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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accidental

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | flesh, these bones, and the accidental qualities distinguishing 2 1, 3 | consequently, composition is accidental to them, and therefore, 3 1, 3 | God existence is not an ~accidental quality, but subsisting 4 1, 3 | essential is prior to what is accidental. Whence as God is absolute ~ 5 1, 3 | there can be in Him nothing accidental. Neither can He have ~any 6 1, 5 | it, something ~else has accidental being, as an object that 7 1, 7 | in potentiality to many ~accidental forms, which is absolutely 8 1, 7 | such is not necessary, but accidental. This can be shown, for 9 1, 7 | and ~another used, is an accidental multitude; for it happens 10 1, 7 | multitude, either absolute or ~accidental. Likewise multitude in nature 11 1, 8 | it. This appears also in accidental forms which have ~accidental 12 1, 8 | accidental forms which have ~accidental quantity; as an example, 13 1, 9 | and also as regards their accidental ~being, supposing the subject 14 1, 9 | regards ~substantial or accidental being; for philosophers 15 1, 10 | however, makes a merely accidental, and not an absolute difference ~ 16 1, 10 | difference, ~however, is but an accidental one, as was shown above, 17 1, 10 | future, but only as regards accidental ~change. Now to say that 18 1, 11 | relatively as regards some accidental being. In the same way, ~ 19 1, 11 | and many ~are only the accidental cause of one, inasmuch as 20 1, 13 | propositions which have an accidental predicate, and in those 21 1, 14 | must know all that can ~be accidental to it. Now there are some 22 1, 14 | corruption ~by evil may be accidental. Hence God would not know 23 1, 14 | and also whatever can be accidental to them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 15 | intended by God, and is not the accidental result of a ~succession 25 1, 16 | intellect; for ~what is accidental is excluded from every definition.~ 26 1, 17 | but in so far as it is accidental to ~the colored object to 27 1, 17 | common objects of ~sense, and accidental objects, even a rightly 28 1, 17 | form, but may fall short of accidental or consequent qualities, ~ 29 1, 17 | consequent upon that form, or accidental thereto. For it has been 30 1, 17 | to that object; or about accidental ~objects of sense. Now as 31 1, 17 | to judging of common, or ~accidental, sensible objects. There 32 1, 18 | Hence "living" is not an accidental but an essential predicate. ~ 33 1, 19 | born unlike its father in accidental points, that belong to its ~ 34 1, 19 | impediment is called an accidental mover. In this respect the 35 1, 25 | since there is nothing accidental in God: and of ~the essence 36 1, 28 | in a subject, and has an accidental existence in ~it. Gilbert 37 1, 28 | 3/4~Now whatever has an accidental existence in creatures, 38 1, 28 | far as ~relation has an accidental existence in creatures, 39 1, 29 | sometimes necessary to use accidental differences in ~the place 40 1, 37 | in whom ~there is nothing accidental, there is more than this; 41 1, 39 | creatures relations are accidental, whereas in God they are 42 1, 39 | of the higher except by ~accidental predication; as when I say, " 43 1, 39 | animal is man"; for it is ~accidental to animal to be man. But 44 1, 39 | name "God," except in an accidental sense.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 45 1, 41 | are subsisting, and not accidental to another, for we can say 46 1, 44 | certain causes for these accidental changes, as for instance, 47 1, 44 | according as they are "such" by accidental ~forms, nor according as 48 1, 44 | from form to form, either accidental ~or substantial. But here 49 1, 45 | form is nobler ~than the accidental form; and yet the privation 50 1, 45 | according to its substantial or ~accidental form. But generation taken 51 1, 45 | to the substantial or the accidental form, is ~something in the 52 1, 45 | things the only agent is the accidental form, which is an active ~ 53 1, 46 | their multiplication being accidental, ~as an artificer acts by 54 1, 46 | other may be broken. It is accidental, therefore, that one ~particular 55 1, 46 | another; and likewise it is ~accidental to this particular man as 56 1, 46 | that such a thing is an accidental infinity. But this was disproved ~ 57 1, 49 | of the fire: but this is accidental; because fire does not ~ 58 1, 49 | is a deficient being is ~accidental to good to which of itself 59 1, 49 | in no way has any but an accidental cause; and thus is good 60 1, 49 | direct cause, but only an accidental cause, as ~was said above.