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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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chance

   Part, Question
1 1, 15 | things not generated by chance, the form must be the end 2 1, 15 | the world was not ~made by chance, but by God acting by His 3 1, 16 | intellect, but were produced by chance. ~But as they saw that truth 4 1, 22 | nothing foreseen can happen by chance. If then everything was 5 1, 22 | nothing would happen by chance. And thus hazard and luck 6 1, 22 | that the world ~was made by chance. Others taught that incorruptible 7 1, 22 | although to ~them it appears a chance circumstance, has been fully 8 1, 44 | agent, unless it were ~by chance. Now the end of the agent 9 1, 47 | distinction of things comes from chance ~according to the movement 10 1, 47 | only as being produced by chance. Therefore, the perfection 11 1, 47 | would thus be a ~thing of chance, which is impossible.~Aquin.: 12 1, 47 | but rather believe in ~chance, as Democritus, who said 13 1, 57 | unknown; such as casual and chance events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 14 1, 57 | cases, but even casual ~and chance events; for God sees all 15 1, 58 | their last perfection by ~chance and movement: while the 16 1, 65 | world would arise from mere chance. For it the sun's body was ~ 17 1, 45 | agent, unless it were ~by chance. Now the end of the agent 18 1, 48 | distinction of things comes from chance ~according to the movement 19 1, 48 | only as being produced by chance. Therefore, the perfection 20 1, 48 | would thus be a ~thing of chance, which is impossible.~Aquin.: 21 1, 48 | but rather believe in ~chance, as Democritus, who said 22 1, 58 | unknown; such as casual and chance events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 23 1, 58 | cases, but even casual ~and chance events; for God sees all 24 1, 59 | their last perfection by ~chance and movement: while the 25 1, 66 | world would arise from mere chance. For it the sun's body was ~ 26 1, 83 | called philosophers said by chance anything that was true and ~ 27 1, 102 | that all things happened by chance. But such an opinion ~can 28 1, 102 | the skillful, but time and chance in all." But things subject 29 1, 102 | government are not ~ruled by chance. Therefore those things 30 1, 102 | all such ~things we find chance: not that everything is 31 1, 102 | one there is an element of chance. And the very ~fact that 32 1, 102 | fact that an element of chance is found in those things 33 1, 102 | constitutes the nature of chance. Wherefore ~to show how 34 1, 102 | show how things happen by chance and yet according to the 35 1, 102 | absolutely that he observes chance in all ~things, but "time 36 1, 102 | all ~things, but "time and chance," that is to say, that defects 37 1, 102 | pre-ordination of ~a ruler occurs by chance. Therefore, if nothing occurs 38 1, 102 | in the world happens by chance," as Augustine ~declares ( 39 1, 115 | will be neither luck nor chance in the world.~Aquin.: SMT 40 1, 115 | seem to happen by luck or ~chance. Now it happens sometimes 41 1, 115 | regard to ~themselves is by chance; but as compared to the 42 1, 115 | events ~which by luck or chance take place here below. These 43 1, 115 | here below by luck or by chance, whether in natural things 44 1, 115 | below, whether by luck or by chance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 45 1, 115 | accident, by luck or ~by chance, being reduced to some ordering 46 1, 115 | happening by luck or by ~chance, if compared to their proximate 47 1, 117 | united to this soul by ~chance: since for this union to 48 2, 88 | or prolonged, unless by chance something supervene ~in 49 2, 102 | those things that happen by chance outside the intention of 50 2, 25 | circumstance, by a kind of chance, are more closely united 51 2, 29 | circumstance, by a kind of chance are more ~closely united 52 2, 30 | talent, if when he ~has the chance he plead not with him the 53 2, 30 | manner ~gains from games of chance are ill-gotten, for, as 54 2, 30 | the profits from games of chance, there would seem ~to be 55 2, 31 | upon ~this as a matter of chance. For this reason he says ( 56 2, 31 | doing such ~harm, unless by chance you were firmly persuaded 57 2, 41 | mentioned in the definition of chance ~(Phys. ii, 5).~Aquin.: 58 2, 47 | that occur rarely and by chance, and ~these, since they 59 2, 47 | against all the surprises of chance, so as ~to suffer less harm 60 2, 49 | the most part to happen by chance, and with such ~things reason 61 2, 62 | through killing someone by chance?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 62 2, 62 | through killing ~someone by chance. For we read (Gn. 4:23,24) 63 2, 62 | through killing a man by chance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 64 2, 62 | through killing ~someone by chance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 65 2, 62 | Therefore he who kills a man by chance, incurs the guilt ~of murder.~ 66 2, 62 | it sometimes ~happens by chance that a person is killed 67 2, 62 | Philosopher (Phys. ii, 6) "chance is a ~cause that acts beside 68 2, 62 | one's intention." Hence chance happenings, ~strictly speaking, 69 2, 62 | Relig. xiv) it follows ~that chance happenings, as such, are 70 2, 69 | circumstance, by a kind of chance are more closely united 71 2, 93 | from natural causes ~by chance and in the minority of instances, 72 2, 93 | to be founded not ~on a chance movement, but on divine 73 2, 93 | they concur it will be by chance. But ~sometimes the inward 74 2, 93 | must ~needs be ascribed to chance, or to some directing spiritual 75 2, 93 | cause. If we ~ascribe it to chance, and this can only take 76 2, 93 | division, thus ~leaving to chance what portion each is to 77 2, 94 | these observances is due to chance. But afterwards when a man ~ 78 2, 150 | organ lose its integrity by chance in some other way, ~this 79 2, 162 | since he cannot foresee chance ~happenings. Accordingly, 80 2, 166 | not a virtue"; unless by chance ~some play-actor were in 81 2, 180 | slothful of mind that if they chance to have any hard work to 82 2, 185 | the monastery, or if by chance a brother happen to die 83 3, 63 | Christian sacraments, by ~any chance, of a nature less lasting 84 3, 64 | unintentional happens by chance. But this ~cannot be said 85 Suppl, 6 | thus leaving the matter to chance; and, moreover, he ~courts 86 Suppl, 67| all things that happen by chance less ~frequently in nature. 87 Suppl, 93| aureole. If, ~however, by some chance or other he were not to


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