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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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formally

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | can be spoken of as evil, formally as being, but ~only so far 2 1, 5 | of as good, not as though formally constituted so by something 3 1, 5 | something else, but ~as formally constituting others good: 4 1, 6 | belonging to it, which is formally its own goodness, ~whereby 5 1, 13 | predicates are to be taken formally, and subjects materially." 6 1, 14 | what is operable by Him, formally as ~such, and not only in 7 1, 23 | Some have said ~that it was formally, but not materially certain; 8 1, 23 | predestined is certain, not only formally, ~but also materially. It 9 1, 28 | in creatures, relations formally as such, in that aspect ~ 10 1, 31 | predicate, which is taken formally, for it refers to the ~" 11 1, 37 | the Father and the Son ~formally love each other. Others, 12 1, 42 | of nature and reason, if formally considered as ~principle. 13 1, 44 | is only in ~potentiality, formally considered in itself. Therefore 14 1, 48 | threefold sense. In one way, ~formally, as when we say that whiteness 15 1, 51 | alive." But to give life formally belongs to a substance which 16 1, 62 | cannot help clinging to good, formally as good; ~because the will 17 1, 37 | the Father and the Son ~formally love each other. Others, 18 1, 42 | of nature and reason, if formally considered as ~principle. 19 1, 45 | is only in ~potentiality, formally considered in itself. Therefore 20 1, 49 | threefold sense. In one way, ~formally, as when we say that whiteness 21 1, 52 | alive." But to give life formally belongs to a substance which 22 1, 63 | cannot help clinging to good, formally as good; ~because the will 23 1, 78 | through some ~principle formally inherent therein; as we 24 1, 87 | substance, we could not formally understand by ~its instrumentality, 25 1, 88 | act resides chiefly and formally in the intellect itself, ~ 26 1, 109 | surprising for the body to be formally changed by the soul's concept; ~ 27 2, 7 | thing ~is never qualified, formally speaking, by that which 28 2, 11 | in which power delight is formally completed.~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 13 | an act of fortitude, but formally, an act ~of charity. Now 30 2, 13 | an act of the will, but formally an act of ~the reason. Now 31 2, 18 | human act is considered formally with regard to the end, 32 2, 19 | Divine and universal good, formally. Therefore the ~human will 33 2, 19 | to that which ~is willed formally, for it is bound to will 34 2, 19 | in all things not ~only formally, but also materially.~Aquin.: 35 2, 19 | from the object considered formally, rather than from the ~object 36 2, 28 | second union is caused "formally" by ~love; because love 37 2, 28 | effects of ~love considered formally, according to the relation 38 2, 72 | which are nevertheless ~formally in the same species of sin, 39 2, 82 | privation of original justice, formally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[82] A[ 40 2, 85 | subject, but it ~acts on it formally, in the same sense as when 41 2, 95 | force, seem to differ not ~formally but only materially. But " 42 2, 111 | pleasing, not efficiently but ~formally, i.e. because thereby a 43 2, 111 | the soul efficiently, but formally, as whiteness makes a ~surface 44 2, 9 | cognitive habit regards ~formally the mean through which things 45 2, 9 | knowledge," to ~which it belongs formally, rather than to "wisdom," 46 2, 10 | that, Every sin consists formally in aversion from God, as ~ 47 2, 22 | goodness ~whereby we are formally good is a participation 48 2, 22 | the wisdom whereby we are formally wise, is a share of Divine 49 2, 22 | too, the charity whereby formally we love our neighbor is 50 2, 22 | the body by the soul: but formally charity is the life of the ~ 51 2, 22 | Reply OBJ 3: Charity works formally. Now the efficacy of a form 52 2, 26 | wit, by ~his virtue he is formally good and therefore lovable; 53 2, 30 | being ~an act of justice formally, and thus an act of justice 54 2, 30 | charity, but to give ~alms formally, i.e. for God's sake, with 55 2, 32 | hatred is caused by envy formally as regards ~the aspect of 56 2, 45 | that is good, ~secondly, formally, under the aspect of good. 57 2, 45 | only materially, but ~also formally, in other words, they consider 58 2, 57 | temperate either materially or formally. In like manner neither 59 2, 57 | does an injustice, not formally but only ~materially.~Aquin.: 60 2, 70 | railing or reviling not formally and essentially, but accidentally 61 2, 71 | backbiting strictly and formally speaking, ~but only materially 62 2, 77 | But if we consider it formally, namely under its special 63 2, 96 | be materially false, but formally true, as related to the 64 2, 96 | false both materially ~and formally. If that which is true be 65 2, 96 | be ~materially true, and formally false. Hence in each of 66 2, 97 | he commits a sacrilege formally; although ~his act contains 67 2, 97 | sacrilege or a blasphemy." But formally and properly ~speaking a 68 2, 102 | proper sense, as considering ~formally and intentionally the aspect 69 2, 103 | materially, and belongs formally to another species of sin.~ 70 2, 104 | materially in the thing done, but formally and chiefly in the will. 71 2, 108 | what is said is false, ~formally, on account of the will 72 2, 108 | false materially, but not formally, because ~the falseness 73 2, 108 | hand, one utters' falsehood formally, through having the will 74 2, 108 | that ~lying is directly an formally opposed to the virtue of 75 2, 108 | according to what is in it formally and ~essentially rather 76 3, 2 | united to the body, and formally perfects it, so that one 77 3, 2 | just as everything is formally by its form, so likewise 78 3, 8 | personal grace ~which is formally to sanctify its subject, 79 3, 16 | the predicate it is taken formally, i.e. for ~the nature signified. 80 3, 16 | the subject is not taken formally so as to ~signify the nature, 81 3, 16 | predicate, which is taken formally, for it is the same to ~ 82 3, 17 | the ~predicate are taken formally. But if anything is added 83 3, 50 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The soul formally possesses the life-giving 84 3, 50 | it is present, and united formally, the body must ~necessarily 85 3, 50 | the life-giving ~energy formally, but effectively; because 86 3, 73 | is materially many, but formally and perfectively one.~Aquin.: 87 3, 73 | materially several signs, yet ~formally and perfectively one, inasmuch 88 3, 85 | Every special virtue removes formally the habit of the ~opposite 89 3, 87 | sacrament of Penance, which is formally ~perfected by the priestly 90 Suppl, 12| said to belong to a virtue formally, because ~its very name 91 Suppl, 12| observance of a mean is formally an act of virtue. And since 92 Suppl, 12| that satisfaction also is formally an act of virtue.~Aquin.: 93 Suppl, 12| evident that ~satisfaction is formally an act of justice. Now the 94 Suppl, 44| bond by which they are tied formally, not ~effectively, and so 95 Suppl, 49| succeed it, nevertheless formally ~speaking it is everlasting, 96 Suppl, 49| Hence it is everlasting formally, inasmuch ~as an act takes 97 Suppl, 71| their joy is also ~increased formally, but only materially, because 98 Suppl, 71| every passion is ~increased formally in respect of the formal 99 Suppl, 77| forth materially, but remain formally, since these others occupy


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