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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | comprehended under some clear intention of the Creator; for no ~ 2 1, 13 | because this is against the intention of those who speak of God. 3 1, 15 | ultimate end is ~the proper intention of the principal agent, 4 1, 15 | an army (is ~the proper intention) of the general. Now the 5 1, 15 | the idea; and because the intention of ~nature regards the species, 6 1, 19 | independent of the divine ~intention and will; which is inadmissible. 7 1, 19 | accidentally. For it is beside the intention of the ~sinner, that any 8 1, 19 | sin; as it was beside the ~intention of tyrants that the patience 9 1, 22 | other than, and outside the intention of the ~agent. But the causality 10 1, 29 | species" is a name of an intention. Therefore, since person 11 1, 29 | Likewise, terms expressive of ~intention can be used in defining 12 1, 29 | a name expressive of an intention; and ~thus it is called " 13 1, 30 | it to be a community of intention, as ~the definition of person 14 1, 30 | name of ~exclusion nor of intention, but the name of a reality. 15 1, 38 | which is not ~given with the intention of a return - and it thus 16 1, 47 | would not proceed from the intention of the first agent, but 17 1, 47 | of things come from ~the intention of the first agent, who 18 1, 47 | in this sense is not the intention of the divine ~agent; forasmuch 19 1, 48 | the scope of our will and intention."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 20 1, 62 | every movement the mover's intention is centered upon ~one determined 21 1, 62 | movable subject; ~because intention looks to the end, to which 22 1, 62 | fixed beforehand by the intention of Him Who ~directs towards 23 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 2: The Divine intention is not frustrated either 24 1, 76 | understood; so that the common intention will have ~to be abstracted 25 1, 77 | nevertheless, prior to it in intention and logically; as the end 26 1, 38 | which is not ~given with the intention of a return - and it thus 27 1, 48 | would not proceed from the intention of the first agent, but 28 1, 48 | of things come from ~the intention of the first agent, who 29 1, 48 | in this sense is not the intention of the divine ~agent; forasmuch 30 1, 49 | the scope of our will and intention."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 31 1, 63 | every movement the mover's intention is centered upon ~one determined 32 1, 63 | movable subject; ~because intention looks to the end, to which 33 1, 63 | fixed beforehand by the intention of Him Who ~directs towards 34 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 2: The Divine intention is not frustrated either 35 1, 75 | understood; so that the common intention will have ~to be abstracted 36 1, 76 | nevertheless, prior to it in intention and logically; as the end 37 1, 77 | end, which is first in the intention; the other - the ~"locomotive" 38 1, 77 | is required, whereby an ~intention of the sensible form is 39 1, 77 | animals is found in some ~such intention, for instance, that something 40 1, 78 | certain thing is called intention; that which remains and ~ 41 1, 78 | operation; and this is called "intention." And when it goes on in 42 1, 84 | considered together with the intention of ~universality. And since 43 1, 84 | universality. And since the intention of universality - viz. the 44 1, 84 | of perfection or of the intention of nature: for instance, ~ 45 1, 84 | comes before animal. For the intention of nature does ~not stop 46 1, 84 | as understood with the intention of ~universality, is, indeed, 47 1, 84 | knowledge, in so far ~as the intention of universality results 48 1, 84 | it is that the ultimate intention of nature is to ~the species 49 1, 91 | is included in nature's intention ~as directed to the work 50 1, 91 | generation. Now the general intention of ~nature depends on God, 51 1, 92 | said species; thirdly, the intention of the will applying ~the 52 1, 92 | and thirdly, we find the intention of the will joining both ~ 53 1, 92 | represented. Lastly the intention of the will joining the 54 1, 102 | we gather ~therefrom the intention of him that put it in order, 55 1, 102 | therein. Therefore the intention of a ruler over a multitude 56 1, 107 | end; thirdly, ~we fix our intention on the end; of which the 57 1, 112 | for they have not a right intention: for "faith directs the ~ 58 1, 112 | for "faith directs the ~intention" as Augustine says (Enarr. 