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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | ii, lect. i). Hence the ~fact that some happen to doubt 2 1, 1 | sentence, while it describes a fact, it reveals a mystery."~ 3 1, 5 | perceive that in nature the fact that things are ~good is 4 1, 5 | perceive that in ~nature the fact that things are good is 5 1, 7 | which can be seen in ~the fact that a figure which consists 6 1, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The fact that the being of God is 7 1, 7 | self-subsisting whiteness, the very ~fact that it did not exist in 8 1, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fact that the power of the intellect 9 1, 8 | it; indeed, by the very fact that He gives being to the ~ 10 1, 10 | comes after another, the fact that we reckon before and 11 1, 10 | is caused in ~us by the fact that we apprehend the flow 12 1, 10 | founded this difference on the fact that eternity has neither ~ 13 1, 10 | Consol. v), arising from the fact that eternity is ~simultaneously 14 1, 10 | some to consist ~in the fact that eternity has neither 15 1, 10 | three to consist in the fact ~that eternity has no "before" 16 1, 10 | Phys. iv. Therefore the fact that an aeviternal thing 17 1, 11 | make up the house by ~the fact that they are beings, not 18 1, 11 | they are beings, not by the fact that they are not houses.~ 19 1, 11 | multitude except by the fact that we ~attribute unity 20 1, 12 | This can be seen in the fact that the more our soul is 21 1, 13 | lapis] is imposed from the fact that it ~hurts the foot [ 22 1, 13 | be false from the ~very fact that things themselves have 23 1, 13 | which appears from the ~fact that it has a plural, according 24 1, 13 | the singular, ~from the fact that it is singular, is 25 1, 14 | potentiality; ~because the fact of its being in a state 26 1, 14 | because it is from the fact that He is in act and free 27 1, 14 | other things by the very fact that ~it is the first effective 28 1, 14 | in ~Himself; but by the fact that they are in Him, He 29 1, 14 | made by his art from the fact that the artificer ~works 30 1, 14 | privation of good, by the fact that God knows good things, 31 1, 14 | this is to be found in the fact that the knowledge of every 32 1, 14 | thing; as if we by the very fact ~that we understand what 33 1, 14 | not make. Hence ~from the fact that He can make more than 34 1, 14 | period of time. But from the fact that He knows ~some things 35 1, 14 | eternity. Therefore ~from the fact that a thing exists in some 36 1, 14 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The fact that knowledge is derived 37 1, 15 | devised by himself, from ~the fact that he understands that 38 1, 16 | i). But it is from the ~fact that a thing is or is not, 39 1, 16 | a word is true "from the fact that ~a thing is, not because 40 1, 16 | it is evident from the fact ~that knowledge naturally 41 1, 16 | converse of the case. From the fact, then, that the true is 42 1, 16 | judge of truth: whereas in ~fact it judges all things according 43 1, 16 | nature of a circle, and the fact that two and three ~make 44 1, 16 | the intellect, ~from the fact that a change of opinion 45 1, 17 | itself. Hence, from ~the fact that sense reports as it 46 1, 17 | object, but not about the fact of ~sensation.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 17 | are understood, from the fact that the ~predicate is contained 48 1, 18 | moving force," as ~some in fact have held, in that case 49 1, 18 | genus of substances from the fact of ~their possessing three 50 1, 18 | perfect. This is shown by the fact that in one and ~the same 51 1, 18 | themselves. For which reason, in ~fact, Plato held that the "separate" 52 1, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: From the fact that His own goodness suffices 53 1, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: From the fact that God wills from eternity 54 1, 19 | intellect and will, from ~the fact of His acting by His essence, 55 1, 19 | secondary cause, from the fact that the effect of the first 56 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 2: From the very fact that nothing resists the 57 1, 19 | anger in Him, ~from the fact that it is an expression 58 1, 20 | AA[1],3). And ~by the fact that anyone loves another, 59 1, 22 | fitting to God, from the fact that ~counsel is an inquiry 60 1, 22 | Rm. 8:28). But from ~the fact that He does not restrain 61 1, 22 | his providence. But the fact that he has