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1 1, 6 | species and order on others; wherefore these three ~things are 2 1, 9 | regards their existence. ~Wherefore Dionysius says (Div. Nom. 3 1, 10 | nearer it is to the ~first. Wherefore because the second opinion 4 1, 12 | of any corporeal organ. Wherefore the intellect naturally 5 1, 16 | so far ~is it knowable. Wherefore it is said in De Anima iii 6 1, 17 | artificial things on the human. Wherefore artificial ~things are said 7 1, 17 | that of a circle to a man. ~Wherefore the definition of one thing 8 1, 18 | 18] A[2] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Wherefore the Reply to the Third Objection 9 1, 18 | must be ~moved by another. Wherefore that being whose act of 10 1, 18 | living or life of God. Now, wherefore, since all things that have 11 1, 19 | necessary that Socrates sits: wherefore it is not necessary absolutely, ~ 12 1, 19 | after the mode of the cause. Wherefore since the ~Divine Being 13 1, 22 | direct its effect to good; wherefore every ~active cause is a 14 1, 23 | action of ~this latter class. Wherefore, it does not put anything 15 1, 23 | account of something else. ~Wherefore nobody has been so insane 16 1, 23 | to the act of thinking. Wherefore it cannot be said that ~ 17 1, 23 | above shown (Q[22], A[3]). ~Wherefore, that which flows from free-will 18 1, 23 | said of predestination. Wherefore one ought not to say that 19 1, 23 | 23] A[8] Body Para. 3/3~Wherefore we must say otherwise that 20 1, 24 | said above (Q[23], A[1]). ~Wherefore, strictly speaking, the 21 1, 25 | divine essence (Q[7], A[1]). Wherefore, it is necessary that the 22 1, 25 | another is a univocal agent; wherefore it follows ~that the whole 23 1, 25 | of events could happen. Wherefore ~we must simply say that 24 1, 32 | that exceed human reason; wherefore the ~Apostle says that " 25 1, 34 | cannot be called a word: ~wherefore the exterior vocal sound 26 1, 39 | itself unity or multitude; wherefore the ~singularity or plurality 27 1, 39 | begotten, which is false. Wherefore the negative of ~the proposition 28 1, 40 | the person of the Father; wherefore it presupposes the personal 29 1, 41 | designated only by certain acts. Wherefore, to ~signify the order of 30 1, 41 | procession of person from person; wherefore the acts which designate 31 1, 41 | by will, but by nature. Wherefore Hilary says (De Synod.): " 32 1, 41 | essentially or personally. Wherefore, ~with regard to these actions 33 1, 41 | in the divine ~nature. Wherefore the divine nature in the 34 1, 41 | essence of the Father." Wherefore in respect of the essence, 35 1, 41 | matter, which is not in God. Wherefore there can be ~but one subsistent 36 1, 41 | things by one simple act. Wherefore there can ~be but one person 37 1, 41 | as we have explained. ~Wherefore that there are not several 38 1, 42 | nothing else than His essence. Wherefore it ~follows, that if there 39 1, 42 | Father's than the Son's. Wherefore, just as the ~Son has the 40 1, 42 | reference to some principle. Wherefore ~since there are many kinds 41 1, 42 | distinction of the relations. Wherefore Augustine says (Contra Maxim. ~ 42 1, 42 | seen above (Q[30], A[4]). Wherefore all ~the relations together 43 1, 43 | explained above (Q[12], A[12]). Wherefore ~the invisible things of 44 1, 60 | nature of a ~principle. Wherefore, since nature is first in 45 1, 62 | agent striving to attain it; wherefore it ~is looked for from another' 46 1, 63 | skill coupled with deceit. Wherefore it is not evil ~in the fox 47 1, 66 | agent absolutely perfect; wherefore it is said of Him (Dt. ~ 48 1, 67 | nature constitute species: ~wherefore the substantial form always 49 1, 68 | susceptible ~of change of form; wherefore it could not be made out 50 1, 68 | spiritual substances." Wherefore ~it is written (Ps. 148: 51 1, 69 | covered by the ~waters, wherefore it was described as "invisible" [* 52 1, 69 | property, namely, dryness. Wherefore it is written: "He called ~ 53 1, 69 | the production of seed. Wherefore Scripture says pointedly ( 54 1, 70 | nature incorruptible ~bodies: wherefore their matter cannot exist 55 1, 70 | has of ~producing plants. Wherefore Scripture does not say: " 56 1, 70 | movement of ~the spheres. Wherefore Chrysostom says (Hom. vi 57 1, 70 | to that which he ~moves. Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 58 1, 73 | is a time of completion, wherefore it is called "the time of ~ 59 1, 75 | belongs to the composite. ~Wherefore we conclude that as the 60 1, 75 | a thing, is ~that thing; wherefore that which performs the 61 1, 75 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). Wherefore things participate of It 62 1, 75 | and so does the agent; ~wherefore the agent causes matter 63 1, 75 | participated existence. Wherefore some say that they are composed 64 1, 75 | act, by virtue of itself. Wherefore matter ~acquires actual 65 1, 75 | contraries and into contraries. ~Wherefore the heavenly bodies, since 66 1, 76 | so far as it is in act; wherefore a ~thing acts by that whereby 67 1, 76 | highest and noblest of forms. ~Wherefore it excels corporeal matter 68 1, 76 | have said ~above (A[4]). Wherefore it is impossible for any 69 1, 76 | belongs to the whole matter. Wherefore matter, once ~understood 70 1, 76 | means of ~something else. Wherefore the unity of a thing composed 71 1, 76 | that which it actuates: wherefore the soul must be ~in the 72 1, 76 | common to the soul and body; wherefore each of these ~powers need 73 1, 77 | operation is His own ~substance. Wherefore the Divine power which is 74 1, 77 | ultimate term of ~generation. Wherefore, for it to be in potentiality 75 1, 77 | principles of the species; wherefore it is a medium between the 76 1, 77 | such is directed to an act. Wherefore we seek ~to know the nature 77 1, 77 | to the sensitive ~powers; wherefore they direct them and command 78 1, 77 | that which does operate. Wherefore ~the "subject of power" 79 1, 77 | in the accidental form; wherefore the actuality of the ~accidental 80 1, 77 | participation of the intelligence; ~wherefore, according to their natural 81 1, 77 | destruction of the subject. Wherefore, the composite being destroyed, ~ 82 1, 77 | inquiring, not as ~asserting. Wherefore he retracted some things 83 1, 39 | itself unity or multitude; wherefore the ~singularity or plurality 84 1, 39 | begotten, which is false. Wherefore the negative of ~the proposition 85 1, 40 | the person of the Father; wherefore it presupposes the personal 86 1, 41 | designated only by certain acts. Wherefore, to ~signify the order of 87 1, 41 | procession of person from person; wherefore the acts which designate 88 1, 41 | by will, but by nature. Wherefore Hilary says (De Synod.): " 89 1, 41 | essentially or personally. Wherefore, ~with regard to these actions 90 1, 41 | in the divine ~nature. Wherefore the divine nature in the 91 1, 41 | essence of the Father." Wherefore in respect of the essence, 92 1, 41 | matter, which is not in God. Wherefore there can be ~but one subsistent 93 1, 41 | things by one simple act. Wherefore there can ~be but one person 94 1, 41 | as we have explained. ~Wherefore that there are not several 95 1, 42 | nothing else than His essence. Wherefore it ~follows, that if there 96 1, 42 | Father's than the Son's. Wherefore, just as the ~Son has the 97 1, 42 | reference to some principle. Wherefore ~since there are many kinds 98 1, 42 | distinction of the relations. Wherefore Augustine says (Contra Maxim. ~ 99 1, 42 | seen above (Q[30], A[4]). Wherefore all ~the relations together 100 1, 43 | explained above (Q[12], A[12]). Wherefore ~the invisible things of 101 1, 61 | nature of a ~principle. Wherefore, since nature is first in 102 1, 63 | agent striving to attain it; wherefore it ~is looked for from another' 103 1, 64 | skill coupled with deceit. Wherefore it is not evil ~in the fox 104 1, 67 | agent absolutely perfect; wherefore it is said of Him (Dt. ~ 105 1, 68 | nature constitute species: ~wherefore the substantial form always 106 1, 69 | susceptible ~of change of form; wherefore it could not be made out 107 1, 69 | spiritual substances." Wherefore ~it is written (Ps. 148: 108 1, 70 | covered by the ~waters, wherefore it was described as "invisible" [* 109 1, 70 | property, namely, dryness. Wherefore it is written: "He called ~ 110 1, 70 | the production of seed. Wherefore Scripture says pointedly ( 111 1, 71 | nature incorruptible ~bodies: wherefore their matter cannot exist 112 1, 71 | has of ~producing plants. Wherefore Scripture does not say: " 113 1, 71 | movement of ~the spheres. Wherefore Chrysostom says (Hom. vi 114 1, 71 | to that which he ~moves. Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 115 1, 72 | is a time of completion, wherefore it is called "the time of ~ 116 1, 74 | belongs to the composite. ~Wherefore we conclude that as the 117 1, 74 | a thing, is ~that thing; wherefore that which performs the 118 1, 74 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v). Wherefore things participate of It 119 1, 74 | and so does the agent; ~wherefore the agent causes matter 120 1, 74 | participated existence. Wherefore some say that they are composed 121 1, 74 | act, by virtue of itself. Wherefore matter ~acquires actual 122 1, 74 | contraries and into contraries. ~Wherefore the heavenly bodies, since 123 1, 75 | so far as it is in act; wherefore a ~thing acts by that whereby 124 1, 75 | highest and noblest of forms. ~Wherefore it excels corporeal matter 125 1, 75 | have said ~above (A[4]). Wherefore