~ 61 1, 49 | 5: Further, whatever is accidental is reduced to that which 62 1, 49 | per ~se." But good is the accidental cause of evil. Therefore, 63 1, 49 | per se" cause, but only an accidental cause; for ~it would then 64 1, 49 | because evil can be only an accidental cause, and thus it ~cannot 65 1, 49 | the first cause, for the accidental cause is subsequent to the ~ 66 1, 49 | 5: Evil can only have an accidental cause, as was shown above ~( 67 1, 51 | substance, as such; but it is ~accidental to some intellectual substance 68 1, 54 | power of operation regards ~accidental being. Hence there is no 69 1, 55 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is accidental to the universal to be abstracted 70 1, 60 | good; and secondly ~as an accidental or inherent good. That is 71 1, 60 | another, is loved as an accidental or inherent good: thus knowledge 72 1, 62 | Such joy ~belongs to their accidental reward, which can be increased 73 1, 62 | they can merit as to their accidental ~reward. But it is better 74 1, 66 | the proper effect of an accidental form. Thus the consequent 75 1, 66 | corruption ~would then be merely accidental through the disappearance 76 1, 66 | whatsoever kind. ~For it is accidental to time to be the measure 77 1, 67 | one thing should be the accidental form of another; ~since 78 1, 67 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is accidental to light not to have a contrary, 79 1, 67 | receiving those that are accidental, among which light holds 80 1, 75 | is weary, this result is accidental, inasmuch as the ~intellect 81 1, 75 | difference of degree was accidental, as resulting ~from their 82 1, 76 | act of matter, not by an ~accidental quality, but by its own 83 1, 76 | his eye; or ~through an accidental quality, as when we say 84 1, 76 | white builds, because it is accidental to the builder to be white. 85 1, 76 | substantial ~form differs from the accidental form in this, that the accidental 86 1, 76 | accidental form in this, that the accidental form ~does not make a thing 87 1, 76 | Therefore by the coming of ~the accidental form a thing is not said 88 1, 76 | in like ~manner, when an accidental form is removed, a thing 89 1, 76 | imperfection, are a medium between accidental and substantial forms, and ~ 90 1, 76 | body through the medium of ~accidental dispositions?~Aquin.: SMT 91 1, 76 | body ~through the medium of accidental dispositions. For every 92 1, 76 | unintelligible that any accidental form ~exist in matter before 93 1, 76 | it is impossible ~for any accidental disposition to come between 94 1, 76 | it is impossible for any accidental dispositions ~to pre-exist 95 1, 76 | thereof. For it is not an accidental ~form, but the substantial 96 1, 76 | house; and such a form is ~accidental. But the soul is a substantial 97 1, 77 | form is simpler than the accidental ~form; a sign of which is 98 1, 77 | is indivisible. But the accidental form is its own power. ~ 99 1, 77 | substantial form. Hence an active accidental form is to the ~substantial 100 1, 77 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: That the accidental form is a principle of action 101 1, 77 | observe that things which are accidental do not ~change the species. 102 1, 77 | For since to be colored is accidental to an animal, ~its species 103 1, 77 | namely, hearing. But ~it is accidental to a passive quality, for 104 1, 77 | The substantial and the accidental form partly agree and ~partly 105 1, 77 | purely potential. But the ~accidental form does not make a thing 106 1, 77 | observed in the subject of the accidental form prior to its ~being 107 1, 77 | its ~being observed in the accidental form; wherefore the actuality 108 1, 77 | wherefore the actuality of the ~accidental form is caused by the actuality 109 1, 77 | potentiality, is receptive of the ~accidental form: but forasmuch as it 110 1, 77 | Secondly, substantial and accidental forms ~differ, because, 111 1, 77 | while on the contrary, the accidental ~form exists on account 112 1, 37 | in whom ~there is nothing accidental, there is more than this; 113 1, 39 | creatures relations are accidental, whereas in God they are 114 1, 39 | of the higher except by ~accidental predication; as when I say, " 115 1, 39 | animal is man"; for it is ~accidental to animal to be man. But 116 1, 39 | name "God," except in an accidental sense.