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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | known by men who are to ~direct their thoughts and actions 2 1, 7 | natural movement; neither direct, because nothing moves naturally 3 1, 7 | nothing moves naturally by ~a direct movement unless it is out 4 1, 20 | not, and to this end we ~direct our actions: whereas the 5 1, 22 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 12), to direct other ~things towards an 6 1, 22 | appertains to every cause to direct its effect to good; wherefore 7 1, 23 | belongs to providence to direct things towards their end, 8 1, 23 | predestination. For to destine, is to direct or send. ~Thus it is clear 9 1, 25 | understood in two ways: one, in ~direct connection with the verb " 10 1, 36 | through" sometimes denotes direct ~authority, as when we say, 11 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 4: Evil has no direct cause, but only an accidental 12 1, 49 | cause is subsequent to the ~direct cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 13 1, 70 | bodies are moved by the direct influence and ~contact of 14 1, 77 | powers; wherefore they direct them and command them. Likewise 15 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 4: Evil has no direct cause, but only an accidental 16 1, 50 | cause is subsequent to the ~direct cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 71 | bodies are moved by the direct influence and ~contact of 18 1, 76 | powers; wherefore they direct them and command them. Likewise 19 1, 91 | so powerful that ~He can direct any evil to a good end.~ 20 1, 93 | Moreover, in order to ~direct his own life and that of 21 1, 93 | truths of faith in order to ~direct our own lives. Wherefore 22 1, 97 | For that seems to be the direct purpose of nature, which 23 1, 97 | individuals should be the direct purpose ~of nature, or rather 24 1, 100 | sufficient knowledge to direct them ~to deeds of righteousness, 25 1, 103 | becoming," but he is not the direct cause of its ~"being." For 26 1, 103 | 1: Non-existence has no direct cause; for nothing is a 27 1, 106 | concept within, or can ~direct it externally. In this way 28 1, 108 | enlightenment, forasmuch as they ~direct it to God; but it is not 29 1, 108 | demons, for these do not direct it to God; but to the fulfilment 30 1, 113 | thing is said to be the direct cause of something, when 31 2, 2 | is that which is not a ~direct help to nature, as money, 32 2, 12 | because, when we pray, we direct our intention to God, which 33 2, 12 | reason ~can at the same time direct one thing to two ends: so 34 2, 12 | cannot at the same time ~direct his attention to God and 35 2, 13 | endowed ~with reason to direct its course. The same may 36 2, 13 | but of some other power to direct aright ~those things which 37 2, 15 | as ~it were, it acquires direct knowledge of the thing to 38 2, 16 | belongs to ~compare and to direct. Therefore use is an act 39 2, 16 | part of use: because to direct one thing to another is ~ 40 2, 17 | is nothing else than to direct someone to do ~something, 41 2, 17 | motion of intimation. Now to direct is the proper ~act of reason. 42 2, 17 | it is not competent to ~direct. Consequently there is no 43 2, 17 | and they themselves do not direct themselves to act. ~Consequently 44 2, 17 | evident that the reason can direct the act of the will: for 45 2, 17 | will something, so it can direct by ~commanding man to will. 46 2, 17 | other powers, so can it direct its own act. Consequently 47 2, 18 | belongs to the ~reason to direct; if an action that proceeds 48 2, 18 | good of virtue, provided he direct his body ~itself to the 49 2, 18 | But since the reason ~can direct as to place, time, and the 50 2, 25 | of an obstacle is not a direct but an ~accidental mover: 51 2, 32 | operation is not ~the proper and direct cause of pleasure.~Aquin.: 52 2, 53 | cannot be corrupted by a direct ~movement of the soul itself, 53 2, 55 | to its own kind, even in direct opposition to ~reason, or 54 2, 56 | virtues as ~those which direct man's affections to God 55 2, 59 | external acts, so does it direct the sensitive ~appetite 56 2, 60 | intellectual virtue to direct all moral acts, viz. prudence. 57 2, 60 | there is but one virtue to direct all such matters, ~viz. 58 2, 62 | so called because they ~direct us to God, Who is the first 59 2, 62 | of theological virtue, to direct the reason and will to God.~ 60 2, 62 | capacity, do not suffice to direct man to this same happiness. 