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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | science we make use of His effects, either of ~nature or of 2 1, 2 | their ~nature - namely, by effects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] A[1] 3 1, 2 | could ~only be from His effects. But His effects are not 4 1, 2 | from His effects. But His effects are not proportionate to 5 1, 2 | since He is infinite and His effects are finite; and between 6 1, 2 | demonstrated, so ~long as its effects are better known to us; 7 1, 2 | demonstrated from those of His effects which are known to us.~Aquin.: 8 1, 2 | God are derived from His effects; ~consequently, in demonstrating 9 1, 2 | existence of God from His effects, we ~may take for the middle 10 1, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: From effects not proportionate to the 11 1, 2 | existence of God from His effects; though from them we ~cannot 12 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The effects of God do not imitate Him 13 1, 3 | and this we know from His effects (Q[2], ~A[2]).~~Aquin.: 14 1, 3 | Him; nor, save through His effects, a demonstration of Him: 15 1, 5 | creatures, as a cause from its effects. But goodness, since it 16 1, 6 | does not agree with its effects either in species or genus. 17 1, 12 | other things are in God as ~effects are in the power of their 18 1, 12 | is seen, the more of its effects can be seen in it. For ~ 19 1, 12 | intellect can know all the effects of a ~cause and the reasons 20 1, 12 | and the reasons for those effects in the cause itself, if 21 1, 12 | God; ~because the sensible effects of God do not equal the 22 1, 12 | But ~because they are His effects and depend on their cause, 23 1, 12 | through the images of His ~effects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 24 1, 12 | and more excellent of His ~effects are demonstrated to us, 25 1, 13 | principle of whose form the effects fall short, although they 26 1, 13 | God, or as regards diverse effects connoted. But even according 27 1, 13 | which agree with their ~effects in name and definition, 28 1, 13 | divided and multiplied in the effects ~resides in the agent simply, 29 1, 13 | of thinking ~to external effects are applied to God temporally, 30 1, 13 | us from His operations or effects, we name Him from these, 31 1, 13 | from its properties and effects. Hence because we can know ~ 32 1, 13 | iv. Now from the divine effects we cannot know the divine 33 1, 13 | God from His operations or effects are communicable; ~as "good," " 34 1, 14 | understanding. Hence whatever effects pre-exist in God, as in 35 1, 14 | know it. ~But we know the effects in their created causes; 36 1, 14 | first, by resolving the ~effects into their causes; and then 37 1, 14 | Hence as God ~sees His effects in Himself as their cause, 38 1, 14 | as it were ~previously, effects unknown; but He knows the 39 1, 14 | unknown; but He knows the effects in the cause; and ~hence 40 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 3: God sees the effects of created causes in the 41 1, 14 | that ~the knowledge of the effects is caused in Him by the 42 1, 14 | evil; it is opposed to the effects of God, which He ~knows 43 1, 14 | universal causes to particular effects. But this will ~not hold; 44 1, 19 | His nature, but determined effects ~proceed from His own infinite 45 1, 19 | shown by the relation of effects to their cause. For ~effects 46 1, 19 | effects to their cause. For ~effects proceed from the agent that 47 1, 19 | agent produces its like. Now effects ~pre-exist in their cause 48 1, 19 | Being is His own intellect, effects pre-exist in Him after the ~ 49 1, 19 | seeks ~to assign causes to effects. This seems inadmissible, 50 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 2: Since God wills effects to proceed from definite 51 1, 19 | to attribute ~contingent effects to other causes, being utterly 52 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 3: Since God wills effects to come from causes, all 53 1, 19 | to come from causes, all effects ~that presuppose some other 54 1, 19 | hindered from producing its effects; yet whatever effect does 55 1, 19 | power to produce certain ~effects. Since however all intermediate 56 1, 19 | universe. Therefore to some effects ~He has attached necessary 57 1, 19 | from which arise contingent effects. ~Hence it is not because 58 1, 19 | are contingent that the ~effects willed by God happen contingently, 59 1, 20 | metaphorically, and from likeness of effects, as already show (Q[3], 60 1, 21 | which is seen both in effects of nature and in effects 61 1, 21 | effects of nature and in effects of will, shows forth the 62 1, 22 | an end, the ordering of ~effects