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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | either has its necessity caused by ~another, or not. Now 2 1, 2 | which have their necessity caused by another, as has been 3 1, 3 | besides its essence must be ~caused either by the constituent 4 1, 3 | proper to a man - and is caused by the constituent principles ~ 5 1, 3 | exterior agent - as heat is caused in water ~by fire. Therefore, 6 1, 3 | this existence must be caused either by some exterior 7 1, 3 | thing's existence to be ~caused by its essential constituent 8 1, 3 | existence, if its existence is caused. ~Therefore that thing, 9 1, 3 | must have ~its existence caused by another. But this cannot 10 1, 3 | because such accidents are caused by the constituent ~principles 11 1, 3 | Now there can be nothing caused in God, since ~He is the 12 1, 3 | from God imitates Him, as caused things imitate ~the first 13 1, 3 | with the form of the thing caused, but only ~specifically: 14 1, 4 | cause and that which is ~caused." For, we say that a statue 15 1, 5 | causing, is last in the thing caused. Fire, e.g. heats first ~ 16 1, 5 | Hence in that ~which is caused the converse ought to take 17 1, 5 | mode, species and order are caused by weight, number and ~measure, 18 1, 6 | belongs to the essence of ~caused good; but good is in God 19 1, 8 | preserved in being; as light is caused in the air by the sun as ~ 20 1, 10 | apprehension of time is caused in ~us by the fact that 21 1, 10 | apprehension of eternity is caused in us by our apprehending 22 1, 12 | the similitude which is caused by ~participation of the 23 1, 12 | things, exceeding all things caused by Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 24 1, 12 | any way part of what is caused by Him; and that creatures 25 1, 14 | is a kind of ~knowledge caused by something else which 26 1, 14 | principles. ~But nothing is caused in God; therefore science 27 1, 14 | multitude and diversity are caused by the one universal principle, 28 1, 14 | diversity of colors is not caused ~by the light only, but 29 1, 14 | diversity of the lines is ~caused by their different position. 30 1, 14 | discursively from causes to things caused. Therefore it seems that 31 1, 14 | knowledge of the effects is caused in Him by the knowledge 32 1, 14 | of the thing known, or is caused by it. But the knowledge 33 1, 14 | cause of evil, ~nor is it caused by evil. Therefore God does 34 1, 15 | ideas are multiplied, are caused ~not by the things themselves, 35 1, 16 | truth of our intellect is caused by the thing, ~yet it is 36 1, 18 | and moving are ~themselves caused by God. In another sense 37 1, 19 | conclusion ~would not be caused by understanding the premisses, 38 1, 40 | which distinctions are caused by the ~material principles.~ 39 1, 44 | the relation of the thing caused to its cause does ~not appear 40 1, 44 | participation, must be ~caused in it by that to which it 41 1, 44 | more or less perfect, are caused by ~one First Being, Who 42 1, 44 | the ~definition of a thing caused, still it follows, as a 43 1, 44 | participation, it follows that it is caused. Hence such a being cannot 44 1, 44 | cannot be ~without being caused, just as man cannot be without 45 1, 44 | laughing. But, since to be caused does not enter into the 46 1, 44 | every imperfect thing is caused by one perfect. For the ~ 47 1, 45 | wood or brass, which are caused ~not by the action of art, 48 1, 45 | presupposed would not be caused by Him. Now ~it has been 49 1, 45 | because every divine effect is caused by ~every essential attribute - 50 1, 45 | Nom. ii) that all things caused ~are the common work of 51 1, 45 | the forms were given or caused by a separate ~agent by 52 1, 46 | which without doubt was caused by him who trod on it, so 53 1, 47 | and hence ~what can be caused only by creation is produced 54 1, 49 | we must know that evil is caused in the action ~otherwise 55 1, 49 | effect. In the action evil is caused by reason of ~the defect 56 1, 49 | the other hand, evil is caused in a thing, but not in the ~ 57 1, 49 | or of the matter. It is caused by reason of the power or 58 1, 49 | itself ~of an evil will is caused by the rational creature, 59 1, 49 | defect of action is always caused by the defect of the ~agent. 