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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | beginning and end. Hence it follows that God is in very truth ~ 2 1, 2 | exists mentally, it also follows that it exists ~actually. 3 1, 2 | question of its essence follows on the question of its ~ 4 1, 3 | all ~things. Therefore it follows that God is being in general 5 1, 3 | as shown above (A[1]), it follows that in Him ~essence does 6 1, 3 | cannot be a difference. It follows then that God is not in 7 1, 3 | the first cause. Hence it follows that there is no accident 8 1, 4 | being after some fashion. It follows therefore that the ~perfection 9 1, 5 | clear from A[1]. Hence it follows that every being as such 10 1, 5 | though the heat in the fire ~follows from its substantial form. 11 1, 5 | Meteor. iv); ~thirdly, there follows the formality of goodness 12 1, 5 | with all that precedes and follows upon that form. ~Now the 13 1, 5 | Further, upon the form follows an ~inclination to the end, 14 1, 7 | is not its own ~being, it follows that its being is received 15 1, 7 | the increase of multitude follows upon the ~division of magnitude; 16 1, 10 | that, The idea of eternity follows immutability, as the idea 17 1, 10 | immutability, as the idea of ~time follows movement, as appears from 18 1, 10 | alone, ~because eternity follows on immutability; as appears 19 1, 10 | after" in aeviternity, it ~follows that in aeviternal things 20 1, 10 | things not to have been, it follows that it is impossible for 21 1, 10 | simultaneously whole, it ~follows that some creature is actually 22 1, 10 | a thing ~measured, there follows "before" and "after" in 23 1, 11 | Multitude" also, in idea, follows on "one"; because we do 24 1, 12 | not the essence of God, it follows that it is ~some kind of 25 1, 12 | every created intellect, it follows ~that no created intellect 26 1, 12 | the intellect; hence it follows that through the ~intellect 27 1, 12 | as it is ~to the body. It follows therefore that to know self-subsistent 28 1, 12 | but by His essence. It follows then ~that if one sees Him 29 1, 12 | intellectual power; thus it follows too that the ~one whose 30 1, 12 | soul by His essence, it ~follows that He is seen by us in 31 1, 12 | the mode of knowledge follows the mode of the ~nature 32 1, 13 | intellectual conception. It follows therefore that we can give 33 1, 13 | whereby a thing is; hence it follows ~that all names used by 34 1, 13 | Because if that were so, it ~follows that from creatures nothing 35 1, 13 | God, but only in idea, it follows that God is ~not really 36 1, 13 | real in the creature, it follows that God is Lord not in 37 1, 13 | above (Q[11], A[3]), it follows that this name "God" is ~ 38 1, 13 | something as compound, it follows that a true affirmative ~ 39 1, 14 | above (Q[7], A[1]), it ~follows that He occupies the highest 40 1, 14 | because of this only, it follows that sense or intellect 41 1, 14 | existing: just as existence ~follows on the form, so in like 42 1, 14 | like manner to understand follows on the ~intelligible species. 43 1, 14 | species, it necessarily follows that His ~act of understanding 44 1, 14 | Body Para. 2/2~Thus it follows from all the foregoing that 45 1, 14 | anything is perfectly known, it follows of ~necessity that its power 46 1, 14 | only by His essence, it follows that He ~does not know what 47 1, 14 | the proof ~of which is as follows. In our knowledge there 48 1, 14 | given the cause, the effect follows. But the knowledge ~of God 49 1, 14 | things are ~in the future, it follows that God knows them; but 50 1, 14 | as shown above. Hence it follows that ~the knowledge of God 51 1, 14 | future contingent to us, it follows that God ~knows future contingent 52 1, 14 | as said above (A[9]), it follows of necessity that God ~knows 53 1, 14 | some period of time, it follows that ~it is known by God 54 1, 14 | of Christ. ~Therefore it follows, they said, that whatever 55 1, 15 | they are real in God, it ~follows that there is a real plurality 56 1, 15 | proper to it," from which it follows that in the ~divine mind 57 1, 16 | unless the idea of ~the true follows apprehension of being; and 58 1, 16 | while ~the nature of good follows being in so far as being 59 1, 16 | true is a ~kind of good, it follows that the good is prior in 60 1, 16 | understanding. Whence it follows not only that truth is in 61 1, 16 | of the ~understanding. It follows, therefore, that the primary 62 1, 16 | that truth has an end, it ~follows that it is after it has 63 1, 17 | reports as it is affected, it follows that we are not ~deceived 64 1, 17 | erroneously of that object, ~it follows that it sometimes reports 65 1, 18 | as things understood, it follows that all things ~in Him 66 1, 18 | life and not movement, it follows that things existing ~in 67 1, 19 | is intellect: since will ~follows upon intellect. For as natural 68 1, 19 | apart from ~Himself, it follows that the act of His will 69 1, 19 | regard to ~anything, it follows that His determination to 70 1, 19 | accrue to Him from them, it ~follows that His willing things 71 1, 19 | exist in themselves; it follows that God ~knows necessarily 72 1, 19 | acting by His essence, it follows that He acts after the ~ 73 1, 19 | of God has no cause, ~it follows that all things made depend 74 1, 19 | consider that, since the will follows from the intellect, there ~ 75 1, 19 | statement is necessary. It follows ~therefore that all that 76 1, 19 | necessity on things willed, it follows that ~all good happens of 77 1, 19 | efficacious to act, the effect follows upon the cause, not ~only 78 1, 19 | perfectly efficacious, it ~follows not only that things are 79 1, 19 | resists the divine will, it ~follows that not only those things 80 1, 20 | as opposed to ~good; it follows that the acts of the will 81 1, 20 | first is wanting, all that follows is ~also wanting. Now it 82 1, 20 | a greater good. Hence it follows that ~He loves more the 83 1, 21 | were his own. Hence it ~follows that he endeavors to dispel 84 1, 21 | appears mercy. In all that follows, ~the power of mercy remains, 85 1, 22 | have said; it necessarily follows that all things, inasmuch 86 1, 22 | a ~cause, it necessarily follows that everything happening 87 1, 22 | past, which it necessarily follows, happens from necessity; 88 1, 23 | possible, nothing impossible follows. ~But it is possible that 89 1, 23 | than lost. Yet the contrary follows from Mt. 7:13,14: "For wide 90 1, 25 | shown above (Q[7], A[1]) it follows that ~His power likewise 91 1, 25 | Q[4], A[3]). Whence it follows ~that His effect is always 92 1, 25 | univocal agent; wherefore it follows ~that the whole power of 93 1, 27 | self-subsisting (Q[3], A[4]), it follows that no generated ~existence 94 1, 27 | nature (Q[11], A[4]~), it follows that only one procession 95 1, 27 | sensible object ~upon sense. It follows that no other procession 96 1, 28 | the ~divine essence, it follows that the divine essence 97 1, 28 | says (De Trin. i, 1) it follows that ~a real relation in 98 1, 28 | Q[13], A[7]). Hence, it follows that real relations in God 99 1, 28 | that He wills. ~Hence it follows that in God these kinds 100 1, 29 | divine essence only, it follows that forasmuch as we speak 101 1, 30 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, It follows from what precedes that 102 1, 30 | relations in God; and hence it follows that there are also several ~ 103 1, 30 | nature, as Son; thus again it follows that there are not only 104 1, 30 | them; ~for thus it would follows that the procession of the 105 1, 30 | to remove plurality; it follows ~that a vicious circle results, 106 1, 31 | is trine; otherwise ~it follows that, if the Trinity be 107 1, 31 | say, "God is trine," it follows ~that there are three "supposita" 108 1, 31 | other than the Father, it ~follows that He differs from the 109 1, 31 | person from the Father, it follows that the Son is a thing 110 1, 31 | Therefore the same conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 111 1, 32 | reason can be given, it follows that the trinity ~of persons 112 1, 32 | they really differ, ~it follows that the person of the Father 113 1, 32 | differ only logically, it follows that one of them can be ~ 114 1, 32 | the son of Elcana, for it follows that ~the divine Scripture 115 1, 33 | principle of the Son, it follows that ~the Son is a person 116 1, 33 | whence another ~proceeds, it follows that the Father is a principle.~ 117 1, 33 | subject of privation, it follows that the Person of the Father 118 1, 33 | Father to be unbegotten it ~follows that it is proper to Him 119 1, 33 | principle of generation, it follows, as a ~consequence, that 120 1, 34 | of the mind. Therefore it follows that, ~first and chiefly, 121 1, 34 | Q[27], A[2]). ~Hence it follows that the Son alone is properly 122 1, 34 | relation to the creature, it follows that the ~Word proceeds 123 1, 34 | relation to creatures, ~it follows that in God there is not 124 1, 34 | creatures, which relation follows on the action of ~God which 125 1, 34 | import a relation ~which follows from an action which does 126 1, 35 | is impossible. Hence it follows that the Holy Ghost is in 127 1, 36 | Father through the Son, it