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1 1, 1 | something about a cause from its effect, by ~taking the effect in 2 1, 1 | its effect, by ~taking the effect in place of a definition 3 1, 2 | cannot be ~demonstrated by an effect not proportionate to it, 4 1, 2 | The other is through the effect, and is called a ~demonstration " 5 1, 2 | relatively only to us. When an effect is better known to us than 6 1, 2 | than its ~cause, from the effect we proceed to the knowledge 7 1, 2 | the cause. And from ~every effect the existence of its proper 8 1, 2 | us; because since every effect ~depends upon its cause, 9 1, 2 | depends upon its cause, if the effect exists, the cause must pre-exist. ~ 10 1, 2 | is demonstrated from an ~effect, this effect takes the place 11 1, 2 | demonstrated from an ~effect, this effect takes the place of the definition 12 1, 2 | obtained. Yet from every effect the ~existence of the cause 13 1, 2 | cause is to take away the effect. Therefore, if ~there be 14 1, 2 | will there be an ultimate effect, nor any intermediate efficient ~ 15 1, 3 | account of a ~similitude of effect. Thus, because to punish 16 1, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the effect is assimilated to its cause; 17 1, 4 | perfection exists ~in an effect must be found in the effective 18 1, 4 | Now it is plain ~that the effect pre-exists virtually in 19 1, 4 | manner of its ~form, the effect must in some way resemble 20 1, 4 | the same species as its effect, there ~will be a likeness 21 1, 4 | however, the agent and its effect are not contained in the 22 1, 4 | contained in any "genus," its effect will still ~more distantly 23 1, 6 | perfection and form of an effect consist in a certain ~likeness 24 1, 6 | Now the ~likeness of an effect in the univocal cause is 25 1, 7 | material infinity to the effect that ~some infinite body 26 1, 7 | can produce an infinite effect, since the extent of a power ~ 27 1, 7 | a power ~is known by its effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[2] 28 1, 8 | being must be His proper ~effect; as to ignite is the proper 29 1, 8 | to ignite is the proper effect of fire. Now God causes 30 1, 8 | fire. Now God causes this ~effect in things not only when 31 1, 12 | to know the cause of any effect which he sees; and thence 32 1, 12 | is related to Him as ~the effect of its cause, and as potentiality 33 1, 12 | things are seen in ~God as an effect is seen in its cause. Now 34 1, 13 | reason of this is that every effect which is not an ~adequate 35 1, 14 | proceeds to the exterior effect, we treat ~first of knowledge 36 1, 14 | proceeding to ~the exterior effect. Now because to understand 37 1, 14 | which pass to an external ~effect, the object of the operation, 38 1, 14 | knowledge is to know the effect through its ~cause. But 39 1, 14 | things through Himself; as an effect (is known) ~through its 40 1, 14 | Further, given the cause, the effect follows. But the knowledge ~ 41 1, 14 | has an inclination to an effect; and likewise, the intelligible 42 1, 14 | it the inclination to an effect, ~which inclination is through 43 1, 14 | not produce a determinate effect unless it were ~determined 44 1, 14 | cause proceeds a necessary effect. But the ~knowledge of God 45 1, 14 | whoever knows a contingent effect in its cause only, has merely 46 1, 14 | cause is necessary, the effect may be ~contingent by reason 47 1, 14 | consequent a contingent ~effect; as, for example, if I said, " 48 1, 15 | considered that in every effect the ultimate end is ~the 49 1, 16 | cause, there is the same effect. ~But the same thing is 50 1, 19 | non-necessary relation to ~an effect; owing to a deficiency in 51 1, 19 | owing to a deficiency in the effect, and not in the cause. ~ 52 1, 19 | solar power, but in ~the effect that proceeds not necessarily 53 1, 19 | produce one and the same effect; for nature operates ~in 54 1, 19 | cause of one and the same effect is ~knowledge as directing 55 1, 19 | exist or not to exist in the effect, except by the ~will. Hence, 56 1, 19 | cause, as executing the effect, since it denotes the ~immediate 57 1, 19 | of His understanding the effect, for He understands the 58 1, 19 | for He understands the effect ~in the cause, so, in Him, 59 1, 19 | that presuppose some other effect do not depend solely on 60 1, 19 | else besides: but the first effect depends on the ~divine will 61 1, 19 | intermediate causes. But the effect of a first cause may be ~ 62 1, 19 | secondary cause; as the effect of the motive ~power may 63 1, 19 | the limb. Therefore the effect ~of the divine will may 64 1, 19 | must consider that since an effect is conformed to the agent ~ 65 1, 19 | particular cause fails of its ~effect, this is because of the 66 1, 19 | universal cause. Therefore an ~effect cannot possibly escape the 67 1, 19 | its effects; yet whatever effect does result, in ~corporeal 68 1, 19 | should not produce its ~effect. Hence that which seems 69 1, 19 | cause can be hindered in its effect by deficiency ~in the secondary 70 1, 19 | all causes; for then the effect could in no way ~escape 71 1, 19 | be hindered, produces its effect ~necessarily, because, as 72 1, 19 | reasons. ~First, because the effect of a first cause is contingent 73 1, 19 | from the fact that the effect of the first cause is ~hindered 74 1, 19 | will from producing its effect. Secondly, because if the ~ 75 1, 19 | efficacious to act, the effect follows upon the cause, 76 1, 19 | because of a likeness in the effect. Hence a thing that is ~ 77 1, 19 | former is of itself the effect of the will; the latter 78 1, 19 | the will; the latter its effect as ~fulfilled by means of 79 1, 21 | and not in that of the effect with its cause and rule: ~ 80 1, 21 | to God, as seen in ~its effect, but not as an affection 81 1, 21 | were his; and this is the effect of mercy. To sorrow, therefore, 82 1, 22 | behooves that the type of every effect should ~pre-exist in Him, 83 1, 22 | towards the end, because the ~effect comes from a cause other 84 1, 22 | it could not be that any effect should take ~place outside 85 1, 22 | cause. So far then as an effect ~escapes the order of a 86 1, 22 | outside whose range no effect can happen, it is said to 87 1, 22 | determined to only the one effect; as in ~the case of natural 88 1, 22 | every cause to direct its effect to good; wherefore every ~ 89 1, 22 | cause is a cause of the effect of providence. If therefore 90 1, 22 | things ~foreseen. For every effect that has a "per se" cause, 91 1, 22 | eternal, pre-exists; and the effect flows from it of necessity, 92 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The effect of divine providence is 93 1, 22 | fails not to ~produce its effect, and that in the way foreseen; 94 1, 23 | external things, has ~an effect in them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 95 1, 23 | to grace, as of cause to effect, and of act to its ~object. 96 1, 23 | whether, as regards the effect, predestination has any ~ 97 1, 23 | that He ~would give the effect of predestination to anyone 98 1, 23 | were some who held that the effect of predestination ~was pre-ordained 99 1, 23 | reason and ~cause of the effect of predestination. For the 100 1, 23 | that it came about that the effect of predestination was granted 101 1, 23 | can be the reason of the effect of predestination.~Aquin.: 102 1, 23 | that merits following the effect of predestination ~are the 103 1, 23 | what is of grace is the ~effect of predestination; and this 104 1, 23 | predestination, it ~will outside the effect of predestination. Now there 105 1, 23 | say, therefore, that the effect of predestination may be 106 1, 23 | there is no ~reason why one effect of predestination should 107 1, 23 | of another; a subsequent effect being the reason of a previous 108 1, 23 | the reason of a previous effect, as ~its final cause; and 109 1, 23 | cause; and the previous effect being the reason of the ~ 110 1, 23 | glory. ~In another way, the effect of predestination may be 111 1, 23 | impossible that the whole of the effect of ~predestination in general 112 1, 23 | all ~included under the effect of predestination; even 113 1, 23 | this way, in ~regard to its effect, the goodness of God for 114 1, 23 | towards which ~the whole effect of predestination is directed 115 1, 23 | particular effects, ~however, one effect is the reason of another; 116 1, 23 | notion of justice, if the effect of ~predestination were 117 1, 23 | Hence the crown which is the effect of ~predestination can be 118 1, 23 | it would follow that the effect of ~predestination would 119 1, 23 | certainly and infallibly takes ~effect; yet it does not impose 120 1, 23 | necessity, so that, namely, its effect ~should take place from 121 1, 23 | not destroyed; whence the effect of ~predestination has its 122 1, 23 | predestination can fall short of its effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 123 1, 23 | definite measure in his effect thinks out some definite 124 1, 23 | universe, which is His ~effect. For He pre-ordained the 125 1, 23 | divine ordination; and its effect. As regards ~the former, 126 1, 25 | action, ~but likewise of effect. Thus in God the idea of 127 1, 25 | it is the principle of an effect; not, however, as it is 128 1, 25 | is the principle of an ~effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 129 1, 25 | precedes the ~operation and effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 130 1, 25 | power is made known by its effect; otherwise it ~would be 131 1, 25 | could ~produce an infinite effect, but this is impossible.