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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exterior

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | the species), or by some exterior agent - as heat is caused 2 1, 3 | be caused either by some exterior agent or by its ~essential 3 1, 8 | import an act ~passing to an exterior object. In another sense 4 1, 14 | operation proceeds to the exterior effect, we treat ~first 5 1, 14 | operation as proceeding to ~the exterior effect. Now because to understand 6 1, 27 | proceeding forth to its exterior effect, as, for ~instance, 7 1, 27 | external matter, or to ~an exterior effect; which kind of procession 8 1, 34 | two things found in the exterior word - that ~is, the vocal 9 1, 34 | called a word: ~wherefore the exterior vocal sound is called a 10 1, 34 | anyone may ~also manifest by exterior signs. Therefore, although 11 1, 34 | God which passes into some exterior effect, as to create and 12 1, 34 | which does not pass into an exterior effect, ~but abides in the 13 1, 34 | action of God ~passing into exterior effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 14 1, 49 | accident: for ~instance, the exterior surrounding cold heats ( 15 1, 49 | unless it is impeded by some exterior thing; and ~this amounts 16 1, 50 | accident: for ~instance, the exterior surrounding cold heats ( 17 1, 50 | unless it is impeded by some exterior thing; and ~this amounts 18 1, 77 | vegetative part;~(3) The exterior senses;~(4) The interior 19 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Whether the five exterior senses are properly distinguished?~ 20 1, 77 | inaccurate to distinguish five exterior senses. But ~there are many 21 1, 77 | number and distinction of the exterior senses must ~therefore be 22 1, 77 | naturally immuted by the ~exterior sensible. Wherefore the 23 1, 77 | sensible. Wherefore the exterior cause of such immutation 24 1, 77 | to the diversity ~of that exterior cause are the sensitive 25 1, 77 | in addition to the proper exterior senses.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 26 1, 77 | apprehension when the proper and exterior sense suffices. But the 27 1, 77 | suffices. But the proper ~and exterior senses suffice for us to 28 1, 77 | such intentions, which the exterior sense does not perceive. ~ 29 1, 77 | root and principle of the exterior senses.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 30 1, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The exterior senses require for action 31 1, 80 | senses require for action exterior sensible ~things, whereby 32 1, 80 | apprehensive, do ~not require exterior things. Therefore they are 33 1, 90 | other animals in some of the exterior ~senses; thus of all animals 34 1, 90 | keep it from being hurt by exterior things; as we see in ~other 35 1, 92 | first the species of the exterior body; secondly, the act ~ 36 1, 93 | first man was not impeded by exterior things from a clear ~and 37 1, 93 | the soul "passing from exterior things to concentrate its 38 1, 93 | movement of the soul from exterior things to ~itself, the soul' 39 1, 95 | as not to receive from ~exterior sources more or less advantage 40 1, 104 | principle may be caused ~by an exterior principle; and so to be 41 1, 106 | speaks to ~oneself; and exterior, whereby one speaks to another. 42 1, 106 | one speaks to another. But exterior speech ~takes place by some 43 1, 107 | seems to regard more the exterior ministrations; for he says 44 1, 110 | moved in many ways by the exterior principle, as above ~explained.~ 45 1, 111 | contemplation is obscured by ~exterior occupation; because we give 46 1, 111 | contrary, regulates his ~exterior actions by intellectual 47 1, 111 | higher ranks fulfil ~no exterior service."~Aquin.: SMT FP 48 1, 112 | are ~they deprived of that exterior help granted by God to the 49 1, 116 | effects proceeding from an ~exterior principle, some proceed 50 1, 116 | principle, some proceed from the exterior principle alone; as ~the 51 1, 116 | proceed sometimes from an exterior principle, sometimes from 52 1, 116 | sick man, sometimes by an ~exterior principle, namely by the 53 1, 116 | we must ~remark that the exterior principle, art, acts, not 54 1, 116 | own research; and from an ~exterior principle, as is clear in 55 1, 116 | the teacher only brings exterior help as ~the physician who 56 1, 116 | suffice to work a change in exterior bodies, ~except by means 57 1, 116 | substance. Therefore it can move exterior bodies by its ~command.~ 58 2, 6 | violence can prevent the exterior members from ~executing 59 2, 6 | compelled or violent is from an ~exterior principle. Consequently 60 2, 9 | the will is moved by an exterior principle?