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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | object, not indeed, in its material aspect, ~but as regards 2 1, 1 | means of comparisons with material things. For God ~provides 3 1, 1 | taught under the likeness of ~material things. This is what Dionysius 4 1, 3 | because whatever is simple in material things is imperfect and 5 1, 3 | either as a formal or a material principle. ~First, because 6 1, 4 | philosophers considered only a material principle; and a material ~ 7 1, 4 | material principle; and a material ~principle is most imperfect. 8 1, 4 | merely ~potential, the first material principle must be simply 9 1, 4 | the first principle, not material, but in ~the order of efficient 10 1, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The material principle which with us 11 1, 4 | in the potentiality of a material cause is to pre-exist in 12 1, 5 | its ~principles, whether material or efficient, and this is 13 1, 7 | to the first principle a material infinity to the effect that ~ 14 1, 11 | predicated of ~God, but only of material things. For "one" the principle 15 1, 11 | of mathematics, which are material in being, and ~abstracted 16 1, 12 | sight, as being altogether material, cannot be ~raised up to 17 1, 12 | known through the nature of material ~things. For it was shown 18 1, 13 | signify what belongs to material creatures, of which the ~ 19 1, 13 | itself as "stone" signifies a material being, ~and names of this 20 1, 13 | our intellect understands ~material things below itself in an 21 1, 14 | because they are wholly material. But sense is ~cognitive 22 1, 14 | species not abstracted from material conditions. But in God ~ 23 1, 14 | another we know singular and material things, ~nevertheless God 24 1, 14 | intellect its ~being has no material conditions like the images 25 1, 14 | to both immaterial and ~material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 26 1, 14 | under actual knowledge; thus material existence is ~attributed 27 1, 14 | 2/2~Now just as He knows material things immaterially, and 28 1, 18 | concerned with preparing the material for the ship.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 18 | exists outside his mind, ~material and sensible being. Hence 30 1, 18 | belongs to human nature to be material, which, as ~existing in 31 1, 18 | mind than in matter; yet a material house is called a ~house 32 1, 20 | distinguished a certain material element - namely, the bodily ~ 33 1, 20 | Anima iii, ~15,63,64), the material element is the kindling 34 1, 20 | attributed to God on ~their material side, as has been said ( 35 1, 24 | things are written down in material ~books to help the memory. 36 1, 29 | principle is either formal or ~material, both matter and form are 37 1, 30 | division is twofold; one is material, and is ~division of the 38 1, 30 | this sense is found only in material things which ~have quantity. 39 1, 36 | which there is not only a ~material distinction we always find 40 1, 36 | unless we admit in ~them a material distinction; which is impossible.~ 41 1, 36 | indeed, this example of a ~material procession is inept to signify 42 1, 39 | habitude of an efficient or ~material cause; which causes are 43 1, 39 | certain relation of the material cause; which has no place 44 1, 40 | distinctions are caused by the ~material principles.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 41 | the Son. But it is not a material principle, ~because in God 46 1, 41 | because in God nothing material exists; and therefore it 47 1, 41 | generating principle, but ~not a material principle. For that which 48 1, 41 | be "of" the father, or a material principle, as a knife is ~" 49 1, 41 | possible except owing to a ~material distinction: since forms 50 1, 42 | which transformation is ~material. The ninth is motion from 51 1, 42 | this generation would be material, and accompanied with ~movement; 52 1, 44 | represent the divine idea, as a material house is like to the house 53 1, 45 | cause, and especially of the material cause; as when we say that 54 1, 45 | ex] does not signify the material cause, but only ~order; 55 1, 45 | second sense, it imports the material cause, which is denied.~ 56 1, 45 | composite, as in the case of material substances. For being belongs 57 1, 45 | creatures are more ~perfect than material creatures, which nevertheless 58 1, 47 | specifically; the other is a material distinction as regards things ~ 59 1, 47 | on account of the form, ~material distinction exists for the 60 1, 47 | greater consequence than material. Now, formal ~distinction 61 1, 47 | because it is made of ~other material; but in order that the house 62 1, 47 | artificer seeks different material; indeed, he would ~make 63 1, 47 | indeed, he would ~make such material if he could.