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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | must be prepared by some disposition above its nature; as, for 2 1, 12 | must be prepared by some ~disposition for such a form. But when 3 1, 12 | that some supernatural ~disposition should be added to the intellect 4 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The disposition to the form of fire can 5 1, 14 | only, but by the different disposition of the diaphanous ~medium 6 1, 14 | which is known" ~implied any disposition inherent to the subject; 7 1, 16 | that there is the ~same disposition of things in being and in 8 1, 18 | in accordance with the ~disposition of their nature, but not 9 1, 18 | recede from their natural disposition. Heavy and light bodies 10 1, 19 | the knowledge or in the disposition of the substance of the ~ 11 1, 22 | disposeth all things": which disposition may refer either to the 12 1, 22 | is called providence and disposition; and the ~execution of order, 13 1, 23 | which is reduced to the disposition ~of the matter. Thus we 14 1, 24 | in it according to the ~disposition of that thing. But the book 15 1, 25 | in accordance with ~the disposition of its will.~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 28 | substance, and quality is the disposition of ~substance. But the true 17 1, 41 | anything be changed from its disposition by ~movement evidently arises 18 1, 47 | either of merits or ~of the disposition of the matter; but inequality 19 1, 49 | from its natural and due disposition can come only ~from some 20 1, 49 | drawing it out of its proper disposition. For a heavy ~thing is not 21 1, 53 | the whole time in some (disposition), for ~instance, in whiteness, 22 1, 53 | is not to be in the same disposition in ~every instant of that 23 1, 66 | preserving due order in the ~disposition of creatures by developing 24 1, 76 | sense ~according to the disposition which it has outside the 25 1, 76 | the mixture is the proper disposition for the substantial form ~ 26 1, 76 | follows by force of the first disposition. ~The artisan, for instance, 27 1, 76 | impossible ~for any accidental disposition to come between the body 28 1, 76 | of the ~removal of that disposition by which the body is disposed 29 1, 41 | anything be changed from its disposition by ~movement evidently arises 30 1, 48 | either of merits or ~of the disposition of the matter; but inequality 31 1, 50 | from its natural and due disposition can come only ~from some 32 1, 50 | drawing it out of its proper disposition. For a heavy ~thing is not 33 1, 54 | the whole time in some (disposition), for ~instance, in whiteness, 34 1, 54 | is not to be in the same disposition in ~every instant of that 35 1, 67 | preserving due order in the ~disposition of creatures by developing 36 1, 75 | sense ~according to the disposition which it has outside the 37 1, 75 | the mixture is the proper disposition for the substantial form ~ 38 1, 75 | follows by force of the first disposition. ~The artisan, for instance, 39 1, 75 | impossible ~for any accidental disposition to come between the body 40 1, 75 | of the ~removal of that disposition by which the body is disposed 41 1, 77 | but only ~for the proper disposition of the organ. The lowest 42 1, 77 | deprived of their natural disposition, ~they do not move in obedience 43 1, 78 | does not pre-exist, the disposition of the ~recipient has nothing 44 1, 78 | of phantasms, ~the good disposition of the sensitive powers, 45 1, 82 | of such a temperament or disposition due to any impression whatever ~ 46 1, 82 | him, ~because from such a disposition a man is inclined to choose 47 1, 84 | plain that the better the disposition of a body, the better the ~ 48 1, 84 | men have bodies ~of better disposition, their souls have a greater 49 1, 84 | memorative ~powers are of better disposition, are better disposed to 50 1, 84 | due only to the different ~disposition of matter, causes not a 51 1, 86 | but as on account of a disposition or form whereby the subject ~ 52 1, 88 | natural aptitude, or by the disposition of the Divine ~order; because 53 1, 90 | it was produced;~(3) The disposition it received in its production;~( 54 1, 90 | of man was given an apt disposition?