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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | so as to obtain the best result. Hence it is plain that 2 1, 7 | greater ~number of things result. Hence, as the infinite 3 1, 12 | mode of the knower, it must result that ~the knowledge of the 4 1, 13 | which is not an ~adequate result of the power of the efficient 5 1, 15 | and is not the accidental result of a ~succession of agents, 6 1, 16 | From this, conclusions result that are inadmissible, and 7 1, 19 | that He wills, does ~not result from defect in the divine 8 1, 19 | yet whatever effect does result, in ~corporeal things, from 9 1, 25 | operation there ~could not result other things, nor another 10 1, 28 | Reply OBJ 4: Relations which result from the mental operation 11 1, 34 | OBJ 2: Since the relations result from actions, some names 12 1, 39 | oneness of nature does not ~result from division, or from union 13 1, 41 | from ~the relations which result from action and passion, 14 1, 45 | from nothing, but are the result of their own component ~ 15 1, 59 | angels' knowledge is not the result of inquiring, for this belongs 16 1, 66 | particular thing to be, it would result that the supervening form ~ 17 1, 66 | that comes and ~goes as a result of movement, but something 18 1, 75 | the body is weary, this result is accidental, inasmuch 19 1, 75 | and even then ~there would result a difference of species 20 1, 76 | Now mingling does not ~result from matter alone; for then 21 1, 77 | elements, of which smell is the result.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 22 1, 39 | oneness of nature does not ~result from division, or from union 23 1, 41 | from ~the relations which result from action and passion, 24 1, 46 | from nothing, but are the result of their own component ~ 25 1, 60 | angels' knowledge is not the result of inquiring, for this belongs 26 1, 67 | particular thing to be, it would result that the supervening form ~ 27 1, 67 | that comes and ~goes as a result of movement, but something 28 1, 74 | the body is weary, this result is accidental, inasmuch 29 1, 74 | and even then ~there would result a difference of species 30 1, 75 | Now mingling does not ~result from matter alone; for then 31 1, 76 | elements, of which smell is the result.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 32 1, 83 | because the nature of a result is determined by its ~principles, 33 1, 83 | forms of each individual result, ~for instance, of bone, 34 1, 83 | affected by the sensible, the ~result being that the soul is in 35 1, 84 | for the ~singular is the result of matter, while the idea 36 1, 85 | connection ~with its future result, then the future is known 37 1, 85 | as to produce a certain result more frequently ~than not, 38 1, 90 | defect arises as a necessary ~result of the matter, from the 39 1, 91 | subjection and limitation were a result of sin, for to ~the woman 40 1, 95 | between virtue and vice; the result of which is that some are ~ 41 1, 97 | great ~blessing to be its result. We must, therefore, observe 42 1, 98 | infantile defects which result from birth; but not senile 43 1, 99 | whatever accidental qualities result from the nature of the ~ 44 1, 100 | Further, ignorance is a result of sin, as Bede says (Cf. 45 1, 102 | possible for an effect to result outside the order ~of some 46 1, 103 | being" of the house is a result of its ~form, which consists 47 1, 104 | things heavy and light result from the form which they 48 1, 104 | without time can only be the result ~of an infinite power. The 49 1, 104 | as intellectuality is a result of immateriality, it ~follows 50 1, 109 | movements besides those ~which result from the forms; for instance, 51 1, 109 | more can local movements result from the ~power of spiritual 52 1, 112 | receive therefrom does not result in their deserving eternal 53 1, 114 | bodies for the ~intended result. Now it is manifest that " 54 1, 114 | better disposed for the result for which they are summoned.