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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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proximate

    Part, Question
1 1, 14 | contingent by reason of the proximate contingent cause; just as 2 1, 14 | contingent by reason of the proximate ~contingent cause, although 3 1, 14 | contingent on ~account of their proximate causes, while the knowledge 4 1, 14 | contingent by reason of the proximate cause. But ~this is to no 5 1, 19 | Hence it is not because the proximate causes are contingent that 6 1, 20 | sensitive appetite is the proximate motive-force of our bodies. ~ 7 1, 22 | to the nature of ~their proximate causes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 23 | according to the nature of the proximate causes, which divine providence ~ 9 1, 25 | possible in reference to ~its proximate cause. Hence those things 10 1, 25 | to the condition of the proximate cause that the effect has ~ 11 1, 52 | causes: for there is one proximate form of one thing, and there 12 1, 52 | thing, and there is one ~proximate mover, although there may 13 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The proximate end does not exclude the 14 1, 75 | argument proceeds from the proximate and natural end. ~Eternal 15 1, 77 | principle of action; but not the proximate principle. In this sense 16 1, 53 | causes: for there is one proximate form of one thing, and there 17 1, 53 | thing, and there is one ~proximate mover, although there may 18 1, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The proximate end does not exclude the 19 1, 74 | argument proceeds from the proximate and natural end. ~Eternal 20 1, 76 | principle of action; but not the proximate principle. In this sense 21 1, 77 | many. Now quantity is the proximate subject ~of the qualities 22 1, 77 | contrarieties ~agree, each in some proximate genus, and all in a common 23 1, 77 | however, ~unnamed, just as the proximate genus of hot and cold is 24 1, 77 | is nothing else than the proximate principle of the ~soul's 25 1, 83 | separate ~intelligence, as proximate cause, although perchance 26 1, 84 | reduces it ~only to its proximate causes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 27 1, 90 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the proximate end of the human body is 28 1, 102 | with each other in their ~proximate ends, nevertheless they 29 1, 102 | contingent as compared to ~their proximate causes, which may fail in 30 1, 102 | outside the order of some ~proximate cause, is owing to some 31 1, 114 | on the will, which is the proximate cause of human ~actions, 32 1, 115 | chance, if compared to their proximate causes: but not if compared 33 2, 1 | is ordained to but one proximate end, from which it has its ~ 34 2, 2 | share of happiness, either proximate, or remote, or at least 35 2, 9 | voluntary ~act has an inward proximate principle, nevertheless 36 2, 9 | order, that is to say as proximate agent; but it cannot move ~ 37 2, 12 | the same time, both the proximate and the last end; ~as the 38 2, 19 | thing there are not several proximate measures; but ~there can 39 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A proximate measure is homogeneous with 40 2, 21 | are done by the will, the proximate rule is the ~human reason, 41 2, 21 | twofold; the last end, and the proximate end. In ~the sin of nature, 42 2, 21 | fail ~in respect of any proximate end whatever; since when 43 2, 21 | fail in ~respect of some proximate end: intended and achieved 44 2, 28 | to be observed that four proximate ~effects may be ascribed 45 2, 28 | other passions, which are ~proximate causes, are not superfluous.~ 46 2, 55 | substitute "habit," which is the proximate genus.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 47 2, 60 | happiness, while the proper and proximate ends are ~infinite in number. 