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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | the names given to God are derived from His effects; ~consequently, 2 1, 3 | constituting the species ~is derived, is always related to that 3 1, 3 | from which the genus is derived, as ~actuality is related 4 1, 3 | potentiality. For animal is derived from ~sensitive nature, 5 1, 3 | being, on the other hand, is derived from ~intellectual nature, 6 1, 7 | quantity and continuity derived ~from the magnitude over 7 1, 12 | intelligible light, as it were, derived from the first light, whether ~ 8 1, 12 | contains two things: images derived from the sensible ~objects; 9 1, 13 | from which the name is ~derived is different sometimes from 10 1, 13 | our knowledge of God ~is derived from the perfections which 11 1, 14 | The fact that knowledge is derived from things known does ~ 12 1, 17 | OBJ 2: Further, false is derived from "fallere" [to deceive]. 13 1, 19 | which all ~perfection is derived in some kind of likeness. 14 1, 21 | condition. This debt however is derived from the former; since ~ 15 1, 27 | while even the similitudes derived from these fall short in ~ 16 1, 27 | Therefore such existence is a derived existence. But no ~derived 17 1, 27 | derived existence. But no ~derived existence can be a self-subsistence. 18 1, 27 | Reply OBJ 3: Not everything derived from another has existence 19 1, 27 | another; which order is derived from the nature of the ~ 20 1, 27 | divine processions can be derived only from the ~actions which 21 1, 28 | of the ~genus itself is derived from a respect to the subject; 22 1, 28 | explained (Q[27], A[5]), one derived from the action of ~the 23 1, 29 | completes the definition, and is derived from the ~special form of 24 1, 29 | Its self-subsistence is ~derived from the nature of its form, 25 1, 30 | paternity and filiation are derived, would ~issue from the procession 26 1, 30 | spiration and procession are ~derived, if the person generating 27 1, 30 | belongs to the Holy Ghost, as derived ~from another; and it belongs 28 1, 30 | predicated of God are not derived from ~number, a species 29 1, 32 | whence its knowledge is derived. In ~these things we use 30 1, 32 | no one, and therefrom is derived the notion of ~innascibility; 31 1, 32 | special mode ~of existence derived from the Father; as the 32 1, 33 | that He is ~not in any way derived from another; and not only 33 1, 34 | to God not by a knowledge derived from ~the creatures themselves, 34 1, 35 | OBJ 3: Further, Image is derived from imitation, which implies " 35 1, 35 | another, because it is not ~derived from it." Therefore for 36 1, 35 | of ~image, means the form derived from one thing to another. 37 1, 39 | God according to the mode derived from ~creatures. In considering 38 1, 41 | movement; for, as movement derived from another ~into a mobile 39 1, 41 | birth gave the Son ~a nature derived from a substance impassible 40 1, 42 | part of action, anything derived ~from a principle cannot 41 1, 42 | created, even when what is derived from a ~principle is co-equal 42 1, 48 | original signification, being ~derived from "poena." In this sense 43 1, 50 | the latter the "genus" is derived, and from the former the " 44 1, 50 | and "difference" are not derived ~from different things, 45 1, 54 | passive intellect in us is ~derived from the fact that we understand 46 1, 55 | it by such as they ~have derived from things?~(3) Do the 47 1, 55 | mind understands, to be derived from things.~Aquin.: SMT 48 1, 55 | angel's mind, not, ~indeed derived from creatures, but from 49 1, 57 | not understand by species derived from ~things, but by innate 50 1, 59 | of the appetitive part is derived from ~seeking things not 51 1, 59 | name of a ~stone [lapis] is derived from injuring the foot [ 52 1, 59 | Consequently the diversity ~derived from the notion of good 53 1, 60 | outside self; as uniting ~is derived from unity.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 60 | principle than what is derived from it. But love for another 55 1, 62 | formation and perfection are derived from its ~beatitude, whereby 56 1, 63 | comprised ~all other sins derived from them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 57 1, 63 | Consequently Cherubim is derived from knowledge; which is 58 1, 63 | mortal sin; but Seraphim is derived from the heat of charity, 59 1, 63 | demons; since they are derived from the ardor of love and 60 1, 63 | because ~these names are derived from knowledge and from 61 1, 65 | of corporeal things are derived from spiritual ~substances.