~ 55 1, 114 | effects of heavenly bodies result of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT 56 1, 117 | the form there would ~not result something simply one. But 57 1, 117 | soul, then it must be the result of some violent cause, and 58 1, 117 | of the body, which was a result of sin. Consequently it 59 1, 118 | of necessity it can only result from ~division. Therefore 60 1, 118 | human body can ~only be the result of the food being changed 61 2, 1 | satisfying of anger: the result being that there ~would 62 2, 2 | And therefore ~honor can result from happiness, but happiness 63 2, 2 | But bodily pleasure cannot result from the perfect good even 64 2, 4 | youth," because it is a result of youth. ~Consequently 65 2, 4 | desire ~to rule the body, the result of which is that it is held 66 2, 6 | Praise and blame are the result of the voluntary act, ~wherein 67 2, 6 | properly ~speaking it would not result in the act being involuntary, 68 2, 6 | was not bound to know, the result ~being that he does that 69 2, 9 | natural forms, from ~which result the natural movements of 70 2, 10 | which is natural, as a ~result of the form only, is always 71 2, 10 | that which is natural as a result of matter, is not always 72 2, 12 | but knows not what the result may be, as Augustine expounds ~( 73 2, 14 | movement, and are not the ~result of our actions, such as 74 2, 17 | will wills to reason, ~the result is that the act of the reason 75 2, 18 | proportion, evil is the ~result. So it is with action. For 76 2, 18 | One is privation "as a result" ~[privatum esse], and this 77 2, 19 | ignorance, then evil must needs result in the ~will. Nor is this 78 2, 20 | or a double evil is the result. Secondly, in ~point of 79 2, 20 | cause. But the consequences result from the action as an effect 80 2, 20 | actions done by the hearers, result from the ~preacher's words, 81 2, 20 | if irregularity were the result ~of the fault. But it is 82 2, 20 | fault. But it is not the result of the fault, but of the 83 2, 20 | that the servant's action ~result from his master's good will, 84 2, 21 | called sins, inasmuch as they result from a ~sin in nature's 85 2, 22 | intense it is: and ~the result is that at first we always 86 2, 23 | evil hard to avoid. The ~result is that all the irascible 87 2, 26 | union, but that union is a result ~of love. Hence, too, Dionysius 88 2, 26 | own pleasure or use, the result is that friendship of the 89 2, 28 | but since "this would result in ~either one or both being 90 2, 28 | But love does not always result in loss of ~reason: for 91 2, 28 | other passions of the soul, result ~from love. Wherefore every 92 2, 28 | OBJ 3: Hatred also is a result of love, as we shall state 93 2, 29 | natural appetite is the result of apprehension ~(though 94 2, 29 | animal appetite, which does result from an ~apprehension in 95 2, 30 | the higher appetite, the result being that the body itself 96 2, 31 | things which we desire as a result of reason. But we do not ~ 97 2, 32 | pleasure must needs be the ~result of some operation.~Aquin.: 98 2, 32 | mode of being, that might ~result from continued operation. 99 2, 32 | better than others; the result being that they give man 100 2, 33 | some suitable good. As a result of this apprehension, ~man 101 2, 34 | not the pleasures ~which result from an act of reason, that 102 2, 34 | becoming"; for some ~pleasures result from perfect operations, 103 2, 34 | pleasures ~are good which result from good operations, and 104 2, 35 | above (Q[33], A[2]), the result being that an ~apprehension 105 2, 36 | pain ~or sorrow will not result therefrom; such is the result 106 2, 36 | result therefrom; such is the result only when the ~contrary 107 2, 36 | yield by consenting, the result ~would be not sorrow but 108 2, 37 | have one intention. The result is that if one thing draws 109 2, 37 | movement or ~action would result from that sorrow.~Aquin.: 110 2, 40 | appetite of ~insensible things, result from the apprehension of 111 2, 40 | something easily, and the result of this is hope. ~Wherefore 112 2, 44 | OBJ 2: Further, when, as a result of contraction, the vital 113 2, 44 | the vital spirits, which result from the ~craving for vengeance, 114 2, 44 | concentrate around the heart: the ~result being that an angry man 115 2, 44 | concentrating around it: the result being that a man ~who is 116 2, 44 | direction through the mouth: the result being ~that fear makes its 117 2, 44 | outward parts of the body: the result being that those who are 118 2, 44 | parts of the body, the ~result being that the outer parts 119 2, 44 | ensues; sometimes ~indeed the result is a loosening of the bowels, 120 2, 45 | Therefore daring ~does not result from hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 121 2, 45 | and consequently does not result from it.~Aquin.: SMT FS 122 2, 46 | reason's command, but as a result of reason's denouncing ~ 123 2, 46 | desire, which tendencies result from ~a man's individual 124 2, 48 | the action of heat, ~the result is that the movement of 125 2, 48 | love thereof the more: the result being that his heart is 126 2, 48 | and taciturnity is the result.