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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | least all the parts are ~potential to the whole. Fifthly, because 2 1, 3 | for the ~former is merely potential, while the latter is actual. 3 1, 3 | compound. For matter is merely potential; and potentiality is absolutely ~ 4 1, 4 | matter as such is merely ~potential, the first material principle 5 1, 4 | principle must be simply potential, and ~thus most imperfect. 6 1, 4 | matter, as such, is merely potential, an agent, as such, is in 7 1, 4 | previous to that which is potential, must be that which is ~ 8 1, 4 | which is ~actual; since a potential being can only be reduced 9 1, 5 | take a thing out of ~simply potential being; because only a thing 10 1, 5 | exist, but those which are potential, and not actual. For ~goodness 11 1, 5 | not actual, but merely potential. Now being implies the habitude 12 1, 5 | primary matter has only potential being, so it is only ~potentially 13 1, 9 | those only in which what is potential in them is consistent ~with 14 1, 14 | particular, or habitual, or ~potential, or existing according to 15 1, 18 | actual, the latter only potential.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 16 1, 25 | passive according as it is potential. ~Whence this potentiality 17 1, 27 | things, which proceed from potential to actual life, such as 18 1, 44 | necessary that ~even what is potential in it should be created, 19 1, 48 | good; and likewise every potential ~being, as such, is a good, 20 1, 51 | has life, ~which is the potential principle of such action.~ 21 1, 66 | is directed towards act, potential beings ~are differentiated 22 1, 68 | and ~luminosity, actual or potential. Thus Damascene (De Fide 23 1, 72 | that the production was potential, and other holy writers 24 1, 75 | understand ~something purely potential: for a form, as such, is 25 1, 76 | kind of ~whole which is potential, divided into virtual parts. 26 1, 77 | in the sense in which the potential whole is predicated of its 27 1, 77 | foundations are a house. But the ~potential whole is in each part according 28 1, 77 | subject is something purely potential. But the ~accidental form 29 1, 45 | necessary that ~even what is potential in it should be created, 30 1, 49 | good; and likewise every potential ~being, as such, is a good, 31 1, 52 | has life, ~which is the potential principle of such action.~ 32 1, 67 | is directed towards act, potential beings ~are differentiated 33 1, 69 | and ~luminosity, actual or potential. Thus Damascene (De Fide 34 1, 71 | that the production was potential, and other holy writers 35 1, 74 | understand ~something purely potential: for a form, as such, is 36 1, 75 | kind of ~whole which is potential, divided into virtual parts. 37 1, 76 | in the sense in which the potential whole is predicated of its 38 1, 76 | foundations are a house. But the ~potential whole is in each part according 39 1, 76 | subject is something purely potential. But the ~accidental form 40 1, 83 | man sometimes is only a potential knower, both ~as to sense 41 1, 84 | thus the imperfect and the potential come first. In this way ~ 42 1, 91 | unchangeable, since it has a potential existence, and has nothing ~ 43 2, 30 | just as in nature there is ~potential successive infinity, so 44 2, 32 | since actual is greater than potential conjunction: therefore the ~ 45 2, 50 | nothing at the same time potential and ~actual can be in that 46 2, 50 | essential parts: but there are ~potential parts, in so far as their 47 2, 54 | whole; but subjective or ~potential parts, as we shall explain 48 2, 55 | part ~of matter, which is potential being, whereas power in 49 2, 57 | same is to be observed in potential wholes, wherein one part 50 2, 57 | names are, in a fashion, potential parts of prudence; because ~ 51 2, 75 | power of ~the will is the potential cause of sin, but is made 52 2, 85 | that which is ~patient is a potential being, while that which 53 2, 46 | subjective parts;~(4) Of its potential parts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 54 2, 46 | are parts of animal; and "potential," as the nutritive and sensitive ~ 55 2, 46 | A[1] Body Para. 4/4~The potential parts of a virtue are the 56 2, 78 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE POTENTIAL PARTS OF JUSTICE (ONE ARTICLE)~ 57 2, 78 | We must now consider the potential parts of justice, namely 58 2, 118 | subjective, integral, and potential. A subjective part is one 59 2, 126 | subjective, integral, and potential. But fortitude, taken as 60 2, 126 | there are quasi-integral and potential parts assigned to it: ~integral 61 2, 126 | an act of fortitude; and potential parts, because what ~fortitude 62 2, 141 | integral, subjective, and potential. The ~integral parts of 63 2, 141 | A[1] Body Para. 3/6~The potential parts of a principal virtue 64 2, 153 | Q[155] Out. Para. 1/1 - POTENTIAL PARTS OF TEMPERANCE, AND 65 2, 153 | We must next consider the potential parts of temperance: (1) 66 2, 164 | follows that studiousness is a potential part of temperance, ~as 67 3, 90 | have said that these are potential parts: yet neither can this 68 3, 90 | entire essence, in each potential ~part, just as the entire 69 Suppl, 37| universal whole, but of a potential whole, the nature ~of which 70 Suppl, 70| called its integral but its ~potential parts. Now the nature of 71 Suppl, 79| inconsistent with perfection than ~potential defect. But passibility 72 Suppl, 79| passibility denotes merely potential defect. Since ~then there


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