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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | sign of a lower science to depend upon a ~higher; as music 2 1, 1 | doctrine does in a ~sense depend upon philosophical sciences; 3 1, 1 | This science can in a sense depend upon the philosophical ~ 4 1, 1 | Therefore it does not ~depend upon other sciences as upon 5 1, 7 | finished, forasmuch as it would depend on an infinite number of ~ 6 1, 10 | aeviternal things do not depend on ~each other, for one 7 1, 11 | metaphysical entity and does not depend on matter in its ~being. 8 1, 12 | they are His effects and depend on their cause, we can be 9 1, 13 | multiplication of names does not depend on the ~predication of the 10 1, 16 | intellect upon which it does not depend.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 11 1, 17 | accidentally. Now natural things depend on the ~divine intellect, 12 1, 17 | Para. 2/3~In things that depend on God, falseness cannot 13 1, 19 | follows that all things made depend simply on His will, and 14 1, 19 | some other effect do not depend solely on the will of ~God, 15 1, 19 | ends. Hence such things depend on the simple will of ~God; 16 1, 41 | the will's action does not depend on the ~quality of the agent, 17 1, 49 | goodness of anything does not depend ~upon its order to any particular 18 1, 50 | or incorruptible being to depend for its ~existence on another 19 1, 53 | angel's movement does not depend ~upon the movement of the 20 1, 57 | will, and all things that depend only on the will, are known 21 1, 57 | grace. For these mysteries depend upon the pure will of God: ~ 22 1, 57 | of another angel, which depend ~upon the will of such angel, 23 1, 62 | does ~the degree of grace depend upon the degree of their 24 1, 70 | not of those changes which depend ~upon the free-will.~Aquin.: 25 1, 70 | body, since all the ~senses depend on the sense of touch, which 26 1, 76 | Thus one part would not ~depend on another; nor would one 27 1, 77 | power of the soul does not depend on that of another; for 28 1, 41 | the will's action does not depend on the ~quality of the agent, 29 1, 50 | goodness of anything does not depend ~upon its order to any particular 30 1, 51 | or incorruptible being to depend for its ~existence on another 31 1, 54 | angel's movement does not depend ~upon the movement of the 32 1, 58 | will, and all things that depend only on the will, are known 33 1, 58 | grace. For these mysteries depend upon the pure will of God: ~ 34 1, 58 | of another angel, which depend ~upon the will of such angel, 35 1, 63 | does ~the degree of grace depend upon the degree of their 36 1, 71 | not of those changes which depend ~upon the free-will.~Aquin.: 37 1, 71 | body, since all the ~senses depend on the sense of touch, which 38 1, 75 | Thus one part would not ~depend on another; nor would one 39 1, 76 | power of the soul does not depend on that of another; for 40 1, 83 | being the soul does not depend on the body. ~But if the 41 1, 83 | For the superior does not depend ~on the inferior. But the 42 1, 89 | the rational soul does not depend in its ~existence on corporeal 43 1, 103 | among things, so that some depend on ~others, by which they 44 1, 103 | Divine goodness does not depend on ~creatures; but by His 45 1, 107 | forasmuch as these types depend on the universal created ~ 46 2, 3 | united to God will not ~depend on the senses.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 4 | what precedes does not depend on what follows. But the ~ 48 2, 4 | the intellect, does not ~depend on rectitude of the will.~ 49 2, 4 | Divine Essence, it does not ~depend on the body. Consequently, 50 2, 18 | goodness of a cause does not depend on its ~effect; rather is 51 2, 18 | things the being does not ~depend on another, and in these 52 2, 18 | Whose goodness does not ~depend on another, the measure 53 2, 18 | from the end on which they ~depend, besides that goodness which 54 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on ~the object. For the 55 2, 19 | the end, as such, does not depend on any other. But, according 56 2, 19 | act of the will ~does not depend on any object.~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on the object.~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on ~the object alone. For 59 2, 19 | goodness and malice of the will depend on the circumstances, and 60 2, 19 | goodness and malice of the will depend, not on the ~circumstances, 61 2, 19 | of the act of the will depend on some one thing; while 62 2, 19 | malice of other acts may depend on several things.~Aquin.: 63 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on ~reason. For what comes 64 2, 19 | what comes first does not depend on what follows. But the ~ 65 2, 19 | goodness of the will ~does not depend on reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 66 2, 19 | Further, the mover does not depend on that which is moved, 67 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 19 | the human will does not depend ~on the eternal law. Because 69 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on ~the eternal law.