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voluntariness 37
voluntary 459
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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voluntarily

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | So also whatever is done ~voluntarily must also be traced back 2 1, 19 | whatever God does, He does voluntarily. But God does not ~always 3 1, 19 | rational creatures to act ~voluntarily and of themselves. Other 4 1, 41 | Therefore He proceeds ~voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 5 1, 41 | Therefore He proceeds ~voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 6 1, 104 | moved the will; for to be ~voluntarily moved means to be moved 7 1, 104 | Reply OBJ 2: To be moved voluntarily, is to be moved from within, 8 1, 105 | Reply OBJ 3: An angel turns voluntarily to enlighten another angel, 9 1, 110 | by the ~will of man who voluntarily imagines what he previously 10 2, 6 | 3: Further, he that acts voluntarily, can act of himself. But 11 2, 10 | naturally and some are done ~voluntarily. There is, however, another 12 2, 21 | that "in art, he who sins voluntarily is preferable; but ~in prudence, 13 2, 77 | case he is considered to do voluntarily ~whatever he does through 14 2, 87 | one ~takes upon oneself voluntarily, one may bear another's 15 2, 105 | a man sinned in any way voluntarily, and yet through weakness, 16 2, 1 | choice, ~whereby it turns voluntarily to one side rather than 17 2, 45 | art it is ~better to err voluntarily than involuntarily, whereas 18 2, 45 | commanding: wherefore he who sins voluntarily against ~his craft is reputed 19 2, 45 | is more imprudent to sin ~voluntarily, since this is to be lacking 20 2, 56 | merit, ~when a man does voluntarily that which is necessary 21 2, 57 | involuntarily. Therefore a man can ~voluntarily suffer injustice especially 22 2, 57 | a man suffers injustice ~voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 23 2, 57 | happen to suffer an injustice voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 24 2, 57 | essentially what he does voluntarily, and on the ~other hand 25 2, 57 | do an injustice ~except voluntarily, nor suffer an injustice 26 2, 57 | unintentionally), or to be suffered voluntarily (as when a man ~voluntarily 27 2, 57 | voluntarily (as when a man ~voluntarily gives to another more than 28 2, 57 | OBJ 1: When one man gives voluntarily to another that which he ~ 29 2, 57 | injustice, because ~he suffers voluntarily; and on the other hand a 30 2, 59 | commutations are ~when a man voluntarily transfers his chattel to 31 2, 63 | The fact that the wife voluntarily consents to the ~adultery, 32 2, 66 | whether a ~man injures another voluntarily or not. Voluntary injury 33 2, 76 | gives usury does not give it voluntarily simply, but ~under a certain 34 2, 79 | OBJ 2: Even a slave can voluntarily do his duty by his master, 35 2, 79 | Furiam.], by ~doing his duty voluntarily. In like manner, to render 36 2, 79 | in so far as man does so voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 37 2, 79 | virtue, provided it be ~done voluntarily. Hence the argument proves 38 2, 84 | kind that they be offered voluntarily, ~according to Ex. 25:2, 39 2, 86 | own vow] ~when one does it voluntarily. Now to "purpose" is an 40 2, 86 | something that one does voluntarily for someone ~else: since 41 2, 86 | in so far as it is done voluntarily, ~but not in so far as there 42 2, 86 | as these things are ~done voluntarily, although they are necessary 43 2, 98 | the demand be acceded to ~voluntarily. In all these cases, however, 44 2, 106 | without having ~deserved it voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 45 2, 106 | punished without ~having voluntarily deserved it.~Aquin.: SMT 46 2, 106 | those who have deserved it voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 47 2, 106 | except for ~something done voluntarily. Secondly, punishment may 48 2, 122 | suffered ~martyrdom even voluntarily. Since, however, Scripture 49 2, 185 | shabbiness, ~since he acts thus voluntarily and not of necessity, we 50 3, 15 | of His human nature, He voluntarily assumed fear, even ~as sorrow.~ 51 3, 37 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: As Christ voluntarily took upon Himself our death, 52 3, 46 | own part, who ~suffered voluntarily. Yet it was necessary from 53 3, 46 | and sorrow were accepted voluntarily, to ~the end of men's deliverance 54 3, 47 | His life, or to have died voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 55 3, 47 | and died, nevertheless, voluntarily; because violence was inflicted 56 3, 47 | suffer necessarily, but ~voluntarily. Therefore He did not suffer 57 3, 47 | A[2]), Christ suffered voluntarily out ~of obedience to the 58 Suppl, 2 | out which ~we committed voluntarily. But ignorance takes away 59 Suppl, 3 | sorrow which is ~assumed voluntarily greater than other sorrows - 60 Suppl, 3 | part, in so far as ~it is voluntarily undergone for sin, as the 61 Suppl, 6 | doing. But confession made voluntarily to a man in order ~to receive 62 Suppl, 12| far as the deed is done voluntarily by the one who offers satisfaction, ~ 63 Suppl, 66| become irregular except voluntarily. But ~sometimes a man marries 64 Suppl, 67| adultery to which she had voluntarily yielded, it was assigned 65 Suppl, 72| pain suffered in this ~life voluntarily cleanses much more than 66 Suppl, 86| Since then ~those who are voluntarily poor are not all apostles, 67 Suppl, 86| their own body. whereas the voluntarily poor offer sacrifice of ~ 68 Suppl, 86| than with those who are voluntarily poor.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] 69 Suppl, 86| than to those who are poor ~voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 70 Suppl, 86| them rather than ~to the voluntarily poor.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] 71 Suppl, 86| merit than many of ~the voluntarily poor. Therefore the voluntarily 72 Suppl, 86| voluntarily poor. Therefore the voluntarily poor will not judge where ~ 73 Suppl, 86| promised to all who are voluntarily poor, but to those who leave 74 Suppl, 93| but because it is suffered voluntarily: since we ~merit only through 75 Suppl, 93| that which one ~suffers voluntarily is difficult and naturally 76 Appen1, 2| suffer ~that punishment voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 77 Appen1, 2| undergo that punishment voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[


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