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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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impulse

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1 1, 27 | similitude, ~but rather by way of impulse and movement towards an 2 1, 27 | certain ~vital movement and impulse, accordingly as anyone is 3 1, 36 | corporeal seems to signify impulse and motion; for we ~call 4 1, 39 | implies a certain violent ~impulse, according to Is. 25:4: " 5 1, 39 | implies a certain violent ~impulse, according to Is. 25:4: " 6 1, 80 | order that, following the ~impulse of the irascible appetite, 7 1, 94 | nakedness, for they felt the impulse of disobedience in ~the 8 1, 94 | state there was no interior impulse to evil, as in our present 9 1, 102| point is nothing but an impulse received from the archer. ~ 10 2, 10 | follow, of ~necessity, the impulse of their passions: for in 11 2, 14 | do not act through the impulse of passion, we act in virtue 12 2, 15 | consent, but also from the impulse of the appetite, such as 13 2, 16 | operation, and this is called impulse; then he makes use ~(of 14 2, 16 | will ~after choosing has an impulse to the operation, and afterwards 15 2, 17 | by commanding, man has an impulse towards an action. ~But 16 2, 17 | towards an action. ~But impulse to action is to be found 17 2, 17 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Impulse to action is in irrational 18 2, 17 | otherwise than ~in man. For the impulse of man to action arises 19 2, 17 | directing ~reason; wherefore his impulse is one of command. On the 20 2, 17 | On the other hand, the ~impulse of the irrational animal 21 2, 17 | Consequently in them is impulse but not command.~Aquin.: 22 2, 17 | Fide Orth. ii, 22) that impulse to ~action precedes use. 23 2, 17 | action precedes use. But impulse to operation is given by 24 2, 57 | choice and not merely from impulse or passion. And, ~since 25 2, 61 | by reason, ~against the impulse of passion, is found chiefly 26 2, 73 | since the stronger the impulse ~to sin, the less grievous 27 2, 73 | carnal sins have a stronger impulse, viz. our innate concupiscence 28 2, 77 | accord, and not through the impulse of ~a passion, the more 29 2, 78 | this arises through the impulse of the sensitive ~appetite, 30 2, 78 | impelled by habit, the impulse of which is stronger than 31 2, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The impulse due to passion, is, as it 32 2, 91 | beasts that are led by the impulse ~of sensuality, according 33 2, 91 | bereft of ~its vigor, this impulse of sensuality, whereby he 34 2, 107| them that every wicked ~impulse to hurt our brother is to 35 2, 33 | to do something under the impulse of ~pleasure, so again we 36 2, 51 | down from ~above by the impulse either of its own movement 37 2, 51 | rushed ~into action by the impulse of his will or of a passion, 38 2, 51 | ways; first through the ~impulse of the will or of a passion, 39 2, 51 | since it can resist ~the impulse of the passions, if it fail 40 2, 51 | which suffers a greater impulse to the ~contrary.~Aquin.: 41 2, 62 | another, by a kind of natural impulse, a sign of which is that 42 2, 121| the ~virtue, through the impulse of a passion, whether of 43 2, 134| good of reason ~against the impulse of the passions. Now among 44 2, 139| OBJ 2: Desire denotes an impulse of the appetite towards 45 2, 139| object of pleasure and this impulse needs control, which belongs 46 2, 139| appetite, ~against whose impulse the good of reason is safeguarded 47 2, 140| remain fixed "thereon, the ~impulse of custom," i.e. carnal 48 2, 141| restrains the ~appetite in its impulse towards something, may be 49 2, 141| will when stirred by the impulse of passion: and this movement 50 2, 142| from choice, but from an impulse of passion. Hence it falls 51 2, 152| it is committed under the impulse of a greater passion. It ~ 52 2, 152| compact, whether through the impulse of one's own lust, or with ~ 53 2, 153| is true that it begets an impulse to the pursuit of something, ~ 54 2, 153| of something, ~but this impulse follows an apprehension 55 2, 154| OBJ 2: It is owing to the impulse of passion that a man at 56 2, 154| reason counsels him. Now the impulse of ~passion may arise either 57 2, 159| movements which are a kind of impulse towards ~an object, there 58 2, 163| because it is there that ~the impulse of the soul dominates, while 59 2, 180| passions on account of his ~impulse to action is simply more


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