~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 47 | OBJ 2: No agent intends material plurality as the end forasmuch 65 1, 47 | as the end forasmuch as ~material multitude has no certain 66 1, 47 | one, this has reference to material ~order. But the best in 67 1, 49 | cause of evil by way of the material ~cause was shown above ( 68 1, 50 | God it is corporeal and material. Therefore he is not simply ~ 69 1, 50 | angels, compared to God, are material and corporeal, not, ~however, 70 1, 50 | according to its own mode. Hence material ~things which are below 71 1, 50 | viii, text 10). But in material things there is ~one thing 72 1, 50 | we consider the nature of material things which contain a twofold ~ 73 1, 50 | considered ~relatively infinite. Material creatures are infinite on 74 1, 50 | number, far beyond all ~material multitude. This is what 75 1, 50 | limited reckoning of our material numbers." The reason whereof ~ 76 1, 50 | were ~incomparably exceed material substances as to multitude.~ 77 1, 51 | understood to exist without any material substance and ~without any 78 1, 54 | that the natures of the material things which ~we understand 79 1, 55 | without matter but not without material conditions, stands ~midway 80 1, 55 | abstraction from matter and from ~material conditions. Consequently, 81 1, 55 | be, it could not reduce material forms to an intelligible ~ 82 1, 55 | intelligible species from material things, yet he would not 83 1, 56 | things, secondly of things material. Under the first heading ~ 84 1, 56 | it ~is, not according to material and immaterial nature, but 85 1, 57 | THE ANGEL'S KNOWLEDGE OF MATERIAL THINGS (FIVE ARTICLES)~We 86 1, 57 | We next investigate the material objects which are known 87 1, 57 | angels know the natures of material things?~(2) Whether they 88 1, 57 | Whether the angels know material things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 89 1, 57 | that the angels do not know material things. For ~the object 90 1, 57 | who understands it. But ~material things cannot be the perfections 91 1, 57 | Therefore the angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 92 1, 57 | lit. xii. 28)]. But the material ~things cannot enter by 93 1, 57 | Therefore the angels cannot know material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 94 1, 57 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, material things are not actually 95 1, 57 | Therefore angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 96 1, 57 | to the angel's, can know material things. Therefore much more 97 1, 57 | iv). Consequently, all material things pre-exist in the 98 1, 57 | Therefore, as God knows material things by His essence, so 99 1, 57 | therefore the essences of material things are in the ~intellect 100 1, 57 | to draw his knowledge of material things ~from the material 101 1, 57 | material things ~from the material things themselves, he would 102 1, 57 | knowledge of them from the material things themselves; he has ~ 103 1, 57 | themselves; he has ~knowledge of material things by actually intelligible 104 1, 57 | by such abstraction from ~material conditions the thing abstracted 105 1, 57 | the angels are ~likened to material things, as one thing resembles 106 1, 58 | movable ~immovably, and material things immaterially.~Aquin.: 107 1, 59 | not differentiated by any material difference ~of their objects, 108 1, 59 | another not according to the material but only by the formal distinction ~ 109 1, 65 | Much more, therefore, are material forms derived from spiritual ~ 110 1, 65 | say that from them come material ~forms, not by emanation, 111 1, 66 | the earth, in which even a material distinction is expressed, ~ 112 1, 66 | be ~said to move over the material to which he intends to give 113 1, 67 | ignorant people, to whom material things alone ~appealed, 114 1, 68 | then, these waters to be material, but their exact nature ~ 115 1, 71 | the heavenly bodies. The material principle, however, in ~ 116 1, 71 | which produced animals ~from material elements, either in act, 117 1, 75 | of an accident or of a material form; the latter excludes 118 1, 75 | inherent, as an accident or a ~material form; even though it be 119 1, 75 | subsist, such as accidents and material forms, acquire existence 120 1, 76 | means of ~knowledge, is material - that is, not abstracted 121 1, 76 | is, not abstracted from material ~conditions - its likeness 122 1, 76 | but presupposes it as a material subject.~Aquin.: SMT FP 123 1, 76 | something imperfect and material. And ~because it observes 124 1, 76 | for cutting through hard material; but that the teeth of the 125 1, 77 | It is also as it were the material ~cause, inasmuch as it is 126 1, 77 | subject, and as something material with regard to the ~intelligence. 