~ 62 1, 65 | therefore, are material forms derived from spiritual ~substances. ~ 63 1, 65 | all corporeal forms are ~derived from spiritual substances, 64 1, 65 | of corporeal matter are derived from, and formed by, forms 65 1, 65 | even corporeal forms are derived from spiritual ~substances, 66 1, 67 | even the word distance is derived from the idea of remoteness 67 1, 70 | makes use of the phantasms derived from the bodily senses, 68 1, 73 | benedictio" [blessing] is derived from ~"bonitas" [goodness]. 69 1, 74 | be added a mystical one ~derived from numbers and assigned 70 1, 75 | Specific difference is derived from the ~difference of 71 1, 75 | all ~participated acts are derived; for then the receptive 72 1, 75 | its ~species, whence is derived its inclination for that 73 1, 76 | the faculty or power is derived. Therefore neither is the 74 1, 76 | vii ~2), difference is derived from the form. But the difference 75 1, 76 | species of anything is ~derived from its form. It follows 76 1, 76 | Those things which are derived from ~various forms are 77 1, 39 | God according to the mode derived from ~creatures. In considering 78 1, 41 | movement; for, as movement derived from another ~into a mobile 79 1, 41 | birth gave the Son ~a nature derived from a substance impassible 80 1, 42 | part of action, anything derived ~from a principle cannot 81 1, 42 | created, even when what is derived from a ~principle is co-equal 82 1, 49 | original signification, being ~derived from "poena." In this sense 83 1, 51 | the latter the "genus" is derived, and from the former the " 84 1, 51 | and "difference" are not derived ~from different things, 85 1, 55 | passive intellect in us is ~derived from the fact that we understand 86 1, 56 | it by such as they ~have derived from things?~(3) Do the 87 1, 56 | mind understands, to be derived from things.~Aquin.: SMT 88 1, 56 | angel's mind, not, ~indeed derived from creatures, but from 89 1, 58 | not understand by species derived from ~things, but by innate 90 1, 60 | of the appetitive part is derived from ~seeking things not 91 1, 60 | name of a ~stone [lapis] is derived from injuring the foot [ 92 1, 60 | Consequently the diversity ~derived from the notion of good 93 1, 61 | outside self; as uniting ~is derived from unity.~Aquin.: SMT 94 1, 61 | principle than what is derived from it. But love for another 95 1, 63 | formation and perfection are derived from its ~beatitude, whereby 96 1, 64 | comprised ~all other sins derived from them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 97 1, 64 | Consequently Cherubim is derived from knowledge; which is 98 1, 64 | mortal sin; but Seraphim is derived from the heat of charity, 99 1, 64 | demons; since they are derived from the ardor of love and 100 1, 64 | because ~these names are derived from knowledge and from 101 1, 66 | of corporeal things are derived from spiritual ~substances.~ 102 1, 66 | therefore, are material forms derived from spiritual ~substances. ~ 103 1, 66 | all corporeal forms are ~derived from spiritual substances, 104 1, 66 | of corporeal matter are derived from, and formed by, forms 105 1, 66 | even corporeal forms are derived from spiritual ~substances, 106 1, 68 | even the word distance is derived from the idea of remoteness 107 1, 71 | makes use of the phantasms derived from the bodily senses, 108 1, 72 | benedictio" [blessing] is derived from ~"bonitas" [goodness]. 109 1, 73 | be added a mystical one ~derived from numbers and assigned 110 1, 74 | Specific difference is derived from the ~difference of 111 1, 74 | all ~participated acts are derived; for then the receptive 112 1, 74 | its ~species, whence is derived its inclination for that 113 1, 75 | the faculty or power is derived. Therefore neither is the 114 1, 75 | vii ~2), difference is derived from the form. But the difference 115 1, 75 | species of anything is ~derived from its form. It follows 116 1, 75 | Those things which are derived from ~various forms are 117 1, 78 | endowed with its proper powers derived from those universal ~causes: 118 1, 78 | in the soul is some power derived from a ~higher intellect, 119 1, 78 | in all. Yet ~it must be derived by all from one principle. 