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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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consequence

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | potentiality; ~a thing is, in consequence, said simply to have being, 2 1, 7 | the first principle, as a ~consequence they erred also concerning 3 1, 11 | apprehend division as a consequence; thirdly, comes ~the notion 4 1, 14 | according to the cause of ~consequence, and not according to the 5 1, 17 | but ~accidentally, or as a consequence of being directed to other 6 1, 18 | taking nourishment, and, as a consequence, of growing and ~generating. 7 1, 23 | anything temporal; ~and in consequence nothing temporal can help 8 1, 24 | is no election, and in ~consequence no book of life: for we 9 1, 30 | that all plurality is a ~consequence of division. Now division 10 1, 32 | denial of it ~involves as a consequence something against faith; 11 1, 33 | generation, it follows, as a ~consequence, that He does not proceed 12 1, 41 | what is necessary, is a consequence ~of a passive power, which 13 1, 42 | power. ~Power of action is a consequence of perfection in nature. 14 1, 44 | still it follows, as a consequence, on what ~belongs to its 15 1, 45 | and imply change only as a consequence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 16 1, 46 | the world always was, the consequence is that ~infinite days preceded 17 1, 47 | distinction is of greater consequence than material. Now, formal ~ 18 1, 60 | wills for ~oneself, and in consequence for another, as united to 19 1, 61 | its existence; and as a ~consequence, neither is it for its creation. 20 1, 63 | Body Para. 2/2~Yet, as a consequence, it was possible for envy 21 1, 65 | partial and limited, the ~consequence of which is a certain opposition 22 1, 65 | other things. But such a consequence is altogether inadmissible. 23 1, 41 | what is necessary, is a consequence ~of a passive power, which 24 1, 42 | power. ~Power of action is a consequence of perfection in nature. 25 1, 45 | still it follows, as a consequence, on what ~belongs to its 26 1, 46 | and imply change only as a consequence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 27 1, 47 | the world always was, the consequence is that ~infinite days preceded 28 1, 48 | distinction is of greater consequence than material. Now, formal ~ 29 1, 61 | wills for ~oneself, and in consequence for another, as united to 30 1, 62 | its existence; and as a ~consequence, neither is it for its creation. 31 1, 64 | Body Para. 2/2~Yet, as a consequence, it was possible for envy 32 1, 66 | partial and limited, the ~consequence of which is a certain opposition 33 1, 66 | other things. But such a consequence is altogether inadmissible. 34 1, 85 | inferior bodies. Hence, in consequence of the sensitive faculties 35 1, 103 | duration of things is a consequence of the ~infinity of the 36 2, 4 | delight: it is for charity a consequence that it delights in the 37 2, 17 | appetite is aroused suddenly in consequence of an apprehension of the ~ 38 2, 17 | passions these movements are a consequence. But they ~are not moved 39 2, 20 | to ensue. Therefore the ~consequence of an action increase its 40 2, 24 | passion that results in consequence, in the ~sensitive appetite, 41 2, 34 | last end. But pleasure is a consequence of generation: for the fact 42 2, 36 | movement of the appetite in consequence of an apprehension: and 43 2, 36 | of all, the good, and in ~consequence, the rejection of a contrary 44 2, 37 | the action of cold, and in consequence freezes harder. If ~therefore 45 2, 37 | necessity be weakened in consequence. Secondly, ~action stands 46 2, 41 | sensitive ~appetite, in consequence of an apprehension of the 47 2, 57 | rectitude of ~the appetite. The consequence is that more praise is given 48 2, 60 | passions, they must, as a ~consequence, regulate operations also. 49 2, 63 | exercise of their acts, and, in consequence, the rational powers also, ~ 50 2, 68 | Holy Ghost, there ~is, in consequence, need for a gift.~Aquin.: 51 2, 69 | be ~attributed to it in consequence. Or else, according to Ambrose ( 52 2, 71 | charity, nor banishes it, as a consequence, neither does it expel the ~ 53 2, 71 | man to his end, ~and in consequence, makes man to be well disposed 54 2, 74 | not absolutely, ~but in consequence of an act of reason deliberating 55 2, 78 | lesser good. Again, the consequence of loving a thing ~less 56 2, 81 | soul are transmitted in ~consequence, on account of a defect 57 2, 85 | human nature is ~stricken in consequence of sin.