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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | because it can receive images free from matter, and the ~intellect 2 1, 14 | fact that He is in act and free from all ~matter and potentiality, 3 1, 14 | contingent, being subject to free will. ~Therefore God knows 4 1, 19 | evil?~(10) Whether God has free will?~(11) Whether the will 5 1, 19 | thus there is an end of free will, ~counsel, and all 6 1, 19 | namely, according to the free choice of the ~will, not 7 1, 19 | shown above (A[3]), He has free will with ~respect to what 8 1, 21 | conversely, for that is free which is its own cause. 9 1, 22 | through the ~possession of free will, by which these are 10 1, 22 | But since the very act of free will is traced to God as 11 1, 22 | happening from the exercise ~of free will must be subject to 12 1, 22 | creature has, through its free will, ~control over its 13 1, 23 | masters of our own acts by free will. All that ~pertains 14 1, 23 | and that which flows from free will, as if the same thing 15 1, 23 | between what flows from free will, and what is of predestination; 16 1, 25 | forgive sins of his own free will. Or, because ~by sparing 17 1, 32 | then the error cannot be free from heresy. For this reason 18 1, 38 | enjoy Himself; as also a free man belongs to ~himself. 19 1, 38 | is given, it implies a free use, or enjoyment, as above 20 1, 38 | gift, through which all free gifts are given. So since 21 1, 42 | happens differently as regards free agents and ~natural agents. 22 1, 42 | and ~natural agents. In free agents, on account of the 23 1, 42 | choice of time; for as ~a free agent can choose the form 24 1, 43 | the sense of "giving" as a free bestowal of something, ~ 25 1, 50 | have unfailing life, being free from all corruption, death, ~ 26 1, 55 | the angels - are utterly free from bodies, and ~subsist 27 1, 59 | such a judgment is not a free one, but implanted by ~nature. 28 1, 59 | with a judgment ~which is free, in so far as it apprehends 29 1, 63 | of any proneness, but of free choice ~alone. Consequently 30 1, 66 | in something corporeal, free at the very outset ~from 31 1, 38 | enjoy Himself; as also a free man belongs to ~himself. 32 1, 38 | is given, it implies a free use, or enjoyment, as above 33 1, 38 | gift, through which all free gifts are given. So since 34 1, 42 | happens differently as regards free agents and ~natural agents. 35 1, 42 | and ~natural agents. In free agents, on account of the 36 1, 42 | choice of time; for as ~a free agent can choose the form 37 1, 43 | the sense of "giving" as a free bestowal of something, ~ 38 1, 51 | have unfailing life, being free from all corruption, death, ~ 39 1, 56 | the angels - are utterly free from bodies, and ~subsist 40 1, 60 | such a judgment is not a free one, but implanted by ~nature. 41 1, 60 | with a judgment ~which is free, in so far as it apprehends 42 1, 64 | of any proneness, but of free choice ~alone. Consequently 43 1, 67 | in something corporeal, free at the very outset ~from 44 1, 80 | by which a man rules over free ~subjects, who, though subject 45 1, 82 | OBJ 3: Further, what is "free is cause of itself," as 46 1, 82 | moved by another is not free. But ~God moves the will, 47 1, 82 | and therefore we are not ~free in so doing.~Aquin.: SMT 48 1, 82 | from judgment, but not a free judgment; as ~brute animals. 49 1, 82 | from a natural and not a free judgment, because it judges, 50 1, 82 | therefore he acts from free judgment and retains the 51 1, 82 | to liberty that what is free should be the first cause 52 1, 82 | free-will is ~nothing but a free judgment. But judgment denominates 53 1, 82 | Liberum arbitrium - i.e. free ~judgment] in its strict 54 1, 82 | from this act, which is a free judgment, is named the power 55 1, 82 | called as though it were a free ~judgment. But to judge 56 1, 83 | if man, while asleep, had free use of his ~reason and intellect. 57 1, 83 | sense and imagination are ~free, so is the judgment of his 58 1, 89 | different orders entirely free from matter. Of this ~opinion 59 1, 93 | natural power of judgment is free we are not deceived by ~ 60 1, 93 | but only when it is not free, as is the case in sleep. ~ 61 1, 94 | passions which impede the free use of reason.~Aquin.: SMT 62 1, 95 | governing and directing free men, can be called a master. 63 1, 95 | a slave ~differs from a free man in that the latter has 64 1, 95 | a man is the master of a free subject, by directing him 65 1, 99 | Providence ~preserving them free from sin.