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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | thing willed in the one who wills. Hence by ~knowledge and 2 1, 14 | and will is in the one who wills); and afterwards of ~the 3 1, 14 | necessary as regards what He wills to be, or ~permits to be. 4 1, 16 | understands the will, and the will wills the intellect ~to understand. 5 1, 19 | in God?~(2) Whether God wills things apart from Himself?~( 6 1, 19 | 3) Whether whatever God wills, He wills necessarily?~( 7 1, 19 | Whether whatever God wills, He wills necessarily?~(4) Whether 8 1, 19 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God wills things apart from Himself?~ 9 1, 19 | 54. If, therefore, God wills ~anything apart from Himself, 10 1, 19 | objects. If, therefore, God wills Himself and things apart 11 1, 19 | 1/1~I answer that, God wills not only Himself, but other 12 1, 19 | possible. Thus, then, He wills both Himself ~to be, and 13 1, 19 | imply when we say that God wills. Therefore, ~although He 14 1, 19 | sake of the end. He ~who wills to take a bitter draught, 15 1, 19 | bitter draught, in doing so wills nothing else than ~health; 16 1, 19 | sake. Hence, although God wills ~things apart from Himself 17 1, 19 | understanding His own essence, so He wills things apart from Himself 18 1, 19 | does not follow that it wills nothing apart from itself, 19 1, 19 | itself, but ~rather that it wills nothing except by reason 20 1, 19 | 1/1~Whether whatever God wills He wills necessarily?~Aquin.: 21 1, 19 | Whether whatever God wills He wills necessarily?~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 19 | seems that whatever God wills He wills necessarily. For ~ 23 1, 19 | that whatever God wills He wills necessarily. For ~everything 24 1, 19 | necessary. But whatever God wills, He wills from ~eternity, 25 1, 19 | But whatever God wills, He wills from ~eternity, for otherwise 26 1, 19 | Therefore whatever He ~wills, He wills necessarily.~Aquin.: 27 1, 19 | Therefore whatever He ~wills, He wills necessarily.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, God wills things apart from Himself, 29 1, 19 | Himself, inasmuch as He ~wills His own goodness. Now God 30 1, 19 | His own goodness. Now God wills His own goodness necessarily. ~ 31 1, 19 | necessarily. ~Therefore He wills things apart from Himself 32 1, 19 | nature to will whatever ~He wills; since in God there can 33 1, 19 | 6. Therefore whatever He wills, He wills necessarily.~Aquin.: 34 1, 19 | Therefore whatever He wills, He wills necessarily.~Aquin.: SMT 35 1, 19 | necessarily will a thing that He wills, it is possible for Him 36 1, 19 | Therefore ~whatever God wills, He wills necessarily.~Aquin.: 37 1, 19 | whatever God wills, He wills necessarily.~Aquin.: SMT 38 1, 19 | necessarily whatever He wills.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 39 1, 19 | we must observe that He wills something of absolute ~necessity: 40 1, 19 | not true of all that He wills. For the divine will ~has 41 1, 19 | proper ~object. Hence God wills His own goodness necessarily, 42 1, 19 | its own nature. But God wills things apart ~from Himself 43 1, 19 | for supposing that He ~wills a thing, then He is unable 44 1, 19 | From the fact that God wills from eternity whatever He ~ 45 1, 19 | from eternity whatever He ~wills, it does not follow that 46 1, 19 | does not follow that He wills it necessarily; except by ~ 47 1, 19 | Although God necessarily wills His own goodness, He does ~ 48 1, 19 | some of the things that He wills, does ~not result from defect 49 1, 19 | necessarily whatever He wills, but does not will necessarily ~ 50 1, 19 | necessarily ~whatever He wills.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 51 1, 19 | of a ~house, because he wills to build it. Now Augustine 52 1, 19 | in things made by one who wills to make them, and whose ~ 53 1, 19 | by ~the will of him who wills. But the will of God is 54 1, 19 | the will in the person who wills, in the same way as there 55 1, 19 | Hence, if anyone in one act wills an end, and in another act 56 1, 19 | the case if in one act he wills both end and ~means; for 57 1, 19 | be true to say ~that he wills to order to the end the 58 1, 19 | essence, so by one act He wills all ~things in His goodness. 