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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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presupposes

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | based on the literal, and presupposes it. Now ~this spiritual 2 1, 2 | the articles; for faith presupposes natural knowledge, even ~ 3 1, 2 | knowledge, even ~as grace presupposes nature, and perfection supposes 4 1, 5 | Nevertheless, the idea of goodness presupposes the idea ~of an efficient 5 1, 5 | form (and since ~the form presupposes certain things, and from 6 1, 5 | that form. ~Now the form presupposes determination or commensuration 7 1, 13 | substance; as dominion ~presupposes power, which is the divine 8 1, 14 | second mode of discursion presupposes ~the first mode; for whosoever 9 1, 14 | knowing the particular, for it presupposes the knowledge of singular ~ 10 1, 21 | works: whereas creation presupposes nothing. Therefore in ~creation 11 1, 21 | of ~divine justice always presupposes the work of mercy; and is 12 1, 21 | OBJ 4: Although creation presupposes nothing in the universe; 13 1, 22 | resides in the intellect; but presupposes the ~act of willing the 14 1, 22 | that end. Hence prudence presupposes the moral ~virtues, by means 15 1, 23 | answer that, Predestination presupposes election in the order of ~ 16 1, 23 | of ~reason; and election presupposes love. The reason of this 17 1, 23 | some to eternal ~salvation presupposes, in the order of reason, 18 1, 33 | in the order of nature it presupposes the ~generation of the Son. 19 1, 40 | OBJ 4: Further, whatever presupposes distinction cannot be the 20 1, 40 | distinction. But relation presupposes distinction, which ~comes 21 1, 40 | subsisting person, so that ~it presupposes the latter; while in a passive 22 1, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Relation presupposes the distinction of the subjects, 23 1, 40 | intelligence every relation presupposes ~that on which it is founded; 24 1, 40 | is founded; as equality presupposes quantity. But ~paternity 25 1, 40 | generation. Therefore ~paternity presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 40 | filiation. But filiation presupposes nativity; for the Son is 27 1, 40 | Therefore paternity also presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 40 | order of ~intelligence it presupposes the notional act, for relation, 29 1, 40 | and thus the notional act presupposes the relation, as an action ~ 30 1, 40 | relation, as an action ~presupposes a person acting.~Aquin.: 31 1, 40 | the Father; wherefore it presupposes the personal property ~of 32 1, 45 | regards their form, but presupposes ~matter. If therefore God 33 1, 45 | man begotten; and thus he presupposes ~in his action a determinate 34 1, 46 | a particular agent, that presupposes ~something and produces 35 1, 46 | produces the form, and ~presupposes the matter; and hence it 36 1, 46 | Now, a particular agent presupposes time just as it presupposes 37 1, 46 | presupposes time just as it presupposes matter. ~Hence it is correctly 38 1, 46 | beginning ~and end of time, presupposes the eternity of time and 39 1, 76 | the movement of which ~presupposes the operation of the intellect. 40 1, 76 | the ~sensitive soul, but presupposes it as a material subject.~ 41 1, 76 | power, the act of which presupposes the ~body to be already 42 1, 40 | OBJ 4: Further, whatever presupposes distinction cannot be the 43 1, 40 | distinction. But relation presupposes distinction, which ~comes 44 1, 40 | subsisting person, so that ~it presupposes the latter; while in a passive 45 1, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Relation presupposes the distinction of the subjects, 46 1, 40 | intelligence every relation presupposes ~that on which it is founded; 47 1, 40 | is founded; as equality presupposes quantity. But ~paternity 48 1, 40 | generation. Therefore ~paternity presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT 49 1, 40 | filiation. But filiation presupposes nativity; for the Son is 50 1, 40 | Therefore paternity also presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT 51 1, 40 | order of ~intelligence it presupposes the notional act, for relation, 52 1, 40 | and thus the notional act presupposes the relation, as an action ~ 53 1, 40 | relation, as an action ~presupposes a person acting.