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209 97
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lead

    Part, Question
1 1, 14 | essence cannot ~sufficiently lead us to the knowledge of the 2 1, 18 | Hence some are said to lead to life of self-indulgence, ~ 3 1, 24 | inscription of those ~things which lead us to life may be called 4 1, 29 | profane, for it does not lead us astray ~from the sense 5 1, 32 | creatures. Now creatures lead us to the knowledge of God, 6 1, 46 | text 15). But it does not lead to a necessary conclusion, 7 1, 51 | properties of such men would lead us to men, ~and not to angels.~ 8 1, 56 | cause and effect does not lead one angel to ~know another, 9 1, 62 | to which he intends to lead the movable subject; ~because 10 1, 63 | fettering his mind, ~so as to lead him to choose what was impossible 11 1, 65 | withdraw us from God, but ~lead us to Him; for "the invisible 12 1, 65 | from Him, for they cannot lead the foolish ~away from God 13 1, 68 | considered superficially, might lead ~to the adoption of a theory 14 1, 47 | text 15). But it does not lead to a necessary conclusion, 15 1, 52 | properties of such men would lead us to men, ~and not to angels.~ 16 1, 57 | cause and effect does not lead one angel to ~know another, 17 1, 63 | to which he intends to lead the movable subject; ~because 18 1, 64 | fettering his mind, ~so as to lead him to choose what was impossible 19 1, 66 | withdraw us from God, but ~lead us to Him; for "the invisible 20 1, 66 | from Him, for they cannot lead the foolish ~away from God 21 1, 69 | considered superficially, might lead ~to the adoption of a theory 22 1, 84 | untrue, because it would lead to the opinion of the ancients 23 1, 89 | that the higher ~things lead forward the inferior - all 24 1, 93 | itself, is not ~sufficient to lead it to the knowledge of an 25 1, 93 | does the ~third movement lead to perfect knowledge: for 26 1, 102 | things into existence, so to lead them to their ~end: and 27 1, 105 | nearer to God, so as to lead its ~inferiors upwards by 28 1, 107 | sacred order." For those who lead others, being first among 29 1, 107 | Further, as the good angels lead on to good, so do the demons 30 1, 108 | demon's perversity does not lead one to order another to 31 1, 108 | another to God, but rather ~to lead away from the Divine order; 32 1, 113 | 1/1~Whether demons can lead men astray by means of real 33 1, 113 | seem that the demons cannot lead men astray by means of ~ 34 1, 113 | real prodigies, they will lead ~those into falsehood who 35 1, 114 | reasons. Firstly, in order to lead man into the error of ~believing 36 1, 118 | radical humor"; just as lead or tin is ~mixed with silver 37 2, 3 | knowledge of sensibles ~can lead. Now man's final happiness, 38 2, 6 | 24) that "voluntary acts ~lead to praise and blame." But 39 2, 24 | evil. But these ~passions lead to sin: wherefore they are 40 2, 30 | spiritual good, following the lead of ~the higher appetite, 41 2, 35 | sorrows of the ~present life lead us to the comfort of the 42 2, 45 | as fear does not always lead to ~despair, but only when 43 2, 45 | so hope does not always lead to ~daring, save only when 44 2, 57 | not a virtue necessary to lead a ~good life. For as art 45 2, 57 | necessary to man in order to ~lead a good life, after he has 46 2, 57 | need prudence in ~order to lead a good life, but it is enough 47 2, 57 | is a virtue necessary to lead a good life.~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 57 | necessary to man, that he may lead a good life, and not merely 49 2, 57 | required ~in order that he may lead a good life.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 63 | Further, actions which lead toward virtue, lack the 51 2, 65 | it is "by them" that "we lead a good life," as Augustine 52 2, 68 | of the mind, whereby we lead a good life," etc. ~[*Cf. 53 2, 68 | those temptations which lead to the sins that are ~contrary 54 2, 68 | explain the words, "whereby we lead a good life" ~as referring 55 2, 68 | Thy good Spirit ~shall lead me into the right land," 56 2, 75 | motive causes of sin ~do not lead to sin sufficiently and 57 2, 89 | which many venial sins ~lead to mortal sin dispositively: 58 2, 89 | become used to them, so as to lead him on to mortal sin. ~Consequently 59 2, 90 | intention ~of the lawgiver is to lead men to virtue." But every 60 2, 90 | virtue." But every man can lead another ~to virtue. Therefore 61 2, 90 | A private person cannot lead another to virtue ~efficaciously: 62 2, 92 | proper effect ~of law is to lead its subjects to their proper 63 2, 92 | is proper to reason to lead from one thing to another. 64 2, 95 | lest by its obscurity it lead to misunderstanding; framed 65 2, 96 | purpose of human law is to lead men to virtue, not ~suddenly, 66 2, 99 | concerning ~the life we have to lead, and precepts regarding 67 2, 99 | precepts of the life we have to lead are moral ~precepts; and 68 2, 99 | of the ~life we have to lead.