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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | itself has the ~aspect of moving another. Nor is it repugnant 2 1, 5 | the action of ~the agent moving to the form; thirdly, comes 3 1, 18 | came from an "intrinsic moving force," as ~some in fact 4 1, 18 | have the further ~power of moving from place to place, as 5 1, 18 | since our being, living, and moving are ~themselves caused by 6 1, 23 | proceeds, as from its first moving principle.~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 25 | of this is ~that one body moving another is a univocal agent; 8 1, 25 | the greater the power of a moving body, the more quickly does 9 1, 27 | proceeding to the effect, as moving it, or impressing its own 10 1, 27 | rational creature, ~and moving it to life. The words of 11 1, 36 | inasmuch as it implies a moving power. But to no ~creature 12 1, 45 | acts except by touching or moving; and thus it requires in 13 1, 48 | end is said ~to effect by moving the efficient cause. But 14 1, 51 | fixed quarter; because "the moving ~energy is always in the 15 1, 52 | strength is sufficient for ~moving the boat; while all together 16 1, 53 | But the power of an angel moving himself ~exceeds beyond 17 1, 62 | belongs to a subject which is moving towards its end. ~Now the 18 1, 70 | those of ~understanding and moving; for appetite follows both 19 1, 70 | made up of two parts, the moving and the moved, goes ~on 20 1, 70 | way, as a contact of a ~moving power with the object moved, 21 1, 70 | to them, and act as their moving power. A ~proof that the 22 1, 73 | creatures, but by directing and moving His creatures to the work 23 1, 75 | body. For the soul is the moving ~principle of the body. 24 1, 75 | power does not consist in moving, but in being moved. Whence ~ 25 1, 76 | the breath is a means of moving, as the first ~instrument 26 1, 77 | power, as the principle and moving cause: for color is the 27 1, 46 | acts except by touching or moving; and thus it requires in 28 1, 49 | end is said ~to effect by moving the efficient cause. But 29 1, 52 | fixed quarter; because "the moving ~energy is always in the 30 1, 53 | strength is sufficient for ~moving the boat; while all together 31 1, 54 | But the power of an angel moving himself ~exceeds beyond 32 1, 63 | belongs to a subject which is moving towards its end. ~Now the 33 1, 71 | those of ~understanding and moving; for appetite follows both 34 1, 71 | made up of two parts, the moving and the moved, goes ~on 35 1, 71 | way, as a contact of a ~moving power with the object moved, 36 1, 71 | to them, and act as their moving power. A ~proof that the 37 1, 72 | creatures, but by directing and moving His creatures to the work 38 1, 74 | body. For the soul is the moving ~principle of the body. 39 1, 74 | power does not consist in moving, but in being moved. Whence ~ 40 1, 75 | the breath is a means of moving, as the first ~instrument 41 1, 76 | power, as the principle and moving cause: for color is the 42 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the moving principle in animals is 43 1, 82 | voluntary. And just as by moving natural causes He does not 44 1, 82 | acts being natural, so by moving voluntary causes He does 45 1, 82 | compared to the will as moving the will. ~And therefore 46 1, 83 | all demonstration through moving and ~material causes. Secondly, 47 1, 83 | thing may ~be hindered from moving upwards; for this reason 48 1, 85 | and bare of all anxiety moving at the caprice of ~whatever 49 1, 98 | should not ~be apt for moving the limbs. On the other 50 1, 102 | in two ways. First, ~in moving itself to the end, as man 51 1, 102 | creature ~becomes like God by moving others to be good. Wherefore 52 1, 102 | their goodness, and ~the moving of things to good. Thirdly, 53 1, 102 | movable thing, caused by the moving principle, as is laid down 54 1, 103 | for they cause only by ~moving, as above stated (Q[45], 55 1, 104 | He touches creatures by moving them; but He is not ~touched, 56 1, 104 | In like manner God, while moving the will, does not force 57 1, 109 | corporeal agents, that is by moving the corporeal agents ~themselves, 58 1, 116 | which he has himself, by moving him ~to order rightly the 59 1, 118 | would not have the power of ~moving towards (the production 60 2, 1 | ways: first, as a thing, moving itself to the ~end, as man; 61 2, 1 | principle, as it were, moving the appetite; consequently, 62 2, 1 | in the same ~relation in moving the appetite, as the first 63 2, 1 | is clear that secondary moving causes do not move save 64 2, 3 | ranks above knowledge in moving, but knowledge ~precedes 65 2, 6 | in his body, but also by moving ~the will itself; because 66 2, 6 | is an instrument of God moving it: so it is not ~contrary 67 2, 9 | itself, it ~would always be moving itself, which is clearly 68 2, 9 | follow that it is always moving itself.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 69 2, 9 | begun, through something ~moving him, to will to be healed. 