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 127 2, 49 | so called ~because they result from the various predicaments; 128 2, 52 | perfect measure, this is the result of a change in the ~simple 129 2, 52 | Opposite effects do not result from the same cause. But ~ 130 2, 53 | or deeds, the necessary result is that many passions and 131 2, 57 | as science, which is the result of a ~demonstrative syllogism, 132 2, 65 | things to be done, would result in a deficiency affecting ~ 133 2, 65 | choosing rightly, which is the ~result of prudence; for which reason 134 2, 66 | are added together, the result is ~greater than either 135 2, 68 | doing good ~works, and which result from the other gifts.~Aquin.: 136 2, 70 | given to us." The necessary result of the love of charity ~ 137 2, 71 | sit up late at night, the ~result being that he does not go 138 2, 72 | so ~far as they are the result of diversity of form; thus 139 2, 72 | different, in so far as they result from different motives.~ 140 2, 73 | cut ~through a field, the result being that he knowingly 141 2, 73 | notorious fornicator, the result is that ~many are scandalized; 142 2, 73 | of external actions, the result of an action if ~foreseen 143 2, 75 | negation in itself; ~since the result of the removing the cause 144 2, 75 | inordinateness of sin is a result ~of the cause of the act. 145 2, 76 | be a sin, but ~rather a result of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 146 2, 76 | hard ~at his studies, the result being that he is ignorant, 147 2, 76 | drinks too much wine, the result being that he becomes drunk ~ 148 2, 77 | object of their emotion, the result being that the judgment 149 2, 77 | bodily transmutation, the result of which is that the reason 150 2, 77 | weakness should be ~those which result from bodily defects, rather 151 2, 77 | the order of reason, the result being ~that an impediment 152 2, 78 | remains ~unimpaired, the result being that a sinner does 153 2, 78 | excludes a spiritual good: the result being that a man ~chooses 154 2, 79 | evil to man; this was the result of man's folly, wherefore 155 2, 79 | withdrawal of grace, the result ~of which is that the mind 156 2, 80 | For his operation may ~result in presenting certain forms 157 2, 80 | those effects which ~can result from the local movement 158 2, 80 | sensitive appetite, the result is that man ~more easily 159 2, 80 | as though each were the result of his suggestion. ~Origen 160 2, 81 | suffering that are a necessary ~result of the matter which is provided 161 2, 81 | the original state, were a result, not of the condition of 162 2, 84 | and especially to God; the result being that a man is unduly 163 2, 84 | one ~particular end, the result being that he frequently 164 2, 85 | other bodily defects are the result of sin?~(6) Whether they 165 2, 85 | active and ~passive. The result is that through voluntary 166 2, 85 | above (Q[77], AA[1], 2). The result of this is ~the inordinateness, 167 2, 85 | 1/3~I answer that, As a result of original justice, the 168 2, 85 | whole of human ~nature as a result of our first parent's sin. 169 2, 85 | four wounds are also ~the result of other sins, in so far 170 2, 85 | Further, different effects result from different sins. Now 171 2, 85 | consequently, must be the result of different sins. ~Therefore 172 2, 85 | other bodily defects are the result of sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 173 2, 85 | bodily defects are not the ~result of sin. Because equal causes 174 2, 85 | especially these defects seem to result, is ~equal in all, as stated 175 2, 85 | suchlike ~defects are not the result of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 176 2, 85 | bodily defects are not the result of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 177 2, 85 | its ~nature or form, the result being that the effect is 178 2, 87 | above (Q[79], A[3]), the result is ~that the sin which ensues 179 2, 87 | all the penalties ~which result from this defect in human 180 2, 88 | called venial "from the result." Secondly, a sin is called ~ 181 2, 88 | deliberate reason, ~the result is that by such a subtraction 182 2, 89 | inordinateness whatever, the result is that the first man could 183 2, 89 | liability to concupiscence was a result ~of original justice. Wherefore 184 2, 91 | different and contrary ~laws result. In order, therefore, that 185 2, 94 | parts of human nature. The result would be that even ~things 186 2, 97 | acts, nothing ~good is the result. Now a law is something 187 2, 99 | perfection which was to result from Christ's coming: ~and 188 2, 100 | there ~would be no useful result, or that some utility might 189 2, 102 | strifes and quarrels be ~the result. Hence the temple was not 190 2, 102 | aforesaid uncleannesses, the result ~was that men could seldom 191 2, 102 | leprosy was frequently a result of sin: and some of ~the 192 2, 103 | scandalize the Jews, the result being that he ~gave scandal 193 2, 105 | uncertain whether he died as ~a result of the blows he received. 