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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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acquisition

   Part, Question
1 1, 26 | the end is money, and its acquisition. ~Accordingly God is indeed 2 1, 43 | of a new act, or in the acquisition of a ~new state of grace; 3 1, 44 | even while acting, the acquisition of something. But ~it does 4 1, 44 | agent only, to act for the ~acquisition of some end; He intends 5 1, 43 | of a new act, or in the acquisition of a ~new state of grace; 6 1, 45 | even while acting, the acquisition of something. But ~it does 7 1, 45 | agent only, to act for the ~acquisition of some end; He intends 8 1, 78 | movement is to rest, or ~acquisition to possession; of which 9 1, 80 | inclination not only to the acquisition of what is ~suitable and 10 1, 80 | are a hindrance to the ~acquisition of what is suitable, and 11 1, 80 | against what hinders the acquisition of the suitable ~things 12 1, 84 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the acquisition of knowledge, principles 13 1, 107 | terms not only in the ~new acquisition of knowledge, but also as 14 1, 107 | not only as regards the acquisition of knowledge, ~but also 15 1, 116 | intellect can use for the acquisition ~of science: for instance, 16 2, 1 | of good, and the use or acquisition ~of that thing. Thus we 17 2, 1 | man's ~last end, as of the acquisition of the end, then irrational 18 2, 1 | since happiness means ~the acquisition of the last end.~ 19 2, 2 | sort of guarantee for the acquisition of whatever man desires. 20 2, 3 | for He is happy not by ~acquisition or participation of something 21 2, 3 | sensible ends. For if the ~acquisition of money were through an 22 2, 37 | wander, ~can conduce to the acquisition of learning especially in 23 2, 40 | passion. ~But possibility of acquisition is accidental to a future 24 2, 110 | as He moves towards the acquisition of supernatural good, certain ~ 25 2, 22 | knowledge of truth or the acquisition of good, whereas charity ~ 26 2, 23 | naturally, nor through ~acquisition by the natural powers, but 27 2, 45 | of acts, ~wherefore "its acquisition demands experience and time" ( 28 2, 56 | pecuniary gain but by the acquisition of godliness." Therefore 29 2, 81 | ought to be ~directed to the acquisition of grace and glory, which 30 2, 81 | them in relation to the acquisition of beatitude, it is not 31 2, 94 | a good end, namely, the ~acquisition of science. Therefore it 32 2, 94 | is also useless for the acquisition of science. For since it 33 2, 94 | FP, Q[109], A[3]. Now the acquisition of ~knowledge and wisdom 34 2, 109 | end of hypocrisy is the acquisition of gain or vainglory: wherefore 35 2, 115 | parting with it. For the acquisition of money is ~like generation 36 2, 116 | to regard immediately the acquisition and ~keeping of such things, 37 2, 116 | immediately in respect of the acquisition and keeping ~of riches. 38 2, 116 | appoint the measure in ~the acquisition and keeping of riches from 39 2, 122 | Christ is conducive to the acquisition of glory through the baptismal ~ 40 2, 122 | martyrdom is conducive to the acquisition of the martyr's palm. Hence ~ 41 2, 159 | against despair is ~the acquisition of one's proper good lest 42 2, 159 | is the ~first step in the acquisition of virtue is likened to 43 2, 159 | Wherefore the first step in the acquisition of ~virtue may be understood 44 2, 163 | Divine likeness through the acquisition of knowledge which man naturally ~ 45 2, 164 | Covetousness craves the acquisition of gain, and for this ~it 46 2, 184 | need to be directed to the acquisition of perfection, but as ~maintaining 47 3, 11 | two ways. ~First, in the acquisition of the knowledge, as happens 48 Suppl, 14| avail for a threefold good, acquisition of ~temporal goods, disposition 49 Suppl, 14| 27, seqq.), as also the ~acquisition of temporal goods.~Aquin.: 50 Suppl, 85| judgment on ~man regards the acquisition of the kingdom or exclusion


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