59 1, 19 | willing ~the means, yet He wills the ordering of the means 60 1, 19 | the end. Therefore, ~He wills this to be as means to that; 61 1, 19 | willing, but in so far as He wills one thing to be on ~account 62 1, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Since God wills effects to proceed from 63 1, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Since God wills effects to come from causes, 64 1, 19 | all truth. Therefore He wills all good. ~But not all good 65 1, 19 | Enchiridion 103), "God wills all men to be saved that 66 1, 19 | case they ~mean that God wills some men of every class 67 1, 19 | judge, that antecedently he wills all men to live; but consequently ~ 68 1, 19 | live; but consequently ~wills the murderer to be hanged. 69 1, 19 | same way God antecedently wills ~all men to be saved, but 70 1, 19 | saved, but consequently wills some to be damned, as His ~ 71 1, 19 | said that a just ~judge wills simply the hanging of a 72 1, 19 | that whatever God simply wills takes place; although ~what 73 1, 19 | place; although ~what He wills antecedently may not take 74 1, 19 | except in so far as He wills Himself, in Whom all good 75 1, 19 | will of necessity what He wills, as said ~before (A[3]). 76 1, 19 | of will; as, when a man wills to make a thing, at the 77 1, 19 | will rise again." And God wills ~both: that is, that in 78 1, 19 | changes, but that He sometimes wills that things should change.~ 79 1, 19 | asked to will it; ~for if He wills it, it must necessarily 80 1, 19 | statement is true that if God wills a thing, it comes ~to pass; 81 1, 19 | therefore that all that God wills is necessary absolutely.~ 82 1, 19 | good things that exist God wills to be. If ~therefore His 83 1, 19 | things are done, which God wills to be done, but ~also that 84 1, 19 | done in the way that He wills. Now God wills some ~things 85 1, 19 | way that He wills. Now God wills some ~things to be done 86 1, 19 | conditional statement that if God wills a thing it must necessarily 87 1, 19 | those things happen that God wills to happen, but ~that they 88 1, 19 | kind of necessity that God wills them to have, either absolute ~ 89 1, 19 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God wills evils?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 90 1, 19 | OBJ 1: It seems that God wills evils. For every good that 91 1, 19 | every good that exists, God ~wills. But it is a good that evil 92 1, 19 | things." Therefore God wills evil things.~Aquin.: SMT 93 1, 19 | contrasted with evil." But God wills all ~that appertains to 94 1, 19 | creatures. Therefore God wills ~evil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 95 1, 19 | fulfilled. Therefore God wills that evil should exist.~ 96 1, 19 | thing worse. Therefore God wills not evil things.~Aquin.: 97 1, 19 | is the privation. Now God wills no good more than He wills 98 1, 19 | wills no good more than He wills His ~own goodness; yet He 99 1, 19 | His ~own goodness; yet He wills one good more than another. 100 1, 19 | another. Hence He in no way ~wills the evil of sin, which is 101 1, 19 | Thus in willing ~justice He wills punishment; and in willing 102 1, 19 | of the ~natural order, He wills some things to be naturally 103 1, 19 | does not will evil, yet He ~wills that evil should be or be 104 1, 19 | the statements that anyone wills evil ~to exist and that 105 1, 19 | evil ~to exist and that he wills it not to be, are not so 106 1, 19 | affirmative. God therefore neither wills evil to be done, nor wills 107 1, 19 | wills evil to be done, nor wills it ~not to be done, but 108 1, 19 | it ~not to be done, but wills to permit evil to be done; 109 1, 19 | Since then God necessarily wills His own goodness, but other ~ 110 1, 19 | divine goodness, by which God wills all things, as above shown ( 111 1, 19 | out according to all His wills." ~Therefore sometimes the 112 1, 19 | of will are called divine wills, not as being ~signs that 113 1, 19 | as being ~signs that God wills anything; but because what 114 1, 19 | works nothing unless He wills it, as the Scripture ~says ( 115 1, 19 | A man may show that he ~wills something, either by himself 116 1, 19 | done, unless the Almighty wills it to be done, ~either by 117 1, 19 | properly speaking, He wills not; so He may by metaphor 118 1, 20 | things; to the good ~that one wills, and to the person for whom 119 1, 20 | the person for whom one wills it: since to love a ~person 120 1, 20 | composition; for