~ 132 1, 25 | wholly manifested in its ~effect. The generative power of 133 1, 25 | in the production of its effect: as, for example, the ~power 134 1, 25 | Whence it follows ~that His effect is always less than His 135 1, 25 | to ~produce an infinite effect. Yet even if it were to 136 1, 25 | if it were to produce no effect, ~the power of God would 137 1, 25 | is not ordered toward its effect as towards an end; rather, ~ 138 1, 25 | rather, ~it is the end of the effect produced by it.~Aquin.: 139 1, 25 | every agent produces an ~effect like itself, to each active 140 1, 25 | good; which is the ultimate effect of the ~divine power. Or 141 1, 25 | above (Q[21], A[4]), the effect of ~the divine mercy is 142 1, 25 | proximate cause that the effect has ~contingency or necessity, 143 1, 25 | when he has run, God could effect that he did ~not run.~Aquin.: 144 1, 25 | virginity. ~Therefore He can so effect that what was corrupt should 145 1, 25 | the same reason, He cannot effect that ~anything else which 146 1, 25 | God is almighty let Him effect that what ~is true, by the 147 1, 25 | verb "can" (which has the effect of extending the meaning), 148 1, 27 | understood it in the sense of an effect, proceeding from its cause; ~ 149 1, 27 | cause ~proceeding to the effect, as moving it, or impressing 150 1, 27 | proceeding forth to its exterior effect, as, for ~instance, like 151 1, 27 | matter, or to ~an exterior effect; which kind of procession 152 1, 32 | necessary that an infinite effect should proceed from ~God: 153 1, 33 | between the cause and the effect a distance of perfection 154 1, 34 | of God, as executing any effect, whereto they are ordained ~ 155 1, 34 | an accident in Him, or an effect of His; but belongs ~to 156 1, 34 | taken figuratively for the effect of the Word. ~Hence a gloss 157 1, 34 | command; inasmuch as ~by the effect of the power of the Word, 158 1, 34 | in being, as also ~by the effect of the power of the Word 159 1, 34 | name that connotes some effect in creatures, is said ~of 160 1, 34 | passes into some exterior effect, as to create and to govern; ~ 161 1, 34 | not pass into an exterior effect, ~but abides in the agent - 162 1, 34 | God ~passing into exterior effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 163 1, 36 | and that it has even this effect from the artisan. This is 164 1, 36 | immediate as regards the effect, ~inasmuch as the power 165 1, 36 | the second cause to its ~effect. Hence also first principles 166 1, 36 | the bailiff's action its effect. Now there is no order of 167 1, 37 | question is objected to the ~effect that when we say, "the Father 168 1, 37 | retracted its equivalent to the ~effect that "the Father is wise 169 1, 37 | the relation of a formal effect; and these approach nearer 170 1, 37 | the action - that is, the effect, when the ~effect itself 171 1, 37 | is, the effect, when the ~effect itself is included in the 172 1, 37 | tree's form, ~but is the effect proceeding from the form. 173 1, 37 | action includes a determined effect, ~the principle of the action 174 1, 37 | the action, and ~from the effect; so we can say, for instance, 175 1, 37 | not include a determined effect, then in that case, the 176 1, 37 | be denominated from the effect, but only from the action. ~ 177 1, 38 | divine person, and to use the effect thereof. The ~rational creature 178 1, 41 | one; and this because the effect is assimilated to ~the form 179 1, 42 | the form. Now the first effect of form is ~being, for everything 180 1, 42 | of its form. The second effect ~is operation, for every 181 1, 42 | and secondarily ~in the effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 182 1, 42 | and here again we have effect ~and cause. The tenth is 183 1, 42 | the form it gives to the effect, as stated above (Q[41], 184 1, 42 | in which to produce its effect. ~In natural agents, however, 185 1, 42 | begins to act thus, the effect would not exist in the same 186 1, 42 | the relations of cause and effect, or ~of the principle and 187 1, 43 | the addition of a temporal effect. For the relation of a divine ~ 188 1, 43 | own temple. So no other effect can be put down as the ~ 189 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the effect of grace is also from the 190 1, 43 | mission as regards the ~effect of grace, in this sense 191 1, 43 | every visible creature is an effect showing forth the ~whole 192 1, 43 | the visible or invisible effect, applicable to the ~mission 193 1, 43 | as the ~principle of the effect implied in the mission, 194 1, 43 | as man cannot cause the effect of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 195 1, 44 | not ~merely because the effect is not necessary, but because 196 1, 44 | necessary, but because the effect might ~not be if the cause 197 1, 44 | Reply OBJ 2: Passion is an effect of action. Hence it is reasonable 198 1, 44 | principle should be the effect of the first active ~principle, 199 1, 44 | something besides God. ~For the effect is like its exemplar cause. 