follows that the Son is ~first generated 128 1, 36 | the one is the Father, ~it follows that the Son is the Father; 129 1, 36 | one is not the Father, ~it follows that the Father is not the 130 1, 36 | principle of the Holy Ghost, it follows that they are ~the same 131 1, 36 | principle of the Holy ~Ghost it follows that the Father and the 132 1, 37 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~It follows that so far as love means 133 1, 37 | another, it necessarily follows that this ~mutual Love, 134 1, 38 | TWO ARTICLES)~There now follows the consideration of the 135 1, 39 | essence itself. Thence it follows that in God essence is not 136 1, 39 | our way of thinking, ~it follows that something can be denied 137 1, 39 | the specific nature, ~it follows that individuals are called " 138 1, 39 | does not beget; and thus it follows that there are two ~Gods.~ 139 1, 40 | composition of matter and form, it follows that in God the ~abstract 140 1, 40 | subject and accident, it ~follows that whatever is attributed 141 1, 40 | considering that relation follows upon act, have said that ~ 142 1, 40 | above explained (A[2]), it follows ~that if the personal relations 143 1, 41 | precedes and from what ~follows as regards the words quoted, 144 1, 41 | in what is generated, it follows ~that something different 145 1, 41 | white he is ~made white - it follows that either the Father does 146 1, 41 | own essence or nature, it follows that the essence or nature 147 1, 41 | the one ~begotten. Thus it follows that the essence generates, 148 1, 41 | whence it ~necessarily follows that the Father in begetting 149 1, 42 | His essence. Wherefore it ~follows, that if there were any 150 1, 42 | as time and motion, it follows that the ~Son must be always 151 1, 42 | potentiality to act, it follows that a man is not ~equal 152 1, 42 | change on His part. Hence ~it follows that as the Father's essence 153 1, 42 | Son is His own essence, it follows ~that He Himself is in the 154 1, 42 | unchangeable God, so to speak, ~follows His own nature in begetting 155 1, 42 | perfection of nature. Hence it ~follows that the Son is equal to 156 1, 43 | by ~sanctifying grace, it follows that the mission of the 157 1, 44 | a thing caused, still it follows, as a consequence, on what ~ 158 1, 44 | being by ~participation, it follows that it is caused. Hence 159 1, 44 | proportion to its actuality, it follows that everything ~made is 160 1, 44 | Therefore the same conclusion follows as ~above.~Aquin.: SMT FP 161 1, 44 | and the final cause, it follows that before ~and after exist 162 1, 44 | primary matter is from Him, it follows ~that the first principle 163 1, 45 | the mode of signification follows the mode of ~understanding 164 1, 45 | potentiality from the act, it follows ~that the power of that 165 1, 45 | proved above (Q[7], A[2]), it follows that no ~creature can create.~ 166 1, 45 | trace of the Trinity, it ~follows that we can find a trace 167 1, 46 | so the ~same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: SMT FP 168 1, 46 | duration constitutes time, ~it follows that time existed before 169 1, 46 | appears that no conclusion follows either way, except ~that 170 1, 46 | Reply OBJ 9: As the effect follows from the cause that acts 171 1, 46 | its form, so likewise it follows from the ~voluntary agent, 172 1, 46 | Given the action, the effect follows according to the ~requirement 173 1, 47 | above ~(Q[15], A[2]), it follows that, although He is one, 174 1, 47 | This may be explained as follows. A twofold distinction is ~ 175 1, 48 | is a being in things, it follows that evil is a thing, which 176 1, 48 | goodness, and thence it follows that sometimes they do fail. 177 1, 48 | good as in its ~subject, it follows that good is evil, against 178 1, 48 | the fault, and the pain follows ~afterwards. Therefore, 179 1, 48 | something possessed, it follows that the ~absolute good 180 1, 49 | when there ~necessarily follows on the form intended by 181 1, 49 | on the form of fire there follows ~the privation of the form 182 1, 49 | to it. Hence evil never follows in ~the effect, unless some 183 1, 49 | not ~a fault, but fault follows upon it from the fact that 184 1, 49 | A[3]; Q[6], AA[1],4), it follows that also every evil is 185 1, 49 | its power a form to which follows corruption and defect, ~ 186 1, 49 | good cause, whence evil follows accidentally.