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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | twofold manner of ~judging produces a twofold wisdom. A man 2 1, 2 | because a demonstration produces scientific knowledge; ~whereas 3 1, 3 | cause; for every agent ~produces its like. But in created 4 1, 13 | exercise of its one power produces manifold and various forms 5 1, 15 | idea. For an architect produces through the form of the 6 1, 15 | regards the species, and produces individuals only that in 7 1, 18 | virtue of which the operator produces such ~operations of itself. 8 1, 19 | is perfect ~and in act, produces its like. It pertains, therefore, 9 1, 19 | agent; since every agent produces its like. Now effects ~pre-exist 10 1, 19 | that cannot be hindered, produces its effect ~necessarily, 11 1, 19 | causes, holding that what God produces by necessary causes ~is 12 1, 19 | is necessary; and what He produces by contingent causes contingent.~ 13 1, 23 | For the providence of God produces effects through ~the operation 14 1, 23 | but divine providence produces just so many as are sufficient 15 1, 25 | remembered that since every agent produces an ~effect like itself, 16 1, 30 | Therefore the Holy Ghost ~produces a divine person; and that 17 1, 36 | for instance ~one smith produces many knives distinct from 18 1, 37 | do not say that the tree produces the flower by the flower, 19 1, 41 | acts. Now, everything that produces ~something by its action, 20 1, 41 | something by its action, produces something like itself, as 21 1, 42 | action whereby the Father produces the ~Son is not successive, 22 1, 44 | 3: Further, every agent produces its like, and thus, since 23 1, 44 | determinate form. For an artificer produces a determinate form in matter ~ 24 1, 45 | Hence God by creation ~produces things without movement. 25 1, 45 | first: as natural generation produces the natural thing, ~which 26 1, 45 | property of its own form, produces the ~form of a bench, which 27 1, 45 | the power of that which produces something from no presupposed ~ 28 1, 45 | things. And as every agent produces its like, the principle 29 1, 45 | the natural agent not only produces its like ~according to quality, 30 1, 46 | presupposes ~something and produces something else, and the 31 1, 46 | the universal agent, who ~produces the whole. The particular 32 1, 46 | whole. The particular agent produces the form, and ~presupposes 33 1, 46 | correct to say so ~of God Who produces form and matter together: 34 1, 46 | correct to ~say of Him that He produces matter fitting to the form 35 1, 46 | the universal agent who produces the thing and time also, 36 1, 47 | 11], A[4]). Therefore He ~produces but one effect.~Aquin.: 37 1, 49 | things. For the natural agent produces the same kind of ~effect 38 1, 49 | some agent inasmuch as it ~produces by its power a form to which 39 1, 50 | that whereby the cause produces the effect; as heat makes 40 1, 50 | heat makes heat. Now, God ~produces the creature by His intellect 41 1, 61 | nor such active cause as produces its ~effect by changing 42 1, 64 | other is effective, and ~produces love for God; which knowledge 43 1, 65 | causes, since ~like always produces like. It then all creatures, 44 1, 65 | apprehending ~diverse forms, produces diverse works of art.~Aquin.: 45 1, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nature produces effect in act from being 46 1, 66 | formlessness precede form. But God produces being in act ~out of nothing, 47 1, 66 | first heaven, and is moved, produces therein not something that 48 1, 67 | Secondly, because light produces ~natural effects, for by 49 1, 71 | to the fact that nature ~produces its effects by determinate 50 1, 76 | according to divers forms ~produces divers actions; as, according 51 1, 77 | forasmuch as it is in act, it produces it. This I ~say of the proper 52 1, 37 | do not say that the tree produces the flower by the flower, 53 1, 41 | acts. Now, everything that produces ~something by its action, 54 1, 41 | something by its action, produces something like itself, as 55 1, 42 | action whereby the Father produces the ~Son is not successive, 56 1, 45 | 3: Further, every agent produces its like, and thus, since 57 1, 45 | determinate form. For an artificer produces a determinate form in matter ~ 58 1, 46 | Hence God by creation ~produces things without movement. 59 1, 46 | first: as natural generation produces the natural thing, ~which 60 1, 46 | property of its own form, produces the ~form of a bench, which 61 1, 46 | the power of that which produces something from no presupposed ~ 62 1, 46 | things. And as every agent produces its like, the principle 63 1, 46 | the natural agent not only produces its like ~according to quality, 64 1, 47 | presupposes ~something and produces something else, and the 65 1, 47 | the universal agent, who ~produces the whole. The particular 66 1, 47 | whole. The particular agent produces the form, and presupposes 67 1, 47 | correct to say so ~of God Who produces form and matter together: 68 1, 47 | correct to ~say of Him that He produces matter fitting to the form 69 1, 47 | the universal agent who produces the thing and time also, 70 1, 48 | 11], A[4]). Therefore He ~produces but one effect.