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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inclination

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1 1, 1 | may judge in one way by ~inclination, as whoever has the habit 2 1, 1 | that virtue by his very inclination towards it. Hence it is 3 1, 5 | upon the form follows an ~inclination to the end, or to an action, 4 1, 14 | according only as ~it has an inclination to an effect; and likewise, 5 1, 14 | there is added to it the inclination to an effect, ~which inclination 6 1, 14 | inclination to an effect, ~which inclination is through the will. For 7 1, 19 | natural things have a natural inclination not only towards their own ~ 8 1, 19 | the mode of will, for His ~inclination to put in act what His intellect 9 1, 19 | but only ~as regards the inclination to sin.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 10 1, 27 | by its having a certain inclination to the ~thing willed. Thus 11 1, 28 | other, and have a ~mutual inclination; and such relations are 12 1, 28 | a heavy body is found an inclination and order to the centre; 13 1, 59 | to good ~by their natural inclination, without knowledge, as plants 14 1, 59 | inanimate ~bodies. Such inclination towards good is called " 15 1, 59 | the white, and ~so on. The inclination which follows this apprehension 16 1, 59 | Other things, again, have an inclination towards ~good, but with 17 1, 59 | towards good in general. Such inclination is termed ~"will." Accordingly, 18 1, 59 | intelligible species. But such ~inclination towards the good belongs 19 1, 59 | natural bodies that the ~inclination to being does not come from 20 1, 59 | once it exists. But ~the inclination towards something extrinsic 21 1, 59 | or ~lightness, while the inclination to make something like itself 22 1, 59 | according as by a kind of inclination it tends, in a ~manner, 23 1, 60 | every nature to have some inclination; and ~this is its natural 24 1, 60 | natural appetite or love. This inclination is found to exist ~differently 25 1, 60 | is to be found a natural ~inclination coming from the will; in 26 1, 60 | so far as ~such natural inclination is implanted in him by the 27 1, 60 | is nothing else than the inclination ~implanted in nature by 28 1, 60 | Author. To say that a natural inclination is ~not well regulated, 29 1, 60 | the ~contrary, follows the inclination of man towards things; some 30 1, 60 | for fire has a natural inclination to communicate its form 31 1, 60 | the nature of the ~natural inclination residing in the will of 32 1, 60 | nature, we find the same ~inclination among the social virtues; 33 1, 60 | of the city, then such ~inclination would be natural to him.~ 34 1, 60 | has everything a natural inclination ~towards what is the absolutely 35 1, 62 | But the will's natural inclination is directed towards what 36 1, 62 | different natures, so that the inclination of the one ~thwarts or retards 37 1, 62 | retarded or thwarted by ~the inclination of his sensitive part. But 38 1, 63 | performed now, from the inclination of passion or of ~habit; 39 1, 63 | no wise ~have a natural inclination towards any evil whatsoever; 40 1, 63 | it ~can have a natural inclination to evil; yet only accidentally, 41 1, 63 | Brute beasts have a natural inclination in their sensitive ~nature 42 1, 63 | seeking its food has a natural inclination to ~do so with a certain 43 1, 63 | 3: However great was the inclination towards good in the ~highest 44 1, 63 | contrary to the natural inclination; while that which is against 45 1, 75 | species, whence is derived its inclination for that end. But the end 46 1, 76 | meanwhile an aptitude and an inclination for its proper ~place; so 47 1, 76 | an aptitude and a natural inclination to be united to ~the body.~ 48 1, 60 | to good ~by their natural inclination, without knowledge, as plants 49 1, 60 | inanimate ~bodies. Such inclination towards good is called " 50 1, 60 | the white, and ~so on. The inclination which follows this apprehension 51 1, 60 | Other things, again, have an inclination towards ~good, but with 52 1, 60 | towards good in general. Such inclination is termed ~"will." Accordingly, 53 1, 60 | intelligible species. But such ~inclination towards the good belongs 54 1, 60 | natural bodies that the ~inclination to being does not come from 55 1, 60 | once it exists. But ~the inclination towards something extrinsic 56 1, 60 | or ~lightness, while the inclination to make