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 69 2, 100 | opposite does not always lead to the ~affirmation of the 70 2, 100 | the ~first place, is to lead men to something by the 71 2, 102 | any other indeed, should lead ~man to the worship of God. 72 2, 102 | rational. Fourthly, they had to lead a godly life by ~performing 73 2, 103 | of the apostles did not lead men into sin. ~But it was 74 2, 105 | any away, lest this should lead to the ~infliction of a 75 2, 107 | under the New Testament, to lead to virtuous action ~by the 76 2, 109 | ought to say the prayer 'Lead us not into temptation' ( 77 2, 109 | as sons of God, to say: "Lead ~us not into temptation," 78 2, 111 | since grace is ordained to lead men to God, this takes place 79 2, 114 | everlasting, but so as to lead others to it, ~inasmuch 80 2, 2 | aspect, they do not all alike lead man to beatitude: ~hence 81 2, 4 | Reply OBJ 2: Hope cannot lead to faith absolutely. For 82 2, 4 | sense that hope is said to ~lead to faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 83 2, 7 | it, ~but when mixed with lead or tin. Now it is evident 84 2, 10 | communicating with unbelievers will lead to the conversion of the 85 2, 11 | about matters of faith may lead to ~corruption of the faith; 86 2, 16 | to an infinite power to lead anyone to an infinite good. 87 2, 18 | of which ~alike however lead man away from God.~Aquin.: 88 2, 18 | because that which fear ~will lead us to, will be everlasting."~ 89 2, 19 | horror of one's ~own sins may lead to despair, in so far as 90 2, 26 | Reply OBJ 3: Hope and fear lead to charity by way of a certain ~ 91 2, 30 | of sickness, so that to lead the blind, and to support ~ 92 2, 33 | sometimes with men who lead others to spiritual goods, 93 2, 37 | of Christ's faithful to lead back those ~who have gone 94 2, 41 | his evil word or deed, to lead another man into sin, or, 95 2, 41 | is of such a nature as to lead ~another into sin: for instance, 96 2, 41 | when he neither intends to ~lead him into sin, nor does what 97 2, 41 | does what is of a nature to lead him into sin, and ~yet this 98 2, 41 | It may be a venial sin to lead a person into venial ~sin: 99 2, 41 | when a person intends to lead another ~into sin, if he 100 2, 41 | into sin, if he intends to lead him into mortal sin, his 101 2, 41 | mortal sin ~himself, to lead another into venial sin; 102 2, 41 | committing a venial sin, to lead another into venial sin, 103 2, 51 | so much the ~more as they lead us away from reason.~ 104 2, 57 | contempt of the common good may lead to all kinds of ~sin. Thus 105 2, 67 | deny the truth which would lead to ~one's condemnation?~( 106 2, 67 | deny the truth which would lead to ~one's condemnation?~ 107 2, 67 | deny the truth which ~would lead to one's condemnation. For 108 2, 67 | may not resist those who lead him to ~death, in order 109 2, 72 | simply, for such things lead to the loss or ~depreciation 110 2, 79 | silver by being mixed with ~lead. Now in order for the mind 111 2, 81 | and again in ~Ps. 118:35, "Lead me into the path of Thy 112 2, 81 | refer when we say: "And lead us not into ~temptation," 113 2, 86 | unless the deliberation lead to a promise.~Aquin.: SMT 114 2, 87 | lest, to wit, swearing lead us to swear easily and from 115 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 2: An oath may lead to an evil result in two 116 2, 87 | because such an oath would lead to evil results since it 117 2, 93 | shapes resulting from molten lead poured into water; or by 118 2, 93 | to believe him, and so to lead ~him on to something prejudicial 119 2, 96 | but it is not lawful to lead anyone to do evil. Consequently ~ 120 2, 103 | contempt of those goods which lead directly to repentance ~ 121 2, 120 | ox or his ass . . . and lead them ~to water?" Therefore 122 2, 121 | are mostly feared which lead to death, and it is against ~ 123 2, 121 | the passions, lest they lead man away from reason's good. 124 2, 134 | check on the things which lead man away from good: and 125 2, 152 | concupiscence so far as to lead to injustice, is thereby 126 2, 152 | gives an alms, in order to lead someone into heresy, sins 127 2, 153 | 2). Now other passions ~lead men astray from right reason 128 2, 160 | Consequently whatsoever things lead a man to inordinate ~self-esteem 129 2, 160 | inordinate ~self-esteem lead him to pride: and one of 130 2, 160 | Just as in syllogisms that lead to an impossible conclusion ~ 131 2, 163 | praise, if he were able to lead a good life simply because 132 2, 163 | none to persuade him to lead an evil life; since both 133 2, 169 | Lest, however, this should lead to error, "they are very 134 2, 169 | acts, are so disposed as to lead to such a ~result. In this 135 2, 178 | certain principles that lead to the ~contemplation of 136 2, 182 | it is more difficult to lead a good life in the ~office 137 2, 182 | it is more difficult to lead a good life together with 138 2, 182 | of virtue in those ~who lead a good life, as stated above ( 139 2, 184 | religious life that they lead, those who are in the state 140 2, 184 | contemplation of God will begin to lead him to all the ~virtues." 