras was unwilling to profess to be a wise 52 2, 185 | the ~fact that they are unwilling not only to fulfil, but 53 2, 185 | occupy themselves, who are unwilling to work with ~their body. 54 2, 185 | minded." But the Apostle was unwilling to ~live at the expense 55 2, 185 | their hands, but if they be unwilling, ~who will dare to force 56 2, 185 | Monach. xxv): ~"If they be unwilling to work, neither let them 57 2, 187 | rebuked the ~disciple who was unwilling to follow him forthwith 58 2, 187 | and consult those ~who are unwilling to relish righteousness, 59 3, 10 | apostles ~(Acts 1:7), He was unwilling to reveal it; and, on the 60 3, 21 | Faust. xxvi): "A man, though unwilling, is often angry; though ~ 61 3, 21 | is often angry; though ~unwilling, is sad; though unwilling, 62 3, 21 | unwilling, is sad; though unwilling, sleeps; though unwilling, 63 3, 21 | unwilling, sleeps; though unwilling, hungers ~and thirsts. But 64 3, 42 | knowledge, wherefore he is unwilling to communicate it to ~others. 65 3, 42 | great ~excellence, were unwilling to write anything. For writings 66 3, 42 | Reply OBJ 3: Those who were unwilling to believe what the apostles 67 3, 43 | be hard of heart who are unwilling to believe what is proved ~ 68 3, 46 | Christ's Passion they were unwilling to enter Pilate's ~hall, " 69 3, 47 | takes from someone who is unwilling and unable ~to resist.~Aquin.: 70 3, 64 | Church, that Christ was unwilling to communicate to ministers 71 3, 68 | conferred on ~a man who is unwilling to give up his other sins, 72 3, 68 | be ~given to one who is unwilling to renounce his unbelief. 73 3, 82 | In saying this he was unwilling for a man to be judged by 74 3, 86 | blotted out, which God were ~unwilling to blot out. Secondly, because 75 Suppl, 24| excommunication, a man is unwilling to be ~absolved, he shows 76 Suppl, 37| absolute unbelievers and unwilling to believe; and these must 77 Suppl, 43| exacted from a person who is unwilling to fulfill the promise of 78 Suppl, 47| makes him promise what he is unwilling to fulfill, and thus it 79 Suppl, 47| qualified for the purpose are ~unwilling to accept unless they be 80 Suppl, 52| unbelievers, or if her master be unwilling, supposing her to be a ~ 81 Suppl, 52| wife, though his master be unwilling.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 82 Suppl, 53| even though his ~wife be unwilling, he receives the character 83 Suppl, 59| with his ~wife if she be unwilling to be converted?~(4) Whether 84 Suppl, 59| with his ~wife is she be unwilling to be converted?~Aquin.: 85 Suppl, 59| is an unbeliever and is unwilling to be ~converted, and whom 86 Suppl, 59| cohabit with her when she is unwilling to be ~converted, although 87 Suppl, 59| the case when the wife ~is unwilling to cohabit except on the 88 Suppl, 64| willingly. For when she is unwilling she is passive rather ~than 89 Suppl, 64| husband, even if his wife be unwilling, to take the cross in ~defense 90 Suppl, 65| proportion. For if a superior is unwilling to ~be withstood by his 91 Suppl, 65| precept that as a ~husband is unwilling for his wife to have another 92 Suppl, 66| persons, seeing that they were unwilling to be content with ~one 93 Suppl, 96| Christ. But those who were unwilling to be included or to remain


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