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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 17 | objects, even a rightly disposed sense may have a ~false 2 1, 19 | eternity it was ~otherwise disposed in the divine knowledge 3 1, 19 | evil, properly ordered ~and disposed, commends the good more 4 1, 45 | presupposed, which can be disposed by the action of the ~instrumental 5 1, 53 | repose be not otherwise ~disposed now than it was before: 6 1, 56 | the human intellect is ~disposed for understanding corporeal 7 1, 59 | essence, is outside it is ~disposed to be somehow within it. 8 1, 60 | conclusions. Hence they are disposed to everything they can ~ 9 1, 60 | know, as our intellect is disposed towards first principles, 10 1, 62 | angel ~beholding God is disposed towards God in the same 11 1, 62 | choice of means to an end is disposed just ~as the intellect is 12 1, 63 | if they themselves were disposed to carnal pleasures: it 13 1, 64 | superior. But man's ~welfare is disposed by Divine providence in 14 1, 76 | form exists in ~its proper disposed matter. But dispositions 15 1, 76 | disposition by which the body is disposed for such a ~union. Nevertheless 16 1, 76 | is ~concerned, is equally disposed to be in the whole surface 17 1, 77 | Thus he is least of all disposed ~of health, who can only 18 1, 77 | a few ~remedies; better disposed is he who can acquire perfect 19 1, 46 | presupposed, which can be disposed by the action of the ~instrumental 20 1, 54 | repose be not otherwise ~disposed now than it was before: 21 1, 57 | the human intellect is ~disposed for understanding corporeal 22 1, 60 | essence, is outside it is ~disposed to be somehow within it. 23 1, 61 | conclusions. Hence they are disposed to everything they can ~ 24 1, 61 | know, as our intellect is disposed towards first principles, 25 1, 63 | angel ~beholding God is disposed towards God in the same 26 1, 63 | choice of means to an end is disposed just ~as the intellect is 27 1, 64 | if they themselves were disposed to carnal pleasures: it 28 1, 65 | superior. But man's ~welfare is disposed by Divine providence in 29 1, 75 | form exists in ~its proper disposed matter. But dispositions 30 1, 75 | disposition by which the body is disposed for such a ~union. Nevertheless 31 1, 75 | is ~concerned, is equally disposed to be in the whole surface 32 1, 76 | Thus he is least of all disposed ~of health, who can only 33 1, 76 | a few ~remedies; better disposed is he who can acquire perfect 34 1, 82 | which we are well or ill disposed with regard to actions and 35 1, 84 | disposition, are better disposed to understand.~Aquin.: SMT 36 1, 90 | that "corporeal things ~are disposed by God through the angels." 37 1, 90 | imperfect animals ~from properly disposed matter: for it is clear 38 1, 90 | body ought to be the best disposed in what is proper to an 39 1, 90 | man's body was not aptly disposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 40 1, 90 | body is very imperfectly disposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 41 1, 90 | therefore he is perfectly disposed as to the general situation 42 1, 94 | their acts; for he was so disposed that he would ~repent, if 43 1, 94 | conditionally; as being so disposed that he would be ashamed 44 1, 95 | beautiful, and all ways better disposed; so that, ~however, in those 45 1, 96 | voiding the surplus, yet so disposed by God as to be decorous 46 1, 110 | intellect whereby it is disposed to obey the will tending 47 1, 111 | Divine Providence has so disposed not only ~among the angels, 48 1, 114 | conception is not wholly ~disposed to the male sex; wherefore 49 1, 114 | that the brain is thereto disposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 50 1, 114 | corporeal matter is ~better disposed for the result for which 51 1, 115 | causes, which ~are thus disposed or ordered; secondly, in 52 1, 116 | so that they be rightly ~disposed for intelligible apprehension. 