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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | necessarily will things that conduce ~to it, unless they are 2 1, 19 | Nom. iv, 23): "Evil would conduce ~to the perfection of everything," 3 1, 19 | saying that "evil would conduce to the perfection of the ~ 4 1, 70 | agree with others that conduce to that adornment, for they 5 1, 71 | agree with others that conduce to that adornment, for they 6 1, 112 | works, it does nevertheless conduce to their being protected 7 2, 12 | measure of heat and cold conduce to ~health; or because two 8 2, 13 | what is impossible cannot conduce to an end. A sign of this 9 2, 14 | counsel, ~although they conduce to the end, as the Philosopher 10 2, 37 | the mind to wander, ~can conduce to the acquisition of learning 11 2, 37 | sorrow be moderate, it can conduce accidentally to the ~facility 12 2, 37 | wherefore these passions conduce to the well-being ~of the 13 2, 38 | Therefore ~they do not conduce to the assuaging of sorrow.~ 14 2, 42 | unwontedness and suddenness conduce to ~both of these causes. 15 2, 44 | Therefore fear does not conduce to counsel, but hinders 16 2, 92 | acts; as far as human acts conduce to virtue, so far does ~ 17 2, 98 | goodness of a law that it conduce to ~the common welfare, 18 2, 98 | sufficient in itself to conduce to the end: ~while there 19 2, 101 | For those things which conduce to an end should be ~proportionate 20 2, 101 | therefore, every law should conduce to man's salvation, as Isidore 21 2, 101 | an end is sufficient to conduce ~thereto, then one such 22 2, 12 | this same allegiance might conduce to great corruption of the 23 2, 23 | Therefore ~it does not conduce to a more excellent charity, 24 2, 23 | corruption may be ~said to conduce indirectly to its diminution, 25 2, 28 | only upon such goods as conduce to life, and ~especially 26 2, 31 | probable that this would not conduce to our brother's amendment, 27 2, 61 | and less ~learned man may conduce more to the common good, 28 2, 68 | knowledge, for instance if they conduce to the spiritual or corporal ~ 29 2, 74 | evil to another man, or to conduce to that evil by commanding ~ 30 2, 81 | the ~just, which graces conduce to the profit of many, according 31 2, 86 | something to God, does not conduce to His profit, nor does ~ 32 2, 86 | dispensation from that vow ~would conduce. Hence the dispensation 33 2, 87 | God's honor ~that they may conduce to our neighbor's good, 34 2, 94 | characters on them which do not conduce to any effect ~naturally, 35 2, 106 | those sins ~alone which conduce to the grave undoing of 36 2, 127 | Whether goods of fortune conduce to magnanimity?~Aquin.: 37 2, 127 | goods of fortune do not conduce to magnanimity. For ~according 38 2, 127 | goods of fortune do not conduce to magnanimity.~Aquin.: 39 2, 127 | goods of fortune do not conduce to magnanimity.~Aquin.: 40 2, 127 | good fortune ~seems to conduce to magnanimity."~Aquin.: 41 2, 127 | end. Now goods of fortune conduce to both these things. For 42 2, 127 | evident that goods of fortune conduce to ~magnanimity.~Aquin.: 43 2, 139 | objects of these ~senses conduce to the pleasurable use of 44 2, 145 | things that heat the body conduce especially to heat: flatulent 45 2, 154 | operations of these organs ~conduce somewhat to those operations 46 2, 159 | other virtues, lest they conduce ~to the detriment of others. 47 2, 179 | Such acts are those that conduce to ~the quiet of contemplation, 48 2, 184 | in happiness. ~Now riches conduce to happiness; for it is 49 2, 184 | other hand, it does not ~conduce to the happiness of the 50 3, 50 | that Christ's death did not conduce in any way to ~our salvation. 51 3, 64 | that their merits would conduce to the sacramental effect - 52 3, 68 | and their unbelief would conduce rather to the damnation 53 3, 87 | and the Lord's Prayer ~conduce to the remission of venial 54 3, 87 | anything else of the kind, conduce to the ~remission of venial 55 3, 87 | far as they are concerned, conduce to ~the remission of all 56 3, 89 | path, God makes even this conduce to his good." But this would 57 Suppl, 15| of satisfaction that may conduce to the glory of God ~must 58 Suppl, 15| needs to be good that it may conduce to ~God's honor, and it 59 Suppl, 69| corporeal place cannot conduce to their punishment or reward, 60 Suppl, 70| bodily fire, ~this will not conduce to its punishment, but rather 61 Suppl, 70| seer. wherefore it cannot conduce to his ~punishment, as seen. 62 Suppl, 79| useless, because they will conduce to the ~integrity of human 63 Suppl, 84| Divine energy will especially conduce to this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 64 Suppl, 84| as the Divine power will conduce to this so that ~the Judge' 65 Suppl, 87| glory of His humanity will conduce to their punishment, as 66 Suppl, 90| of the body will somewhat conduce to the ~perfection of the 67 Suppl, 90| itself of the body will conduce instrumentally, as it were, 68 Suppl, 90| 10) that external goods conduce instrumentally to the ~happiness 69 Suppl, 90| the body's glory ~will conduce to the intensity of the 70 Suppl, 90| God, in so far as ~it will conduce to the more perfect operation 71 Suppl, 92| Bridegroom, in so far as they conduce to ~His glory and honor, 72 Suppl, 94| so will all the elements ~conduce to the torture of the damned, 73 Suppl, 94| that its brightness will ~conduce to the joy of the blessed,


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