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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 114 | that "the ~light of the sun conduces to the generation of sensible 2 2, 4 | the ~fellowship of friends conduces to the well-being of Happiness. 3 2, 13 | choosing a thing is that it conduces to an end. ~But what is 4 2, 21 | when a man does that which conduces to his own benefit ~or disadvantage, 5 2, 21 | to him, in so far as it conduces to the good or ~harm of 6 2, 35 | the action of a contrary conduces to rapidity and ~intensity 7 2, 37 | OBJ[1]). But carefulness conduces to good ~work: wherefore 8 2, 40 | to love;~(8) Whether love conduces to action?~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 40 | especially in matters of war, conduces to action; for it is ~written ( 10 2, 42 | things. But experience conduces to the increase of hope 11 2, 42 | tends ~to increase evil, conduces to the increase of fear. 12 2, 44 | disturbance of the ~reason, it conduces to working well, in so far 13 2, 44 | But fear of other things conduces ~to action, in so far as 14 2, 45 | A[6]) that drunkenness conduces to ~hope, since the heat 15 2, 48 | speech. But increase in anger conduces to ~speech; as is evident 16 2, 48 | Therefore above all it conduces to ~speech. Therefore it 17 2, 50 | Remin. ii) ~that "custom conduces much to a good memory": 18 2, 59 | soul and body, whatever ~conduces to preserve the life of 19 2, 73 | because their excellence conduces to the gravity of their 20 2, 96 | observance of some point of law conduces to the common weal in the ~ 21 2, 100 | end the same as that which conduces to the end.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 100 | far as the generative act conduces to the ~common good of the 23 2, 101 | Reply OBJ 1: When that which conduces to an end is sufficient 24 2, 101 | repeated. But when that which conduces to an end ~is weak and imperfect, 25 2, 102 | the reason for whatever conduces to ~the end is taken from 26 2, 102 | the reason for whatever conduces ~to an end must be taken 27 2, 105 | regulation of ~possessions conduces much to the preservation 28 2, 23 | Now ~each virtuous act conduces to the engendering of virtue. 29 2, 23 | virtuous act of charity conduces to the increase of charity.~ 30 2, 23 | formation of the virtue, but conduces towards that ~effect by 31 2, 23 | intensity of the free-will conduces dispositively to a ~diminution 32 2, 34 | own evil, in so ~far as it conduces to the lessening of one' 33 2, 44 | the body, ~wherefore it conduces very much to the folly which 34 2, 63 | private individual, because it conduces to the injury of the whole ~ 35 2, 64 | in his things, but also conduces to ~the ignominy and injury 36 2, 66 | the case of a crime that conduces to the injury of the ~commonwealth, 37 2, 66 | example, when anyone's sin conduces to the bodily or spiritual 38 2, 72 | grievous sin than to do what conduces directly to ~enmity.~Aquin.: 39 2, 78 | necessary in the sense that it conduces to ~greater rectitude, although 40 2, 86 | be assured by us, but it conduces to our profit, in so far 41 2, 131 | them ~is disheartened, it conduces to pusillanimity.~Aquin.: 42 2, 139 | because it regards the many conduces ~more to the excellence 43 2, 145 | result the heat of ~the day conduces until the sun has reached 44 2, 145 | productive of nourishment, ~that conduces to the production of humor. 45 2, 146 | the other hand, abstinence conduces to the penetrating power ~ 46 2, 149 | as a mingling of bodies ~conduces to venereal pleasure which 47 2, 149 | mind with ~certain things conduces to a pleasure which is the 48 2, 159 | one ought to do that which conduces to the detriment ~of another' 49 2, 178 | signs or of anything that conduces to the truth in view: ~although, 50 2, 180 | Reply OBJ 1: External labor conduces to the increase of the accidental ~ 51 2, 180 | work of the active life conduces to the contemplative, by 52 2, 183 | but ~voluntary poverty conduces instrumentally to the perfection 53 2, 184 | Ethic. x, 7,8). ~Now wealth conduces instrumentally to the happiness 54 2, 187 | keeping of the ~counsels conduces to the better observance 55 3, 39 | and of the person baptized conduces to ~the efficacy of baptism: 56 3, 64 | but, as man, His operation conduces to the ~inward sacramental 57 3, 64 | sacrament, while the latter conduces to the meritorious ~effect. 58 3, 89 | gloss adds that "their fall conduces to their good, ~because 59 Suppl, 9 | to one priest. For ~shame conduces to the diminution of punishment. 60 Suppl, 27| perform some action that ~conduces to the good of the Church 61 Suppl, 44| same identical quality that conduces to likeness, but the same ~ 62 Suppl, 69| after death, ~except what conduces to their punishment or to 63 Suppl, 69| therefrom; and thus their place ~conduces to their punishment or reward.~ 64 Suppl, 69| ad 3) the soul's place conduces to ~its punishment or reward 65 Suppl, 70| empyrean, in fact this somewhat conduces ~to their glory, so the 66 Suppl, 85| and the punishment of ~one conduces to the profit of another. 67 Suppl, 85| uncertainty ~of the judgment conduces to watchfulness in two ways. 68 Suppl, 88| universe, in so far as this conduces to man's ~increase of glory. 69 Suppl, 91| beauty of the thing seen conduces to the ~perfection of vision,


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