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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inherent

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | formal cause only, either inherent or exemplar; and its causality 2 1, 8 | thing and most fundamentally inherent in all ~things since it 3 1, 13 | subject and something that is ~inherent. Therefore it apprehends 4 1, 14 | implied any disposition inherent to the subject; but since 5 1, 15 | xlvi),"Such is ~the power inherent in ideas, that no one can 6 1, 18 | any ~form or end naturally inherent in them, but only in respect 7 1, 18 | themselves according to their inherent nature, with ~regard only 8 1, 28 | meaning, signify something inherent in a subject. But relation 9 1, 28 | that in which relation is inherent, but ~only as denoting regard 10 1, 28 | applies to each of them as inherent in a subject, for the ~essence 11 1, 56 | difference ~whether it be inherent in something else, or self-subsisting; 12 1, 60 | secondly ~as an accidental or inherent good. That is loved as a 13 1, 60 | loved as an accidental or inherent good: thus knowledge is ~ 14 1, 75 | sometimes that it be not inherent, as an accident or a ~material 15 1, 75 | per se," which is neither inherent in the above sense, nor 16 1, 57 | difference ~whether it be inherent in something else, or self-subsisting; 17 1, 61 | secondly ~as an accidental or inherent good. That is loved as a 18 1, 61 | loved as an accidental or inherent good: thus knowledge is ~ 19 1, 74 | sometimes that it be not inherent, as an accident or a ~material 20 1, 74 | per se," which is neither inherent in the above ~sense, nor 21 1, 78 | some ~principle formally inherent therein; as we have said 22 1, 96 | corruptible, yet it has an inherent ~disposition which preserves 23 1, 102 | 3: The natural necessity inherent in those beings which are ~ 24 1, 115 | Fate is a disposition inherent to ~changeable things, by 25 1, 115 | Fate is a disposition ~inherent to changeable things."~Aquin.: 26 1, 115 | But fate is a "disposition inherent to ~changeable things," 27 1, 115 | fate "is a ~disposition inherent to changeable things." But 28 2, 2 | universal good. And any good inherent to the soul is a participated 29 2, 2 | perfection of the soul, ~is an inherent good of the soul; but that 30 2, 2 | something intrinsic and inherent to him: but it is less ~ 31 2, 7 | according to that which ~is inherent in the thing, but also according 32 2, 18 | relation to the end, are inherent to the ~action.~Aquin.: 33 2, 70 | but for the sake of their inherent goodness which is delightful ~ 34 2, 72 | than of the inordinateness inherent to sin. Now ~voluntary acts 35 2, 142 | There ~is the disgrace inherent to vice, which consists 36 2, 142 | regards also the ~disgrace inherent to vice. Hence the Philosopher 37 3, 57 | body, not ~through some inherent property in the body, but 38 3, 77 | of individuation of all inherent forms, because, ~since these 39 Suppl, 65| intercourse on account of its inherent pleasure, ~without reference 40 Suppl, 68| Illegitimate intercourse has an inherent inseparable defect ~whereby 41 Suppl, 72| indisposition regards something inherent to ~their substance: as 42 Suppl, 72| does not ~regard something inherent to their substance; as in 43 Suppl, 80| Acts 5:15) not through any inherent property, but by the ~power 44 Suppl, 82| Reply OBJ 3: Quantity is inherent to the glorified body itself, 45 Suppl, 92| that a dowry is ~something inherent to the soul, and directing 46 Suppl, 93| is due to the difficulty inherent to the ~conflict itself


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