60 1, 49 | of ~action, or which is caused by defect of the agent, 61 1, 49 | in the act of limping is caused by the motive power, ~whereas 62 1, 49 | whatever defect is in it is not caused by God, but by the ~deficient 63 1, 49 | both because every evil is caused by good, as was shown above ~( 64 1, 50 | continuous, but that which is caused ~by distinction of forms; 65 1, 50 | not according as they are ~caused by the intensity or remissness 66 1, 50 | but according as they ~are caused by forms of diverse degrees; 67 1, 55 | an image, so that it is caused by such ~thing. All knowledge, 68 1, 55 | object understood, or else caused by it. Now the angel's ~ 69 1, 56 | above it, in so far as it is caused by it; and what is beneath ~ 70 1, 60 | and all other desires are caused by this natural desire; 71 1, 61 | exists by participation is caused by what ~exists essentially; 72 1, 61 | as everything ignited is caused by fire. Consequently ~the 73 1, 65 | produced something that is caused by a higher cause. But creation 74 1, 65 | Corporeal forms, ~therefore, are caused, not as emanations from 75 1, 67 | day and night were ~then caused by expansion and contraction 76 1, 75 | of ~an animal, which is caused by the soul. Therefore the 77 1, 75 | Further, all knowledge is caused by means of a likeness. 78 1, 76 | has another operation not caused by its elemental qualities. ~ 79 1, 76 | in the ~master. How it is caused will be shown later on ( 80 1, 77 | sense; but only what is not ~caused by the essential principle 81 1, 77 | essence of a thing, but is caused by the essential ~principles 82 1, 77 | the ~accidental form is caused by the actuality of the 83 1, 77 | only, the accident being ~caused by an extrinsic agent. Secondly, 84 1, 77 | said that the accident is caused by the subject ~according 85 1, 77 | action of ~one power is caused by the action of another 86 1, 77 | one power of the soul ~is caused by another.~Aquin.: SMT 87 1, 40 | which distinctions are caused by the ~material principles.~ 88 1, 45 | the relation of the thing caused to its cause does ~not appear 89 1, 45 | participation, must be ~caused in it by that to which it 90 1, 45 | more or less perfect, are caused by ~one First Being, Who 91 1, 45 | the ~definition of a thing caused, still it follows, as a 92 1, 45 | participation, it follows that it is caused. Hence such a being cannot 93 1, 45 | cannot be ~without being caused, just as man cannot be without 94 1, 45 | laughing. But, since to be caused does not enter into the 95 1, 45 | every imperfect thing is caused by one perfect. For the ~ 96 1, 46 | wood or brass, which are caused ~not by the action of art, 97 1, 46 | presupposed would not be caused by Him. Now ~it has been 98 1, 46 | because every divine effect is caused by ~every essential attribute - 99 1, 46 | Nom. ii) that all things caused ~are the common work of 100 1, 46 | the forms were given or caused by a separate ~agent by 101 1, 47 | which without doubt was caused by him who trod on it, so 102 1, 48 | and hence ~what can be caused only by creation is produced 103 1, 50 | we must know that evil is caused in the action ~otherwise 104 1, 50 | effect. In the action evil is caused by reason of the defect 105 1, 50 | the other hand, evil is caused in a thing, but not in the ~ 106 1, 50 | or of the matter. It ~is caused by reason of the power or 107 1, 50 | itself ~of an evil will is caused by the rational creature, 108 1, 50 | defect of action is always caused by the defect of the ~agent. 109 1, 50 | of ~action, or which is caused by defect of the agent, 110 1, 50 | in the act of limping is caused by the motive power, ~whereas 111 1, 50 | whatever defect is in it is not caused by God, but by the ~deficient 112 1, 50 | both because every evil is caused by good, as was shown above ~( 113 1, 51 | continuous, but that which is caused ~by distinction of forms; 114 1, 51 | not according as they are ~caused by the intensity or remissness 115 1, 51 | but according as they ~are caused by forms of diverse degrees; 116 1, 56 | an image, so that it is caused by such ~thing. All knowledge, 117 1, 56 | object understood, or else caused by it. Now the angel's ~ 118 1, 57 | above it, in so far as it is caused by it; and what is beneath ~ 119 1, 61 | and all other desires are caused by this natural desire; 120 1, 62 | exists by participation is caused by what ~exists essentially; 121 1, 62 | as everything ignited is caused by fire. Consequently ~the 122 1, 66 | produced something that is caused by a higher cause. But creation 123 1, 66 | Corporeal forms, ~therefore, are caused, not as emanations from 124 1, 68 | day and night were ~then caused by expansion and contraction 125 1, 74 | of ~an animal, which is caused by the soul. Therefore the 126 1, 74 | Further, all knowledge is caused by means of a likeness. 