194 2, 105 | latter infidelity is not the result of the lust of pleasure, 195 2, 108 | bestowed more abundantly, the result was an increase in the number 196 2, 112 | perfection of the Church may result from these ~various degree; 197 2, 2 | matters of faith is the result of Divine ~revelation: for 198 2, 2 | unfolding of faith is the result of Divine revelation, which 199 2, 4 | evidence" is taken for the result of ~evidence. For evidence 200 2, 7 | reverential fear follows, the ~result of which is that man submits 201 2, 8 | they are, and which may result from man's activity. ~Therefore 202 2, 8 | and this cleanness is the ~result of the gift of understanding.~ 203 2, 10 | ignorance of Divine things is a ~result of the sin of our first 204 2, 10 | be feared as a probable ~result, they should be forbidden 205 2, 11 | of adultery is both the result of the theft, and is included ~ 206 2, 12 | which tends to evil. The result is that "he sows discord," ~ 207 2, 18 | himself to ~Him: for the result will be that in all things 208 2, 18 | submission to God which is the result of ~filial fear, than is 209 2, 19 | enjoy ~carnal pleasure, the result of which is that he departs 210 2, 22 | love Him, are secondary and result from the ~first.~Aquin.: 211 2, 23 | and this approach is the result ~of charity, since it unites 212 2, 23 | if it were ~possible, the result would be a greater lover, 213 2, 23 | because it is not the result of human acts, but is caused 214 2, 24 | signs of charity are the result of inward ~love, and are 215 2, 25 | lover, as stated above. The result is ~that the man who is 216 2, 27 | consider the effects which result from the principal act of ~ 217 2, 28 | A[1]). ~The first is the result of one's own appetites being 218 2, 28 | neighbor as ourselves, the ~result being that we wish to fulfil 219 2, 28 | our pity "when it is the result of an accident, as ~when 220 2, 28 | special virtues, because they ~result from charity, as stated 221 2, 28 | Now this is chiefly the result of mercy, since of God is 222 2, 29 | that, consequently, the result of an act of love is that 223 2, 30 | excessive love of ~riches, the result of which is that one clings 224 2, 30 | special, it is either the ~result of an internal cause, like 225 2, 30 | Thirdly, in respect of the result of the ~inordinate act, 226 2, 30 | impoverished. But this would be the result if alms were ~given in abundance. 227 2, 31 | goodwill ~towards him: the result being that he strives to 228 2, 31 | this does not ~seem to result from covetousness, but to 229 2, 31 | persuaded that this evil result ~would be prevented by admonishing 230 2, 33 | Avoidance ~of the end is the result of "despair," while avoidance 231 2, 33 | Isidore states to be the result of ~sorrow, is an effect 232 2, 34 | the same as envy, but is a result thereof, because grief over 233 2, 36 | in the fruit that would result therefrom, namely that Christ 234 2, 36 | or vainglory, should not result from the contraries of ~ 235 2, 37 | beside his intention as a result ~of his turning inordinately 236 2, 39 | up of self which are the result of ~anger or vainglory, 237 2, 41 | infliction of punishment ~will result in more numerous and more 238 2, 42 | the other acts ~of charity result from the act of love as 239 2, 43 | for Divine things is the result of ~charity, which unites 240 2, 43 | direction of ~wisdom does there result any bitterness or toil in 241 2, 43 | acts; on the ~contrary the result of wisdom is to make the 242 2, 43 | remote effects, since they ~result from charity, as stated 243 2, 43 | both cases ~this is the result of setting in due order 244 2, 44 | Sometimes however it is the result of a ~man's being simply 245 2, 47 | Now experience is the result of many memories as stated 246 2, 49 | the appetitive power, the result being that one ~judges well 247 2, 50 | things which may occur, the result is that "the thoughts of ~ 248 2, 50 | OBJ 3: Further, the fruits result from the beatitudes, for 249 2, 51 | negligence, or of the consequent result, ~and for this reason it 250 2, 52 | remissness of the will, the result being a lack of solicitude 251 2, 53 | obtain temporal things, ~the result being that a man is drawn 252 2, 59 | belonged to the other. The result of this will ~be equality 253 2, 61 | circumstances of ~a person which result in dignity or right, whereas 254 2, 61 | circumstances that do not so result.