53 1, 117 | seminal power the ~matter is disposed for the reception of a certain 54 2, 1 | which the man with ~well disposed affections desires for his 55 2, 4 | form, unless it be duly ~disposed thereto, so nothing gains 56 2, 5 | through his being better disposed or ~ordered to the enjoyment 57 2, 5 | 12). Thus he is better disposed to health ~who can attain 58 2, 6 | reason is ~indifferently disposed to opposite things, the 59 2, 9 | according as it is variously ~disposed, takes to a thing in various 60 2, 10 | sensitive appetite happen to be disposed to ~something, by reason 61 2, 10 | to wit, man through being disposed in such and such ~a way 62 2, 10 | the passion. For when thus disposed, ~since man is variously 63 2, 10 | since man is variously disposed according to the various 64 2, 17 | preceding it: thus a man may ~be disposed in one way or another, in 65 2, 22 | because things that ~are disposed to passion, suffer much 66 2, 38 | escapes a man when he is so disposed that he thinks he ought ~ 67 2, 39 | the act of the will, well disposed and detesting that evil. 68 2, 42 | properly speaking, a man thus disposed, fears ~the being led astray 69 2, 43 | that which renders a man so disposed that thing is such an evil 70 2, 46 | that is temperamentally disposed to ~anger is sooner incensed 71 2, 46 | that is temperamentally ~disposed to desire, is inflamed with 72 2, 46 | disposition, are ~naturally disposed to some excess of passion, 73 2, 49 | disposition ~whereby that which is disposed is disposed well or ill, 74 2, 49 | that which is disposed is disposed well or ill, and this, either ~ 75 2, 49 | disposition whereby that which is disposed is disposed well or ill." ~ 76 2, 49 | that which is disposed is disposed well or ill." ~But this 77 2, 49 | happens to be well ~or ill disposed in regard also to shape, 78 2, 49 | a ~thing be well or ill disposed, nor quickly or slowly transitory.~ 79 2, 49 | perfect I mean that ~which is disposed in accordance with its nature." 80 2, 49 | disposition ~whereby someone is disposed, well or ill"; and in Ethic. 81 2, 49 | a man is not said to be disposed by some quality except ~ 82 2, 49 | not said to be well or ill disposed, except by reason of a ~ 83 2, 49 | easily, we say that he is disposed to that science, rather 84 2, 49 | disposition whereby that which is ~disposed, is well or ill disposed 85 2, 49 | disposed, is well or ill disposed either in regard to itself, 86 2, 49 | habits we are ~well or ill disposed in respect of something, 87 2, 49 | a ~thing is well or ill disposed by its form: for in respect 88 2, 49 | disposition a thing is well or ill disposed thereto. ~Now for a thing 89 2, 49 | for a thing to need to be disposed to something else, three ~ 90 2, 49 | condition is that which is disposed ~should be distinct from 91 2, 49 | from that to which it is disposed; and so, that it ~should 92 2, 49 | the ~subject needs to be disposed in regard to the form by 93 2, 49 | the soul; it needs to be disposed to its operations by means 94 2, 50 | nature, the body is not disposed by a habit: ~because the 95 2, 50 | in so far as the body is disposed and enabled with ~promptitude 96 2, 50 | subject requiring to be disposed to something further, but 97 2, 50 | nature to which someone is disposed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[50] A[ 98 2, 50 | which they are ~well or ill disposed in regard to something. ~ 99 2, 50 | man's reason brutes are ~disposed by a sort of custom to do 100 2, 50 | whereby we are well or ill ~disposed in regard to something, 101 2, 50 | anyone should be well or ill disposed to an act of the intellect 102 2, 50 | habit whereby it is well disposed to its act. Now since the 103 2, 50 | habit whereby it is well disposed to ~its act. Moreover, from 104 2, 51 | beginnings. For some are ~disposed from their own bodily temperament 105 2, 51 | and moved by another, is disposed ~by the action of the agent; 106 2, 51 | habits by which man is ~disposed to an end which exceeds 107 2, 51 | with that to which man is ~disposed by them, therefore is it 108 2, 53 | sometimes ~is even wholly disposed to the contrary, and thus 109 2, 55 | to which man needs to be disposed by virtue is God Himself, 110 2, 55 | 14) to Whom the soul is disposed ~by being made like to Him. 111 2, 56 | thereof that man be rightly disposed in regard to the principles 112 2, 56 | to which ~man is rightly disposed by the rectitude of the 113 2, 56 | speculative truth he is rightly disposed by the natural ~light of 114 2, 56 | unless both ~powers be well disposed to the act: for instance, 115 2, 56 | his instrument be well ~disposed to act. Therefore in the 116 2, 56 | which these powers are well disposed to act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 117 2, 57 | done, ~that man be well disposed with regard to the ends: 118 2, 57 | man needs to be rightly disposed by a habit in his reason, 119 2, 58 | that ~his reason be well disposed by means of a habit of intellectual 120 2, 58 | that his appetite be well disposed by means of a habit of moral 121 2, 58 | the instrument be not well disposed also. Hence ~if the sensitive 