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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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preference

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | wills this good to some in preference to others; since He ~reprobates 2 1, 23 | good ~possessed by some in preference to others. Thus it is clear 3 1, 82 | comparison ~by choosing one in preference to another.~Aquin.: SMT 4 2, 12 | thing can be chosen in preference to another, because of the 5 2, 13 | comparison, whereby one is given preference to ~another. But to compare 6 2, 13 | taking of something in preference to others. But irrational 7 2, 13 | animals take ~something in preference to others: thus we can easily 8 2, 13 | the taking of one thing in preference to ~another it must of necessity 9 2, 13 | animal takes one thing in preference to ~another, because its 10 2, 13 | Further, choice implies preference of one thing to another. 11 2, 13 | But ~just as there can be preference of means, so can there be 12 2, 13 | of means, so can there be preference of ~ends. Therefore choice 13 2, 13 | one thing ~being chosen in preference to another, it is in conjunction 14 2, 15 | many, we have given our preference ~to one by choosing it. 15 2, 32 | concupiscence, is reckoned in preference to them as causing pleasure; 16 2, 32 | causing pleasure; and ~also in preference to memory, which is of that 17 2, 68 | understanding are ~given the preference to the others, their excellence 18 2, 68 | their matter, are given the preference to ~knowledge and piety.~ 19 2, 22 | the Philosopher gave the preference ~to the intellectual virtues 20 2, 25 | are connected with ~us in preference to those who are unconnected, 21 2, 29 | are not bound to give the ~preference to those who are most closely 22 2, 29 | connections, because we ought in preference to ~bestow on each one such 23 2, 30 | to ~give alms to them in preference to others.~Aquin.: SMT SS 24 2, 30 | being equal, we should, in preference, ~help those who are more 25 2, 31 | that it gives them the preference to fraternal charity." This 26 2, 61 | OBJ 2: Further, to give preference to a rich man rather than 27 2, 61 | persons he can lawfully give preference to his kindred since there 28 2, 123 | whom he should give in preference. On the other hand, if through 29 2, 151 | instance, by expressing a preference for the ~pleasures he desires 30 2, 152 | greater authority is obeyed in preference to the lesser, so must God 31 2, 152 | lesser, so must God in ~preference to all."~Aquin.: SMT SS 32 2, 172 | But it is ~denominated in preference from denunciation, because 33 3, 66 | are not to be sprinkled in preference ~to the head, because by 34 3, 66 | body should be washed in preference, in which the works of ~ 35 3, 72 | things be fragrant, yet preference is given to ~balm, because 36 Suppl, 19| of Christ ~is given the preference over the priesthood of the 37 Suppl, 47| is always to be chosen in preference; and therefore the ~constant 38 Suppl, 52| to ~pay the debt, but in preference to obey his master, if the 39 Suppl, 52| judge which of the two in preference the slave is bound to obey, 40 Suppl, 52| should ~follow the father in preference, and the daughter the mother.~ 41 Suppl, 52| they follow the mother ~by preference.~ 42 Suppl, 62| husband ought to have the preference.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 43 Suppl, 62| wife ought to ~have the preference. For the more frail the 44 Suppl, 95| De Lib. Arb. iii, 8): "Preference ~supposes election." But "


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