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1 1, 2 | derived from His effects; ~consequently, in demonstrating the existence 2 1, 2 | be no first mover, and, consequently, no other mover; seeing 3 1, 2 | generated, and to corrupt, and consequently, they are ~possible to be 4 1, 2 | something noblest and, consequently, something which is uttermost ~ 5 1, 3 | in it than has humanity. Consequently humanity and a man ~are 6 1, 3 | represented by divers things; ~consequently, composition is accidental 7 1, 4 | subsistent (Q[3], A[4]). Consequently, He must contain within ~ 8 1, 5 | which is ~desirable; and consequently of ultimate perfection. 9 1, 5 | desired except being; and consequently ~nothing is good except 10 1, 5 | aptitude for, goodness. Consequently, to be ~desirable is not 11 1, 5 | namely, the form; and ~consequently goodness is praised as beauty. 12 1, 7 | was the first principle; consequently they ~attributed to the 13 1, 10 | its changelessness; and ~consequently its measure does not contain " 14 1, 13 | divine essence directly, and consequently the corresponding habitudes, 15 1, 13 | habitude either principally or consequently, but not as ~signifying 16 1, 16 | seems to be true is so. Consequently mutual ~contradictories 17 1, 16 | intellect as their principle. Consequently ~there are various definitions 18 1, 16 | an opinion changes, and consequently the truth ~of the proposition. 19 1, 19 | His will is manifold, and ~consequently His existence, which is 20 1, 19 | Him after the same mode. ~Consequently, they proceed from Him after 21 1, 19 | wills all men to live; but consequently ~wills the murderer to be 22 1, 19 | all men to be saved, but consequently wills some to be damned, 23 1, 19 | what is meant by willing consequently. Thus it may be said that 24 1, 25 | above (Q[7], A[1]); and ~consequently so also His power. It does 25 1, 28 | infinitely multiplied, and consequently also the relations understood. ~ 26 1, 30 | paternity or to filiation; and consequently ~that procession belongs 27 1, 32 | father of the universe, they consequently ~maintained the existence 28 1, 33 | begotten, or offspring; and ~consequently, he of whom is the word, 29 1, 33 | shows ~that generation, and consequently paternity, is applied to 30 1, 34 | understands and is understood, and consequently ~is spoken by the Word.~ 31 1, 34 | belongs to ~the Son; and consequently to be Word is not proper 32 1, 34 | signify the speaker, and consequently, relation to creatures, 33 1, 39 | Godhead" is used adjectively. ~Consequently, although there are "three 34 1, 39 | does not beget," is true. ~Consequently, it does not follow that 35 1, 39 | essence as an abstract form. ~Consequently, what properly belongs to 36 1, 39 | they stand ~for essence. Consequently there exists no contradiction 37 1, 39 | to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, it is appropriated to the 38 1, 40 | but differ in ~concept. Consequently, it does not follow that 39 1, 40 | individual substances. Consequently, in God the distinguishing 40 1, 41 | is from that principle. Consequently, since in God ~no movement 41 1, 42 | agent acts through its form. Consequently virtual ~quantity is measured 42 1, 43 | to be from another, and consequently He is not sent.~Aquin.: 43 1, 46 | cannot begin ~or end, and consequently neither can movement, the 44 1, 49 | the order of the universe, consequently and as it were ~by accident, 45 1, 50 | species of sensible things. Consequently the separate ~substances 46 1, 50 | actual being by the form. ~Consequently a subject composed of matter 47 1, 51 | knowledge from ~sensible things. Consequently not all intellectual substances 48 1, 51 | every being is a body; and consequently some seem to have thought ~ 49 1, 51 | beholder's imagination, and consequently ~is not seen by everybody. 50 1, 51 | only a body can be beheld. ~Consequently, since the angels are not 51 1, 51 | nothing by their means. Consequently, the angel perceives by ~ 52 1, 51 | men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). Consequently ~the angels exercised vital 53 1, 51 | far as it ~is movement. Consequently vital functions can be performed 54 1, 51 | entirely a vital function. Consequently it can ~in no way be said 55 1, 51 | could be changed into it; consequently, it was not a ~true eating, 56 1, 52 | theirs is a virtual one. Consequently an ~angel is said to be 57 1, 52 | all things, is ~infinite: consequently God through His power touches 58 1, 52 | as one determined thing. Consequently since all being ~is compared 59 1, 52 | be like that of a point; consequently they ~thought that an angel 60 1, 52 | quantity and situation. Consequently there is no occasion for ~ 61 1, 52 | time in the same place; and consequently for the same reason all ~ 62 1, 53 | is then already ~moved; consequently it remains that everything 63 1, 53 | angel is not ~imperfect. Consequently