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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | it does not therefore ~follow that he understands that 2 1, 3 | God. Hence ~it does not follow that matter exists in God.~ 3 1, 3 | univocally. Hence it does not follow that there are accidents 4 1, 3 | diverse. Hence it does not follow they are the ~same.~ 5 1, 5 | certain things ~necessarily follow), in order for a thing to 6 1, 5 | OBJ 1: These three only follow upon being, so far as it 7 1, 5 | order, but only such as follow ~upon the being of sight.~ 8 1, 6 | and therefore it does not follow ~that a creature is good 9 1, 7 | therefore ~the accidents follow upon the substantial form, 10 1, 7 | determinate accidents should follow upon a determinate form; 11 1, 8 | numbered; hence it does not follow that it is ~primarily and 12 1, 8 | heavens; but it does not follow that it lives or ~exists 13 1, 8 | speaking; and ~thus it does not follow that it is everywhere.~ 14 1, 9 | accident ~to be such as to follow on the essential principles 15 1, 10 | alone; hence it does not ~follow that anything beside God 16 1, 10 | Still these differences follow upon the ~essential and 17 1, 10 | before" ~and "after," it must follow that with the receding of 18 1, 10 | then an incongruity would ~follow. For a thing which exists 19 1, 11 | Reply OBJ 3: It does not follow that it is nugatory to say " 20 1, 11 | incongruous; because it would follow that ~"one" comes after " 21 1, 12 | existence. Hence it does not follow that He cannot be known 22 1, 12 | thing, it would necessarily follow that the seer would receive 23 1, 12 | A[2]). Hence it does not follow that an angel can know ~ 24 1, 12 | says (Phil. 3:12): "But I follow after, if I may by any ~ 25 1, 12 | But the Apostle did not follow in ~vain; for he said (1 26 1, 12 | reason only, it does not follow that any part of it is unknown, 27 1, 12 | things; but it does not follow that whoever sees God knows 28 1, 13 | Secondly, because it would follow that all names applied to 29 1, 13 | higher way. Hence it does not follow that God is good, ~because 30 1, 13 | creatures; for thus it would follow ~that there are different 31 1, 13 | is true of relations that follow upon ~an act of reason, 32 1, 13 | particular. For names do not ~follow upon the mode of being in 33 1, 14 | explained; hence it does not follow that there is any perfection 34 1, 14 | comprehended. Hence it does not follow that the ~divine intellectual 35 1, 14 | and not special, it would follow that His understanding ~ 36 1, 14 | is eternal, it ~does not follow that creatures are eternal.~ 37 1, 14 | necessary conclusion can follow, as ~is proved in Poster. 38 1, 14 | future sometimes does not follow. On the ~other hand some 39 1, 14 | necessary. Nor does it follow, as some say, that the consequent 40 1, 14 | than He makes, it does not follow ~that He can know more than 41 1, 14 | which are, it does not follow that His knowledge is variable, 42 1, 14 | enunciations; and because it would follow that a proposition which 43 1, 14 | because of this, ~it does not follow that the knowledge of God 44 1, 15 | not in God; since it would follow that ~evil was in Him. But 45 1, 16 | is seen"; since it would follow that stones ~hidden in the 46 1, 16 | know," for hence it ~would follow that nothing would be true, 47 1, 16 | Such, however, do not follow, if we say ~that the truth 48 1, 16 | has eternity. Nor does it ~follow from this that anything 49 1, 16 | It does not, however, ~follow from this that they are 50 1, 16 | eternal. Hence it does not follow that it was always true 51 1, 16 | future. Thus it does not follow, though one of the ~three 52 1, 19 | own ~goodness, it does not follow that anything else moves 53 1, 19 | divine ~will, it does not follow that it wills nothing apart 54 1, 19 | whatever He ~wills, it does not follow that He wills it necessarily; 55 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 3: It does not follow from this argument that 56 1, 19 | sinner, that any good should follow from his sin; as it was 57 1, 23 | object. Whence it does not follow that predestination is anything ~ 58 1, 23 | if this were so, it would follow that the effect of ~predestination 59 1, 23 | predestinated. Whence it ~does not follow that predestination can 60 1, 25 | essence. ~Hence it does not follow that there should be anything 61 1, 25 | also His power. It does not follow, therefore, that it is ~ 62 1, 27 | Were this true, it would follow that the Holy Ghost Who ~ 63 1, 27 | loving. Thus it does not follow