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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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attaining

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | perfection consists in the attaining to something ~else as the 2 1, 9 | either in being, or in ~attaining to its end. Now if the mutability 3 1, 62 | nature was made by God for attaining grace and beatitude, so ~ 4 1, 73 | above ~said. Now for the attaining of beatitude two things 5 1, 63 | nature was made by God for attaining grace and beatitude, so ~ 6 1, 72 | above ~said. Now for the attaining of beatitude two things 7 2, 3 | disturb and hinder man in attaining the last end: consequent 8 2, 3 | knowledge ~precedes love in attaining: for "naught is loved save 9 2, 3 | perfection will consist in his attaining to a contemplation such 10 2, 5 | Further, Happiness consists in attaining the Sovereign Good. But ~ 11 2, 5 | which is not capable of attaining ~this good, but attains 12 2, 5 | of man ~are necessary for attaining Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT FS 13 2, 5 | end, ~and at the same time attaining the end; just as sometimes 14 2, 16 | the end for the purpose of attaining it, as stated above. Hence ~ 15 2, 20 | movement is perfected ~by attaining its end or reaching its 16 2, 27 | they ~hinder one another in attaining the position they covet.~ 17 2, 85 | obstacle is placed ~against its attaining its term. Now if it were 18 2, 85 | which is place against its attaining its term, it is evident ~ 19 2, 85 | Christ's sufferings, before attaining to the ~immortality and 20 2, 98 | is of some assistance in ~attaining the end, but is not sufficient 21 2, 2 | virtue which are the means of attaining salvation. Now an ~act of 22 2, 3 | salvation, if it is ~a means of attaining the end of virtue. Now the 23 2, 16 | virtue depends on a man's attaining, by hoping, the ~due rule, 24 2, 22 | nature of virtue ~consists in attaining God, as also stated above 25 2, 22 | of good acts, consists in attaining the rule of human acts. 26 2, 22 | virtues, which consist in ~attaining this first rule, since their 27 2, 22 | virtues, which consist in attaining ~human reason: and it follows 28 2, 32 | prove an obstacle to our attaining the perfection of ~Divine 29 2, 33 | sensuality alone, without ~attaining to the consent of reason, 30 2, 46 | The first of these is the attaining ~of science by demonstration, 31 2, 49 | discovering evil means for attaining a good end, even as in ~ 32 2, 53 | devise ~certain ways of attaining his purpose, and for the 33 2, 56 | act is made good through attaining the rule of reason, which 34 2, 81 | withdraw from evil before attaining good. ~Therefore it seems 35 2, 86 | by a maiden, even before ~attaining the age of puberty, is valid, 36 2, 86 | Therefore even before ~attaining to puberty children can 37 2, 109 | habit of holiness, without ~attaining the merit of perfection, 38 2, 132 | in reference to hope, by attaining to the difficulty, ~not 39 2, 139 | objects of fear in the hope of attaining some good, so, too, ~temperance, 40 2, 150 | namely ~the purpose of attaining this pleasure. Of these 41 2, 181 | is thereby hindered from attaining that ~which is proper to 42 2, 182 | the ~counsels are means of attaining to perfection, since it 43 2, 184 | exercise and a school for attaining to the perfection of charity. 44 2, 184 | efficient exercise for the attaining of perfect charity, it ~ 45 2, 184 | deprived ~of the hope of attaining perfection, he admitted 46 3, 4 | intellectual, was made for attaining to the Word to ~some extent 47 3, 4 | capable of God, viz. by attaining to Him through its own ~ 48 3, 29 | be true by reason of its ~attaining its perfection. Now perfection 49 3, 39 | govern or teach others before attaining to perfect age.~Aquin.: 50 3, 52 | Purgatory He gave hope of attaining to glory: while upon the 51 3, 52 | something upon them as to their ~attaining glory: and in consequence 52 3, 72 | perfection consists in man's ~attaining to the perfect age, and 53 3, 79 | bestows grace?~(2) Whether the attaining of glory is an effect of 54 3, 79 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the attaining of glory is an effect of 55 3, 79 | OBJ 1: It seems that the attaining of glory is not an effect 56 3, 79 | sacrament does not cause the attaining of glory.~Aquin.: SMT TP 57 3, 79 | sacrament is not the cause of ~attaining unto glory.~Aquin.: SMT 58 3, 79 | sacrament does not cause the attaining of glory.~Aquin.: SMT TP 59 3, 79 | of glory. ~Therefore the attaining of glory is an effect of 60 3, 79 | sacrament to cause the ~attaining of eternal life. Because 61 3, 79 | forgiveness of ~sin and the attaining of grace and glory, whereas 62 Suppl, 43| is the same in ~both for attaining the use of reason which 63 Suppl, 69| not set at rest by their attaining their end. ~Consequently 64 Suppl, 72| conformity they ~acquired by attaining to the perfection of the 65 Suppl, 72| and for which reason the attaining thereto is ~not natural.~ 66 Suppl, 75| more or equally adapted for attaining the end. It is not ~so here,


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