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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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aims

   Part, Question
1 1, 81 | politic. For the heaven, which aims at the universal preservation 2 1, 81 | inferior bodies, ~each of which aims at the preservation of its 3 1, 81 | individual. The king also, who aims at the common good of the 4 2, 34 | pleasure which each one aims at achieving." And the Philosopher 5 2, 39 | aim at pleasure, yet he aims at avoiding ~sorrow." Therefore 6 2, 90 | good, at which the law ~aims, is applicable to particular 7 2, 92 | Polit. i). But every law aims at being obeyed by those ~ 8 2, 92 | the nature of a law, it aims at the ~citizens' being 9 2, 92 | superior to his subjects, and aims at ~being obeyed by them, 10 2, 92 | above (A[1]). But counsel aims at a higher good than a ~ 11 2, 96 | at which every lawgiver aims.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 12 2, 99 | unity of its end, because it aims at the building of a ~house: 13 2, 99 | charity"; since every law aims at establishing friendship, ~ 14 2, 100 | intention ~of the law, which aims at leading man to virtue, 15 2, 34 | the fact that when a man aims ~at defaming another, he 16 2, 41 | fraternal correction aims at ~the correction of a 17 2, 49 | matters, dialectics which aims ~at research proceeds from 18 2, 53 | the contrary, Craftiness aims at lying in wait, according 19 2, 53 | to deceive": and ~guile aims at this also. Therefore 20 2, 56 | power whose act that ~virtue aims at rectifying. Now justice 21 2, 66 | the ~common good which it aims at procuring by means of 22 2, 71 | backbiter apparently intends and aims at being believed. It is ~ 23 2, 71 | backbiting by its ~very nature aims at blackening a man's good 24 2, 110 | the boaster frequently aims at obtaining glory through ~ 25 2, 127 | Ethic. iv, 3), ~since his aims do not surpass his deserts.~ 26 2, 159 | virtue of magnanimity, which aims at great ~things, whereas 27 2, 159 | 3) says that a man who aims at small things in ~proportion 28 2, 160 | called because a man thereby aims ~higher [supra] than he 29 2, 160 | presumption whereby one aims at having ~what is above 30 2, 186 | training school wherein one aims by practice at the ~perfection 31 2, 186 | distinguishing the various aims of religious orders says: ~" 32 3, 41 | honor; ~and the higher it aims, the lower it abases itself."~ 33 3, 85 | act of penance, because it aims at the ~destruction of past 34 Suppl, 12| therefore satisfaction aims at removing the causes of 35 Suppl, 12| 1~I answer that, Justice aims not only at removing inequality 36 Suppl, 29| iii, v) every ~sacrament aims at either cleansing, or 37 Suppl, 40| the governing power ~which aims at a particular good there 38 Suppl, 57| godfather. But adoption aims at hereditary succession 39 Suppl, 78| individual in the human ~species aims at some degree of quantity


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