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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | science. For every science ~proceeds from self-evident principles. 2 1, 1 | principles. But sacred doctrine proceeds from ~articles of faith 3 1, 1 | science of perspective ~proceeds from principles established 4 1, 1 | is a ~science because it proceeds from principles established 5 1, 9 | similitude of the divine wisdom proceeds in degrees ~from the highest 6 1, 9 | when we say that the sun proceeds to the earth, inasmuch as ~ 7 1, 9 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection proceeds from mutability as regards ~ 8 1, 13 | the sense were, "life proceeds from Him"; but to signify 9 1, 14 | another kind of operation proceeds to the exterior effect, 10 1, 14 | first mode; for whosoever proceeds from principles to conclusions ~ 11 1, 14 | For from a necessary cause proceeds a necessary effect. But 12 1, 17 | whatever takes place ~in things proceeds from the ordinance of that 13 1, 19 | but in ~the effect that proceeds not necessarily from the 14 1, 23 | eternal punishment. But guilt proceeds from the free-will of the 15 1, 23 | end; and from ~which it proceeds, as from its first moving 16 1, 27 | Further, everything which proceeds differs from that whence 17 1, 27 | differs from that whence it ~proceeds. But in God there is no 18 1, 27 | it, saying that the Son proceeds from the Father as His ~ 19 1, 27 | and that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and ~the 20 1, 27 | fact of understanding there proceeds something within us, which 21 1, 27 | intelligible word which proceeds from the speaker, yet remains 22 1, 27 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Whatever proceeds by way of outward procession 23 1, 27 | from the source whence it proceeds, whereas, ~whatever proceeds 24 1, 27 | proceeds, whereas, ~whatever proceeds within by an intelligible 25 1, 27 | indeed, the more perfectly it proceeds, the more closely it is ~ 26 1, 27 | with the source whence it proceeds. For it is clear that the 27 1, 27 | with the source ~whence He proceeds, without any kind of diversity.~ 28 1, 27 | strictly speaking, only what ~proceeds by way of similitude. Hence 29 1, 27 | but only that has which proceeds by way of a ~similitude. 30 1, 27 | specific nature; ~as a man proceeds from a man, and a horse 31 1, 27 | God is ~generation; for He proceeds by way of intelligible action, 32 1, 27 | intellect; hence the word which proceeds within ~us by intelligible 33 1, 27 | as the source ~whence it proceeds; so the idea of generation 34 1, 27 | Word ~proceeding therefore proceeds as subsisting in the same 35 1, 27 | received, ~we mean that He Who proceeds receives divine existence 36 1, 27 | contrary, The Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father (Jn. 15: 37 1, 27 | the principle whence He ~proceeds, although in God the substance 38 1, 27 | is generation. ~For what proceeds by way of likeness of nature 39 1, 27 | generated and born. But what proceeds in God by way of love ~proceeds 40 1, 27 | proceeds in God by way of love ~proceeds in the likeness of nature; 41 1, 27 | procession. Therefore what ~proceeds in God by way of love, proceeds 42 1, 27 | proceeds in God by way of love, proceeds as generated and born.~Aquin.: 43 1, 27 | that the Holy Ghost Who ~proceeds as love, would proceed as 44 1, 27 | Body Para. 2/2~So what proceeds in God by way of love, does 45 1, 27 | begotten, or ~as son, but proceeds rather as spirit; which 46 1, 27 | for in us from one word proceeds another; and also from one 47 1, 27 | and also from one love ~proceeds another. Therefore in God 48 1, 28 | Further, the divine generation proceeds by way of an intelligible ~ 49 1, 28 | genus. But when something proceeds from a ~principle of the 50 1, 28 | Reply OBJ 3: As the creature proceeds from God in diversity of 51 1, 28 | and the source ~whence it proceeds, are not logical relations 52 1, 28 | really related to that which proceeds from them intelligibly; 53 1, 28 | is related to that which proceeds from it corporeally. ~Thus 54 1, 30 | But in God, one person proceeds from the will, as love; ~ 55 1, 30 | will, as love; ~and another proceeds from His nature, as Son. 56 1, 30 | as Son. Therefore another proceeds ~from His intellect, as 57 1, 30 | Word, besides the one Who proceeds from His ~nature, as Son; 58 1, 30 | of ~the Holy Ghost, who proceeds by way of love, as above 59 1, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: That which proceeds by way of intelligence, 60 1, 30 | intelligence, as word, ~proceeds according to similitude, 61 1, 30 | similitude, as also that which proceeds by way of ~nature; thus, 62 1, 30 | similitude of that whence it proceeds; ~although in God love is 63 1, 