59 1, 113 | by God: for the ~demons' intention is the loss of souls; whereas 60 1, 113 | to punish, do ~so with an intention other than that for which 61 2, 1 | the order of the agent's intention. And it is this way that ~ 62 2, 1 | not move except out of ~intention for an end. For if the agent 63 2, 1 | as it pre-exists in the intention, ~pertains to the will, 64 2, 1 | order in ends - the order of intention and the order ~of execution: 65 2, 1 | is first in the order of intention, is the ~principle, as it 66 2, 1 | Now the principle in the intention is the last end; while the ~ 67 2, 1 | its term, nor would the intention of the agent be at rest; ~ 68 2, 1 | the virtue of the first intention, ~which was in respect of 69 2, 1 | do not turn away from the intention of the last end, ~which 70 2, 1 | of the last end, ~which intention they mistakenly seek in 71 2, 5 | something else: thus the "intention" of color which is in the 72 2, 8 | volition," "enjoyment," and "intention"; we must consider: (1) 73 2, 8 | volition; ~(2) enjoyment; (3) intention. Concerning the first, three 74 2, 11 | is possessed not only in intention but also in reality; imperfectly, ~ 75 2, 11 | when it is possessed in intention only. Perfect enjoyment, 76 2, 11 | not really, but only in intention.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 77 2, 11 | in ~reality, but also in intention, as stated above.~ 78 2, 12 | 12] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF INTENTION (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 79 2, 12 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider Intention: concerning which there 80 2, 12 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether intention is an act of intellect or 81 2, 12 | the same time?~(4) Whether intention of the end is the same act 82 2, 12 | the ~means?~(5) Whether intention is within the competency 83 2, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether intention is an act of the intellect 84 2, 12 | OBJ 1: It would seem that intention is an act of the intellect, 85 2, 12 | ii, 13) the eye signifies intention. But since the eye is ~the 86 2, 12 | apprehensive power. Therefore ~intention is not an act of the appetitive 87 2, 12 | that Our ~Lord spoke of intention as a light, when He said ( 88 2, 12 | to knowledge. ~Therefore intention does too.~Aquin.: SMT FS 89 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, intention implies a kind of ordaining 90 2, 12 | act of reason. Therefore intention belongs not to the will ~ 91 2, 12 | it is choice, from which intention ~is distinct. Therefore 92 2, 12 | Trin. xi, 4,8,9) that "the intention ~of the will unites the 93 2, 12 | inner thought." ~Therefore intention is an act of the will.~Aquin.: 94 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Intention, as the very word denotes, 95 2, 12 | the mover. Consequently intention ~belongs first and principally 96 2, 12 | Wherefore it is ~evident that intention, properly speaking, is an 97 2, 12 | OBJ 1: The eye designates intention figuratively, not because ~ 98 2, 12 | figuratively, not because ~intention has reference to knowledge, 99 2, 12 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Intention is called a light because 100 2, 12 | Consequently this word "intention" indicates an ~act of the 101 2, 12 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Intention is an act of the will in 102 2, 12 | something is ordained; and thus "intention" regards ~the end. For when 103 2, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether intention is only of the last end?~ 104 2, 12 | OBJ 1: It would seem that intention is only of the last end. 105 2, 12 | Sentences (Sent. 100): "The intention of ~the heart is a cry to 106 2, 12 | human heart. ~Therefore intention is always regards the last 107 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, intention regards the end as the terminus, 108 2, 12 | something last. Therefore intention ~always regards the last 109 2, 12 | OBJ 3: Further, just as intention regards the end, so does 110 2, 12 | the last end. Therefore intention is too.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 111 2, 12 | stated above (A[1], ad 4), intention regards the end ~as a terminus 112 2, 12 | but not the ~last. And intention can be both. Consequently 113 2, 12 | both. Consequently though intention is always ~of the end, it 114 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The intention of the heart is called a 115 2, 12 | is always the object of intention, but because He sees our 116 2, 12 | but because He sees our intention. ~Or because, when we pray, 117 2, 12 | when we pray, we direct our intention to God, which intention ~ 118 2, 12 | intention to God, which intention ~has the force of a cry.