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 117 1, 41 | are subsisting, and not accidental to another, for we can say 118 1, 45 | certain causes for these accidental changes, as for instance, 119 1, 45 | according as they are "such" by accidental ~forms, nor according as 120 1, 45 | from form to form, either accidental ~or substantial. But here 121 1, 46 | form is nobler ~than the accidental form; and yet the privation 122 1, 46 | according to its substantial or ~accidental form. But generation taken 123 1, 46 | to the substantial or the accidental form, is ~something in the 124 1, 46 | things the only agent is the accidental form, which is an active ~ 125 1, 47 | their multiplication being accidental, ~as an artificer acts by 126 1, 47 | other may be broken. It is accidental, therefore, that one ~particular 127 1, 47 | another; and likewise it is ~accidental to this particular man as 128 1, 47 | that such a thing is an accidental infinity. But this was disproved ~ 129 1, 50 | of the fire: but this is accidental; because fire does not ~ 130 1, 50 | is a deficient being is ~accidental to good to which of itself 131 1, 50 | in no way has any but an accidental cause; and thus is good 132 1, 50 | direct cause, but only an accidental cause, as ~was said above.~ 133 1, 50 | 5: Further, whatever is accidental is reduced to that which 134 1, 50 | per ~se." But good is the accidental cause of evil. Therefore, 135 1, 50 | per se" cause, but only an accidental cause; for ~it would then 136 1, 50 | because evil can be only an accidental cause, and thus it ~cannot 137 1, 50 | the first cause, for the accidental cause is subsequent to the ~ 138 1, 50 | 5: Evil can only have an accidental cause, as was shown above ~( 139 1, 52 | substance, as such; but it is ~accidental to some intellectual substance 140 1, 55 | power of operation regards ~accidental being. Hence there is no 141 1, 56 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is accidental to the universal to be abstracted 142 1, 61 | good; and secondly ~as an accidental or inherent good. That is 143 1, 61 | another, is loved as an accidental or inherent good: thus knowledge 144 1, 63 | Such joy ~belongs to their accidental reward, which can be increased 145 1, 63 | they can merit as to their accidental ~reward. But it is better 146 1, 67 | the proper effect of an accidental form. Thus the consequent 147 1, 67 | corruption ~would then be merely accidental through the disappearance 148 1, 67 | whatsoever kind. ~For it is accidental to time to be the measure 149 1, 68 | one thing should be the accidental form of another; ~since 150 1, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is accidental to light not to have a contrary, 151 1, 68 | receiving those that are accidental, among which light holds 152 1, 74 | is weary, this result is accidental, inasmuch as the ~intellect 153 1, 74 | difference of degree was accidental, as resulting ~from their 154 1, 75 | act of matter, not by an ~accidental quality, but by its own 155 1, 75 | his eye; or ~through an accidental quality, as when we say 156 1, 75 | white builds, because it is accidental to the builder to be white. 157 1, 75 | substantial ~form differs from the accidental form in this, that the accidental 158 1, 75 | accidental form in this, that the accidental form ~does not make a thing 159 1, 75 | Therefore by the coming of ~the accidental form a thing is not said 160 1, 75 | in like ~manner, when an accidental form is removed, a thing 161 1, 75 | imperfection, are a medium between accidental and substantial forms, and ~ 162 1, 75 | body through the medium of ~accidental dispositions? ~Aquin.: SMT 163 1, 75 | body ~through the medium of accidental dispositions. For every 164 1, 75 | unintelligible that any accidental form ~exist in matter before 165 1, 75 | it is impossible ~for any accidental disposition to come between 166 1, 75 | it is impossible for any accidental dispositions ~to pre-exist 167 1, 75 | thereof. For it is not an accidental ~form, but the substantial 168 1, 75 | house; and such a form is ~accidental. But the soul is a substantial 169 1, 76 | form is simpler than the accidental ~form; a sign of which is 170 1, 76 | is indivisible. But the accidental form is its own power. ~ 171 1, 76 | substantial form. Hence an active accidental form is to the ~substantial 172 1, 76 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: That the accidental form is a principle of action 173 1, 76 | observe that things which are accidental do not ~change the species. 