127 1, 75 | has another operation not caused by its elemental qualities. ~ 128 1, 75 | in the ~master. How it is caused will be shown later on ( 129 1, 76 | sense; but only what is not ~caused by the essential principle 130 1, 76 | essence of a thing, but is caused by the essential ~principles 131 1, 76 | the ~accidental form is caused by the actuality of the 132 1, 76 | only, the accident being ~caused by an extrinsic agent. Secondly, 133 1, 76 | said that the accident is caused by the subject ~according 134 1, 76 | action of ~one power is caused by the action of another 135 1, 76 | one power of the soul ~is caused by another.~Aquin.: SMT 136 1, 77 | movements of bodies are caused by an ~extrinsic principle, 137 1, 77 | digestion, and what follows, is caused ~instrumentally by the action 138 1, 77 | hearing"; for sound is caused by ~percussion and commotion 139 1, 77 | forms comes by an immutation caused by the sensible, which is ~ 140 1, 83 | such by participation is ~caused by what is such essentially; 141 1, 83 | the soul ~understands, are caused by some separate forms.~ 142 1, 83 | by ~which we sense, are caused by the sensible object which 143 1, 83 | intellect understands, are caused by some things actually 144 1, 83 | understands, this must needs be caused ~by some intellect which 145 1, 83 | actually ~understand, are caused by some separate substances.~ 146 1, 83 | held that "all knowledge is caused by images issuing from the ~ 147 1, 83 | impression Democritus held to be caused by a discharge of images.~ 148 1, 83 | of the sensitive part are caused ~by the impression of the 149 1, 83 | Aristotle, the impression caused ~by the sensible does not 150 1, 83 | intellectual knowledge is caused by the senses. But since 151 1, 84 | sight. But seeing is not ~caused by abstraction of species 152 1, 86 | we may say that health is caused by medicine, but it does 153 1, 86 | immutation in the ~material organ caused by the external sensible. 154 1, 86 | the arts; but as the thing caused is in its principle, which 155 1, 86 | some notion of the thing caused. And so Augustine says that 156 1, 88 | habit are like the acts caused by ~that habit, in species, 157 1, 90 | all corporeal change is caused by a movement of a ~heavenly 158 1, 90 | order of nature, and are caused by the Divine ~Power alone, 159 1, 92 | vision itself, which is caused by the penetrative ~power 160 1, 94 | promptitude of the will is caused by ~the intensity of charity. 161 1, 96 | OBJ 2: Further, effects caused by the forces of plants 162 1, 96 | therefore the tree of life caused immortality, ~this would 163 1, 96 | that the humor ~which is caused from extraneous sources, 164 1, 96 | the others show that it caused incorruption by warding 165 1, 99 | nature of the species, not as caused by the ~principles of the 166 1, 102 | the act of a thing moved, caused by the ~mover." Wherefore 167 1, 102 | dissimilarity of movements is caused by diversity of ~things 168 1, 102 | government is that which is ~caused in the things governed. 169 1, 102 | act of a ~movable thing, caused by the moving principle, 170 1, 104 | the power of willing ~is caused by God alone. For to will 171 1, 104 | interior principle may be caused ~by an exterior principle; 172 1, 104 | to each thing ~which is caused by Him from Whom is all 173 1, 105 | But the ~enlightenment caused by an angel concerns the 174 1, 109 | which are in matter are caused by immaterial ~forms, because 175 1, 110 | Anima iii, is "a motion caused by the sense ~in act." But 176 1, 110 | But if this motion were caused by an angel, it would not 177 1, 110 | angel, it would not be ~caused by the sense in act. Therefore 178 1, 110 | so that whatever can be caused by the local ~movement of 179 1, 110 | apparitions are sometimes caused in us by ~the local movement 180 1, 110 | neither then is deception caused by the angel, but by ~the 181 1, 110 | sensitive operation ~cannot be caused by an angel.