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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | composition of a proposition effected by ~the mind in joining 2 1, 19 | is greater than the thing effected." But nothing is greater 3 1, 19 | antecedents. Hence things effected by the divine will ~have 4 1, 25 | lessened. But God could have effected, before Socrates ran, that 5 1, 30 | less ~therefore is this effected by a plurality of relations. 6 1, 30 | is called formal, and is ~effected by opposite or diverse forms; 7 1, 34 | that which is signified or effected by a word; thus we are wont 8 1, 34 | the thing ~signified or effected by word is called word. 9 1, 53 | But some bodily change is effected in an instant, such as illumination; ~ 10 1, 56 | because all knowledge is effected by way of a ~likeness. But 11 1, 59 | already (A[2]), knowledge is effected by ~the presence of the 12 1, 66 | corporeal creatures ~was effected by the work of distinction. 13 1, 67 | night from day, and this ~is effected by the sun, which is recorded 14 1, 67 | present; ~though this might be effected by a miracle. As to this, 15 1, 70 | set for signs of changes ~effected in corporeal creatures, 16 1, 70 | parts. This, he ~says, is effected by contact which is mutual 17 1, 73 | Now, this increase is effected ~through God's Providence 18 1, 54 | But some bodily change is effected in an instant, such as illumination; ~ 19 1, 57 | because all knowledge is effected by way of a ~likeness. But 20 1, 60 | already (A[2]), knowledge is effected by ~the presence of the 21 1, 67 | corporeal creatures ~was effected by the work of distinction. 22 1, 68 | night from day, and this ~is effected by the sun, which is recorded 23 1, 68 | present; ~though this might be effected by a miracle. As to this, 24 1, 71 | set for signs of changes ~effected in corporeal creatures, 25 1, 71 | parts. This, he ~says, is effected by contact which is mutual 26 1, 72 | Now, this increase is effected ~through God's Providence 27 1, 77 | of the sensible form is effected in the sensile organ. ~Otherwise, 28 1, 77 | vision spiritual which is effected by ~the images of bodies 29 1, 83 | intellectual operation is effected ~in us by the mere intellectual 30 1, 83 | intellectual operation is effected in us by the mere ~impression 31 1, 89 | inferior - all these things are effected through ~a certain transmutation.~ 32 1, 97 | generation would not have been effected in the ~same way. Thus Gregory 33 1, 99 | Further, righteousness is effected by grace, as the Apostle 34 1, 102 | attainment of the end is effected. Now ~the end of the government 35 1, 102 | implies a certain change effected by the ~governor in the 36 1, 102 | causality. Wherefore all that is effected by many would ~not be accomplished 37 1, 107 | Divine ~ministrations are effected. Still, as Augustine says ( 38 1, 112 | inclined to good, which is effected in us by the habit of ~mortal 39 1, 112 | in the world save what is effected ~or permitted by Divine 40 1, 113 | nature, cannot in reality be effected by the ~operation of the 41 1, 113 | of this sort seems to be effected by the ~operation of demons, 42 1, 114 | Hence such ~an action is effected by the contact of two bodies.~ 43 1, 114 | because action is ~not effected by local movement, as Democritus 44 1, 114 | the necromantic art, is ~effected by the power of the heavenly 45 2, 1 | as this determination is effected, in the rational nature, ~ 46 2, 32 | so far as ~possessed or effected: and this implies use or 47 2, 57 | contingent matters which can be effected by ~us, whether they be 48 2, 70 | mind towards the good is effected by love, ~which is the first 49 2, 70 | OBJ 1: Sanctification is effected by all the virtues, by which ~ 50 2, 83 | natural origin, which is effected by the generative power. 51 2, 98 | ultimate perfection are effected by him through his ~subordinates: 52 2, 99 | precepts of ~the natural law, effected by the Divine law, are distinct 53 2, 99 | about Divine worship is effected ~by the ceremonial precepts, 54 2, 99 | be observed among men is effected by the ~judicial precepts.~ 55 2, 100 | well ordered. But this is effected by the acts of all the virtues: ~ 56 2, 101 | Divine worship, which is effected by a sort of consecration 57 2, 102 | fulfilment of the Law, which was effected in ~Christ alone: but it 58 2, 102 | of sins which ~was to be effected by Christ, and of which 59 2, 103 | expiation from sins ~which was effected by Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS 60 2, 105 | another are twofold: some are effected under ~the guidance of those 61 2, 105 | in authority: others are effected by the will of ~private 62 2, 113 | was regenerated"; which is effected by sanctifying grace. ~Now 63 2, 1 | consummation of grace was effected by Christ, ~wherefore the 64 2, 1 | consummation by glory, is also effected by the gift of charity, 65 2, 8 | this cleanness of heart is effected by the virtues and gifts ~ 66 2, 15 | 4~Their preservation is effected by the memory, and, as regards 67 2, 22 | ordering to the end, which is effected by charity, however rightly 68 2, 23 | because distance ~from Him is effected not by change of place but 69 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~Whether joy is effected in us by charity?