30 | person; because He Himself proceeds from the other persons ~ 64 1, 32 | partnership." Augustine proceeds (De Trin. x, ~4; x, 11,12) 65 1, 32 | Holy Ghost no other person proceeds. And in ~this respect there 66 1, 32 | Him, as no divine person proceeds from Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP 67 1, 33 | only that whence another ~proceeds: since anything whence something 68 1, 33 | anything whence something proceeds in any way we call a ~principle; 69 1, 33 | the one whence another ~proceeds, it follows that the Father 70 1, 33 | truer when the one who ~proceeds is distinct from the one 71 1, 33 | distinct from the one whence it proceeds, not only by ~relation but 72 1, 33 | person proceeding in ~God proceeds as the principle of the 73 1, 33 | artist's mind; so the Son proceeds from the ~Father before 74 1, 33 | having a relation to what ~proceeds from itself; in another 75 1, 33 | principle of generation, but ~proceeds from the person begotten.~ 76 1, 34 | spoken by the voice; and this proceeds from an ~interior source 77 1, 34 | intellect. Again the vocal sound proceeds from the ~signification 78 1, 34 | Father. For the interior word proceeds in such a manner from the 79 1, 34 | OBJ 2: Further, the word proceeds from the speaker by being 80 1, 34 | is properly the word, He proceeds from the Father, ~by way 81 1, 34 | intellect: and the person Who proceeds in ~God, by way of emanation 82 1, 34 | to the source whence it proceeds. ~Therefore, if it imports 83 1, 34 | it follows that the ~Word proceeds from the creature.~Aquin.: 84 1, 35 | it is required that one ~proceeds from another like to it 85 1, 35 | speaking, means whatever proceeds forth in ~likeness to another. 86 1, 35 | likeness of which anything proceeds, is ~properly speaking called 87 1, 35 | to the ~Holy Ghost, Who proceeds from another by way of similitude. 88 1, 35 | the Image; because the Son proceeds as word, and it is essential ~ 89 1, 35 | species with that whence it proceeds; whereas this ~does not 90 1, 36 | is called the Holy Ghost, proceeds ~from the Father and the 91 1, 36 | the Son?~(3) Whether He proceeds from the Father through 92 1, 36 | signify the divine Person, Who proceeds by way of love, this name " 93 1, 36 | because the divine person proceeds by way of the love whereby 94 1, 36 | three persons, the one who proceeds by way of love, ~for the 95 1, 36 | 1~Whether the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Son?~Aquin.: SMT 96 1, 36 | told that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Son; but only that 97 1, 36 | the Son; but only that He ~proceeds from the Father, as appears 98 1, 36 | The Spirit of ~truth, Who proceeds from the Father." Therefore 99 1, 36 | Lord and Life-giver, who ~proceeds from the Father; with the 100 1, 36 | Creed that the Holy ~Ghost proceeds from the Son; and those 101 1, 36 | OBJ 4: Further, Nothing proceeds from that wherein it rests. 102 1, 36 | OBJ 5: Further, the Son proceeds as the Word. But our breath [ 103 1, 36 | Further, the Holy Ghost proceeds perfectly from the Father. ~ 104 1, 36 | superfluous to say that He proceeds from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 105 1, 36 | 28], A[4]), that the ~Son proceeds by the way of the intellect 106 1, 36 | manifest that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 107 1, 36 | as that neither of them proceeds from the other, unless we 108 1, 36 | the Son," but not that He proceeds; which seems to ~come from 109 1, 36 | when we say that a line proceeds from a ~point, a ray from 110 1, 36 | conclude that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Son. ~Aquin.: SMT 111 1, 36 | Scripture that the Holy Ghost proceeds ~from the Son, still we 112 1, 36 | say that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the ~Father, even though 113 1, 36 | though it be added that He proceeds from the Father alone, ~ 114 1, 36 | belief that the ~Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father.~Aquin.: 115 1, 36 | the Father, although He proceeds from the Father. Also the 116 1, 36 | the mental word, ~whence proceeds love.