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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | absolutely primal; but must be preceded by something ~perfect. For 2 1, 23 | For nothing eternal can be preceded by anything temporal; ~and 3 1, 46 | of the world would ~have preceded the world; against which 4 1, 46 | consequence is that ~infinite days preceded this present day. But it 5 1, 62 | the absence of ~formation preceded formation by priority of 6 1, 66 | formlessness of created matter preceded in time its ~formation?~( 7 1, 66 | formlessness of created matter preceded in time its formation?~Aquin.: 8 1, 66 | that formlessness of matter preceded in time its ~formation. 9 1, 66 | therefore, formlessness ~preceded in time the formation of 10 1, 66 | formlessness of ~matter preceded in time its formation. And 11 1, 66 | For it formless matter preceded in duration, it already 12 1, 66 | To say, then, that matter preceded, but ~without form, is to 13 1, 66 | formlessness of corporeal matter preceded its form in ~duration. And 14 1, 66 | differed. Plato and all who preceded Aristotle held that all 15 1, 66 | signified by darkness, preceded form not by duration, but 16 1, 66 | the formlessness of matter preceded by duration its form, and 17 1, 66 | beginning, then the time that preceded was the measure, not of ~ 18 1, 67 | formlessness of matter preceded its form in duration, matter 19 1, 68 | that formlessness of matter preceded ~in time its formation, 20 1, 69 | Not that this formlessness preceded formation, in time, but 21 1, 69 | nor yet that one formation preceded another in duration, but ~ 22 1, 69 | on formless matter, that preceded with priority not of time, 23 1, 77 | reason; and these again are ~preceded by their opposites," that 24 1, 47 | of the world would ~have preceded the world; against which 25 1, 47 | consequence is that ~infinite days preceded this present day. But it 26 1, 63 | the absence of ~formation preceded formation by priority of 27 1, 67 | formlessness of created matter preceded in time its ~formation?~( 28 1, 67 | formlessness of created matter preceded in time its formation?~Aquin.: 29 1, 67 | that formlessness of matter preceded in time its ~formation. 30 1, 67 | therefore, formlessness ~preceded in time the formation of 31 1, 67 | formlessness of ~matter preceded in time its formation. And 32 1, 67 | For it formless matter preceded in duration, it already 33 1, 67 | To say, then, that matter preceded, but ~without form, is to 34 1, 67 | formlessness of corporeal matter preceded its form in ~duration. And 35 1, 67 | differed. Plato and all who preceded Aristotle held that all 36 1, 67 | signified by darkness, preceded form not by duration, but 37 1, 67 | the formlessness of matter preceded by duration its form, and 38 1, 67 | beginning, then the time that preceded was the measure, not of ~ 39 1, 68 | formlessness of matter preceded its form in duration, matter 40 1, 69 | that formlessness of matter preceded ~in time its formation, 41 1, 70 | Not that this formlessness preceded formation, in time, but 42 1, 70 | nor yet that one formation preceded another in duration, but ~ 43 1, 70 | on formless matter, that preceded with priority not of time, 44 1, 76 | reason; and these again are ~preceded by their opposites," that 45 1, 81 | act of the will must be preceded by another act of the ~intellect, 46 1, 81 | movement of the will ~must be preceded by apprehension, whereas 47 1, 81 | every apprehension is not ~preceded by an act of the will; but 48 1, 83 | what follows by that which preceded.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 49 1, 89 | For ~the work of creation preceded the work of distinction 50 1, 89 | say that the human soul preceded in the ~work of the six 51 1, 93 | action. And from what has preceded (Q[85], A[6]), it is clear 52 2, 4 | Every act of the will is preceded by an act of the ~intellect: 53 2, 6 | movement arises that is not preceded by a motion from without. 54 2, 6 | movements in animals are indeed preceded by a motion ~from without; 55 2, 13 | and to use. And choice is ~preceded by counsel. First of all, 56 2, 17 | will uses the reason, is preceded by a command of reason; ~ 57 2, 19 | that act of the will which preceded, but that which is repeated.~ 58 2, 34 | moral genus, for it is preceded by love and desire. Therefore 59 2, 82 | Now original sin is not preceded by ~an act. Therefore original 60 2, 88 | of the sensuality which preceded the ~consent of reason can 61 2, 89 | Now the vainglory which preceded man's defeat, which was ~ 62 2, 89 | 2: This vainglory which preceded man's downfall, was his 63 2, 89 | for it is stated to have preceded his downfall into the ~outward 64 2, 100 | negative precepts should ~have preceded the affirmative.