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Nullo istorum trium modorum potest aliquid esse directa causa peccati: quia voluntas non ex necessitate movetur ab aliquo obiecto nisi ab ultimo fine" (Prima Secundae, q.
From this initial description, accordingly, it is apparent that Hugh's voluntas pietatis entails a compassionate, psychosomatic response to the evil that befalls another.
Et talis est appetitus rationalis sive intellectivus, qui dicitur voluntas.
Cupiditas, desire, which seems positive in this schema, arises when the will consents to what one desires with the body: `Nam quid est cupiditas et laetitia nisi voluntas in eorum consensione quae volumus?
22) It is in the structure of this self-presence, consisting of memoria sui, intelligentia sui, and voluntas sui, that we find the trinitarian imago Dei.
VI, amicitiae vel concordiae non repugnat diversitas opinionum, sed solum diversitas voluntatum: unde talis pugna quae est secundum judicia ex diversis meritis sumpta, not obstat unitati caritatis, cum voluntas eorum sit una, ut divina scilicet providentia expleatur.
As many have noted, however, these offerings are no one's ordinary dinnertime fare but consist of such things as a 'pece of the Paternoster', fiat voluntas tua.
The same emotions insofar as they are found in the appetitus intellectivus (the voluntas or will) are called affectus.
15 nam in potestate ipsius voluntatis et quia voluntas est domina est velle et non velle.
It was not his voluntas, he answered, but a ratio temporis, and he knew that such viri gravissimi planeque sapientes did not really need him.
Crassantes nimium, mimium sterilesque labruscas, / Vinea quas Domini Sabaot non sustinet ultra / Laxius expandi, nostra est resecare voluntas.
And, he then writes, "Doing is always for a good and the good is the object of voluntas (the will) and is ultimately prompted by God as final cause" (p.

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