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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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effective

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | effect must be found in the effective cause: either in the same ~ 2 1, 4 | therefore God is the first effective cause of things, the perfections 3 1, 5 | we consider in it its ~effective power, whereby it is perfect 4 1, 6 | since God is the first effective cause of all things, it 5 1, 6 | from ~the first exemplary effective and final principle of all 6 1, 9 | imitation, as from the first effective and formal principle; as 7 1, 14 | fact that ~it is the first effective cause of all things, as 8 1, 14 | existence of the first effective cause - viz. God - is His 9 1, 15 | are the determining and effective types of things." Therefore 10 1, 25 | according as it is the effective principle, has the notion 11 1, 36 | formal cause, whether it be effective or motive. It is a final ~ 12 1, 46 | demonstratively ~that God is the effective cause of the world; indeed 13 1, 64 | individual; the other is effective, and ~produces love for 14 1, 47 | demonstratively ~that God is the effective cause of the world; indeed 15 1, 65 | individual; the other is effective, and ~produces love for 16 1, 97 | would have proved a more effective help ~in anything else. 17 2, 83 | power, not indeed as in its effective principle, but as in a ~ 18 2, 91 | reason: and this law was so effective in ~the primitive state, 19 2, 93 | this is ~in itself a most effective restraint; for whatever 20 2, 4 | Hence grace ~is not less effective when it comes to a believer 21 2, 45 | whole, but fails to make an effective command.~Aquin.: SMT SS 22 2, 81 | that our prayers may be effective ~through their prayers and 23 2, 95 | God's will or goodness is effective or experimental and thereby 24 2, 134 | those virtues which are ~effective of good, incline a man more 25 2, 134 | as ~among those that are effective of good, the greater is 26 2, 140 | Further, that which is a very effective means of avoiding sin ~would 27 2, 140 | be sinful. Now the most effective remedy in avoiding ~sin 28 2, 140 | intemperate man. Hence the most effective remedy against intemperance 29 2, 141 | Wherefore any virtue that is ~effective of moderation in some matter 30 2, 172 | man. Wherefore the more effective this ~manifestation is, 31 2, 172 | the truth itself, is more effective than that which is conveyed 32 2, 172 | agent's power is the more ~effective according as it extends 33 2, 184 | Ep. ad Hebr.) "is a most effective remedy in ~repentance." 34 2, 185 | perfect a man is, the more effective is he in these, ~namely 35 3, 2 | corporeal life: one the ~effective principle, and in this way 36 3, 5 | fountain of life, as the first effective ~cause of life; but the 37 3, 21 | Divine will of itself is effective of ~whatever He wishes by 38 3, 30 | excellence. Now, wonder is most effective in drawing the mind's ~attention. 39 3, 56 | Resurrection has instrumentally an effective power not only with ~regard 40 3, 76 | of the form, ~which are effective in this as in the other 41 3, 78 | as being figurative and ~effective thereof.~Aquin.: SMT TP 42 3, 78 | body of ~Christ. But an effective cause is understood as preceding 43 3, 86 | gift of Christ is ~more effective than the sin of Adam. Now, 44 Suppl, 6 | and in order for it to be effective his words must agree with ~ 45 Suppl, 18| the keys, in order to be effective, always requires a disposition 46 Suppl, 19| wicked priests have the effective use of the keys?~(6) Whether 47 Suppl, 25| Whether indulgences are as effective as they claim to be?~(3) 48 Suppl, 25| Whether indulgences are as effective as they claim to be?~Aquin.: 49 Suppl, 25| that indulgences are not as effective as they claim ~to be. For 50 Suppl, 25| seems that they are not as ~effective as they claim to be.~Aquin.: 51 Suppl, 25| if ~indulgences are as effective as they claim to be, a man 52 Suppl, 25| therefore indulgences are not as effective as they claim to ~be, all 53 Suppl, 25| remission of all punishment. The effective cause of the remission is 54 Suppl, 26| answer that, Indulgences are effective, in as much as the works 55 Suppl, 27| individual. ~Therefore they are effective in one who is in mortal 56 Suppl, 51| outwardly; ~and the intention is effective only as directing the material 57 Suppl, 55| case with all equivocal effective causes. Thus, then, the 58 Suppl, 59| Hence they ~are specially effective in dissolving marriages. 59 Suppl, 63| that the ~first was not effective, and thus an injury is done 60 Suppl, 65| circumstance is the more effective in aggravating a sin ~according 61 Suppl, 89| something other than God is the effective ~principle of man, which 62 Suppl, 90| Further, power is more effective when it is united than when ~ 63 Suppl, 90| being in ~matter is more effective when subjected in matter 64 Suppl, 90| separate from matter is ~more effective.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[93] A[ 65 Suppl, 90| and consequently more effective in its operation, and accordingly


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