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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 13 | that, "HE WHO IS, is the ~principal of all names applied to 2 1, 13 | This name "good" is the principal name of God in so far as ~ 3 1, 14 | in another, but by the principal object understood in which 4 1, 14 | this is the image of the principal thing ~understood, which 5 1, 15 | xlvi), "Ideas ~are certain principal forms, or permanent and 6 1, 15 | proper intention of the principal agent, as the order of an 7 1, 18 | signification of which is ~their principal object; but sometimes, and 8 1, 18 | moves the agent: and the principal ~agent is that which acts 9 1, 18 | its own form, but of ~the principal agent, and does no more 10 1, 19 | OBJ 3: A will of which the principal object is a good outside ~ 11 1, 19 | relation to its proper and principal object, for instance the 12 1, 22 | extrinsic end to all things, the principal good in things themselves 13 1, 23 | knowledge, but also ~by way of a principal pre-ordination.~Aquin.: 14 1, 23 | to the proportion of the principal parts to the ~good of the 15 1, 45 | dispositively to the effect of the ~principal agent. If therefore it effects 16 1, 45 | the proper effect of the principal agent. Now ~the proper effect 17 1, 49 | of action, either of the principal or the ~instrumental agent; 18 1, 57 | can ~work in it Who is its principal object and last end: this 19 1, 69 | here in respect of its ~principal property, namely, dryness. 20 1, 73 | the other is the first and principal explanation.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 74 | the universe, nor of the ~principal divisions of the world. 22 1, 76 | supposing there is one principal agent, and two ~instruments, 23 1, 76 | one instrument and several principal agents, we might say that 24 1, 76 | If, however, there is one principal agent, and one instrument, 25 1, 77 | since that which is the less principal exists for the ~sake of 26 1, 77 | of that which is the more principal, matter therefore exists 27 1, 46 | dispositively to the effect of the ~principal agent. If therefore it effects 28 1, 46 | the proper effect of the principal agent. Now ~the proper effect 29 1, 50 | of action, either of the principal or the ~instrumental agent; 30 1, 58 | can ~work in it Who is its principal object and last end: this 31 1, 70 | here in respect of its ~principal property, namely, dryness. 32 1, 72 | the other is the first and principal explanation.~Aquin.: SMT 33 1, 73 | the universe, nor of the ~principal divisions of the world. 34 1, 75 | supposing there is one principal agent, and two ~instruments, 35 1, 75 | one instrument and several principal agents, we might say that 36 1, 75 | If, however, there is one principal agent, and one instrument, 37 1, 76 | since that which is the less principal exists for the ~sake of 38 1, 76 | of that which is the more principal, matter therefore exists 39 1, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the principal function of free-will is 40 1, 83 | senses, and its first and ~principal objects are founded in sensible 41 1, 87 | understood, either as ~the principal agent is to the instrument, 42 1, 87 | of these two ways; to a ~principal agent and to an instrument, 43 1, 92 | The image of God, in its principal signification, namely ~the 44 1, 102 | of government. ~But the principal parts of the world are by 45 1, 103 | the ~first cause is the principal cause of the preservation 46 1, 103 | though He remains the ~principal cause of their preservation.~ 47 1, 107 | which occupies the first and principal place in the Divine ~ministrations), 48 1, 109 | due to the power of their principal ~agents, and which cannot 49 1, 109 | this ~it is that takes the principal place in the effect. For 50 1, 109 | substantial form which takes the principal ~place in the corporeal 51 1, 112 | as to its ultimate and principal effect. Nevertheless it 52 1, 116 | principle, art, acts, not as principal agent, ~but as helping the 53 1, 116 | agent, ~but as helping the principal agent, but as helping the 54 1, 116 | agent, but as helping the principal agent, ~which is the interior 55 1, 116 | the interior nature is the principal ~cause of the healing, so 56 1, 116 | of the intellect is the ~principal cause of knowledge. But 57 1, 117 | certain motive ~power from the principal agent. And as it matters 58 1, 117 | the instrument or by the principal agent, so ~neither does 59 1, 117 | produced in one of ~the principal parts of the thing generated, 60 1, 117 | because this force is not the principal but the instrumental agent; 61 2, 1 | as an instrument to ~the principal agent, as stated above ( 62 2, 3 | that, in regard to ~the principal thing known, which is His 63 2, 6 | defined as not only one, "the ~principal whereof is from without," 64 2, 7 | about what"; as to the principal efficient ~cause, in the 65 2, 14 | of an instrument, for the principal agent ~and the instrument 66 2, 15 | is called the master or principal art.