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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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element

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | measured ~by the most simple element of its genus, it must be 2 1, 20 | distinguished a certain material element - namely, the bodily ~change - 3 1, 20 | change - and a certain formal element, which is on the part of 4 1, 20 | 15,63,64), the material element is the kindling of the blood 5 1, 20 | as regards the ~formal element of certain passions a certain 6 1, 33 | cause" is more common than "element." ~For the first term of 7 1, 66 | understand by earth the element of ~earth, and we have said ( 8 1, 68 | being as it were a simple element. Such was the opinion of 9 1, 68 | of Plato, who ~held that element to be fire. Others, again, 10 1, 68 | implies the production of the element of ~fire. This production, 11 1, 68 | 3: Further, water is an element, and appointed to the generation 12 1, 68 | understand by water not the element ~but formless matter. Augustine, 13 1, 68 | dimension, and ~the primary element of all bodies. Thus in the 14 1, 69 | it is to be taken for the element itself. Again it may be ~ 15 1, 70 | beautiful the intermediate element, for they move in air and 16 1, 71 | animals, is either some element, or ~something compounded 17 1, 71 | evident that the ~earthly element must predominate, since 18 1, 71 | must predominate, since the element that is least active, ~namely, 19 1, 74 | the Spirit moved ~over the element of water, "fostering and 20 1, 76 | body, and not ~to a simple element, or to a mixed body, in 21 1, 67 | understand by earth the element of ~earth, and we have said ( 22 1, 69 | being as it were a simple element. Such was the opinion of 23 1, 69 | of Plato, who ~held that element to be fire. Others, again, 24 1, 69 | implies the production of the element of ~fire. This production, 25 1, 69 | 3: Further, water is an element, and appointed to the generation 26 1, 69 | understand by water not the element ~but formless matter. Augustine, 27 1, 69 | dimension, and ~the primary element of all bodies. Thus in the 28 1, 70 | it is to be taken for the element itself. Again it may be ~ 29 1, 71 | beautiful the intermediate element, for they move in air and 30 1, 71 | animals, is either some element, or ~something compounded 31 1, 71 | evident that the ~earthly element must predominate, since 32 1, 71 | must predominate, since the element that is least active, ~namely, 33 1, 73 | the Spirit moved ~over the element of water, "fostering and 34 1, 75 | body, and not ~to a simple element, or to a mixed body, in 35 1, 85 | contingent, or as containing some element of necessity, since every ~ 36 1, 89 | essence is as the material element, while ~its participated 37 1, 89 | existence is its formal element; which participated ~existence 38 1, 90 | abundance of the earthly element; ~which does not agree with 39 1, 102 | things there is a stable element, at least ~primary matter; 40 1, 102 | in each one there is an element of chance. And the very ~ 41 1, 102 | And the very ~fact that an element of chance is found in those 42 2, 20 | the material and formal element is one thing. Therefore ~ 43 2, 22 | wherefore the material element in the definitions ~of the 44 2, 28 | in respect of its formal ~element, i.e. in regard to the appetite. 45 2, 28 | respect of the material ~element in the passion of love, 46 2, 35 | Wherefore the foreign element in the ~effect of sorrow, 47 2, 35 | then we have the foreign element ~affecting both, since there 48 2, 37 | in regard to the formal element of pain, which belongs ~ 49 2, 37 | which is their material element, is in conformity with and ~ 50 2, 37 | movement, which is the formal element: ~just as in everything 51 2, 44 | of the ~soul, the formal element is the movement of the appetitive 52 2, 44 | transmutation is the material element. Both of these are ~mutually 53 2, 44 | Consequently the humid element being spent, thirst ensues; 54 2, 48 | movement, which is the formal element of anger. But the ~passion 55 2, 48 | commotion is the material element of ~anger. In this respect 56 2, 60 | Reply OBJ 2: This formal element is one generically, on account 57 2, 60 | operations in which ~there is an element of something due or undue 58 2, 63 | concupiscences: while the material ~element is something on the part 59 2, 67 | virtues there ~is a formal element, and a quasi-material element. 60 2, 67 | element, and a quasi-material element. The material element ~in 61 2, 67 | quasi-material element. The material element ~in these virtues is a certain 62 2, 67 | fixed by reason, the formal element is precisely this order 63 2, 67 | as regards their material element. For in the future life ~ 64 2, 67 | as regards ~the formal element, they will remain most perfect, 65 2, 67 | virtues, ~as to their material element; thus he speaks of justice, 66 2, 67 | belong to the material element of the virtues.~Aquin.: 67 2, 67 | are the ~quasi-material element in the intellectual virtues, 68 2, 67 | species are the quasi-formal element of the intellectual ~virtues. 69 2, 67 | as regards their formal ~element, just as we have stated 70 2, 67 | referring ~to the material element in science, and to the mode 71 2, 67 | science as to its material ~element, viz. the phantasms, but 72 2, 82 | Consequently the formal element of original sin must be 73 2, 82 | subject to God, is the formal element ~in original sin; while 74 2, 82 | is a ~kind of material element in respect of original sin. 75 2, 85 | an active, and a passive element: thus the sensible object ~ 76 2, 105 | rulers": so that there was an element of aristocracy. But it was 77 2, 106 | 1]), there is a twofold element in the ~Law of the Gospel. 