~Aquin.: SMT 182 1, 112 | resistance of his may have been caused by ~some prince of the demons 183 1, 114 | than sex." But sex is not caused by the heavenly bodies: 184 1, 114 | and fall to the earth, is caused by ~some heavenly power: 185 1, 114 | set fire to it, is ~not caused by a heavenly body, but 186 1, 116 | the form of a house is caused to be in matter by art alone: 187 1, 116 | principle: thus health is caused in a sick man, sometimes 188 1, 116 | rejection ~of the matter that caused the sickness, so does art. 189 1, 117 | sensitive soul cannot be caused by the ~animal's generating 190 1, 117 | soul of the generated is ~caused by the soul of the generator, 191 1, 117 | substance it cannot be caused through generation, but 192 1, 117 | the intellectual soul is caused ~by the begetter, is nothing 193 1, 117 | because either that which is caused by the action of God is ~ 194 2, 1 | proceed from a power, ~are caused by that power in accordance 195 2, 1 | in other ~things, it is caused by their natural inclination, 196 2, 2 | for human ~knowledge is caused by the things known, whereas 197 2, 2 | called happiness, cannot be caused by human knowledge: but 198 2, 2 | and, in a fashion, ~is caused by, human happiness itself, 199 2, 4 | for happiness. For it is caused by the appetite ~being at 200 2, 4 | operation, the will's repose is caused by the goodness of the operation. ~ 201 2, 5 | same species, they ~can be caused by the same power. But this 202 2, 6 | this intrinsic principle be caused or moved by an ~extrinsic 203 2, 6 | 1), for such ~movements caused by an extrinsic principle 204 2, 9 | the human body, ~which are caused by the will, could not be 205 2, 9 | future human acts, which are caused by the will. But this ~would 206 2, 9 | movement of the stone is caused by ~no other than the cause 207 2, 9 | rational soul, which is caused by God alone, by creation, 208 2, 13 | the act of the ~movable, caused by a mover." Wherefore the 209 2, 18 | goodness of an action is not caused by the goodness of its effect, 210 2, 18 | Div. Nom. iv), "evil is caused ~by each single defect." 211 2, 23 | good and evil. For anger is caused by a ~difficult evil already 212 2, 25 | that all the ~passions are caused by love: since "love yearning 213 2, 25 | Further, just as daring is caused by hope, so fear is caused 214 2, 25 | caused by hope, so fear is caused by ~despair. Either, therefore, 215 2, 27 | which is in all things, is caused by a ~kind of knowledge, 216 2, 27 | emotions of the soul are caused by love, ~as Augustine says ( 217 2, 27 | affords, his ~love is indeed caused by pleasure; but that very 218 2, 27 | but that very pleasure is caused, in ~its turn, by another 219 2, 28 | likeness, but rather is caused by it, ~as stated above ( 220 2, 28 | first of these unions is caused "effectively" by love; because 221 2, 28 | him. The second union is caused "formally" by ~love; because 222 2, 28 | Consequently the union caused by love is closer than that 223 2, 28 | closer than that which ~is caused by knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 224 2, 28 | first of these ecstasies is caused by love dispositively in 225 2, 28 | things. The second ecstasy is caused by love directly; by love 226 2, 29 | that all emotions ~are caused by love. Therefore hatred 227 2, 29 | emotion of the ~soul, is caused by love.~Aquin.: SMT FS 228 2, 29 | is that every hatred is caused by love.~Aquin.: SMT FS 229 2, 29 | himself. In fact, it is caused by ~inordinate self-love, 230 2, 29 | OBJ 2: Further, hatred is caused by disagreement; and where 231 2, 29 | other hand, anger is always caused by ~something in particular: 232 2, 29 | particular: because it is caused by some action of the one ~ 233 2, 30 | contrary, Concupiscence is caused by love, and tends to pleasure, ~ 234 2, 32 | pleasure. Because ~pleasure is caused by present good, as Damascene 235 2, 32 | answer that, Pleasure is caused by the presence of suitable 236 2, 32 | delivered from that which caused him sorrow and pain, so 237 2, 32 | pleasure. Because pleasure is caused by one's obtaining one's 238 2, 35 | xx) that "bodily pain ~is caused by the sense resisting a 239 2, 35 | pleasure alone which ~is caused by an interior apprehension 240 2, 35 | that pain alone which is caused by an ~interior apprehension, 241 2, 35 | that pleasure which ~is caused by an exterior apprehension, 242 2, 35 | too that pain which is caused by an exterior apprehension, 243 2, 35 | heat is contrary to ~sorrow caused by cold. But there is no 244 2, 35 | of contemplation is not caused by one's being quit ~of 245 2, 35 | pleasure thereof. Because ~pain caused by a hindrance to contemplation, 246 2, 35 | while pain or ~sorrow caused by bodily weariness, does 247 2, 35 | according to God," is not caused by ~the very act of intellectual 248 2, 35 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Sorrow caused by a hindrance to contemplation, 249 2, 35 | sorrow results, which is caused either by the loss of some 250 2, 35 | whereas interior sorrow is ~caused by some evil in the imagination. 