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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | actuality. Hence, the first active principle must needs be 2 1, 5 | things; ~inasmuch as it is an active quality of the first body 3 1, 9 | mobile than all ~things active [Vulg.'mobilior']" (Wis. 4 1, 9 | creature has a ~twofold power, active and passive; and I call 5 1, 14 | a ~creature, whether in active power, or passive; whether 6 1, 14 | causality extends. Hence as the active power of God extends ~not 7 1, 14 | likeness of things, or as their active principle, His essence must 8 1, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the active life is said to be different 9 1, 18 | distinguished from the ~active by certain operations. Therefore 10 1, 18 | distinguished from the active, and thus to know God is 11 1, 19 | from the order itself of active ~causes. Since both intellect 12 1, 19 | the rule is the same with active causes as with ~formal causes. 13 1, 19 | the same must happen in active ~causes. Something may fall 14 1, 19 | order of any particular active ~cause, but not outside 15 1, 19 | being. Thus from defect of active power in the seed it may 16 1, 20 | mystically, and says that the ~active life, signified by Peter, 17 1, 20 | it does not end, as the active ~life does, with the life 18 1, 22 | to good; wherefore every ~active cause is a cause of the 19 1, 23 | thing governed, and in an ~active way in the governor. Whence 20 1, 25 | matter; and action ~than active power, since it is its end. 21 1, 25 | not at ~all in God; and active, which we must assign to 22 1, 25 | and ~is perfect, is the active principle of something: 23 1, 25 | belongs to Him to be an active principle, and in no way ~ 24 1, 25 | other hand, the notion of active ~principle is consistent 25 1, 25 | principle is consistent with active power. For active power 26 1, 25 | consistent with active power. For active power is the ~principle 27 1, 25 | therefore, that in God there is active power ~in the highest degree.~ 28 1, 25 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Active power is not contrary to 29 1, 25 | is not in God, but only active power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 30 1, 25 | As stated above (A[1]), active power exists in God ~according 31 1, 25 | it is necessary that the active ~power in God should be 32 1, 25 | effect like itself, to each active power there corresponds 33 1, 25 | of that act on ~which its active power is founded; for instance, 34 1, 25 | omnipotent in respect to His active ~power, not to passive power, 35 1, 26 | and as to that which is active, He has the governance of 36 1, 39 | own matter, ~nor its own active principle. Yet a thing may 37 1, 39 | to God by reason of His active power; hence it is appropriated 38 1, 40 | For origin taken ~in an active sense signifies proceeding 39 1, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, active generation is to paternity 40 1, 40 | For ~origin has in God an active and passive signification - 41 1, 40 | passive signification - active, as ~generation is attributed 42 1, 40 | the person of the Son. But active generation signifies a proceeding 43 1, 41 | therefore it is, as it were, ~an active principle, as the begetter 44 1, 41 | the habitude of a kind of active principle, and as he expounds, ~" 45 1, 41 | is so, whether it be an active principle, as the ~son is 46 1, 41 | kind of power is either active or passive; ~neither of 47 1, 41 | explained (Q[25], A[1]); nor can active ~power belong to one person 48 1, 41 | from its definition: for active power is the ~principle 49 1, 41 | generandi" as the gerund of the ~active verb, so that the sense 50 1, 44 | division. ~But as the first active principle is God, so the 51 1, 44 | the effect of the first active ~principle, since every 52 1, 44 | universal ideas by force of the active intellect from the ~particular 53 1, 45 | so ~creation taken in an active sense is attributed to the 54 1, 45 | accidental form, which is an active ~or a passive form. Therefore 55 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The active qualities in nature act 56 1, 46 | matter, but ~according to the active power of God; and also, 57 1, 46 | necessarily ~if God is the active cause of the world, that 58 1, 47 | the ~concurrence of many active causes; and such an effect 59 1, 48 | infinitely, as appears in the active and ~passive qualities of 60 1, 50 | entire sphere of things active and passive is ~something 61 1, 54 | Is there in the angels an active and a passive intellect?