not the plan 62 1, 23 | possible, ~supposed, as in fact it is supposed. that he 63 1, 23 | stated ~above (A[4]): and the fact that God wills any created 64 1, 24 | of life as a matter of fact, but only in the opinion 65 1, 24 | but to the ~reality of the fact. For the book of life is 66 1, 24 | has grace, by this very fact becomes fitted for eternal 67 1, 25 | above (A[1]). Whence the fact ~that He is immovable or 68 1, 25 | accidentally impossible, from the fact that his running is a ~thing 69 1, 25 | what ~is true, by the very fact that it is true, be false": 70 1, 25 | who has fallen; but the fact that she had been corrupt 71 1, 25 | is it impossible that the fact of having sinned ~or having 72 1, 25 | humanity of Christ, from the fact that it is united to ~the 73 1, 25 | created happiness from the fact that it is the fruition ~ 74 1, 25 | Blessed Virgin from the fact that she is the mother of ~ 75 1, 26 | blessed from this ~sole fact, that he understands God, 76 1, 27 | understand, by the very ~fact of understanding there proceeds 77 1, 28 | but ~only as regards the fact that the substance is not 78 1, 29 | things to subsist, from the fact that they ~belong to genera 79 1, 29 | person" in God, from the fact that it is predicated plurally 80 1, 30 | however, are excluded by the fact that "person" is not a name 81 1, 32 | right idea of ~creation. The fact of saying that God made 82 1, 32 | Father cannot be known by the fact ~that He is from another; 83 1, 32 | from another; but by the fact that He is from no one; 84 1, 32 | Ghost can be known by the fact that He is from another, 85 1, 32 | procession"; but not by the fact that ~another is from Him, 86 1, 32 | the Holy Spirit from the fact that no ~person is from 87 1, 33 | in form. Hence the very fact that in the divine generation 88 1, 33 | creatures. Hence the very fact that in God a distinction 89 1, 33 | principle He is known by the fact that He is not from another; 90 1, 34 | is called a word from the fact the it ~signifies the interior 91 1, 35 | Some explain this by the fact that the Son agrees with 92 1, 36 | ways. Firstly, from the ~fact that the person who is called " 93 1, 36 | which ~appears from the fact that the Father has two 94 1, 36 | but only as regards the fact that one is the Father, 95 1, 36 | of origin comes from the fact that the Son is only from ~ 96 1, 37 | produced in the lover ~by fact that he loves - to the principle 97 1, 37 | the beloved. But from the fact that the Father and ~the 98 1, 38 | His proper name from the fact that He proceeds from Father 99 1, 39 | seems to arise from the fact that while the ~divine persons 100 1, 39 | impaired are by ~the very fact ugly; due "proportion" or " 101 1, 40 | abstractions consists in the fact that in ~the abstraction 102 1, 40 | as, for instance, if the fact of the Father's being ~unbegotten 103 1, 41 | created. Therefore, from the fact that we say ~that the divine 104 1, 42 | Hilary (De Trin. ix): "By the fact of giving, the Father is 105 1, 44 | essence; because from the fact that a thing has being by ~ 106 1, 44 | species. This appears from the fact that in all ~sensible species 107 1, 46 | power always to be, from the fact of having ~that power, cannot 108 1, 46 | is ~unbegotten from the fact that it has not a subject 109 1, 48 | shows (Praedic. x) by the fact that between good and evil ~ 110 1, 48 | consists, namely, in the fact that a thing fails ~in goodness. 111 1, 48 | reason can be taken from the fact that God is the author of ~ 112 1, 49 | the agent. But this very fact that it is a deficient being 113 1, 49 | follows upon it from the fact that the will acts with ~ 114 1, 49 | as the ~cause, from the fact that he does not fulfil 115 1, 50 | Body Para. 3/3~But the very fact that intellect is above 116 1, 50 | their multitude. We see, in fact, ~that incorruptible bodies, 117 1, 51 | speaks, not as asserting the fact, but merely using the opinion ~ 118 1, 52 | to be in one place by the fact that his power touches ~ 119 1, 53 | which he occupies. This very fact that he ~can occupy the 120 1, 54 | us is ~derived from the fact that we understand sometimes 121 1, 56 | especially as regards the fact that he ~understands himself. 