141 2, 184 | is false, since some who lead a secular life fulfil some 142 2, 184 | there are some religious who lead a ~married life. Therefore 143 2, 184 | all; since some religious lead a solitary life, and have 144 2, 186 | Further, anything that may lead to confusion should be removed ~ 145 2, 186 | of religious orders would lead to confusion, if different ~ 146 2, 186 | feared lest this should lead him to have excessive wealth, 147 2, 186 | than that of those who lead a solitary life?~Aquin.: 148 2, 186 | perfect than that of those who lead a solitary life. ~For it 149 2, 186 | than that ~of those who lead a solitary life.~Aquin.: 150 2, 186 | a bushel." Now those who lead a ~solitary life are seemingly 151 2, 186 | Therefore it would seem ~that to lead a solitary life is not more 152 2, 186 | not more perfect than to lead a community ~life.~Aquin.: 153 2, 186 | Osee 2:14, "I . . . will lead her into solitude [Douay: ' 154 2, 186 | Nevertheless, those who lead a solitary life are most ~ 155 2, 186 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: A man may lead a solitary life for two 156 3, 4 | than for one natural Son to lead many to ~the adoption of 157 3, 8 | belongs to a governor to ~lead those whom he governs to 158 3, 8 | beginning he ~has endeavored to lead man from obeying the Divine 159 3, 16 | says, "words spoken ~amiss lead to heresy"; hence with us 160 3, 30 | Thirdly, he purposed to lead her mind to consent. This 161 3, 38 | it was in his province to lead men, both by word and ~deed, 162 3, 39 | order by His example to lead us to baptism. And so, in 163 3, 39 | in order that He ~might lead us thereto more efficaciously, 164 3, 39 | baptized in order that He might lead others to baptism by His ~ 165 3, 39 | the properties of a thing lead us to a knowledge of that ~ 166 3, 39 | The properties of the dove lead us to understand the dove' 167 3, 40 | it behooved Christ to ~lead a most perfect life. But 168 3, 40 | according to Osee 2:14: "I will lead ~her into the wilderness, 169 3, 40 | becoming that Christ should lead an austere life in this ~ 170 3, 40 | becoming that Christ should lead an ~austere life in this 171 3, 40 | Incarnation that Christ should not lead a solitary life, but should ~ 172 3, 40 | was fitting for Christ to lead a life of poverty in ~this 173 3, 40 | ass from the manger, and lead them to water?" And farther 174 3, 41 | thither did His Spirit lead Him, where the wicked spirit 175 3, 41 | take such ~steps as will lead them into temptation. And 176 3, 41 | Further, one temptation should lead to one sin. But in the ~ 177 3, 41 | sins, so as gradually to lead him to those of greater ~ 178 3, 41 | preceding temptations tried to lead ~[Christ] from the desire 179 3, 41 | desire of food he tried to lead Him to the vanity of the ~ 180 3, 42 | blind; and if the blind lead the blind, ~both fall into 181 3, 46 | thief upon ~the cross, and lead him into paradise, was no 182 3, 50 | But one opposite does not ~lead to another. Therefore it 183 3, 50 | opposite does not of itself lead to the other, yet it ~does 184 3, 60 | not such as ~to be able to lead us to the knowledge of something 185 3, 64 | passes, be of silver or lead. Therefore the ministers ~ 186 3, 66 | old life, and begins to lead the new life. Whence it 187 3, 68 | his own will, intend to lead a new life, the ~beginning 188 3, 74 | destruction." But it would ~lead to mockery of this sacrament 189 3, 79 | whereby he is enabled to lead the ~spiritual life. It 190 3, 87 | certain that man cannot lead ~the present life without 191 Suppl, 1 | without which, fear might lead to despair.~Aquin.: SMT 192 Suppl, 11| for instance, ~which might lead to the discovery of a sinner 193 Suppl, 36| order a man is appointed to lead others in ~Divine things, 194 Suppl, 71| chalice, ~signifies those who lead a happy life in heaven. 195 Suppl, 71| in the church this will lead to their more severe condemnation ~ 196 Suppl, 77| action of natural heat, as lead is ~added to silver lest 197 Suppl, 79| opaque body, for which reason lead is affixed to the ~glass 198 Suppl, 86| judge, because they ~will lead others to the knowledge 199 Suppl, 86| or exhorts men by word to lead a good life, gives him the 200 Suppl, 86| every case so as either to lead towards ~the end or to lead 201 Suppl, 86| lead towards ~the end or to lead astray from the end. But 202 Suppl, 86| will be no supremacy to lead astray from ~the end or 203 Suppl, 86| astray from ~the end or to lead to it, but only that which 204 Suppl, 88| his senses. Now ~creatures lead to the knowledge of God 205 Suppl, 89| something created, cannot lead to the knowledge of God 206 Suppl, 89| But this impression cannot lead to the knowledge ~of the 207 Suppl, 89| composite thing would not lead to the knowledge of a ~separate 208 Suppl, 89| whereas no likeness can lead our intellect in this way 209 Suppl, 96| wicked eternally does not lead to their ~correction, nor 210 Appen1, 1| sin, their ~sorrow will lead them to despair. Now sorrow


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