Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis - Chapter 19, Human Acts: Questions 6, 8 & 9 Chapter 20, Questions 12, 13 & 18Chapter 21, Questions XX, XLIX, LI, LIV, LV, LVI, LVII Summary & Analysis

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While still part of The Summa Theologica, this is an entirely different part. Here, the format resumes the structure of the questions with objections, answers, and rebuttals. This falls under the category of articles. These excerpts come from the first half of the Second Part. Question VI: On the Voluntary and the Involuntary. First Article: Whether there is Anything Voluntary in Human Acts? Second Article: Whether their is Anything Voluntary in Irrational Animals? Third Article: Whether there can be Voluntariness Without Any Act? Fourth Article: Whether Violence Can Be Done To the Will? Aquinas answers that, there is a twofold will; one is immediate and the rest may be the same or the guidance of some 'higher...

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