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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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passes

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | in any single thing that passes from potentiality to actuality, ~ 2 1, 7 | magnitude over which movement passes, as is said in Phys. iv. ~ 3 1, 9 | remains as it was in part, and passes away in ~part; as what is 4 1, 16 | hence the aspect of goodness passes on from ~the desirable thing 5 1, 20 | outside of Himself, and passes ~into other things. Therefore 6 1, 23 | But its execution, which passes out to external things, 7 1, 26 | to a being, so far as it ~passes from potentiality to act. 8 1, 34 | the action of ~God which passes into some exterior effect, 9 1, 37 | not mean ~anything that passes into another, but only the 10 1, 41 | substance in generation passes into the substance of the 11 1, 53 | passing from place to place he passes through intervening ~space?~( 12 1, 53 | Para. 1/1~Whether an angel passes through intermediate space?~ 13 1, 53 | space. For everything that passes through a middle space first 14 1, 53 | Therefore if the angel passes through middle space, he 15 1, 54 | class of action; one which passes out to something ~beyond, 16 1, 56 | matter ~into which the action passes is something separate from 17 1, 56 | corporeal things, which passes into ~some other matter.~ 18 1, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Nature passes from one extreme to another 19 1, 37 | not mean ~anything that passes into another, but only the 20 1, 41 | substance in generation passes into the substance of the 21 1, 54 | passing from place to place he passes through intervening ~space?~( 22 1, 54 | Para. 1/1~Whether an angel passes through intermediate space?~ 23 1, 54 | space. For everything that passes through a middle space first 24 1, 54 | Therefore if the angel passes through middle space, he 25 1, 55 | class of action; one which passes out to something ~beyond, 26 1, 57 | matter ~into which the action passes is something separate from 27 1, 57 | corporeal things, which passes into some other matter.~ 28 1, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Nature passes from one extreme to another 29 1, 78 | And accordingly, whatever passes from potentiality to act, 30 1, 78 | it ~does understand, it passes from potentiality to act. 31 1, 78 | But the same movable thing passes ~through the medium and 32 1, 83 | degree of certitude, for it passes away ere ~the mind can form 33 1, 84 | understand; and another which ~passes into an external object; 34 1, 84 | For since the intellect passes from ~potentiality to act, 35 1, 88 | separated souls know what passes on earth.~Aquin.: SMT FP 36 1, 88 | the dead do not know what passes on earth. This follows from ~ 37 1, 88 | see God ~do know all that passes here. For they are equal 38 1, 101 | twice in the year the sun passes vertically over the ~heads 39 1, 101 | because, ~although the sun passes over the heads of the inhabitants, 40 1, 106 | the intelligible object passes from ~the first to the second 41 1, 106 | the intelligible object passes from the second to the ~ 42 1, 114 | cause of this ignition which passes from this body to that. 43 1, 118 | because that which is added passes into what pre-existed. It 44 2, 1 | we mean now, not that it passes away so as to be no more, ~ 45 2, 3 | operation does ~not remain, but passes. Therefore happiness is 46 2, 5 | away; since life itself ~passes away, which we naturally 47 2, 8 | same power that a thing ~passes through the middle space, 48 2, 12 | all the same movement that passes through the ~mid-space to 49 2, 20 | act of the will, whence it passes to the external action. 50 2, 20 | the goodness of the end passes into the ~external action, 51 2, 20 | matter and circumstances passes ~into the act of the will, 52 2, 42 | contrary. Hence, when a man passes unexpectedly ~from penury 53 2, 57 | since the making of a thing passes into external matter, it ~ 54 2, 68 | includes something that ~passes away with the present state, 55 2, 68 | things"; of which two, hope passes, and ~certainty remains. 56 2, 68 | darkness," of ~which, hearing passes away, since "they shall 57 2, 74 | thing into which the action ~passes: thus the Philosopher states ( 58 2, 74 | the stain of original sin passes, ~its effect remains. However, 59 2, 77 | which is weak and soon ~passes away.