~ 187 1, 50 | species of quantity, and follows the division of a continuous ~ 188 1, 50 | was said ~above (A[2]), it follows that it is impossible for 189 1, 51 | later (Q[75], A[2]), it follows that to have a body united 190 1, 51 | A[1]; ~Q[50], A[1]), it follows that they sometimes assume 191 1, 52 | his power to the place, it follows that ~he is not everywhere, 192 1, 53 | above (Q[52], A[1]), it ~follows necessarily that the movement 193 1, 53 | application of magnitude. Hence it follows regarding a body which ~ 194 1, 53 | infinite in potentiality, it follows that ~between every two 195 1, 53 | continuous movement, it follows, either that it does not 196 1, 53 | partly in the other, it follows that he ~is divisible; which 197 1, 53 | said (A[2]). Therefore it follows that he is not moved except 198 1, 54 | expression; for it really follows the union of the object 199 1, 54 | especially ~of such accident as follows the species: for such accident 200 1, 55 | species than the lower, it follows that the ~higher have a 201 1, 55 | several special forms, it follows that the higher angel ~uses 202 1, 56 | actually intelligible. Hence it follows ~that he understands himself 203 1, 56 | A[1], ad 3). Hence, it follows that one angel ~would not 204 1, 56 | infinitely ~remote from God, it follows that he cannot comprehend 205 1, 57 | not control its act, but ~follows the impression of some other 206 1, 58 | says ~(Div. Nom. iv), it follows that as the angel does not 207 1, 58 | knowledge from things. It follows, then, that when we say " 208 1, 59 | on. The inclination which follows this apprehension is called " 209 1, 59 | really convertible, it ~follows that the good is apprehended 210 1, 60 | rational love; since choice follows counsel, ~which lies in 211 1, 60 | know naturally. Now love follows knowledge, as has been already 212 1, 60 | faculty, on the ~contrary, follows the inclination of man towards 213 1, 60 | love is so ~called which follows deductive knowledge: but, 214 1, 60 | to the second objection follows from what has been said.~ 215 1, 60 | loves himself. For love follows knowledge. But an angel 216 1, 60 | naturally belongs to God, it follows that from ~natural love 217 1, 63 | is granted, ~the effect follows. If, therefore, there can 218 1, 63 | what exists of ~another, it follows from this furthermore that 219 1, 63 | with the angels the reward follows immediately ~upon merit; 220 1, 63 | thus, if ~local movement follows a change, then the change 221 1, 63 | of the angels sinned, it ~follows that the Divine ordinance 222 1, 64 | lessened in the demons. For it follows from the very nature of 223 1, 65 | De Trin. iii, 4,5), it ~follows further that even corporeal 224 1, 66 | formation of matter, it follows that at the ~beginning confusion, 225 1, 66 | distinctions will appear ~from what follows (Q[71]).~Aquin.: SMT FP 226 1, 66 | that of the elements, it follows that they have a ~different 227 1, 66 | are from contraries, it follows that, whereas the elements 228 1, 66 | generation and corruption, it follows necessarily that the matter 229 1, 66 | subject of that form - it follows that in its ~totality it 230 1, 66 | not, being sensible. It ~follows, then, that the matter of 231 1, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine follows in this the opinion of Plato, 232 1, 68 | Hexaem.), ~whom Damascene follows (De Fide Orth. ii), says 233 1, 69 | herb," after which there follows, "The evening and the morning 234 1, 69 | confirmed by reason, as follows. In these ~first days God 235 1, 70 | therefore were their forms. It follows, then, that the lights ~ 236 1, 70 | testimony of which Moses follows, as stated above (De Coel. ~ 237 1, 70 | bodies is not ~elemental. It follows, then, that of the operations 238 1, 70 | and moving; for appetite follows both sensitive and ~intellectual 239 1, 70 | heavenly bodies. Hence it follows that they are moved by some ~ 240 1, 74 | from the other days, it follows that ~He did not make that 241 1, 74 | the day of the work that ~follows.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 242 1, 75 | animals are ~sensitive, it follows that they are subsistent; 243 1, 75 | soul as such. From this it ~follows that even the souls of brute 244 1, 75 | the operation of anything follows ~the mode of its being.~ 245 1, 75 | are individualized. ~It follows, therefore, that the intellectual 246 1, 75 | the matter of another, it follows that either the form is 247 1, 76 | be some part of man. It follows therefore ~that the intellect 248 1, 76 | intellect be ~not the form, it follows that it must be outside 249 1, 76 | action of what moves him, it follows that it is ~attributed to 250 1, 76 | things only as a motor, it follows that Socrates is not one ~ 251 1, 76 | derived from its form. It follows therefore that the intellectual ~ 252 1, 76 | the number of ~bodies, it follows that the bodies being removed, 253 1, 76 | this man and that man. ~It follows, therefore, that it is altogether 254 1, 76 | knower to the thing known, it follows that the same thing may 255 1, 76 | by which it is a man, it follows ~either that one of these 256 1, 76 | the same place. Whence it follows that elements in ~the mixed 257 1, 76 | the form; the other which follows by force of the first disposition. ~ 258 1, 76 | become blunt and rusted, follows by force of the matter itself. 