towards that end extends 63 1, 22 | Whence it happens that in the effects of an agent ~something takes 64 1, 22 | certain defects in particular ~effects, that the perfect good of 65 1, 22 | causes He assigns ~to certain effects, He gives them the power 66 1, 22 | the power to produce those effects. ~Whence it must be that 67 1, 22 | beforehand the type of those effects in His ~mind. As to the 68 1, 22 | to the necessity of the effects. We must remember that properly 69 1, 23 | providence of God produces effects through ~the operation of 70 1, 23 | goodness of God as ~regards its effects in general. Considered in 71 1, 23 | Considered in its particular effects, ~however, one effect is 72 1, 23 | providence ~has ordained for such effects. Yet the order of providence 73 1, 23 | secondary causes but so provides effects, that the order of secondary ~ 74 1, 23 | providence. So, as natural effects are provided ~by God in 75 1, 23 | bring about ~those natural effects, without which those effects 76 1, 23 | effects, without which those effects would not happen; so ~the 77 1, 29 | proper accidents are the effects of substantial forms, and 78 1, 32 | the knowledge of God, as effects do ~to their cause. Accordingly, 79 1, 39 | embraces its relation to its effects. Hence this fourfold ~consideration 80 1, 39 | i.e. God's relation to His ~effects, there arise appropriation 81 1, 41 | power exists as regards effects, and not as regards ~intellect 82 1, 42 | quantity is ~measured by the effects of the form. Now the first 83 1, 42 | likeness are not mutual." For effects are said to ~be like their 84 1, 43 | the cause existing in the effects which ~participate in His 85 1, 43 | by us according to other ~effects, yet neither does He dwell 86 1, 43 | by us ~according to those effects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 87 1, 43 | are distinguished in the effects of grace, which ~consist 88 1, 45 | emanation of particular effects from particular ~causes, 89 1, 45 | For ~the more universal effects must be reduced to the more 90 1, 45 | prior causes. Now among all effects the most universal is being 91 1, 45 | principal agent. If therefore it effects nothing, according to what 92 1, 45 | presupposed to all other ~effects, and that is absolute being. 93 1, 45 | but ~diversely. For some effects represent only the causality 94 1, 45 | but not ~who it is. Other effects represent the cause as regards 95 1, 49 | every evil. For contrary effects have contrary causes. But 96 1, 49 | particular ~causes of particular effects. For on that account, if 97 1, 49 | two ~contrary particular effects, they did not know how to 98 1, 57 | to which all particular effects ~are reduced; as if the 99 1, 58 | syllogize, and know causes in effects; all of ~which is the discursive 100 1, 58 | syllogism; and they see effects in causes, and causes in 101 1, 58 | in causes, and causes in effects: yet ~they do not acquire 102 1, 60 | know Him by some particular effects, which are sometimes ~opposed 103 1, 62 | seedlike forms of all natural effects were implanted ~in the creature 104 1, 63 | for nature procures its ~effects either always, or more often 105 1, 64 | made known by some temporal effects, so as to ~strike terror 106 1, 65 | 2: Further, diversity of effects shows diversity of causes, 107 1, 66 | not ordained to natural effects; on the contrary, ~Augustine 108 1, 67 | light produces ~natural effects, for by the rays of the 109 1, 67 | stars produce different effects according to the diverse ~ 110 1, 67 | to produce determinate ~effects. Thus, then, in the production 111 1, 70 | power to produce determinate effects. Thus we ~observe that the 112 1, 70 | the knowledge of hidden effects ~through their sensible 113 1, 71 | that nature ~produces its effects by determinate means, and 114 1, 76 | not as regards all ~its effects, but as regards the subsequent 115 1, 39 | embraces its relation to its effects. Hence this fourfold ~consideration 116 1, 39 | i.e. God's relation to His ~effects, there arise appropriation 117 1, 41 | power exists as regards effects, and not as regards ~intellect 118 1, 42 | quantity is ~measured by the effects of the form. Now the first 119 1, 42 | likeness are not mutual." For effects are said to ~be like their 120 1, 43 | the cause existing in the effects which ~participate in His 121 1, 43 | by us according to other ~effects, yet neither does He dwell 122 1, 43 | by us ~according to those effects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 123 1, 43 | are distinguished in the effects of grace, which ~consist 124 1, 46 | emanation of particular effects from particular ~causes, 125 1, 46 | For ~the more universal effects must be reduced to the more 126 1, 46 | prior causes. Now among all effects the most universal is being 127 1, 46 | principal agent. If therefore it effects nothing, according to what 128 1, 46 | presupposed to all other ~effects, and that is absolute being. 