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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | TEN ARTICLES)~To place our purpose within proper limits, we 2 1, 1 | is ordained to a further ~purpose, as political science is 3 1, 1 | good of the State. But the purpose of ~this science, in so 4 1, 14 | But this also is to no purpose; for when we ~say, "God 5 1, 14 | cause. But ~this is to no purpose. For the conditional would 6 1, 23 | praedest. sanct. 17), is the "purpose to take pity [miserendi]" [* 7 1, 23 | since predestination is "the purpose to have ~mercy," as Augustine 8 1, 32 | point: ~firstly, for the purpose of furnishing sufficient 9 1, 43 | manner is only ~for the purpose of manifesting the invisible 10 1, 43 | on the mountain. For the ~purpose of the bodily appearances 11 1, 43 | especially made for that purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 12 1, 43 | creature, formed for such a purpose, necessarily assumed by 13 1, 43 | assumed or used for ~the purpose of action, but only for 14 1, 43 | action, but only for the purpose of a sign; and so ~likewise 15 1, 45 | itself, it is used to no purpose; nor would there be any 16 1, 50 | substances would exist to ~no purpose, unless some movement from 17 1, 51 | it, but assumed for some purpose, as will be explained (A[ 18 1, 51 | there is nothing without a ~purpose. But eyes, nostrils, and 19 1, 51 | would be fashioned without a purpose in the body assumed by the 20 1, 51 | it is ~not said for the purpose of maintaining that intelligible 21 1, 51 | assumed merely for this purpose, that the spiritual ~properties 22 1, 51 | are ~not fashioned for the purpose of sensation through them, 23 1, 51 | seed of men taken for the purpose; as when ~the demon assumes 24 1, 53 | This argument fails of its purpose for a twofold reason. ~First 25 1, 55 | would be moved locally to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 26 1, 55 | united with bodies to no purpose. On the other hand, the 27 1, 55 | moved to a place for the purpose of acquiring ~knowledge, 28 1, 55 | knowledge, but for the purpose of operation.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 64 | such good acts to evil purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 30 1, 65 | according to God's original purpose, but in ~punishment of the 31 1, 68 | though not ~for the same purpose, the higher being the place 32 1, 70 | heavenly body cannot be for the purpose of the operations of the ~ 33 1, 77 | maintained it. For the present purpose ~this may be proved in two 34 1, 43 | manner is only ~for the purpose of manifesting the invisible 35 1, 43 | on the mountain. For the ~purpose of the bodily appearances 36 1, 43 | especially made for that purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 37 1, 43 | creature, formed for such a purpose, necessarily assumed by 38 1, 43 | assumed or used for ~the purpose of action, but only for 39 1, 43 | action, but only for the purpose of a sign; and so ~likewise 40 1, 46 | itself, it is used to no purpose; nor would there be any 41 1, 51 | substances would exist to ~no purpose, unless some movement from 42 1, 52 | it, but assumed for some purpose, as will be explained (A[ 43 1, 52 | there is nothing without a ~purpose. But eyes, nostrils, and 44 1, 52 | would be fashioned without a purpose in the body assumed by the 45 1, 52 | it is ~not said for the purpose of maintaining that intelligible 46 1, 52 | assumed merely for this purpose, that the spiritual ~properties 47 1, 52 | are ~not fashioned for the purpose of sensation through them, 48 1, 52 | seed of men taken for the purpose; as when ~the demon assumes 49 1, 54 | This argument fails of its purpose for a twofold reason. ~First 50 1, 56 | would be moved locally to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 51 1, 56 | united with bodies to no purpose. On the other hand, the 52 1, 56 | moved to a place for the purpose of acquiring ~knowledge, 53 1, 56 | knowledge, but for the purpose of operation.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 65 | such good acts to evil purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 55 1, 66 | according to God's original purpose, but in ~punishment of the 56 1, 69 | though not ~for the same purpose, the higher being the place 57 1, 71 | heavenly body cannot be for the purpose of the operations of the ~ 58 1, 76 | maintained it. For the present purpose ~this may be proved in two 59 1, 77 | animal is moved for the purpose of realizing its desires 60 1, 77 | a visible object for the purpose of its act only - namely, 61 1, 77 | only - namely, for ~the purpose of seeing; but the animal 62 1, 77 | seen, not merely for the purpose of seeing it, but also for 63 1, 77 | senses, that is, for the purpose ~of sensing them; there 64 1, 78 | is to give light for the ~purpose of understanding. But this 65 1, 78 | from matter. But for this purpose it need not be the same ~ 66 1, 83 | understand: wherefore to no purpose would it be ~united to the 67 1, 83 | intellectual soul except for the purpose of removing ~the obstacle 68 1, 83 | forms phantasms for ~the purpose of understanding.