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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pre-exist

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | effect exists, the cause must pre-exist. ~Hence the existence of 2 1, 4 | cause: and although ~to pre-exist in the potentiality of a 3 1, 4 | of a material cause is to pre-exist in a ~more imperfect way, 4 1, 4 | such is perfect; still to pre-exist virtually in the efficient 5 1, 4 | the efficient cause is ~to pre-exist not in a more imperfect, 6 1, 4 | perfections of ~all things must pre-exist in God in a more eminent 7 1, 4 | a kind of natural unity ~pre-exist in the cause of all things; 8 1, 4 | themselves opposed to each other, pre-exist in God as one, without injury ~ 9 1, 12 | similitudes of all things pre-exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 10 1, 13 | creatures, which perfections pre-exist in God unitedly and ~simply, 11 1, 13 | divided and multiplied, pre-exist ~in God unitedly. Thus when 12 1, 13 | all perfections of things pre-exist excellently. Now this ~mode 13 1, 14 | Hence whatever effects pre-exist in God, as in the first ~ 14 1, 14 | perfection; and thus all things pre-exist in God, ~not only as regards 15 1, 14 | perfections found in ~creatures pre-exist in God in a higher way, 16 1, 19 | them, in so far as they ~pre-exist in the agent; since every 17 1, 19 | produces its like. Now effects ~pre-exist in their cause after the 18 1, 19 | His own intellect, effects pre-exist in Him after the ~mode of 19 1, 22 | of every effect should ~pre-exist in Him, as is clear from 20 1, 22 | towards their end ~should pre-exist in the divine mind: and 21 1, 26 | creatures is ~manifold, pre-exist in God, as was said above ( 22 1, 45 | and act. For because forms pre-exist in ~matter, "in potentiality," 23 1, 45 | they asserted that they pre-exist "simply." ~Others, however, 24 1, 57 | source of things, all ~things pre-exist supersubstantially in respect 25 1, 57 | Consequently, all material things pre-exist in the angels more ~simply 26 1, 68 | forms to the elements that pre-exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 27 1, 76 | accidental dispositions ~to pre-exist in matter before the substantial 28 1, 46 | and act. For because forms pre-exist in ~matter, "in potentiality," 29 1, 46 | they asserted that they pre-exist "simply." ~Others, however, 30 1, 58 | source of things, all ~things pre-exist supersubstantially in respect 31 1, 58 | Consequently, all material things pre-exist in the angels more ~simply 32 1, 69 | forms to the elements that pre-exist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 33 1, 75 | accidental dispositions ~to pre-exist in matter before the substantial 34 1, 78 | Reply OBJ 3: If the agent pre-exist, it may well happen that 35 1, 78 | But if the agent does not pre-exist, the disposition of the ~ 36 1, 79 | God, "in ~Whom all things pre-exist," as Dionysius says (Div. 37 1, 83 | immaterially as effects ~pre-exist virtually in their cause. 38 1, 83 | themselves without matter, pre-exist immaterially in the separate ~ 39 1, 88 | so far as future ~things pre-exist in their causes or are known 40 1, 90 | way as ~various effects pre-exist in their cause, according 41 1, 90 | An effect may be said to pre-exist in the causal virtues of ~ 42 1, 91 | Further, those things which pre-exist in creatures as to their ~ 43 1, 91 | of the woman did ~indeed pre-exist in these causal virtues, 44 1, 104 | Being, and all other beings pre-exist in Him as in their First ~ 45 1, 116 | whom both matter and form ~pre-exist virtually, as in the primordial 46 2, 20 | its cause. Therefore they pre-exist virtually in actions. Now 47 2, 55 | operation, there must needs pre-exist in the ~operator in respect 48 2, 61 | human virtue must needs pre-exist in God, just as in Him pre-exist 49 2, 61 | pre-exist in God, just as in Him pre-exist the ~types of all things. 50 2, 63 | within, in so ~far as they pre-exist potentially in matter; and 51 2, 63 | virtues and sciences would pre-exist ~in the soul naturally, 52 2, 63 | principles of acquired virtue pre-exist in us by nature. These principles ~ 53 2, 81 | have sinned." Now a man ~pre-exist in his mother as well as 54 2, 82 | all actual sins virtually pre-exist in original sin, ~as in 55 2, 93 | every governor there must ~pre-exist the type of the order of 56 2, 45 | virtue must of necessity ~pre-exist in the reason.~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 45 | practical reason, certain things pre-exist, as ~naturally known principles, 58 3, 33 | which belongs to man did not pre-exist, ~as subsisting in itself, 59 Suppl, 40| perfections of all natural things pre-exist in ~God as their exemplar,


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