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[63] A[ 255 2, 62 | naturally loves itself, the result ~being that everything naturally 256 2, 62 | beloved." Therefore its result, which is the slaying of 257 2, 62 | a person is killed as a result of something done ~for a 258 2, 62 | occupation and take due care, the result being that a ~person loses 259 2, 62 | that death is the natural result of such a blow.~Aquin.: 260 2, 67 | from which death would result, such as to stay in the 261 2, 68 | authority of that Church, a result which would be more fraught 262 2, 71 | effect however may ~also result from other sins pertaining 263 2, 71 | against good persons, with the result ~that those who have been 264 2, 80 | surrender ~himself to God. The result is that such like things 265 2, 80 | itself to God, and the direct result ~of this consideration is 266 2, 81 | which may have an ~evil result, and which man may use ill 267 2, 81 | they cannot ~have an evil result. Such are those which are 268 2, 86 | good, whatever be their result; such are ~acts of virtue, 269 2, 86 | are evil, whatever their result may be; as those things 270 2, 86 | yet they may have an evil result, in which case the vow ~ 271 2, 86 | this could have an ~evil result if, as indeed happened, 272 2, 86 | kept if it have an ~evil result (A[2], ad 2). Therefore 273 2, 87 | For in either case "its ~result is evil" [*Cf. Bede, Homil. 274 2, 87 | unless it leads to an evil result, as stated.~Aquin.: SMT 275 2, 87 | oath may lead to an evil result in two ways. First, ~because 276 2, 87 | very outset it has an evil result, either through being ~evil 277 2, 87 | an oath leads to an evil result through some new and ~unforeseen 278 2, 87 | it, or if great good may ~result therefrom. Especially is 279 2, 89 | useful in conducing to this result is becomingly adopted in ~ 280 2, 93 | reason is gathered from the result. For the demon who ~intends 281 2, 93 | inclinations by their reason. The result is that astrologers in many ~ 282 2, 93 | something, that by observing the result one may come ~to the knowledge 283 2, 93 | sortilege depended for ~their result on the dispositions of the 284 2, 93 | this cause, however, the result of sortilegious acts must ~ 285 2, 93 | so far as a ~miraculous result is expected from God, it 286 2, 94 | even though it achieve its result ~through the demons.~Aquin.: 287 2, 94 | forces of natural bodies result from their ~substantial 288 2, 94 | forms of artificial bodies result from the ~conception of 289 2, 94 | God alone, from Whom ~the result is expected: but it is unlawful 290 2, 94 | on the demons for their ~result, especially in the case 291 2, 95 | deeds, wherein the ~expected result is ascribed to the power 292 2, 95 | certain deeds wherein the result is expected from the power 293 2, 95 | when man is tempted the result is not always expected from 294 2, 95 | is God tempted when the result is expected from His ~power 295 2, 101 | honor and praise, since the result of our bearing ~witness 296 2, 106 | is not medicinal, but a result of spiritual condemnation.~ 297 2, 108 | and a manifestation is the result. But when this manifestation 298 2, 108 | indefinite number of effects can result from one act. Now this division ~ 299 2, 112 | man loves ~another and may result from any virtue. We have 300 2, 112 | of ~some good that will result, or in order to avoid some 301 2, 116 | end is very desirable, the result is that through desire thereof 302 2, 116 | indeed it seems rather to result from a lack of ~reason. 303 2, 120 | goodness of the will, the result of which ~is that a man 304 2, 121 | fortissime] to good, the ~result being that it does not yield 305 2, 122 | except in so far as these result in death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 306 2, 123 | evil to be shunned. The result is that reason dictates 307 2, 123 | anything that is not a ~result of one's own wickedness." 308 2, 124 | of these things cannot ~result from an entire lack of love, 309 2, 124 | loves. This is sometimes the result of pride of soul presuming 310 2, 124 | fearlessness is a vice, whether it ~result from lack of love, pride 311 2, 125 | excess of ~daring seems to result from presumption of mind. 312 2, 126 | produces brave deeds as a result of warlike art or experience; 313 2, 127 | the highest esteem, the ~result is that they show greater 314 2, 130 | honor, and thus it is the result of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT 315 2, 131 | pusillanimity may in some way be the result of pride: ~when, to wit, 316 2, 133 | produce a more magnificent result." On the other hand, ~the 317 2, 133 | may spend least." ~As a result of this he intends to produce 318 2, 136 | wherefore this is the result of vainglory as its cause. 