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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | indeed, because man is directed to God, as to an ~end that 2 1, 1 | the ~good of the army is directed to the good of the State. 3 1, 1 | every practical science are directed. ~Hence it is clear that 4 1, 1 | man directs, and is not directed (Metaph. i). But ~this doctrine 5 1, 2 | towards an end, unless it be directed by ~some being endowed with 6 1, 2 | whom all natural things are directed to their end; and this being 7 1, 6 | without knowledge, as being ~directed to their ends by a higher 8 1, 6 | 3], A[6]); and He is not directed to anything else as to an 9 1, 6 | accordingly as they are directed to God, and this is by reason 10 1, 16 | understand. So then, among things directed to the object of the will, ~ 11 1, 17 | called false relatively as directed to another intellect, ~to 12 1, 17 | as a consequence of being directed to other things.~Aquin.: 13 1, 19 | But appetite, as it is ~directed to things not possessed, 14 1, 19 | knower; but the will is directed to things as they exist 15 1, 19 | manner; for the will is directed to ~things as they are in 16 1, 19 | the appetite faculty is directed ~to things as they exist 17 1, 20 | the intellect is ~first directed to universal truth; and 18 1, 21 | own. Now that which is ~directed to a man is said to be his 19 1, 21 | the thing to which it is directed. Now a twofold order has 20 1, 21 | whereby one created thing is directed to ~another, as the parts 21 1, 21 | debtor, since He is not directed to other things, ~but rather 22 1, 22 | which two other parts are directed - namely, ~remembrance of 23 1, 22 | the appetitive faculty is directed towards ~good, as the Philosopher 24 1, 22 | manner are necessarily directed by God towards some end; 25 1, 22 | only acted upon as though directed ~by another towards an end; 26 1, 22 | themselves, as if they ~directed themselves towards an end, 27 1, 23 | Further, all creatures are directed to their end by divine ~ 28 1, 23 | which created things are ~directed by God is twofold; one which 29 1, 23 | its nature, it ~must be directed thereto by another; thus, 30 1, 23 | another; thus, an arrow is directed by the ~archer towards a 31 1, 23 | life, is led towards it, directed, as it were, by God. ~The 32 1, 23 | A[2]). But nothing is directed towards an end unless the 33 1, 23 | effect of predestination is directed as to an end; and from ~ 34 1, 23 | that natural causes are directed to bring about ~those natural 35 1, 24 | except so far as it is directed to glory; for those are 36 1, 24 | which military service is directed. But the life of ~glory 37 1, 24 | an end, but of ~something directed towards an end. Hence nobody 38 1, 24 | as the life of grace is directed to ~glory. For this reason 39 1, 24 | eternal life, to which one is directed from two sources; ~namely, 40 1, 24 | sometimes; because some are directed by possessing ~grace, to 41 1, 36 | explained by some addition directed against rising heresies. 42 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 1: This saying is directed against those who did not 43 1, 41 | that a notional act can be directed to several ~Persons, so 44 1, 43 | the invisible mission is directed?~(7) Of the visible mission~( 45 1, 43 | The invisible mission was directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, 46 1, 43 | The invisible mission is directed to the blessed at the ~very 47 1, 43 | mission is only spoken of as directed to its term. ~Hence the 48 1, 43 | mission of the Holy Ghost was directed to ~Christ, to the apostles, 49 1, 43 | The visible mission was directed to Christ at the time of 50 1, 43 | apostles the mission was directed in the form of ~breathing 51 1, 45 | the object to ~which it is directed, which is the beginning 52 1, 45 | 2,3). Now, to be made is directed to the being of ~a thing. 53 1, 58 | of ~angelic knowledge as directed to six classes of things. 54 1, 59 | others; just as the ~arrow is directed to the target by the archer. 55 1, 59 | that the affection ~is directed to something outside. Yet 56 1, 60 | oneness in love which is directed to self than in love which 57 1, 62 | s natural inclination is directed towards what is in ~keeping 58 1, 62 | the movement of the ~will directed towards such beatitude, 59 1, 62 | every rational creature is directed as to its ~last end.