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 55 1, 90 | man was not given an apt ~disposition. For since man is the noblest 56 1, 90 | give to ~his work the best disposition; not absolutely the best, 57 1, 90 | natural ~being the best disposition; not absolutely so, but 58 1, 90 | the ~human body in that disposition which was best, as most 59 1, 90 | If defect exists in the disposition of the ~human body, it is 60 1, 90 | brute animals have a middle disposition, for the ~superior part 61 1, 92 | them, if we consider their disposition. Likewise ~as the uncreated 62 1, 94 | passions which alter the disposition of nature, as will be ~explained 63 1, 96 | yet it has an inherent ~disposition which preserves it wholly 64 1, 96 | changed from its ~natural disposition. For passion is the effect 65 1, 96 | another from its natural disposition. Secondly, "passion" can 66 1, 96 | remove from man his natural disposition, but ~are ordered to his 67 1, 96 | and not on any intrinsic disposition of ~the body: so that by 68 1, 96 | efficiency as to give the body a disposition to immortality, ~whereby 69 1, 101 | not because his body had a disposition to incorruptibility, but ~ 70 1, 103 | acquiring a new form, or disposition, except by virtue of some ~ 71 1, 103 | after causing the form or disposition in the effect, without any 72 1, 103 | cause preserves that form or disposition; as in ~the air, when it 73 1, 107 | one belongs the universal disposition of what is ~to be done; 74 1, 107 | the application of this disposition ~to the effect, which is 75 1, 107 | of common government or disposition - the "Dominations," ~"Virtues," 76 1, 107 | we can understand ~the disposition in the orders of the first 77 1, 107 | hierarchy, to which belongs the disposition of the Divine ministrations. ~ 78 1, 107 | A[6] Body Para. 7/7~The disposition of the orders which is mentioned 79 1, 107 | arranged ~according to the disposition of those things in which 80 1, 108 | prelate. So the very natural ~disposition of the demons requires that 81 1, 111 | administration, but only disposition and command in administering. 82 1, 113 | among men; but the ~inward disposition of man God alone knows, 83 1, 113 | Prov. 16:2). It is this disposition that makes man more prone ~ 84 1, 113 | to explore ~this inward disposition of man, so that he may tempt 85 1, 113 | agent is the cause of a ~disposition to a certain effect, it 86 1, 114 | requires a determinate disposition in matter, both as to local 87 1, 114 | temperature or other such disposition, can hinder ~the effect 88 1, 115 | defines fate thus: "Fate is a disposition inherent to ~changeable 89 1, 115 | is nothing else than "a disposition of ~the stars under which 90 1, 115 | Consol. iv): "Fate is a disposition ~inherent to changeable 91 1, 115 | essentially fate is the very ~disposition or "series," i.e. order, 92 1, 115 | OBJ 3: Fate is called a disposition, not that disposition which 93 1, 115 | a disposition, not that disposition which is ~a species of quality, 94 1, 115 | is moved." But fate is a "disposition inherent to ~changeable 95 1, 115 | fate is an ~unchangeable disposition.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 96 1, 115 | 1/4~I answer that, The disposition of second causes which we 97 1, 115 | Consol. iv) that fate "is a ~disposition inherent to changeable things." 98 1, 117 | agents extend only to ~some disposition of matter: thus in the generation 99 1, 118 | together with ~its natural disposition. But if we consider flesh 100 2, 3 | happiness, as a ~necessary disposition thereto. And a good will 101 2, 4 | goods. Therefore no perfect disposition of the body is necessary 102 2, 4 | above (A[5]). Therefore no disposition of the body is ~necessary 103 2, 4 | Therefore, in no way is a disposition of the body ~necessary for 104 2, 4 | a herb." Therefore good disposition of the body is ~necessary 105 2, 4 | have maintained that no ~disposition of body is necessary for 106 2, 4 | we must say that perfect disposition of the body is ~necessary, 107 2, 5 | everything, that can cause the ~disposition of matter, can produce the 108 2, 5 | last end, by ~causing a disposition thereto: thus to the art 109 2, 5 | acting, neither matter, nor disposition of matter, but ~can forthwith 110 2, 5 | creatures without any previous disposition or action on the ~part of 111 2, 5 | end, just as the right disposition of matter, in order to receive 112 2, 5 | forthwith, without any previous disposition or operation of the creature; ~ 113 2, 6 | matter ~or subject to such a disposition. In like manner when the 114 2, 6 | contrary to their natural ~disposition. For this is violent in 115 2, 9 | is changed to a certain disposition. Wherefore according as 116 2, 9 | heavenly body, in so far as the disposition ~suitable to a particular 117 2, 10 | in a certain determinate disposition. But God's will, ~which 118 2, 17 | the soul, but also on the disposition of that ~corporeal organ: 119 2, 17 | appetitive power, but also on the disposition of the body. ~Aquin.: SMT 120 2, 17 | other hand, ~condition or disposition of the body is not subject 121 2, 17 | not to lust, is due to a ~disposition of the body, whereby the 122 2, 18 | 1/2~I answer that, The disposition of things as to goodness 123 2, 18 | goodness is the same as ~their disposition as to being. Now in some 124 2, 18 | even temper and prodigal ~disposition are not evil; and yet it 125 2, 22 | which ~affects their natural disposition; for instance, when they 126 2, 28 | hardening of the heart ~is a disposition incompatible with love: 127 2, 33 | wit, man returns to that ~disposition, in which he was when he 128 2, 33 | he be changed from that disposition, the memory of that ~pleasure 129 2, 34 | suitable to him by reason of a disposition in which he is now, which ~ 130 2, 34 | which he is now, which ~disposition, however, is not natural: 131 2, 35 | sorrow the subject has a disposition ~contrary to the disposition 132 2, 35 | disposition ~contrary to the disposition of the subject of pleasure: 133 2, 38 | consequently, on the part of the disposition of the subject, any sorrow 134 2, 38 | according to his actual disposition, is always pleasant ~to 135 2, 38 | rather than to the ~interior disposition of the heart. Therefore 136 2, 38 | Reply OBJ 1: The normal disposition of the body, so far as it 137 2, 38 | Reply OBJ 3: Every good disposition of the body reacts somewhat 138 2, 43 | cause, or by way of material disposition. Thus the object of ~pleasure 139 2, 43 | cause by way of ~material disposition, is a habit or any sort 140 2, 43 | is a habit or any sort of disposition by reason of ~which this 141 2, 43 | object, by way of material disposition. And ~thus it is that love 142 2, 43 | fear by way of material ~disposition, as stated above. ~(tm)Aquin.: 143 2, 43 | is by way of a material disposition, on the part of him that ~ 144 2, 46 | individual temperament. Because disposition to anger is due to a ~bilious 145 2, 46 | says (Ethic. vii, 6) that a disposition to anger is more ~liable 146 2, 46 | parent to child, than a disposition to ~desire.~Aquin.: SMT 147 2, 46 | approaches to an extreme disposition, are ~naturally disposed 148 2, 46 | whereas hatred ensues from a disposition in a man, by reason ~of 149 2, 46 | is more transitory than disposition or ~habit, so anger is less 150 2, 46 | passion ensuing from this disposition. Hence the Philosopher says ( 151 2, 46 | as disagreeing with our disposition; and this may refer to a ~ 152 2, 47 | considered ~on the part of the disposition produced in him by the motive 153 2, 49 | Further, "every habit is a disposition," as is stated in the Book ~ 154 2, 49 | Predicaments (Categor. vi). Now disposition is "the order of that ~which 155 2, 49 | text. 25) that "habit is a disposition ~whereby that which is disposed 156 2, 49 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Disposition does always, indeed, imply 157 2, 49 | it is a quality, is ~"a disposition whereby that which is disposed 158 2, 49 | health. Therefore habit or disposition is not distinct from ~the 159 2, 49 | of quality is habit and disposition."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 160 2, 49 | Predicaments (Categor. vi) ~reckons disposition and habit as the first species 161 2, 49 | quality, ~which is habit and disposition: for the Philosopher says ( 162 2, 49 | text. 25) defines habit, a "disposition ~whereby someone is disposed, 163 2, 49 | 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Disposition implies a certain order, 164 2, 49 | species of quality, but from ~disposition. Now disposition may be 165 2, 49 | but from ~disposition. Now disposition may be taken in two ways; 166 2, 49 | the ~genus of habit, for disposition is included in the definition 167 2, 49 | divided against ~habit. Again, disposition, properly so called, can 168 2, 49 | species; and thus we call it a disposition, retaining the name of the ~ 169 2, 49 | lost easily. ~And thus a disposition becomes a habit, just as 170 2, 49 | virtues. And in this sense, disposition does not become habit. The ~ 171 2, 49 | lastingness: while the word "disposition" does not.~Aquin.: SMT FS 172 2, 49 | power. And so habit ~and disposition will not be the first species 173 2, 49 | definition of habit, that it is a disposition whereby that which is ~disposed, 174 2, 49 | be a habit, or a habitual disposition, in ~relation to nature, 175 2, 49 | 2],3), habit implies a ~disposition in relation to a thing's 176 2, 49 | end, ~by reason of which disposition a thing is well or ill disposed 177 2, 49 | find no room for habit and disposition, as is clearly the case 178 2, 49 | there we find no ~room for disposition and habit: for such a subject 179 2, 49 | there is ~no need for disposition or habit in respect of the 180 2, 49 | 24,25) that "habit is a disposition": and ~disposition is "the 181 2, 49 | is a disposition": and ~disposition is "the order of that which 182 2, 49 | regard to the form by some disposition. ~But the form itself is 183 2, 49 | fixed ~operation, no further disposition, besides the form itself, 184 2, 50 | change. Therefore no bodily disposition can be a ~habit.