Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
displeasing 30
displeasure 48
disposal 22
dispose 65
disposed 300
disposes 82
disposeth 1
Frequency    [«  »]
65 cometh
65 contention
65 destruction
65 dispose
65 effective
65 escape
65 estimate
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

dispose

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | turn oneself to God is to dispose oneself for grace; ~hence 2 1, 63 | turn oneself to God is to dispose oneself for grace; ~hence 3 1, 78 | laws of things eternal we dispose of temporal things.~Aquin.: 4 1, 104 | cause, to imprint a form, to dispose to that form, ~and to give 5 1, 109 | that corporeal agents only dispose [matter] for ~the forms. 6 1, 116 | that natural agents only ~dispose (matter) to receive forms, 7 2, 49 | in various ways: so as to dispose the subject ~well or ill 8 2, 51 | that those habits, which ~dispose to this end, exceed the 9 2, 52 | habit, ~such an act does not dispose to an increase of that habit, 10 2, 65 | also those virtues which ~dispose him well to whatever is 11 2, 68 | gifts of the ~Holy Ghost dispose all the powers of the soul 12 2, 69 | the ~active life, which dispose man for the contemplative 13 2, 88 | For one contrary does not dispose to another. But venial and 14 2, 88 | Therefore venial sin does not dispose to ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: 15 2, 88 | primarily and of its nature, dispose to a sin generically mortal, ~ 16 2, 88 | same way, a venial sin ~can dispose, by way of consequence, 17 2, 88 | sin generically venial can dispose to a sin generically mortal. 18 2, 88 | form, so can a venial ~sin dispose to mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS 19 2, 98 | while those things which ~dispose to the ultimate perfection 20 2, 100 | precept: because he can dispose himself to receive charity 21 2, 100 | charity; ~since man can dispose himself to possess charity, 22 2, 106 | contains certain things that dispose us to ~receive the grace 23 2, 106 | Godhead or humanity, which dispose us by means of faith through ~ 24 2, 110 | whereas ~infused virtues dispose man in a higher manner and 25 2, 113 | the agent needs time to dispose the ~subject. Hence we see 26 2, 113 | natural agent cannot suddenly dispose matter is that in the ~matter 27 2, 113 | infinite, it can suddenly dispose any matter whatsoever to 28 2, 10 | subject to the Church, she can dispose of ~their possessions, even 29 2, 10 | nature: and it is for them to dispose of the child in all ~matters 30 2, 14 | abstinence and chastity, dispose man ~very much to the perfection 31 2, 23 | because the aforesaid acts dispose man to receive the ~infusion 32 2, 23 | charity, rather does it dispose ~one to a lower degree.~ 33 2, 30 | authorize his child to dispose of any particular property. 34 2, 33 | effects, of themselves, dispose one to sorrow; and thus 35 2, 38 | regards the end, has to dispose that which is directed to 36 2, 38 | is the duty of clerics to dispose and counsel other men to ~ 37 2, 62 | wherefore he can lawfully dispose of himself as to those matters 38 2, 92 | may ~precede idolatry and dispose man thereto.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 98 | from spiritual grace and dispose thereto. ~And yet these 40 2, 130 | inasmuch as ~venial sin can dispose man thereto. ~(tm)Aquin.: 41 2, 152 | in so far as these ~works dispose him to receive the grace 42 2, 168 | would seem most of all to dispose man to ~the fulfilment of 43 2, 170 | produce the subject, so as to dispose a ~soul for prophecy and 44 2, 178 | essence of a thing, but dispose and ~perfect it. Wherefore 45 2, 178 | Hence the moral virtues dispose one to the contemplative ~ 46 2, 179 | 2]), the moral virtues ~dispose one to the contemplative 47 2, 183 | very reason more fitted to dispose of those ~that are lower.~ 48 2, 186 | God, and whereby a man may dispose himself to the service of 49 2, 187 | the worldly life does not dispose one to ~religious perfection, 50 3, 33 | the ~more quickly can it dispose matter; and, consequently, 51 3, 33 | agent of ~infinite power can dispose matter instantaneously to 52 3, 67 | produce the whole and to dispose ~the part in the whole.~ 53 3, 68 | baptismal character cannot dispose ~a man for grace as long 54 3, 75 | wherefore it can instantly dispose the matter for the ~form. 55 3, 83 | other words must be added to dispose the people for receiving 56 Suppl, 6 | avoid ~venial sins, which dispose him to shipwreck, and against 57 Suppl, 14| secondly, because such works dispose one somewhat to ~good, so 58 Suppl, 18| keys of the Church should dispose the penitent to the remission ~ 59 Suppl, 21| things which on our part dispose us to receive grace. ~for 60 Suppl, 29| Baptism. It does, however, dispose them to receive Baptism, 61 Suppl, 38| who is expelled therefrom ~dispose of the offices of the community. 62 Suppl, 45| whoever has the ~right to dispose of himself can bind himself 63 Suppl, 57| adopt who ~have the power to dispose of their estate. Consequently 64 Suppl, 86| Virginity and martyrdom do not dispose man to retain the ~precepts 65 Suppl, 88| renewal, ~but will only dispose thereto, by cleansing from


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License