120 1, 78 | whence" men's (mind) "is derived from" ~metiendo [measuring]. " 121 1, 83 | Whether these species are derived by the soul from certain 122 1, 83 | intelligible species are derived by the soul from certain ~ 123 1, 83 | intelligible species are derived by the ~soul from some separate 124 1, 83 | forms of our intellect ~are derived from some separate substances.~ 125 1, 83 | species of our ~intellect are derived from certain separate forms 126 1, 83 | in corporeal matter, are ~derived from the ideas as certain 127 1, 83 | are images of the ideas, derived ~therefrom. And for this 128 1, 83 | said he, such species are derived by ~a second, and so on 129 1, 83 | species of our ~intellect are derived from certain separate forms; 130 1, 83 | understand through ~species derived from the "active intelligence," 131 1, 83 | soul understands, are not derived from separate ~forms.~Aquin.: 132 1, 83 | said that all knowledge is derived from them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 133 1, 83 | intelligible ~species, which are derived from things, are required 134 1, 83 | intellectual knowledge is derived from sensible things?~Aquin.: 135 1, 83 | intellectual knowledge is not derived from ~sensible things. For 136 1, 83 | intellectual ~knowledge is not derived from sensible things. ~Aquin.: 137 1, 83 | intellectual knowledge is not derived from sensible things.~Aquin.: 138 1, 84 | part: for the genus is ~derived from common matter, while 139 1, 84 | completes the ~species is derived from the form, and the particular 140 1, 87 | Hence through ~the likeness derived from material things we 141 1, 88 | understands ~singulars by species derived from the Divine light, which 142 1, 89 | always presupposes something derived from the first cause, as 143 1, 90 | in corporeal matter are derived ~from some immaterial forms; 144 1, 92 | of God, and to the love derived ~therefrom. Thus the image 145 1, 99 | descendants would have derived from him the necessity of 146 1, 103 | from Whom existence is derived. ~Wherefore the infinite 147 1, 104 | of all in God, and are derived from Him by other intellects 148 1, 104 | understand; so also are they derived by creatures that ~they 149 1, 104 | Further, the word miracle is derived from admiration. Now ~admiration 150 1, 104 | that, The word miracle is derived from admiration, which arises ~ 151 1, 105 | ecclesiastical hierarchy is derived from, and represents ~the 152 1, 105 | to the inferior the gift ~derived from the superior" (Coel. 153 1, 107 | multitude under authority, is derived from its end. Now the end 154 1, 107 | the name "Seraphim" is derived from ardor, which ~pertains 155 1, 107 | properties of the orders as derived from their names, ~places 156 1, 107 | things; and the latter is derived from the ~former. Thus the 157 1, 109 | these ~sensible things are derived from immaterial substances. 158 1, 110 | elicited from the species derived from creatures. Thus man 159 1, 114 | this opinion seems to be derived from that of Plato. For 160 1, 115 | fate is understood to be derived from the verb ~'fari' which 161 1, 115 | adds - "which, since it is derived from an unchangeable Providence 162 1, 117 | or by some seminal power derived ~therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT 163 1, 117 | the semen, and which is ~derived from the soul of the generator, 164 1, 117 | there is a certain heat derived from the power of ~the heavenly 165 1, 118 | added to that which was derived by posterity from ~the first 166 1, 118 | multitude ~of human bodies is derived from the body of the first 167 1, 118 | is a certain impression derived from the soul of the ~begetter, 168 1, 118 | the soul from which it is derived. If, therefore, ~by the 169 1, 118 | human species, which is derived from the ~begetter: this, 170 1, 118 | potentially, having the power, derived from the soul of the ~begetter, 171 1, 118 | be in the semen a virtue derived from the soul of the ~grandfather 172 1, 118 | substance, is originally ~derived from Adam: and likewise 173 1, 118 | the Virgin Mother, ~was derived from Adam; whereas the active 174 1, 118 | the active virtue was not derived from ~Adam, because His 175 2, 1 | contained in a genus are derived from the ~principle of that 176 2, 2 | knowledge be true, must needs be derived from ~good existing in the 177 2, 6 | the word ~"voluntary" is derived from "voluntas" [will], 178 2, 7 | oratorical arguments are derived principally from things 179 2, 10 | specification of its act, derived from ~the object. As to 180 2, 11 | to the same, one being derived from the other; which from 181 2, 11 | the word ~"fruition" is derived from sensible fruits. But 182 2, 14 | science is of ~conclusions derived by reasoning from causes 183 2, 17 | whence all other things are derived: ~thus from the knowledge 184 2, 17 | are naturally known, is ~derived knowledge of the conclusions; 185 2, 17 | end ~naturally desired, is derived the choice of the means. 