~Aquin.: 185 2, 50 | AA[2] seqq.), habit is a ~disposition of a subject which is in 186 2, 50 | so far as habit implies disposition to ~operation, no habit 187 2, 50 | many things that a habitual disposition is required. As ~to the 188 2, 50 | however, we speak of the disposition of the subject to form, 189 2, 50 | to form, thus a ~habitual disposition can be in the body, which 190 2, 50 | the sense of habit as a disposition ~to operation, and of those 191 2, 50 | or passion-like quality, disposition and habit, differ in bodies ~ 192 2, 50 | something else, then it is a disposition; and if it goes so far ~ 193 2, 50 | will be ~a habit: so that disposition would be a certain intensity 194 2, 50 | and habit an intensity or disposition. But ~Simplicius disapproves 195 2, 50 | nature, implies the notion of disposition: and so, when a ~change 196 2, 50 | habit implies a ~certain disposition in relation to nature or 197 2, 50 | regarded in this way, habit or ~disposition is rather to be found in 198 2, 50 | according as it implies a ~disposition to nature: whereas power 199 2, 50 | fixed acts, according to the disposition of their nature, just as 200 2, 50 | OBJ 3: Further, habit is a disposition whereby we are well or ill ~ 201 2, 50 | intellect is ~due to some disposition of the body: wherefore also 202 2, 50 | cogent. For habit is not a disposition of the object to ~the power, 203 2, 50 | the power, but rather a disposition of the power to the object: 204 2, 50 | therefore it is by the good ~disposition of these powers, to which 205 2, 50 | powers, to which the good disposition of the body ~cooperates, 206 2, 50 | OBJ 3: Further, habit is a disposition (Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~ 207 2, 50 | Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~disposition, as is said in the same 208 2, 51 | if we speak of habit as a disposition of the subject in ~relation 209 2, 51 | there is a certain natural disposition demanded by the human ~species, 210 2, 51 | be without it. And this disposition is ~natural in respect of 211 2, 51 | nature. But since such a disposition ~has a certain latitude, 212 2, 51 | different grades of this ~disposition are becoming to different 213 2, 51 | individual ~nature. And this disposition may be either entirely from 214 2, 51 | But the habit which is a disposition to operation, and whose 215 2, 51 | far as one man, from the disposition of his ~organs of sense, 216 2, 52 | according as ~it has a disposition suitable to an animal's 217 2, 52 | dispositions may be suitable; which disposition is therefore variable as ~ 218 2, 52 | from custom. For habit and disposition do not give species to the ~ 219 2, 54 | body, ~according to their disposition in respect of human nature, 220 2, 54 | nature, we have the ~habit or disposition of health: while, if we 221 2, 54 | nerves, bones, and flesh, the disposition of these in respect of nature ~ 222 2, 54 | hands, ~feet, and so on, the disposition of these in proportion to 223 2, 54 | boundary of a power, but ~the disposition of a power to an act as 224 2, 54 | ordained. Now a habit ~is a disposition implying a twofold order: 225 2, 54 | difficultly changeable ~disposition; and also to the fact that 226 2, 55 | 17) that virtue ~"is the disposition of a perfect thing to that 227 2, 55 | of action follows on the disposition of the agent: for ~such 228 2, 55 | virtue some corresponding disposition. Now virtue ~causes an ordered 229 2, 55 | virtue itself is an ordered ~disposition of the soul, in so far as, 230 2, 55 | inasmuch as it is a suitable disposition of the soul, is like ~health 231 2, 56 | diffusion, or by way of a disposition, in so far as one ~power 232 2, 56 | powers. And since the good disposition of the power which moves 233 2, 56 | soul, is due ~to the good disposition of these powers. And therefore 234 2, 58 | It does not depend on the disposition of our appetite ~whether 235 2, 61 | matters; temperance, a ~disposition of the mind, moderating 236 2, 61 | bounds; and fortitude, a disposition whereby the soul is ~strengthened 237 2, 62 | text. 17, "virtue is the disposition of a perfect ~thing to that 238 2, 63 | so far as by reason of a disposition in the body, ~some are disposed 239 2, 63 | body, according ~to the disposition of which these powers are 240 2, 63 | that, ~owing to the natural disposition which the body has from 241 2, 66 | habituation, or a better natural disposition, ~or a more discerning judgment 242 2, 66 | because virtue is "the disposition of a perfect thing to that ~ 243 2, 66 | to wit, that one is a ~disposition to the other.~ 244 2, 68 | as such, consists in a ~disposition whereby it is disposed to 245 2, 68 | more perfect must be the disposition ~whereby the mobile is made 246 2, 68 | disciple needs a more perfect disposition in order to receive a higher ~ 247 2, 68 | the more excellent the disposition whereby the thing ~moved 248 2, 68 | order ~of generation or disposition: thus love of one's neighbor 249 2, 69 | a ~preparation for, or a disposition to future happiness; and 250 2, 69 | kind of preparation for, or disposition to happiness, ~either perfect 251 2, 69 | of the active life is a disposition of future ~beatitude; and 252 2, 70 | itself when it has ~a good disposition towards good things and 253 2, 70 | evil things. Now the ~first disposition of the human mind towards 254 2, 70 | things the mind has a good disposition, in ~respect of two things. 