251 2, 35 | OBJ 2: Inward pain is not caused by the apprehended likeness 252 2, 35 | itself, greater, as being caused by a greater evil, forasmuch 253 2, 35 | changes are more liable to be caused by outward ~pain, both from 254 2, 35 | fact that outward pain is caused by a corruptive ~conjoined 255 2, 35 | Reply OBJ 1: Pleasure is caused by good, which has only 256 2, 35 | sorrow is; for the ~latter is caused by evil, which "happens 257 2, 36 | inquiry:~(1) Whether sorrow is caused by the loss of a good or 258 2, 36 | Para. 1/1~Whether sorrow is caused by the loss of good or by 259 2, 36 | would seem that sorrow is caused by the loss of a good rather ~ 260 2, 36 | qu. 1) that sorrow is caused by the loss of temporal 261 2, 36 | manner, every sorrow is caused by the loss of some good.~ 262 2, 36 | 3]). Therefore sorrow is caused chiefly by the loss of good.~ 263 2, 36 | Fide Orth. ii, 12), is ~caused by something present; whereas 264 2, 36 | If therefore ~sorrow were caused by a craving for unity, 265 2, 36 | Consequently sorrow is caused by the craving, not for 266 2, 36 | Sorrow in the soul ~is caused by the will resisting a 267 2, 36 | while pain in the body ~is caused by sense resisting a stronger 268 2, 36 | Boni xx) that sorrow is caused by the will "resisting a 269 2, 37 | A[1]) that sorrow is caused by a present evil: and this 270 2, 37 | Because ~carefulness is caused by sorrow, as is clear from 271 2, 37 | movements are sometimes caused by sorrow itself. ~Accordingly 272 2, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sorrow caused by an action hinders that 273 2, 40 | In the first way hope is ~caused by everything that increases 274 2, 40 | the second way, hope is caused by everything that makes 275 2, 40 | precedes hope. But desire is caused by love, as ~stated above ( 276 2, 40 | love. Therefore love is caused by hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 277 2, 40 | good we hope to get, it is caused ~by love: since we do not 278 2, 40 | possible to ~us, love is caused by hope, and not vice versa. 279 2, 40 | but ~our love for him is caused by the hope we have in him.~ 280 2, 41 | there is "stupor," which is caused by the representation of ~ 281 2, 41 | that amazement which is caused by a great evil, and that 282 2, 42 | says (Rhet. ii, 5), fear is caused by ~the "imagination of 283 2, 43 | the dread of ~evil being caused by someone, makes us hate 284 2, 43 | him. ~Therefore fear is caused by hate rather than by love.~ 285 2, 43 | heart. Therefore fear is not caused by ~love.~Aquin.: SMT FS 286 2, 43 | Therefore all ~fear is caused by our loving something: 287 2, 43 | 5). Therefore fear is caused by lack of these.~Aquin.: 288 2, 43 | is less than the defect caused by evil present, which is 289 2, 44 | account of the condensation caused by cold, the ~vital spirits 290 2, 44 | these evacuations are often caused by ~fear. Therefore fear 291 2, 44 | trembling of the body is not caused by fear.~Aquin.: SMT FS 292 2, 44 | occasioned in these parts, being caused by a lack of power ~in controlling 293 2, 44 | Man's exterior actions are caused by the soul as first ~mover, 294 2, 45 | drunkenness. Therefore ~daring is caused by a defect.~Aquin.: SMT 295 2, 45 | defect. ~Therefore daring is caused by a defect.~Aquin.: SMT 296 2, 45 | defect. Therefore daring is caused by a ~defect.~Aquin.: SMT 297 2, 45 | transmutation, daring is caused through the ~incitement 298 2, 45 | danger. Because trembling is caused by fear, which is ~contrary 299 2, 46 | passion, inasmuch ~as it is caused by a concurrence of several 300 2, 46 | very fact that anger is caused by contrary ~passions, i.e. 301 2, 46 | natural" we mean that which is caused by nature, as ~stated in 302 2, 46 | more settled ~through being caused by several acts. But anger 303 2, 46 | several acts. But anger is caused by the ~concurrence of several 304 2, 48 | holds in regard to pleasure caused by the ~real presence of 305 2, 48 | appetitive movement of anger is caused by some injury inflicted, 306 2, 48 | our memory. But ~anger is caused by the memory of a wrong 307 2, 49 | are adventitious, being caused from without, and these ~ 308 2, 51 | 2) Whether any habit is caused by acts?~(3) Whether any 309 2, 51 | Whether any habit can be caused by one act?~(4) Whether 310 2, 51 | habits: since some can be caused by nature, and some not, 311 2, 51 | 1/1~Whether any habit is caused by acts?~Aquin.: SMT FS 312 2, 51 | would seem that no habit is caused by acts. For habit is a ~ 313 2, 51 | Now every quality is caused ~in a subject, according 314 2, 51 | impossible for a habit to be caused in an agent by its own acts.