something like itself 57 1, 60 | according as by a kind of inclination it tends, in a ~manner, 58 1, 61 | every nature to have some inclination; and ~this is its natural 59 1, 61 | natural appetite or love. This inclination is found to exist ~differently 60 1, 61 | is to be found a natural ~inclination coming from the will; in 61 1, 61 | so far as ~such natural inclination is implanted in him by the 62 1, 61 | is nothing else than the inclination ~implanted in nature by 63 1, 61 | Author. To say that a natural inclination is ~not well regulated, 64 1, 61 | the ~contrary, follows the inclination of man towards things; some 65 1, 61 | for fire has a natural inclination to communicate its form 66 1, 61 | the nature of the ~natural inclination residing in the will of 67 1, 61 | nature, we find the same ~inclination among the social virtues; 68 1, 61 | of the city, then such ~inclination would be natural to him.~ 69 1, 61 | has everything a natural inclination ~towards what is the absolutely 70 1, 63 | But the will's natural inclination is directed towards what 71 1, 63 | different natures, so that the inclination of the one ~thwarts or retards 72 1, 63 | retarded or thwarted by ~the inclination of his sensitive part. But 73 1, 64 | performed now, from the inclination of passion or of ~habit; 74 1, 64 | no wise ~have a natural inclination towards any evil whatsoever; 75 1, 64 | it ~can have a natural inclination to evil; yet only accidentally, 76 1, 64 | Brute beasts have a natural inclination in their sensitive ~nature 77 1, 64 | seeking its food has a natural inclination to ~do so with a certain 78 1, 64 | 3: However great was the inclination towards good in the ~highest 79 1, 64 | contrary to the natural inclination; while that which is against 80 1, 74 | species, whence is derived its inclination for that end. But the end 81 1, 75 | meanwhile an aptitude and an inclination for its proper ~place; so 82 1, 75 | an aptitude and a natural inclination to be united to ~the body.~ 83 1, 77 | the soul ~itself has an inclination and tendency to the something 84 1, 77 | natural appetite" is that inclination which each thing ~has, of 85 1, 78 | nature, or of its proper inclination: as when ~water loses coolness 86 1, 79 | we must observe that some inclination follows ~every form: for 87 1, 79 | is followed by a natural inclination, which ~is called the natural 88 1, 79 | must there be in ~them an inclination surpassing the natural inclination, 89 1, 79 | inclination surpassing the natural inclination, which is called ~the natural 90 1, 79 | appetite. And this superior inclination belongs to the ~appetitive 91 1, 79 | nature, and has a ~natural inclination to something. Wherefore 92 1, 80 | sensuality is a certain inclination to the bodily senses, since 93 1, 80 | things ~there is needed an inclination not only to the acquisition 94 1, 80 | example, fire has a natural inclination, not only to rise from a 95 1, 80 | sensitive appetite is an inclination following ~sensitive apprehension, 96 1, 80 | as natural appetite is an inclination following ~the natural form, 97 1, 80 | unpleasant things, against the ~inclination of the concupiscible appetite, 98 1, 81 | violent which is against the inclination of a thing. But the ~very 99 1, 81 | movement of the will is an inclination to something. Therefore, 100 1, 81 | because it is according to the inclination of ~nature, so a thing is 101 1, 81 | it is according to the ~inclination of the will. Therefore, 102 1, 83 | intelligence, either from the inclination of its very nature, or through 103 1, 86 | will is ~nothing but an inclination consequent on the form understood; 104 1, 86 | natural appetite is an inclination consequent on the natural 105 1, 86 | the natural form. Now ~the inclination of a thing resides in it 106 1, 86 | existence; and hence the natural inclination resides in a natural thing ~ 107 1, 86 | thing ~naturally, and the inclination called the sensible appetite 108 1, 86 | likewise the intelligible inclination, which ~is the act of the 109 1, 102 | ad 3; A[5], ad 2), every ~inclination of anything, whether natural 110 1, 102 | the first mover; as the inclination of the arrow ~towards a 111 1, 104 | second way by an interior inclination of the will.