~( 62 1, 54 | higher and simpler than the active ~intellect of a soul. But 63 1, 54 | But the substance of the active intellect is its own ~action; 64 1, 54 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: When the active intellect is said to be 65 1, 54 | 1/1~Whether there is an active and a passive intellect 66 1, 54 | seem that there is both an active and a passive ~intellect 67 1, 54 | nature. Therefore there is an active ~and a passive intellect 68 1, 54 | the proper function of the active ~intellect, as is made clear 69 1, 54 | Therefore there is in him an active and a passive intellect.~ 70 1, 54 | contrary, The distinction of active and passive intellect in 71 1, 54 | to the sight; but to the active intellect as colors ~to 72 1, 54 | angel. Therefore there is no active and passive intellect in 73 1, 54 | necessity for admitting an active ~intellect is due to this - 74 1, 54 | power in us is called the active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 75 1, 54 | Therefore there cannot be an active and a passive intellect 76 1, 54 | not need for admitting an active ~and a passive intellect 77 1, 54 | It is the function of the active intellect to enlighten, ~ 78 1, 54 | belong to the notion of an active intellect: neither does 79 1, 54 | call these by the names of active ~and passive intellect, 80 1, 55 | stronger than the light of the ~active intellect of the soul. But 81 1, 55 | soul. But the light of the active intellect ~abstracts intelligible 82 1, 59 | like itself comes from ~the active qualities.~Aquin.: SMT FP 83 1, 60 | are more acted upon ~than active in themselves; for nothing 84 1, 61 | Therefore the angels ~have no active cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 85 1, 61 | existence and unity, nor such active cause as produces its ~effect 86 1, 66 | interchangeable and mutually active or passive, as is said ( 87 1, 67 | its subject, though the active cause of the quality be ~ 88 1, 67 | then, that as heat is an active quality consequent on the ~ 89 1, 67 | of fire, so light is an active quality consequent on the ~ 90 1, 67 | the ~disappearance of its active cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 91 1, 70 | not on ~account of their active principle, but on account 92 1, 70 | natural with respect to ~that active principle; just as we say 93 1, 71 | generated from seed, the active ~principle lies in the formative 94 1, 71 | beginning of the ~world the active principle was the Word of 95 1, 71 | the element that is least active, ~namely, the earth, must 96 1, 73 | existed beforehand ~in various active powers; so that animals, 97 1, 75 | potentiality would ~equal the active potentiality of the First 98 1, 75 | potentiality, but only of the active potentiality of the Creator, 99 1, 76 | also knowledge would be an active form, such as ~heat is, 100 1, 77 | substantial form. Hence an active accidental form is to the ~ 101 1, 77 | every act is either of an active ~power or of a passive power. 102 1, 77 | hand, to the act of ~an active power the object is a term 103 1, 77 | something hot, which is ~the active principle, to heat; the 104 1, 77 | something cold, which is ~the active principle, to cold. Therefore 105 1, 77 | cause, and in a way the ~active cause, of its proper accident. 106 1, 77 | their end, and as their active principle; and of some as 107 1, 77 | powers both as a principle active and ~final, and as a receptive 108 1, 77 | the manner ~of the end and active principle. For we see that 109 1, 39 | own matter, ~nor its own active principle. Yet a thing may 110 1, 39 | to God by reason of His active power; hence it is appropriated 111 1, 40 | For origin taken ~in an active sense signifies proceeding 112 1, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, active generation is to paternity 113 1, 40 | For ~origin has in God an active and passive signification - 114 1, 40 | passive signification - active, as ~generation is attributed 115 1, 40 | the person of the Son. But active generation signifies a proceeding 116 1, 41 | therefore it is, as it were, an active principle, as the begetter 117 1, 41 | the habitude of a kind of active principle, and as he expounds, ~" 118 1, 41 | is so, whether it be an active principle, as the ~son is 119 1, 41 | kind of power is either active or passive; ~neither of 120 1, 41 | explained (Q[25], A[1]); nor can active ~power belong to one person 121 1, 41 | from its definition: for active power is the ~principle 122 1, 41 | generandi" as the gerund of the ~active verb, so that the sense 123 1, 45 | division. ~But as the first active principle is God, so the 124 1, 45 | the effect of the first active ~principle, since every 125 1, 45 | universal ideas by force of the active intellect from the ~particular 126 1, 46 | so ~creation taken in an active sense is attributed to the 127 1, 46 | accidental form, which is an active ~or a passive form. Therefore 128 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The active qualities in nature act 129 1, 47 | matter, but ~according to the active power of God; and also, 130 1, 47 | necessarily ~if God is the active cause of the world, that 131 1, 48 | the ~concurrence of many active causes; and such an effect 132 1, 49 | infinitely, as appears in the active and ~passive qualities of 133 1, 51 | entire sphere of things active and passive is ~something 134 1, 55 | Is there in the angels an active and a passive intellect?