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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inclining

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | above these, such as habits inclining them like a ~second nature 2 1, 63 | again, could any habit inclining to sin precede their first 3 1, 64 | again, could any habit inclining to sin precede their first 4 1, 114 | have a certain force in ~inclining the will; nevertheless the 5 2, 38 | When there are two causes inclining to contrary movements, ~ 6 2, 54 | adhering to a power, and inclining that power to acts of a 7 2, 58 | virtue like a second nature, inclining him to consent to his ~reason, 8 2, 72 | find a different motive inclining the intention to sin, there 9 2, 75 | rule, and the appetite, as inclining to sin. Accordingly something ~ 10 2, 75 | If the external causes inclining to sin be multiplied, the ~ 11 2, 75 | dispositions and habits inclining to like acts. Secondly, 12 2, 76 | of the passion or habit inclining to sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 13 2, 78 | having a corrupt ~disposition inclining him to evil, so that, in 14 2, 79 | works in men's hearts, by inclining ~their wills to whatever 15 2, 79 | First, directly, namely be inclining his or another's will ~to 16 2, 90 | the ~extrinsic principle inclining to evil is the devil, of 17 2, 108 | habit bestowed on us and inclining us to act aright, it makes 18 2, 22 | superadded to the natural power, inclining it to the act of love, this ~ 19 2, 22 | superadded to the ~natural power, inclining that power to the act of 20 3, 27 | reason; and this it does by inclining to evil, or hindering from ~ 21 3, 27 | sanctification she received grace inclining her ~to good: in the conception 22 Suppl, 81| either because it has a force inclining it to a contrary ~movement, 23 Suppl, 81| resistance, neither of a force inclining to a contrary movement nor


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