122 2, 58 | of action, man is rightly disposed ~by the natural understanding 123 2, 58 | man is made to be rightly disposed ~in regard to the universal 124 2, 58 | order that he be ~rightly disposed with regard to the particular 125 2, 62 | perfect, I mean that which is ~disposed according to nature." But 126 2, 63 | disposition in the body, ~some are disposed either well or ill to certain 127 2, 65 | which end ~man is rightly disposed by moral virtue. Hence, 128 2, 65 | these latter make man well disposed ~to certain ends, which 129 2, 65 | necessary ~that man be well disposed towards his ultimate end, 130 2, 65 | charity, than that he be well disposed in respect of other ends, 131 2, 65 | principal agent were well disposed, perfect action would not ~ 132 2, 65 | instrument also were not well disposed. Consequently, in ~order 133 2, 66 | Because one man is better disposed than another to attain ~ 134 2, 66 | in the ~highest degree, disposed to virtue. Because the nature 135 2, 67 | power will be perfectly disposed to obey the reason. But 136 2, 68 | disposition whereby it is disposed to be well moved by its 137 2, 68 | perfections, whereby to be disposed to be moved by God. These 138 2, 68 | because by them man is disposed to become amenable to the 139 2, 68 | perfections of man, ~whereby he is disposed so as to be amenable to 140 2, 68 | the powers of appetite are disposed to obey reason promptly. ~ 141 2, 68 | powers of the appetite are disposed by the moral virtues as 142 2, 68 | the powers of the soul are disposed by the ~gifts as regards 143 2, 68 | thing ~moved requires to be disposed. Therefore the gifts are 144 2, 68 | subordinate to ~his own reason, is disposed to be rightly subordinate 145 2, 69 | gratuity. To the former we ~are disposed - by a virtue, so that we 146 2, 70 | Accordingly man's mind is well disposed in regard to itself when 147 2, 70 | 3/4~Man's mind is well disposed as regards what is near 148 2, 70 | Body Para. 4/4~Man is well disposed in respect of that which 149 2, 71 | whereby the subject ~is well disposed according to the mode of 150 2, 71 | perfect I mean that which is ~disposed according to its nature." 151 2, 71 | consists in its being well disposed according to the mode of 152 2, 71 | consist in its not being disposed in ~a way befitting its 153 2, 71 | thing needs to be well disposed if it has to produce a good 154 2, 71 | consists in its being well disposed in a manner ~befitting its 155 2, 71 | thing ~consists in its being disposed in a manner not befitting 156 2, 71 | consequence, makes man to be well disposed in regard to things ~which 157 2, 74 | that power be inordinately disposed with regard to ~its object. 158 2, 75 | appetite, except perhaps it ~be disposed thereto in a certain way; 159 2, 75 | one sinful act, man ~is disposed to commit more readily another 160 2, 76 | Consequently if ~a man's will be so disposed that he would not be restrained 161 2, 82 | that nature is well or ill disposed to something, chiefly when ~ 162 2, 82 | humors that are inordinately disposed, ~so too original sin denotes 163 2, 84 | condition of ~the sinner, who is disposed so as to have a strong inclination 164 2, 88 | little and little he is disposed to ~fall away together into 165 2, 88 | often venially, he becomes disposed to a mortal sin. ~Secondly, 166 2, 88 | order in lesser matters, is disposed not to ~subject his will 167 2, 95 | OBJ 1: Men who are well disposed are led willingly to virtue 168 2, 95 | but men who are evilly disposed ~are not led to virtue unless 169 2, 98 | was imperfect, and yet ~disposed man to that perfect salvation 170 2, 98 | Jews alone. For the Old Law disposed men for the salvation which 171 2, 98 | Moses. Because the Old Law disposed man for the salvation which 172 2, 99 | 1],2,3) that the Old Law disposed ~men to (the coming of) 173 2, 100 | man to ~be inordinately disposed towards his end, is supremely 174 2, 100 | so far, to wit, as they disposed men to the justifying grace ~ 175 2, 102 | animals, he is all the more ~disposed to take pity on his fellow-men: 176 2, 104 | end, so as to need to be disposed in ~himself with regard 177 2, 105 | of an ~individual can be disposed of according to his will, 178 2, 108 | the mind be inwardly well disposed, man ~should do no good 179 2, 109 | help of medicines is better disposed to health ~than one who 180 2, 110 | and I call perfect what is disposed ~according to its nature." 