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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | creatures ~equally, but of God primarily, and of creatures only so 2 1, 3 | Therefore whatever is primarily and essentially an agent 3 1, 3 | essentially an agent must be ~primarily and essentially form. Now 4 1, 3 | to act belongs to Him ~primarily and essentially. But that 5 1, 3 | with ~anything does not act primarily and essentially, but rather 6 1, 5 | being, accordingly as it ~is primarily distinguished from that 7 1, 5 | of ~the intellect, and is primarily intelligible; as sound is 8 1, 5 | sound is that which is ~primarily audible. Therefore in idea 9 1, 8 | answer that, To be everywhere primarily and absolutely, is proper 10 1, 8 | God. Now to be everywhere primarily is said of that which in 11 1, 8 | places, it would not be primarily everywhere, forasmuch as ~ 12 1, 8 | part does not belong to it ~primarily; thus if a man has white 13 1, 8 | teeth, whiteness belongs primarily not ~to the man but to his 14 1, 8 | Therefore to be everywhere primarily and ~absolutely belongs 15 1, 8 | does not follow that it is ~primarily and absolutely everywhere.~ 16 1, 8 | is everywhere, but not ~primarily; forasmuch as it is not 17 1, 8 | soul would be everywhere ~primarily indeed, but only accidentally.~ 18 1, 13 | health in the animal which primarily is called healthy. Thirdly, ~ 19 1, 13 | creatures, and are applied primarily to Him. But as regards ~ 20 1, 13 | one things, do not signify primarily and absolutely one thing; ~ 21 1, 13 | predicated of God are predicated primarily of creatures?~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 13 | that names are predicated primarily of creatures rather ~than 23 1, 13 | imposed by us are ~predicated primarily of creatures rather than 24 1, 13 | creatures to God, are said ~primarily of creatures rather than 25 1, 13 | and creatures are applied ~primarily to creatures rather than 26 1, 13 | secondarily, for "healthy" is primarily predicated of ~animal rather 27 1, 13 | Therefore ~these names are said primarily of creatures rather than 28 1, 13 | these names are applied primarily to God rather ~than to creatures.~ 29 1, 13 | such a name must be applied primarily to that which is put in 30 1, 13 | are ~applied to creatures primarily rather than to God, because 31 1, 13 | Hence "good" would apply primarily to ~creatures rather than 32 1, 13 | these names are applied ~primarily to God rather than to creatures, 33 1, 13 | of the names, they ~are primarily applied by us to creatures 34 1, 16 | Thus, then, truth ~resides primarily in the intellect, and secondarily 35 1, 16 | that truth should be there primarily, any more ~than that health 36 1, 16 | than that health should be primarily in medicine, rather than 37 1, 16 | true; although truth is primarily in things; and this is so 38 1, 16 | the intellect apprehends primarily being itself; secondly, ~ 39 1, 16 | 1]) that ~truth resides primarily in the intellect; and secondarily 40 1, 17 | needs seek falsity, where ~primarily we find truth; that is to 41 1, 17 | ways. In the first way, primarily and of its own ~nature, 42 1, 17 | own nature, though not ~primarily; as in sight there is the 43 1, 17 | sense. Thirdly, neither ~primarily nor of its own nature, but 44 1, 17 | intellect, wherein truth primarily ~resides. Hence the false 45 1, 63 | heavenly movement, ~which is primarily measured by continuous time, 46 1, 65 | the thing that underlies primarily all things, belongs ~properly 47 1, 70 | hold that plants ~originate primarily from these bodies. Although 48 1, 76 | body. For that whereby ~primarily anything acts is a form 49 1, 76 | that whereby a body is primarily healed is ~health, and that 50 1, 76 | that whereby the soul knows primarily is knowledge; hence ~health 51 1, 76 | things, that whereby we ~primarily perform each of all these 52 1, 76 | this principle by ~which we primarily understand, whether it be 53 1, 76 | the whole it is compared primarily and essentially, as to ~ 54 1, 77 | we sense and understand ~primarily." But the natural principles 55 1, 77 | Therefore the powers are primarily in the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 56 1, 77 | OBJ 2: All such powers are primarily in the soul, as compared 57 1, 64 | heavenly movement, ~which is primarily measured by continuous time, 58 1, 66 | the thing that underlies primarily all things, belongs ~properly 59 1, 71 | hold that plants ~originate primarily from these bodies. Although 60 1, 75 | body. For that whereby ~primarily anything acts is a form 61 1, 75 | that whereby a body is primarily healed is ~health, and that 62 1, 75 | that whereby the soul knows primarily is knowledge; hence ~health 63 1, 75 | things, that whereby we ~primarily perform each of all these 64 1, 75 | this principle by ~which we primarily understand, whether it be 65 1, 75 | the whole it is compared primarily and essentially, as to ~ 66 1, 76 | we sense and understand ~primarily." But the natural principles 67 1, 76 | Therefore the powers are primarily in the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 76 | OBJ 2: All such powers are primarily in the soul, as compared 69 1, 84 | secondarily; but that which is primarily understood ~is the object, 70 1, 84 | indivisible is understood primarily; for according to the Platonists ~ 71 1, 85 | material things ~directly and primarily. The reason of this is that 72 1, 86 | understand its own act. But not ~primarily, since the first object 73 2, 19 | Para. 2/2~Now this Good is primarily and essentially compared 74 2, 49 | in ~which they are, imply primarily and principally relation 75 2, 49 | as we have said, habit primarily and of itself implies a 76 2, 50 | habits and ~dispositions, primarily and of themselves.~Aquin.: 77 2, 52 | Reply OBJ 3: Alteration is primarily indeed in the qualities 78 2, 71 | law, which is ~contained primarily in the eternal law, but 79 2, 83 | motive cause of that sin primarily pertains: thus if the motive ~ 80 2, 88 | generically venial does ~not, primarily and of its nature, dispose 81 2, 104 | figurative in two ways. First, ~primarily and in itself: because, 82 2, 104 | precepts are figurative, not primarily ~and in themselves, but 83 2, 104 | precepts are ~figurative primarily and in themselves, as being 84 2, 9 | faith. Now faith consists primarily and principally in speculation, 85 2, 9 | gift of knowledge also, primarily and ~principally indeed, 86 2, 9 | not ~action solely, nor primarily: and in this way it directs 87 2, 59 | of commutation is found primarily. Hence it is necessary to 88 2, 63 | of another does it belong primarily to imprison or fetter, ~ 89 2, 82 | OBJ 2: Just as prayer is primarily in the mind, and secondarily ~ 90 2, 93 | surrounding bodies, and primarily to that ~of the heavenly 91 2, 99 | charity, whereby man is primarily directed to God, so again 92 2, 104 | cause ~of debt is found primarily and chiefly in God, in that 93 2, 115 | in two ways: in one way, primarily and of its own nature; ~ 94 2, 115 | another way, consequently. Primarily and of its very nature it 95 2, 115 | which is competent ~to them primarily and in respect of their 96 2, 182 | in two ways: in one way, primarily and essentially; in another, 97 2, 182 | secondarily and ~accidentally. Primarily and essentially the perfection 98 3, 3 | to be. Hence a ~Person is primarily and more properly said to 99 3, 10 | potentiality, knowledge primarily and essentially regards 100 3, 50 | more immediately ~and more primarily than the body is, because 101 3, 60 | which belongs to a thing primarily and essentially: and not ~ 102 3, 60 | that the name sign is given primarily ~and principally to things 103 3, 71 | secondarily to the ~ministers, primarily to the priests. A third 104 Suppl, 5 | a sacrament, it operates primarily as an instrument for the ~ 105 Suppl, 12| 3: Although Penance was primarily instituted and intended 106 Suppl, 73| likeness is observed, that is primarily and directly the principle ~ 107 Suppl, 77| of the ~individual, not primarily but secondarily. For they 108 Suppl, 77| belongs essentially and primarily ~to the truth of human nature,


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