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[15] 67 2, 16 | instruments are compared to the principal agent. Now action is properly ~ 68 2, 16 | the instrument, but to the principal agent, as building ~is ascribed 69 2, 18 | directing reason, as the principal ~condition of the object 70 2, 18 | considered here as the ~principal condition of the object, 71 2, 18 | but when it ~becomes a principal condition of the object, 72 2, 21 | Divine power ~which is the principal cause of his action; hence 73 2, 25 | one another;~(4) The four principal passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 25 | Whether these are the four principal passions: joy, sadness, 75 2, 25 | and fear are not the four ~principal passions. For Augustine ( 76 2, 25 | execution or generation. The ~principal passions should therefore 77 2, 25 | final passions, will ~be the principal passions; or in the order 78 2, 25 | and thus love will be the principal passion. Therefore joy and 79 2, 25 | no way be called the four principal passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 80 2, 25 | despair should be reckoned as ~principal passions, since they cause 81 2, 25 | in enumerating the four ~principal passions, says: ~(tm) "Banish 82 2, 25 | are commonly called the principal passions. ~Two of them, 83 2, 25 | sadness, are said to be principal because in ~them all the 84 2, 25 | ii, 5. Fear and ~hope are principal passions, not because they 85 2, 25 | that ~these four are the principal passions, because they are 86 2, 25 | OBJ 2: These are called principal passions, in the order of ~ 87 2, 25 | can anger be reckoned a ~principal passion, because it is an 88 2, 25 | daring, which cannot be a ~principal passion, as we shall state 89 2, 25 | Consequently these cannot be principal passions; because ~that 90 2, 25 | accidental cannot be said to be principal. And so neither ~can anger 91 2, 25 | neither ~can anger be called a principal passion, because it arises 92 2, 31 | intellect and reason is the principal ~part of man's nature, since 93 2, 32 | pleasant, because love is the principal cause of pleasure.~Aquin.: 94 2, 34 | the architect," i.e. the principal, ~"end [*St. Thomas took " 95 2, 40 | reckoned as one of the four principal passions. But ~Augustine 96 2, 40 | in setting down the four principal passions puts cupidity in ~ 97 2, 44 | instrument, and by defect of the principal ~mover. On the part of the 98 2, 45 | too, daring cannot be a principal passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 99 2, 56 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, "the principal act of moral virtue is choice" ( 100 2, 57 | prudence, but rather is a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 101 2, 57 | as secondary virtues to a principal virtue: ~and we shall speak 102 2, 58 | however ~perfect be the principal agent employing an instrument, 103 2, 61 | should be called cardinal or principal ~virtues?~(2) Of their number;~( 104 2, 61 | should be called cardinal or principal virtues?~Aquin.: SMT FS 105 2, 61 | not be called cardinal or ~principal virtues. For "the opposite 106 2, 61 | x), so that one is not principal rather than ~another. Now 107 2, 61 | of them should be called principal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[61] A[ 108 2, 61 | OBJ 2: Further, the end is principal as compared to the means. 109 2, 61 | virtues, should be called principal or cardinal.~Aquin.: SMT 110 2, 61 | which is essentially so is principal in comparison ~with that 111 2, 61 | intellectual virtues are principal, rather than ~the moral 112 2, 61 | evident that the perfect is principal as compared ~to the imperfect: 113 2, 61 | the ~appetite are called principal virtues. Such are the moral 114 2, 61 | virtues which are called principal or cardinal are fittingly 115 2, 61 | Therefore prudence alone is a principal ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 116 2, 61 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the principal virtues are, in a way, moral 117 2, 61 | in order that a virtue be principal, it needs not to rank ~above 118 2, 61 | that there are ~many more principal virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 119 2, 61 | reason: and thus we have one principal ~virtue, called "Prudence." 120 2, 61 | Reply OBJ 1: Prudence is the principal of all the virtues simply. 121 2, 61 | simply. The ~others are principal, each in its own genus.~ 122 2, 61 | virtues should be called principal rather than these?