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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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instinct

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | by nature; and by natural instinct ~they are moved to any action 2 1, 19 | necessity, nor be natural instinct. For our will to be happy 3 1, 19 | free-will, but to natural instinct. Hence other animals, ~that 4 1, 19 | moved to act by natural instinct, are not said to be moved 5 1, 77 | intentions only by some natural ~instinct, while man perceives them 6 1, 82 | reason, but from natural instinct. And the same thing is to 7 1, 82 | is ~not from a natural instinct, but from some act of comparison 8 1, 95 | participated prudence of natural instinct, in regard to ~certain particular 9 1, 95 | animals by their natural instinct have a certain ~participation 10 1, 112 | depart from the natural instinct of good by reason ~of a 11 1, 114 | that man is led by ~natural instinct to his actions, just as 12 2, 11 | according to ~a natural instinct to whatever they apprehend. 13 2, 12 | to something by ~natural instinct. The other way of intending 14 2, 12 | desiring the end by natural instinct, they are ~moved to an end, 15 2, 13 | hear sounds, are prudent by instinct." ~We see this plainly, 16 2, 15 | in them through natural instinct. Hence in the irrational 17 2, 16 | something from natural ~instinct; not through knowing the 18 2, 17 | animal arises from natural instinct; because as ~soon as they 19 2, 40 | act from a certain natural instinct. Consequently, in the ~actions 20 2, 40 | is moved by its natural instinct to something future, as 21 2, 40 | the future. Because this instinct is planted in them by the ~ 22 2, 41 | animal is moved by natural instinct to hope ~for a future good, 23 2, 46 | Dumb animals have a natural instinct imparted to them by ~the 24 2, 46 | as through their natural instinct they are moved by ~their 25 2, 50 | as they act from natural instinct: secondly, according ~as 26 2, 50 | as they act from natural ~instinct, they are ordained to one 27 2, 50 | animals act ~from natural instinct: and so in them there are 28 2, 68 | who ~are moved by Divine instinct, there is no need to take 29 2, 68 | are opposed to the Divine instinct. For the ~same thing is 30 2, 68 | man to ~be moved by the instinct of God, as by a superior 31 2, 100 | but instilled by natural instinct. Therefore not all the moral ~ 32 2, 100 | not by reason of a natural instinct, as in the case of the ~ 33 2, 103 | believed that a ~heavenly instinct, like a private law, prompted 34 2, 2 | what is more, by the inward instinct of the Divine invitation: 35 2, 10 | should not thwart his inner ~instinct, and the outward preaching 36 2, 65 | delegated to him by Divine instinct. This is indicated where 37 2, 65 | sentence of ~God, by whose instinct he was moved, as stated 38 2, 81 | on account of the natural instinct whereby they are moved by 39 2, 85 | by ~a kind of prophetic instinct gave tithes to Melchisedech, 40 2, 88 | certain ~holy men, by special instinct or Divine revelation, make 41 2, 91 | instructed by an ~inward instinct as to the way of worshiping 42 2, 93 | allowed that this is due to an instinct that, unknown ~to man, lies 43 2, 93 | animals' actions is a certain instinct whereby they are inclined ~ 44 2, 93 | of their actions. This ~instinct may proceed from a twofold 45 2, 93 | certain natural knowledge and instinct about things necessary for 46 2, 93 | In the second place, this instinct is produced by a spiritual 47 2, 95 | sign through the divine instinct, ~and so he did not sin. 48 2, 108 | do something by natural instinct, ~and a manifestation is 49 2, 169 | way by a most mysterious ~instinct to "which the human mind 50 2, 169 | the things he knows by ~instinct is sometimes such that he 51 2, 169 | are conceived of Divine instinct or of his own spirit. And ~ 52 2, 169 | which we know by Divine instinct are not all manifested with ~ 53 2, 169 | prophetic certitude, for this instinct is something imperfect in 54 2, 171 | prophecy, but a prophetic instinct. Nevertheless it ~must be 55 2, 172 | when a man, by an inward instinct, is moved to perform some ~ 56 2, 186 | says: "Before a diabolical instinct brought study into religion, 57 3, 25 | Apostles, led by the inward instinct of the Holy Ghost, ~handed 58 3, 36 | familiarity with the interior instinct of the Holy ~Ghost, and 59 3, 36 | and Anna, by the interior instinct of the Holy ~Ghost, according 60 3, 36 | perfection the interior instinct of the Holy ~Ghost was enough 61 3, 36 | star, the Magi, by human instinct, went to ~Jerusalem, to 62 3, 60 | man was moved by inward instinct and ~without any outward 63 3, 60 | were determined by inward instinct. But ~later on it became 64 3, 69 | movement which results from the instinct of grace. Hence it is ~written ( 65 Suppl, 18| priest guided by the Divine instinct. Therefore just as ~sometimes 66 Suppl, 18| priest, moved by ~Divine instinct, some times refrains from 67 Suppl, 18| entirely by the Divine ~instinct.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 68 Suppl, 65| other ~animals "the natural instinct." For brutes are rather 69 Suppl, 65| male and female, by natural instinct cling to the union of one 70 Suppl, 65| did not proceed from the instinct of the natural ~law. Hence, 71 Suppl, 93| perchance it ~be done by Divine instinct as an example of fortitude 72 Suppl, 93| on themselves by Divine instinct, and for this reason the ~


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