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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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presupposed

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | nature of its object is presupposed. But this science cannot ~ 2 1, 39 | any other person is not ~presupposed since He is the "principle 3 1, 41 | without anything else whatever presupposed. So, ~were the Son to proceed 4 1, 45 | particular emanation, is not presupposed to that emanation; as when 5 1, 45 | that any ~being should be presupposed before this emanation. For 6 1, 45 | thing from which he makes is presupposed to his action, and is not 7 1, 45 | only act from something presupposed, it ~would follow that the 8 1, 45 | would follow that the thing presupposed would not be caused by Him. 9 1, 45 | OBJ 3: Further, what is presupposed in the second emanation 10 1, 45 | natural thing, ~which is presupposed in the operation of art. 11 1, 45 | God creating is what is presupposed to all other ~effects, and 12 1, 45 | creation is not ~from anything presupposed, which can be disposed by 13 1, 45 | anything, unless something is presupposed; which is against the very 14 1, 45 | produces something from no presupposed ~potentiality is infinite, 15 1, 45 | potentiality" and the potentiality presupposed by the power of a natural ~ 16 1, 45 | creation does not enter, but is presupposed ~to the work of nature.~ 17 1, 46 | necessary for some change to be presupposed, ~not even on account of 18 1, 46 | succeeding time, as if time were presupposed ~to His action; but He must 19 1, 47 | inequality ~of things is presupposed to the operation whereby 20 1, 65 | no diversity of ~merit is presupposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 21 1, 65 | anything, unless there is presupposed in the thing ~produced something 22 1, 65 | substance, nothing being presupposed ~either uncreated or created. 23 1, 65 | things, where nothing is presupposed as ~existing, is the work 24 1, 76 | predicate; as a surface is presupposed to color; so ~that if we 25 1, 76 | predication, if one soul be presupposed to the ~other. But both 26 1, 39 | any other person is not ~presupposed since He is the "principle 27 1, 41 | without anything else whatever presupposed. So, ~were the Son to proceed 28 1, 46 | particular emanation, is not presupposed to that emanation; as when 29 1, 46 | that any ~being should be presupposed before this emanation. For 30 1, 46 | from which he makes is ~presupposed to his action, and is not 31 1, 46 | only act from something presupposed, it ~would follow that the 32 1, 46 | would follow that the thing presupposed would not be caused by Him. 33 1, 46 | OBJ 3: Further, what is presupposed in the second emanation 34 1, 46 | natural thing, ~which is presupposed in the operation of art. 35 1, 46 | God creating is what is presupposed to all other ~effects, and 36 1, 46 | creation is not ~from anything presupposed, which can be disposed by 37 1, 46 | anything, unless something is presupposed; which is against the very 38 1, 46 | produces something from no presupposed ~potentiality is infinite, 39 1, 46 | potentiality" and the potentiality presupposed by the power of a natural ~ 40 1, 46 | creation does not enter, but is presupposed ~to the work of nature.~ 41 1, 47 | necessary for some change to be presupposed, ~not even on account of 42 1, 47 | succeeding time, as if time were presupposed ~to His action; but He must 43 1, 48 | inequality ~of things is presupposed to the operation whereby 44 1, 66 | no diversity of ~merit is presupposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 45 1, 66 | anything, unless there is presupposed in the thing ~produced something 46 1, 66 | substance, nothing being presupposed ~either uncreated or created. 47 1, 66 | things, where nothing is presupposed as ~existing, is the work 48 1, 75 | predicate; as a surface is presupposed to color; so ~that if we 49 1, 75 | predication, if one soul be presupposed to the ~other. But both 50 1, 103 | acts always on something presupposed. But ~after causing the 51 2, 14 | in question, but must be presupposed in every inquiry. ~Since 52 2, 18 | certain other condition be presupposed, from ~which the action 53 2, 23 | good, or to shun evil, is presupposed as arising from ~the concupiscible 54 2, 33 | appetite in a good that is presupposed. Secondly, as agent; not 55 2, 68 | consequently, these virtues are presupposed to the gifts, as being ~ 56 2, 78 | malice, and that something is presupposed; but this something is ~ 57 2, 92 | Therefore in ~man goodness is presupposed to the law. Therefore the 58 2, 100 | the precept about faith is presupposed to the ~precepts of the 59 2, 100 | decalogue, or are even presupposed to the decalogue, as stated 60 2, 109 | God, no further motion is presupposed since God is the First Mover. 61 2, 109 | help of ~grace. For what is presupposed to grace, takes place without 62 2, 109 | But ~to rise to sin is presupposed to the enlightenment of 63 2, 110 | pleasing to a man in another is presupposed to his love, but whatever ~ 64 2, 110 | certain disposition which is ~presupposed to the infused virtues, 65 2, 111 | merit, since nature is presupposed to merit. Therefore nature 66 2, 4 | virtues, unless faith be presupposed, as Augustine states (Contra ~ 67 2, 7 | If, ~however, faith be presupposed in reference to certain 68 2, 11 | to the end, the end being presupposed. Now, in matters of faith, ~ 69 2, 15 | that He is." Hence faith is presupposed to ~the precepts of the 70 2, 15 | spiritual ~life, wherefore it is presupposed before the receiving of 71 2, 15 | Even then Our Lord both presupposed something of faith, ~namely 72 2, 15 | faith in ~one God being presupposed, prohibitive precepts had 73 2, 15 | passage again that faith is presupposed whereby we ~believe that 74 2, 16 | through ~something else being presupposed, and in this way its object 75 2, 18 | good. Now natural fear ~is presupposed to moral good and evil, 76 2, 23 | the added charity must be presupposed as distinct from ~charity 77 2, 23 | the added charity ~were presupposed to be distinct specifically 78 2, 55 | between individuals being presupposed: for if a man gives ~himself 79 2, 186 | order, then this end being presupposed, a greater or lesser ~degree 80 3, 4 | what is assumed must be presupposed to the ~assumption, as what 81 3, 4 | what is moved locally is presupposed to the motion. Now a ~person 82 3, 4 | person in human nature is not presupposed to assumption; rather, it 83 3, 4 | AA[1],2). For if it were ~presupposed, it must either have been 84 3, 4 | of the assumption, but is presupposed to the assumption. Now it 85 3, 4 | if the suppositum were presupposed to the assumption, nevertheless 86 3, 6 | assumption, and the parts are presupposed ~to the assumption. Therefore 87 3, 46 | conveniently, except such end be presupposed. It was not necessary, ~ 88 3, 85 | something, viz. sin, be presupposed, as stated above (Q[55], 89 Suppl, 6 | the work of creation is ~presupposed to the work of nature. And 90 Suppl, 10| effect, ~unless contrition be presupposed; concerning which no man 91 Suppl, 35| its effect. But grace is ~presupposed in one who receives orders, 92 Suppl, 96| due to him, since being is presupposed ~to merit and demerit, nor


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