that ~love is begotten, 64 1, 28 | existed in God, it would follow that God is not really Father 65 1, 28 | relations, however, which follow the operation of the intellect, ~ 66 1, 28 | name. Hence it does not follow that there ~exists in God 67 1, 28 | relative names, it would follow that it is imperfect, being 68 1, 28 | in any name, it does not follow, ~if a relative term or 69 1, 28 | passion; still it does not follow that action and passion 70 1, 28 | God. Hence it does ~not follow from their plurality that 71 1, 29 | themselves of Scripture, it would follow that no one could speak 72 1, 29 | to both. So it ~does not follow that, although relation 73 1, 30 | gods by unity, it does not ~follow that these terms express 74 1, 30 | not real, yet it ~does not follow that in God there is universal 75 1, 31 | alone creates," it would follow that the "Father alone creates," 76 1, 31 | is ~joined; and it would follow that God was solitary, against 77 1, 31 | alone creates; nor, does it follow, "therefore the Father alone ~ 78 1, 31 | universal; for it does not follow that if we say ~"Socrates 79 1, 32 | the sacred word, we too follow this rule."~Aquin.: SMT 80 1, 32 | relation; ~otherwise it would follow that the Son also and the 81 1, 32 | multiplies the Trinity, it would follow that the Son and the Holy ~ 82 1, 32 | decided that consequences follow against ~faith, then the 83 1, 32 | against the faith would follow, he ~would lapse into heresy.~ 84 1, 33 | not a son." Nor does it follow that "unbegotten" is not ~ 85 1, 33 | relation. Thus it does not ~follow that the Father unbegotten 86 1, 35 | Son, ~still it does not follow that He is the Image, as 87 1, 36 | the relations also which follow from this procession ~are 88 1, 36 | absolute sense; for it would follow that there ~would not be 89 1, 36 | Father is one, it would ~follow that the person of the Son 90 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost, it would follow that He would ~be a secondary 91 1, 36 | term. It does not thence follow that by reason of ~the several 92 1, 38 | given in time. Nor does it follow that it is an ~essential 93 1, 39 | having Godhead," it does not ~follow that there are three Gods.~ 94 1, 39 | Consequently, it does not follow that there exists a "God 95 1, 39 | non-generator" and so it does not ~follow that there are many Gods; 96 1, 39 | simplicity; yet it does not follow that ~it can stand for the 97 1, 39 | really the same; nor does it follow that a ~personal property 98 1, 39 | divine persons. Nor does it follow that He is His own principle; ~ 99 1, 39 | each of them, then it would follow ~that one person would be 100 1, 40 | Consequently, it does not follow that if one is multiplied, 101 1, 40 | one by paternity, it would follow that the Son, in ~Whom there 102 1, 40 | hypostasis. It does not follow, however, ~that the Son 103 1, 40 | hypostasis; just as it does not follow ~that He is not a person.~ 104 1, 40 | our mode of understanding follow upon the notional acts, 105 1, 41 | by the will, it seems to follow that He begot ~Him by necessity; 106 1, 41 | Begetter begets," ~it does not follow that the divine essence 107 1, 41 | Begotten): which would follow if we were to say that the 108 1, 41 | same being, it does not ~follow that the Son is the Father, 109 1, 42 | can do; yet it does not follow that the Son can beget; 110 1, 44 | otherwise one thing would ~not follow more than another from the 111 1, 45 | already is: and so it would follow that something ~would be, 112 1, 45 | something presupposed, it ~would follow that the thing presupposed 113 1, 45 | iii, text 20,21), it must follow that when ~motion is withdrawn, 114 1, 45 | because otherwise it would follow that in God there would 115 1, 45 | were not creation, it would follow that ~nature's productions 116 1, 46 | else to make the effect follow. But God is the sufficient 117 1, 46 | an eternal effect did not follow; but such an effect as God ~ 118 1, 46 | they say that it does not follow necessarily ~if God is the 119 1, 47 | this opinion, it would follow that the universality of 120 1, 48 | evil; otherwise, it would follow that what does not ~exist 121 1, 48 | evil. But this does not follow from what is said above, 122 1, 49 | cause; for ~it would then follow that evil would not exist 123 1, 50 | spiritual. Hence it would follow that one part of matter 124 1, 50 | 15). Therefore it would follow that the matter of spiritual 125 1, 51 | assumed, ~otherwise it would follow that all bodies moved by 126 1, 52 | the conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 127 1, 52 | Hence the inference does not follow.