319 2, 139 | the good ~of reason, the result is that he flies from the 320 2, 139 | pleasures. Now ~these pleasures result from the sense of touch. 321 2, 139 | animals pleasures do not result ~from the other senses save 322 2, 139 | For pleasures of the taste result from food and drink, which 323 2, 140 | from such pleasures as ~result from these operations. Thus, 324 2, 140 | they are alike as to the ~result. For a child, if left to 325 2, 142 | nor does its movement ~result from choice, but from an 326 2, 142 | defects which are not the result of any ~fault of his own."~ 327 2, 144 | Reply OBJ 4: Those vices result from abstinence in so far 328 2, 145 | bodily temperaments, the result being that ~one person needs 329 2, 145 | through the limbs (to which result the heat of ~the day conduces 330 2, 146 | the ~point of view of the result that follows, and in this 331 2, 146 | standpoint of the sins that ~result from gluttony. Nor is a 332 2, 146 | which is particularly the result of ~gluttony would seem 333 2, 148 | another way drunkenness may result from ~inordinate concupiscence 334 2, 150 | two ways. If this be the result of the mind's purpose, it 335 2, 150 | the ordinary and ~natural result thereof. In another way 336 2, 150 | like ~pollution is not the result of impurity which excludes 337 2, 151 | towards their ~objects, the result is that the higher powers 338 2, 151 | thoughtlessness and rashness, the ~result is that it makes a man speak 339 2, 152 | fornication has not this result: because a gloss of Ambrose [* 340 2, 152 | OBJ 6: One copulation may result in the begetting of a man, ~ 341 2, 152 | at once moved, with the ~result that usually follows such 342 2, 152 | to induce the ~aforesaid result. Sometimes this is associated 343 2, 152 | sin, but is sometimes the ~result of a previous sin.~Aquin.: 344 2, 152 | greatness of concupiscence, the result being that a man does not 345 2, 154 | pertains to the soul does not result from ~the temperament of 346 2, 154 | a weak temperament, the result is that ~for the most part, 347 2, 154 | difficult to remove," the result is ~that the incontinent 348 2, 154 | incontinence with regard to its ~result.~ 349 2, 156 | outward ~gestures which result from the impetuousness of 350 2, 156 | in a man's ~memory, the result being that it gives rise 351 2, 160 | desires very much, ~the result being that his appetite 352 2, 160 | had it of himself, the result is that his appetite is 353 2, 160 | excellently than other men; the result again being that his appetite ~ 354 2, 161 | in the human appetite to ~result from his coveting a sensible 355 2, 161 | his disobedience was the result ~of his pride. This agrees 356 2, 161 | mind was ~puffed up, the result being that she believed 357 2, 162 | from subjection to God, the result was that neither ~were his 358 2, 162 | to rust is a necessary ~result of such a matter and is 359 2, 164 | the first place, and as a ~result it regards any other things 360 2, 165 | accidentally, by reason of some result, either ~because one takes 361 2, 167 | attachment of the user, the ~result being that a man sometimes 362 2, 168 | parents, which may also be the result of pride, which ~leads many 363 2, 169 | disposed as to lead to such a ~result. In this way we are to understand 364 2, 171 | whence similitudes also result. Therefore it seems that 365 2, 175 | their subjection is not a ~result of their natural sex, as 366 2, 178 | the affective power, the result being that ~love also becomes 367 2, 178 | cleanness of heart, which is a ~result of moral virtue [*Cf. Q[ 368 2, 178 | place without movement, the ~result is that even intelligible 369 2, 178 | Further, delight is the result of a perfect operation, 370 2, 178 | as a rational animal: the result ~being that "all men naturally 371 2, 178 | wisdom and knowledge, the result of ~which is that he contemplates 372 2, 181 | for peace would seem to ~result from likeness, according 373 2, 182 | regard to venial sins, which result from the weakness ~of the 374 2, 182 | freedom; and ~this does not result from a mere progress in 375 2, 184 | such are those things that ~result from the perfection of charity, 376 2, 184 | fulfil those things that result ~from the perfection of 377 2, 185 | through weakness of body, the result being ~that they are unable 378 2, 185 | may be considered as the