~Aquin.: 69 1, 83 | of a knife except for the purpose of ~action, in order that 70 1, 83 | of a horse, save for the purpose of knowing the essential ~ 71 1, 84 | forms for ~itself for the purpose of judging of external things.~ 72 1, 88 | needed the body for that purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 73 1, 90 | makes himself a saw for ~the purpose of cutting, he makes it 74 1, 90 | to man, not only for the purpose of ~procuring the necessaries 75 1, 90 | animals, but also for the purpose of knowledge. Hence, whereas 76 1, 90 | ground, as it were for the ~purpose of seeking food and procuring 77 1, 91 | animals, but also for the purpose of domestic life, in which ~ 78 1, 93 | united to the body for that purpose. Now man would have advanced 79 1, 95 | being strong enough for that purpose. But man needed animals 80 1, 96 | which we take for the same purpose. The second defect, as the ~ 81 1, 96 | not suffice even ~for this purpose; whereupon the body declines, 82 1, 97 | also observe that nature's ~purpose appears to be different 83 1, 97 | that seems to be the direct purpose of nature, which is ~invariable 84 1, 97 | seemingly not ~the chief purpose of nature, but as it were, 85 1, 97 | ceased to exist, nature's purpose would become ~void.~Aquin.: 86 1, 97 | it follows that the chief purpose of nature is the ~good of 87 1, 97 | are included in the chief purpose of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 88 1, 97 | individuals should be the direct purpose ~of nature, or rather of 89 1, 97 | nature demands that for the purpose of generation ~there should 90 1, 98 | use of their limbs for the purpose of performing every ~kind 91 1, 98 | were a product outside the purpose ~of nature. But in that 92 1, 98 | being a ~product outside the purpose of nature considered in 93 1, 98 | case: ~but not against the purpose of universal nature, as 94 1, 101 | habitation?~(3) For what purpose was man placed in paradise?~( 95 1, 101 | God made paradise to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 96 1, 104 | bestowed on things to no purpose, if these ~wrought nothing 97 1, 104 | proper to them; since ~the purpose of everything is its operation. 98 1, 106 | manner. In one way for the purpose of giving one thing to ~ 99 1, 106 | Speech is not always for the purpose of making something ~known 100 1, 106 | sometimes finally ordered to the purpose of ~manifesting something 101 1, 107 | orders would remain ~for no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 102 1, 107 | offices ~are ordered for the purpose of leading men to salvation. 103 1, 113 | work real miracles for the purpose of leading men ~astray?~( 104 1, 113 | knowledge is sought ~with the purpose of deceiving or ruining 105 1, 114 | of bodies is not to the purpose. First, ~because addition 106 1, 114 | latter can be used to any purpose that God ~commands. But 107 2, 4 | delight: wherefore its purpose is directed to good rather 108 2, 4 | of virtue; but for ~the purpose of a good operation, viz. 109 2, 5 | Divine assistance for the purpose, is more ~perfect than the 110 2, 7 | Christendom, or some ~such purpose. The same is to be said 111 2, 11 | which, matters ~not for our purpose; though it seems probable 112 2, 12 | thus "the tongue is for the purpose of taste and ~speech" (De 113 2, 16 | to apply to ~something to purpose of the will."~Aquin.: SMT 114 2, 16 | to apply something to the purpose of the ~will" (De Trin. 115 2, 16 | The end is applied to the purpose of the will, that the ~will 116 2, 16 | are applied to the will's purpose, not only in being used 117 2, 16 | to ~use the end for the purpose of attaining it, as stated 118 2, 17 | using the reason for the ~purpose of command, precedes the 119 2, 20 | malice be added, ~it is to no purpose that he who has a good or 120 2, 21 | action to a good or ~evil purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 121 2, 31 | for two reasons: for the purpose of ~knowledge, and on account 122 2, 46 | to anger, and firmness of purpose in being avenged.