~(4) Whether privation 58 2, 87 | wherefore he is put down, in consequence, by that same order, which ~ 59 2, 88 | can dispose, by way of consequence, to a sin which is mortal 60 2, 88 | according to that habit; and the consequence will be ~that, by sinning 61 2, 100 | instituted, it seemed of no ~consequence whether things were done 62 2, 101 | them; this is a kind of ~consequence. For, since the precepts 63 2, 101 | further on (A[2]), the ~consequence is that the reason for them 64 2, 101 | fact that they would in ~consequence find many occasions of disobedience 65 2, 101 | vessels had. But by a sort ~of consequence they were matters of ceremony, 66 2, 103 | which ~were contracted in consequence of the prescription of the 67 2, 108 | internal acts: but ~as a consequence all things that are essential 68 2, 109 | order being ~overthrown, the consequence is that the whole nature 69 2, 109 | entirely subject to God, ~the consequence is that many disorders occur 70 2, 2 | charity which belong, ~as a consequence, to the objects of charity.~ 71 2, 9 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~The consequence is that the gift of knowledge 72 2, 9 | for past errors, and, in ~consequence, consolation, since, by 73 2, 11 | this or that way is of ~no consequence, so far as faith is concerned, 74 2, 12 | the saints, redound, as a consequence, against God.~Aquin.: SMT 75 2, 14 | corporeal things, so that in ~consequence man's operation in regard 76 2, 18 | final ~good: so that, in consequence, every appetitive movement 77 2, 18 | pleasure. Yet this is, in consequence, ~opposed to fear, since 78 2, 23 | A[10] Body Para. 3/6~The consequence is that a decrease of charity 79 2, 23 | A[10] Body Para. 6/6~The consequence is that charity can by no 80 2, 24 | his ~neighbor, must, in consequence, love love itself." But 81 2, 28 | what he desires, and, in consequence, ~to remove whatever may 82 2, 32 | neighbor, it becomes, in ~consequence, the cause of hatred towards 83 2, 35 | God's ~will, it becomes in consequence, a rule regulated according 84 2, 44 | things of which folly is a consequence, viz. to withdraw his sense 85 2, 45 | good of the many, seeks in consequence ~his own good, for two reasons. 86 2, 75 | sale, and the sale, in ~consequence, is illicit.~Aquin.: SMT 87 2, 85 | Nevertheless by way of consequence these institutions foreshadowed ~ 88 2, 86 | religious life, so that, in consequence, he chose this particular 89 2, 89 | opinion of him: so that in consequence we may ~incite him to yet 90 2, 93 | signifying the cause, in consequence it signifies ~the effect ( 91 2, 94 | discovery and instruction, the consequence ~is that this effect is 92 2, 101 | beneath us, and it seems, in consequence, that honor is not due properly ~ 93 2, 106 | helpful in things of greater consequence. ~And since spiritual goods 94 2, 106 | goods are of the greatest consequence, while temporal ~goods are 95 2, 107 | by acting bravely is a consequence beside his principal intention.~ 96 2, 108 | knowledge of ~which is of no consequence, then the lie in question 97 2, 112 | a special virtue, but a ~consequence of every virtue.~Aquin.: 98 2, 113 | goods that are of greater ~consequence. namely, spiritual goods. 99 2, 116 | 1] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~As a consequence, however, it is a sin against 100 2, 120 | we may understand that in consequence all ~inordinate taking of 101 2, 121 | to bear, is prepared, in consequence, to resist those which are ~ 102 2, 121 | against great things, will in ~consequence stand firm against less 103 2, 121 | of certain goods must in consequence moderate the fear of contrary ~ 104 2, 121 | the love of money, as a ~consequence, moderates the fear of losing 105 2, 123 | man's goods, it follows in consequence that temporal evils are ~ 106 2, 127 | fortitude, it follows in consequence that confidence pertains ~ 107 2, 139 | things should defile him. In consequence beauty is a foremost attribute ~ 108 2, 139 | tend towards good, as a consequence, it moderates ~all the other 109 2, 142 | their regard: ~although as a consequence of this acquired virtue, 110 2, 148 | drinking much wine, ~the consequence being that he loses the 111 2, 160 | commandments, which is a ~consequence as it were in other sins, 112 2, 160 | which it scorns, and in consequence it scorns ~to be subject 113 2, 162 | corruptibility is a necessary consequence, and in this respect death 114 2, 166 | reason, there results in consequence