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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | unto ~dishonor." Yet why He chooses some for glory, and reprobates 2 1, 48 | contrary, A wise workman chooses a less evil in order to 3 1, 63 | than to an inferior. Yet he chooses rather to be subject to ~ 4 1, 76 | for the form of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for cutting 5 1, 49 | contrary, A wise workman chooses a less evil in order to 6 1, 64 | than to an inferior. Yet he chooses rather to be subject to ~ 7 1, 75 | for the form of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for cutting 8 1, 82 | by the help of which it ~chooses what is good. Therefore 9 1, 104 | created by Him, ~when He chooses, for instance by producing 10 2, 2 | Consol. iii): "Any one that chooses ~to look back on his past 11 2, 11 | of that ~which each one chooses for his last end.~Aquin.: 12 2, 13 | things?~(6) Whether man chooses of necessity or freely?~ 13 2, 13 | Ethic. iii, 2) that "no man ~chooses save what he can do himself."~ 14 2, 13 | Reply OBJ 3: When a man chooses someone for a bishopric 15 2, 13 | position in the state, he chooses to name that man to that 16 2, 13 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether man chooses of necessity or freely?~ 17 2, 13 | It would seem that man chooses of necessity. For the end 18 2, 13 | particular goods. ~Therefore man chooses not of necessity, but freely.~ 19 2, 17 | reason's judgment, the will chooses; and after choice, the ~ 20 2, 21 | reward for doing as he ~chooses with that of which he is 21 2, 24 | judgment of his reason, chooses to be affected by a ~passion 22 2, 74 | sin, if a man deliberately chooses that his ~appetite be conformed 23 2, 78 | thing ~less is that one chooses to suffer some hurt in its 24 2, 78 | on purpose, because ~he chooses evil knowingly.~Aquin.: 25 2, 78 | result being that a man ~chooses a spiritual evil, that he 26 2, 78 | of itself to the evil he chooses. But by the ~nature of that 27 2, 78 | to good. Therefore ~if he chooses evil, this must be due to 28 2, 78 | the habit of a ~virtue, chooses that which is good according 29 2, 78 | sins through passion, also chooses evil. Therefore he ~does 30 2, 78 | through certain malice, chooses evil of his own accord, 31 2, 85 | matter, one which the agent chooses, and another which is not 32 2, 85 | order to make a knife, chooses a matter both hard and flexible, 33 2, 88 | The very fact that anyone chooses something that is ~contrary 34 2, 97 | deeds: since seemingly a man chooses ~as good that which he carries 35 2, 5 | Church, he holds what he chooses to hold, ~and rejects what 36 2, 5 | hold, ~and rejects what he chooses to reject, he no longer 37 2, 11 | assents to Christ, because ~he chooses not what Christ really taught, 38 2, 23 | the very fact that a man chooses to prefer sin to God's ~ 39 2, 95 | hand, without reason he ~chooses a dangerous course, trying 40 2, 98 | choice, but ~only he who chooses sin through contempt of 41 2, 121 | occurrences: because the brave man chooses to think ~beforehand of 42 2, 122 | to him, or that which he chooses to suffer for its sake is 43 2, 135 | denote the habit ~whereby one chooses to persevere, sometimes 44 2, 135 | the habit of perseverance chooses to persevere ~and begins 45 2, 153 | concupiscible, by following which it chooses ~wicked pleasures in disobedience 46 2, 153 | subject to vehement desires, chooses not to ~follow them, because 47 2, 153 | whereas the incontinent man chooses ~to follow them, although 48 2, 159 | the ~humble man is one who chooses to be an abject in the house 49 2, 161 | 3: Further, no wise man chooses the impossible. Now the 50 3, 23 | rather in adopting him he chooses one who is already worthy.~ 51 3, 27 | and endows those, whom He chooses for ~some particular office, 52 3, 64 | its institution." Yet God chooses certain ~things rather than 53 Suppl, 27| satisfaction for whomever he ~chooses. On the other hand, an indulgence 54 Suppl, 41| governs all, that one person chooses one office such as husbandry,


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