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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conducive

   Part, Question
1 2, 14 | first inquire whether it be conducive to the end, before ~considering 2 2, 15 | several means have been found conducive to the ~end, and through 3 2, 20 | pleasurable good, ~besides being conducive to health.~Aquin.: SMT FS 4 2, 36 | is repugnant rather than conducive to perfect ~being. Consequently 5 2, 40 | A[4]). Therefore hope is conducive to ~action.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 44 | the same thing cannot be conducive to counsel, and a hindrance ~ 7 2, 44 | Therefore ~fear is not more conducive to counsel, than hope is.~ 8 2, 46 | the reason; whereas it is conducive ~to anger. Therefore anger 9 2, 49 | is the end of nature, or ~conducive to the end. Whence also 10 2, 53 | from act is a moving cause, conducive of ~corruption or diminution, 11 2, 65 | correct choice of things ~conducive to the end, which choice 12 2, 94 | been found by men to be conducive to well-living.~Aquin.: 13 2, 96 | subjects burdensome laws, conducive, not to the common good, 14 2, 97 | so far as such change is conducive to the common weal. But, 15 2, 97 | that a precept, which is conducive to ~the common weal as a 16 2, 99 | to God); and "good," i.e. conducive ~to virtue, as to the moral 17 2, 103 | delicate than these and more conducive ~to gluttony, there seems 18 2, 105 | OBJ 3: Further, it is most conducive to the preservation of human ~ 19 2, 25 | is towards common action conducive to the good of the whole. 20 2, 38 | 75): "The natural order conducive to peace ~among mortals 21 2, 40 | this is tyranny, being ~conducive to the private good of the 22 2, 48 | moved ~to that which is conducive to their well-being, but 23 2, 80 | Science and anything else conducive to greatness, is to man ~ 24 2, 81 | beatitude, through being conducive to salvation, we merit it 25 2, 91 | Therefore all worship of God is conducive to ~salvation, and consequently 26 2, 91 | done be, in itself, not conducive to ~God's glory, nor raise 27 2, 122 | the merit ~of Christ is conducive to the acquisition of glory 28 2, 122 | of Christ's ~martyrdom is conducive to the acquisition of the 29 2, 130 | glory seems to be the most conducive to that effect, ~inasmuch 30 2, 140 | pleasures of touch ~is most conducive to man's progress in the 31 2, 143 | else, inasmuch as they are conducive to some more perfect good. ~ 32 2, 156 | appetite, is useful, as being conducive to the more prompt ~execution [* 33 2, 185 | other work whatever that is conducive to the common good: thus 34 2, 187 | service of ~God; which is most conducive to man's good.~Aquin.: SMT 35 3, 50 | soul was ~departed, was conducive to salvation in virtue of 36 3, 51 | burial seems in no way to be conducive to ~our salvation. Therefore, 37 3, 60 | endowed with natural powers conducive ~to the health of the body: 38 3, 89 | revived: because they are ~conducive to eternal life (wherein 39 Suppl, 8 | it is to provide remedies conducive to health, such as the ~ 40 Suppl, 18| but seemingly is rather ~conducive to an aggravation of the 41 Suppl, 25| 10:8). But it ~would be conducive to destruction, if satisfaction, 42 Suppl, 83| bodies are composed are conducive ~to corruption as secondary 43 Suppl, 88| the atmosphere ~rendered conducive to health. Therefore the 44 Suppl, 94| so far as they are most conducive to the ~unhappiness of the


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