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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 27 | explained (A[1]). But such a process is not called ~generation 2 1, 33 | generation signifies something in process of being made, whereas ~ 3 1, 36 | Him. For Anselm says (De Process. Spir. Sancti, ii): ~"The 4 1, 42 | begotten, since, during the process of generation, ~a thing 5 1, 42 | things, which are ~always in process of becoming, as time and 6 1, 43 | designing, according to a process flowing from the agent to 7 1, 46 | whilst anything is in the process of being ~moved and made, 8 1, 53 | but is ~changed. But a process of changing precedes every 9 1, 57 | actually intelligible by a process of abstraction. But he does 10 1, 57 | which ~apprehends only by a process of abstraction; and by such 11 1, 58 | there would be no discursive process ~at all. Such is the condition 12 1, 58 | a composing and dividing process, as when, by ~division and 13 1, 59 | while reason ~knows by a process of discursion from one thing 14 1, 62 | all things which, in the process of time, being created by 15 1, 67 | as to be, as it ~were, in process of being received, rather 16 1, 75 | moved by something ~else, a process which cannot be prolonged 17 1, 75 | lower. If, however, in the process of intellectual ~operation 18 1, 75 | have a like beginning and process seemingly have a like end. ~ 19 1, 75 | from the earth. And the process of life is alike in both; ~ 20 1, 75 | Who gave it." Again the process of life is alike as ~to 21 1, 75 | nostrils is smoke." ~But the process is not alike of the soul; 22 1, 42 | begotten, since, during the process of generation, ~a thing 23 1, 42 | things, which are ~always in process of becoming, as time and 24 1, 43 | designing, according to a process flowing from the agent to 25 1, 47 | whilst anything is in the process of being ~moved and made, 26 1, 54 | but is ~changed. But a process of changing precedes every 27 1, 58 | actually intelligible by a process of abstraction. But he does 28 1, 58 | which ~apprehends only by a process of abstraction; and by such 29 1, 59 | there would be no discursive process at all. Such is the condition 30 1, 59 | a composing and dividing process, as when, by ~division and 31 1, 60 | while reason ~knows by a process of discursion from one thing 32 1, 63 | all things which, in the process of time, being created by 33 1, 68 | as to be, as it ~were, in process of being received, rather 34 1, 74 | moved by something ~else, a process which cannot be prolonged 35 1, 74 | lower. If, however, in the process of intellectual ~operation 36 1, 74 | have a like beginning and process seemingly have a like end. ~ 37 1, 74 | from the earth. And the process of life is alike in both; ~ 38 1, 74 | Who gave it." Again the process of life is alike as ~to 39 1, 74 | nostrils is smoke." ~But the process is not alike of the soul; 40 1, 83 | particular. Now by such a ~process knowledge is produced in 41 1, 83 | actually intelligible, by a process of abstraction.~Aquin.: 42 1, 84 | intellect understands by the process of composition and ~division?~( 43 1, 84 | particular, which is the process ~whereby the intelligible 44 1, 84 | understands things by a process of ~assimilation to them. 45 1, 84 | to another, which is the process of reasoning. ~Aquin.: SMT 46 1, 84 | and reasoning, not by the process itself, ~but by understanding 47 1, 84 | division, or also in the process of reasoning. ~Therefore, 48 1, 87 | former ~we understand by a process of abstraction, which is 49 1, 87 | abstraction; and as the process of ~abstraction cannot go 50 1, 92 | without ~separating the process of reasoning in temporal 51 1, 93 | by a far more excellent process, as we have said above ( 52 1, 96 | belonging to the ~perfecting process of nature. Thus understanding 53 1, 98 | On the contrary, Nature's process in generation would have 54 1, 104 | treatment or ~the usual process of nature; or as when the 55 1, 118 | Consequently the whole process of generation and nourishment, ~ 56 1, 118 | begetter, and would be due to a process ~of corruption; and consequently 57 2, 1 | that there is no infinite process ~in demonstrations, because 58 2, 1 | because there we find a process of things having an ~essential, 59 2, 1 | reason from an indefinite process.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[4] 60 2, 1 | because, just as in the process of reasoning, the ~principle 61 2, 1 | naturally known, so in the process of the ~rational appetite, 62 2, 1 | But the principle in the process of the rational appetite 63 2, 7 | naming things we follow the process of intellectual knowledge. 64 2, 9 | previous volition. But this process could not go on to ~infinity. 65 2, 13 | we examine the previous process of the reason. ~For the 66 2, 14 | that we do?~(5) Whether the process of counsel is one of analysis?~( 67 2, 14 | analysis?~(6) Whether the process of counsel is indefinite?~ 68 2, 14 | without any reasoning process. In like manner we ascribe 69 2, 14 | admit of doubt; hence the ~process of inquiry, which is called 70 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the process of counsel is one of analysis?