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] 117 1, 36 | reason that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father ~perfectly, 118 1, 36 | not superfluous to say He proceeds from the ~Son, but rather 119 1, 36 | 1~Whether the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father through 120 1, 36 | through the Son. For whatever proceeds from one through another, ~ 121 1, 36 | Therefore, if the Holy Ghost proceeds from ~the Father through 122 1, 36 | Further, if the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father through 123 1, 36 | more so." Therefore He ~proceeds more from the Father than 124 1, 36 | afterwards the Holy Ghost proceeds; and thus the ~procession 125 1, 36 | cause why the thing made proceeds from the artisan, ~and that 126 1, 36 | Father that the Holy Ghost ~proceeds from Him, it can be said 127 1, 36 | or that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father through ~ 128 1, 36 | then, as the Holy Ghost proceeds both from the Father and 129 1, 36 | the Son, the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father immediately, 130 1, 36 | therefore the Holy Ghost proceeds equally from both, although 131 1, 36 | Therefore the ~Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and the 132 1, 36 | spirative power, the Holy Ghost proceeds ~from the Father and the 133 1, 36 | say that the Holy Ghost ~proceeds from the Father and the 134 1, 36 | Son, as distinct; for He proceeds from ~them as the unitive 135 1, 36 | because the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and the 136 1, 36 | explained; whereas the creature proceeds from ~the three persons 137 1, 37 | Therefore, ~since the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and the 138 1, 37 | regards the person Who proceeds, and the relations following 139 1, 37 | relation to the Word that ~proceeds; whereas "Word" is said 140 1, 37 | because it signifies what ~proceeds; and the term "to speak" 141 1, 37 | its principle, of what ~proceeds by way of love, and "vice 142 1, 37 | mutual Love, the Holy Ghost, proceeds from both. As regards origin, ~ 143 1, 37 | not as the one whence love proceeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 144 1, 37 | inasmuch as ~the Holy Ghost proceeds from them both, as Love. 145 1, 37 | denominated from that ~which proceeds from it, not only as an 146 1, 37 | inasmuch as the Holy Ghost proceeds as the love of the ~primal 147 1, 38 | name from the fact that He proceeds from Father and ~Son. Therefore 148 1, 38 | So since the ~Holy Ghost proceeds as love, as stated above ( 149 1, 38 | A[4]; Q[37], A[1]), ~He proceeds as the first gift. Hence 150 1, 38 | called the Image because He proceeds ~by way of a word, whose 151 1, 38 | because the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father as love, 152 1, 39 | appropriated to the Son, Who proceeds by way of ~intellect, as 153 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, inasmuch as He proceeds from ~two. And from this 154 1, 39 | used to express that which proceeds from power; for instance, 155 1, 41 | regards these acts, a person proceeds from nothing or ~from something?~( 156 1, 41 | inasmuch as the creature proceeds from Him, ~and this is common 157 1, 41 | origin, in so far as action proceeds from some cause ~or principle 158 1, 41 | love. But the Holy Ghost ~proceeds as Love from the Father 159 1, 41 | and the Son. Therefore He proceeds ~voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT 160 1, 41 | OBJ 4: Further, the Son proceeds by mode of the intellect, 161 1, 41 | the Word. ~But every word proceeds by the will from a speaker. 162 1, 41 | speaker. Therefore the Son ~proceeds from the Father by will, 163 1, 41 | 3]). Now, the Holy Ghost proceeds as Love, inasmuch as God ~ 164 1, 41 | loves Himself, and hence He proceeds naturally, although He proceeds 165 1, 41 | proceeds naturally, although He proceeds by ~mode of will.~Aquin.: 166 1, 41 | generation," whereby one ~proceeds from another as a son, and " 167 1, 41 | Thus, if the Son of God proceeds from the Father out of ~ 168 1, 41 | OBJ 3: Further, the Son proceeds as the word, which is the 169 1, 41 | intellect; and the Holy Ghost proceeds as love, which belongs to 170 1, 42 | Whether the person who proceeds is equal to the one from 171 1, 42 | to the one from Whom He ~proceeds in eternity?~(3) Whether 172 1, 42 | consider that for a thing which proceeds from a ~principle to be 173 1, 42 | principle and that which proceeds ~therefrom is wanting in 174 1, 43 | 4) that "the Holy Ghost ~proceeds temporally for the creature' 175 1, 43 | divine person is sent, and proceeds ~temporally only according 176 1, 43 | He is, or from whom He ~proceeds."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 177 1, 43 | Therefore, since the Son proceeds as the word of ~the intellect, 178 1, 43 | belongs to the Holy Ghost, Who proceeds as Love, ~to be the gift 179 1, 43 | by the person whence He proceeds ~eternally?~Aquin.: SMT 180 1, 43 | only by the one whence ~He proceeds eternally. For as Augustine 181 1, 43 | given by a man, although He proceeds ~not from him; which is 182 1, 43 | only by the one whence He proceeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 183 1, 43 | only by the one whence He proceeds eternally; ~and so, when 184 1, 45 | name of creation. Now what proceeds by ~particular emanation, 185 1, 45 | Reply OBJ 4: This objection proceeds from a false imagination, 186 1, 45 | because the ~divine Person proceeds in perfect similitude of 187 1, 45 | principle; whereas ~the creature proceeds in imperfect similitude. 