174 1, 76 | For since to be colored is accidental to an animal, ~its species 175 1, 76 | namely, hearing. But ~it is accidental to a passive quality, for 176 1, 76 | The substantial and the accidental form partly agree and ~partly 177 1, 76 | purely potential. But the ~accidental form does not make a thing 178 1, 76 | observed in the subject of the accidental form prior to its ~being 179 1, 76 | its ~being observed in the accidental form; wherefore the actuality 180 1, 76 | wherefore the actuality of the ~accidental form is caused by the actuality 181 1, 76 | potentiality, is receptive of the ~accidental form: but forasmuch as it 182 1, 76 | Secondly, substantial and accidental forms ~differ, because, 183 1, 76 | while on the contrary, the accidental ~form exists on account 184 1, 77 | sensibles," are midway between "accidental sensibles" and "proper ~ 185 1, 77 | color. Yet they are not accidental sensibles, for they produce 186 1, 78 | intellectual part, the past is accidental, and is not in ~itself a 187 1, 78 | and to man, as man, it is accidental that he ~exist in the present, 188 1, 78 | Q[77], A[3]), ~what is accidental to the nature of the object 189 1, 78 | differentiate that power; for it is accidental to a thing colored to be ~ 190 1, 78 | by the intellect, it ~is accidental whether it be directed to 191 1, 79 | are not differentiated by accidental ~differences, as we have 192 1, 79 | Q[77], A[3]). But it is accidental to ~the appetible object 193 1, 79 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: It is not accidental to the thing desired to 194 1, 84 | sense deceived concerning ~accidental sensible objects, as when 195 1, 88 | union with the body is an accidental thing, ~for, on the contrary, 196 1, 92 | remissness; for it is not an accidental thing, since it is a ~substance. 197 1, 92 | God in man as regards its accidental qualities, ~so far as to 198 1, 94 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is accidental to temperance and fortitude 199 1, 94 | merit corresponds to the accidental reward, which ~consists 200 1, 98 | sometimes by an extrinsic accidental cause; thus the Philosopher 201 1, 99 | himself. ~Hence whatever accidental qualities result from the 202 1, 114 | either ~a substantial, or an accidental form. But it is not a substantial 203 1, 114 | Likewise, neither is it an accidental form, for "an accident does ~ 204 1, 114 | agents act through ~their accidental forms, by disposing matter 205 1, 114 | body's action is both an accidental form and ~a substantial 206 1, 114 | causes, inasmuch as it is ~accidental, has no cause. Consequently 207 1, 114 | a heavenly body, but is accidental. Consequently not all ~the 208 1, 114 | clashing ~of two causes, being accidental, is not reduced to the causality 209 1, 115 | 115], A[6]) that what is ~accidental, is properly speaking neither 210 1, 115 | impossible ~for that which is accidental to be the proper effect 211 1, 117 | have maintained that it is accidental to the ~intellectual soul 212 1, 117 | is based. For if it were ~accidental to the soul to be united 213 2, 1 | terminus. Now ~moral ends are accidental to a natural thing, and 214 2, 1 | relation ~to a natural end is accidental to morality. Consequently 215 2, 1 | essentially but accidentally; for ~accidental causes are indeterminate. 216 2, 1 | happens that ~there is an accidental infinity of ends, and of 217 2, 1 | having an ~essential, not an accidental, connection with one another. 218 2, 1 | indefinitely. Now it is accidental to a stated quantity or ~ 219 2, 1 | reacting on itself, ~is accidental to the order of ends. This 220 2, 7 | art or science considers accidental being, ~except only the 221 2, 7 | Accidents which are altogether accidental are neglected by ~every 222 2, 7 | as it were, a ~certain accidental quality of the act.~ 223 2, 18 | takes notice of what is accidental" (Metaph. vi, 2). ~Therefore 224 2, 18 | and in respect of its ~accidental being; and this, both in 225 2, 18 | principle. Because nothing accidental constitutes a ~species, 226 2, 18 | one active principle, and accidental in ~reference to another. 