a certain ~weariness of 115 2, 184 | certain acts of virtue, the consequence is that ~a certain honor 116 2, 187 | easily drawn to it. But as a consequence ~it is called a state of 117 3, 1 | lessen His majesty; and in ~consequence did not lessen the reason 118 3, 3 | constitutes a new suppositum, the ~consequence is that the nature is multiplied 119 3, 6 | truth," it ~would seem in consequence that from the beginning 120 3, 7 | there flowed from it, in consequence, the virtues which perfect 121 3, 7 | virtue of hope; yet, in consequence, whoever ~has the virtue 122 3, 7 | individual. Hence action and, in consequence, grace ordaining thereto, ~ 123 3, 8 | the sign of his will, in consequence of ~which some are incited 124 3, 14 | Further, penalty is the consequence of fault. But there was 125 3, 16 | Palaest. ~cxxiv): "It is of no consequence from what substance we name 126 3, 28 | sex." But sterility is a consequence of virginity. ~Therefore 127 3, 35 | diverse, it seems that in consequence the relations differ ~in 128 3, 50 | death, it seems that, in consequence, His Godhead was also ~separated 129 3, 50 | not cease to be a man in consequence of death.~Aquin.: SMT TP 130 3, 51 | Jn. ~20:1). Therefore, in consequence of this darkness, Gregory 131 3, 52 | attaining glory: and in consequence He dispelled the suffering 132 3, 53 | above (Q[50], AA[2],3) in consequence of death ~Christ's Godhead 133 3, 61 | clouded man's reason, the consequence being that the precepts ~ 134 3, 69 | form; and he ~receives in consequence its proper effect, which 135 3, 74 | the sacrament, but only a ~consequence thereof. Consequently, then, 136 3, 74 | add a little, then as a consequence it ~would suffice to throw 137 3, 75 | nothing carnal, nor natural consequence; but they are rent from 138 3, 76 | Christ, it follows as a consequence that ~the Godhead or the 139 3, 77 | first subject is matter, the consequence is ~that all other accidents 140 3, 77 | is an actual ~being, the consequence is that everything stands 141 3, 77 | matter; and ~therefore as a consequence everything which goes with 142 3, 77 | porousness remains, and in ~consequence breakableness.~Aquin.: SMT 143 3, 77 | capability of sound as a consequence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 144 3, 79 | punishment, hence it is that as a consequence, and by ~concomitance with 145 3, 79 | yet it does lessen it as a consequence, inasmuch as it ~increases 146 3, 81 | from the sacrament. and in consequence so was ~the sacramental, 147 3, 82 | sin by doing so; ~and in consequence they do not receive the 148 3, 82 | power to consecrate, and in consequence that he cannot perform this ~ 149 3, 83 | people." And therefore, in consequence of the virtue acquired by 150 3, 83 | sickness supervenes, in consequence of which they cannot finish 151 3, 88 | mortal sin, so ~that, in consequence, the stain resulting from 152 3, 88 | pardoned, and so ~too, in consequence, is the greatness of the 153 3, 89 | self-defense." But ~this is in consequence not of sin, but of irregularity.~ 154 Suppl, 12| view to the past, yet, as a consequence, it regards the future, 155 Suppl, 22| sentence be impossible, the consequence be impossible also.~Aquin.: 156 Suppl, 23| legitimate actions as a consequence: hence by holding ~communion 157 Suppl, 30| effect, though it may, in consequence, produce other effects ~ 158 Suppl, 30| sin, it follows that. in consequence, ~if it finds any sin, either 159 Suppl, 43| the other party ~suffer in consequence, indeed he or she gains, 160 Suppl, 57| procreation, it is of no consequence whether an ~older person 161 Suppl, 65| being that which is of most ~consequence to them, just as the marriage 162 Suppl, 70| moved. This is an evident consequence of transmigration which 163 Suppl, 70| hurtful to itself, and in ~consequence of this apprehension is 164 Suppl, 71| pardon of ~his sins and in consequence was freed from punishment. 165 Suppl, 76| De ~Anima ii, 1), and in consequence of these being refuted, 166 Suppl, 81| established in God will in consequence establish its body. Now 167 Suppl, 83| neither ~specifically nor, in consequence, numerically. Therefore 168 Suppl, 93| call the "aurea." First, in consequence of a ~condition attaching 169 Suppl, 93| aureole now. Secondly, in ~consequence of the nature of the meritorious 170 Suppl, 93| Writ: and it would seem in consequence that the ~explanation of 171 Appen1, 2| punishment is not so much a ~consequence of the degree of sin, as


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