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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | whole science is contained virtually in its principles. Some, ~ 2 1, 4 | that the effect pre-exists virtually in the efficient cause: 3 1, 4 | perfect; still to pre-exist virtually in the efficient cause is ~ 4 1, 14 | period of time; and He is virtually the cause of ~others, that 5 1, 15 | practical knowledge, except virtually, of things ~which neither 6 1, 19 | nature ~of being and truth virtually exists in God, though it 7 1, 19 | Himself, in Whom all good virtually ~exists.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 52 | an incorporeal substance ~virtually contains the thing with 9 1, 58 | at once grasp all that is virtually contained in ~it. And this 10 1, 66 | and contain these others virtually in themselves. For ~potentiality 11 1, 69 | had ~been produced, either virtually or actually. But they were 12 1, 70 | actually, and not merely virtually, for ~the firmament has 13 1, 71 | some holy writers say, or ~virtually, as Augustine teaches. Not 14 1, 75 | because It is infinite, virtually "precontaining all things," 15 1, 76 | intellectual soul contains virtually whatever belongs to the 16 1, 76 | intellectual soul contains virtually what belongs to the sensitive 17 1, 76 | and that the soul, as it virtually ~contains the sensitive 18 1, 76 | nutritive souls, so does it virtually contain ~all inferior forms, 19 1, 76 | body, not ~actually but virtually. For the proper qualities 20 1, 76 | the more ~perfect form virtually contains whatever belongs 21 1, 76 | unchangeable), but only ~virtually: and lastly, because the 22 1, 77 | actually; but they remain virtually in the ~soul, as in their 23 1, 77 | powers, not actually but ~virtually.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 24 1, 53 | an incorporeal substance ~virtually contains the thing with 25 1, 59 | at once grasp all that is virtually contained in ~it. And this 26 1, 67 | and contain these others virtually in themselves. For ~potentiality 27 1, 70 | had ~been produced, either virtually or actually. But they were 28 1, 71 | actually, and not merely virtually, for ~the firmament has 29 1, 71 | some holy writers say, or ~virtually, as Augustine teaches. Not 30 1, 74 | because It is infinite, virtually "precontaining all things," 31 1, 75 | intellectual soul contains virtually whatever belongs to the 32 1, 75 | intellectual soul contains virtually what belongs to the sensitive 33 1, 75 | and that the soul, as it virtually ~contains the sensitive 34 1, 75 | nutritive souls, so does it virtually contain ~all inferior forms, 35 1, 75 | body, not ~actually but virtually. For the proper qualities 36 1, 75 | the more ~perfect form virtually contains whatever belongs 37 1, 75 | unchangeable), but only ~virtually: and lastly, because the 38 1, 76 | actually; but they remain virtually in the ~soul, as in their 39 1, 76 | powers, not actually but ~virtually.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 40 1, 78 | in which ~originally and virtually, all being pre-exists as 41 1, 83 | immaterially as effects ~pre-exist virtually in their cause. God alone, 42 1, 92 | and everything ~exists virtually in its principle, therefore, 43 1, 92 | habits, forasmuch as the acts virtually ~exist therein.~Aquin.: 44 1, 93 | And such are whatever ~are virtually contained in the first self-evident 45 1, 104| fire. Secondly, by being virtually contained in the cause; 46 1, 104| the ~form of the effect is virtually contained in its cause: 47 1, 116| angels, not actually, but virtually; forasmuch as they have 48 1, 116| seed ~of a great tree is virtually greater than a small tree, 49 1, 116| matter and form ~pre-exist virtually, as in the primordial cause 50 1, 117| part of the soul, ~save virtually; thus the form of a bed 51 2, 3 | since the entire science is ~virtually contained in its principles. 52 2, 17 | life; and the ~principle is virtually the whole. For the heart 53 2, 17 | seminal virtue, ~which is virtually the entire animal. Consequently 54 2, 20 | For the effect pre-exists virtually in ~its cause. But the consequences 55 2, 20 | Therefore they pre-exist virtually in actions. Now a thing 56 2, 35 | itself to the genus, and virtually ~contained therein: thus " 57 2, 54 | essence, it is ~multiple virtually, inasmuch as it extends 58 2, 71 | one. But a bad ~habit is virtually the cause of many bad acts. 59 2, 71 | a certain ~respect, i.e. virtually. Wherefore this does not 60 2, 72 | him that merits or acts ~virtually; whereas the punishment 61 2, 81 | yet human ~nature is there virtually accompanied by that guilt.~ 62 2, 82 | fact that all actual sins virtually pre-exist in original sin, ~ 63 2, 82 | principle so that it is virtually many; or by the fact of 64 2, 107| is in a place. Secondly, virtually; as an ~effect in its cause, 65 2, 107| contains the whole tree, ~virtually. It is in this way that 66 2, 107| contained in the lesser virtually; just ~as a tree is contained 67 2, 114| glory in act, is equal to it virtually as the seed of ~a tree, 68 2, 114| wherein the whole tree is virtually. So likewise by grace of 69 2, 4 | whole ~subsequent thing is virtually contained in the first beginning; 70 2, 4 | itself contained in ~them virtually. In this way then faith 71 2, 4 | of faith, which ~contains virtually all things to be hoped for. 72 2, 4 | genus ~contains the others virtually and is said to be the substance 73 2, 18 | the root is ~said to be virtually the tree, so the fear of 74 2, 42 | latter, the ~conclusions are virtually contained in the first principles. 75 2, 42 | to consider all that is virtually ~contained therein, it is 76 2, 42 | Hence ~the precepts of love virtually include the precepts about 77 2, 42 | therefore the ~positive precepts virtually include the negative precepts. 78 2, 56 | is said to be general ~"virtually"; thus a universal cause 79 2, 56 | essentially is nevertheless virtually ~general. Speaking in this 80 2, 60 | because to have a thing virtually is less than to have it 81 2, 60 | thing is to have it merely ~virtually or potentially, and so were 82 2, 60 | not actually but ~only virtually. In like manner he that 83 2, 60 | not yet ~actually but only virtually: and both may be hindered 84 2, 80 | motion of the mover is found ~virtually in the movements of the 85 2, 81 | continually, either actually or ~virtually, for the virtue of this 86 2, 86 | the effect is contained virtually in its cause. ~This is why 87 2, 116| contains, in a way, all things virtually. Hence it has a certain 88 2, 177| extremes, wherefore it is ~virtually contained in them, as tepid 89 2, 183| obligation of the vow remains virtually, so that if any ~person 90 3, 50 | s whole disposition lies virtually; just as the ~ruler of the 91 3, 88 | a subsequent sinful act virtually contains the ~debt of punishment 92 3, 88 | in so far as they are virtually contained in the subsequent ~ 93 3, 88 | reason of ~ingratitude, is virtually contained in the subsequent 94 3, 90 | to interior penance; yet, virtually, it belongs to exterior 95 3, 90 | foundation, in a way, contains virtually the ~whole building. In 96 3, 90 | way contrition includes virtually the whole of ~Penance.~Aquin.: 97 Suppl, 3| distinction of the sins remains ~virtually therein; or, at least, it 98 Suppl, 3| he who loves a community, virtually loves each one more ~or


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