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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incline

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | thing. ~But whatever can incline to either of two opposites, 2 1, 104 | is universal good. But to incline towards ~the universal good 3 1, 105 | other goods in a measure ~incline the will, yet nothing sufficiently 4 1, 105 | goodness. And thus he can ~incline the will to the love of 5 2, 24 | to ~the order of reason, incline us to sin: but in so far 6 2, 50 | power needs no quality to incline it. But since it is ~necessary, 7 2, 50 | be certain qualities to incline them, and these are called 8 2, 59 | contrary. Now the passions ~incline us to sin which is contrary 9 2, 65 | which the moral virtues incline, are as the ~principles 10 2, 71 | perfection of being, yet they incline us to that which accords 11 2, 71 | nature, in as much as they incline us to that which is ~suitable 12 2, 73 | more evil end. Other causes incline the will to sin, ~against 13 2, 75 | multiplied, because they incline to the sinful act in ~both 14 2, 77 | sensitive appetite can move or incline the ~will?~(2) Whether it 15 2, 77 | things to which his passions incline him, according to Gn. ~4: 16 2, 77 | alone are ~mentioned which incline to good, as being the causes 17 2, 78 | and so if his appetite incline away to evil, this is due 18 2, 80 | flavor." Therefore ~it can incline man's reason to sin of necessity.~ 19 2, 82 | the same habit does not incline its subject to ~contraries: 20 2, 82 | form, one habit ~cannot incline its subject to contraries. 21 2, 94 | to which nature ~does not incline at first; but which, through 22 2, 2 | firm assent, ~whether they incline to neither side, as in one 23 2, 2 | in one who "doubts"; or incline ~to one side rather than 24 2, 2 | in one who "suspects"; or incline to one side yet with fear 25 2, 23 | is proper to a habit to incline a power to act, and this 26 2, 29 | everyone." Now virtue does not incline one to the impossible. ~ 27 2, 33 | sins in themselves, or incline the soul to mortal sin. 28 2, 67 | is written (Ps. 140:4): "Incline not my ~heart to evil words, 29 2, 69 | justice and truth do not incline to one side rather ~than 30 2, 81 | something definite ~strive to incline his will to do what they 31 2, 81 | 18, "For Thy own sake, ~incline, O God, Thy ear"; and to 32 2, 104 | Therefore gratitude ~should incline to do something greater.~ 33 2, 107 | virtue of truth does not incline to that which ~is less. 34 2, 107 | virtue of truth ~does not incline to that which is less rather 35 2, 107 | Therefore truth does not more incline to that which is less.~Aquin.: 36 2, 107 | seems that ~truth should incline to that which is greater 37 2, 107 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, one may incline to what is less by denying, 38 2, 107 | belong to this virtue to ~incline to what is less, because 39 2, 134 | are ~effective of good, incline a man more directly to good 40 2, 139 | essential to ~virtue to incline man to good. Now the good 41 2, 155 | OBJ 2: Man's affections incline to the moderation of things 42 2, 160 | Ecclus. 6:34): "If thou wilt incline thy ear, thou shalt receive ~ 43 2, 181 | justice, ~since they both incline man to that which is becoming 44 2, 183 | a man of his own choice incline to be appointed to ~the 45 3, 27 | essential to the fomes to incline to evil, or ~hinder from 46 3, 27 | penalties do not of themselves incline ~us to sin. Wherefore though 47 3, 87 | sins, in so ~far as they incline the soul to the movement 48 Suppl, 12| passions of the soul, ~which incline us to evil. But justice, 49 Suppl, 41| way, so neither does it incline in the same way in all, 50 Suppl, 41| animals. Yet nature does not incline ~thereto in the same way 51 Suppl, 42| conjugal act, ~does not incline so much to other wickedness.


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