129 1, 46 | but ~diversely. For some effects represent only the causality 130 1, 46 | but not ~who it is. Other effects represent the cause as regards 131 1, 50 | every evil. For contrary effects have contrary causes. But 132 1, 50 | particular ~causes of particular effects. For on that account, if 133 1, 50 | two ~contrary particular effects, they did not know how to 134 1, 58 | to which all particular effects ~are reduced; as if the 135 1, 59 | syllogize, and know causes in effects; all of ~which is the discursive 136 1, 59 | syllogism; and they see effects in causes, and causes in 137 1, 59 | in causes, and causes in effects: yet ~they do not acquire 138 1, 61 | know Him by some particular effects, which are sometimes ~opposed 139 1, 63 | seedlike forms of all natural effects were implanted ~in the creature 140 1, 64 | for nature procures its ~effects either always, or more often 141 1, 65 | made known by some temporal effects, so as to ~strike terror 142 1, 66 | 2: Further, diversity of effects shows diversity of causes, 143 1, 67 | not ordained to natural effects; on the contrary, ~Augustine 144 1, 68 | light produces ~natural effects, for by the rays of the 145 1, 68 | stars produce different effects according to the diverse ~ 146 1, 68 | to produce determinate ~effects. Thus, then, in the production 147 1, 71 | power to produce determinate effects. Thus we ~observe that the 148 1, 71 | the knowledge of hidden effects ~through their sensible 149 1, 71 | that nature ~produces its effects by determinate means, and 150 1, 75 | not as regards all ~its effects, but as regards the subsequent 151 1, 78 | customary ~for causes and effects to be called after one another.~ 152 1, 83 | all things immaterially as effects ~pre-exist virtually in 153 1, 84 | and principles by their effects. But ~universals are principles. 154 1, 84 | acquainted with unknown effects, and sometimes conversely.~ 155 1, 84 | sometimes from sensible effects we ~arrive at the knowledge 156 1, 84 | knowledge, the knowledge of effects always depends on the ~knowledge 157 1, 85 | except through material effects. In the future life this ~ 158 1, 85 | according to the order of the effects to the cause.~Aquin.: SMT 159 1, 85 | universal causes of all effects, and would only be impeded 160 1, 87 | through their material effects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 161 1, 87 | comprehended through its effects is that which is infinitely 162 1, 90 | the same way as ~various effects pre-exist in their cause, 163 1, 90 | bodies, except as in the effects of its power.~Aquin.: SMT 164 1, 92 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii): "Effects are contingent ~images of 165 1, 92 | So Dionysius says that effects are "contingent images ~ 166 1, 93 | through His ~intelligible effects than through those which 167 1, 93 | contemplation of the intelligible effects which he perceived ~by the 168 1, 93 | through these ~intelligible effects of God, man knew God then 169 1, 93 | God simultaneously in His ~effects, especially in the intelligible 170 1, 93 | especially in the intelligible effects, according to His ~capacity. 171 1, 96 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, effects caused by the forces of 172 1, 102 | 2) in particular, the effects of this ~government. Under 173 1, 102 | governed by one?~(4) Of the effects of this government?~(5) 174 1, 102 | any definite number to the effects of government.~Aquin.: SMT 175 1, 102 | there are certain definite effects of the Divine ~government.~ 176 1, 102 | there are, in ~general, two effects of the government. For the 177 1, 102 | Wherefore there are two ~effects of government, the preservation 178 1, 102 | consider in the individual ~the effects of the government of the 179 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Certain effects are said to be contingent 180 1, 102 | which may fail in their effects; and not as ~though anything 181 1, 103 | Para. 1/1 - THE SPECIAL EFFECTS OF THE DIVINE GOVERNMENT ( 182 1, 103 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the effects of the Divine government 183 1, 103 | not seem to ~cause their effects except in their "becoming," 184 1, 103 | cause so as ~to keep their effects in being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 185 1, 104 | agent inclined to several effects will produce none ~of them, 186 1, 104 | ordered to determinate ~effects is due to God; wherefore 187 1, 104 | other causes to ~certain effects He can also produce certain 188 1, 104 | can also produce certain effects by Himself without ~any 189 1, 104 | produce ~all the determinate effects which are produced by any 190 1, 104 | which operates ~in its effects according to what is fitting 191 1, 104 | a certain order to its ~effects, since every cause is a 192 1, 104 | instance by producing the effects of secondary ~causes without 193 1, 104 | or by producing certain effects to which secondary ~causes 194 1, 107 | application to particular effects. ~And because God is the 195 1, 109 | essentially a mover moved. Now in ~effects there is something that 196 1, 109 | place in the corporeal effects, is due to the angelic power. 