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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | this is evident from their acting always, or nearly always, 2 1, 8 | power is the principle of acting on another; hence by power 3 1, 15 | made by chance, but by God acting by His intellect, as will 4 1, 19 | will, from ~the fact of His acting by His essence, it follows 5 1, 19 | comparison with our mode of acting, in so far as by the deluge 6 1, 25 | power is the ~principle of acting upon something else; whereas 7 1, 36 | considered, the ~"suppositum" acting, and the power whereby it 8 1, 36 | the order of the subject's acting, the king is said to work ~ 9 1, 40 | action ~presupposes a person acting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 10 1, 44 | belongs to intend, even while acting, the acquisition of something. 11 1, 45 | still some inferior cause acting by the power of the ~first 12 1, 46 | is correctly described as acting in time "after" and not 13 1, 46 | correctly described as acting now, and not before, according 14 1, 46 | of action. But in agents ~acting by will, what is conceived 15 1, 60 | for we behold ~every agent acting naturally for its own preservation. 16 1, 62 | experienced no difficulty in acting rightly. Therefore righteous 17 1, 40 | action ~presupposes a person acting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 18 1, 45 | belongs to intend, even while acting, the acquisition of something. 19 1, 46 | still some inferior cause acting by the power of the ~first 20 1, 47 | is correctly described as acting in time "after" and not 21 1, 47 | correctly described as acting now, and not before, according 22 1, 47 | of action. But in agents ~acting by will, what is conceived 23 1, 61 | for we behold ~every agent acting naturally for its own preservation. 24 1, 63 | experienced no difficulty in acting rightly. Therefore righteous 25 1, 78 | actions as to the ~mode of acting, and consequently the principles 26 1, 87 | that is, by the sensible acting on the organ. But we do 27 1, 89 | Some have held that angels, acting by the power of God, ~produce 28 1, 93 | received this ~faculty, not as acting in accordance with nature, 29 1, 114 | quantity, can issue ~forth by acting on something else.~Aquin.: 30 1, 114 | surpass its ~subject in acting, but it is to surpass it 31 1, 118 | have a greater ~power in acting, than the soul from which 32 2, 1 | which is the principle of ~acting, and passion from the act 33 2, 5 | in ~the higher creatures acting on the lower, as stated 34 2, 5 | creature, viz. an angel, acting on him.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 35 2, 5 | power, ~He requires before acting, neither matter, nor disposition 36 2, 5 | require dispositions before acting, bestows Happiness ~without 37 2, 6 | nevertheless the principle of acting or ~being moved for an end 38 2, 6 | another through this other not acting; thus the ~sinking of a 39 2, 6 | always the agent as not acting; but only then when the ~ 40 2, 6 | the will by willing and acting, is able, and sometimes ~ 41 2, 7 | one, which is the "mode of acting."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[ 42 2, 7 | the act as the "mode of acting." It touches the effect ~ 43 2, 9 | ways: first, with regard to acting and not acting; ~secondly, 44 2, 9 | regard to acting and not acting; ~secondly, with regard 45 2, 9 | subject, which is sometimes ~acting, sometimes not acting: while 46 2, 9 | sometimes ~acting, sometimes not acting: while the other is on the 47 2, 11 | agent depends the manner of ~acting, so that the act be perfect 48 2, 21 | drawn?" where man ~while acting is evidently compared to 49 2, 36 | power causes sorrow, as acting not potentially ~but actually, 50 2, 40 | itself ~adds to the power of acting with ease: because it shows 51 2, 56 | perfecting in respect of acting ~well, not only the reason, 52 2, 68 | counsel . . . stays us from acting rashly . . . fortitude . . . 