~Aquin.: 123 2, 47 | to ~hurt another for the purpose of just vengeance. Now unless 124 2, 47 | an injury from choice, on purpose, or ~from deliberate malice, 125 2, 47 | opinion, have hurt us on purpose. For ~if we think that some 126 2, 47 | hand, who do an injury on purpose, ~seem to sin from contempt; 127 2, 56 | does not suffice ~for the purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[56] A[ 128 2, 56 | power suffices for ~the purpose, as we have said. This need 129 2, 57 | to use it well; for which purpose something further is ~requisite: 130 2, 65 | thing suffices for a certain purpose, it is superfluous to ~employ 131 2, 66 | one can use them to evil purpose." Therefore it ~seems that 132 2, 67 | habit would remain to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 133 2, 68 | have been added for the purpose of directing fear. Therefore ~ 134 2, 68 | cannot be used to evil purpose." But it is possible to 135 2, 68 | like cannot be used to evil purpose, in so far as they are gifts 136 2, 74 | of such a thing for ~no purpose; and sometimes it is no 137 2, 74 | all, as when a man has a ~purpose in thinking of it; for instance, 138 2, 75 | or fornication for the ~purpose of theft. And since the 139 2, 75 | fornication ~committed for the purpose of theft, the former is 140 2, 76 | when a man wishes of set purpose to be ignorant of certain ~ 141 2, 78 | ignorance is opposed to purpose or certain malice. Now ~" 142 2, 78 | 27): "[Who] as it were on purpose ~have revolted from God [ 143 2, 78 | through certain malice or on purpose, because ~he chooses evil 144 2, 78 | sin that is committed on purpose, for this very ~reason deserves 145 2, 78 | sight, who, as it were, on purpose, ~have revolted from Him." 146 2, 78 | aggravated through being done on ~purpose, i.e. through certain malice.~ 147 2, 78 | through passion, whose purpose tends to a good end, although 148 2, 78 | good end, although this purpose ~is interrupted on account 149 2, 79 | folly, use creatures for a purpose other than that for which 150 2, 85 | s intention, nor to the purpose of his art. In ~like manner 151 2, 86 | also perfected ~for the purpose of doing good and fitting 152 2, 87 | punishment of sin. For the ~purpose of punishment is to bring 153 2, 87 | and for this particular purpose, it is voluntary. ~Consequently 154 2, 88 | utters an idle word for the purpose of ~fornication. On the 155 2, 91 | was necessary for this ~purpose that a Divine law should 156 2, 92 | since law is given for the purpose of ~directing human acts; 157 2, 94 | they are claimed for the purpose of ~fighting against one' 158 2, 95 | framed by ~men. Because the purpose of every law is that man 159 2, 96 | prudent men are ~made for the purpose of directing individual 160 2, 96 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The purpose of human law is to lead 161 2, 97 | give special power for that purpose.~ 162 2, 99 | given to man is for the ~purpose of directing human actions. 163 2, 99 | promises and threats. ~For the purpose of the Divine law is to 164 2, 100 | another's wife, for the purpose of carnal ~knowledge, belongs 165 2, 100 | which are desired for the purpose of possession, belongs to ~ 166 2, 100 | offered up with the same purpose. Now of all the Divine favors 167 2, 102 | been some precepts for the purpose of ~testing man's obedience, 168 2, 102 | to come, and not for the purpose ~of worshipping God then 169 2, 102 | I answer that, The chief purpose of the whole external worship 170 2, 102 | God, had chosen for the purpose of sacrifice. For it is ~ 171 2, 102 | was ~instituted with the purpose of preventing idolatry, 172 2, 102 | things that are done for the ~purpose of divine worship should 173 2, 102 | therefore unfitting for the purpose of ~expiating the sins of 174 2, 102 | which they used for the purpose of purification, by burning 175 2, 102 | put into water for the ~purpose of expiation, because Baptism 176 2, 102 | put into the water for the purpose ~of sprinkling, because 177 2, 102 | already stated (A[4]), the purpose of the Law was to ~induce 178 2, 102 | vacillating and uncertain of purpose: that he must have "a little, 179 2, 102 | girdle; and rectitude of purpose, denoted ~by the mitre covering 180 2, 102 | specially set apart for that purpose. And just as other things 181 2, 102 | or ~employed them for the purpose of sorcery: whereas they 182 2, 102 | in this manner, for the purpose of sacrifice or banquet: ~ 183 2, 102 | they burnt them for the purpose of ~secrecy. Consequently ( 184 2, 102 | to employ them for ~the purpose of securing fruitfulness 185 2, 103 | were ordained for a double purpose; the ~worship of God, and 186 2, 103 | apart from others for the purpose of divine worship.