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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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attention

   Part, Question
1 1, 67 | coal." Nor must too much attention be paid to the ~instances 2 1, 68 | coal." Nor must too much attention be paid to the ~instances 3 1, 102 | one who can only ~give his attention to general principles, but 4 1, 106 | There is no need to draw the attention of the good angels, ~inasmuch 5 1, 106 | angel can be aroused to attention by some intelligible power.~ 6 2, 4 | sometimes by distracting the attention ~because, as already observed, 7 2, 12 | the same time ~direct his attention to God and to bodily benefits, 8 2, 33 | which gives us pleasure, and attention fosters activity.~Aquin.: 9 2, 33 | pleases us. Now when the attention ~is firmly fixed on one 10 2, 33 | concentrating the mind's attention on itself; or else it hinders 11 2, 37 | because it required ~undivided attention."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] A[ 12 2, 37 | requiring considerable attention is incompatible therewith.~ 13 2, 37 | above all draws the soul's ~attention to itself; because it is 14 2, 37 | man is unable to give his attention even to that which he ~knew 15 2, 40 | being ~difficult arouses our attention; while the thought that 16 2, 44 | counsel and work with greater attention. ~If, however, fear increases 17 2, 77 | operations of the soul, a certain attention is requisite, and if this ~ 18 2, 77 | fixed on one thing, less attention is given to another. In ~ 19 2, 77 | happen through mere lack of attention: for instance, a ~man who 20 2, 95 | we ~ought to pay as much attention to the undemonstrated sayings 21 2, 96 | frequently, by directing his attention ~to the common good. Wherefore 22 2, 14 | pleasure fixes a ~man's attention on that which he takes pleasure 23 2, 14 | these vices cause man's ~attention to be very firmly fixed 24 2, 14 | needs happen that their attention is frequently withdrawn ~ 25 2, 14 | they distract the mind's attention to more ~remote things, 26 2, 28 | passion, that they pay no attention to the suffering of others.~ 27 2, 47 | is right to pay no less attention to the undemonstrated ~assertions 28 2, 47 | seems to denote nothing but ~attention to circumstances. Therefore 29 2, 71 | necessary good, and with attention ~to the due circumstances, 30 2, 81 | should be vocal?~(13) Whether attention is requisite in prayer?~( 31 2, 81 | nothing strange to draw men's attention, either by shouting ~so 32 2, 81 | Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether attention is a necessary condition 33 2, 81 | OBJ 1: It would seem that attention is a necessary condition 34 2, 81 | be attentive. Therefore attention is a necessary condition 35 2, 81 | is inattentive. Therefore attention is a necessary condition 36 2, 81 | better obtained: and thus ~attention is absolutely necessary 37 2, 81 | prayer of those who pay no attention to their prayer." ~The third 38 2, 81 | mind, and for this effect attention is a ~necessary condition: 39 2, 81 | there are three kinds of attention ~that can be brought to 40 2, 81 | praying for. That last kind of attention is most necessary, and ~ 41 2, 81 | capable of it. Moreover this attention, whereby the mind ~is fixed 42 2, 81 | that vigilant and erect attention which is so necessary in 43 2, 81 | clear not only that this attention must not be forced if ~we 44 2, 81 | prayers by considering the attention of the person praying, so ~ 45 2, 81 | pray much so ~long as your attention is fervent. For to say much 46 2, 89 | singing, ~both because the attention of the singers is distracted 47 2, 89 | as they give all their ~attention to the chant, and because 48 2, 89 | of devotion, he pays more attention to what he says, ~both because 49 2, 91 | those, to wit, who pay more attention to ~externals.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 93 | of Joseph that he paid ~attention to auguries, for it is related ( 51 2, 94 | speaking the case in which more attention is ~paid the written characters 52 2, 127 | are few and require great ~attention, wherefore they call for 53 2, 153 | order to ~give its whole attention to the more perfect goods.~ 54 2, 166 | the high ~pressure of his attention to work." Now this relaxation 55 2, 167 | seeks glory from excessive attention to dress; in so far ~as 56 2, 167 | are some who think that attention to finery and ~costly dress 57 2, 167 | pleasure from excessive attention to ~dress, in so far as 58 2, 167 | Cf. Q[55], A[6]] in his attention to ~outward apparel.~Aquin.: 59 2, 167 | glory from the very lack of attention to outward attire. Hence ~ 60 2, 173 | necessary that his mind's whole attention should be ~summoned to that 61 2, 179 | on account of the mind's attention, since "brains avail when 62 2, 180 | view. First, as regards the attention to and practice of external 63 2, 185 | strangeness draws people's attention to him. Yet ~blame does 64 2, 185 | behavior that draws people's ~attention, for it may be done well 65 2, 185 | religion ~when a man draws attention to himself by unwonted squalor 66 3, 27 | that all might fix their ~attention on Christ. As to the use 67 3, 30 | Virgin. ~First, to draw her attention to the consideration of 68 3, 30 | effective in drawing the mind's ~attention. Therefore the angel, desirous 69 3, 30 | of drawing the Virgin's ~attention to the hearing of so great 70 3, 36 | outward form which aroused the attention of their corporeal eyes, 71 3, 36 | stars, drew men's gaze and attention: so that they ~understood 72 3, 38 | men would have paid equal attention ~to John and to Christ. 73 3, 38 | that men might pay greater ~attention to Christ, it was not given 74 3, 60 | points seem to call for our attention. one is on ~the part of 75 3, 83 | both he calls the people to attention ~by saying: "The Lord be 76 3, 83 | memory. ~Hence, if a man pays attention to what he is saying, but 77 Suppl, 8 | First, by an assiduous attention to their ~external conduct, 78 Suppl, 72| tediousness, for ~continual attention to one thing makes a person 79 Suppl, 79| type of the other, the ~attention of the soul to the one does 80 Suppl, 79| not hinder or lessen its attention ~to the other: thus a physician 81 Suppl, 79| or known by them, their attention to perceiving ~sensibles,


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