~Aquin.: SMT FS 61 2, 9 | is not moved by anything exterior. ~For the movement of the 62 2, 9 | will is not ~from anything exterior.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[4] 63 2, 9 | cannot ~be moved by anything exterior.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[4] 64 2, 9 | is not moved by anything exterior.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[4] 65 2, 9 | the will can be something exterior, offered to the ~sense. 66 2, 9 | can be moved by something exterior.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[4] 67 2, 9 | can be moved by something exterior. But in so far as it is 68 2, 9 | it to be moved by some ~exterior principle.~Aquin.: SMT FS 69 2, 9 | the instigation of some exterior ~mover, as Aristotle concludes 70 2, 9 | the will is moved by an ~exterior principle: for it is the 71 2, 9 | is to say, in ~so far as exterior bodies, which move the will, 72 2, 9 | in the same way as some exterior agent moves the will, as 73 2, 9 | and again, in so far as exterior bodies ~are moved in accordance 74 2, 9 | is moved by God alone, as exterior principle?~Aquin.: SMT FS 75 2, 9 | not moved by God alone as exterior ~principle. For it is natural 76 2, 9 | moved by an angel also, as exterior ~principle.~Aquin.: SMT 77 2, 9 | voluntary movement be from an exterior principle ~that is not the 78 2, 10 | moved of necessity by the exterior mover which is God?~Aquin.: 79 2, 10 | moved of necessity by the exterior mover which is God?~Aquin.: 80 2, 13 | this or that opinion. It is exterior action that is put in ~contradistinction 81 2, 19 | supervene in regard to the exterior action, which ~obstacles 82 2, 19 | the interior act and the exterior act of the ~will: since 83 2, 19 | intense, the interior ~or exterior act may be not so intense, 84 2, 19 | intensity of the interior or exterior ~act, may be referred to 85 2, 19 | goodness in the interior or exterior act does not depend on the 86 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The exterior action is the object of 87 2, 20 | will is compared to the exterior action, as its efficient 88 2, 20 | cause, is the form of the exterior action.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 89 2, 22 | power, the principle of the exterior ~action: and this for the 90 2, 31 | exultation" is ~derived from the exterior signs of inward delight, 91 2, 35 | to be sought?~(7) Whether exterior pain is greater than interior?~( 92 2, 35 | from the apprehension of an exterior sense; and from the interior ~ 93 2, 35 | to more objects than the exterior apprehension: ~because whatever 94 2, 35 | whatever things come under the exterior apprehension, come under ~ 95 2, 35 | pleasure which ~is caused by an exterior apprehension, is called 96 2, 35 | pain which is caused by an exterior apprehension, is called 97 2, 35 | distinction of interior and exterior apprehension; although, 98 2, 35 | answer that, Interior and exterior pain agree in one point 99 2, 44 | 1/2~I answer that, Man's exterior actions are caused by the 100 2, 44 | is always apt to hinder exterior action, on account of the 101 2, 50 | 2~On the other hand the exterior apprehensive powers, as 102 2, 57 | 1: Work is of two kinds, exterior and interior. Accordingly ~ 103 2, 57 | faculty, is concerned with exterior work, to which the speculative 104 2, 68 | reason in his ~interior and exterior actions. Consequently man 105 2, 71 | act, either interior or ~exterior - interior, as when a man 106 2, 71 | when he ~is bound to go - exterior, as when a man, at the very 107 2, 71 | all, whether interior or exterior, as when a man, at the time 108 2, 71 | case ~the act, interior or exterior, is accidental to the omission, 109 2, 71 | commanded by the ~will, e.g. the exterior actions of speech or operation. 110 2, 78 | act is the cause of the exterior act, and one sin is the ~ 111 2, 87 | with anger or envy, or an exterior ~act, as is the case with 112 2, 91 | are hidden, but only of exterior acts which appear: and ~ 113 2, 91 | because it directs not only exterior, but also ~interior acts; " 114 2, 100 | the interior passions and exterior actions. It is ~therefore 115 2, 102 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 9: Further, exterior consecration signifies interior 116 2, 103 | and charity. Consequently exterior worship had to be ~subject 117 2, 107 | thought to ~refer only to the exterior act: wherefore Our Lord 118 2, 108 | kingdom of God consists not in exterior, but ~only in interior acts, 119 2, 108 | prohibitions and ~commands about exterior deeds, but only about interior 120 2, 109 | We must now consider the exterior principle of human acts, 121 2, 109 | proportionate condition; but without