200 1, 44 | it is in order that the effect may receive a ~determinate 201 1, 45 | relation of cause to the effect, and ~of effect to the cause, 202 1, 45 | cause to the effect, and ~of effect to the cause, and imply 203 1, 45 | hence it must be the proper effect of the first and most universal ~ 204 1, 45 | acts dispositively to the effect of the ~principal agent. 205 1, 45 | bench, which is the proper effect of the principal agent. 206 1, 45 | principal agent. Now ~the proper effect of God creating is what 207 1, 45 | and instrumentally to this effect, since creation is not ~ 208 1, 45 | although ~to create a finite effect does not show an infinite 209 1, 45 | sufficient; because every divine effect is caused by ~every essential 210 1, 45 | can be considered from the effect of the action; for it must 211 1, 45 | Reply OBJ 3: Although every effect of God proceeds from each 212 1, 45 | from each attribute, ~each effect is reduced to that attribute 213 1, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the effect represents only its own 214 1, 45 | 1/2~I answer that, Every effect in some degree represents 215 1, 45 | because the order of the effect to something else is from 216 1, 45 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the effect is not more powerful than 217 1, 46 | sufficient cause, there is an effect; for ~a cause to which there 218 1, 46 | cause to which there is no effect is an imperfect cause, requiring ~ 219 1, 46 | something else to make the effect follow. But God is the sufficient 220 1, 46 | action postulates an eternal effect. But the ~action of God 221 1, 46 | since the ~necessity of the effect depends on the necessity 222 1, 46 | eternal will to produce some effect, yet He did not produce 223 1, 46 | not produce an ~eternal effect. Nor is it necessary for 224 1, 46 | considered as giving time to His effect as ~much as and when He 225 1, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 9: As the effect follows from the cause that 226 1, 46 | 10: Given the action, the effect follows according to the ~ 227 1, 46 | action ~of God an eternal effect did not follow; but such 228 1, 46 | not follow; but such an effect as God ~willed, an effect, 229 1, 46 | effect as God ~willed, an effect, to wit, which has being 230 1, 46 | therefore, ~which is His effect, did not always exist.~Aquin.: 231 1, 46 | necessity precedes its effect in time; because the effect 232 1, 46 | effect in time; because the effect is only in the ~end of the 233 1, 46 | required for a certain effect; for instance, that a stone 234 1, 47 | Therefore He ~produces but one effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 235 1, 47 | the exemplar cause of His effect, as was said above (Q[44], 236 1, 47 | Therefore, as God is one, His effect is one only, and not diverse.~ 237 1, 47 | A[4]). Therefore the effect of God is but one.~Aquin.: 238 1, 47 | active causes; and such an effect we can describe ~only as 239 1, 47 | thing; and therefore its effect is one ~only. But the voluntary 240 1, 47 | Further, equality is the effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 241 1, 47 | creatures ~would not be the effect of the goodness of God as 242 1, 47 | best agent to produce an effect which is ~best in its entirety; 243 1, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The first effect of unity is equality; and 244 1, 48 | as the end is said ~to effect by moving the efficient 245 1, 48 | two ways evil does ~not effect anything of itself, that 246 1, 49 | 3: Further, a deficient effect can proceed only from a 247 1, 49 | But evil is a deficient effect. Therefore its cause, if 248 1, 49 | action ~otherwise than in the effect. In the action evil is caused 249 1, 49 | but not in the ~proper effect of the agent, sometimes 250 1, 49 | is a defect in the proper effect of the fire - as, for instance, ~ 251 1, 49 | produces the same kind of ~effect as it is itself, unless 252 1, 49 | evil never follows in ~the effect, unless some other evil 253 1, 49 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the effect of the secondary cause is 254 1, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The effect of the deficient secondary 255 1, 49 | Further, the evil of the effect is reduced to the evil of 256 1, 49 | cause; because the deficient effect comes from the deficient 257 1, 50 | perfect assimilation of an effect to ~a cause is accomplished 258 1, 50 | is accomplished when the effect imitates the cause according 259 1, 50 | whereby the cause produces the effect; as heat makes heat. Now, 260 1, 50 | 26) would be true, to the effect that we know earth ~by earth, 261 1, 50 | OBJ 3: Further, the proper effect of the separate substances 262 1, 54 | who understands it, as an effect which ~differs from both.