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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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precede

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | non-univocal agent must precede the ~univocal agent. For 2 1, 19 | and voluntary agent must precede the agent that acts by ~ 3 1, 46 | hence unless some change precede either in the ~nature of 4 1, 53 | conclusion; hence movement must precede change. ~Accordingly such 5 1, 62 | grace: and so it did not precede ~in the order of time, but 6 1, 63 | any habit inclining to sin precede their first sin. In ~another 7 1, 63 | in the creature did not precede its formation in order of 8 1, 65 | not created by God must ~precede all inequality created by 9 1, 66 | this formlessness did not precede in ~time its formation or 10 1, 66 | nature potentiality must precede ~act in time, and formlessness 11 1, 66 | in time, and formlessness precede form. But God produces being 12 1, 66 | nature ~and formless matter, precede the formation, by nature 13 1, 66 | and therefore, as they precede formation, so do they precede ~ 14 1, 66 | precede formation, so do they precede ~movement and time. Time, 15 1, 66 | nature and formless matter precede time by origin or nature.~ 16 1, 67 | formlessness did not precede forms in duration; and so 17 1, 69 | as ~it says of those that precede, in order to show that higher 18 1, 77 | that "acts and ~operations precede the powers according to 19 1, 77 | powers of the soul which precede the others, in the order 20 1, 77 | the more imperfect powers precede the ~others in the order 21 1, 47 | hence unless some change precede either in the ~nature of 22 1, 54 | conclusion; hence movement must precede change. ~Accordingly such 23 1, 63 | grace: and so it did not precede ~in the order of time, but 24 1, 64 | any habit inclining to sin precede their first sin. In ~another 25 1, 64 | in the creature did not precede its formation in order of 26 1, 66 | not created by God must ~precede all inequality created by 27 1, 67 | this formlessness did not precede in ~time its formation or 28 1, 67 | nature potentiality must precede ~act in time, and formlessness 29 1, 67 | in time, and formlessness precede form. But God produces being 30 1, 67 | nature ~and formless matter, precede the formation, by nature 31 1, 67 | and therefore, as they precede formation, so do they precede ~ 32 1, 67 | precede formation, so do they precede ~movement and time. Time, 33 1, 67 | nature and formless matter precede time by origin or nature.~ 34 1, 68 | formlessness did not precede forms in duration; and so 35 1, 70 | as ~it says of those that precede, in order to show that higher 36 1, 76 | that "acts and ~operations precede the powers according to 37 1, 76 | powers of the soul which precede the others, in the order 38 1, 76 | the more imperfect powers precede the ~others in the order 39 1, 94 | Therefore much more did nature precede grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 40 1, 116 | perfect knowledge did not precede in him, such as is required 41 2, 5 | that any work of man need precede his ~Happiness: for God 42 2, 14 | proceeds ~from things that precede to things that follow, according 43 2, 16 | to that ~which precedes, precede also.~ 44 2, 17 | Wherefore still more does it precede command. On the ~other hand, 45 2, 25 | Whether the irascible passions precede the concupiscible passions, 46 2, 25 | that the irascible passions precede the ~concupiscible passions. 47 2, 25 | irascible passions seem ~to precede the concupiscible passions. ~ 48 2, 25 | Therefore the irascible passions precede the concupiscible passions.~ 49 2, 25 | the concupiscible passions precede the irascible.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 25 | that the irascible passions precede those ~concupiscible passions 51 2, 25 | seems ~that hope does not precede them.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] 52 2, 25 | Therefore fear and despair precede hope and daring.~Aquin.: 53 2, 25 | despair, must naturally precede those whose object is evil, ~ 54 2, 25 | hope and despair naturally precede ~fear and daring is evident 55 2, 25 | effect ~from the causes that precede it, it is from anger, as 56 2, 29 | Consequently love must needs precede hatred; and nothing is hated, 57 2, 34 | actions, than desires, which precede them in point of ~time. 58 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 1: Love and desire precede pleasure in the order of ~ 59 2, 63 | be caused by actions that precede it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] 60 2, 68 | matter, fortitude and counsel precede ~knowledge and piety: because 61 2, 68 | excellent. Now the virtues precede the gifts of the Holy Ghost; 62 2, 68 | and in this way the gifts precede the intellectual and ~moral 63 2, 68 | and intellectual ~virtues precede the gifts, since man, through 64 2, 69 | declaration of ~all those that precede. Because from the very fact 65 2, 71 | ought to go to church - or, ~precede the omission, as when a 66 2, 72 | word or deed unless there precede ~sin of thought. Therefore 67 2, 75 | therefore the movements that precede it ~are not always actual, 68 2, 75 | act of the will; ~but some precede and some follow the sin 69 2, 77 | increases merit; but if it precede, so that a man is moved 70 2, 78 | 1,2). But the acts which precede a ~vicious habit are not 71 2, 100 | But ~actions of thought precede actions of word or outward 72 2, 103 | legal ceremonies did not precede the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 73 2, 111 | temporal effect, ~which can precede and follow another; and 74 2, 113 | and thus it can either precede ~justification, or concur 75 2, 113 | of a composite thing may precede and some ~follow.~Aquin.: 76 2, 4 | whatever other virtue might precede the act of faith, is quickened 77 2, 4 | consequently it seems to precede faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 78 2, 4 | answer that, One thing can precede another in two ways: first, 79 2, 4 | the last end, must needs ~precede all the others. Again, the 80 2, 4 | other hand, some virtues can precede faith accidentally. For 81 2, 4 | certain virtues may be said to precede ~faith accidentally, in 82 2, 7 | For an effect ~does not precede its cause. Now fear precedes 83 2, 7 | of God cannot altogether precede faith, because if we ~knew 84 2, 8 | follows. ~But faith seems to precede understanding, since it 85 2, 8 | Faith cannot altogether precede understanding, for it would ~ 86 2, 10 | the cardinal virtues, but precede them, so too, the vices ~ 87 2, 10 | gathered from those which precede, "lest perhaps ~gathering 88 2, 12 | mortal sins, because they precede the ~deliberation of the 89 2, 13 | much as sinful acts must precede so as to cause the habit ~ 90 2, 13 | it is evident that it can precede sin: for it is possible 91 2, 15 | Vulg.: 'our'] God is ~one," precede the recording of the precepts.~ 92 2, 15 | and understanding ~should precede the precepts of the Law 93 2, 16 | included in a definition should precede ~the thing defined and be 94 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 3: Hope does not precede every meritorious act; but 95 2, 16 | proceeds ~from merits, which precede not only the thing hoped 96 2, 31 | secret correction should precede denouncement?~(8) Whether 97 2, 31 | private ~admonition should precede denunciation?~Aquin.: SMT 98 2, 31 | private admonition should precede denunciation. For, in ~works 99 2, 31 | a private admonition to precede denunciation.~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 31 | secret admonition should precede public ~denunciation.~Aquin.: 101 2, 31 | that "nothing else need precede ~accusation except inscription." [* 102 2, 31 | secret admonition should precede ~public denunciation.~Aquin.: 103 2, 31 | a secret admonition to ~precede public denunciation.~Aquin.: 104 2, 50 | Hier. vii), nor does there precede in them any research of 105 2, 80 | religion; and devotion seems to precede ~charity; since, in the 106 2, 81 | repetition of the two that ~precede, and thus helps us to understand 107 2, 86 | religion, so that probation may precede the obligation of the vow. ~ 108 2, 92 | Nevertheless certain sins may ~precede idolatry and dispose man 109 2, 98 | presuppose spiritual things, but precede them in the order ~of time. 110 2, 102 | of grace and virtues may ~precede, even in point of time, 111 2, 139 | moderation of the passions that ~precede results in moderation of 112 2, 160 | also certain things that precede and follow them, as we have 113 2, 163 | Now punishment should not precede fault. Therefore it ~was 114 2, 180 | the active life does not precede the ~contemplative. For 115 2, 180 | that, A thing is said to precede in two ways. First, with ~ 116 2, 180 | applies itself to things which precede and are ~better than others, 117 2, 182 | beginning of charity cannot precede the observance of the commandments, ~ 118 2, 183 | no ~bishop if he loves to precede rather than to profit others." 119 2, 187 | after. Now the commandments precede the counsels, because ~they 120 3, 6 | with the flesh ~did not precede the union with the soul.~ 121 3, 6 | matter; for ~these two causes precede the thing. On the part of 122 3, 27 | of the fomes, even if it precede the act of the ~reason, 123 3, 34 | counsel does not of necessity precede choice save for the purpose 124 3, 38 | might also by ~baptizing precede Him who was about to baptize."~ 125 3, 60 | when a negation is made to precede or follow a word. But if 126 3, 61 | effect. But effect does not ~precede cause. Therefore there should 127 3, 65 | Therefore Matrimony should precede Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP 128 3, 65 | Therefore order should precede Baptism and the other sacraments.