~( 135 1, 55 | higher and simpler than the active ~intellect of a soul. But 136 1, 55 | But the substance of the active intellect is its own ~action; 137 1, 55 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: When the active intellect is said to be 138 1, 55 | 1/1~Whether there is an active and a passive intellect 139 1, 55 | seem that there is both an active and a passive ~intellect 140 1, 55 | nature. Therefore there is an active ~and a passive intellect 141 1, 55 | the proper function of the active ~intellect, as is made clear 142 1, 55 | Therefore there is in him an active and a passive intellect.~ 143 1, 55 | contrary, The distinction of active and passive intellect in 144 1, 55 | to the sight; but to the active intellect as colors ~to 145 1, 55 | angel. Therefore there is no active and passive intellect in 146 1, 55 | necessity for admitting an active ~intellect is due to this - 147 1, 55 | power in us is called the active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 148 1, 55 | Therefore there cannot be an active and a passive intellect 149 1, 55 | not need for admitting an active ~and a passive intellect 150 1, 55 | It is the function of the active intellect to enlighten, ~ 151 1, 55 | belong to the notion of an active intellect: neither does 152 1, 55 | call these by the names of active ~and passive intellect, 153 1, 56 | stronger than the light of the ~active intellect of the soul. But 154 1, 56 | soul. But the light of the active intellect ~abstracts intelligible 155 1, 60 | like itself comes from ~the active qualities.~Aquin.: SMT FP 156 1, 61 | are more acted upon ~than active in themselves; for nothing 157 1, 62 | Therefore the angels ~have no active cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 158 1, 62 | existence and unity, nor such active cause as produces its ~effect 159 1, 67 | interchangeable and mutually active or passive, as is said ( 160 1, 68 | its subject, though the active cause of the quality be ~ 161 1, 68 | then, that as heat is an active quality consequent on the ~ 162 1, 68 | of fire, so light is an active quality consequent on the ~ 163 1, 68 | the ~disappearance of its active cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 164 1, 71 | not on ~account of their active principle, but on account 165 1, 71 | natural with respect to ~that active principle; just as we say 166 1, 71 | generated from seed, the active ~principle lies in the formative 167 1, 71 | beginning of the ~world the active principle was the Word of 168 1, 71 | the element that is least active, ~namely, the earth, must 169 1, 72 | existed beforehand ~in various active powers; so that animals, 170 1, 74 | potentiality would ~equal the active potentiality of the First 171 1, 74 | potentiality, but only of the active potentiality of the Creator, 172 1, 75 | also knowledge would be an active form, such as ~heat is, 173 1, 76 | substantial form. Hence an active accidental form is to the ~ 174 1, 76 | every act is either of an active ~power or of a passive power. 175 1, 76 | hand, to the act of ~an active power the object is a term 176 1, 76 | something hot, which is ~the active principle, to heat; the 177 1, 76 | something cold, which is ~the active principle, to cold. Therefore 178 1, 76 | cause, and in a way the ~active cause, of its proper accident. 179 1, 76 | their end, and as their active principle; and of some as 180 1, 76 | powers both as a principle active and ~final, and as a receptive 181 1, 76 | the manner ~of the end and active principle. For we see that 182 1, 77 | instrumentally, through the active and passive qualities, which 183 1, 78 | power, whether there is an active intellect?~(4) Whether it 184 1, 78 | the soul?~(5) Whether the active intellect is one in all?~( 185 1, 78 | the vegetative part are active; yet they are the lowest 186 1, 78 | which are the highest, are active.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 187 1, 78 | the vegetative power is active in regard to ~some particular 188 1, 78 | being nobler than such an active ~one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] 189 1, 78 | 1/1~Whether there is an active intellect?