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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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control

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1 1, 22 | through its free will, ~control over its actions, as was 2 1, 26 | may befall, and which can control its own ~actions. All of 3 1, 53 | it: hence it is under his control ~to apply himself to a place 4 1, 57 | appetite of the brute does not control its act, but ~follows the 5 1, 60 | themselves; for nothing has control over its own nature. ~Now 6 1, 54 | it: hence it is under his control ~to apply himself to a place 7 1, 58 | appetite of the brute does not control its act, but ~follows the 8 1, 61 | themselves; for nothing has control over its own nature. ~Now 9 2 | as having free-will and control of his actions.~ 10 2, 17 | which the reason has ~no control."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 11 2, 68 | than the moral virtues and ~control them, so the theological 12 2, 74 | things which are under ~our control. Now perfection and defect 13 2, 74 | things which are under our control: since by nature some are 14 2, 77 | voluntary, and under our control. Now a thing is said to 15 2, 77 | is said to be under our ~control, through the reason and 16 2, 77 | voluntary and under our control. In this ~respect passion 17 2, 78 | choosing, of which he ~has full control, is the principle of his 18 2, 85 | held together under the control of ~reason, without any 19 2, 134 | belongs ~to temperance to control these sorrows besides their 20 2, 139 | and desire are ~kept under control."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] 21 2, 139 | pleasure and this impulse needs control, which belongs to ~temperance. 22 2, 139 | function of temperance is to control and quell the desires which 23 2, 139 | reply that ~if a man can control the greatest pleasures, 24 2, 139 | pleasures, much more can he control ~lesser ones. Wherefore 25 2, 139 | wherefore they need no control, save ~accidentally, in 26 2, 139 | more difficult is it to ~control. Now anger, which is controlled 27 2, 139 | abstain from them, and to control the desire ~for them, and 28 2, 139 | general, and consequently its control regards a more ~principal 29 2, 139 | it is more difficult to control desires and pleasures of 30 2, 140 | it is more difficult to control pleasures than other passions; 31 2, 151 | moderation, thou canst not control it ~by counseling." In this 32 2, 184 | man in solicitude for the control ~of his wife, his children, 33 2, 184 | direction of someone under whose control they are instructed ~or 34 2, 184 | secondly, as regards the control of wife and children, which 35 2, 187 | mother's milk for a father's control, that is to ~say, we pass 36 2, 187 | s authority, under whose control he still ~remains, because 37 3, 15 | contemplates. But in Christ, by control of the Divine ~power, "every 38 3, 57 | nature is utterly under the control of the spirit.~Aquin.: SMT 39 3, 68 | then they already begin to control their ~own actions, in things 40 3, 75 | infinite agent, which has control over all being, because 41 Suppl, 5 | nor again is it under our control. ~Accordingly we must say 42 Suppl, 54| it is more subject to the control of the Church's ~ministers 43 Suppl, 60| exercises this kind of control over his wife may not kill 44 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 6: Although the control which the husband receives 45 Suppl, 92| use, yet the ownership and control belong to the ~bride: which 46 Suppl, 92| as regards property and control, although it is given ~to 47 Suppl, 92| without phantasms, of complete control over the ~body, and so forth,


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