~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 1, 102 | agent, whether natural or free, attains to its divinely ~ 67 1, 103 | things existed, God was free not to give them ~existence, 68 1, 103 | after they are made, He is free not ~to continue their existence; 69 1, 107 | first "a certain liberty, free from servile condition and 70 1, 110 | for the will ever remains free to ~consent to, or to resist, 71 1, 112 | who opposed the setting free of the ~people of Israel, 72 1, 116 | with the body, from the free ~consideration of those 73 2, 9 | politic sovereignty," ~as free men are ruled by their governor, 74 2, 9 | opposes his will, which is free and nowise ~subject to the 75 2, 10 | far as the reason remains free, and not subject to the ~ 76 2, 10 | something of this reason remains free. And in respect of ~this, 77 2, 17 | belongs to that which is most free. ~But the root of liberty 78 2, 17 | the free-will as being "a ~free judgment arising from reason," 79 2, 17 | extent as not to leave it free to ~assent or dissent, or 80 2, 17 | supremacy," ~whereby the free are governed, who are not 81 2, 24 | matters of ~doubt, should be free from hatred, anger, friendship 82 2, 44 | contracted in itself, is ~free to set the vital spirits 83 2, 56 | such as that by which ~free men are ruled, who have 84 2, 57 | as regards his soul, is free [liber]. On the other hand, ~ 85 2, 58 | over subjects ~that are free, having a certain right 86 2, 65 | many have charity, being free from mortal sin, and yet 87 2, 65 | to someone of one's own free will: to will not as ~one 88 2, 73 | ignorance), or which weaken the free movement of the will, (e.g. ~ 89 2, 74 | are compared to reason as free agents, because ~they both 90 2, 77 | essentially in an act of the free will, ~which is a faculty 91 2, 80 | then, in so far as it is free, it can resist ~sin, as 92 2, 89 | for a time, but it is not free from the ~aforesaid sin 93 2, 91 | Further, the more a man is free, the less is he under the 94 2, 96 | way, by being altogether free from its ~authority: hence 95 2, 97 | conditions. For if they are free, and able to make their 96 2, 97 | the people have not the free power to make ~their own 97 2, 100 | seems that ~everyone is free in matters that concern 98 2, 101 | God, should be ~entirely free from unfittingness. But 99 2, 102 | from which they should be free. Thus it is forbidden that 100 2, 102 | priests should be entirely ~free from dead works, i.e. sins. 101 2, 105 | the Law, whereby he was free to depart in the ~seventh 102 2, 105 | that slaves should "go out ~free" in the seventh year.~Aquin.: 103 2, 105 | their ~servants, to set them free (Ex. 21:26,27). Similar 104 2, 105 | that they should go out free in the ~seventh year taking 105 2, 105 | man, so that ~he might be free to rejoice with his wife. ~ 106 2, 105 | lapse of time they were set free.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 107 2, 105 | For when a man struck a free man, yet ~so that he did 108 2, 107 | wished religion to be a free service rendered by the 109 2, 108 | And so ~to each one it is free to decide what he should 110 2, 108 | Metaph. i, 2), what is "free ~is cause of itself." Therefore 111 2, 109 | our will is ~in such a way free that we must confess we 112 2, 109 | righteously and to keep free from sin, with equal ~reason, 113 2, 109 | righteously and to keep free from sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 114 2, 110 | related ~to the will or to the free will "as a rider to his 115 2, 110 | horse." Now the will ~or the free will is a power, as stated 116 2, 2 | have knowledge of God, free of doubt and uncertainty, 117 2, 2 | it is found that they are free from obstinacy in ~their 118 2, 2 | since he is no longer free to believe or not to believe: 119 2, 4 | science and also wisdom are free of any doubt about ~their 120 2, 10 | should still leave them free to believe, if they will, ~ 121 2, 10 | because "the children are free," yet He ordered the tribute 122 2, 17 | is due to ~a fault of the free will in placing the obstacle 123 2, 18 | 41], AA[2],3). But God is free ~of all evil, since He is 124 2, 18 | respect of which He ~sets us free: in us the consideration 125 2, 18 | freedom. Since, then, "what is free is ~cause of itself" (Metaph. 126 2, 25 | happiness, not even that he may free his neighbor from sin.~Aquin.: 127 2, 25 | by sinning, in order to free his neighbor from sin, as 128 2, 25 | in matters where we are free to do as we choose, for 129 2, 28 | matters of doubt, should be free from . . . ~anger . . . 