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intemperate 45
intend 101
intended 194
intending 25
intends 173
intense 72
intensely 19
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25 impede
25 inadmissible
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25 intending
25 interpreted
25 irreverence
25 kills
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intending

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | thing, at the same time ~intending to destroy it later. Therefore 2 1, 102 | only, "for no ~one acts intending evil," as Dionysius says ( 3 1, 115 | proper effect that ~a man intending to dig a grace finds a treasure. 4 2, 12 | end. For when we speak of intending to have health, we mean 5 2, 12 | to acquire wealth, from intending both the others.~Aquin.: 6 2, 12 | instinct. The other way of intending an end belongs to the mover; ~ 7 2, 19 | Nevertheless the very fact of intending health ~intensely, redounds, 8 2, 20 | to church continuously, intending at first ~vainglory, and 9 2, 21 | produce a bad thing, while intending to ~produce something good; 10 2, 21 | produce something good, while intending to ~produce something bad. 11 2, 25 | which intends the end before intending the removal of a contrary, 12 2, 72 | sinner, for "no one acts ~intending evil," as Dionysius declares ( 13 2, 73 | account of his neither ~intending nor foreseeing this, as 14 2, 78 | iv) that "no one works ~intending evil." Now to sin through 15 2, 79 | act: for "no one works, intending evil," as ~Dionysius states ( 16 2, 57 | which is unjust, without intending to do an unjust ~thing, 17 2, 62 | public authority, who while intending to kill a man in ~self-defense, 18 2, 71 | evil about someone, not intending to injure him, but through ~ 19 2, 87 | there is no hindrance, if by intending to assure a man, we show ~ 20 2, 109 | of ~that virtue, not as intending them for their own sake, 21 2, 109 | to different things, by ~intending one thing inwardly, and 22 2, 113 | flatterer, ~even without his intending it, becomes to another an 23 3, 88 | however, a ~man, while intending to commit a sin, e.g. murder 24 Suppl, 49| intention, even without intending any marriage good, for instance 25 Suppl, 49| marriage good, for instance by ~intending to keep or acquire bodily


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