~ 119 2, 12 | the ~last end alone. But intention implies movement towards 120 2, 12 | ii, 14,16,17) that ~man's intention cannot be directed at the 121 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, intention designates a movement of 122 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, intention presupposes an act of reason 123 2, 12 | things at the same time. For intention is not only ~of the last 124 2, 12 | as one by the reason. Now intention is ~a movement of the will 125 2, 12 | take them as one term of intention, in so far as the ~reason 126 2, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether intention of the end is the same act 127 2, 12 | It would seem that the intention of the end and the volition 128 2, 12 | the ~window, belongs to intention; whereas that I will to 129 2, 12 | of the means. Therefore intention of the end and ~the willing 130 2, 12 | distinct objects. Therefore the intention of the ~end and the willing 131 2, 12 | choice. But choice ~and intention are not the same. Therefore 132 2, 12 | not the same. Therefore intention of the end and the ~willing 133 2, 12 | pertaining to the will, the intention of the end is the same movement 134 2, 12 | the means, it is called "intention." A sign of this is that 135 2, 12 | this is that we can have ~intention of the end without having 136 2, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether intention is within the competency 137 2, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, just as intention is of the end, so is enjoyment. 138 2, 12 | Q[11], A[2]). ~Therefore intention is too.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 139 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Intention of an end implies ordaining 140 2, 12 | OBJ 1: This argument takes intention in the sense of being moved ~ 141 2, 12 | one thing to ~another, as intention does, but absolute repose 142 2, 13 | 1~I answer that, Just as intention regards the end, so does 143 2, 14 | which precedes indeed in intention, ~but comes afterwards into 144 2, 18 | execution; but first in the intention of ~the reason, in regard 145 2, 18 | least in respect of the intention of the end. For since it 146 2, 19 | the means, depends on ~the intention of the end?~(8) Whether 147 2, 19 | degree of good or evil in the intention?~(9) Whether the goodness 148 2, 19 | can put aside his ~evil intention. In like manner, suppose 149 2, 19 | the means, depends on the ~intention of the end?~Aquin.: SMT 150 2, 19 | does not depend on ~the intention of the end. For it has been 151 2, 19 | does not ~depend on the intention of the end.~Aquin.: SMT 152 2, 19 | will does not depend on the intention of ~the end.~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 19 | 3) that God rewards the ~intention. But God rewards a thing 154 2, 19 | the will depends on the intention of the end.~Aquin.: SMT 155 2, 19 | 1/2~I answer that, The intention may stand in a twofold relation 156 2, 19 | accompanying'] it. The intention precedes the act of the 157 2, 19 | necessity, depend on the intention of the end.~Aquin.: SMT 158 2, 19 | 2/2~On the other hand, intention follows the act of the will, 159 2, 19 | depend on the subsequent intention, ~except in so far as that 160 2, 19 | repeated with the subsequent intention.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 161 2, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: When the intention is the cause of the act 162 2, 19 | to be good, if an evil ~intention is the cause of willing. 163 2, 19 | is evil. If, however, the intention is subsequent to the act 164 2, 19 | latter may be good: and the intention does not spoil ~that act 165 2, 19 | degree of good or evil in the intention?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 166 2, 19 | the degree of good in the intention. Because on Mt. 12:35, " 167 2, 19 | as he intends." But the intention ~gives goodness not only 168 2, 19 | according to the goodness of his intention.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 169 2, 19 | But the ~goodness of the intention is the cause of the good 170 2, 19 | is good, according as his intention is good.~Aquin.: SMT FS 171 2, 19 | sins in proportion to his ~intention: for if a man were to throw 172 2, 19 | a stone with a murderous intention, ~he would be guilty of 173 2, 19 | 1/1~On the contrary, The intention can be good, while the will 174 2, 19 | for the same reason, the intention can be better, and the will ~ 175 2, 19 | to both the act, and the intention of the end, ~we may consider 176 2, 19 | on the quantity in the intention. With regard to the external 177 2, 19 | he could not realize his intention, if he ~intended to buy 178 2, 19 | is not so good as the ~intention. Yet because the intention 179 2, 19 | intention. Yet because the intention also belongs, in a way, 180 2, 19 | quantity of goodness in the intention redounds upon the act ~of 181 2, 19 | consider the quantity in the intention and in the act, ~according 182 2, 19 | then the intensity of the ~intention redounds upon the interior 183 2, 19 | of the ~will: since the intention stands in relation to them 184 2, 19 | considered materially, while the intention is intense, the interior ~ 185 2, 19 | may be referred to the intention as its object: as when a 186 2, 19 | considers principally the