181 2, 110 | fact that ~everything is disposed with reference to what befits 182 2, 110 | whereby a man is fittingly ~disposed with reference to the nature 183 2, 112 | since a form can only be in ~disposed matter. But if we speak 184 2, 112 | forms necessarily come to disposed matter, much more ~does 185 2, 113 | because that ~subject is not disposed, or because the agent needs 186 2, 113 | immediately the matter is disposed by a ~preceding alteration, 187 2, 113 | atmosphere of itself is disposed to receive light, it is ~ 188 2, 113 | speedily is the matter disposed. Therefore, since the Divine 189 2, 113 | whereby the subject is disposed. And hence the free-will' 190 2, 114 | when a man ~is sufficiently disposed for the increase of grace.~ 191 2, 4 | intellect needs to be well disposed to follow the command of 192 2, 4 | faculty needs to be well disposed in ~order to follow the 193 2, 10 | have once been judged and ~disposed of." Now all matters of 194 2, 19 | universal, ~is not rightly disposed as to his appetitive movement, 195 2, 23 | effect that to which it had disposed, by ~giving the animal or 196 2, 23 | charity, but also by being disposed to that increase.~Aquin.: 197 2, 23 | commit a mortal sin, but is disposed thereto by some previous 198 2, 26 | something for that which disposed us to love it, e.g. we love 199 2, 26 | something else, because we are disposed by certain things to advance 200 2, 28 | 8) that "those who are disposed to contumely ~are pitiless." 201 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 3: Those who are disposed to contumely, whether through 202 2, 28 | so that while they are disposed in that ~way they are pitiless, 203 2, 32 | consists in its being well disposed in accordance with its nature." 204 2, 34 | who are unworthy, ~are so disposed according to God's just 205 2, 36 | OBJ 2: Further, no well disposed man should be pleased that 206 2, 41 | stumble against it, and be disposed to fall down: such an obstacle 207 2, 41 | spiritual way, a man may be ~disposed to a spiritual downfall 208 2, 41 | stumbling ~whereby a person is disposed to a spiritual downfall. 209 2, 47 | consists in a ~man being well disposed to acquire a right opinion 210 2, 49 | Thus if a mirror be well disposed ~the forms of bodies are 211 2, 49 | are, whereas if it ~be ill disposed, the images therein appear 212 2, 49 | cognitive power be well disposed to receive things just as 213 2, 56 | passions whereby man is ~disposed in some way or other in 214 2, 56 | virtuous person being ~well disposed towards another, so that 215 2, 62 | of the beasts, by being disposed of according as he is useful 216 2, 63 | the human body is to be disposed of according as it is expedient 217 2, 81 | impetrate that which God has disposed to be fulfilled by our prayers 218 2, 81 | Almighty God ~from eternity has disposed to give," as Gregory says ( 219 2, 86 | vow, in those who are well disposed, in so far as it ~strengthens 220 2, 93 | actions are for ~the most part disposed in accordance with the inclination 221 2, 93 | into the lap, but they are disposed of by the ~Lord": sortilege 222 2, 94 | actions and occurrences are disposed by divine ~providence in 223 2, 106 | which a man is sufficiently disposed by the other virtues. Now 224 2, 106 | Now man is ~sufficiently disposed by the virtues of fortitude 225 2, 107 | is necessary that man be disposed thereto by a special ~virtue. 226 2, 115 | the heart of the giver ~is disposed according to the passions 227 2, 117 | sometimes through ~being so disposed as not to care about riches, 228 2, 123 | other temporal evil is so disposed as to ~do what is forbidden, 229 2, 127 | magnanimity, whereby he is disposed to practice that act if ~ 230 2, 127 | those who are naturally disposed to magnanimity these ~conditions 231 2, 142 | shamefaced. Yet they are so disposed, that if there were anything ~ 232 2, 150 | Now Abraham had a mind so disposed, that ~he was prepared to 233 2, 154 | by bodily temperament is disposed to anger is more readily 234 2, 154 | readily angry than one ~who is disposed to concupiscence is liable 235 2, 154 | children of those who are disposed to ~anger are themselves 236 2, 154 | to ~anger are themselves disposed to anger, than that the 237 2, 154 | children of those ~who are disposed to concupiscence are also 238 2, 154 | to concupiscence are also disposed to concupiscence. Now ~that 239 2, 159 | to be easily moved, and disposed to laughter"; the fourth ~ 240 2, 160 | to be easily moved and ~disposed to laughter," to which is 241 2, 162 | Divine providence has so disposed ~that these penalties are 242 2, 169 | causes or human acts, are so disposed as to lead to such a ~result. 