~ 315 2, 51 | thing wherein a quality is caused is moved to that ~quality, 316 2, 51 | If therefore habits were caused ~in anything by its own 317 2, 51 | Therefore habit ~cannot be caused by an act which precedes 318 2, 51 | of ~virtue and vice are caused by acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 319 2, 51 | agent a habit cannot be caused by its own act: ~for which 320 2, 51 | such acts habits can be caused in ~their agents; not indeed 321 2, 51 | habits of moral virtue are caused in the ~appetitive powers, 322 2, 51 | the ~habits of science are caused in the intellect, according 323 2, 51 | it: and thus is a habit caused.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[51] A[ 324 2, 51 | principle than ~is the habit caused thereby: just as the reason 325 2, 51 | 1~Whether a habit can be caused by one act?~Aquin.: SMT 326 2, 51 | seem that a habit can be caused by one act. For ~demonstration 327 2, 51 | habit of one ~conclusion, is caused by one demonstration. Therefore 328 2, 51 | Therefore habit can be caused ~by one act.~Aquin.: SMT 329 2, 51 | intensity. But a habit is caused by multiplication ~of acts. 330 2, 51 | reason, other habits, is not caused by one act.~Aquin.: SMT 331 2, 51 | already (A[2]), habit is caused by act, ~because a passive 332 2, 51 | order ~that some quality be caused in that which is passive 333 2, 51 | habit of virtue ~cannot be caused by one act, but only by 334 2, 51 | habit of opinion needs to be caused by many ~acts of the reason, 335 2, 51 | habit of science can be caused by a single act of the reason, 336 2, 51 | habits, however, can be caused by one act, if the active 337 2, 51 | But habits are ~naturally caused in man by acts, as we have 338 2, 51 | those acts a like habit is caused" ~(Ethic. ii, 1,2). Consequently 339 2, 51 | which nature could have ~caused, so also, at times, for 340 2, 51 | those habits which can be caused by a natural power. Thus ~ 341 2, 52 | and other forms, is not caused by an addition of form to 342 2, 53 | intellect there ~be a habit caused immediately by the active 343 2, 53 | possible" intellect a habit ~caused by the reason, to wit, the 344 2, 53 | the appetitive part are ~caused therein because it is natural 345 2, 55 | OBJ 6: Infused virtue is caused in us by God without any 346 2, 63 | 2) Whether any virtue is caused in us by habituation?~(3) 347 2, 63 | 1~Whether any virtue is caused in us by habituation?~Aquin.: 348 2, 63 | that virtues can not be caused in us by ~habituation. Because 349 2, 63 | means of works, but is caused in us by God, according 350 2, 63 | neither can any virtues be caused in us by ~habituation, but 351 2, 63 | Therefore a ~virtue cannot be caused by actions that precede 352 2, 63 | But vicious habits are caused by evil acts. Much ~more, 353 2, 63 | can virtuous habits be caused by good acts.~Aquin.: SMT 354 2, 63 | rule of human reason can be caused by human acts: ~inasmuch 355 2, 63 | human reason, cannot ~be caused by human acts, the principle 356 2, 63 | and moral virtues can be ~caused in us by our acts, as stated 357 2, 63 | reasonable that they should be caused in us by infusion.~Aquin.: 358 2, 63 | supernatural virtues ~needing to be caused in us by God.~Aquin.: SMT 359 2, 63 | intellectual virtues can indeed be caused ~in us by our actions: but 360 2, 65 | moral virtues are sometimes caused by the exercise of ~acts, 361 2, 71 | Although the virtues are not caused by nature as regards ~their 362 2, 73 | is evident that a sin is caused by a defect in ~some circumstance: 363 2, 73 | gravity of this harm is caused by the sole gravity of sin.~ 364 2, 74 | act of the thing moved, caused by a mover." On the other 365 2, 75 | to one sin which is not ~caused by another sin.~ 366 2, 77 | 4: Avoidance of evil is caused by the appetite for good, 367 2, 78 | previous sin, which is not caused by any previous sin, as 368 2, 79 | species. If therefore God ~caused the act of sin, He would 369 2, 79 | Again every action is caused by something existing in 370 2, 81 | way of human origin, is ~caused by the semen. But the semen 371 2, 81 | as such, viz. whatever is caused by the principles of nature, 372 2, 81 | Further, original sin is caused in us by the soul being 373 2, 82 | for instance if a fever be caused by ~corruption of the bile, 374 2, 83 | Reply OBJ 2: Original sin is caused by the semen as instrumental 375 2, 83 | of original sin is nowise caused by God, but ~by the sin 376 2, 83 | evident that original sin is ~caused through our origin. Consequently 