~ 263 1, 54 | same relation to cause, as effect to ~effect. But the form 264 1, 54 | to cause, as effect to ~effect. But the form whereby the 265 1, 56 | The nature of cause and effect does not lead one angel 266 1, 56 | likeness, so far as cause and effect ~are alike. Therefore if 267 1, 57 | two ways: first, in its ~effect. In this way it can be known 268 1, 57 | subtlety according as the effect is the ~more hidden. For 269 1, 58 | syllogizing from causes to effect, or from effect to cause.~ 270 1, 58 | causes to effect, or from effect to cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP 271 1, 59 | the ~resemblance in the effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 272 1, 60 | is more powerful than the effect; and the ~principle than 273 1, 61 | active cause as produces its ~effect by changing the matter from 274 1, 62 | nature does to the natural effect; hence (1 Jn. 3:9) grace 275 1, 63 | the cause is granted, ~the effect follows. If, therefore, 276 1, 63 | good principle; because the effect always reverts to its principle. 277 1, 63 | For the cause precedes the effect. But, as ~Damascene observes ( 278 1, 64 | was the Son of God and the effect of His passion, they would 279 1, 65 | required to produce a finite ~effect. But every corporeal thing 280 1, 66 | substance. But God can effect that accident exist without 281 1, 66 | the contrary, An imperfect effect proves imperfection in the 282 1, 66 | being; which is ~the proper effect of an accidental form. Thus 283 1, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: Nature produces effect in act from being in potentiality; ~ 284 1, 67 | is more potent than its effect. But the light of ~the heavenly 285 1, 70 | Further, plants are an effect of the sun, moon, and other ~ 286 1, 70 | bodies. Now, cause precedes effect in the order of nature. 287 1, 70 | rays of the sun have one effect, those of the moon ~another, 288 1, 70 | cause is nobler than its effect. But the sun, moon, ~and 289 1, 76 | the cause is removed, the effect is also removed. ~Therefore, 290 1, 76 | as regards the subsequent effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 291 1, 77 | the cause be removed, the effect is removed. Hence if ~the 292 1, 37 | question is objected to the ~effect that when we say, "the Father 293 1, 37 | retracted its equivalent to the ~effect that "the Father is wise 294 1, 37 | the relation of a formal effect; and these approach nearer ~ 295 1, 37 | the action - that is, the effect, when the ~effect itself 296 1, 37 | is, the effect, when the ~effect itself is included in the 297 1, 37 | tree's form, ~but is the effect proceeding from the form. 298 1, 37 | action includes a determined effect, ~the principle of the action 299 1, 37 | the action, and ~from the effect; so we can say, for instance, 300 1, 37 | not include a determined effect, then in that case, the 301 1, 37 | be denominated from the effect, but only from the action. ~ 302 1, 38 | divine person, and to use the effect thereof. The ~rational creature 303 1, 41 | one; and this because the effect is assimilated to ~the form 304 1, 42 | the form. Now the first effect of form is being, for everything 305 1, 42 | of its form. The second effect ~is operation, for every 306 1, 42 | and secondarily ~in the effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 307 1, 42 | and here again we have effect ~and cause. The tenth is 308 1, 42 | the form it gives to the effect, as stated above ~(Q[41], 309 1, 42 | in which to produce its effect. ~In natural agents, however, 310 1, 42 | begins to act thus, the effect would not exist in the same 311 1, 42 | the relations of cause and effect, or ~of the principle and 312 1, 43 | the addition of a temporal effect. For the relation of a divine ~ 313 1, 43 | own temple. So no other effect can be put down as the ~ 314 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the effect of grace is also from the 315 1, 43 | mission as regards the ~effect of grace, in this sense 316 1, 43 | every visible creature is an effect showing forth the ~whole 317 1, 43 | the visible or invisible effect, applicable to the ~mission 318 1, 43 | as the ~principle of the effect implied in the mission, 319 1, 43 | as man cannot cause the effect of grace.