186 2, 18 | evil of a human action is derived from its ~object?~(3) Whether 187 2, 18 | object?~(3) Whether it is derived from a circumstance?~(4) 188 2, 18 | circumstance?~(4) Whether it is derived from the end?~(5) Whether 189 2, 18 | 7) Whether the species derived from the end is contained 190 2, 18 | contained under the ~species derived from the object, as under 191 2, 18 | evil of a man's action is derived from its object?~Aquin.: 192 2, 18 | evil of an action is not derived ~from its object. For the 193 2, 18 | of a human action is ~not derived from their object.~Aquin.: 194 2, 18 | and evil in actions is not derived from ~their object.~Aquin.: 195 2, 18 | evil in actions is ~not derived from their object. ~Aquin.: 196 2, 18 | goodness of a natural thing is derived from its form, which gives 197 2, 18 | goodness of a moral action is derived from its ~suitable object: 198 2, 18 | to its species; which ~is derived from its suitable object. 199 2, 18 | 1/1~Whether the species derived from the end is contained 200 2, 18 | contained under the species ~derived from the object, as under 201 2, 18 | the species of goodness derived from the end ~is contained 202 2, 18 | the species of goodness derived from the object, as a ~species 203 2, 18 | species. But the difference derived from the end seems to come 204 2, 18 | come after the ~difference derived from the object: because 205 2, 18 | Therefore the species derived from the end, is contained 206 2, 18 | contained under the ~species derived from the object, as its 207 2, 18 | matter. But the species derived from the end, is more formal 208 2, 18 | formal than ~that which is derived from the object, as stated 209 2, 18 | Therefore ~the species derived from the end is contained 210 2, 18 | contained under the species derived ~from the object, as the 211 2, 18 | ends. Therefore the species derived from ~the end is not contained 212 2, 18 | contained under the species derived from the object, as ~under 213 2, 18 | the specific difference ~derived from the object is not an 214 2, 18 | determination of the species ~derived from the end, nor is the 215 2, 18 | the specific difference derived from the end, is more ~general; 216 2, 18 | and that the difference derived from an object which of 217 2, 18 | the goodness or ~malice derived from this other condition 218 2, 19 | the acts of the ~will is derived properly from the objects.~ 219 2, 19 | goodness of an action is derived not only from the ~object 220 2, 19 | of the will, the goodness derived ~from the object, does not 221 2, 19 | differ from that which is derived from the end, ~as they differ 222 2, 19 | as it is the light (i.e. derived from) Thy countenance." ~ 223 2, 19 | natural reason which is derived therefrom as its proper 224 2, 19 | will, in ~so far as it is derived from the eternal law, as 225 2, 19 | But ~erring reason is not derived from the eternal law. Therefore 226 2, 19 | an erring reason is not derived ~from God, yet the erring 227 2, 19 | and consequently as being derived from God, from Whom is all 228 2, 20 | due ~circumstances, is not derived from the will, but rather 229 2, 20 | and malice in an act are derived from the will alone.~Aquin.: 230 2, 20 | Reply OBJ 3: When a thing is derived by one thing from another, 231 2, 20 | specifically. But when a thing is ~derived from one thing from another, 232 2, 20 | in ~medicine or urine is derived from the healthiness of 233 2, 20 | the external ~action is derived from the goodness of the 234 2, 20 | because it is entirely derived therefrom. But ~sometimes 235 2, 20 | of the external action is derived from the ~goodness of the 236 2, 20 | the lack of perfection ~derived from the external action, 237 2, 30 | active ~power. The diversity, derived from the nature of the active 238 2, 31 | pertaining to delight are derived from ~the effects of delight; 239 2, 31 | laetitia" [gladness] is derived from the ~"dilation" of 240 2, 31 | latitia"; "exultation" is ~derived from the exterior signs 241 2, 31 | the greatest pleasure is derived from the operation ~of wisdom."