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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 28 | according to which there are ~internal, and not external, processions 2 1, 78 | thought, that is, orderly internal speech; from which, they 3 1, 85 | made in sleep, when slight internal movements are felt ~more 4 1, 92 | actual ~thought we form an internal word; and thence break forth 5 2, 18 | of ~the good and evil of internal acts; the third, of the 6 2, 18 | species on the part of the internal action.~~Aquin.: SMT FS 7 2, 20 | but one goodness of the internal and external act.~Aquin.: 8 2, 20 | goodnesses or malices, of the ~internal and external acts, are ordained 9 2, 20 | argument proves that the internal and external actions ~are 10 2, 37 | to shut out all movement, internal or ~external; but certain 11 2, 40 | 1/1~I answer that, The internal passions of animals can 12 2, 44 | those who are afraid, the internal ~heat and vital spirits 13 2, 46 | gifted with movements, ~both internal and external, like unto 14 2, 54 | ends are objects of the internal acts, with which, above 15 2, 60 | needs be chiefly about ~internal emotions which are called 16 2, 60 | destroyed in ~so far as the internal passions exceed their due 17 2, 70 | words and deeds: as regards internal desires, by "contingency" 18 2, 74 | On the other hand, the ~internal appetitive powers are compared 19 2, 74 | external ~acts, but also internal passions. Consequently when 20 2, 74 | fails in ~directing the internal passions, sin is said to 21 2, 74 | two ways, ~in directing internal passions: first, when it 22 2, 74 | so can he regulate his internal pleasures or other ~passions. 23 2, 74 | direct or restrain the internal delectation, even as it 24 2, 75 | cause?~(2) Whether it has an internal cause?~(3) Whether it has 25 2, 75 | 1/1~Whether sin has an internal cause?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 26 2, 75 | would seem that sin has no internal cause. For that which is ~ 27 2, 75 | If therefore sin had an internal cause, ~man would always 28 2, 75 | not its own cause. But the internal movements ~of a man are 29 2, 75 | may distinguish a twofold ~internal cause of human acts, one 30 2, 75 | proximate. The ~proximate internal cause of the human act is 31 2, 75 | which is within it, as the internal act of the ~appetitive or 32 2, 75 | is not true that all the internal acts belong to the ~substance 33 2, 75 | Further, as nature is an internal principle, so is the will. 34 2, 75 | due to no other than an internal cause; for ~instance, the 35 2, 75 | the corruption of some ~internal principle. Therefore in 36 2, 75 | arise from no ~other than an internal cause. Therefore it has 37 2, 75 | stated above (A[2]), the internal cause of sin is both ~the 38 2, 75 | The fact that sin has an internal cause does not prevent ~ 39 2, 75 | through the medium of the internal cause, as stated.~Aquin.: 40 2, 76 | particular, and (1) The ~internal causes of sin; (2) its external 41 2, 76 | not denote an act, either internal or external. Therefore ~ 42 2, 80 | can induce man to sin, by internal instigations?~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 80 | cannot induce man to sin, by ~internal instigations. Because the 44 2, 80 | instigations. Because the internal movements of the soul are ~ 45 2, 80 | man to ~evil through his internal movements.~Aquin.: SMT FS 46 2, 80 | OBJ 2: Further, all the internal movements arise from the 47 2, 80 | effect anything in man's internal ~movements, except in respect 48 2, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the internal acts of the soul are to 49 2, 80 | devil cannot through man's internal movements induce him to ~ 50 2, 83 | nutritive power and the internal members, which ~have no 51 2, 91 | Law, since it directs our internal acts, according to Mt. 5: 52 2, 98 | of external, but also of internal action. ~Consequently that 53 2, 100 | sake"; wherein a ~twofold internal movement is implied, of 54 2, 101 | Divine ~worship is twofold: internal, and external. For since 55 2, 101 | worship is ordained to the internal worship. Now interior worship ~ 56 2, 101 | Augustine is speaking there of internal worship; to which, ~however, 57 2, 103 | be in proportion to the internal worship, which consists ~ 58 2, 103 | to the variations in the internal ~worship, in which a threefold 59 2, 108 | Whether in the matter of internal acts it directs man sufficiently?~( 60 2, 108 | God consists chiefly in internal acts: but ~as a consequence 61 2, 108 | things that are essential to internal acts belong ~also to the 62 2, 108 | if the kingdom of God is internal ~righteousness, peace, and 63 2, 108 | themselves, but also from internal acts, ~and from the occasions 64 2, 108 | external act only, and ~not the internal desire. And they held this 65 2, 109 | gift, and as regards the internal ~motion of God.~Aquin.: 66 2, 2 | act of faith, and (1) the internal act; (2) the ~external act.~ 67 2, 2 | to believe," which is the internal act of faith?~(2) In how 68 2, 6 | Hence we must assert another internal cause, which moves man inwardly 69 2, 29 | 1/1~On the contrary, The internal and the external act do 70 2, 29 | differ only as external ~and internal act, since beneficence is 71 2, 30 | case, the need is either internal or external. Internal need 72 2, 30 | either internal or external. Internal need is twofold: ~one which 73 2, 30 | either the ~result of an internal cause, like sickness, and 74 2, 32 | transgression." Now hatred is an internal movement like anger and 75 2, 38 | that common weal against ~internal disturbances, when they 76 2, 38 | and an evil will, like an internal enemy."