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promulgation 26
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prone

   Part, Question
1 1, 67 | worship, since they were ~prone to worship as gods even 2 1, 68 | worship, since they were ~prone to worship as gods even 3 1, 90 | stature, while brutes are prone in ~stature. Therefore man 4 1, 90 | because if man's stature were ~prone to the ground he would need 5 1, 90 | because if man's ~stature were prone to the ground, and he used 6 1, 92 | animals is not inclined prone to the ground, but is adapted 7 1, 113 | disposition that makes man more prone ~to one vice than to another: 8 1, 113 | vice to ~which he is most prone.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 9 2, 9 | reason why ~man should not be prone to anger or concupiscence, 10 2, 34 | and thus that man, being prone to ~immoderate pleasures, 11 2, 40 | obstacles to their efforts, are prone to count a thing possible 12 2, 46 | the reason that anger is prone to ensue from ~the natural 13 2, 47 | than excellence makes one ~prone to anger.~Aquin.: SMT FS 14 2, 47 | that excellence ~makes men prone to anger.~Aquin.: SMT FS 15 2, 51 | Socrates or Plato ~to be prone to sickness or inclined 16 2, 80 | infected, that we are all prone to sin: even as ~the burning 17 2, 80 | because he was not already ~prone to sin, on account of any 18 2, 82 | Now all ~are not equally prone to acts of concupiscence. 19 2, 82 | Consequently if one man is more prone than another to acts ~of 20 2, 85 | 8:21: "Man's ~senses are prone to evil from his youth" [* 21 2, 85 | thought of man's heart are prone to evil from his youth.'].~ 22 2, 87 | the latter are ~the more prone to sin through being brought 23 2, 95 | found to be depraved, and prone to vice, ~and not easily 24 2, 100 | necessary against those who are prone to ~evil, as stated in Ethic. 25 2, 100 | evils to which men ~were prone. Now men were prone to idolatry 26 2, 100 | were prone. Now men were prone to idolatry by reason of 27 2, 100 | nations. Likewise men are prone to perjury on account of ~ 28 2, 101 | two kinds of men: some, prone to evil, who ~have to be 29 2, 101 | people ~there were many prone to idolatry; wherefore it 30 2, 102 | Jewish people, who were prone to cruelty, wished them 31 2, 58 | his own wickedness, he is prone to think evil of ~others, 32 2, 58 | thought of man's ~heart are prone to evil from his youth" ( 33 2, 70 | themselves to excel, are more prone to despise others and inflict ~ 34 2, 76 | avarice to which they were ~prone according to Is. 56:11, 35 2, 117 | concupiscence ~of the flesh is more prone; and because through taking 36 2, 134 | man. Hence man is more ~prone to bear evils for the sake 37 2, 147 | First, because they are more prone to the concupiscences ~which 38 2, 148 | Reply OBJ 1: Man is most prone to sins of intemperance, 39 2, 153 | natural temperament are more prone to concupiscence than ~others; 40 2, 165 | sinful, when it renders a man prone to ~the vices of lust and 41 2, 178 | mind's glance which is ~prone to wander."~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 180 | Reply OBJ 3: He that is prone to yield to his passions 43 3, 51 | subject to sin, neither was He prone ~to die or to return to 44 3, 61 | from the fact that man is prone to direct his ~activity 45 3, 62 | concupiscence which makes man prone to sin. And so ~at one time 46 3, 82 | sins, yet men ~are more prone to it, owing to fleshly 47 Suppl, 2 | of sins, to which we are ~prone on account of the weakness 48 Suppl, 8 | evil influence, or weak and prone to the very sin ~that he 49 Suppl, 8 | because the ~people are more prone to that particular sin, 50 Suppl, 30| the mind is not ~so easily prone to sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 51 Suppl, 60| inclined to ~matricide and more prone to wife-murder; and it is 52 Suppl, 67| to which the Jews ~were prone on account of the corruption


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