a beatified angel is not 64 1, 53 | precedes every actual change: ~consequently he was being moved while 65 1, 53 | movement which is continuous. Consequently, if the ~movement be not 66 1, 53 | movement is reckoned by time. Consequently every ~movement, even of 67 1, 53 | upon no other movement. Consequently it is impossible to say ~ 68 1, 54 | abstract thing that subsists. ~Consequently an angel's substance would 69 1, 54 | everything by his essence. Consequently in its own ~specific nature 70 1, 54 | they ~are outside the soul. Consequently it is necessary that there 71 1, 54 | stated in Metaph. i, 1. Consequently they have likewise a power 72 1, 55 | the forms of bodies: and consequently from ~their very mode of 73 1, 55 | own intelligible nature; consequently ~they attain their intelligible 74 1, 55 | from ~material conditions. Consequently, however powerful the angelic 75 1, 55 | manner, and less simply. Consequently it is necessary for the ~ 76 1, 56 | a subsisting ~form; and, consequently, he is actually intelligible. 77 1, 57 | says (Coel. ~Hier. iv). Consequently, all material things pre-exist 78 1, 57 | said above (Q[54], A[5]). Consequently they do not know ~singulars.~ 79 1, 57 | angels ~charge over Thee." Consequently the angels know singulars.~ 80 1, 57 | 57] A[2] Body Para. 2/4~Consequently others have said that the 81 1, 57 | A[2], A[3] ad 1), and consequently there is no ~comparison.~ 82 1, 57 | likened to such ~species; consequently, they cannot be known by 83 1, 57 | things, as has been stated. Consequently there ~is no comparison.~ 84 1, 57 | within it is also seen. Consequently, when one angel beholds ~ 85 1, 57 | 63], A[1]; Q[105], A[5]). Consequently all that is in ~the will, 86 1, 58 | severally they ~are many: consequently neither by sense nor by 87 1, 58 | 58] A[2] Body Para. 2/2 ~Consequently, by such knowledge as the 88 1, 58 | supernatural ~ordinance. Consequently, owing to their upright 89 1, 58 | between morning and evening. Consequently, if there be a ~morning 90 1, 58 | principle, they know all things. Consequently after "evening" there ~is 91 1, 59 | namely, the universal. Consequently the object presented to 92 1, 59 | natural tendency towards good. Consequently there ~alone are essence 93 1, 59 | known is within the knower; consequently the intellect extends itself 94 1, 59 | tend to what is outside it. Consequently intellect and will must ~ 95 1, 59 | nature of the object as such. Consequently the diversity ~derived from 96 1, 59 | other thing to be good. Consequently, ~wherever there is intellect, 97 1, 59 | should naturally ~have. Consequently an angel would not be perfect 98 1, 59 | does not ~exist in angels. Consequently there is no irascible or 99 1, 59 | reside in the irascible part. Consequently ~temperance, in so far as 100 1, 60 | shown above (Q[59], A[3]). Consequently there ~is no natural love 101 1, 60 | subject is its essence. Consequently whatever ~belongs to nature 102 1, 60 | according to its mode. ~Consequently, in the intellectual nature 103 1, 60 | stated ~(A[1]; Q[16], A[1]). Consequently, besides their infused love, 104 1, 60 | down in Phys. ii, text. 89. Consequently the will ~tends naturally 105 1, 60 | good in themselves, and consequently are appetible in themselves; ~ 106 1, 60 | account of something else. Consequently it does not argue imperfection ~ 107 1, 60 | but only human choice. Consequently the ~conclusion does not 108 1, 60 | seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently both angel and man naturally 109 1, 60 | thing, is that thing itself: consequently ~every thing loves what 110 1, 60 | what is less one with him. Consequently he loves more what is ~numerically 111 1, 60 | is of the law of nature. Consequently from ~natural love the angel 112 1, 60 | 60] A[5] Body Para. 3/3~Consequently, since God is the universal 113 1, 61 | ignited is caused by fire. Consequently ~the angels, of necessity, 114 1, 61 | God Himself willed it. Consequently it does not follow that 115 1, 61 | been ~created previously. Consequently the angels were not created 116 1, 61 | separate from the whole. Consequently ~it is improbable that God, 117 1, 61 | agree with them in matter. Consequently the creation of the matter ~ 118 1, 61 | and spiritual creatures. Consequently spiritual creatures were ~ 119 1, 62 | comes of seeing the Word. Consequently ~the angels were in beatitude 120 1, 62 | nature, but its end; and consequently they ~ought not to have 121 1, 62 | brought by its ~operation; consequently, according to Augustine ( 122 1, 62 | the natural power of fire; consequently, fire has no ~tendency thereto, 123 1, 62 | every created ~intellect. Consequently no rational creature can 124 1, 62 | the weight of the body; consequently it ~is difficult for a man 125 1, 62 | the objects it desires. Consequently the movement ~of grace does 126 1, 62 | which is not admissible. Consequently the ~angel