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indivisibly 1
indivision 3
indolence 2
induce 63
induced 53
inducement 15
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63 cardinal
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63 induce
63 judas
63 latin
63 lawgiver
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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induce

   Part, Question
1 1, 45 | which the agent intends to induce, as fire intends to reduce 2 1, 46 | which the agent intends to induce, as fire intends to reduce 3 1, 105 | Reply OBJ 2: One angel can induce another to love God by persuasion 4 2, 6 | then, ignorance ~does not induce one to wish this to be done, 5 2, 69 | that ~no persecution will induce him to renounce them. Hence 6 2, 73 | distinction; for some of them induce the will to sin in accord ~ 7 2, 80 | 1 ~Whether the devil can induce man to sin, by internal 8 2, 80 | seem that the devil cannot induce man to sin, by ~internal 9 2, 80 | man's internal movements induce him to ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 80 | moving either of which he can induce man to sin. For his operation 11 2, 80 | 1~Whether the devil can induce man to sin of necessity?~ 12 2, 80 | seem that the devil can induce man to sin of necessity. ~ 13 2, 80 | A[2]). Therefore he can induce man to sin of necessity.~ 14 2, 80 | devil. Therefore he cannot induce man to ~sin of necessity.~ 15 2, 89 | stated anywhere that it does induce a stain, this is ~in a restricted 16 2, 91 | it belongs to the law to induce men to observe its ~commandments. 17 2, 92 | the effect of a law is to induce its subjects to be ~good, 18 2, 102 | purpose of the Law was to ~induce men to have reverence for 19 2, 9 | the faith known, how to induce others to believe, and confute ~ 20 2, 21 | cause, ~there is no need to induce it by another. Now man is 21 2, 21 | a precept of the Law to induce him to do this.~Aquin.: 22 2, 21 | it is for a wise man ~to induce men not only to observe 23 2, 21 | decalogue, and it was enough to induce men ~to hope by the inclusion 24 2, 24 | done to us, but purpose to induce our enemy to love ~us on 25 2, 38 | consent to a thing, who induce others to do it. ~But it 26 2, 38 | for bishops and clerics to induce others to fight: for ~it 27 2, 46 | conjectures in order to ~induce a certain suspicion, or 28 2, 53 | words ~of Holy Writ do not induce anyone to sin; and yet they 29 2, 53 | anyone to sin; and yet they induce us to be ~crafty, according 30 2, 67 | Wherefore, since it is a sin to induce a man to sin, or to take ~ 31 2, 69 | must give up the case, or induce his client to give ~way, 32 2, 71 | persuasion, which does not induce necessity. On the ~other 33 2, 76 | is by no means lawful to induce a man to sin, yet it ~is 34 2, 76 | word. If however he were to induce him to swear by false gods, 35 2, 76 | is by ~no means lawful to induce a man to lend under a condition 36 2, 88 | Further, to adjure is to induce a person to swear. Now it 37 2, 88 | belongs ~to man's superior to induce him to swear, for the superior 38 2, 88 | OBJ 3: To adjure is not to induce a man to swear, but to employ ~ 39 2, 88 | cast ~out devils." Now to induce anyone to do a certain thing 40 2, 89 | things; and that we may induce others, who hear ~him praised, 41 2, 96 | but it is not lawful to induce him to swear by false gods. 42 2, 152 | phantasms are disturbed so as to induce the ~aforesaid result. Sometimes 43 2, 154 | admonishment and correction, which induce him to begin to resist his ~ 44 2, 185 | needs of secular ~business induce men to frequent the palaces 45 2, 187 | 9) Whether one ought to induce others to enter religion?~( 46 2, 187 | who ~enter religion, or induce others to enter religion, 47 2, 187 | 1/1~Whether one ought to induce others to enter religion?~ 48 2, 187 | seem that no one ought to induce others to enter ~religion. 49 2, 187 | therefore is it lawful to ~induce anyone to enter religion. ~ 50 2, 187 | would seem to do those who induce persons to enter religion. ~ 51 2, 187 | Further, no one should induce another to do what is to 52 2, 187 | not seem praiseworthy to induce ~others to enter religion.~ 53 2, 187 | I answer that, Those who induce others to enter religion 54 3, 41 | devil tempts in order to induce us to sin. But if ~Christ 55 3, 86 | does not, in ~this respect, induce a debt of eternal punishment. 56 Suppl, 25| kind of pious fraud, to induce men to ~do well, just as 57 Suppl, 36| it would not be safe to ~induce him to an execution of his 58 Suppl, 47| free condition: but he may induce him for a reasonable ~cause; 59 Suppl, 47| and they are bound to induce them in good faith.~Aquin.: 60 Suppl, 58| we ~cannot; and those who induce them to do such things are 61 Suppl, 62| wife's repentance should induce the husband not to ~accuse 62 Suppl, 72| have certain signs that ~induce people to reverence and 63 Appen1, 1| another, least of all so as to induce corruption by the ~action


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