~Aquin.: 187 2, 103 | certain animals ~for that purpose. If, however, they did make 188 2, 103 | were not ordained for the purpose of taking away the defilement ~ 189 2, 103 | ceremonies ~were employed for the purpose of taking away the uncleanness 190 2, 103 | literally, not with the purpose of enforcing compliance ~ 191 2, 104 | instituted for the very purpose ~that they might foreshadow 192 2, 104 | were not instituted for the purpose ~of being figurative, but 193 2, 104 | efficacious in respect ~of the purpose for which they were instituted, 194 2, 104 | instituted chiefly for ~the purpose of foreshadowing the mysteries 195 2, 104 | instituted, not ~for the purpose of being figures, but for 196 2, 105 | abide in him?" Hence the purpose of ~the Law was to accustom 197 2, 105 | stated above (ad 1), the purpose of the Law was to ~accustom 198 2, 105 | granted facilities for this purpose in many ways. First of ~ 199 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: The purpose for which judges are appointed 200 2, 105 | individuality: and for ~the purpose of the preservation of life, 201 2, 105 | of generation, ~for which purpose man needs a wife, that she 202 2, 108 | counsels are given for this purpose.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 203 2, 109 | died in ~vain," i.e. to no purpose. Hence with equal reason, 204 2, 109 | died in vain," i.e. to no purpose. ~But this cannot fittingly 205 2, 109 | seem to be given to ~no purpose; which is absurd.~Aquin.: 206 2, 109 | that grace is given to no purpose, or that it is imperfect, 207 2, 109 | habit, whereby a man has the purpose of persevering in good unto 208 2, 111 | healing," or merely for the purpose of manifesting the Divine 209 2, 113 | justice, ~according to the purpose of the grace of God." Hence 210 2, 114 | s help they reach their purpose. And thus as ~life everlasting 211 2, 1 | related in Holy Writ for the purpose of manifesting the Divine 212 2, 3 | act of "latria," for ~its purpose is to give outward honor 213 2, 10 | unbelievers, not indeed for the purpose of forcing ~them to believe, 214 2, 13 | sin), but as ~denoting the purpose of not repenting. The other 215 2, 13 | whereby man ~hardens his purpose by clinging to sin. Of these 216 2, 13 | never sinned to have the purpose either of repenting or of 217 2, 16 | life, and that for this purpose the Divine assistance is 218 2, 23 | subject, ~and against the purpose of charity included in its 219 2, 23 | works great things in its purpose, ~which is essential to 220 2, 24 | the hurt done to us, but purpose to induce our enemy to love ~ 221 2, 25 | offer himself ~for that purpose, this belongs to the perfection 222 2, 29 | virtue, since lawgivers purpose to make men virtuous ~(Ethic. 223 2, 30 | that to give for a ~good purpose is an act of liberality. 224 2, 30 | unsuitably enumerated. For ~the purpose of almsdeeds is to succor 225 2, 30 | stated above (A[1]), the purpose of giving alms is to ~relieve 226 2, 30 | is sought merely for the purpose of relieving the aforesaid 227 2, 31 | his sin, and then our one purpose should be ~to succor our 228 2, 33 | denote changeableness of purpose.~ 229 2, 34 | certain things, with the purpose either of avoiding sorrow 230 2, 36 | disputations, without any spiteful purpose, and with a good intention, ~ 231 2, 36 | on a loud ~voice, for the purpose of impugning the truth, 232 2, 38 | battle. It was for this purpose that bishops or clerics ~ 233 2, 38 | because we do not ~declare our purpose or meaning to him. Now we 234 2, 38 | the art of concealing his purpose ~lest it come to the enemy' 235 2, 38 | individual. Therefore, for the ~purpose of safeguarding the common 236 2, 41 | endeavoring to ~weaken Our Lord's purpose of undergoing His Passion.~ 237 2, 43 | where ~one suffices for the purpose. Therefore wisdom is not 238 2, 43 | dissimulation']," lest he should ~purpose to sate his hatred under 239 2, 45 | does not suffice for this purpose, and so ~the ruling of prudence 240 2, 45 | knowledge he ~has, to the purpose of appetition and operation. 241 2, 46 | together for some particular purpose; thus an army is gathered ~ 242 2, 50 | Moral. ii, 49). Now for the purpose of ~taking counsel, man 243 2, 51 | be thought about for the purpose of right judgment, than 244 2, 51 | withdrawal from a definite good ~purpose. Now the origin of this 245 2, 51 | withdraw from a previous good purpose, except on account of ~something 246 2, 51 | not standing to the good purpose it has conceived; hence ~ 247 2, 53 | two ways. ~First, when the purpose of the reason is directed 248 2, 53 | execution of craftiness with the purpose of deceiving, ~is effected 249 2, 53 | certain ways of attaining his purpose, and for the most part he 250 2, 56 | perpetual will" denotes the purpose of observing justice always, ~" 251 2, 56 | firm perseverance in this purpose.