122 1, 57 | species of ~another, by the fact that the species are proportioned 123 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The fact that angels use affirmative 124 1, 61 | any agent, from the very fact of ~its being produced, 125 1, 61 | incorruptibility by the fact that the mind is capable 126 1, 61 | being is His will. So the fact that God produced the ~angels 127 1, 61 | incorruptible by the very ~fact of their having a nature 128 1, 62 | natural powers; but from the fact ~that the good work is beyond 129 1, 62 | building a house, from the fact that he ~prepares some more 130 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The fact that man sinned from another' 131 1, 65 | the unwise." And the very fact that they can thus withdraw 132 1, 65 | Reply OBJ 1: In the very fact of any creature possessing 133 1, 65 | common origin; they all, in fact, ~sought for a cause of 134 1, 66 | darkness was upon ~the fact of the deep." And the earth 135 1, 66 | mentioned ~by name is due to the fact that the corporeal nature 136 1, 66 | bodies is the same. But the fact of the ~incorruptibility 137 1, 66 | light (as is clear from the fact that we can see the stars 138 1, 68 | to reason. Augustine, in fact (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), recommends ~ 139 1, 68 | without stars, the same, in fact, that the ~philosophers 140 1, 68 | formless matter. Augustine, in fact, says (Super Gen. cont. 141 1, 68 | the moon, as ~well as the fact that vapors are perceived 142 1, 68 | and darkness, which, in fact, is the air.~Aquin.: SMT 143 1, 68 | the word heaven, and, in fact, are so ~signified, according 144 1, 70 | determination of power. As to the fact ~that the lights are not 145 1, 70 | proved not to be gods, by the fact that they were ~not from 146 1, 70 | by nature, lies in the fact that whereas nature moves 147 1, 71 | composition, as is shown ~by the fact that their bodies tend naturally 148 1, 71 | which appears from the fact that they have more distinct 149 1, 71 | seems repugnant to the fact that nature ~produces its 150 1, 73 | days, and hence, by the fact that He ceased making them 151 1, 73 | rested "from" them, as in fact resting in Himself, as He ~ 152 1, 75 | which appears from the fact that sometimes a ~man is 153 1, 75 | a sign of ~this from the fact that everything naturally 154 1, 75 | the species. And ~the very fact that the soul in a certain 155 1, 76 | sufficiently ~explain the fact, that the act of the intellect 156 1, 76 | seen. Therefore, from the fact that the species of ~phantasms 157 1, 76 | matter in its power by the fact that it has ~an operation 158 1, 76 | He proves this from the fact ~that "man and the sun generate 159 1, 76 | to be impossible by the fact that when one ~operation 160 1, 77 | not through the body, in fact, without the body, ~as fear 161 1, 37 | produced in the lover ~by fact that he loves - to the principle 162 1, 37 | the beloved. But from the fact that the Father and ~the 163 1, 38 | His proper name from the fact that He proceeds from Father 164 1, 39 | seems to arise from the fact that while the ~divine persons 165 1, 39 | impaired are by ~the very fact ugly; due "proportion" or " 166 1, 40 | abstractions consists in the fact that in ~the abstraction 167 1, 40 | as, for instance, if the fact of the Father's being ~unbegotten 168 1, 41 | created. Therefore, from the fact that we say ~that the divine 169 1, 42 | Hilary (De Trin. ix): "By the fact of giving, the Father is 170 1, 45 | essence; because from the fact that a thing has being by ~ 171 1, 45 | species. This appears from the fact that in all ~sensible species 172 1, 47 | power always to be, from the fact of having ~that power, cannot 173 1, 47 | is ~unbegotten from the fact that it has not a subject 174 1, 49 | shows (Praedic. x) by the fact that between good and evil ~ 175 1, 49 | consists, namely, in the fact that a thing fails ~in goodness. 176 1, 49 | reason can be taken from the fact that God is the author of ~ 177 1, 50 | the agent. But this very fact that it is a deficient being 178 1, 50 | follows upon it from the fact that the will acts with ~ 179 1, 50 | as the ~cause, from the fact that he does not fulfil 180 1, 51 | Body Para. 3/3~But the very fact that intellect is above 181 1, 51 | their multitude. We see, in fact, ~that incorruptible bodies, 182 1, 52 | speaks, not as asserting the fact, but merely using the opinion ~ 183 1, 53 | to be in one place by the fact that his power touches ~ 184 1, 54 | which he occupies. This very fact that he ~can occupy the 185 1, 55 | us is ~derived from the fact that we understand sometimes 186 1, 57 | especially as regards the fact that he ~understands himself. 