result of ~covetousness or negligence, 379 2, 186 | or ~glorying in riches, result only from an abundance of 380 2, 187 | sickness or weakness, the result of which sometimes is that 381 3, 2 | hypostasis or person does not result, but ~what is composed of 382 3, 2 | nature ~(viz. human) did not result, but as referring to the 383 3, 6 | that because this Man (as a result of the union) is ~the Only-begotten 384 3, 7 | common since it does not result from something being ~added 385 3, 9 | perfect, as opinion, the result of dialectical syllogisms, 386 3, 13 | God had from eternity; the result of which union ~is that 387 3, 22 | itself. But Christ obtained a result ~from His passion, not as 388 3, 27 | from her?~(4) Whether the result of this sanctification was 389 3, 27 | suffice; ~for otherwise the result of her sanctification would 390 3, 27 | any inordinate motion to result from the fomes.~Aquin.: 391 3, 27 | I count as a miraculous result of the divine power."~Aquin.: 392 3, 27 | profit," which would not result from the sanctification 393 3, 28 | gifts of a glorified body result from an overflow of the 394 3, 28 | conceiving by the Holy Ghost, the result ~being that afterwards they 395 3, 30 | foretold the honor which would result to her therefrom, by ~saying, " 396 3, 31 | priesthood of Christ ~does not result from carnal origin, but 397 3, 32 | motherhood," and "sonship," ~result from generation; yet not 398 3, 33 | preamble; the third, a result of the conception.~Aquin.: 399 3, 35 | just as man's death was a result of the sin of our first ~ 400 3, 35 | for us, not as a necessary result of that sentence, for He 401 3, 37 | Person of the Son of God, the result ~of which union was that " 402 3, 42 | anything that will hinder the ~result of his labor. Now through 403 3, 44 | ailments are not always the ~result of sin, as appears from 404 3, 44 | that his ~sickness was the result of sin."~Aquin.: SMT TP 405 3, 45 | credible that this was the result of the angelic ministries, ~ 406 3, 48 | it was God's flesh, the result of which was that it was 407 3, 48 | he who merits ~awaits the result from someone else. But it 408 3, 49 | heaven's gate is not the result of Christ's ~Passion.~Aquin.: 409 3, 49 | opening of heaven is not the result of Christ's Passion.~Aquin.: 410 3, 50 | form of the body, it ~would result in the Word of God being 411 3, 50 | soul and body: and the ~result of this assumption was that 412 3, 59 | conversely. ~Thirdly, as to the result of his actions: just as 413 3, 63 | these the former is the result of charity ~and grace, as 414 3, 66 | condensation into real water, a result which cannot be produced ~ 415 3, 68 | Easter and Pentecost, the result being that they ~receive 416 3, 73 | Church's intention, and, as a result, receive its reality. ~But 417 3, 74 | fermentation which is ~"the result of its natural heat" (Meteor. 418 3, 77 | division, and two dimensions result; ~while on the contrary, 419 3, 77 | some one thing must be the result. But no one thing can result 420 3, 77 | result. But no one thing can result from the ~liquid, which 421 3, 77 | from ~both: hence it would result that the former wine would 422 3, 77 | with it throughout, the result would be something ~numerically 423 3, 77 | the savor of the wine. The result is, then, that the ~accidents 424 3, 77 | but such change is the result of action; because the remaining 425 3, 78 | above (Q[65], A[3]), the ~result is that there is in the 426 3, 78 | such a form it would not result that ~Christ's body was 427 3, 80 | example, the sin which is the result of ignorance or of weakness 428 3, 80 | moved carnally and with the result that usually follows such ~ 429 3, 83 | all these things ought to result ~from the aforesaid teaching. 430 3, 85 | intention of removing ~its result, viz. the anger of God and 431 3, 85 | Therefore penance does not result from fear.~Aquin.: SMT TP 432 3, 86 | same reason applies, the result will be ~the same. Consequently 433 3, 86 | disposition, such ~as is the result of one act, and sometimes 434 3, 86 | stronger disposition, the ~result of many acts.