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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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determination

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Now the form presupposes determination or commensuration of its ~ 2 1, 12 | knowable object. But this determination to ~one object does not 3 1, 16 | as not having in itself determination to any ~place or time, as 4 1, 19 | anything, it follows that His determination to act comes from another; ~ 5 1, 19 | perfection according to the determination ~of His will and intellect.~ 6 1, 23 | His deliberate choice and determination. For the further ~evidence 7 1, 39 | the other signifying the determination of the ~form, as, for instance, 8 1, 44 | determinate forms. This ~determination of forms must be reduced 9 1, 53 | power, but according to ~the determination of his will.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 70 | substantial form, but a determination of power. As to the fact ~ 11 1, 70 | Hence, speaking of such a determination of power, ~Dionysius (Div. 12 1, 39 | the other signifying the determination of the ~form, as, for instance, 13 1, 45 | determinate forms. This ~determination of forms must be reduced 14 1, 54 | power, but according to ~the determination of his will.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 71 | substantial form, but a determination of power. As to the fact ~ 16 1, 71 | Hence, speaking of such a determination of power, ~Dionysius (Div. 17 2, 1 | an ~end. And just as this determination is effected, in the rational 18 2, 9 | of the act, and as to the determination of the act. ~The first of 19 2, 9 | particular good. But as to the ~determination of the act, which the act 20 2, 15 | For consent implies a determination of the appetite to one thing. 21 2, 15 | In irrational animals the determination of the appetite to ~a particular 22 2, 15 | whereas consent implies a ~determination of the appetite, which is 23 2, 18 | division is an essential determination of the former. Accordingly 24 2, 18 | object is not an essential determination of the species ~derived 25 2, 18 | differences is an essential ~determination of the other. Wherefore 26 2, 49 | wherefore it implies a certain ~determination according to a certain measure. 27 2, 49 | Para. 3/5~Now the mode of determination of the subject to accidental 28 2, 49 | If we take the mode or ~determination of the subject in regard 29 2, 49 | Para. 4/5~But the mode of determination of the subject, in regard 30 2, 49 | other hand, the mode or determination of the subject, in regard ~ 31 2, 49 | something else, be capable of determination in several ways ~and to 32 2, 91 | proceed to the more particular determination of ~certain matters. These 33 2, 95 | premises, secondly, by way of ~determination of certain generalities. 34 2, 95 | derived therefrom by way of determination; e.g. the ~law of nature 35 2, 95 | in this or that way, is a determination of the law of nature.~Aquin.: 36 2, 95 | enactments which are ~by way of determination or specification of the 37 2, 95 | nature ~by way of particular determination, belong to the civil law, 38 2, 99 | a moral precept; but the determination ~of this precept, namely 39 2, 99 | Accordingly just as the ~determination of the universal principle 40 2, 99 | ceremonial precepts, so the determination of the general precepts ~ 41 2, 99 | moral ~precepts; but its determination to some special kind of 42 2, 100 | ceremonial matter, or a determination of a general moral precept; ~ 43 2, 100 | first precept includes the determination, "Thou shalt not make a ~ 44 2, 100 | about the Sabbath has a determination affixed ~to it that does 45 2, 100 | unchangeable: but as to any ~determination by application to individual 46 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: This determination was an interpretation rather 47 2, 100 | itself, but by being a determination of the Divine law. Hence 48 2, 104 | indeed perpetual. ~But the determination of those things that are 49 2, 108 | regards external action. The determination of these ~works in their 50 2, 108 | respect of any particular determination, but only in regard to the 51 2, 26 | OBJ ~3) mode signifies a determination of measure; which determination 52 2, 26 | determination of measure; which determination is to ~be found both in 53 2, 58 | else but a ~decision or determination of what is just. Now a thing 54 2, 83 | natural law, while their determination belongs to the ~positive 55 2, 83 | agreed on this point, but the determination of sacrifices is ~established 56 2, 83 | ideas by signs, but the ~determination of those signs depends on 57 2, 152 | depend on the law for their determination, as ~stated above (FS, Q[ 58 2, 152 | by some law. What this ~determination is for us will be stated 59 2, 152 | matter that comes under the determination of the law is judged according ~ 60 3, 46 | Thirdly, on ~God's part, whose determination regarding the Passion of 61 3, 74 | matter, the reason for the determination ~of the matter is drawn 62 3, 75 | determinate act. Now the determination of every thing in ~actual 63 3, 77 | its essence, but as to the determination of its measure. In like ~ 64 Suppl, 12| to that which gives its determination. Now ~the interior act, 65 Suppl, 17| particular thing, which determination it derives, in ~speculative 66 Suppl, 42| instituted as regards their determination which is subject to ~variation 67 Suppl, 52| And it arises from the ~determination of the same positive law


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