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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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forces

   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | these are called "natural" forces. But the powers of the ~ 2 1, 77 | soul are above the natural forces. Therefore we should not 3 1, 77 | should not class the ~above forces as powers of the soul.~Aquin.: 4 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Such forces are called natural, both 5 1, 77 | preservation (although the above forces accomplish these things 6 1, 77 | way); and because those forces perform their actions ~instrumentally, 7 1, 91 | distinction of these two forces in man; so that the female 8 1, 95 | the animals; his "natural forces," which ~liken him to the 9 1, 96 | Further, effects caused by the forces of plants and other natural ~ 10 1, 114 | by means of the natural forces, as stated above (Q[114], ~ 11 1, 114 | in the brain that animal forces culminate: ~wherefore the 12 1, 118 | which are called "natural forces," would be miraculous. Which 13 2, 49 | this reason the natural forces do not perform their ~operations 14 2, 50 | habit: ~because the natural forces are determined to one mode 15 2, 55 | same is to be said of the forces which are common to the ~ 16 2, 55 | and body: and only those forces which are proper to the 17 2, 55 | soul, ~namely, the rational forces, belong to man alone. And 18 2, 68 | it is natural for all the forces in man to ~be moved by the 19 2, 98 | law as men by their own forces could not ~fulfill, so that, 20 2, 108 | oaths, unless necessity forces us to have recourse to them.~ 21 2, 33 | is sorry because someone forces him to do acts of ~virtue 22 2, 94 | make use of the natural forces of bodies in order to ~produce 23 2, 94 | things have ~certain occult forces, the reason of which man 24 2, 94 | lawful to employ such like forces for the alteration of bodies.~ 25 2, 94 | acquire certain occult ~forces resulting from their species 26 2, 94 | Reply OBJ 2: The natural forces of natural bodies result 27 2, 94 | acquire certain active ~forces. On the other hand the forms 28 2, 94 | men to fashion on earth forces capable of carrying ~into 29 2, 96 | he swears to, "and ~yet forces him to swear, he is a murderer: 30 2, 96 | when of his own accord he ~forces another to swear, knowing 31 2, 166 | intellective soul employs forces that ~operate through bodily 32 2, 173 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the forces of the vegetative soul are 33 2, 173 | to be withdrawn from the forces ~of the sensitive soul, 34 2, 173 | to be withdrawn from the forces of the vegetative ~soul. 35 2, 173 | vegetative ~soul. Now when these forces cease to operate, the soul 36 2, 173 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The forces of the vegetative soul do 37 2, 173 | thereon, as do the sensitive forces, but by way of ~nature. 38 3, 32 | reason in plants, where both forces are mingled, there is no ~ 39 Suppl, 47| when by bodily strength one forces a ~person to move; the other 40 Suppl, 88| general active and passive forces which are in the elements


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