~Aquin.: 60 1, 66 | OBJ 4: As potentiality is directed towards act, potential beings ~ 61 1, 66 | those, namely, that are ~directed only to natural ends. Yet 62 1, 76 | the natural philosopher is directed is ~indeed separate; yet 63 1, 77 | of ~substance, the power directed to that act cannot be in 64 1, 77 | that, A power as such is directed to an act. Wherefore we 65 1, 77 | from the act to which it is directed, and ~consequently the nature 66 1, 77 | power of its very nature is ~directed. Thus the senses of their 67 1, 77 | of their very nature are directed to the ~passive quality 68 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 1: This saying is directed against those who did not 69 1, 41 | that a notional act can be directed to several ~Persons, so 70 1, 43 | the invisible mission is directed?~(7) Of the visible mission~( 71 1, 43 | The invisible mission was directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, 72 1, 43 | The invisible mission is directed to the blessed at the ~very 73 1, 43 | mission is only spoken of as directed to its term. ~Hence the 74 1, 43 | mission of the Holy Ghost was directed to ~Christ, to the apostles, 75 1, 43 | The visible mission was directed to Christ at the time of 76 1, 43 | apostles the mission was directed in the form of breathing 77 1, 46 | the object to ~which it is directed, which is the beginning 78 1, 46 | 2,3). Now, to be made is directed to the being of ~a thing. 79 1, 59 | of ~angelic knowledge as directed to six classes of things. 80 1, 60 | others; just as the ~arrow is directed to the target by the archer. 81 1, 60 | that the affection ~is directed to something outside. Yet 82 1, 61 | oneness in love which is directed to self than in love which 83 1, 63 | s natural inclination is directed towards what is in ~keeping 84 1, 63 | the movement of the ~will directed towards such beatitude, 85 1, 63 | every rational creature is directed as to its ~last end.~Aquin.: 86 1, 67 | OBJ 4: As potentiality is directed towards act, potential beings ~ 87 1, 67 | those, namely, that are ~directed only to natural ends. Yet 88 1, 75 | the natural philosopher is directed is ~indeed separate; yet 89 1, 76 | of ~substance, the power directed to that act cannot be in 90 1, 76 | that, A power as such is directed to an act. Wherefore we 91 1, 76 | from the act to which it is directed, and ~consequently the nature 92 1, 76 | power of its very nature is ~directed. Thus the senses of their 93 1, 76 | of their very nature are directed to the ~passive quality 94 1, 77 | the ~nutritive force is directed to the preservation of the 95 1, 77 | existence, and to this is directed the ~"generative" power. 96 1, 77 | due ~quantity; to this is directed the "augmentative" power. 97 1, 77 | due quantity; to this is directed the "nutritive" power.~Aquin.: 98 1, 78 | that thing to which it is ~directed and which is its object. 99 1, 78 | any power by its nature be directed to an object according ~ 100 1, 78 | higher, and is ruled and directed by it. Therefore the higher ~ 101 1, 78 | reason are ~drawn from and directed by the principles of the 102 1, 78 | accidental whether it be directed to operation or not, and 103 1, 78 | practical intellect is good directed to the operation, and under 104 1, 78 | but many, since ~we are directed in our actions by many habits 105 1, 80 | movement of the soul which is directed to the bodily senses is 106 1, 80 | movement of the soul is directed ~to the bodily senses, Augustine 107 1, 81 | general, and each power is directed to some suitable good ~proper 108 1, 81 | proper to it, as sight is directed to the perception of color, 109 1, 81 | intellectual; as when our anger ~is directed against vice. Wherefore 110 1, 81 | A[7]), a power which is directed to an object ~according 111 1, 84 | faculty, as such, is "per se" directed to its proper object; and ~ 112 1, 85 | and the phantasms are ~directed to the knowledge of future 113 1, 85 | rather from human movements directed by reason. Hence the ~Philosopher 114 1, 88 | faculty of knowledge is directed by the (intelligible) species, 115 1, 91 | their life is principally directed; therefore the male sex 116 1, 91 | in nature's intention ~as directed to the work of generation. 117 1, 93 | because the life of man is directed to a supernatural end: ~ 118 1, 94 | passions of the soul are ~directed to what is good, as love 119 1, 94 | virtues. For some virtues ~are directed to curb passions: thus immoderate 120 1, 94 | perfections whereby reason is ~directed to God, and the inferior 121 1, 95 | wherever many things are ~directed to one, we shall always 122 1, 102 | does not appear to be so directed, but has ~stability in itself. 