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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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consents

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | justice exacts that whosoever consents to another's evil ~suggestion, 2 1, 64 | justice exacts that whosoever consents to another's evil ~suggestion, 3 1, 80 | unless the higher appetite consents. And this is what the ~Philosopher 4 2, 15 | But the intemperate man consents to ~his own act. Therefore 5 2, 15 | sake of this delight he consents to that ~act.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 15 | xii, 7). But man often consents to an act not for eternal, 7 2, 16 | none but a rational ~animal consents and uses.~Aquin.: SMT FS 8 2, 16 | But it does this ~when it consents. Therefore there is use 9 2, 16 | we may ~say that the will consents to choose, and consents 10 2, 16 | consents to choose, and consents to consent, and uses ~itself 11 2, 60 | like a second ~nature, consents to reason's dictates.~Aquin.: 12 2, 74 | Divine things, whenever he consents to an act. ~Therefore the 13 2, 74 | the thing to which a ~man consents cannot be a lesser evil 14 2, 74 | act itself. Now ~he that consents to the delectation does 15 2, 74 | Wherefore ~the fact that a man consents to such a delectation, amounts 16 2, 74 | through the eternal types, it consents to an act or ~dissents from 17 2, 74 | of the act to ~which it consents, is not contrary to the 18 2, 74 | when the higher ~reason consents to the act of a venial sin, 19 2, 74 | lower powers to which it ~consents are mortal sins.~Aquin.: 20 2, 33 | reaches to the reason, which consents in the ~dislike, horror 21 2, 38 | does a ~thing himself, or consents to its being done by another, 22 2, 63 | that the wife voluntarily consents to the ~adultery, lessens 23 2, 76 | under a ~condition of usury consents in the sin of the usurer, 24 3, 40 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, he who consents to anything is of the same 25 3, 64 | the sin, but also he who consents to ~them that do them." 26 Suppl, 45| 44], A[1]); whereas the ~consents of the two parties are distinct, 27 Suppl, 45| the contrary, A man who consents in words of the future tense 28 Suppl, 45| words of the present tense, ~consents to take another, according 29 Suppl, 45| it not yet. Now he ~who consents in words of the future tense, 30 Suppl, 45| sacraments. Now he who ~consents not in his heart has no 31 Suppl, 46| who has carnal intercourse consents by deed to ~the promise 32 Suppl, 46| who has carnal intercourse consents by deed ~to the act of sexual 33 Suppl, 47| if she who was compelled consents afterwards, it will be ~ 34 Suppl, 48| the contrary, No one that consents to carnal intercourse is 35 Suppl, 49| for the sake of ~pleasure consents to the pleasure. Therefore 36 Suppl, 62| 1~OBJ 2: Further, he who consents with one who sins mortally, 37 Suppl, 64| the one who pays the debt ~consents with the one that asks, 38 Suppl, 93| more than one ~who merely consents in the act, because in the


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