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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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disposing

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | because whatsoever is in man disposing him towards salvation, is 2 1, 82 | whether by causing them or disposing ourselves to them, or to 3 1, 82 | is "the soul's habit of disposing of ~itself." Therefore it 4 1, 111 | not as exercising but as disposing and commanding what is to 5 1, 114 | their accidental forms, by disposing matter for the substantial 6 2, 9 | it has great influence in disposing man so that something seems 7 2, 17 | moving, "by perfecting, by disposing, by commanding, and ~by 8 2, 49 | third condition is that in disposing the subject to one of those ~ 9 2, 65 | needs not only ~a virtue disposing him well to the end, but 10 2, 66 | than its effect: but not a ~disposing cause. For otherwise the 11 2, 100 | is something leading or disposing to ~virtue, viz. an act 12 2, 106 | the Holy Ghost, either by disposing us thereto, or by ~directing 13 2, 18 | fear is ~like a principle disposing a man to wisdom from without, 14 2, 23 | of time nature ~works by disposing for the increase, without 15 2, 23 | towards that ~effect by disposing to it, while the last act, 16 2, 45 | prepares the ~way for them, by disposing the means. Hence it follows 17 2, 63 | alone who has the right of disposing in general of the actions 18 2, 77 | affirmative or ~negative precept, disposing to the opposite of such 19 2, 81 | imperfectly, by merely ~disposing to the effect, for the reason 20 2, 81 | effect, and, in a way, ~disposing to it, and in this sense 21 2, 95 | anything, or in some other way disposing ~himself to devotion, does 22 2, 152 | determined by nature, before disposing of other things ~according 23 2, 186 | there are various ways of ~disposing oneself to the observance 24 2, 187 | not hindered from ~freely disposing of his person by transferring 25 3, 83 | Christ's Passion, or the ~disposing of His mystical body, and 26 3, 90 | sacrament, but ~an act of virtue disposing one to that sacrament.~Aquin.: 27 Suppl, 18| causing that remission, but as disposing thereto. Consequently if ~ 28 Suppl, 43| he is given the ~power of disposing of his property after his 29 Suppl, 92| whereas ~the dowries are gifts disposing to this same union.~Aquin.:


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