exterior help it ~cannot be restored 122 2, 111 | But there is ~another, exterior act; and since it is commanded 123 2, 113 | justifying grace by the exterior rite of Baptism, or of any 124 2, 113 | is the very first, but in exterior movements the removal of 125 2, 26 | to appoint a mode to the exterior effect ~of charity, according 126 2, 26 | to ~my God"; whereas the exterior acts are as means to the 127 2, 27 | interior effects, (2) the exterior ~effects. As to the first, 128 2, 34 | vanquished heart, the very exterior itself shows how ~forcibly 129 2, 42 | by "the soul"; and the exterior executive power signified 130 2, 64 | competent to man in respect of exterior ~things. One is the power 131 2, 69 | of madmen and minors - or exterior, as in the ~case of the 132 2, 80 | we shall consider its exterior acts, which are secondary. 133 2, 81 | as the human mind excels exterior things, whether bodily ~ 134 2, 82 | SS Q[84] Out. Para. 1/2 - EXTERIOR ACTS OF RELIGION (QQ[84]- 135 2, 82 | adoration, which consists in ~an exterior humbling of the body. And 136 2, 82 | import, it follows that exterior adoration is offered on 137 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, exterior adoration is directed to 138 2, 82 | existing everywhere. Therefore ~exterior adoration does not require 139 2, 115 | matter of liberality, while ~exterior money is the object of those 140 2, 116 | and consequently in the exterior taking and keeping of money, ~ 141 2, 120 | necessary respecting the exterior worship that consists in 142 2, 120 | decalogue describes the exterior worship of God as the sign 143 2, 121 | Sometimes a person performs the exterior act of a virtue ~without 144 2, 139 | whatever pertains to the ~exterior. Therefore temperance is 145 2, 143 | seems to pertain ~rather to exterior conduct, according to 1 146 2, 178 | the soul's proceeding from exterior sensibles to ~the knowledge 147 3, 7 | itself does not need an exterior help. Therefore, since the ~ 148 3, 7 | acts both ~interior and exterior, so likewise gratuitous 149 3, 7 | is ordained to ~certain exterior acts manifestive of the 150 3, 8 | senses, both interior and exterior, whereas in the other ~members 151 3, 8 | pre-eminence over the other ~exterior members; but the heart has 152 3, 8 | secondly, by a certain exterior ~guidance, inasmuch as by 153 3, 8 | head, man is guided in his exterior acts. Now the interior influx 154 3, 8 | Church, as regards their exterior guidance, can belong to ~ 155 3, 8 | that passage in regard to ~exterior government; as a king is 156 3, 8 | interior influence and ~exterior governance, and thus Christ 157 3, 8 | stated (A[6]); or as regards exterior governance, and thus every 158 3, 8 | pervert some in his day by exterior ~persuasion; nevertheless 159 3, 13 | was incapable of making exterior bodies swerve from the course 160 3, 15 | pertain to the body, or to the exterior things that ~minister to 161 3, 15 | says ~(Ethic. i, 8), that exterior goods minister "organically" 162 3, 30 | a higher power than the exterior ~sense: but because the 163 3, 30 | drawn within a body, the exterior parts tremble. ~Secondly, 164 3, 46 | mitigated, and even the exterior suffering, from some ~consideration 165 3, 62 | produced by making use of exterior things. Now nothing ~hinders 166 3, 62 | we consider the use of exterior things. Consequently, the 167 3, 63 | a thing as regards the ~exterior sacrament, and a sacrament 168 3, 63 | protestation of faith ~expressed by exterior signs. Consequently, a character 169 3, 63 | purpose of marriage. Now the exterior ~worship to which a character 170 3, 64 | effect without conferring the exterior sacrament. ~Thus it is clear 171 3, 66 | especially in relation to ~the exterior members, is the head, wherein 172 3, 66 | senses, both interior ~and exterior, flourish. And therefore, 173 3, 68 | one confessing: whereas no exterior punishment is ~enjoined 174 3, 68 | first. But as none of the ~exterior parts of the body belong 175 3, 90 | not a sacrament, but only ~exterior penance which is perceptible 176 3, 90 | virtually, it belongs to exterior penance, ~inasmuch as it 177 Suppl, 5 | sorrow show itself in the exterior members: ~wherefore it is 178 Suppl, 37| exercising ~an act on an exterior matter, wherefore the character 179 Suppl, 88| will nevertheless be in exterior darkness, since even the 180 Suppl, 93| not in respect of the ~exterior infliction, but because 181 Suppl, 94| feet, and cast him into the exterior darkness." Commenting on 182 Suppl, 94| be described as cast into exterior darkness."~Aquin.: SMT XP 183 Appen1, 1| as fever or the ~like, or exterior as burning and so forth.


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