the good that He wills for Himself, is no other 121 1, 20 | anyone loves another, he wills good to that other. Thus ~ 122 1, 20 | binding force, inasmuch as God wills ~good to others; yet it 123 1, 20 | existing ~thing, then, God wills some good. Hence, since 124 1, 20 | his love, inasmuch as he wills good to the beloved; and ~ 125 1, 20 | good itself that a person wills for the ~beloved. In this 126 1, 20 | But the good that ~God wills for His creatures, is not 127 1, 20 | predestined sinner, since He ~wills for him a greater good, 128 1, 20 | than ~others, is that God wills for them a greater good. 129 1, 21 | he who does whatsoever he wills and pleases does not ~work 130 1, 23 | discrimination. Now God "wills all ~men to be saved" (1 131 1, 23 | order of reason, that God wills their ~salvation; and to 132 1, 23 | love, inasmuch as ~He wills them this particular good 133 1, 23 | election, ~inasmuch as He wills this good to some in preference 134 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God wills all men to be saved by His 135 1, 23 | willed; inasmuch as God wills one thing on account of 136 1, 23 | the whole universe. ~God wills to manifest His goodness 137 1, 23 | and the fact that God wills any created thing is necessary ~ 138 1, 23 | the supposition that He so wills, on account of the immutability 139 1, 25 | does things because He ~wills so to do; yet the power 140 1, 27 | and by one act also He wills ~all things. Hence there 141 1, 28 | will and the object that He wills. ~Hence it follows that 142 1, 41 | God by will, because He ~wills to be God, and wills to 143 1, 41 | He ~wills to be God, and wills to beget the Son. In the 144 1, 41 | will, as a natural faculty, wills something naturally, ~as 145 1, 41 | likewise God naturally ~wills and loves Himself; whereas 146 1, 41 | beget the Son, so also He wills ~to beget Him. But the will 147 1, 41 | For God ~understands and wills all things by one simple 148 1, 46 | part of time. ~Thus he who wills to make a house tomorrow, 149 1, 46 | exists forasmuch as God wills it to exist, since the being 150 1, 46 | necessity; ~and what He wills about creatures is not among 151 1, 53 | himself to a place just as he wills, either through or without ~ 152 1, 57 | hearts and affections of wills. The reason of this is, ~ 153 1, 57 | equally; but just as God wills them to learn by ~revelation; 154 1, 58 | time all ~things that it wills."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 155 1, 58 | the will ~at the same time wills the end and the means to 156 1, 59 | the essence of him who wills; that is to say, in God, 157 1, 59 | that is to say, in God, Who wills nothing ~beyond Himself 158 1, 60 | for every man naturally wills happiness: ~and all other 159 1, 60 | desire; since whatever a ~man wills he wills on account of the 160 1, 60 | whatever a ~man wills he wills on account of the end. Therefore 161 1, 60 | good, which a man naturally wills as an end, is his natural 162 1, 60 | as of that good which one wills for ~oneself, and in consequence 163 1, 60 | while as for himself, he wills ~to have his own nature. 164 1, 62 | towards ~God. Now whoever wills or acts in this manner cannot 165 1, 64 | can commit murder, and ~wills to commit it, and afterwards 166 1, 41 | God by will, because He ~wills to be God, and wills to 167 1, 41 | He ~wills to be God, and wills to beget the Son. In the 168 1, 41 | will, as a natural faculty, wills something naturally, ~as 169 1, 41 | likewise God naturally ~wills and loves Himself; whereas 170 1, 41 | beget the Son, so also He wills ~to beget Him. But the will 171 1, 41 | For God ~understands and wills all things by one simple 172 1, 47 | part of time. ~Thus he who wills to make a house tomorrow, 173 1, 47 | exists forasmuch as God wills it to exist, since the ~ 174 1, 47 | necessity; ~and what He wills about creatures is not among 175 1, 54 | himself to a place just as he wills, either through or without ~ 176 1, 58 | hearts and affections of wills. The reason of this is, ~ 177 1, 58 | equally; but just as God wills them to learn by ~revelation; 178 1, 59 | time all ~things that it wills."