187 1, 58 | species of ~another, by the fact that the species are proportioned 188 1, 59 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The fact that angels use affirmative 189 1, 62 | any agent, from the very fact of ~its being produced, 190 1, 62 | incorruptibility by the fact that the mind is capable 191 1, 62 | being is His will. So the fact that God produced the ~angels 192 1, 62 | incorruptible by the very ~fact of their having a nature 193 1, 63 | natural powers; but from the fact ~that the good work is beyond 194 1, 63 | building a house, from the fact that he ~prepares some more 195 1, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The fact that man sinned from another' 196 1, 66 | the unwise." And the very fact that they can thus withdraw 197 1, 66 | Reply OBJ 1: In the very fact of any creature possessing 198 1, 66 | common origin; they all, in fact, ~sought for a cause of 199 1, 67 | darkness was upon ~the fact of the deep." And the earth 200 1, 67 | mentioned ~by name is due to the fact that the corporeal nature 201 1, 67 | bodies is the same. But the fact of the ~incorruptibility 202 1, 67 | light (as is clear from the fact that we can see the stars 203 1, 69 | to reason. Augustine, in fact (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), recommends ~ 204 1, 69 | without stars, the same, in fact, that the ~philosophers 205 1, 69 | formless matter. Augustine, in fact, says (Super Gen. cont. 206 1, 69 | the moon, as ~well as the fact that vapors are perceived 207 1, 69 | and darkness, which, in fact, is the air.~Aquin.: SMT 208 1, 69 | the word heaven, and, in fact, are so ~signified, according 209 1, 71 | determination of power. As to the fact ~that the lights are not 210 1, 71 | proved not to be gods, by the fact that they were ~not from 211 1, 71 | by nature, lies in the fact that whereas nature moves 212 1, 71 | composition, as is shown ~by the fact that their bodies tend naturally 213 1, 71 | which appears from the fact that they have more distinct 214 1, 71 | seems repugnant to the fact that nature ~produces its 215 1, 72 | days, and hence, by the fact that He ceased making them 216 1, 72 | rested "from" them, as in fact resting in Himself, as He ~ 217 1, 74 | which appears from the fact that sometimes a ~man is 218 1, 74 | a sign of ~this from the fact that everything naturally 219 1, 74 | the species. And ~the very fact that the soul in a certain 220 1, 75 | sufficiently ~explain the fact, that the act of the intellect 221 1, 75 | seen. Therefore, from the fact that the species of ~phantasms 222 1, 75 | matter in its power by the fact that it has ~an operation 223 1, 75 | He proves this from the fact ~that "man and the sun generate 224 1, 75 | to be impossible by the fact that when one ~operation 225 1, 76 | not through the body, in fact, without the body, ~as fear 226 1, 77 | this we have a sign in ~the fact that when the members are 227 1, 77 | of which we ~have in the fact that the principle of memory 228 1, 78 | substance is intellectual by the fact that it is ~immaterial. 229 1, 78 | passive, from the very fact that what is in potentiality 230 1, 78 | This is made clear from the fact, ~that at first we are only 231 1, 78 | intelligible in act from ~the very fact that it is immaterial. Therefore 232 1, 78 | intelligible from the very ~fact that it is immaterial. And 233 1, 78 | intellect is ~separate, by the fact that the passive intellect 234 1, 78 | is reduced to act by the fact that the ~intelligible species 235 1, 78 | species of each thing. To the ~fact, therefore, that it receives 236 1, 78 | apprehends something from the fact of its being immuted by 237 1, 80 | is completed in the very fact that the thing ~apprehended 238 1, 80 | power is completed in the fact that he who desires is borne ~ 239 1, 80 | This is clear also from the fact that the ~irascible is, 240 1, 80 | commands. And ~so from the fact that the irascible and concupiscible 241 1, 81 | the intellect, from the fact that the ~object of the 242 1, 82 | its powers. From the very fact, therefore, that man is 243 1, 83 | in order to explain the fact that it knows all, unless 244 1, 83 | clearly proved from the fact that if a sense ~be wanting, 245 1, 83 | false especially from the ~fact that if a man be wanting 246 1, 83 | understand actually, the fact ~that the species are preserved 247 1, 84 | would be equally true; in fact, every sort of apprehension.~ 248 1, 84 | which is understood, and the fact that it ~is understood. 