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determinative 2
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183 exterior
183 gratuitous
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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determined

    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | received in matter, the form is determined to this one particular ~ 2 1, 7 | the part of the form not determined by ~matter, has the nature 3 1, 7 | and thus ~its matter is determined by form. But because matter, 4 1, 7 | every natural body has some determined substantial form. Since 5 1, 11 | inasmuch as His ~being is not determined by any nature to which it 6 1, 12 | for every created form is determined according to some ~aspect 7 1, 12 | inasmuch as the intellect is ~determined by faith to some knowable 8 1, 13 | suppositum" with a nature or determined form in which it subsists. ~ 9 1, 13 | some mode of substance is determined, ~whereas this name HE WHO 10 1, 14 | determinate effect unless it were ~determined to one thing by the appetite, 11 1, 14 | one of two terms, ~but as determined to one; and on account of 12 1, 14 | contingent thing not yet determined to one; forasmuch ~as a 13 1, 18 | the ~action being alike determined for them by their nature. 14 1, 18 | naturally possesses, is not determined ~by another, must have life 15 1, 19 | contingent cause must be determined to act by ~some external 16 1, 19 | necessity of His nature, but determined effects ~proceed from His 17 1, 19 | the intellect only is ~not determined to exist or not to exist 18 1, 22 | prefixed operating force determined to only the one effect; 19 1, 23 | it is said ~that Eleazar "determined not to do any unlawful things 20 1, 25 | naturally and from any necessity determined to those things. ~Whence 21 1, 25 | because His will cannot be determined ~from necessity to this 22 1, 29 | means ~the singular in a determined "genus," it is more correct 23 1, 30 | community has been variously determined by those ~who have examined 24 1, 31 | feminine is expressed the determined subject in the common nature. ~ 25 1, 37 | of an action includes a determined effect, ~the principle of 26 1, 37 | action does ~not include a determined effect, then in that case, 27 1, 41 | such a way that nature is determined to one, while the will ~ 28 1, 41 | while the will ~is not determined to one; and this because 29 1, 41 | said (A[2]), and nature is ~determined to one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 30 1, 45 | has a form, whereby it is determined to a species, and ~has relation 31 1, 46 | the form preconceived and determined by the ~agent, as appears 32 1, 50 | species according as it is determined to ~some special grade of 33 1, 50 | another thing which is determined, and this is the matter; 34 1, 50 | determinator and thing ~determined; each thing by its own self 35 1, 50 | its "being" ~is finite as determined to some one special nature.~ 36 1, 50 | bodies fall within some small determined number, which we can apprehend. ~ 37 1, 50 | nobler than "genus," as the determined is ~more noble than the 38 1, 50 | according to the various determined ~degrees of sensitive nature; 39 1, 52 | all things, but to one ~determined thing. For whatever is compared 40 1, 52 | compared therewith as one determined thing. Consequently since 41 1, 56 | to the universe which ~He determined to make. Therefore had God 42 1, 59 | his ~intellect were not determined to every truth which he 43 1, 59 | angel if his will be not determined with regard to things beneath 44 1, 62 | intention is centered upon ~one determined end, to which he intends 45 1, 62 | there must be some one ~determined thing to which every rational 46 1, 76 | Further, every form is determined according to the nature 47 1, 77 | objects. For nothing is determined to its species by what is ~ 48 1, 37 | of an action includes a determined effect, ~the principle of 49 1, 37 | action does ~not include a determined effect, then in that case, 50 1, 41 | such a way that nature is determined to one, while the will ~ 51 1, 41 | while the will ~is not determined to one; and this because 52 1, 41 | said (A[2]), and nature is ~determined to one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 53 1, 46 | has a form, whereby it is determined to a species, and ~has relation 54 1, 47 | the form preconceived and determined by the ~agent, as appears 55 1, 51 | species according as it is determined to ~some special grade of 56 1, 51 | another thing which is determined, and this is the matter; 57 1, 51 | determinator and thing ~determined; each thing by its own self 58 1, 51 | its "being" ~is finite as determined to some one special nature.