227 2, 18 | Further, that which is accidental does not constitute the ~ 228 2, 18 | above (A[5]). But it is accidental to an action to be ~ordained 229 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 2: Although it is accidental to the external action to 230 2, 18 | particular end, it is not accidental to the interior act ~of 231 2, 18 | natural things, that which is accidental ~to a thing, cannot be taken 232 2, 19 | genus, is not ~something accidental to that genus, but something 233 2, 19 | thereto: ~because whatever is accidental is reduced to something 234 2, 22 | this kind of change is ~accidental to the act of the sensitive 235 2, 24 | accordance with ~reason is accidental to them. Since, therefore, 236 2, 24 | Since, therefore, nothing accidental ~belongs to a thing's species, 237 2, 25 | is not a direct but an ~accidental mover: and here we are speaking 238 2, 25 | its tendency from good is ~accidental, as it were. In like manner 239 2, 25 | and this is, as it ~were, accidental: and daring implies movement 240 2, 25 | towards evil; and this too ~is accidental. Consequently these cannot 241 2, 25 | because ~that which is accidental cannot be said to be principal. 242 2, 29 | The miser hates something accidental to himself, but not ~for 243 2, 32 | like manner sadness is the accidental cause of ~pleasure, in so 244 2, 32 | Hatred also can be the accidental cause of love: i.e. so ~ 245 2, 40 | the contrary, whatever is ~accidental to the object does not make 246 2, 40 | possibility of acquisition is accidental to a future good, which 247 2, 40 | impossibility are not ~altogether accidental to the object of the appetitive 248 2, 46 | perfection ~are not altogether accidental to anger; and consequently 249 2, 49 | subject is determined to its accidental being, is ~called an accidental 250 2, 49 | accidental being, is ~called an accidental quality, which is also a 251 2, 49 | determination of the subject to accidental being may be ~taken in regard 252 2, 49 | differences, though ~apparently accidental to quality, nevertheless 253 2, 49 | substance we often take accidental instead of substantial differences, ~ 254 2, 53 | follow that something is accidental to a habit, proper thereto 255 2, 66 | perfects substance in some ~accidental mode of being.~Aquin.: SMT 256 2, 67 | specific nature, but is accidental to the individual by ~reason 257 2, 67 | sometimes lack of reason is accidental ~to a man, because he is 258 2, 67 | imperfection of charity is accidental to it; because ~imperfection 259 2, 67 | although that ~which is accidental to a thing be withdrawn, 260 2, 71 | it in something ~which is accidental to both. Now it has been 261 2, 71 | more lasting than act, is ~accidental to them, and is due to the 262 2, 71 | interior or exterior, is accidental to the omission, since the ~ 263 2, 71 | intention is said to be accidental (Phys. ii, text. 49,50). 264 2, 71 | omission, but that this act is accidental to the sin of ~omission.~ 265 2, 71 | and not by that which is accidental: and consequently it is ~ 266 2, 72 | not ~from that which is accidental: because what is accidental 267 2, 72 | accidental: because what is accidental is outside the ~specific 268 2, 72 | specific diversity. For what is accidental never ~constitutes a species; 269 2, 72 | the agent's intention is ~accidental (Phys. ii, text. 50). Now 270 2, 74 | the consent is given, is ~accidental, viz. on account of the 271 2, 75 | negation is a sequel, is ~the accidental cause of the resulting negation: 272 2, 75 | inordinateness must needs have an accidental efficient cause. For that ~ 273 2, 75 | deficient cause, or an ~accidental efficient cause. Now every 274 2, 75 | efficient cause. Now every accidental cause is reducible to ~the 275 2, 75 | inordinateness, has ~an accidental efficient cause, and on 276 2, 75 | that the first sin is the ~accidental cause of the second. Directly, 277 2, 76 | anything: but it ~can be an accidental cause, as being the removal 278 2, 76 | does through ignorance is accidental in human acts. ~But what 279 2, 76 | human acts. ~But what is accidental does not give the species. 280 2, 76 | respect, his sin is not ~accidental.