did not merit 127 1, 62 | sufficient cause of merit; and, ~consequently, an act cannot be meritorious 128 1, 62 | 62] A[4] Body Para. 4/4~Consequently it is better to say that 129 1, 62 | instant of its generation. Consequently, if the ~angel merited beatitude 130 1, 62 | ordained alike for ~beatitude: consequently equality with angels is 131 1, 62 | other to consummate grace. Consequently, it remains for different ~ 132 1, 62 | unto which he is ordained. Consequently, only one meritorious ~act 133 1, 62 | but not in the angels. Consequently the argument is ~not the 134 1, 62 | preserved in the second. Consequently nature must be preserved 135 1, 62 | very essence of goodness. Consequently the angel ~beholding God 136 1, 62 | this manner cannot sin. Consequently ~the beatified angel cannot 137 1, 62 | as to its proper object. ~Consequently the will of the angels is 138 1, 62 | possession of beatitude. Consequently the beatified angels can ~ 139 1, 62 | determinate degree of beatitude. Consequently, when that degree is once ~ 140 1, 62 | but to have been moved. Consequently, to merit belongs to the 141 1, 63 | loving God ~they do not sin. Consequently the angels cannot sin.~Aquin.: 142 1, 63 | desiring what is truly good. Consequently the angel ~does not sin 143 1, 63 | when subjection is due. ~Consequently the first sin of the angel 144 1, 63 | are to carnal pleasures. ~Consequently avarice properly so called 145 1, 63 | and so does concupiscence; consequently they can ~only exist metaphorically 146 1, 63 | changed into another nature. Consequently, ~no creature of a lower 147 1, 63 | and one angel, another. Consequently it is ~impossible for one 148 1, 63 | towards any evil whatsoever; consequently they ~cannot be naturally 149 1, 63 | by turning to the Word. Consequently, the nature of the angel 150 1, 63 | said above (Q[62], A[5]). Consequently they would have ~become 151 1, 63 | the paradise of God," ~- consequently, this opinion was reasonably 152 1, 63 | reasoning (Q[58], A[3]~). Consequently, there is nothing to hinder 153 1, 63 | cannot be the cause of sin. Consequently it cannot be said that the 154 1, 63 | in merit is from God; and consequently an angel ~could merit in 155 1, 63 | their ~preceding merit; and consequently they were deprived of the 156 1, 63 | free-will after once choosing; ~consequently, if after the first instant, 157 1, 63 | second they were separated. Consequently they ~were all of them good 158 1, 63 | says (De Trin. iii, 4,5). Consequently there is ~nothing to prevent 159 1, 63 | but of free choice ~alone. Consequently that argument seems to have 160 1, 63 | or "who set on fire." ~Consequently Cherubim is derived from 161 1, 63 | necessity imposed upon him: consequently it ~was in his power not 162 1, 63 | cannot under a superior. Consequently it was not ~against the 163 1, 63 | moved, be it good or bad. Consequently since the highest ~angel 164 1, 64 | experience comes of the senses. Consequently there is no knowledge of ~ 165 1, 64 | among those natural gifts. Consequently there is some knowledge 166 1, 64 | remain entire in them. Consequently their natural knowledge 167 1, 64 | but even of the ~angelic. Consequently, not even an angel can of 168 1, 64 | be repaired by another. Consequently they are not ~obstinate 169 1, 64 | into ~everlasting life." Consequently such an opinion must be 170 1, 64 | either of two opposites. Consequently man's will adheres to a 171 1, 64 | s sin being pardonable. Consequently the argument ~does not hold 172 1, 64 | sorrow give ye to her." Consequently much ~more is the devil 173 1, 64 | damned, who ~are saved. Consequently, sorrow must be said to 174 1, 64 | witness to ~a good nature." Consequently, since the demon has a perverse 175 1, 64 | place of punishment; and consequently not the darksome atmosphere.~ 176 1, 64 | service in the natural order. Consequently a twofold place of punishment ~ 177 1, 64 | even to the judgment ~day: consequently, the ministry of the angels 178 1, 64 | in the order of nature; consequently there is no ~parallel.~Aquin.: 179 1, 64 | 64] A[4] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Consequently, it must be said that, although 180 1, 65 | arise from free-will, and consequently all inequality results from 181 1, 66 | being in potentiality; ~and consequently in the operations of nature 182 1, 70 | the heavenly ~bodies: and consequently they are living beings.~ 183 1, 70 | be ~called intrinsic, and consequently its movement natural with 184 1, 71 | by determinate means, and consequently, those things ~that are 185 1, 73 | opposed to movement, and ~consequently to the labor that arises 186 1, 76 | not one ~absolutely, and consequently neither a being absolutely, 187 1, 76 | understood by you; and ~consequently it will be reckoned as something 188 1, 76 | master is but ~one; and, consequently, the same applies to all 189 1, 76 | way that it has being; ~consequently we must judge of the multiplicity 190 1, 76 | subsistent substances, and ~consequently individual, they could not 191 1, 76 | give being simply; ~and consequently that it is not the substantial 192 1, 76 | viii ~(Did. vii, 3); and consequently it is impossible for any 193 1, 76 | the substantial form, and consequently ~before the soul.