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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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actuality

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | something from ~potentiality to actuality. But nothing can be reduced 2 1, 2 | reduced from potentiality ~to actuality, except by something in 3 1, 2 | something in a state of actuality. Thus that ~which is actually 4 1, 2 | thing should be at once in actuality and potentiality in ~the 5 1, 3 | passes from potentiality to actuality, ~the potentiality is prior 6 1, 3 | is prior in time to the actuality; nevertheless, ~absolutely 7 1, 3 | nevertheless, ~absolutely speaking, actuality is prior to potentiality; 8 1, 3 | potentiality can be reduced into actuality only by some being in ~actuality. 9 1, 3 | actuality only by some being in ~actuality. Now it has been already 10 1, 3 | a ~distinct reality, as actuality to potentiality. Therefore, 11 1, 3 | the genus is derived, as ~actuality is related to potentiality. 12 1, 3 | is compared to sense, as actuality is to ~potentiality. The 13 1, 3 | things. Hence since ~in God actuality is not added to potentiality, 14 1, 3 | accidents as ~potentiality to actuality; for a subject is in some 15 1, 3 | must be potentiality and actuality; but this does not apply 16 1, 3 | absolutely ~posterior to actuality, as is clear from the foregoing ( 17 1, 4 | such, is in the state ~of actuality. Hence, the first active 18 1, 4 | proportion ~to its state of actuality, because we call that perfect 19 1, 4 | potentiality they are brought into ~actuality, this word "perfect" signifies 20 1, 4 | whatever is not wanting in ~actuality, whether this be by way 21 1, 4 | actual; for nothing ~has actuality except so far as it exists. 22 1, 5 | something actually is, and actuality properly correlates to potentiality; ~ 23 1, 5 | simply; but by any ~further actuality it is said to have being 24 1, 5 | viewed in its ~complete actuality, a thing is said to be relatively, 25 1, 5 | regarded in its primal actuality, a thing simply ~exists; 26 1, 5 | regarded in its complete actuality, it is good simply - in ~ 27 1, 5 | that even in its primal actuality, it is in some sort good, 28 1, 5 | and ~even in its complete actuality, it in some sort has being.~ 29 1, 5 | goodness signifies ~complete actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[1] 30 1, 5 | to a ~thing's superadded actuality, for example, as to knowledge 31 1, 5 | only inasmuch as it is in actuality. Hence, being is the proper 32 1, 5 | all being, as being, ~has actuality and is in some way perfect; 33 1, 7 | potentiality mixed with actuality. But magnitude is an ~actual 34 1, 12 | knowable according to its actuality. But God, ~whose being is 35 1, 14 | to the ~mode of its own actuality; since a thing is not known 36 1, 14 | but in so far as it is in actuality, as said in Metaph. ~ix. 37 1, 14 | knowing is as great as His actuality in ~existing; because it 38 1, 44 | acts in proportion to its actuality, it follows that everything ~ 39 1, 47 | understood itself as ~having actuality it produced the soul of 40 1, 48 | potentiality, and absolute actuality, as in the case of a transparent ~ 41 1, 48 | aptitude of a subject ~to some actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 42 1, 48 | matter is prepared for actuality; which the more they are 43 1, 48 | remitted as regards the ~actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 44 1, 53 | because energy implies actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 45 1, 54 | action is properly the ~actuality of a power; just as existence 46 1, 54 | just as existence is the actuality of a substance ~or of an 47 1, 54 | potentiality, to be its own ~actuality: because actuality is opposed 48 1, 54 | own ~actuality: because actuality is opposed to potentiality. 49 1, 61 | state of potentiality to actuality; ~but they have a cause 50 1, 75 | pass from ~potentiality to actuality, the mover gives what it 51 1, 75 | omitted to distinguish between actuality and potentiality; and so 52 1, 75 | potentiality is opposed to actuality. Now, whatsoever things 53 1, 75 | whatsoever things are in ~actuality participate of the First 54 1, 75 | potentiality ~is repugnant to actuality as being opposite thereto. 55 1, 75 | there is composition of ~actuality and potentiality, not, indeed, 56 1, 75 | determinate, in the same way as actuality is nobler than ~potentiality. 57 1, 77 | Hence it is clear that actuality is observed in the ~substantial 58 1, 77 | subject. On the other hand, ~actuality is observed in the subject 59 1, 77 | accidental form; wherefore the actuality of the ~accidental form 60 1, 77 | accidental form is caused by the actuality of the subject. So the ~ 61 1, 45 | acts in proportion to its actuality, it follows that everything ~ 62 1, 48 | understood itself as ~having actuality it produced the soul of 63 1, 49 | potentiality, and absolute actuality, as in the case of a transparent ~ 64 1, 49 | aptitude of a subject ~to some actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 65 1, 49 | matter is prepared for actuality; which the more they are 66 1, 49 | remitted as regards the ~actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 67 1, 54 | because energy implies actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 68 1, 55 | action is properly the ~actuality of a power; just as existence 69 1, 55 | just as existence is the actuality of a substance ~or of an 70 1, 55 | potentiality, to be its own ~actuality: because actuality is opposed 71 1, 55 | own ~actuality: because actuality is opposed to potentiality. 72 1, 62 | state of potentiality to actuality; ~but they have a cause 73 1, 74 | pass from ~potentiality to actuality, the mover gives what it 74 1, 74 | omitted to distinguish between actuality and potentiality; and so 75 1, 74 | potentiality is opposed to actuality. Now, whatsoever things 76 1, 74 | whatsoever things are in ~actuality participate of the First 77 1, 74 | potentiality ~is repugnant to actuality as being opposite thereto. 78 1, 74 | there is composition of ~actuality and potentiality, not, indeed, 79 1, 74 | determinate, in the same way as actuality is nobler than ~potentiality. 80 1, 76 | Hence it is clear that actuality is observed in the ~substantial 81 1, 76 | subject. On the other hand, ~actuality is observed in the subject 82 1, 76 | accidental form; wherefore the actuality of the ~accidental form 83 1, 76 | accidental form is caused by the actuality of the subject. So the ~ 84 1, 84 | potentiality to a state of actuality; and every power thus proceeding ~ 85 1, 84 | proceeding ~from potentiality to actuality comes first to an incomplete 86 1, 84 | between potentiality and actuality, before accomplishing the ~ 87 1, 87 | agent acts according to its actuality, ~as was said of the passive 88 1, 89 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every actuality of matter is educed from 89 Suppl, 89| intelligible in respect of its actuality and not of its potentiality ~(


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