249 1, 86 | he has a habit from the fact that he ~can produce the 250 1, 86 | being present, for the very fact ~of its presence causes 251 1, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fact that objects which are in 252 1, 87 | is due not merely to the fact that they ~corrupt the organ, 253 1, 88 | question arises from the ~fact that the soul united to 254 1, 88 | and separated souls in the fact that through these species 255 1, 88 | state; and again by the fact that the Lord promised to 256 1, 90 | is simply perfect by the fact that "all things are ~pre-contained" 257 1, 90 | form is only made by the fact that the composite is made. 258 1, 90 | other things, not in the fact that God Himself made man, 259 1, 92 | excellence ~consists in the fact that God made him to His 260 1, 92 | God, consisting in the ~fact that man proceeds from man, 261 1, 92 | from God; and also in the fact ~that the whole human soul 262 1, 92 | from God; and also ~in the fact that the whole human soul 263 1, 92 | Persons is proved from the fact that man is said to have 264 1, 92 | produced ~them. For in the fact that a creature has a modified 265 1, 92 | But this is due to the fact, not that the mind ~reflects 266 1, 93 | angels themselves, ~by the fact that they know themselves, 267 1, 93 | substances, was not owing to the fact that the body ~was a load 268 1, 93 | load upon it; but to the fact that its connatural object 269 1, 95 | This is signified ~by the fact that God led the animals 270 1, 95 | which accounts for the fact that ~cranes follow their 271 1, 95 | the part of God, from ~the fact that He rewards some and 272 1, 95 | part of ~nature, from the fact that some, through a defect 273 1, 96 | i, 5), arises from the fact that the humor ~which is 274 1, 96 | which is clear from the fact that ~every bodily power 275 1, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fact that some animals have the 276 1, 98 | man and woman, from the fact that ~they would have lived 277 1, 99 | This is clear from the fact that opposites are of the 278 1, 100 | This is clear from the fact ~that birds teach their 279 1, 102 | of chance. And the very ~fact that an element of chance 280 1, 102 | this is clear from the fact that he divided providence, 281 1, 102 | government; but from the very fact that from one ~point of 282 1, 102 | Divine ~government. The very fact that something occurs outside 283 1, 102 | two ways: firstly from the fact that ~the order of the Divine 284 1, 102 | iv): secondly from ~the fact that, as we have said above ( 285 1, 102 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: From the fact that one thing opposes another, 286 1, 103 | directly and "per se," by the ~fact that that on it depends 287 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The fact that secondary causes are 288 1, 104 | which ~he proves from the fact that the first mover can 289 1, 106 | interior word." And by the fact that the concept of the 290 1, 106 | Gregory alludes to this fact when he says ~(Moral. ii): " 291 1, 106 | the angels by ~the very fact that He shows to their hearts 292 1, 107 | are seats. But from the fact that God knows and ~loves 293 1, 107 | order; and in regard to ~the fact that possessing this knowledge 294 1, 110 | appears. It expresses, in ~fact, the effect produced on 295 1, 112 | him. This ~rests upon the fact that the guardianship of 296 1, 114 | like. So therefore to the fact of its ~being a form not 297 1, 114 | and universal: but to the fact that it ~is determined to 298 1, 116 | cause of bewitchment to the fact that ~corporeal matter has 299 2, 1 | This is clear from the fact that in ~regard to one and 300 2, 1 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, by the fact that it places its last 301 2, 2 | possess them: ~and this very fact shows that they are imperfect, 302 2, 2 | variant in his text, or to the fact that he was ~quoting from 303 2, 2 | Fame has no stability; in fact, it is easily ruined by ~ 304 2, 2 | delight arises from ~the fact that operations of the senses, 305 2, 2 | which is evident from ~the fact that for its sake all else 306 2, 3 | thing made present, ~by the fact that the will delights in 307 2, 3 | Wherefore, ~from the very fact that happiness belongs to 308 2, 3 | it is evident from the fact that contemplation is sought ~ 309 2, 3 | again evident, from the fact that in the contemplative ~ 310 2, 4 | Reply OBJ 1: From the very fact that a reward is given to 311 2, 5 | be proved ~again from the fact that man is capable of seeing 312 2, 5 | This is evident from the fact that man is unable not to 313 2, 5 | of nature, ~from