it is impossible for any 126 1, 75 | belongs to the whole matter. Wherefore matter, once ~understood 127 1, 75 | means of ~something else. Wherefore the unity of a thing composed 128 1, 75 | that which it actuates: wherefore the soul must be ~in the 129 1, 75 | common to the soul and body; wherefore each of these powers need 130 1, 76 | operation is His own ~substance. Wherefore the Divine power which is 131 1, 76 | ultimate term of ~generation. Wherefore, for it to be in potentiality 132 1, 76 | principles of the species; wherefore it is a medium between the 133 1, 76 | such is directed to an act. Wherefore we seek ~to know the nature 134 1, 76 | to the sensitive ~powers; wherefore they direct them and command 135 1, 76 | that which does operate. Wherefore ~the "subject of power" 136 1, 76 | in the accidental form; wherefore the actuality of the ~accidental 137 1, 76 | participation of the intelligence; ~wherefore, according to their natural 138 1, 76 | destruction of the subject. Wherefore, the composite being destroyed, ~ 139 1, 76 | inquiring, not as ~asserting. Wherefore he retracted some things 140 1, 77 | all being in universal. Wherefore it is ~evident that the 141 1, 77 | own nature, for something; wherefore by its natural appetite ~ 142 1, 77 | organs for the powers; wherefore there are not various powers 143 1, 77 | the ~exterior sensible. Wherefore the exterior cause of such 144 1, 77 | reverse with dry things. Wherefore, since the sensitive power 145 1, 77 | discovers these intentions. Wherefore it is also called the ~" 146 1, 77 | things must know both. Wherefore the discerning judgment 147 1, 78 | understanding is His very Being. Wherefore in God alone is His intellect ~ 148 1, 78 | power of ~intelligence. Wherefore it follows not that the 149 1, 78 | needs be an infinite being. Wherefore every ~created intellect 150 1, 78 | corrupted and generated. Wherefore the angelic intellect ~is 151 1, 78 | body as united to the soul. Wherefore ~nothing prevents such a 152 1, 78 | need for an active sense. Wherefore it is clear that in ~the 153 1, 78 | 79] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Wherefore some held that this intellect, 154 1, 78 | perfect than the human soul. ~Wherefore we must say that in the 155 1, 78 | A[3]; FS, Q[3], A[7]). Wherefore the ~human soul derives 156 1, 78 | immaterial in potentiality. ~Wherefore nothing prevents one and 157 1, 78 | belonging to the human species. Wherefore all men enjoy in common ~ 158 1, 78 | is intelligible exists. ~Wherefore every thing of which the 159 1, 78 | not actually understood: wherefore it would not be possible 160 1, 78 | of any corporeal ~organ. Wherefore the Philosopher says (De 161 1, 78 | by a present ~sensible: wherefore at the same time an animal 162 1, 78 | all are in potentiality." Wherefore the ~passive intellect is 163 1, 78 | that of passive and active. Wherefore it is clear that memory 164 1, 78 | child and its ~parent." Wherefore it is clear that Augustine 165 1, 78 | medium and reaches the end. Wherefore the higher and lower ~reasons 166 1, 78 | aspect of being and truth. Wherefore it perfectly knows ~necessary 167 1, 78 | transcends the act of the reason. Wherefore he also says ~that reason 168 1, 78 | explains (Ethic. vi, 6). Wherefore the ~first practical principles, 169 1, 78 | synderesis" as to a habit. Wherefore we ~judge naturally both 170 1, 78 | something is done by some act. Wherefore from ~this explanation of 171 1, 78 | knowledge to what we ~do. Wherefore, properly speaking, conscience 172 1, 79 | inclination to something. Wherefore each power desires by the ~ 173 1, 79 | the thing apprehended: ~wherefore the apprehended appetible 174 1, 79 | except as it is ~apprehended. Wherefore differences in the thing 175 1, 79 | something because it is good. ~Wherefore the Philosopher says (Rhetoric. 176 1, 80 | rather likened to movement. Wherefore by sensual movement we ~ 177 1, 80 | fight against obstacles. ~Wherefore also the passions of the 178 1, 80 | sensuality does not obey reason, wherefore it is ~signified by the 179 1, 80 | individual ~intentions. Wherefore in man the sensitive appetite 180 1, 80 | to the universal reason: wherefore in ~syllogistic matters 181 1, 80 | by virtue ~of the first: wherefore the lower appetite is not 182 1, 81 | extends to opposite things. Wherefore in this respect ~it is rather 183 1, 81 | Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, 9). Wherefore the ~desire of the ultimate 184 1, 81 | is higher than the will. ~Wherefore the love of God is better 185 1, 81 | the ~idea of good itself: wherefore even good is something true. 186 1, 81 | its act, and its object. Wherefore ~the intellect understands 187 1, 81 | is directed against vice. Wherefore Jerome commenting