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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 6 | own substantial form; ~its secondary perfection consists in heat, 2 1, 13 | way of being taken in a secondary sense, as healthy is ~secondarily 3 1, 14 | chiefly understood, and ~but secondary and accessory. If therefore 4 1, 19 | unreasonable to ~seek for causes secondary to the divine will. It would, 5 1, 19 | reduced to other ~created secondary ends. Hence such things 6 1, 19 | hindered by a defect of a secondary cause; as the effect of 7 1, 19 | hindered by a defect of the secondary causes. ~The will of God, 8 1, 19 | effect by deficiency ~in the secondary cause, when it is not the 9 1, 19 | contingent on account of ~the secondary cause, from the fact that 10 1, 19 | plant. But no defect of a secondary cause can ~hinder God's 11 1, 19 | to be referred ~only to secondary causes, this must be independent 12 1, 22 | providence over all things, all secondary causes ~would be withdrawn.~ 13 1, 22 | not exclude ~the action of secondary causes; which are the executors 14 1, 23 | between what flows from a secondary cause and ~from a first 15 1, 23 | through ~the operation of secondary causes, as was above shown ( 16 1, 23 | the universe, but in a ~secondary way, inasmuch as the good 17 1, 23 | does not do away with ~secondary causes but so provides effects, 18 1, 23 | effects, that the order of secondary ~causes falls also under 19 1, 23 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Secondary causes cannot escape the 20 1, 33 | there exist a first and a secondary ~principle, so also in the 21 1, 36 | follow that He would ~be a secondary and instrumental cause; 22 1, 37 | proceeding Love, as it were in a secondary way, inasmuch as ~the divine 23 1, 45 | thing cannot be, because the secondary instrumental cause ~does 24 1, 47 | distinction of things to secondary agents, as ~did Avicenna, 25 1, 49 | Further, the effect of the secondary cause is reduced to the ~ 26 1, 49 | effect of the deficient secondary cause is reduced to ~the 27 1, 49 | God, but by the ~deficient secondary cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 28 1, 65 | supreme cause. Therefore no secondary ~cause can produce anything, 29 1, 66 | the working of God, as a ~secondary cause imitates a first cause. 30 1, 37 | proceeding Love, as it were in a secondary way, inasmuch as ~the divine 31 1, 46 | thing cannot be, because the secondary instrumental cause ~does 32 1, 48 | distinction of things to secondary agents, as ~did Avicenna, 33 1, 50 | Further, the effect of the secondary cause is reduced to the ~ 34 1, 50 | effect of the deficient secondary cause is reduced to ~the 35 1, 50 | God, but by the ~deficient secondary cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 36 1, 66 | supreme cause. Therefore no secondary ~cause can produce anything, 37 1, 67 | the working of God, as a ~secondary cause imitates a first cause. 38 1, 84 | universal thus considered is a secondary consideration. Hence it 39 1, 84 | either nothing or something ~secondary." But according to Plato, 40 1, 84 | or principle ~should be secondary: since at times through 41 1, 92 | one individual. But in a secondary ~sense the image of God 42 1, 102 | providence he attributes to the secondary deities, who go the ~round 43 1, 103 | cause, it ~also depends in a secondary way on all the middle causes. 44 1, 103 | to the middle causes in a secondary way; and all ~the more so, 45 1, 104 | Reply OBJ 3: The fact that secondary causes are ordered to determinate ~ 46 1, 104 | which it exists, as by a secondary cause; but it proceeds from 47 1, 104 | understanding; but it is a ~secondary principle, and depends upon 48 1, 104 | this that the operation of secondary agents is ~superfluous.~ 49 1, 104 | proceeding from a primary ~and a secondary agent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 50 1, 104 | things depending on any secondary cause, thus ~God can do 51 1, 104 | subject to the ~order of secondary causes; but, on the contrary, 52 1, 104 | producing the effects of secondary ~causes without them, or 53 1, 104 | certain effects to which secondary ~causes do not extend. So 54 2, 1 | movements. ~Now it is clear that secondary moving causes do not move 55 2, 1 | the first mover. Therefore secondary objects of the ~appetite 56 2, 7 | though this were something secondary.