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1 1, 2 | should be both mover and moved, i.e. that it ~should move 2 1, 5 | and by an agent matter is moved to its form. Hence the end 3 1, 8 | Phys. vii ~that the thing moved and the mover must be joined 4 1, 9 | because ~everything which is moved, remains as it was in part, 5 1, 9 | away in ~part; as what is moved from whiteness to blackness, 6 1, 9 | thus in everything which is moved, there is some kind of ~ 7 1, 9 | manifest that God cannot be moved. Thirdly, because everything 8 1, 9 | because everything which is ~moved acquires something by its 9 1, 9 | in everything which is ~moved." But, according to some, 10 1, 10 | because in everything which is moved there ~is a beginning, and 11 1, 10 | viii, 20,22,23) that to be moved through time, is to be moved 12 1, 10 | moved through time, is to be moved by ~affections. But as regards 13 1, 12 | for the ~imagination is moved by sense to act. Therefore 14 1, 12 | simultaneously, and thus they are moved in the act of understanding ~ 15 1, 13 | the mover and the thing moved, the head and the thing 16 1, 14 | own essence, nor is He moved at all; thus He cannot return 17 1, 14 | the knower. But nothing is moved, or suffers, or is made 18 1, 18 | of itself, but is only moved by another power, then its 19 1, 18 | Heavy and light bodies are ~moved by an extrinsic force, either 20 1, 18 | operates of itself and not as moved by another, the more ~perfectly 21 1, 18 | things that move and are moved, a threefold order is ~found. 22 1, 18 | natural instinct ~they are moved to any action through the 23 1, 18 | other things it must be ~moved by another. Wherefore that 24 1, 18 | moves, but of the thing moved; ~whereas the latter action 25 1, 18 | movement is an act of the thing moved, so an act of ~this kind 26 1, 19 | the ~will moves, and is moved. But God is the first cause 27 1, 19 | outside ~itself, must be moved by another; but the object 28 1, 19 | His ~essence, it is not moved by another than itself, 29 1, 19 | Himself, His will must be moved by another; which is ~impossible.~ 30 1, 19 | whole reason ~for our being moved is the end, and this it 31 1, 19 | other animals, ~that are moved to act by natural instinct, 32 1, 19 | instinct, are not said to be moved by ~free-will. Since then 33 1, 19 | Other creatures act only as moved by the ~divine operation; 34 1, 20 | goodness of things, but is moved by it as by its ~object, 35 1, 22 | it was this argument that moved those who withdrew the course ~ 36 1, 23 | not spare ~and will not be moved to repentance" (1 Kgs. 15: 37 1, 27 | as anyone is described as moved ~or impelled by love to 38 1, 28 | there is motion in the thing moved; whereas passion implies 39 1, 32 | persons; ~while some are moved by the consideration that " 40 1, 34 | intellect, ~whereby it is moved, and understands, and thinks, 41 1, 38 | Other ~creatures can be moved by a divine person, not, 42 1, 41 | and terminating in what is moved, is ~called "action." Hence, 43 1, 43 | did not exist, is locally moved by being sent; hence it 44 1, 45 | between the mover and ~the moved, therefore also creation 45 1, 45 | which can be touched or moved, which is ~contrary to the 46 1, 46 | nothing begins anew to be moved except through either ~the 47 1, 46 | the mover or the thing moved being otherwise than it 48 1, 46 | now than it was before, is moved. Therefore before every 49 1, 46 | therefore also the thing moved always was, because movement 50 1, 46 | instance, that a stone be ~moved by a stick, the stick by 51 1, 46 | in the process of being ~moved and made, there is a "before" 52 1, 46 | its term is not in "being moved." But ~creation is neither 53 1, 49 | For a heavy ~thing is not moved upwards except by some impelling 54 1, 50 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing is moved except a body, as the Philosopher 55 1, 51 | would follow that all bodies moved by the angels are assumed ~ 56 1, 51 | the angels are not thus moved, since the ~angels are not 57 1, 51 | forms. Yet the angels are moved accidentally, when ~such 58 1, 51 | accidentally, when ~such bodies are moved, since they are in them 59 1, 51 | them as movers are in the moved; ~and they are here in such 60 1, 51 | Accordingly, although God is not moved when the things are ~moved 61 1, 51 | moved when the things are ~moved in which He exists, since 62 1, 51 | everywhere; yet the angels are ~moved accidentally according to 63 1, 51 | assumed. But ~they are not moved according to the movement 64 1, 51 | the movers in the thing moved, because the ~heavenly bodies 65 1, 52 | applied only to what is ~first moved by him. Now there is one 66 1, 53 | Whether an angel can be moved locally.