~Aquin.: SMT FP 190 1, 78 | would seem that there is no active intellect. For as the ~senses 191 1, 78 | sense is not said to be active, but only passive. Therefore, 192 1, 78 | say that the intellect is active, but only that it is passive.~ 193 1, 78 | senses there is something ~active, such as light: on the contrary, 194 1, 78 | there is no necessity for an active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 195 1, 78 | there is no need for an ~active intellect to make the species 196 1, 78 | Therefore we must admit an ~active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 197 1, 78 | there is no need for ~an active intellect in order to make 198 1, 78 | is the ~necessity for an active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 199 1, 78 | there is no need for an active sense. Wherefore it is clear 200 1, 78 | part all the powers are active, whereas in the sensitive ~ 201 1, 78 | part, there is something ~active and something passive.~Aquin.: 202 1, 78 | And according to this the active intellect is required for ~ 203 1, 78 | Aristotle's comparison of the active ~intellect to light is verified 204 1, 78 | for the presence of the active intellect which makes ~things 205 1, 78 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the active intellect is something in 206 1, 78 | It would seem that the active intellect is not something 207 1, 78 | soul. For the effect of the active intellect is to give light 208 1, 78 | this world." Therefore the active intellect is not ~something 209 1, 78 | Anima iii, 5) says of the active ~intellect, "that it does 210 1, 78 | understand. Therefore the active ~intellect is not something 211 1, 78 | the soul; and also the active intellect, which is an active 212 1, 78 | active intellect, which is an active power: it ~follows that 213 1, 78 | clearly false. Therefore the active intellect is not something ~ 214 1, 78 | Anima iii, 5) says that the active ~intellect is a "substance 215 1, 78 | seems impossible for the active intellect to ~be also something 216 1, 78 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, if the active intellect is something in 217 1, 78 | therefore follow that the active ~intellect flows from the 218 1, 78 | unfitting. Therefore the active intellect is not something 219 1, 78 | namely, the passive and active ~intellect, "to be in the 220 1, 78 | 1/2~I answer that, The active intellect, of which the 221 1, 78 | substantially separate, is the ~active intellect, which by lighting 222 1, 78 | existence of ~such a separate active intellect, it would still 223 1, 78 | things, besides the universal active causes, each ~one is endowed 224 1, 78 | Anima iii, 5) compared the active intellect to light, which 225 1, 78 | says those words not of the active ~intellect, but of the intellect 226 1, 78 | refer those words ~to the active intellect, then they are 227 1, 78 | it is not owing to ~the active intellect that sometimes 228 1, 78 | If the relation of the active intellect to the passive 229 1, 78 | passive were ~that of the active object to a power, as, for 230 1, 78 | things ~instantly, since the active intellect is that which 231 1, 78 | things (in ~act). But now the active intellect is not an object, 232 1, 78 | besides the ~presence of the active intellect, we require the 233 1, 78 | matters not whether ~the active intellect is something belonging 234 1, 78 | which power is called the "active intellect"; and another 235 1, 78 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the active intellect is one in all?~ 236 1, 78 | would seem that there is one active intellect in all. For what ~ 237 1, 78 | number of ~bodies. But the active intellect is "separate," 238 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the active intellect is the cause of 239 1, 78 | itself one. Therefore the active intellect is the same in 240 1, 78 | these they assent by the active intellect. Therefore all 241 1, 78 | Therefore all agree in one ~active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 242 1, 78 | De Anima iii, 5) that the active ~intellect is as a light. 