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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intent

   Part, Question
1 1, 51 | this is contrary to the intent of Scripture; for whatever 2 1, 52 | this is contrary to the intent of Scripture; for whatever 3 1, 78 | Augustine (De Trin. xii, 7) "is intent on the consideration ~and 4 1, 78 | according to Augustine, "is intent on the disposal of temporal ~ 5 1, 78 | reason is that which is intent on the contemplation and ~ 6 1, 78 | lower reason that which "is intent on the disposal ~of temporal 7 2, 1 | scratches one's beard, while intent on something else. ~Therefore 8 2, 15 | reason is that which is intent on the ~contemplation and 9 2, 24 | little, if we consider the intent of either ~school. For the 10 2, 33 | Consequently when the soul ~is very intent on the action of one part, 11 2, 33 | action, is more eagerly intent on it, and carries it out 12 2, 38 | because the soul is more intent on it: whereas if it be 13 2, 40 | by reason of hope man is ~intent on his action. Secondly, 14 2, 45 | OBJ 3: Further, daring is intent on something good, viz. 15 2, 54 | which the habit is chiefly intent, hence it is ~that a habit 16 2, 73 | will is shown to be ~more intent on good or evil, through 17 2, 74 | Further, "the higher reason is intent on contemplating and ~consulting 18 2, 74 | the higher reason which is intent on ~the eternal types. Now 19 2, 74 | for, though it is not ~intent on them, as regulating according 20 2, 74 | higher reason, yet, it is intent on them, as being regulated 21 2, 74 | that the "higher reason is intent on ~considering and consulting 22 2, 74 | the higher reason ~"is intent on contemplating or consulting 23 2, 75 | and of the Divine law, and intent on some mutable ~good, causes 24 2, 77 | that, when ~one power is intent in its act, another power 25 2, 87 | is too much or too little intent on them without prejudicing 26 2, 102 | whereas the priests ~were intent on the inner meaning of 27 2, 102 | And thus they should be intent on the fulfilment of their ~ 28 2, 106 | Old Law, wherein men were intent on begetting ~children: 29 2, 106 | wherein the clergy who are intent ~on wisdom (which is appropriated 30 2, 28 | great fear, for they are so intent on their own ~passion, that 31 2, 43 | authority (De ~Trin. xii, 7) "is intent on the consideration and 32 2, 66 | when anyone with wicked intent hinders a sin ~being punished. 33 2, 70 | slight mockery, not ~with intent to dishonor or pain the 34 2, 70 | mockery, but rather with intent to please and amuse: and 35 2, 72 | whereas a tale-bearer is only intent on ~saying what is apparently 36 2, 74 | s evil, as evil, ~being intent on the evil itself, then 37 2, 74 | so called with an evil ~intent: and the same answer applies 38 2, 81 | OBJ 3: When our mind is intent on temporal things in order 39 2, 81 | therein; but when it is intent on ~them in relation to 40 2, 98 | prayers do not give with the intent of ~buying their prayers; 41 2, 108 | statement uttered with intent to deceive is a manifest 42 2, 114 | opposed to everything with the intent ~of being disagreeable, 43 2, 127 | results from a man being intent on ~many things which he 44 2, 127 | whereas the magnanimous ~is intent only on great things; these 45 2, 127 | that the magnanimous is intent on doing great ~deeds in 46 2, 128 | the ~case of Peter, whose intent was to suffer for Christ, 47 2, 151 | concupiscible, is most vehemently intent on its ~object, to wit, 48 2, 156 | one's neighbor, with the intent of doing him a wrong. - 49 2, 165 | there is no sin in being intent on them: for ~Jerome says ( 50 2, 165 | hand, if one be ordinately intent on the ~knowledge of sensible 51 2, 165 | into them, ~with a good intent, either for one's own good - 52 2, 166 | sensibles, through being intent ~on the operations of reason, 53 2, 171 | when one power is very intent on its own operation, ~other 54 2, 171 | theirs; thus men who are very intent on ~hearing something fail 55 2, 171 | very much uplifted, and intent on its ~act. Therefore it 56 2, 171 | OBJ 2: When the mind is intent, in its act, upon distant 57 2, 171 | the senses; but when it is intent, in its act, ~upon the coordination 58 2, 173 | through ~the soul being intent thereon, as do the sensitive 59 2, 173 | rapture, because he was wholly intent upon God, ~but that afterwards 60 2, 177 | and on which he is most intent; thus especially does ~he 61 2, 177 | certain men are especially intent on the contemplation ~of 62 2, 177 | while others are especially intent on external actions, it ~ 63 2, 178 | contemplative who are chiefly intent on the contemplation of 64 2, 178 | which a man is ~chiefly intent. Wherefore if there are 65 2, 178 | reason," when the mind is intent on ~things invisible of 66 2, 179 | different occupations of men ~intent on different ends: one of 67 2, 183 | God, if he becomes less intent on things ~pertaining to 68 2, 184 | not threaten those who, intent on following Christ, ~renounce 69 2, 186 | needed them, but to be intent on them, and for their sake 70 3, 35 | reaches the womb, being intent on ~fashioning the passible 71 3, 46 | uses several means to one intent, in order to ~do something 72 3, 50 | indeed erroneous, yet without intent ~of error in faith: as Hugh 73 3, 51 | in death, frustrated the intent of His murderers, ~and was 74 3, 64 | can be done with various intent; for ~instance, washing 75 3, 64 | a man ~wishes to be very intent on something, he begins 76 3, 80 | because their ~sin came of the intent of injuring Christ, while 77 3, 80 | unworthily has no such intent; secondly, because the sinner 78 Suppl, 19| seems to be contrary to the intent of the Apostle in the ~Epistle 79 Suppl, 29| For the evangelists were intent on handing down chiefly 80 Suppl, 64| time ~when they should be intent on the sacred observances 81 Suppl, 79| soul will be supremely ~intent on the act of the contemplative


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