intention of the end. Wherefore another 187 2, 19 | treasure of the heart is the ~intention, according to which God 188 2, 19 | For the goodness of ~the intention, as stated above, redounds, 189 2, 19 | OBJ 2: The goodness of the intention is not the whole cause of 190 2, 19 | The mere malice of the intention suffices to make the will ~ 191 2, 19 | the will is as evil as the intention is evil. ~But the same reasoning 192 2, 19 | the will depends ~on the intention of the end. Now the last 193 2, 20 | precedes in the order of intention, but follows in ~the order 194 2, 20 | the will be good from its intention of the end, this is ~not 195 2, 20 | either by reason of its intention of the end, or by reason 196 2, 20 | especially when such is his ~intention.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 197 2, 21 | depends, before all, on the intention of the ~end, and on its 198 2, 21 | Wherefore also, since the very intention of this end is ordained 199 2, 21 | the ~last end, this same intention may be right or sinful.~ 200 2, 22 | knows it by reason ~of an "intention" of the thing, which "intention" 201 2, 22 | intention" of the thing, which "intention" it has in itself, or ~receives 202 2, 22 | the organ receives an "intention" of the object. And this 203 2, 22 | colored, but by receiving an intention of ~color. But the organs 204 2, 25 | is first in the order of ~intention, but last in the order of 205 2, 25 | indeed first in the ~order of intention, but last in the order of 206 2, 25 | either in the order ~of intention or in the order of execution. 207 2, 25 | pleasure. But in the ~order of intention, it is the reverse: because 208 2, 25 | precedes love in the ~order of intention.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 209 2, 25 | natural movement, but to the intention of nature, ~which intends 210 2, 25 | the soul: ~the order of intention, and the order of execution 211 2, 25 | either in the order of ~intention; and thus joy and sadness, 212 2, 25 | passions, in the order of ~intention and completion. And though 213 2, 26 | itself, as it were, ~into its intention; while the appetite moves 214 2, 29 | the case in ~the order of intention: since approach to one term 215 2, 29 | rather ~to the order of intention than to that of execution. 216 2, 31 | one, ~according to the intention of the end, and this belongs 217 2, 37 | must needs happen, when the intention of the soul ~is strongly 218 2, 37 | one, can only ~have one intention. The result is that if one 219 2, 37 | upon itself the ~entire intention of the soul, or a great 220 2, 37 | and effort with a strong intention, as is clearly stated in ~ 221 2, 37 | more will he retain the intention of ~his mind so as to prevent 222 2, 37 | upon ~themselves the soul's intention, hinder the reason from 223 2, 37 | pain attracts the soul's intention more than pleasure does: ~ 224 2, 37 | intense, it attracts the intention, ~so that man is unable 225 2, 38 | allowed ~to escape, the soul's intention is dispersed as it were 226 2, 49 | more in keeping with the intention of Aristotle: ~for in order 227 2, 50 | clearly contrary to the ~intention of Aristotle: both because 228 2, 56 | two things, namely, the intention of ~the end, and this belongs 229 2, 56 | concupiscible powers have a ~right intention of the end in regard to 230 2, 58 | required. First, that the intention be directed to a ~due end; 231 2, 62 | the end, both as to the intention of the end and as to its ~ 232 2, 66 | moral virtue gives right intention of the end; whereas ~prudence 233 2, 70 | 23, "the Apostle had no ~intention of teaching us how many [ 234 2, 71 | omission follows outside the intention, and that which is outside 235 2, 71 | that which is outside the ~intention is said to be accidental ( 236 2, 72 | referred accidentally to the intention of the sinner, for "no one 237 2, 72 | determined to one by the intention of the end, as the ~Philosopher 238 2, 72 | what is outside the agent's intention is ~accidental (Phys. ii, 239 2, 72 | punishment is ~outside the intention of the sinner, wherefore 240 2, 72 | is outside the sinner's intention, as stated above ~(A[1]), 241 2, 72 | object to which the sinner's intention is directed. Consequently 242 2, 72 | different motive inclining the intention to sin, there will be ~a 243 2, 72 | It is not the sinner's intention to depart from reason; and ~ 244 2, 72 | truth be not outside the intention, it is evident that ~then 245 2, 73 | 1/1~I answer that, The intention of the man who acts according 246 2, 73 | reason, is different from the intention of the sinner in straying 247 2, 73 | path of reason. For the intention of every man acting ~according 248 2, 73 | of reason, wherefore the ~intention of all the virtues is directed 249 2, 73 | above (Q[65], A[1]). But the intention of the ~sinner is not directed 250 2, 73 | goods, to which the sinner's intention is directed ~when departing 251 2, 73 | an end, in so far as the intention ~of the agent is fixed on 252 2, 73 | is induced to sin by the ~intention of a more evil end. Other 253 2, 73 | growing ~crops, although his intention is not to do this harm, 254 2, 73 | although such was not his intention, nor was it ~perhaps foreseen 255 2, 74 | outside the will and the ~intention." But sin has the character 256 2, 75 | indirectly, and beside the intention: for the lack of order in 257 2, 76 | which is done beside the intention, is done ~accidentally. 