70 2, 11 | will as the ~motive power, moving (the powers) towards the 71 2, 15 | one who has the power of moving the stick. But ~irrational 72 2, 16 | of the executive power in moving it. But since ~the will, 73 2, 17 | there ~are four ways of moving, "by perfecting, by disposing, 74 2, 17 | intimates something to a man ~by moving him thereto; and this intimation 75 2, 17 | virtue of the higher power ~moving it: for thus also the act 76 2, 50 | the body ~or from the soul moving the body. Consequently, 77 2, 53 | nothing is ~changed without a moving cause. Since therefore cessation 78 2, 53 | from act does ~not imply a moving cause, it does not appear 79 2, 53 | Cessation from act is a moving cause, conducive of ~corruption 80 2, 56 | directing, from ~the will as moving, and from the motive power 81 2, 56 | intellect rather ~through moving it; for the reason that 82 2, 57 | him and his appetite in moving him. Wherefore, if ~he do 83 2, 65 | the end is the chief and moving principle in respect of 84 2, 68 | perfect the ~reason, the moving principle of the moral virtues. 85 2, 73 | considers the extrinsic moving cause, which ~diminishes 86 2, 74 | wields its sovereign power of moving the members ~to action, 87 2, 75 | in three ways, either by moving the will ~itself immediately, 88 2, 75 | itself immediately, or by moving the reason, or by moving 89 2, 75 | moving the reason, or by moving the sensitive ~appetite. 90 2, 75 | cause of sin, except by moving the reason, as a man or ~ 91 2, 75 | by enticing to sin; or by moving the sensitive appetite, 92 2, 75 | external can be a cause moving to sin, but not so as to 93 2, 75 | manner of an efficient or moving cause, both directly ~and 94 2, 76 | Philosopher (Phys. viii, 27) a moving ~cause is twofold, direct 95 2, 76 | as the generator is the moving cause of heavy and light ~ 96 2, 80 | this can only happen by moving that action's proper principle ~ 97 2, 80 | thing may be understood as moving the will in ~three ways. 98 2, 80 | causes good things in us by moving the will inwardly, whereas 99 2, 80 | sensitive appetite, by ~moving either of which he can induce 100 2, 80 | to impede altogether, by ~moving the imagination and the 101 2, 81 | and moved by man's first moving principle. In this way, ~ 102 2, 82 | is the most impetuous in moving, and is felt ~most, as stated 103 2, 84 | fundamental reasons for moving the appetite; and it is 104 2, 87 | s own household are more moving. ~Consequently when a man 105 2, 90 | the extrinsic principle moving to ~good is God, Who both 106 2, 90 | Reason has its power of moving from the will, as stated ~ 107 2, 93 | type of Divine Wisdom, as ~moving all things to their due 108 2, 93 | by the act of man himself moving those things, ~for these 109 2, 109 | bestowing the natural light, and moving us to understand and speak 110 2, 109 | without the help of God moving him. Now to love God above 111 2, 109 | the gratuitous help of God moving him inwardly.~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 109 | without the help of ~God moving him, and drawing him to 113 2, 111 | man can ~help in this by moving interiorly (for this belongs 114 2, 112 | must be by the help of God moving the soul to good. And thus 115 2, 112 | Hence if God intends, while ~moving, that the one whose heart 116 2, 113 | called refers to God's help moving and exciting our ~mind to 117 2, 113 | is brought about by God ~moving man to justice. For He it 118 2, 113 | that ~in local movement the moving body leaves the term "whence" 119 2, 113 | time wherein anything is moving towards its form, it is 120 2, 114 | grace of the Holy Ghost moving us to life everlasting, 121 2, 114 | power of the Holy Ghost moving us to life ~everlasting 122 2, 6 | supernatural principle ~moving him inwardly; and this is 123 2, 6 | act of faith, is from God moving man inwardly ~by grace.~ 124 2, 10 | in the will as its first moving principle, in which ~way 125 2, 23 | disposition ~or effort, by moving man's mind either more or 126 2, 41 | For when a body, ~while moving along a path, meets with 127 2, 60 | the part of the taking, by moving a man to take, ~either by 128 2, 110 | from pride as its inwardly moving and ~impelling cause. For 129 3, 6 | formal medium, but as a moving medium. For from the ~word 130 3, 15 | belongs to a wayfarer to be moving toward the end of ~beatitude, 131 3, 15 | resting in the end. Now ~to be moving towards the end and to be 132 3, 15 | It is impossible to be moving towards the end and resting ~ 133 3, 19 | operating, which is ~the first moving principle; but difference 134 3, 31 | is able to come without ~moving from the place where He 135 3, 46 | either an efficient or ~a moving cause then it brings about 136 3, 57 | power of ~His glorified soul moving His body at will.~Aquin.: 137 3, 66 | Baptism of ~Repentance by moving the heart; but in the Baptism 138 Suppl, 2 | In every series of things moving and moved ordained to ~one 139 Suppl, 65| they are from a ~higher moving principle - thus the movements 140 Suppl, 70| all in the soul itself as moving ~itself, and secondly in 141 Suppl, 72| of the principal agent as moving that ~instrument. In like 142 Suppl, 81| The more the power of the moving soul dominates over the ~ 143 Suppl, 81| more adapted to obey the moving ~spirit, labor less in being 144 Suppl, 81| except the power they have in moving lower ~bodies to generation 145 Suppl, 81| resistance of the movable to the moving power, but ~also the resistance 146 Suppl, 81| being proportionate to the moving ~power in comparison with


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