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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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preceding

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | a body ~as proved in the preceding Article; therefore He is 2 1, 3 | essence, as shown in the ~preceding article, but also His own 3 1, 3 | differ, as shown in the preceding article. Therefore it is 4 1, 5 | goodness, as was said in the preceding ~article.~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 6 | God, as was ~said in the preceding article, inasmuch as all 6 1, 7 | matter, as was shown in the preceding article, by the same rule, 7 1, 10 | whole; as was said in the preceding article. But ~words denoting 8 1, 10 | movement, as appears from the preceding article. Hence, as ~God 9 1, 10 | was shown above, in the preceding ~article; because even if 10 1, 11 | one," as appears from the preceding article. Therefore ~"one" 11 1, 12 | God, as was shown in the preceding article, it is necessary 12 1, 12 | what is said ~above, in the preceding article.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 13 | answer that, According to the preceding article, our knowledge of 14 1, 13 | same way, as said in the preceding article, ~all perfections 15 1, 16 | apprehend its not-being ~as preceding its being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 24 | Now it is clear from the preceding (Q[23], A[4]) ~that all 17 1, 47 | inequality of parts through any preceding inequality, either of merits 18 1, 48 | mentioned aptitude less than a ~preceding sin, but perchance either 19 1, 53 | was observed above in the preceding article, the local ~motion 20 1, 53 | but in the whole of the preceding time, he is either in the ~ 21 1, 53 | in the ~place immediately preceding, which is taken as the term " 22 1, 53 | during the whole of the ~preceding time he is in the term " 23 1, 53 | during the whole of the preceding time he is in the term ~" 24 1, 53 | during the ~whole of the preceding time, and afterwards in 25 1, 53 | which he was ~last in the preceding place. But where there are 26 1, 56 | actual knowledge without any preceding change or reception. ~From 27 1, 58 | morning is the end of the preceding ~day, and the beginning 28 1, 58 | praise their knowledge of the preceding work. Noonday is comprised ~ 29 1, 62 | acquired habits, the operation preceding ~the habit is productive 30 1, 63 | and there was no ~habit preceding his first sinful act, nor 31 1, 63 | thereby destroying their ~preceding merit; and consequently 32 1, 66 | changed; ~for since that preceding form bestowed actual substantial 33 1, 68 | firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding verse it said ~that "God 34 1, 72 | having been mentioned in the preceding account of the making of ~ 35 1, 74 | day, ~therefore, of the preceding work is one with the day 36 1, 48 | inequality of parts through any preceding inequality, either of merits 37 1, 49 | mentioned aptitude less than a ~preceding sin, but perchance either 38 1, 54 | was observed above in the preceding article, the local ~motion 39 1, 54 | but in the whole of the preceding time, he is either in the ~ 40 1, 54 | in the ~place immediately preceding, which is taken as the term " 41 1, 54 | during the whole of the ~preceding time he is in the term " 42 1, 54 | during the whole of the preceding time he is in the term ~" 43 1, 54 | during the ~whole of the preceding time, and afterwards in 44 1, 54 | which he was ~last in the preceding place. But where there are 45 1, 57 | actual knowledge without any preceding change or reception. ~From 46 1, 59 | morning is the end of the preceding ~day, and the beginning 47 1, 59 | praise their knowledge of the preceding work. Noonday is comprised ~ 48 1, 63 | acquired habits, the operation preceding ~the habit is productive 49 1, 64 | and there was no ~habit preceding his first sinful act, nor 50 1, 64 | thereby destroying their ~preceding merit; and consequently 51 1, 67 | changed; ~for since that preceding form bestowed actual substantial 52 1, 69 | firmament heaven"; just as in a preceding verse it said ~that "God 53 1, 71 | having been mentioned in the preceding account of the making of ~ 54 1, 73 | day, ~therefore, of the preceding work is one with the day 55 1, 81 | stop at ~the intellect as preceding all the rest. For every 56 1, 82 | the choice belongs to ~the preceding counsel, which is an act 57 1, 90 | without the ~aid of any preceding material form. For