~(2) Whether in 67 1, 53 | Whether an angel can be moved locally?~Aquin.: SMT FP 68 1, 53 | that an angel cannot be moved locally. For, as the ~Philosopher 69 1, 53 | which is devoid of ~parts is moved"; because, while it is in 70 1, 53 | wherefrom," it is not ~moved; nor while it is in the 71 1, 53 | for it is then already ~moved; consequently it remains 72 1, 53 | that everything which is moved, while it ~is being moved, 73 1, 53 | moved, while it ~is being moved, is partly in the term " 74 1, 53 | Therefore an angel cannot be ~moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 75 1, 53 | a beatified angel is not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 76 1, 53 | the holy angels are not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 77 1, 53 | a beatified angel to be moved ~as for a beatified soul 78 1, 53 | for a beatified soul to be moved. But it must necessarily 79 1, 53 | that ~a blessed soul is moved locally, because it is an 80 1, 53 | Therefore a beatified angel is moved ~locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 81 1, 53 | A beatified angel can be moved locally. As, however, to ~ 82 1, 53 | be said ~that a thing is moved where it is in the term " 83 1, 53 | it could be said to be moved. But ~the continuity of 84 1, 53 | necessary for the thing moved to be not totally in ~either 85 1, 53 | terms while it is being moved; but partly in the one, 86 1, 53 | from which he begins to be moved; but while he is ~actually 87 1, 53 | our need, the ~angel is moved locally, according to Heb. 88 1, 53 | contrary, If the angel be moved from one place to another, 89 1, 53 | consequently he was being moved while existing in some place. 90 1, 53 | some place. But he was ~not moved so long as he was in the 91 1, 53 | whence." Therefore, he was moved ~while he was in mid-space: 92 1, 53 | thing ~which is continually moved comes, before arriving at 93 1, 53 | the last into which ~it is moved"; because the order of first 94 1, 53 | body. For a body is not moved from place to place except 95 1, 53 | nows" in which the body moved is not in one place and 96 1, 53 | therefore, any movable body be moved, but not by ~continuous 97 1, 53 | OBJ 2: While an angel is moved locally, his essence is 98 1, 53 | mover, and the less the moved resist the mover, ~the more 99 1, 53 | If therefore a body is moved in time, an angel is moved 100 1, 53 | moved in time, an angel is moved in ~an instant.~Aquin.: 101 1, 53 | Further, if an angel be moved from place to place in time, 102 1, 53 | it follows that he is not moved except in the last ~instant 103 1, 53 | said that when an angel is moved from place to ~place, during 104 1, 53 | movement for the subject moved to be otherwise now ~than 105 1, 53 | movement: because ~to be moved in any whole time, is not 106 1, 53 | light were understood to ~be moved to what is near, before 107 1, 53 | what is near, before being moved to what is remote. But the ~ 108 1, 55 | distant; and so he would be moved locally to no purpose.~Aquin.: 109 1, 55 | that account: for he is not moved to a place for the purpose 110 1, 56 | Further, the intellect is moved by the intelligible object: ~ 111 1, 56 | passion. ~But nothing is moved by or is passive to itself; 112 1, 56 | knower, as ~knowing, to be moved by the object, but as knowing 113 1, 56 | in ~potentiality, to be moved and to be passive. Hence 114 1, 57 | man in so far as these are moved by the will ~and reason; 115 1, 58 | But the angels' minds are moved ~by understanding, as Dionysius 116 1, 59 | will is a mover which is moved; for it is moved by the 117 1, 59 | which is moved; for it is moved by the appetible object ~ 118 1, 59 | called a mover which is moved, according as to ~will and 119 1, 59 | OBJ 1: A natural body is moved to its own being by its 120 1, 59 | judgment, but, as it were, moved and made to act by others; 121 1, 60 | things in the world are moved to act by something else ~ 122 1, 60 | manner that He is in no way ~moved to act by another; and in 123 1, 60 | unfitting in an angel being moved to act in so far as ~such 124 1, 60 | nature. ~Yet he is not so moved to act that he does not 125 1, 60 | things from which he is moved in a ~measure to grasp other 126 1, 60 | evidenced from things which are moved according to nature: because ~" 127 1, 60 | according as a thing is moved naturally, it has an inborn 128 1, 60 | inborn aptitude to be ~thus moved," as stated in Phys. ii, 129 1, 60 | the same movement of love ~moved towards the Divine essence 130 1, 62 | except in so far as it is moved instrumentally by the ~nutritive 131 1, 62 | beatitude, except it be moved thereto by a ~supernatural 132 1, 62 | considered in itself, can be moved in any direction; ~but is 133 1, 62 | cannot, properly speaking, be moved towards ~such end; and so 134 1, 62 | natural bodies begin to be moved in ~the very instant of 135 1, 62 | or thwart it, nature is moved with its whole energy. So 136 1, 62 | that it needs to be ~moved by God towards its beatitude. 137 1, 62 | the rational creature is moved towards its end, not merely 138 1, 62 | ultimate term is not said to be moved, ~but to have been moved. 139 1, 62 | moved, ~but to have been moved. Consequently, to merit 140 1, 63 | natural for the angels to be moved by the movement of love 141 1, 63 | with his whole might he is moved to ~whatsoever he is moved, 142 1, 63 | moved to ~whatsoever he is moved, be it good or bad. Consequently 143 1, 64 | apprehensive, whereby it is moved, as the movable by its mover. 144 1, 65 | agent, which is a body, is moved by a ~created spiritual 145 1, 66 | another unless itself also be moved. Therefore the empyrean 146 1, 66 | influence bodies that are moved, though itself motionless, 147 1, 66 | the ~first heaven, and is moved, produces therein not something 148 1, 70 | of apprehension, and is moved as the desirer is ~moved 149 1, 70 | moved as the desirer is ~moved by the object desired (Metaph. 150 1, 70 | parts, the moving and the moved, goes ~on to show the nature 151 1, 70 | moving power with the object moved, and since Plato holds the 152 1, 70 | the heavenly bodies are moved by the direct influence 153 1, 70 | it follows that they are moved by some ~intellectual substances. 154 1, 70 | adornment, for they are moved by a ~living substance.~ 155 1, 70 | heavenly body is a mover moved, it is of the ~nature of 156 1, 70 | natural aptitude for being ~moved by an intelligent power.~ 157 1, 70 | compounded of mover and moved; not by the union of the 158 1, 70 | as the ~form, with the moved, as the matter, but by contact 159 1, 74 | words, "The Spirit of God ~moved over the waters," are unbecoming.~ 160 1, 74 | Spirit of God," it is said, "moved over the ~waters" - that 161 1, 74 | Ghost by the Spirit that moved over the waters. ~But in 162 1, 74 | implied that the Spirit moved over that which was incomplete ~ 163 1, 74 | Hexaem.) that the Spirit moved ~over the element of water, " 164 1, 75 | Nor does it move unless moved. First, because ~seemingly 165 1, 75 | move unless it is itself moved, since nothing gives ~what 166 1, 75 | anything that moves and is not moved, it ~must be the cause of 167 1, 75 | Therefore the soul is a mover ~moved. But every mover moved is 168 1, 75 | moved. But every mover moved is a body. Therefore the 169 1, 75 | between the mover and the moved there must be contact. ~ 170 1, 75 | which is in motion must be moved by something ~else, a process 171 1, 75 | that not every mover is moved. For, since to be moved 172 1, 75 | moved. For, since to be moved is to pass from ~potentiality 173 1, 75 | what it has to the thing ~moved, inasmuch as it causes it 174 1, 75 | altogether immovable, and not moved ~either essentially, or 175 1, 75 | mover, which, ~though not moved essentially, is moved accidentally; 176 1, 75 | not moved essentially, is moved accidentally; and for this 177 1, 75 | another mover, which is moved essentially - namely, the ~ 178 1, 75 | maintained that every mover is moved; and that the soul ~is moved 179 1, 75 | moved; and that the soul ~is moved directly, and is a body.~ 180 1, 75 | to understand is to be ~moved, as is clear from the context. 181 1, 75 | is not a mover, but is moved. Therefore the soul of brute 182 1, 75 | in moving, but in being moved. Whence ~it is clear that 183 1, 76 | understands is not because he is moved by his intellect, but ~rather, 184 1, 76 | rather, contrariwise, he is moved by his intellect because 185 1, 76 | as a motor to the thing moved. ~Whereas the act of intellect 186 1, 76 | for the reason that he is ~moved by his intellect. Thirdly, 187 1, 76 | attributed to the thing moved, except as to an instrument; 188 1, 76 | the same movable thing be moved by ~several motors; and 189 1, 76 | and still less if it be moved according to its various ~ 190 1, 76 | moves, and the ~other is moved, as the Philosopher proves ( 191 1, 76 | be such that it ~can be moved. But primary matter cannot 192 1, 76 | primary matter cannot be moved (Phys. v, 1), since it ~ 193 1, 76 | indeed everything that is moved is a body. ~Therefore in 194 1, 76 | animate body is the part moved.