~ 128 1, 53 | points, since no two points follow one another without a ~middle, 129 1, 53 | in two "nows," it would ~follow that it would be at rest 130 1, 53 | place; hence it is bound to follow the laws of place in its ~ 131 1, 54 | concrete. Hence it does not follow, if "to live" is "to ~be," 132 1, 54 | this account it does not follow that in the angel "to be" ~ 133 1, 56 | species; and so it would follow that, if God were now ~to 134 1, 56 | things; ~and so it would follow that the higher angels could 135 1, 56 | nature. Yet it does not follow on that ~account that he 136 1, 57 | universality, yet it does ~not follow that one knows how far another 137 1, 57 | iii, 12. But it does ~not follow that, if the angel knows 138 1, 60 | free-will, every choice does not follow a ~discursive act of the 139 1, 60 | the ~conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 140 1, 60 | more than God, it ~would follow that natural love would 141 1, 61 | Consequently it does not follow that the angels existed 142 1, 62 | to turn to God, it ~would follow that he did not require 143 1, 63 | because, when two operations follow one upon the ~other, it 144 1, 63 | was in his power not to follow it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 145 1, 65 | Secondly, ~because it would follow that the arrangement, which 146 1, 65 | spiritual creature, it would follow, if other spiritual ~creatures 147 1, 67 | light were a ~body, it would follow that whenever the air is 148 1, 69 | implied by the words that follow, "The ~gathering together 149 1, 70 | difficulty exists if we follow Augustine in holding the ~ 150 1, 74 | to another day, it ~would follow that for the remainder of 151 1, 74 | forms, and ~the works that follow to mean some sort of distinction 152 1, 75 | non-subsistent; ~otherwise it would follow that an animal is non-subsistent, 153 1, 75 | ix, 4). The same would follow if the aforesaid substances ~ 154 1, 76 | determinate nature, it ~would follow that the intellect has a 155 1, 76 | possible intellect, it does not follow that ~Socrates, in whom 156 1, 76 | matter and form, it would follow that in no way could the 157 1, 76 | It seems, therefore, to follow that there ~is one intellect 158 1, 76 | intellect ~itself. For it would follow that Socrates and Plato 159 1, 76 | itself; it will further follow that there ~is but one agent 160 1, 76 | intellectual soul, it would follow that man is not ~absolutely 161 1, 76 | primary ~matter; it would follow that it ranks among the 162 1, 76 | maintain, ~it would necessarily follow that in man there is another 163 1, 76 | actual being, it would follow that the soul does not give 164 1, 76 | clear that to every "genus" follow its own proper accidents. 165 1, 76 | part. Whence it does not follow that a part of an animal ~ 166 1, 77 | in a subject, it would ~follow that an accident transcends 167 1, 38 | given in time. Nor does it follow that it is an ~essential 168 1, 39 | having Godhead," it does not ~follow that there are three Gods.~ 169 1, 39 | Consequently, it does not follow that there exists a "God 170 1, 39 | non-generator" and so it does not ~follow that there are many Gods; 171 1, 39 | simplicity; yet it does not follow that ~it can stand for the 172 1, 39 | really the same; nor does it follow that a ~personal property 173 1, 39 | divine persons. Nor does it follow that He is His own principle; ~ 174 1, 39 | each of them, then it would follow ~that one person would be 175 1, 40 | Consequently, it does not follow that if one is multiplied, 176 1, 40 | one by paternity, it would follow that the Son, in ~Whom there 177 1, 40 | hypostasis. It does not follow, however, ~that the Son 178 1, 40 | hypostasis; just as it does not follow ~that He is not a person.~ 179 1, 40 | our mode of understanding follow upon the notional acts, 180 1, 41 | by the will, it seems to follow that He begot ~Him by necessity; 181 1, 41 | Begetter begets," ~it does not follow that the divine essence 182 1, 41 | Begotten): which would follow if we were to say that the 183 1, 41 | same being, it does not ~follow that the Son is the Father, 184 1, 42 | can do; yet it does not follow that the Son can beget; 185 1, 45 | otherwise one thing would ~not follow more than another from the 186 1, 46 | already is: and so it would follow that something ~would be, 187 1, 46 | something presupposed, it ~would follow that the thing presupposed 188 1, 46 | iii, text 20,21), it must follow that when ~motion is withdrawn, 189 1, 46 | because