197 1, 109 | seed to produce certain effects. But they cannot do this ~ 198 1, 109 | agents ~to produce these effects, as a workman employs fire 199 1, 111 | by producing some ~such effects. Nor can anyone doubt that 200 1, 112 | Nevertheless it has many other ~effects consistent with childhood; 201 1, 113 | order to ~produce these effects, as Augustine says (De Trin. 202 1, 114 | compared to further particular ~effects, as the primordial universal 203 1, 114 | universal causes to the first effects produced.~Aquin.: SMT FP 204 1, 114 | divination by stars: because the effects of the stars are varied 205 1, 114 | useful in producing certain effects of ~the stars." But this 206 1, 114 | sufficient cause of their ~effects. Since, therefore, heavenly 207 1, 114 | beings; it seems that their effects follow of ~necessity.~Aquin.: 208 1, 114 | Therefore not all the effects of heavenly bodies take ~ 209 1, 114 | are so ordered to ~their effects, as to produce them, not 210 1, 114 | Consequently not all ~the effects of heavenly bodies result 211 1, 114 | heavenly bodies are causes of effects that take place ~here below, 212 1, 114 | which can ~fail in their effects in the minority of cases.~ 213 1, 115 | principle: wherefore ~its effects in this world are natural. 214 1, 115 | universal cause that ~of itself effects what takes place by accident 215 1, 115 | Divine Providence produces effects through mediate causes. ~ 216 1, 115 | consider the ordering of the effects in two ways. ~Firstly, as 217 1, 115 | thus the ordering of the effects is ~called Providence. But 218 1, 115 | the production of certain effects, thus ~it has the nature 219 1, 115 | the production of their effects.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 220 1, 115 | considered in relation to its effects, or to the mediate causes, 221 1, 115 | ordering of second ~causes to effects foreseen by God. Whatever, 222 1, 116 | we must observe that of effects proceeding from an ~exterior 223 1, 116 | art alone: whereas other ~effects proceed sometimes from an 224 1, 116 | nature. In these latter ~effects two things must be noticed. 225 1, 116 | the production of certain effects. Much less therefore can 226 2, 1 | to flow ~forth into its effects according to a certain fixed 227 2, 1 | is clearly ~the case in effects both of nature and of art. 228 2, 6 | devoid of knowledge, violence effects something against nature: 229 2, 6 | endowed with knowledge, it effects something against the will. 230 2, 8 | the end, as ~that which it effects; and the means, as that 231 2, 8 | means as that which it ~effects; but it considers that which 232 2, 8 | which it ~refers what it effects. And again, in every practical 233 2, 9 | the heavens, to such like effects of the ~heavenly bodies.~ 234 2, 10 | through the Divine motion, effects follow of ~necessity; but 235 2, 10 | from contingent causes, effects follow contingently. ~Since, 236 2, 11 | because they are certain ~effects of the Holy Ghost in us, 237 2, 14 | reasoning from causes to effects: but science when ~said 238 2, 14 | means sure knowledge of all effects in the First Cause, ~without 239 2, 14 | causes are more simple than effects. But ~if that which precedes 240 2, 14 | our judgment deals with effects, ~which by analysis we trace 241 2, 16 | precedes, the more numerous the effects to which it has relation.~ 242 2, 18 | species produce different effects. ~But the same specific 243 2, 18 | differ specifically and have effects specifically different; 244 2, 22 | of the will having like effects, but without passion. Hence ~ 245 2, 26 | The cause of love; (3) The effects of love. Under the first 246 2, 27 | way, or in some one of its effects, or from having heard it ~ 247 2, 28 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF LOVE (SIX ARTICLES)~We 248 2, 28 | now have to consider the effects of love: under which head 249 2, 28 | observed that four proximate ~effects may be ascribed to love: 250 2, 28 | fervor." And these are the effects of ~love considered formally, 251 2, 28 | the passion of love, other effects ensue, ~proportionate to 252 2, 29 | soul are shown by their effects. But ~man insists more on 253 2, 31 | causes of delight; (3) ~Its effects; (4) Its goodness and malice.