258 2, 76 | done ~accidentally. Now the intention cannot be about what is 259 2, 76 | the ignorant person, the ~intention of sin remains in him: so 260 2, 76 | it is through the ~will's intention to sin that he is willing 261 2, 77 | a manner contrary to his intention.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 262 2, 77 | accidentally, i.e. beside his intention. Now an effect ~is increased 263 2, 78 | malice seems to denote the intention ~of doing evil [*Alluding 264 2, 80 | which the ~devil has no intention of doing in man's regard; 265 2, 84 | is a twofold ~order, of intention, and of execution. In the 266 2, 84 | commits a sin with a good intention, e.g. steals in order to 267 2, 84 | commit a sin ~with a good intention, seems to point to ignorance, 268 2, 85 | defects are beside the ~intention of the sinner, it is evident 269 2, 85 | adapted to the workman's intention, nor to the purpose of his 270 2, 87 | sin, for it is beside the intention of the sinner. Therefore 271 2, 87 | s act, being beside his intention, so also is the debt of ~ 272 2, 89 | is the first thing in the intention. Therefore this is the time ~ 273 2, 90 | says (Ethic. ii, 1), "the intention ~of the lawgiver is to lead 274 2, 92 | Ethic. ii, 1) that the "intention ~of every lawgiver is to 275 2, 92 | particular respect. For if the intention of the lawgiver is fixed 276 2, 92 | simply. If, however, the intention of the lawgiver is fixed 277 2, 92 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the intention of a lawgiver is to make 278 2, 96 | 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, the intention of the lawgiver is to make 279 2, 96 | saying that he observes the ~intention of the lawgiver, he seems 280 2, 96 | in order to observe the intention of the lawgiver.~Aquin.: 281 2, 96 | no right to interpret the intention of the lawgiver, ~but should 282 2, 96 | knows how to explain his intention by ~words. But those who 283 2, 96 | should not judge of the intention of the lawgiver otherwise ~ 284 2, 96 | OBJ 2: He who follows the intention of the lawgiver, does not ~ 285 2, 97 | prejudice of, but with the intention of ~benefiting, the common 286 2, 99 | because, just as the principal intention of human law is to ~created 287 2, 99 | man and man; so the chief intention of the ~Divine law is to 288 2, 99 | seem to be contrary to the intention of a lawgiver: and this ~ 289 2, 100 | the law be observed, the intention of the lawgiver is ~frustrated. 290 2, 100 | is ~frustrated. Now the intention of every lawgiver is directed 291 2, 100 | such precepts contain the intention ~of the lawgiver, and therefore 292 2, 100 | precepts which contain the intention of the ~lawgiver. For instance 293 2, 100 | decalogue contain the very intention of the ~lawgiver, who is 294 2, 100 | that which belongs to the intention of the lawgiver ~comes chiefly 295 2, 100 | under the precept. But the intention of the lawgiver is ~directed 296 2, 100 | this is contrary to the intention ~of the law, which aims 297 2, 100 | implied, of volition and of intention, about ~which we have spoken 298 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The intention of the lawgiver is twofold. 299 2, 100 | is virtue. Secondly, his intention is brought to bear on the 300 2, 100 | Q[12], A[4]) that the intention of the end is a formal mode 301 2, 102 | happen by chance outside the intention of the end, or ~which are 302 2, 102 | their eyes": whereas the intention ~of the Lord in giving this 303 2, 102 | cloaks signify the godly intention which should ~accompany 304 2, 103 | health's sake, not with the intention of observing legal circumcision. ~ 305 2, 104 | truth of faith. ~But the intention of observing them, as though 306 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 3: It was not the intention of the Law to sanction the ~ 307 2, 107 | which was contrary to the intention of the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 308 2, 107 | precept, He taught that the ~intention of the Law was that retaliation 309 2, 108 | what has to be done, and intention of the end. Wherefore, in ~ 310 2, 108 | place He directs ~man's intention, by teaching that in our 311 2, 112 | ordained to by God, since God's intention cannot fail, ~according 312 2, 114 | sometimes, men have not a right intention in them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 313 2, 10 | to the angel, since his ~intention is to adhere to a good angel. 