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[1] 57 2, 26 | are related as primary and secondary: ~since that which is loved 58 2, 50 | understand. And so in a secondary ~way the intellective habit 59 2, 57 | highest place, has ~other secondary virtues annexed to it, viz. "{ 60 2, 57 | subordinate thereto, as secondary virtues to a principal virtue: ~ 61 2, 93 | government ~is derived by secondary governors from the governor 62 2, 94 | first principles: but in its secondary principles, ~which, as we 63 2, 94 | and ~secondly, certain secondary and more detailed precepts, 64 2, 94 | as to the other, i.e. the secondary precepts, the natural law 65 2, 94 | perchance in regard to the secondary precepts of the ~natural 66 2, 94 | argument is true of the secondary precepts of the ~natural 67 2, 106 | grace: such things are of secondary importance, so to speak, 68 2, 106 | the ~Evangelical Law is secondary: namely, the teachings of 69 2, 106 | principal, but as to its secondary element: i.e. as to the 70 2, 111 | not merely when ~it is a secondary agent under a principal 71 2, 2 | which have an accidental or secondary relation to the proper and ~ 72 2, 2 | while the indirect and secondary object comprises all things 73 2, 11 | end, while those which are secondary truths, have the character ~ 74 2, 11 | assents to that person hold a secondary place. Consequently he ~ 75 2, 16 | we find a principal and a secondary cause. For the ~principal 76 2, 16 | the last end, while the secondary end is that which is ~referred 77 2, 16 | first agent, while the secondary efficient cause is the secondary 78 2, 16 | secondary efficient cause is the secondary and ~instrumental agent. 79 2, 16 | a creature as being the secondary and ~instrumental agent 80 2, 19 | removed, but also when the secondary cause is removed. Hence 81 2, 19 | estimate, which is the ~secondary cause, as it were.~Aquin.: 82 2, 21 | in due ~sequence, in the secondary precepts of the Law.~Aquin.: 83 2, 22 | about other ends which are secondary, thus the military art commands 84 2, 22 | our duty to love Him, are secondary and result from the ~first.~ 85 2, 22 | ordered by charity. Man's secondary and, as it were, ~particular 86 2, 37 | goodness, the other is its secondary object and is our ~neighbor' 87 2, 37 | charity in respect of its secondary good, which is less than ~ 88 2, 45 | according to man": whereas the secondary ~universal principles, whether 89 2, 46 | are directed to certain secondary acts or matters, not having, 90 2, 47 | is to command, while its ~secondary act is to judge and to take 91 2, 49 | subordinate thereto, as a secondary to a principal virtue.~Aquin.: 92 2, 56 | a cardinal virtue, other secondary ~virtues, such as mercy, 93 2, 76 | observed, however, that the secondary use of silver vessels may 94 2, 76 | manner there may ~be some secondary use of silver money; for 95 2, 77 | more ~imperfect act, and a secondary part of that virtue. Hence 96 2, 79 | while its external acts are secondary, ~and subordinate to the 97 2, 80 | exterior acts, which are secondary. The interior ~acts of religion 98 2, 80 | mind, though sorrow is its secondary and indirect ~effect. For 99 2, 80 | devotion is joy, while the secondary and accidental ~effect is 100 2, 81 | necessary condition of all its secondary acts, as stated ~above ( 101 2, 82 | devotion of the mind, while the secondary part is something ~external 102 2, 107 | annexed to justice, ~as secondary to a principal virtue, through 103 2, 107 | being annexed thereto as a ~secondary virtue to its principal.~ 104 2, 118 | as being ~principal, that secondary virtues are assigned as 105 2, 120 | of debt to any person, as secondary matter included ~in the 106 2, 122 | to this and not to its secondary act, which is aggression, ~ 107 2, 126 | annexed to fortitude as secondary virtues ~to the principal 108 2, 126 | but annexed thereto as secondary virtues to ~principal: thus " 109 2, 126 | yet annexed thereto as secondary to principal.~Aquin.: SMT 110 2, 127 | it is annexed thereto as secondary to principal.~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 132 | being annexed to it as secondary to principal virtue.~Aquin.: 112 2, 132 | 80]). The one is that the secondary ~virtue agree with the principal, 113 2, 134 | it is annexed thereto as secondary to principal virtue. For 114 2, 134 | annexed to fortitude as secondary to ~principal virtue, for 115 2, 134 | annexed to fortitude ~as secondary to principal virtue.~Aquin.: 116 2, 135 | annexed to fortitude as secondary to principal virtue. Now 117 2, 135 | annexed to fortitude, as ~secondary to principal virtue.~Aquin.: 118 2, 135 | Reply OBJ 1: The annexing of secondary to principal virtues depends 119 2, 138 | principal virtues, but also the secondary and annexed ~virtues. Wherefore 120 2, 138 | also about the acts of the secondary ~and annexed virtues.~Aquin.: 121 2, 139 | But it may have for its secondary object whatever a man shuns 122 2, 139 | principal and others as secondary. The principal thing ~is 123 2, 139 | either use we consider as secondary whatever makes the use ~ 124 2, 141 | principal virtue are called secondary virtues: ~for while the 125 2, 155 | they imitate them in some secondary matter as to the mode whence 126 2, 155 | OBJ 2: The annexation of secondary to principal virtues depends 127 2, 159 | humility has to do, in a secondary way, with externals, as 128 2, 187 | The other ~precepts are secondary and are directed to the 129 3, 8 | principal but also ~the secondary authority.