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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | intelligence, which is more ~easily led by what is known through 2 1, 12 | can go as far as it can be led by sensible things. But ~ 3 1, 12 | But ~our mind cannot be led by sense so far as to see 4 1, 12 | on their cause, we can be led ~from them so far as to 5 1, 23 | capable of eternal life, is led towards it, directed, as 6 1, 27 | procession, we should be led to admit yet another, and 7 1, 30 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We are now led to consider the plurality 8 1, 39 | Our intellect, which is led to the knowledge of God 9 1, 41 | necessity was the Father led to beget ~the Son."~Aquin.: 10 1, 41 | forced, nor as if He were led by natural necessity ~did 11 1, 43 | man requires that he be led to the ~invisible by visible 12 1, 44 | OBJ 2: This objection has led some to say that what is 13 1, 58 | discourses, nor are they led to ~something particular 14 1, 62 | the rational ~creature is led on to the vision of the 15 1, 62 | Supreme Essence, it should be led ~on in the same way to the 16 1, 62 | rational creature is so led by God to the end of its ~ 17 1, 64 | torment those whom they have led astray; ~just as some of 18 1, 67 | enlightenment ~whereby it is led to adhere to the Word of 19 1, 75 | nature of the soul, are ~led astray through associating 20 1, 39 | Our intellect, which is led to the knowledge of God 21 1, 41 | necessity was the Father led to beget ~the Son."~Aquin.: 22 1, 41 | forced, nor as if He were led by natural necessity ~did 23 1, 43 | man requires that he be led to the ~invisible by visible 24 1, 45 | OBJ 2: This objection has led some to say that what is 25 1, 59 | discourses, nor are they led to ~something particular 26 1, 63 | the rational ~creature is led on to the vision of the 27 1, 63 | Supreme Essence, it should be led ~on in the same way to the 28 1, 63 | rational creature is so led by God to the end of its ~ 29 1, 65 | torment those whom they have led astray; ~just as some of 30 1, 68 | enlightenment ~whereby it is led to adhere to the Word of 31 1, 74 | nature of the soul, are ~led astray through associating 32 1, 78 | the soul, by which it is led away from evil and made ~ 33 1, 80 | act, to which ~they are led by the reason, as we have 34 1, 86 | knowledge of itself, though led thereto by its own act: ~ 35 1, 87 | hierarchies, unless it is led thereto by material ~guidance 36 1, 87 | nature." Therefore we can be led by ~material things to know 37 1, 87 | natural substances we can be led, according to true ~philosophical 38 1, 93 | established in paradise, led a life of happiness in the ~ 39 1, 93 | third is when the ~soul is "led on" yet further "to the 40 1, 95 | signified ~by the fact that God led the animals to man, that 41 1, 95 | innocence he would have led a social life. Now a ~social 42 1, 105 | that inferior things are led to God by the superior" ( 43 1, 107 | i.e. when He ~shall have led the faithful to the enjoyment 44 1, 107 | Judgment men will not be led any ~more to salvation by 45 1, 110 | the Syrians whom ~Eliseus led into Samaria (4 Kgs. 6:18).~ 46 1, 112 | prince of the demons having led the Jewish captives in Persia 47 1, 114 | also follow that man is led by ~natural instinct to 48 1, 114 | reason the Platonists were led to hold that demons are " 49 1, 116 | intellect of the learner is led to the knowledge of truth 50 2, 1 | to an end, as directed or led by ~another, whether it 51 2, 1 | but when he is directed or led by another, for instance, 52 2, 9 | the majority of men are led by the passions, ~which 53 2, 10 | in check so as not to be led away by the passion. For 54 2, 24 | Nevertheless, in so far as they are led by a kind of estimative ~ 55 2, 41 | Philosophers have been led by amazement to seek the ~ 56 2, 42 | wicked men, lest he be ~led by them to sin. But, properly 57 2, 42 | disposed, fears ~the being led astray rather than the sin 58 2, 44 | of those who are ~being led to execution. Therefore 59 2, 58 | passions lest reason be led astray. ~But they fall short 60 2, 66 | friendship, to which we are led by hope, as stated above ~( 61 2, 68 | 8:14,17: "Whosoever are led by the Spirit of God, they 62 2, 68 | except he be moved and led ~thither by the Holy Ghost. 63 2, 70 | concupiscence, but is not led away; whereas ~the chaste 64 2, 70 | neither subject to, nor led away from them.~Aquin.: 65 2, 72 | that men might be gradually led to virtue, first ~by abstaining 66 2, 72 | admitting of degree, were led by insufficient proof." 