~ 254 2, 31 | delight are derived from ~the effects of delight; for "laetitia" [ 255 2, 31 | certain special signs and effects of ~gladness. Yet all these 256 2, 31 | bodily pleasures have greater effects; since "they alter the state 257 2, 32 | contraries have contrary effects. But pleasures, when ~called 258 2, 32 | OBJ 3: Further, contrary effects proceed from contrary causes. 259 2, 33 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF PLEASURE (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 260 2, 33 | We must now consider the effects of pleasure; and under this 261 2, 35 | 2) Its cause; (3) Its effects; ~(4) Its remedies; (5) 262 2, 35 | another in regard to their ~effects: since one has the effect 263 2, 35 | contrary things have contrary effects. If therefore the ~contemplation 264 2, 35 | pain has ~more striking effects: since man dies sooner of 265 2, 37 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF PAIN OR SORROW (FOUR 266 2, 37 | We must now consider the effects of pain or of sorrow: under 267 2, 37 | 1/1~I answer that, The effects of the soul's passions are 268 2, 38 | by laughter and the other effects of joy: ~except they be 269 2, 38 | contraries have contrary effects. Now as ~Augustine says ( 270 2, 41 | but from the diversity of effects, and for ~certain special 271 2, 42 | defects of nature are the effects of the ~common nature; and 272 2, 44 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF FEAR (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 273 2, 44 | We must now consider the effects of fear: under which head 274 2, 46 | efficient cause contains many effects according to its ~active 275 2, 46 | distinguished according to various ~effects of anger; and not according 276 2, 48 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF ANGER (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 277 2, 48 | We must now consider the effects of anger: under which head 278 2, 51 | because God can produce the effects of second ~causes, without 279 2, 52 | increases a habit, always effects something ~in the subject, 280 2, 52 | On the contrary, Opposite effects do not result from the same 281 2, 54 | does not appear how diverse effects can proceed ~from one simple 282 2, 59 | Because ~the virtues are effects of wisdom, according to 283 2, 60 | to ~virtue. First, as its effects; and in this way every moral 284 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Effects must needs be proportionate 285 2, 66 | than its ~effect; and among effects, those nearest to the cause 286 2, 66 | that we judge of the lower effects; hence it is that ~wisdom 287 2, 69 | but as rewards. Yet the effects of the ~active life, which 288 2, 79 | another in respect of the effects of grace, which ~both perfects 289 2, 80 | devil can produce all those effects which ~can result from the 290 2, 85 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE EFFECTS OF SIN, AND, FIRST, OF THE 291 2, 85 | We must now consider the effects of sin; and (1) the corruption 292 2, 85 | should not be reckoned as effects of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 293 2, 85 | have no ~place among the effects of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 294 2, 85 | OBJ 3: Further, different effects result from different sins. 295 2, 85 | equal causes have equal effects. Now these defects ~are 296 2, 85 | Causes that produce their effects of themselves, if equal, ~ 297 2, 85 | if equal, ~produce equal effects: for if such causes be increased 298 2, 85 | removed, do not point to equal effects. For supposing a man employs 299 2, 87 | children suffer from, are the effects and the punishments of original ~ 300 2, 90 | different kinds of law; (3) The ~effects of law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 301 2, 92 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF LAW (TWO ARTICLES)~We 302 2, 92 | We must now consider the effects of law; under which head 303 2, 92 | men good?~(2) Whether the effects of law are to command, to 304 2, 93 | made known to us in their effects, according to ~Rm. 1:20: " 305 2, 93 | made perfectly known by its effects. Therefore it does not ~ 306 2, 98 | the state, which end law effects by directing ~external actions, 307 2, 102 | enclosed the types of its effects, and in the craftsman ~the 308 2, 102 | planets, which produce various effects, and on various kinds of 309 2, 109 | its cause; thirdly, its ~effects.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] Out. 310 2, 111 | distinguished by their different effects, as is plain from what has 311 2, 111 | Further, grace is known by its effects. Now there are an infinite ~ 312 2, 111 | are an infinite ~number of effects - one preceding another. 