188 1, 45 | Although every effect of God proceeds from each attribute, ~each 189 1, 45 | above (Q[27]). For the Son ~proceeds as the word of the intellect; 190 1, 45 | intellect; and the Holy Ghost proceeds as ~love of the will. Therefore 191 1, 47 | appropriated unity, the Son ~proceeds to Whom is appropriated 192 1, 47 | then from Him the creature ~proceeds, to which belongs inequality; 193 1, 55 | operative power, from which proceeds whatever is ~proper or common 194 1, 56 | perfectly; according as it proceeds ~from the order of the Divine 195 1, 65 | the form of ~his handiwork proceeds from the forms in the mind 196 1, 68 | heaven and earth," and then proceeds ~to explain them part by 197 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proceeds from the proximate and natural 198 1, 76 | faculty, from ~which Aristotle proceeds to consider things relating 199 1, 77 | and known. His argument proceeds in this ~sense; for if love 200 1, 77 | in this, that the former proceeds from something hot, which 201 1, 77 | that from which a thing proceeds is its cause. But the ~essence 202 1, 77 | Therefore one power of the soul proceeds from ~the essence of the 203 1, 37 | Therefore, ~since the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and the 204 1, 37 | regards the person Who proceeds, and the relations following 205 1, 37 | relation to the Word that ~proceeds; whereas "Word" is said 206 1, 37 | because it signifies what ~proceeds; and the term "to speak" 207 1, 37 | its principle, of what ~proceeds by way of love, and "vice 208 1, 37 | mutual Love, the Holy Ghost, proceeds from both. As regards origin, ~ 209 1, 37 | not as the one whence love proceeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 210 1, 37 | inasmuch as ~the Holy Ghost proceeds from them both, as Love. 211 1, 37 | denominated from that ~which proceeds from it, not only as an 212 1, 37 | inasmuch as the Holy Ghost proceeds as the love of the ~primal 213 1, 38 | name from the fact that He proceeds from Father and ~Son. Therefore 214 1, 38 | So since the ~Holy Ghost proceeds as love, as stated above ( 215 1, 38 | A[4]; Q[37], A[1]), ~He proceeds as the first gift. Hence 216 1, 38 | called the Image because He proceeds ~by way of a word, whose 217 1, 38 | because the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father as love, 218 1, 39 | appropriated to the Son, Who proceeds by way of ~intellect, as 219 1, 39 | Holy Ghost, inasmuch as He proceeds from ~two. And from this 220 1, 39 | used to express that which proceeds from power; for instance, 221 1, 41 | regards these acts, a person proceeds from nothing or ~from something?~( 222 1, 41 | inasmuch as the creature proceeds from Him, ~and this is common 223 1, 41 | origin, in so far as action proceeds from some cause ~or principle 224 1, 41 | love. But the Holy Ghost ~proceeds as Love from the Father 225 1, 41 | and the Son. Therefore He proceeds ~voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT 226 1, 41 | OBJ 4: Further, the Son proceeds by mode of the intellect, 227 1, 41 | the Word. ~But every word proceeds by the will from a speaker. 228 1, 41 | speaker. Therefore the Son ~proceeds from the Father by will, 229 1, 41 | 3]). Now, the Holy Ghost proceeds as Love, inasmuch as God ~ 230 1, 41 | loves Himself, and hence He proceeds naturally, although He proceeds 231 1, 41 | proceeds naturally, although He proceeds by ~mode of will.~Aquin.: 232 1, 41 | generation," whereby one ~proceeds from another as a son, and " 233 1, 41 | Thus, if the Son of God proceeds from the Father out of ~ 234 1, 41 | OBJ 3: Further, the Son proceeds as the word, which is the 235 1, 41 | intellect; and the Holy Ghost proceeds as love, which belongs to 236 1, 42 | Whether the person who proceeds is equal to the one from 237 1, 42 | to the one from Whom He ~proceeds in eternity?~(3) Whether 238 1, 42 | consider that for a thing which proceeds from a ~principle to be 239 1, 42 | principle and that which proceeds ~therefrom is wanting in 240 1, 43 | 4) that "the Holy Ghost ~proceeds temporally for the creature' 241 1, 43 | divine person is sent, and proceeds temporally only according 242 1, 43 | He is, or from whom He ~proceeds."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 243 1, 43 | Therefore, since the Son proceeds as the word of ~the intellect, 244 1, 43 | belongs to the Holy Ghost, Who proceeds as Love, ~to be the gift 245 1, 43 | by the person whence He proceeds ~eternally?