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] 60 2, 78 | incites the will to sin, soon passes away, so that man repents 61 2, 86 | body, and so the shadow passes at once. But when the sin 62 2, 91 | some dignity, the latter passes into ~another order, so 63 2, 113 | thee.'" For the act of sin passes, but the ~guilt remains, 64 2, 113 | A[6]). Hence when anyone passes ~from the sin of one vice 65 2, 26 | God as the last ~end, and passes on to creatures.~Aquin.: 66 2, 26 | consequently the act of love that ~passes over this matter, is better, 67 2, 33 | sorrow; secondly, that he passes to other things that ~give 68 2, 51 | the opportunity for action passes by, and ~through corruption 69 2, 62 | because the ~latter, by death, passes forthwith from the unhappiness 70 2, 80 | terminate in them, but passes on to God, in so far as 71 2, 94 | the door-post when anyone passes in front of one's house; 72 2, 132 | any action, whether it ~passes into external matter, as 73 2, 139 | hurt; wherefore it soon passes, although its impetus ~be 74 2, 152 | for the sake of adultery, ~passes into the species of adultery. 75 2, 154 | And since passion soon passes, ~whereas a habit is "a 76 2, 179 | the end of another ~virtue passes, as it were, into the species 77 2, 182 | interior state. Yet when a ~man passes from sin to grace, he passes 78 2, 182 | passes from sin to grace, he passes from servitude to freedom; 79 3, 6 | tie, yet when her beauty passes away, the marriage tie ~ 80 3, 21 | may share in that which passes on from Him to them; So ~ 81 3, 21 | removed. But, as that which ~passes is neither untouched nor 82 3, 31 | the ascending order, he passes ~Abraham and continues up 83 3, 44 | west, overtakes the sun and passes it on its ~eastward course. 84 3, 44 | by its natural ~movement passes on to the east, so as to 85 3, 59 | truth of the Word ~of God, passes judgment upon all things.~ 86 3, 62 | instrumental power has a being that passes from one thing into another, ~ 87 3, 63 | passion: since a passion passes quickly, whereas a character 88 3, 64 | pipe, ~through which water passes, be of silver or lead. Therefore 89 3, 66 | permanent but ~transient, passes from the water, in which 90 3, 69 | consequently, when the insincerity passes ~away, subsequent sins are 91 3, 75 | every body ~moved locally passes through all intermediary 92 3, 75 | both, one of the extremes passes into the other, as bread ~ 93 3, 75 | whole substance of the bread passes into ~the whole body of 94 3, 76 | substance of the bread passes away.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] 95 3, 77 | form of the nourishment passes away: hence it is said in 96 3, 77 | neither of them, but each passes into a third resulting from ~ 97 3, 77 | blended with much wine ~passes into the species of wine ( 98 Suppl, 1 | because the lifeless act passes away ~and remains no more, 99 Suppl, 16| the ~matter into which it passes, hence the habit of a virtue 100 Suppl, 53| power from the fact ~that it passes into the power of another. 101 Suppl, 56| Between whom?~(4) Whether it passes from husband to wife?~(5) 102 Suppl, 56| to wife?~(5) Whether it passes to the father's carnal children?~ 103 Suppl, 56| Whether spiritual relationship passes from husband to wife?~Aquin.: 104 Suppl, 56| consanguinity of the husband passes to his wife by ~affinity. 105 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship passes to the wife if he has already 106 Suppl, 56| Whether spiritual relationship passes to the godfather's carnal 107 Suppl, 56| therefore spiritual relationship passes from father to ~son, it 108 Suppl, 56| wherefore spiritual relationship passes from father to ~his carnal 109 Suppl, 57| spiritual relationship passes to no person incapable of ~ 110 Suppl, 57| spiritual ~relationship passes to another person. Therefore 111 Suppl, 57| wherefore legal relationship passes also to her. Moreover the 112 Suppl, 71| the satisfaction of one passes to another, rather ~than 113 Suppl, 76| proved thus: That which passes away ~into complete nonentity 114 Suppl, 76| the form of a mixed ~body passes away into complete nonentity 115 Suppl, 76| to assert that man's soul passes into the soul of a ~brute 116 Suppl, 76| the ~statue be destroyed, passes away also. Consequently 117 Suppl, 80| never resists that which passes through ~it, and is most 118 Suppl, 81| say that ~a glorified body passes from one place to another 119 Suppl, 81| interval, just as the will passes from one place to another 120 Suppl, 81| unless we suppose that it passes from A to B ~without ever 121 Suppl, 89| an act of the soul, ~and passes from the soul on to the 122 Suppl, 93| due to a person in that he passes ~from the carnal to the 123 Suppl, 94| a respite, as when one ~passes from heat to cold. But we


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