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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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causis

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | the Philosopher says (De Causis). ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[ 2 1, 5 | to the commentary on De Causis. ~Therefore goodness differs 3 1, 5 | is said by Aristotle (De Causis) that "the first of ~created 4 1, 10 | But, as Aristotle says (De Causis), "God is before ~eternity 5 1, 14 | by ~the Philosopher (De Causis), "Every knower who knows 6 1, 14 | hence it is ~said in De Causis that, "whoever knows his 7 1, 45 | things. For in the book, De Causis (prop. iv) it is said, " 8 1, 45 | Hence also it is said (De Causis prop., iii) that ~"neither 9 1, 50 | 2~Whence it is said (De Causis, prop. 16) that "intelligence 10 1, 55 | than the lower. And in De Causis it is ~said that the higher 11 1, 56 | Further, it is stated in De Causis that "every intelligence 12 1, 56 | contrary, We read in De Causis that "every intelligence 13 1, 57 | because, as is said in De Causis, ~"an intelligence keeps 14 1, 58 | Further, in the book De Causis it is stated that "an intelligence ~ 15 1, 61 | laid down ~in the book De Causis. Therefore the angel is 16 1, 46 | things. For in the book, De Causis (prop. iv) it is said, " 17 1, 46 | Hence also it is said (De Causis prop., iii) that ~"neither 18 1, 51 | 2~Whence it is said (De Causis, prop. 16) that "intelligence 19 1, 56 | than the lower. And in De Causis it is ~said that the higher 20 1, 57 | Further, it is stated in De Causis that "every intelligence 21 1, 57 | contrary, We read in De Causis that "every intelligence 22 1, 58 | because, as is said in De Causis, ~"an intelligence keeps 23 1, 59 | Further, in the book De Causis it is stated that "an intelligence ~ 24 1, 62 | laid down ~in the book De Causis. Therefore the angel is 25 1, 83 | wherefore in the book De ~Causis it is said that "every intelligence 26 1, 88 | mode of its substance" (De Causis viii): for a thing is understood ~ 27 1, 93 | by knowing itself (De Causis xiii). But the soul of the 28 2, 2 | than ~the second cause" (De Causis i). Now the causality of 29 2, 5 | of ~the intelligence (De Causis; Prop. viii) that "it knows 30 2, 17 | stated by Aristotle (De Causis Mot. Animal.) who says ~ 31 2, 50 | substance, as stated in De Causis: and the ~more perfect it 32 2, 67 | thus it is stated in De Causis that "if you take away ~ 33 2, 22 | mode of the container (De Causis xii). On the other hand, 34 2, 35 | weaker it ~becomes" (De Causis xvii). Hence it is evident 35 2, 43 | extends, as stated in De Causis, prop. x, xvii. Wherefore 36 2, 50 | one it is, as proved in De Causis. Now prudence is ~helped 37 3, 6 | Further, as is said (De Causis), the first cause excels 38 3, 75 | As is said in the book De Causis, an effect depends more 39 Suppl, 80| first proposition of De Causis, therefore by God's power ~


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