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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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flow

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | all desired perfections flow ~from Him as from the first 2 1, 6 | cause. They do not, however, flow from Him as ~from a univocal 3 1, 7 | considered that things flow forth infinitely from the 4 1, 10 | fact that we apprehend the flow of the "now," so the ~apprehension 5 1, 10 | movement. Likewise ~the flow of the "now" as alternating 6 1, 13 | from the perfections which flow from Him to creatures, which ~ 7 1, 13 | because these perfections flow ~from God to creatures; 8 1, 58 | primordial principle; and this flow is ~terminated in the being 9 1, 59 | mind that, since all things flow ~from the Divine will, all 10 1, 69 | movement. But ~the waters flow naturally, and take their 11 1, 69 | their goal, into which they ~flow by channels hidden or apparent, 12 1, 76 | notions or intentions, which flow ~from our manner of understanding, 13 1, 77 | 6) Whether the powers flow from the essence of the 14 1, 77 | Whether the powers of the soul flow from its essence?~Aquin.: 15 1, 77 | powers of the soul do not flow from its ~essence. For different 16 1, 77 | powers of the soul do not flow from its essence.~Aquin.: 17 1, 77 | alone, or the composite, ~flow from the essence of the 18 1, 59 | primordial principle; and this flow is ~terminated in the being 19 1, 60 | mind that, since all things flow ~from the Divine will, all 20 1, 70 | movement. But ~the waters flow naturally, and take their 21 1, 70 | their goal, into which they ~flow by channels hidden or apparent, 22 1, 75 | notions or intentions, which flow ~from our manner of understanding, 23 1, 76 | 6) Whether the powers flow from the essence of the 24 1, 76 | Whether the powers of the soul flow from its essence?~Aquin.: 25 1, 76 | powers of the soul do not flow from its ~essence. For different 26 1, 76 | powers of the soul do not flow from its essence.~Aquin.: 27 1, 76 | alone, or the composite, ~flow from the essence of the 28 1, 78 | intelligible species may thence flow again ~into our passive 29 1, 78 | lower reason is said to flow from the higher, or to be ~ 30 1, 83 | him, intelligible species ~flow into our souls, and sensible 31 1, 104 | is clear in the ebb and flow of the tide, which ~is not 32 1, 109 | for instance, the ebb and flow of the sea ~does not follow 33 2, 1 | to which it is proper to flow ~forth into its effects 34 2, 1 | a certain measure to the flow of good things from the 35 2, 19 | so does ~our knowledge flow from the Divine knowledge. 36 2, 68 | Fount of life, seems to flow more abundantly in those ~ 37 2, 73 | that the virtues, which flow from ~the love of God, are 38 2, 85 | and the properties that ~flow from them, such as the powers 39 2, 94 | natural law, inasmuch as they flow from one first precept.~ 40 2, 95 | But those ~things which flow as conclusions from the 41 2, 102 | women suffering from a flow of blood, ~whether from 42 2, 102 | if they suffered from a flow of seed, whether due to 43 2, 102 | woman suffering from a ~flow of blood denotes the uncleanness 44 2, 102 | the eyes is caused by a flow of ~matter. He is also rejected 45 2, 110 | powers are ~moved to act, flow into the powers of the soul 46 2, 110 | these powers ~naturally flow.~ 47 2, 114 | God, the first act must flow from ~grace; and thus it 48 2, 2 | round the centre by ebb and flow. In like ~manner the planets 49 2, 16 | obtain happiness, does not flow from our merits, but ~from 50 2, 16 | movements of the appetite flow from love, as stated above ( 51 2, 25 | nature, for both inclinations flow from ~Divine wisdom. Now 52 2, 98 | spiritual things, ~since they flow from the gratuitous will 53 2, 98 | spiritual, because they flow from spiritual grace and 54 2, 150 | those who are subject to a ~flow of semen. In such cases 55 2, 174 | OBJ 3: Further, all graces flow from Christ to His body, 56 3, 1 | suffer sensibly in this life flow from original sin. ~And 57 3, 7 | as the powers of the soul flow from its essence, so do 58 3, 7 | essence, so do the ~virtues flow from grace. Now the more 59 3, 7 | grace. ~For the virtues flow from grace, as was said 60 3, 8 | motive and sensitive force ~flow from the head to the other 61 3, 11 | resurrection glory will ~flow from the soul to the body. 62 3, 14 | in the soul, and ~did not flow into the body; but the flesh 63 3, 14 | nature and will, since these flow from an internal principle. 64 3, 14 | assumed those defects which flow from the ~common sin of 65 3, 14 | Some ~other defects do not flow from the whole of human 66 3, 31 | the ~menstrual blood, the flow of which is subject to monthly 67 3, 39 | that against the downward flow of the waters the river 68 3, 54 | in ~some churches did not flow from Christ's side, but 69 3, 60 | sacraments of the New Law, ~which flow from Christ Himself, and 70 3, 62 | just as the soul's powers ~flow from its essence, so from 71 3, 62 | essence, so from grace there flow certain perfections into ~ 72 3, 64 | Church that grace ~should flow from Him to others, according 73 3, 72 | of the Holy Ghost was to flow forth ~to others. Again, 74 3, 74 | is natural for blood to flow from a wounded human body. ~ 75 3, 79 | bread; "and many grapes flow into one thing," viz. wine. 76 3, 80 | for, just as blood can flow without sin, so also can ~ 77 3, 83 | distribution of the graces which flow from Christ's Passion, ~ 78 3, 89 | from which all ~the virtues flow together, according to Wis. 79 3, 89 | all the gratuitous virtues flow from grace, even as ~all 80 3, 89 | applies to the virtues, which ~flow from grace.~Aquin.: SMT 81 Suppl, 3 | it is that bodily tears flow more quickly from sensible ~ 82 Suppl, 26| For a stream can no longer flow if cut off from its source. ~ 83 Suppl, 37| even the other ~sacraments flow from that which is contained 84 Suppl, 64| Accordingly if the menstrual flow be ~unnatural it is not 85 Suppl, 70| perfect the organs ~may flow from the essence of the 86 Suppl, 70| which these mean powers ~flow from the essence of the 87 Suppl, 72| cease (such as the ebb ~and flow of the sea, and the disturbances 88 Suppl, 77| therein it may ebb ~and flow. And thus the nutrimental 89 Suppl, 77| humor is ~subject to ebb and flow the restoration will be 90 Suppl, 77| indifferent to ebb and flow: so that we are to understand 91 Suppl, 77| the parts of the people flow back and ~forth materially, 92 Suppl, 77| position, all the parts flow back and forth as to their 93 Suppl, 77| neither does the ebb and flow of parts.~Aquin.: SMT XP 94 Suppl, 77| in the body but ~ebb and flow, as stated in De Gener. 95 Suppl, 77| which remain not but ebb and flow, rise again, either the 96 Suppl, 81| glorified soul there will flow into the body a certain ~


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