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 179 1, 59 | the will ~at the same time wills the end and the means to 180 1, 60 | the essence of him who wills; that is to say, in God, 181 1, 60 | that is to say, in God, Who wills nothing ~beyond Himself 182 1, 61 | for every man naturally wills happiness: ~and all other 183 1, 61 | desire; since whatever a ~man wills he wills on account of the 184 1, 61 | whatever a ~man wills he wills on account of the end. Therefore 185 1, 61 | good, which a man naturally wills as an end, is his natural 186 1, 61 | as of that good which one wills for ~oneself, and in consequence 187 1, 61 | while as for himself, he wills ~to have his own nature. 188 1, 63 | towards ~God. Now whoever wills or acts in this manner cannot 189 1, 65 | can commit murder, and ~wills to commit it, and afterwards 190 1, 78 | able to operate when it wills, but not so that it be always 191 1, 81 | understands that the will wills, and the will wills ~the 192 1, 81 | will wills, and the will wills ~the intellect to understand. 193 1, 81 | irascible, as far as it ~wills to repel evil, not from 194 1, 82 | free-will does what he wills. But man does not what he 195 1, 82 | But man does not what he wills; for it is ~written (Rm. 196 1, 86 | inasmuch as one knows that one wills; and inasmuch as one knows 197 1, 103 | A[6]). Now whatever God wills to do according to the natural ~ 198 1, 106 | which anyone uses when he ~wills." So likewise the intelligible 199 1, 106 | as the principle, he who ~wills is first and supreme; and 200 1, 106 | to others by the one who wills. In that ~manner both the 201 1, 106 | mind to know even what God ~wills. But the same does not apply 202 1, 112 | simply voluntary, which a man wills in a ~particular case, and 203 1, 112 | threatened danger of his life, he wills it. Wherefore this is voluntary ~ 204 1, 112 | another: not that their wills are in ~opposition, since 205 1, 117 | union to take place two wills would have to ~concur - 206 2, 1 | will all, whatsoever he wills, for the last end?~Aquin.: 207 2, 1 | will all, whatsoever he wills, ~for the last end. For 208 2, 6 | for instance, when one wills not ~to act; and sometimes 209 2, 8 | WILL, IN REGARD TO WHAT IT WILLS (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 210 2, 8 | the end: so that what it wills in them, is the end. Thus, ~ 211 2, 8 | of the will, whereby it ~wills the end and the means. ~ 212 2, 8 | example when a man ~first wills to have health, and afterwards 213 2, 8 | what means to ~be healed, wills to send for the doctor to 214 2, 8 | like manner ~whenever a man wills the means, by the same act 215 2, 8 | means, by the same act he wills the end; but not ~the conversely.~ 216 2, 8 | manner the will sometimes wills the end, and yet ~does not 217 2, 9 | forasmuch as it actually wills the end, it ~reduces itself 218 2, 9 | of the will, whereby it wills an end, is not always in 219 2, 9 | counsel: for when a man ~wills to be healed, he begins 220 2, 9 | a physician: and this he wills. But since he did not always 221 2, 9 | for it is the will that wills, though moved by ~another. 222 2, 10 | opposites. Therefore the will wills nothing naturally.~Aquin.: 223 2, 10 | Therefore ~the will, too, wills some things naturally.~Aquin.: 224 2, 10 | entire man. Wherefore man ~wills naturally not only the object 225 2, 10 | hence it is that the will wills something naturally.~Aquin.: 226 2, 10 | potentiality to act, ~when it wills something), should always 227 2, 10 | 3: Further, whatever one wills, is either the end, or something ~ 228 2, 10 | end. But, seemingly, one wills an end necessarily: because ~ 229 2, 10 | it of ~necessity, if it wills anything at all; since it 230 2, 10 | necessarily willed by one who wills the end: just as he who 231 2, 10 | necessity to whatever it wills ~naturally, as stated above ( 232 2, 10 | 3). ~Therefore the will wills of necessity everything 233 2, 10 | God moves it. Therefore it wills ~it of necessity.~Aquin.: 234 2, 12 | but one last end of human wills, viz. ~Happiness, as stated 235 2, 13 | possible and good for him that wills. But the incomplete act 236 2, 13 | any way. Consequently man wills Happiness of necessity, 237 2, 14 | since counsel is of what man wills to do) - and ~as motive ( 238 2, 17 | about willing, and the will wills to reason, ~the result is 239 2, 17 | to will, then already it wills: but that sometimes it ~ 240 2, 17 | sometimes it ~commands and wills not, is due to the fact 241 2, 17 | the powers; and the will ~wills not only for itself, but 242 2, 17 | man lusts, although he ~wills not to lust. But to lust 243 2, 17 | That man lusts, although he wills not to lust, is due to a ~ 244 2, 19 | from ~the fact that a man wills that which is good.