~Aquin.: 70 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on ~the intention of the 71 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not ~depend on the intention of the 72 2, 19 | goodness of the will does not depend on the intention of ~the 73 2, 19 | malice of the will does not depend on the malice ~of the end 74 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depend on the goodness of the end 75 2, 19 | it must, of necessity, depend on the intention of the 76 2, 19 | act of the will does not depend on the subsequent intention, ~ 77 2, 19 | quantity in the act does not depend ~on the quantity in the 78 2, 19 | or exterior act does not depend on the quantity ~of the 79 2, 19 | the human will does not depend ~on its conformity to the 80 2, 20 | of the external ~action depend on the goodness of the will. 81 2, 24 | so in them good does not depend on the right ~ordering of 82 2, 24 | Because moral good and evil depend on reason. ~But the passions 83 2, 34 | evil in the moral order depend on ~agreement or disagreement 84 2, 34 | virtuous and the useful depend on accordance with ~reason, 85 2, 51 | are from nature does not depend on the will. But habit " 86 2, 57 | degree: and both of these depend on wisdom, as obtaining 87 2, 57 | in speculative matters, depend on the ~principles from 88 2, 58 | of what precedes does not depend on the ~perfection of what 89 2, 58 | of the ~reason, does not depend on moral virtue, which is 90 2, 58 | Reply OBJ 2: It does not depend on the disposition of our 91 2, 60 | as good and evil in ~them depend on their being commensurate 92 2, 60 | operations, good and evil depend only ~on commensuration 93 2, 60 | evil in these ~operations depend on the way in which man 94 2, 62 | that ~all other virtues depend on charity in some way, 95 2, 63 | these virtues does ~not depend on one particular mode of 96 2, 64 | the mean and the extremes depend on ~various circumstances: 97 2, 65 | the intellectual virtues depend on the understanding ~of 98 2, 65 | understanding of principles, do not depend on the conclusions, ~which 99 2, 65 | as do the moral ~virtues depend on prudence, because the 100 2, 65 | prudence. But charity does not depend on prudence; indeed, ~it 101 2, 65 | and hope, as such, do not depend either on ~prudence or charity; 102 2, 66 | on which all other things depend. Consequently fortitude ~ 103 2, 73 | degrees of gravity in a sin depend on the object, so also ~ 104 2, 73 | gravity of a sin does not depend on its ~cause. Because the 105 2, 100 | Now since human morals depend on their relation to reason, ~ 106 2, 102 | particular conditions, which depend on the judgment of those 107 2, 105 | punishment of ~evildoers, depend on the direction of those 108 2, 105 | as regards such things, depend on their own will, for instance ~ 109 2, 6 | To believe does indeed depend on the will of the believer: ~ 110 2, 22 | from the fact that they depend on prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 49 | the ~intellectual virtues depend on right reason. Therefore 112 2, 59 | dignity, which would seem to depend chiefly on what a ~person 113 2, 59 | the real mean and does not depend on us. Therefore ~it would 114 2, 72 | species and gravity of a sin depend on the end rather ~than 115 2, 75 | a favor received should depend on the utility accruing 116 2, 75 | case the just ~price will depend not only on the thing sold, 117 2, 75 | that the recompense should depend on the usefulness ~accruing, 118 2, 75 | things ~salable does not depend on their degree of nature, 119 2, 79 | its ~perfection does not depend on the consideration of 120 2, 84 | they are made, oblations depend on man's will, as ~appears 121 2, 90 | superstition, in so far as they depend on certain actions of the 122 2, 93 | public occurrences which depend ~on the multitude. Secondly, 123 2, 95 | namely, that he should not depend on worldly assistance, ~ 124 2, 95 | God: wherefore if ~they depend on God alone, it does not 125 2, 106 | the good of one person may depend on the good of ~another: 126 2, 109 | a venial sin. This will depend on the ~end in view; for 127 2, 125 | vice and virtue does not depend chiefly ~on the cause of 128 2, 125 | opposition of a vice does not depend on ~its cause, so neither 129 2, 125 | cause, so neither does it depend on its effect. Now the harm 130 2, 125 | the opposition of daring ~depend on this.~Aquin.: SMT SS 131 2, 130 | opposition of ~vices does not depend on their effects. Nevertheless 132 2, 139 | rule of temperance does not depend on the ~needs of the present 133 2, 139 | rule of temperance does not depend on ~the needs of the body.~ 134 2, 152 | race, and common goods depend on the law for their determination, 135 2, 152 | principle on which the rest depend. Now the principles of reason 136 2, 162 | life and soundness of body depend on the body being subject ~ 137 2, 169 | connected and on which they depend: thus it has been stated 138 2, 169 | connected in that principle and depend ~thereon. Hence he who knows 139 3, 6 | although a thing's becoming may depend on another, yet when it 140 3, 10 | hence the ~degrees thereof depend rather on the order of grace 141 3, 24 | beatitude ~of Christ does not depend on our knowledge thereof.~ 142 3, 35 | Eternal filiation does not depend on a temporal mother, but ~ 143 3, 62 | the sacraments seems to depend on faith. ~for as Augustine 144 3, 64 | And since cause does not depend on effect, but rather ~conversely, 145 3, 64 | perfection of an action does not depend on the ~intention of the 146 3, 64 | which comes first does not ~depend on that which follows, consequently 147 3, 65 | greater, on which others depend without ~its depending on 148 3, 66 | the effect, nor does ~it depend on it. Consequently, a man 149 3, 69 | OBJ 1: Faith and charity depend on man's will, yet so that 150 Suppl, 18| that it does not altogether depend on the priest's judgment.~ 151 Suppl, 18| Therefore it does not altogether depend on the priest's judgment.~ 152 Suppl, 24| those spiritual goods which depend ~on our will, such as the 153 Suppl, 25| Since then indulgences ~depend on the mere will of the 154 Suppl, 40| priest's power does not depend on ~a higher power save 155 Suppl, 40| contrary, One Order does not depend on a preceding order as ~ 156 Suppl, 45| matrimony. For the sacraments depend not on the human will but 157 Suppl, 49| existence of a thing does ~not depend on its use; and in this 158 Suppl, 69| spiritual substances do not depend on a body in ~respect of 159 Suppl, 72| effects of heavenly ~bodies depend on certain fixed positions 160 Suppl, 90| the increase of which will depend the increase in perfection ~


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