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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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concur

   Part, Question
1 1, 82 | of choice. Now two things concur in ~choice: one on the part 2 1, 105 | 2/2~Now since two things concur in the intellectual operation, 3 1, 110 | OBJ 1: Two dispositions concur in the virtue of faith; 4 1, 117 | evil; in ~this God does not concur.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 5 1, 117 | two wills would have to ~concur - to wit, that of the incoming 6 2, 1 | Whether all other creatures concur with man in that last end?~ 7 2, 1 | Whether other creatures concur in that last end?~Aquin.: 8 2, 1 | that all other creatures concur in man's last end. ~For 9 2, 1 | Therefore all other things ~concur in man's last end.~Aquin.: 10 2, 1 | Therefore other things, too, concur in man's last end.~Aquin.: 11 2, 1 | Therefore ~other things, too, concur in man's last end.~Aquin.: 12 2, 1 | Therefore ~other things do not concur in man's last end.~Aquin.: 13 2, 1 | end, thus all other things concur in man's last end, since 14 2, 1 | irrational creatures do ~not concur with man in this end. For 15 2, 4 | therefore these three must concur with ~Happiness; to wit, 16 2, 6 | him that ~is in fear, does concur somewhat in that which he 17 2, 12 | either because two things concur in the ~integrity of one 18 2, 13 | Now whenever two things ~concur to make one, one of them 19 2, 14 | thus pointing out that both concur in the act of choosing; 20 2, 46 | according as ~more things concur to set it up: thus a habit 21 2, 49 | operations several things must concur which may vary in their 22 2, 54 | consequently in so far ~as they concur in the one aspect of cognoscibility, 23 2, 60 | habit about things that concur ~in their source and end: 24 2, 60 | sciences. But the passions all concur in one source, viz. love; 25 2, 60 | OBJ 1: All the passions concur in one common principle 26 2, 72 | Q[71], A[6]), two things concur in the ~nature of sin, viz. 27 2, 74 | act of the sensuality can concur towards a mortal sin: ~yet 28 2, 83 | Therefore the powers which concur in this act, are chiefly 29 2, 113 | an ~act of humility also concur. For it may happen that 30 2, 113 | precede ~justification, or concur with the other virtues towards 31 2, 2 | we find ~that two things concur towards the perfection of 32 2, 46 | the ~things which need to concur for the perfect act of a 33 2, 69 | that these circumstances concur, and then we have ~to consider 34 2, 69 | aforesaid circumstances concur, else ~he would have to 35 2, 79 | aspects of the attributes concur under the aspect ~of first 36 2, 81 | perseveringly"; when all these four concur, we ~always obtain what 37 2, 86 | these two ~circumstances concur in children before the age 38 2, 93 | and if at any time they concur it will be by chance. But ~ 39 2, 108 | Accordingly if these three things concur, namely, falsehood of what 40 2, 126 | virtue, for though they concur in the act of fortitude, 41 2, 143 | useful, and the pleasant concur in ~the one subject.~Aquin.: 42 2, 145 | Reply OBJ 1: Three things concur in the act of procreation, 43 2, 155 | passions, to a certain extent, concur towards the same effect 44 2, 155 | men, in ~so far as they concur with charity, the greatest 45 2, 157 | OBJ 2: Mercy and clemency concur in this, that both shun 46 2, 159 | to humility: indeed they concur in this, that each is according ~ 47 2, 161 | that, Many movements may concur towards one sin, and the ~ 48 2, 181 | these three things ~may concur in the same subject: thus 49 3, 1 | of the Incarnation both concur; for by the Incarnation 50 3, 2 | that in which two ~things concur may be said to be composed 51 3, 3 | person several natures may concur accidentally, as ~in the 52 3, 19 | Now both these operations concur in one work, inasmuch ~as 53 3, 22 | is a king; but all these concur in ~Christ, as the fount 54 3, 56 | Reply OBJ 4: Two things concur in the justification of 55 3, 62 | several. But several things ~concur in the completion of a sacrament, 56 3, 67 | expressed is that several concur in ~conferring one Baptism: 57 3, 69 | both Baptism and Penance concur in producing the effect 58 3, 73 | Consequently, two things concur for the integrity of this ~ 59 Suppl, 8 | both these things should concur when possible. But when 60 Suppl, 36| consequently ~since many acts concur in the one exercise of his


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