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 195 1, 76 | certain aptitude to be ~moved by the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 196 1, 77 | movement. But nothing is ~moved by itself, as the Philosopher 197 1, 77 | an animal is said to be moved ~by itself, because one 198 1, 77 | thereof moves and another is moved. Neither ~is the soul moved, 199 1, 77 | moved. Neither ~is the soul moved, as the Philosopher proves ( 200 1, 38 | Other ~creatures can be moved by a divine person, not, 201 1, 41 | and terminating in what is moved, is ~called "action." Hence, 202 1, 43 | did not exist, is locally moved by being sent; hence it 203 1, 46 | between the mover and ~the moved, therefore also creation 204 1, 46 | which can be touched or moved, which is ~contrary to the 205 1, 47 | nothing begins anew to be moved except through either ~the 206 1, 47 | the mover or the thing moved being otherwise than it 207 1, 47 | now than it was before, is moved. Therefore before every 208 1, 47 | therefore also the thing moved always was, because movement 209 1, 47 | instance, that a stone be ~moved by a stick, the stick by 210 1, 47 | in the process of being ~moved and made, there is a "before" 211 1, 47 | its term is not in "being moved." But ~creation is neither 212 1, 50 | For a heavy ~thing is not moved upwards except by some impelling 213 1, 51 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing is moved except a body, as the Philosopher 214 1, 52 | would follow that all bodies moved by the angels are assumed ~ 215 1, 52 | the angels are not thus moved, since the ~angels are not 216 1, 52 | forms. Yet the angels are moved accidentally, when ~such 217 1, 52 | accidentally, when ~such bodies are moved, since they are in them 218 1, 52 | them as movers are in the moved; ~and they are here in such 219 1, 52 | Accordingly, although God is not moved when the things are ~moved 220 1, 52 | moved when the things are ~moved in which He exists, since 221 1, 52 | everywhere; yet the angels are ~moved accidentally according to 222 1, 52 | assumed. But ~they are not moved according to the movement 223 1, 52 | the movers in the thing moved, because the ~heavenly bodies 224 1, 53 | applied only to what is ~first moved by him. Now there is one 225 1, 54 | Whether an angel can be moved locally.~(2) Whether in 226 1, 54 | Whether an angel can be moved locally?~Aquin.: SMT FP 227 1, 54 | that an angel cannot be moved locally. For, as the ~Philosopher 228 1, 54 | which is devoid of ~parts is moved"; because, while it is in 229 1, 54 | wherefrom," it is not ~moved; nor while it is in the 230 1, 54 | for it is then already ~moved; consequently it remains 231 1, 54 | that everything which is moved, while it ~is being moved, 232 1, 54 | moved, while it ~is being moved, is partly in the term " 233 1, 54 | Therefore an angel cannot be ~moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 234 1, 54 | a beatified angel is not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 235 1, 54 | the holy angels are not moved locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 236 1, 54 | a beatified angel to be moved ~as for a beatified soul 237 1, 54 | for a beatified soul to be moved. But it must necessarily 238 1, 54 | that ~a blessed soul is moved locally, because it is an 239 1, 54 | Therefore a beatified angel is moved ~locally.~Aquin.: SMT FP 240 1, 54 | A beatified angel can be moved locally. As, however, to ~ 241 1, 54 | be said ~that a thing is moved where it is in the term " 242 1, 54 | it could be said to be moved. But ~the continuity of 243 1, 54 | necessary for the thing moved to be not totally in ~either 244 1, 54 | terms while it is being moved; but partly in the one, 245 1, 54 | from which he begins to be moved; but while he is actually 246 1, 54 | our need, the ~angel is moved locally, according to Heb. 247 1, 54 | contrary, If the angel be moved from one place to another, 248 1, 54 | consequently he was being moved while existing in some place. 