~Aquin.: 70 2, 27 | would seem that joy is not effected in us by charity. For the ~ 71 2, 28 | each of these unions is effected by ~charity - the first, 72 2, 42 | God, and this ~union is effected by charity, while all things 73 2, 43 | the first thing, to be effected in this direction of human 74 2, 53 | purpose of deceiving, ~is effected first and foremost by words, 75 2, 53 | craftiness, whether this be ~effected by words, or by deeds, whereas " 76 2, 81 | Now union with God is effected by love which ~belongs to 77 2, 81 | proposes something to be ~effected by something else, wherefore 78 2, 87 | are about something to be ~effected by some other cause (as, 79 2, 94 | knowledge and wisdom is effected by the enlightening of the 80 2, 159 | exaltation in men's eyes is effected by bodily uplifting."~Aquin.: 81 2, 171 | prophetic revelation is effected by the infusion of ~certain 82 2, 171 | that vision divine which is effected ~by images of things lacking 83 2, 171 | if prophetic vision were ~effected by means of species newly 84 2, 171 | ad ~lit. xii, 6) is not effected by means of images, but 85 2, 171 | prophetic revelation is not effected ~by impressing species on 86 2, 171 | representation of things, which is effected by means of ~certain species. 87 2, 171 | Intellectual vision is not effected by means of bodily and ~ 88 2, 171 | judgment of ~the intellect is effected by its turning to sensible 89 2, 176 | the working of miracles is effected even by the unclean spirit, ~ 90 2, 178 | knowledge of God's works is effected by any ~contemplation of 91 2, 182 | same judgment." Now this is effected by charity which operates 92 3, 27 | Reply OBJ 3: The Holy Ghost effected a twofold purification in 93 3, 27 | The second purification effected in her by the ~Holy Ghost 94 3, 27 | sanctification which was to be ~effected through Christ. First, as 95 3, 27 | way the ~sanctification effected by Christ. A sign of this 96 3, 29 | But a true marriage is not effected by the betrothal, ~but by 97 3, 30 | nature which was ~to be effected by Christ. Wherefore Bede 98 3, 31 | is signified," which is effected by Christ's ~sacrifice. " 99 3, 32 | that, The whole Trinity effected the conception of Christ' 100 3, 32 | conception. And all three were effected ~by the Holy Ghost. Therefore 101 3, 33 | and because increase is effected by the power of the soul ~ 102 3, 33 | animation of Christ could not be effected in ~the first instant of 103 3, 33 | that the conception ~was effected instantaneously, it follows 104 3, 36 | sinners." But this is not effected save in as far as the ~grace 105 3, 38 | was ~from man, because it effected nothing that man could not 106 3, 38 | named after him, ~because it effected nothing that he did not 107 3, 38 | their remission, which is effected by grace. Therefore ~grace 108 3, 39 | enter heaven. And this is effected by baptism, according to ~ 109 3, 39 | to be forgiven," which is effected in baptism, "meekness was ~ 110 3, 44 | multiplication of the loaves was not effected by way of ~creation, but 111 3, 46 | nature with the Divine was effected in the Person, in the ~hypostasis, 112 3, 56 | forgiveness of ~sins. But this was effected by Christ's Passion, according 113 3, 60 | indication of that which is effected in us by ~Christ's passion, 114 3, 60 | name of the ~Blessed Virgin effected anything in baptism, but 115 3, 63 | future glory, and which is effected by grace. Now grace is ~ 116 3, 64 | justification of the ungodly is effected by the ~power that Christ 117 3, 64 | one, if that one has to be effected. Now those things ~which 118 3, 67 | But cleansing from sins is effected specially ~by Baptism, according 119 3, 68 | The spiritual regeneration effected by Baptism is somewhat ~ 120 3, 71 | Baptism, so if ~anything be effected in the exorcism, it is ordained 121 3, 75 | entirely ~supernatural, and effected by God's power alone. Hence 122 3, 75 | after the change has been effected, it seems that the accidents 123 3, 75 | contrary, This change is effected by a power which is infinite, ~ 124 3, 75 | Thirdly, because it is effected ~by God's infinite power.