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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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expedient

   Part, Question
1 2, 96 | in so far as, when ~it is expedient, he can change the law, 2 2, 97 | whom ~different things are expedient according to the difference 3 2, 99 | commanded as being ~necessary or expedient to an end. Now many things 4 2, 99 | happen to be ~necessary or expedient to an end; and, accordingly, 5 2, 99 | according as it seemed expedient for the formation of ~human 6 2, 101 | both kinds of men it was expedient that ~the Old Law should 7 2, 108 | given about that which is ~expedient for an end, as we stated 8 2, 108 | the same things are not expedient for all. Therefore certain ~ 9 2, 108 | considered in themselves, are ~expedient to all; but owing to some 10 2, 10 | believe. Hence it is not expedient for them to hear what unbelievers 11 2, 41 | should be prepared, if it be expedient, to suffer being ~harmed 12 2, 41 | But sometimes it is not ~expedient, as stated above (ad 2). 13 2, 58 | certainty of a cure, it is ~expedient to take the worst for granted, 14 2, 62 | according as He knows what is expedient for ~His elect. This also 15 2, 63 | disposed of according as it is expedient for ~the body. Now a member 16 2, 66 | that sometimes it is not ~expedient to remove it, or again he 17 2, 70 | reviled, if it should be expedient. Nevertheless ~it sometimes 18 2, 81 | us in ~so far as they are expedient for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 81 | flesh, because this ~was not expedient. If, however, we pray for 20 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is expedient to take vows?~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 86 | would seem that it is not expedient to take vows. It is not ~ 22 2, 86 | to take vows. It is not ~expedient to anyone to deprive himself 23 2, 86 | vow." ~Therefore it is not expedient to take vows.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 86 | immovably on that which it is expedient to do. ~Hence it is expedient 25 2, 86 | expedient to do. ~Hence it is expedient to take vows.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 86 | itself, this deed is not ~expedient, for instance that one cross 27 2, 86 | latter does ~not cease to be expedient: thus it is expedient to 28 2, 86 | be expedient: thus it is expedient to mount on horseback, ~ 29 2, 87 | prelacy, supposing it would be expedient for him to accept, or ~in 30 2, 106 | it patiently if this be expedient. For ~these precepts of 31 2, 106 | judgments so as to know what is expedient for ~each individual. Wherefore 32 2, 122 | such a ~thing, whenever expedient. In the same way certain 33 2, 145 | 6. Now reason ~judges it expedient, on account of some special 34 2, 150 | virginity, if it should be expedient, than the one who ~is actually 35 2, 162 | long time." For it was not expedient for man ~to remain longer 36 2, 163 | full well ~that it was not expedient for man to be tempted. Therefore 37 2, 172 | do, according as it was ~expedient for the spiritual welfare 38 2, 186 | to perfection, when it is expedient to act thus for the spiritual 39 2, 187 | done what was lawful, and expedient on account of some ~reasonable 40 3, 31 | Divine wisdom, and most expedient to the salvation of man, 41 3, 50 | written, (Jn. 11:50): "It is expedient that one ~man should die 42 3, 55 | because He deemed it more expedient for Him to be elsewhere: 43 3, 57 | disciples (Jn. 16:7): "It is expedient to you that I go; ~for if 44 3, 57 | said (Jn. 16:7): "It is expedient to you ~that I go"; i.e. 45 3, 80 | which they suffer, it is not expedient ~for all to approach this 46 Suppl, 4 | contrition?~(2) Whether it is expedient to grieve continually for 47 Suppl, 4 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is expedient to grieve for sin continually?~ 48 Suppl, 4 | would seem that it is not expedient to grieve for sin ~continually. 49 Suppl, 4 | continually. For it is sometimes expedient to rejoice, as is evident 50 Suppl, 4 | time. Therefore it is not expedient to grieve for ~sin continually.~ 51 Suppl, 4 | contrition. Therefore it is not expedient to grieve any ~longer.~Aquin.: 52 Suppl, 4 | Para. 2/2~Further, it is expedient always to continue, as far 53 Suppl, 4 | mourn." Therefore ~it is expedient for sorrow to be as continual 54 Suppl, 8 | higher prelates deem it expedient for ~the furthering of the 55 Suppl, 59| things are competent and expedient to man ~according as his 56 Suppl, 67| marriage laws consider what is expedient for all ~rather than what 57 Suppl, 77| in other parts as deemed expedient ~by Divine providence. Or 58 Suppl, 96| curtailed, according as is expedient for his amendment, so ~that


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