~ 242 2, 31 | natural to man, ~which are derived from things pertaining to 243 2, 33 | name of "laetitia" as being derived ~from "dilatatio" [expansion], 244 2, 41 | sorrow given above are not derived from ~the diversity of objects, 245 2, 41 | species of fear, which are derived ~from the proper division 246 2, 46 | menis} [ill-will] which is ~derived from {menein} [to dwell]. 247 2, 49 | this word 'habit' is derived from the verb 'to ~have.'" 248 2, 49 | word "habitus" [habit] is derived from "habere" [to ~have]. 249 2, 68 | three virtues, ~as being derived therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FS 250 2, 71 | vituperated," which word is derived from ~"vice" according to 251 2, 72 | Therefore ~the difference derived from the debt of punishment, 252 2, 72 | diversity of species is derived from diversity of ~degree 253 2, 73 | difference of gravity which is derived from the objects is ~first 254 2, 73 | the malice of a sin is derived from its turning away ~( 255 2, 73 | primary gravity of ~a sin is derived from its object; so that 256 2, 74 | human reason, ~which rule is derived from the created things 257 2, 79 | mode of its ~being, must be derived from the First Being, as 258 2, 81 | of generation originally derived from ~Adam, i.e. who are 259 2, 81 | active power would not be derived from Adam. Consequently 260 2, 82 | the unity of ~number is derived from the subject. For example, 261 2, 83 | just as original sin is derived from the soul as from ~the 262 2, 83 | from ~the flesh, so is it derived by the powers from the essence. 263 2, 83 | of original ~sin is not derived from the will of the contractor, 264 2, 84 | that, The word capital is derived from "caput" [a head]. Now ~ 265 2, 84 | which the term "capital" is derived from ~head, taken metaphorically 266 2, 88 | that of the act itself, derived from the act's genus, ~because 267 2, 90 | acting: for "lex" [law] is derived from ~"ligare" [to bind], 268 2, 90 | 10) that ~"lex [law] is derived from legere [to read] because 269 2, 91 | respect of the means is derived from the natural appetite ~ 270 2, 91 | natural ~law, and human laws derived therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT FS 271 2, 91 | and human law which is ~derived from it. But since man is 272 2, 93 | 3) Whether every law is derived from it?~(4) Whether necessary 273 2, 93 | 1/1~Whether every law is derived from the eternal law?~Aquin.: 274 2, 93 | seem that not every law is derived from the eternal law. ~For 275 2, 93 | 91], A[6]), which ~is not derived from that Divine law which 276 2, 93 | Therefore not ~every law is derived from the eternal law.~Aquin.: 277 2, 93 | Further, nothing unjust can be derived from the eternal law, ~because, 278 2, 93 | Therefore not every law is derived from the eternal law.~Aquin.: 279 2, 93 | even every good law is ~derived from the eternal law.~Aquin.: 280 2, 93 | second mover must needs be ~derived from the power of the first 281 2, 93 | the plan of government ~is derived by secondary governors from 282 2, 93 | inferior governors must be derived from the eternal ~law. But 283 2, 93 | partake of right ~reason, are derived from the eternal law. Hence 284 2, 93 | it is ~evident that it is derived from the eternal law. But 285 2, 93 | in this respect, it is derived from ~the eternal law. But 286 2, 93 | one who is in power, is derived from the ~eternal law; since 287 2, 93 | follow that human law is not derived from the eternal law, but 288 2, 95 | Whether every human law is derived from the natural law?~Aquin.: 289 2, 95 | that not every human law is derived from the ~natural law. For 290 2, 95 | enactments of human laws are not derived from the natural ~law.~Aquin.: 291 2, 95 | therefore human laws were derived from the ~natural law, it 292 2, 95 | reason for things which are ~derived from the natural law. But " 293 2, 95 | not all human laws are derived from the natural law.