255 2, 71 | vice ~applies also to undue disposition of bodily members or of 256 2, 71 | Virtue implies "directly" a disposition whereby the subject ~is 257 2, 71 | text. 17) that "virtue is a disposition of a ~perfect thing to that 258 2, 71 | action; but also the due disposition of its subject. The reason 259 2, 74 | Further, venial sin is a disposition to mortal sin. Now ~disposition 260 2, 74 | disposition to mortal sin. Now ~disposition and habit are in the same 261 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A disposition may be related in three 262 2, 74 | thus inchoate science is a disposition to perfect science: ~sometimes 263 2, 74 | same thing; thus heat ~is a disposition to the form of fire: sometimes 264 2, 74 | of the imagination is a disposition to science which is in ~ 265 2, 74 | the sensuality, may ~be a disposition to mortal sin, which is 266 2, 77 | of the taste follows the ~disposition of the tongue: for which 267 2, 78 | through his having a corrupt ~disposition inclining him to evil, so 268 2, 78 | that, in respect of that ~disposition, some evil is, as it were, 269 2, 78 | it. Moreover this corrupt disposition is either a ~habit acquired 270 2, 81 | motion ~of the semen is a disposition to the transmission of the 271 2, 81 | individual pertaining to natural disposition, are transmitted to the ~ 272 2, 82 | second kind of habit is the disposition of a complex nature, ~whereby 273 2, 82 | something, chiefly when ~such a disposition has become like a second 274 2, 82 | For it is an ~inordinate disposition, arising from the destruction 275 2, 82 | sickness is an ~inordinate disposition of the body, by reason of 276 2, 82 | besides this, the inordinate disposition of the parts of the soul. ~ 277 2, 82 | nature, is an inordinate disposition of nature, and ~has the 278 2, 82 | 1]). Now this inordinate disposition of ~nature is a kind of 279 2, 82 | whereas the inordinate disposition of an act ~is not: and for 280 2, 82 | Because in every inordinate ~disposition, unity of species depends 281 2, 82 | the cause of this ~corrupt disposition that is called original 282 2, 82 | original sin is an inordinate disposition of the soul, ~just as sickness 283 2, 82 | sickness is an inordinate disposition of the body. But sickness ~ 284 2, 83 | except in ~respect of remote disposition, in so far as the concupiscible 285 2, 85 | results from the natural disposition of ~iron, nor does the workman 286 2, 85 | he could: wherefore this disposition of matter is not ~adapted 287 2, 86 | it can only ~be either a disposition or a habit: for it seems 288 2, 86 | an act. But it is neither disposition nor habit: for it happens ~ 289 2, 86 | even after the removal of a disposition or habit; ~for instance, 290 2, 86 | the soul except ~habit or disposition. But the stain is not a 291 2, 86 | stain is not a habit or disposition, as ~stated above (A[1], 292 2, 86 | act of sin, ~except the disposition or habit; but there does 293 2, 88 | Whether venial sin is a disposition to mortal sin?~(4) Whether 294 2, 88 | objects, but also from some disposition of ~the agent, as stated 295 2, 88 | Whether venial sin is a disposition to mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT 296 2, 88 | that venial sin is not a disposition to mortal sin. ~For one 297 2, 88 | Therefore venial sin is not a disposition to mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 298 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A disposition is a kind of cause; wherefore 299 2, 88 | there a twofold manner of disposition. ~For there is a cause which 300 2, 88 | of the agent: because the disposition or habit may be so far strengthened ~ 301 2, 88 | Wherefore ~an accident can be a disposition to a substantial form, so 302 2, 88 | work is not, of itself, a disposition to mortal sin; ~but it can 303 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a disposition may become a habit. Now 304 2, 88 | habit. Now venial sin is a ~disposition to mortal, as stated (A[ 305 2, 88 | two different manners of disposition, whereby venial sin ~disposes 306 2, 88 | an act, but an abiding ~disposition; wherefore, while remaining 307 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A disposition that becomes a habit, is 308 2, 88 | other hand, venial sin is a disposition to ~something differing 309 2, 89 | resulting from the inward disposition of the members and colors, 310 2, 89 | original sin ~alone. For disposition precedes habit. Now venial 311 2, 89 | habit. Now venial sin is a disposition to ~mortal sin, as stated 312 2, 89 | necessary, ~but as a contingent disposition, just as work sometimes 313 2, 94 | or evil habit, or an evil disposition of nature; ~thus formerly, 314 2, 95 | virtue, by their good natural disposition, or by custom, or ~rather 315 2, 96 | to an interior habit or disposition: since the same thing ~is 316 2, 98 | Secondly, as a kind of disposition, since by withdrawing ~men 317 2, 98 | thing it is, which gives ~a disposition to the end, and which brings 318 2, 98 | received the Law by the disposition of ~angels."