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free-will 477
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freedom 89
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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freedom

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | choose good or evil. But the freedom of will is not lessened 2 1, 63 | choose good or evil. But the freedom of will is not lessened 3 1, 82 | natural liberty, which is freedom from coercion, but as regards ~ 4 1, 82 | coercion, but as regards ~freedom from fault and unhappiness. 5 1, 83 | imagination retain its ~freedom, but also the common sense 6 1, 88 | body: but it has a ~greater freedom of intelligence, since the 7 1, 90 | body; both for his greater ~freedom of action in the interior 8 1, 90 | Secondly, for the ~greater freedom of the acts of the interior 9 1, 114 | principle, endowed with freedom ~to follow or not to follow 10 2, 1 | the will does not lose its freedom. But before it placed its 11 2, 10 | to a certain extent, its freedom: ~and thus the movement 12 2, 11 | powers do not command with freedom, but are moved according 13 2, 59 | virtue as being a kind of freedom from passion and disturbance; ~ 14 2, 59 | should have said virtue is freedom from those passions "that 15 2, 59 | says that virtue is not freedom from passion. It ~may be 16 2, 70 | respects. First, as regards freedom from outward ~disturbance; 17 2, 76 | ignorance, ~for the sake of freedom in sinning. Sometimes, however, 18 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This freedom from liability to concupiscence 19 2, 94 | in common, and universal freedom, are matters of natural 20 2, 94 | in common and universal freedom" are said ~to be of the 21 2, 10 | should forthwith receive his freedom, without paying any ~price, 22 2, 18 | servitude is opposed to freedom. Since, then, "what is free 23 2, 18 | 2 Cor. 3:17). Since then freedom excludes ~servitude, it 24 2, 64 | the poor man's ransom and ~freedom."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 25 2, 106 | bodily safety, his own freedom, and external goods ~such 26 2, 106 | whereby he is deprived of freedom; "exile" whereby he is banished 27 2, 127 | Q[128], ad 6), denotes freedom from the ~disturbance of 28 2, 127 | security denotes perfect freedom of the mind from ~fear, 29 2, 139 | preserve one's integrity and freedom from corruption for God' 30 2, 145 | called us to a state of freedom, ~instituted a few most 31 2, 145 | be ~distinguished by its freedom and the evidence and small 32 2, 145 | are they opposed to the freedom of the ~faithful, rather 33 2, 145 | is opposed to spiritual freedom, of which it is written ( 34 2, 150 | then virginity consists in freedom from the aforesaid corruption, 35 2, 150 | accidental to ~virginity; while freedom from pleasure in resolution 36 2, 150 | integrity of the flesh and freedom from venereal ~experience. 37 2, 150 | matter, namely to entire freedom from venereal pleasure; 38 2, 166 | children to enjoy absolute freedom in their games, but only 39 2, 180 | life ~obtains a certain freedom of mind, for it thinks not 40 2, 180 | the contemplative life is freedom."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[182] 41 2, 181 | state denotes a condition of freedom or servitude?~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 181 | not denote a ~condition of freedom or servitude. For "state" 43 2, 181 | state" here has reference to freedom or servitude. Therefore 44 2, 181 | except that which refers ~to freedom or servitude.~Aquin.: SMT 45 2, 181 | pertaining to the nature of ~freedom or servitude. Therefore 46 2, 181 | Therefore state properly regards freedom or ~servitude whether in 47 2, 181 | condition of ~servitude or freedom, which apparently has no 48 2, 181 | above (A[1]) state regards freedom or ~servitude. Now in spiritual 49 2, 181 | servitude and a ~twofold freedom: for there is the servitude 50 2, 181 | there is likewise a twofold freedom, from sin, and from ~justice, 51 2, 181 | justice: and in like ~manner freedom from sin is not to be overcome 52 2, 181 | inclination to sin, ~and freedom from justice is not to be 53 2, 181 | reason, it follows that freedom ~from sin is true freedom 54 2, 181 | freedom ~from sin is true freedom which is united to the servitude 55 2, 181 | which is connected with ~freedom from justice, because man 56 2, 181 | spiritual servitude and freedom is ~differentiated according 57 2, 181 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Freedom from sin results from charity 58 2, 181 | those who enjoy spiritual freedom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 59 2, 181 | as pertain to ~spiritual freedom or servitude, as stated 60 2, 182 | regards a ~condition of freedom or servitude. Now spiritual 61 2, 182 | servitude. Now spiritual freedom or servitude may ~be considered 62 2, 182 | one attain to a state of freedom or servitude there is required 63 2, 182 | passes from servitude to freedom; and ~this does not result 64 2, 182 | spiritual servitude to spiritual freedom, an increase of charity 65 2, 187 | trial, while retaining the freedom to remain ~or not remain, 66 2, 187 | puberty every freeman enjoys freedom in things ~concerning the 67 3, 1 | the natural law, with the freedom of his will, in order ~that 68 3, 13 | the state of ~innocence, freedom from sin - so also from 69 3, 27 | be ~believed that entire freedom from the fomes redounded 70 3, 31 | man was preserved in its freedom from sin ~until the formation 71 3, 59 | driven away, ~you shall have freedom for convincing." Consequently, 72 3, 85 | ruler, ~retaining their freedom. But a thing is just relatively 73 3, 88 | slave who has been given his freedom is not brought back ~to 74 3, 89 | but on account of the ~freedom of the will which can be 75 Suppl, 39| receives the Order, because freedom is not required for the ~ 76 Suppl, 39| he is bound to buy his ~freedom, else he would have to return 77 Suppl, 51| Further, just as slavery or freedom pertains to the condition 78 Suppl, 52| may one be in error about freedom, so as ~to deem a person 79 Suppl, 52| whereas he is free. But freedom is not accounted ~an impediment 80 Suppl, 52| latter be in a condition of ~freedom; and so nothing prevents 81 Suppl, 52| 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Freedom does not hinder the marriage 82 Suppl, 52| wherefore ~ignorance of freedom is no impediment to matrimony.~ 83 Suppl, 52| favorable. ~Now marriage and freedom are favorable things and 84 Suppl, 52| the ~inestimable good of freedom; whereas this can nowise 85 Suppl, 52| children follow the mother in freedom and bondage; whereas in ~ 86 Suppl, 65| a bondswoman gained her ~freedom by the very fact of being 87 Suppl, 88| done by God proceed from freedom of will, ~wherefore it is 88 Suppl, 93| martyrdom has a minimum of freedom, since it is a punishment ~ 89 Appen1, 1| thereof, on the ~contrary: Freedom from fault does not lessen


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