~Aquin.: SMT 112 1, 104 | moved against its ~natural inclination; but if it is moved by another 113 1, 104 | to it the ~proper natural inclination, it is not forced; as when 114 1, 104 | the will its own natural inclination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 115 1, 104 | give them their natural inclination; as, for example, when a 116 1, 104 | not owe to him its natural inclination to ~move downwards; and 117 1, 104 | agent on whom the natural inclination depends; and this ~is not 118 1, 104 | body, on which the natural inclination of lower bodies depends. ~ 119 1, 105 | of the will is a certain inclination of the willer ~to the thing 120 1, 105 | He alone can change this inclination, Who ~bestowed on the creature 121 1, 105 | can ~change the natural inclination, which can give the power 122 1, 105 | which follows ~that natural inclination. Now God alone gave to the 123 1, 110 | will is nothing but the ~inclination of the will to the thing 124 1, 110 | gives the power of such an inclination to the ~intellectual nature. 125 1, 110 | nature. For as the natural inclination is from God alone Who ~gives 126 1, 110 | gives the nature, so the inclination of the will is from God 127 1, 114 | of necessity, follow the inclination of the inferior appetite; 128 2, 1 | caused by their natural inclination, which is called the ~"natural 129 2, 1 | tend to an end, by natural ~inclination, as being moved by another 130 2, 3 | happy, forasmuch as it is an inclination of the ~will: just as a 131 2, 4 | And consequently right inclination of the will is required ~ 132 2, 6 | acts are from their own inclination. Hence it is that, ~according 133 2, 6 | is nothing else than an ~inclination proceeding from the interior 134 2, 6 | the natural appetite is an inclination proceeding from an interior ~ 135 2, 6 | the nature of a natural inclination or ~movement. For a stone 136 2, 6 | movement be from its natural inclination is impossible. In ~like 137 2, 6 | done against the ~interior inclination of the passive subject. 138 2, 6 | moved, ~according to its own inclination, by the appetible object, 139 2, 6 | which is according to the ~inclination of nature; so that is said 140 2, 6 | which is ~according to the inclination of the will. Now a thing 141 2, 6 | there is in nature an ~inclination to receive an action from 142 2, 6 | moved against the natural ~inclination of the body, although it 143 2, 8 | is ~nothing else than an inclination of a person desirous of 144 2, 8 | towards ~that thing. Now every inclination is to something like and 145 2, 8 | must needs be that every inclination is to ~something good. And 146 2, 8 | noted that, since every inclination results from a form, ~the 147 2, 9 | does not give a universal inclination. Hence ~neither can primary 148 2, 13 | as they have a ~natural inclination to set about their actions 149 2, 15 | appetitive power is a kind of inclination to the thing itself, ~the 150 2, 19 | cause; since the proper ~inclination consequent to nature, or 151 2, 20 | the will; because every inclination or movement is perfected ~ 152 2, 21 | accord with the natural inclination to ~an end, then the action 153 2, 23 | it gives the ~patient an inclination or aptitude to tend to the 154 2, 23 | generated, so that it ~has an inclination or aptitude to be above. 155 2, 23 | appetitive power, a certain ~inclination, aptitude or connaturalness 156 2, 23 | passions, the aptitude, or ~inclination to seek good, or to shun 157 2, 25 | an aptitude for and an ~inclination to another, partakes of 158 2, 27 | potentially ~and by way of inclination, a quality which the other 159 2, 29 | that what applies to the inclination of the natural ~appetite, 160 2, 32 | principle is man's habitual inclination ~to do good, by reason of 161 2, 35 | every appetitive movement or inclination consequent to apprehension, ~ 162 2, 35 | sensitive appetite: since the inclination ~of the natural appetite 163 2, 35 | unsuitable. ~Therefore the inclination of the appetitive power 164 2, 36 | that movement is a ~natural inclination resulting from gravity.~ 165 2, 36 | movement, is the inward inclination of the ~appetite; which 166 2, 36 | of the ~appetite; which inclination regards, first of all, the 167 2, 36 | love, which is the first inclination of ~the appetite towards 168 2, 36 | hatred, which is the first inclination of the appetite towards 169 2, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The inclination of the appetite to the possession 170 2, 36 | possession of good ~causes the inclination of the appetite to fly from 171 2, 36 | that it is contrary to the inclination of the appetite to ~be united 172 2, 36 | is contrary to a thing's ~inclination does not happen to it save 173 2, 36 | transform the contrary inclination into its own inclination 174 2, 36 | inclination into its own inclination there will be ~no longer 175 2, 36 | only when the ~contrary inclination of the appetite remains. 