314 2, 10 | Further, faith directs the intention. Now there can be no good ~ 315 2, 10 | what comes from a right intention. Therefore, among unbelievers, 316 2, 10 | OBJ 2: Faith directs the intention with regard to the supernatural ~ 317 2, 10 | natural reason can direct the intention ~in respect of a connatural 318 2, 10 | First, according to the intention of the sinner, in which 319 2, 10 | disputant, we must consider his intention. ~For if he were to dispute 320 2, 11 | from heresy is beside the intention ~of heretics, for it consists 321 2, 11 | than what is beside their ~intention, and so, tolerate them.~ 322 2, 12 | speaks against God, with the intention of reviling ~Him, disparages 323 2, 12 | of a sin depends on the intention of the evil will, rather 324 2, 20 | Reply OBJ 3: To sin with the intention of persevering in sin and 325 2, 20 | some time, and with the intention of refraining from sin and 326 2, 24 | us is due not to their ~intention but to the ordering of Divine 327 2, 24 | Who turns their perverse ~intention to our profit.~Aquin.: SMT 328 2, 30 | with him, even beside his intention; in which case the remedy ~ 329 2, 30 | justice, but, as to the ~intention of the reprover, who wishes 330 2, 30 | Para. 2/2~Nevertheless the intention of gaining spiritual goods 331 2, 30 | detract ~from merit, as the intention of gaining corporal goods.~ 332 2, 35 | are according to one's ~intention. Wherefore a man directly 333 2, 35 | which occurs beside the intention. ~Hence when several intend 334 2, 36 | purpose, and with a good intention, ~as, for example, those 335 2, 36 | first with ~regard to the intention of the contentious party, 336 2, 36 | of contending. As to the intention, we must consider ~whether 337 2, 36 | together, not with the ~intention of disclaiming the truth, 338 2, 37 | which results beside ~the intention, is, as it were, accidental. 339 2, 37 | sinner: it happens beside his intention as a result ~of his turning 340 2, 38 | should have a rightful ~intention, so that they intend the 341 2, 38 | unlawful through a wicked intention. ~Hence Augustine says ( 342 2, 39 | and this ~depends on his intention and on his manner of defending 343 2, 39 | himself. For if ~his sole intention be to withstand the injury 344 2, 39 | assailant with the fixed ~intention of killing him, or inflicting 345 2, 39 | outcome of hatred, for the intention of hatred is directed to 346 2, 39 | knows and withstands his intention. This is what we mean ~by 347 2, 39 | another it is beside ~his intention to hurt him in a quarrelsome 348 2, 40 | make preparations with the intention of ~fighting. Secondly, 349 2, 41 | it be done with no evil intention, yet, since it has a ~certain 350 2, 41 | it is beside the ~agent's intention, as when a man does not 351 2, 41 | of sin ~on account of the intention of a special kind of end, 352 2, 41 | account of their denoting the intention of doing a ~special injury 353 2, 41 | in question, but from the intention of the end, as ~stated above.~ 354 2, 41 | OBJ 3: The Apostle had no intention of counselling total ~abstinence 355 2, 42 | especially as regards the ~intention of the last end which is 356 2, 42 | commanded to direct our whole ~intention to God, and this is signified 357 2, 42 | which is the ~commander's intention; yet it is fulfilled, albeit 358 2, 45 | ensures the rectitude of the intention of the end, while prudence 359 2, 55 | virtues, and to which the intention of the virtue tends as to 360 2, 56 | being just in action and in intention." Now "will" ~denotes a 361 2, 57 | general vice, as regards the ~intention, since contempt of the common 362 2, 57 | indirect is what is beside the intention. ~Hence if a man do that 363 2, 57 | do an injustice with the intention of doing an ~injustice, 364 2, 58 | which is ~about the inward intention, or other uncertain things, 365 2, 58 | order that the lawgiver's intention ~may be made clear. But 366 2, 59 | transfers his thing with the intention of recovering it, not for 367 2, 60 | Secondly, unjustly, if the intention is to ~injure the person 368 2, 60 | Church property, merely in intention, when, to wit, he begins 369 2, 60 | restitution by renouncing his intention.