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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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previously

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | what it had not ~attained previously. But since God is infinite, 2 1, 9 | whereto He was not extended ~previously. Hence movement in no way 3 1, 12 | appears from what he says previously: "Therefore they will have 4 1, 14 | cause, known, as it were ~previously, effects unknown; but He 5 1, 14 | agrees with what he said ~previously, that a point and every 6 1, 14 | existed ~which God did not previously know, and afterwards knew, 7 1, 18 | they move themselves, as previously stated ~(A[2]). But movement 8 1, 23 | pertains to mercy; as was shown previously (Q[21], AA[3],4).~Aquin.: 9 1, 43 | nature; whereas "He was" previously "in the ~world" (Jn. 1:1).~ 10 1, 43 | to begin to exist where previously it ~did not exist, is locally 11 1, 43 | exist where he did not previously exist, nor ceases to exist 12 1, 45 | different now from what it was previously. Sometimes, indeed, the 13 1, 45 | from another, and was not previously. Hence since ~creation is 14 1, 45 | the action of nature, but ~previously exist in matter; for they 15 1, 51 | them food, after having previously adored them as God ~(Gn. 16 1, 53 | in the same place now and previously. Therefore since ~there 17 1, 53 | in the same place now and previously, as was ~said (A[2]). Therefore 18 1, 54 | contrary to what has been previously said ~(Q[50], A[2]).~Aquin.: 19 1, 56 | evident from what has been previously said (Q[14], ~A[2]; Q[54], 20 1, 58 | according as from something previously known one attains to ~the 21 1, 58 | afterwards known, and which was previously ~unknown. But if in the 22 1, 61 | anything had been ~created previously. Consequently the angels 23 1, 61 | angels to have taken place ~previously to that of the corporeal 24 1, 64 | as present, which they ~previously did not know would come 25 1, 70 | that the sun's light which previously was ~without form, was formed 26 1, 73 | this consummation existed previously in its ~causes, as to nature, 27 1, 73 | but even ~these existed previously in their causes, in the 28 1, 73 | afterwards that had not existed ~previously, in some degree, in the 29 1, 74 | of distinction in bodies ~previously existing, as also has been 30 1, 43 | nature; whereas "He was" previously "in the ~world" (Jn. 1:1).~ 31 1, 43 | to begin to exist where previously it ~did not exist, is locally 32 1, 43 | exist where he did not previously exist, nor ceases to exist 33 1, 46 | different now from what it was previously. Sometimes, indeed, the 34 1, 46 | from another, and was not previously. Hence since ~creation is 35 1, 46 | the action of nature, but ~previously exist in matter; for they 36 1, 52 | them food, after having previously adored them as God ~(Gn. 37 1, 54 | in the same place now and previously. Therefore since ~there 38 1, 54 | in the same place now and previously, as was ~said (A[2]). Therefore 39 1, 55 | contrary to what has been previously said ~(Q[50], A[2]).~Aquin.: 40 1, 57 | evident from what has been previously said (Q[14], ~A[2]; Q[54], 41 1, 59 | according as from something previously known one attains to ~the 42 1, 59 | afterwards known, and which was previously ~unknown. But if in the 43 1, 62 | anything had been ~created previously. Consequently the angels 44 1, 62 | angels to have taken place ~previously to that of the corporeal 45 1, 65 | as present, which they ~previously did not know would come 46 1, 71 | that the sun's light which previously was ~without form, was formed 47 1, 72 | this consummation existed previously in its ~causes, as to nature, 48 1, 72 | but even ~these existed previously in their causes, in the 49 1, 72 | afterwards that had not existed ~previously, in some degree, in the 50 1, 73 | of distinction in bodies ~previously existing, as also has been 51 1, 78 | as it understands that it previously understood: ~but not in 52 1, 83 | because he had ~knowledge previously, but because he thus learns 53 1, 83 | therefore, our intellect, previously in ~potentiality, afterwards 54 1, 83 | itself be known more and previously. But the intellectual soul 55 1, 84 | the identical form which ~previously was in the phantasm is subsequently 56 1, 84 | contains what is known ~previously, for a definition "proceeds 57 1, 88 | But to consider what is previously known is an act of memory. 