176 2, 41 | avoidance, imply a certain ~inclination to pursue what is good or 177 2, 41 | avoid what is evil; which ~inclination is to be found in the natural 178 2, 41 | movements, whereto the natural ~inclination is nowise sufficient. This 179 2, 41 | very nature of natural ~inclination: for instance, despair flies 180 2, 41 | which are contrary to the inclination of nature. Wherefore such 181 2, 42 | can. Accordingly, from the inclination of the individual nature ~ 182 2, 42 | cause have a strong power of inclination, in that respect a man ~ 183 2, 50 | is nothing but a certain inclination, as ~we have said above ( 184 2, 51 | of this is ~because the inclination to its proper objects, which 185 2, 51 | majority of cases; which ~inclination belongs to the habit of 186 2, 53 | virtue, by reason of the inclination of the ~sensitive appetite 187 2, 58 | natural or quasi-natural inclination to ~do some particular action, 188 2, 58 | natural or ~quasi-natural inclination to do some particular action. 189 2, 58 | nature, and produces an inclination similar to a natural one. ~ 190 2, 58 | But it is evident that inclination to an action belongs properly 191 2, 58 | reason, have a natural ~inclination to do good works. Therefore 192 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The inclination of nature in things devoid 193 2, 58 | choice: wherefore such an inclination does not of necessity ~require 194 2, 58 | require reason. But the inclination of moral virtue is with 195 2, 58 | Reply OBJ 3: The natural inclination to a good of virtue is a 196 2, 58 | For the stronger this ~inclination is, the more perilous may 197 2, 60 | intellectual virtues; so does their inclination belong to the ~appetite 198 2, 62 | happiness, what the natural inclination is in relation ~to the connatural 199 2, 62 | same way as by the natural ~inclination man is directed to his connatural 200 2, 65 | fortitude, is nothing but an inclination in us to do some kind of 201 2, 65 | good ~deed, whether such inclination be in us by nature or by 202 2, 65 | choice requires not only the inclination to a due end, which inclination ~ 203 2, 65 | inclination to a due end, which inclination ~is the direct outcome of 204 2, 66 | charity, and not from the ~inclination, which is on the part of 205 2, 66 | moral virtues, viz. the ~inclination to the virtuous act, one 206 2, 67 | these virtues is a certain inclination of the appetitive part to 207 2, 71 | fact that he follows the inclination of his sensitive nature 208 2, 73 | as regards the virtue's inclination to act, as stated above ~( 209 2, 73 | the will, whose natural inclination is to ~be moved freely of 210 2, 74 | thought proceeds ~from the inclination of the appetite, not indeed 211 2, 74 | itself results from the inclination of the appetite to the ~ 212 2, 74 | less than a consent to the inclination of his appetite to fornication: ~ 213 2, 75 | inclined to something; which ~inclination sometimes influences the 214 2, 76 | the act, on account of the inclination of the will thereto, the ~ 215 2, 77 | since it has a natural ~inclination always to follow the judgment 216 2, 77 | proposition ~suggested by the inclination of the passion, and draws 217 2, 78 | when ~he sins through the inclination of a habit. It may also 218 2, 82 | Nevertheless a ~certain inclination to an inordinate act does 219 2, 82 | inordinate movements: just as an ~inclination to inordinate bodily movements 220 2, 82 | to ~contraries: since the inclination of habit is like that of 221 2, 83 | place we must consider its inclination to act; and in this way 222 2, 83 | which is seated the first inclination to commit a sin, and ~this 223 2, 84 | Thirdly, as denoting an inclination of a corrupt nature to ~ 224 2, 84 | Thirdly, as denoting an inclination to this contempt, owing 225 2, 84 | disposed so as to have a strong inclination for one ~particular end, 226 2, 85 | since man has from nature an inclination to virtue, as stated above ~( 227 2, 85 | A[1]; Q[63], A[1]), this inclination to virtue is a good of ~ 228 2, 85 | nature, viz. ~the natural inclination to virtue, is diminished 229 2, 85 | Because human ~acts produce an inclination to like acts, as stated 230 2, 85 | of two ~contraries, its inclination to the other contrary must 231 2, 85 | of nature, which ~is the inclination to virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 232 2, 85 | voluntary action, it has an ~inclination to a certain voluntary action. 