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 252 2, 56 | of the eternal ~will and purpose (and it is chiefly in this 253 2, 56 | would seem without use or ~purpose. But that which is in accordance 254 2, 58 | laws are ~written for the purpose of manifesting both these 255 2, 59 | recovering it, not for the ~purpose of its use, but that it 256 2, 59 | commensuration, for which purpose money was invented. Hence ~ 257 2, 60 | through giving for an unlawful purpose, albeit the giving ~itself 258 2, 61 | marriage came into use for ~the purpose of strengthening treaties 259 2, 62 | in using a thing for the purpose for ~which it is. Now the 260 2, 62 | thing for a good and lawful purpose, if thereby we unintentionally 261 2, 62 | something done ~for a good purpose. Therefore the person who 262 2, 63 | as a punishment for the purpose of ~restraining sin. Hence 263 2, 63 | chiefly from an incontinent purpose and a careless mind: and ~ 264 2, 63 | their children ~for the purpose of correction, but from 265 2, 64 | things are ordained for the ~purpose of succoring man's needs 266 2, 64 | by ~natural law, to the purpose of succoring the poor. For 267 2, 66 | and the accused ~for the purpose of the trial of justice, 268 2, 70 | place among men for the purpose of expressing whatever the 269 2, 70 | correcting him or with some like purpose, he utters ~a railing or 270 2, 70 | his belongings for the purpose of correction, so too, for 271 2, 70 | correction, so too, for the purpose of ~correction, may one 272 2, 70 | anger, without the ~fixed purpose of dishonoring him, for 273 2, 73 | of others - and for this purpose the reviler and the backbiter 274 2, 73 | imputed to him - and for this purpose the derider speaks ill of ~ 275 2, 74 | something: it is for this purpose that we employ verbs in 276 2, 74 | in ~words; and for this purpose we employ the verb in the 277 2, 75 | thing, ~whether for the purpose of avoiding a danger, or 278 2, 75 | given for it, ~for which purpose money was invented, as stated 279 2, 75 | a ~cheap price with the purpose of retailing at a higher 280 2, 76 | invented chiefly for the purpose of exchange: and consequently 281 2, 76 | for a bad but for a good ~purpose, the oath of a man that 282 2, 76 | use a sinner for a ~good purpose.~ 283 2, 81 | kingdom of sin, with the purpose, to wit, ~of destroying 284 2, 81 | an adjuration not for the purpose of ~compelling, for this 285 2, 84 | First, on account of the purpose for which it ~was offered, 286 2, 85 | people for the special purpose of preserving equality among 287 2, 85 | to ministers, but for the purpose of the divine worship, ~ 288 2, 85 | necessary for this same purpose.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 289 2, 86 | a vow consists in a mere purpose of the will?~Aquin.: SMT 290 2, 86 | consists in nothing but a purpose of the ~will. According 291 2, 86 | a conception of a good ~purpose after a firm deliberation 292 2, 86 | the ~conception of a good purpose and so forth, may consist 293 2, 86 | a vow consists in a mere purpose of the will.~Aquin.: SMT 294 2, 86 | it voluntarily. Now to "purpose" is an act of the will, ~ 295 2, 86 | very fact that a man has a purpose of doing good, he puts his 296 2, 86 | desisting from his good ~purpose, he is not fit for the kingdom 297 2, 86 | Therefore by a mere good ~purpose a man is bound before God, 298 2, 86 | a vow consists in a mere purpose of the ~will.~Aquin.: SMT 299 2, 86 | promise is the outcome from a ~purpose of doing something: and 300 2, 86 | of doing something: and a purpose presupposes deliberation, 301 2, 86 | deliberation. the second is a purpose of ~the will; and the third 302 2, 86 | The conceiving of a good purpose is not confirmed by the ~ 303 2, 86 | stretches out his hand for the purpose of ~ploughing.~Aquin.: SMT 304 2, 86 | such as are useful to no purpose. Therefore a vow is not 305 2, 86 | vow is necessary for the purpose of fixing the will on ~that 306 2, 86 | essentially bound up ~with the purpose for which the vow is solemnized. 307 2, 87 | way of invocation for the purpose of ~prayer or praise. Accordingly 308 2, 87 | oaths are taken for the ~purpose of confirmation. Now speculative 309 2, 87 | persuading ~another to a useful purpose: yet it 'comes of the evil' 310 2, 87 | swearing is directed to the purpose of confirming or ~assuring. 