~Aquin.: 54 1, 40 | the Father; wherefore it presupposes the personal property ~of 55 1, 46 | regards their form, but presupposes ~matter. If therefore God 56 1, 46 | man begotten; and thus he presupposes ~in his action a determinate 57 1, 47 | a particular agent, that presupposes ~something and produces 58 1, 47 | agent produces the form, and presupposes the matter; and hence it 59 1, 47 | Now, a particular agent presupposes time just as it presupposes 60 1, 47 | presupposes time just as it presupposes matter. ~Hence it is correctly 61 1, 47 | beginning ~and end of time, presupposes the eternity of time and 62 1, 75 | the movement of which ~presupposes the operation of the intellect. 63 1, 75 | the ~sensitive soul, but presupposes it as a material subject.~ 64 1, 75 | power, the act of which presupposes the ~body to be already 65 1, 82 | however, is in us, but presupposes the help of God.~Aquin.: 66 1, 83 | Reply OBJ 3: Every movement presupposes something immovable: for 67 1, 89 | the second ~cause always presupposes something derived from the 68 1, 89 | and every agent, that presupposes something to ~its act, acts 69 1, 94 | and the soul. But consent presupposes existence. Therefore man 70 2, 2 | man himself: and hence it presupposes perfect or ~inchoate happiness. 71 2, 4 | perfection of virtue and grace presupposes the perfection of nature. 72 2, 12 | knowledge, but because it presupposes ~knowledge, which proposes 73 2, 12 | OBJ 3: Further, intention presupposes an act of reason or of the ~ 74 2, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Choice presupposes counsel by reason of its 75 2, 15 | to it, because counsel presupposes the desire of the end. On 76 2, 15 | the desire of the means presupposes the decision of counsel. 77 2, 19 | very desire of the due end presupposes on the part of ~reason a 78 2, 26 | appetite; whereas dilection presupposes the ~judgment of reason. 79 2, 27 | Desire for a thing always presupposes love for that thing. ~But 80 2, 40 | this reason, moreover, hope presupposes desire: just ~as all irascible 81 2, 40 | Hence despair, like hope, presupposes desire; because we neither ~ 82 2, 45 | of daring towards evil ~presupposes the movement of hope towards 83 2, 48 | reason. ~Because that which presupposes an act of reason, does not 84 2, 56 | subjected in reason: but it presupposes ~as its principle the rectitude 85 2, 57 | regards the appetite, since it presupposes the ~rectitude thereof.~ 86 2, 57 | that science depends on and presupposes understanding, which is 87 2, 58 | respect of moral matters, presupposes ~a right appetite of the 88 2, 58 | naturally known principles, presupposes the understanding ~of those 89 2, 66 | added to ~charity; for it presupposes love, as Augustine says ( 90 2, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Hope presupposes love of that which a man 91 2, 78 | certain malice, ~always presupposes some inordinateness in man, 92 2, 99 | thereto. For just as ~grace presupposes nature, so must the Divine 93 2, 113 | But the gift of wisdom ~presupposes the knowledge of faith, 94 2, 2 | human research, since it presupposes many other ~sciences: so 95 2, 4 | charity. This latter act presupposes faith, ~because the will 96 2, 13 | sin against the Holy Ghost presupposes other sins.