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 281 2, 77 | the increase, not of its accidental cause, but of its ~direct 282 2, 78 | which is unintentional and accidental. Therefore no one sins through ~ 283 2, 85 | whether ~substantial or accidental, of anything whatever, is 284 2, 87 | Wherefore just as evil is accidental to ~the sinner's act, being 285 2, 87 | secondly, as to that which is accidental thereto. Sin as such ~can 286 2, 87 | OBJ 4: Further, nothing accidental is infinite. But punishment 287 2, 87 | infinite. But punishment is ~accidental, for it is not natural to 288 2, 88 | except perhaps by something ~accidental supervening. For an action 289 2, 95 | Further, those things that are accidental should be passed over. ~ 290 2, 95 | passed over. ~But it is accidental to law that it be framed 291 2, 110 | substantial form, but is an accidental form of the ~soul. Now what 292 2, 110 | substantially in God, becomes accidental in the soul ~participating 293 2, 111 | Inasmuch as grace is a certain accidental quality, it does ~not act 294 2, 2 | virtue, and that which is accidental and consequent to the object ~ 295 2, 2 | those ~things which have an accidental or secondary relation to 296 2, 2 | this or that precept is accidental or consequent to that ~proper 297 2, 4 | essential to faith, but is accidental thereto as stated above. 298 2, 4 | might also reply that it is accidental, namely on account of the ~ 299 2, 4 | faith accidentally. For an ~accidental cause precedes its effect 300 2, 4 | an obstacle is a kind of accidental cause, according to the 301 2, 22 | Further, every virtue is an accidental habit. But charity is not ~ 302 2, 22 | But charity is not ~an accidental habit, since it is a more 303 2, 23 | else, in so far as it is an accidental form. As quantity, it is ~ 304 2, 23 | But in ~so far as it is an accidental form, it is distinguishable 305 2, 23 | proper increase, like other ~accidental forms, by way of intensity 306 2, 23 | things; and ~again, as an accidental form, it has a certain quantity 307 2, 35 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~The accidental in human acts is that which 308 2, 35 | between Paul and Barnabas was accidental and ~not direct: because 309 2, 37 | constituted by that which is accidental. Now, in the moral order, ~ 310 2, 37 | intention, is, as it were, accidental. Hence the sin of schism 311 2, 41 | Further, an occasion is an accidental cause. But nothing ~accidental 312 2, 41 | accidental cause. But nothing ~accidental should enter a definition, 313 2, 41 | spiritual downfall, because accidental causes are indeterminate. ~ 314 2, 41 | imperfect, and not always an accidental cause. Nor is there any 315 2, 41 | mention of things that are ~accidental, since what is accidental 316 2, 41 | accidental, since what is accidental to one, may be proper to 317 2, 41 | something ~else: thus the accidental cause is mentioned in the 318 2, 41 | man's word or ~deed is the accidental cause of another's sin, 319 2, 41 | accidently. The scandal is accidental when it is beside the ~agent' 320 2, 41 | constituted by that which is accidental.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 321 2, 41 | Active scandal, if it be accidental, may sometimes be a venial 322 2, 57 | himself. ~Consequently what is accidental and unintentional cannot 323 2, 62 | self-defense?~(8) Whether accidental homicide is a mortal sin?~ 324 2, 62 | essential rather than the accidental. Wherefore he who kills 325 2, 62 | On the other hand it is accidental to the slaying that the ~ 326 2, 62 | intention, since this is accidental as explained ~above (Q[43], 327 2, 62 | an obstacle is called an accidental cause. Wherefore he who ~ 328 2, 71 | of a sin, because it is ~accidental to a sin that it be known 329 2, 71 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~The accidental gravity of a sin is to be 330 2, 74 | essential aspects: for other accidental points might be taken into ~ 331 2, 80 | while the secondary and accidental ~effect is that "sorrow 332 2, 93 | vi [*Ed. Did. ~v, 3], an accidental being has no cause, least 333 2, 95 | man. Wherefore ~deceit is accidental to the temptation of God, 334 2, 99 | in respect of something accidental to him, for instance, if 335 2, 99 | something on his father is ~accidental, arising from some momentary 336 2, 107 | and not from that which is accidental and beside ~the intention. 