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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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formation

    Part, Question
1 1, 62 | and ~incomplete. But its formation and perfection are derived 2 1, 62 | called "light." But such formation comes from ~grace. Therefore 3 1, 62 | by comparison with their formation in glory; and so the absence 4 1, 62 | and so the absence of ~formation preceded formation by priority 5 1, 62 | absence of ~formation preceded formation by priority of time. Or 6 1, 62 | can be ~understood of the formation according to grace: and 7 1, 62 | holds with ~regard to the formation of corporeal things (Gen. 8 1, 63 | creature did not precede its formation in order of time, but ~merely 9 1, 63 | to understand ~the full formation of the angel by turning 10 1, 63 | some delay between man's formation and his sin. Therefore, ~ 11 1, 63 | interval between the devil's formation ~and his sin.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 65 | or "that," to denote the formation of all ~things by the Word 13 1, 66 | matter preceded in time its ~formation?~(2) Whether the matter 14 1, 66 | matter preceded in time its formation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 15 1, 66 | matter preceded in time its ~formation. For it is said (Gn. 1:2): " 16 1, 66 | time formless. Further, the formation of corporeal creatures ~ 17 1, 66 | formlessness ~preceded in time the formation of matter, it follows that 18 1, 66 | not prior in time to its formation, but only in origin or the 19 1, 66 | matter preceded in time its formation. And although these opinions 20 1, 66 | prior in time either to ~its formation or to its distinction. As 21 1, 66 | to its distinction. As to formation, the argument is ~clear. 22 1, 66 | not precede in ~time its formation or distinction, but only 23 1, 66 | formless matter, precede the formation, by nature only, and not 24 1, 66 | therefore, as they precede formation, so do they precede ~movement 25 1, 67 | of light to signify the formation of spiritual creatures, ~ 26 1, 68 | are mentioned before ~the formation of light, which was on the 27 1, 68 | matter preceded ~in time its formation, since the first form received 28 1, 68 | work of ~creation. But its formation, in some degree, belongs 29 1, 68 | above, that the substantial formation of the ~firmament belongs 30 1, 69 | this formlessness preceded formation, in time, but only in ~origin; 31 1, 69 | origin; nor yet that one formation preceded another in duration, 32 1, 69 | then, to this order, the ~formation of the highest or spiritual 33 1, 69 | than the lower. Hence the formation of the higher bodies is ~ 34 1, 69 | formlessness of matter precedes its formation, and one form another, in ~ 35 1, 69 | waters. Thus, ~then, the formation of the highest body took 36 1, 69 | highest body, from this formation, ~resulted the distinction 37 1, 69 | concerned with ~the work of formation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 38 1, 69 | mentioned in the work of ~formation. Plants, therefore, ought 39 1, 69 | as a part of the earth's formation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 40 1, 72 | incompatible with the first formation of things, that ~from the 41 1, 74 | so far as regards that formation of things which lies in ~ 42 1, 74 | work, of creation and of formation, the Trinity of Persons 43 1, 74 | the waters. ~But in the formation, the Person of the Father 44 1, 74 | made." And ~because the formation of the angels is recorded 45 1, 76 | this, we answer that in the formation of natural things we do ~ 46 1, 63 | and ~incomplete. But its formation and perfection are derived 47 1, 63 | called "light." But such formation comes from ~grace. Therefore 48 1, 63 | by comparison with their formation in glory; and so the absence 49 1, 63 | and so the absence of ~formation preceded formation by priority 50 1, 63 | absence of ~formation preceded formation by priority of time. Or 51 1, 63 | can be ~understood of the formation according to grace: and 52 1, 63 | holds with ~regard to the formation of corporeal things (Gen. 53 1, 64 | creature did not precede its formation in order of time, but ~merely 54 1, 64 | to understand ~the full formation of the angel by turning 55 1, 64 | some delay between man's formation and his sin. Therefore, ~ 56 1, 64 | interval between the devil's formation ~and his sin.~Aquin.: SMT 57 1, 66 | or "that," to denote the formation of all ~things by the Word 58 1, 67 | matter preceded in time its ~formation?~(2) Whether the matter 59 1, 67 | matter preceded in time its formation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 60 1, 67 | matter preceded in time its ~formation. For it is said (Gn. 1:2): " 61 1, 67 | time formless. Further, the formation of corporeal creatures ~ 62 1, 67 | formlessness ~preceded in time the formation of matter, it follows that 63 1, 67 | not prior in time to its formation, but only in origin or the 64 1, 67 | matter preceded in time its formation. And although these opinions 65 1, 67 | prior in time either to ~its formation or to its distinction. As 66 1, 67 | to its distinction. As to formation, the argument is ~clear. 