on Mt. 188 1, 82 | have said (Q[81], A[3]). Wherefore ~this is in no way prejudicial 189 1, 82 | happiness (Q[82], AA[1],2). Wherefore it is against the very notion 190 1, 82 | to good and ~evil choice: wherefore it is impossible for free-will 191 1, 82 | which is called useful: wherefore since good, as ~such, is 192 1, 82 | the knowledge of another: wherefore, properly speaking, ~we 193 1, 82 | appetite ~for something: wherefore the will is said to regard 194 1, 82 | obtaining something else: wherefore, properly speaking, it regards 195 1, 82 | desired on account of the end. Wherefore it is evident that as the 196 1, 82 | and to be in movement. ~Wherefore it belongs also to the same 197 1, 83 | of the science of morals; wherefore we shall treat of them ~ 198 1, 83 | or a horse, or the like. Wherefore he said that ~sciences and 199 1, 83 | mode of the agent's form. Wherefore ~he concluded that the things 200 1, 83 | Metaph. ix ~(Did. viii, 9): wherefore neither is a power known 201 1, 83 | determined to some one thing. Wherefore it is clear that ~knowledge 202 1, 83 | and determinate essence. ~Wherefore although the essence of 203 1, 83 | through innate species: wherefore in the book De ~Causis it 204 1, 83 | the act of understanding. ~Wherefore we must say that the cognitive 205 1, 83 | the mind of the learner. Wherefore when ~he answers the truth 206 1, 83 | in order to understand: wherefore to no purpose would it be ~ 207 1, 83 | actually intelligible. ~Wherefore there is no comparison between 208 1, 83 | sufficed for ~knowledge. Wherefore Augustine says (De Trin. 209 1, 83 | use of a corporeal organ. Wherefore it is clear that for the 210 1, 83 | proportioned to ~the thing known. Wherefore the proper object of the 211 1, 83 | individual horse, and so ~forth. Wherefore the nature of a stone or 212 1, 83 | said ~above (Q[79], A[6]). Wherefore for us to understand actually, 213 1, 83 | of an individual thing; ~wherefore the imagination does not 214 1, 84 | composition, expressed by a word. Wherefore the concept ~conveyed by 215 1, 84 | substance through accidents. ~Wherefore the universal thus considered, 216 1, 84 | the mode of the ~thing. Wherefore something on the part of 217 1, 84 | power of understanding, ~wherefore it is said (De Anima ii, 218 1, 84 | privation of divisibility. Wherefore a point is defined by ~way 219 1, 84 | is the measure of number: wherefore it is included in the ~definition 220 1, 85 | proposition "Socrates is a man." Wherefore the reply to the ~first 221 1, 85 | in a ~more eminent way. Wherefore what the sense knows materially 222 1, 85 | as is said Ethic. ii, 1. Wherefore ~it would not be possible 223 1, 86 | is the angelic ~essence. Wherefore although there is a logical 224 1, 86 | understanding is ~comprised. Wherefore the intellect can understand 225 1, 89 | 1],8; ~and Q[75], A[1]), wherefore it is evidently false that 226 1, 89 | differs in ~something; wherefore we seek for difference where 227 1, 89 | subsisting in its own existence. Wherefore ~only substances are properly 228 1, 89 | explained (Q[75], A[2]). Wherefore it is competent to be and 229 1, 89 | soul would be ~corruptible. Wherefore the soul cannot in any way 230 1, 90 | heavenly body is impassible; wherefore it does not enter into the ~ 231 1, 90 | produce matter by ~creation: wherefore He alone can produce a form 232 1, 90 | life, of infinite variety. Wherefore ~the hand is called by Aristotle ( 233 1, 90 | were done all at one time; wherefore according to him man's ~ 234 1, 91 | in plants is generation. Wherefore ~we observe that in these 235 1, 91 | of the whole human race. Wherefore Paul says that "God made 236 1, 91 | She was taken out of ~man, wherefore a man shall leave father 237 1, 91 | the head of ~the woman. Wherefore it was suitable for the 238 1, 91 | her origin from ~Christ. Wherefore the Apostle says (Eph. 5: 239 1, 91 | determinate mode of proceeding. Wherefore from ~determinate matter 240 1, 91 | the Divine Power alone. Wherefore Eve is ~not called the daughter 241 1, 91 | essence of matter itself. Wherefore multiplication of matter 242 1, 91 | 92] A[3] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Wherefore, as no rarefaction is apparent 243 1, 91 | human semen of man or woman. Wherefore from ~any other matter an 244 1, 92 | imitation of something else; ~wherefore, for instance, an egg, however 245 1, 92 | only against another part. Wherefore, when we say that the intellectual ~ 246 1, 92 | creatures none are nearer." Wherefore this does not mean that ~ 247 1, 92 | understands ~and loves Himself. Wherefore we see that the image of 248 1, 92 | the likeness of ~glory. Wherefore on the words, "The light 249 1, 92 | and plants in ~another. Wherefore it is manifest that the 250 1, 92 | excels other creatures; wherefore this image of God ~is not 251 1, 92 | the image of the king. ~Wherefore there is no need to consider 252 1, 92 | is no sexual distinction. Wherefore the Apostle (Col. ~3:10), 253 1, 92 | corporeal or spiritual vision. ~Wherefore the procession of the Holy 254 1, 92 | the habits and powers. Wherefore, Augustine says (De Trin. ~ 255 1, 92 | by the beatific vision; wherefore it is written (2 Cor. ~3: 256 1, 92 | representation of the ~species. Wherefore we need to seek in the image 257 1, 92 | as the good and the true. Wherefore, as the good ~can be compared 258 1, 93 | and shuns unhappiness. Wherefore no one who ~sees the Essence 259 1, 93 | be impeded by the lower. ~Wherefore the first man was not impeded 260 1, 93 | as is written Wis. 9:15. Wherefore the ~separate soul can see 261 1, 93 | perfect and govern the body; wherefore the ~first man is said to 262 1, 93 | by turning to phantasms. Wherefore this mode of ~understanding 263 1, 93 | to ~direct our own lives. Wherefore the first man was endowed 264 1, 93 | the state of innocence. ~Wherefore man would have been deceived 265 1, 94 | which is good and evil. Wherefore some passions of the soul 266 1, 94 | Virtues ~(FS, Q[63], A[2]). Wherefore the rectitude of the primitive 267 1, 94 | of ~the primitive state. Wherefore such virtues existed as 268 1, 95 | things by the superior. ~Wherefore, as man, being made to the 269 1, 95 | master and not ~of a subject. Wherefore man had no mastership over 270 1, 95 | one attends only to one. Wherefore the Philosopher ~says, in 271 1, 95 | the same one to another." Wherefore Augustine says (De Civ. ~ 272 1, 96 | generation, and ~growth. Wherefore such operations befitted 273 1, 96 | have been no faecal matter. Wherefore there was need for ~voiding 274 1, 96 | of extraneous ~nutriment. Wherefore Augustine says (De Civ. 275 1, 97 | corruptible in the individual. Wherefore there ~is no generation 276 1, 97 | also in the individual; wherefore even the ~individuals are 277 1, 97 | Creator of ~the human soul. Wherefore, to provide for the multiplication 278 1, 97 | and a passive principle. Wherefore, since wherever there is ~ 279 1, 97 | entirely subject to reason. Wherefore Augustine says (De Civ. 280 1, 97 | spiritualized in soul and body. ~Wherefore there is no parallel.~Aquin.: 281 1, 98 | believe rests on authority. Wherefore, in making any ~assertion, 282 1, 98 | naturally a larger brain. Wherefore ~it is natural, on account 283 1, 99 | called the sin of nature, wherefore it is transmitted from the 284 1, 99 | case only with ~the damned. Wherefore neither would the parents 285 1, 100 | of the sensitive powers; wherefore, while ~the senses are tired 286 1, 100 | the humidity of the brain; wherefore they have perfect use neither 287 1, 101 | regard only to his beatitude. Wherefore he was not placed from the ~ 288 1, 101 | which was for man's good; ~wherefore paradise was ordered to 289 1, 102 | end; which is to govern. ~Wherefore the unfailing order we observe 290 1, 102 | end unknown to the arrow. Wherefore, as the ~movement of the 291 1, 102 | nature is somewhat violent. ~Wherefore, as the violent necessity 292 1, 102 | has the nature of an end; wherefore, a particular end ~of anything 293 1, 102 | such by participation. ~Wherefore that good which is the end 294 1, 102 | enters into possession. Wherefore nothing ~prevents something 295 1, 102 | caused by the ~mover." Wherefore dissimilarity of movements 296 1, 102 | moving others to be good. Wherefore there are two ~effects of 297 1, 102 | above (Q[44], AA[1],2). Wherefore, as there can be nothing 298 1, 102 | as we have shown (A[2]). Wherefore, as ~there can be nothing 299 1, 102 | constitutes the nature of chance. Wherefore ~to show how things happen 300 1, 102 | perfection of causality. Wherefore all that is effected by 301 1, 102 | received from the archer. ~Wherefore every agent, whether natural 302 1, 103 | it ~exists in the fire. Wherefore if it were to be reduced 303 1, 103 | given the action of the sun. Wherefore the ~potentiality to not-being 304 1, 103 | creatures; but by His free-will. Wherefore, as without prejudice to 305 1, 103 | extends to the infinite. Wherefore the Philosopher proves ( 306 1, 103 | of things in ~existence. Wherefore we must conclude by denying 307 1, 103 | Whom existence is derived. ~Wherefore the infinite duration of 308 1, 104 | 14], A[2]; Q[44], A[2]); wherefore if a composite thing be ~ 309 1, 104 | effects is due to God; wherefore since God ordains other 310 1, 104 | produced by any created cause. ~Wherefore, since bodies are moved 311 1, 104 | than to the ~one moved; wherefore homicide is not ascribed 312 1, 104 | subjects to the common weal. ~Wherefore in both ways it belongs 313 1, 104 | cause is subjected to cause. Wherefore a higher ~cause is not subjected 314 1, 104 | another order of ~things. Wherefore God can do something outside 315 1, 104 | it is not against nature. Wherefore ~Augustine says (Contra 316 1, 104 | but unknown to others. Wherefore a thing is wonderful to ~ 317 1, 104 | and this cause is God. ~Wherefore those things which God does 318 1, 105 | that the prophet speaks; wherefore he adds: "They shall ~teach 319 1, 111 | hinder but helps the other. Wherefore Gregory says (Moral. ~ii) 320 1, 112 | immediately by the Word of God: ~wherefore He needed not be guarded 321 1, 112 | have said above (AA[1],4). Wherefore from the very moment ~of 322 1, 112 | not perfect ~happiness: wherefore it is written (Apoc. 21: 323 1, 112 | of his life, he wills it. Wherefore this is voluntary ~rather 324 1, 112 | Divine wisdom thereupon. Wherefore forasmuch as ~they consult 325 1, 113 | guardianship of the ~angels. Wherefore (4 Kgs. 6:16), Eliseus said 326 1, 113 | certain ~definite time: wherefore (Lk. 4:13) it is written: " 327 1, 114 | and ~as it were universal; wherefore he said that these separate 328 1, 114 | proper to an act as such; ~wherefore every agent produces its 329 1, 114 | limited and ~particular. Wherefore if the form of fire were 330 1, 114 | form, as its ~instrument: wherefore its action can terminate 331 1, 114 | bodies are the most perfect: wherefore the word ~"nature" has been 332 1, 114 | disposed to the male sex; wherefore it is formed sometimes into 333 1, 114 | disturbed cannot see well. ~Wherefore if the intellect and will 334 1, 114 | inferior apprehensive powers: wherefore if the imaginative, cogitative, ~ 335 1, 114 | not differ from ~sense. Wherefore some of these said that " 336 1, 114 | passions by his free-will. Wherefore ~the astrologers themselves 337 1, 114 | De Somn. et Vigil. iii]: wherefore it is the most ~subject 338 1, 114 | animal forces culminate: ~wherefore the demons, according to 339 1, 114 | produced by heavenly agents. ~Wherefore it seems that in such things 340 1, 114 | heavenly body is not infinite. Wherefore it ~requires a determinate 341 1, 115 | terminates in some one thing. Wherefore it is impossible ~for that 342 1, 115 | of a natural principle: wherefore ~its effects in this world 343 1, 115 | denies the existence of fate: wherefore the first ~objection's solution 344 1, 115 | except as dependent on God. Wherefore the Divine power or will 345 1, 115 | dependent on Divine Providence. Wherefore the Egyptians said that 346 1, 115 | happen, it will happen." Wherefore Boethius, ~having said that 347 1, 116 | what he knew not before. Wherefore ~anyone who teaches, leads 348 1, 116 | a natural active cause. Wherefore ~knowledge need not be an 349 1, 116 | primordial cause of both. Wherefore of the ~angels also we have 350 1, 116 | move the ~higher heaven. Wherefore, since the soul is by its 351 1, 117 | 118] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Wherefore to be made is proper to 352 1, 117 | semen, as in other ~animals; wherefore the Philosopher says (De 353 1, 118 | be in its proper matter; wherefore all things that can be generated ~ 354 1, 118 | 119] A[1] Body Para. 5/6~Wherefore others have said that the 355 1, 118 | the place of what is lost. Wherefore just as ~that which was 356 1, 118 | the blood, and the like. Wherefore if such be ~taken away, 357 1, 118 | fire is said to be fed. Wherefore if the entire matter ~together 358 1, 118 | that generates its like. ~Wherefore in order for a man to be 359 2, 1 | is master of his actions. Wherefore those ~actions alone are 360 2, 1 | object of sight is color: wherefore just as the ~first visible 361 2, 1 | respect of potentiality; wherefore things composed of matter 362 2, 1 | terminus of the movement. ~Wherefore heating, as an action, is 363 2, 1 | necessity ~be removed also. Wherefore the Philosopher proves ( 364 2, 1 | and advances to some term. Wherefore ~the Philosopher proves ( 365 2, 1 | or unity be added to it. Wherefore in such ~like things nothing 366 2, 1 | both of nature and of art. Wherefore every beginning ~of perfection 367 2, 2 | ordained to man as to its end. Wherefore in the order of ~nature, 368 2, 2 | results, as stated above. ~Wherefore man seeks to be honored 369 2, 2 | cause of the things known. Wherefore the perfection of human 370 2, 2 | proper and perfect good. Wherefore some happiness might consist ~ 371 2, 2 | means ~he may do his work. Wherefore all goods of the body are 372 2, 2 | goodness by participation. Wherefore ~God alone can satisfy the 373 2, 3 | last act of the operator, wherefore the Philosopher ~calls it " 374 2, 3 | cannot be attained by man. Wherefore the Philosopher, in placing 375 2, 3 | happiness consists in ~peace; wherefore it is