~ 59 1, 51 | bodies fall within some small determined number, which we can apprehend. ~ 60 1, 51 | nobler than "genus," as the determined is ~more noble than the 61 1, 51 | according to the various determined ~degrees of sensitive nature; 62 1, 53 | all things, but to one ~determined thing. For whatever is compared 63 1, 53 | compared therewith as one determined thing. Consequently since 64 1, 57 | to the universe which ~He determined to make. Therefore had God 65 1, 60 | his ~intellect were not determined to every truth which he 66 1, 60 | angel if his will be not determined with regard to things beneath 67 1, 63 | intention is centered upon ~one determined end, to which he intends 68 1, 63 | there must be some one ~determined thing to which every rational 69 1, 75 | Further, every form is determined according to the nature 70 1, 76 | objects. For nothing is determined to its species by what is ~ 71 1, 79 | knowledge, ~each one is determined to its own natural being 72 1, 81 | things, and therefore it ~is determined to nothing of necessity.~ 73 1, 81 | will is not ~of necessity determined to one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 74 1, 83 | the nature of a result is determined by its ~principles, they 75 1, 83 | the form of a ~thing is determined to some one thing. Wherefore 76 1, 83 | thereof, because ~it is determined to a certain species other 77 1, 88 | singulars to ~which they are determined by former knowledge in this 78 1, 88 | singulars, by being in a way determined to them, either by some 79 1, 91 | principle; and since it is determined to one ~thing, it has also 80 1, 102 | Further, what is necessarily determined by its own nature to one ~ 81 1, 102 | by a certain necessity ~determined to something particular 82 1, 102 | those beings which are ~determined to a particular thing, is 83 1, 104 | none ~of them, unless it is determined to a particular one by some 84 1, 109 | things have their actions determined ~by the nature divinely 85 1, 109 | individualized by matter, ~and determined to the "here and now"; whereas 86 1, 114 | participated thereby, and ~determined and limited thereto; and 87 1, 114 | is in corporeal matter is determined to this matter individualized ~ 88 1, 114 | of its ~being a form not determined by matter subject to quantity, 89 1, 114 | to the fact that it ~is determined to this matter, it owes 90 2, 1 | must, of ~necessity, be determined to some certain one, which 91 2, 3 | perfection of any power is determined by the nature of its object. 92 2, 4 | operation. But operations are ~determined by their objects: and there 93 2, 10 | none of which is the will determined.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[10] A[ 94 2, 12 | of the end without having determined the means which are the ~ 95 2, 14 | his letters, for this is determined by art. Secondly, from the ~ 96 2, 18 | if it lacks the quantity determined by reason, or its ~due place, 97 2, 39 | Everyone, as he hath determined in his heart, not with sadness, 98 2, 49 | potentia materiae] is ~determined to its substantial being, 99 2, 49 | potentiality of the subject is determined to its accidental being, 100 2, 49 | and then it ~needs to be determined by something else. But if 101 2, 49 | because they are of themselves determined ~to one mode of operation.~ 102 2, 49 | necessary that the ~powers be determined to good.~ 103 2, 50 | because the natural forces are determined to one mode of operation; 104 2, 50 | far as the soul is ~not determined to one operation, but is 105 2, 54 | too, is a passive ~power determined by the nature of one active 106 2, 63 | perfectly, since ~nature is determined to one, while the perfection 107 2, 72 | active principles are always determined to the same ~acts; so that 108 2, 72 | the acts of sins, are not ~determined, of necessity, to one act, 109 2, 72 | voluntary acts, not being ~determined to one act, do not suffice 110 2, 72 | acts, ~unless the will be determined to one by the intention 111 2, 80 | but that the human will be determined to an evil counsel, is ~ 112 2, 88 | or species of an act ~is determined by its object. For, when 113 2, 95 | an end, its form must be ~determined proportionately to that 114 2, 99 | general, and require to be determined: and they are determined ~ 115 2, 99 | determined: and they are determined ~both by human law and by 116 2, 99 | yet each of them has to be determined by ~Divine or human law, 117 2, 100 | 1 Macc. 2:4): "And they determined in that day, saying: ~Whosoever 118 2, 102 | of immolation should be determined, especially ~as regards 119 2, 103 | our neighbor is ~a matter determined by the judicial precepts, 120 2, 105 | things should have been determined for the ~livelihood of the 121 2, 105 | 14, seqq.): and then ~He determined two points: first, that 122 2, 109 | by God has power for a ~determined act, which it can bring 123 2, 114 | inasmuch as free-will is determined to good by consummate grace, ~ 124 2, 2 | intellect of the believer is determined to one object, ~not by the 125 2, 2 | act of the intellect as determined to one object by the will.