243 2, 170 | especially in ~waking, is more disposed according to reason than 244 2, 181 | position, ~whereby a thing is disposed with a certain immobility 245 2, 181 | other ~intermediate members disposed in becoming order; and this 246 2, 184 | things whereby a ~man is disposed to keep the chief precepts 247 3, 5 | necessary that a better ~disposed body should correspond to 248 3, 6 | agent of infinite might, disposed the matter and ~brought 249 3, 7 | mode, inasmuch as one is disposed to ~good in a higher way 250 3, 9 | perfection; thus matter is disposed by heat to receive the form 251 3, 27 | when matter is perfectly disposed for the form. ~Secondly, 252 3, 27 | perfect than that which disposed to the form of fire. Thirdly, 253 3, 33 | successively formed and disposed for the ~soul: whence, first, 254 3, 33 | first, as being imperfectly disposed, it receives an ~imperfect 255 3, 33 | afterwards, when it is perfectly disposed, it ~receives a perfect 256 3, 33 | the agent, was perfectly disposed instantaneously. Wherefore, 257 3, 46 | the body suffered and was ~disposed to separate from the soul, 258 3, 51 | dissolve into dust, and are ~disposed towards putrefaction, because 259 3, 54 | resists touch, and yet is not ~disposed according to the qualities 260 3, 55 | according as they are ~variously disposed. For, those who have minds 261 3, 55 | those who have minds well disposed, perceive ~Divine things 262 3, 55 | rightly, whereas those not so disposed perceive them with a ~certain 263 3, 55 | shape to ~some who were well disposed to belief, while He appeared 264 3, 55 | because their hearts were not disposed so as to ~accept readily 265 3, 64 | a sinner, he is thereby disposed to ~holiness. On the other 266 3, 69 | all children are equally disposed to Baptism, because ~they 267 3, 69 | own faith, are not equally disposed to Baptism; for some ~approach 268 3, 71 | save into matter already disposed. It would follow, ~therefore, 269 3, 73 | reality. ~But they are not disposed for Baptism by any previous 270 3, 75 | there is ~no subject to be disposed successively. Thirdly, because 271 3, 78 | disposal of a heritage. But God disposed ~of a heavenly heritage 272 3, 79 | effect in them who are ~not disposed towards it as they should 273 3, 80 | find themselves properly disposed. Hence it is said in De ~ 274 3, 83 | been put in by some ~evilly disposed person in order to kill 275 3, 84 | In his heart he hath ~disposed to ascend by steps, in the 276 Suppl, 2 | hard thing is one that is disposed not to give way ~easily, 277 Suppl, 3 | even a man, who is well disposed, sometimes feels a ~greater 278 Suppl, 3 | contrite should be thus ~disposed, yet he should not be questioned 279 Suppl, 13| just as one man is not ~disposed thereto by another's act, 280 Suppl, 14| as he finds him better disposed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 281 Suppl, 18| adults, who need to be disposed for the reception of the 282 Suppl, 18| for they require to be disposed by the ~removal of insincerity. 283 Suppl, 18| unless the recipient be disposed either simultaneously or 284 Suppl, 18| absolution, were not perfectly disposed for the ~reception of grace, 285 Suppl, 22| prayers, by which he is disposed for grace or preserved therein. ~ 286 Suppl, 25| gains an indulgence is ~disposed to grace through the love 287 Suppl, 41| blessings, so ~as to be disposed to act in like manner with 288 Suppl, 71| recipient, and each one is ~disposed by his own and not by another' 289 Suppl, 71| not by another's actions - disposed, that is to ~say, by being 290 Suppl, 71| way profit another, who is disposed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 291 Suppl, 71| to life, they were to be disposed of otherwise.~Aquin.: SMT 292 Suppl, 78| be restored are equally disposed to receive the action of 293 Suppl, 79| when ~namely the organ is disposed by the same natural quality 294 Suppl, 82| as they ~are differently disposed thereto by their nature. 295 Suppl, 82| body are not differently disposed in their regard.~Aquin.: 296 Suppl, 88| dispositions, unless it be itself disposed ~differently. But things 297 Suppl, 91| when the sense is most ~disposed with reference to the most 298 Suppl, 94| hell ~the place must be so disposed for seeing as regards light 299 Suppl, 96| flesh through ~frailty are disposed to repentance by works of 300 Suppl, 96| that is to say, he will be disposed by those works ~not to perish,


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