377 2, 83 | power by whose ~act it was caused. Now original sin is caused 378 2, 83 | caused. Now original sin is caused by an act of the generative ~ 379 2, 83 | Original sin, in man, is not caused by the generative power ~ 380 2, 84 | committed which cannot be caused through ~any of these: as, 381 2, 84 | same way: since ~virtue is caused by the subordination of 382 2, 85 | Therefore, ~when sin has caused a disorder in a voluntary 383 2, 85 | voluntary actions something is caused ~or taken away in the man 384 2, 85 | such like inordinateness is caused by the fact that in the 385 2, 86 | that nothing else can be ~caused by an act. But it is neither 386 2, 86 | there is but one stain ~caused by all sins. Therefore the 387 2, 87 | contrary of that which caused it. Moreover punishment 388 2, 89 | the stain on the soul is caused by contact with a ~temporal 389 2, 100 | The acquired ~virtue is caused by works; but the infused 390 2, 100 | but the infused virtue is caused by God ~Himself through 391 2, 100 | this justice could not ~be caused by moral precepts, which 392 2, 102 | an uncleanness which was caused by ~corruption either of 393 2, 102 | for running of the eyes is caused by a flow of ~matter. He 394 2, 102 | since the passion of pity is caused by the ~afflictions of others; 395 2, 110 | followed at some time by a good caused in the ~creature, but not 396 2, 110 | pleasing to God in a man is caused by the Divine love, as was 397 2, 110 | without some effect divinely caused in us, as will appear later ~( 398 2, 112 | grace is instrumentally caused by the sacraments, and principally 399 2, 112 | the condition of the thing caused, it must cause, in the thing ~ 400 2, 112 | must cause, in the thing ~caused, both the matter and the 401 2, 112 | in another. ~For grace is caused in us by the Divine love, 402 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly is caused by the ~justifying grace 403 2, 113 | ungodly, as regards the good caused, are beyond the ~wonted 404 2, 10 | Christian princes at first caused the temples of idols to 405 2, 14 | dulness of sense ~are not caused by sins of the flesh.~Aquin.: 406 2, 14 | and dulness of sense are caused by ~spiritual rather than 407 2, 16 | Arb. xvii). But ~hope is caused by grace and merits, according 408 2, 16 | by charity and the merits caused by charity.~ 409 2, 18 | Further, servile fear is caused by self-love, in so far 410 2, 18 | fear. For filial fear is caused by love. Now initial fear 411 2, 19 | In this way despair is caused by lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS 412 2, 23 | 2) Whether charity is caused in man by preceding acts 413 2, 23 | 1/1~Whether charity is caused in us by infusion?~Aquin.: 414 2, 23 | seem that charity is not caused in us by infusion. For ~ 415 2, 23 | acts. Therefore ~charity is caused in us from preceding acts, 416 2, 23 | an increase of charity is caused by an act of charity. Now ~ 417 2, 23 | result of human acts, but is caused by God alone, ~as stated 418 2, 23 | decrease of charity cannot be caused except ~either by God or 419 2, 23 | sinful act. Now no defect is caused in us by ~God, except by 420 2, 27 | given to us." But joy is ~caused in us by the Holy Ghost 421 2, 27 | contrary ways. For joy is caused by love, either through 422 2, 27 | which is about God, is caused by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 423 2, 27 | sorrow which is a vice is caused by inordinate ~self-love, 424 2, 28 | Further, if a certain thing is caused by charity, its contrary 425 2, 32 | one cause. Now hatred is caused ~by anger, for Augustine 426 2, 32 | is evident that hatred is caused by envy formally as regards ~ 427 2, 34 | OBJ 3: Further, sorrow is caused by a defect, wherefore those 428 2, 35 | and in this ~respect it is caused by vainglory. And since 429 2, 37 | those, to wit, who had caused the schism, "and touch ~ 430 2, 44 | far as it is a ~sin, is caused by the spiritual sense being 431 2, 44 | hand the folly which is caused by a spiritual ~impediment, 432 2, 45 | 3: Acquired prudence is caused by the exercise of acts, ~ 433 2, 45 | hand gratuitous prudence is caused by divine infusion. Wherefore, ~ 434 2, 46 | acquiring of knowledge, which is caused either by teaching, ~to 435 2, 59 | thing, because the ~man who caused another's loss, himself 436 2, 60 | where an unjust ~taking has caused inequality. Now equality 437 2, 80 | A[3]) that devotion is caused by a ~twofold consideration: 438 2, 80 | Secondarily devotion ~is caused as stated (A[3]), by the 439 2, 80 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Tears are caused not only through sorrow, 440 2, 86 | The obligation of a vow is caused by our own will and ~intention, 441 2, 86 | resulting from a vow is caused by the immobility of the 442 2, 88 | Apost. ~vi, 19] that he caused Hermogenes to be brought 443 2, 92 | fire, or by Ninus, ~who caused the statue of his father 444 2, 93 | signifies fire whereby it is caused), or it proceeds from the ~ 445 2, 93 | future ~things that are caused by heavenly bodies, for 446 2, 93 | superstitious divination if it be caused by a revelation ~of the 447 2, 103 | than ~the others that are caused thereby.