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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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immediate

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | medium does not take away the immediate vision of ~God.~Aquin.: 2 1, 19 | effect, since it denotes the ~immediate principle of operation. 3 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~Whether God has immediate providence over everything? ~ 4 1, 22 | It seems that God has not immediate providence over all things. ~ 5 1, 22 | much less has God Himself immediate providence over all things.~ 6 1, 22 | therefore God ~were to have immediate providence over all things, 7 1, 22 | God. Therefore He has not immediate providence ~over bad and 8 1, 22 | first of these, God has ~immediate providence over everything, 9 1, 22 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God's immediate provision over everything 10 1, 36 | much the more is its power immediate as regards the effect, ~ 11 1, 36 | principles are said to be immediate in the ~demonstrative sciences. 12 1, 77 | essence of the soul were the immediate principle of operation, ~ 13 1, 76 | essence of the soul were the immediate principle of operation, 14 1, 78 | that which operates is the immediate principle of operation, ~ 15 1, 107 | inferior orders as ~having an immediate knowledge of the types of 16 1, 107 | Thrones" are raised up to the ~immediate knowledge of the types of 17 1, 107 | a manner adapted to the immediate enlightening of the second ~ 18 1, 109 | spiritual substances with immediate ~rule over the inferior 19 1, 109 | that the angels possess an immediate presidency ~not only over 20 1, 109 | not ~attribute to them any immediate presiding over single bodies, 21 1, 113 | something ~about it: hence the immediate end of every tempter is 22 1, 118 | understood as though ~the immediate seminal virtue, or the corporeal 23 1, 118 | the father, ~which is the immediate seminal virtue (in the production) 24 2, 5 | Further, just as God is the immediate cause of Happiness, so is ~ 25 2, 5 | Happiness, so is ~He the immediate cause of nature. But when 26 2, 6 | will is twofold: one is its immediate act, ~as it were, elicited 27 2, 18 | privation and habit are immediate contraries, according to 28 2, 18 | something, it is not always the immediate contrary of the opposite 29 2, 57 | counsel, not as though its ~immediate act consisted in being of 30 2, 81 | God for the sin of their immediate parents, according to Ex. ~ 31 2, 81 | because every soul is God's immediate ~property, as stated in 32 2, 100 | do harm to anyone is an immediate ~dictate of his natural 33 2, 100 | all men. But it is not an immediate ~dictate of natural reason 34 2, 101 | things, because they had no immediate connection with the ~worship 35 2, 102 | Extreme ~Unction, which is an immediate preparation for entrance 36 2, 106 | than that which is ~the immediate cause of our being brought 37 2, 113 | the contraries are not immediate. Now the state of guilt 38 2, 113 | state of ~grace are not immediate contraries; for there is 39 2, 39 | so that whatever ~is the immediate outcome of anger, arises 40 2, 41 | be done without incurring immediate danger), until the ~matter 41 2, 49 | The last named has an ~immediate relation to the last end: 42 2, 55 | husband and ~wife have an immediate relation to the community 43 2, 55 | another in a ~state, have an immediate relation to the community 44 2, 60 | Whether a man is bound to immediate restitution, or may he put 45 2, 60 | that a man is not bound to immediate restitution, ~and can lawfully 46 2, 60 | Therefore a man is not bound to immediate ~restitution.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 60 | Therefore no man is ~bound to immediate restitution.~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 60 | Consequently one is bound to immediate restitution, ~if possible, 49 2, 60 | inability ~excuses one from immediate restitution: even as a person 50 2, 60 | point of restitution being immediate.~ 51 2, 79 | Some are its proper and ~immediate acts, which it elicits, 52 2, 86 | condition, one is not bound to immediate fulfilment. And yet one 53 2, 115 | interior passions are the immediate matter of liberality, while ~ 54 2, 128 | imperfect virtue to attempt the immediate ~accomplishment of what 55 2, 130 | vainglory, which is the immediate ~offspring of pride, he 56 3, 65 | man ~is prepared for the immediate attainment of glory; and 57 3, 66 | an instrument as to the immediate ~agent; but to the principal 58 3, 76 | of Christ's body have no immediate relationship either to ~ 59 3, 79 | although the body is not the immediate subject of ~grace, still 60 3, 85 | filial fear as from its immediate and proper principle.~Aquin.: 61 Suppl, 3 | Affections of the body are the immediate result of the ~sensitive 62 Suppl, 6 | is always bound to make immediate restitution. ~It is not 63 Suppl, 8 | jurisdiction, ~anyone who has immediate jurisdiction over that man, 64 Suppl, 27| dispenses to others, the immediate ~effect of which suffrages, 65 Suppl, 32| can ~give, since it is an immediate preparation for glory. Therefore 66 Suppl, 38| dignity, provided they bear no immediate relation to the true body 67 Suppl, 38| higher Orders which bear an immediate relation to ~Christ's body, 68 Suppl, 53| are not admitted to the immediate handling ~of sacred things, 69 Suppl, 70| since this ~vision is the immediate cause of their distress, 70 Suppl, 92| speaking, the dowries are the immediate principles ~of the operation


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