67 1, 67 | not precede in ~time its formation or distinction, but only 68 1, 67 | formless matter, precede the formation, by nature only, and not 69 1, 67 | therefore, as they precede formation, so do they precede ~movement 70 1, 68 | of light to signify the formation of spiritual creatures, ~ 71 1, 69 | are mentioned before ~the formation of light, which was on the 72 1, 69 | matter preceded ~in time its formation, since the first form received 73 1, 69 | work of ~creation. But its formation, in some degree, belongs 74 1, 69 | above, that the substantial formation of the ~firmament belongs 75 1, 70 | this formlessness preceded formation, in time, but only in ~origin; 76 1, 70 | origin; nor yet that one formation preceded another in duration, 77 1, 70 | then, to this order, the ~formation of the highest or spiritual 78 1, 70 | than the lower. Hence the formation of the higher bodies is ~ 79 1, 70 | formlessness of matter precedes its formation, and one form another, in ~ 80 1, 70 | waters. Thus, ~then, the formation of the highest body took 81 1, 70 | highest body, from this formation, ~resulted the distinction 82 1, 70 | concerned with ~the work of formation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 83 1, 70 | mentioned in the work of ~formation. Plants, therefore, ought 84 1, 70 | as a part of the earth's formation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 85 1, 71 | incompatible with the first formation of things, that ~from the 86 1, 73 | so far as regards that formation of things which lies in ~ 87 1, 73 | work, of creation and of formation, the Trinity of Persons 88 1, 73 | the waters. ~But in the formation, the Person of the Father 89 1, 73 | made." And ~because the formation of the angels is recorded 90 1, 75 | this, we answer that in the formation of natural things we do ~ 91 1, 83 | which it employs for ~the formation of such images, and from 92 1, 83 | image of bodies. To the formation ~of such images the soul 93 1, 84 | sensible. The other is ~formation, inasmuch as the imagination 94 1, 90 | I answer that, The first formation of the human body could 95 1, 90 | act as ministers in the ~formation of the body of the first 96 1, 91 | Therefore directly after the formation of woman, it was said: ~" 97 1, 91 | were employed by God in the formation of the woman; ~but it is 98 1, 117 | Therefore nothing hinders the ~formation of the body from being due 99 2, 17 | power, i.e. digestion, and ~formation of the human body; but they 100 2, 49 | which are in ~course of formation and not yet arrived at perfect 101 2, 51 | CAUSE OF HABITS, AS TO THEIR FORMATION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 102 2, 51 | and firstly, as to their ~formation; secondly, as to their increase; 103 2, 99 | seemed expedient for the formation of ~human morals; as may 104 2, 23 | act ~does not complete the formation of the virtue, but conduces 105 2, 30 | yields the residue for the formation of ~another by the power 106 2, 51 | cognizance, is directed to the formation of a right judgment, wherefore ~ 107 2, 93 | of the body leads to the formation of a movement in the ~imagination 108 3, 27 | is not infused before the formation of the body. ~Likewise Ambrose 109 3, 27 | sanctified" him, not before formation, but before he "came ~forth 110 3, 31 | freedom from sin ~until the formation of Christ's body.~Aquin.: 111 3, 32 | attributed to the Son: but the formation of the body ~taken by the 112 3, 32 | power of conception and formation, but not by any human seminal 113 3, 32 | to be active in its own formation, since it is not in act. 114 3, 33 | of local movement for the formation of ~Christ's body in order 115 3, 33 | the same reason that ~the formation of His body, since that, 116 3, 33 | generation; secondly, the formation of the body from that matter; ~ 117 3, 33 | 3/3~But the body's very formation, in which conception principally 118 3, 33 | time ~before the perfect formation of the body, the whole conception 119 3, 33 | from Augustine refers to formation alone ~of Christ's body, 120 3, 33 | Christ's body, but to its formation, together with a fixed development ~ 121 3, 33 | subject of increase: but the formation of the body is caused by ~ 122 3, 33 | Holy Ghost. Therefore the formation thereof should be such as 123 3, 60 | and matter, combine in the formation of one thing, in ~so far 124 3, 78 | creation of things, or than the formation of ~Christ's body in the 125 Suppl, 65| instilled into man at the ~formation of human nature would seem 126 Suppl, 65| instilled into him at the very formation of human nature ~that one 127 Suppl, 72| combining together to the formation of the human body wherein 128 Suppl, 78| at the first day of his formation. Thus ~the argument is not 129 Suppl, 85| other hand with the first formation of things in being, in order


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