~Aquin.: 65 2, 103 | sacrifices and holocausts ~preceded the Law: for it is written ( 66 2, 103 | ceremonies of the Old Law preceded the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 67 2, 103 | to holy things. But these preceded the Law. For ~we read (Gn. 68 2, 103 | Therefore the legal ~ceremonies preceded the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 69 2, 103 | circumcision. But circumcision preceded the Law, as appears from 70 2, 103 | like manner the priesthood preceded the Law; for it is written ( 71 2, 103 | the sacramental ceremonies preceded the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 72 2, 103 | But this distinction preceded the Law; for it is written ( 73 2, 103 | Therefore the legal ceremonies preceded the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 103 | One was the ~time that preceded the Passion of Christ, during 75 2, 1 | faith of those Fathers who preceded them. But there ~was an 76 2, 10 | The authority of Caesar preceded the distinction of ~faithful 77 2, 16 | the order of nature, is preceded by charity. Therefore ~charity 78 2, 16 | hope, which is naturally ~preceded by charity and the merits 79 2, 23 | virtue of all those that preceded it, reduces the virtue into ~ 80 2, 68 | things or when ill-report has preceded. If however he is ~required 81 2, 68 | which no ill-report has preceded, he is not bound to give ~ 82 2, 81 | Mass, the consecration is preceded by ~supplication," in which 83 2, 81 | for it. Intercession is preceded by prayer whereby we ~approach 84 2, 81 | Whom we ask: and prayer is preceded by supplication, ~whereby 85 2, 94 | Now sickness in man is preceded by certain symptoms, which ~ 86 2, 115 | war: while all these are ~preceded by those virtues which are 87 2, 120 | this precept should have preceded the ~first, whereby superstition 88 2, 120 | superstition, and ~thus should have preceded it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] 89 2, 152 | thought. For the thought which preceded while he was awake, is ~ 90 2, 161 | does ~not mean that pride preceded the promptings of the serpent, 91 2, 172 | the ~prophets, and yet he preceded the other prophets. Therefore 92 2, 182 | perfection of charity is preceded both by its increase and 93 2, 187 | and such a vow should be preceded by a year's ~probation, 94 2, 187 | and such a vow need not be preceded by a year's probation.~Aquin.: 95 2, 187 | for evermore, has to be preceded by a ~year of probation; 96 3, 1 | heralds who ought to have preceded him."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] 97 3, 2 | 11) Whether any merits preceded it?~(12) Whether the grace 98 3, 2 | took ~place without being preceded by any merits - but not 99 3, 2 | 1/1~Whether any merits preceded the union of the Incarnation?~ 100 3, 2 | members." But no ~merits preceded our regeneration, according 101 3, 2 | regeneration." Therefore no merits preceded the ~generation of Christ.~ 102 3, 2 | merits of His could have preceded the union. For we do ~not 103 3, 7 | did not follow but rather preceded the union.~Aquin.: SMT TP 104 3, 7 | the unity of the Person preceded the ~habitual grace of Christ.~ 105 3, 7 | not understood to have ~preceded the union, but to have followed 106 3, 8 | over the wicked who have preceded him. ~Therefore Anti-christ 107 3, 8 | wicked as if his sin had preceded, as the sin of the devil 108 3, 8 | as the sin of the devil preceded. So ~likewise he is not 109 3, 27 | any sensual movement not preceded by an act of reason, ~and 110 3, 28 | beginning of the fulness preceded in His Mother; so also the ~ 111 3, 30 | Christ through faith is ~preceded by the preaching of the 112 3, 32 | Virgin, the Holy ~Ghost preceded Him; that by the previous 113 3, 36 | Christ born: and he was preceded by the Magi and the shepherds, 114 3, 36 | first-fruits of the Jews preceded ~the first-fruits of the 115 3, 36 | during the two years that preceded the birth of Christ: and 116 3, 36 | in the east, and that it preceded them into Judea (although ~ 117 3, 38 | of ~precursor, as he had preceded our Lord in birth, so he 118 3, 45 | Him, but also those who preceded Him; therefore, ~when He 119 3, 45 | present from among those who preceded ~Him - namely, Moses and 120 3, 47 | 2: The words quoted are preceded by the following: "If I 121 3, 49 | since Christ's Passion preceded, as a kind ~of universal 122 3, 49 | to Him. But His baptism preceded the Passion. ~Consequently 123 3, 53 | of the dead,' if so many ~preceded Him unto that resurrection. 124 3, 61 | necessary in the state that preceded sin?~(3) Whether they were 125 3, 61 | nearer ~than those that preceded the Law. Therefore they 126 3, 61 | compared to ~those that preceded the Law, as something determinate 127 3, 61 | sacrament of Melchisedech which preceded the Law is ~more like the 128 3, 69 | remitted, like the sins which preceded ~Baptism, as to the whole 129 3, 70 | Baptism: and (1) ~that which preceded Baptism, viz. Circumcision, ( 130 3, 83 | celebration of this mystery is ~preceded by a certain preparation 131 Suppl, 15| punishment. But ~since guilt preceded in nature, punishment is 132 Suppl, 55| consanguinity. Because accusation is preceded by inscription* ~whereby 133 Suppl, 62| Further, accusation should be preceded by inscription [*Cf. SS, ~ 134 Suppl, 62| inquisition, which should be preceded by notoriety; secondly, 135 Suppl, 62| accusation, which should be preceded by inscription; [*Cf. SS, 136 Suppl, 62| denunciation, which should be preceded by fraternal ~correction." 137 Suppl, 72| to judgment will not be ~preceded by any signs. Because it 138 Suppl, 72| coming. Now no such signs ~preceded the first coming of Christ. 139 Suppl, 88| future renewal of the world preceded in the works of ~the six 140 Suppl, 88| the angels. Moreover it preceded in the obediential potentiality


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