~Aquin.: 123 2, 61 | virtues should be called principal ~rather than these. For, 124 2, 61 | seemingly, the greatest is the principal in any ~genus. Now "magnanimity 125 2, 61 | more than any be called a principal ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 126 2, 61 | should above ~all be called a principal virtue. But such is humility: 127 2, 61 | seems ~above all to be a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 128 2, 61 | most perfect seems to be principal. But ~this applies to patience, 129 2, 61 | patience should be reckoned a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 130 2, 61 | this way they are called ~principal, being general, as it were, 131 2, 61 | others. Yet they are ~called principal in comparison with the other 132 2, 61 | the other virtues may ~be principal in some other way, but these 133 2, 61 | way, but these are called principal by reason ~of their matter, 134 2, 62 | regards two things. One as its principal object, viz. the good hoped ~ 135 2, 65 | lower power: for ~if the principal agent were well disposed, 136 2, 66 | with prudence, are called principal ~virtues, in excellence 137 2, 66 | its helping or ~adorning a principal virtue: even as substance 138 2, 66 | imperfect in respect ~of its principal object, which is God, it 139 2, 68 | not an ~instrument, but a principal agent. Therefore the gifts 140 2, 68 | the Holy Ghost, Who is the principal mover, and not on ~the part 141 2, 68 | gift of fear. Because ~the principal reason for fearing God is 142 2, 68 | order of dignity. For the principal gift is, seemingly, that 143 2, 69 | differently. Because the ~principal motive for meekness is reverence 144 2, 69 | sorrow [Vulg: labor]." The principal motive ~for hungering after 145 2, 73 | as its object is a more principal end. But the principal ~ 146 2, 73 | more principal end. But the principal ~ends of human acts are 147 2, 74 | deliberation of reason, since the principal part of man does nothing ~ 148 2, 75 | causing heat ~in virtue of its principal tendency, consequently causes 149 2, 83 | as in its ~cause, either principal, or instrumental; secondly, 150 2, 83 | Adam indeed, as in its ~principal cause, according to the 151 2, 83 | effect; but only in the principal cause: and, in this way, ~ 152 2, 84 | virtues. But there are four principal virtues, as ~stated above ( 153 2, 84 | Therefore there are only four principal or ~capital vices.~Aquin.: 154 2, 84 | 77]). But there are four principal passions of the soul; two 155 2, 84 | and ~envy. Therefore the principal sins are unfittingly enumerated.~ 156 2, 84 | Further, anger is not a principal passion. Therefore it should 157 2, 84 | not be placed among the principal vices.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 158 2, 84 | there is no need for the principal vices to ~be contrary to 159 2, 84 | vices to ~be contrary to the principal virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 160 2, 84 | Although anger is not a principal passion, yet it has a ~distinct 161 2, 84 | the capital sin as being principal. Wherefore ~pride, like 162 2, 98 | himself ~exercises the principal and perfect acts; while 163 2, 99 | reasonable: because, just as the principal intention of human law is 164 2, 100 | decalogue. For the first and ~principal precepts of the Law are, " 165 2, 104 | the reason, which is the principal in moral matters, holds 166 2, 106 | New Law, not as to its ~principal, but as to its secondary 167 2, 108 | specifically, as they hold the principal place, and are most ~often 168 2, 109 | things is the ~proper and principal act of charity. Now man 169 2, 110 | essence of the soul is the principal of vital deeds through the ~ 170 2, 111 | inferior agent, and ~not to the principal agent. But grace works in 171 2, 111 | secondary agent under a principal agent, but when it helps 172 2, 111 | the teacher to know the ~principal conclusions of the science, 173 2, 112 | forth the action of the principal agent by its own power, 174 2, 112 | power, but in virtue ~of the principal agent. Hence Christ's humanity 175 2, 112 | the Divine power being the principal agent, so ~likewise in the 176 2, 112 | Reply OBJ 3: Sin has for its principal object commutable good, 177 2, 5 | renders apparent or seen the principal object of faith. Now the 178 2, 5 | object of faith. Now the principal ~object of faith is the 179 2, 8 | as though these were its principal ~object, but in so far as 180 2, 16 | Therefore the proper and principal object of hope is ~eternal 181 2, 16 | things in reference to ~its principal object.