233 2, 85 | voluntary action: it is the ~inclination that is changed in so far 234 2, 85 | diminished by sin, is the natural inclination to virtue, which is ~befitting 235 2, 85 | saying that the ~aforesaid inclination is to be considered as a 236 2, 85 | because the root of this ~inclination always remains. An example 237 2, 85 | transparent body, which has an inclination to receive light, from the ~ 238 2, 85 | is transparent; yet this inclination or aptitude is ~diminished 239 2, 85 | destroys the root of the inclination, as ~stated above.~Aquin.: 240 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 2: The natural inclination is indeed wholly uniform: ~ 241 2, 85 | in the lost the natural inclination to virtue remains, ~else 242 2, 85 | parent's sin. But since the inclination ~to the good of virtue is 243 2, 85 | the good of the natural inclination, which also has its mode, ~ 244 2, 85 | not indeed as regards the inclination of the form which is the 245 2, 85 | perfection, but as regards ~the inclination of matter which is allotted 246 2, 85 | of contraries, from the ~inclination of that matter there results 247 2, 87 | we ~find that the natural inclination of man is to repress those 248 2, 90 | of some law: so that any inclination arising from a law, may 249 2, 90 | as it were. And thus ~the inclination of the members to concupiscence 250 2, 91 | whereby it has a natural inclination to its proper ~act and end: 251 2, 91 | law besides the ~natural inclination impressed on them. Much 252 2, 91 | measured; so that every ~inclination or ordination which may 253 2, 91 | law may receive a twofold ~inclination from the lawgiver. First, 254 2, 91 | 3/3~So, then, this very inclination of sensuality which is called 255 2, 91 | by reason of a direct ~inclination. But in man, it has not 256 2, 91 | fomes" as to its proper ~inclination, and not as to its origin. 257 2, 91 | its origin. And yet if the inclination of ~sensuality be considered 258 2, 93 | it also has a natural inclination to that which is in harmony 259 2, 93 | because in them the natural inclination to virtue is ~corrupted 260 2, 93 | again, ~besides the natural inclination to good, there is the added 261 2, 93 | knowledge of good, and their inclination thereto, are imperfect; 262 2, 93 | there ~remains in man the inclination to act in accordance with 263 2, 94 | things relating to the inclination of the concupiscible faculty 264 2, 94 | which man has a natural ~inclination, are naturally apprehended 265 2, 94 | there is first of all an inclination to good in accordance with 266 2, 94 | nature: and by reason of this inclination, whatever is a means of ~ 267 2, 94 | Secondly, there is in man an inclination to things that ~pertain 268 2, 94 | animals: and in virtue of this inclination, those ~things are said 269 2, 94 | Thirdly, there is in man an ~inclination to good, according to the 270 2, 94 | thus man has a natural inclination to know the truth ~about 271 2, 94 | whatever pertains ~to this inclination belongs to the natural law; 272 2, 94 | things regarding the above inclination.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 273 2, 94 | is in every man a natural inclination to ~act according to reason: 274 2, 108 | command ~issued against the inclination of nature is an unjust command, 275 2, 109 | preconceived end and the inclination of his habit. But because 276 2, 113 | soul is like the natural ~inclination in natural things. But when 277 2, 113 | natural things ~against their inclination of their nature, it is a 278 2, 113 | is ~moved contrary to its inclination, otherwise it would be miraculous 279 2, 4 | since the will has no ~inclination for anything except in so 280 2, 4 | sometimes it denotes the ~inclination of the will to fulfil God' 281 2, 4 | way, obedience denotes an inclination to fulfil the commandments ~ 282 2, 13 | First by reason of the very inclination ~of a vicious habit which 283 2, 13 | as it ~results from the inclination of a habit, is not a special 284 2, 13 | place: first, through ~the inclination of a habit; but this is 285 2, 13 | when it proceeds from the inclination of a habit.