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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | forasmuch as existence is ~consequent upon form, and nothing corrupts 2 1, 13 | clear of all ~relations, consequent upon quantity; as great 3 1, 13 | same applies ~to relations consequent upon action and passion, 4 1, 14 | an absolutely necessary consequent. For ~the antecedent is 5 1, 14 | the antecedent is to the consequent as principles are to the 6 1, 14 | as past. Therefore the consequent is also absolutely necessary. 7 1, 14 | follow, as some say, that the consequent is ~absolutely necessary, 8 1, 14 | the remote cause of the ~consequent, which is contingent by 9 1, 14 | necessary cause, and the consequent a contingent ~effect; as, 10 1, 14 | an act of the soul, the consequent must be taken ~not as it 11 1, 14 | anything, it will ~be," the consequent must be understood as it 12 1, 14 | like, import the relations consequent upon the acts which are ~ 13 1, 14 | the like, import relations consequent upon the acts which are 14 1, 17 | fall short of accidental or consequent qualities, ~even as a man 15 1, 17 | with regard to something ~consequent upon that form, or accidental 16 1, 17 | common sensibles that are consequent to that object; or about 17 1, 17 | something which is not consequent upon ~it, or is opposed 18 1, 19 | will of God; not of the consequent ~will. This distinction 19 1, 19 | is nothing antecedent nor consequent, but to the ~things willed.~ 20 1, 19 | taken into account, by a consequent consideration may ~be changed 21 1, 22 | necessary' and "contingent" are consequent upon being, as such. Hence ~ 22 1, 23 | relatively; and not by His consequent ~will, which is to will 23 1, 24 | of those things that are consequent on ~nature.~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 25 | both the ~antecedent and consequent are impossible: as if one 25 1, 28 | paternity and filiation in God, consequent ~upon generation, are only 26 1, 40 | generation. And that the consequent ~relations which are to 27 1, 44 | whether the antecedent and consequent be possible or impossible.~ 28 1, 58 | perceive as known ~all its consequent conclusions, then there 29 1, 66 | accidental form. Thus the consequent forms would ~be merely accidents, 30 1, 67 | heat is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial form 31 1, 67 | light is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial form 32 1, 67 | OBJ 1: Since quality is consequent upon substantial form, the 33 1, 67 | perfectly, the qualities consequent upon the form are firm and ~ 34 1, 67 | than fully impressed, the ~consequent quality lasts for a time 35 1, 75 | hand, sensation and the consequent operations of the sensitive 36 1, 76 | of quantity are accidents consequent to the ~corporeity which 37 1, 40 | generation. And that the consequent ~relations which are to 38 1, 45 | whether the antecedent and consequent be possible or impossible.~ 39 1, 59 | perceive as known ~all its consequent conclusions, then there 40 1, 67 | accidental form. Thus the consequent forms would ~be merely accidents, 41 1, 68 | heat is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial form 42 1, 68 | light is an active quality consequent on the ~substantial form 43 1, 68 | OBJ 1: Since quality is consequent upon substantial form, the 44 1, 68 | perfectly, the qualities consequent upon the form are firm and ~ 45 1, 68 | than fully impressed, the ~consequent quality lasts for a time 46 1, 74 | hand, sensation and the ~consequent operations of the sensitive 47 1, 75 | of quantity are accidents consequent to the ~corporeity which 48 1, 85 | form, because whatever is consequent on form is of necessity ~ 49 1, 86 | nothing but an inclination consequent on the form understood; 50 1, 86 | appetite is an inclination consequent on the natural form. Now ~ 51 1, 94 | the soul existed only as ~consequent upon the judgment of reason.~ 52 1, 101 | learn, by ~experience of the consequent punishment, the difference 53 2, 1 | But desire of the end is consequent on the ~apprehension of 54 2, 3 | because it is antecedent and consequent ~thereto: antecedent, in 55 2, 3 | attaining the last end: consequent inasmuch as ~when man has 56 2, 6 | actually willed. Ignorance is "consequent" to the act of the will, 57 2, 17 | another as precedent ~and consequent, are distinct. But command 58 2, 17 | that passion. Secondly, as consequent to it: thus a man becomes 59 2, 17 | But the condition that is ~consequent, follows the command of 60 2, 19 | the proper ~inclination consequent to nature, or to the particular 61 2, 24 | diminishes sin; but if it be consequent in either of the ways ~mentioned 62 2, 29 | themselves contrary, but consequent to one another: for it amounts 63 2, 31 | and some not natural, but consequent to reason, as stated above ~( 64 2, 35 | movement or inclination consequent to apprehension, ~belongs 65 2, 35 | natural appetite is not consequent to an apprehension of the ~ 66 2, 36 | its downward tendency, its consequent ~upward tendency is not 67 2, 54 | nature and to an ~operation consequent to nature. ~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 66 | part, and of other things consequent to being, which are the 69 2, 72 | the other difference is consequent to ~specific diversity; 70 2, 72 | in some cases, it may be consequent to ~specific diversity, 71 2, 72 | white" and "black" are