337 2, 108 | the speaker's intention is accidental ~for which reason it cannot 338 2, 108 | is ~something beside and accidental to the species of that act, 339 2, 120 | precedes that which ~is accidental, it follows that among the 340 2, 127 | But great and little are accidental to honor. Therefore it is 341 2, 127 | 1: Great and little are accidental to honor considered in ~ 342 2, 127 | has to ~withstand it is accidental; in so far, to wit, as one 343 2, 127 | that one avoids it is only accidental, in so far, to wit, as it 344 2, 146 | the direct cause but the ~accidental cause, as it were, and the 345 2, 146 | results to his body, this is ~accidental. Hence this does not directly 346 2, 147 | difference of drinks bears an ~accidental relation to virtue. Hence 347 2, 150 | these three the first is ~accidental to the moral act, which 348 2, 150 | integrity of the bodily organ is accidental to ~virginity; while freedom 349 2, 150 | integrity of a bodily organ is ~accidental to virginity, in so far 350 2, 150 | organ, which we ~hold to be accidental to virginity: while there 351 2, 150 | but not as regards the accidental reward. Hence ~Augustine 352 2, 152 | of ~injustice altogether accidental to lust: since the lust 353 2, 152 | employment ~of force is accidental to lust, for this essentially 354 2, 160 | direct cause, but ~as from an accidental cause, in so far as a man 355 2, 160 | contrary from being the ~accidental cause of another, as stated 356 2, 170 | greater obstacle than an ~accidental impediment. Now the considerations 357 2, 170 | prophecy are hindered by ~an accidental occurrence. For Jerome says 358 2, 180 | conduces to the increase of the accidental ~reward; but the increase 359 2, 183 | 1/3~Reply OBJ 3: It is accidental that religious who are bishops 360 3, 2 | a substantial form, but accidental; and hence it would ~follow 361 3, 2 | was not essential, but ~accidental, which will be disproved 362 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As accidental difference makes a thing " 363 3, 2 | otherness" which springs from accidental difference may pertain ~ 364 3, 2 | but only ~diversity of accidental forms, so likewise when 365 3, 2 | that these modes imply an accidental union.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 366 3, 2 | Nestorius by maintaining an accidental ~union. For there is no 367 3, 2 | nature, nor yet in something accidental, but midway, in a ~subsistence 368 3, 2 | the third which holds an accidental union, are not to be ~styled 369 3, 2 | not indeed in regard to accidental union, but inasmuch as the ~ 370 3, 2 | show that it is not an ~accidental union, although the union 371 3, 6 | the body; grace ~is but an accidental perfection of the soul. 372 3, 6 | personal union, which is not accidental, as the soul ordains ~the 373 3, 7 | the ungodly to be just is accidental to it on the part of ~the 374 3, 10 | not a substance, but is accidental to things ~that are said 375 3, 17 | 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, as accidental form makes a thing otherwise [ 376 3, 18 | is no doubt. Yet doubt is accidental to ~choice when it is in 377 3, 50 | an essential and not an accidental ~predicate: hence it follows 378 3, 59 | 31. Secondly, as to other accidental rewards of the ~good angels, 379 3, 59 | and furthermore as to the accidental ~punishments of the devils 380 3, 64 | has as an instrument, is accidental to it: ~for instance, that 381 3, 65 | removing ~some supervening accidental cause of harm; such are 382 3, 65 | clear that Penance is an accidental ~preparation to the Eucharist, 383 3, 66 | form is given by ~art is accidental; except perchance when art 384 3, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: What is accidental to a thing does not diversify 385 3, 66 | done this or ~that way, is accidental to Baptism. And consequently 386 3, 66 | the mode of washing is accidental to the sacrament. Consequently, 387 3, 69 | essential effect, ~and the accidental. The essential effect of 388 3, 69 | Body Para. 2/2~But the accidental effect of Baptism, is that 389 3, 76 | This argument deals with accidental movement, whereby ~things 390 3, 77 | form, ~be it substantial or accidental, is naturally in someone 391 3, 77 | moved no longer. But all accidental forms act instrumentally 392 3, 77 | A[6]), it seems that the accidental ~forms which remain cannot 393 3, 77 | OBJ 2: The action of an accidental form depends upon the action 394 3, 77 | action of a substantial or accidental form depends upon God as 395 3, 80 | genus is ~divided by an accidental difference, therefore this 396 3, 84 | naturally that which is ~accidental, as substance precedes accident. 397 3, 85 | precedes that which is ~accidental; because the other virtues 398 3, 89 | this joy belongs to the accidental reward.