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 370 2, 62 | the other is beside the intention. Now moral ~acts take their 371 2, 62 | according ~to what is beside the intention, since this is accidental 372 2, 62 | Therefore this act, since one's intention is to ~save one's own life, 373 2, 62 | proceeding from a good intention, an act may be rendered 374 2, 62 | whereby he ~indicates the intention. This suffices for the Reply 375 2, 62 | this may happen without any intention ~of causing her death. Therefore 376 2, 62 | cause that acts beside one's intention." Hence chance happenings, ~ 377 2, 64 | anyone take it with the intention, not of keeping it but of ~ 378 2, 64 | from mortal sin. Yet if his intention is ~to rob and injure his 379 2, 64 | cupidity arising ~from an evil intention, if, to wit, they fight 380 2, 66 | accusation, by renouncing the intention of accusing, not anyhow, 381 2, 70 | on ~the speaker's inward intention. Hence, in sins of word, 382 2, 70 | ought to consider with what intention the words are uttered. Since 383 2, 70 | denotes a dishonoring, if the intention ~of the utterer is to dishonor 384 2, 70 | reviling word, yet with the intention, not of dishonoring him, ~ 385 2, 70 | reviling depends on the ~intention of the utterer, it may happen 386 2, 70 | to keep silence with the ~intention of provoking the reviler 387 2, 71 | his good deeds to a bad intention. ~Indirectly, this is done 388 2, 71 | judged chiefly from the intention of the speaker. Now backbiting 389 2, 71 | backbitten is due, not to ~the intention of the backbiter, but to 390 2, 73 | weighed chiefly by the intention of the speaker, wherefore 391 2, 74 | accidentally, because the chief intention of the speaker is directed 392 2, 74 | regard to the speaker's intention, as stated above (Q[72], 393 2, 76 | practising usury; or with the intention of making a ~greater profit 394 2, 81 | execution, but of desire or ~intention, where the end precedes 395 2, 81 | the force of the original intention with which one ~sets about 396 2, 81 | and again the original intention, ~to which God looks chiefly, 397 2, 81 | effect. But if the ~original intention is lacking, prayer lacks 398 2, 86 | received ~there. And if his intention was chiefly to bind himself 399 2, 86 | elsewhere. But if his principal intention is to bind himself to this ~ 400 2, 86 | caused by our own will and ~intention, wherefore it is written ( 401 2, 86 | taking a vow, it is one's intention and will to ~bind oneself 402 2, 87 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: When the intention of the swearer is not the 403 2, 87 | is not the same as the ~intention of the person to whom he 404 2, 87 | accordance with his own intention. Wherefore ~Gregory says ( 405 2, 87 | according to our inward intention."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 406 2, 88 | and we cannot have such an intention in respect of God ~Whose 407 2, 93 | omen, and abandoned their intention of advancing further." If, ~ 408 2, 95 | something of God with the ~intention of probing God's knowledge, 409 2, 96 | he would ~seem to have no intention of swearing, and consequently 410 2, 98 | spiritual things are likened in ~intention to Simon the magician: while 411 2, 98 | spiritual thing, with ~the intention of buying or selling it, 412 2, 98 | simoniacal, provided there be no intention of buying or selling, but 413 2, 98 | such wise that there be no ~intention of buying or selling, and 414 2, 98 | by contract, or with the ~intention of buying or selling. Hence 415 2, 98 | seems to indicate a carnal intention, no less than to do so on ~ 416 2, 98 | with the understanding ~or intention that he provide for one' 417 2, 98 | that this is one's chief intention wherefore the deed ~itself 418 2, 98 | there may be simony in the intention, if ~one look, not to the 419 2, 98 | is committed in the mere intention or will, wherefore it is ~ 420 2, 98 | bound to repent of his ~evil intention.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 421 2, 102 | some ~other virtue with the intention of fulfilling a precept; 422 2, 102 | that action through any intention whatever, then obedience ~ 423 2, 102 | conceal the miracle ~had no intention of binding them with the 424 2, 103 | commandment is more in the intention of the person ~commanding. 425 2, 103 | that which is more in the intention of the person ~commanding.~ 426 2, 104 | received according the intention of the benefactor; who seems 427 2, 106 | the avenger. For if his intention is directed ~chiefly to 428 2, 106 | however, the avenger's intention be directed chiefly to some 429 2, 106 | inflicted on him, with the intention, not of harming, ~but of 430 2, 107 | since it rectifies the intention, and that is required in 431 2, 107 | accidental and beside ~the intention. Now that a man states that 432 2, 107 | and beside his principal intention. ~For the brave man intends 433 2, 107 | consequence beside his principal intention.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[109] A[ 434 2, 107 | virtue. And it rectifies ~the intention, not indeed directly (since 435 2, 107 | the ~truth a man's chief intention is to give another man his 436 2, 108 | voluntary, and dependent on ~the intention of the will. Now the proper 437 2, 108 | true or the false. And the intention of a bad will may ~bear 438 2, 108 | falsehood, and finally the intention to deceive, ~then there 439 2, 108 | falseness is beside the intention of the speaker so that it 440 2, 108 | is beside the speaker's intention is accidental ~for which 441 2, 108 | tell the truth with the intention of telling a falsehood ~ 442 2, 108 | tell a falsehood with the intention of telling the truth.