61 2, 62 | is God, inasmuch as ~they direct us aright to God: secondly, 62 2, 62 | virtues are those which direct us to ~God. Now, among the 63 2, 62 | the theological virtues direct man's soul to God. Now ~ 64 2, 62 | the theological virtues direct ~man to supernatural happiness 65 2, 62 | something supernatural to direct him to a ~supernatural end. 66 2, 63 | theological virtues suffice to direct us to ~supernatural good. 67 2, 63 | The theological virtues direct us sufficiently to our ~ 68 2, 64 | virtue ~is that it should direct man to good. Now moral virtue 69 2, 65 | which inclination ~is the direct outcome of moral virtue, 70 2, 65 | virtues simply: since they ~direct man well to the ultimate 71 2, 65 | but not ~simply: for they direct man well in respect of the 72 2, 66 | the nature of virtue to direct man to ~happiness: because 73 2, 68 | virtues, more than any, direct us to ~God. Since, then, 74 2, 68 | wisdom is added in order to direct understanding; ~counsel, 75 2, 68 | understanding; ~counsel, to direct fortitude; knowledge, to 76 2, 68 | fortitude; knowledge, to direct piety. Therefore, some ~ 77 2, 69 | acts of those gifts ~which direct man in the active life, 78 2, 70 | virtues and gifts must needs direct the mind in one of the ~ 79 2, 73 | observed. The first is the direct and proper cause of sin, 80 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 3: Reason should direct the action not only as regards 81 2, 73 | because then the harm is the direct object of the sin. Sometimes 82 2, 73 | secondly, because murder is the direct and sufficient cause of ~ 83 2, 74 | very fact ~that it fails to direct the human act according 84 2, 74 | considering the eternal law, can ~direct or restrain the internal 85 2, 74 | delectation, even as it can direct or ~restrain the external 86 2, 75 | is ~an act, it can have a direct cause, even as any other 87 2, 75 | cause is reducible to ~the direct cause. Since then sin, on 88 2, 75 | on the part of the act, a direct ~efficient cause, it follows 89 2, 75 | stated above (A[1]), the direct cause of sin must be ~considered 90 2, 76 | moving ~cause is twofold, direct and indirect. A direct cause 91 2, 76 | direct and indirect. A direct cause is one that moves ~ 92 2, 76 | Non-being cannot be the direct cause of anything: but it ~ 93 2, 77 | sensitive appetite is not the ~direct object of the will, yet 94 2, 77 | A[1]), the proper and direct ~cause of sin is to be considered 95 2, 77 | accidental cause, but of its ~direct cause. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 96 2, 77 | whose function it is also to direct towards the ~end. Therefore 97 2, 79 | more, therefore, does He direct to some good, the evil of ~ 98 2, 80 | ways can anything be the direct cause of sin, because the ~ 99 2, 80 | He is not, however, the direct cause of ~all the sins of 100 2, 84 | a head, and even men who direct and ~govern others are called 101 2, 88 | genus; for example, if a man direct an idle word to the commission 102 2, 88 | in ~that venial sin, or direct it to some mortal sin as 103 2, 89 | himself. And if he then direct himself to the due end, 104 2, 89 | whereas if he does ~not then direct himself to the due end, 105 2, 89 | think ~of himself, and to direct other things to himself 106 2, 90 | belongs to the reason to direct to the end, which is the 107 2, 91 | not ~sufficiently curb and direct interior acts; and it was 108 2, 91 | it belongs to the law to direct human acts according to 109 2, 91 | things), by reason of a direct ~inclination. But in man, 110 2, 93 | 2]. But law ~is said to direct human acts by ordaining 111 2, 93 | but as being unable to direct them. And many things are ~ 112 2, 93 | which human law is unable to direct, because ~more things are 113 2, 93 | meddle with matters it cannot direct, comes ~under the ordination 114 2, 95 | the notion of human law to direct human actions. ~In this 115 2, 96 | human law is competent to direct all acts of virtue?~(4) 116 2, 99 | instituted ~chiefly in order to direct men to God; while human 117 2, 99 | instituted ~chiefly in order to direct men in relation to one another. 118 2, 99 | belongs to the Divine law ~to direct men to one another and to 119 2, 100 | belongs to Divine law to direct all the acts of virtue.~ 120 2, 100 | himself, but only such as ~direct him in his relations to 121 2, 100 | the precepts of human law ~direct man in his relations to 122 2, 100 | precepts of ~the Divine law direct man in his relations to 123 2, 100 | The three precepts that direct man in his behavior towards 124 2, 100 | decalogue, first of all, to direct man ~to God; since the contrary 125 2, 100 | As to the precepts that direct man in his behavior towards 126 2, 100 | among those precepts that direct man in ~his relations to 127 2, 100 | the affirmative precepts direct man to acts of ~virtue, 128 2, 100 | Generally speaking, men direct their actions to some point ~ 129 2, 100 | of the first table, which direct ~us to God, contain the 130 2, 100 | be lawful for him ~not to direct himself to God, or not to 131 2, 100 | since those virtues which direct our ~conduct towards others 132 2, 101 | rules of salvation, which direct man to God: and ~accordingly 133 2, 102 | stimulated. Now in ~order to direct his mind to God aright, 134 2, 102 | its first principle, and direct it to God as ~its last end. 135 2, 104 | there are many things that direct man as ~to his neighbor, 136 2, 104 | many moral ~precepts which