~Aquin.: 294 2, 95 | nature of law, as it is derived from the law of nature. ~ 295 2, 95 | noted that something may be derived from the natural law ~in 296 2, 95 | Some things are therefore derived from the general principles 297 2, 95 | one must not kill" may be ~derived as a conclusion from the 298 2, 95 | no ~man": while some are derived therefrom by way of determination; 299 2, 95 | those things which are derived in the first way, are contained 300 2, 95 | But those things which are derived in the second way, ~have 301 2, 95 | for those things that are derived from ~the natural law, by 302 2, 95 | notion of human law, to be derived from the law of nature, 303 2, 95 | which something ~may be derived from the law of nature, 304 2, 95 | belong those things which are derived from the law ~of nature, 305 2, 95 | But those things which are derived from the law of nature ~ 306 2, 95 | reasonable being, because it is derived from the ~natural law by 307 2, 96 | 3: Further, human law is derived from the natural law, as 308 2, 96 | eternal law ~whence they are derived, according to Prov. 8:15: " 309 2, 97 | all. Because human law is derived from the natural law, as 310 2, 97 | evidence of the benefit ~to be derived, before departing from a 311 2, 97 | law. Because human law is derived from the natural law and 312 2, 99 | the Divine worship, being derived from a town near ~Rome called " 313 2, 99 | precepts, in that they ~are derived from reason; and something 314 2, 99 | lawgiver, and the benefit derived from the fulfilment, which 315 2, 100 | human reason must ~needs by derived in some way from natural 316 2, 104 | observed, as ~though they derived their binding force through 317 2, 104 | different binding ~force, derived, not from natural reason, 318 2, 107 | far as its pre-eminence is derived from that very ~grace which 319 2, 110 | infused virtues which are derived from and are ~ordained to 320 2, 112 | of the New Law, which are derived from Christ, ~grace is instrumentally 321 2, 1 | answer that, All science is derived from self-evident and therefore ~" 322 2, 1 | article" is apparently derived from the Greek; ~for the 323 2, 1 | etymology of ~the word as derived from the Latin, rather than 324 2, 1 | with its ~real meaning, as derived from the Greek: hence it 325 2, 9 | certitude of the judgment is derived from ~the highest cause, 326 2, 10 | that, Human government is derived from the Divine government, ~ 327 2, 11 | are manifest: Heresy is derived ~from a Greek word meaning 328 2, 19 | the certainty of hope is derived from faith; and so long 329 2, 22 | praiseworthiness and virtuousness are derived merely from its object, 330 2, 23 | false opinions that are derived from the ~principles, do 331 2, 24 | the species of an act is derived from its object, considered 332 2, 25 | than the ~profit we have derived from others. Thirdly, because 333 2, 25 | given above (AA[2],3,4) is derived from nature: ~since all 334 2, 26 | since ~our knowledge is derived through the senses, those 335 2, 30 | Greek {eleemosyne} it is derived ~from having mercy {eleein} 336 2, 37 | to refer to the gravity derived from the sin's genus. Now ~ 337 2, 39 | rixosus ~[quarrelsome] is derived from the snarling [rictu] 338 2, 49 | goodness of counsel, for it ~is derived from the {eu}, good, and { 339 2, 60 | Further, human justice is derived from Divine justice. Now 340 2, 64 | Etym. x): "'Fur' [thief] is derived from ~'furvus' and so from ' 341 2, 64 | the sinful nature is not derived ~from something involuntary, 342 2, 65 | accused. For human justice is derived from Divine justice. Now 343 2, 76 | bound to restore just gains derived from money ~taken in usury?~( 344 2, 76 | him, part ~of the profits derived from his money.~Aquin.: 345 2, 77 | The term transgression is derived from bodily movement ~and 346 2, 79 | Or again, religion may be derived from "religare" [to bind ~ 347 2, 80 | answer that, Devotion is derived from "devote" [*The Latin ' 348 2, 80 | the contrary, Devotion is derived from "devovere," as stated ( 349 2, 81 | signified a speech, being derived in the first instance from ' 350 2, 85 | the fruit of ~the flock is derived from the pasture, the tithe 351 2, 86 | very word vow seems to be derived from "voluntas" ~[will], 352 2, 90 | that from which the word is derived.