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 182 2, 16 | kinds of cause we find a principal and a secondary cause. For 183 2, 16 | secondary cause. For the ~principal end is the last end, while 184 2, 16 | end. In like manner the principal efficient cause is the ~ 185 2, 16 | evident that God ~is the principal object of hope, considered 186 2, 16 | that is referred to ~its principal object. Thus faith can have 187 2, 16 | extremes, as regards its principal object, since ~it is impossible 188 2, 17 | since the good which is the principal object of this virtue, is ~ 189 2, 17 | takes its species from its principal object, even as the other ~ 190 2, 17 | Q[54], A[2]): and its ~principal object is eternal happiness 191 2, 17 | the virtue of hope, the ~principal object of which is not the 192 2, 17 | God for its ~object, its principal object is the glory of the 193 2, 18 | not this be feared as the ~principal evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] 194 2, 18 | natural good, as being the principal evil in opposition to ~the 195 2, 18 | dread this evil as being the principal evil. Such ~fear of punishment 196 2, 18 | punishment is dreaded as a principal evil, as ~explained above ( 197 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 2: The proper and principal object of fear is the evil ~ 198 2, 18 | obtain God ~Himself, as the principal good. The same evidently 199 2, 19 | every ~mortal sin takes its principal malice and gravity from 200 2, 22 | but a virtuous man as the principal person, but for his sake 201 2, 22 | not true: for God is the ~principal object of charity, while 202 2, 22 | particular. The ultimate and principal good of man is the enjoyment ~ 203 2, 22 | it can be directed to the principal good, which is the last 204 2, 22 | which is directed to man's principal good; thus also the ~Philosopher 205 2, 22 | reason of this is that the principal of moral acts is the will, ~ 206 2, 24 | man as though he were the principal ~author of salvation, but 207 2, 25 | its operation, since the principal inclination of each part 208 2, 25 | than his neighbor. For the principal object of charity is ~God, 209 2, 25 | motive of love. For the principal reason why a man loves his 210 2, 26 | of charity, and (1) the principal act of ~charity, which is 211 2, 27 | effects which result from the principal act of ~charity which is 212 2, 34 | contrary to pity, their principal objects being contrary to ~ 213 2, 34 | that it should have some ~principal reason for being itself 214 2, 37 | two objects; one is its principal object and is ~the Divine 215 2, 37 | charity in respect of its principal object, is not less ~grievous 216 2, 45 | stated above (A[8]), its ~principal act is one of command, whereby 217 2, 45 | universals does not destroy the ~principal part of prudence, but hinders 218 2, 46 | the whole power of the principal virtue. In this way the 219 2, 47 | them must needs be the principal to which all the others 220 2, 47 | Accordingly foresight is the principal of all the parts ~of prudence, 221 2, 47 | providentia] as from its principal part.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] 222 2, 48 | regnative prudence after the ~principal act of a king which is to 223 2, 48 | diversity one act of virtue is ~principal as compared with another. 224 2, 49 | command as to that which is principal, ~so {euboulia} (deliberating 225 2, 49 | directed to prudence as to a ~principal virtue, without which it 226 2, 49 | thereto, as a secondary to a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 227 2, 49 | further need of a final and principal virtue, which ~commands 228 2, 53 | instrument on account of the principal ~agent. Hence the flesh 229 2, 53 | about the future, since its principal part is "foresight of future ~ 230 2, 56 | pleasure and pain are the ~principal end in respect of which 231 2, 56 | to justice as ~to their principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 232 2, 59 | both kinds of justice the ~principal actions themselves, whereby 233 2, 59 | be committed against the principal, may be committed against ~ 234 2, 60 | restitution, who is the principal in ~the deed; first of all, 235 2, 63 | of his own just ~as the principal person has, so that something 236 2, 63 | against the will of the principal person, as in the case of ~ 237 2, 68 | witnesses disagree certain principal circumstances ~which change 238 2, 76 | consequently the proper ~and principal use of money is its consumption 239 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: The principal use of a silver vessel is 240 2, 76 | it. On the other hand the principal use of silver money is ~ 241 2, 76 | account of his own industry as principal cause. Wherefore ~he has 242 2, 77 | act of justice, and the ~principal part, so to speak, thereof. 243 2, 78 | the virtues annexed to ~a principal virtue. The first is that 244 2, 78 | something in ~common with the principal virtue; and the second is 245 2, 78 | of justice, which is the principal virtue. On the other hand, ~ 246 2, 80 | as stated above, are its principal acts; secondly, ~we shall 247 2, 80 | answer that, The direct and principal effect of devotion is the ~ 248 2, 81 | temporal things not as ~the principal object of our petition, 249 2, 81 | supersubstantial," i.e. "principal," ~as Jerome expounds it.~ 250 2, 83 | interior acts: and this is the principal sacrifice. The ~second is 251 2, 83 | above (A[2]). The first ~and principal is the inward sacrifice, 252 2, 86 | life elsewhere. But if his principal intention is to bind himself 253 2, 98 | choice, which takes the principal part in virtue and vice. ~ 254 2, 100 | special justice, which is a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 255 2, 102 | devotion, ~which is the principal act of religion. Wherefore 256 2, 107 | consequently and beside his principal intention. ~For the brave 257 2, 107 | a consequence beside his principal intention.