127 1, 39 | habitude of an efficient or ~material cause; which causes are 128 1, 39 | certain relation of the material cause; which has no place 129 1, 40 | distinctions are caused by the ~material principles.~Aquin.: SMT 130 1, 41 | the Son. But it is not a material principle, ~because in God 131 1, 41 | because in God nothing material exists; and therefore it 132 1, 41 | generating principle, but ~not a material principle. For that which 133 1, 41 | be "of" the father, or a material principle, as a knife is ~" 134 1, 41 | possible except owing to a ~material distinction: since forms 135 1, 42 | which transformation is ~material. The ninth is motion from 136 1, 42 | this generation would be material, and accompanied with ~movement; 137 1, 45 | represent the divine idea, as a material house is like to the house 138 1, 46 | cause, and especially of the material cause; as when we say that 139 1, 46 | ex] does not signify the material cause, but only ~order; 140 1, 46 | second sense, it imports the material cause, which is denied.~ 141 1, 46 | composite, as in the case of material substances. For being belongs 142 1, 46 | creatures are more ~perfect than material creatures, which nevertheless 143 1, 48 | specifically; the other is a material distinction as regards things ~ 144 1, 48 | on account of the form, ~material distinction exists for the 145 1, 48 | greater consequence than material. Now, formal ~distinction 146 1, 48 | because it is made of ~other material; but in order that the house 147 1, 48 | artificer seeks different material; indeed, he would ~make 148 1, 48 | indeed, he would ~make such material if he could.~Aquin.: SMT 149 1, 48 | OBJ 2: No agent intends material plurality as the end forasmuch 150 1, 48 | as the end forasmuch as ~material multitude has no certain 151 1, 48 | one, this has reference to material ~order. But the best in 152 1, 50 | cause of evil by way of the material ~cause was shown above ( 153 1, 51 | God it is corporeal and material. Therefore he is not simply ~ 154 1, 51 | angels, compared to God, are material and corporeal, not, ~however, 155 1, 51 | according to its own mode. Hence material ~things which are below 156 1, 51 | viii, text 10). But in material things there is ~one thing 157 1, 51 | we consider the nature of material things which contain a twofold ~ 158 1, 51 | considered ~relatively infinite. Material creatures are infinite on 159 1, 51 | number, far beyond all ~material multitude. This is what 160 1, 51 | limited reckoning of our material numbers." The reason whereof ~ 161 1, 51 | were ~incomparably exceed material substances as to multitude.~ 162 1, 52 | understood to exist without any material substance and ~without any 163 1, 55 | that the natures of the material things which ~we understand 164 1, 56 | without matter but not without material conditions, stands ~midway 165 1, 56 | abstraction from matter and from ~material conditions. Consequently, 166 1, 56 | be, it could not reduce material forms to an intelligible ~ 167 1, 56 | intelligible species from material things, yet he would not 168 1, 57 | things, secondly of things material. Under the first heading ~ 169 1, 57 | it ~is, not according to material and immaterial nature, but 170 1, 58 | THE ANGEL'S KNOWLEDGE OF MATERIAL THINGS (FIVE ARTICLES)~We 171 1, 58 | We next investigate the material objects which are known 172 1, 58 | angels know the natures of material things?~(2) Whether they 173 1, 58 | Whether the angels know material things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 174 1, 58 | that the angels do not know material things. For ~the object 175 1, 58 | who understands it. But ~material things cannot be the perfections 176 1, 58 | Therefore the angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 177 1, 58 | lit. xii. 28)]. But the material ~things cannot enter by 178 1, 58 | Therefore the angels cannot know material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 179 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, material things are not actually 180 1, 58 | Therefore angels do not know material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 181 1, 58 | to the angel's, can know material things. Therefore much more 182 1, 58 | iv). Consequently, all material things pre-exist in the 183 1, 58 | Therefore, as God knows material things by His essence, so 184 1, 58 | therefore the essences of material things are in the ~intellect 185 1, 58 | to draw his knowledge of material things ~from the material 186 1, 58 | material things ~from the material things themselves, he would 187 1, 58 | knowledge of them from the material things themselves; he has ~ 188 1, 58 | themselves; he has ~knowledge of material things by actually intelligible 189 1, 58 | by such abstraction from ~material conditions the thing abstracted 190 1, 58 | the angels are ~likened to material things, as one thing resembles 191 1, 59 | movable ~immovably, and material things immaterially.