~Aquin.: SMT 435 3, 87 | temporal thing, and this is the result of venial sin. Consequently, 436 3, 89 | even as ~all the powers result from the essence of the 437 3, 89 | caused by previous acts, the result being that the penitent ~ 438 3, 89 | soul is united ~to God, the result being that it is quickened 439 Suppl, 1 | be lifeless, since they ~result from charity, as stated 440 Suppl, 2 | regard those sins only which result in us through the ~hardness 441 Suppl, 2 | sin is aggravated by the result that ensues from it: ~wherefore 442 Suppl, 2 | but also to its eventual result: ~and consequently contrition 443 Suppl, 2 | Reply OBJ 2: The consequent result which aggravates a sin was 444 Suppl, 2 | accrued ~to it when the result took place. Nevertheless 445 Suppl, 3 | the body are the immediate result of the ~sensitive passions 446 Suppl, 3 | emotions of the ~lower appetite result from the impression of the 447 Suppl, 10| for what is venial in the result, in which sense it is ~understood 448 Suppl, 10| understood here, because the result of confession is that man' 449 Suppl, 10| Sent. iv, D, 17). But the result of this ~is that man conceives 450 Suppl, 11| otherwise, scandal would result all the same. Therefore 451 Suppl, 14| body weak, and almsdeeds result in a ~diminution of a person' 452 Suppl, 14| acceptable to God in the ~result they leave behind. But when 453 Suppl, 14| The second is an act the result of which is that there is 454 Suppl, 30| weakness and unfitness, the ~result in us of actual or original 455 Suppl, 30| those ~dispositions which result from acts, and are inchoate 456 Suppl, 32| remedy for infirmities ~that result from sins, being the remnants 457 Suppl, 36| degree of order does not result from their having grace, 458 Suppl, 39| God; as was proved by the result of ~his action, since by 459 Suppl, 41| multiply. ~Since then the result would be the same, if each 460 Suppl, 42| concupiscence, because like acts result in like ~dispositions and 461 Suppl, 43| neither does any ~affinity result therefrom. Hence a betrothal 462 Suppl, 43| the age of seven ~does not result from the perfect use of 463 Suppl, 43| contracted have an evil ~result. Nor is one punished for 464 Suppl, 44| two things into one can result only from their ~being joined. 465 Suppl, 44| of bodies and minds is a ~result of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 466 Suppl, 45| public or in private the result is a ~marriage.~Aquin.: 467 Suppl, 45| haste; and many other evils result ~therefrom, besides which 468 Suppl, 47| Therefore it cannot be the ~result of compulsory consent.~Aquin.: 469 Suppl, 47| OBJ 2: Marriage does not result from the consent of her 470 Suppl, 48| 1/1~Whether marriage can result from one person's consent 471 Suppl, 48| seem that marriage cannot result from one person's ~consent 472 Suppl, 48| sacrament. Therefore it cannot result ~from the intention of any 473 Suppl, 48| contracting parties ~intend as the result of marriage. And since that 474 Suppl, 48| which is intended as the ~result of marriage is consequent 475 Suppl, 49| but all those things that result from marriage being a sign 476 Suppl, 52| s ~slave. Nor does this result in a dissolution of the 477 Suppl, 53| in this way, ~because the result is not prejudicial to her 478 Suppl, 54| conveyed from one to many: the result being that ~sometimes the 479 Suppl, 54| but continues beyond, the result ~is that one can point to 480 Suppl, 54| Moreover consanguinity does not result from carnal procreation 481 Suppl, 55| OBJ 3: Further, relations result from certain things being 482 Suppl, 55| servant; and some of them result from ~something, having 483 Suppl, 55| honorable things do not result ~from that which is dishonorable. 484 Suppl, 55| process be repeated, the ~result will be not affinity but 485 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship does not result from receiving orders. ~ 486 Suppl, 56| Therefore it does not result from Confirmation but only 487 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship does not result from certain sacraments, 488 Suppl, 56| Much less therefore does it result from ~catechizing, as some 489 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship does not ~result from prayer. Therefore it 490 Suppl, 56| prayer. Therefore it does not result from catechism.~Aquin.: 491 Suppl, 56| Neither therefore does ~it result from catechism.~Aquin.: 492 Suppl, 57| Further, adoption is a result of love, wherefore God is 493 Suppl, 57| Neither therefore can this result from adoption ~which places 494 Suppl, 58| resulting from witchcraft may result from an impression made 495 Suppl, 64| of seed in a man is the result of infirmity, nor ~is the 496 Suppl, 64| the wife's chastity as a result of wandering from country 497 Suppl, 65| Natural right ~is not the result of opinion but the product 498 Suppl, 65| done away, because ~as a result of one woman having several 499 Suppl, 65| OBJ 2: This law was the result of the darkness just mentioned, ~ 500 Suppl, 66| that irregularity does not result from bigamy when ~one husband


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