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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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disposes

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | OBJ 2: Sanctifying grace disposes the soul to possess the 2 1, 62 | conversion is that whereby a man disposes himself so that he may ~ 3 1, 64 | of Divine providence so disposes, that it procures ~the welfare 4 1, 43 | OBJ 2: Sanctifying grace disposes the soul to possess the 5 1, 63 | conversion is that whereby a man disposes himself so that he may ~ 6 1, 65 | of Divine providence so disposes, that it procures ~the welfare 7 1, 84 | again before the intellect disposes and divides by ~affirmation 8 1, 95 | Civ. Dei xix, 13): ~"Order disposes things equal and unequal 9 1, 102 | Consol. iii) that "God ~disposes all for good." Therefore, 10 1, 110 | order of Divine Providence disposes that lower ~things be subject 11 1, 111 | production of his ~art, but only disposes and orders what others are 12 1, 117 | animal, the ~seminal power disposes the matter, but the power 13 2, 1 | written ~(Wis. 11:21), God disposes all things "in number, weight 14 2, 5 | end; just as sometimes He disposes ~matter and at the same 15 2, 21 | demerits, inasmuch as he disposes his actions well or ill: 16 2, 52 | increases the habit or ~disposes to an increase thereof, 17 2, 54 | good habit is ~one which disposes to an act suitable to the 18 2, 54 | evil habit is one which disposes to an act unsuitable to 19 2, 54 | the fact ~that one habit disposes to an act that is suitable 20 2, 54 | nature, ~while another habit disposes to an act befitting a higher 21 2, 54 | thus human virtue, which disposes to an act befitting human 22 2, 54 | or heroic virtue, which disposes to an act ~befitting some 23 2, 56 | from the fact that virtue disposes to that ~which is best: 24 2, 66 | soul, to which the heat disposes the matter. It is in this 25 2, 69 | For cleanness of the eye disposes one to see ~clearly: hence 26 2, 74 | ways to that to which ~it disposes: for sometimes it is the 27 2, 83 | the rational soul, but ~disposes the matter for it.~Aquin.: 28 2, 88 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, an act disposes to something of like species, 29 2, 88 | called venial because it disposes to mortal ~sin, it follows 30 2, 88 | it follows that whatever disposes to mortal sin is a venial 31 2, 88 | sin. Now ~every good work disposes to mortal sin; wherefore 32 2, 88 | Accordingly an act of sin ~disposes to something in two ways. 33 2, 88 | First, directly, and thus it disposes ~to an act of like species. 34 2, 88 | Secondly, a human act disposes to something by removing 35 2, 88 | sin, of its very nature, disposes to mortal sin, as stated.~ 36 2, 88 | disposition, whereby venial sin ~disposes to mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 88 | even as an accident which disposes to a ~substantial form, 38 2, 89 | just as work sometimes disposes to ~fever, but not as heat 39 2, 89 | fever, but not as heat disposes to the form of fire.~Aquin.: 40 2, 92 | acquired ~virtue; while it disposes to infused virtue, and preserves 41 2, 99 | imperfect in comparison disposes to ~the perfect, wherefore 42 2, 113 | precedes the form to which it ~disposes. Now the free-will's movement 43 2, 23 | but each act of ~charity disposes to an increase of charity, 44 2, 23 | causality, yet whatever disposes to its corruption may be ~ 45 2, 25 | the rational soul, yet it disposes the matter of the body ~ 46 2, 26 | but because this knowledge disposes man to love the ~unknown.~ 47 2, 41 | nothing by its very nature disposes a man to spiritual downfall, ~ 48 2, 41 | salvation, yet, in so far as it disposes him ~to mortal sin, it tends 49 2, 45 | the means. Now prudence disposes of the other moral ~virtues, 50 2, 45 | prudent ~man is one who disposes well of the things that 51 2, 45 | for a ~good end, whoever disposes well of such things as are 52 2, 48 | political" prudence, which disposes in a suitable manner such ~ 53 2, 70 | pride. ~Nevertheless pride disposes a man to revile, in so far 54 2, 72 | the thing ~for which it disposes. Hence to do anything that 55 2, 75 | employing deceit the seller disposes of his goods ~for more than 56 2, 79 | means of certain good works ~disposes himself to the worship of 57 2, 81 | that Divine ~providence disposes not only what effects shall 58 2, 88 | and chiefly to God, Who ~disposes the movements of all things. 59 2, 106 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Fortitude disposes to vengeance by removing 60 2, 130 | self-confident: ~and so it gradually disposes a man to lose his inward 61 2, 145 | of Christ, and because it disposes us to ~celebrate devoutly 62 2, 155 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Meekness disposes man to the knowledge of 63 2, 180 | contemplative life, because it disposes one to it, as stated above ( 64 2, 186 | them. For instance one ~disposes oneself to observe the vow 65 2, 187 | because by so doing one disposes oneself ~to remain always. 66 3, 7 | perfection to which it disposes, in such things as are gradually ~ 67 3, 9 | imperfect mode of cognition disposes towards a more ~perfect, 68 3, 9 | dialectical syllogisms, disposes ~towards science, which 69 3, 56 | according as the Word of God disposes, namely, that first of ~ 70 3, 57 | their capacity, and as God disposes. ~Now a body is incapable 71 3, 57 | with ~such speed as God disposes.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 72 3, 63 | that ~to which the accident disposes it proximately, but not 73 3, 63 | respect of that ~to which it disposes it remotely or indirectly. 74 3, 63 | indirectly. Now a character disposes ~the soul directly and proximately 75 3, 83 | in saying the Preface, ~disposes the souls of the brethren 76 Suppl, 5 | taken to denote ~that which disposes matter to receive something. 77 Suppl, 14| while in sin, the more he disposes himself ~to the grace of 78 Suppl, 18| this article], ~but merely disposes the recipient to the grace 79 Suppl, 18| the keys, according as he disposes himself ~more or less to 80 Suppl, 66| decree of Innocent ~III disposes of the statement of the 81 Suppl, 81| causes either of them or disposes ~thereto: so that while 82 Suppl, 86| Thirdly, ~because poverty disposes a man to the aforesaid manner


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