direct man as to his neighbor: 137 2, 104 | of those precepts which ~direct man in his relations to 138 2, 104 | in those precepts which direct us to God, some are ~moral 139 2, 104 | judicial precepts which ~direct us in relation to our neighbor 140 2, 104 | Because the judicial precepts direct men in ~their relations 141 2, 106 | those ~commandments which direct human affections and human 142 2, 108 | and to each ~superior, to direct his subjects in such matters 143 2, 109 | an end, every cause must direct is effect to its end, and 144 2, 2 | which is the proper and direct object ~of that virtue, 145 2, 2 | terminate in its ~proper and direct object: but, on the other 146 2, 2 | relation to the proper and ~direct object of that virtue, except 147 2, 2 | therefore, say that the direct object of faith is that ~ 148 2, 2 | because it is the proper and direct object of ~obedience. But 149 2, 2 | consequent to that ~proper and direct object.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 150 2, 3 | removes an obstacle is not a direct, but an ~indirect, cause, 151 2, 3 | shame, is not the proper and direct cause of confession, but 152 2, 8 | those things which are the direct object of faith: ~although 153 2, 8 | those things which are the direct ~object of faith.~Aquin.: 154 2, 10 | light of natural reason can direct the intention ~in respect 155 2, 23 | diminished, if we ~speak of direct causality, yet whatever 156 2, 25 | that he may first of all direct his ~mind to God, and this 157 2, 34 | former contrariety is more ~direct than the latter. Now pity 158 2, 35 | movements are said to be direct when they are according 159 2, 35 | was accidental and ~not direct: because each intended some 160 2, 36 | reason why the "per se" and direct ~effects of pride or vainglory, 161 2, 39 | or vainglory, are not the direct but the occasional cause 162 2, 41 | Para. 3/3~Active scandal is direct when a man intends, by his 163 2, 41 | But in the ~case of active direct scandal, as when a person 164 2, 41 | belongs to the perfect to direct all their actions ~according 165 2, 42 | the precepts of the Law direct us, the end has the ~character 166 2, 42 | Accordingly we are commanded to direct our whole ~intention to 167 2, 42 | precepts are given in order to direct man in the way of ~salvation, 168 2, 42 | eyes." Now it is useless to direct anyone to ~what is impossible. 169 2, 43 | with Him, it is able to direct us not only in ~contemplation 170 2, 43 | rules (by being able ~to direct not only themselves but 171 2, 43 | who are in authority to ~direct and judge other men, yet 172 2, 43 | every man is competent to direct and ~judge his own actions, 173 2, 45 | nature of a virtue since they direct man to good materially, 174 2, 47 | to prudence chiefly to ~direct something aright to an end; 175 2, 48 | each ~individual person can direct himself sufficiently by 176 2, 48 | in them, so that they may direct themselves in ~obeying their 177 2, 50 | properly to prudence to direct, as stated ~above (Q[47], 178 2, 50 | Holy Ghost, ~is enabled to direct itself and others.~Aquin.: 179 2, 55 | with the other ~virtues, to direct man in his relations with 180 2, 56 | justice that man should direct to the service of God his ~ 181 2, 56 | belongs to the reason to direct one thing in relation to 182 2, 56 | virtue, ~whether such virtue direct man in relation to himself, 183 2, 56 | it belongs to the law to ~direct to the common good, as stated 184 2, 56 | needs some higher virtue to direct it to that end. ~Consequently 185 2, 56 | need for other virtues to ~direct him immediately in matters 186 2, 56 | for ~particular virtues to direct man in relation to himself, 187 2, 56 | for ~particular justice to direct man in his relations to 188 2, 56 | Legal justice does indeed direct man sufficiently in his ~ 189 2, 56 | for particular justice to direct a man ~immediately to the 190 2, 57 | species and name from its direct and not from its ~indirect 191 2, 57 | things directed to an end the direct is that ~which is intended, 192 2, 57 | injustice itself is the direct object of one's complacency. 193 2, 57 | specified by its object in its direct and formal ~acceptation, 194 2, 59 | belongs to legal justice to direct to the common good those 195 2, 59 | to ~particular justice to direct the common good to particular 196 2, 67 | people as ~human law has to direct. That a man is sometimes 197 2, 67 | of the wise man does not direct that one should ~deliver 198 2, 69 | monastery, if the abbot direct them to do so.