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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tendency

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | with the ~common course and tendency of nature fall short.~Aquin.: 2 1, 35 | expressed a certain movement of ~tendency to perfection. But it cannot 3 1, 59 | reason; ~and another with a tendency towards particular good, 4 1, 59 | superadded to the essence; as tendency to a place comes from gravity 5 1, 59 | Now the will has a natural tendency towards good. Consequently 6 1, 60 | only ~according to the tendency of the nature to something. 7 1, 60 | things; because ~the natural tendency of things devoid of reason 8 1, 60 | towards itself. Such a natural tendency is ~evidenced from things 9 1, 62 | that fire has a natural ~tendency to give forth heat, and 10 1, 62 | consequently, fire has no ~tendency thereto, except in so far 11 1, 62 | thwarts or retards the tendency of the other; as happens 12 1, 62 | whereunto ~they have a natural tendency, they are not referred to 13 1, 62 | doing them. But they have no tendency to opposites ~with regard 14 1, 68 | vapor must be consumed, the tendency in light and ~rarefied bodies 15 1, 60 | reason; ~and another with a tendency towards particular good, 16 1, 60 | superadded to the essence; as tendency to a place comes from gravity 17 1, 60 | Now the will has a natural tendency towards good. Consequently 18 1, 61 | only ~according to the tendency of the nature to something. 19 1, 61 | things; because ~the natural tendency of things devoid of reason 20 1, 61 | towards itself. Such a natural tendency is ~evidenced from things 21 1, 63 | that fire has a natural ~tendency to give forth heat, and 22 1, 63 | consequently, fire has no ~tendency thereto, except in so far 23 1, 63 | thwarts or retards the tendency of the other; as happens 24 1, 63 | whereunto ~they have a natural tendency, they are not referred to 25 1, 63 | doing them. But they have no tendency to opposites ~with regard 26 1, 69 | vapor must be consumed, the tendency in light and ~rarefied bodies 27 1, 77 | itself has an inclination and tendency to the something extrinsic. 28 1, 80 | something arduous, because its tendency is to overcome and rise 29 1, 103 | active ~cause thereof. But tendency to not-being is unnatural 30 1, 103 | whereas a creature has this tendency of itself, since ~it is 31 1, 116 | corporeal matter has a natural tendency to obey spiritual substance ~ 32 2, 5 | make a will having a right tendency to the end, ~and at the 33 2, 6 | Therefore fear has a greater tendency than concupiscence to cause ~ 34 2, 11 | heavy body has a downward tendency, ~whereas a light body has 35 2, 11 | light body has an upward tendency. Yet the power of command 36 2, 23 | nature as to produce in us a tendency to it, which ~tendency pertains 37 2, 23 | a tendency to it, which ~tendency pertains to the passion 38 2, 23 | subject to evil; ~and this tendency is called "daring." Consequently, 39 2, 24 | OBJ 2: Passions having a tendency to good, are themselves 40 2, 24 | aversion from good, and a tendency to evil, are ~themselves 41 2, 25 | something else, wherefore its tendency from good is ~accidental, 42 2, 25 | understand the ~appetite's common tendency to desire or shun something.~ 43 2, 26 | movement of love has a twofold tendency: ~towards the good which 44 2, 30 | sensitive appetite can have no tendency to ~wisdom. Therefore concupiscence 45 2, 31 | have a corruptive and evil tendency, such as bodily ~ailments, 46 2, 31 | yet some passions have a ~tendency to something good, as stated 47 2, 33 | has of itself a natural tendency to cause ~thirst and desire 48 2, 36 | reason for its downward tendency.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 49 2, 36 | deprives it of its downward tendency, its consequent ~upward 50 2, 36 | its consequent ~upward tendency is not violent but natural 51 2, 38 | in itself, ~has a natural tendency to increase sorrow: yet 52 2, 46 | of anger has a twofold ~tendency: viz. to vengeance itself, 53 2, 46 | ensue from ~the natural tendency to anger, more than desire, 54 2, 46 | to ensue from a natural tendency to desire, which tendencies 55 2, 48 | certain bitterness ~with a tendency to destroy, for it seeks 56 2, 51 | to fire to have an upward tendency. Secondly, in ~respect of 57 2, 75 | virtue of its principal tendency, consequently causes a privation 58 2, 102 | worship to God. Now man's tendency is to reverence less ~those 59 2, 18 | by way of a relation of tendency to ~a term, whereas fear 60 2, 22 | power is completed in the tendency of the appetite towards 61 2, 33 | after unlawful things." This tendency to wander, ~if it reside 62 2, 48 | Now nature has a twofold ~tendency: first, to govern each thing 63 2, 80 | consideration has an opposite tendency to ~the first: for it is 64 2, 114 | friendship has a greater tendency to please than to displease: ~ 65 2, 169 | disposition of thy body ~has a tendency to death": and the saying 66 3, 57 | will predominate, by whose tendency and power Christ's ~body 67 3, 87 | happen to him to hamper that tendency would be displeasing ~to 68 Suppl, 56| has a natural corruptive tendency. To this is ~likened Confirmation, 69 Suppl, 82| its essence has a natural tendency to move the sight, ~and 70 Suppl, 82| its essence has a natural tendency to perceive light, even ~


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