~Aquin.: 194 1, 77 | which it is directed, and ~consequently the nature of a power is 195 1, 77 | the separated soul; and ~consequently the other powers of the 196 1, 77 | the separate soul; and ~consequently all the other powers.~Aquin.: 197 1, 39 | Godhead" is used adjectively. ~Consequently, although there are "three 198 1, 39 | does not beget," is true. ~Consequently, it does not follow that 199 1, 39 | essence as an abstract form. ~Consequently, what properly belongs to 200 1, 39 | they stand ~for essence. Consequently there exists no contradiction 201 1, 39 | to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, it is appropriated to the 202 1, 40 | but differ in ~concept. Consequently, it does not follow that 203 1, 40 | individual substances. Consequently, in God the distinguishing 204 1, 41 | is from that principle. Consequently, since in God ~no movement 205 1, 42 | agent acts through its form. Consequently virtual quantity is measured 206 1, 43 | to be from another, and consequently He is not sent.~Aquin.: 207 1, 47 | cannot begin ~or end, and consequently neither can movement, the 208 1, 50 | the order of the universe, consequently and as it were ~by accident, 209 1, 51 | species of sensible things. Consequently the separate ~substances 210 1, 51 | actual being by the form. ~Consequently a subject composed of matter 211 1, 52 | knowledge from ~sensible things. Consequently not all intellectual substances 212 1, 52 | every being is a body; and consequently some seem to have thought ~ 213 1, 52 | beholder's imagination, and consequently ~is not seen by everybody. 214 1, 52 | only a body can be beheld. ~Consequently, since the angels are not 215 1, 52 | nothing by their means. Consequently, the angel perceives by ~ 216 1, 52 | men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). Consequently ~the angels exercised vital 217 1, 52 | far as it ~is movement. Consequently vital functions can be performed 218 1, 52 | entirely a vital function. Consequently it can ~in no way be said 219 1, 52 | could be changed into it; consequently, it was not a ~true eating, 220 1, 53 | theirs is a virtual one. Consequently an ~angel is said to be 221 1, 53 | all things, is ~infinite: consequently God through His power touches 222 1, 53 | as one determined thing. Consequently since all being ~is compared 223 1, 53 | be like that of a point; consequently they ~thought that an angel 224 1, 53 | quantity and situation. Consequently there is no occasion for ~ 225 1, 53 | time in the same place; and consequently for the same reason all ~ 226 1, 54 | is then already ~moved; consequently it remains that everything 227 1, 54 | angel is not ~imperfect. Consequently a beatified angel is not 228 1, 54 | precedes every actual change: ~consequently he was being moved while 229 1, 54 | movement which is continuous. Consequently, if the ~movement be not 230 1, 54 | movement is reckoned by time. Consequently every ~movement, even of 231 1, 54 | upon no other movement. Consequently it is impossible to say ~ 232 1, 55 | abstract thing that subsists. ~Consequently an angel's substance would 233 1, 55 | everything by his essence. Consequently in its own ~specific nature 234 1, 55 | they ~are outside the soul. Consequently it is necessary that there 235 1, 55 | stated in Metaph. i, 1. Consequently they have likewise a power 236 1, 56 | the forms of bodies: and consequently from ~their very mode of 237 1, 56 | own intelligible nature; consequently ~they attain their intelligible 238 1, 56 | from ~material conditions. Consequently, however powerful the angelic 239 1, 56 | manner, and less simply. Consequently it is necessary for the ~ 240 1, 57 | a subsisting ~form; and, consequently, he is actually intelligible. 241 1, 58 | says (Coel. ~Hier. iv). Consequently, all material things pre-exist 242 1, 58 | said above (Q[54], A[5]). Consequently they do not know ~singulars.~ 243 1, 58 | angels ~charge over Thee." Consequently the angels know singulars.~ 244 1, 58 | 57] A[2] Body Para. 2/4~Consequently others have said that the 245 1, 58 | A[2], A[3] ad 1), and consequently there is no ~comparison.~ 246 1, 58 | likened to such ~species; consequently, they cannot be known by 247 1, 58 | things, as has been stated. Consequently there ~is no comparison.