259 1, 76 | each part of the ~body, it follows that each part of the body 260 1, 76 | each part of the body, it ~follows that all the powers of the 261 1, 77 | the soul." Therefore it follows that the ~essence of the 262 1, 77 | distinguished by their objects, it follows ~that the same power could 263 1, 77 | such, is less perfect; it follows that ~those powers of the 264 1, 37 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~It follows that so far as love means 265 1, 37 | another, it necessarily follows that this ~mutual Love, 266 1, 38 | TWO ARTICLES) ~There now follows the consideration of the 267 1, 39 | essence itself. Thence it follows that in God essence is not 268 1, 39 | our way of thinking, ~it follows that something can be denied 269 1, 39 | the specific nature, ~it follows that individuals are called " 270 1, 39 | does not beget; and thus it follows that there are two ~Gods.~ 271 1, 40 | composition of matter and form, it follows that in God the ~abstract 272 1, 40 | subject and accident, it ~follows that whatever is attributed 273 1, 40 | considering that relation follows upon act, have said that ~ 274 1, 40 | above explained (A[2]), it follows ~that if the personal relations 275 1, 41 | precedes and from what ~follows as regards the words quoted, 276 1, 41 | in what is generated, it follows ~that something different 277 1, 41 | white he is ~made white - it follows that either the Father does 278 1, 41 | own essence or nature, it follows that the essence or nature 279 1, 41 | the one ~begotten. Thus it follows that the essence generates, 280 1, 41 | whence it ~necessarily follows that the Father in begetting 281 1, 42 | His essence. Wherefore it ~follows, that if there were any 282 1, 42 | as time and motion, it follows that the Son must be always 283 1, 42 | potentiality to act, it follows that a man is not ~equal 284 1, 42 | change on His part. Hence ~it follows that as the Father's essence 285 1, 42 | Son is His own essence, it follows ~that He Himself is in the 286 1, 42 | unchangeable God, so to speak, ~follows His own nature in begetting 287 1, 42 | perfection of nature. Hence it ~follows that the Son is equal to 288 1, 43 | by ~sanctifying grace, it follows that the mission of the 289 1, 45 | a thing caused, still it follows, as a consequence, on what ~ 290 1, 45 | being by ~participation, it follows that it is caused. Hence 291 1, 45 | proportion to its actuality, it follows that everything ~made is 292 1, 45 | Therefore the same conclusion follows as ~above.~Aquin.: SMT FP 293 1, 45 | and the final cause, it follows that before ~and after exist 294 1, 45 | primary matter is from Him, it follows ~that the first principle 295 1, 46 | the mode of signification follows the mode of ~understanding 296 1, 46 | potentiality from the act, it follows ~that the power of that 297 1, 46 | proved above (Q[7], A[2]), it follows that no ~creature can create.~ 298 1, 46 | trace of the Trinity, it ~follows that we can find a trace 299 1, 47 | so the ~same conclusion follows as before.~Aquin.: SMT FP 300 1, 47 | duration constitutes time, ~it follows that time existed before 301 1, 47 | appears that no conclusion follows either way, except ~that 302 1, 47 | Reply OBJ 9: As the effect follows from the cause that acts 303 1, 47 | its form, so likewise it follows from the ~voluntary agent, 304 1, 47 | Given the action, the effect follows according to the ~requirement 305 1, 48 | above ~(Q[15], A[2]), it follows that, although He is one, 306 1, 48 | This may be explained as follows. A twofold distinction is ~ 307 1, 49 | is a being in things, it follows that evil is a thing, which 308 1, 49 | goodness, and thence it follows that sometimes they do fail. 309 1, 49 | good as in its ~subject, it follows that good is evil, against 310 1, 49 | the fault, and the pain follows ~afterwards. Therefore, 311 1, 49 | something possessed, it follows that the ~absolute good 312 1, 50 | when there ~necessarily follows on the form intended by 313 1, 50 | on the form of fire there follows ~the privation of the form 314 1, 50 | to it. Hence evil never follows in ~the effect, unless some 315 1, 50 | not ~a fault, but fault follows upon it from the fact that 316 1, 50 | A[3]; Q[6], AA[1],4), it follows that also every evil is 317 1, 50 | its power a form to which follows corruption and defect, ~ 318 1, 50 | good cause, whence evil follows accidentally.