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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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induced

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | others sinning, if he had induced them ~to be his subjects. 2 1, 63 | others sinning, in that he induced them to subject ~themselves 3 1, 64 | others sinning, if he had induced them ~to be his subjects. 4 1, 64 | others sinning, in that he induced them to subject ~themselves 5 1, 102 | also in this, that they are induced by Him to do good and to 6 2, 14 | events, in so far as man is induced to do or omit ~something, 7 2, 72 | abstaining from evil, being induced to this by the negative 8 2, 72 | doing good, to which we are induced by the affirmative ~precepts. 9 2, 73 | grievously if his will is induced to sin by the ~intention 10 2, 77 | Further, just as man is induced to sin, through inordinate 11 2, 78 | principle of his sin; for he is induced through the passion, to 12 2, 80 | our ~sins, in so far as he induced the first man to sin, by 13 2, 90 | of acts, whereby man is induced ~to act or is restrained 14 2, 95 | But men are more to be induced to be good ~willingly by 15 2, 99 | these?~(6) How the Old Law induced men to keep its precepts. ~( 16 2, 99 | their ~fulfilment man is induced by two considerations, viz. 17 2, 99 | the Old Law should have induced men to the observance of 18 2, 99 | Old Law should not have induced men to the ~observance of 19 2, 99 | affection; just as ~children are induced to do something, by means 20 2, 100 | fear," in so far as it ~induced men to observe the precepts, 21 2, 107 | of fear," inasmuch as it induced men to observe its commandments ~ 22 2, 111 | miracles and so forth, men ~are induced to unite themselves to their 23 2, 2 | things whereby a ~man is induced to believe, for instance 24 2, 2 | is of faith, unless he be induced by reasons. But when a ~ 25 2, 10 | and then it should be induced, not by compulsion but by 26 2, 21 | Now man is sufficiently induced ~by his natural inclination 27 2, 21 | hope of a reward, ~he is induced to observe the precepts. 28 2, 21 | supernatural ~good he had to be induced by the authority of the 29 2, 21 | hope in God, he had to be induced to do so by ~one of the 30 2, 21 | filial. Now just as man is ~induced, by the hope of rewards, 31 2, 21 | precepts of law, so too is he ~induced thereto by the fear of punishment, 32 2, 21 | hope, and men ~were to be induced thereto by promises, so 33 2, 21 | punishment, and men ~were to be induced thereto by the threat of 34 2, 41 | one commits a sin being induced thereto by ~another; sometimes 35 2, 42 | charity, one whereby we are induced to ~love God as our end, 36 2, 59 | slave, if the ~latter be induced to leave his master: which 37 2, 68 | that they ~might easily be induced to give evidence against 38 2, 98 | order that he may thereby be induced to enter the monastery; 39 2, 120 | for the most part man is ~induced to pay interior worship, 40 2, 122 | possibly the Church ~was induced by certain credible witnesses 41 2, 168 | which men are especially induced to fulfil ~the Law, because 42 2, 187 | prejudice. But those who are induced to enter religion, sometimes 43 2, 187 | Reply OBJ 1: Those who are induced to enter religion have still 44 2, 187 | order, may be lawfully ~induced to enter a greater one. 45 2, 187 | order, cannot be lawfully induced to enter a lesser order, 46 3, 14 | 3: Further, necessity is induced by something more powerful. 47 3, 38 | of penance," i.e. which ~induced men to do penance, which 48 3, 39 | was real, inasmuch as ~it induced men to refrain from sin; 49 3, 49 | whom by tempting he had induced to ~give consent.~Aquin.: 50 3, 84 | On the contrary, Man is induced to be merciful by the example 51 3, 85 | OBJ 2: Further, men are induced to do penance, through the 52 Suppl, 19| participation of a form to be induced into an ~effect does not 53 Suppl, 95| punishment ~on the serpent, who induced man to sin (Gn. 3:14,15).


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