53 2, 73 | the intention of every man acting ~according to virtue is 54 2, 74 | to some higher good, by acting ~against which, man sins 55 2, 85 | by the very reason of its acting, although it is ~possible 56 2, 88 | by committing it he was acting counter to the ~love of 57 2, 90 | act or is restrained from acting: for "lex" [law] is derived 58 2, 93 | eternal law, as ~always acting according to it: whereas 59 2, 97 | should not be dispensed from ~acting in compliance with the general 60 2, 103 | he did not sin at all in acting thus. On ~the other hand, 61 2, 109 | as regards the ~mode of acting, i.e. their being done out 62 2, 113 | objection rests on the manner of acting, in which way ~creation 63 2, 114 | profits God nothing. Now by acting well, a man profits himself 64 2, 114 | power of voluntary ~acts by acting by himself. And in both 65 2, 18 | withdraw men from sin, it is acting as God's minister, according 66 2, 23 | sometimes that charity is not acting actually, ~and then it is 67 2, 25 | of the sin one commits in acting against that love. Now it 68 2, 31 | Saphira was denounced by Peter acting as God's executor, by ~Whose 69 2, 51 | imprudence ~consists in acting against prudence, as stated 70 2, 58 | And yet it is not through acting thus that a man condemns 71 2, 62 | for the ~public authority acting for the common good, as 72 2, 64 | have given his neighbor ~by acting this way.~Aquin.: SMT SS 73 2, 64 | to say that they sin in acting thus, for in that case ~ 74 2, 66 | accusation: first through acting unjustly against the accused, 75 2, 97 | condemned to death," as ~acting against the king: and in 76 2, 107 | shows his fortitude ~by acting bravely is a consequence 77 2, 109 | deceive the people ~in their acting." Hence Augustine says ( 78 2, 115 | money from using it up by acting with ~liberality; as does 79 2, 121 | anger, making his choice and acting for a purpose," i.e. ~for 80 2, 122 | give another an occasion of acting unjustly: yet if anyone ~ 81 2, 140 | preservation, he would sin, as ~acting counter to the order of 82 2, 156 | unworthy ~[indignum] of acting thus towards him, and this 83 2, 160 | virtue opposed to it, by acting counter thereto. In another 84 2, 171 | power, but from a power acting on it from above. Hence 85 2, 177 | their understanding and acting according to reason. ~Wherefore 86 3, 7 | since it is ~ordained to acting rightly, and action belongs 87 3, 8 | being the principle of ~acting upon others. For since the 88 3, 13 | equal the Divine power in acting, i.e. so as to do ~all that 89 3, 21 | 1 ~in Ps. 32): "Christ acting as a man, shows the proper 90 3, 24 | belongs to a ~suppositum acting for the end of beatitude. 91 3, 47 | in the first ~instance by acting directly so as to produce 92 3, 63 | habit is indifferent to acting well or ill: ~whereas a 93 3, 77 | merely refresh and hearten by acting upon the senses (as a man ~ 94 3, 77 | they obtain the ~mode of acting and of being acted upon, 95 3, 80 | and the power of Christ acting in it, and this is to ~despise 96 3, 82 | each individual priest were acting in his own power, ~then 97 3, 83 | take up, the priest then acting as in the person of God; 98 3, 83 | necessarily commit ~mortal sin by acting against the Church's statute, 99 3, 83 | not take it, he sins by acting against the ~Church's statute. 100 3, 87 | mortal sin, the mind through acting against ~charity is altogether 101 Suppl, 1 | substance of the act, the way of acting, its origin and its effect: 102 Suppl, 2 | or by omitting it, or by acting ~beside it: and since a 103 Suppl, 13| free-will; ~so that, through acting by his free-will, he can 104 Suppl, 17| species, and the ~mode of acting whereby the power is shown 105 Suppl, 19| exercising various offices but acting together with equal rights ~( 106 Suppl, 21| will with which he does it, acting against charity. ~Wherefore, 107 Suppl, 45| receiving the sacrament, but of acting in jest ~or deceit, he would 108 Suppl, 55| liable to be suspected of acting from ill-will ~unless he 109 Suppl, 58| is a voluntary ~cause not acting from natural necessity. 110 Suppl, 65| husband. Therefore he would be acting against the law of nature, 111 Suppl, 67| happened to Moses: wherefore acting on Divine ~authority he 112 Suppl, 70| object, except ~through acting on the intermediate objects; 113 Suppl, 70| since every instrument, in ~acting on that on which it is used 114 Suppl, 70| is by hindering it from acting where it will and as it 115 Suppl, 70| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: By acting on the soul the fire bestows 116 Suppl, 71| sinned mortally through acting ~against the Law, and consequently 117 Suppl, 82| change in a thing through its acting or not acting ~on an external 118 Suppl, 82| through its acting or not acting ~on an external object.


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