~Aquin.: 71 1, 50 | things. For the natural agent produces the same kind of ~effect 72 1, 50 | some agent inasmuch as it ~produces by its power a form to which 73 1, 51 | that whereby the cause produces the effect; as heat makes 74 1, 51 | heat makes heat. Now, God ~produces the creature by His intellect 75 1, 62 | nor such active cause as produces its ~effect by changing 76 1, 65 | other is effective, and ~produces love for God; which knowledge 77 1, 66 | causes, since ~like always produces like. It then all creatures, 78 1, 66 | apprehending ~diverse forms, produces diverse works of art.~Aquin.: 79 1, 67 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Nature produces effect in act from being 80 1, 67 | formlessness precede form. But God produces being in act ~out of nothing, 81 1, 67 | first heaven, and is moved, produces therein not something that 82 1, 68 | Secondly, because light produces ~natural effects, for by 83 1, 71 | to the fact that nature ~produces its effects by determinate 84 1, 75 | according to divers forms ~produces divers actions; as, according 85 1, 76 | forasmuch as it is in act, it produces it. This I ~say of the proper 86 1, 84 | turning towards the ~phantasm produces in the passive intellect 87 1, 91 | from ~determinate matter it produces something in a determinate 88 1, 91 | way as from a few seeds He produces the harvest of corn" - that 89 1, 98 | 2: Further, every agent produces its like, unless prevented 90 1, 103 | action be efficacious, ~produces something in the effect. 91 1, 109 | prescription of his art he produces a dish that the fire ~could 92 1, 110 | reason of an effect ~which he produces in the imagination in the 93 1, 114 | wherefore every agent produces its like. So therefore to 94 1, 114 | But by its own virtue it produces ~an accident. Nor is it 95 1, 114 | OBJ 3: Further, the agent produces its like. Now it is to be 96 1, 114 | action of heavenly bodies produces certain inclinations in ~ 97 1, 115 | A[6]), Divine Providence produces effects through mediate 98 2, 6 | as some extrinsic motion produces a ~physical change in an 99 2, 13 | either in so far as man ~produces the thing which is the end, 100 2, 13 | the end, as the physician produces health ~(wherefore the production 101 2, 18 | such is the act that it ~produces. Now in things, each one 102 2, 25 | anger to cease, because it ~produces pleasure instead of the 103 2, 25 | fact, the presence of good produces no passion in the irascible, 104 2, 26 | patient. Now a ~natural agent produces a twofold effect on the 105 2, 28 | that "the Divine love ~produces ecstasy," and that "God 106 2, 40 | pertaining to action not only ~produces knowledge; it also causes 107 2, 48 | fervor added to fervor produces greater fervor. But "the ~ 108 2, 48 | that the movement of anger produces fervor of the blood and ~ 109 2, 51 | cooled: ~whereas that which produces the act that causes the 110 2, 51 | the fact that the latter produces more noble acts. Therefore 111 2, 54 | principles, since every agent ~produces its like in species. Habits, 112 2, 57 | anyone endowed with an art produces bad workmanship, ~this is 113 2, 58 | becomes ~a second nature, and produces an inclination similar to 114 2, 59 | overcomes inordinate passion; it produces ordinate ~passion.~Aquin.: 115 2, 60 | hinders evil, even as it produces good. But there ~are various 116 2, 70 | relation: to the tree that produces it, and to the ~man who 117 2, 70 | the tree, is that which he produces; ~secondly, so that man' 118 2, 71 | its effect. But a habit ~produces its actions both as to their 119 2, 71 | form of a natural thing produces, of ~necessity, an operation 120 2, 75 | not a good, because good produces nothing but good, for "a 121 2, 75 | rule, so that the will ~produces the act of sin. Since therefore 122 2, 75 | which causes sin, as a power produces its act, is ~natural; and 123 2, 79 | existing in act, since ~nothing produces an action save in so far 124 2, 85 | cause of another, if it produces its effect by reason of 125 2, 111 | manifests its species whereby it produces heat in other things, is ~ 126 2, 1 | demonstration is a syllogism that produces science." Now certain ~matters 127 2, 3 | eliciting them; whereas it produces the act of confession as 128 2, 9 | demonstration is a syllogism which produces knowledge." Therefore ~knowledge 129 2, 22 | not vanity. But because it produces an infinite effect, ~since, 130 2, 23 | the more universal cause produces a greater effect. ~Now, 131 2, 25 | Animal. i, 20), "the ~female produces the body in generation." 