311 2, 87 | in its cause, namely, the purpose of the doer. But an oath ~ 312 2, 87 | 16), is employed for ~the purpose of confirmation. Now it 313 2, 88 | lawful to adjure them for the purpose of learning ~something from 314 2, 89 | THE DIVINE NAME FOR THE PURPOSE OF INVOKING IT BY MEANS 315 2, 89 | the Divine name for the purpose of ~invoking it by prayer 316 2, 89 | that is employed for the purpose of giving pleasure. But 317 2, 90 | it is taken from for the purpose of ~signification: whereas 318 2, 90 | which it is ~applied for the purpose of signifying it. Now these 319 2, 90 | with the demons for the purpose ~of consultation and of 320 2, 92 | paid to them, but for the purpose of signification, in order 321 2, 93 | help of the demons ~for the purpose of doing or knowing something. 322 2, 93 | efficacy of dreams for the ~purpose of divination, and it is 323 2, 93 | their being invoked for the purpose, or implicit, through the ~ 324 2, 94 | with the demons for the purpose of ~consultation and of 325 2, 94 | alteration of bodies, as for the ~purpose of acquiring health or the 326 2, 94 | alteration of ~bodies, as for the purpose of acquiring health, or 327 2, 94 | use of their power for the purpose of ~producing these alterations.~ 328 2, 94 | In things done for the purpose of producing some bodily ~ 329 2, 94 | they are employed for the purpose of producing those effects, 330 2, 94 | natural things simply for the purpose of causing certain effects 331 2, 94 | employ them to whatever purpose He ~will. But man has not 332 2, 94 | employ them to whatsoever purpose he will; on the contrary, 333 2, 94 | observances directed to the purpose of fortune-telling are ~ 334 2, 94 | observances directed to the purpose of ~fortune-telling are 335 2, 94 | utter sacred words for the purpose of ~producing certain effects; ( 336 2, 94 | one ~in any way for the purpose of self-protection. Therefore 337 2, 95 | seemingly have no other purpose than putting him to a test.~ 338 2, 95 | gallop with out any useful purpose, it seems to be ~nothing 339 2, 97 | when it is exacted ~for the purpose of man's correction, it 340 2, 98 | if they sell it for this purpose, they sell a great thing 341 2, 98 | livelihood; and the same ~purpose is fulfilled when alms are 342 2, 98 | was consecrated for that purpose: ~wherefore Abraham could 343 2, 98 | ecclesiastical things, not for the purpose ~for which they were instituted 344 2, 103 | precept, but ~with some other purpose, it is not a sin of disobedience 345 2, 104 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4). Now the purpose of giving ~thanks is repayment ( 346 2, 107 | it is requisite for that purpose ~that it should also be 347 2, 108 | officious" lie for some useful purpose, ~and a "mischievous" lie 348 2, 108 | through ~being told with the purpose of injuring God, and this 349 2, 109 | discover ways of ~achieving a purpose, that are apparent and not 350 2, 109 | while it ~accomplishes that purpose, by guile in words, and 351 2, 109 | himself, for no ~further purpose than the mere lust of hypocrisy, 352 2, 110 | sometimes for no further purpose, sometimes ~for the sake 353 2, 112 | displease them for some good purpose.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[114] A[ 354 2, 117 | he gives not for a good purpose, but, as though despising ~ 355 2, 121 | choice and acting for a purpose," i.e. ~for a due end; " 356 2, 126 | certain broad and noble purpose of ~mind," so as to combine 357 2, 126 | execution with greatness of purpose. Accordingly ~if these two 358 2, 126 | persistence in a ~well considered purpose." If these two be confined 359 2, 126 | the accomplishment of its purpose." Manliness is apparently 360 2, 132 | certain broad and noble purpose of mind, ~discussion" referring 361 2, 133 | all, but not for a good purpose. Hence in Latin it may be 362 2, 134 | weakness rather than of set purpose are ~said to be borne with 363 2, 135 | persistence in a ~well-considered purpose." Therefore perseverance 364 2, 136 | man ~"perseveres in his purpose until he is victorious: 365 2, 139 | are not necessary for this purpose may be divided into two 366 2, 140 | like, whereas the general purpose is more voluntary, for ~ 367 2, 145 | practiced for a threefold purpose. ~First, in order to bridle 368 2, 145 | from food for a reasonable purpose. ~Hence the former is called 369 2, 145 | because he fasts for a purpose.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 370 2, 145 | seemingly sufficient for this purpose, since thereby man is able 371 2, 149 | as her mind ~holds to its purpose, whereby she has merited 372 2, 150 | of the soul, namely ~the purpose of attaining this pleasure. 373 2, 150 | thereto materially; and the purpose of perpetually abstaining ~ 374 2, 150 | meditation" denotes reason's purpose; ~and the addition "perpetual" 375 2, 150 | should bear in mind the ~purpose of always persevering therein. 