the very fact that its power and action 314 2, 5 | This is ~evident from the fact that, as Augustine says ( 315 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fact that man is master of his 316 2, 6 | be ~voluntary, from the fact that the will is moved to 317 2, 7 | of an accident, from the fact that they meet in the same ~ 318 2, 9 | Wherefore from the very fact that the sensitive appetite 319 2, 9 | it is evident from the fact that the ~will is ordained 320 2, 12 | This is evident ~from the fact that a man prefers one thing 321 2, 13 | This is clear from the fact that all ~that share in 322 2, 13 | to the end, save for the ~fact that the means appear to 323 2, 14 | together [considium], from the fact that many sit together in 324 2, 14 | art. Secondly, from the ~fact that it little matters whether 325 2, 14 | can be taken for a certain fact.~ 326 2, 15 | it is not removed by the fact ~that one of them is removed; 327 2, 15 | exercises judgment on ~the fact of thinking or not thinking, 328 2, 15 | called voluntary from the fact that we ~consent to them, 329 2, 16 | said ~to be "useful"; in fact their very usefulness is 330 2, 17 | it follows that the very fact ~that the reason moves by 331 2, 17 | Consequently, from the fact that command precedes, rather 332 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fact that command and the commanded 333 2, 17 | wills not, is due to the fact that it commands imperfectly. ~ 334 2, 17 | command arises from the fact that the reason is moved 335 2, 17 | called the will, in the fact that the ~sensitive appetite 336 2, 17 | of reason. Hence the very fact that ~the acts of the vegetal 337 2, 18 | said to be good from the fact that it can produce a good ~ 338 2, 18 | due end, it is, by that fact alone, repugnant to ~reason, 339 2, 18 | action may be due to the fact that as far as its ~species 340 2, 19 | of the will is from ~the fact that a man wills that which 341 2, 19 | above (A[3]), from the ~very fact that a thing is proposed 342 2, 19 | specifically good from the very fact that ~it is done for God' 343 2, 19 | health. Nevertheless the very fact of intending health ~intensely, 344 2, 20 | in itself, ~besides the fact of its being subordinate 345 2, 20 | of the fault, but of the fact, and ~of the obstacle to 346 2, 21 | blaming a moral action, in the fact that it is evil.~Aquin.: 347 2, 21 | merit or demerit, from the fact that he does a good or an 348 2, 23 | to obtain, from this very fact it has a ~certain contrariety 349 2, 23 | one another; ~rather, in fact, one causes the other. Therefore 350 2, 24 | Wherefore no one questions the fact that it belongs to ~the 351 2, 25 | one thing, from the very fact of its having an aptitude 352 2, 25 | or joy. As a matter ~of fact, the presence of good produces 353 2, 26 | that it is ~chiefly in the fact that "dilection refers to 354 2, 26 | ill-directed love." However, the ~fact that love, which is concupiscible 355 2, 27 | well-being. For the very fact that two men are alike, 356 2, 28 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The very fact that a man hates whatever 357 2, 29 | but not to himself. In fact, it is caused by ~inordinate 358 2, 29 | universal color, but because the fact that color is cognizant 359 2, 30 | sensitive appetite: in fact the Apostle says (Rm. 7: 360 2, 30 | proportionate to reason. In fact the universal which the ~ 361 2, 31 | establishment, but as in the fact of complete ~establishment, 362 2, 31 | maintained, but a "complete ~fact," as stated in Ethic. vii, 363 2, 31 | something successive. Thus the ~fact of being a man is not essentially 364 2, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fact of being established in 365 2, 31 | of virtue, is due to the fact that virtue's good depends 366 2, 32 | three ways. First, from the fact that we obtain ~some good 367 2, 32 | another. Secondly, from the fact that another's action makes 368 2, 32 | others. Thirdly, from the fact that ~another's actions, 369 2, 32 | regards knowledge, from the fact ~that we desire to know 370 2, 32 | regards action, from the fact that "the mind is more ~ 371 2, 34 | contrary to reason. The fact that children and ~dumb 372 2, 34 | consequence of generation: for the fact that ~a thing takes pleasure 373 2, 34 | is due not to the mere ~fact that it is pleasure, but 374 2, 34 | is pleasure, but to the fact that it is perfect repose 375 2, 35 | life. Because by the ~mere fact that man mourns for his 376 2, 35 | an annoyance, but by the