~ 319 1, 51 | species of quantity, and follows the division of a continuous ~ 320 1, 51 | was said ~above (A[2]), it follows that it is impossible for 321 1, 52 | later (Q[75], A[2]), it follows that to have a body united 322 1, 52 | A[1]; ~Q[50], A[1]), it follows that they sometimes assume 323 1, 53 | his power to the place, it follows that ~he is not everywhere, 324 1, 54 | above (Q[52], A[1]), it ~follows necessarily that the movement 325 1, 54 | application of magnitude. Hence it follows regarding a body which ~ 326 1, 54 | infinite in potentiality, it follows that ~between every two 327 1, 54 | continuous movement, it follows, either that it does not 328 1, 54 | partly in the other, it follows that he ~is divisible; which 329 1, 54 | said (A[2]). Therefore it follows that he is not moved except 330 1, 55 | expression; for it really follows the union of the object 331 1, 55 | especially ~of such accident as follows the species: for such accident 332 1, 56 | species than the lower, it follows that the ~higher have a 333 1, 56 | several special forms, it follows that the higher angel ~uses 334 1, 57 | actually intelligible. Hence it follows ~that he understands himself 335 1, 57 | A[1], ad 3). Hence, it follows that one angel ~would not 336 1, 57 | infinitely ~remote from God, it follows that he cannot comprehend 337 1, 58 | not control its act, but ~follows the impression of some other 338 1, 59 | says ~(Div. Nom. iv), it follows that as the angel does not 339 1, 59 | knowledge from things. It follows, then, that when we say " 340 1, 60 | on. The inclination which follows this apprehension is called " 341 1, 60 | really convertible, it ~follows that the good is apprehended 342 1, 61 | rational love; since choice follows counsel, ~which lies in 343 1, 61 | know naturally. Now love follows knowledge, as has been already 344 1, 61 | faculty, on the ~contrary, follows the inclination of man towards 345 1, 61 | love is so ~called which follows deductive knowledge: but, 346 1, 61 | to the second objection follows from what has been said.~ 347 1, 61 | loves himself. For love follows knowledge. But an angel 348 1, 61 | naturally belongs to God, it follows that from ~natural love 349 1, 64 | is granted, ~the effect follows. If, therefore, there can 350 1, 64 | what exists of ~another, it follows from this furthermore that 351 1, 64 | with the angels the reward follows immediately ~upon merit; 352 1, 64 | thus, if ~local movement follows a change, then the change 353 1, 64 | of the angels sinned, it ~follows that the Divine ordinance 354 1, 65 | lessened in the demons. For it follows from the very nature of 355 1, 66 | De Trin. iii, 4,5), it ~follows further that even corporeal 356 1, 67 | formation of matter, it follows that at the ~beginning confusion, 357 1, 67 | distinctions will appear ~from what follows (Q[71]).~Aquin.: SMT FP 358 1, 67 | that of the elements, it follows that they have a ~different 359 1, 67 | are from contraries, it follows that, whereas the elements 360 1, 67 | generation and corruption, it follows necessarily that the matter 361 1, 67 | subject of that form - it follows that in its ~totality it 362 1, 67 | not, being sensible. It ~follows, then, that the matter of 363 1, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine follows in this the opinion of Plato, 364 1, 69 | Hexaem.), ~whom Damascene follows (De Fide Orth. ii), says 365 1, 70 | herb," after which there follows, "The evening and the morning 366 1, 70 | confirmed by reason, as follows. In these ~first days God 367 1, 71 | therefore were their forms. It follows, then, that the lights ~ 368 1, 71 | testimony of which Moses follows, as stated above (De Coel. ~ 369 1, 71 | bodies is not ~elemental. It follows, then, that of the operations 370 1, 71 | and moving; for appetite follows both sensitive and ~intellectual 371 1, 71 | heavenly bodies. Hence it follows that they are moved by some ~ 372 1, 73 | from the other days, it follows that ~He did not make that 373 1, 73 | the day of the work that ~follows.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 374 1, 74 | animals are ~sensitive, it follows that they are subsistent; 375 1, 74 | soul as such. From this it ~follows that even the souls of brute 376 1, 74 | the operation of anything follows ~the mode of its being.