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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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direction

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | determinate end under the ~direction of a higher agent, whatever 2 1, 22 | corporeal things in a circular direction. The third providence, over ~ 3 1, 22 | will cannot turn in the direction of evil.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 23 | God. ~The reason of that direction pre-exists in God; as in 5 1, 23 | the type ~of the aforesaid direction of a rational creature towards 6 1, 24 | from predestination, which direction never fails, and from grace; ~ 7 1, 24 | for eternal life. ~This direction fails sometimes; because 8 1, 62 | itself, can be moved in any direction; ~but is hindered from so 9 1, 67 | indifferent as ~regards direction, working equally in a circle 10 1, 63 | itself, can be moved in any direction; ~but is hindered from so 11 1, 68 | indifferent as ~regards direction, working equally in a circle 12 1, 93 | as was necessary for the direction ~of human life in that state. 13 1, 93 | are not necessary for the direction of ~human life, were not 14 1, 95 | brought to Adam, under the direction of the angels, ~to receive 15 1, 104 | of ~water in a downward direction; for it is owing to the 16 2, 3 | then the consideration and direction of his actions and passions ~ 17 2, 12 | several termini in the same direction of ~one movement. Therefore 18 2, 12 | movement and in the same direction; but not unless they be ~ 19 2, 14 | act of the reason giving direction as to the means, and ~the 20 2, 14 | according to the reason's ~direction, are ordained to one another. 21 2, 17 | will is not due to ~the direction of the reason but to the 22 2, 44 | inward movement has an upward direction: ~wherefore the vital spirits 23 2, 44 | vital spirits in an upward direction through the mouth: the result 24 2, 58 | as they are all under the direction of prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 59 | are subject to reason's direction ~and moderation. Now reason 26 2, 60 | virtue. Because just ~as the direction of moral actions belongs 27 2, 60 | appetite does not receive the direction of reason univocally so ~ 28 2, 60 | objects made appetible by the direction of ~reason belong to various 29 2, 69 | which the gifts have the direction, as, e.g. mourning in respect 30 2, 74 | object; ~but it exercises the direction of all the objects of those 31 2, 74 | objects comes also under the direction of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 32 2, 74 | mortal sins, in so far as the direction of the higher reason fails 33 2, 75 | then, the will lacking the direction ~of the rule of reason and 34 2, 75 | results from the lack of direction in the will.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 87 | leads him in the opposite direction. Therefore ~sin is not the 36 2, 90 | so far as he shares ~the direction that he receives from one 37 2, 91 | end. Accordingly the first direction of our acts ~to their end 38 2, 91 | Therefore man was left to the direction of his ~reason. But a dictate 39 2, 91 | man to have any further direction of ~the part of his reason, 40 2, 95 | every law is framed for the direction of human actions, ~as is 41 2, 95 | matter ~pertaining to the direction of human actions cannot 42 2, 96 | Reply OBJ 2: A principle of direction should be applicable to 43 2, 98 | who assist him under ~his direction. Consequently it was fitting 44 2, 102 | salvation is from God, by the ~direction of God's ministers, and 45 2, 102 | discretion, exceed in one direction or in another, or even exercise 46 2, 104 | ordering is subject to the direction of the sovereign as ~supreme 47 2, 104 | OBJ 3: In this people the direction of man in regard to his ~ 48 2, 105 | evildoers, depend on the direction of those in authority, to 49 2, 8 | furthermore extends to the direction of human ~actions, in so 50 2, 43 | Beginning, and afterwards the direction of ~human acts according 51 2, 43 | Divine rules. Nor from the direction of ~wisdom does there result 52 2, 43 | to others) and as to ~the direction of human affairs according 53 2, 43 | to be effected in this direction of human acts is the ~removal 54 2, 45 | consequently comes under the ~direction of prudence. On the other 55 2, 45 | accordance however, with the direction and ~command of reason, 56 2, 48 | earth." Since, however, direction ~belongs rather to the king, 57 2, 48 | belongs to fortitude, but the direction, protection of the entire ~ 58 2, 48 | belongs to fortitude, but ~the direction, especially in so far as 59 2, 51 | things are ~intended for the direction of the aforesaid three acts 60 2, 53 | since prudence implies ~direction to some appetible end, we 61 2, 56 | by way of ~command and direction, because a judge is the " 62 2, 83 | which he needs help and direction from someone above him: 63 2, 86 | end of latria. Now ~the direction of other actions to their 64 2, 86 | commanded. Therefore the direction of the ~acts of any virtue 65 2, 90 | divine worship is a certain direction of human acts according 66 2, 118 | justice is subject to the direction of ~"epikeia." Hence "epikeia" 67 2, 119 | the gifts (Is. 11). Now ~direction and execution extend to 68 2, 140 | to live according to the direction of his tutor, so ought the ~ 69 2, 160 | Reply OBJ 2: Reason has the direction of those things for which 70 2, 166 | virtue concerned with the direction of these movements.~Aquin.: 71 2, 166 | Body Para. 2/3~Now the direction of these movements may be 72 2, 169 | Moreover it ~extends to the direction of human acts, and this 73 2, 170 | light extends even to the direction of human ~acts; and in this 74 2, 172 | doctrine of faith, but for the direction of human acts. Thus Augustine ~ 75 2, 180 | in all habits and acts, direction belongs to the more ~important; 76 2, 180 | according to the order of direction, ~in so far as the active 77 2, 184 | end must needs ~follow the direction of someone under whose control 78 2, 185 | in the administration and direction of ~secular business. Wherefore 79 2, 186 | schooled according to the direction of others in the attainment 80 3, 8 | members, together with the direction of them in their acts, ~ 81 3, 44 | continue ~in a westerly direction. This is what he refers 82 3, 63 | be moved in the contrary direction, ~the character is not removed, 83 3, 85 | of the appetite in this direction and ~from filial fear as 84 Suppl, 36| there must needs ~be the direction of reason. Wherefore in 85 Suppl, 36| knowledge as ~suffices for his direction in the act of that Order. 86 Suppl, 44| said to be united in their direction thereto, thus many men ~ 87 Suppl, 49| causes the right ~use, so too direction to a useful good may cause 88 Suppl, 49| reason causing the right direction; and in ~this way marriage, 89 Suppl, 54| second place in ~either direction is distant in the second 90 Suppl, 81| always move in the same direction. Therefore they are not ~ 91 Suppl, 96| exaggerated God's mercy in one direction and depreciated it ~in another.


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