consequent to the specific ~diversity 72 2, 72 | debt of punishment, may be consequent to ~the specific diversity 73 2, 72 | venial and mortal sin is consequent to the ~diversity of that 74 2, 72 | that ~this difference is consequent to the specific difference 75 2, 72 | yet they are sometimes consequent to specific difference, 76 2, 73 | the harm done is an issue consequent to the ~sinful act. But 77 2, 73 | because whatever is directly ~consequent to a sin, belongs, in a 78 2, 73 | this ~harm is directly consequent to the sinful act, although 79 2, 74 | Therefore the delectation consequent to the act ~of inward thought, 80 2, 74 | other times the delight ~consequent to an action, e.g. a thought, 81 2, 77 | 3/3~On the other hand, a consequent passion does not diminish 82 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: A good passion consequent to the judgment of reason ~ 83 2, 81 | Because death is a ~punishment consequent upon original sin. But not 84 2, 85 | as the wounds of nature consequent upon sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS 85 2, 85 | as the wounds of nature consequent upon sin. ~For one same 86 2, 85 | Error" and ~"vexation" are consequent wounds, since a man is vexed 87 2, 85 | species and order ~are consequent upon every created good, 88 2, 85 | Consequently, death and all ~consequent bodily defects are punishments 89 2, 87 | the guilty act, and ~the consequent stain. Now it is evident 90 2, 94 | Further, the natural law is consequent to human nature. But human ~ 91 2, 2 | which is accidental and consequent to the object ~properly 92 2, 2 | precept is accidental or consequent to that ~proper and direct 93 2, 2 | Secondly, human reasons may be consequent to the will of the ~believer. 94 2, 2 | again, in moral ~virtues a consequent passion is the sign of a 95 2, 22 | the virtuous is something consequent to virtue ~rather than a 96 2, 40 | suffer greater harm from the consequent disturbance than from the ~ 97 2, 51 | preceding negligence, or of the consequent result, ~and for this reason 98 2, 71 | backbiter, or by reason of some consequent danger; ~or on account of 99 2, 74 | something and to will it are consequent on one ~another in the matter 100 2, 74 | and on account of the ~consequent penalties. In this sense 101 2, 113 | taken, and how grievous the consequent downfall, as may be understood ~ 102 2, 132 | thing done is ~sometimes consequent upon the greatness of the 103 2, 135 | unchangeable persistence is consequent upon every ~virtue, inasmuch 104 2, 137 | Further, the fruits are consequent upon the beatitudes, since ~ 105 2, 169 | absolutely necessary, the consequent is absolutely necessary, 106 2, 169 | necessary, because the ~consequent of a conditional proposition 107 2, 169 | the past. Therefore the consequent is also necessary ~absolutely; 108 2, 169 | antecedent not to be. Hence the consequent is ~necessary, considered, 109 2, 172 | miracles, are something consequent ~upon prophecy, as stated 110 2, 173 | Paradise" by reason of the consequent delight.~Aquin.: SMT SS 111 2, 184 | the ~necessity which is consequent upon obedience is a necessity 112 3, 17 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Being is consequent upon nature, not as upon 113 3, 17 | thing is: whereas it is consequent upon ~person or hypostasis, 114 3, 18 | OBJ 3: Further, will is consequent upon nature, as was said ( 115 3, 19 | iii, 15), "operation ~is consequent upon the nature." But in 116 3, 35 | One and being are mutually consequent, as is said Metaph. ~iv. 117 3, 53 | two things are mutually consequent, ~that Christ was raised 118 3, 62 | to take away the defects consequent on past sins, in so far 119 3, 75 | form, such as an operation ~consequent upon its species, for instance, 120 3, 88 | But the greatness of the consequent debt of punishment ~is in 121 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The consequent result which aggravates 122 Suppl, 16| antecedent will, ~but not by His consequent will, wishes that all things 123 Suppl, 34| to this sacrament, but is consequent ~upon it. Therefore it should 124 Suppl, 48| intercourse, and a ~further consequent union between husband and 125 Suppl, 48| the ~result of marriage is consequent upon marriage, and since 126 Suppl, 51| matrimony is about things ~consequent upon matrimony, for instance 127 Suppl, 58| ordinances of positive law ~are consequent upon what happens in the 128 Suppl, 60| repentance. Therefore the consequent ~impediment to marriage 129 Suppl, 64| the debt ~through a cause consequent upon marriage, for instance 130 Suppl, 66| multitude and unity ~are consequent upon being. Since then non-being 131 Suppl, 66| Para. 2/2~There is another consequent reason assigned, since those 132 Suppl, 66| removes the irregularity consequent upon bigamy.~Aquin.: SMT 133 Suppl, 66| understood of punishments consequent upon ~actual sin, which 134 Suppl, 71| Secondly, for something consequent upon a state; thus by ~some 135 Suppl, 71| as regards that which is ~consequent upon or accessory to a state, 136 Suppl, 71| also in view of something ~consequent upon his disposition or 137 Suppl, 93| reason of the humiliation consequent upon poverty. ~The gloss 138 Appen1, 1| or corruption of a good consequent upon human nature ~by virtue 139 Appen1, 1| and goodness which are ~consequent upon human nature by virtue


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