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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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thinking

   Part, Question
1 1, 11 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Some, thinking that the "one" convertible 2 1, 11 | worshipped ~many deities, thinking as they did that the planets 3 1, 13 | according to our mode of thinking ~to external effects are 4 1, 23 | previous to the act of thinking. Wherefore it cannot be 5 1, 32 | the notions, ~knowing or thinking that consequences against 6 1, 39 | but only in our way of ~thinking; while as referred to an 7 1, 39 | God differ in our way of thinking, ~it follows that something 8 1, 46 | to ~unbelievers to laugh, thinking that on such grounds we 9 1, 53 | of Syria, ~without ever thinking of Italy, which stands between 10 1, 39 | but only in our way of ~thinking; while as referred to an 11 1, 39 | God differ in our way of thinking, ~it follows that something 12 1, 47 | to ~unbelievers to laugh, thinking that on such grounds we 13 1, 54 | of Syria, ~without ever thinking of Italy, which stands between 14 1, 78 | which we are not actually thinking. But this cannot happen 15 1, 78 | understand when actually thinking; ~and by will I mean that 16 1, 89 | also, the ~Manichaeans, thinking that God was corporeal light, 17 1, 113 | imagination, which whether thinking or ~dreaming, takes the 18 2, 1 | deliberation, sometimes ~not even thinking of what he is doing; for 19 2, 1 | One need not always be thinking of the last end, whenever ~ 20 2, 1 | road one needs not to be ~thinking of the end at every step.~ 21 2, 6 | whom he wishes ~to kill, thinking at the time that he is killing 22 2, 6 | killed him in ~ignorance, thinking to kill a stag. And ignorance 23 2, 15 | judgment on ~the fact of thinking or not thinking, considered 24 2, 15 | fact of thinking or not thinking, considered as an action; 25 2, 15 | in so far as the act of ~thinking is considered as ordained 26 2, 32 | when we take ~pleasure in thinking of or looking at certain 27 2, 42 | future evil is diminished by thinking about ~it beforehand. Secondly, 28 2, 44 | is an act of reason, in thinking and ~deliberating about 29 2, 48 | 1]); in another way, by thinking of it ~continually, for 30 2, 48 | angry man takes pleasure in thinking much about ~vengeance. This 31 2, 57 | for they are both in ~the thinking part of the soul, and about 32 2, 74 | Accordingly a man who is thinking of fornication, ~may delight 33 2, 74 | a man has a ~purpose in thinking of it; for instance, he 34 2, 74 | Para. 2/2~But that a man in thinking of fornication takes pleasure 35 2, 102 | altars ornate and high, thinking that there was something 36 2, 108 | another way they erred by thinking that certain things which 37 2, 109 | only understand truth by thinking, as ~is clear from Augustine ( 38 2, 109 | broadly, so as ~to call thinking and willing movements, as 39 2, 2 | without research." Therefore thinking has no place in the act ~ 40 2, 2 | whereby we understand when thinking." Secondly, "to think" is ~ 41 2, 2 | be understood without any thinking on the part ~of God, for 42 2, 2 | without any ~such kind of thinking, as when a man considers 43 2, 15 | bound to be ~always actually thinking about the Law, but that 44 2, 23 | habitually, viz. by neither thinking nor ~desiring anything contrary 45 2, 30 | give thereof to the poor, thinking that they are fulfilling 46 2, 31 | there is no presumption in ~thinking oneself better in some respect, 47 2, 35 | holds to his own ~way of thinking, and departs from that of 48 2, 53 | regards the process of ~thinking them out, and this belongs 49 2, 53 | to craftiness, even as ~thinking out right ways to a due 50 2, 58 | suspicion denotes ~evil thinking based on slight indications, 51 2, 58 | err frequently ~through thinking well of a wicked man, than 52 2, 58 | falsely, our judgment in thinking well of another pertains 53 2, 62 | have killed themselves thinking to act from fortitude), ~ 54 2, 68 | true; ~and then if after thinking over the matter with due 55 2, 69 | unjust cause unknowingly, thinking ~it just, he is to be excused 56 2, 92 | latter were of three ways of thinking. For some deemed certain 57 2, 96 | Supposing a man ~to swear, thinking that what he swears to is 58 2, 96 | that ~swears to a falsehood thinking it true is not so much of 59 2, 96 | that swears to the truth thinking it false. For Augustine 60 2, 108 | since that speaks the truth, thinking it to be false, lies, according 61 2, 108 | one says what is false, ~thinking it to be true, it is false 62 2, 150 | Hence it was not through thinking this a ~sin, that he offered 63 2, 150 | life, which consists in ~thinking "on the things of God" [ 64 2, 152 | in speaking and therefore thinking about such things ~while 65 2, 152 | is more apt to arise from thinking ~about carnal sins with 66 2, 159 | S. 10, C[1]]): ~"Are you thinking of raising the great fabric 67 2, 176 | the ~weak be deceived into thinking such deeds to imply greater 68 2, 178 | alone," and consists in thinking of corporeal things. The ~ 69 2, 186 | ad Bonifac.), "Beware of ~thinking that none of those can please 70 2, 187 | entering religion, without thinking of ~being free to leave, 71 3, 2 | but only in our way of thinking, inasmuch it is called " 72 3, 2 | some more recent masters, thinking to avoid these heresies, 73 3, 2 | but only in our way ~of thinking, since it does not arise 74 3, 2 | except only in our way of thinking; but in the human nature, 75 3, 2 | but only in our way of ~thinking, for God is said to be united 76 3, 11 | considered all ~things actually, thinking over one after another, 77 3, 15 | bore up more ~bravely by thinking of the Divine love. But 78 3, 18 | gnome}, i.e. opinion, ~thinking or cogitation, and {proairesis}, 79 3, 35 | according ~to our way of thinking, as we have said in the 80 3, 55 | Passion, and out of joy was thinking of nothing great, ~although 81 3, 64 | they say or do, through thinking of something else. Therefore 82 3, 78 | have fallen into error in thinking that Christ's ~body and 83 3, 80 | speaking and ~therefore thinking about such things." Consequently 84 Suppl, 2 | and yet the very act of thinking, in so far as it is subject 85 Suppl, 3 | includes the purpose of thinking of ~each sin; and in this 86 Suppl, 10| knowledge of another's wife, thinking her his own. Now forgetfulness 87 Suppl, 46| woman admit her betrothed, thinking that he wishes ~to consummate 88 Suppl, 51| one were to baptize John, thinking ~to baptize Peter, John 89 Suppl, 51| father with an iron rod thinking it to be of wood, ~he is 90 Suppl, 51| were to strike his father, thinking to strike his son to correct 91 Suppl, 52| slave marry a bondswoman, thinking her to be ~free, the marriage 92 Suppl, 66| man who marries a ~woman, thinking her to be a virgin, whereas 93 Suppl, 71| this ~life without baptism, thinking that this would profit them:


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