249 1, 54 | some place. But he was ~not moved so long as he was in the 250 1, 54 | whence." Therefore, he was moved ~while he was in mid-space: 251 1, 54 | thing ~which is continually moved comes, before arriving at 252 1, 54 | the last into which ~it is moved"; because the order of first 253 1, 54 | body. For a body is not moved from place to place except 254 1, 54 | nows" in which the body moved is not in one place and 255 1, 54 | therefore, any movable body be moved, but not by ~continuous 256 1, 54 | OBJ 2: While an angel is moved locally, his essence is 257 1, 54 | mover, and the less the moved resist the mover, ~the more 258 1, 54 | If therefore a body is moved in time, an angel is moved 259 1, 54 | moved in time, an angel is moved in ~an instant.~Aquin.: 260 1, 54 | Further, if an angel be moved from place to place in time, 261 1, 54 | it follows that he is not moved except in the last ~instant 262 1, 54 | said that when an angel is moved from place to ~place, during 263 1, 54 | movement for the subject moved to be otherwise now ~than 264 1, 54 | movement: because ~to be moved in any whole time, is not 265 1, 54 | light were understood to ~be moved to what is near, before 266 1, 54 | what is near, before being moved to what is remote. But the ~ 267 1, 56 | distant; and so he would be moved locally to no purpose.~Aquin.: 268 1, 56 | that account: for he is not moved to a place for the purpose 269 1, 57 | Further, the intellect is moved by the intelligible object: ~ 270 1, 57 | passion. ~But nothing is moved by or is passive to itself; 271 1, 57 | knower, as ~knowing, to be moved by the object, but as knowing 272 1, 57 | in ~potentiality, to be moved and to be passive. Hence 273 1, 58 | man in so far as these are moved by the will ~and reason; 274 1, 59 | But the angels' minds are moved ~by understanding, as Dionysius 275 1, 60 | will is a mover which is moved; for it is moved by the 276 1, 60 | which is moved; for it is moved by the appetible object ~ 277 1, 60 | called a mover which is moved, according as to ~will and 278 1, 60 | OBJ 1: A natural body is moved to its own being by its 279 1, 60 | judgment, but, as it were, moved and made to act by others; 280 1, 61 | things in the world are moved to act by something else ~ 281 1, 61 | manner that He is in no way ~moved to act by another; and in 282 1, 61 | unfitting in an angel being moved to act in so far as ~such 283 1, 61 | nature. ~Yet he is not so moved to act that he does not 284 1, 61 | things from which he is moved in a ~measure to grasp other 285 1, 61 | evidenced from things which are moved according to nature: because ~" 286 1, 61 | according as a thing is moved naturally, it has an inborn 287 1, 61 | inborn aptitude to be ~thus moved," as stated in Phys. ii, 288 1, 61 | the same movement of love ~moved towards the Divine essence 289 1, 63 | except in so far as it is moved instrumentally by the ~nutritive 290 1, 63 | beatitude, except it be moved thereto by a ~supernatural 291 1, 63 | considered in itself, can be moved in any direction; ~but is 292 1, 63 | cannot, properly speaking, be moved towards ~such end; and so 293 1, 63 | natural bodies begin to be moved in ~the very instant of 294 1, 63 | or thwart it, nature is moved with its whole energy. So 295 1, 63 | that it needs to be ~moved by God towards its beatitude. 296 1, 63 | the rational creature is moved towards its end, not merely 297 1, 63 | ultimate term is not said to be moved, ~but to have been moved. 298 1, 63 | moved, ~but to have been moved. Consequently, to merit 299 1, 64 | natural for the angels to be moved by the movement of love 300 1, 64 | with his whole might he is moved to ~whatsoever he is moved, 301 1, 64 | moved to ~whatsoever he is moved, be it good or bad. Consequently 302 1, 65 | apprehensive, whereby it is moved, as the movable by its mover. 303 1, 66 | agent, which is a body, is moved by a ~created spiritual 304 1, 67 | another unless itself also be moved. Therefore the empyrean 305 1, 67 | influence bodies that are moved, though itself motionless, 306 1, 67 | the ~first heaven, and is moved, produces therein not something 307 1, 71 | of apprehension, and is moved as the desirer is ~moved 308 1, 71 | moved as the desirer is ~moved by the object desired (Metaph. 309 1, 71 | parts, the moving and the moved, goes ~on to show the nature 310 1, 71 | moving power with the object moved, and since Plato holds the 311 1, 71 | the heavenly bodies are moved by the direct influence 312 1, 71 | it follows that they are moved by some ~intellectual substances. 313 1, 71 | adornment, for they are moved by a ~living substance.~ 314 1, 71 | heavenly body is a mover moved, it is of the ~nature of 315 1, 71 | natural aptitude for being ~moved by an intelligent power.