~ 126 2, 23 | to this ~increase can be determined, because whenever charity 127 2, 25 | rest ~within the limits determined by God. But in the second 128 2, 33 | virtue or ~vice, unless it be determined by some addition. Now nothing, 129 2, 38 | 2:41): The Jews rightly ~determined . . . saying: "Whosoever 130 2, 43 | corresponding to wisdom should be determined in respect of the ~love 131 2, 59 | observing the ~mean which is determined in accordance with reason. 132 2, 60 | Nevertheless the same might be determined by human law, and then the 133 2, 65 | But in matters ~that are determined in accordance with Divine 134 2, 68 | number of witnesses may be ~determined, the evidence might sometimes 135 2, 76 | human affairs justice is determined by civil laws. ~Now civil 136 2, 83 | inflicted on them is ~a matter determined by God or by man. In like 137 2, 84 | such a quantity, was indeed determined in the ~Old Law by divine 138 2, 85 | the natural law, but was determined by divine institution, ~ 139 2, 86 | Everyone as he hath ~determined in his heart, not with sadness, 140 2, 146 | while the gravity of sin is determined with regard to the ~aversion. 141 2, 152 | is called matrimony, is determined by some law. What this ~ 142 2, 152 | of its species, which is determined according to the good to 143 2, 152 | reason presupposes ~things as determined by nature, before disposing 144 2, 152 | to act against things as determined by nature. ~Therefore, since 145 2, 152 | transgresses that which has ~been determined by nature with regard to 146 2, 152 | merely of that which is determined by right reason, on the ~ 147 2, 169 | causes, they are not so determined but that ~they can happen 148 3, 7 | that of other forms, is determined by the ~Divine wisdom, according 149 3, 7 | of the form to which a ~determined quantity is due, even as 150 3, 7 | even as other accidents are determined. Hence ~the Philosopher 151 3, 8 | Or with reference to a determined time as the Pope is ~the 152 3, 8 | and with reference to a determined state, inasmuch as they 153 3, 18 | But Christ's will was ~determined to good, since He could 154 3, 18 | follows counsel only as ~determined by judgment. For what we 155 3, 18 | The will of Christ, though determined to good, is not ~determined 156 3, 18 | determined to good, is not ~determined to this or that good. Hence 157 3, 46 | according to that which is determined"; and (Lk. ~24:44,46): " 158 3, 60 | sanctification, but this should be determined by ~Divine institution. 159 3, 60 | use those things which are determined by Divine ~institution.~ 160 3, 60 | Scripture, so ~also must it be determined by Divine institution what 161 3, 60 | the worship of God were determined by inward instinct. But ~ 162 3, 64 | uses, it must needs ~be determined to one, if that one has 163 3, 64 | Consequently, it needs to be determined to one ~purpose, i.e. the 164 3, 74 | of this sacrament must be determined by comparison with the use 165 3, 74 | faithful. But this cannot be determined by comparison with the use ~ 166 3, 74 | of this sacrament to be determined in reference to ~the number 167 3, 76 | being of every thing is determined by what ~belongs to it of 168 3, 78 | under the senses, and can be determined in relation to the senses. ~ 169 3, 83 | mystery has been properly ~determined?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 170 3, 83 | mystery has not been ~properly determined. For as was observed above ( 171 3, 83 | this mystery ought to be determined by each of these ~considerations. 172 3, 84 | of the natural law were determined in ~various ways in the 173 Suppl, 6 | receiving the ~Eucharist is determined by the Decretals (Cap. Omnis 174 Suppl, 12| in certain virtues, is determined by some external act, ~since 175 Suppl, 17| enforce it, since judgment is ~determined to one particular thing, 176 Suppl, 29| and consequently cannot be determined ~to any particular effect 177 Suppl, 32| For no kind of sickness is determined in the fifth chapter of ~ 178 Suppl, 40| can consecrate any matter determined by Christ, ~nor is anything 179 Suppl, 42| such and such a crime is determined by positive law.~Aquin.: 180 Suppl, 42| various things that had to be ~determined in connection with marriage. 181 Suppl, 58| De sponsal. impub.) it is determined that ~marriage may not be 182 Suppl, 79| its specific nature, is determined to some ~special active 183 Suppl, 89| whereby either sight is determined to a special ~object, for


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