58 1, 89 | something becoming actually that previously was in ~potentiality. But 59 1, 92 | because as Augustine had said ~previously, "things which have knowledge, 60 1, 110 | voluntarily imagines what he previously experienced, so ~also the 61 1, 110 | imaginative form in no way previously received from the ~senses ( 62 1, 116 | the knowledge of things previously unknown to him; according 63 1, 116 | to the knowledge of truth previously unknown. Secondly, by strengthening 64 1, 118 | as ~that which was there previously belonged to true human nature, 65 2, 6 | that he desires that which previously he repudiated. ~Accordingly, 66 2, 9 | will something, whereas previously it did ~not will it. Therefore 67 2, 9 | they begin ~to be, whereas previously they were not. Therefore 68 2, 19 | desire a good that is not previously ~apprehended by reason.~ 69 2, 32 | thereby something which ~previously was unsuitable, becomes 70 2, 40 | think possible ~what he had previously thought impossible; so, 71 2, 52 | a form which it had not previously (thus we may say cold ~increases 72 2, 54 | the habit which was in him previously is perfected, forasmuch 73 2, 67 | identical knowledge, which was previously obscure, to ~become clear 74 2, 77 | which he had been speaking previously. Since then concupiscence 75 2, 94 | subtraction, so that what previously was according to the natural 76 2, 95 | common good." Because he had previously ~expressed the quality of 77 2, 103 | sacrifices and ~holocausts previously to the Law, out of a certain 78 2, 105 | and if the murder was ~previously discovered, the beast was 79 2, 113 | regenerated, because both previously and ~afterwards he assented 80 2, 114 | worthy, not that they ~were previously worthy, but that by His 81 2, 114 | availeth ~much." Now he had previously said: "Pray one for another, 82 2, 8 | proceeds from something previously understood. Now a gift of ~ 83 2, 12 | of whom Our Lord had said previously (Jn. 6:65): ~"There are 84 2, 12 | whereas all those mentioned ~previously are more grievous sins, 85 2, 13 | Holy ~Ghost, without having previously committed other sins. For 86 2, 23 | something to be more there that previously was less ~there. This is 87 2, 31 | man for a sin, without ~previously warning him in secret. Therefore 88 2, 31 | person publicly, without ~previously admonishing him in secret: 89 2, 60 | living): ~but not without previously making a careful inquiry 90 2, 93 | damsel's words, ~having previously prayed to God.~Aquin.: SMT 91 2, 98 | land on which there ~has previously been a church, as we have 92 2, 117 | riches, for he had said previously (1 Tim. ~6:9): "They that 93 2, 164 | except ~in so far as is previously directed by the knowing 94 2, 171 | revelation ~imaginary species previously derived from the senses 95 2, 172 | inspiration, for ~it was stated previously (3 Kgs. 4:29): "God gave 96 2, 172 | not show to them"; because previously the patriarchs had been 97 2, 187 | fulfil a vow ~which he had previously taken, is bound to remain 98 2, 187 | to do so if he vowed it previously while in the ~world. But 99 2, 187 | taking counsel of ~many, and previously deliberating for a long 100 2, 187 | taking ~counsel of many, and previously deliberating for a long 101 3, 1 | likewise, not having been previously united to God in Person, ~ 102 3, 9 | together); but the habit ~which previously existed is strengthened 103 3, 17 | reference to what he had ~previously, but also with reference 104 3, 27 | again, who was not born previously. Therefore the Blessed ~ 105 3, 27 | sacraments, save those who are ~previously born. But God did not so 106 3, 28 | that ~takes place which previously had not taken place. And 107 3, 28 | points merely to some thing previously in the mind: nor ~is there 108 3, 34 | desire of what has been previously the object of ~deliberation." 109 3, 39 | because ~the heavens were not previously closed to the eyes of the 110 3, 57 | man, but as God: because previously His Nature in heaven ~was 111 3, 68 | should be baptized, ~if previously he has manifested a desire 112 3, 71 | Baptism unless he were ~previously exorcized; which is clearly 113 3, 72 | chrism should have ~been previously consecrated by a bishop?~( 114 3, 72 | which is its ~matter be previously consecrated by a bishop?~ 115 3, 72 | which is its matter, be previously consecrated by a bishop. 116 3, 72 | that the chrism ~should be previously consecrated by a bishop.~ 117 3, 72 | the baptized with chrism, previously consecrated by ~a bishop: 118 3, 72 | sacrament that its ~matter be previously consecrated by a bishop.