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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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application

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | order to their end, and the application of their powers to ~divers 2 1, 14 | singular things by ~the application of universal causes to particular 3 1, 14 | that thing; hence the said application cannot be the reason ~of 4 1, 14 | for operable means the application of form to matter, and not 5 1, 18 | which self-movement and the application ~of itself to any kind of 6 1, 19 | First, by a restricted ~application, in which case they would 7 1, 52 | in a corporeal place by application of the angelic ~power in 8 1, 52 | angel is ~in a place by the application of his power to the place, 9 1, 53 | power; as a body ~does by application of magnitude. Hence it follows 10 1, 53 | the movement which is by application of energy is ~the act of 11 1, 67 | either ~in its original application or in its more extended 12 1, 53 | in a corporeal place by application of the angelic ~power in 13 1, 53 | angel is ~in a place by the application of his power to the place, 14 1, 54 | power; as a body ~does by application of magnitude. Hence it follows 15 1, 54 | the movement which is by application of energy is ~the act of 16 1, 68 | either ~in its original application or in its more extended 17 1, 77 | recollection ~of the past by the application of individual intentions. 18 1, 78 | individual case. But the ~application of knowledge to something 19 1, 78 | And all these follow the application ~of knowledge or science 20 1, 78 | science to what we do: which application is made in three ~ways. 21 1, 78 | things follow the actual application of knowledge to what we ~ 22 1, 107 | causes; and third in their application to particular effects. ~ 23 1, 107 | to the last belongs the application of this disposition ~to 24 1, 112 | degree; ~because in the application of the universal principles 25 1, 115 | of those who twisted its application to a ~certain force in the 26 2, 15 | Further, just as assent is an application of the intellect to ~something, 27 2, 15 | answer that, Consent implies application of sense to something. Now 28 2, 15 | to the thing itself, ~the application of the appetitive power 29 2, 15 | that consent implies an application of the ~appetitive movement 30 2, 15 | answer that, Consent is the application of the appetitive movement 31 2, 15 | power of him who causes the application. ~Now the order of action 32 2, 15 | naturally: wherefore the application of the appetitive movement 33 2, 15 | counsel. And ~therefore the application of the appetitive movement 34 2, 16 | use of a thing implies the application of that thing ~to an operation: 35 2, 16 | the ~object of the will's application. Therefore it can be the 36 2, 16 | above (A[1]), implies the application of ~one thing to another. 37 2, 19 | is ~nothing else than the application of knowledge to some action. 38 2, 19 | the reason (for ~it is an application of knowledge to action, 39 2, 31 | is moved, as regards its application to some ~particular thing, 40 2, 35 | sorrow are ~reckoned by an application of the notion of sorrow 41 2, 46 | 2]) that hatred implies application of evil to ~evil, whereas 42 2, 46 | evil, whereas anger denotes application of good to evil. Now it 43 2, 61 | reason by way of a kind of application (of reason) to passions ~ 44 2, 90 | 1: A command denotes an application of a law to matters ~regulated 45 2, 90 | to be ruled by it. Such application is made ~by its being notified 46 2, 93 | to the eternal ~law. The application of this distinction may 47 2, 97 | of law?~(4) Whether the application of human law should be changed 48 2, 97 | when the law fails in its application ~to persons or circumstances, 49 2, 99 | execution of justice, by an application of ~the reason to individual 50 2, 100 | to any ~determination by application to individual actions - 51 2, 8 | knowledge, and as to its application to individual ~actions, 52 2, 24 | not so universal in its application, ~as the object of our petition 53 2, 45 | thought merely, but ~in its application to action, which is the 54 2, 45 | 57]~, A[4]) it includes application to action, which application 55 2, 45 | application to action, which application is an act of ~the will.~ 56 2, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Every application of right reason in the work 57 2, 45 | prudence belongs only the application of right ~reason in matters 58 2, 45 | the reason, but also the application to action, ~which is the 59 2, 45 | reason, yet by a kind of application it extends to this ~sense.~ 60 2, 65 | word "conscience" denotes application of knowledge ~to a matter 61 2, 86 | commensurate distribution or application of some common thing to 62 2, 99 | This custom has led to the application of the word 'pious' to God ~ 63 2, 151 | name ~of lust has a special application to venereal pleasures, to 64 2, 154 | concupiscence, besides the application of the external remedy of ~ 65 2, 156 | of these species in its application to the sin of anger, and ~ 66 2, 164 | speaking, study denotes keen application of the ~mind to something. 67 2, 164 | thing. Wherefore the mind's application to knowledge ~precedes its 68 2, 164 | knowledge ~precedes its application to those things to which 69 2, 164 | denominated from being the application of ~the mind to something, 70 2, 166 | must needs ~consist in the application of some pleasure, by slackening 71 2, 171 | senses, the intensity of its application ~leads to abstraction from 72 3, 68 | ministers, by the ~outward application of the sacraments: and in 73 3, 73 | sacraments are completed in the application of the matter for ~the sanctifying 74 Suppl, 27| their ~efficacy from the application of the saints' merits to 75 Suppl, 29| perfectly signified save by the application ~of the remedy to the various 76 Suppl, 29| performed by a bishop, and the application thereof sometimes by a priest, ~ 77 Suppl, 62| OBJ 1: The sentence is an application of the general law to a ~ 78 Suppl, 92| follows that in every other ~application of the term we must observe


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