123 1, 102 | some sort of ~providence directed nature towards good as an 124 1, 102 | end, as though moved ~or directed by another thereto, as an 125 1, 102 | another thereto, as an arrow directed to the target by the ~archer, 126 1, 102 | shows clearly that it is ~directed by someone with knowledge, 127 1, 102 | the good to which it is ~directed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 128 1, 102 | Divine government is wholly directed to good, and ~everything 129 1, 107 | hierarchical order is so directed ~that some be cleansed, 130 1, 107 | accordingly as their ~offices are directed towards leading others to 131 1, 112 | mission of the angels is directed to the ~guardianship of 132 1, 116 | principle by which ~one is directed in teaching, just as art 133 1, 116 | principle by which one is ~directed in working.~Aquin.: SMT 134 1, 117 | same agent whose action is directed to ~the matter and to the 135 2, 1 | every act of seeing is ~directed to a visible object; so 136 2, 1 | nature to tend to an end, as directed or led by ~another, whether 137 2, 1 | the end: ~but when he is directed or led by another, for instance, 138 2, 1 | belongs to that which ~is directed by another to an end. And 139 2, 1 | for one man's will to be directed at the ~same time to several 140 2, 1 | for one man's will to be directed at the same time to several ~ 141 2, 1 | for one man's will to be directed at the ~same time to diverse 142 2, 1 | Actions done jestingly are not directed to any external ~end; but 143 2, 1 | remains in every desire directed to ~any object whatever, 144 2, 1 | thoughts be not actually directed ~to the last end. Thus while 145 2, 3 | the will. For the will is directed to the end, both absent, 146 2, 4 | wherefore its purpose is directed to good rather than to ~ 147 2, 5 | will. But the will can be directed to ~opposites. Therefore 148 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: The will can be directed to opposites, in things 149 2, 7 | inasmuch as man is thereby directed to Happiness. ~Now, everything 150 2, 7 | Now, everything that is directed to an end should be proportionate 151 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Good directed to the end is said to be 152 2, 7 | this ~respect that he is directed to the act; while other 153 2, 8 | rational powers can be directed to opposite purposes, ~according 154 2, 8 | Therefore the will can be directed to opposites; and consequently 155 2, 8 | convertible. But volition is directed ~not only to beings, but 156 2, 8 | rational power is not to be directed to all opposite ~purposes, 157 2, 8 | Wherefore the will can be directed to such opposite purposes 158 2, 8 | like: for the will can be directed to either ~under the aspect 159 2, 8 | is thus ~that the will is directed to them. Wherefore the Philosopher 160 2, 8 | which is useful, and is directed to and end, ~is in the genus " 161 2, 8 | building of the ship, which is directed to the end, belongs to the 162 2, 8 | end. Wherefore the will is directed to them, only in so far 163 2, 8 | only in so far as it ~is directed to the end: so that what 164 2, 8 | understand, is properly directed to things that are known 165 2, 8 | of the will whereby it is directed to the end and to the ~means.~ 166 2, 8 | act of the will can be directed to one and not to the other; 167 2, 10 | Philosopher ~(Metaph. ix, 2) are directed to opposites. But the will 168 2, 10 | Therefore ~the will is directed to opposites. Therefore 169 2, 12 | man's intention cannot be directed at the same time to God 170 2, 15 | animals?~(3) Whether it is directed to the end or to the means?~( 171 2, 15 | 1/1~Whether consent is directed to the end or to the means?~ 172 2, 15 | would seem that consent is directed to the end. Because that ~ 173 2, 15 | Therefore consent can be directed to the end.~Aquin.: SMT 174 2, 15 | therefore consent were only directed to the means it would ~nowise 175 2, 15 | Therefore ~consent is not only directed to the means.~Aquin.: SMT 176 2, 15 | in so far as they are directed to the end, they come under 177 2, 16 | appetite to ~something as directed to something else. If therefore 178 2, 16 | which is ~appetible only as directed to something else. But if 179 2, 17 | avoid. Wherefore they are directed by ~another to act; and 180 2, 17 | that, use of that which is directed to the end, in so far as 181 2, 17 | hand, use of that which is directed to the end, in so far as 182 2, 17 | of use is that which is directed to the ~end. Consequently, 183 2, 18 | deliberate reason be ~not directed to the due end, it is, by 184 2, 18 | character of evil. But if it be directed to a due ~end, it is in 185 2, 18 | it must needs be either directed or not directed to a due 186 2, 18 | be either directed or not directed to a due end. ~Consequently 187 2, 18 | is such that it cannot be directed to good or evil, either ~ 188 2, 18 | Thus, if a man's action is directed