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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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causing

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | from another, but rather causing in others their necessity. ~ 2 1, 5 | see that what ~is first in causing, is last in the thing caused. 3 1, 5 | substantial form. Now in causing, goodness and the end ~come 4 1, 49 | fail. And thus God, by causing in ~things the good of the 5 1, 73 | rested on the seventh day by ~causing man to rest; against this 6 1, 76 | some principle of the body causing the ~other parts to live, 7 1, 50 | fail. And thus God, by causing in ~things the good of the 8 1, 72 | rested on the seventh day by ~causing man to rest; against this 9 1, 75 | some principle of the body causing the ~other parts to live, 10 1, 82 | acquire them, ~whether by causing them or disposing ourselves 11 1, 103 | presupposed. But ~after causing the form or disposition 12 1, 109 | cannot do this ~without causing local movement. Therefore 13 1, 109 | Reply OBJ 2: The angels, by causing local motion, as the first 14 1, 110 | thoughts in our minds by causing them ~from within, since 15 1, 110 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: An angel causing an imaginative vision, sometimes ~ 16 2, 5 | attainment of that last end, by ~causing a disposition thereto: thus 17 2, 10 | however, another manner of causing that is proper ~to the will, 18 2, 28 | by a kind of complacency: causing ~him either to take pleasure 19 2, 32 | in preference to them as causing pleasure; and ~also in preference 20 2, 33 | distasteful by reason of their causing an excess ~in the natural 21 2, 35 | Nothing hinders one contrary causing the other ~accidentally: 22 2, 36 | regard good, are ~reckoned as causing the appetitive movements 23 2, 36 | craving for separation, ~as causing sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 24 2, 36 | and love, be accounted ~as causing sorrow. Because the good 25 2, 36 | present, should be reckoned as causing pain or sorrow. Now ~it 26 2, 36 | potentially ~but actually, i.e. by causing the actual presence of the 27 2, 46 | nothing prevents ~them from causing a certain specific difference 28 2, 60 | difference of objects from causing diversity of passions, without 29 2, 60 | diversity of passions, without causing ~diversity of virtues, as 30 2, 60 | difference of objects from causing ~different virtues, without 31 2, 60 | different virtues, without causing a difference of passions, 32 2, 61 | faculty of doing well without causing the good deed ~to be done. 33 2, 73 | aggravated by reason of its causing more harm?~Aquin.: SMT FS 34 2, 73 | aggravated by reason of its ~causing more harm. Because the harm 35 2, 73 | aggravated ~on account of its causing more harm.~Aquin.: SMT FS 36 2, 73 | were aggravated through causing more harm, it would follow 37 2, 73 | grievous on account of its causing a greater harm, it would 38 2, 73 | grievous ~on account of its causing a greater harm.~Aquin.: 39 2, 75 | resulting negation: thus fire by causing heat ~in virtue of its principal 40 2, 75 | will fit in with one sin ~causing another. Because the end 41 2, 78 | follows that sin goes on causing sin indefinitely, which 42 2, 81 | certain special manner of causing sin, by way of ~origin. 43 2, 88 | said to be mortal, through causing an ~irreparable defect consisting 44 2, 88 | is called ~mortal through causing the spiritual death of the 45 2, 100 | first and properly the ~causing of justice; while secondarily 46 2, 100 | could not justify man by causing justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS 47 2, 102 | through a corrupt humor causing ~putrefaction and corruption 48 2, 109 | inspirations is inwardly causing to will," as Augustine says ( 49 2, 113 | and ~customary order of causing an effect, as when a sick 50 2, 6 | act of sin, through God causing him thus to desist, without 51 2, 22 | the act of charity, and causing it ~to act with ease and 52 2, 23 | God's work, even as the ~causing of it, according to 2 Cor. 53 2, 23 | for the increase, without causing any actual increase, ~and 54 2, 62 | without any intention ~of causing her death. Therefore one 55 2, 63 | this ~striking or anything causing a sense of pain is opposed. 56 2, 74 | punishment is spoken, either by causing it in the form ~of a command, 57 2, 81 | continued any longer without ~causing weariness, it should be 58 2, 81 | A[13]) prayer, besides causing spiritual ~consolation at 59 2, 92 | expressly to that sin by causing it, or ~through being an 60 2, 94 | 2) Of observances for causing alterations in certain bodies;~( 61 2, 94 | simply for the purpose of causing certain effects such as ~ 62 2, 150 | resolution of the semen, causing ~sensible pleasure. The 63 2, 151 | by his words, for through causing ~blindness of mind, lust 64 2, 152 | takes its name from ~its causing corruption: wherefore he 65 2, 160 | that which is the ~first in causing sins is the last in the 66 2, 178 | the contemplative ~life by causing peace and cleanness of heart.~ 67 3, 6 | each thing immediately, by causing ~and preserving it, and 68 3, 7 | far as it became Him, by causing to ~be distributed to the 69 3, 7 | one of which is an evil causing terror; the other is that 70 3, 8 | were beneficial, i.e. by causing ~grace in us, both meritoriously 71 3, 18 | which the Holy ~Spirit was causing in His mind, He willed the 72 3, 62 | any power in them for the causing of grace?~(5) Whether the 73 3, 62 | the sacraments a power of causing grace?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 74 3, 62 | the sacraments a power of causing ~grace. For the power of 75 3, 62 | grace. For the power of causing grace is a spiritual power. 76 3, 62 | sacraments ~there is no power of causing grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 77 3, 62 | sacraments ~there is no power of causing grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 78 3, 62 | sacraments there is no power for causing grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 79 3, 62 | that ~there is no power of causing grace in the sacraments.~ 80 3, 62 | the sacraments is in the ~causing of grace which is the principle 81 3, 62 | above (A[1]) a sacrament in causing grace works ~after the manner 82 3, 62 | subsequent in point of time, from causing ~movement, even before it 83 3, 62 | come into existence after causing movement, as ~does the final 84 3, 64 | the principal agent in causing the inward effect is that ~ 85 3, 78 | there any created power for causing the transubstantiation, 86 Suppl, 3 | than the sin itself, as causing this hurt ~(since what is 87 Suppl, 18| remission of guilt, ~not as causing that remission, but as disposing 88 Suppl, 18| signifying the Divine operation ~causing then and there the remission 89 Suppl, 29| purpose of ~signifying or causing one thing, because a sacrament 90 Suppl, 40| are called schismatics as causing ~a division in the unity 91 Suppl, 46| has some effect, not by causing a new obligation, ~but confirming 92 Suppl, 49| of its ~rectitude, but as causing in it that rectitude which 93 Suppl, 49| by virtue of the reason causing the right direction; and 94 Suppl, 51| Just as error, through causing involuntariness, is an ~ 95 Suppl, 65| children of several women, by causing them ~to be pregnant. Therefore 96 Suppl, 66| is the principal kind in causing irregularity.~Aquin.: SMT 97 Suppl, 72| but also the faculty of causing goodness in others. Even ~ 98 Suppl, 72| only for the purpose of ~causing generation in these lower 99 Suppl, 73| the generative principles causing whiteness ~in the begotten. 100 Suppl, 77| of ~hair that was a part causing growth of the body; wherefore 101 Suppl, 93| in things directed to the causing ~of death, since they are 102 Suppl, 95| them which are capable of causing them sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT


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