~ 377 1, 74 | are individualized. ~It follows, therefore, that the intellectual 378 1, 74 | the matter of another, it follows that either the form is 379 1, 75 | be some part of man. It follows therefore ~that the intellect 380 1, 75 | intellect be ~not the form, it follows that it must be outside 381 1, 75 | action of what moves him, it follows that it is ~attributed to 382 1, 75 | things only as a motor, it follows that Socrates is not one ~ 383 1, 75 | derived from its form. It follows therefore that the intellectual ~ 384 1, 75 | the number of ~bodies, it follows that the bodies being removed, 385 1, 75 | this man and that man. ~It follows, therefore, that it is altogether 386 1, 75 | knower to the thing known, it follows that the same thing may 387 1, 75 | by which it is a man, it follows ~either that one of these 388 1, 75 | the same place. Whence it follows that elements in ~the mixed 389 1, 75 | the form; the other which follows by force of the first disposition. ~ 390 1, 75 | become blunt and rusted, follows by force of the matter itself. 391 1, 75 | each part of the ~body, it follows that each part of the body 392 1, 75 | each part of the body, it ~follows that all the powers of the 393 1, 76 | the soul." Therefore it follows that the ~essence of the 394 1, 76 | distinguished by their objects, it follows ~that the same power could 395 1, 76 | such, is less perfect; it follows that ~those powers of the 396 1, 77 | for digestion, and what follows, is caused ~instrumentally 397 1, 77 | about which it operates, it follows of necessity ~that this 398 1, 77 | of a corporeal organ, it follows that the power which receives 399 1, 77 | completed, and from immutation follows another in the common sense ~ 400 1, 78 | without it: for appetite follows ~apprehension. And in this 401 1, 78 | intellect, and the will, which follows the intellect. And for this 402 1, 78 | intelligence. Wherefore it follows not that the intellect is 403 1, 78 | actually ~intelligible; it follows that the natures of forms 404 1, 78 | is an active power: it ~follows that a man would always 405 1, 79 | observe that some inclination follows ~every form: for example, 406 1, 79 | the animal appetite, which follows the apprehension, ~and by 407 1, 79 | motive ~power which in man follows the intellect is not distinct 408 1, 79 | power which in animals follows sense. Therefore, for a 409 1, 80 | other animals movement ~follows at once the concupiscible 410 1, 81 | the movable necessarily ~follows the mover. Therefore it 411 1, 81 | will, in the natural order, follows the act of the intellect. ~ 412 1, 81 | order to its object, it follows that ~the intellect in itself 413 1, 82 | object of the appetite, it follows that choice is ~principally 414 1, 83 | does not know bodies, it follows that there is no science 415 1, 83 | spiritual things; for it follows that God and the angels 416 1, 83 | sense, is clear from what follows. For he says that the soul ~" 417 1, 83 | listener is assured of what follows by that which preceded.~ 418 1, 83 | active intelligence," it follows that at times ~the soul 419 1, 83 | turning to the phantasms, it follows ~that it cannot understand 420 1, 84 | likeness of the stone"; it follows that the soul knows ~external 421 1, 84 | universal for its object, it follows that ~our knowledge of the 422 1, 84 | the mode of every action follows the form which is the ~principle 423 1, 85 | known without ~form, it follows that the material infinite 424 1, 85 | therefore their imagination ~follows entirely the influence of 425 1, 87 | things. ~Hence it clearly follows that the knowledge of all 426 1, 87 | quiddity of material things, it follows that however much our ~intellect 427 1, 87 | corporeal properties. Hence it follows that much ~less can immaterial 428 1, 88 | of action in every agent follows from its ~mode of existence. 429 1, 88 | ad lit. ii, 8). Hence it follows that separated ~souls know 430 1, 88 | as it is in this life, it follows that through the ~intelligible 431 1, 88 | what passes on earth. This follows from ~what has been laid 432 1, 89 | because ~existence naturally follows the form. The same reason 433 1, 92 | manifest that specific likeness follows the ultimate ~difference. 