78 2, 106 | Gospel. There is the chief element, viz. the grace of the Holy ~ 79 2, 106 | be justified." The other element of the ~Evangelical Law 80 2, 106 | but as to its secondary element: i.e. as to the dogmas and ~ 81 2, 57 | injustice, the material element is that ~which is done externally, 82 2, 57 | the formal and essential element is on the part of the will 83 2, 98 | because it is ~merely a bodily element. But if it were an adult 84 2, 116 | privation of good is the formal ~element in sin, while conversion 85 2, 116 | mutable good is the material ~element, the gravity of the sin 86 2, 150 | the formal and completive element in virginity.~Aquin.: SMT 87 2, 150 | persevering therein. The material element is expressed ~indirectly 88 2, 150 | the formal and completive element ~in virginity is the purpose 89 2, 150 | things: while the material ~element in virginity is integrity 90 2, 169 | Reply OBJ 3: The formal element in prophetic knowledge is 91 2, 177 | contemplative, sometimes the active element, abounds.~Aquin.: SMT SS 92 3, 57 | nature of this predominating element the human body is ~borne 93 3, 60 | The word is ~added to the element and this becomes a sacrament"; 94 3, 60 | water which is a sensible element. Therefore sensible things 95 3, 60 | The word is added to the element, and this ~becomes a sacrament."~ 96 3, 60 | body through the sensible ~element, and the soul through faith 97 3, 60 | add ~words to the visible element in the sacraments; because 98 3, 66 | The word is ~added to the element, and this becomes a sacrament." 99 3, 66 | becomes a sacrament." Now, the element is ~the water. Therefore 100 3, 66 | says that it is "a material element": and in defining ~Baptism 101 3, 66 | the words are added, the element becomes a sacrament, ~not 102 3, 66 | a sacrament, ~not in the element itself, but in man, to whom 103 3, 66 | but in man, to whom the element is applied, by ~being used 104 3, 66 | which are added to the element, when we say: "I baptize 105 3, 66 | proportion of the earthly ~element, as the Philosopher shows ( 106 3, 72 | in ~Baptism, is a simple element, viz. water. Therefore chrism, 107 3, 72 | The word is added to the element, ~and this becomes a sacrament." 108 3, 78 | The word ~is added to the element, and this becomes a sacrament." 109 3, 84 | the formal and completive element of ~the sacrament. Now in 110 3, 86 | matter. Now if ~the formal element of anything be removed, 111 3, 86 | punishment: and yet the material ~element remains, viz. the inordinate 112 3, 86 | sinner, are the material element in the sacrament of Penance. 113 Suppl, 8 | reaches a man through the element itself applied ~externally, 114 Suppl, 8 | sacrament there is no bodily element applied externally, ~through 115 Suppl, 9 | washing, we employ that ~element which is chiefly used in 116 Suppl, 9 | wash with a determinate element, so neither does ~it suffice, 117 Suppl, 12| courage. Now the formal element in every moral ~virtue is 118 Suppl, 12| consent ~to the necessity, the element of merit is not forfeited.~ 119 Suppl, 12| 1~Reply OBJ 3: The chief element of virtue can be understood 120 Suppl, 12| First, as being the chief element of virtue as virtue, and 121 Suppl, 12| virtue, and thus the chief ~element of virtue denotes whatever 122 Suppl, 12| virtue. Secondly, the chief element of virtue may be taken as ~ 123 Suppl, 12| denotes the quasi-material element and effect of ~original 124 Suppl, 30| natural property of the bodily element, and consequently always ~ 125 Suppl, 34| Sacram. i) "is a material element." ~Now Order denotes nothing 126 Suppl, 34| name express a material ~element, it is not conferred without 127 Suppl, 34| conferred without some material element.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] A[ 128 Suppl, 42| Sacram. i) is "a ~material element." But matrimony has not 129 Suppl, 42| matrimony has not a material element for its ~matter. Therefore 130 Suppl, 42| the place of ~the material element, so it is in Matrimony.~ 131 Suppl, 51| baptizer, but by the material element applied outwardly; ~and 132 Suppl, 51| as directing the material element to ~its effect; whereas 133 Suppl, 54| disappears as regards the first element which is most subtle; at ~ 134 Suppl, 54| admixture, as regards the second element; at the third, as to ~the 135 Suppl, 54| third, as to ~the third element; at the fourth, as to the 136 Suppl, 54| fourth, as to the fourth element. Thus after ~the fourth 137 Suppl, 72| body and the form of an element may be ~considered in two 138 Suppl, 72| from the fire ~which is an element: because it will cleanse 139 Suppl, 72| from ~the fire that is an element, because it will move in 140 Suppl, 72| For some ~say that the element of fire which is in its 141 Suppl, 72| Therefore neither will the element of ~fire be cleansed by 142 Suppl, 72| the natural power ~of the element, but also as the instrument 143 Suppl, 76| substantial form of an ~element, but its proper accident, 144 Suppl, 79| the elements; this fifth element ~was known to the peripatetic 145 Suppl, 83| the Philosopher (De Prop. Element.), "no ~animal can live 146 Suppl, 94| according to its nature an element ~cannot last for ever outside


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