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habituation 15
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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habitude

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | potential. Now being implies the habitude of a ~formal cause only, 2 1, 13| mutual natural order and ~habitude. Nevertheless it is necessary 3 1, 13| as when mutual ~order or habitude can only go between things 4 1, 13| it apprehends a ~certain habitude of a thing to itself. And 5 1, 13| as when for instance a habitude exists between two things ~ 6 1, 13| names. For some signify the habitude itself to the creature, 7 1, 13| so far ~as they imply a habitude either principally or consequently, 8 1, 28| other ~predicaments import habitude to that of which they are 9 1, 34| understand" means only the habitude of the ~intelligent agent 10 1, 34| thing understood, in which habitude no trace of ~origin is conveyed, 11 1, 34| speak" means chiefly the ~habitude to the word conceived; for " 12 1, 34| of the word it imports a habitude to the thing ~understood 13 1, 39| does not designate the ~habitude of a formal cause, but rather 14 1, 39| formal cause, but rather the habitude of an efficient or ~material 15 1, 39| taking essence as having the habitude of form, we do not mean ~ 16 1, 39| Sometimes it designates the ~habitude of a form "by" which an 17 1, 39| in" ~strictly denotes the habitude of one containing. Now, 18 1, 39| goodness." ~Nor need the habitude of the final cause (though 19 1, 41| producing a person is ~only the habitude of the principle to the 20 1, 41| the ~ablative imports the habitude of a principle as it is 21 1, 41| D, v), this ~denotes the habitude of a kind of active principle, 22 1, 43| includes two things: the habitude ~of the one sent to the 23 1, 43| sends forth its flowers. The habitude to the term to which he 24 1, 43| according to," denotes the habitude of some cause. But the divine 25 1, 46| power, but from the ~sole habitude of the terms which are not 26 1, 48| remission likewise ~of this habitude is to be taken as contrary 27 1, 39| does not designate the ~habitude of a formal cause, but rather 28 1, 39| formal cause, but rather the habitude of an efficient or ~material 29 1, 39| taking essence as having the habitude of form, we do not mean ~ 30 1, 39| Sometimes it designates the ~habitude of a form "by" which an 31 1, 39| in" ~strictly denotes the habitude of one containing. Now, 32 1, 39| goodness." ~Nor need the habitude of the final cause (though 33 1, 41| producing a person is ~only the habitude of the principle to the 34 1, 41| the ~ablative imports the habitude of a principle as it is 35 1, 41| D, v), this ~denotes the habitude of a kind of active principle, 36 1, 43| includes two things: the habitude ~of the one sent to the 37 1, 43| sends forth its flowers. The habitude to the term to which he 38 1, 43| according to," denotes the habitude ~of some cause. But the 39 1, 47| power, but from the ~sole habitude of the terms which are not 40 1, 49| remission likewise ~of this habitude is to be taken as contrary 41 3, 32| we ~may observe a twofold habitude to Christ. For to the Son 42 3, 32| been conceived, He has a habitude of ~consubstantiality: while 43 3, 32| while to His body He has the habitude of efficient ~cause. And 44 3, 60| sense, as ~implying the habitude of sign: and in this way


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