~ 248 1, 58 | within it is also seen. Consequently, when one angel beholds ~ 249 1, 58 | 63], A[1]; Q[105], A[5]). Consequently all that is in ~the will, 250 1, 59 | severally they ~are many: consequently neither by sense nor by 251 1, 59 | 58] A[2] Body Para. 2/2 ~Consequently, by such knowledge as the 252 1, 59 | supernatural ~ordinance. Consequently, owing to their upright 253 1, 59 | between morning and evening. Consequently, if there be a ~morning 254 1, 59 | principle, they know all things. Consequently after "evening" there ~is 255 1, 60 | namely, the universal. Consequently the object presented to 256 1, 60 | natural tendency towards good. Consequently there ~alone are essence 257 1, 60 | known is within the knower; consequently the intellect extends itself 258 1, 60 | tend to what is outside it. Consequently intellect and will must ~ 259 1, 60 | nature of the object as such. Consequently the diversity ~derived from 260 1, 60 | other thing to be good. Consequently, ~wherever there is intellect, 261 1, 60 | should naturally ~have. Consequently an angel would not be perfect 262 1, 60 | does not ~exist in angels. Consequently there is no irascible or 263 1, 60 | reside in the irascible part. Consequently ~temperance, in so far as 264 1, 61 | shown above (Q[59], A[3]). Consequently there ~is no natural love 265 1, 61 | subject is its essence. Consequently whatever ~belongs to nature 266 1, 61 | according to its mode. ~Consequently, in the intellectual nature 267 1, 61 | stated ~(A[1]; Q[16], A[1]). Consequently, besides their infused love, 268 1, 61 | down in Phys. ii, text. 89. Consequently the will ~tends naturally 269 1, 61 | good in themselves, and consequently are appetible in themselves; ~ 270 1, 61 | account of something else. Consequently it does not argue imperfection ~ 271 1, 61 | but only human choice. Consequently the ~conclusion does not 272 1, 61 | seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently both angel and man naturally 273 1, 61 | thing, is that thing itself: consequently ~every thing loves what 274 1, 61 | what is less one with him. Consequently he loves more what is ~numerically 275 1, 61 | is of the law of nature. Consequently from ~natural love the angel 276 1, 61 | 60] A[5] Body Para. 3/3~Consequently, since God is the universal 277 1, 62 | ignited is caused by fire. Consequently ~the angels, of necessity, 278 1, 62 | God Himself willed it. Consequently it does not follow that 279 1, 62 | been ~created previously. Consequently the angels were not created 280 1, 62 | separate from the whole. Consequently ~it is improbable that God, 281 1, 62 | agree with them in matter. Consequently the creation of the matter ~ 282 1, 62 | and spiritual creatures. Consequently spiritual creatures were ~ 283 1, 63 | comes of seeing the Word. Consequently ~the angels were in beatitude 284 1, 63 | nature, but its end; and consequently they ~ought not to have 285 1, 63 | brought by its ~operation; consequently, according to Augustine ( 286 1, 63 | the natural power of fire; consequently, fire has no ~tendency thereto, 287 1, 63 | every created ~intellect. Consequently no rational creature can 288 1, 63 | the weight of the body; consequently it ~is difficult for a man 289 1, 63 | the objects it desires. Consequently the movement ~of grace does 290 1, 63 | which is not admissible. Consequently the ~angel did not merit 291 1, 63 | sufficient cause of merit; and, ~consequently, an act cannot be meritorious 292 1, 63 | 62] A[4] Body Para. 4/4~Consequently it is better to say that 293 1, 63 | instant of its generation. Consequently, if the ~angel merited beatitude 294 1, 63 | ordained alike for ~beatitude: consequently equality with angels is 295 1, 63 | other to consummate grace. Consequently, it remains for different ~ 296 1, 63 | unto which he is ordained. Consequently, only one meritorious ~act 297 1, 63 | but not in the angels. Consequently the argument is ~not the 298 1, 63 | preserved in the second. Consequently nature must be preserved 299 1, 63 | very essence of goodness. Consequently the angel ~beholding God 300 1, 63 | this manner cannot sin. Consequently ~the beatified angel cannot 301 1, 63 | as to its proper object. ~Consequently the will of the angels is 302 1, 63 | possession of beatitude. Consequently the beatified angels can ~ 303 1, 63 | determinate degree of beatitude. Consequently, when that degree is once ~ 304 1, 63 | but to have been moved. Consequently, to merit belongs to the 305 1, 64 | loving God ~they do not sin. Consequently the angels cannot sin.