~Aquin.: SMT SS 258 2, 107 | justice, ~as secondary to a principal virtue, through having something 259 2, 107 | secondary virtue to its principal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[109] A[ 260 2, 112 | being annexed to it as ~to a principal virtue. Because in common 261 2, 115 | annexed thereto as to a principal virtue. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 262 2, 116 | neither is liberality a principal virtue, nor prodigality 263 2, 116 | called capital which have principal ends, to which the ends 264 2, 116 | it does not follow that principal vice is opposed ~to principal 265 2, 116 | principal vice is opposed ~to principal virtue. Wherefore, although 266 2, 116 | although liberality is not a principal ~virtue, since it does not 267 2, 116 | since it does not regard the principal good of the reason, yet ~ 268 2, 116 | yet ~covetousness is a principal vice, because it regards 269 2, 116 | money, which ~occupies a principal place among sensible goods, 270 2, 117 | observes the mean, the ~principal thing is giving, to which 271 2, 118 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, a more principal virtue is not assigned as 272 2, 118 | assigned as the part of a ~less principal virtue: for it is to the 273 2, 118 | cardinal virtue, as being ~principal, that secondary virtues 274 2, 118 | epikeia" ~seems to be a more principal virtue than justice, as 275 2, 119 | piety will exercise its ~principal act, which is to revere 276 2, 120 | matter included ~in the principal matter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 277 2, 120 | head of murder as being the principal of all. ~Those that are 278 2, 121 | Fortitude ~itself; (2) its principal act, viz. martyrdom; (3) 279 2, 121 | repression of fear. Therefore the principal act of ~fortitude is endurance, 280 2, 121 | good of reason. Now the ~principal act of fortitude is to endure, 281 2, 121 | more imperfect than the principal agent, even as the ~hammer 282 2, 121 | anger is not ~accounted a principal passion; nor is daring which 283 2, 121 | reckoned a ~cardinal or principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 284 2, 121 | among the ~four cardinal or principal virtues.~Aquin.: SMT SS 285 2, 121 | said to be cardinal or principal which have a foremost claim 286 2, 121 | man curbs fear, which is a principal passion, ~as stated above ( 287 2, 126 | secondary virtues ~to the principal virtue. As stated above ( 288 2, 126 | as secondary virtues to ~principal: thus "magnificence" is 289 2, 126 | thereto as secondary to principal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[128] A[ 290 2, 126 | be reduced to the ~four principal parts mentioned by Tully.~ 291 2, 127 | above (FS, Q[61], A[3]), a principal virtue is ~one to which 292 2, 127 | general mode of virtue in a ~principal matter. Now one of the general 293 2, 127 | of ~difficulty, the more principal is the virtue which makes 294 2, 127 | thereto as secondary to principal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 295 2, 132 | something great, ~direct their principal intention, not to something 296 2, 132 | annexed to it as secondary to principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 297 2, 132 | virtue to be annexed to a principal virtue, two things ~are 298 2, 132 | secondary ~virtue agree with the principal, and the other is that in 299 2, 134 | De Morib. Eccl. xv) call principal. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 300 2, 134 | thereto as secondary to principal virtue. For it belongs to ~ 301 2, 134 | matter fortitude has the ~principal place, and that it lays 302 2, 134 | lays claim to that which is principal in ~this matter. Wherefore 303 2, 134 | fortitude as secondary to ~principal virtue, for which reason 304 2, 134 | fortitude ~as secondary to principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 305 2, 135 | regards these which are the ~principal virtues, the act of perseverance 306 2, 135 | the other virtues. Now a principal ~virtue is greater than 307 2, 135 | virtue, but is itself a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 308 2, 135 | FS, Q[61], AA[3],4), a ~principal virtue is one to which is 309 2, 135 | 2]) ~that fortitude is a principal virtue, because it observes 310 2, 135 | fortitude as secondary to principal virtue. Now the endurance ~ 311 2, 135 | fortitude, as ~secondary to principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 312 2, 135 | annexing of secondary to principal virtues depends not ~only 313 2, 138 | fortitude is one of the principal virtues, as stated ~above ( 314 2, 138 | man needs ~not only the principal virtues, but also the secondary 315 2, 138 | only about the ~acts of the principal virtues, but also about 316 2, 139 | Whether it is a cardinal, or principal, virtue?