~Aquin.: 245 2, 19 | when it is said that a ~man wills a good when he ought not, 246 2, 19 | circumstances of the act which he wills.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 247 2, 19 | will is evil, because it wills ~evil, not indeed that which 248 2, 19 | intended; since a man who wills to steal in order to give ~ 249 2, 19 | for instance, when a man wills to fast for God's sake; ~ 250 2, 19 | willing. For when a man wills to give an alms ~for the 251 2, 19 | the sake of vainglory, he wills that which is good in itself, 252 2, 19 | act, according as a man wills or acts ~intensely; and 253 2, 19 | say, in so far as the will wills some great good ~for an 254 2, 19 | although that by which it wills to gain so great a good, 255 2, 19 | to take medicine as he ~wills to regain health. Nevertheless 256 2, 19 | does ~not follow that he wills or acts intensely; because 257 2, 19 | 2: Further, just as our wills arise from the Divine will, 258 2, 19 | things we know not what God wills. Therefore the human will 259 2, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, God wills to damn the man whom He 260 2, 19 | man were to will what God wills, this would sometimes be 261 2, 19 | for instance, when God wills the death of a father: if ~ 262 2, 19 | has an upright heart, who wills what God wills." But ~everyone 263 2, 19 | heart, who wills what God wills." But ~everyone is bound 264 2, 19 | bound ~to will what God wills.~(2) Moreover, the will 265 2, 19 | Moreover, opposition of wills arises from men willing 266 2, 19 | therefore if a man's will wills a thing to be, according 267 2, 19 | will of another man, who ~wills that thing not to be, according 268 2, 19 | things: hence whatever He wills, He wills it ~under the 269 2, 19 | hence whatever He wills, He wills it ~under the aspect of 270 2, 19 | aspect, ~which thing God wills not, under a universal aspect, 271 2, 19 | too it is, that various wills of various men can be good 272 2, 19 | Divine will, because it wills what God wishes him to ~ 273 2, 19 | something from charity, as God wills it. And ~this conformity 274 2, 19 | in a general way what God wills. For we know ~that whatever 275 2, 19 | know ~that whatever God wills, He wills it under the aspect 276 2, 19 | that whatever God wills, He wills it under the aspect of good. ~ 277 2, 19 | good. ~Consequently whoever wills a thing under any aspect 278 2, 19 | But ~we know not what God wills in particular: and in this 279 2, 19 | see in each thing that he ~wills, the relation of that thing 280 2, 19 | of that thing to what God wills in that particular ~matter. 281 2, 19 | as death, ~because, "He wills all men to be saved" (1 282 2, 19 | saved" (1 Tim. 2:4); but He wills such ~things under the aspect 283 2, 19 | reason of the ~thing willed, wills what God wills, more than 284 2, 19 | thing willed, wills what God wills, more than the man, who 285 2, 19 | there is no opposition of wills when ~several people desire 286 2, 19 | but there is opposition of wills, when under one and the 287 2, 19 | the same aspect, one ~man wills a thing which another wills 288 2, 19 | wills a thing which another wills not. But there is no question 289 2, 20 | his will, not only when he wills an evil end; ~but also when 290 2, 20 | evil end; ~but also when he wills an evil act.~Aquin.: SMT 291 2, 20 | it then, but afterwards wills and does it, the act of 292 2, 20 | voluntary in ~respect of wills that differ, they are two 293 2, 28 | love of friendship, he ~wills good to him, just as he 294 2, 28 | good to him, just as he wills good to himself: wherefore 295 2, 28 | in so far, to wit, as he wills good to ~him as to himself. 296 2, 28 | towards the good that he wills to the ~beloved, with the 297 2, 28 | on the other hand, ~he wills and acts for his friend' 298 2, 28 | himself, in so far as he wills ~the good of his friend 299 2, 29 | of the good which a man wills to himself. For it ~happens 300 2, 29 | way, a man accidentally wills evil ~to himself; and thus 301 2, 29 | to himself, to ~whom he wills good. For each thing is 302 2, 29 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: No man wills and works evil to himself, 303 2, 39 | happen, not because God wills, but ~because He permits 304 2, 47 | justice, inasmuch as He wills to take vengeance on ~sin. 305 2, 50 | which one ~uses when one wills," as stated above (A[1]).