130 2, 30 | reprover, who wishes to free a man from the evil of sin, ~ 131 2, 42 | Ghost" (Rm. 5:5), makes us free, since "where the Spirit 132 2, 58 | accept ~it, and each one is free to receive it or not, as 133 2, 62 | far as he ~is naturally free, and exists for himself, 134 2, 62 | Arb. i, 5): "How are they free from sin ~in sight of Divine 135 2, 63 | man by sinning abuses the free use of his ~members, he 136 2, 65 | that he was by no means free to acquit the person accused." 137 2, 65 | anyone. Therefore He is free to remit ~the punishment, 138 2, 67 | tells a lie in order to free oneself from death, since 139 2, 67 | those who are oppressed are free, ~if they so wish, to appeal 140 2, 75 | Contracts should be entirely free from double-dealing: the ~ 141 2, 75 | since "a merchant is hardly free from sins of the lips" [*' 142 2, 75 | A merchant is ~hardly free from negligence, and a huckster 143 2, 78 | justification," because by his own free will man ~observes what 144 2, 79 | Further, every virtue is a free exercise of the will, wherefore ~ 145 2, 79 | xii) that "sanctity is free from all uncleanness, and 146 2, 81 | that very fact become the free children of God."~Aquin.: 147 2, 81 | while praying ~he is not free of sin, for he seems to 148 2, 86 | lest that which we are free to do be done ~without devotion 149 2, 86 | Lest that which we are free to do be ~done without devotion 150 2, 93 | and consequently is not free from the interference of 151 2, 98 | ordinance would preclude the free granting of pious offices 152 2, 98 | entrance to the ~monastery is free, to accept something for 153 2, 102 | ought to do, but is left the free choice proceeding from his 154 2, 102 | because he does it of his own ~free will. Now a deed is rendered 155 2, 102 | Then the children are free," says: "If in ~every kingdom 156 2, 102 | sway over that kingdom ~are free, then the children of that 157 2, 102 | all ~kingdoms, should be free in every kingdom." Now Christians, 158 2, 102 | children of God by grace are free from the spiritual bondage 159 2, 105 | no man should wish to be free. Hence that anyone should 160 2, 115 | and shows his mind to be free of ~attachment thereto. 161 2, 120 | serve and those who are free. Moreover, everyone, be 162 2, 120 | everyone, be he servant ~or free, is bound to provide necessaries 163 2, 121 | them altogether in order to free oneself therefrom ~for the 164 2, 122 | Innocents the use of ~their free will was miraculously accelerated, 165 2, 124 | flesh, which they desire to ~free from present stress. Hence 166 2, 142 | yet are not ~altogether free from evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS 167 2, 145 | people, that is, of the free multitude, should be bound ~ 168 2, 145 | obligation) - he ~would not be free from sin. Nevertheless fasting 169 2, 148 | grievously, he would not be free from sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 170 2, 150 | virginal chastity is integrity free of pollution."~Aquin.: SMT 171 2, 150 | is integrity of the flesh free of all experience of ~venereal 172 2, 150 | general. Now to keep oneself free ~from the experience of 173 2, 150 | praise than keeping oneself free from inordinate ~venereal 174 2, 151 | from the fact that the free act of reason in considering ~ 175 2, 152 | during sleep reason has not a free judgment. ~For there is 176 2, 152 | elicit ~a judgment altogether free, as stated in the FP, Q[ 177 2, 152 | 1: Although a virgin is free from the bond of marriage, 178 2, 152 | of marriage, she is ~not free from her father's power. 179 2, 155 | that those ~whom she sets free are declared immune from 180 2, 155 | great obstacle to man's free judgment of truth: ~wherefore 181 2, 163 | that man was able, by his free will, to ~resist the tempter. 182 2, 166 | sedate, steady, pure, and free from blemish." It is moreover 183 2, 175 | Barbarian nor Scythian, bond nor free.' ~Cf. FP, Q[93], A[6], 184 2, 178 | is the soul's clear and free dwelling upon the ~object 185 2, 178 | whereby it is rendered free of error and of outward 186 2, 180 | man ~must needs be more free while it continues to gaze 187 2, 180 | restless that when they are free from labor they labor all 188 2, 181 | servants of sin, you were free men to justice . . . but 189 2, 181 | but now ~being made free from sin," you are . . . " 190 2, 181 | earthly affairs ~those who are free, not only belong to a different 191 2, 182 | a slave, since even the free serve, according to Gal. ~ 192 2, 182 | ceasing to serve make a man free, as in the case of a ~runaway 193 2, 182 | to ~serve, and a man is free if he be released from service. 194 2, 182 | allowed by their bishops the free entrance into the ~monastery."~ 195 2, 183 | authority, that ~thou art not free to fly without our permission." 