otherwise ~it would follow that in God there would 190 1, 46 | were not creation, it would follow that ~nature's productions 191 1, 47 | else to make the effect follow. But God is the sufficient 192 1, 47 | an eternal effect did not follow; but such an effect as God ~ 193 1, 47 | they say that it does not follow necessarily ~if God is the 194 1, 48 | this opinion, it would follow that the universality of 195 1, 49 | evil; otherwise, it would follow that what does not ~exist 196 1, 49 | evil. But this does not follow from what is said above, 197 1, 50 | cause; for ~it would then follow that evil would not exist 198 1, 51 | spiritual. Hence it would follow that one part of matter 199 1, 51 | 15). Therefore it would follow that the matter of spiritual 200 1, 52 | assumed, ~otherwise it would follow that all bodies moved by 201 1, 53 | the conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 202 1, 53 | Hence the inference does not follow.~ 203 1, 54 | points, since no two points follow one another without a ~middle, 204 1, 54 | in two "nows," it would ~follow that it would be at rest 205 1, 54 | place; hence it is bound to follow the laws of place in its ~ 206 1, 55 | concrete. Hence it does not follow, if "to live" is "to ~be," 207 1, 55 | this account it does not follow that in the angel "to be" ~ 208 1, 57 | species; and so it would follow that, if God were now ~to 209 1, 57 | things; ~and so it would follow that the higher angels could 210 1, 57 | nature. Yet it does not follow on that ~account that he 211 1, 58 | universality, yet it does ~not follow that one knows how far another 212 1, 58 | iii, 12. But it does ~not follow that, if the angel knows 213 1, 61 | free-will, every choice does not follow a ~discursive act of the 214 1, 61 | the ~conclusion does not follow.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 215 1, 61 | more than God, it ~would follow that natural love would 216 1, 62 | Consequently it does not follow that the angels existed 217 1, 63 | to turn to God, it ~would follow that he did not require 218 1, 64 | because, when two operations follow one upon the ~other, it 219 1, 64 | was in his power not to follow it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 220 1, 66 | Secondly, ~because it would follow that the arrangement, which 221 1, 66 | spiritual creature, it would follow, if other spiritual ~creatures 222 1, 68 | light were a ~body, it would follow that whenever the air is 223 1, 70 | implied by the words that follow, "The ~gathering together 224 1, 71 | difficulty exists if we follow Augustine in holding the ~ 225 1, 73 | to another day, it ~would follow that for the remainder of 226 1, 73 | forms, and ~the works that follow to mean some sort of distinction 227 1, 74 | non-subsistent; ~otherwise it would follow that an animal is non-subsistent, 228 1, 74 | ix, 4). The same would follow if the aforesaid substances ~ 229 1, 75 | determinate nature, it ~would follow that the intellect has a 230 1, 75 | possible intellect, it does not follow that ~Socrates, in whom 231 1, 75 | matter and form, it would follow that in no way could the 232 1, 75 | It seems, therefore, to follow that there ~is one intellect 233 1, 75 | intellect ~itself. For it would follow that Socrates and Plato 234 1, 75 | itself; it will further follow that there ~is but one agent 235 1, 75 | intellectual soul, it would follow that man is not ~absolutely 236 1, 75 | primary ~matter; it would follow that it ranks among the 237 1, 75 | maintain, ~it would necessarily follow that in man there is another 238 1, 75 | actual being, it would follow that the soul does not give 239 1, 75 | clear that to every "genus" follow its own proper accidents. 240 1, 75 | part. Whence it does not follow that a part of an animal ~ 241 1, 76 | in a subject, it would ~follow that an accident transcends 242 1, 77 | animal motion and action follow ~apprehension, an animal 243 1, 78 | soul. It would therefore follow that the active ~intellect 244 1, 78 | act to the sight; it would follow that we could understand 245 1, 78 | or rebuke. And all these follow the application ~of knowledge 246 1, 78 | clear that ~all these things follow the actual application of 247 1, 82 | it ~is natural to us to follow some particular end, and 248 1, 82 | contingent matters may ~follow opposite courses, as we 249 1, 82 | the judgment of reason may follow opposite courses, and is ~ 250 1, 84 | species in the soul, it would ~follow that every science would 251 1, 84 | in act. Hence it does not follow that the ~intelligible species 252 1, 84 | Platonists maintained, it would follow that a ~like indivisible 253 1, 86 | medicine, but it does not follow ~that medicine is more desirable 254 1, 87 | understood by us, it does ~not follow that they are not understood 255 1, 87 | attain its end. ~It does not follow, therefore, that immaterial 256 1, 88 | separate substances, it would follow that human knowledge, so 257 1, 88 | A[1]). So it does not follow that the soul knows all 258 1, 88 | confused. Hence it does not follow that to ~study in order 259 1, 88 | soul after death, it would follow that some who are less ~ 260 1, 88 | separated soul, it would follow that two forms of the ~same 261 1, 88 | this were true, it would follow that ~when the body is destroyed 262 1, 92 | likeness of essence, it would ~follow of necessity if man were 263 1, 92 | first, because it ~would follow that the Holy Ghost is the 264 1, 93 | operation. We need not, however, follow the Master of the ~Sentences 265 1, 94 | judgment; at other times they follow reason's judgment, ~accordingly 266 1, 95 | for the fact that ~cranes follow their leader, and bees obey 267 1, 98 | From this it seems to ~follow that males and females would 268 1, 102 | Divine government, it would follow that no evil exists.~Aquin.: 269 1, 104 | apprehension; but it ~does not follow that He always moves as 270 1, 104 | without time, it does not ~follow that it moves without time.~ 271 1, 104 | same time. But this would follow if He moved the will; for 272 1, 104 | Agent, but it ~does not follow from this that the operation 273 1, 109 | different things. Nor does it follow that there are more than 274 1, 109 | flow of the sea ~does not follow from the substantial form 275 1, 110 | principle; and thus it does not follow that ~whoever understands 276 1, 112 | is in the wrong. It will ~follow therefore, that a good angel 277 1, 114 | i, 8,9). For it would ~follow that a body would not be 278 1, 114 | differ from ~sense; it would follow of necessity that the heavenly 279 1, 114 | and action. It would also follow that man is led by ~natural 280 1, 114 | naturally. It would therefore follow that man has no free-will, ~ 281 1, 114 | does not, of necessity, follow the inclination of the inferior 282 1, 114 | OBJ 3: The majority of men follow their passions, which are ~ 283 1, 114 | seems that their effects follow of ~necessity.~Aquin.: SMT 284 1, 114 | the heavenly body does not follow of ~necessity, this is due 285 1, 114 | Consequently it ~would follow that all that takes place 286 1, 114 | nevertheless does not of necessity follow ~these inclinations. Therefore 287 1, 114 | endowed with freedom ~to follow or not to follow the impressions 288 1, 114 | freedom ~to follow or not to follow the impressions produced 289 1, 114 | whatever, ~the effect must follow of necessity. For some causes 290 1, 115 | a cause the effect must follow of ~necessity. But this 291 1, 115 | Consequently it does not follow that whatever is ~subject 292 1, 117 | except by ~creation, it would follow that the sensitive soul 293 1, 117 | Secondly, because it would follow that the generation of an ~ 294 1, 117 | Thirdly, because it ~would follow that the generation of a 295 1, 117 | united to the body, it would follow that man ~who results from 296 1, 118 | lived long enough, it would follow that in the end nothing 297 1, 118 | vegetative soul, it would follow that the bodies of animals ~ 298 2, 2 | Consequently it does not follow that delight is the ~supreme 299 2, 4 | God": and (Heb. 12:14): "Follow peace with all ~men, and 300 2, 5 | power. But this does not follow of necessity, if they be 301 2, 6 | has rendered mad, it would follow ~that concupiscence would 302 2, 6 | involuntariness, it would follow that every sin is involuntary: 303 2, 7 | that in ~naming things we follow the process of intellectual 304 2, 9 | will move itself, it would follow that the ~same thing is 305 2, 9 | Accordingly it does not ~follow that it is always moving 306 2, 10 | irrational animals, which follow, of ~necessity, the impulse 307 2, 10 | it does not necessarily ~follow the passion.~Aquin.: SMT 308 2, 10 | it ~does not necessarily follow the movement of concupiscence.~ 309 2, 10 | the Divine motion, effects follow of ~necessity; but from 310 2, 10 | contingent causes, effects follow contingently. ~Since, therefore, 311 2, 10 | Consequently it does not follow that the will is moved ~ 312 2, 13 | impossible ~conclusion does not follow from a possible principle. 