~Aquin.: SMT 199 2, 79 | seem that religion does not direct man to God alone. It ~is 200 2, 80 | 1/1~I answer that, The direct and principal effect of 201 2, 80 | surrendering itself to God, and the direct result ~of this consideration 202 2, 80 | evident that the first ~and direct effect of devotion is joy, 203 2, 81 | is beatitude, whereas the direct object of the petition of 204 2, 86 | which faculty it belongs to direct. For just ~as a man by commanding 205 2, 86 | abstinence from food may be a direct source of danger to the ~ 206 2, 87 | oath: because by a ~vow we direct something to the honor of 207 2, 87 | swears: he does not, however, direct his oath ~to the reverence 208 2, 93 | heavenly bodies to make a direct ~impression on the intellect 209 2, 93 | heavenly bodies cannot be the direct cause of the free-will's ~ 210 2, 98 | cannot be the matter of a direct sale, nor can it ~be granted " 211 2, 102 | theological virtue, for its direct ~object is not God, but 212 2, 109 | another way indirectly. ~Its direct opposition or contrariety 213 2, 109 | not, ~on that account, a direct opposition to that virtue.~ 214 2, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The direct opposition of virtues to 215 2, 120 | precepts of the Law, they direct man to his ~parents rather 216 2, 120 | bounds of sensuality. The direct object of their prohibition 217 2, 121 | virtue is good. But the direct object of ~fortitude is 218 2, 122 | cannot be said to be ~the direct cause of martyrdom. Yet, 219 2, 125 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as the direct opposition of a vice does 220 2, 132 | perfect, do something great, ~direct their principal intention, 221 2, 145 | and much more does reason direct this to ~the avoidance of 222 2, 146 | powerful, unless it ~be a direct cause: and gluttony is not 223 2, 146 | and gluttony is not the direct cause but the ~accidental 224 2, 148 | But slavery was not ~the direct punishment of drunkenness.~ 225 2, 150 | contrary, No sin is a matter of direct counsel. But virginity is ~ 226 2, 150 | virginity is ~a matter of direct counsel: for it is written ( 227 2, 151 | obstacle thereto, not ~as its direct cause; whereas this is seemingly 228 2, 154 | Things are ascribed to their direct causes rather than to ~those 229 2, 154 | this it follows that the direct cause of incontinence is 230 2, 155 | prudence and justice, which direct one to good ~simply, are 231 2, 160 | two ways. In one way by ~direct contrariety to a virtue, 232 2, 160 | virtue, not as from its direct cause, but ~as from an accidental 233 2, 166 | agent in choosing should "direct his action to something 234 2, 166 | exceed in play, since ~they direct their whole life to playing. 235 2, 168 | themselves they have no direct connection with the love 236 2, 171 | Jer. 1:13) - or by the direct impression of intelligible ~ 237 2, 172 | thus science based on direct [*"Propter quid"] proofs 238 2, 178 | course whatever things are direct," i.e. in keeping with ~ 239 2, 178 | the dispositions of the direct order. Whereas he ascribes 240 2, 179 | moral virtues, for ~one to direct one's neighbor to good by 241 2, 180 | belongs to the active life ~to direct and command the contemplative, 242 2, 181 | The upright are ~those who direct their heart according to 243 2, 183 | office of government in direct ~opposition to the appointment 244 2, 186 | religious orders says: ~"Some direct their intention exclusively 245 2, 187 | mysteries, and these are the ~direct object of the orders of 246 3, 13 | e.g. to rule the body and direct ~human acts, and also, by 247 3, 29 | miracles wrought by God are the direct object of ~faith; such are 248 3, 36 | His birth ~known. For "a direct cause is always of greater 249 3, 57 | 4/4~Thirdly, in order to direct the fervor of our charity 250 3, 57 | Christ's Ascension is the direct cause of our ~ascension, 251 3, 60 | effect being the primary and direct object of man's knowledge ( 252 3, 61 | fact that man is prone to direct his ~activity chiefly towards 253 3, 69 | Baptism, but Baptism as the direct efficient cause, Penance 254 3, 85 | term, ~because they all direct man to do good; whereas 255 3, 85 | whereas penance seems to direct ~him to withdraw from evil. 256 Suppl, 34| Further, all the sacraments direct us to an eternal reward. 257 Suppl, 34| fact that they give grace, direct the ~recipient to salvation, 258 Suppl, 34| properly speaking they do not direct him to a ~reward, in the 259 Suppl, 38| is not thereby placed in direct relation to God, but to ~ 260 Suppl, 45| persons consenting. Nor is the direct object of consent a ~husband 261 Suppl, 48| marry, although he fail to direct it to the end which the 262 Suppl, 49| things in which the virtues direct us.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] 263 Suppl, 55| carnal procreation has a direct relation to consanguinity, ~ 264 Suppl, 55| Wherefore affinity has ~no direct degrees, but derives them 265 Suppl, 73| likened to its effect, is the direct ~principle of the action 266 Suppl, 80| common principles implies a direct ~contradiction - or contrary 267 Suppl, 89| sensibles, and yet they are direct objects of sense.~Aquin.: 268 Suppl, 89| and the like which are the direct object of the ~intellect' 269 Suppl, 89| essence as an object of direct ~vision; yet it will see 270 Suppl, 91| deliverance will be the ~direct cause of the joy of the


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