~Aquin.: SMT TP 130 3, 9 | the way of being taught is secondary. Hence it is said (Ethic. 131 3, 15 | man, yet there are certain secondary goods ~of man, which pertain 132 3, 19 | received?" ~Nevertheless, in a secondary manner anyone may be a cause, 133 3, 22 | which is principal is ~not . secondary in regard to others, but 134 3, 22 | to others, but others are secondary in its ~regard. Therefore 135 3, 56 | Christ's Resurrection is the secondary, and as it were the ~instrumental 136 3, 62 | grace; secondly, of their secondary effect, ~which is a character. 137 3, 68 | men may not sin: it is a secondary ~consideration that their 138 3, 71 | compared to the priest, is as a secondary ~and instrumental agent 139 3, 71 | word "minister." Now the secondary agent does nothing without 140 3, 89 | shoes. The other is his secondary dignity, viz. innocence, 141 3, 89 | innocence which belongs to man's secondary dignity in the ~sight of 142 Suppl, 10| head of accidental and ~secondary reward. Consequently one 143 Suppl, 30| working never produces a secondary ~effect, except in so far 144 Suppl, 32| appetitive and motive powers are secondary principles.~Aquin.: SMT 145 Suppl, 36| Christ; the other, which is secondary, ~over the mystical body 146 Suppl, 37| of ~Churches, because in secondary acts it is not unfitting 147 Suppl, 37| and again as regards the secondary acts ~whereby they prepare 148 Suppl, 37| reader is compared with the secondary act of the deacon and ~subdeacon, 149 Suppl, 37| exorcist compared with the secondary act ~of the priest, namely 150 Suppl, 37| co-operate with him in his ~secondary act, which is to loose and 151 Suppl, 37| priestly power, as to its secondary act, which is to bind and 152 Suppl, 37| power is expressed as to the secondary act alone, by ~his receiving 153 Suppl, 37| takes his name ~from the secondary act, because it is better 154 Suppl, 40| of Christ. the other is secondary, namely to prepare ~God' 155 Suppl, 40| as regards the priest's secondary act, but not as regards 156 Suppl, 41| Secondly, in relation to the secondary end ~of matrimony, which 157 Suppl, 42| the other regards the ~secondary perfection consisting in 158 Suppl, 48| principal end may have several secondary ~essential ends, and an 159 Suppl, 49| includes another, as ~it were, secondary end.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] 160 Suppl, 52| upon marriage ~as to its secondary effects; wherefore it is 161 Suppl, 54| subject ~to her husband. The secondary essential end of marriage 162 Suppl, 56| goods, it hinders one of the secondary goods, namely the ~extension 163 Suppl, 65| the principal or to the secondary end, and in either case 164 Suppl, 65| conducting business, which is its secondary end. ~Secondly, on account 165 Suppl, 65| attainment of the ~principal or secondary end difficult, or less satisfactory, 166 Suppl, 65| improportionate to the secondary end, or again to the principal 167 Suppl, 65| marriage good. But for ~its secondary end, as the Philosopher 168 Suppl, 65| those without which the secondary end of ~marriage could not 169 Suppl, 65| as a remedy (which is its secondary end), marriage does require 170 Suppl, 65| precepts, ~but as regards the secondary precepts, which like conclusions 171 Suppl, 65| borne in mind before the secondary end. Wherefore, since the 172 Suppl, 65| that might arise to the secondary ends, when it was ~necessary 173 Suppl, 65| dispensation. But in regard to the secondary end, which is the management ~ 174 Suppl, 65| possible, since it is ~the secondary end of marriage. And from 175 Suppl, 65| union ~which regards the secondary end, to which bondage is 176 Suppl, 66| Wherefore these two kinds are secondary, and the ~first is the principal 177 Suppl, 67| although in ~respect of its secondary end it is directed to the 178 Suppl, 67| dispensation may bear upon the ~secondary precepts of the natural 179 Suppl, 67| to belong rather to the secondary precepts ~of the natural 180 Suppl, 77| and these belong to the secondary intention of art: thus the 181 Suppl, 77| body, they belong to ~the secondary perfection: and since man 182 Suppl, 83| movement, and all other secondary agents act in virtue thereof 183 Suppl, 83| conducive ~to corruption as secondary principles. For the first 184 Suppl, 87| Passion. ~The latter is secondary so to speak and acquired, 185 Suppl, 93| first ~mover, and something secondary with reference to the instrument. ~ 186 Suppl, 95| the accidental ~reward, or secondary punishment, which are subject 187 Suppl, 95| demerit as ~regards their secondary punishment [*Cf. FP, Q[62],


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