~(8) Whether it 317 2, 139 | gift of fear has for ~its principal object God, Whom it avoids 318 2, 139 | in order to designate the principal things to which ~that common 319 2, 139 | are to ~be considered as principal and others as secondary. 320 2, 139 | others as secondary. The principal thing ~is the use itself 321 2, 139 | Div. ~Nom. iv). Now the principal order of reason is that 322 2, 139 | temperance, seemingly, is not a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 323 2, 139 | Therefore meekness is a principal virtue rather than temperance.~ 324 2, 139 | seemingly, ~humility is a principal virtue rather than temperance 325 2, 139 | reckons temperance among the principal virtues ~(Moral. ii, 49).~ 326 2, 139 | A[11]; Q[61], A[3]), a principal ~or cardinal virtue is so 327 2, 139 | temperance is reckoned a ~principal or cardinal virtue.~Aquin.: 328 2, 139 | temperance comes to be a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 329 2, 139 | control regards a more ~principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 330 2, 139 | wherefore hope is accounted the principal passion in the irascible. 331 2, 139 | mean in such things, is a principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 332 2, 140 | death, to ~avoid which the principal motive is the necessity 333 2, 141 | in these as regards the principal pleasure of the act itself 334 2, 141 | The potential parts of a principal virtue are called secondary 335 2, 141 | virtues: ~for while the principal virtue observes the mode 336 2, 141 | observes the mode in some principal ~matter, these observe the 337 2, 143 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the "principal part of virtue is the interior 338 2, 143 | divides honesty ~into the four principal virtues, into which virtue 339 2, 151 | from that vice as from a principal vice. Now the end of lust 340 2, 151 | from lust, which is the principal species of ~intemperance.~ 341 2, 153 | to temperance, as to a ~principal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 342 2, 155 | Parts are assigned to the principal virtues, in so far as ~they 343 2, 155 | annexed to temperance as principal virtue, and accordingly ~ 344 2, 155 | annexation of secondary to principal virtues depends on ~the 345 2, 155 | They are not reckoned as principal virtues, but are ~annexed 346 2, 155 | annexed to another, as to a principal, virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 347 2, 155 | more rightly reckoned as ~a principal virtue. as stated above ( 348 2, 158 | annexed to ~temperance as its principal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[160] A[ 349 2, 159 | Parts are assigned to a principal virtue by reason of a ~sameness, 350 2, 160 | its lieutenants the seven ~principal vices, that they may despoil 351 2, 160 | but that it is still ~more principal than the capital vices themselves.~ 352 2, 163 | the devil was by way of principal ~agent; whereas the woman 353 2, 163 | there is no parity between principal agent ~and instrument, because 354 2, 163 | instrument, because the principal agent must exceed in power, 355 2, 164 | is ascribed as part of a principal virtue ~resembles the latter 356 2, 164 | subordinate virtue annexed to a principal virtue. Moreover, it is ~ 357 2, 170 | instrument is ascribed to the principal ~agent by whose power the 358 2, 171 | deficient in regard to the ~principal agent. Now the prophet's 359 2, 173 | especially the soul which is the principal part, denotes a man. or 360 2, 176 | case, ~however, God is the principal worker, for He uses instrumentally 361 2, 183 | episcopal office. ~One is principal and final, namely the bishop' 362 2, 184 | to the three ~aforesaid principal vows; for if any of them 363 3, 2 | Hence ~the "first" and principal difference between assumption 364 3, 7 | habits are rooted in the principal agent. Now ~the human nature 365 3, 8 | by door is implied the ~principal authority, inasmuch as it 366 3, 8 | be implied not merely the principal but also ~the secondary 367 3, 13 | instrument, but to ~the principal agent, this omnipotence 368 3, 15 | operations are attributed to ~the principal agent. It is in this way 369 3, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the principal part of a man is the soul 370 3, 18 | instrument to be moved by the principal ~agent, yet diversely, according 371 3, 19 | but one operation of the principal and ~instrumental agent. 