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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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draws

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | inasmuch as the intellect draws to the "suppositum" what 2 1, 13 | places in the predicate it draws to the nature of ~the form 3 1, 19 | perfection of the ~universe," draws a conclusion by reduction 4 1, 23 | xxvi. in ~Joan.): "Why He draws one, and another He draws 5 1, 23 | draws one, and another He draws not, seek not to judge, ~ 6 1, 62 | the operation of ~God, Who draws the soul towards Himself, 7 1, 64 | of our ~intellect which draws its knowledge from phantasms; 8 1, 64 | merely because our ~intellect draws knowledge from phantasms. 9 1, 63 | the operation of ~God, Who draws the soul towards Himself, 10 1, 65 | of our ~intellect which draws its knowledge from phantasms; 11 1, 65 | merely because our ~intellect draws knowledge from phantasms. 12 1, 115 | the poet wrote: "Thy fate draws thee."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 13 2, 23 | mover, in a fashion, either draws the patient ~to itself, 14 2, 28 | united to him. ~Therefore he draws the beloved to himself, 15 2, 28 | dwell intently on one thing draws the mind from other ~things. 16 2, 30 | inasmuch as, when absent, it draws the faculty to itself; and 17 2, 37 | result is that if one thing draws upon itself the ~entire 18 2, 37 | sensible pain above all draws the soul's ~attention to 19 2, 61 | commanding the other virtues it draws them all into the service 20 2, 66 | conclusions. But wisdom draws conclusions from indemonstrable ~ 21 2, 70 | the sensitive, appetite draws man to sensible goods which ~ 22 2, 73 | unitive, in as much as it draws man's ~affections from the 23 2, 73 | so far ~as a circumstance draws a sin from one kind to another: 24 2, 77 | good. Now when a passion draws the will to that which is 25 2, 77 | knowledge; and when it ~draws it to that which is good 26 2, 77 | apparently, but not really, it draws it to ~that which appears 27 2, 77 | Further, if it be said that it draws the reason from its ~knowledge 28 2, 77 | it seems that a passion draws the reason counter to its ~ 29 2, 77 | in this way that passion draws the reason ~to judge in 30 2, 77 | inclination of the passion, and draws his conclusion ~accordingly. 31 2, 77 | of the sensitive appetite draws or inclines the reason or 32 2, 80 | 3, says that the devil ~"draws the mind to evil desires"; 33 2, 82 | precedence, for it clouds and draws the reason, as stated above ( 34 2, 84 | the root of a tree, ~which draws its sustenance from earth, 35 2, 88 | not a circumstance that draws a sin to ~another species, 36 2, 109 | subject to God when God draws man's will to Himself, as 37 2, 110 | special love, whereby He draws the rational creature above ~ 38 2, 30 | mammon unjust, because it draws our affections by the various 39 2, 32 | Dionysius ~(Div. Nom. i) God draws all things to Himself. Therefore 40 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God draws all things to Himself, in 41 2, 42 | punishments; and an ~untrue faith draws man's affections to an untrue 42 2, 51 | which ~absorbs the mind, and draws it to sensible delight. 43 2, 76 | for some good, since He draws some good from every evil 44 2, 94 | commend ~everything whence it draws its comparisons, as in the 45 2, 127 | yet it is not this that draws it to a species ~of virtue, 46 2, 172 | the prophetic light ~that draws the soul away to supernatural 47 2, 184 | possession of worldly things draws a man's mind to the love 48 2, 185 | because the very strangeness draws people's attention to him. 49 2, 185 | all strange behavior that draws people's ~attention, for 50 2, 185 | Christian religion ~when a man draws attention to himself by 51 3, 32 | shall ~come upon thee," draws the conclusion: "Therefore 52 3, 48 | relation to the ~Godhead it draws infinite might from It, 53 3, 53 | measure to us ~that day draws its origin from night: for, 54 Suppl, 11| the stronger of two things draws the other to itself. ~Now 55 Suppl, 11| sin as man. ~Therefore it draws the latter to itself: and 56 Suppl, 28| public, and by its example draws many to sin. Therefore the 57 Suppl, 47| compulsion, for which reason it draws a ~distinction between violence 58 Suppl, 62| this circumstance which draws the sin to another species, ~ 59 Suppl, 89| of those things which he draws to his soul by the images


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