~Aquin.: SMT 319 2, 100 | denote a sign of justice or a disposition thereto. If justice be taken 320 2, 102 | thus the reason for the disposition of a ~saw is taken from 321 2, 102 | excellence; or point out the ~disposition of mind which was then required 322 2, 102 | was that they ~denoted the disposition of the terrestrial globe; 323 2, 108 | inexpedient, because their disposition is not ~inclined to such 324 2, 109 | since every form requires a disposition in that ~which is to be 325 2, 110 | species which is "habit" or "disposition." Now habits of the mind ~ 326 2, 110 | text. 17), "virtue is ~disposition of what is perfect - and 327 2, 110 | virtue, but is a certain disposition which is ~presupposed to 328 2, 112 | of grace?~(2) Whether any disposition towards grace is needed 329 2, 112 | free-will?~(3) Whether such a disposition can make grace follow of 330 2, 112 | Whether any preparation and disposition for grace is required on 331 2, 112 | seem that no preparation or disposition for grace is ~required on 332 2, 112 | infinite power needs no disposition in ~matter, since it does 333 2, 112 | power needs no matter or disposition ~of matter, brought about 334 2, 112 | both the matter and the due disposition for the form. So ~likewise, 335 2, 112 | not necessarily ensue ~the disposition of the matter, except by 336 2, 112 | the agent that ~causes the disposition.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 337 2, 113 | of order in the interior disposition of a man, in so far as ~ 338 2, 113 | to the reason; and this ~disposition the Philosopher calls "justice 339 2, 113 | into the soul, needs no ~disposition, save what He Himself has 340 2, 113 | sometimes this sufficient ~disposition for the reception of grace 341 2, 113 | sought on the part of the ~disposition of the matter or subject, 342 2, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the disposition naturally precedes the form 343 2, 113 | free-will's movement is a disposition for the reception ~of grace. 344 2, 113 | is ~naturally first; the disposition of the matter, or the movement 345 2, 113 | A[6]); the movement or disposition of the ~moved is the free-will' 346 2, 113 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The disposition of the subject precedes 347 2, 2 | compared to charity as the ~disposition which precedes the ultimate 348 2, 2 | form, nor can a ~preceding disposition, before the advent of the 349 2, 2 | subject and the preceding disposition act by ~virtue of the form, 350 2, 4 | to ~opposite objects, a disposition to act well is a habit, 351 2, 4 | namely on account of the ~disposition of the subject, that grace 352 2, 4 | relatively, with respect to a disposition on the part of the subject, 353 2, 6 | form, but also a contrary disposition, wherefore deformity is 354 2, 8 | One is a preamble and a disposition to seeing ~God, and consists 355 2, 12 | member and part loses its due disposition, so when the life of ~justice, 356 2, 16 | Further, "virtue is the disposition of a perfect thing" (Phys. ~ 357 2, 16 | 17,18). But hope is the disposition of an imperfect thing, of ~ 358 2, 19 | account of some particular ~disposition, there is no hope of the 359 2, 22 | 17) that "virtue is the disposition of ~a perfect thing to that 360 2, 23 | gifts to ~each one, is a disposition or previous preparation 361 2, 23 | Ghost forestalls even this disposition ~or effort, by moving man' 362 2, 23 | savors according to its disposition, even so does the human 363 2, 23 | according to its habitual disposition. Hence the ~Philosopher 364 2, 25 | its ~speed arises from the disposition of the thing moved and the 365 2, 26 | material, to which a material disposition also is to be reduced, though ~ 366 2, 26 | father; and in respect of the disposition which ~is reducible to the 367 2, 26 | charity by way of a certain ~disposition, as was shown above (Q[17], 368 2, 28 | praiseworthy and come from the same disposition of character" ~(Rhet. ii, 369 2, 31 | to be done. And since the disposition of ~whatever is directed 370 2, 45 | mean is ~found by the right disposition of these things that are 371 2, 45 | of the many. For the good disposition of parts depends on their ~ 372 2, 45 | by reason ~of his natural disposition, one man has a greater aptitude 373 2, 45 | only because their ~natural disposition calms the movement of the 374 2, 47 | some through their natural disposition. Therefore it is not a part 375 2, 47 | so ~shrewdness is an apt disposition to acquire a right estimate 376 2, 48 | of detail ~concerning the disposition of their household, but 377 2, 49 | good ~counsel" or rather "a disposition to take good counsel." Hence 378 2, 49 | which ~seems to be due to a disposition of their power of imagination, 379 2, 49 | chiefly from a defective disposition of the common sense which 380 2, 49 | this is due to the right disposition of the apprehensive power. 