67 2, 91 | preceding law, they had been led to a ~greater capacity for 68 2, 91 | likened to the beasts that are led by the impulse ~of sensuality, 69 2, 91 | sensuality, whereby he is led, in so far as it ~is a penalty 70 2, 92 | punishment, one is sometimes led on to do so ~likewise, with 71 2, 93 | Gal. 5:18): "If you are led by the ~spirit you are not 72 2, 93 | of ~God by adoption, are led by the spirit of God, according 73 2, 93 | Rm. 8:14: ~"Whosoever are led by the spirit of God, they 74 2, 93 | works of a man, who is led by the Holy Ghost, are the 75 2, 95 | who are well disposed are led willingly to virtue by ~ 76 2, 95 | evilly disposed ~are not led to virtue unless they are 77 2, 96 | Now all spiritual men are led by the private law of the 78 2, 96 | 8:14): "Whosoever ~are led by the Spirit of God, they 79 2, 96 | men, in so far as they are led by the law of the ~Holy 80 2, 98 | law whereby men would be led to ~Christ, Who was to cast 81 2, 98 | so that they ~might be led from imperfection to perfection; 82 2, 100 | instances, ~happens to be led astray concerning them: 83 2, 102 | blessing of being protected and led by God ~through the desert, 84 2, 102 | commemorate the blessing of being led by God out of Egypt. Hence 85 2, 102 | and gold, they should be ~led by avarice into idolatry 86 2, 105 | seduction, lest they should be led astray into idolatry. ~And 87 2, 108 | by being wary lest we be led astray by evil ~influences. 88 2, 111 | in this, that things are led to God by other ~things, 89 2, 111 | order, so that ~some are led to God by others.~Aquin.: 90 2, 111 | man may help another to be led to God. Now no man can ~ 91 2, 113 | one contrary without being led to the other, if ~the contraries 92 2, 114 | virtuous works, whereby we are led to heaven, they fall ~directly 93 2, 114 | good and not the wicked are led to beatitude by them.~Aquin.: 94 2, 4 | possible for one to be led by hope to persevere in 95 2, 13 | devil who tempts him, to be led to ~commit the most grievous 96 2, 15 | afterwards men had to be led to know and ~understand 97 2, 16 | charity. For just as a ~man is led to love God, through fear 98 2, 25 | by seeing a thing we are led to ~love it. Hence it does 99 2, 30 | justice, do what is just, led by the natural light of 100 2, 37 | separation, they are ~sometimes led to do penance ~Aquin.: SMT 101 2, 40 | secondly it is in those who are led by them to ~disturb the 102 2, 41 | through being ill-disposed, is led into sin, for ~instance, 103 2, 42 | avoiding evil. Now we are led by the positive precepts 104 2, 42 | and another whereby we are led to love our neighbor ~for 105 2, 50 | Rm. 8:14): "Whosoever are led by the ~Spirit of God, they 106 2, 50 | not ~consistent with being led by another. Since then the 107 2, 53 | way when ~the reason is led to a false conclusion that 108 2, 58 | or envious of him, he is led by slight ~indications to 109 2, 64 | First, when a person is led to thieve through necessity. 110 2, 66 | hand sometimes a man is led to make an accusation on 111 2, 66 | For sometimes a man is led ~by a just error to make 112 2, 67 | Deliver them that are led ~to death: and those that 113 2, 67 | place whence he ~would be led to execution. But he may 114 2, 68 | Deliver them that are led to death"; and (Rm. 1:32): " 115 2, 76 | Moreover the Philosopher, led by natural reason, says ( 116 2, 81 | temptation, which is to be led into temptation. Thirdly, ~ 117 2, 81 | delivered from evil if he be not led into ~temptation.~Aquin.: 118 2, 93 | in a dream and is thereby led to do something or avoid 119 2, 98 | reason of ~the devotion that led him to render the service, 120 2, 99 | sacrifices. ~This custom has led to the application of the 121 2, 108 | good-will, which latter led them to tell ~a lie. Hence 122 2, 120 | Deliver them that are led to death": ~secondarily 123 2, 150 | those were punished who led a celibate life, as Valerius 124 2, 152 | sleeper is more ~easily led in his imagination to consent 125 2, 153 | the passions, ~lest it be led astray by them: yet it does 126 2, 154 | reason, and "are easily led" so ~that they follow their 127 2, 154 | incontinent man is entirely led by his evil desire, even 128 2, 154 | even so is a man ~entirely led by his good desire which 129 2, 160 | which sometimes man ~is led by other sins. Hence a gloss 130 2, 161 | temptation whereby he was led to sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 131 2, 163 | but he could not ~thus be led into sin, because according 132 2, 170 | acceptable. For the intellect ~is led astray to falsehood by the 133 2, 170 | men, may be more easily ~led on to truth. Wherefore also 134 2, 171 | when the prophet's mind is led to judge or ~coordinate 135 2, 171 | thing, sometimes he is ~led merely to apprehend that 136 2, 171 | sometimes he is further led to ~know that it is divinely 137 2, 176 | effects. Wherefore just as man led by his ~natural reason is 138 2, 178 | works, so that he might ~be led by them to God; wherefore 139 2, 178 | benefits and promises, man is led to the knowledge of God' 140 2, 182 | canonical rule, since he is led by a private ~law, there 141 2, 182 | law." ~Now a man is not led by the law of the Holy Ghost, 142 2, 184 | other cause, when he is led ~to do something against 143 2, 185 | of the soul, lest it be ~led astray by wicked thoughts." 144 2, 185 | and thus a man ~may be led to beg by a twofold motive. 145 2, 186 | perfect are sufficiently "led by ~the spirit of God" so 146 2, 187 | himself to ~religion be led by the spirit of God, or 147 3, 3 | the Incarnation men are led to the true knowledge of 148 3, 3 | true knowledge man might be led back to God, ~having wandered 149 3, 7 | from the Jordan, and ~was led by the Spirit into the desert." 150 3, 7 | which the soul of Christ, led by the ~Holy Spirit, was 151 3, 24 | was no need for God to be led from something else to knowledge 152 3, 25 | Reply OBJ 4: The Apostles, led by the inward instinct of 153 3, 36 | with material things, are led ~through the domain of the 154 3, 36 | through the reason, were led to God, not by words, ~but 155 3, 36 | cc.): "The ~star which led the Magi to the place where 156 3, 38 | spiritual cleanliness, since it led men to do penance, as stated 157 3, 38 | by John's teaching, which led men to faith in Christ; 158 3, 39 | Or else, that we ~may be led to understand that the very 159 3, 40 | Whether Christ should have led a solitary life, or have 160 3, 40 | Whether He should have led an austere life as regards 161 3, 40 | associated with men, or led a solitary life?~Aquin.: 162 3, 40 | with men, ~but should have led a solitary life. For it 163 3, 40 | that Christ should have led a solitary life.~Aquin.: 164 3, 40 | He ought always to have led a ~solitary life.~Aquin.: 165 3, 40 | than John did. But John led an austere life in order 166 3, 40 | Whether Christ should have led a life of poverty in this 167 3, 40 | that Christ should not have led a life of poverty ~in this 168 3, 40 | Therefore Christ should have led a life, not of poverty, 169 3, 41 | written (Mt. 4:1): "Jesus was led by the Spirit ~into the 170 3, 41 | written (Mt. 4:1): "Jesus was led by ~the Spirit into the 171 3, 41 | Lk. 4:1, that "Christ was led into the desert for ~the 172 3, 41 | Not only Christ was led into the desert by the Spirit, ~ 173 3, 41 | some say that Christ was led into the Holy City, not 174 3, 41 | be opened." Thirdly, he led the temptation to ~the extreme 175 3, 41 | vainglory. Thirdly, he led the temptation on to that 176 3, 44 | blind man ~by the hand, He led him out of the town; and, 177 3, 44 | man, which requires to be led to good by the free-will, ~ 178 3, 46 | precept, the Paschal ~lamb was led to the place of immolation 179 3, 46 | the document, he will be led forth to endure the ~death 180 3, 52 | the other just souls," "He led them," ~i.e. "He brought 181 3, 55 | intercourse might have ~led them into the error of believing 182 3, 57 | Ascending on high, He led captivity captive," because 183 3, 61 | such that it has to be led by things corporeal and 184 Suppl, 9 | others be scandalized, and led to do evil through hearing 185 Suppl, 18| whereby "the sons of God are led" (Rm. 8:14), is ~mentioned 186 Suppl, 39| abundance of his ~charity, being led by the spirit of God; as 187 Suppl, 62| are more inclined to ~be led by their concupiscences, 188 Suppl, 72| that "the last should be led to God by ~those that are 189 Suppl, 73| in so far as others are ~led thereby to accomplish our 190 Suppl, 76| existing in the body had led a life ~contrary to the 191 Suppl, 76| species when the ~soul has led a good life in the body, 192 Suppl, 89| informed, it could not ~be led thereby to the Divine essence. 193 Suppl, 89| gazing on ~which the sight is led to something else: thus 194 Suppl, 89| looking in a mirror it ~is led to see the things reflected 195 Suppl, 89| looking at an ~image it is led to the thing represented 196 Suppl, 89| from knowing an effect is led to the cause, or conversely. ~


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