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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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influence

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | causes to the universal influence of the ~first heaven. Since, 2 1, 21 | even greater force; as ~the influence of the first cause is more 3 1, 66 | necessarily exercise ~some influence on bodies below it. But 4 1, 66 | ordained end, does not ~influence inferior bodies of another 5 1, 66 | more probable that it ~does influence bodies that are moved, though 6 1, 66 | Infra, Q[112], A[3]], influence ~those of lower degree who 7 1, 66 | it may ~be said that the influence of the empyrean upon that 8 1, 70 | their dimensions as to their influence and power. For ~though the 9 1, 70 | bulk than the moon, yet the influence of ~the moon is more perceptible 10 1, 70 | are moved by the direct influence and ~contact of some spiritual 11 1, 71 | formative power of is the ~influence of the heavenly bodies. 12 1, 71 | the power of seed ~or the influence of the stars.~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 67 | necessarily exercise ~some influence on bodies below it. But 14 1, 67 | ordained end, does not ~influence inferior bodies of another 15 1, 67 | more probable that it ~does influence bodies that are moved, though 16 1, 67 | Infra, Q[112], A[3]], influence ~those of lower degree who 17 1, 67 | it may ~be said that the influence of the empyrean upon that 18 1, 71 | their dimensions as to their influence and power. For ~though the 19 1, 71 | bulk than the moon, yet the influence of ~the moon is more perceptible 20 1, 71 | are moved by the direct influence and ~contact of some spiritual 21 1, 71 | formative power of is the ~influence of the heavenly bodies. 22 1, 71 | the power of seed ~or the influence of the stars.~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 83 | intelligible species through the influence of only certain separate ~ 24 1, 85 | future events; or, by the influence of ~demons, when the imagination 25 1, 85 | clear that superior bodies influence ~inferior bodies. Hence, 26 1, 85 | of corporeal organs, the influence of the heavenly bodies causes 27 1, 85 | imagination ~follows entirely the influence of the heavenly bodies. 28 1, 87 | subject to such a ~corrupting influence from its object, as is stated 29 1, 88 | intellective power by the influence of the Divine ~light, which 30 1, 88 | species arising from the influence of the Divine ~light, shared 31 1, 88 | species, received from the influence of ~the Divine light. Nevertheless, 32 1, 88 | will possess knowledge by influence of ~the Divine light. Supposing, 33 1, 91 | plants and animals by the influence of the heavenly bodies, 34 1, 91 | even from some external influence; such as ~that of a south 35 1, 101 | the moon is said to ~have influence on such changes. But in 36 1, 103 | of a creature, ~given the influence of the Divine action; just 37 1, 103 | God, Who can withdraw His influence, than in the form ~or matter 38 1, 103 | cessation of the Divine influence: as neither can He make 39 1, 103 | air is by the continual ~influence of the sun.~Aquin.: SMT 40 1, 104 | for it is owing to the influence of a ~heavenly body, on 41 1, 106 | nor local distance has any influence whatever. ~Hence in the 42 1, 109 | the water, but from the ~influence of the moon; and much more 43 1, 114 | demons are subject to their influence?~(6) Whether the heavenly 44 1, 114 | which ~are subject to their influence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 45 1, 114 | can be changed, ~has less influence on the will, which is the 46 2, 9 | particular ~power, it has great influence in disposing man so that 47 2, 9 | heavenly bodies have an influence on the ~human will, in the 48 2, 9 | is somewhat due to the influence of ~heavenly bodies; also, 49 2, 9 | appetite is stirred by ~the influence of heavenly bodies; and 50 2, 9 | passion, ~by reason of the influence of heavenly bodies, just 51 2, 10 | for the passion. Now this influence of a ~passion on man occurs 52 2, 61 | magnanimity has a great influence on all the virtues" (Ethic. ~ 53 2, 66 | Magnanimity has a great influence on every virtue," as ~stated 54 2, 77 | really ~good, it does not influence the reason against its knowledge; 55 2, 91 | God, he fell under the ~influence of his sensual impulses: 56 2, 25 | to the effect is one of influence and care. Hence ~the duty 57 2, 45 | even as the sun has an influence over all bodies.~Aquin.: 58 2, 81 | through the compelling ~influence of the stars, or on account 59 2, 94 | their species through the influence of the heavenly ~bodies. 60 2, 94 | they acquire through the influence of heavenly ~bodies; wherefore 61 2, 94 | wherefore through this same influence they acquire certain active ~ 62 2, 94 | accrues to them from the ~influence of heavenly bodies, in so 63 2, 160 | considered as having a certain ~influence towards other sins. In this 64 2, 160 | essence but by a kind of influence, in so far as all sins may 65 2, 160 | secondly, as having ~a general influence towards all sins. Now the 66 2, 160 | consideration its general influence towards all vices, as explained 67 2, 170 | more adapted to receive the influence of spiritual substances ~[* 68 2, 178 | consideration of truth, "has ~little influence on the moral virtues": wherefore 69 2, 184 | by riches, by political ~influence, as it were by instruments." 70 3, 7 | does it partake of its influence. Now the influx of grace 71 3, 8 | heart has a certain hidden influence. And hence ~the Holy Ghost 72 3, 8 | Christ had the power of "influence," inasmuch as it is united ~ 73 3, 8 | than angels; and of His ~influence not only men but even angels 74 3, 8 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ's influence over men is chiefly with 75 3, 8 | by a certain intrinsic influence, inasmuch as motive and 76 3, 8 | power of justifying; but the influence over the ~members of the 77 3, 8 | regards both, i.e. by interior influence and ~exterior governance, 78 3, 8 | Although the devil does not influence the rational mind ~interiorly, 79 3, 8 | Further, the head has an influence over the members. But ~Anti-christ 80 3, 8 | But ~Anti-christ has no influence over the wicked who have 81 3, 8 | wicked not by ~a likeness of influence, but by a likeness of perfection. 82 3, 12 | knowledge of things by the ~influence of the Word, as Augustine 83 3, 22 | communicate it to others. For the influence of the first agent ~in every 84 3, 26 | England, where, ~owing to the influence of St. Anselm (1109), the 85 3, 35 | would be ascribed to the influence of her citizens. If He had 86 3, Note| Everywhere it reveals the influence of him whom St. ~Thomas 87 3, Note| called the Master. But that influence was not to be always ~supreme. 88 Suppl, 8 | heretic, or a man of evil influence, or weak and prone to the 89 Suppl, 47| disgrace is not reckoned to influence a ~constant man, because, 90 Suppl, 47| does any other kind of fear influence a constant man.~Aquin.: 91 Suppl, 47| shipwreck. Therefore fear can influence a constant man.~Aquin.: 92 Suppl, 47| disgrace is not reckoned to influence a constant man ~according 93 Suppl, 65| caused by the impress and influence of a higher principle, namely ~ 94 Suppl, 72| it ~is susceptive of the influence of the principal agent as 95 Suppl, 73| Yet he will act under the influence of the ~Virtues and the 96 Suppl, 74| requisite in order that it have ~influence over the members) than one 97 Suppl, 75| which was sustained by the influence of ~that movement. Now such 98 Suppl, 79| account of the powerful influence of the imagination) have 99 Suppl, 79| distance exercise their influence in all ~directions: so that 100 Suppl, 85| account of its refreshing influence indicates the ~mercy of


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