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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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proposes

   Part, Question
1 1, 46 | puts off doing what it proposes to do; but ~this can be 2 1, 47 | puts off doing what it proposes to do; but ~this can be 3 1, 98 | matter, as the objection proposes; ~but sometimes by an extrinsic 4 1, 105 | inferior angel; and thus he proposes it to his knowledge. Thus 5 1, 116 | order; but inasmuch as he proposes to the disciple the order 6 2, 12 | presupposes ~knowledge, which proposes to the will the end to which 7 2, 13 | action: for the intellect proposes to the will its object, 8 2, 19 | erring reason sometimes proposes what is against the ~command 9 2, 19 | But when erring reason proposes ~something as being commanded 10 2, 65 | has not yet, but which one proposes to ~acquire at some future 11 2, 80 | to eat. Secondly, he that proposes ~or offers this object. 12 2, 80 | from without, nor he that proposes it, nor he that persuades, 13 2, 94 | Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher proposes there to discover the genus 14 2, 100 | therefore the Divine law proposes precepts about all those 15 2, 100 | Wherefore the ~Divine law proposes precepts about all those 16 2, 100 | the Divine law fittingly proposes precepts about ~the acts 17 2, 2 | to believe whatever God proposes to be believed.~Aquin.: 18 2, 2 | showing that what faith proposes ~is not impossible; wherefore 19 2, 6 | faith is from ~God, Who proposes to us the things we have 20 2, 6 | refers to the cause that proposes ~outwardly the things that 21 2, 28 | 9). Now ~the Philosopher proposes these means not as virtues, 22 2, 81 | ordering, seeing that man proposes something to be ~effected 23 2, 87 | that a person say what he proposes to do, since it is ~already 24 3, 8 | subjects to obey ~his will; but proposes to all the sign of his will, 25 Suppl, 69| 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Gregory proposes and solves this very difficulty (


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