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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pre-existing

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | them by their similitudes pre-existing in ~God, is to see them 2 1, 21 | creatures, except for something ~pre-existing in them, or foreknown. Again, 3 1, 23 | choice by the good already pre-existing in the object chosen, the 4 1, 23 | pre-ordained for some on account of pre-existing merits in a former ~life. 5 1, 23 | Para. 3/4~Others said that pre-existing merits in this life are 6 1, 40 | as a form is added to a ~pre-existing subject: but they carry 7 1, 43 | Testament, ~wherein certain pre-existing things are employed to signify 8 1, 45 | is made from something ~pre-existing. And this happens, indeed, 9 1, 45 | a composite thing ~from pre-existing principles; but it means 10 1, 45 | requires in its ~action some pre-existing thing, which can be touched 11 1, 46 | begins to move except by some pre-existing movement. For nature always ~ 12 1, 51 | body, but resolved into pre-existing matter; ~nevertheless Christ 13 1, 55 | but in a measure will be pre-existing to them; ~either according 14 1, 68 | have been ~formed out of pre-existing matter, for if so it would 15 1, 40 | as a form is added to a ~pre-existing subject: but they carry 16 1, 43 | Testament, ~wherein certain pre-existing things are employed to signify 17 1, 46 | is made from something ~pre-existing. And this happens, indeed, 18 1, 46 | a composite thing ~from pre-existing principles; but it means 19 1, 46 | requires in its ~action some pre-existing thing, which can be touched 20 1, 47 | begins to move except by some pre-existing movement. For nature always ~ 21 1, 52 | body, but resolved into pre-existing matter; ~nevertheless Christ 22 1, 56 | but in a measure will be pre-existing to them; ~either according 23 1, 69 | have been ~formed out of pre-existing matter, for if so it would 24 1, 89 | since it cannot be made of pre-existing matter - whether corporeal, ~ 25 1, 89 | neither was ~it made of any pre-existing corporeal or spiritual matter, 26 1, 90 | iii, 19). Therefore as no pre-existing ~body has been formed whereby 27 1, 90 | can it be produced out of pre-existing ~matter, but also that some 28 1, 90 | matter, but also that some pre-existing creature can produce it. ~ 29 1, 90 | only; that is, that out of pre-existing ~matter it can be produced 30 1, 114| be reduced to a further pre-existing cause, from which ~it follows 31 1, 117| essentially distinct from ~the pre-existing form, which was non-subsistent; 32 1, 117| but a perfection of the ~pre-existing soul: and from this it follows 33 1, 117| sensitive and ~nutritive, the pre-existing forms being corrupted.~Aquin.: 34 2, 52 | partake ~more perfectly of a pre-existing form, or it makes the form 35 2, 63 | certain natural principles pre-existing in us, as ~above stated ( 36 2, 109| preconceived end and his ~pre-existing habits, as the Philosopher 37 2, 110| man is moved by the good pre-existing in things; ~and hence man' 38 2, 110| thing has reference to some pre-existing nature, from the fact that ~ 39 2, 110| to its fitness with some pre-existing nature essential or participated. ~ 40 2, 113| the agent, by ~the form pre-existing in it, acts for the removal 41 2, 114| above the virtuality of the ~pre-existing grace, although it is above 42 2, 23 | increase is addition to ~pre-existing magnitude." Therefore the 43 2, 50 | action, by soothing ~the pre-existing anxiety of doubt; whereas 44 3, 4 | and in this way nothing pre-existing would be ~corrupted in it. 45 3, 4 | destruction of anything ~pre-existing, but the hindering what 46 3, 6 | the subsistence, or the pre-existing subsistence of the soul 47 3, 16 | began to be in an ~eternally pre-existing suppositum of the Divine 48 3, 17 | only a new relation of the pre-existing ~personal being to the human 49 3, 33 | human nature, destroy a pre-existing ~hypostasis of human nature 50 3, 76 | sacrament that into which the pre-existing substance of ~the bread


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