fact that contemplation is pleasant 377 2, 35 | outward ~pain, both from the fact that outward pain is caused 378 2, 35 | of ~touch; and from the fact that the outward sense is 379 2, 36 | the Philosopher from the fact ~that repletion is not always 380 2, 37 | this evil, from the ~very fact that it is repugnant to 381 2, 38 | sorrow: yet from the very fact that a ~man imagines himself 382 2, 38 | balaneion}] . . . from the ~fact of its driving sadness from 383 2, 38 | remedies, from the very fact that they bring nature back 384 2, 39 | evil, because the mere ~fact of a man's appetite being 385 2, 39 | an object of choice; in fact, "a thing without sorrow 386 2, 39 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The very fact of the will being opposed 387 2, 40 | versa. Because by the very fact ~that we hope that good 388 2, 40 | love him. Whereas ~from the fact that we love someone we 389 2, 40 | our love. ~Wherefore the fact of being loved by another 390 2, 41 | This is due either to the fact that ~perception or knowledge 391 2, 42 | thing is evil from the very fact that it is a privation of ~ 392 2, 43 | because it is owing to the fact that the cause apprehended 393 2, 44 | the ~corporeal nature; in fact, the soul, as though contracted 394 2, 45 | not ensue from despair: in fact, despair ~excludes fear, 395 2, 45 | fear; ~for instance, by the fact that a man has not enemies, 396 2, 46 | Reply OBJ 2: From the very fact that anger is caused by 397 2, 46 | natural than desire, in fact it seems to be altogether ~ 398 2, 46 | wherefore from ~the very fact that anger requires an act 399 2, 48 | 2~Nevertheless the very fact that anger soon spends itself 400 2, 48 | with ~another, by this very fact his anger with the former 401 2, 51 | habit; as is clear ~from the fact that the latter produces 402 2, 52 | of this diversity to the fact that substance in itself 403 2, 52 | this may happen from the fact that the form is essentially ~ 404 2, 53 | in it. This is due to the fact that the ~subject's potentiality 405 2, 54 | relation to nature, from the fact ~that one habit disposes 406 2, 54 | after another, but to the fact that the subject ~does not 407 2, 54 | disposition; and also to the fact that it begins by being 408 2, 56 | perfects. Secondly, from the fact that virtue is an operative 409 2, 56 | power. Thirdly, from the fact that virtue disposes to 410 2, 56 | consists in the work, this ~fact also, that virtue makes 411 2, 56 | in ~the reason, from the fact that they have a natural 412 2, 57 | the work of that art, in fact it is contrary to the art: 413 2, 58 | This is clear from the fact that passions abound in ~ 414 2, 61 | every moral virtue, from the fact that it is a "habit," ~should 415 2, 61 | justice. ~Again, owing to the fact that it is a "moral virtue" 416 2, 62 | good. Now from the very fact that a man ~hopes to be 417 2, 62 | love. Because from the fact that a man thinks that he 418 2, 62 | to love him: and from the fact that he loves ~him, he then 419 2, 66 | intellectual virtues, from the very fact that they are not referred 420 2, 66 | object, but only from the fact that it approaches nearer 421 2, 68 | proved in ~one way from the fact that one is, in a manner, 422 2, 68 | in the same way, from the fact that one cannot be perfect ~ 423 2, 69 | precede. Because from the very fact that a man is ~confirmed 424 2, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The fact of not being disturbed by 425 2, 71 | in man is owing to the ~fact that he follows the inclination 426 2, 71 | also made ~clear from the fact that a habit is not called 427 2, 71 | in ~badness. Whereas the fact that habit is more lasting 428 2, 71 | them, and is due to the fact that they are both found 429 2, 71 | suppose an act: for the mere fact of not ~doing what one is 430 2, 72 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: From the fact that one sin is mortal by 431 2, 72 | sins of deficiency; in fact, they are contrary to one 432 2, 72 | hastily, may be due ~to the fact that he cannot brook the 433 2, 73 | no mutual ~connection; in fact they are sometimes contrary 434 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 2: From the very fact that man turns unduly to 435 2, 73 | sin is lessened by ~the fact that it is difficult to 436 2, 73 | circumstance: because the fact that a man departs from 437 2, 73 | more grievously in the very fact that he despises a ~greater 438 2, 73 | a sin more grievous: in fact, it is ~inordinateness which 439 2, 74 | seems ~good. Now from the fact that will wishes the good, 440 2, 74 | towards a mortal sin: ~yet the fact of its being a mortal sin 441 2, 74 | sensuality, but still more in the fact of its being an act of ~ 442 2, 74 | 15], A[3]). Because the fact that the consent is finally ~ 443 2, 74 | to a thing is due to the fact that the will tends to that 444 2, 74 | to consent, from the very fact ~that it fails to direct 445 2, 74 | this act. Wherefore ~the fact that a man consents to such 446 2, 74 | and to this pertains the fact ~that by deliberating through 447 2, 75 | the cause of sin. Now the fact of not ~applying the rule 448 2, 75 | unnatural from the very fact ~that the natural rule fails, 449 2, 75 | Reply OBJ 1: From the very fact that the external motive 450 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fact that sin has an internal 451 2, 76 | yet be ~ignorant of the fact that it is his father, ( 452 2, 77 | passions is evident from the ~fact that sometimes, when the 453 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fact that something appears good 454 2, 77 | some temporal good. Now the fact that anyone desires a ~temporal 455 2, 77 | inordinately, is due to the fact that he loves himself ~inordinately; 456 2, 78 | something else. Sometimes, in fact, this is ~occasioned through 457 2, 78 | is aggravated by the very fact that it is committed ~through 458 2, 80 | This is evident from the ~fact that man does not resist 459 2, 80 | Archon iii, 2) from the fact that even if the ~devil 460 2, 81 | not transmitted, from the fact ~that defects of the body 461 2, 81 | idiots; nevertheless the fact of having a defect by ~the 462 2, 81 | transmitted, from the very fact that the stain on the child' 463 2, 81 | his guilt, through the ~fact that he inherits his nature 464 2, 82 | of the child"; ~or by the fact that all actual sins virtually 465 2, 82 | virtually many; or by the fact of there ~being many deformities 466 2, 84 | from God, because from the fact ~that man wishes not to 467 2, 85 | 1]). ~Now from the very fact that thing becomes inclined 468 2, 85 | to virtue, from the very fact ~that a man sins, there 469 2, 85 | inordinateness is caused by the fact that in the acts of the ~ 470 2, 85 | befitting to man from the very fact that he is a rational being; 471 2, 85 | entirely take away from man the fact ~that he is a rational being, 472 2, 85 | receive light, from the ~very fact that it is transparent; 473 2, 85 | motive powers. ~Whereas the fact that it is corruptible is 474 2, 87 | amendment, since the very fact ~that man endures toil and 475 2, 87 | point of duration. For the fact that adultery or murder 476 2, 87 | momentary punishment: in fact ~they are punished sometimes 477 2, 87 | because, from the ~very fact that he fixes his end in 478 2, 87 | sense: ~because the very fact that human nature needs 479 2, 87 | material gifts." The ~very fact that others receive temporal 480 2, 88 | the eternal law." But the fact of being ~against the eternal 481 2, 88 | one term, from that very fact turns ~away from the opposite. 482 2, 88 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The very fact that anyone chooses something 483 2, 88 | 1/4~I answer that, The fact of a venial sin becoming 484 2, 88 | Augustine is referring to the fact of many venial sins ~making 485 2, 89 | itself is due, in us, to the fact that the execution of the 486 2, 89 | safeguarded, is due to the fact that the things referred 487 2, 89 | the original ~state in the fact of its destroying that state: 488 2, 89 | concupiscence remain. Wherefore the fact that ~believers are subject 489 2, 90 | for it is due to the fact that one wills the end, ~ 490 2, 90 | promulgated by the very fact that God ~instilled it into 491 2, 91 | indirectly; thus by the very fact that a ~lawgiver deprives 492 2, 91 | his sensual impulses: in fact this happens to each one ~ 493 2, 92 | obeys it. But the ~very fact that a man obeys a law is 494 2, 92 | acquired and infused. Now the fact of being accustomed to an 495 2, 93 | lower cause. Hence the very ~fact that human law does not 496 2, 93 | from something else the fact that they cannot be otherwise. 497 2, 95 | considering one solitary fact. Thirdly, ~because lawgivers 498 2, 96 | two ways. First, ~from the fact that a man does something 499 2, 96 | Nevertheless the very ~fact that spiritual men are subject 500 2, 97 | of the case, due to the fact that either the existing ~


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