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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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builder

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | between the knowledge of the builder who made it, and ~the knowledge 2 1, 14 | as, for ~instance, if a builder consider a house by defining 3 1, 14 | consideration of truth. Hence ~if a builder should consider how a house 4 1, 15 | pre-exists in the mind of the builder. And this may ~be called 5 1, 15 | of the house, since the builder intends to build his ~house 6 1, 15 | whole is ~made; just as a builder cannot conceive the idea 7 1, 15 | house in the mind of the builder, ~is something understood 8 1, 23 | thing. For instance, a ~builder thinks out the definite 9 1, 27 | principle. For when ~we call the builder the principle of the house, 10 1, 27 | first principle were the builder the first principle of the ~ 11 1, 41 | a house is "of" [de] the builder, ~since he is not the consubstantial 12 1, 56 | and the building from the ~builder; whereas in an immanent 13 1, 56 | the angelic minds; as a builder who, if he had intended 14 1, 62 | when, for example, the ~builder chisels the stones for building 15 1, 68 | was constructed by that builder," and then add: "First, 16 1, 73 | operation, as the end of the builder is the house ~that he makes 17 1, 76 | it is accidental to the builder to be white. So ~when we 18 1, 41 | a house is "of" [de] the builder, ~since he is not the consubstantial 19 1, 57 | and the building from the ~builder; whereas in an immanent 20 1, 57 | the angelic minds; as a builder who, if he had intended 21 1, 63 | when, for example, the ~builder chisels the stones for building 22 1, 69 | was constructed by that builder," and then add: "First, 23 1, 72 | operation, as the end of the builder is the house ~that he makes 24 1, 75 | it is accidental to the builder to be white. So ~when we 25 1, 102| something done ~by us, as a builder attains his end by building 26 1, 102| produced, as the end of a builder is not the act of building, ~ 27 1, 103| continues to stand after the builder ~has ceased to build; and 28 1, 103| natural beings: for the builder causes ~the house in its " 29 1, 103| activity of fire; thus a ~builder constructs a house, by making 30 1, 103| depends on the action of the builder. ~The same principle applies 31 2, 16 | building ~is ascribed to the builder, not to his tools. Hence 32 2, 105| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The builder of a new house, the planter 33 2, 108| upon a rock." But a wise builder leaves out nothing that 34 2, 18 | because that is where ~the builder begins his work.~Aquin.: 35 2, 50 | ceases being built by the builder. On the other ~hand, when 36 2, 121| matter, and the end of the ~builder is to introduce into matter 37 2, 135| accomplish it, for instance a builder ~begins to build a house, 38 2, 139| sometimes the end of the ~builder is profit. Accordingly the 39 3, 23 | the ~mental word of the builder in its specific form, but 40 3, 23 | it was in the mind of the builder. In this way every ~creature 41 3, 78 | just as the art-form in the builder's mind is principally the ~


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