this 58 1, 98 | infancy; as ~is clear from his preceding remark that "even when close 59 1, 107 | threefold manner. First as preceding ~from God as the first universal 60 1, 107 | according to the ~difference of preceding merit. As to the execution 61 1, 107 | conclusion depends on all the preceding middle terms not only in 62 1, 107 | anyone forgets any of ~the preceding middle terms he can have 63 1, 116 | the Apostle, who in the preceding verses says: "To me, the 64 1, 117 | without corruption of the preceding perfection. And ~this is 65 2, 11 | it, to which a number of preceding things are referred, may 66 2, 16 | hinders the use of one thing preceding the choice of ~another. 67 2, 17 | And since the power of the preceding act continues in the ~act 68 2, 17 | nothing hinders one part from preceding another. Thus the soul, 69 2, 17 | sensitive appetite. First, as preceding it: thus a man may ~be disposed 70 2, 19 | of the will; first, as preceding it, secondly as following [* 71 2, 19 | when it is ~added to a preceding act of the will; for instance, 72 2, 27 | in ~its turn, by another preceding love; for none takes pleasure 73 2, 28 | considered in ~relation to the preceding apprehension; since movement 74 2, 40 | expectation, on ~account of the preceding inspection of the cognitive 75 2, 52 | and lies between ~the two preceding opinions. For they held 76 2, 67 | reason. But in the state preceding the resurrection, the irrational 77 2, 69 | corresponds, in a way, to all the preceding seven.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 78 2, 71 | united ~with the omission or preceding it. Now if this cause be 79 2, 71 | an act united with, ~or preceding the omission, but that this 80 2, 75 | but is made actual by the ~preceding movements, both of the sensitive 81 2, 77 | Accordingly if we take passion as preceding the sinful act, it must ~ 82 2, 77 | referred to the will as preceding the ~passion, as is the 83 2, 83 | infect the ~intellect, as preceding the others.~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 87 | to be the punishment of a preceding sin. Secondly, by reason 85 2, 87 | not only in respect of a preceding ~sin, but also with regard 86 2, 90 | 2/2~Thus from the four preceding articles, the definition 87 2, 91 | perfect law, when, by the preceding law, they had been led to 88 2, 98 | reason is given in the ~preceding verse: "That the Lord might 89 2, 109 | passions, as appears from the preceding article. And hence after ~ 90 2, 110 | question depends on the preceding. For if grace is ~the same 91 2, 111 | not given on account of preceding merits is ~given gratis. 92 2, 111 | is given to man without preceding ~merit, since nature is 93 2, 111 | number of effects - one preceding another. Hence it with regard 94 2, 113 | matter is disposed by a ~preceding alteration, the substantial 95 2, 113 | last instant ~in which the preceding is, and a first instant 96 2, 114 | gratuitous gift by virtue ~of the preceding grace, it would not be the 97 2, 114 | merit - the motion of the preceding grace not extending to ~ 98 2, 114 | but less meritorious than ~preceding acts, on account of the 99 2, 114 | arises an impediment to the preceding merit, so ~that it does 100 2, 1 | symbol does not cancel a preceding one; rather does it expound ~ 101 2, 1 | matters more fully than the preceding council, if ~this became 102 2, 2 | of the form, nor can a ~preceding disposition, before the 103 2, 2 | both the subject and the preceding disposition act by ~virtue 104 2, 2 | the believer. ~First, as preceding the act of the will; as, 105 2, 23 | charity is caused in man by preceding acts or by a Divine ~infusion?~( 106 2, 23 | charity is caused in us from preceding acts, and not from infusion.~ 107 2, 27 | habit except through the preceding act, hence it is that the 108 2, 27 | named in reference to that preceding act, although those ~other 109 2, 30 | the case of a monk, in the preceding Reply. For though the wife 110 2, 42 | perfections mentioned in the preceding ~reply: and it consists 111 2, 51 | on ~account either of a preceding negligence, or of the consequent 112 2, 77 | this is on account of a preceding cause by reason ~of which 113 2, 88 | answer that, As stated in the preceding article, there are two ways ~ 114 2, 97 | murder, as stated in the ~preceding objection. Therefore it 115 2, 104 | OBJ 6: As stated in the preceding reply, repayment of a favor ~ 116 2, 107 | of life, as stated in the preceding A[2], ad 3.