~Aquin.: SMT 286 2, 18 | because it is by his ~own inclination that he is moved to act: 287 2, 21 | induced ~by his natural inclination to hope for good. Therefore 288 2, 22 | virtue has such a strong inclination to its ~act as charity has, 289 2, 23 | way, ~on account of the inclination of our appetite towards 290 2, 25 | operation, since the principal inclination of each part is towards 291 2, 25 | of charity, which is the ~inclination of grace, is not less orderly 292 2, 25 | appetite, ~which is the inclination of nature, for both inclinations 293 2, 25 | order that the natural ~inclination in each thing is proportionate 294 2, 25 | thing: thus in earth the inclination of ~gravity is greater than 295 2, 25 | water. Consequently the inclination also of grace which is the ~ 296 2, 25 | this life, a man, by the inclination of charity, loves more those 297 2, 26 | its very essence it has an inclination to its proper act. ~Now 298 2, 26 | to say, has not an eager ~inclination, because it is by the sole 299 2, 27 | its very nature it has an inclination to a ~certain act. Now it 300 2, 45 | manner, it follows that the inclination of nature which ~ever works 301 2, 45 | wherefore there can be a natural inclination in ~respect of these ends; 302 2, 45 | that some, from a natural inclination, have certain ~virtues whereby 303 2, 45 | affairs. ~Wherefore since the inclination of nature is ever to something 304 2, 58 | habit of charity, has ~an inclination to judge aright of all things 305 2, 58 | that it proceed from the inclination of justice; secondly, that 306 2, 62 | suicide is contrary to the ~inclination of nature, and to charity 307 2, 67 | resist corruption is an inclination of nature not only in men 308 2, 71 | of a sin depends on its inclination to an end, ~i.e. on the 309 2, 75 | resist and overcome this inclination." And then he gives ~the 310 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: The natural inclination concerns the precepts of 311 2, 77 | custom and against a natural ~inclination.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 312 2, 83 | accordance with man's natural ~inclination that he should tender submission 313 2, 93 | Further, there is no natural inclination to evil; because nature ~ 314 2, 93 | like. But men by natural inclination seek to ~foreknow future 315 2, 93 | causes have no determinate ~inclination to produce these effects. 316 2, 93 | OBJ 3: Man has a natural inclination to know the future by human ~ 317 2, 93 | dispositive cause of an ~inclination to those operations, in 318 2, 93 | bodily organs having an inclination for human acts. Since, however, ~ 319 2, 93 | reason, to act counter to the inclination of the ~heavenly bodies.~ 320 2, 93 | disposed in accordance with the inclination of the heavenly ~bodies: 321 2, 106 | to every definite natural inclination ~there corresponds a special 322 2, 106 | Now there is a special inclination of ~nature to remove harm, 323 2, 115 | is ~contrary to a natural inclination. Now it is a natural inclination 324 2, 115 | inclination. Now it is a natural inclination for ~one to provide for 325 2, 115 | To spend on oneself is an inclination of nature; hence to ~spend 326 2, 116 | perfected in accordance with the inclination of the sensitive appetite. ~ 327 2, 120 | there is in man a natural inclination to set aside a certain ~ 328 2, 121 | man should have a natural inclination to virtue by ~reason of 329 2, 124 | contrary to the natural ~inclination, and therefore a sin, to 330 2, 125 | except in so far as such inclination is hindered by the ~fear 331 2, 131 | is contrary to a natural inclination is a sin, ~because it is 332 2, 131 | everything has a natural ~inclination to accomplish an action 333 2, 132 | is opposed to a natural inclination, but on ~the contrary perfects 334 2, 132 | opposed to the natural ~inclination one has to look after oneself. 335 2, 134 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The inclination of reason would prevail 336 2, 134 | But in corrupt nature the inclination of ~concupiscence prevails, 337 2, 135 | nature. Therefore ~the sole inclination of virtue suffices for perseverance. 