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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tending

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | participates in goodness as tending to it, for ~all seek their 2 1, 27 | corresponding to the act tending to external matter, so there 3 1, 27 | motion, or of an action tending to external matter, or to ~ 4 1, 49 | because He is not the cause of tending to not-being."~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 59 | there must be one appetite ~tending towards good in the abstract, 6 1, 63 | the movement of ~free-will tending towards good.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 66 | are mutually opposite, one tending upwards, another downwards: ~ 8 1, 73 | creatures, and to the desire tending to an external ~object.~ 9 1, 50 | because He is not the cause of tending to not-being."~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 60 | there must be one appetite ~tending towards good in the abstract, 11 1, 64 | the movement of ~free-will tending towards good.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 67 | are mutually opposite, one tending upwards, another downwards: ~ 13 1, 72 | creatures, and to the desire tending to an external ~object.~ 14 1, 84 | from which proceeds an act tending to something external is 15 1, 86 | for this is not an act tending to ~something else in which 16 1, 103 | not the cause of anything tending to ~non-existence." But 17 1, 110 | disposed to obey the will tending to ~Divine truth. For the 18 2, 1 | necessity, desire it as tending to the perfect good, because 19 2, 4 | back, so to ~speak, from tending with all its might to the 20 2, 4 | hold the soul back from tending with all its might to the 21 2, 14 | and ~the act of the will tending to these means according 22 2, 19 | being evil, the will ~by tending thereto becomes evil. And 23 2, 20 | action ~derives from the will tending to the end, then the external 24 2, 20 | derives from the will as tending to the end. But the goodness ~ 25 2, 23 | concupiscible power from tending towards its object, either 26 2, 23 | the need of ~another power tending to that good. The same applies 27 2, 23 | also contains a reason for tending to it, as ~attempting something 28 2, 26 | movement of the appetite ~in tending towards the appetible object, 29 2, 32 | give pleasure, ~not as tending to another's ill, but as 30 2, 33 | the movement of desire, tending to what was not possessed, 31 2, 33 | imperfect, then the desire, tending to what was not ~possessed, 32 2, 35 | nature were more eager in ~tending to what is suitable to it, 33 2, 35 | of itself, more ~eager in tending to pleasure than in shunning 34 2, 61 | who are on their way ~and tending towards the Divine similitude; 35 2, 64 | contrary ~corrupted, through tending to something extreme. Now 36 2, 64 | virtues ~are perfected by tending to something extreme; thus 37 2, 66 | the appetitive movement tending to God, ~which movement 38 2, 73 | is redoubled by the will tending unrestrainedly to its ~object.~ 39 2, 88 | a ~movement of the soul tending to the hurt of one's neighbor, 40 2, 108 | because the movement ~of anger tending to murder, and the movement 41 2, 108 | and the movement of desire tending to ~adultery, seem to be 42 2, 113 | OBJ 2: Further, whoever is tending onward, ought not to look 43 2, 113 | sin hinders the soul from tending freely to God. Now a ~hindrance 44 2, 1 | glimpse of Divine truth, ~tending thereto." Now we can only 45 2, 7 | contrary movement, namely, by tending to that which is above ~ 46 2, 20 | presumption consists in tending to some ~impossible good, 47 2, 25 | operation consists in the soul ~tending to things themselves. Now 48 2, 26 | indeed an act of the will tending to the good, ~but it adds 49 2, 40 | that "seditions are tumults tending to fight," ~when, to wit, 50 2, 40 | sedition denotes "a tumult tending to fight," according to 51 2, 41 | or deeds of others, from ~tending to God in the internal acts 52 2, 45 | that which hinders us in ~tending to God." Now love is said 53 2, 75 | considered as accidentally ~tending to the advantage of one 54 2, 81 | motion of the will, from tending to an end such as ~charity 55 2, 81 | whereby we are assisted in tending towards ~beatitude, in so 56 2, 90 | mean of virtue, not through tending to something greater than 57 2, 116 | flesh is so called from ~its tending to a pleasure of the flesh, 58 2, 128 | consists essentially in tending to what ~is above oneself, 59 2, 138 | Since, however, ~men while tending to spiritual goods may be 60 2, 159 | impetuosity of his ~soul, from tending inordinately to great things: 61 2, 160 | denotes littleness of soul in tending towards great ~things, is 62 2, 173 | another way from the manner of tending - for ~instance a stone 63 2, 181 | above), denotes ~action tending to something else according 64 2, 182 | regards his always ~actually tending to God, but on the part 65 2, 182 | the mind's affections from tending ~wholly to God. Charity 66 2, 182 | not allow of a man ~always tending actually to God, so neither 67 2, 182 | neither does it allow of his tending ~actually to each individual 68 2, 183 | perfection, as a way of tending to perfection, while the 69 2, 184 | that perfect intentness on tending ~to God. Augustine expresses 70 2, 184 | school ~and exercise for tending to perfection. Now those 71 2, 184 | belong to the practice of tending to perfection. But there ~ 72 2, 184 | as being a practice of tending to the perfection of charity: ~ 73 2, 184 | hinder his affections from tending wholly to ~God, for it is 74 3, 15 | is called a wayfarer from tending to beatitude, and ~a comprehensor 75 3, 15 | wayfarer, inasmuch as He was tending to beatitude, as regards 76 3, 50 | or enforced suffering is tending towards death: and in this 77 3, 75 | God is not the cause of ~tending to nothing." But this sacrament 78 3, 83 | this life of misery, we are tending, in the words, "Glory be ~ 79 3, 87 | so that they are slow in tending towards God. ~Consequently 80 Suppl, 90| desire it ~is held back from tending with all its might to that


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