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pre-existence 2
pre-existent 2
pre-existing 50
pre-exists 34
pre-ordained 20
pre-ordains 3
pre-ordination 5
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34 omit
34 persecution
34 portion
34 pre-exists
34 prepares
34 privilege
34 pursuit
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pre-exists

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | is plain ~that the effect pre-exists virtually in the efficient 2 1, 13| attribute to creatures, pre-exists in God," and in a ~more 3 1, 13| things, in so far as life pre-exists in Him, although ~it pre-exists 4 1, 13| pre-exists in Him, although ~it pre-exists in Him in a more eminent 5 1, 14| in ~any creature, wholly pre-exists and is contained in God 6 1, 15| of the thing to be made ~pre-exists according to its natural 7 1, 15| of the thing to be made pre-exists) according to ~intelligible 8 1, 15| the ~likeness of a house pre-exists in the mind of the builder. 9 1, 22| God, since it ~is eternal, pre-exists; and the effect flows from 10 1, 23| reason of that direction pre-exists in God; as in Him is the 11 1, 26| whether ~true or false, pre-exists wholly and in a more eminent 12 1, 26| beatitude, the whole of ~it pre-exists in the divine beatitude.~ 13 1, 45| agent when no ~potentiality pre-exists. Thus therefore it appears 14 1, 49| unless some other evil pre-exists in the agent or in the ~ 15 1, 57| form, in so far as there ~pre-exists in Him as in its cause whatever 16 1, 76| belongs to the inferior nature pre-exists more perfectly in the ~superior, 17 1, 46| agent when no ~potentiality pre-exists. Thus therefore it appears 18 1, 50| unless some other evil pre-exists in the agent or in the ~ 19 1, 58| form, in so far as there ~pre-exists in Him as in its cause whatever 20 1, 75| belongs to the inferior nature pre-exists more perfectly in the ~superior, 21 1, 78| and virtually, all being pre-exists as in its first cause. And ~ 22 1, 89| potentiality to act, ~any act pre-exists in matter potentially. But 23 1, 90| actually produced. But what pre-exists in the corporeal creature 24 2, 1 | The end, in so far as it pre-exists in the intention, ~pertains 25 2, 4 | imperfect knowledge of the end ~pre-exists in the intellect: through 26 2, 20| or malice. For the effect pre-exists virtually in ~its cause. 27 2, 81| 1~Reply OBJ 1: The child pre-exists in its father as in its 28 2, 93| in every artificer there pre-exists a type of the ~things that 29 2, 55| Reply OBJ 2: Just as there pre-exists in the mind of the craftsman 30 2, 55| his craft, so too there pre-exists in ~the mind an expression 31 3, 2 | comes to the soul which pre-exists, ~yet not accidentally, 32 3, 62| reality, in so far as it pre-exists in ~an act of the soul: 33 3, 84| other sacraments the matter pre-exists, being ~provided by nature, 34 3, 84| matter of this sacrament pre-exists, being provided by ~nature;


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