313 2, 111 | with ~regard to its diverse effects, so also is it divided into 314 2, 111 | grace. Now there are five effects of ~grace in us: of these, 315 2, 111 | essence, but only in its effects, as was already said ~of 316 2, 111 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the effects of grace may be infinite 317 2, 111 | examples and a knowledge of effects, whereby at times he ~needs 318 2, 113 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF GRACE (TEN ARTICLES)~ 319 2, 113 | the ~wonted order of such effects, and thus have more of the 320 2, 114 | natural causes fail of their ~effects on account of a supervening 321 2, 1 | to wit, through certain effects of the Divine ~operation, 322 2, 1 | respect it ~is like the other effects of sanctifying grace. The 323 2, 2 | understand it now through ~its effects, can be understood without 324 2, 4 | of faith; fourthly, its effects.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] Out. 325 2, 5 | knowledge of more of the Divine effects and mysteries than we can 326 2, 7 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF FAITH (TWO ARTICLES)~ 327 2, 7 | We must now consider the effects of faith: under which head 328 2, 8 | perceived externally), and ~effects lie hidden in their causes, 329 2, 13 | the choosing of sin ~are effects of the Holy Ghost in us; 330 2, 14 | causes produce different effects. Now Gregory ~says (Moral. 331 2, 18 | unlike because they are the ~effects of a Cause of Whom they 332 2, 19 | OBJ 3: Further, contrary effects have contrary causes. Now 333 2, 19 | reckons despair among the ~effects of sloth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 334 2, 24 | ought not to love the ~evil effects of sin and the corruption 335 2, 24 | our enemies the ~signs and effects of love?~Aquin.: SMT SS 336 2, 24 | his enemy the ~signs or effects of love. For it is written ( 337 2, 24 | the one he loves signs and effects of love. Therefore ~charity 338 2, 24 | his enemies such signs and effects of ~love.~Aquin.: SMT SS 339 2, 24 | us to show the signs and effects of love towards our ~enemies.~ 340 2, 24 | us to show the signs and effects of love to our enemies.~ 341 2, 24 | 1/3~I answer that, The effects and signs of charity are 342 2, 24 | this to the showing of the effects and signs ~of love. For 343 2, 26 | love, (2) the other acts or effects which follow ~from that 344 2, 26 | either as a cause through its effects, or by way of pre-eminence 345 2, 27 | WE must now consider the effects which result from the principal 346 2, 27 | love, and (1) the interior effects, (2) the exterior ~effects. 347 2, 27 | effects, (2) the exterior ~effects. As to the first, three 348 2, 29 | consider the outward acts or effects of charity, (1) ~Beneficence, ( 349 2, 32 | Essence; secondly, in His effects, ~when, to wit, "the invisible 350 2, 32 | 2/2~Moreover some of His effects are such that they can nowise 351 2, 32 | understand," which are ~effects of God, are desirable and 352 2, 32 | the Author of such ~like effects. Some of God's effects, 353 2, 32 | like effects. Some of God's effects, however, are contrary to 354 2, 32 | the Divine Law. Such like effects are repugnant to ~a will 355 2, 32 | apprehended as ~the cause of such effects as are naturally beloved 356 2, 32 | reason of those of ~His effects that are contrary to the 357 2, 32 | Himself, but only in ~His effects, for which reason it has 358 2, 32 | considered in ~relation to His effects, and consequently hatred 359 2, 33 | fixed times. Now all ~bodily effects, of themselves, dispose 360 2, 33 | five which he reckons as effects of sloth, belong to the ~" 361 2, 34 | to pleasure. Now opposite effects have ~not one and the same 362 2, 36 | the "per se" and direct ~effects of pride or vainglory, should 363 2, 37 | instrument, so that sacramental effects ~are not precluded on account 364 2, 42 | from the act of love as effects from their cause. Hence ~ 365 2, 43 | of sons seem to be remote effects, since they ~result from 366 2, 43 | rather than to the other effects of heavenly wisdom.