~ 306 2, 56 | something actually, because he wills to ~do so. And therefore 307 2, 71 | is used by man when he wills. Consequently man, while 308 2, 71 | interior, as when a man wills "not to go to church," when 309 2, 71 | as the first, for whoever wills one thing that is incompatible 310 2, 71 | incompatible with ~this other, wills, consequently, to go without 311 2, 71 | interior act, as when a man ~wills "not to go to church": while 312 2, 71 | omission, as when ~a man wills "not to go to church," because 313 2, 71 | omission, ~as when a man wills to play at the time he ought 314 2, 71 | omission, as when a man wills to sit up late at night, 315 2, 79 | hearts, by inclining ~their wills to whatever He wills, whether 316 2, 79 | their wills to whatever He wills, whether to good or to evil." 317 2, 79 | that "God inclines men's wills to good and evil," ~is to 318 2, 90 | due to the fact that one wills the end, ~that the reason 319 2, 93 | things themselves that God wills about creatures; which things ~ 320 2, 94 | will" is in the one that ~wills; again, things known are 321 2, 98 | that runneth," viz. that he wills and ~runs in the commandments 322 2, 100 | the inward movements of wills, according to Ps. 7:10: " 323 2, 107 | did not say: 'Let him that wills, ~put his wife away': the 324 2, 109 | Now, too, whatever a man wills, is given ~to him; but his 325 2, 114 | Divine motion, whereby men's wills are moved to undertake these 326 2, 114 | to the malice of ~their wills, especially as regards the 327 2, 1 | not be able to do all He wills in things here below, unless ~ 328 2, 23 | according as the ~Spirit wills to distribute His gifts.~ 329 2, 23 | unfailingly whatever He wills to do. Hence it is ~impossible 330 2, 23 | safeguarding, those whom He wills to ~move are rendered immune 331 2, 23 | from sin, as much as He wills.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 332 2, 24 | experience no clashing of wills, since their whole soul ~ 333 2, 25 | s ~part to act, since he wills and works the good of the 334 2, 25 | the degree of good one wills the person one loves.~Aquin.: 335 2, 28 | Further, concord is union of wills. Now the nature of peace ~ 336 2, 28 | another, in so ~far as the wills of various hearts agree 337 2, 29 | possible, the things it ~wills, so that, consequently, 338 2, 35 | of charity, is union of wills not of opinions. It follows 339 2, 35 | for instance, ~when one wills a good which the other knowingly 340 2, 35 | is merely a separation of wills. Therefore discord ~arises 341 2, 35 | denotes a certain disunion of wills, in so far, ~to wit, as 342 2, 35 | divergence in the movements of wills, which arises from pride 343 2, 35 | discord which is a disunion of wills, and in no way ~indicates 344 2, 36 | denotes a contrariety of wills, so contention signifies ~ 345 2, 51 | imprudence, but the rash ~man wills the act of imprudence, because 346 2, 56 | because, to wit, a man ~wills to do a certain thing always. 347 2, 80 | deigns to ~call, and whom He wills He makes religious: the 348 2, 81 | to strive to will what He wills, according to a gloss on 349 2, 81 | our ~regard, whereby he wills our good - wherefore we 350 2, 81 | they will only what God wills. Now what God wills is always 351 2, 81 | God wills. Now what God wills is always fulfilled. ~Therefore 352 2, 86 | as ~by vowing we fix our wills immovably on that which 353 2, 98 | what he has just as he wills, whether it be his slave 354 2, 102 | rule whereby all rational ~wills are regulated: and to this 355 2, 102 | He the first mover of all wills, as shown ~above (FS, Q[ 356 2, 102 | natural necessity so too all wills, by a kind ~of necessity 357 2, 102 | always bound to will what God wills, yet ~he is always bound 358 2, 102 | always bound to will what God wills him to will. This comes 359 2, 104 | we consider equality of wills. For ~while on the one hand 360 3, 1 | when, ~or as much as, He wills. Hence He came when He knew 361 3, 18 | reason there were several wills in Christ?~(4) Whether there 362 3, 18 | there was any contrariety of wills in Christ?~Aquin.: SMT TP 363 3, 18 | 1~Whether there are two wills in Christ?