243 1, 78 | enlightened. Therefore the same active intellect is not in various 244 1, 78 | said (A[4]). For if the active intellect were not something ~ 245 1, 78 | substance, there would be ~one active intellect for all men. And 246 1, 78 | hold ~that there is one active intellect for all. But if 247 1, 78 | intellect for all. But if the active intellect ~is something 248 1, 78 | say that there are as many active intellects as there are 249 1, 78 | Philosopher proves that the active intellect is ~separate, 250 1, 78 | And in the same sense the active intellect is ~also called " 251 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The active intellect is the cause of 252 1, 78 | one. And this befits the ~active intellect inasmuch as it 253 1, 78 | and this power is the ~active intellect. But there is 254 1, 78 | but not the unity of ~the active intellect, which Aristotle 255 1, 78 | anew, we ~must turn to the active intellect, which he held 256 1, 78 | habit of turning to ~the active intellect there is formed, 257 1, 78 | intellect for turning to the active intellect; ~which aptitude 258 1, 78 | between the power of the active ~intellect and of the passive 259 1, 78 | regards the same ~object, the active power which makes the object 260 1, 78 | existing in ~act. Thus the active power is compared to its 261 1, 78 | but that of passive and active. Wherefore it is clear that 262 1, 78 | intellects - namely, the ~"active" and "passive" intellects, 263 1, 78 | intellect. Of which four the active and passive intellects are ~ 264 1, 78 | just as in all things the active power is distinct from ~ 265 1, 79 | distinction of the corresponding active ~and motive principles; 266 1, 79 | to the ~movable, and the active to the passive: indeed, 267 1, 79 | from its relation to its active principle. Therefore, ~since 268 1, 81 | thing movable, and as the active precedes the passive; for 269 1, 81 | order among a number of active powers, that ~power which 270 1, 82 | there are two powers - the active and the passive. Therefore, ~ 271 1, 82 | distinguish in the will an active and a ~passive will.~ 272 1, 83 | intellect which he called the ~"active intelligence," from which, 273 1, 83 | Avicenna placed them in the "active ~intelligence." They differ, 274 1, 83 | it needs to turn (to the active ~intellect) in order to 275 1, 83 | aroused to turn to the "active intelligence" ~from which 276 1, 83 | species derived from the "active intelligence," it follows 277 1, 83 | senses can turn to the ~active intelligence, either from 278 1, 83 | in act, that is, by the active intellect, which is a power ~ 279 1, 83 | agent which he calls the active intellect, of which we ~ 280 1, 83 | actually intelligible by the active intellect, it cannot be 281 1, 83 | senses. For the light of the active intellect is ~needed, through 282 1, 83 | does ~in proving that the active intellect must be separate, 283 1, 83 | only a ~passive but also an active power. But if we hold, according 284 1, 84 | passive intellect and the active ~intellect. But it does 285 1, 84 | to be the function of the active ~intellect, which is related 286 1, 84 | done ~by the power of the active intellect which by turning 287 1, 84 | OBJ 4: Not only does the active intellect throw light on 288 1, 84 | so by the power of the active intellect the ~phantasms 289 1, 84 | intentions. Furthermore, the active intellect abstracts the 290 1, 84 | forasmuch as by the power of the active ~intellect we are able to 291 1, 86 | through the light of the active intellect, which not only ~ 292 1, 86 | the phantasms - as is the active ~intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 293 1, 87 | substance, which ~he calls the "active intellect," and which, being 294 1, 87 | things. Now he said that the active ~intellect is united to 295 1, 87 | understand by means of both ~the active intellect and intelligible 296 1, 87 | understood; it is clear that the ~active intellect must be compared 297 1, 87 | In both ~these ways the active intellect can be compared 298 1, 87 | intelligible object and the active ~intellect together; and 299 1, 87 | between ourselves and the active intellect; so much so that 300 1, 87 | intelligible objects, the active intellect becomes one ~with 301 1, 87 | the instrumentality of the active intellect, as he himself ~ 302 1, 87 | substances by means of the ~active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 303 1, 87 | because, supposing the active ~intellect to be a separate 304 1, 87 | the above explanation, the active ~intellect, supposing it 305 1, 87 | to the other acts of the active ~intellect so as to enable 306 1, 87 | as above explained, the active intellect were united to 307 1, 87 | equal the ~force of the active intellect, as it is a much 308 1, 87 | things would ~not make the active intellect to be so united 309 1, 87 | by being united to ~the active intellect as some imagined.