381 2, 49 | indirectly, through ~the good disposition of the appetitive power, 382 2, 50 | by ~God. First, that the disposition of that which is moved, 383 2, 50 | is being moved from its disposition when it is in the term of 384 2, 58 | define. The ~other is the disposition of the one who judges, on 385 2, 63 | and retains its natural disposition, it ~cannot be cut off without 386 2, 72 | OBJ 2: A good name is a disposition for friendship, and a bad 387 2, 72 | friendship, and a bad name ~is a disposition for enmity. But a disposition 388 2, 72 | disposition for enmity. But a disposition falls short of the thing ~ 389 2, 72 | anything that leads to a disposition ~for enmity is a less grievous 390 2, 81 | necessity; yet they deemed the ~disposition of Divine providence to 391 2, 81 | the part of ~the Divine disposition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 392 2, 81 | they may change the ~Divine disposition, but that by those actions 393 2, 81 | the order of the Divine disposition: and the same is ~to be 394 2, 81 | we may change the Divine disposition, but that we may ~impetrate 395 2, 81 | praying is, not Divine ~disposition, we may change the Divine 396 2, 81 | we may change the Divine disposition, but that, by our ~prayers, 397 2, 86 | however, through a natural disposition which is not subject to 398 2, 87 | issues from God's infallible disposition. ~Thus too God is sometimes 399 2, 89 | rather than create a good disposition within it. In the Old ~Testament 400 2, 93 | take observations in the disposition of ~certain things. If one 401 2, 93 | merely an observation of the disposition or ~movement of some other 402 2, 93 | foretells death from the disposition of the disease. Now the 403 2, 93 | body: because the inward ~disposition of the body leads to the 404 2, 93 | imagination consistent with that disposition; thus a man in whom there 405 2, 93 | sleeper, in keeping ~with the disposition of the heavenly bodies. 406 2, 93 | soul is ~subject to the disposition of surrounding bodies, and 407 2, 93 | omen are not subject to the disposition of the stars, ~yet are they 408 2, 103 | since venial ~sin is a disposition to mortal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 409 2, 104 | the favor ~received or the disposition of the giver?~(6) Whether 410 2, 104 | It is the mark of a happy disposition to see good rather ~than 411 2, 104 | look at the benefactor's disposition ~or at the deed?~Aquin.: 412 2, 104 | look at the ~benefactor's disposition but at the deed. For repayment 413 2, 104 | the deed rather than ~the disposition of the benefactor.~Aquin.: 414 2, 104 | alone ~knows the interior disposition. Therefore it is impossible 415 2, 104 | according to the benefactor's disposition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 416 2, 104 | regard for the choice or disposition of the ~giver, since this 417 2, 104 | gratis, and this regards the disposition of the giver, it ~follows 418 2, 104 | favor depends more on the disposition ~of the giver than on the 419 2, 104 | deed or gift, ~but in the disposition of the giver or doer." ~ 420 2, 104 | 3: God alone sees man's disposition in itself: but in so far ~ 421 2, 104 | thus that a ~benefactor's disposition is known by the way in which 422 2, 104 | favors we ~must consider the disposition rather than the deed. Accordingly, 423 2, 108 | but for a certain virtuous disposition, seeing that it ~was owing 424 2, 108 | for which their virtuous disposition is ~commended. For this 425 2, 127 | or by way of a proximate disposition thereto. Thus it is ~possible 426 2, 130 | but also because it is a disposition to grave ~sins, in so far 427 2, 131 | either ~from a good natural disposition, or from science, or from 428 2, 132 | in respect of a proximate disposition thereto, as explained ~above ( 429 2, 136 | another way, by natural ~disposition, because, to wit, his mind 430 2, 139 | temperance from a certain natural disposition, in so far as ~certain imperfect 431 2, 142 | into its essence, but as a disposition to it: wherefore Ambrose ~ 432 2, 145 | were as yet of a ~weakly disposition, wherefore they are compared 433 2, 151 | as this depends on the disposition of the body; ~what matters 434 2, 152 | on account of its good ~disposition." Thus it is evident that 435 2, 153 | subject have a different disposition from that which it has while ~ 436 2, 153 | concupiscible has the same ~disposition in one who is continent 437 2, 153 | the reason has the same disposition in both, since both the ~ 438 2, 154 | it is owing to ~a bodily disposition that vehement passions can 439 2, 154 | whereas a habit is "a disposition difficult to remove," the 440 2, 154 | results from the natural disposition of the body is deemed ~more 441 2, 155 | moderation of a man's inward disposition, so that he does not ~exercise 442 2, 155 | from a certain sweetness of disposition, whereby ~a man recoils 443 2, 155 | the mind lapsing ~from the disposition due to the human species. 