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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dispositions

    Part, Question
1 1, 45 | by the form and ~contrary dispositions, whereby the potentiality ( 2 1, 48 | receives its intensity by the dispositions whereby the ~matter is prepared 3 1, 48 | its remission by contrary dispositions ~which, the more they are 4 1, 48 | 3~Therefore, if contrary dispositions cannot be multiplied and 5 1, 48 | multiplied. But if the contrary dispositions can be ~infinitely multiplied, 6 1, 48 | according as the contrary dispositions are also increased ~infinitely, 7 1, 53 | movable subject is in various dispositions; hence in the ~last "now" 8 1, 57 | coming eclipse from ~the dispositions of the movements of the 9 1, 57 | greatest faculty learn man's dispositions, not only ~when expressed 10 1, 57 | corporeal things and their dispositions, they ~can thereby know 11 1, 63 | irrational animals have wicked dispositions by ~nature: thus the fox 12 1, 76 | that they are of various dispositions. This is suitable to ~the 13 1, 76 | operations it requires various dispositions in the parts of the ~body 14 1, 76 | the medium of ~accidental dispositions?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 15 1, 76 | the medium of accidental dispositions. For every form exists in ~ 16 1, 76 | proper disposed matter. But dispositions to a form are accidents. ~ 17 1, 76 | the existence of certain dispositions ~mediating between the soul 18 1, 76 | impossible for any accidental dispositions ~to pre-exist in matter 19 1, 76 | before corporeity; and thus ~dispositions are understood in matter 20 1, 46 | by the form and ~contrary dispositions, whereby the potentiality ( 21 1, 49 | receives its intensity by the dispositions whereby the ~matter is prepared 22 1, 49 | its remission by contrary dispositions ~which, the more they are 23 1, 49 | 3~Therefore, if contrary dispositions cannot be multiplied and 24 1, 49 | multiplied. But if the contrary dispositions can be ~infinitely multiplied, 25 1, 49 | according as the contrary dispositions are also increased ~infinitely, 26 1, 54 | movable subject is in various dispositions; hence in the ~last "now" 27 1, 58 | coming eclipse from ~the dispositions of the movements of the 28 1, 58 | greatest faculty learn man's dispositions, not only ~when expressed 29 1, 58 | corporeal things and their dispositions, they ~can thereby know 30 1, 64 | irrational animals have wicked dispositions by ~nature: thus the fox 31 1, 75 | that they are of various dispositions. This is suitable to ~the 32 1, 75 | operations it requires various dispositions in the parts of the ~body 33 1, 75 | the medium of ~accidental dispositions? ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 34 1, 75 | the medium of accidental dispositions. For every form exists in ~ 35 1, 75 | proper disposed matter. But dispositions to a form are accidents. ~ 36 1, 75 | the existence of certain dispositions ~mediating between the soul 37 1, 75 | impossible for any accidental dispositions ~to pre-exist in matter 38 1, 75 | before corporeity; and thus ~dispositions are understood in matter 39 1, 78 | things, on account of their ~dispositions. But if the agent does not 40 1, 105 | angel, are, as it were, dispositions to this ultimate form.~Aquin.: 41 1, 107 | exists in reality between the dispositions of the orders according 42 1, 110 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Two dispositions concur in the virtue of 43 1, 114 | accidents are merely ~material dispositions in regard to the substantial 44 1, 114 | principle above these material ~dispositions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 45 1, 114 | according to the various dispositions of matter. Now it ~happens 46 1, 114 | according to the various dispositions of matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP 47 1, 114 | with their movements and ~dispositions, are necessary beings; it 48 1, 115 | that ~the series itself or dispositions of causes is in itself necessary, 49 2, 5 | of ~certain preliminary dispositions thereto: whereas he attains 50 2, 5 | can be required only as dispositions thereto. Therefore God ~ 51 2, 5 | God ~who does not require dispositions before acting, bestows Happiness ~ 52 2, 49 | Predicaments, "he includes all dispositions: ~bodily dispositions, when 53 2, 49 | all dispositions: ~bodily dispositions, when he says 'as to place,'" 54 2, 49 | he includes all those dispositions which are in ~course of 55 2, 49 | species,' he ~includes perfect dispositions, which are called habits," 56 2, 49 | that heat and cold are dispositions or habits, just as ~sickness 57 2, 49 | adventitious, "are ~habits and dispositions, differing in the point 58 2, 49 | and there are also many dispositions ~which are not adventitious 59 2, 49 | otherwise the distinction of dispositions and ~habits from other qualities. 60 2, 49 | the body, that they ~are "dispositions of the perfect to the best; 61 2, 49 | thing, belong to habits or dispositions: for shape and color, according ~ 62 2, 49 | subaltern genus: so that we call dispositions, those qualities of the ~ 63 2, 49 | fixed way, are not called dispositions or habits, but "simple ~ 64 2, 49 | qualities": but we call dispositions or habits, such things as 65 2, 50 | OBJ 2: Further, all bodily dispositions are easy to change. But 66 2, 50 | OBJ 3: Further, all bodily dispositions are subject to change. But ~ 67 2, 50 | 1,2). And therefore the dispositions to such ~operations are 68 2, 50 | like ~are called habitual dispositions. Yet they have not the nature 69 2, 50 | absolutely that habits or dispositions of ~the first species are 70 2, 50 | which are ~called habits and dispositions. But this is clearly contrary 71 2, 50 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Bodily dispositions are not simply difficult 72 2, 50 | by comparison to other dispositions. But ~qualities of the soul 73 2, 50 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily dispositions which are in the first species 74 2, 50 | regard to like habits and ~dispositions, primarily and of themselves.