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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subsequent

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | other mover; seeing that ~subsequent movers move only inasmuch 2 1, 10 | things is infinite as ~to subsequent duration, if aeviternity 3 1, 23 | or cause ~of another; a subsequent effect being the reason 4 1, 23 | being the reason of the ~subsequent as its meritorious cause, 5 1, 36 | council at that ~time. Hence subsequent councils are not to be described 6 1, 49 | the accidental cause is subsequent to the ~direct cause.~Aquin.: 7 1, 63 | the angel's sin was an act subsequent to ~his creation. But the 8 1, 76 | effects, but as regards the subsequent effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 9 1, 77 | its species by what is ~subsequent and extrinsic to it. But 10 1, 77 | extrinsic to it. But the act is subsequent to the power; ~and the object 11 1, 77 | contrary, Things that are subsequent are distinguished by what ~ 12 1, 77 | Reply OBJ 1: Act, though subsequent in existence to power, is, ~ 13 1, 50 | the accidental cause is subsequent to the ~direct cause.~Aquin.: 14 1, 64 | the angel's sin was an act subsequent to ~his creation. But the 15 1, 75 | effects, but as regards the subsequent effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 76 | its species by what is ~subsequent and extrinsic to it. But 17 1, 76 | extrinsic to it. But the act is subsequent to the power; ~and the object 18 1, 76 | contrary, Things that are subsequent are distinguished by what ~ 19 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 1: Act, though subsequent in existence to power, is, ~ 20 1, 83 | he answers the truth to a subsequent question, this is not because 21 1, 90 | the soul; and that ~the subsequent words, "and He breathed 22 1, 92 | as its preamble, and as ~subsequent to it, as signifying some 23 1, 92 | and, again, the good is subsequent to man, inasmuch as ~we 24 1, 92 | it may be considered as ~subsequent to image, inasmuch as it 25 1, 92 | not in those conditions subsequent to general notions of ~being, 26 1, 94 | it not; as ~proved by his subsequent sin. Therefore he possessed 27 1, 108 | come from nature but ~from subsequent sin; neither is it according 28 2, 10 | previous ~cause is shared by a subsequent cause. Because in every 29 2, 19 | will does not depend on the subsequent intention, ~except in so 30 2, 19 | act is repeated with the subsequent intention.~Aquin.: SMT FS 31 2, 19 | however, the intention is subsequent to the act of ~the will, 32 2, 20 | that which is formal ~is subsequent; since form is something 33 2, 20 | of the action done, it is subsequent to the ~goodness of the 34 2, 20 | effect of the will, and is subsequent to the will.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 20 | received into matter, is subsequent to matter in ~the order 36 2, 74 | mortal sin, ~neither will the subsequent deliberation make it a mortal 37 2, 77 | such that it renders the subsequent act ~wholly involuntary, 38 2, 78 | fault that ~gives rise to a subsequent fault, as when anyone impugns 39 2, 85 | question ~at issue, since a subsequent sin does not diminish the 40 2, 97 | and these were changed by subsequent lawgivers who made ~institutions 41 2, 111 | of it into prevenient and subsequent grace;~(4) Of the division 42 2, 111 | divided into prevenient and subsequent grace?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 43 2, 111 | divided into prevenient ~and subsequent. For grace is an effect 44 2, 111 | But God's love ~is never subsequent, but always prevenient, 45 2, 111 | divided into prevenient and subsequent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 46 2, 111 | divided into prevenient and subsequent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 47 2, 111 | divided into prevenient and subsequent, it would seem that ~there 48 2, 111 | divided into prevenient ~and subsequent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 49 2, 111 | divided into ~prevenient and subsequent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 50 2, 111 | divided into prevenient and ~subsequent, howsoever we consider grace. 51 2, 111 | the second, it is ~called subsequent with respect to the first 52 2, 111 | be called ~prevenient and subsequent on account of the same effect 53 2, 111 | inasmuch as it heals, and subsequent, inasmuch ~as, being healed, 54 2, 111 | inasmuch as we ~are called, and subsequent, inasmuch as we are glorified."