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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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attainment

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | are not in our power of attainment. Neither, again, do we always 2 1, 102 | perfection consists ~in the attainment of its end. Therefore it 3 1, 102 | it is by action that the attainment of the end is effected. 4 1, 102 | the sinner intends the attainment of a certain good: but because 5 1, 107 | accordingly as it agrees with the attainment of the end. Thus ~also the 6 2, 2 | and the use, namely, the ~attainment or possession of that thing. 7 2, 2 | man's last end, as to the attainment or possession ~thereof, 8 2, 2 | makes man happy; but the attainment of this thing is called 9 2, 3 | money. Secondly there is the attainment or ~possession, the use 10 2, 3 | is ~nothing else than the attainment or enjoyment of the last 11 2, 3 | good, because it is the ~attainment or enjoyment of the supreme 12 2, 3 | in the same way as ~the attainment of the end is called the 13 2, 3 | that happiness is the attainment of the last ~end. But the 14 2, 3 | of the last ~end. But the attainment of the end does not consist 15 2, 3 | itself of the end is not the attainment of the ~end, but is a movement 16 2, 3 | last of all follows the attainment of the end, viz. ~delight 17 2, 3 | Secondly, as to the ~attainment of this thing; and thus 18 2, 4 | is nothing ~else but the attainment of the Sovereign Good, it 19 2, 4 | the universal good, the attainment of which results in ~delight: 20 2, 5 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE ATTAINMENT OF HAPPINESS (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 21 2, 5 | We must now consider the attainment of Happiness. Under this 22 2, 5 | answer that, Happiness is the attainment of the Perfect Good. Whoever, ~ 23 2, 5 | Sovereign Good; ~and the attainment or enjoyment of that same 24 2, 5 | made happy. But as to the attainment or ~enjoyment of this Good, 25 2, 5 | powers contribute to the attainment of that last end, by ~causing 26 2, 5 | helped by the angels in the attainment of his last end, in respect 27 2, 11 | itself; secondly, as ~the attainment thereof. These are not, 28 2, 11 | the ~enjoyment is as the attainment of this last end. And so, 29 2, 13 | whereby a man tends ~to the attainment of a thing; for the movement 30 2, 16 | itself, and sometimes the attainment or possession of that thing ~( 31 2, 23 | appetite a movement towards the attainment of the good ~beloved: and 32 2, 31 | occur ~all at once, yet the attainment of natural perfection does 33 2, 32 | for pleasure: namely, the attainment of the suitable good, and 34 2, 32 | and knowledge ~of this attainment. Now each of these consists 35 2, 32 | is an operation; and the attainment of the ~suitable good is 36 2, 32 | possibility, at least supposed, of attainment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] A[ 37 2, 32 | for pleasure, namely, the attainment of one's proper good, and ~ 38 2, 40 | arduous and difficult of attainment, as stated above. ~Aquin.: 39 2, 40 | future good, possible of ~attainment. But possible and impossible 40 2, 44 | things, as being possible of attainment; whereas fear is of evil 41 2, 60 | one same thing, viz. the attainment of some good ~or the avoidance 42 2, 95 | evils; "usefulness" to the attainment of good; "clearness of ~ 43 2, 99 | benefit ~consists in the attainment of some good, useful, pleasurable 44 2, 99 | bane of charity. But the attainment of temporal goods which 45 2, 113 | of the movement, or the ~attainment of the end. On the part 46 2, 113 | of the movement or the ~attainment of the end of the movement 47 2, 113 | impediment precedes the attainment of the end. And as the free-will' 48 2, 16 | knowledge of truth and the attainment of perfect goodness. ~Accordingly 49 2, 45 | his deeds. For though ~the attainment of the mean is the end of 50 2, 47 | count for much ~towards the attainment of perfect docility: and 51 2, 50 | as it were, from their attainment of the end, such as the 52 2, 81 | petitions relating to the attainment ~of good to be set forth 53 2, 81 | are three obstacles to our attainment of beatitude. First, ~there 54 2, 81 | directed to the ~end, and attainment of good precedes removal 55 2, 184 | school or exercise ~for the attainment of perfection, which men 56 2, 184 | Hence it is that in the attainment of the perfection of charity 57 2, 184 | state is not directed to the attainment of ~perfection, but rather 58 2, 185 | state is directed to the attainment of the perfection of charity, ~ 59 2, 186 | statutes ~more adapted to the attainment of the end in view.~Aquin.: 60 2, 186 | instrument or exercise ~for the attainment of perfection. Hence in 61 2, 186 | direction of others in the attainment of ~perfection; but those 62 2, 187 | spiritual schooling for the attainment of the perfection of charity. 63 2, 187 | state is a school for the attainment of ~holiness. Hence the 64 3, 65 | Confirmation: while, as regards the attainment of the end, it belongs to ~ 65 3, 65 | prepared for the immediate attainment of glory; and neither of 66 3, 79 | of this sacrament are the attainment of ~grace and glory, and 67 Suppl, 25| keeps man back from the ~attainment of glory, which he ought 68 Suppl, 49| thing, ~but as regards the attainment it stands last. It is the 69 Suppl, 65| something that renders the attainment of the ~principal or secondary 70 Suppl, 65| principal end, as ~rendering its attainment difficult or less satisfactory, 71 Suppl, 65| marriage is impossible of ~attainment, but also with those without 72 Suppl, 78| resurrection regards the attainment of his ultimate perfection, ~ 73 Suppl, 90| the appetite and will, the attainment of ~the end of an appetitive 74 Suppl, 92| and "joy" as regards the attainment of good.~Aquin.: SMT XP 75 Suppl, 92| immunity from evil, or to the attainment either of the suitable good, 76 Suppl, 93| essential reward, namely ~the attainment of the end, and this is 77 Suppl, 94| something spiritual, namely the ~attainment of their end, so will the 78 Suppl, 95| demerit is directed to the attainment of some further good or ~


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