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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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avoidance

   Part, Question
1 2, 23 | tends from it, as hatred, avoidance or dislike, and sorrow. 2 2, 35 | pursuit," the other a kind of "avoidance," which ~"are to the appetite, 3 2, 36 | the appetite towards the ~avoidance of evil. But since concupiscence 4 2, 41 | vi, 2) that "pursuit and ~avoidance in the appetite are what 5 2, 41 | many. Therefore neither is avoidance ~anything special in the 6 2, 41 | is nothing but a kind of ~avoidance of evil. Therefore it is 7 2, 41 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Not every avoidance in the appetite is fear, 8 2, 41 | the appetite is fear, but avoidance ~of a special object, as 9 2, 41 | stated. Wherefore, though avoidance be something ~common, yet 10 2, 41 | good, so fear arises ~from avoidance of evil; while avoidance 11 2, 41 | avoidance of evil; while avoidance of evil arises from the 12 2, 41 | love and hatred, desire and avoidance, imply a certain ~inclination 13 2, 42 | pursuit is of good, while avoidance is of evil. ~Consequently 14 2, 42 | whatever movement implies avoidance, ~has an evil for its object. 15 2, 42 | Wherefore, since fear implies an avoidance, ~in the first place and 16 2, 45 | either of pursuit or ~of avoidance. Again, pursuit or avoidance 17 2, 45 | avoidance. Again, pursuit or avoidance is of something either by ~ 18 2, 45 | and evil, the object of avoidance: but by ~reason of something 19 2, 45 | good can be the object of avoidance, through ~some evil attaching 20 2, 45 | follows pursuit of good; and avoidance of good follows avoidance 21 2, 45 | avoidance of good follows avoidance of evil. ~Now these four 22 2, 45 | of good ~belongs to hope, avoidance of evil to fear, the pursuit 23 2, 45 | belongs to daring, and the avoidance of good to despair. It follows, ~ 24 2, 45 | is prior to evil, yet ~avoidance of evil precedes avoidance 25 2, 45 | avoidance of evil precedes avoidance of good; just as the pursuit 26 2, 60 | attainment of some good ~or the avoidance of some evil: thus from 27 2, 60 | passions, for hatred leads to avoidance or dislike, and this leads 28 2, 77 | fear which pertains to avoidance of evil: for every sin ~ 29 2, 77 | good, or from inordinate ~avoidance of some evil. But each of 30 2, 77 | also, through inordinate avoidance of evil ~things, as stated 31 2, 77 | mentioned here ~pertaining to avoidance of evil. Therefore the causes 32 2, 77 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Avoidance of evil is caused by the 33 2, 77 | cause ~inordinately the avoidance of evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS 34 2, 84 | 5/5~On the other hand, avoidance of good on account of an 35 2, 94 | as evil, and ~objects of avoidance. Wherefore according to 36 2, 99 | or virtuous, ~or in the avoidance of some contrary evil. Hence 37 2, 18 | principally regards evil, the avoidance of ~which it denotes, wherefore 38 2, 18 | movement of fear is like one of avoidance, fear ~implies avoidance 39 2, 18 | avoidance, fear ~implies avoidance of a possible arduous evil, 40 2, 18 | of glory. ~Therefore the avoidance of this evil that consists 41 2, 18 | while in this life there is avoidance of this evil as ~of something 42 2, 19 | correspond to search and avoidance in the ~appetite; while 43 2, 33 | Ethic. x, 6). Now in the avoidance of sorrow the order observed 44 2, 33 | are both end and means. Avoidance ~of the end is the result 45 2, 33 | result of "despair," while avoidance of those goods ~which are 46 2, 38 | advancement of good, or the avoidance ~of evil. Hence Augustine 47 2, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the avoidance of any sin is a spiritual 48 2, 45 | ensuing of good and ~to the avoidance of evil. Nevertheless Augustine 49 2, 45 | Augustine ascribes "the avoidance ~of ambushes" to prudence, 50 2, 47 | opposite evil, but the avoidance of outward hindrances is 51 2, 77 | precepts which regard the avoidance of evil, so the sin of omission 52 2, 122 | above (Q[110], AA[3],4), avoidance of a lie, to whatever truth 53 2, 123 | generic acceptation denotes avoidance in ~general. Hence in this 54 2, 127 | regard pursuit rather ~than avoidance, for a man is said to be 55 2, 139 | passions which pertain to avoidance of evil, presuppose the 56 2, 145 | reason direct this to ~the avoidance of spiritual evils and the 57 Suppl, 13| serve as a remedy for the avoidance of sin. ~Accordingly, as 58 Suppl, 13| efficacious remedy for the avoidance of sin. But this is by way 59 Suppl, 25| a better remedy for the avoidance of sin than ~does habituation 60 Suppl, 67| to divorce a wife was the avoidance of ~wife-murder. Now the


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