~Aquin.: 192 1, 60 | not differentiated by any material difference ~of their objects, 193 1, 60 | another not according to the material but only by the formal distinction ~ 194 1, 66 | Much more, therefore, are material forms derived from spiritual ~ 195 1, 66 | say that from them come material ~forms, not by emanation, 196 1, 67 | the earth, in which even a material distinction is expressed, ~ 197 1, 67 | be ~said to move over the material to which he intends to give 198 1, 68 | ignorant people, to whom material things alone ~appealed, 199 1, 69 | then, these waters to be material, but their exact nature ~ 200 1, 71 | the heavenly bodies. The material principle, however, in ~ 201 1, 71 | which produced animals ~from material elements, either in act, 202 1, 74 | of an accident or of a material form; the latter excludes 203 1, 74 | inherent, as an accident or a ~material form; even though it be 204 1, 74 | subsist, such as accidents and material forms, acquire existence 205 1, 75 | means of ~knowledge, is material - that is, not abstracted 206 1, 75 | is, not abstracted from material ~conditions - its likeness 207 1, 75 | but presupposes it as a material subject.~Aquin.: SMT FP 208 1, 75 | something imperfect and material. And ~because it observes 209 1, 75 | for cutting through hard material; but that the teeth of the 210 1, 76 | It is also as it were the material ~cause, inasmuch as it is 211 1, 76 | subject, and as something material with regard to the ~intelligence. 212 1, 77 | and taste are the most material of all: of the distinction 213 1, 78 | abstraction of the species from material conditions. And such is 214 1, 79 | in the objects, and not material diversity, ~which demands 215 1, 81 | intrinsic principle - either material, as when we say that everything ~ 216 1, 83 | demonstration through moving and ~material causes. Secondly, because 217 1, 83 | immobility, the species of material and mobile bodies: for the 218 1, 83 | through bodies, ~nor through material and corporeal species; but 219 1, 83 | known are ~corporeal and material, held that things known 220 1, 83 | the existence of our four material elements and two ~principles 221 1, 83 | the soul's knowledge is material, thus failing ~to discern 222 1, 83 | hold. First, because in the material principle ~of which they 223 1, 83 | why things which have a material existence outside the ~soul 224 1, 83 | conclude, therefore, that material things known must needs 225 1, 83 | indeed, ~but subject to material conditions. Moreover, among 226 1, 83 | because it is the least material, as we have ~remarked above ( 227 1, 83 | of the principles of all material things. Now this is proper 228 1, 83 | of the sensible forms and material things, from ~which we gather 229 1, 83 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Material things, as to the being 230 1, 83 | intellectual soul knows material things in the eternal types?~ 231 1, 83 | intellectual soul does not know material ~things in the eternal types. 232 1, 83 | us to ~have knowledge of material things; therefore this same 233 1, 83 | that it is in a way the material cause.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 234 1, 83 | nature of a stone or any material thing cannot be ~known completely 235 1, 84 | understands corporeal and material things by ~abstraction from 236 1, 84 | understand corporeal ~and material things by abstraction from 237 1, 84 | really is. Now ~the forms of material things do not exist as abstracted 238 1, 84 | Therefore, if we ~understand material things by abstraction of 239 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, material things are those natural 240 1, 84 | its definition. Therefore material things cannot be ~understood 241 1, 84 | individualization. Therefore material things cannot be understood 242 1, 84 | from matter." Therefore ~material things must needs be understood 243 1, 84 | abstracted ~from matter and from material images, namely, phantasms.~ 244 1, 84 | for though angels know material things, yet they do not 245 1, 84 | our intellect understands material ~things by abstracting from 246 1, 84 | the phantasms; and through material things ~thus considered 247 1, 84 | the contrary, angels know material things through the immaterial.