written (Ps. 147:3): " 376 2, 3 | vision, but a visible thing. Wherefore, ~from the very fact that 377 2, 3 | Posterior Analytics (ii, 15). Wherefore the entire consideration ~ 378 2, 3 | united to its principle: wherefore a circle is said to be a 379 2, 3 | stated in FP, Q[90], A[3]. ~Wherefore the final perfection of 380 2, 3 | according to De Anima iii, 6. Wherefore the intellect attains ~perfection, 381 2, 3 | desire to seek the cause. Wherefore it is not yet ~perfectly 382 2, 4 | rest in the good attained. Wherefore, since happiness is nothing ~ 383 2, 4 | which results in ~delight: wherefore its purpose is directed 384 2, 4 | finite, is itself finite. Wherefore God cannot be thus comprehended ~ 385 2, 4 | the end already gained. Wherefore even vision ~itself, or 386 2, 4 | form compared to matter. ~Wherefore, just as matter cannot receive 387 2, 4 | what makes the will right. Wherefore it is evident that ~Happiness 388 2, 4 | are in God's presence; wherefore the text continues: "But 389 2, 4 | in the FP, Q[12], A[3]. Wherefore, since man's perfect ~Happiness 390 2, 4 | belong to ~man's perfection. Wherefore though the body does not 391 2, 4 | natural form of the body. ~Wherefore the soul retains that natural 392 2, 4 | of any individual ~part: wherefore, either the part ceases 393 2, 4 | is the reward of virtue; wherefore it is ~written (Jn. 13:17): " 394 2, 4 | the love of our neighbor. Wherefore if there ~were but one soul 395 2, 5 | truth in material things: ~wherefore "he understands the intelligible 396 2, 5 | naturally shrinks from death. Wherefore it is ~impossible to have 397 2, 5 | which are called merits. Wherefore also according to the Philosopher ~( 398 2, 5 | see the Divine Essence; wherefore they desire it not. ~Therefore 399 2, 5 | respect, not all desire it. Wherefore the reply to the first ~ 400 2, 6 | end is imprinted on it. Wherefore such like things are not 401 2, 6 | moved to the end at once. Wherefore the voluntary in ~its perfection 402 2, 6 | as stated above (A[4]): wherefore ~violence cannot make that 403 2, 6 | through fear of the danger: wherefore it is clear that it is voluntary ~ 404 2, 7 | is called its accident. ~Wherefore the circumstances of human 405 2, 7 | implies some kind of relation: wherefore the Philosopher says (Ethic. 406 2, 7 | affixed to the ~act itself. Wherefore Gregory of Nyssa [*Nemesius, 407 2, 7 | moves the ~agent to act. Wherefore the moral act is specified 408 2, 8 | be ~apprehended as good. Wherefore the Philosopher says (Phys. 409 2, 8 | to evil, by shunning it. Wherefore the ~actual desire of good 410 2, 8 | described as "nolition": wherefore, just as volition is of 411 2, 8 | object of the will ~is good. Wherefore the will can be directed 412 2, 8 | a ~being in the reason, wherefore negations and privations 413 2, 8 | will is directed to them. Wherefore the Philosopher says (Ethic. ~ 414 2, 8 | willed in itself is the end. ~Wherefore volition, properly speaking, 415 2, 8 | as referred ~to the end. Wherefore the will is directed to 416 2, 8 | the end, as the terminus. Wherefore just as natural movement ~ 417 2, 8 | sake of something else: wherefore the ~act of the will can 418 2, 9 | being fitting or ~unfitting. Wherefore as the Philosopher says ( 419 2, 9 | to a certain disposition. Wherefore according as man is ~affected 420 2, 9 | reference to singulars. ~Wherefore from the very fact that 421 2, 9 | moves itself ~and is moved: wherefore neither is it in act and 422 2, 9 | not go on to ~infinity. Wherefore we must, of necessity, suppose 423 2, 9 | principle unmoved by another. Wherefore though the voluntary ~act 424 2, 9 | respect, as we have shown. Wherefore it needs to be moved ~by 425 2, 9 | bound to a bodily organ: wherefore it follows that the ~will 426 2, 9 | the act of a bodily organ. Wherefore there is no reason why ~ 427 2, 9 | the cause of its nature. Wherefore it is said in Phys. vii, ~ 428 2, 9 | ordained to the universal good. Wherefore nothing else can be the ~ 429 2, 10 | as to their principle. Wherefore, taking nature in ~this 430 2, 10 | and to the entire man. Wherefore man ~wills naturally not 431 2, 10 | Aristotle, Phys. iii, 1). Wherefore that which belongs ~to, 432 2, 10 | color actually visible. Wherefore if color be offered to ~ 433 2, 10 | the ~object of the will. Wherefore if the will be offered an 434 2, 10 | means of a particular cause: wherefore the universal reason ~does 435 2, 10 | good apprehended by sense. ~Wherefore he can be moved to some 436 2, 10 | because His power is infinite; wherefore it is written (Rm. ~9:19): " 437 2, 10 | the nature of things." ~Wherefore it moves all things in accordance 438 2, 11 | appeal most to the senses: wherefore it seems that the word ~" 439 2, 11 | of the appetitive power. Wherefore it is evident that fruition 440 2, 11 | to the appetitive power. ~Wherefore the appetitive power moves 441 2, 11 | other powers to their acts. Wherefore it is clear that ~things 442 2, 11 | of the Holy Ghost in us, wherefore they are called "fruits 443 2, 12 | shown above (Q[9], A[1]). Wherefore it is ~evident that intention, 444 2, 12 | manifest to him ~who intends. Wherefore works are called darkness 445 2, 12 | towards an end, not rest. ~Wherefore the comparison proves nothing.