~Aquin.: SMT 246 1, 43 | only by the one whence ~He proceeds eternally. For as Augustine 247 1, 43 | given by a man, although He proceeds ~not from him; which is 248 1, 43 | only by the one whence He proceeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 249 1, 43 | only by the one whence He proceeds eternally; ~and so, when 250 1, 46 | name of creation. Now what proceeds by ~particular emanation, 251 1, 46 | Reply OBJ 4: This objection proceeds from a false imagination, 252 1, 46 | because the ~divine Person proceeds in perfect similitude of 253 1, 46 | principle; whereas ~the creature proceeds in imperfect similitude. 254 1, 46 | Although every effect of God proceeds from each attribute, ~each 255 1, 46 | above (Q[27]). For the Son ~proceeds as the word of the intellect; 256 1, 46 | intellect; and the Holy Ghost proceeds as ~love of the will. Therefore 257 1, 48 | appropriated unity, the Son ~proceeds to Whom is appropriated 258 1, 48 | then from Him the creature ~proceeds, to which belongs inequality; 259 1, 56 | operative power, from which proceeds whatever is ~proper or common 260 1, 57 | perfectly; according as it proceeds ~from the order of the Divine 261 1, 66 | the form of ~his handiwork proceeds from the forms in the mind 262 1, 69 | heaven and earth," and then proceeds ~to explain them part by 263 1, 74 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument proceeds from the proximate and natural 264 1, 75 | faculty, from ~which Aristotle proceeds to consider things relating 265 1, 76 | and known. His argument proceeds in this ~sense; for if love 266 1, 76 | in this, that the former proceeds from something hot, which 267 1, 76 | that from which a thing proceeds is its cause. But the ~essence 268 1, 76 | Therefore one power of the soul proceeds from ~the essence of the 269 1, 78 | not ~always in act, but proceeds from potentiality to act; 270 1, 78 | And since movement always proceeds from something ~immovable, 271 1, 78 | interior speech," from which proceeds "external ~speech." For 272 1, 78 | is a ~kind of movement, proceeds from the understanding of 273 1, 84 | and ~each of these actions proceeds in virtue of some form. 274 1, 84 | as the form ~from which proceeds an act tending to something 275 1, 84 | so the form from which proceeds an action remaining in the ~ 276 1, 84 | consider that our intellect proceeds from a state of ~potentiality 277 1, 84 | sense, like the intellect, proceeds from potentiality to ~act, 278 1, 84 | composition and division ~it proceeds to another, which is the 279 1, 84 | previously, for a definition "proceeds from the first and more 280 1, 92 | consisting in the ~fact that man proceeds from man, as God from God; 281 1, 92 | nature, ~proves that it proceeds from a principle; while 282 1, 92 | according as the word in us proceeds from the speaker; and love 283 1, 92 | knowledge of ~Himself; and Love proceeds from God according as He 284 1, 92 | necessary to observe what proceeds ~and whence it proceeds; 285 1, 92 | proceeds ~and whence it proceeds; namely, that what is Word 286 1, 92 | that what is Word of God proceeds from ~knowledge of God.~ 287 1, 100 | produced by generation nature proceeds ~from the imperfect to the 288 1, 102 | from one there naturally proceeds but one. But the world ~ 289 1, 102 | general, inasmuch as it proceeds from the governing cause 290 1, 102 | particular, inasmuch as it proceeds from some particular ~cause 291 1, 104 | conclude that ~from Him proceeds all intellectual power. 292 1, 104 | secondary cause; but it proceeds from God as ~from its first 293 1, 111 | to be sent who in any way proceeds from another so as ~to begin 294 1, 111 | by the angel who is sent, proceeds from God as ~from its first 295 1, 114 | that, Since every multitude proceeds from unity; and since what ~ 296 1, 114 | of ~nature, all movement proceeds from the immovable. Therefore 297 2, 1 | same act, in so far as it proceeds once from ~the agent, is 298 2, 1 | Consequently if that which proceeds from good is ~itself good, 299 2, 2 | knowledge of another's happiness proceeds from, and, in a fashion, ~ 300 2, 3 | 7 action is twofold. One proceeds ~from the agent into outward 301 2, 3 | it, and from ~wondering proceeds to inquire. Nor does this 302 2, 6 | the will or of nature, ~proceeds from God as the First Mover. 