~ 316 1, 71 | compounded of mover and moved; not by the union of the 317 1, 71 | as the ~form, with the moved, as the matter, but by contact 318 1, 73 | words, "The Spirit of God ~moved over the waters," are unbecoming.~ 319 1, 73 | Spirit of God," it is said, "moved over the ~waters" - that 320 1, 73 | Ghost by the Spirit that moved over the waters. ~But in 321 1, 73 | implied that the Spirit moved over that which was incomplete ~ 322 1, 73 | Hexaem.) that the Spirit moved ~over the element of water, " 323 1, 74 | Nor does it move unless moved. First, because ~seemingly 324 1, 74 | move unless it is itself moved, since nothing gives ~what 325 1, 74 | anything that moves and is not moved, it ~must be the cause of 326 1, 74 | Therefore the soul is a mover ~moved. But every mover moved is 327 1, 74 | moved. But every mover moved is a body. Therefore the 328 1, 74 | between the mover and the moved there must be contact. ~ 329 1, 74 | which is in motion must be moved by something ~else, a process 330 1, 74 | that not every mover is moved. For, since to be moved 331 1, 74 | moved. For, since to be moved is to pass from ~potentiality 332 1, 74 | what it has to the thing ~moved, inasmuch as it causes it 333 1, 74 | altogether immovable, and not moved ~either essentially, or 334 1, 74 | mover, which, ~though not moved essentially, is moved accidentally; 335 1, 74 | not moved essentially, is moved accidentally; and for this 336 1, 74 | another mover, which is moved essentially - namely, the ~ 337 1, 74 | maintained that every mover is moved; and that the soul ~is moved 338 1, 74 | moved; and that the soul ~is moved directly, and is a body.~ 339 1, 74 | to understand is to be ~moved, as is clear from the context. 340 1, 74 | is not a mover, but is moved. Therefore the soul of brute 341 1, 74 | in moving, but in being moved. Whence ~it is clear that 342 1, 75 | understands is not because he is moved by his intellect, but ~rather, 343 1, 75 | rather, contrariwise, he is moved by his intellect because 344 1, 75 | as a motor to the thing moved. ~Whereas the act of intellect 345 1, 75 | for the reason that he is ~moved by his intellect. Thirdly, 346 1, 75 | attributed to the thing moved, except as to an instrument; 347 1, 75 | the same movable thing be moved by ~several motors; and 348 1, 75 | and still less if it be moved according to its various ~ 349 1, 75 | moves, and the ~other is moved, as the Philosopher proves ( 350 1, 75 | be such that it ~can be moved. But primary matter cannot 351 1, 75 | primary matter cannot be moved (Phys. v, 1), since it ~ 352 1, 75 | indeed everything that is moved is a body. ~Therefore in 353 1, 75 | animate body is the part moved.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 354 1, 75 | certain aptitude to be ~moved by the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 355 1, 76 | movement. But nothing is ~moved by itself, as the Philosopher 356 1, 76 | an animal is said to be moved ~by itself, because one 357 1, 76 | thereof moves and another is moved. Neither ~is the soul moved, 358 1, 76 | moved. Neither ~is the soul moved, as the Philosopher proves ( 359 1, 77 | movement; for ~every animal is moved for the purpose of realizing 360 1, 77 | an animal would not be moved to seek something absent: 361 1, 77 | perfect animals, which are ~moved by progression, for they 362 1, 77 | progression, for they are moved towards something apprehended 363 1, 77 | observe that if an animal were moved by pleasing and ~disagreeable 364 1, 78 | whatever way he ~be altered or moved. Thirdly, in a wide sense 365 1, 78 | passive power, which is moved by the object existing in ~ 366 1, 78 | the same nature a thing is moved towards a ~certain place. 367 1, 79 | power, which is naturally moved by the thing apprehended: ~ 368 1, 79 | is a mover which is not moved, while ~the appetite is 369 1, 79 | the appetite is a mover moved, as the Philosopher says 370 1, 80 | sensitive appetite is ~naturally moved by the estimative power; 371 1, 80 | sensitive appetite is naturally moved by ~this particular reason. 372 1, 80 | is naturally ~guided and moved according to the universal 373 1, 80 | the contrary, man is not moved at once, ~according to the 374 1, 80 | whatever member is naturally moved by voluntary movement, are ~ 375 1, 80 | voluntary movement, are ~moved at once. But the intellect 376 1, 80 | sensitive appetite is naturally moved, not only by the ~estimative 377 1, 81 | ix, 14) that "animals are moved by ~things seen." Therefore 378 1, 81 | it is not of necessity ~moved by it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 379 1, 81 | that is, the will - may be moved; but not of necessity from ~ 380 1, 81 | excels and precedes what is moved, because what moves is an 381 1, 81 | Further, what moves is not moved by what is moved, except 382 1, 81 | is not moved by what is moved, except perhaps ~accidentally. 