~ 310 1, 87 | above (Q[79], A[4]), the active intellect is not a ~separate 311 1, 87 | things potentially," and the active intellect is "all things 312 1, 87 | actually intelligible by the ~active intellect, and are received 313 1, 87 | by the passive or by the active intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 314 1, 87 | knowledge; such as of the active to the passive, and of ~ 315 1, 90 | from putrefaction by the active power of a heavenly ~body; 316 1, 90 | two ways. First, both in active and in passive ~potentiality, 317 1, 91 | seed: others possess the active and passive ~generative 318 1, 91 | observe that in these the active power of generation invariably ~ 319 1, 91 | Among perfect animals the active power of ~generation belongs 320 1, 91 | and ~misbegotten, for the active force in the male seed tends 321 1, 91 | comes from defect in the active force or from some ~material 322 1, 91 | created; ~not as regards active potentiality, but as regards 323 1, 91 | passive ~in relation to the active potentiality of the Creator.~ 324 1, 96 | contraries are mutually active or passive, according as 325 1, 96 | existing, lessens the specific active power: as water added to 326 1, 96 | observe that at first the active force of the species is 327 1, 97 | generation there is an ~active and a passive principle. 328 1, 97 | distinction of sex, the active principle is male and the 329 1, 98 | wood. But in generation the active force is in the male. Since, ~ 330 1, 98 | state of innocence man's active force was not subject ~to 331 1, 98 | either by a ~defect of the active force or by inept matter, 332 1, 103 | occur, except there be some active ~cause thereof. But tendency 333 1, 103 | not-being, except through some active cause of ~corruption. Now 334 1, 103 | aptitude to receive from its active cause an impression specifically 335 1, 103 | specifically the ~same as in that active cause, then the "becoming" 336 1, 103 | is merely receptive; ~the active power belongs to God Himself, 337 1, 104 | be reduced to act by the active power ~which extends over 338 1, 104 | effect is assimilated to the active cause in two ways. ~First, 339 1, 104 | the effect is like ~its active cause as regards all that 340 1, 104 | sufficiently unless the active power of the mover surpasses 341 1, 104 | the cause, that it bestows active ~power on its effect. Secondly, 342 1, 104 | effect. Secondly, because the active powers which are seen ~to 343 1, 107 | towards God. ~Secondly, the active force which is "heat," which 344 1, 109 | immediately in the sphere of active and passive ~elements; because, 345 1, 109 | bodies, which he called the "active intelligence."~Aquin.: SMT 346 1, 114 | 1) Whether a body can be active?~(2) Whether there exist 347 1, 114 | 1~Whether a body can be active?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 348 1, 114 | seem that no bodies are active. For Augustine says (De ~ 349 1, 114 | corporeal ~substance is not active.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 350 1, 114 | corporeal ~substance is active.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 351 1, 114 | propinquity to the first active cause. But bodies, being 352 1, 114 | most remote from the first active cause, which is most simple. ~ 353 1, 114 | Therefore no bodies are active.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 354 1, 114 | principle of action, save an ~active quality, which is an accident; 355 1, 114 | Therefore no bodies are active.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 356 1, 114 | senses that some bodies are active. ~But concerning the action 357 1, 114 | and the quantity of ~the active body would be diminished 358 1, 114 | and therefore it is both active and passive.~Aquin.: SMT 359 1, 114 | matter; which ~is in no way active, since it is a pure potentiality.~ 360 1, 114 | substantial form. For the active quality, such as heat, although 361 1, 114 | OBJ 3: Further, seeds are active principles. But there are 362 1, 114 | principles. But there are no active ~principles in corporeal 363 1, 114 | it is manifest that the active and passive principles of 364 1, 114 | seminales rationes] to all those active and passive virtues ~which 365 1, 114 | 2] Body Para. 2/2~These active and passive virtues may 366 1, 114 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These active and passive virtues of natural 367 1, 114 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These active and passive virtues are 368 1, 114 | seed of the male is the active principle in the ~generation 369 1, 114 | word "seed" ~covers both active and passive principles.