444 2, 159 | Further, virtue is "the disposition of that which is perfect" ~( 445 2, 159 | humility is, as it were, a disposition to man's untrammeled access ~ 446 2, 159 | perfection is greater than ~disposition, so charity, and other virtues 447 2, 159 | bear to God. Now the inward disposition of humility leads to ~certain 448 2, 162 | there been no sin: for the disposition of the female sex is such 449 2, 165 | things that are, to know ~the disposition of the whole world, and 450 2, 166 | are signs of the inward disposition, ~according to Ecclus. 19: 451 2, 166 | Although it is from natural disposition that a man is ~inclined 452 2, 166 | indications of the ~inward disposition, and this regards chiefly 453 2, 166 | are signs of our inward disposition, their moderation belongs ~ 454 2, 166 | agree with one's inward disposition. Nevertheless it behooves 455 2, 169 | live"; in other words, "The disposition of thy body ~has a tendency 456 2, 170 | angels?~(3) Whether a natural disposition is requisite for prophecy?~( 457 2, 170 | helped by their ~natural disposition, which depends on the perfection 458 2, 170 | Para. 1/1~Whether a natural disposition is requisite for prophecy?~ 459 2, 170 | would seem that a natural disposition is requisite for ~prophecy. 460 2, 170 | prophet according to the ~disposition of the recipient, since 461 2, 170 | recipient requires a natural disposition. Therefore prophecy ~requires 462 2, 170 | prophecy ~requires a natural disposition.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 463 2, 170 | therefore ~is a natural disposition requisite for the contemplation 464 2, 170 | seem that a good natural disposition is requisite for prophecy.~ 465 2, 170 | prophecy requires no previous disposition, but ~depends on the will 466 2, 170 | previous matter nor previous disposition of matter in His ~corporeal 467 2, 170 | bring into being ~matter and disposition and form, so neither does 468 2, 170 | does He require a previous ~disposition in His spiritual effects, 469 2, 170 | the same time the fitting disposition as ~requisite according 470 2, 170 | work without a previous disposition in matter. This ~cannot 471 2, 172 | is made according to ~the disposition of those to whom that which 472 2, 173 | soul to have a natural disposition to understand by turning 473 2, 178 | considering the order and disposition of sensible objects. The 474 2, 179 | contemplative life. Now disposition and perfection ~belong to 475 2, 179 | that the active life is a disposition ~to the contemplative life.~ 476 2, 180 | the order of generation, disposition ~precedes form, although 477 2, 181 | in reference to its own disposition in the point of a certain ~ 478 2, 182 | it lacks nothing in the ~disposition of its members and in such 479 2, 182 | regard to man's internal ~disposition we consider his spiritual 480 2, 183 | to the appointment and ~disposition of God, and in the second 481 2, 183 | professorial chair, and as disposition to perfection. Now the disposition ~ 482 2, 183 | disposition to perfection. Now the disposition ~is not voided at the advent 483 2, 183 | the ~episcopal dignity as disposition to perfection. Now the particular 484 2, 183 | the universal, whereas the disposition is still ~necessary when 485 2, 184 | religious, extends to the ~disposition of a man's whole life, and 486 2, 184 | vows. And venial sin is a disposition to mortal, as stated ~above ( 487 2, 185 | being ~a sign of a man's disposition or condition, because according 488 3, 6 | soul, because ~matter or disposition is prior to the completive 489 3, 6 | flesh, but there may be ~a disposition towards human flesh. Yet 490 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, disposition precedes perfection, if 491 3, 7 | habitual grace seems to be a disposition in ~human nature for the 492 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As disposition in the order of generation 493 3, 7 | obtained; as heat, which was a disposition to the form of fire, is 494 3, 9 | is no further need of the disposition, even ~as on reaching the 495 3, 9 | imperfect to ~perfect and as disposition to its term, it seems that 496 3, 9 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Disposition is referred to perfection 497 3, 13 | own body from its ~natural disposition, since the soul, of its 498 3, 13 | God's Word; and thus every disposition of ~His own body was wholly 499 3, 15 | appetite sprang from the disposition of the reason. ~Hence Augustine 500 3, 15 | in Christ, since ~by His disposition the movements that are naturally


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