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[92] A[ 353 2, 93 | not a sin. Divination is derived ~from something "divine": 354 2, 93 | foreknowledge of the future is derived. Therefore there are not ~ 355 2, 93 | garritu], just as "auspice" is derived from ~watching birds [avium 356 2, 97 | the species of a thing is derived ~chiefly from its formal 357 2, 108 | word "mendacium" [lie] is derived from its being in ~opposition 358 2, 109 | itself, its sinfulness is not derived ~from the thing simulated, 359 2, 109 | the word hypocrite is derived ~from the appearance of 360 2, 111 | eironia}, whence it is derived: dissimulation of one's 361 2, 116 | covetousness "avaritia" is derived from ~"aveo" to desire; 362 2, 118 | by its name: ~for it is derived from {epi}, i.e. "above," 363 2, 143 | the aspect of honest is derived from the appetite, since 364 2, 149 | pudicitia" [purity] is derived from "pudor," which is ~ 365 2, 152 | moral act, whose species is derived from its object ~which is 366 2, 156 | s very species, which is derived from the passion's object. 367 2, 164 | Now curiosity, ~which is derived from "cura" [care], may 368 2, 164 | studiousness, which is derived from "study," is not properly 369 2, 166 | modesty. [*{Eutrapelia} is derived from {trepein} = 'to ~turn'].~ 370 2, 166 | an end: but the pleasure derived from such actions is ~directed 371 2, 171 | changed by the species ~derived from the phantasms, which 372 2, 171 | divinely coordinated from those derived from the ~senses - thus 373 2, 171 | imaginary species previously derived from the senses are divinely ~ 374 2, 177 | applies to ~the human life as derived from the intellect. Now 375 2, 178 | seeing the principle,' if derived from {rah} and {irzn}; Cf. 376 2, 180 | seeing the principle,' if derived from ~{rah} and {irzn}; 377 2, 182 | bishop' and 'priest' are derived.] ~Hence the Apostle employs 378 2, 183 | delights of truth," which are derived from contemplation.~Aquin.: 379 2, 185 | an evident profit to be ~derived by others, it is not the 380 2, 187 | repentance; wherefore religion is derived [*Cf. Q[81], A[1]] from ~" 381 3, 3 | around us, in ~which a word derived from some form is never 382 3, 3 | Whom all man's wisdom is ~derived. And hence man is perfected 383 3, 8 | a sin of the nature, is ~derived from his actual sin, which 384 3, 11 | 2: Further, our faith is derived from Christ's knowledge; 385 3, 14 | together with human nature, derived His bodily defects and infirmities ~ 386 3, 14 | principles of nature is derived ~together with nature, and 387 3, 14 | to be contracted which is derived of ~necessity together with 388 3, 16 | Further, as "lordly" is derived from "lord," so is Divine 389 3, 16 | from "lord," so is Divine derived ~from "Deus" [God]. But 390 3, 27 | whose fulness" her grace was derived, the fomes was at ~first 391 3, 31 | the flesh of Christ was derived from Adam?~(2) Whether it 392 3, 31 | Adam?~(2) Whether it was derived from David?~(3) Of the genealogy 393 3, 31 | the flesh of Christ was derived from Adam?~Aquin.: SMT TP 394 3, 31 | that Christ's flesh was not derived from Adam. For ~the Apostle 395 3, 31 | Therefore Christ is not derived from ~Adam, but has an origin 396 3, 31 | than from human matter derived from Adam. It seems ~therefore 397 3, 31 | mass of the human ~race derived from Adam, but of some other 398 3, 31 | But if Christ's body was derived from Adam, He would have 399 3, 31 | was ~not formed of matter derived from Adam.~Aquin.: SMT TP 400 3, 31 | the seed of Abraham was derived from Adam. Therefore ~Christ' 401 3, 31 | body was formed of matter derived from Adam.~Aquin.: SMT TP 402 3, 31 | assume flesh of matter ~derived from Adam, that the nature 403 3, 31 | matter of Christ's body was derived from Adam: but it was not ~ 404 3, 31 | body by the seminal power derived from Adam. Therefore ~Christ 405 3, 31 | from the Virgin's blood, ~derived in its origin from Adam 406 3, 31 | Abraham, "for His flesh derived from him, not ~the heat 407 3, 31 | the legal ~priesthood was derived, was yet in his loins. Now, 408 3, 33 | which the formative power derived from the ~father's soul 409 3, 39 | power from which it is ~derived; and this, indeed, is a 410 3, 45 | of the glorified body is derived from that of the ~soul, 411 3, 45 | His transfiguration was derived from His God. ~head, as 412 3, 49 | thereby?~(6) Whether Christ derived exaltation from it?