~ 248 1, 84 | belong to the species of a material thing, such as a ~stone, 249 1, 84 | according to the mode of a material thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 250 1, 84 | what is outside the soul is material, nothing therein can be ~ 251 1, 84 | after the fashion of a material principle, because the generic 252 1, 84 | taken from that which is material in a thing, while the idea 253 1, 84 | intellect is the quiddity of a material thing, which comes under ~ 254 1, 84 | the imagination. Now in a material thing ~there is a twofold 255 1, 84 | intellect is the "quiddity" of a material thing; ~and hence, properly 256 1, 84 | state is the ~quiddity of a material thing, which it abstracts 257 1, 85 | WHAT OUR INTELLECT KNOWS IN MATERIAL THINGS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 258 1, 85 | what our intellect knows in material things. ~Under this head 259 1, 85 | cannot know the singular in material things ~directly and primarily. 260 1, 85 | principle of ~singularity in material things is individual matter, 261 1, 85 | singular not as ~such, but as material, for nothing can be understood 262 1, 85 | which is the quiddity of a material thing. Now in material things 263 1, 85 | a material thing. Now in material things the ~infinite does 264 1, 85 | unlimited by matter; whereas in material things, the ~term 'infinite' 265 1, 85 | form, it follows that the material infinite is in itself unknowable. 266 1, 85 | a natural ~aptitude for material objects only. Therefore 267 1, 85 | present life except through material effects. In the future life 268 1, 85 | from ~time, and from other material conditions. Therefore, as 269 1, 86 | intellect, so far as it knows material things, does ~not know save 270 1, 86 | this life our intellect has material and sensible things for 271 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, material things outside the soul 272 1, 86 | object is the nature ~of a material thing as stated above (Q[ 273 1, 86 | object is ~the nature of a material thing. And therefore that 274 1, 86 | true," as ~considered in material things, as we have said 275 1, 86 | act ~and perfection of the material nature understood, as if 276 1, 86 | as if the nature of the ~material thing and intelligent act 277 1, 86 | of the immutation in the ~material organ caused by the external 278 1, 86 | the external sensible. A material object, ~however, cannot 279 1, 86 | of understanding ~by the material immutation of an organ; 280 1, 87 | thereof by the knowledge of ~material things?~(3) Whether God 281 1, 87 | akin ~to immaterial than to material things; since its own nature 282 1, 87 | then our mind understands material things, much more is it 283 1, 87 | us most intelligible. As material ~things, however, are intelligible 284 1, 87 | by abstracting them from material conditions, it is clear 285 1, 87 | more known to us than are material ~things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 286 1, 87 | by us; and, further, that material objects are known by ~the 287 1, 87 | relationship to the natures of ~material things; and therefore it 288 1, 87 | to ~us, we can understand material things. Now he said that 289 1, 87 | can understand all things material ~and immaterial. In this 290 1, 87 | substances than to understand all material things. ~Hence it clearly 291 1, 87 | that the knowledge of all material things would ~not make the 292 1, 87 | world to understand all material things: and thus no one, ~ 293 1, 87 | state of life, extend ~to material things only, which are made 294 1, 87 | and therefore it knows material things rather than immaterial ~ 295 1, 87 | But we do not ~understand material and immaterial substances 296 1, 87 | through its ~knowledge of material things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 297 1, 87 | through the knowledge of material things. For Dionysius says ( 298 1, 87 | unless it is led thereto by material ~guidance according to its 299 1, 87 | Therefore we can be led by ~material things to know immaterial 300 1, 87 | by which it ~understands material things. Therefore also other 301 1, 87 | things. Therefore also other material substances can ~be understood 302 1, 87 | understood by us, through their material effects.~Aquin.: SMT FP 303 1, 87 | understood by us through material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 304 1, 87 | abstract the quiddity of material ~things from matter, anything 305 1, 87 | things from matter, anything material residing in that abstracted ~ 306 1, 87 | forms and ~species of these material things; as the Platonists 307 1, 87 | altogether ~from the quiddity of material things, it follows that 308 1, 87 | abstract the quiddity of material things from matter, it could ~ 309 1, 87 | immaterial substances through material ~substances.