to the support or repose 189 2, 18 | of his body, ~it is also directed to the good of virtue, provided 190 2, 19 | For the will cannot be directed otherwise than to what is ~ 191 2, 19 | The will is not always directed to what is truly good, but ~ 192 2, 19 | of willing whatever is ~directed to the end. Consequently, 193 2, 20 | the end: since what ~is directed to the end receives the 194 2, 20 | reason, is ordained to things directed ~to the end. For this reason 195 2, 21 | matters of art, reason is directed to a ~particular end, which 196 2, 21 | in moral ~matters, it is directed to the general end of all 197 2, 29 | turning away from evil is directed as a means to the gaining ~ 198 2, 29 | ii, 4) that "anger is ~directed to something singular, whereas 199 2, 29 | whereas hatred is also directed to a ~thing in general; 200 2, 29 | 4) that "anger is always directed to ~something singular, 201 2, 29 | singular, whereas hatred can be directed to a thing in general."~ 202 2, 36 | approach ~is of itself directed to something suitable to 203 2, 36 | withdrawal ~is of itself directed to something contrary to 204 2, 36 | contrary is, ~in a way, directed to the same thing under 205 2, 46 | thieves; whereas anger is directed only towards ~an individual." 206 2, 49 | that by "habits we are directed well or ill in reference 207 2, 50 | power which may be variously directed to act, needs ~a habit whereby 208 2, 50 | power, it may be variously directed to act. And therefore in 209 2, 54 | habits of virtue, if it be ~directed to different ends; thus 210 2, 54 | 2~I answer that, A habit directed to operation, such as we 211 2, 54 | since this multiplicity is ~directed to one thing, on which the 212 2, 55 | to which the ~virtue is directed, namely, either to its object, 213 2, 55 | that to which virtue ~is directed as to its proper act. For 214 2, 55 | habits which are sometimes directed unto good, ~sometimes unto 215 2, 56 | well. Now a habit may be directed to a good act in two ~ways. 216 2, 56 | OBJ 3: Some virtues are directed to the good of moderated 217 2, 56 | case of ~virtues which are directed to some extrinsic good.~ 218 2, 57 | end. Now man is suitably directed to his due end by a virtue ~ 219 2, 57 | about what is to be done is directed to something ~further: for 220 2, 57 | Hence only one virtue is directed to ~being of good counsel, 221 2, 58 | since every human ~virtue is directed to man's good, it must be 222 2, 58 | for as much as they are directed by prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 223 2, 58 | First, that the intention be directed to a ~due end; and this 224 2, 59 | that which is moderated or directed by reason. Consequently 225 2, 60 | to which moral virtue is directed, is one thing, viz. ~the 226 2, 60 | in operations which are directed to another, that ~the good 227 2, 60 | to differ most, which are directed ~on the one side to the 228 2, 60 | virtue ~from that which is directed to the private good of an 229 2, 60 | certain order, ~as being directed to the one same thing, viz. 230 2, 60 | all of one ~order, but are directed to different things: for 231 2, 60 | Those three passions are directed to the same object in a ~ 232 2, 60 | since ~several virtues are directed about one passion, e.g. 233 2, 60 | and this same good may be directed to man's ~good in himself, 234 2, 60 | actions, to wit, that are ~directed by reason to a due end, 235 2, 61 | moral virtues. Now ~we are directed to moral works both by the 236 2, 61 | it is a "virtue," it is directed to good which involves the ~ 237 2, 61 | virtues in so far as they are directed by prudence. And ~each of 238 2, 61 | only legal justice ~that is directed to the common weal, as the 239 2, 62 | reason and will, man is directed to his ~first beginning 240 2, 62 | those actions whereby he ~is directed to happiness, as was explained 241 2, 62 | principles, ~whereby he may be directed to supernatural happiness, 242 2, 62 | happiness, even as he is ~directed to his connatural end, by 243 2, 62 | reason and will are naturally directed to God, inasmuch ~as He 244 2, 62 | nature, are not sufficiently ~directed to Him in so far as He is 245 2, 62 | end. Now among the virtues directed to the connatural ~end there 246 2, 62 | Now ~man's soul cannot be directed to God, save through the 247 2, 62 | natural ~inclination man is directed to his connatural end. Now 248 2, 62 | Secondly, the will ~is directed to this end, both as to 249 2, 62 | will suffices for it to be directed ~naturally to the end, both 250 2, 62 | respects, for the will to be directed to things that are ~above 251 2, 63 | follows that human virtue directed to the good which is defined ~ 252 2, 63 | virtues, whereby we are directed to a ~supernatural end, 253 2, 63 | things to ~which they are directed: for a man's health and 254 2, 63 | their respective healths are directed. In the same sense, the 255 2, 63 | according as they ~are well directed to diverse forms of government. 