196 2, 183 | bound by ~the vow, you were free to submit." Now it is evident 197 2, 184 | following the Lord, and, free of ~solicitude, to be poor 198 2, 184 | not of ~coercion but of a free will, inasmuch as a man 199 2, 184 | subject to superiors, they are free to do as they will; and 200 2, 185 | bade them to be altogether free ~from secular business; 201 2, 185 | so as to receive it as a ~free gift and not as a right 202 2, 187 | compulsion but of their own free will" ~(Dist. xlv, can. 203 2, 187 | without thinking of ~being free to leave, or of remaining 204 2, 187 | competent to have, namely the free disposal of his person, 205 2, 187 | archdeacons and parish priests are free to ~renounce in the hands 206 3, 1 | place. Fifthly, in ~order to free man from the thraldom of 207 3, 1 | be with those who are set free, and ~His truth with those 208 3, 2 | something; ~secondly, as the free gift of God. Now human nature 209 3, 2 | if grace ~be taken as the free gift of God, then the fact 210 3, 2 | but the grace, i.e. the ~free gift of God, of being united 211 3, 3 | generation) "took our nature free ~of sin from His Mother."~ 212 3, 6 | are substances ~entirely free from matter.~Aquin.: SMT 213 3, 7 | desires, from which Christ was free. ~Therefore Christ had not 214 3, 8 | sins from which they are free who are members of ~Christ 215 3, 11 | Then the children are free."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[11] A[ 216 3, 15 | have sin, but to be ~wholly free from sin; otherwise the 217 3, 26 | the body being entirely free, could not transmit the 218 3, 27 | children enjoy the use ~of free will as soon as they are 219 3, 30 | she might offer to God the free gift of her obedience: ~ 220 3, 31 | whereas Christ was absolutely free from sin. Consequently a 221 3, 31 | anything in them that was free from sin, and from which 222 3, 36 | Christ, who came to set man ~free, rewarded those who were 223 3, 36 | Christ came in order to set free the whole world from ~the 224 3, 36 | Gentile nor Jew . . . bond nor free," and ~so forth. And in 225 3, 37 | Law, He might set others free ~therefrom, according to 226 3, 39 | of which the saints are free ~from unreasonable anger. 227 3, 40 | Secondly, He came in order to free men from sin; according 228 3, 40 | preaching, they must be wholly free ~from care of worldly matters: 229 3, 41 | may think ~himself safe or free from temptation. Wherefore 230 3, 46 | race; and ~so man was set free by Christ's justice: and 231 3, 46 | But if He had willed to free ~man from sin without any 232 3, 48 | wish, just as it ~is the free man's condition to apply 233 3, 49 | Christ's Passion did ~not free us from sin.~Aquin.: SMT 234 3, 49 | their sins were not set free by ~Christ's Passion, because " 235 3, 51 | as a man ~without help, free among the dead." But the 236 3, 51 | Christ proved Himself "free among the dead": ~since, 237 3, 51 | return to dust, so as to free us from the same ~penalty.~ 238 3, 52 | our penalty in order to free us from ~penalty, according 239 3, 52 | descending into hell "set free all the just who were held 240 3, 52 | a ~physician is said to free a man from sickness by warding 241 3, 52 | not ~having the use of free will, they could have no 242 3, 52 | by descending set others free." But He permits us to go 243 3, 52 | Purgatory, ~were not set free from Purgatory by Christ' 244 3, 52 | found such as are now set free from Purgatory by virtue 245 3, 53 | necessity of death, but was "free among the dead": and ~therefore 246 3, 63 | when the man has been set free and reprimanded? is it ~ 247 3, 67 | absolution which does not free from the whole punishment, 248 3, 68 | eternal life unless he be free from all ~guilt and debt 249 3, 69 | sin in such a way as to free ~man from all debt of punishment 250 3, 72 | those passions which hinder free confession.~Aquin.: SMT 251 3, 72 | already to the Church, has free access ~to the prince of 252 3, 83 | mystery begun, let it be free for the bishop or another 253 3, 87 | case, whoever was ~entirely free from mortal sin, would go 254 Suppl, 8 | must declare that he is free from mortal sin, and the ~ 255 Suppl, 10| can be ~certain that he is free from mortal sin, whenever 256 Suppl, 11| declaration, if this made him free to divulge it. ~Consequently 257 Suppl, 17| said. For a man may be set free from hell by the remission 258 Suppl, 17| Reply OBJ 4: Everyone is free to will, so that no one 259 Suppl, 20| priestly office, unless he be free ~from those things which 260 Suppl, 25| that they do not avail to free a man from the debt of punishment 261 Suppl, 25| that they ~merely serve to free him from the obligation 262 Suppl, 