~ 129 3, 65 | Therefore Penance should precede the ~Eucharist.~Aquin.: 130 3, 65 | the individual, ~naturally precede those which are intended 131 3, 68 | Baptism, makes faith to precede Baptism (Mk. 16:16): ~"He 132 3, 70 | positive effects naturally precede those that denote privation, 133 3, 71 | Whether catechism should precede Baptism?~(2) Whether exorcism 134 3, 71 | Whether exorcism should precede Baptism?~(3) Whether what 135 3, 71 | Whether catechism should precede Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP 136 3, 71 | that catechism should not precede Baptism. For by ~Baptism 137 3, 71 | Therefore catechism should not precede Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP 138 3, 71 | fitting that ~catechism should precede Baptism. Hence when our 139 3, 71 | baptize, He made teaching to precede Baptism, saying: "Go ye . . . 140 3, 71 | Whether exorcism should precede Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP 141 3, 71 | that exorcism should not precede Baptism. For exorcism ~is 142 3, 71 | Therefore exorcism should not precede Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP 143 3, 71 | But disposition must needs precede the perfect form: because ~ 144 3, 74 | day is said by ~John to precede the day of the Pasch, while 145 3, 78 | pronounced without those that precede. The priest, however, ~would 146 3, 84 | The three sacraments which precede Penance refer to the ~ship 147 3, 85 | from one extreme seems to precede approach to ~the other. 148 3, 85 | soul; but one is said to precede the ~other in the order 149 3, 85 | certain ~praiseworthy acts can precede the act and the habit of 150 3, 85 | the theological virtues precede it simply. Nevertheless, 151 3, 85 | the other ~virtues seem to precede, as that which is natural 152 3, 85 | hope and charity, which precede it in ~the order of nature; 153 3, 89 | some virtues naturally ~precede penance, viz., faith, hope, 154 Suppl, 18| this disposition does not precede the reception of Baptism 155 Suppl, 20| absolution from which ~should precede absolution from sin, for 156 Suppl, 30| respect to all the others that precede, and acts by virtue of ~ 157 Suppl, 34| of grace and, in a way, ~precede grace; and consequently 158 Suppl, 39| powers like natural powers precede acts - although acquired ~ 159 Suppl, 59| contracting of marriage if they precede it, which nevertheless cannot ~ 160 Suppl, 62| pertains to a divorce, ought to precede the judgment ~of the Church.~ 161 Suppl, 62| necessary for inscription to precede, whereby he ~binds himself 162 Suppl, 69| namely the ~things that precede, those that accompany, and 163 Suppl, 69| partly, though not wholly, precede the resurrection; (2) of 164 Suppl, 69| 3~Among the things which precede the resurrection we must 165 Suppl, 69| conflagration which ~will precede the appearance of the Judge.~ 166 Suppl, 69| of the judge, should not precede the judgment. Now hell fire 167 Suppl, 72| OF THE SIGNS THAT WILL PRECEDE THE JUDGMENT (THREE ARTICLES)~ 168 Suppl, 72| consider the signs that will precede the judgment: and ~under 169 Suppl, 72| Whether any signs will precede the Lord's coming to judgment?~( 170 Suppl, 72| 1~Whether any signs will precede the Lord's coming to judgment?~ 171 Suppl, 72| Therefore signs will not precede that coming~Aquin.: SMT 172 Suppl, 72| Therefore signs ~ought not to precede it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[73] 173 Suppl, 72| Therefore neither will they precede ~the second.~Aquin.: SMT 174 Suppl, 72| consequently many signs ~will precede the advent of Christ when 175 Suppl, 72| manifest ~sings which will precede the judgment immediately 176 Suppl, 72| world a fire that shall precede Him, and ~shall rise in 177 Suppl, 72| Further, the resurrection will precede the judgment, else every 178 Suppl, 72| burning of the world will precede ~the resurrection, for the 179 Suppl, 72| Therefore that fire will precede the ~judgment.~Aquin.: SMT 180 Suppl, 72| regards its ~beginning, precede the judgment. This can clearly 181 Suppl, 72| resurrection of the dead will precede the judgment, since ~according 182 Suppl, 72| cleanse the world, will precede the judgment, but as regards 183 Suppl, 72| conflagration, in so far as it ~will precede the judgment, will act as 184 Suppl, 72| cleanse the elect and will precede ~the judgment, another that 185 Suppl, 73| cannot be unless the cause precede. But the ~resurrection of 186 Suppl, 74| the resurrection will not precede the glorification of bodies, ~ 187 Suppl, 74| Christ's resurrection had ~to precede the resurrection of others 188 Suppl, 74| restoration of the bodies will precede in time their reunion with 189 Suppl, 75| particular time which shall precede the ~judgment immediately, 190 Suppl, 85| the wicked, which will not precede this ~judgment. Yet even 191 Suppl, 85| calamities will immediately ~precede the judgment day or the


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