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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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patient

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1 1, 23 | Preparation is twofold: of the patient in respect to ~passion and 2 1, 44 | of the agent and of the patient considered as such ~is the 3 1, 44 | to produce, and which the patient intends to ~receive, are 4 1, 44 | however, are both agent and ~patient at the same time: these 5 1, 44 | nature is both agent and patient. But this does not belong 6 1, 48 | action of the agent in the ~patient. And if the tempted is changed 7 1, 57 | beforehand the health of the patient. This manner of knowing 8 1, 45 | of the agent and of the patient considered as such ~is the 9 1, 45 | to produce, and which the patient intends to ~receive, are 10 1, 45 | however, are both agent and ~patient at the same time: these 11 1, 45 | nature is both agent and patient. But this does not belong 12 1, 49 | action of the agent in the ~patient. And if the tempted is changed 13 1, 58 | beforehand the health of the patient. This manner of knowing 14 1, 78 | agent is nobler than the patient," as Augustine ~(Gen. ad 15 1, 78 | agent is nobler than the patient, if the action and the ~ 16 1, 78 | agent is received into the patient ~according to the nature 17 1, 78 | according to the nature of the patient. But the passive intellect 18 1, 78 | OBJ 3: Further, agent and patient suffice for action. If, 19 1, 78 | agent is more noble than the patient." ~Now the passive intellect 20 1, 81 | agent is nobler than the patient," as Augustine says (Gen. 21 1, 83 | agent is more noble than the patient," as he says (De Gener. 22 1, 83 | agent is more noble than the patient." And without doubt, according ~ 23 1, 91 | more honorable than the patient," as ~Augustine says (Gen. 24 1, 106 | agent is ordered to the patient, and in ~human speech the 25 1, 114 | self from the ~agent to the patient; thus Democritus explained 26 1, 114 | agent is superior to the patient," as Augustine ~says (Gen. 27 1, 118 | because such agents are also patient. Therefore the transforming ~ 28 2, 3 | agent, but rather of the patient, as is ~stated in the same 29 2, 6 | simply: for ~although the patient does nothing by way of action, 30 2, 22 | passion" ~implies that the patient is drawn to that which belongs 31 2, 22 | on the passibility of the patient: because things that ~are 32 2, 23 | fashion, either draws the patient ~to itself, or repels it 33 2, 23 | does ~three things in the patient. Because, in the first place, 34 2, 23 | first place, it gives the ~patient an inclination or aptitude 35 2, 26 | effect of the agent on the patient. Now a ~natural agent produces 36 2, 26 | a twofold effect on the patient: for in the first ~place 37 2, 59 | is not ~passionate; but a patient man is one who is passionate 38 2, 65 | 13:4, seqq.: "Charity is ~patient, is kind," etc. Therefore 39 2, 66 | Hence whoever is brave is patient; ~but the converse does 40 2, 85 | because that which is ~patient is a potential being, while 41 2, 102 | and ~austere of life and patient in adversity, betokened 42 2, 22 | 1 Cor. 13:4: "Charity is patient, is kind," etc.; indeed 43 2, 43 | not only learns, but is patient of, Divine things."~Aquin.: 44 2, 57 | cannot be both agent and patient, as stated in Phys. iii, 45 2, 57 | of the will of agent ~and patient, as stated above (A[2]). 46 2, 85 | receiver, even as agent and ~patient, on account of different 47 2, 106 | It is praiseworthy to be ~patient under our own wrongs, but 48 2, 134 | properly speaking ~those are patient who would rather bear evils 49 2, 134 | must refuse to call them patient."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 50 2, 134 | and this is to be truly patient. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 51 2, 134 | Now this is to be truly patient. ~Therefore it seems that 52 2, 134 | and this is to be truly patient.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 53 2, 134 | Cor. 13:4, "Charity is patient."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 54 2, 134 | for a man is said to be patient, not ~because he does not 55 2, 134 | it is praiseworthy to be patient under our own ~wrongs, but 56 2, 134 | 4): "The Most High is a ~patient rewarder." Therefore it 57 2, 152 | with nature that agent and patient ~should be distinct from 58 2, 160 | worse disease, allows the patient to ~contract one that is 59 2, 182 | more excellent than the patient." Now in the genus of perfection ~ 60 2, 184 | Cor. 13:4, ~"Charity is patient, is kind," etc. Hence the 61 3, 2 | differently to the agent and the patient, and ~to different termini. 62 3, 8 | agent is nobler than the patient, as ~Augustine says (Gen. 63 3, 15 | agent ~is greater than the patient," as is clear from Augustine ( 64 3, 32 | the agent and that ~of the patient. Wherefore it follows that 65 3, 62 | more excellent than the patient," as Augustine says (Gen. ~ 66 3, 62 | act passing from agent ~to patient.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[62] A[ 67 3, 68 | baptized is, ~as it were, "patient" in the sacrament. But an 68 3, 68 | not ~on the part of the patient but on the part of the agent. 69 3, 86 | gracious and merciful, patient, and rich ~in mercy, and 70 Suppl, 8 | as a physician but as a patient.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[4] 71 Suppl, 12| voluntariness not in the patient ~but in the agent, for it 72 Suppl, 12| wreaks vengeance is the patient and not the agent as regards ~ 73 Suppl, 12| indifferently, whether the patient be the same ~subject as 74 Suppl, 47| of ~which is without, the patient concurring not at all." 75 Suppl, 58| and the female is the ~patient, wherefore greater calidity 76 Suppl, 64| is more ~noble than the patient. But in the marriage act 77 Suppl, 64| as agent ~and the wife as patient. Therefore they are not 78 Suppl, 64| same proportion between patient and passivity as between 79 Suppl, 65| the female as agent to ~patient, and as the craftsman is 80 Suppl, 70| that which ~is agent or patient. Hence the Philosopher says ( 81 Suppl, 70| more excellent than the patient." But it is impossible for 82 Suppl, 70| Further, whatsoever is patient receives something from 83 Suppl, 70| than between ~agent and patient. Now the diversity of spiritual 84 Suppl, 70| the action ~whereby the patient is changed into the nature 85 Suppl, 71| thus proceeds to anoint the patient, so whoever strives for ~ 86 Suppl, 79| this is that ~whatever is patient is drawn to the bounds of 87 Suppl, 79| the agent ~assimilates the patient to itself, so that, therefore, 88 Suppl, 79| so that, therefore, the patient as ~such is drawn beyond 89 Suppl, 79| the agent overcoming the ~patient, else it would not draw 90 Suppl, 79| impossible for agent to overcome patient except through the weakening 91 Suppl, 79| hold which the form of the patient has over its matter, if 92 Suppl, 81| mover and ~moved, agent and patient, as such, are opposed to 93 Suppl, 83| every agent likens the patient to itself. If then the ~ 94 Suppl, 83| something, and are in a manner patient to sensation, will ~nevertheless 95 Suppl, 83| the passion whereby the ~patient is changed from its natural 96 Suppl, 83| likeness of the agent is in the patient in two ways. ~First, in 97 Suppl, 83| spiritually is received into the patient ~materially: thus the form 98 Suppl, 83| but is received ~into the patient spiritually: thus whiteness


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