303 2, 6 | that is voluntary which proceeds from the will. But nothing 304 2, 6 | that, Voluntary is what proceeds from the will. Now one thing ~ 305 2, 6 | the will. Now one thing ~proceeds from another in two ways. 306 2, 6 | in which sense ~something proceeds from another inasmuch as 307 2, 6 | in which sense ~something proceeds from another through this 308 2, 6 | not only to that which ~proceeds from the will directly, 309 2, 6 | but also to that ~which proceeds from it indirectly as from 310 2, 6 | not only the act, which proceeds immediately from ~the will, 311 2, 6 | Consequently, as to the act which proceeds immediately from the will, ~ 312 2, 7 | intellectual knowledge proceeds from the better known to 313 2, 14 | of the reason. But reason proceeds ~from things that precede 314 2, 17 | the organ of generation proceeds the seminal virtue, ~which 315 2, 18 | direct; if an action that proceeds from deliberate reason be ~ 316 2, 18 | every human action that proceeds from deliberate reason, 317 2, 18 | indifferent; and the objection proceeds along this line. ~But no 318 2, 20 | continual movement which proceeds from various ~intentions, 319 2, 20 | servant, in so far as it proceeds from ~the will of the servant, 320 2, 20 | but only in so far ~as it proceeds from the master's command. 321 2, 21 | When therefore an action ~proceeds from a natural force, in 322 2, 28 | love. Wherefore every act proceeds from any passion, proceeds 323 2, 28 | proceeds from any passion, proceeds also ~from love as from 324 2, 30 | the fitting good, since it proceeds ~from love. But the infinite 325 2, 32 | accidentally, in so far ~as it proceeds from a greater desire: for 326 2, 34 | nor a ~venial sin; yet it proceeds from a kind of moral malice, 327 2, 46 | Reply OBJ 3: That which proceeds from several causes, is 328 2, 48 | thus disturbed, the mouth proceeds to speak.~ 329 2, 50 | every ~operation of the body proceeds either from a natural quality 330 2, 51 | from an active principle, proceeds from a more excellent principle 331 2, 52 | like the habit ~whence it proceeds. Therefore every act increases 332 2, 56 | A[2]): for all operation proceeds from the ~soul through a 333 2, 56 | their acts. But one act proceeds in various way from ~several 334 2, 56 | several powers: thus walking proceeds from the reason as directing, 335 2, 56 | powers. Because an act, which proceeds from one power ~according 336 2, 58 | commands, the hand or ~the foot proceeds to action. Hence the Philosopher 337 2, 58 | matters, in so far as it ~proceeds from naturally known principles, 338 2, 58 | principles from which reason proceeds to argue. And when reason 339 2, 60 | some evil: thus from love proceeds desire, and from ~desire 340 2, 62 | man hopes in someone, he proceeds to love him: so that in 341 2, 65 | right ~movement of the will proceeds from a right love, as Augustine 342 2, 68 | the cause from ~which it proceeds. Now there is no reason 343 2, 68 | no reason why that which proceeds from ~one as a gift should 344 2, 68 | intellectual virtue, so far as it ~proceeds from the judgment of reason: 345 2, 68 | according ~as its work proceeds from the Divine prompting. 346 2, 70 | If then man's ~operation proceeds from man in virtue of his 347 2, 70 | of his reason: but if it proceeds from him in respect of a 348 2, 70 | fruit is something ~that proceeds from a source as from a 349 2, 70 | in which the ~Holy Ghost proceeds in us: which process consists 350 2, 70 | Reply OBJ 1: That which proceeds from a tree against the 351 2, 74 | imagination. Now sometimes man proceeds to act through ~the apprehension 352 2, 74 | consent to a sinful act always proceeds ~from the higher reason: 353 2, 74 | thought; and then his thought proceeds ~from the inclination of 354 2, 74 | from which deliberation proceeds, belongs to the reason, 355 2, 77 | respect every sinful act proceeds from inordinate ~desire 356 2, 77 | movements. Now when anyone ~proceeds from passion to a sinful 357 2, 79 | OBJ 3: The effect which proceeds from the middle cause, according ~ 358 2, 84 | the desire for the means proceeds from desire for the ~end. 359 2, 84 | the root of all sins, but proceeds from ~some deeper root.~ 360 2, 85 | OBJ 3: A voluntary action proceeds from various powers, active 361 2, 89 | act of deliberation which proceeds from a ~higher good, as 362 2, 91 | speculative reason: for each ~proceeds from principles to conclusions, 363 2, 96 | Further, a virtuous act proceeds from a virtue. But virtue 364 2, 96 | does it. Such an act always proceeds from virtue: and it does 365 2, 97 | 1~I answer that, All law proceeds from the reason and will 366 2, 100 | judgment of speculative reason proceeds from ~the natural knowledge 367 2, 100 | judgment of practical ~reason proceeds from principles known naturally, 368 2, 100 | implies that the action proceeds from a rooted habit. In 369 2, 109 | which the natural ~operation proceeds. Hence it seems that, with 370 2, 110 | graces." ~And from the second proceeds the third, since from benefits 371 2, 113 | is not imputed; for it ~proceeds from the Divine love, that 372 2, 114 | two ways: ~first, as it proceeds from free-will; secondly, 373 2, 114 | free-will; secondly, as it proceeds from the ~grace of the Holy 374 2, 114 | meritorious work, inasmuch as it proceeds ~from the grace of the Holy 375 2, 114 | 3: Man's