132 2, 28 | of rarefaction: and fire produces all such ~actions by its 133 2, 44 | FS, Q[48]~, AA[2],3,4), produces a great change in the nature 134 2, 71 | the ordinance of God Who produces ~good out of every evil. 135 2, 79 | has other ~acts, which it produces through the medium of the 136 2, 79 | first principle, because God produces all things, and governs 137 2, 80 | Nom. iv) "the ~Divine love produces ecstasy, for it takes the 138 2, 81 | prayer is that which it produces at once; this is the ~spiritual 139 2, 126 | civic" fortitude, which produces brave deeds through fear ~ 140 2, 126 | military" fortitude, which ~produces brave deeds as a result 141 2, 126 | is the fortitude which produces brave deeds resulting from 142 2, 167 | the ~case of an art that produces things which for the most 143 3, 22 | the priesthood of Christ produces both these ~effects. For 144 3, 62 | assists the sacraments and produces their effect. But if we 145 3, 64 | seems that Christ as man ~produces the inward sacramental effect.~ 146 3, 64 | Therefore it is He ~that produces the inward sacramental effect.~ 147 3, 64 | seems that Christ, as man, ~produces the inward sacramental effect.~ 148 3, 64 | Therefore Christ, as man, produces the ~inward sacramental 149 3, 64 | as man. Therefore Christ ~produces the inward sacramental effect, 150 3, 64 | 2~I answer that, Christ produces the inward sacramental effect, 151 3, 68 | Q[66], A[9]) Baptism produces a twofold effect in the 152 3, 69 | baptized?~(8) Whether Baptism produces an equal effect in all who 153 3, 69 | but which the Divine power produces miraculously in Baptism: ~ 154 3, 69 | Para. 1/1~Whether Baptism produces its effect when the insincerity 155 3, 69 | form of the thing generated produces its effect: thus at ~the 156 3, 69 | Penance, Baptism forthwith ~produces its effect.~Aquin.: SMT 157 3, 71 | is not a mere sign, but ~produces an effect, for instance, 158 3, 72 | wide sense, something that produces ~a special effect, and to 159 3, 75 | produced by art: for art produces such forms not by its own 160 3, 75 | energies. And in this way it produces the ~substantial forms of 161 3, 79 | considered as a sacrament, it produces its effect in two ~ways: 162 3, 79 | power of the ~sacrament it produces directly that effect for 163 3, 79 | grace and glory, whereas it produces no effect ~except in those 164 3, 80 | receiving of the sacrament produces more fully the effect of 165 3, 83 | action of the wine thereon produces verdigris, and provokes ~ 166 3, 84 | and being thus hallowed produces the ~sacramental effect. 167 3, 86 | Passion, through which Penance produces its effect, as ~do the other 168 3, 86 | inordinately to a ~mutable good, produces in the soul a certain disposition, 169 3, 86 | Penance, as a sacrament, produces its effect ~through the 170 3, 86 | Moreover ~every sacrament produces its effect, in virtue not 171 3, 86 | sin pardoned, ~and which produces its effect in all the sacraments. 172 3, 87 | OBJ 3: Further, venial sin produces a stain on the soul. Now 173 3, 87 | virtue of the act which grace produces anew, but not through any 174 Suppl, 3 | from that one which still produces a greater effect at ~the 175 Suppl, 6 | actual sin is remitted, produces its effect in us through 176 Suppl, 10| answer that, Confession produces its effect, on the presupposition ~ 177 Suppl, 19| whereas the ~principal agent produces its own likeness. Consequently 178 Suppl, 29| a sign of the ~effect it produces. Hence when one action suffices 179 Suppl, 29| minister of a sacrament produces the effect, not by ~his 180 Suppl, 30| reasonable working never produces a secondary ~effect, except 181 Suppl, 30| spiritual healing: and then it ~produces it always, provided there 182 Suppl, 52| cannot produce a male ~it produces a female which is "a misbegotten 183 Suppl, 55| in the first instance it ~produces another species, so it makes 184 Suppl, 55| procreation, and this always produces the same species ~of relationship; 185 Suppl, 55| marriage union, and this produces a ~different kind of relationship 186 Suppl, 70| the saw by cutting wood produces the shape of a ~house.~Aquin.: 187 Suppl, 71| object generated, so Baptism ~produces its effect only in the person 188 Suppl, 71| like any ~other action, produces its effect according to 189 Suppl, 72| of the higher art that ~produces the form, or makes use of 190 Suppl, 73| Further, the same thing produces the one effect throughout 191 Suppl, 73| univocal efficient cause produces its effect in likeness to 192 Suppl, 73| OBJ 1: A sufficient cause produces at once its effect to which


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