~Aquin.: SMT 310 1, 87 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: From material things we can rise to some 311 1, 87 | adequate proportion between material and immaterial ~things, 312 1, 87 | the likenesses drawn from material things for the ~understanding 313 1, 87 | and by their relation to material things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 314 1, 87 | act, nor through any other material thing, ~because there is 315 1, 87 | the same natural ~genus as material substances, for they do 316 1, 87 | has no connection with ~material things, as regards either 317 1, 87 | the likeness derived from material things we can know something 318 1, 87 | life is the "quiddity of a material thing," which is the proper 319 1, 89 | is not to be taken in the material ~sense; but as regards the 320 1, 89 | spirit." Moreover, in the material sense, man by breathing ~ 321 1, 89 | has in itself something material is produced from matter. 322 1, 89 | But ~the soul is in part material, since it is not a pure 323 1, 89 | simple essence is as the material element, while ~its participated 324 1, 90 | corporeal matter except by some ~material change. But all corporeal 325 1, 90 | the ~aid of any preceding material form. For this reason the 326 1, 90 | this ~be a more beautiful material, because this very beauty 327 1, 91 | active force or from some ~material indisposition, or even from 328 1, 91 | woman's body was formed by a material ~increase, without anything 329 1, 101 | 4: The tree of life is a material tree, and so called because ~ 330 1, 101 | in the desert ~was of a material nature, and yet signified 331 1, 101 | knowledge of good and evil was a material tree, so called in ~view 332 1, 103 | non-existence; or they are material, and then they continue 333 1, 107 | Thrones" by its relation to material seats, in which we may ~ 334 1, 107 | God. Secondly, because in ~material seats is displayed strength, 335 1, 107 | belongs to ~nature is the material part of an order; whilst 336 1, 109 | because they said that the material forms are participations 337 1, 111 | surpasses all the multitude of material things; so that, as the ~ 338 1, 111 | in that it exceeds all material multitude. This ~is signified 339 1, 114 | referred accidents ~to the material principles which are "the 340 1, 114 | those accidents are merely ~material dispositions in regard to 341 1, 114 | active principle above these material ~dispositions.~Aquin.: SMT 342 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All material things obey money, so far 343 2, 2 | who know no other than material goods, which can be ~obtained 344 2, 2 | infinite as ~compared to material things, since a form is, 345 2, 4 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: All those material promises contained in Holy 346 2, 4 | Monte i, 5), it is ~not material heaven that is described 347 2, 5 | man considers truth in material things: ~wherefore "he understands 348 2, 7 | and "about what" to the material cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 349 2, 7 | circumstance "why"; as to the material cause, or ~object, in the 350 2, 10 | is either matter or the material form, as stated in ~Phys. 351 2, 20 | which ~results from the material and formal element is one 352 2, 22 | appetite; wherefore the material element in the definitions ~ 353 2, 28 | appetite. But in respect of the material ~element in the passion 354 2, 29 | which they are in their material and sensitive nature. Wherefore 355 2, 30 | active object, ~causes a material difference of passions: 356 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, material differences makes no difference 357 2, 30 | objects; which amounts to a material ~difference, which is one 358 2, 30 | are not, is not merely a material difference; it ~is also, 359 2, 31 | But this ~difference is material: whereas contrariety is 360 2, 31 | pleasure, cause not only a material, but also a formal ~difference, 361 2, 35 | the outward sense is more material than the ~inward sense, 362 2, 35 | sensitive appetite is more material than the ~intellective. 363 2, 37 | transmutation which is their material element, is in conformity 364 2, 42 | seem greater. ~Because all material things, whether good or 365 2, 43 | efficient cause, or by way of material disposition. Thus the object 366 2, 43 | while its cause by way of ~material disposition, is a habit 367 2, 43 | of its object, by way of material disposition. And ~thus it 368 2, 43 | love causes fear by way of material ~disposition, as stated 369 2, 43 | cause: one is by way of a material disposition, on the part 370 2, 44 | bodily transmutation is the material element. Both of these are ~ 371 2, 48 | which commotion is the material element of ~anger. In this 372 2, 49 | accordance with which the material potentiality [potentia materiae] 373 2, 50 | substances, and that there is no material ~potentiality in them, and 374 2, 50 | since though there is no material potentiality ~in angels, 375 2, 50 | Maximus must be understood of material ~habits and accidents.