~ 320 1, 45 | not ~merely because the effect is not necessary, but because 321 1, 45 | necessary, but because the effect might ~not be if the cause 322 1, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: Passion is an effect of action. Hence it is reasonable 323 1, 45 | principle should be the effect of the first active ~principle, 324 1, 45 | something besides God. ~For the effect is like its exemplar cause. 325 1, 45 | it is in order that the effect may receive a ~determinate 326 1, 46 | relation of cause to the effect, and ~of effect to the cause, 327 1, 46 | cause to the effect, and ~of effect to the cause, and imply 328 1, 46 | hence it must be the proper effect of the first and most universal ~ 329 1, 46 | acts dispositively to the effect of the ~principal agent. 330 1, 46 | bench, which is the proper effect of the principal agent. 331 1, 46 | principal agent. Now ~the proper effect of God creating is what 332 1, 46 | and instrumentally to this effect, since creation is not ~ 333 1, 46 | although ~to create a finite effect does not show an infinite 334 1, 46 | sufficient; because every divine effect is caused by ~every essential 335 1, 46 | can be considered from the effect of the action; for it must 336 1, 46 | Reply OBJ 3: Although every effect of God proceeds from each 337 1, 46 | from each attribute, ~each effect is reduced to that attribute 338 1, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the effect represents only its own 339 1, 46 | 1/2~I answer that, Every effect in some degree represents 340 1, 46 | because the order of the effect to something else is from 341 1, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the effect is not more powerful than 342 1, 47 | sufficient cause, there is an effect; for ~a cause to which there 343 1, 47 | cause to which there is no effect is an imperfect cause, requiring ~ 344 1, 47 | something else to make the effect follow. But God is the sufficient 345 1, 47 | action postulates an eternal effect. But the ~action of God 346 1, 47 | since the ~necessity of the effect depends on the necessity 347 1, 47 | eternal will to produce some effect, yet He did not produce 348 1, 47 | not produce an ~eternal effect. Nor is it necessary for 349 1, 47 | considered as giving time to His effect as ~much as and when He 350 1, 47 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 9: As the effect follows from the cause that 351 1, 47 | 10: Given the action, the effect follows according to the ~ 352 1, 47 | action ~of God an eternal effect did not follow; but such 353 1, 47 | not follow; but such an effect as God ~willed, an effect, 354 1, 47 | effect as God ~willed, an effect, to wit, which has being 355 1, 47 | therefore, ~which is His effect, did not always exist.~Aquin.: 356 1, 47 | necessity precedes its effect in time; because the effect 357 1, 47 | effect in time; because the effect is only in the ~end of the 358 1, 47 | required for a certain effect; for instance, that a stone 359 1, 48 | Therefore He ~produces but one effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 360 1, 48 | the exemplar cause of His effect, as was said above (Q[44], 361 1, 48 | Therefore, as God is one, His effect is one only, and not diverse.~ 362 1, 48 | A[4]). Therefore the effect of God is but one.~Aquin.: 363 1, 48 | active causes; and such an effect we can describe ~only as 364 1, 48 | thing; and therefore its effect is one ~only. But the voluntary 365 1, 48 | Further, equality is the effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 366 1, 48 | creatures ~would not be the effect of the goodness of God as 367 1, 48 | best agent to produce an effect which is ~best in its entirety; 368 1, 48 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The first effect of unity is equality; and 369 1, 49 | as the end is said ~to effect by moving the efficient 370 1, 49 | two ways evil does ~not effect anything of itself, that 371 1, 50 | 3: Further, a deficient effect can proceed only from a 372 1, 50 | But evil is a deficient effect. Therefore its cause, if 373 1, 50 | action ~otherwise than in the effect. In the action evil is caused 374 1, 50 | but not in the ~proper effect of the agent, sometimes 375 1, 50 | is a defect in the proper effect of the fire - as, for instance, ~ 376 1, 50 | produces the same kind of ~effect as it is itself, unless 377 1, 50 | evil never follows in ~the effect, unless some other evil 378 1, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the effect of the secondary cause is 379 1, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The effect of the deficient secondary 380 1, 50 | Further, the evil of the effect is reduced to the evil of 381 1, 50 | cause; because the deficient effect comes from the deficient 382 1, 51 | perfect assimilation of an effect to ~a cause is accomplished 383 1, 51 | is accomplished when the effect imitates the cause according 384 1, 51 | whereby the cause produces the effect; as heat makes heat. Now, 385 1, 51 | 26) would be true, to the effect that we know earth ~by earth, 386 1, 51 | OBJ 3: Further, the proper effect of the separate substances 387 1, 55 | who understands it, as an effect which ~differs from both.~ 388 1, 55 | same relation to cause, as effect to ~effect. But the form 389 1, 55 | to cause, as effect to ~effect. But the form whereby the 390 1, 57 | The nature of cause and effect does not lead one angel 391 1, 57 | likeness, so far as cause and effect ~are alike. Therefore if 392 1, 58 | two ways: first, in its ~effect. In this way it can be known 393 1, 58 | subtlety according as the effect is the ~more hidden. For 394 1, 59 | syllogizing from causes to effect, or from effect to cause.~ 395 1, 59 | causes to effect, or from effect to cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP 396 1, 60 | the ~resemblance in the effect. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 397 1, 61 | is more powerful than the effect; and the ~principle than 398 1, 62 | active cause as produces its ~effect by changing the matter from 399 1, 63 | nature does to the natural effect; hence (1 Jn. 3:9) grace 400 1, 64 | the cause is granted, ~the effect follows. If, therefore, 401 1, 64 | good principle; because the effect always reverts to its principle. 402 1, 64 | For the cause precedes the effect. But, as ~Damascene observes ( 403 1, 65 | was the Son of God and the effect of His passion, they would 404 1, 66 | required to produce a finite ~effect. But every corporeal thing 405 1, 67 | substance. But God can effect that accident exist without 406 1, 67 | the contrary, An imperfect effect proves imperfection in the 407 1, 67 | being; which is ~the proper effect of an accidental form. Thus 408 1, 67 | Reply OBJ 2: Nature produces effect in act from being in potentiality; ~ 409 1, 68 | is more potent than its effect. But the light of ~the heavenly 410 1, 71 | Further, plants are an effect of the sun, moon, and other ~ 411 1, 71 | bodies. Now, cause precedes effect in the order of nature. 412 1, 71 | rays of the sun have one effect, those of the moon ~another, 413 1, 71 | cause is nobler than its effect. But the sun, moon, ~and 414 1, 75 | the cause is removed, the effect is also removed. ~Therefore, 415 1, 75 | as regards the subsequent effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 416 1, 76 | the cause be removed, the effect is removed. Hence if ~the 417 1, 77 | augmentative have their effect where they exist, since 418 1, 77 | generative ~power has its effect, not in one and the same 419 1, 77 | because they produce ~an effect like that of nature, which 420 1, 78 | are two opinions as to the effect of light. For some ~say 421 1, 78 | something in the ~soul. For the effect of the active intellect 422 1, 83 | matter; by our soul, to the effect of knowledge thereof, and 423 1, 83 | corporeal ~matter to the effect of existence: so that, just 424 1, 83 | by another sense, to the effect of receiving the ~intelligible 425 1, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an effect does not surpass the power 426 1, 83 | soul ~should produce some effect in the "composite," Aristotle 427 1, 84 | know a cause through its effect, and substance through accidents. ~ 428 1, 85 | inclined to produce the effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 429 1, 88 | we treat of now, but the effect of grace. Therefore the 430 1, 90 | the agent must be like its effect, it is not fitting that 431 1, 90 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: An effect may be said to pre-exist 432 1, 91 | of nature, can produce an effect into existence outside the 433 1, 92 | represents something by way of an effect, which represents the ~cause 434 1, 92 | of ~which he directs the effect to a good end; as also the 435 1, 93 | demonstration drawn ~from an effect, such as we need; since 436 1, 93 | he saw Him in a created ~effect: secondly, we may take obscurity 437 1, 93 | may take obscurity as an effect of sin, so far as ~man is 438 1, 94 | is not possible that the effect should be of greater efficiency 439 1, 95 | the cause ceasing, the effect also ceases. But the cause ~ 440 1, 96 | the loss of which was an effect of sin; for this was ~reserved 441 1, 96 | disposition. For passion is the effect of action; and in nature ~ 442 1, 96 | beyond its own species; as an effect ~does not exceed its cause. 