434 1, 92 | his natural reason, it ~follows that by his natural knowledge 435 1, 92 | Persons: but rather ~one follows from the other. We must, 436 1, 97 | except the species, it follows that the chief purpose of 437 1, 99 | his mode of expression as follows: "It ~seems that if they 438 1, 102 | by several. From this it follows that the ~government of 439 1, 102 | the Divine government, it follows that there is nothing fortuitous 440 1, 102 | the Divine government, ~it follows that all things happen by 441 1, 102 | thing opposes another, it follows ~that some one thing can 442 1, 103 | 6~This is made clear as follows: Every effect depends on 443 1, 103 | another, it necessarily follows that, ~while the effect 444 1, 104 | natures of all forms, it follows ~that He can determinately 445 1, 104 | says ~(Phys. vii, 2), it follows that there must be some 446 1, 104 | is between opposites, it follows ~that two opposites would 447 1, 104 | bodies whatever. ~This indeed follows from what is above stated ( 448 1, 104 | immediately in matter, it follows that He can move ~any body 449 1, 104 | in a determinate time, it follows ~that an infinite power 450 1, 104 | result of immateriality, it ~follows that He is the First intelligent 451 1, 104 | is the cause of all that follows, we must conclude that ~ 452 1, 104 | in their First ~Cause, it follows that they exist intelligibly 453 1, 104 | if God moves the will, it follows that voluntary ~actions 454 1, 104 | Supreme Good, which is God; it follows that God Himself is the 455 1, 104 | innermost in all ~things; it follows that in all things God works 456 1, 105 | give the power to which follows ~that natural inclination. 457 1, 106 | so the same ~conclusion follows.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] A[ 458 1, 108 | answer that, Since action follows the nature of a thing, where 459 1, 108 | degree to unhappiness, it ~follows that to preside in evil 460 1, 108 | the angels' precedence follows upon the order of nature, ~ 461 1, 108 | the sake of the good that follows; so also the good angels 462 1, 109 | motion of natural bodies follows on their forms. But the ~ 463 1, 109 | power of created nature, it follows that when ~anything is done 464 1, 110 | This may be explained as follows. For it ~was said above ( 465 1, 111 | Divine command. Hence it follows that an angel is sent by 466 1, 111 | operation alone. Hence it follows that ~his external occupations 467 1, 113 | someone is, ~according as he follows or resists the desires of 468 1, 114 | Plato and Avicenna, who ~follows him to a certain extent, 469 1, 114 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~From this follows the solution of the second 470 1, 114 | sufficient cause, the effect follows ~of necessity. But heavenly 471 1, 114 | principle is necessary, it follows that the ~effect of the 472 1, 114 | given the ~cause, the effect follows of necessity; concluded 473 1, 114 | pre-existing cause, from which ~it follows of necessity. For instance, 474 1, 116 | active quality. Therefore it follows that knowledge is an active 475 1, 116 | 76], A[2]). From this it ~follows that the same intelligible 476 1, 117 | like the generated, it follows of necessity that both the 477 1, 117 | Gener. Animal. ii, 3): "It follows that the intellect alone ~ 478 1, 117 | pre-existing soul: and from this it follows of necessity that the ~intellectual 479 1, 117 | corruption of another, it follows of necessity that both in 480 2, 1 | willing. Consequently it follows that if a ~human action 481 2, 1 | a certain fixed form; it follows that ~there is a certain 482 2, 2 | upon as ~famous. Hence it follows that fame can nowise make 483 2, 2 | is better than all that follows. But for ~man's being and 484 2, 2 | surpasses life and all that follows it; for thus being itself 485 2, 3 | will's ~first object, it follows that it does not belong 486 2, 3 | belongs that which last of all follows the attainment of the end, 487 2, 3 | intellect. ~Consequently it follows that man's happiness cannot 488 2, 3 | the FP, Q[44], A[1]. It follows that contemplation ~of Him 489 2, 4 | does not depend on what follows. But the ~operation of the 490 2, 4 | But perfect operation follows perfect being: since nothing ~ 491 2, 4 | the FP, Q[75], A[2]. It follows, ~therefore, that after 492 2, 5 | this opinion be true, it follows that he never will lose 493 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: Since the will follows the apprehension of the 494 2, 6 | note that the cause of what follows from want of ~action is 495 2, 7 | enumeration may be set down as follows. For a ~circumstance is 496 2, 8 | which we call the will, follows from an apprehended ~form. 497 2, 9 | flies ahead, the desire follows sluggishly ~or not at all: 498 2, 9 | particular power, because it follows the ~particular apprehension 499 2, 9 | bodily organ: wherefore it follows that the ~will is a power 500 2, 9 | Further, the act of the will follows the act of the intellect. ~


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