~Aquin.: 376 2, 51 | the ~body, which is the material principle. Yet in neither 377 2, 52 | the reason that they were material and so had a certain ~want 378 2, 52 | more or ~less, but that material forms are.~Aquin.: SMT FS 379 2, 52 | matter," i.e. in ~respect of material dispositions, "more or less 380 2, 54 | consider ~the object not in its material but in its formal aspect, 381 2, 55 | in general. And ~so for material cause we have the subject, 382 2, 57 | is taken, not from their material objects, but from the formal ~ 383 2, 57 | formal aspect and of the material object: thus it belongs ~ 384 2, 60 | not in respect of their material objects, ~but according 385 2, 63 | concupiscences: while the material ~element is something on 386 2, 66 | regard to that which is material in the moral virtues, viz. 387 2, 67 | quasi-material element. The material element ~in these virtues 388 2, 67 | future life, as regards their material element. For in the future 389 2, 67 | moral virtues, ~as to their material element; thus he speaks 390 2, 67 | active life, belong to the material element of the virtues.~ 391 2, 67 | understood as referring ~to the material element in science, and 392 2, 67 | habit of science as to its material ~element, viz. the phantasms, 393 2, 67 | compound of matter and form in material ~things, so does the difference, 394 2, 67 | signifying that which is material; the difference, by ~signifying 395 2, 69 | sometimes do not receive material rewards in ~this life, yet 396 2, 70 | been transferred from the material ~to the spiritual world. 397 2, 70 | world. Now fruit, among material things, is the product ~ 398 2, 72 | about ~things spiritual and material as Gregory says (Moral. 399 2, 72 | Further, of all the causes the material cause seems to have least ~ 400 2, 72 | object in a sin is like its material ~cause. Since, therefore, 401 2, 72 | Because the "formal" and the ~"material" cause regard properly the 402 2, 72 | twofold difference in sins; a material ~difference and a formal 403 2, 72 | a formal difference: the material difference is to be ~observed 404 2, 72 | from one ~another in the material specific difference, which 405 2, 72 | Accordingly, if we refer to the ~material species in sins of omission 406 2, 72 | species, but only according to material ~species, as stated.~Aquin.: 407 2, 72 | objection considers the material diversity of sins. It ~must 408 2, 74 | because "the efficient and the material cause do not ~coincide" ( 409 2, 75 | declares (Div. Nom. iv). ~The material and formal cause seems to 410 2, 75 | sin cannot have ~either a material or a formal cause.~Aquin.: 411 2, 75 | after the ~manner of a material cause, one sin is the cause 412 2, 75 | of theft, the former is material while the ~latter is formal.~ 413 2, 77 | moved by that which is ~material. Now the will is an immaterial 414 2, 77 | sensitive appetite is a material force, since it is ~seated 415 2, 81 | in its mother, as in its material and passive principle. ~ 416 2, 82 | s powers, is a ~kind of material element in respect of original 417 2, 82 | ignorance is comprised among the material ~defects of original sin.~ 418 2, 87 | of the virtuous man, by material gifts." The ~very fact that 419 2, 98 | together, ~but prepares the material by means of the workmen 420 2, 102 | people were able to perceived material ~things, the inner nature 421 2, 102 | uncleanness cannot be cleansed by material ~water or by shaving the 422 2, 102 | rational, made of the same material; it was square ~in shape, 423 2, 109 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The material sun sheds its light outside 424 2, 1 | known materially, and is the material object, so to ~speak, and, 425 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, material differences can be multiplied 426 2, 1 | notice should be taken of a ~material division of matters of faith 427 2, 1 | hand, in the order of the material cause, the imperfect comes ~ 428 2, 2 | One of ~these is the material object of faith, and in 429 2, 5 | creature, and something material, namely, the ~thing to which 430 2, 5 | which are proposed as the material object of ~faith, some are 431 2, 5 | secondly, in respect of the material object which ~is proposed 432 2, 7 | the First Truth; but the material object of faith includes 433 2, 10 | difference depends not on material but on ~formal principles. 434 2, 22 | have the character of a ~material cause.