~ 119 3, 72 | sacraments to be blessed ~previously, since Christ's blessing 120 3, 75 | place, where it was not ~previously, except by change of place, 121 3, 75 | subject, which from being previously in potentiality is now in 122 3, 77 | accidents could have been previously corrupted in two ways: in ~ 123 3, 77 | or corruption ~appeared previously in the adjacent atmosphere; 124 3, 83 | which he did not remember ~previously. Therefore, in such a dilemma 125 3, 84 | Secondly, one hides one's sin previously committed, by ~neglecting 126 3, 85 | virtue that we should have previously committed evil deeds, ~of 127 3, 88 | Therefore the sins committed previously, become ~uncovered: and 128 3, 88 | the return of mortal ~sins previously dispelled, else it would 129 3, 88 | disposition of ~avarice previously dispelled, so that one contrary 130 3, 88 | caused by acts of sins ~previously pardoned, return through 131 3, 88 | punishment due to the sins previously forgiven, not as caused ~ 132 3, 88 | and much less ~is penance previously done forgotten as to the 133 3, 88 | subsequent mortal sin, the sins previously pardoned return, on account 134 3, 88 | cause of the return of sins previously forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT TP 135 3, 88 | great as that of the sins previously pardoned?~Aquin.: SMT TP 136 3, 88 | great as that of the ~sins previously pardoned. Because the greatness 137 3, 88 | grievous than any one of ~those previously pardoned. Therefore the 138 3, 88 | not equal to that of sins previously forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT TP 139 3, 88 | equal to that of ~the sins previously pardoned, in addition to 140 3, 88 | the greatness ~of the sins previously pardoned. Because it may 141 3, 88 | or the greater the sins ~previously pardoned, the greater must 142 3, 88 | the quantity of the sins previously pardoned: but the sin of ~ 143 3, 88 | causes the return of sins previously forgiven, is a special sin. 144 3, 89 | sinful deeds that ~deeds, previously done in charity, are deadened, 145 3, 89 | subsequent Penance, so ~are deeds previously done in charity, deadened 146 3, 89 | Hence it follows that deeds previously deadened, ~recover, through 147 Suppl, 1 | Therefore the sorrow that was previously lifeless, while guilt remained, ~ 148 Suppl, 1 | whereby it was not quickened previously: whereas this cannot ~be 149 Suppl, 9 | remembers a sin which he had ~previously forgotten, he ought to confess 150 Suppl, 10| from guilt through ~being previously in his desire. Afterwards 151 Suppl, 14| for sins ~for which he was previously contrite?~Aquin.: SMT XP 152 Suppl, 29| anointings the matter is previously ~consecrated. Therefore 153 Suppl, 35| priests without having previously received the lower Orders 154 Suppl, 35| higher orders who had ~not previously humbled himself in the lower 155 Suppl, 35| which ~is the head should be previously a foot; and thus it is in 156 Suppl, 40| episcopal power unless ~he have previously the priestly power. Therefore 157 Suppl, 41| not being directed, he was previously ~directed by his reason.~ 158 Suppl, 46| obligation to keep an oath previously taken. If, therefore, ~after 159 Suppl, 46| not ~keep the oath he took previously does not disobey the Divine 160 Suppl, 46| deed to ~the promise he has previously made. Therefore it would 161 Suppl, 46| the promise of which has previously been made ~in words expressive 162 Suppl, 49| not go ~beyond the bounds previously appointed by reason before 163 Suppl, 50| the "crime of adultery" previously committed with her is an ~ 164 Suppl, 51| If she did not consent previously to marry his brother, she ~ 165 Suppl, 51| husband. If, however, she had previously consented to ~take the first 166 Suppl, 53| use marriage contracted previously, ~although they cannot be 167 Suppl, 55| decreasing then, although ~previously he reached his actual quantity 168 Suppl, 55| something, having been moved previously, such as the relation between ~ 169 Suppl, 59| unbeliever whom he had married previously, the danger is the same, 170 Suppl, 59| Christ dissolves the marriage previously contracted in unbelief. ~ 171 Suppl, 62| he be a stranger, without previously admonishing him privately ( 172 Suppl, 62| the Church, unless he has previously rebuked her in private.~ 173 Suppl, 62| strict law, a husband who was previously ~innocent should not be 174 Suppl, 66| signification if the bridegroom previously had a ~concubine. But this 175 Suppl, 72| world ~of which he had said previously (De Civ. Dei xx, 13): "The 176 Suppl, 81| through that plenum as it did ~previously through a vacuum, since 177 Suppl, 87| when the thing apprehended ~previously by the intellect is good 178 Suppl, 88| afterwards that was not ~previously in some likeness [*Cf. FP, 179 Suppl, 88| dumb animals, which had ~previously died, will have to rise 180 Suppl, 93| consequently this wound previously received for the faith is ~ 181 Suppl, 93| days in peace, although previously he had ~undergone certain 182 Suppl, 95| from the choice ~whereby he previously sinned [*Cf. FP, Q[64], 183 Suppl, 95| sorry for that in which previously ~they took pleasure." Therefore


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