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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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choosing

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | When the will of the person choosing is incited to make a ~choice 2 1, 63 | evil by a sin of their own choosing, are ~any of them naturally 3 1, 63 | is chosen; as man sins by choosing adultery, ~which is evil 4 1, 63 | errs ~in the particular, choosing this delight of an inordinate 5 1, 63 | sin comes of free-will by choosing something good in itself, ~ 6 1, 63 | inflexible free-will after once choosing; ~consequently, if after 7 1, 64 | evil by a sin of their own choosing, are ~any of them naturally 8 1, 64 | is chosen; as man sins by choosing adultery, ~which is evil 9 1, 64 | errs ~in the particular, choosing this delight of an inordinate 10 1, 64 | sin comes of free-will by choosing something good in itself, ~ 11 1, 64 | inflexible free-will after once choosing; ~consequently, if after 12 1, 82 | likeness of comparison ~by choosing one in preference to another.~ 13 2, 13 | not, as far as the act of choosing is concerned, ~whether one 14 2, 13 | Moreover, the reason for choosing a thing is that it conduces 15 2, 13 | necessity. But every act of choosing is ~in regard to something 16 2, 13 | necessitate in man ~the choosing of the means, because the 17 2, 14 | both concur in the act of choosing; so Damascene ~says (De 18 2, 15 | our preference ~to one by choosing it. But if only one meets 19 2, 16 | 22) that "the will ~after choosing has an impulse to the operation, 20 2, 16 | itself in consenting and choosing. And such acts as are ordained 21 2, 58 | moral virtue is ~"a habit of choosing the rational mean." But 22 2, 58 | every virtue is a habit of ~choosing: since the acts of any virtue 23 2, 58 | Wherefore a habit of choosing, i.e. a ~habit which is 24 2, 58 | moral virtue ~is a habit of choosing the mean appointed by reason 25 2, 58 | because it is a habit ~of choosing, i.e. making us choose well. 26 2, 59 | states that it is "a habit of choosing the mean appointed by reason 27 2, 64 | moral virtue ~is a habit of choosing the mean."~Aquin.: SMT FS 28 2, 65 | unless he do it well, i.e. by choosing rightly, which is the ~result 29 2, 78 | is no ~comparison between choosing good and choosing evil: 30 2, 78 | between choosing good and choosing evil: because evil is never ~ 31 2, 78 | malice is to sin through choosing ~evil. Now he that sins 32 2, 78 | is one thing to sin while choosing, and another to sin ~through 33 2, 78 | another to sin ~through choosing. For he that sins through 34 2, 78 | through passion, sins while choosing, ~but not through choosing, 35 2, 78 | choosing, ~but not through choosing, because his choosing is 36 2, 78 | through choosing, because his choosing is not for him the first ~ 37 2, 78 | explained (AA[2],3), so that his choosing, of which he ~has full control, 38 2, 78 | is ~said to sin "through" choosing.~ 39 2, 88 | order of the last end, by choosing something ~that is a mortal 40 2, 100 | deliberately," i.e. "from ~choice, choosing that particular action for 41 2, 105 | two points: first, that in choosing a king they should wait ~ 42 2, 11 | first objection denotes ~a choosing. Now choice as stated above ( 43 2, 11 | called from its being a choosing ~[*From the Greek {airein} [ 44 2, 13 | i.e. ~through the very choosing of evil, as explained above ( 45 2, 13 | might have prevented ~the choosing of evil, is rejected or 46 2, 13 | things which prevent the choosing of sin ~are effects of the 47 2, 19 | just as the fornicator, by choosing ~fornication as a good for 48 2, 45 | xv): "Prudence is ~love choosing wisely between the things 49 2, 62 | Razias ~killed himself, "choosing to die nobly rather than 50 2, 93 | act more justly than ~in choosing by lot to whom thou shalt 51 2, 104 | In fact, if instead of choosing a ~convenient time, one 52 2, 145 | related (Lk. 6:12) that before choosing His disciples our Lord ~" 53 2, 166 | virtue that ~the agent in choosing should "direct his action 54 2, 186 | religious orders, says: "Some ~choosing the care of the sick, others 55 3, 85 | that virtue is a habit of ~choosing according to right reason. 56 Suppl, 93| of those who by freely ~choosing a more perfect life go beyond


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