313 2, 13 | vii, 8. But ~conclusions follow of necessity from their 314 2, 13 | not always of necessity follow from the ~principles, but 315 2, 13 | the ~conclusions do not follow of necessity from principles 316 2, 14 | that precede to things that follow, according to the more ~ 317 2, 15 | that, properly speaking, it follow from that only. But if ~ 318 2, 15 | only. But if ~something can follow from several things, it 319 2, 15 | removing heat it does not follow that ~there is no hardening. 320 2, 15 | through passion is able not to follow the ~passion: whereas irrational 321 2, 15 | consent to them, it does not follow that consent is an act of 322 2, 16 | act of the will does not follow the act of the ~executive 323 2, 17 | natural appetite does not follow from some ~apprehension, 324 2, 18 | circumstances, it does not follow that it is in many species. ~ 325 2, 19 | on the ~object, it would follow that every act of the will 326 2, 19 | man is one who does not follow ~right reason; but accidentally, 327 2, 19 | is also one who does not follow false ~reason." We must 328 2, 19 | absurdity, ~others must needs follow; so in moral matters, given 329 2, 19 | absurdity, ~others must follow too. Thus suppose a man 330 2, 19 | intensely. And yet it does ~not follow that he wills or acts intensely; 331 2, 19 | the Divine ~will, it would follow that it is impossible for 332 2, 19 | the thing willed, it would follow that a man ~is bound to 333 2, 20 | foresees that many evils may follow from his ~action, and yet 334 2, 20 | distinction. ~Because if they follow from the nature of the action 335 2, 20 | better, if better results can follow from it; and specifically 336 2, 20 | hand, if the ~consequences follow by accident and seldom, 337 2, 20 | ordered to be ~punished, both follow from the nature of the cause, 338 2, 21 | reference to Him: else it would follow that human actions are no 339 2, 21 | has; and so it does not follow that every action of his ~ 340 2, 24 | to its species, ~it would follow that those passions the 341 2, 25 | concupiscible passions follow the irascible passions.~ 342 2, 25 | joy and sadness, which follow from all the passions, as 343 2, 28 | good: and so it does not follow that he ~loves another more 344 2, 29 | object ~of hatred, it would follow that all hatred is commendable: 345 2, 34 | something ~imperfect, it would follow that pleasure is not of 346 2, 34 | good. Hence it does not follow that every pleasure is ~ 347 2, 35 | Further, pain seems not to follow save from the sense of touch. ~ 348 2, 36 | one cause, it does not ~follow that they all regard chiefly 349 2, 40 | experience"; whence it seems to follow ~that experience causes 350 2, 42 | imminent evil; it does not follow that a thing flies ~from 351 2, 46 | the appetitive power may follow an act of ~reason in two 352 2, 50 | in order that action may follow more promptly.~Aquin.: SMT 353 2, 51 | known: whence it ~would follow, if the power of the angel 354 2, 51 | above. And so it does not follow that because some habits 355 2, 51 | by its own act, it would follow that the same would be mover ~ 356 2, 53 | of itself; else it would follow that a ~species might be 357 2, 53 | by its subject, it would ~follow that something is accidental 358 2, 54 | species: but it does not ~follow that different habits are 359 2, 54 | diversity of habits does not follow ~diversity of objects.~Aquin.: 360 2, 57 | speculative science, it does not follow that he is ~inclined to 361 2, 57 | more ~excellent, does it follow that the notion of art is 362 2, 57 | but it is enough that he follow the counsels ~of prudent 363 2, 58 | doing good actions, it would follow that it is only in the reason, 364 2, 59 | that otherwise it would follow that moral virtue ~makes 365 2, 59 | far as the lower powers follow the movement of the higher, 366 2, 60 | moral virtues would needs follow diversity of ~operations. 367 2, 60 | different ~passions, it would follow that there are as many moral 368 2, 60 | because their movements follow one another in a certain 369 2, 61 | vi), "the soul needs ~to follow something in order to give 370 2, 61 | something is ~God: if we follow Him we shall live aright." 371 2, 61 | whole-hearted consent to follow the way thus ~proposed. 372 2, 63 | nature it is perverse, if it follow nature it is virtuous." ~ 373 2, 64 | made by art is that they follow the rule of art. Consequently, 374 2, 65 | has ~charity, it does not follow of necessity that he has 375 2, 65 | perfect action would not ~follow, if the instrument also 376 2, 66 | the ~same man, it would follow that whoever surpasses another 377 2, 68 | human reason, but only to follow their inner promptings, 378 2, 68 | to wit, that makes man to follow well the promptings of God.