372 3, 19 | in ~the operation of the principal agent. And this is what 373 3, 19 | through being moved by the ~principal agent; and yet, besides 374 3, 19 | from the action of the ~principal agent; yet it may have another 375 3, 22 | priesthood, as being the principal priest. Now that which is 376 3, 22 | priest. Now that which is principal is ~not . secondary in regard 377 3, 25 | of God, ~it would be the principal thing in that Man. Wherefore 378 3, 25 | since man is that which is principal in him [*Cf. ~Ethic. ix, 379 3, 34 | of ~comprehension is the principal reward, it seems that Christ 380 3, 37 | Further, Christ is the principal victim, to whom all the 381 3, 37 | among the legal victims the principal was the lamb, ~which was 382 3, 38 | does ~not accomplish its principal effect, which is the inward 383 3, 39 | kingdom: ~and this is the principal effect of baptism, and accomplished 384 3, 39 | be considered. First, the principal power from which it is ~ 385 3, 41 | inordinate fashion. And the principal sign of this is when a man 386 3, 45 | of whom Elias was the ~principal.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 387 3, 48 | efficient agency - namely, the ~principal and the instrumental. Now 388 3, 48 | the instrumental. Now the principal efficient cause of ~man' 389 3, 55 | clarity seems to be the principal of the qualities of a ~glorified 390 3, 56 | although the power of the principal cause is not ~restricted 391 3, 60 | ii) that "words are ~the principal signs used by men"; because 392 3, 60 | forasmuch as they ~are the principal means of signification, 393 3, 62 | 1/1 - OF THE SACRAMENTS' PRINCIPAL EFFECT, WHICH IS GRACE ( 394 3, 62 | sacraments. First of their ~principal effect, which is grace; 395 3, 62 | efficient cause is twofold, ~principal and instrumental. The principal 396 3, 62 | principal and instrumental. The principal cause works by the power 397 3, 62 | whereby it is moved by the principal agent: ~so that the effect 398 3, 62 | the instrument but to the principal ~agent: for instance, the 399 3, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The principal cause cannot properly be 400 3, 62 | far as it is moved by the ~principal agent. And in this sense 401 3, 62 | but by the power of the ~principal agent: the other is its 402 3, 62 | that which causes grace as ~principal agent; for this belongs 403 3, 62 | as the instrument to the principal agent. For ~an instrument, 404 3, 62 | work save as moved by the ~principal agent, which works of itself. 405 3, 62 | therefore the power of the ~principal agent exists in nature completely 406 3, 62 | through its being moved by the principal agent, so does a sacrament ~ 407 3, 62 | the one same power of the principal agent is ~instrumentally 408 3, 62 | stick by the hand. Now the principal efficient cause of ~grace 409 3, 62 | Eucharist, which are the principal ~sacraments.~Aquin.: SMT 410 3, 62 | God, ~quickens souls as principal agent; but His flesh, and 411 3, 63 | a man a likeness to some principal person in whom is vested ~ 412 3, 63 | rather the condition of the principal agent: and consequently 413 3, 63 | of the immobility of the ~principal mover.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 414 3, 64 | an effect; first, as a ~principal agent; secondly, as an instrument. 415 3, 64 | power which ~flows from the principal agent, which is God. In 416 3, 64 | through the power of the principal agent, ~which is God.~Aquin.: 417 3, 64 | instrument has its power from the principal agent. But an agent in ~ 418 3, 64 | belongs to him who ~acts as principal agent in producing the inward 419 3, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the principal agent in causing the inward 420 3, 64 | efficiently, not as ~the principal cause thereof, or by His 421 3, 64 | instrument, but on that of the principal agent. ~Therefore the minister' 422 3, 64 | whereby it is ~moved by the principal agent. But an animate instrument, 423 3, 64 | subjects himself to the principal agent; that is, ~it is necessary 424 3, 65 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The same principal agent uses various instruments 425 3, 65 | the Eucharist is not the principal of the ~sacraments. For 426 3, 66 | should be ascribed to the principal agent rather than to the ~ 427 3, 66 | Q[64], A[1]); while the principal agent in Baptism is ~Christ, 428 3, 66 | this cause is ~twofold; the principal cause from which it derives 429 3, 66 | I baptize thee"; and the principal cause in the words, "in 430 3, 66 | immediate ~agent; but to the principal agent inasmuch as the instrument 431 3, 66 | Baptizing them," etc. But the principal ~cause is indicated as conferring 432 3, 66 | Christ's Passion is the principal cause as ~compared to the 433 3, 66 | to ~remedy which is the principal purpose of Baptism, is not 434 3, 66 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 3: The principal part of the body, especially 435 3, 66 | OBJ 1: The Trinity acts as principal agent in Baptism. Now the ~ 436 3, 66 | form which designates the principal cause of the sacrament; 437 3, 66 | water, which designates the principal sacramental ~effect. But 438 3, 66 | consequently, since, besides the ~principal sacramental effect, other 439 3, 67 | Eucharist, which is the principal purpose of the ~priesthood, 440 3, 67 | Wherefore there should be one principal sponsor ~in Baptism: but 441 3, 68 | admitted to Baptism at the principal ~festivities, viz. of Easter 442 3, 71 | sacrament to produce its principal ~effect, which is grace 443 3, 71 | instrumental agent to the principal agent: as is implied in 444 3, 71 | does nothing without the ~principal agent in operating. And 445 3, 71 | mightier instruments does the principal agent require. But the ~ 446 3, 71 | instrumental, but the priest's is principal. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 447 3, 72 | when it is moved by the ~principal agent; so too the sacramental 448 3, 73 | Melchisedech's offering was the "principal" figure of this sacrament.~ 449 3, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the principal power of this sacrament 450 3, 76 | only as to that ~which is principal, as was said above.~Aquin.: 451 3, 77 | when the action of the principal agent ceases, then the ~ 452 3, 77 | substantial form as the principal agent. Therefore, since ~ 453 3, 85 | without our operating as ~principal agents, but not without 454 3, 89 | twofold dignity. one is his principal dignity, whereby he was 455 Suppl, 1 | it ~includes not only the principal cause, which is fear, but 456 Suppl, 2 | Wherefore its proper and principal act, viz. contrition, essentially ~ 457 Suppl, 5 | OBJ 1: God alone is the principal efficient cause of the ~ 458 Suppl, 10| our Redeemer, that ~is the principal cause of the hope of salvation: 459 Suppl, 13| greater ~punishment than the principal would have to undergo (as 460 Suppl, 13| for another, than of the principal: ~wherefore we read in the 461 Suppl, 17| last end belongs ~to the principal and not to the instrumental 462 Suppl, 17| instrumental agent. But the principal ~agent in view of man's 463 Suppl, 17| and that it is not the principal key, but is called a key ~ 464 Suppl, 18| as Baptism acts, not as a principal agent but ~as an instrument, 465 Suppl, 18| far as it is moved by the principal agent. Wherefore, Dionysius 466 Suppl, 19| the instrument and in ~the principal agent, but not in the same 467 Suppl, 19| whereas it is in Christ as principal ~agent in the matter of 468 Suppl, 19| whether this be done ~by the principal agent or by an instrument. 469 Suppl, 19| character, but from the principal form.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] 470 Suppl, 19| this difference between a principal and an ~instrumental agent, 471 Suppl, 19| but the likeness of the principal agent, whereas the ~principal 472 Suppl, 19| principal agent, whereas the ~principal agent produces its own likeness. 473 Suppl, 19| Consequently a thing becomes a ~principal agent through having a form, 474 Suppl, 19| through being ~applied by the principal agent in order to produce 475 Suppl, 19| the act of the keys the principal agent by authority ~is Christ 476 Suppl, 19| to exercise this ~act as principal agent, since neither can 477 Suppl, 19| regards the instrument and the principal agent. ~The former is the 478 Suppl, 20| Whoever has charge of the principal has charge of the ~accessory. 479 Suppl, 22| And then there are as many principal ~excommunications, as there 480 Suppl, 29| Church ~that reaches to the principal effect intended in the administration 481 Suppl, 29| nevertheless directed towards that principal ~action. Now the effect 482 Suppl, 29| power, as though he were the principal agent, but by the efficacy ~ 483 Suppl, 29| should contain mention of the principal effect, ~and of that which 484 Suppl, 30| for the purpose of one ~principal effect, though it may, in 485 Suppl, 30| causes what it signifies, the principal ~effect of a sacrament must 486 Suppl, 30| Consequently we must say that the principal effect of this sacrament 487 Suppl, 30| Reply OBJ 1: Although the principal effect of a sacrament can 488 Suppl, 30| as it is required for the principal effect, it ~follows that 489 Suppl, 30| bodily health is not the ~principal effect of this sacrament: 490 Suppl, 32| spiritual health is the principal effect of this ~sacrament, 491 Suppl, 32| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The principal effect of bodily medicine 492 Suppl, 32| their sickness. But ~the principal effect of this sacrament 493 Suppl, 34| nevertheless this is not its principal effect, but the inward cleansing; ~ 494 Suppl, 36| action: the one, which is ~principal, over the true body of Christ; 495 Suppl, 37| stated above ~(A[2]), the principal act of each order is that 496 Suppl, 37| has many acts besides its principal act, and ~all the more, 497 Suppl, 37| the priest. This is the ~principal act of both Orders, and 498 Suppl, 37| closely connected with the ~principal acts of the higher ministers, 499 Suppl, 37| with the ~priest in his principal act which is to consecrate 500 Suppl, 37| 1/1~On the contrary, The principal act of the priest's Order


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