338 2, 139 | virtue goes ~against the inclination of nature, since "there 339 2, 139 | is not contrary ~to the inclination of human nature, but is 340 2, 139 | however, contrary to the inclination of the animal nature that 341 2, 152 | is that which is ~in the inclination of the will. But the sensual 342 2, 152 | this ~leaves its trace and inclination in the soul, so that the 343 2, 153 | the more they follow the inclination of nature, the more strongly 344 2, 153 | injured him - rather than an inclination of ~nature. Wherefore a 345 2, 153 | incontinence is the ~evil inclination of the concupiscible, by 346 2, 154 | where there is a greater inclination of ~the will to sin, there 347 2, 154 | sometimes precedes the ~inclination of the appetite and causes 348 2, 154 | reason sometimes follows the inclination of the appetite, and then 349 2, 154 | graver the sin, because the ~inclination of the appetite is shown 350 2, 154 | reason is on the part of the inclination of the ~appetite: for in 351 2, 154 | difficult to remove, whereas the inclination of the incontinent man ~ 352 2, 164 | Accordingly, as regards the first inclination studiousness is a kind of ~ 353 2, 164 | temperance. But as to the second inclination, this virtue derives its ~ 354 2, 173 | accordance with its ~proper inclination, whether voluntary or natural. 355 2, 173 | different from that to which his inclination tends. This difference ~ 356 2, 173 | way from the end of the inclination - for ~instance a stone, 357 2, 173 | that rapture is outside the inclination of the person who ~is rapt; 358 2, 173 | the appetitive power is an inclination ~to an appetible good. Wherefore, 359 2, 181 | not to be overcome by the inclination to sin, ~and freedom from 360 3, 15 | drives out sin and the ~inclination to sin, which is implied 361 3, 15 | of ~the "fomes" of sin an inclination of the sensual appetite 362 3, 27 | Blessed ~Virgin without an inclination to evil, is to combine two 363 3, 27 | but a certain natural inclination to the act of that virtue.~ 364 3, 41 | towards which each one has an inclination. Consequently the devil ~ 365 3, 87 | another, by the inordinate inclination of the affections to some ~ 366 3, 89 | Nevertheless, so far as the ~inclination itself of charity and of 367 Suppl, 16| And since this order or inclination is ~not entirely destroyed 368 Suppl, 16| virtue and vice follows the inclination, not of nature, but of the ~ 369 Suppl, 41| hinders another, such an inclination does not bind ~each man 370 Suppl, 41| human community; but ~the inclination of nature is satisfied by 371 Suppl, 41| great obstacle, the ~natural inclination to marriage is not binding 372 Suppl, 41| Human nature has a general inclination to various offices ~and 373 Suppl, 41| evil; wherefore, since the inclination to beget an offspring ~whereby 374 Suppl, 52| natural reason has this inclination, and nature has this desire - 375 Suppl, 52| person sins, nature has ~an inclination that he should be punished 376 Suppl, 58| about ~matters outside the inclination of nature, and which offer 377 Suppl, 65| appetitive power a natural inclination, whereby the ~action befitting 378 Suppl, 65| Reply OBJ 9: The natural inclination in the appetitive power 379 Suppl, 72| the body, or any kind of inclination to its ~union with the soul, 380 Suppl, 75| this dust has a natural inclination towards the soul?~Aquin.: 381 Suppl, 75| restored have any ~natural inclination towards the soul which will 382 Suppl, 75| restored will have a natural inclination towards the soul which will 383 Suppl, 75| them. For if they had no inclination towards the soul, they ~ 384 Suppl, 75| from the soul, a ~natural inclination towards that soul.~Aquin.: 385 Suppl, 75| in ~those ashes a natural inclination towards the soul.~Aquin.: 386 Suppl, 75| animals there is no natural ~inclination to that soul, neither will 387 Suppl, 75| neither will there be an inclination towards ~the soul in those 388 Suppl, 75| Further, to every natural inclination there corresponds a natural 389 Suppl, 75| not in ~them any natural inclination to the aforesaid reunion.~ 390 Suppl, 75| which gives a ~natural inclination to the same soul. But this 391 Suppl, 75| this reason have a ~natural inclination to human souls. But this 392 Suppl, 75| ashes ~there is no natural inclination to resurrection, but only 393 Suppl, 79| contraries ~have a natural inclination to be active and passive 394 Suppl, 93| altogether immune from the inclination of the fomes on account 395 Suppl, 93| conflict is only from ~the inclination of the fomes, nor can temptation 396 Suppl, 95| nature, Who gave nature this ~inclination which we call the natural 397 Suppl, 95| will, which is nature's inclination to some particular good. 398 Suppl, 95| good. And yet this ~natural inclination is corrupted by their wickedness,


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