376 2, 150 | the result of the mind's purpose, it destroys ~virginity, 377 2, 150 | this may happen beside the purpose ~of the mind, either during 378 2, 150 | element ~in virginity is the purpose of abstaining from venereal 379 2, 150 | venereal pleasure, which ~purpose is rendered praiseworthy 380 2, 150 | in virginity, namely ~the purpose of safeguarding this integrity 381 2, 150 | integrity for God's sake, which purpose ~gives virginity its character 382 2, 150 | prepared that he has the ~purpose of safeguarding this same 383 2, 150 | in mind ~as to have the purpose of being magnificent in 384 2, 150 | prepared in ~mind as to purpose bearing misfortune with 385 2, 150 | matter of virginity but ~the purpose of virginity.~Aquin.: SMT 386 2, 150 | as a virtue denotes the purpose, confirmed by ~vow, of observing 387 2, 150 | venereal pleasure for that same purpose. Therefore ~virginity is 388 2, 152 | their handmaidens with no ~purpose of fornication, as we shall 389 2, 152 | sins of the flesh for the purpose of discussion; while sometimes 390 2, 153 | fruitfulness of the flesh ~is the purpose of marriage is equalled 391 2, 155 | applied ~externally for the purpose of vengeance.~Aquin.: SMT 392 2, 156 | of anger is useful for no purpose, as Seneca proves in ~the 393 2, 156 | appetite in man would be to no purpose, whereas "nature does nothing ~ 394 2, 156 | nature does nothing ~without purpose" [*Aristotle, De Coelo i, 395 2, 159 | is above ~him. For this purpose he must know his disproportion 396 2, 162 | things should be without purpose. Therefore it would seem ~ 397 2, 163 | allowed to use for that purpose."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] 398 2, 165 | knowledge ~of truth for an evil purpose, or from desiring the knowledge 399 2, 165 | to employ study for the ~purpose of knowing sensible things 400 2, 165 | or even with no further purpose than that of disturbing 401 2, 166 | the acts employed for the purpose of fun, and this kind of 402 2, 166 | when to wit a man, for the purpose of ~jesting, employs indecent 403 2, 167 | change of attire for the purpose of idolatrous ~superstition. 404 2, 169 | of operations." For the purpose of operation in Martha, 405 2, 169 | life, ~differed from the purpose of operation in Mary, "who 406 2, 170 | affections to God, which is the purpose of charity. Therefore ~prophecy 407 2, 170 | wolves, but only those ~whose purpose is to injure others. For 408 2, 170 | wolves, because they do ~not purpose the destruction of Christians." 409 2, 170 | they are not sent for this purpose by God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 410 2, 171 | command of ~reason, for the purpose of understanding something. 411 2, 171 | be enlightened for the purpose of judgment; and such an 412 2, 171 | enlightened merely for the purpose of judging of things seen ~ 413 2, 171 | mind - sometimes for the purpose of judging of things seen 414 2, 171 | speeches" - sometimes for the purpose of judging according to 415 2, 171 | nature - sometimes for the purpose of discerning truthfully 416 2, 171 | intellect, since for this purpose he ~needs the assistance 417 2, 171 | formed for this special purpose, as the bush shown to Moses ( 418 2, 172 | who is able to achieve his purpose with ~fewer means and those 419 2, 173 | wanders contrary to his purpose. But this is to use ~the 420 2, 173 | should be ~summoned to that purpose in such a way that he understand 421 2, 174 | of the Church, for which purpose he that ~speaketh in tongues 422 2, 176 | unto salvation, to ~which purpose the gratuitous graces are 423 2, 176 | The other thing is the purpose for ~which miracles are 424 2, 176 | always true witnesses to the purpose for which ~they are wrought. 425 2, 180 | needs fewer things for that purpose; wherefore it was said ( 426 2, 182 | he shall employ for the purpose of ~healing. Consequently 427 2, 182 | sake, ~but also for the purpose of instructing others. Hence 428 2, 182 | and this agrees with ~the purpose of that book wherein he 429 2, 182 | lay ~aside their former purpose."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] 430 2, 183 | instance, if he have a purpose to sin, he may abandon it - 431 2, 183 | except perhaps for the purpose of devoting himself to works 432 2, 183 | lay aside their former ~purpose."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 433 2, 184 | or without any useful ~purpose; whereas it is in accordance 434 2, 184 | them are ordained for the purpose ~of procuring a livelihood, 435 2, 185 | especially instituted for that purpose, as we ~shall say further 436 2, 185 | whether they came with the purpose of serving God, or of evading 437 2, 185 | becoming a mendicant for ~the purpose of humiliation, lest a man 438 2, 185 | without effecting any useful purpose, beg their ~livelihood in 439 2, 186 | was ~established for the purpose of the contemplative life; 440 2, 186 | be established for this purpose.