~Aquin.: 413 3, 60 | sacrament ~appears to be derived from "sacring" [sacrando]; 414 3, 62 | cannot transcend it; ~nor as derived from something else, because 415 3, 62 | saving power must needs be derived by the sacraments ~from 416 3, 62 | the ~remission of sins is derived principally from faith in 417 3, 62 | can it be said that they derived the power of conferring ~ 418 3, 63 | the Christian religion is derived from Christ's priesthood. ~ 419 3, 64 | power of the sacraments is derived from Christ, ~as stated 420 3, 66 | as it ~foreshadowed it, derived its efficacy therefrom; 421 3, 66 | figures: whereas ~Baptism derived the power of justifying 422 3, 72 | sanctification of the sacraments is derived ~from Christ, as stated 423 3, 72 | use of the sacraments is derived from Christ and ~the apostles. 424 3, 78 | of the Roman Church, who derived it from Peter the Apostle; 425 3, 78 | impossible for anything derived from His body to have the 426 3, 78 | uttering these words they derived ~their consecrating power, 427 3, 80 | sacrament, is, as ~it were, derived from that eating whereby 428 3, 81 | unsuitable for Christ, ~as He derived no benefit from the sacrament. 429 3, 82 | denotes the ~redemption derived by the people from Christ; 430 3, 84 | perfect spiritual health derived from the virtue of Christ 431 3, 84 | keys instituted, which is derived from Christ's Passion, and 432 3, 89 | power of this sacrament is derived from the power of the ~keys. 433 Suppl, 8 | punishment, owing to the ~merit derived from his confession and 434 Suppl, 8 | to the degree of pleasure derived from the ~sin, as appears 435 Suppl, 13| OBJ 1: Just as the offense derived a certain infinity from 436 Suppl, 14| be counted, unless they derived some efficacy from his subsequent ~ 437 Suppl, 19| the notion of something derived from ~another, hence the 438 Suppl, 21| spiritual fruit of the Church is derived not only from ~her prayers, 439 Suppl, 22| 19), from whom they are derived by others, ~whichever of 440 Suppl, 27| abundance. Now indulgences are derived from the abundance of works 441 Suppl, 27| religious the profit to ~be derived from indulgences.~Aquin.: 442 Suppl, 29| since being and ~oneness are derived from the same source. Now 443 Suppl, 29| sacramental efficacy is derived from Christ: wherefore ~ 444 Suppl, 29| sacraments which He Himself used, derived their efficacy from His ~ 445 Suppl, 29| that the priest's power is derived from the bishop's, ~according 446 Suppl, 29| priest's power is shown to be derived from the ~bishop's, as Dionysius 447 Suppl, 29| efficacy of the sacraments is derived from their institution, 448 Suppl, 34| confers, in so ~far as it is derived, from his. [*The sentence 449 Suppl, 37| distinction of ~Orders is derived from their relation to the 450 Suppl, 41| mentioned in the text ~is derived (Sent. iv, D, 26); wherefore 451 Suppl, 44| offspring as ~though it were derived from {monos} and "materia"; 452 Suppl, 65| by the second ~which are derived from the first even as conclusions 453 Suppl, 65| natural law, which are derived from the first principles 454 Suppl, 71| sources. For their value is ~derived in the first place from 455 Suppl, 71| considered according as it ~is derived from the virtue of charity 456 Suppl, 71| 12], ad 2) the assistance derived from ~suffrages is not directly 457 Suppl, 77| contrary: That which is derived from one's parents would 458 Suppl, 77| since whatever is in them is derived from the parents. If then 459 Suppl, 79| Animalem," as though it were derived from "animus" - the mind. 460 Suppl, 82| Animalem," as though it were ~derived from "animus" - the mind. 461 Suppl, 82| Animalem," ~as though it were derived from "animus" - the mind. 462 Suppl, 85| created cause, even as it derived its existence immediately ~ 463 Suppl, 87| nature an invincible power derived from His Godhead, ~whereby 464 Suppl, 88| but that ~man would have derived as much benefit from the 465 Suppl, 89| knowledge of a thing is derived. Wherefore the infinite 466 Suppl, 90| distance and the like are derived from local movement to all ~ 467 Suppl, 93| from which all aureoles are derived. Hence it is written ~(Apoc. 468 Suppl, 93| participation of a perfection derived from one in whom that perfection 469 Suppl, 93| to the intension of merit derived from its root; while ~intension 470 Suppl, 93| corresponds to intension of merit derived from ~the kind of act. Consequently


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