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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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presuppose

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | But this science cannot ~presuppose the essence of God, for 2 1, 13 | indirectly, ~in so far as they presuppose the divine substance; as 3 1, 19 | causes, all effects ~that presuppose some other effect do not 4 1, 19 | cannot happen, unless we presuppose change ~either in the knowledge 5 1, 20 | other appetite movements presuppose love, as ~their root and 6 1, 21 | Thus both justice and mercy presuppose something ~in their works: 7 1, 21 | the universe; yet ~it does presuppose something in the knowledge 8 1, 32 | Further, we do not require to presuppose any abstract notions as ~ 9 1, 39 | absolutely, as it does not presuppose anything else; and for this ~ 10 1, 40 | mode of understanding, ~presuppose the acts of the persons, 11 1, 40 | thing generated we must ~presuppose whatever makes them to be 12 1, 40 | person there is nothing to presuppose but essence, and relation 13 1, 40 | subsistent, it does not ~presuppose, but brings about distinction. 14 1, 40 | 1~Whether the properties presuppose the notional acts?~Aquin.: 15 1, 45 | causes, which necessarily presuppose something in their action; 16 1, 45 | and so it is necessary to presuppose that whereby a thing is 17 1, 45 | substance it is not possible to presuppose anything whereby it ~is 18 1, 51 | imperfect in any genus we must presuppose something perfect in ~that 19 1, 62 | for them to exist, they presuppose the natural ~gifts; because 20 1, 63 | Church. Such a sin ~does not presuppose ignorance, but merely absence 21 1, 76 | accidents. ~Therefore we must presuppose accidents to be in matter 22 1, 39 | absolutely, as it does not presuppose anything else; and for this ~ 23 1, 40 | mode of understanding, ~presuppose the acts of the persons, 24 1, 40 | thing generated we must ~presuppose whatever makes them to be 25 1, 40 | person there is nothing to presuppose but essence, and relation 26 1, 40 | subsistent, it does not ~presuppose, but brings about distinction. 27 1, 40 | 1~Whether the properties presuppose the notional acts?~Aquin.: 28 1, 46 | causes, which necessarily presuppose something in their action; 29 1, 46 | and so it is necessary to presuppose that whereby a thing is 30 1, 46 | substance it is not possible to presuppose anything whereby it ~is 31 1, 52 | imperfect in any genus we must presuppose something perfect in ~that 32 1, 63 | for them to exist, they presuppose the natural ~gifts; because 33 1, 64 | Church. Such a sin ~does not presuppose ignorance, but merely absence 34 1, 75 | accidents. ~Therefore we must presuppose accidents to be in matter 35 1, 92 | image ~in man, unless we presuppose the first likeness, which 36 1, 113 | reason, ~especially if we presuppose the corruption of our natures. 37 2, 27 | the soul that does not ~presuppose love of some kind. The reason 38 2, 35 | Since then pleasure and pain presuppose some ~sense or apprehension 39 2, 40 | as all irascible passions presuppose the passions of the concupiscible ~ 40 2, 57 | wherefore art does not presuppose rectitude of ~the appetite. 41 2, 99 | so must the Divine law presuppose the natural ~law.~Aquin.: 42 2, 109 | it is not necessary to ~presuppose any further habitual gift 43 2, 109 | to infinity. But we must presuppose a gratuitous gift of God, 44 2, 4 | their principle which they presuppose: so that again, in this 45 2, 15 | wherefore the precepts of a law presuppose that everyone who ~receives 46 2, 15 | it follows that, if ~we presuppose faith in God, whereby man' 47 2, 15 | the teaching thereof also ~presuppose man's submission to God 48 2, 16 | pertains to another. Yet if we presuppose the union of ~love with 49 2, 23 | addition we must at least presuppose that the things added ~together 50 2, 23 | added to ~charity we must presuppose the distinction, at least 51 2, 23 | added to charity, we must ~presuppose a numerical distinction 52 2, 98 | things as ~these do not presuppose spiritual things, but precede 53 2, 139 | pertain to avoidance of evil, presuppose the passions pertaining 54 2, 139 | passions of the irascible presuppose the passions of the ~concupiscible. 55 2, 161 | could not happen unless one presuppose ~inordinateness in his will. 56 2, 168 | the ~observance of the Law presuppose the Law to be already given, 57 3, 7 | grace ordaining thereto, ~presuppose the hypostasis which operates. 58 3, 72 | of Confirmation does not presuppose, ~of necessity, the baptismal 59 3, 72 | of ~Confirmation does not presuppose the baptismal character.~ 60 3, 78 | practical ~intellect does not presuppose the thing understood, but 61 3, 78 | this expression does not presuppose the thing signified, but ~ 62 Suppl, 30| so does a spiritual cure presuppose ~spiritual life. Hence this 63 Suppl, 35| character of Order does not presuppose the ~character of Baptism. 64 Suppl, 35| power does not necessarily presuppose passive power, ~for it can 65 Suppl, 35| Order ~does not necessarily presuppose the character of Baptism.~ 66 Suppl, 35| the character of Order to presuppose the character of Baptism; ~ 67 Suppl, 35| himself, the active does not ~presuppose the passive power; but in 68 Suppl, 35| first, so does the last presuppose the ~middle. Now the character 69 Suppl, 35| Therefore order does not presuppose Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT 70 Suppl, 35| character of one ~Order presuppose the character of another.~ 71 Suppl, 40| loose and bind, except we presuppose him ~to have the jurisdiction 72 Suppl, 76| and ~corruption, we must presuppose undeterminate dimensions, 73 Suppl, 77| corruption it is necessary to presuppose indefinite dimensions before


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