~ 446 2, 12 | available for more purposes: wherefore one ~thing can be chosen 447 2, 12 | stated above (A[1], ad 3). Wherefore where we have many things 448 2, 12 | something common to both; wherefore nothing hinders the man 449 2, 12 | belongs to reason alone. Wherefore irrational ~animals do not 450 2, 13 | imposed by the higher power. Wherefore ~choice is substantially 451 2, 13 | irrational animals have. Wherefore ~irrational animals are 452 2, 13 | determinate to that thing. ~Wherefore as soon as an animal, whether 453 2, 13 | movable, caused by a mover." Wherefore the power of the mover appears 454 2, 13 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. ii, 9). Wherefore the end, as such, is not 455 2, 13 | physician health is the end: wherefore it is not a matter of choice 456 2, 13 | physician produces health ~(wherefore the production of health 457 2, 13 | from a possible principle. Wherefore an end ~cannot be possible, 458 2, 13 | be something ~impossible. Wherefore the complete act of the 459 2, 14 | without previous inquiry: wherefore ~the reason must of necessity 460 2, 14 | inquiry has no place in God; ~wherefore in this respect it is not 461 2, 14 | looked ~upon as an end. Wherefore if counsel is taken about 462 2, 14 | to consider these things. Wherefore the ~inquiry of counsel 463 2, 14 | light of a ~conclusion. Wherefore that which presents itself 464 2, 15 | the last end ~naturally: wherefore the application of the appetitive 465 2, 15 | function of the higher ~reason. Wherefore as long as a man is uncertain 466 2, 16 | members to these ~operations. Wherefore, properly speaking, they 467 2, 16 | order to the thing willed. Wherefore those things ~that are naturally 468 2, 16 | realization of the thing ~willed. Wherefore it is evident that use follows 469 2, 17 | the proper ~act of reason. Wherefore it is impossible that irrational 470 2, 17 | from the directing ~reason; wherefore his impulse is one of command. 471 2, 17 | naturally to pursue or to avoid. Wherefore they are directed by ~another 472 2, 17 | stated ~above (Q[16], A[4]). Wherefore still more does it precede 473 2, 17 | only in a certain respect. Wherefore ~those things that are one 474 2, 17 | command or not to command: wherefore it fluctuates ~between the 475 2, 17 | for all the powers too. Wherefore man, in ~so far as he is 476 2, 17 | way of apprehensive power. Wherefore those acts that ~proceed 477 2, 17 | acts of the vegetal soul; wherefore Gregory of Nyssa ~(Nemesius, 478 2, 17 | states (Phys. ~viii, 4). Wherefore this movement is called " 479 2, 18 | a certain ~multiplicity. Wherefore it happens with some things, 480 2, 18 | knowledge and movement: ~wherefore if any man be lacking in 481 2, 18 | its due circumstances. ~Wherefore if something be wanting 482 2, 18 | appropriate another's property. ~Wherefore in so far as the object 483 2, 18 | is the reverse the case. Wherefore one of these ~species is 484 2, 18 | determination of the other. Wherefore one of these species will 485 2, 18 | absolute ~and less contracted. Wherefore also the parts of a definition 486 2, 18 | actions, ~which is the reason. Wherefore if the object of an action 487 2, 18 | belongs also to its ~species. Wherefore although an action's specific 488 2, 18 | is in accord with reason; wherefore it has the character of 489 2, 18 | is neither good nor bad. Wherefore it can be ~made good or 490 2, 18 | discordant with ~reason. Wherefore to take what belongs to 491 2, 19 | first of all in the end: wherefore the goodness ~of the end, 492 2, 19 | salvation, it does ~not bind; wherefore in such cases the will which 493 2, 19 | is done for God's sake. Wherefore, since the goodness of the 494 2, 19 | willed by him, it is evil. Wherefore ~his will is evil. If, however, 495 2, 19 | the intention of the end. Wherefore another gloss ~says on the 496 2, 19 | under the aspect of justice. Wherefore in regard to such things 497 2, 19 | A[10] R.O. 2 Para. 2/5~Wherefore the reply to the Third Objection 498 2, 20 | as its efficient cause. ~Wherefore the goodness of the act 499 2, 20 | because it procures health. Wherefore there are not two goodnesses, 500 2, 20 | end or reaching its term. Wherefore the will is not ~perfect,


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