443 1, 96 | the ~tree of life; for its effect was to strengthen the force 444 1, 96 | the more durable is its effect; therefore, since the power 445 1, 98 | which may easily have some ~effect on the body (of the child). 446 1, 102 | judge the cause by the effect. Now, we see in the government 447 1, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the effect of government is one or 448 1, 102 | seem that there is but one effect of the government of ~the 449 1, 102 | world and not many. For the effect of government is that which 450 1, 102 | of the world has but one effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 451 1, 102 | 3]). Therefore also the effect of ~this government is but 452 1, 102 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the effect of government is not one 453 1, 102 | 1/1~I answer that, The effect of any action may be judged 454 1, 102 | tend. Consequently the ~effect of the government of the 455 1, 102 | this way there is but one effect, ~that is, assimilation 456 1, 102 | supreme good. Secondly, the effect of the ~government of the 457 1, 102 | that, It is possible for an effect to result outside the order ~ 458 1, 102 | reason of this is that no effect results outside the order 459 1, 103 | ceasing to act, can cause its effect to be ~preserved in being; 460 1, 103 | produces something in the effect. Therefore the preserving 461 1, 103 | clear as follows: Every effect depends on its cause, so 462 1, 103 | of ~the "becoming" of its effect, but not directly of its " 463 1, 103 | will be the cause of the ~effect, in its "becoming" only.~ 464 1, 103 | Thus whenever a natural effect is such that it has an ~ 465 1, 103 | then the "becoming" of the effect, but not ~its "being," depends 466 1, 103 | Sometimes, however, the effect has not this aptitude to 467 1, 103 | which do not produce an effect of the ~same species as 468 1, 103 | causes the "becoming" of the effect: so neither ~can the "being" 469 1, 103 | which is the cause of the effect not only in "becoming" but 470 1, 103 | so far as the being of an effect depends on the cause ~of 471 1, 103 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an effect is kept in being by the 472 1, 103 | being, as the being of the ~effect depends on the cause. And 473 1, 103 | It happens also ~that an effect depends on a creature as 474 1, 103 | follows that, ~while the effect depends first and principally 475 1, 103 | the preservation of the effect ~which is to be referred 476 1, 103 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Since an effect is preserved by its proper 477 1, 103 | it depends; just as no effect can be its own cause, but 478 1, 103 | can only produce ~another effect, so no effect can be endowed 479 1, 103 | produce ~another effect, so no effect can be endowed with the 480 1, 103 | form or disposition in the effect, without any fresh ~change 481 1, 103 | any fresh ~change in the effect, the cause preserves that 482 1, 104 | now consider the second effect of the Divine government, 483 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: An effect is assimilated to the active 484 1, 104 | cause; as the ~form of the effect is virtually contained in 485 1, 104 | produced. In this way the effect is like ~its active cause 486 1, 104 | no created power has any effect in things, but that God 487 1, 104 | because the order of cause and effect would be taken ~away from 488 1, 104 | bestows active ~power on its effect. Secondly, because the active 489 1, 104 | subject that ~receives the effect of action. On the other 490 1, 104 | admiration, which arises ~when an effect is manifest, whereas its 491 1, 104 | the cause of a manifest effect may be ~known to one, but 492 1, 104 | was made manifest in its effect, from which it was shown 493 1, 104 | exists to wonder at one effect thereof than at another. 494 1, 106 | local distance has some effect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] A[ 495 1, 106 | speech local distance ~has no effect, as above explained (A[4]). 496 1, 107 | this disposition ~to the effect, which is the carrying out 497 1, 107 | to the order of cause and effect; as when we gradually arrive 498 1, 109 | the principal place in the effect. For example, ~digestion 499 1, 109 | so that it would be the ~effect of a formal principle. But, 500 1, 109 | to prevent some natural effect taking ~place by angelic


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