30| makes the ~movement of the free will towards sin to be one 263 Suppl, 40| should not be captives, but free. Therefore shaving and tonsure ~ 264 Suppl, 41| the same, if each one were free to abstain ~from marriage, 265 Suppl, 43| Further, marriage should be free and absolute. But a betrothal 266 Suppl, 43| since marriage ~should be free, such a condition does not 267 Suppl, 43| they cannot set one another free; for it would ~be a proof 268 Suppl, 43| and then ~set one another free; and such conduct ought 269 Suppl, 43| or she gains, being set free from one ~who has become 270 Suppl, 43| should set one ~another free." Yet to this they say that 271 Suppl, 45| over that which is at the ~free disposal of another, without 272 Suppl, 45| whereas hitherto each had free power over his own body. 273 Suppl, 45| Hence, in so far as she is free, she can give herself into ~ 274 Suppl, 45| daughter, ~since they are free, may enter religion without 275 Suppl, 47| since ~the latter is of free condition: but he may induce 276 Suppl, 47| because consent should be free. But if this be granted 277 Suppl, 52| so as to deem ~a person free who is a slave, so may one 278 Suppl, 52| person a slave whereas he is free. But freedom is not accounted ~ 279 Suppl, 52| because it prevents ~the free execution of that act; and 280 Suppl, 52| slavery. Since, however, it is free to everyone to suffer ~detriment 281 Suppl, 52| bondswoman, thinking her to be ~free, the marriage is not thereby 282 Suppl, 52| there is neither bond nor free" ~(Gal. 3:26,28). Therefore 283 Suppl, 52| his own master since he is free. Therefore he can ~surrender 284 Suppl, 52| slaves although the mother be free; but not if ~the father 285 Suppl, 57| and female, bondman and free, youth and old age ~(Gal. 286 Suppl, 59| For an innocent husband is free to remain with an adulterous ~ 287 Suppl, 59| hope of her amendment he is free to put her away. In like 288 Suppl, 59| wife, so that he would be free to put her ~away, the husband 289 Suppl, 59| a man, whether slave or free, knowingly marry a ~bondwoman, 290 Suppl, 59| in a certain case he is free to do so, as stated ~above ( 291 Suppl, 59| just as a religious is free to fulfill the vows he took 292 Suppl, 59| perfect age, and then it is ~free to follow either the believing 293 Suppl, 59| so that her ~husband be free to take another wife.~Aquin.: 294 Suppl, 59| unbelief - the believer is free to part from ~the other, 295 Suppl, 59| the unbeliever would be free to ~give a bill of divorce 296 Suppl, 65| Even so Esau, the son of ~a free woman, did not inherit ( 297 Suppl, 65| Jacob born of bond ~and free women inherited, as Augustine 298 Suppl, 65| ministers denoted by the ~free woman and of evil ministers 299 Suppl, 69| soon as the soul is set free from the body it is either ~ 300 Suppl, 69| hell if those whom He ~set free were not part of the multitude 301 Suppl, 69| since ~those whom He set free were shut up in hell, the 302 Suppl, 69| thrust into hell will not be free ~from all good: and consequently 303 Suppl, 70| and yet ~they are not then free from punishment, for just 304 Suppl, 71| the ~saints in heaven are free from all need, being inebriated 305 Suppl, 72| asking of God to be set ~free; and yet the fulfillment 306 Suppl, 72| dead: and accordingly they ~free the dead from the punishment 307 Suppl, 75| is born without a debt or free from evil, but only to one 308 Suppl, 79| Potentiality is twofold, tied and free: and this is true ~not only 309 Suppl, 86| that ~they will no more be free to go out, since this was 310 Suppl, 93| will rejoice in having been free from sin, although they 311 Suppl, 93| merit proceeds from the free will. Yet the Church ~celebrates 312 Suppl, 93| who had not the use of the free will. ~Therefore they did 313 Suppl, 95| act proceeds ~from their free will, they are not excused 314 Suppl, 96| unbelievers, are at ~length set free from punishment. But this 315 Suppl, 96| relaxation but not ~setting free altogether if it be referred 316 Suppl, 96| the end they prove to be free from other ~crimes.~Aquin.: 317 Suppl, 96| nor works of ~mercy will free them from eternal punishment, 318 Suppl, 96| obtain ~the mercy that sets free altogether, even if they 319 Suppl, 96| forgiveness that sets them ~free altogether.~Aquin.: SMT 320 Appen1, 1| pleasure, its punishment ~is free of all pain. Consequently 321 Appen1, 2| Purgatory ask to be set free, as ~appears from many incidents 322 Appen1, 2| know that they will be set free, they ~would not ask for 323 Appen2, 1| in ~this life, "he is set free after death by the fire


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