~ 75 2, 50 | powers. For we speak of dispositions and ~habits in relation 76 2, 50 | in them, however, certain dispositions in relation ~to nature, 77 2, 50 | Coel. Hier. iv): "The holy ~dispositions of the heavenly essences 78 2, 50 | seems that ~there are no dispositions and habits in them.~Aquin.: 79 2, 50 | have quoted, says: "Their dispositions, and the ~powers which are 80 2, 50 | But those habits that are dispositions to the natural being are 81 2, 51 | gradually expels contrary dispositions, so that by overcoming it ~ 82 2, 52 | nature, to which various ~dispositions may be suitable; which disposition 83 2, 52 | 5/11 ~Now these various dispositions and measures of health are 84 2, 52 | in ~respect of material dispositions, "more or less are found 85 2, 52 | since we speak of habits and dispositions in ~respect of a relation 86 2, 52 | be observed in habits and dispositions. ~First, in respect of the 87 2, 54 | Q[49], A[4]), habits are dispositions of ~a thing that is in potentiality 88 2, 54 | those habits which are ~dispositions to nature, it is clear that 89 2, 54 | according to the various dispositions of which parts there are 90 2, 54 | there are several habits or dispositions in the same ~subject.~Aquin.: 91 2, 54 | of those habits that are dispositions to ~operation, and belong 92 2, 54 | A[5]). But habits are dispositions ~to acts. Therefore habits 93 2, 54 | active principles of such dispositions; ~secondly, in respect of 94 2, 55 | beauty, which are suitable dispositions of the body. But this ~does 95 2, 65 | reason of certain ordinary dispositions remaining from previous ~ 96 2, 65 | remove also the ~contrary dispositions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 97 2, 69 | correspondence with the dispositions ~included in the merit. 98 2, 75 | act: because acts cause ~dispositions and habits inclining to 99 2, 82 | it is due to the ~various dispositions of the powers, as stated.~ 100 2, 84 | because man's particular dispositions are infinite in number. ~ 101 2, 88 | that "from like acts like dispositions ~and habits are engendered." 102 2, 102 | outwardly in man are the dispositions of his body and his clothes. ~ 103 2, 110 | above (Q[55], seqq.) are dispositions, whereby a man is fittingly ~ 104 2, 111 | grace; but he causes certain dispositions towards it. Hence gratuitous ~ 105 2, 13 | account of the many previous dispositions, or again, through being ~ 106 2, 23 | venial sins are said to be dispositions to mortal sin, ~as stated 107 2, 50 | gifts of the Holy ~Ghost are dispositions whereby the soul is rendered 108 2, 93 | observation regards the dispositions, that occur to the eye, ~ 109 2, 93 | cannot be said that ~the dispositions and movements of the heavenly 110 2, 93 | order to ~discover internal dispositions.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 111 2, 93 | of birds, and whatever ~dispositions one may consider in such 112 2, 93 | they are conformed to the ~dispositions of the heavenly bodies and 113 2, 93 | are not subject to the ~dispositions of the stars. Wherefore 114 2, 93 | for ~their result on the dispositions of the stars, his opinion 115 2, 94 | into effect the various dispositions of the stars," as though 116 2, 119 | Holy Ghost are habitual dispositions of the soul, ~rendering 117 2, 127 | magnanimity implies certain dispositions of the ~body: for the Philosopher 118 2, 127 | things. And just as these dispositions of bodily movements ~are 119 2, 178 | i.e. in keeping with ~the dispositions of the direct order. Whereas 120 2, 179 | active life, ~merely as dispositions to contemplation, such things 121 2, 179 | in themselves, and not as dispositions ~to the contemplative life, 122 2, 180 | works of the active life as dispositions to the ~contemplative life; 123 2, 184 | ad 2), such things are dispositions ~to the chief vows. And 124 2, 186 | account of the different ~dispositions and on account of the different 125 2, 187 | according ~to the various dispositions of nature. Secondly, the 126 3, 13 | But the other corporeal dispositions ~which have no natural relation 127 3, 80 | finds that he has these ~dispositions every day, he will do well 128 3, 81 | owing to the different dispositions of the thing contained. ~ 129 3, 84 | the sacrament, but are ~dispositions thereto. On the other hand, 130 3, 86 | has been forgiven, the ~dispositions caused by preceding acts 131 3, 86 | are after the manner of dispositions ~rather than of habits, 132 3, 89 | remnants of sin remain, viz. ~dispositions caused by previous acts, 133 3, 89 | according to ~the different dispositions of the subject, as stated 134 Suppl, 2 | virtue of all his preceding ~dispositions.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[6] 135 Suppl, 30| remnants of sin, since the dispositions remaining from preceding ~ 136 Suppl, 30| do not mean here those ~dispositions which result from acts, 137 Suppl, 30| though such like habits or dispositions remain, the mind is not ~ 138 Suppl, 30| approach them in the proper dispositions. Now sometimes the recipient 139 Suppl, 42| like acts result in like ~dispositions and habits.~Aquin.: SMT 140 Suppl, 72| cleansed from the contrary dispositions, ere they ~be brought to 141 Suppl, 72| namely ~their unnatural dispositions by reason of which they 142 Suppl, 72| are ~called sins as being dispositions to sin, and not as having 143 Suppl, 88| cannot produce different dispositions, unless it be itself disposed ~ 144 Suppl, 89| lack some of the preceding dispositions. ~Now all knowledge by which 145 Suppl, 92| the dowries are habits or dispositions or any other qualities directed 146 Suppl, 92| conditions of beatitude, but not dispositions to beatitude or to its act, ~ 147 Suppl, 93| various conditions and ~dispositions of the subject, because


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