~Aquin.: 443 2, 108 | 3). But ~seemingly the intention of the effect resulting 444 2, 108 | is made according to the intention of the effect: for a "jocose" 445 2, 108 | this either with the ~sole intention of injuring him, and then 446 2, 108 | injures someone"; or with the intention of ~injuring one and at 447 2, 108 | gravity is diminished by the ~intention of profiting another.~Aquin.: 448 2, 108 | are told, not ~with the intention of being believed, but merely 449 2, 108 | deceive; although in the ~intention of the speaker it is not 450 2, 108 | mortally if one has merely the intention of committing a mortal sin. ~ 451 2, 109 | hypocrisy consists in the mere intention. For our Lord ~says of hypocrites ( 452 2, 109 | consists, not in the mere intention, but in the ~outward action: 453 2, 109 | is a natural sign of the intention. ~Accordingly when a man 454 2, 109 | man, he ~simulates a right intention which he has not. Wherefore 455 2, 109 | pretense of having a good intention, ~which they have not, although 456 2, 109 | habit of holiness, with the ~intention of entering the state of 457 2, 109 | signified. Accordingly the evil ~intention in hypocrisy is considered 458 2, 109 | OTC Para. 2/3~Further, the intention of a hypocrite is to appear 459 2, 109 | we mean a person whose ~intention is directed to both the 460 2, 113 | he do this with the mere intention of ~pleasing he is said 461 2, 113 | whereas if he do it with the intention of making some ~gain out 462 2, 113 | Secondly, by reason of the intention, as when one man ~flatters 463 2, 113 | that flatters with the ~intention of doing harm: for such 464 2, 114 | contradiction which has the intention of ~displeasing.~Aquin.: 465 2, 117 | their possessions with the intention of following Christ, and 466 2, 118 | epikeia" to consider the ~intention of the lawgiver, as the 467 2, 118 | sovereign alone to interpret the intention of the ~lawgiver, wherefore 468 2, 118 | law strives to defeat the intention of the ~lawgiver."~Aquin.: 469 2, 118 | the law, or as regards the intention of the lawgiver, which is ~ 470 2, 120 | precepts of ~justice. For the intention of a lawgiver is "to make 471 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The intention of the law is to make all 472 2, 121 | the end, though first in ~intention, is last in execution. Now 473 2, 130 | glories, in that he refers his intention to glory as his last ~end: 474 2, 130 | gloried in, nor ~as to the intention of him that seeks glory, 475 2, 132 | direct their principal intention, not to something great, 476 2, 132 | referring to the inward intention, and "administration" to ~ 477 2, 132 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The intention of magnificence is the production 478 2, 145 | digestives, with a fraudulent intention, in great quantity and by 479 2, 148 | accidentally and beside the intention, but from that ~which is 480 2, 152 | on account of his corrupt intention. Now it has been stated 481 2, 155 | accordance with ~the lawgiver's intention, although not according 482 2, 165 | neighbor's ~faults with the intention of looking down upon them, 483 2, 166 | sinful on account of the intention ~alone, because they are 484 2, 166 | injure someone. Such an ~intention is excluded by their being 485 2, 166 | their being done in fun, the intention of which ~is to please, 486 2, 167 | adorn themselves with this ~intention of provoking others to lust, 487 2, 168 | Further, in the lawgiver's intention inducement to virtue ~precedes 488 2, 169 | requisite to prophecy that the intention of the mind ~be raised to 489 2, 169 | thee." This raising of the intention is brought about by the 490 2, 169 | feet." After the mind's ~intention has been raised to heavenly 491 2, 173 | both by nature ~and by his intention.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] A[ 492 2, 178 | contemplation of truth. Now ~intention is an act of the will, as 493 2, 178 | Q[12], A[1]), ~because intention is of the end which is the 494 2, 178 | which withdraw the soul's intention from intelligible to ~sensible 495 2, 182 | withdrawing his mind ~from the intention of reaching perfection.~ 496 2, 183 | obligation of retaining the intention of devoting himself to ~ 497 2, 184 | and denominated from the intention of the end. Therefore ~religious 498 2, 184 | fulfil ~them: against which intention he acts if he contemns them, 499 2, 184 | away once ~for all with the intention of following the Lord, and, 500 2, 184 | because he ~has a right intention towards God, and though


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