~Aquin.: 306 1, 64 | desiring what is truly good. Consequently the angel ~does not sin 307 1, 64 | when subjection is due. ~Consequently the first sin of the angel 308 1, 64 | are to carnal pleasures. ~Consequently avarice properly so called 309 1, 64 | and so does concupiscence; consequently they can ~only exist metaphorically 310 1, 64 | changed into another nature. Consequently, ~no creature of a lower 311 1, 64 | and one angel, another. Consequently it is ~impossible for one 312 1, 64 | towards any evil whatsoever; consequently they ~cannot be naturally 313 1, 64 | by turning to the Word. Consequently, the nature of the angel 314 1, 64 | said above (Q[62], A[5]). Consequently they would have ~become 315 1, 64 | the paradise of God," ~- consequently, this opinion was reasonably 316 1, 64 | reasoning (Q[58], A[3]~). Consequently, there is nothing to hinder 317 1, 64 | cannot be the cause of sin. Consequently it cannot be said that the 318 1, 64 | in merit is from God; and consequently an angel ~could merit in 319 1, 64 | their ~preceding merit; and consequently they were deprived of the 320 1, 64 | free-will after once choosing; ~consequently, if after the first instant, 321 1, 64 | second they were separated. Consequently they ~were all of them good 322 1, 64 | says (De Trin. iii, 4,5). Consequently there is ~nothing to prevent 323 1, 64 | but of free choice ~alone. Consequently that argument seems to have 324 1, 64 | or "who set on fire." ~Consequently Cherubim is derived from 325 1, 64 | necessity imposed upon him: consequently it ~was in his power not 326 1, 64 | cannot under a superior. Consequently it was not ~against the 327 1, 64 | moved, be it good or bad. Consequently since the highest ~angel 328 1, 65 | experience comes of the senses. Consequently there is no knowledge of ~ 329 1, 65 | among those natural gifts. Consequently there is some knowledge 330 1, 65 | remain entire in them. Consequently their natural knowledge 331 1, 65 | but even of the ~angelic. Consequently, not even an angel can of 332 1, 65 | be repaired by another. Consequently they are not ~obstinate 333 1, 65 | into ~everlasting life." Consequently such an opinion must be 334 1, 65 | either of two opposites. Consequently man's will adheres to a 335 1, 65 | s sin being pardonable. Consequently the argument ~does not hold 336 1, 65 | sorrow give ye to her." Consequently much ~more is the devil 337 1, 65 | damned, who ~are saved. Consequently, sorrow must be said to 338 1, 65 | witness to ~a good nature." Consequently, since the demon has a perverse 339 1, 65 | place of punishment; and consequently not the darksome atmosphere.~ 340 1, 65 | service in the natural order. Consequently a twofold place of punishment ~ 341 1, 65 | even to the judgment ~day: consequently, the ministry of the angels 342 1, 65 | in the order of nature; consequently there is no ~parallel.~Aquin.: 343 1, 65 | 64] A[4] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Consequently, it must be said that, although 344 1, 66 | arise from free-will, and consequently all inequality ~results 345 1, 67 | being in potentiality; ~and consequently in the operations of nature 346 1, 71 | the heavenly ~bodies: and consequently they are living beings.~ 347 1, 71 | be ~called intrinsic, and consequently its movement natural with 348 1, 71 | by determinate means, and consequently, those things ~that are 349 1, 72 | opposed to movement, and ~consequently to the labor that arises 350 1, 75 | not one ~absolutely, and consequently neither a being absolutely, 351 1, 75 | understood by you; and ~consequently it will be reckoned as something 352 1, 75 | master is but ~one; and, consequently, the same applies to all 353 1, 75 | way that it has being; ~consequently we must judge of the multiplicity 354 1, 75 | subsistent substances, and ~consequently individual, they could not 355 1, 75 | give being simply; ~and consequently that it is not the substantial 356 1, 75 | viii (Did. vii, 3); and consequently it is impossible for any 357 1, 75 | the substantial form, and consequently ~before the soul.~Aquin.: 358 1, 76 | which it is directed, and ~consequently the nature of a power is 359 1, 76 | the separated soul; and ~consequently the other powers of the 360 1, 76 | the separate soul; and ~consequently all the other powers.~Aquin.: 361 1, 77 | things for their life, and consequently movement to seek necessaries 362 1, 78 | in the third ~sense. And consequently the intellect is a passive 363 1, 78 | subsisted apart from matter, and consequently that they ~are intelligible: 364 1, 78 | nature of the species, and consequently the power which is the principle 365 1, 78 | the ~mode of acting, and consequently the principles of the actions 366 1, 79 | are generically different; consequently, the intellectual appetite ~ 367 1, 83 | was composed of these. ~Consequently, since they held that things 368 1, 83 | ratio of materiality. And consequently things ~that are not receptive 369 1, 83 | being through its form, ~consequently it had need to be created 370 1, 83 | order to receive them anew. Consequently he does not hold ~that the 371 1, 83 | its union with the body. ~Consequently the reason of the union 372 1, 83 | society of the heathens." Consequently whenever ~Augustine, who 373 1, 83 | relates (De Anima iii, 3). Consequently, since the sense is ~affected 374 1, 83 | power operating of itself. ~Consequently neither is sense, since 375 1, 83 | natural sensible things. Consequently it is not possible ~for 376 1, 83 | unfettered, though not ~entirely. Consequently, if a man