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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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operate

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 2: Evil does not operate towards the perfection and 2 1, 75 | But the soul does not ~operate; for, as the Philosopher 3 1, 75 | per se." For nothing can operate ~but what is actual: for 4 1, 75 | Or we may reply that to operate "per ~se" belongs to what 5 1, 75 | that reason be said to ~operate "per se." Hence the operation 6 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to operate belongs to what is in act. 7 1, 77 | is that which is able to ~operate, for every accident denominates 8 1, 77 | is that which is able to operate, and that which does operate. 9 1, 77 | operate, and that which does operate. Wherefore ~the "subject 10 1, 74 | But the soul does not ~operate; for, as the Philosopher 11 1, 74 | per se." For nothing can operate ~but what is actual: for 12 1, 74 | Or we may reply that to operate "per ~se" belongs to what 13 1, 74 | that reason be said to ~operate "per se." Hence the operation 14 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to operate belongs to what is in act. 15 1, 76 | is that which is able to ~operate, for every accident denominates 16 1, 76 | is that which is able to operate, and that which does operate. 17 1, 76 | operate, and that which does operate. Wherefore ~the "subject 18 1, 78 | this ~happens when it can operate of itself. And, even then, 19 1, 78 | owes its being able to operate when it wills, but not so 20 1, 102 | thing is said to move or operate for an end, as though moved ~ 21 1, 102 | are not moved and do not operate uniformly, but some ~contingently 22 1, 104 | Hence angels and demons operate on visible ~matter; not 23 1, 104 | seems that God does not operate any further in the ~operating 24 2, 49 | form be such that it can operate in diverse ~ways, as the 25 2, 50 | belongs also the power to operate, belongs also ~the habit. 26 2, 109 | whereby it is prepared to operate rightly and to enjoy God; ~ 27 2, 111 | rest on opposition. But to operate and ~to cooperate are not 28 2, 111 | the same thing can both operate ~and cooperate. Therefore 29 2, 113 | acquired, the thing begins to ~operate with the form; as fire, 30 2, 114 | proportion, inasmuch as both operate after ~their own manner. 31 2, 18 | wherefrom it begins to operate: for instance we might say 32 2, 166 | soul employs forces that ~operate through bodily organs. Now 33 2, 173 | when these forces cease to operate, the soul is no longer in ~ 34 2, 173 | the vegetative soul do not operate through ~the soul being 35 3, 7 | necessary to man, that he may operate well, ~according to 1 Cor. 36 3, 15 | reason, and causes it to operate, and in ~this way it is 37 3, 19 | powers? Cannot the lesser operate as the ~greater? And can 38 3, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To operate belongs to a subsisting 39 3, 48 | Christ's Passion did not operate by way of ~sacrifice. For 40 3, 48 | consistent for the same agent to ~operate by way of merit and by way 41 3, 48 | actions and sufferings operate instrumentally in virtue 42 3, 49 | sufferings and actions ~operate with Divine power for expelling 43 3, 50 | Christ's death could not operate in this way, because in 44 3, 57 | Divine power be infinite, and operate ~infinitely, so far as the 45 3, 64 | place; and ~no agent can operate immediately where it is 46 3, 71 | office of ~ministers to operate on the unclean, as Dionysius 47 3, 75 | to which it belongs to operate in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 78 | which work the consecration, operate ~sacramentally. Consequently, 49 3, 79 | Because the sacraments operate according to the similitude ~ 50 3, 86 | it ~belongs to grace to operate in man by justifying him 51 3, 90 | is so great that it ~can operate both through one and through 52 Suppl, 18| but ~declare and did not operate the forgiveness of sins. 53 Suppl, 79| perfect, one will be able to ~operate intensely without thereby 54 Suppl, 90| perfectly is it able to ~operate: wherefore the operation 55 Suppl, 90| corruptible body is able to operate more perfectly ~than when


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