48 2, 60 | last ~end, but from their proximate ends: and these, although 49 2, 63 | their last, but ~by their proximate end. Therefore the infused 50 2, 65 | virtues he possesses these in proximate potentiality. Because when, ~ 51 2, 71 | the human ~will: one is proximate and homogeneous, viz. the 52 2, 74 | appetitive power as its ~proximate principle; but it is in 53 2, 75 | acts, one remote, the other proximate. The ~proximate internal 54 2, 75 | the other proximate. The ~proximate internal cause of the human 55 2, 75 | sin may ~be assigned; one proximate, on the part of the reason 56 2, 84 | which have the character ~of proximate origin in respect of several 57 2, 94 | are certain detailed proximate conclusions ~drawn from 58 2, 100 | as principles in their proximate conclusions; while those 59 2, 107 | especially if such ends are proximate. Secondly, by reason of ~ 60 2, 109 | first mover, and to the ~proximate end by the motion of any 61 2, 5 | either to ~their respective proximate motives, and thus one can 62 2, 10 | sinful act is the proper and ~proximate principle which elicits 63 2, 10 | in the intellect as its proximate ~subject. But it is in the 64 2, 11 | their species from their proximate end, while, ~from their 65 2, 11 | case in point also, the proximate end of heresy is ~adherence 66 2, 11 | unbelief in respect of its proximate object, but by reason of 67 2, 16 | twofold ~measure; one is proximate and homogeneous, viz. the 68 2, 22 | twofold, the last end, and the proximate end, so also, is ~good twofold, 69 2, 22 | universal good, the other proximate ~and particular. The ultimate 70 2, 24 | they belong to the same proximate genus as we do. But we have ~ 71 2, 24 | are united to us in the proximate genus, by ~reason of their 72 2, 43 | thing is declared by its proximate effect rather than ~by its 73 2, 43 | its remote effect. Now the proximate effect of wisdom seems to 74 2, 49 | Nevertheless these have certain proximate ends ~of their own, the 75 2, 55 | of nations, as implying a proximate equality, it follows ~that 76 2, 56 | aright, and because the proximate principle of ~action is 77 2, 64 | there is a difference of ~proximate ends, since the robber wishes 78 2, 80 | cf. ~Q[27]] which is the proximate cause of devotion. The other 79 2, 104 | father, ~because he is the proximate principle of our begetting 80 2, 108 | own ~object, which is the proximate object of the voluntary 81 2, 109 | this end, but from ~the proximate end, which is to show oneself 82 2, 115 | affected towards money are the proximate matter of liberality. Hence ~ 83 2, 121 | that, An end is twofold: proximate and ultimate. Now the ~proximate 84 2, 121 | proximate and ultimate. Now the ~proximate end of every agent is to 85 2, 121 | brave man intends as his proximate ~end to reproduce in action 86 2, 127 | either in act or by way of a proximate disposition thereto. Thus 87 2, 132 | actually or in respect of a proximate disposition thereto, as 88 2, 163 | was akin to them in the proximate genus.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 89 3, 14 | original justice. Hence the proximate ~cause of death and other 90 3, 15 | power." But as regards the proximate ~cause of these defects, 91 3, 31 | not from remote but from ~proximate matter, and from the active 92 3, 84 | Matter is twofold, viz. proximate and remote: thus the ~proximate 93 3, 84 | proximate and remote: thus the ~proximate matter of a statue is a 94 3, 84 | ad 1, ad 2), that the proximate ~matter of this sacrament 95 3, 84 | This argument considers the proximate matter of a sacrament.~Aquin.: 96 Suppl, 12| we must understand the proximate causes of ~actual sin, which 97 Suppl, 37| plural in the same way as the proximate genus; ~thus man and ass 98 Suppl, 37| the ministers: another is ~proximate, whereby they are rendered 99 Suppl, 37| since a person acquires the ~proximate disposition to the Eucharist 100 Suppl, 37| to ~give the matter its proximate preparation for the form 101 Suppl, 41| understand it as referring to the proximate beginning ~of that nation 102 Suppl, 45| suffice for producing the proximate effect of the sacrament, ~ 103 Suppl, 45| for the production of the ~proximate effect, which is the marriage 104 Suppl, 51| is set down as being the proximate ~cause.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 105 Suppl, 54| begetting of many from one proximate parent, as is the case ~ 106 Suppl, 67| of ~wife-murder. Now the proximate cause of murder is hatred: 107 Suppl, 67| is hatred: wherefore the ~proximate cause of divorce was hatred. 108 Suppl, 70| the ~things which are the proximate occasion of the soul's pain 109 Suppl, 70| fire as apprehended is the proximate ~cause of its distress, 110 Suppl, 73| rising again, He ~is the proximate and, so to say, the univocal 111 Suppl, 80| principles of a thing as on its proximate ~causes, but on God as on 112 Suppl, 88| heavenly bodies is ~their proximate end, because it is their 113 Suppl, 90| beatitude is twofold, namely proximate and remote. The proximate ~ 114 Suppl, 90| proximate and remote. The proximate ~principle is the difference 115 Suppl, 93| eliciting it and from its proximate ~end, and thus is due to


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