every good work proceeds from the first grace as 376 2, 1 | the operation of grace proceeds in orderly fashion no ~less 377 2, 1 | and in this way nature proceeds from the imperfect to the 378 2, 4 | faith to believe anything, proceeds from ~the will obeying God. 379 2, 4 | Wherefore an act that proceeds from two such ~powers must 380 2, 4 | to assent. And this act proceeds ~from the will and the intellect, 381 2, 5 | teaching of the Church, which proceeds ~from the First Truth. Consequently 382 2, 5 | teaching of the Church, which proceeds ~from the First Truth manifested 383 2, 5 | since the act of ~faith proceeds both from the intellect 384 2, 8 | Hence the act of ~reasoning proceeds from something previously 385 2, 13 | Lord ~speaks of, always proceeds from contemptuous malice.~ 386 2, 13 | certain malice, when it proceeds from the inclination of 387 2, 16 | Sent. iii, D, 26) that hope proceeds ~from merits, which precede 388 2, 16 | not every kind of ~hope proceeds from charity, but only the 389 2, 18 | answer that, Servile fear proceeds from self-love, because 390 2, 18 | principles from which that art ~proceeds, while the beginning of 391 2, 18 | riches. In either case, ~this proceeds from poverty of spirit, 392 2, 19 | virtue itself; even as an act proceeds ~from a habit: and in this 393 2, 19 | virtue." Secondly, a thing proceeds from a virtue ~indirectly, 394 2, 21 | fear, since "every fear proceeds from some kind of love," 395 2, 21 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: From love proceeds filial fear as also other 396 2, 23 | said that in us charity proceeds from "a pure ~heart, and 397 2, 27 | joy is ~the better, and proceeds from charity chiefly: while 398 2, 27 | chiefly: while the latter joy ~proceeds from hope also, whereby 399 2, 27 | the spiritual joy which proceeds from charity, can be filled?~ 400 2, 27 | the spiritual joy which proceeds from charity ~cannot be 401 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Hope proceeds from love even as joy does, 402 2, 28 | charity: for such a dissension proceeds from a ~difference of opinion, 403 2, 30 | sinner, ~inasmuch as the sin proceeds from his inordinate will, 404 2, 31 | Para. 2/2~Now an act which proceeds from a habit or power extends 405 2, 33 | OBJ 3: Further, that which proceeds from a good root is, seemingly, 406 2, 33 | seemingly, no ~sin. Now sloth proceeds from a good root, for Cassian 407 2, 39 | itself, and so the passage proceeds, "and ~delights in brawling." 408 2, 39 | A[1]); whereas ~strife proceeds from a private feeling of 409 2, 41 | from such ~things sometimes proceeds from malice, for instance 410 2, 41 | contempt. Sometimes scandal proceeds from weakness or ignorance, 411 2, 47 | every deduction of reason proceeds from certain ~statements 412 2, 49 | which aims ~at research proceeds from common principles; 413 2, 49 | which ~tends to judgment, proceeds from proper principles. 414 2, 53 | another way when the reason proceeds from false premises, that 415 2, 55 | called "positive" when it proceeds from the ~human will. But 416 2, 55 | just, simply because it proceeds from the ~human will, else 417 2, 57 | Action by its very nature proceeds from an agent, whereas ~ 418 2, 58 | rightly about virtuous ~deeds proceeds, properly speaking, from 419 2, 58 | matters of justice, judgment ~proceeds from justice, even as in 420 2, 58 | matters of fortitude, it proceeds from ~fortitude. Accordingly 421 2, 58 | forbids the ~judgment which proceeds not from benevolence but 422 2, 62 | process of generation nature proceeds from ~imperfection to perfection. 423 2, 64 | cannot be done with the proceeds of ~robbery, according to 424 2, 65 | 3: God, in judging man, proceeds from His own knowledge of 425 2, 66 | man through levity of mind proceeds to accuse someone, because 426 2, 74 | OBJ 2: Further, that which proceeds from a slight movement of 427 2, 76 | which a man buys with the proceeds of usury is due ~to him 428 2, 76 | which is acquired by the proceeds of usury is sometimes lawfully ~ 429 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The proceeds of money taken in usury 430 2, 80 | Now every act of the ~will proceeds from some consideration, 431 2, 80 | that "just as laughter proceeds from joy, so tears and ~ 432 2, 81 | not meritorious. All merit proceeds ~from grace. But prayer 433 2, 81 | in ~meriting, because it proceeds from charity as its root, 434 2, 81 | merit to enjoy. Yet prayer proceeds ~from charity through the 435 2, 81 | impetrates ~sanctifying grace proceeds from some grace, as from 436 2, 82 | spirit, in so far as it ~proceeds from and is directed to 437 2, 84 | they signify robbery, the proceeds of which cannot be offered 438 2, 86 | the will ~forasmuch as it proceeds from the will as first mover.