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 441 2, 186 | religious order for the ~purpose of soldiering.~Aquin.: SMT 442 2, 186 | indeed for any worldly purpose, but for the defense of 443 2, 186 | religious order for the purpose of ~soldiering does not 444 2, 186 | be established for this purpose.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 445 2, 186 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the purpose for which a religious order 446 2, 186 | be established for the ~purpose of such actions.~Aquin.: 447 2, 186 | be established for the ~purpose of the aforesaid actions.~ 448 2, 186 | order established for that purpose, ~it follows that the faithful 449 2, 186 | should be established for the purpose of preaching and ~hearing 450 2, 186 | of the faithful for that purpose, as well as other ~ecclesiastical 451 2, 186 | should be established for the purpose of study?~Aquin.: SMT SS 452 2, 186 | be established ~for the purpose of study. For it is written ( 453 2, 186 | should be established for the purpose of study.~Aquin.: SMT SS 454 2, 186 | are established for the purpose ~of military service aim 455 2, 186 | is evident that for ~the purpose of the outward and bodily 456 2, 186 | order established for the purpose of ~contemplating and of 457 2, 186 | contemplation of truth," for which purpose solitude is ~most helpful. 458 2, 187 | enter ~religion for the purpose of keeping the counsels, 459 2, 187 | enter ~religion for the purpose of trial, while retaining 460 2, 187 | enter religion with the purpose of making a ~trial than 461 2, 187 | He who enters with the purpose of leaving forthwith, does ~ 462 2, 187 | Hence he must change that purpose, at least so as to wish 463 2, 187 | Now sometimes a man's purpose of entering religion is ~ 464 2, 187 | be no doubt but that the ~purpose of entering religion to 465 2, 187 | shall be done." Hence the ~purpose of entering religion needs 466 3, 2 | to the body for the sole purpose of ~quickening it. But the 467 3, 2 | division, introduce a union of purpose. But the ~Holy Church of 468 3, 3 | words according to the ~purpose of their signification, 469 3, 5 | is inconsistent with the purpose of the Incarnation, which 470 3, 6 | justifying by reason of the ~purpose of the grace of God, according 471 3, 6 | justice according to the purpose of the grace of God." ~Hence 472 3, 6 | God." ~Hence because this purpose is eternal, there is nothing 473 3, 7 | seeing that "according to the purpose" of God to Whom ~it pertains 474 3, 7 | and to this union, by the purpose of the ~Divine wisdom, the 475 3, 8 | anyone is said to bring his purpose to a head when he executes 476 3, 9 | intellective soul to no purpose if ~He had not understood 477 3, 9 | have been assumed to no purpose, since everything is on ~ 478 3, 12 | by the angel was for the purpose not of ~instructing Him, 479 3, 13 | could not carry out the purpose of His will in ~all things.~ 480 3, 13 | could not carry out the purpose of His will in ~everything.~ 481 3, 13 | could not carry out the purpose of His will in all things.~ 482 3, 15 | suffering would have been to no purpose if it could not ~have suffered 483 3, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the purpose of adopting anyone is that 484 3, 24 | predestinated ~according to the purpose of Him, Who worketh all 485 3, 25 | the making thereof for the purpose of adoration, ~wherefore 486 3, 25 | the Gentiles made for the purpose of venerating their own 487 3, 26 | with men. "Hence for this purpose does the ~immortal and unhappy 488 3, 26 | with ~men. Hence "for this purpose did He intervene, that having 489 3, 27 | mother's womb not for the purpose of receiving human ~nature, 490 3, 27 | gave her mind a unity of purpose and disengaged it from a ~ 491 3, 27 | each one according to the purpose for which He ~has chosen 492 3, 28 | since He came for this purpose, that He might take away 493 3, 29 | be enrolled ~Now for this purpose, it is the men that are 494 3, 30 | Annunciation except for the purpose of receiving the Virgin' 495 3, 30 | the angel had a threefold purpose in regard to the Virgin. ~ 496 3, 32 | nature would not, for the purpose of the ~act of generation, 497 3, 32 | was bestowed on her to no purpose. We must ~therefore say 498 3, 34 | precede choice save for the purpose of ~inquiring into what 499 3, 35 | states (Phys. ii): for the purpose of ~nature is terminated 500 3, 35 | passible matter to its own purpose, it unites itself to ~the


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