~Aquin.: SMT 117 2, 108 | truth, as stated in the ~preceding Article: and truth is a 118 2, 108 | already merited ~it by their preceding kindliness, as the objection 119 2, 109 | not his, as stated in the ~preceding article, it follows that 120 2, 115 | As stated in this and the preceding Article, it belongs to ~ 121 2, 127 | as stated above in the preceding Question (ad 6) and in ~ 122 2, 127 | integral part, as stated in the preceding Question.~Aquin.: SMT SS 123 2, 130 | little of, as stated in the preceding Reply. But if we consider ~ 124 2, 132 | stated above and in the preceding Article. Now art is in the 125 2, 148 | resulting defect and the preceding act. on the ~part of the 126 2, 148 | But on the part of the preceding act, a ~distinction would 127 2, 148 | of Lot. If, however, the ~preceding act was sinful, the person 128 2, 148 | the ~voluntariness of the preceding act, inasmuch as it was 129 3, 1 | which are assigned in the preceding ~article have to do with 130 3, 2 | Whoever can find ~merits preceding the singular generation 131 3, 2 | Head, may also find ~merits preceding the repeated regeneration 132 3, 5 | the same ~arguments as the preceding. First, because it runs 133 3, 13 | since, as he says in the preceding chapter (De Fide Orth. xix, ~ 134 3, 18 | to be done, without any preceding doubt or inquiry, ~this 135 3, 41 | it does apply to the two preceding ~temptations.~Aquin.: SMT 136 3, 41 | manner [the devil] in the preceding temptations tried to lead ~[ 137 3, 46 | from the evening of the preceding day. When it is said, then, 138 3, 48 | securing the effect of His preceding merits: ~consequently, in 139 3, 48 | special effect, which His preceding ~merits did not possess, 140 3, 49 | truth, not on account of any preceding merit, but from the very 141 3, 53 | Reply OBJ 3: As everything preceding Christ's coming was preparatory 142 3, 66 | authorities given in the preceding objections: wherefore the 143 3, 69 | very last hour and moment preceding Baptism, the very moment 144 3, 75 | there during the whole preceding time. Of this time no instant 145 3, 75 | be ~taken as proximately preceding the last one, because time 146 3, 77 | not corrupted except by a preceding ~alteration regarding the 147 3, 77 | that we have ~solved the preceding question. Because, as stated 148 3, 78 | sequence with the words preceding: and therefore ~it is not 149 3, 78 | form, just as the words preceding the form are not.~Aquin.: 150 3, 78 | are interposed with the preceding words: "This is the ~chalice, 151 3, 78 | effective cause is understood as preceding its effect. ~Therefore the 152 3, 78 | these words is understood as preceding the ~change of the bread 153 3, 80 | no way has there been any preceding devotion towards the ~sacrament: 154 3, 83 | blood." Again, ~the words preceding these have that meaning, 155 3, 86 | dispositions caused by preceding acts should not remain, 156 Suppl, 2 | acts in virtue of all his preceding ~dispositions.~Aquin.: SMT 157 Suppl, 18| the punishment due to his preceding actual sins. For nothing 158 Suppl, 30| dispositions remaining from preceding ~acts still remain, as may 159 Suppl, 35| has first ~received the preceding Order.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 160 Suppl, 35| Order, without receiving a preceding Order, he is not ~reordained, 161 Suppl, 35| prom.). Therefore the ~preceding Order is not necessary for 162 Suppl, 35| ordained without receiving a preceding Order are not ~reordained, 163 Suppl, 35| was lacking to them of the preceding Order.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 164 Suppl, 40| Order does not depend on a preceding order as ~regards the validity 165 Suppl, 66| wedlock on account of a preceding ~marriage, it causes no 166 Suppl, 69| in heaven; (5) the signs preceding the ~general judgment; ( 167 Suppl, 71| themselves fit by their preceding merits to receive the fruit 168 Suppl, 72| mentions fifteen signs preceding the ~judgment. He says that 169 Suppl, 72| of the time ~immediately preceding the judgment, it is possible 170 Suppl, 72| is speaking of the time preceding the judgment: ~wherefore 171 Suppl, 75| judgment, nor to the whole preceding time, ~since all who are 172 Suppl, 76| resurrection, as appears from the preceding words: "In the last day 173 Suppl, 84| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All the preceding merits or demerits will 174 Suppl, 89| though it lack some of the preceding dispositions. ~Now all knowledge


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