~ 379 2, 68 | man so that he is ready to follow the promptings of the Holy 380 2, 68 | of the gifts simply, they follow ~the same rule as the virtues, 381 2, 68 | and ~moral virtues, but follow the theological virtues. 382 2, 69 | gifts that we may obey and follow ~him. Consequently the beatitudes 383 2, 71 | hence there are more who follow the ~inclinations of the 384 2, 71 | sensitive nature, than who follow the order of ~reason: because 385 2, 71 | be without act, it would follow that a man ~sins as soon 386 2, 71 | ought. ~Therefore it would follow that he sins continually; 387 2, 72 | inordinateness in the things which follow the principle: thus, in 388 2, 72 | even as boyhood and youth follow the ~complete generation 389 2, 73 | according to virtue is to follow the rule of reason, wherefore 390 2, 73 | Nevertheless it does not follow that for this reason man ~ 391 2, 73 | were equal, it would not follow that vices are equal, since ~ 392 2, 73 | malice in sins must needs follow the diversity of those things 393 2, 73 | good": whence it seems to follow that the greater ~virtue 394 2, 73 | it is ~evil, it does not follow that it constitutes the 395 2, 73 | causing more harm, it would follow that sins ~against our neighbor 396 2, 73 | a greater harm, it would follow ~that fornication, absolutely 397 2, 73 | the other hand, the harm ~follow directly from the sinful 398 2, 73 | aggravates a sin, it does not follow ~that this alone renders 399 2, 73 | inordinate. Hence it does not follow, supposing harm to be inflicted ~ 400 2, 75 | that the effect does not follow of necessity, on account 401 2, 75 | impediment: else it would follow that all things happen of ~ 402 2, 75 | has a cause, it does not follow that this is a necessary 403 2, 75 | but some precede and some follow the sin itself.~Aquin.: 404 2, 76 | singular proposition does not follow from a ~universal proposition, 405 2, 77 | of the estimative power follow the passion ~of the sensitive 406 2, 77 | natural ~inclination always to follow the judgment of the reason.~ 407 2, 77 | suffices for the ~will not to follow the universal knowledge 408 2, 78 | habit: so that it does not follow of necessity, if a man sins ~ 409 2, 82 | of a fault, else it would follow that a man while asleep, ~ 410 2, 82 | to an inordinate act does follow from original sin, ~not 411 2, 83 | original sin, it would ~follow that it is corrupted in 412 2, 83 | proper accidents, which follow ~their subject both in the 413 2, 83 | Consequently, it does not follow that the child's generative 414 2, 84 | as sensation and movement follow from the head. But ~sin 415 2, 85 | Mode, species and order follow one from the other, as ~ 416 2, 85 | two columns, it does not follow that the movements of ~the 417 2, 86 | of grace: and so it would follow that there is but one stain ~ 418 2, 88 | habitually. Therefore it does not follow that he who sins venially, 419 2, 89 | the sting of the flesh, follow the road of ~damnation, 420 2, 93 | expressed thereby. Nor does it follow that the eternal law is 421 2, 93 | Therefore it does not ~follow that anyone who knows the 422 2, 93 | Consequently it does ~not follow that human law is not derived 423 2, 94 | the natural law, ~it would follow that there are also many 424 2, 94 | natural law, it seems to follow ~that all sins are against 425 2, 95 | the ~natural law, it would follow that they too are the same 426 2, 98 | east, hath called him to ~follow him?"~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] 427 2, 100 | not black: but it does not follow that if it is not black, 428 2, 100 | 26:20) that ~"thou shalt follow justly after that which 429 2, 100 | punished. Hence ~it would follow that a man who has not the 430 2, 100 | commandments": whence it seems to follow that the ~observance of 431 2, 100 | Nor ~(say they) does it follow that a man not having charity 432 2, 102 | wisdom": whence it seems to follow that whatever is ~acceptable 433 2, 103 | Para. 3/3~We must therefore follow the third opinion, and hold 434 2, 104 | faith: because it would follow that the ~former state of 435 2, 106 | Consequently it does not follow that there is respect of ~ 436 2, 106 | this sense ~the words that follow - "and then shall the consummation 437 2, 108 | the words: "And [let him] follow Me." For we follow ~Him 438 2, 108 | him] follow Me." For we follow ~Him not only by imitating 439 2, 108 | My voice . . . and ~they follow Me."