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incense 27
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incentive

   Part, Question
1 1, 97 | without ardent or wanton incentive, with calmness of ~soul 2 2, 83 | which is the most powerful incentive to ~concupiscence. Therefore 3 2, 91 | fomes" in itself, as an ~incentive to evil. It is not thus 4 2, 102 | through their being an incentive to lust, for which reason 5 2, 102 | or ~vice versa, has an incentive to evil desires, and offers 6 2, 105 | because this is a very great incentive to friendship. The Law ~ 7 2, 8 | order that they ~may have no incentive to pride, it does withdraw 8 2, 28 | properly speaking, is not an incentive to mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS 9 2, 33 | continued thought increases the incentive to sin, as in lust; for 10 2, 33 | the thought diminishes the incentive to sin, which ~incentive 11 2, 33 | incentive to sin, which ~incentive arises from some trivial 12 2, 80 | themselves, the ~strongest incentive to love ['dilectio,' the 13 2, 80 | humanity are the chief incentive to devotion, leading us 14 2, 80 | Christ's Passion is the chief incentive to devotion. ~But the consideration 15 2, 104 | in him is virtuous is an incentive to friendship. In this way 16 2, 122 | Now charity is the chief incentive to martyrdom: Thus Maximus ~ 17 2, 145 | besides are a very great incentive to lust. ~Such are the flesh 18 2, 145 | abundant becomes a great incentive to lust. Hence the Church 19 2, 151 | too much wine affords an incentive to venereal pleasure.~Aquin.: 20 2, 152 | would become a very great incentive to lust: and ~this is contrary 21 2, 163 | made use of a twofold ~incentive to sin: one on the part 22 3, 72 | as being the ~matter and incentive of fire. And this was quite 23 3, 84 | of obtaining pardon is an incentive to sin." If, ~therefore, 24 3, 84 | that He ~affords man an incentive to sin, and thus He seems 25 Suppl, 9 | one sin, might prove an ~incentive to another, since sometimes 26 Suppl, 12| fuel," and metaphorically, "incentive." As used by ~the theologian, 27 Suppl, 54| would prove a very great incentive to ~lust. Yet the Old Law 28 Suppl, 57| cohabitation as might be an ~incentive to concupiscence. Therefore 29 Suppl, 58| calidity may prove a sufficient incentive to carnal ~copulation with 30 Suppl, 65| OBJ 4: Further, where the incentive is greater the sin is less 31 Suppl, 65| concupiscence is the greatest incentive to lust. Therefore since 32 Suppl, 65| which he has not so great an incentive. Thus, ~too, Juda avoided 33 Suppl, 65| of the greatness of its incentive, ~yet on account of the


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