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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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remote

    Part, Question
1 1, 14 | because the antecedent is the remote cause of the ~consequent, 2 1, 14 | were its ~antecedent the remote necessary cause, and the 3 1, 33 | but according to a certain remote ~similitude whereby He is 4 1, 52 | although there may be several remote movers. Nor can it ~be objected 5 1, 53 | what is near than ~what is remote. Much more therefore is 6 1, 53 | before being moved to what is remote. But the ~angel's movement 7 1, 56 | above all substances, He is remote from all ~knowledge."~Aquin.: 8 1, 56 | essence are infinitely ~remote from God, it follows that 9 1, 56 | because, as God is ~infinitely remote from the angel, so the knowledge 10 1, 58 | Further, negation is far more remote from affirmation than any ~ 11 1, 61 | the angelic nature is more remote from the corporeal ~nature 12 1, 62 | of the angels is very far remote from ~their natural condition: 13 1, 76 | by reason of ~its being remote from contraries, thereby 14 1, 77 | of those which are more remote. Now ~it has been shown 15 1, 53 | although there may be several remote movers. Nor can it ~be objected 16 1, 54 | what is near than ~what is remote. Much more therefore is 17 1, 54 | before being moved to what is remote. But the ~angel's movement 18 1, 57 | above all substances, He is remote from all ~knowledge."~Aquin.: 19 1, 57 | essence are infinitely ~remote from God, it follows that 20 1, 57 | because, as God is ~infinitely remote from the angel, so the knowledge 21 1, 59 | Further, negation is far more remote from affirmation than any ~ 22 1, 62 | the angelic nature is more remote from the corporeal ~nature 23 1, 63 | of the angels is very far remote from ~their natural condition: 24 1, 75 | by reason of ~its being remote from contraries, thereby 25 1, 76 | of those which are more remote. Now ~it has been shown 26 1, 78 | of intelligence and most remote from the perfection of the 27 1, 83 | cause, although perchance as remote cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 28 1, 114 | most composite, ~are most remote from the first active cause, 29 2, 1 | can be ordained to several remote ends, of which one is ~the 30 2, 2 | happiness, either proximate, or remote, or at least apparent. ~ 31 2, 18 | Thirdly, that the more ~remote an end is, the more universal 32 2, 19 | with the thing measured; ~a remote measure is not.~Aquin.: 33 2, 42 | be. ~First, through being remote and far off: for, on account 34 2, 73 | of sin are extrinsic and remote, as it were, being ~those 35 2, 75 | cause of human acts, one remote, the other proximate. The ~ 36 2, 75 | has a free-will; while the remote cause is the ~apprehension 37 2, 75 | and will; and the ~other remote, on the part of the imagination 38 2, 83 | generation except in ~respect of remote disposition, in so far as 39 2, 95 | conclusion that is not very remote from its ~premises. Wherefore 40 2, 11 | end, while, ~from their remote end, they take their genus 41 2, 11 | its ~species, while its remote end reveals its cause, viz. 42 2, 14 | near them than to ~what is remote. Now spiritual vices are 43 2, 14 | mind's attention to more ~remote things, so that they hinder 44 2, 16 | reason, while the ~other is remote and excelling, viz. God: 45 2, 26 | knowledge is ~that which is most remote from our senses.~Aquin.: 46 2, 43 | effect rather than ~by its remote effect. Now the proximate 47 2, 43 | adoption of sons seem to be remote effects, since they ~result 48 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The remote end of robbery and theft 49 2, 109 | accident, for instance a remote end, or an instrument of ~ 50 2, 109 | 3: Gain or glory is the remote end of the dissembler as 51 2, 121 | intended, may be called the remote end of ~the agent. Now just 52 2, 121 | with his habit: but his remote end is happiness or God.