~ 55 2, 111 | be both ~prevenient and subsequent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 56 2, 111 | division into prevenient and subsequent grace does not ~divide grace 57 2, 111 | and cooperating grace. For subsequent grace, inasmuch as it ~pertains 58 2, 113 | the first instant that the subsequent form inheres in ~the matter 59 2, 113 | the first ~instant of the subsequent time, it has the form which 60 2, 113 | first instant in which the subsequent ~is. Nor must there be time 61 2, 114 | mercy. But our merit is a ~subsequent cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 62 2, 114 | therefore, may a man, by subsequent works, merit the first grace 63 2, 114 | motion is interrupted by the subsequent sin; hence all ~benefits 64 2, 114 | life absolutely; but by ~subsequent sin, there arises an impediment 65 2, 114 | God, unless hindered by subsequent sin; for it is written ~( 66 2, 1 | of the Apostles. For a ~subsequent symbol does not cancel a 67 2, 1 | did not take away from a ~subsequent council the power of drawing 68 2, 1 | taken into account that a subsequent ~council would expound matters 69 2, 4 | especially when the whole ~subsequent thing is virtually contained 70 2, 27 | another. And since the subsequent acts do not proceed from 71 2, 54 | to be instructed by the subsequent lessons of the Old Testament 72 2, 77 | by reason ~of which the subsequent omission becomes voluntary.~ 73 2, 94 | events should be signs of subsequent occurrences: wherefore, ~ 74 2, 108 | built them houses." But the subsequent lie was not ~meritorious.~ 75 2, 148 | act be without sin, the subsequent sin is entirely ~excused 76 2, 148 | altogether excused from the ~subsequent sin, because the latter 77 2, 148 | unlawful that he fell into the subsequent sin. Nevertheless, ~the 78 2, 152 | Now rape is an obstacle to subsequent marriage, for it was enacted 79 3, 1 | subject, ~perfection is subsequent in time to imperfection. 80 3, 6 | world, for the ~cause is not subsequent to the effect. Hence since 81 3, 28 | he were ~certain of their subsequent coming together; for no 82 3, 28 | before' often indicates a subsequent event, yet we must observe 83 3, 34 | which is beside nature is subsequent ~to that which is according 84 3, 34 | that Christ was able by subsequent actions ~and sufferings 85 3, 38 | to be ~obtained through subsequent penance and through the 86 3, 62 | nothing ~hinders that which is subsequent in point of time, from causing ~ 87 3, 62 | thus the end, which is subsequent in point of time, ~moves 88 3, 66 | ad 1). Wherefore, just as subsequent sins do not ~cancel the 89 3, 68 | can be washed away by his subsequent contrition, which takes ~ 90 3, 69 | insincerity passes ~away, subsequent sins are indeed remitted, 91 3, 77 | wine to ~be the subject of subsequent forms. Now this is proper 92 3, 82 | priestly dignity is not lost by subsequent weakness: ~because Pope 93 3, 83 | is signified by the ~two subsequent crosses made over the chalice.~ 94 3, 84 | is never destroyed by a subsequent contrary act: ~for even 95 3, 88 | return simply ~through a subsequent sin?~(2) Whether more specially 96 3, 88 | forgiven return through a subsequent sin?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] 97 3, 88 | forgiven return through a subsequent ~sin. For Augustine says ( 98 3, 88 | Penance, return through each subsequent mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 99 3, 88 | sins are covered." But a subsequent mortal sin ~takes away grace. 100 3, 88 | do ~not return through a subsequent sin, as though God repented 101 3, 88 | part of the ~adherence, a subsequent mortal sin does not cause 102 3, 88 | aversion absolutely, then a subsequent mortal sin ~[causes the 103 3, 88 | pardoned, in so far as the subsequent mortal sin] [*The words ~ 104 3, 88 | pardoned, return through a subsequent mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 105 3, 88 | cannot be undone by man's subsequent sin, ~according to Rm. 3: 106 3, 88 | Yet it may happen that a subsequent sinful act virtually contains 107 3, 88 | virtually contained in the subsequent ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] 108 3, 88 | Reply OBJ 3: The effect of a subsequent sin is that the former ~" 109 3, 88 | virtually contained in the subsequent sin. Now one may be ~guilty 110 3, 88 | sins, so that by every ~subsequent mortal sin, the sins previously 111 3, 88 | ingratitude in respect ~of a subsequent sin is as great as that 112 3, 88 | ingratitude in respect of a subsequent sin is as great as that 113 3, 88 | ingratitude in respect of a subsequent sin is ~as great as the 114 3, 88 | slight sin. But ~sometimes a subsequent mortal sin is much less 115 3, 88 | punishment incurred ~through subsequent sins is not equal to that 116 3, 88 | ingratitude in respect of a subsequent sin is equal to that of ~ 117 3, 88 | the debt proper to this ~subsequent sin. But there is no need 118 3, 88 | return ~on account of a subsequent sin, as resulting from the 119 3, 88 | resulting from the acts of the ~subsequent sin. Wherefore the amount 120 3, 88 | according to the gravity of the subsequent sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] 121 3, 88 | for the gravity of the subsequent sin to equal ~the gravity 122 3, 88 | its species (since the ~subsequent sin may be one of simple 123 3, 88 | punishment incurred by a subsequent ~sin need not always be 124 3, 88 | punishment incurred ~by any subsequent mortal sin whatever.~Aquin.: 125 3, 88 | return to him on account of ~subsequent ingratitude, incurs the 126 3, 88 | contained proportionally in his subsequent ~ingratitude, but not absolutely, 127 3, 88 | the ingratitude whereby a subsequent sin causes the return of ~ 128 3, 88 | the ingratitude, whereby a subsequent sin ~causes the return of 129 3, 89 | of virtue are deadened by subsequent sin?~(5) Whether works deadened 130 3, 89 | reception of grace, while the subsequent acts of Penance proceed 131 3, 89 | for their ~past losses, by subsequent gains: so that there is 132 3, 89 | charity to be deadened by a subsequent sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] 133 3, 89 | cannot be deadened by a subsequent mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 134 3, 89 | and this is hindered by a subsequent mortal sin, ~inasmuch as 135 3, 89 | said ~to be deadened by a subsequent mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 136 3, 89 | himself unworthy by his subsequent ~fault, since at times a 137 3, 89 | past sins are remitted by subsequent Penance, so ~are deeds previously 138 3, 89 | in charity, deadened by subsequent sin. But ~sins remitted 139 3, 89 | meritorious works deadened by ~subsequent sin are not revived by the 140 3, 89 | those which he did in his subsequent ~charity: and this joy belongs 141 3, 89 | 1~Whether the effect of subsequent Penance is to quicken even 142 3, 89 | seem that the effect of subsequent Penance is to quicken ~even 143 3, 89 | be true, if, at least by subsequent Penance, they were quickened. ~ 144 3, 89 | as principles. Now the ~subsequent Penance does not supply 145 Suppl, 14| sinner, as is shown by his subsequent ~punishment. Therefore a 146 Suppl, 14| repent. Therefore his whole subsequent satisfaction ~will derive 147 Suppl, 14| intention was interrupted by his subsequent sin, so ~that it gives no 148 Suppl, 14| derived some efficacy from his subsequent ~charity. Therefore they 149 Suppl, 14| satisfaction, through his subsequent repentance.~Aquin.: SMT 150 Suppl, 14| punishment; and that by subsequent charity, works done without 151 Suppl, 34| denoted by the seal in a subsequent definition is a part of ~ 152 Suppl, 34| Order, as appears from the subsequent explanation ~(Sent. iv, 153 Suppl, 35| receive the character of a subsequent Order unless he has first ~ 154 Suppl, 35| repeated. But if one receive a ~subsequent Order, without receiving 155 Suppl, 43| expressive of the present. For a subsequent sale ~does not void a previous 156 Suppl, 46| the Lord." Consequently no subsequent obligation can relieve a ~ 157 Suppl, 46| unlawful oath. Wherefore if a subsequent obligation ~makes that oath 158 Suppl, 46| unlawful. ~Consequently the subsequent consent by words of the 159 Suppl, 53| cannot be an excuse for a subsequent sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] 160 Suppl, 53| order is an impediment to a subsequent marriage. ~Therefore, etc.~ 161 Suppl, 57| hereditary succession is ~subsequent to these. Now no tie of 162 Suppl, 58| marriage and dissolves the subsequent ~one, although the latter 163 Suppl, 58| madness is either previous or subsequent to marriage. ~If subsequent, 164 Suppl, 58| subsequent to marriage. ~If subsequent, it nowise voids the marriage, 165 Suppl, 59| OBJ 2: Further, a crime subsequent to marriage does not dissolve 166 Suppl, 59| to it, and therefore the subsequent marriage contracted in the ~ 167 Suppl, 59| rescinded on account of a subsequent crime. Or, if he is ~speaking 168 Suppl, 67| wife except ~for some cause subsequent to the marriage; and that 169 Suppl, 73| that reaches the ears is subsequent to the awakening and is 170 Suppl, 86| lacking, without which all subsequent works are ~deprived of the 171 Suppl, 95| the whole demerit of the ~subsequent sin would seem to belong


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