syllogizes while 377 1, 84 | understood is in the ~intellect. Consequently it can be nothing else than 378 1, 84 | Metaph. iii. 5], ~and that consequently contradictories are true 379 1, 84 | the cognitive faculty. ~Consequently the cognitive faculty will 380 1, 84 | that it be ~abstracted and consequently considered as universal, 381 1, 85 | something whole and complete. Consequently it cannot be understood ~ 382 1, 85 | individual matter, and which consequently is not ~limited to one individual, 383 1, 86 | as is stated Phys. i, 7. Consequently ~immaterial substances are 384 1, 86 | nature of this act, and consequently, the nature of its principle 385 1, 86 | principle of the other, consequently what is in the will is, 386 1, 92 | therefore, secondarily and ~consequently, the image of the Trinity 387 1, 93 | man would have eaten and ~consequently have slept and dreamed. 388 1, 95 | desirable to himself, ~and consequently it is a grievous matter 389 1, 95 | inflicted on the subject; and consequently in the state of ~innocence 390 1, 100 | hindered also; and likewise, consequently, the use of ~reason. Now 391 1, 102 | of which all things tend. Consequently the ~effect of the government 392 1, 102 | of which it is an act. ~Consequently, various movable things 393 1, 103 | existing in this ~matter, consequently it is not merely the cause 394 1, 104 | of the more perfect: and consequently as the matter ~is for the 395 1, 106 | the angel who speaks, and consequently where the angel is who speaks. 396 1, 106 | thing and not to another; consequently the ~concept of one (angel) 397 1, 109 | which ~something is; and consequently neither is a form, properly 398 1, 113 | appetite and keep it in order. ~Consequently there is no need for all 399 1, 114 | the rare" and "the dense." Consequently both Plato and Avicenna, 400 1, 114 | mother, to whom it is united, consequently the word "nature" has been ~ 401 1, 114 | same mode of ~being: and consequently there would be no variety 402 1, 114 | are the heavenly bodies. Consequently whatever generates ~here 403 1, 114 | resist these passions. ~Consequently astrologers are able to 404 1, 114 | is necessarily hindered. Consequently it ~would follow that all 405 1, 114 | to some hindering cause; ~consequently the above-mentioned difficulty 406 1, 114 | accidental, has no cause. Consequently what results from this clashing 407 1, 114 | body, but is accidental. Consequently not all ~the effects of 408 1, 115 | to dig a grave there. ~Consequently, nothing hinders what happens 409 1, 115 | shown above (Q[105], A[4]). Consequently the ordering of human ~actions, 410 1, 115 | to ~its first principle. Consequently it does not follow that 411 1, 116 | species belong to all men. ~Consequently he held that one man does 412 1, 116 | naturally ~unfettered by a body; consequently various bodies may obey 413 1, 117 | movement towards that form. Consequently there is no need for ~this 414 1, 117 | to be ~non-subsistent and consequently to perish with the body. 415 1, 117 | an extrinsic principle. Consequently it must be said that the 416 1, 117 | perfection of the universe: consequently at the beginning the universe ~ 417 1, 117 | which was a result of sin. Consequently it was ~not fitting that 418 1, 118 | to him at the beginning. Consequently he ~would not be numerically 419 1, 118 | would not be corruptible. Consequently it can begin to ~exist in 420 1, 118 | else being changed into it. Consequently no ~matter can be multiplied 421 1, 118 | to the ~specific form." Consequently the multiplication of the 422 1, 118 | something else ~into it. Consequently the whole process of generation 423 1, 118 | process ~of corruption; and consequently it would not have the power 424 2, 1 | the very act of willing. Consequently it follows that if a ~human 425 2, 1 | thing rather than another: ~consequently in order that it produce 426 2, 1 | nature of an end as such, and consequently cannot ordain ~anything 427 2, 1 | FP, Q[103], ~A[1], ad 3). Consequently it is proper to the rational 428 2, 1 | the good in ~universal. Consequently there can be no will in 429 2, 1 | departments of the city. ~Consequently all things that lack reason 430 2, 1 | accidental to morality. Consequently there is no ~reason why 431 2, 1 | states (Div. Nom. iv). Consequently if that which proceeds from 432 2, 1 | were, moving the appetite; consequently, if you remove ~this principle, 433 2, 1 | are ordained to ~the end. Consequently, on neither side is it possible 434 2, 1 | the power of diffusion. Consequently the ~diffusion of goods 435 2, 1 | required for his perfection. Consequently it is not possible for the ~ 436 2, 2 | support of human nature: consequently it cannot be man's last 437 2, 2 | the necessaries of life. Consequently much less ~can it be considered 438 2, 2 | excellence in him; and ~consequently it is a sign and attestation 439 2, 2 | itself, inchoate or