~ 71 2, 14 | It would seem that the process of counsel is not one of 72 2, 14 | things that we do. But the process of our actions is ~not one 73 2, 14 | which is not an ~analytical process. Therefore the process of 74 2, 14 | analytical process. Therefore the process of counsel is not one of ~ 75 2, 14 | knowledge and in being, the process is ~not analytic, but synthetic: 76 2, 14 | the order of being, the ~process is one of analysis, as when 77 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the process of counsel is indefinite?~ 78 2, 14 | It would seem that the process of counsel is indefinite. 79 2, 14 | infinite. Therefore the process of counsel ~is indefinite.~ 80 2, 18 | The other is privation "in process" ~[privari]: thus sickness 81 2, 18 | to one thing, nor can a process ~of nature go on to infinity, 82 2, 18 | constituting the species. But ~the process of reason is not fixed to 83 2, 31 | understood not as in ~the process of establishment, but as 84 2, 46 | becoming ~inveterate; but by a process of causality. For anger 85 2, 53 | Secondly, on the part of ~the process of reasoning; forasmuch 86 2, 53 | to assertions and to the process of reason, as ~stated above.~ 87 2, 70 | Ghost proceeds in us: which process consists in this, that the 88 2, 94 | according to reason. Now the process ~of reason is from the common 89 2, 99 | the pupil: wherefore ~the process of argument in sciences 90 2, 102 | uncleanness, because otherwise the process would have been unending, ~ 91 2, 108 | sermon, contains the whole process of forming the life of a 92 2, 113 | implies a certain reasoning process, and this implies ~succession, 93 2, 9 | truth by the discursive process of his reason: and so ~human 94 2, 9 | without any ~discursive process, by simple intuition, as 95 2, 45 | because this is done by a process of comparison. It follows ~ 96 2, 45 | and the ~like, wherein the process follows certain and fixed 97 2, 45 | things, ~but by a contrary process, engender and corrupt virtue." 98 2, 47 | primary: wherefore every process of ~reasoning must needs 99 2, 47 | applied to action, the whole process of prudence ~must needs 100 2, 53 | consideration; first, as regards the process of ~thinking them out, and 101 2, 62 | perfect, even as in the process of generation nature proceeds 102 2, 66 | Q[67], A[3]), when the process in a ~criminal case goes 103 2, 66 | in one way, in the very ~process of accusation, if it come 104 2, 75 | produced by some chemical process, which is adapted to all ~ 105 2, 80 | the natural heat in the ~process of digestion, and at the 106 2, 120 | precedes negation, yet in the process of generation, negation, 107 2, 172 | distinguished according to the process of time.~Aquin.: SMT SS 108 2, 178 | of a simple ~truth by a process from several premises. Accordingly, 109 2, 178 | Meditation" would seem to ~be the process of reason from certain principles 110 3, 11 | infused, and not acquired by a process of ~reasoning. Secondly, 111 3, 31 | the pure blood which by a process ~of elimination is prepared 112 3, 35 | formed, not by a seminal process, but by the operation of 113 3, 40 | those that ~relate to the process of His life. And we must 114 3, 44 | and it is clearly by a process of transformation that grains 115 3, 51 | for it is hewn out by the ~process of teaching, unpolished 116 3, 62 | instrumental causes in the process of giving ~life to the soul: 117 3, 64 | are not made holy by some process of ~consecration, but they 118 3, 66 | this is when by a natural process water enters into the ~substance 119 3, 66 | is transformed in this process of ~condensation into real 120 3, 89 | not proved by a judicial ~process, or in some other way made 121 Suppl, 2 | of contrition I mean the process of ~thought, when a man 122 Suppl, 43| of nature than from any process of reason. Consequently, 123 Suppl, 55| divorce?~(10) Whether the process for the dissolution of like 124 Suppl, 55| likeness of species; and this process is always towards a ~lower 125 Suppl, 55| Wherefore if this kind of process be repeated, the ~result 126 Suppl, 55| matrimonial separation the ~process is not by way of accusation.~ 127 Suppl, 62| refers to the case where ~the process is by way of denunciation, 128 Suppl, 71| explanation. These said that the process in the diminution of punishments ~ 129 Suppl, 71| by suffrages is as the process in dividing a line, which 130 Suppl, 72| cleansing and in separating by a process of rarefaction.~Aquin.: 131 Suppl, 72| flowers or fruit by artificial process. It is ~impossible for nature 132 Suppl, 72| in a definite way by ~the process of generation from seed. 133 Suppl, 77| Further, that which is in process of generation in the human 134 Suppl, 77| the humors are still in ~process of generation because they 135 Suppl, 77| of its explanation of the process of ~multiplication is able 136 Suppl, 93| result of sowing or any other process. ~Accordingly fruit is taken


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