256 2, 64 | virtue, like moral virtue, is directed to the good, as stated above ~( 257 2, 65 | in those things that are directed to the end. In ~like manner 258 2, 65 | produce good ~works that are directed to an end not surpassing 259 2, 65 | virtues. ~For since virtue is directed to the doing of good works, 260 2, 65 | to which object we are ~directed by faith and hope.~Aquin.: 261 2, 66 | its command covers things directed to wisdom, ~viz. how men 262 2, 68 | to God is sufficiently directed by the theological virtues; 263 2, 68 | subject to human reason, and directed to man's ~connatural end, 264 2, 68 | virtues. But in matters ~directed to the supernatural end, 265 2, 68 | life: whereas art is not directed to such matters, but ~to 266 2, 70 | believe in God, then man is directed thereby to ~that which is 267 2, 71 | That to which virtue is directed is a good act, as was shown ~ 268 2, 71 | regard to things ~which are directed to the end: hence when he 269 2, 72 | Law, whereby man should be directed in all things: and ~if man 270 2, 72 | necessary, whereby man is ~directed in relation to other men 271 2, 72 | all things wherein we are directed in reference to our neighbor, 272 2, 72 | neighbor, we need ~to be directed according to the order of 273 2, 72 | Yet in some things we ~are directed according to reason, in 274 2, 72 | the things whereby man is directed to God, his neighbor, and 275 2, 72 | theological virtues man ~is directed to God; by temperance and 276 2, 72 | of sin, because they are directed to the one ~same end: thus 277 2, 72 | specifically, because ~they are directed to the same end, and proceed 278 2, 72 | the sinner's intention is directed. Consequently wherever ~ 279 2, 73 | intention of all the virtues is directed to the same end, so that 280 2, 73 | intention of the ~sinner is not directed to the point of straying 281 2, 73 | of reason; ~rather is it directed to tend to some appetible 282 2, 73 | the sinner's intention is directed ~when departing from reason, 283 2, 73 | that external ~things are directed to man as their end, while 284 2, 73 | end, while man is further directed to ~God as his end. Wherefore 285 2, 73 | in so far as they are ~directed to the last end. Therefore 286 2, 74 | higher reason a venial sin directed to ~its proper object?~Aquin.: 287 2, 74 | 2: Further, the will is directed either to the good or to 288 2, 74 | the act that the power is directed to its object. Now a morose ~ 289 2, 74 | lower powers ~that can be directed by the reason: and accordingly 290 2, 74 | the lower powers that are directed by the higher reason. ~For 291 2, 77 | thing, it is less able to be directed to several; and because, 292 2, 77 | Further, the will is not directed save to the good or the ~ 293 2, 77 | Because, since man ~is directed to right action by a twofold 294 2, 77 | Love, in so far as it is directed to ~the object of desire ( 295 2, 77 | One is ~natural, and is directed to those things which sustain 296 2, 77 | spiritual ~concupiscence, and is directed to those things which do 297 2, 79 | Whether these things are directed to the salvation of those 298 2, 79 | and hardness of heart are directed to the salvation of ~those 299 2, 79 | hardness of heart are always ~directed to the salvation of those 300 2, 79 | 3]). Therefore they are directed to ~the salvation of those 301 2, 79 | of its ~very nature, is directed to the damnation of those 302 2, 79 | temporary blindness is directed medicinally to the spiritual ~ 303 2, 79 | regards some, ~blindness is directed to their healing; but as 304 2, 79 | permits to be done, is ~directed to some good; yet not always 305 2, 79 | blindness of others is ~directed to their loss is due to 306 2, 83 | power, in as much as it is ~directed to generation; and it includes 307 2, 84 | these are all, in a way, directed to pleasure or sorrow. Hence 308 2, 85 | changed in so far as it is directed to its term.