~ 439 2, 86 | the contrary, That which proceeds from the common will of 440 2, 86 | stability than that which proceeds from the individual ~will 441 2, 87 | confirmation from reason, which proceeds from principles known naturally ~ 442 2, 93 | whereby it is caused), or it proceeds from the ~same cause, so 443 2, 93 | for its term, just as it proceeds ~from some one principle, 444 2, 94 | to observe the order that proceeds from divine providence. ~ 445 2, 95 | Wherefore ~all temptation proceeds from some ignorance or doubt, 446 2, 96 | depends how the assertion proceeds from ~the mind, for the 447 2, 96 | temptation" ~(because, to wit, it proceeds from his weakness in doubting 448 2, 98 | order to signify that it ~proceeds from choice, which takes 449 2, 99 | service and homage to anyone proceeds from ~love. But it belongs 450 2, 102 | chiefly according as it proceeds from the will. Wherefore 451 2, 102 | obedience is a precept, and this proceeds from ~another's will. Wherefore 452 2, 102 | the causes from ~which it proceeds differ specifically.~Aquin.: 453 2, 102 | deserves praise because it proceeds from ~charity: for Gregory 454 2, 102 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Obedience proceeds from reverence, which pays 455 2, 102 | Accordingly, in so far as it proceeds ~from reverence for a superior, 456 2, 102 | observance; while in so far as it proceeds from reverence for one's ~ 457 2, 102 | piety; and in so far as it proceeds from ~reverence for God, 458 2, 105 | since the debt of gratitude proceeds from that virtue, as stated 459 2, 106 | Now every act of virtue proceeds from charity as ~its root, 460 2, 108 | lying and deceiving." ~This proceeds from a habit, wherefore 461 2, 110 | it ~arises: and thus it proceeds from pride as its inwardly 462 2, 110 | vainglory: and ~then if it proceeds from pride or from such 463 2, 111 | for the most part boasting proceeds from a viler motive, namely, 464 2, 115 | money by giving it to others proceeds from a greater virtue ~than 465 2, 115 | of beneficence and mercy proceeds from the fact ~that a man 466 2, 115 | Reply OBJ 1: God's giving proceeds from His love for those 467 2, 121 | for the First Objection ~proceeds as though the very essence 468 2, 121 | 8). Now the ~brave deed proceeds from a habit which acts 469 2, 123 | the ~other hand despair proceeds from some kind of fear. 470 2, 130 | the causes from which it proceeds, so that glory is compared ~ 471 2, 131 | account of pride whence it proceeds.~ 472 2, 132 | liberal man, inasmuch as ~it proceeds from an ordinate affection 473 2, 134 | sake of his body's health, proceeds from the love a man naturally 474 2, 134 | endurance and ~patience which proceeds from a supernatural love.~ 475 2, 139 | for ~pleasures of touch proceeds from a natural cause, wherefore 476 2, 145 | 3: The "fasting of joy" proceeds from the instigation of 477 2, 146 | especially the sin that proceeds from habit, but the random 478 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 3: Scurrility proceeds from the act of gluttony, 479 2, 151 | desire ~for that end, a man proceeds to commit many sins, all 480 2, 152 | grievous according as it proceeds from a ~greater sensuous 481 2, 152 | ordering of right reason proceeds from man, so ~the order 482 2, 154 | of its own choice, which proceeds from ~a habit acquired through 483 2, 154 | the intemperate man this proceeds from a habit, which is ~ 484 2, 154 | of the incontinent man ~proceeds from a passion, which is 485 2, 156 | breaks out deliberately ~proceeds from pride, whereby a man 486 2, 156 | disturbance of the ~mind, proceeds from anger.~Aquin.: SMT 487 2, 159 | OBJ 2: Further, humility proceeds from within to externals, 488 2, 159 | the act ~of one virtue proceeds from the act of another.~ 489 2, 160 | humility by default; since each proceeds from a smallness of ~mind. 490 2, 162 | said to be natural if it proceeds from the ~principles of 491 2, 172 | that "one kind of prophecy proceeds from the Divine ~predestination, 492 2, 172 | question. ~Another prophecy proceeds from God's foreknowledge: 493 2, 176 | faith, ~secondly, because it proceeds from God's omnipotence on 494 2, 178 | principles, from which it proceeds to the ~contemplation of 495 2, 178 | angel is that by which he proceeds to ~the care of those things 496 2, 178 | intelligible operation by which one proceeds from ~one point to another 497 2, 178 | a straight line when he proceeds to the care of things subject 498 2, 180 | while a well-ordered life proceeds from action to ~contemplation, 499 2, 183 | drink with drunkards," which proceeds from lust, "the lord of 500 2, 184 | action or transgression proceeds from contempt when a ~man'


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