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 77 2, 41 | from ~tending to God in the internal acts of the will, according 78 2, 52 | Negligence is a defect in the internal act, to which choice ~also 79 2, 53 | external deeds but also to internal solicitude. For every time ~ 80 2, 56 | can rectify not only ~the internal passions of the soul, but 81 2, 56 | whereas it is in respect of internal passions that we ~consider 82 2, 56 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A man's internal passions which are a part 83 2, 56 | immediately to another by the internal passions. Therefore justice 84 2, 56 | which are their matter, and internal passions, which are their 85 2, 56 | their species, not from the internal passions ~but from external 86 2, 56 | capable of extending to the internal passions whereby man is ~ 87 2, 58 | sin, as stated above. The internal ~judgment pertains to justice, 88 2, 58 | external ~judgment, even as the internal to the external act, for 89 2, 64 | evidenced in robbery, than of internal virtue which is ~forfeit 90 2, 79 | that are not external but internal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 91 2, 79 | living God." Now just as internal actions belong to the ~heart, 92 2, 79 | be worshiped not only by internal ~but also by external actions.~ 93 2, 79 | united to God. ~Therefore the internal acts of religion take precedence 94 2, 79 | and subordinate to the internal acts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] 95 2, 79 | goats?" but as signs of the ~internal and spiritual works, which 96 2, 82 | Whether adoration denotes an internal or an external act?~(3) 97 2, 82 | external actions are signs of internal ~reverence, certain external 98 2, 82 | adoration, consisting in the ~internal devotion of the mind; and 99 2, 82 | part of adoration is ~the internal devotion of the mind, while 100 2, 91 | no connection ~with the internal worship of God. Hence Augustine ( 101 2, 92 | sacrifices are signs of internal, just as audible words are ~ 102 2, 92 | God, which are opposed to ~internal worship, are graver sins 103 2, 92 | 1: Idolatry presupposes internal unbelief, and to this it 104 2, 92 | external idolatry without internal ~unbelief, there is an additional 105 2, 93 | dreams in order to ~discover internal dispositions.~Aquin.: SMT 106 2, 98 | is not inflicted for ~the internal movements of the heart, 107 2, 101 | honor consists of ~things internal and spiritual.~Aquin.: SMT 108 2, 101 | may consist of the mere internal ~movement of the heart, 109 2, 102 | in matters touching the internal movement of the will man 110 2, 102 | regards all things, both ~internal and external, wherefore 111 2, 115 | with the regulation of internal ~passions: wherefore money 112 2, 115 | stated (A[2], ad 1), the internal passions whereby man ~is 113 2, 116 | signify immoderation in the internal affection ~which a man has 114 2, 139 | External acts proceed from the internal passions of the ~soul: wherefore 115 2, 139 | on the moderation of the ~internal passions.~~Aquin.: SMT SS 116 2, 143 | what one knows; and the ~internal choice is not made known 117 2, 143 | in so far as it reflects ~internal rectitude. For this reason 118 2, 143 | consists radically in the ~internal choice, but its expression 119 2, 144 | body: but in the point of internal affections with regard to 120 2, 152 | progresses in goods both internal and ~external. Hence human 121 2, 155 | passions and actions." Now internal passions are principles 122 2, 180 | quieting and directing the internal passions of ~the soul; and 123 2, 180 | the inordinateness of the ~internal passions. Hence Gregory 124 2, 182 | first, with respect to his internal ~actions; secondly, with 125 2, 182 | that with regard to man's internal ~disposition we consider 126 3, 14 | since these flow from an internal principle. The ~other is " 127 3, 15 | although He suffered no internal assault on the ~part of 128 3, 46 | the body: also, ~there was internal pain, which is caused from 129 3, 52 | He came and ~preached" by internal inspirations, and from without 130 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: An internal member of the mother is 131 3, 78 | Testament seems to be an internal inspiration, ~as is evident 132 3, 78 | be shed for you." But the internal ~inspiration has its origin 133 3, 80 | Sometimes they are due to an internal spiritual ~cause, such as 134 3, 80 | times they arise from some ~internal corporeal cause, as from 135 3, 84 | these actions proceed from internal inspiration, wherefore the 136 3, 84 | Penance, although not ~without internal repentance, which He operated 137 3, 84 | that, Penance is twofold, internal and external. Internal ~ 138 3, 84 | internal and external. Internal ~penance is that whereby 139 3, 84 | OBJ 2: To do penance both internal and external belongs to 140 3, 84 | sin. But there is room for internal penance even in the ~proficient 141 3, 84 | for the acts, whether internal or external, of a penitent 142 3, 85 | OBJ 3: Further, fear is an internal act of man. But penance 143 Suppl, 1 | it consists not only of internal but also of ~external acts 144 Suppl, 7 | be in the open, yet the ~internal act, which is the cause 145 Suppl, 12| thereto; thus choice and other internal acts hold the chief ~place 146 Suppl, 29| because the healing of ~the internal wounds cannot be perfectly 147 Suppl, 47| law considers not merely ~internal actions, but rather external 148 Suppl, 47| however, it is a question of ~internal consent which cannot be 149 Suppl, 65| of a written law but by internal ~inspiration.~Aquin.: SMT 150 Suppl, 70| external senses, but the internal, those, namely, which pertain 151 Suppl, 70| the separated soul; and internal acts which the ~soul performs 152 Suppl, 88| be in darkness not only internal but also external. Therefore ~ 153 Suppl, 92| blessed will consist of ~internal goods. Therefore they should 154 Suppl, 93| mental, which consists of ~internal sorrow and affliction of 155 Suppl, 93| affliction of soul. But internal suffering is also a ~kind 156 Suppl, 93| is a conflict with the ~internal concupiscences, so is there 157 Suppl, 93| concupiscences are chief among ~internal passions. Consequently, 158 Suppl, 93| among all pleasures both internal and ~external, so pains 159 Suppl, 93| the difficulty of ~bearing internal sufferings, by reason of 160 Suppl, 94| to ~her." Now sinners had internal and external pleasure in


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