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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deficient

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | only ~that other things are deficient in comparison with it.~Aquin.: 2 1, 25 | passive according as it is deficient and imperfect. Now it was 3 1, 49 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a deficient effect can proceed only 4 1, 49 | can proceed only from a deficient ~cause. But evil is a deficient 5 1, 49 | deficient ~cause. But evil is a deficient effect. Therefore its cause, 6 1, 49 | cause, if it has ~one, is deficient. But everything deficient 7 1, 49 | deficient. But everything deficient is an evil. Therefore the ~ 8 1, 49 | this very fact that it is a deficient being is ~accidental to 9 1, 49 | Reply OBJ 3: Evil has a deficient cause in voluntary things 10 1, 49 | comes from the will actually deficient, inasmuch as it does not ~ 11 1, 49 | OBJ 2: The effect of the deficient secondary cause is reduced 12 1, 49 | caused by God, but by the ~deficient secondary cause.~Aquin.: 13 1, 49 | the ~cause; because the deficient effect comes from the deficient 14 1, 49 | deficient effect comes from the deficient cause, as ~was said above ( 15 1, 50 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a deficient effect can proceed only 16 1, 50 | can proceed only from a deficient ~cause. But evil is a deficient 17 1, 50 | deficient ~cause. But evil is a deficient effect. Therefore its cause, 18 1, 50 | cause, if it has ~one, is deficient. But everything deficient 19 1, 50 | deficient. But everything deficient is an evil. Therefore the ~ 20 1, 50 | this very fact that it is a deficient being is ~accidental to 21 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 3: Evil has a deficient cause in voluntary things 22 1, 50 | comes from the will actually deficient, inasmuch as it does not ~ 23 1, 50 | OBJ 2: The effect of the deficient secondary cause is reduced 24 1, 50 | caused by God, but by the ~deficient secondary cause.~Aquin.: 25 1, 50 | the ~cause; because the deficient effect comes from the deficient 26 1, 50 | deficient effect comes from the deficient cause, as ~was said above ( 27 1, 92 | assignation ~were in part deficient.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 28 1, 95 | nature, are born ~weak and deficient, others strong and perfect, 29 1, 108 | light can enlighten a body deficient ~in light, as the sun enlightens 30 1, 112 | actions man happens to be deficient in many ways. Hence it is ~ 31 2, 18 | Evil acts in virtue of deficient goodness. For it there ~ 32 2, 18 | other hand if good were not deficient, there would be no evil. 33 2, 18 | Consequently the action done is a deficient good, which is good ~in 34 2, 18 | and in a certain respect deficient in act, ~so as to cause 35 2, 18 | in act, ~so as to cause a deficient act. Thus a blind man has 36 2, 64 | happen to ~be excessive or deficient, as stated above (A[1]). 37 2, 65 | called right reason, if it be deficient in any principle ~whatever. 38 2, 74 | nature some are mentally ~deficient, and some shrewd-minded. 39 2, 75 | certain privation, has a deficient cause, or an ~accidental 40 2, 97 | institutions which were deficient in many ~ways; and these 41 2, 97 | might prove less frequently deficient in respect of the ~common 42 2, 98 | experience that his reason was ~deficient, since about the time of 43 2, 2 | For human reason is very deficient in things concerning God. 44 2, 28 | so far as the latter is deficient.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 45 2, 34 | matters where he is ~very deficient; so that he does not envy 46 2, 46 | enumeration is either excessive or deficient.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[48] A[ 47 2, 56 | excessive, and ~whatever is deficient is called "loss." The reason 48 2, 116 | remedy, since the ~more deficient one is the more one seeks 49 2, 117 | ought, while the prodigal is deficient, by being less careful of 50 2, 117 | prodigal," ~while he who is deficient in giving is said to be " 51 2, 117 | sometimes that a man is deficient in giving, without exceeding 52 2, 117 | not as ~exceeding, but as deficient in them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 53 2, 117 | exceed in giving and to be ~deficient in solicitude about riches. 54 2, 117 | against ~others, by being deficient in giving; and he sins against 55 2, 125 | opposed to ~it in the point of deficient daring. But there is no 56 2, 127 | for need is a mark of the deficient. But ~this is to be understood 57 2, 140 | called insensible who are deficient with regard to pleasures 58 2, 140 | virtuous to be altogether deficient ~in such matters: for it 59 2, 166 | which goes beyond, and the deficient is that which ~falls short 60 2, 171 | as an instrument that is deficient in regard to the ~principal 61 Suppl, 39| also be ordained though deficient in ~body.~Aquin.: SMT XP 62 Suppl, 43| dissolved on account of ~deficient age; since what is not cannot 63 Suppl, 57| nature ~where nature is deficient. Hence just as a man begets 64 Suppl, 58| OBJ 1: It would seem that deficient age is not an impediment 65 Suppl, 66| irregular because he is deficient in the ~representation of 66 Suppl, 89| For in one way there is a ~deficient likeness, when the form 67 Suppl, 89| the cognitive power is ~deficient as participating in matter,


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