~ 370 1, 114 | the scope of the ~natural active virtues, and the passive 371 1, 114 | which are ordered ~to such active virtues, and this is what 372 1, 114 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 2: The active principles of bodies here 373 1, 114 | here below are only the ~active qualities of the elements, 374 1, 114 | necessary to suppose some active principle above these material ~ 375 1, 115 | the proper effect of an active natural ~principle. No natural 376 1, 115 | therefore impossible that ~any active power of a heavenly body 377 1, 116 | produce his like, is an ~active quality. Therefore it follows 378 1, 116 | follows that knowledge is an active quality ~just as heat is.~ 379 1, 116 | namely the light ~of the active intellect, through which 380 1, 116 | learner; not, indeed, by some active power as of a higher nature, 381 1, 116 | the manner of a natural active cause. Wherefore ~knowledge 382 1, 116 | knowledge need not be an active quality: but is the principle 383 1, 117 | plant derives a certain active force from the ~soul of 384 1, 117 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This active force which is in the semen, 385 1, 117 | there is no need for ~this active force to have an actual 386 1, 117 | generated by coition, the active force ~is in the semen of 387 1, 117 | soul, by the ~power of the active principle in the semen, 388 1, 117 | nourishment and growth. As to the active power which was in the ~ 389 1, 117 | It is impossible for an active power existing in matter ~ 390 1, 117 | not ~indeed through the active seminal power, but by the 391 1, 118 | Secondly, because the ~active seminal power is a certain 392 1, 118 | from Adam: and likewise the active seminal power of the father, ~ 393 1, 118 | derived from Adam; whereas the active virtue was not derived from ~ 394 2, 3 | actual: thus we speak of active ~and contemplative life, 395 2, 3 | more one. Consequently the active life, which is busy with ~ 396 2, 3 | end cannot consist in the active life, which pertains to 397 2, 3 | things ~pertaining to the active life, other animals also 398 2, 4 | and for the operation of active virtue, for which ~latter 399 2, 4 | whether in ~the works of the active life, or in those of the 400 2, 5 | 5~This is also clear of active happiness: since man's will 401 2, 5 | often happens in the case of active powers ordained to ~one 402 2, 6 | subject is compelled by its active ~principle, when it is changed 403 2, 6 | sometimes moved by its active principle, it seems that 404 2, 6 | subject ~is moved by its active principle; but only when 405 2, 6 | is from nature as from an active ~principle: thus it is natural 406 2, 10 | therefore, the will is an active principle, not determinate 407 2, 15 | of the appetite, which is active rather than merely passive.~ 408 2, 16 | to use is to apply an active ~principle to action: thus 409 2, 17 | universal; just as a particular active power is regulated by a 410 2, 17 | regulated by a universal ~active power. Consequently in this 411 2, 18 | Further, the object of an active power is compared to the 412 2, 18 | always the object of ~an active power. For the appetitive 413 2, 18 | have the objects of the active powers always the ~nature 414 2, 18 | some way the effect of the active power, it follows that it 415 2, 18 | latter are referred to one active principle, which does ~not 416 2, 18 | are referred to ~another active principle. Because nothing 417 2, 18 | essential in reference to one active principle, and accidental 418 2, 20 | inasmuch as it is in the active cause, it precedes in every 419 2, 20 | will, as existing in the active ~cause, is the form of the 420 2, 21 | swerve from the order of its ~active principle to the end. But 421 2, 22 | 2: Further, what is more active is less passive; for action 422 2, 22 | appetitive part is more active than the ~apprehensive part. 423 2, 22 | power is said to be more active, because it ~is, more than 424 2, 22 | Further, the more powerful the active force, the more intense 425 2, 22 | good, is a more powerful active force than the object of 426 2, 23 | in accordance with their active causes, ~which, in the case 427 2, 23 | Now, ~the difference in active causes may be considered 428 2, 23 | the difference in their active ~power. In the passions 429 2, 23 | the difference of their ~active or motive causes in respect 430 2, 30 | from a diversity in its active ~power. The diversity, derived 431 2, 30 | derived from the nature of the active object, ~causes a material 432 2, 30 | difference in regard ~to its active power causes a formal diversity 433 2, 30 | from a difference in ~the active object. Now the object of 434 2, 30 | Hence diversity of the active object follows from diversity 435 2, 41 | is compared to it as its active ~principle: since passion 436 2, 46 | effects according to its ~active power. Now it happens that 437 2, 50 | habit is allotted to the active intellect, as there ~is 438 2, 50 | because the former is an active power. ~But the