383 1, 81 | intellect moves without being moved; whereas the ~appetite moves 384 1, 81 | the ~appetite moves and is moved. Therefore the intellect 385 1, 81 | Therefore the intellect is not moved by the ~will.~Aquin.: SMT 386 1, 82 | i, 2). Therefore what is moved by another is not free. 387 1, 82 | sufficient thereto unless it be moved and helped by God.~Aquin.: 388 1, 82 | yet forasmuch as it is moved by the ~apprehensive power 389 1, 83 | mover for the sake of the moved, but ~rather the reverse. 390 1, 85 | when the imagination is moved regarding the future known 391 1, 97 | would have been equally ~moved by the will, without ardent 392 1, 102 | things are governed which are moved towards an ~object. But 393 1, 102 | operate for an end, as though moved ~or directed by another 394 1, 102 | necessity whereby an arrow is moved ~so as to fly towards a 395 1, 102 | universe that things are not moved and do not operate uniformly, 396 1, 102 | Movement is "the act of a thing moved, caused by the ~mover." 397 1, 102 | by diversity of ~things moved, which diversity is essential 398 1, 102 | than another; and one ~is moved by another.~Aquin.: SMT 399 1, 102 | various movable things must be moved variously, even as ~regards 400 1, 102 | in ~this, that they are moved by God Himself, Who works 401 1, 104 | is meant by matter being moved to a form; ~for a form is 402 1, 104 | For as the ~mover and the moved must exist simultaneously, 403 1, 104 | contact between the ~mover and moved. But there can be no contact 404 1, 104 | impossible for a body to be moved ~in one instant; for since 405 1, 104 | Therefore a body cannot be moved immediately by an infinite ~ 406 1, 104 | Wherefore, since bodies are moved immediately by created causes, 407 1, 104 | apprehended by ~that which is moved; but as being desired and 408 1, 104 | clear that for a body to be moved without time can only be 409 1, 104 | fitting for a body to be moved without time, it does not ~ 410 1, 104 | But the action of what is moved by another does ~not proceed 411 1, 104 | Therefore the ~intellect is not moved by another; and so apparently 412 1, 104 | principle of ~movement, is not moved by another. But the movement 413 1, 104 | understanding. Therefore it is not moved by ~another.~Aquin.: SMT 414 1, 104 | Further, as the senses are moved by the sensible, so the ~ 415 1, 104 | sensible, so the ~intellect is moved by the intelligible. But 416 1, 104 | created will. For whatever ~is moved from without, is forced. 417 1, 104 | forced. ~Therefore it is not moved from without; and therefore 418 1, 104 | and therefore cannot be moved by ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 419 1, 104 | this would follow if He moved the will; for to be ~voluntarily 420 1, 104 | for to be ~voluntarily moved means to be moved from within, 421 1, 104 | voluntarily moved means to be moved from within, and not by 422 1, 104 | rather than to the ~one moved; wherefore homicide is not 423 1, 104 | that, As the intellect is moved by the object and by the 424 1, 104 | A[3]), so is the will ~moved by its object, which is 425 1, 104 | willing. Now the will can be moved by good as its object, but 426 1, 104 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A thing moved by another is forced if 427 1, 104 | by another is forced if moved against its ~natural inclination; 428 1, 104 | inclination; but if it is moved by another giving to it 429 1, 104 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To be moved voluntarily, is to be moved 430 1, 104 | moved voluntarily, is to be moved from within, that ~is, by 431 1, 104 | principle; and so to be moved from within is not repugnant ~ 432 1, 104 | not repugnant ~to being moved by another.