perfect. Consequently ~man's happiness cannot 440 2, 2 | But it is not so with men. Consequently it is not ~enough for man' 441 2, 2 | the soul, as to their end. Consequently happiness, which is ~man' 442 2, 2 | infinite number of singulars. ~Consequently it is evident that good 443 2, 2 | and that it rests there. Consequently just as good is desired 444 2, 2 | object of that delight, and consequently ~is its principle, and gives 445 2, 2 | as ~stated above (ad 1). Consequently it does not follow that 446 2, 2 | participated good, ~and consequently a portioned good. Therefore 447 2, 2 | thing is called happiness. ~Consequently we must say that happiness 448 2, 2 | too, man loves himself. Consequently ~it is not the same kind 449 2, 2 | happy ~by some created good. Consequently some created good constitutes 450 2, 3 | without act is imperfect. Consequently ~happiness must consist 451 2, 3 | neither can be continual, nor, consequently, ~is it one only, because 452 2, 3 | 3] A[2] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~Consequently in regard to this perfect 453 2, 3 | continuous and more one. Consequently the active life, which is 454 2, 3 | essentially, (2) antecedently, (3) consequently. Now the operation of ~sense 455 2, 3 | both ~antecedently and consequently: antecedently, in respect 456 2, 3 | operation of the sense; consequently, in ~that perfect happiness 457 2, 3 | Augustine says (De Trin. x, 1). Consequently we first attain an ~intelligible 458 2, 3 | speculative intellect. ~Consequently happiness consists principally 459 2, 3 | are ordained to some end. Consequently it is evident that the ~ 460 2, 3 | sensible, is ~lower than man. Consequently the intellect is not perfected 461 2, 3 | above the human intellect. ~Consequently it follows that man's happiness 462 2, 3 | FP, Q[111], A[2], ad 2. Consequently, by his ministration he 463 2, 3 | knowledge of that the cause is. ~Consequently, when man knows an effect, 464 2, 3 | not yet ~perfectly happy. Consequently, for perfect happiness the 465 2, 4 | this consists delight. ~Consequently, delight is included in 466 2, 4 | sight of God causes delight. Consequently, he who ~sees God cannot 467 2, 4 | that operation is its good. Consequently it is evident that the operation ~ 468 2, 4 | it is a result of youth. ~Consequently delight is a perfection 469 2, 4 | which is delightful. And ~consequently, according to the sensitive 470 2, 4 | which is ~happiness. And consequently right inclination of the 471 2, 4 | the FP, Q[84], AA[6],7. Consequently that happiness which ~can 472 2, 4 | not ~depend on the body. Consequently, without the body the soul 473 2, 4 | perfect being ~and that consequently it can have a perfect operation; 474 2, 4 | would wish to possess it. ~Consequently, after the body has been 475 2, 4 | Q[4] A[6] Body Para. 3/3~Consequently, we must say that perfect 476 2, 4 | necessary, both antecedently and consequently, for that Happiness which ~ 477 2, 4 | erstwhile was its burden." Consequently, because from ~the Happiness 478 2, 4 | prove a ~hindrance thereto. Consequently, perfection of the body 479 2, 4 | longer animal but ~spiritual. Consequently these external goods are 480 2, 4 | consists in ~contemplating God. Consequently nothing else is necessary 481 2, 4 | from perfect love of God. Consequently, friendship is, as it ~were, 482 2, 5 | which the intellect grasps. Consequently the rational nature can ~ 483 2, 5 | changeable manner. And ~consequently it seems that man can lose 484 2, 5 | stated in Ethic. vi, 2. Consequently he will no longer be ~truly 485 2, 5 | above all other things: and consequently no other agent can ~sever 486 2, 5 | surpasses all created substance. Consequently neither man, nor ~any creature, 487 2, 5 | species from its object. Consequently the ~argument does not prove.~ 488 2, 5 | power of any creature. ~Consequently if anything need to be done 489 2, 5 | likeness or participation. ~Consequently no creature can communicate 490 2, 5 | entirely satisfies his ~will. Consequently to desire happiness is nothing 491 2, 5 | happiness is found. And consequently, in ~this respect, not all 492 2, 6 | concerned with things singular, ~consequently all practical knowledge 493 2, 6 | since none is eternal. Consequently, the ~principle of all human 494 2, 6 | also act for an end. And ~consequently, since both are from an 495 2, 6 | Q[6] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Consequently perfect knowledge of the 496 2, 6 | rational appetite; and ~consequently it cannot be in things devoid 497 2, 6 | infinitive of "I-do-not-wish." Consequently just ~as when I say "I do 498 2, 6 | compulsion ~is done of necessity: consequently what is done by the will, 499 2, 6 | an ~exterior principle. Consequently it is contrary to the nature 500 2, 6 | commanded by the will. ~Consequently, as to the act which proceeds


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