~Aquin.: SMT 309 2, 85 | whereby they are naturally directed to virtue; ~which destitution 310 2, 86 | of reason, ~whereby he is directed in his actions; the other, 311 2, 87 | fall into ~sin, this is directed to the good of virtue. Sometimes 312 2, 87 | infinite, because it is directed to an end, and ~"what is 313 2, 87 | to an end, and ~"what is directed to an end, is not infinite," 314 2, 87 | Nevertheless, they are ~directed by Divine providence, to 315 2, 87 | good of the soul is not directed to a yet higher good. ~Consequently 316 2, 88 | object. For, when the will is directed to a thing ~that is in itself 317 2, 88 | charity, whereby man is directed to his ~last end, the sin 318 2, 88 | however, the sinner's will is directed ~to a thing containing a 319 2, 88 | his reason, whereby he is directed to ~God and avoids committing 320 2, 89 | order as regards things directed to the end, the due order 321 2, 89 | end are not infallibly directed under the end, which holds 322 2, 89 | an angel's mind is not directed to the means, except as 323 2, 90 | practical intellect ~that are directed to actions have the nature 324 2, 90 | law is always something directed to the common good? ~Aquin.: 325 2, 90 | that the law is not always directed to the common ~good as to 326 2, 90 | forbid. But ~commands are directed to certain individual goods. 327 2, 90 | matters. Therefore the law is directed to ~some particular good.~ 328 2, 90 | but also of ~that which is directed private good. Therefore 329 2, 90 | Therefore the law is not only ~directed to the good of all, but 330 2, 90 | practical reason, ~unless it be directed to the last end which is 331 2, 91 | Further, by the law man is directed, in his acts, to the end, 332 2, 91 | it is by law that man is directed how to ~perform his proper 333 2, 91 | human ~law, man should be directed to his end by a law given 334 2, 91 | necessary for man ~to be directed in his proper acts by a 335 2, 91 | supernatural ~end man needs to be directed in a yet higher way. Hence 336 2, 91 | 2: Further, every law is directed to the end which the lawgiver ~ 337 2, 91 | it belongs to law to be directed to the common ~good as to 338 2, 93 | them. And many things are ~directed by the Divine law, which 339 2, 94 | practical ~reason, which is directed to action: since every agent 340 2, 94 | other powers must needs be ~directed according to reason. Wherefore 341 2, 94 | their inclinations should be directed according to reason.~Aquin.: 342 2, 95 | better for human acts to be directed ~by the judgment of wise 343 2, 96 | whereby the citizens ~are directed in the upholding of the 344 2, 96 | lower authority, since he is directed by that of a higher. In 345 2, 96 | above (A[4]), every law is directed to the ~common weal of men, 346 2, 97 | whereby human acts are directed. Thus there may be two causes 347 2, 98 | fitting for the law to be directed," as the ~Philosopher says ( 348 2, 99 | other ~hand the Divine law directed men to one another according 349 2, 99 | that order whereby man is directed to God, which order was 350 2, 99 | of that law. Now man is directed to God not only by the interior 351 2, 99 | character ~of a precept, but are directed to the observance of the 352 2, 100 | his possessions, which are directed to both the aforesaid; and 353 2, 100 | intention of every lawgiver is directed first and ~chiefly to the 354 2, 100 | matters in which men are directed to one another.~Aquin.: 355 2, 100 | intention of the lawgiver is ~directed chiefly to make men virtuous, 356 2, 101 | precepts whereby man is directed to God, ~just as the judicial 357 2, 101 | precepts ~whereby he is directed to his neighbor. Now man 358 2, 101 | his neighbor. Now man is directed to God by the ~worship due 359 2, 101 | like, which seem to be directed to God immediately, but 360 2, 101 | bodily worship: since it directed men to Christ, Who taught ~ 361 2, 102 | which all things must be ~directed. And since, for the human 362 2, 102 | for the human mind to be directed to God aright, it ~must 363 2, 104 | precepts were those which directed man in relation ~to his 364 2, 104 | precepts were not those which ~directed man in his relations to 365 2, 104 | precepts were not those which directed man in his relations to ~ 366 2, 104 | precepts were those which directed the relations ~between man 367 2, 104 | also all ~those that are directed to the ordering of one man 368 2, 104 | precepts whereby man is directed ~in his relations to his 369 2, 104 | neighbor, than whereby he is directed to God. For ~the same reason 370 2, 104 | of ~that people, who were directed by these precepts, was figurative, ~ 371 2, 104 | of that people who were ~directed to Christ. Consequently, 372 2, 104 | Those judicial precepts directed the people to justice and ~ 373 2, 104 | things which need to be ~directed, as pertaining to the relationship 374 2, 104 | Old Law, whereby men were ~directed in their relations to one 375 2, 104 | divers ways in which man is directed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 376 2, 105 | just judgment." It is ~also directed the manner of pronouncing 377 2, 105 | regard ~everyday actions directed to the necessities of life, 378 2, 107 | in species through being directed to different terms: ~while 379 2, 107 | of a virtuous habit, are directed in one way to ~perform virtuous 380 2, 107 | of ~virtuous habits are directed in another way. For those 381 2, 107 | with virtuous habits, are directed to the performance of virtuous ~ 382 2, 108 | human reason ~that we are directed to works of virtue, for 383 2, 108 | 1/1~Whether the New Law directed man sufficiently as regards 384 2, 108 | would seem that the New Law directed man insufficiently as ~regards 385 2, 108 | the other precepts, He directed man insufficiently.