~Aquin.: 367 2, 56 | in relation to all its ~effects, the sun, for instance, 368 2, 56 | nature of justice; yet their effects, i.e. external actions, 369 2, 62 | one act from having two effects, only one ~of which is intended, 370 2, 62 | self-defense ~may have two effects, one is the saving of one' 371 2, 75 | production of ~natural and true effects, as Augustine says (De Trin. 372 2, 81 | providence disposes not only what effects shall take place, but also 373 2, 81 | and in what order these effects shall proceed. Now among ~ 374 2, 81 | are the causes of certain effects. Wherefore it ~must be that 375 2, 81 | they may achieve certain ~effects according to the order of 376 2, 87 | causes produce contrary effects. Now some are debarred ~ 377 2, 89 | may speak of God as to His effects which are ordained for ~ 378 2, 92 | which produced ~certain effects by the power of the demons: 379 2, 93 | for some produce ~their effects, of necessity and always; 380 2, 93 | always; and such like future effects can ~be foreknown and foretold 381 2, 93 | Other causes produce their ~effects, not of necessity and always, 382 2, 93 | like causes their future effects can be ~foreknown, not indeed 383 2, 93 | viii, ~2,5,8]. Such like effects, as also those which ensue 384 2, 93 | inclination to produce these effects. Consequently such like 385 2, 93 | Consequently such like effects ~cannot be foreknown unless 386 2, 93 | man ~cannot consider these effects in themselves except when 387 2, 93 | It is ~lawful to foretell effects by observing their causes: 388 2, 93 | stars, except in ~so far as effects can be foreknown from their 389 2, 93 | Para. 3/7~Now two kinds of effects escape the causality of 390 2, 93 | In the ~first place all effects that occur accidentally, 391 2, 94 | to ~produce their proper effects. Now in the physical order 392 2, 94 | the production of certain ~effects. Therefore it is not unlawful 393 2, 94 | to produce their proper effects. But, ~if they seem unable 394 2, 94 | unable to produce those effects naturally, it follows that ~ 395 2, 94 | purpose of producing those effects, not as ~causes but only 396 2, 94 | purpose of causing certain effects such as ~they are thought 397 2, 94 | purpose of ~producing certain effects; (for instance, in order 398 2, 108 | an ~indefinite number of effects can result from one act. 399 2, 121 | essentially: while justice effects this good, since it ~belongs 400 2, 130 | does not depend on their effects. Nevertheless contention, 401 2, 142 | contraries have contrary effects. Now those who excel in 402 2, 156 | according to their outward ~effects. Now the effect of anger 403 2, 168 | themselves; secondly, in their effects. Considered in ~themselves 404 2, 168 | But considered in their effects, they may regard the love ~ 405 2, 168 | to the prohibition of the effects of the vices ~opposed to 406 2, 169 | causes in relation to their effects. And though future ~contingencies, 407 2, 169 | knowing the order of causes to effects; and then at times the event 408 2, 170 | of those causes to such effects. Such like knowledge of 409 2, 170 | naturally, is about certain ~effects, to which human experience 410 2, 170 | natural causes. Yet reason effects much more amply in man, ~ 411 2, 170 | impression of natural causes effects in dumb animals; and ~Divine 412 2, 170 | matter in His ~corporeal effects, for He is able at the same 413 2, 170 | disposition in His spiritual effects, but is able to produce 414 2, 172 | itself, but in some of its effects; and this truth will be 415 2, 172 | known in its intelligible effects; and such most of all is 416 2, 173 | through its ~intelligible effects; such was the ecstasy of 417 2, 175 | so too the Holy ~Ghost effects more excellently by the 418 2, 176 | truth through its sensible effects. Wherefore just as man led 419 2, 176 | God through His ~natural effects, so is he brought to a certain 420 2, 176 | by certain supernatural effects which ~are called miracles. 421 2, 178 | taking cognizance of certain ~effects, but also the imaginations. 422 2, 178 | other three pertain to His ~effects. Therefore the contemplative 423 2, 178 | truth ~regarding the divine effects.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[ 424 2, 178 | 3~Since, however, God's effects show us the way to the contemplation 425 2, 178 | contemplation of the divine effects also belongs to the ~contemplative 426 2, 178 | contemplation of the divine effects; fourthly, the complement 427 2, 178 | mercy or ~goodness, as by effects already manifested or yet 428 3, 7 | the more it ~impresses its effects. Hence, since the grace 429 3, 7 | beatitude; nevertheless, it effects some of these by itself - 430 3, 7 | as he has it in all the effects or works of life; and thus 431 3, 7 | for all the operations and effects of grace; and this, because ~ 432 3, 7 | extends itself to all the effects of that genus; thus the ~ 433 3, 7 | grace extends to all the effects of grace, which are the 434 3, 7 | Faith and hope signify effects of grace with certain ~defects 435 3, 7 | possible extension to all its effects. And this fulness of ~grace 436 3, 7 | excellence - nor for all the effects of grace; but she is said 437 3, 7 | Secondly, as regards the effects, i.e. ~inasmuch as they 438 3, 8 | exteriorly