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 440 2, 110 | is false; since it would follow that every soul would be 441 2, 110 | Consequently it does not follow that, if the essence of 442 2, 111 | 22:6: ~"Thy mercy will follow me." Therefore grace is 443 2, 111 | which can precede and follow another; and thus grace 444 2, 111 | sanctifying ~grace, it would follow that the gratuitous grace 445 2, 112 | disposition can make grace follow of necessity?~(4) Whether 446 2, 113 | thing may precede and some ~follow.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 447 2, 114 | ordination, it does not follow that God is ~made our debtor 448 2, 114 | charity or ~grace, it would follow that, when his grace has 449 2, 114 | unto Him." Hence it would follow ~that grace or charity is 450 2, 1 | consecrated, it does not follow that anything false ~comes 451 2, 1 | believed; hence it does not follow that ~these things are seen.~ 452 2, 1 | of those articles which follow from these are contained ~ 453 2, 4 | needs to be well disposed to follow the command of the ~will, 454 2, 4 | well disposed in ~order to follow the command of reason; hence 455 2, 4 | conclusion which does not follow, of necessity, from its ~ 456 2, 4 | foundation: ~and yet it does not follow that charity precedes faith.~ 457 2, 5 | faith, is not prepared to follow the teaching of the Church 458 2, 8 | will is weak ~and slow to follow." But in all who have sanctifying 459 2, 10 | Para. 2/2~Hence it does not follow that they sin in everything 460 2, 10 | errors, it would seem to follow that ~there is an infinite 461 2, 10 | unbelief, because ~unbelievers follow many false opinions.~Aquin.: 462 2, 12 | pertained to unbelief, it would ~follow that it is a determinate 463 2, 12 | that all the ~sins which follow, are mortal, but that whereas 464 2, 15 | without faith. The words which follow - "believe Him" - must ~ 465 2, 15 | said, while the ~words that follow - "and thou shalt tell them 466 2, 16 | wherefore it is proper to it to follow the mean as ~regards its 467 2, 16 | to its proper object, to follow the mean, although this 468 2, 16 | suffices for it to accompany or follow it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] 469 2, 18 | origin of fear, it does not ~follow that the fear of God is 470 2, 18 | pride. Yet it does not follow that it is the same as the 471 2, 18 | be subject) it does not follow that there is none in the 472 2, 18 | fear," whence it seems to follow that it belongs to fear 473 2, 21 | conclusions also are given which follow from them ~proximately or 474 2, 22 | A[1]): so that it would ~follow that to love is not a voluntary 475 2, 22 | virtues, since it would follow that ~the other virtues 476 2, 23 | increase indefinitely, it would follow ~that the charity of the 477 2, 23 | were already perfect; but I follow after, if I may, ~by any 478 2, 23 | For this it seems to ~follow that, on the contrary, what 479 2, 23 | all things, and always to follow the rule of His ~commandments; 480 2, 25 | not?" Whence it seems ~to follow that the more a thing is 481 2, 25 | love it. Hence it does not follow that what is more visible 482 2, 25 | thyself." Whence it seems to ~follow that man's love for himself 483 2, 25 | to ~himself, it does not follow that a man is bound to love 484 2, 25 | love them. Yet it does not follow that we ~love all who have 485 2, 26 | other acts or effects which follow ~from that act.~Aquin.: 486 2, 26 | cannot be loved, it does not follow ~that the order of knowledge 487 2, 26 | because the two arguments that follow consider the reason ~for 488 2, 26 | virtue. Therefore it does not follow that whatever is ~more difficult 489 2, 27 | and that desire and joy follow from ~it. Hence the same 490 2, 28 | uniformly from an agent, follow one from the other, they 491 2, 30 | give an alms. Nor does it ~follow that he is worse off than 492 2, 30 | all at once in order to follow ~Christ, and being freed 493 2, 30 | regard to the words that follow, "and you burdened," they 494 2, 31 | charitably, it does not follow that he thinks himself any 495 2, 31 | charity, we should above all follow the example of God, ~according 496 2, 34 | pretext, but those which follow them provoke the soul to 497 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 2: It does not follow from the passage quoted 498 2, 36 | contention. Hence it does not follow that contention arises ~ 499 2, 38 | Dt. 16:20): "Thou shalt follow justly after that which 500 2, 42 | about peace (Heb. 12:14): "Follow peace with all men" - about ~


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