~Aquin.: SMT SS 448 2, 125 | Further, daring is a passion caused by hope, as stated above ( 449 2, 134 | virtues, not as though it caused and preserved them directly, 450 2, 134 | patience, as a virtue, is caused by charity, according to 451 2, 136 | good on account of sorrow caused ~by lack of pleasure, yielding 452 2, 136 | OBJ 1: This effeminacy is caused in two ways. In one way, 453 2, 139 | impetuousness of anger is caused by an accident, for ~instance, 454 2, 140 | brutal pleasures and those caused by disease as the Philosopher ~ 455 2, 148 | Therefore drunkenness, which is caused by ~immoderate drink, is 456 2, 148 | vomiting, since this is caused by ~drinking lukewarm water: 457 2, 151 | OBJ 3: Further, lust is caused by despair, according to 458 2, 151 | we must reply that it is ~caused by gluttony materially - 459 2, 152 | excuse ~him, for he also caused Joseph to be sold.~Aquin.: 460 2, 155 | Augustine [*Ep. ccxi], hatred is caused by ~anger; and this is the 461 2, 159 | the fact that humility is caused by ~reverence for God does 462 2, 162 | respect of ~external harm caused by, for instance, extreme 463 2, 169 | of prophecy failing him, caused a minstrel to be brought 464 2, 178 | or cleanness of heart is caused by the virtues ~that are 465 2, 178 | the ~reason; and peace is caused by justice which is about 466 2, 183 | however, the scandal is not caused by the wickedness of persons ~ 467 3, 1 | since, on man's defeat, He caused the tyrant to be overcome 468 3, 2 | or a human hypostasis ~is caused. Hence if the soul and body 469 3, 2 | be ~called natural as if caused by the principles of the 470 3, 2 | the nature, yet it ~was caused by the power of the Divine 471 3, 2 | human nature, as if it were caused by the principles of the 472 3, 3 | for the three ~Persons caused the human nature to be united 473 3, 3 | the remission of sins is caused by the Holy Ghost, as by ~ 474 3, 6 | reason of creatures being caused by God and depending on ~ 475 3, 7 | its cause. For grace is caused in man ~by the presence 476 3, 9 | this form. So, too, opinion caused by a dialectical syllogism 477 3, 12 | knowledge of Christ is caused by the active intellect 478 3, 12 | infused knowledge which ~is caused in Christ's soul by union 479 3, 12 | the increase of knowledge caused by the natural agent.~Aquin.: 480 3, 14 | OBJ 2: Further, what is caused by the principles of nature 481 3, 14 | Now these penalties are ~caused by the principles of human 482 3, 14 | contrary to each other, being caused by ~contrary principles. 483 3, 14 | our first parent, but are caused in some men by ~certain 484 3, 14 | particular defects of men are caused by the ~corruptibility and 485 3, 15 | affections follow reason, and are caused when and where needed, who 486 3, 15 | themselves involuntary, and caused sorrow, although they were 487 3, 15 | answer that, As sorrow is caused by the apprehension of a 488 3, 15 | present ~evil, so also is fear caused by the apprehension of a 489 3, 15 | and thus wonder would be caused.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 490 3, 16 | Christ a proper personality, caused by the principles of the 491 3, 16 | His human nature is not ~caused by the principles of the 492 3, 24 | of human nature, being ~caused by its principles. In this 493 3, 26 | would have dispositively caused ~the soul to contract the 494 3, 33 | Reply OBJ 4: Increase is caused by the augmentative power 495 3, 33 | formation of the body is caused by ~the generative power, 496 3, 35 | pains of childbirth are caused by the infant opening ~the 497 3, 41 | because such a temptation is caused by pleasure and concupiscence; ~ 498 3, 44 | the heavens that is not caused by Him who made all ~and 499 3, 44 | of Christ's passion, was caused by the ~sun withdrawing 500 3, 44 | far as the Divine power caused the sun's rays not to reach ~


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