persuading to the effects of grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP 439 3, 11 | another, as from causes to effects, ~and conversely. And in 440 3, 12 | can go on to ~understand effects from causes, and causes 441 3, 12 | causes, and causes from effects, like from like, ~contrary 442 3, 12 | comprehend their powers and the ~effects they have upon things here 443 3, 12 | Christ's soul were the effects of an agent of infinite 444 3, 13 | had power ~to cause those effects proper to a soul (e.g. to 445 3, 22 | Body Para. 3/3 ~Now these effects were conferred on us by 446 3, 22 | Christ produces both these ~effects. For by its virtue grace 447 3, 25 | other such like wonderful effects. Secondly on account ~of 448 3, 26 | the guilty, but) under the effects of ~original sin . . . . . 449 3, 26 | the guilt, but) under the effects of ~original sin . . . . . 450 3, 26 | under neither guilt nor effects of original sin . ~. . . . 451 3, 27 | greater share than men, in the effects of the Divine goodness. 452 3, 28 | enhances her fruitfulness, and effects her motherhood, while in 453 3, 39 | the Holy Ghost and of His effects is signified.~Aquin.: SMT 454 3, 39 | the dove's ~nature and the effects of the Holy Ghost in the 455 3, 41 | cause of certain temporal effects," from which they formed 456 3, 43 | between His ~works and their effects and those of Satan; since 457 3, 44 | but by certain temporal effects of His power." ~First, when 458 3, 44 | though such like spiritual ~effects are different from visible 459 3, 49 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF CHRIST'S PASSION (SIX 460 3, 49 | to consider what are the effects of Christ's Passion, ~concerning 461 3, 49 | avail themselves of its effects, ~since they are not united 462 3, 49 | in order to secure the ~effects of Christ's Passion, we 463 3, 52 | is ~applied to particular effects by means of something special. 464 3, 52 | soul, ~but by spreading the effects of His power in a measure 465 3, 56 | or reward, which are the effects of Him who judges. Now it ~ 466 3, 59 | as being closer to ~the effects, so He judges men through 467 3, 59 | profitable, ~which in their effects prove to be hurtful. And 468 3, 60 | the sacraments; (3) of the effects of ~the sacraments; (4) 469 3, 60 | there are some sensible effects, so are ~there some intelligible 470 3, 60 | there some intelligible effects; thus science is the effect 471 3, 60 | else: whereas intelligible effects are not such as ~to be able 472 3, 60 | senses." But intelligible effects do not partake of the nature 473 3, 62 | ordained unto certain special effects which are necessary in the ~ 474 3, 62 | regards certain special effects which are necessary in a 475 3, 62 | proportioned to such an effect, as effects in ~non-univocal causes, 476 3, 62 | bringing ~about the sacramental effects. Now such power is proportionate 477 3, 62 | Christ's Passion ~and its effects. It is therefore manifest 478 3, 62 | conferred, as to the ~privative effects of sin, but not as to its 479 3, 62 | but not as to its positive effects. But this ~also appears 480 3, 62 | formal cause, positive ~effects are naturally prior to privative 481 3, 62 | naturally prior to privative effects, though according to the ~ 482 3, 64 | instrumental causes of spiritual effects. Now ~an instrument has 483 3, 64 | signifying of spiritual effects: but this aptitude is ~fixed 484 3, 64 | the ~inward sacramental effects meritoriously and efficiently, 485 3, 65 | to the defects and penal effects resulting from sin. ~They 486 3, 65 | instruments unto ~various effects, in accordance with the 487 3, 66 | Secondly, in regard to the effects of Baptism, to which the 488 3, 69 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE EFFECTS OF BAPTISM (TEN ARTICLES)~ 489 3, 69 | We must now consider the effects of Baptism, concerning which 490 3, 69 | man by Baptism?~(5) Of the effects of virtue which are conferred 491 3, 69 | are fittingly set down as effects of ~Baptism, to wit - incorporation 492 3, 69 | unfittingly set ~down as effects of Baptism, to wit - "incorporation 493 3, 69 | Further, Baptism has had its effects ever since it was ~instituted. 494 3, 69 | destroyed." And such like effects are not equally received 495 3, 70 | not as to its positive ~effects; lest they should be compelled 496 3, 70 | formal cause, ~positive effects naturally precede those 497 3, 70 | life; but not as to all its effects, for it did not suffice 498 3, 70 | circumcision as to ~all the effects of grace, but not as in 499 3, 71 | catechizing and exorcizing, effects ~anything, or is a mere 500 3, 71 | is done in the exorcism effects anything, or is a mere sign?~


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