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 435 2, 25 | mother is a passive ~and material principle. Consequently, 436 2, 26 | formal, efficient, and ~material, to which a material disposition 437 2, 26 | and ~material, to which a material disposition also is to be 438 2, 26 | reducible to the genus of a material cause, we speak of loving ~ 439 2, 31 | when a man owes anyone a ~material due, such as the payment 440 2, 31 | person, whether it be a material or a spiritual good, without ~ 441 2, 31 | whether those favors be material or spiritual ~goods, but 442 2, 38 | recourse themselves to ~material arms, but by means of spiritual 443 2, 40 | imply any preparation for a material fight as ~sedition does, 444 2, 45 | intellectual virtues by ~a material difference of objects. " 445 2, 57 | acceptation, not in its material and indirect acceptation.~ 446 2, 57 | suffering injustice, the material element is that ~which is 447 2, 57 | accompany one another, in the material sense. But if we speak in 448 2, 72 | end rather ~than on the material object, wherefore, by reason 449 2, 77 | virtue. Hence it is a. ~material part, so to speak, thereof, 450 2, 80 | by fatness which is the material of fire [*Cant. ~8:6; Ps. 451 2, 81 | spiritual sense, but also in a material sense. Therefore we ~should 452 2, 85 | in the name of tithes are material, ~wherefore they may come 453 2, 89 | promises - and because these material ~instruments were figures 454 2, 92 | god, not by reason of its material substance, but by ~reason 455 2, 95 | religion, as regards the ~material act which it pays just as 456 2, 96 | importance than that which is material, he that ~swears to a falsehood 457 2, 97 | according to the sacred things. Material diversity does not differentiate ~ 458 2, 97 | sacred things is not only a ~material, but also a formal difference. ~ 459 2, 97 | specifically as to their material ~acts, and to belong to 460 2, 98 | cannot be sold. Yet their ~material can be sold for the needs 461 2, 98 | be made out of the same material ~they would have to be consecrated 462 2, 102 | Nothing prevents the one same material object from ~admitting two 463 2, 105 | 1: In every sin there is material ingratitude to God, inasmuch ~ 464 2, 108 | act towards the end, as material to formal, as ~stated above ( 465 2, 116 | to a mutable good is the material ~element, the gravity of 466 2, 137 | avoid loving earthly and material things, must toil."~Aquin.: 467 2, 147 | Reply OBJ 1: Just as the material wine intoxicates a man as 468 2, 150 | persevering therein. The material element is expressed ~indirectly 469 2, 150 | Divine things: while the material ~element in virginity is 470 2, 150 | their birth that which is material in ~virginity, namely integrity 471 2, 150 | reason of that which is material in ~them. For nothing hinders 472 2, 150 | not as to that which is material therein. For if a ~magnificent 473 2, 160 | mutable good, and this is the material part of sin; and aversion 474 2, 169 | the manifestation of the ~material sight takes place through 475 2, 169 | sight takes place through material light, so too the ~manifestation 476 2, 169 | of an abiding form, ~as material light is in the sun, and 477 2, 173 | vegetative soul are more material than ~those of the sensitive 478 2, 181 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The material diversity of human acts 479 3, 10 | something to be ~taken. But as material things can be received by 480 3, 14 | remote, and results from the material ~principles of the human 481 3, 23 | at the same time; ~not so material goods. Wherefore none can 482 3, 23 | Wherefore none can receive a material inheritance ~except the 483 3, 23 | intelligibility, because the material form of a house is not ~ 484 3, 25 | therefore, is it due to the material image which represents ~ 485 3, 25 | painted image in insensible ~material.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 486 3, 25 | Christ's cross in any ~other material whatever - for instance, 487 3, 25 | of Christ's cross in any material, but ~not the image of the 488 3, 31 | that admits ~of nought but material images, are utterly unable 489 3, 31 | principle, ~but not as in its material principle: in other words, 490 3, 36 | Whereas others, occupied with material things, are led ~through 491 3, 36 | as being occupied with material ~things, Christ's birth 492 3, 41 | beauty and splendor of ~material things, but even of filthy 493 3, 45 | waters ~bearing the weight of material and earthly feet."~Aquin.: 494 3, 46 | Church." While, instead of material fire, there was the spiritual 495 3, 61 | being taken up with the ~material world would be unable to 496 3, 61 | activity chiefly towards material things. Lest, therefore, 497 3, 62 | according to the ~order of the material cause, the reverse is the 498 3, 66 | sacrament he says that it is "a material element": and in defining ~ 499 3, 66 | in so far as water is the material ~principle of Baptism: and 500 3, 68 | hers by ~continuity and material union of the part with the


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