~Aquin.: SMT 97 2, 13 | also, for the most part, presupposes other sins, ~for it is written ( 98 2, 13 | end, it is clear that it ~presupposes sin, just as repentance 99 2, 16 | because the act of hope ~presupposes the act of faith, as we 100 2, 26 | follows that love of God presupposes ~knowledge of God. And because 101 2, 43 | Hence the gift of ~wisdom presupposes faith, because "a man judges 102 2, 43 | of which we are speaking ~presupposes charity. Now charity is 103 2, 43 | distinct from charity, it presupposes ~it, and for that very reason 104 2, 45 | counsel." But as choice presupposes ~counsel, since it is "the 105 2, 86 | something: and a purpose presupposes deliberation, since ~it 106 2, 92 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Idolatry presupposes internal unbelief, and to 107 2, 123 | employs daring in moderation presupposes hope, so on the ~other hand 108 2, 126 | things: and hope for anything presupposes an appetite stretching ~ 109 2, 126 | Q[40], A[2]) that hope presupposes love and ~desire of the 110 2, 139 | pleasures. For just as daring presupposes objects of fear, so ~too 111 2, 152 | to nature, because reason presupposes ~things as determined by 112 3, 1 | forasmuch as every imperfect presupposes some perfect thing, by which 113 3, 1 | Reply OBJ 4: Predestination presupposes the foreknowledge of future ~ 114 3, 18 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Choice presupposes counsel; yet it follows 115 3, 34 | consists in choice. But choice ~presupposes the deliberation of counsel: 116 3, 34 | the act of the ~intellect presupposes an act of the senses; and 117 3, 37 | purified. For purification presupposes uncleanness. ~But there 118 3, 44 | righteousness: the ~former of which presupposes the latter, since, as it 119 3, 44 | the world. But this work presupposes creation. It ~seems, therefore, 120 3, 71 | which a man is regenerated, ~presupposes the life of the rational 121 3, 72 | character of Confirmation presupposes the character of ~Baptism?~( 122 3, 72 | character of Confirmation presupposes of necessity, the ~baptismal 123 3, 72 | which is spiritual strength, presupposes the ~effect of Baptism, 124 3, 72 | sacrament of ~Confirmation presupposes the sacrament of Baptism.~ 125 3, 75 | the first cause, which presupposes nothing else. But in this 126 3, 77 | natural; ~nevertheless, it presupposes the miracle which is wrought 127 3, 85 | appetitive power, which ~presupposes an act of the apprehension. 128 3, 85 | not in the ~memory, but presupposes it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] 129 3, 85 | as the act of one virtue presupposes the act of another. ~Accordingly, 130 3, 86 | latter does not cause, but presupposes true or apparent goodness 131 Suppl, 7 | Reply OBJ 2: Confession presupposes charity, which gives us 132 Suppl, 12| wherefore satisfaction ~presupposes inequality among actions, 133 Suppl, 17| respective acts, one of which presupposes the other.~Aquin.: SMT XP 134 Suppl, 21| sacraments: and this latter presupposes the former, since the faithful ~ 135 Suppl, 30| Now just as a bodily cure presupposes ~bodily life in the one 136 Suppl, 35| Whether the character of Order presupposes of necessity the ~character 137 Suppl, 35| Baptism?~(4) Whether it presupposes of necessity the character 138 Suppl, 35| the character of one Order presupposes of necessity the ~character 139 Suppl, 35| OBJ 3: Further, no cause presupposes its effect. But grace is ~ 140 Suppl, 35| Whether the character of Order presupposes the baptismal character?~ 141 Suppl, 35| Order is a sacrament, it presupposes Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT XP 142 Suppl, 35| the character of Order ~presupposes the character of Baptism.~ 143 Suppl, 35| character of Order necessarily presupposes the character of ~Confirmation?~ 144 Suppl, 35| character of Order necessarily presupposes ~the character of Confirmation. 145 Suppl, 35| another, ~as the middle presupposes the first, so does the last 146 Suppl, 35| character of Confirmation presupposes that of Baptism as ~being 147 Suppl, 35| Therefore the character of Order presupposes that of ~Confirmation as 148 Suppl, 35| Wherefore the character of Order presupposes the character of ~Confirmation 149 Suppl, 35| of one Order necessarily presupposes the character ~of another 150 Suppl, 35| of one Order necessarily ~presupposes the character of another 151 Suppl, 35| But the character of Order presupposes the character of another ~ 152 Suppl, 51| because the ~will's act presupposes an estimate or judgment


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