will is 439 2, 50 | the will is above all an active power, because it moves 440 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The active intellect is active only, 441 2, 50 | The active intellect is active only, and in no way passive. ~ 442 2, 51 | would be mover ~and moved, active and passive: which is impossible, 443 2, 51 | there is sometimes only the active principle ~of its act: for 444 2, 51 | in fire there is only the active principle of ~heating. And 445 2, 51 | which there is both the active and the passive principle 446 2, 51 | conclusions, has, as it were, an active principle in a ~self-evident 447 2, 51 | with regard to the first active principle, but ~with regard 448 2, 51 | far as it comes ~from an active principle, proceeds from 449 2, 51 | passive power is moved by an active principle. But in order ~ 450 2, 51 | that which is passive the active principle ~must entirely 451 2, 51 | Now it is clear that the ~active principle which is reason, 452 2, 51 | is possible for a certain active ~principle to entirely overcome, 453 2, 51 | caused by one act, if the active principle is of ~great power: 454 2, 53 | no ~contrary; nor can the active intellect, which is the 455 2, 53 | caused immediately by the active intellect, such a habit 456 2, 54 | 2]): for it is only ~an active power that cannot be the 457 2, 54 | determined by the nature of one active object to an act ~specifically 458 2, 54 | to the diversity of their active principles, since every 459 2, 54 | First, in respect of the active principles of such dispositions; ~ 460 2, 54 | various means ~are as so many active principles, in respect of 461 2, 54 | virtues, even as diversity of active principles does. Moreover 462 2, 54 | respect of their objects and active principles, but also in ~ 463 2, 55 | acts; for instance, the active natural powers. And therefore 464 2, 56 | the natural ~light of the active intellect. And therefore 465 2, 56 | intellect in its relation to the active intellect, so the subject 466 2, 57 | greater merit than the active life."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 467 2, 57 | Accordingly ~the practical or active faculty which is contrasted 468 2, 57 | good of prudence is in the active ~principle, whose activity 469 2, 58 | some held that all the ~active principles in man are subordinate 470 2, 60 | between a virtue that ~is active of itself, and a virtue 471 2, 60 | itself, and a virtue that is active through the command of ~ 472 2, 63 | due to the inflow of the active intellect, as Avicenna ~ 473 2, 67 | virtues perfect man in the active life. But the ~active life 474 2, 67 | the active life. But the ~active life does not remain after 475 2, 67 | 18): "The works of the active life pass away from the 476 2, 67 | things that concern ~the active life, belong to the material 477 2, 68 | understanding: and some in the active life, e.g. piety ~and fortitude. 478 2, 68 | and fortitude. Now the active life ends with this as Gregory 479 2, 68 | not be the works of the active life; but all ~the gifts 480 2, 68 | contemplative are preferable to the active, ~viz. wisdom, understanding 481 2, 69 | matters connected with the active ~life. Therefore the beatitudes 482 2, 69 | executive gifts belong to the active ~life, but also some of 483 2, 69 | gifts connected with the active ~life, fear is said to be 484 2, 69 | sensual life, ~some, to an active life, and some, to a contemplative 485 2, 69 | while happiness of the active life is a disposition of 486 2, 69 | 69] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Active life consists chiefly in 487 2, 69 | Yet the effects of the ~active life, which dispose man 488 2, 69 | beatitudes. Now the effect of the active life, as regards those ~ 489 2, 69 | neighbor, ~the effect of the active life is peace, according 490 2, 69 | gifts which belong to the active life are ~indicated in the 491 2, 69 | things pertaining to the active life, knowledge is not sought 492 2, 69 | which direct man in the active life, such acts, to wit, 493 2, 69 | all belong either to the active or to the contemplative 494 2, 69 | beatitudes belong to the works of active happiness, which are ~the 495 2, 72 | however, ~because the natural active principles are always determined 496 2, 72 | acts, but also ~from their active principles: thus heating 497 2, 72 | On the other hand, the active ~principles in voluntary 498 2, 72 | and consequently from one active or ~motive principle, diverse 499 2, 72 | according to their various active or ~motive causes, but only 500 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The active principles in voluntary


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