~Aquin.: SMT TP 364 3, 18 | Christ there are not two wills, one Divine, ~the other 365 3, 18 | first commander in ~whoever wills. But in Christ the first 366 3, 18 | said that there are two wills in Christ, in the ~following 367 3, 18 | we confess two natural wills in Him ~and two natural 368 3, 18 | said that there are two wills in ~Christ, i.e. one human, 369 3, 18 | human nature, for the good wills of ~other saints are moved 370 3, 18 | in Christ there were two wills as regards the reason?~Aquin.: 371 3, 18 | in Christ there were two wills as regards the ~reason. 372 3, 18 | Hence both the ~foregoing wills were in Christ.~Aquin.: 373 3, 18 | reason there are several wills.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 374 3, 18 | is necessary to place two wills, i.e. two species of acts 375 3, 18 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: These two wills do not diversify the power 376 3, 18 | desires to do another's will, wills what the other wills. Hence 377 3, 18 | will, wills what the other wills. Hence it ~seems that Christ' 378 3, 18 | makes men will what God wills; hence the Philosopher says ( 379 3, 18 | heaven will only what God wills, otherwise they would ~not 380 3, 18 | blessed is he who has what he wills, and wills nothing amiss," 381 3, 18 | who has what he wills, and wills nothing amiss," as ~Augustine 382 3, 18 | in His human will Christ wills ~nothing else than does 383 3, 18 | according to which the wills even of friends agree, ~ 384 3, 18 | there was contrariety of wills in Christ? ~Aquin.: SMT 385 3, 18 | there was contrariety of wills in Christ. For ~contrariety 386 3, 18 | Christ. For ~contrariety of wills regards contrariety of objects, 387 3, 18 | Christ in His different wills ~wished contrary things. 388 3, 18 | flesh weak,' He denotes two wills - the human, which through 389 3, 18 | there was contrariety of wills in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 390 3, 18 | there is contrariety of ~wills. But this was in Christ; 391 3, 18 | there was contrariety of wills in Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 392 3, 18 | We confess two natural wills, ~not in opposition, as 393 3, 18 | there to be contrariety of wills in anyone it is ~necessary, 394 3, 18 | first, that the diversity of wills should regard the same. 395 3, 18 | there is no contrariety of ~wills; unless, indeed, the desire 396 3, 18 | case the ~opposition of wills would regard the same. ~ 397 3, 18 | Secondly, for contrariety of wills it is necessary that it 398 3, 18 | there was no ~contrariety of wills in Him. First, because neither 399 3, 18 | opposition or ~contrariety of wills.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 400 3, 21 | the Divine and the human wills are ~distinct in Christ, 401 3, 48 | apply himself to what he wills.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 402 3, 54 | away such qualities as it wills from the visible and tractable ~ 403 3, 67 | to ~whatever purpose He wills. Consequently, the unbaptized 404 3, 68 | called a sinner because he wills to sin and ~purposes to 405 3, 68 | Now so long as a man ~wills to sin, he cannot be united 406 3, 68 | prepares man's will so that it ~wills good and hates evil. Secondly, 407 3, 69 | show of willing ~what he wills not. Now whoever approaches 408 3, 75 | changes nature's laws, as He wills: a ~man is not wont to be 409 3, 76 | will, disappears ~when it wills after the apparition; thus 410 Suppl, 2 | proper act: for ~the will wills to will something. Accordingly 411 Suppl, 6 | not defer doing ~what it wills to do, except for a reasonable 412 Suppl, 19| exercised by him when he wills. Now the power of the ~keys 413 Suppl, 20| can extend it ~to whom he wills, so that he can give him 414 Suppl, 47| is possible with one who wills it ~not.~Aquin.: SMT XP 415 Suppl, 72| nothing ~amiss: and each one wills with a right will, to know 416 Suppl, 72| one prays save for what he wills. Therefore they pray not 417 Suppl, 72| will. Now that which God wills would be done even ~without 418 Suppl, 72| they will only ~what God wills, nor do they ask save for 419 Suppl, 72| to be done; and ~what God wills is always fulfilled - unless 420 Suppl, 72| and consequently God also wills ~that what the saints see 421 Suppl, 88| without any change in God Who wills it, for the ~universe to 422 Appen1, 2| Further, every wise man wills that without which he cannot


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