~ 125 3, 77 | substantial form is not ~effected by a substantial form directly, 126 3, 78 | and this blessing was effected by certain ~words. Accordingly 127 3, 78 | said that the blessing was effected by other words ~not known 128 3, 78 | maintained that this blessing was effected by ~the same words as are 129 3, 78 | power. Therefore it is not effected by ~the power of those words.~ 130 3, 86 | the forgiveness of sins is effected in Penance through ~the 131 3, 86 | Baptism forgiveness ~of sin is effected, in virtue not only of the 132 3, 87 | above (Q[86], A[2]), is ~effected by man being united to God 133 3, 88 | remission of sins were ~effected by grace and the sacraments 134 Suppl, 15| the deprivation ~cannot be effected by a good work unless it 135 Suppl, 18| Law declare ~the cleansing effected by God. In this way also 136 Suppl, 25| remission of punishment effected by indulgences is no other 137 Suppl, 32| bodily healing has to be effected, by applying the remedy, ~ 138 Suppl, 33| lost after it has been ~effected, it follows that this sacrament 139 Suppl, 34| spiritual power is given, is not effected among the ~angels by means 140 Suppl, 37| enlightening, which is effected by teaching, is done by 141 Suppl, 37| twofold. One is remote and is effected by the ministers: another 142 Suppl, 37| consecration of the priest also is effected by the mere ~blessing of 143 Suppl, 37| The conferring of power is effected by giving them something 144 Suppl, 45| inward spiritual cleansing is effected by a bodily cleansing. Wherefore, ~ 145 Suppl, 45| material contracts are effected by mutual consent, it follows 146 Suppl, 45| together of marriage is effected in the same way.~Aquin.: 147 Suppl, 45| the marriage union is effected in ~the same way as the 148 Suppl, 45| whether the obligation is effected by ~words of the present 149 Suppl, 45| carnal marriage also can be effected by ~words of the future 150 Suppl, 49| the individual which ~is effected by the nutritive power is 151 Suppl, 49| of the species which is effected by marriage; and indeed 152 Suppl, 51| between Lia and Jacob was effected not by their coming together, 153 Suppl, 54| Gener. Anim. ii, 19), is effected from the surplus food [* 154 Suppl, 54| consists, ~but that it is not effected in a becoming way. For it 155 Suppl, 55| of the union having been effected in the ~past.~Aquin.: SMT 156 Suppl, 55| Divine. Therefore a union ~effected in the presence of the Church 157 Suppl, 58| that, Since marriage is effected by way of a contract, it 158 Suppl, 59| begetting - since this can be effected even ~without marriage - 159 Suppl, 62| account of fornication is effected by the one ~accusing the 160 Suppl, 62| Therefore ~reconciliation may be effected or ensue without any withdrawal 161 Suppl, 66| condition of the body, which is effected by ~virginity or division 162 Suppl, 67| and therefore could not be effected. ~Therefore the causes for 163 Suppl, 70| or imaginative ~vision is effected. But it would seem impossible 164 Suppl, 71| deficiencies": and this exchange is effected when what is ~lacking to 165 Suppl, 72| 2) Whether it will be effected by fire?~(3) Whether that 166 Suppl, 72| contrary, All renewal is effected by some kind of cleansing. 167 Suppl, 72| cleansing of the world will be effected by fire?~Aquin.: SMT XP 168 Suppl, 72| this cleansing will not be effected by fire. ~For since fire 169 Suppl, 72| the world's ~beginning was effected by God's power alone, for 170 Suppl, 72| that the ~separation was effected by the act of the intellect 171 Suppl, 72| this cleansing will be effected by fire.~Aquin.: SMT XP 172 Suppl, 72| most fitting for it to ~be effected by fire. First, because 173 Suppl, 72| more fitting for it to be effected by fire than ~by water. 174 Suppl, 72| cleansing will then be fittingly effected by ~fire. Nor is there any 175 Suppl, 72| final cleansing that will be effected by fire will ~correspond 176 Suppl, 72| first cleansing which was effected by water. Now the ~latter 177 Suppl, 76| rise again; and this is effected by the ~selfsame soul being 178 Suppl, 77| the restoration will be effected in this order, ~that what 179 Suppl, 79| act of sensation which is effected by a ~spiritual alteration. 180 Suppl, 89| and this vision, which ~is effected immediately, is called " 181 Suppl, 92| Trinity, since that which is effected in creatures belongs to 182 Suppl, 92| Reply OBJ 3: That which is effected by the dowry belongs to 183 Suppl, 96| in this ~reconciliation effected by Christ, perpetuated the 184 Appen1, 2| subjection to grace, is effected when the lower powers obey 185 Appen1, 2| Much more therefore is this effected by the punishment of ~Purgatory.~


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