~ 53 2, 134 | fails. Moreover, what ~is remote as to place offers no difficulty 54 2, 169 | prophecy is about things remote from our knowledge, it ~ 55 2, 169 | be observed that the more remote things are from our knowledge 56 2, 169 | degree comprises things remote from the knowledge, either ~ 57 2, 169 | degree comprises things remote from the knowledge of all 58 2, 170 | knowledge, know certain things remote from ~men's knowledge, which 59 2, 170 | which God alone knows are remote simply and most of all.~ 60 2, 172 | to more numerous and more remote ~objects; even so a physician 61 2, 172 | supernatural truth as ~being far remote from us. This happens in 62 2, 172 | this truth will be more ~remote if it be known by means 63 2, 172 | things. Secondly, vision is remote on the part of the seer, 64 2, 172 | these ways are the blessed remote; wherefore they ~cannot 65 2, 178 | thing near at hand or far remote, the movement ~will be circular. 66 3, 6 | God acts upon the more remote ~substances through the 67 3, 6 | substances through the less remote. Hence if we consider the 68 3, 14 | is twofold: the first is remote, and results from the material ~ 69 3, 16 | affirmative proposition of remote matter is false. Now this 70 3, 16 | proposition, ~"God is man," is on remote matter, since the forms 71 3, 16 | proposition is necessarily in remote matter, the subject ~signifying 72 3, 16 | suppositum, the matter is not remote, but natural or ~contingent, 73 3, 16 | proposition is ~neither in remote nor in contingent, but in 74 3, 31 | likeness results not from remote but from ~proximate matter, 75 3, 48 | Trinity as to the ~first and remote cause, to whom Christ's 76 3, 56 | upon others ~which are more remote; just as fire first heats 77 3, 56 | them ~others that are more remote, as Dionysius says (Coel. 78 3, 84 | twofold, viz. proximate and remote: thus the ~proximate matter 79 3, 84 | statue is a metal, while the remote matter is ~water. Now it 80 3, 84 | follows that sins are the remote matter ~of Penance, as a 81 3, 90 | Reply OBJ 3: Sins are the remote matter of Penance, inasmuch, 82 Suppl, 12| the "fomes," which is the remote cause of actual sin, is 83 Suppl, 32| the whole body, ~albeit a remote principle.~Aquin.: SMT XP 84 Suppl, 37| subjective parts can have the remote genus ~predicated of them 85 Suppl, 37| sacrament is ~twofold. One is remote and is effected by the ministers: 86 Suppl, 37| Reply OBJ 4: Doctrine is a remote preparation for the reception 87 Suppl, 37| the Old Testament is more remote than that ~of the New Testament, 88 Suppl, 54| consanguinity we must not take a remote common ancestor but the 89 Suppl, 54| his grandfather ~or his remote ancestors (De Gener. Anim. 90 Suppl, 54| forbidden even within the more remote degrees of ~consanguinity, 91 Suppl, 54| the ~prohibition to more remote degrees of consanguinity. 92 Suppl, 54| friendship with their more remote kindred than with strangers: ~ 93 Suppl, 54| prohibition of the more remote degrees became for many 94 Suppl, 55| easily granted in the more remote degrees of affinity than 95 Suppl, 55| of affinity than in the ~remote degrees of consanguinity.~ 96 Suppl, 59| fornications by a ~more remote signification.~Aquin.: SMT 97 Suppl, 67| assign to divorce certain remote causes ~which were a cause 98 Suppl, 67| hatred, and ~so they are remote causes of divorce.~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 70| except perhaps as in their remote origin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 100 Suppl, 70| agent does not act on a remote object, except ~through 101 Suppl, 70| outside ~the soul is the remote cause of its distress.~Aquin.: 102 Suppl, 79| the corpse to a place so remote, even though the whole corpse ~ 103 Suppl, 81| may be nearer to or more remote from affirmation, and ~conversely, 104 Suppl, 88| the six days by way of a remote likeness, namely in the 105 Suppl, 89| in the point of the most remote genus, namely ~substance: 106 Suppl, 90| twofold, namely proximate and remote. The proximate ~principle 107 Suppl, 90| beatific operation: while the remote principle is the merit by


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