~Aquin.: 386 2, 108 | Therefore, in this respect, He directed human life ~insufficiently. ~ 387 2, 108 | consequently that the New Law directed man ~insufficiently in the 388 2, 108 | another. Hence Our Lord directed us becomingly with regard 389 2, 109 | or movers, man must ~be directed to the last end by the motion 390 2, 114 | the free-will's movement directed to ~God the mover, falls 391 2, 1 | so far as ~by them we are directed to God, and in as much as 392 2, 1 | faith of the believer is not directed to such and such ~accidents 393 2, 1 | faith, the human mind is ~directed to assent to such things 394 2, 1 | in so far as our faith is directed to the Holy Ghost, ~Who 395 2, 2 | Further, just as we are directed to God by faith, so are 396 2, 4 | will, it must needs be directed, as to its end, to the objects 397 2, 4 | end to which that act is directed, ~both because it takes 398 2, 4 | that the act of faith is directed to the ~object of the will, 399 2, 4 | a virtue. For virtue is directed ~to the good, since "it 400 2, 4 | Ethic. ii, 6). But faith is directed to the true. ~Therefore 401 2, 4 | will should be ~infallibly directed to the last end, on account 402 2, 4 | the soul ever has its will directed to a good end. ~Therefore 403 2, 5 | through the will being directed to the good, and in this 404 2, 8 | will cannot ~be rightly directed to good, unless there be 405 2, 9 | to works, since we ~are directed in our actions by the knowledge 406 2, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Man is directed to God by his reason, whereby 407 2, 10 | natural ~order of things, is directed to God by its parents' reason, 408 2, 11 | A[3]) is about things ~directed to the end, the end being 409 2, 11 | the character ~of being directed to the end.~Aquin.: SMT 410 2, 18 | that the ~punishment is directed to God as its end, and that, 411 2, 18 | its object ~or end being directed to a further end. Consequently 412 2, 18 | enjoyment of God, and is directed thereto according to a participation 413 2, 18 | human conduct; since this is directed ~not only by the human law, 414 2, 18 | which virtue is principally directed by reason of its own nature, 415 2, 22 | three kinds of friendship, directed respectively towards the 416 2, 22 | friendship of charity ~is chiefly directed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 417 2, 22 | based on the virtuous is directed to ~none but a virtuous 418 2, 22 | chiefly an end, for things directed to the end ~are not said 419 2, 22 | considered in ~itself, it can be directed to the principal good, which 420 2, 22 | virtue is that which is directed to man's principal good; 421 2, 22 | charity, in so far as it ~is directed to some particular good. 422 2, 23 | For choice is of things ~directed to the end, whereas the 423 2, 23 | The increase of charity is directed to an end, which is not ~ 424 2, 23 | their aim is principally directed towards union ~with God. 425 2, 23 | a disorder about things directed to the end: and a man's 426 2, 23 | act as regards the ~things directed to the end. Thus sick people 427 2, 23 | order in respect of things directed to the ~end, does not deserve 428 2, 23 | movement of that mind is directed to God, is possessed ~by 429 2, 23 | is not always ~actually directed to God: so that when it 430 2, 23 | when it is not actually directed to ~God, something may occur 431 2, 23 | inordinate affection for things directed ~to the end, does not remove 432 2, 23 | inordinate affection for things directed to the ~end, i.e., for created 433 2, 24 | considered as specially directed ~to them, namely, that we 434 2, 25 | the virtuous is based, is directed, as to its end, to the good 435 2, 25 | wish other things to be directed to God, and ~even work for 436 2, 26 | for Himself. For He is not directed to anything else ~as to 437 2, 28 | except where the appetite is directed to what is truly good, since 438 2, 28 | one's own appetites being directed to one ~object; while the 439 2, 28 | another's distress, it is ~directed, properly speaking, towards 440 2, 29 | For ~charity is chiefly directed to God. Now we cannot benefit 441 2, 29 | virtue. For precepts ~are directed to virtue, since lawgivers 442 2, 30 | the one in distress is ~directed to the satisfaction for 443 2, 30 | and in so far as it is directed ~to placate God, it has 444 2, 31 | properly so called, which is directed to the ~amendment of the 445 2, 31 | prudence ~regulates whatever is directed to the end, about which 446 2, 31 | some action aright which is directed to the end of some virtue, 447 2, 31 | virtue to ~whose end it is directed. Since, then, the admonition 448 2, 31 | fraternal correction is directed to the removal of a brother' 449 2, 31 | disposition of ~whatever is directed to the end depends on the 450 2, 31 | fraternal correction is directed to a brother's ~amendment: 451 2, 31 | belongs to prelates, and is directed to the common ~good, has 452 2, 31 | fraternal correction is directed to the amendment of the ~ 453 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 3: Whatever is directed to end, becomes good through 454 2, 31 | becomes good through being ~directed to the end. Hence whenever 455 2, 32 | and consequently hatred is directed to our ~neighbor before 456 2, 32 | our ~neighbor before being directed to God. Therefore, since 457 2, 33 | acts of each virtue are ~directed to one spiritual good, which 458 2, 37 | which that multitude is directed, even as the good of a rank 459 2, 38 | the clerical Orders are directed to the ministry of ~the 460 2, 38 | to fight, because war is directed to the ~shedding of blood.~ 461 2, 38 | to dispose that which is directed to the ~end. Now, among 462 2, 39 | the intention of hatred is directed to the hurt of ~one's enemy 463 2, 40 | not just, because it is ~directed, not to the common good, 464 2, 42 | which ~the precepts are directed, as shown above (FS, Q[90], 465 2, 42 | sake: while that which is directed to the ~end is due for the 466 2, 42 | precepts are given, are directed either to ~the freeing of 467 2, 42 | precepts of the decalogue are directed to the love ~of God and 468 2, 42 | precepts of the Law are directed to virtue, as stated ~above ( 469 2, 42 | Now we are sufficiently directed to love God by the precept, " 470 2, 42 | love of our neighbor ~is directed. Therefore it behooved us 471 2, 42 | two acts, one of ~which is directed to the other as to its end. 472 2, 42 | loved in that ~which is directed to the end; and yet there 473 2, 42 | heart be always ~actually directed to God: this is the perfection 474 2, 42 | whole heart be habitually directed to God, so that ~it consent 475 2, 42 | which the counsels are ~directed, is between the two perfections 476 2, 43 | 68], A[8]). Now virtue is directed to the good ~alone, wherefore 477 2, 43 | gifts of the Holy ~Ghost directed to the good alone. But wisdom 478 2, 43 | good alone. But wisdom is directed to evil also, ~for it is 479 2, 45 | of those things that are directed to the end there is counsel 480 2, 45 | art, because art is both directed to a particular end, and 481 2, 45 | the other parts of man are directed to reason ~as to their end. 482 2, 45 | Therefore all actions are directed to prudence as ~their end. 483 2, 45 | of these things that are directed to the ~end.~Aquin.: SMT 484 2, 45 | practical reason, which is directed to ~action, goes further, 485 2, 45 | Ethic. v, 1) that virtue directed to the common good is justice. 486 2, 45 | Therefore prudence is not directed to the ~common good.~Aquin.: 487 2, 45 | every moral virtue that is directed to the common good is called ~" 488 2, 45 | so the prudence that is directed to the common good is ~called " 489 2, 45 | temperance and fortitude can be directed to the common ~good, hence 490 2, 45 | Political prudence," which is directed to the common ~good of the 491 2, 45 | formal aspect of all things directed to the end, ~is taken from 492 2, 45 | simply so called, which is directed to ~one's own good; another, " 493 2, 45 | domestic prudence" which is directed to the ~common good of the 494 2, 45 | political prudence," which is ~directed to the common good of the 495 2, 45 | as the prudence which is directed to the common good. This 496 2, 45 | called "political," as being ~directed to the common good.~Aquin.: 497 2, 45 | thus for instance, habits ~directed to riding, soldiering, and 498 2, 45 | that the habit which is directed to the last ~end is above 499 2, 45 | imperfect through being directed to a particular end, since 500 2, 45 | they lack prudence which is directed to the good only; and yet


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