~Aquin.: SMT 433 1, 104 | OBJ 3: If the will were so moved by another as in no way 434 1, 104 | another as in no way to be ~moved from within itself, the 435 1, 104 | blame. But since its being moved by another does not prevent ~ 436 1, 104 | does not prevent ~its being moved from within itself, as we 437 1, 104 | art. For the craftsman is moved to action by the ~end, which 438 1, 105 | power the will cannot be moved at all save by ~God. For 439 1, 105 | sensitive appetite ~which can be moved by the superior intellectual 440 1, 105 | the inferiors are always moved by the superior, and not 441 1, 106 | say that the intellect is moved by ~the intelligible object 442 1, 109 | only according as they are moved; because it ~belongs to 443 1, 109 | a body not to act unless moved. Hence a corporeal creature ~ 444 1, 109 | corporeal creature ~must be moved by a spiritual creature. ~ 445 1, 109 | the heavenly bodies are moved by ~spiritual substances; 446 1, 109 | instrument is essentially a mover moved. Now in ~effects there is 447 1, 109 | of this is that what ~is moved locally is not as such in 448 1, 109 | a natural aptitude to be moved immediately by the ~spiritual 449 1, 109 | that the supreme bodies are moved locally by the spiritual 450 1, 110 | 3~Secondly, the will is moved from without. As regards 451 1, 110 | mode the human will can be moved from without in ~another 452 1, 110 | the senses are naturally moved by the sensible objects. ~ 453 1, 110 | interior ~principle can be moved in many ways by the exterior 454 1, 111 | while an ~instrument is moved by another, and its action 455 1, 112 | movable and variable are moved and regulated by the ~immovable 456 1, 114 | There is a mover who is not moved, ~to wit, the first maker 457 1, 114 | there ~exists something moved which is purely passive," 458 1, 114 | existing in that which is moved. ~Now it is manifest that 459 1, 114 | of being, whereas what is moved ~has many ways of being: 460 1, 114 | immovable, for they are not moved save locally. Therefore 461 1, 114 | the heavenly bodies are moved by spiritual ~substances, 462 1, 115 | Topic. ii, 7): "If we be moved, ~what is in us is moved." 463 1, 115 | moved, ~what is in us is moved." But fate is a "disposition 464 1, 116 | when a soul is vehemently moved to wickedness, as occurs ~ 465 1, 116 | appetite must needs be ~moved with an accompanying corporeal 466 1, 117 | we say that ~something is moved by the instrument or by 467 2, 1 | save in so far as it is moved by an agent; for nothing 468 2, 1 | man; secondly, as a thing moved by another to the end, as 469 2, 1 | determinate end through being moved by the archer who ~directs 470 2, 1 | natural ~inclination, as being moved by another and not by themselves; 471 2, 1 | s command, or when he is moved under another's compulsion, 472 2, 1 | that particular causes are moved by a ~universal cause: thus 473 2, 1 | reason are, of necessity, moved to ~their particular ends 474 2, 1 | man moves himself, and is ~moved by himself. Now it has been 475 2, 1 | move only through being moved by the first mover. Now 476 2, 1 | save inasmuch as ~they are moved by the first mover. Therefore 477 2, 5 | belongs to God alone not to be moved towards ~Happiness by any 478 2, 6 | since man's appetite is ~moved to act, by the appetible 479 2, 6 | agent, or that which is moved; whereas ~the principle 480 2, 6 | outside. For when a stone is ~moved upwards, the principle of 481 2, 6 | stone: ~whereas when it is moved downwards, the principle 482 2, 6 | of those things that are moved by an intrinsic principle, ~ 483 2, 6 | since every agent or thing moved, ~acts or is moved for an 484 2, 6 | thing moved, ~acts or is moved for an end, as stated above ( 485 2, 6 | those are ~perfectly moved by an intrinsic principle, 486 2, 6 | whatever so acts or is moved by an intrinsic principle, 487 2, 6 | principle of acting or ~being moved for an end is not in that 488 2, 6 | move ~themselves, but to be moved by others. But those things 489 2, 6 | intrinsic principle be caused or moved by an ~extrinsic principle: 490 2, 6 | first mover simply, but is moved locally by a ~higher mover. 491 2, 6 | movement, although it is moved by an extrinsic principle ~ 492 2, 6 | towards him, begins to be moved ~towards the stag. Secondly, 493 2, 6 | a bodily organ, is also moved ~indirectly; thus it happens 494 2, 6 | inasmuch as the will is moved by God. Nevertheless both 495 2, 6 | and the means thereto, be moved, or not, to ~gain that end. 496 2, 6 | not ~deliberate, and is moved to the end at once. Wherefore 497 2, 6 | animals, in so far as they are moved to an end, through some ~ 498 2, 6 | force: for ~it is a "mover moved" (De Anima iii, 10). Therefore, 499 2, 6 | since it is ~sometimes moved by its active principle, 500 2, 6 | would the will itself be moved, but something else against


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