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 399 Suppl, 2 | place. Nevertheless some accidental punishment ~accrues to it, 400 Suppl, 3 | observe that ~there is also an accidental degree of malice, in respect 401 Suppl, 10| which come under the head of accidental and ~secondary reward. Consequently 402 Suppl, 27| reward, but not of certain ~accidental rewards, such as the remission 403 Suppl, 41| itself; but as regards an accidental reward, the reason for merit ~ 404 Suppl, 41| required for merit of the accidental reward ~is a difficulty 405 Suppl, 44| pertaining to ~dignity; thus the accidental property retains the name 406 Suppl, 48| twofold, ~namely essential and accidental. The essential cause of 407 Suppl, 48| of fornication. But the ~accidental final cause thereof is that 408 Suppl, 48| essential end. And since accidental ~causes are infinite in 409 Suppl, 48| and an infinite number of accidental ends.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] 410 Suppl, 50| infinite in number, like all accidental causes. But the causes which 411 Suppl, 54| Body Para. 2/3~But the accidental end of marriage is the binding 412 Suppl, 57| them not by reason of some accidental ~impediment.~Aquin.: SMT 413 Suppl, 58| or from an extrinsic and accidental cause, ~for instance spell, 414 Suppl, 58| a natural cause, but an accidental extrinsic cause: and therefore 415 Suppl, 64| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This is accidental. For the husband having 416 Suppl, 69| hell ~eternally: for it is accidental to venial sin that it be 417 Suppl, 70| essential, nor as to the accidental reward, ~if they happen 418 Suppl, 71| some work a man merits an accidental reward, or a rebate of punishment. ~ 419 Suppl, 72| prevent evil from being ~accidental to a creature, although 420 Suppl, 76| and misery, which is an ~accidental difference. Hence it follows 421 Suppl, 76| soul to the body would be accidental, which is the error of the ~ 422 Suppl, 76| nonentity. And the variation of accidental forms ~does not make a difference 423 Suppl, 76| of soul and body would be accidental. Consequently there has 424 Suppl, 76| its definition as from an accidental form "that contributes more ~ 425 Suppl, 76| And since these powers are accidental ~properties, diversity on 426 Suppl, 76| things inasmuch as it has an accidental form which, if the ~statue 427 Suppl, 76| but not if we speak of accidental parts, such as hair ~and 428 Suppl, 76| perhaps not as regards the ~accidental parts, such as nails and 429 Suppl, 79| us, we sometimes employ accidental differences ~in order to 430 Suppl, 79| differences from which the accidental ~differences result. Hence " 431 Suppl, 80| in a place, this is only accidental, because ~the body of which 432 Suppl, 81| its dignity belongs to the accidental reward. Nor does ~it follow 433 Suppl, 86| granted to the poor ~as an accidental reward to judge others, 434 Suppl, 86| But nothing hinders an accidental reward from being ~bestowed 435 Suppl, 86| are the cause of certain accidental rewards in men, in so far ~ 436 Suppl, 88| whatever is unnatural and ~accidental cannot last for ever (De 437 Suppl, 89| things pertaining to ~the accidental reward. But afterwards it 438 Suppl, 90| but ~in relation to some accidental reward, which is joy in 439 Suppl, 93| 2/2~In like manner the accidental reward which is added to 440 Suppl, 93| thus is due to it a kind of accidental reward which we call an ~" 441 Suppl, 93| the ~essential, and the accidental which is added to the essential. 442 Suppl, 93| Although the aureole is an accidental reward added to the ~essential 443 Suppl, 93| nevertheless not every accidental reward is an aureole, ~but 444 Suppl, 93| not unfitting that another accidental reward, which is called 445 Suppl, 93| all, but also a certain accidental reward, such as joy in those ~ 446 Suppl, 93| yet the ~corresponding accidental reward in Christ is a negligible 447 Suppl, 93| reward is greater than the accidental. But the dowries which ~ 448 Suppl, 93| aureole which pertains to the accidental ~reward.~Aquin.: SMT XP 449 Suppl, 94| Further, nothing violent or accidental can be everlasting. But ~ 450 Suppl, 95| however, this may apply to the accidental ~reward, or secondary punishment, 451 Suppl, 95| according to something accidental as it were to Him in His ~ 452 Suppl, 96| OBJ 5: Further, "nothing accidental lasts for ever" (De Coelo 453 Suppl, 96| not deemed everlasting is accidental, ~either because man endures 454 Appen1, 1| punishment, since this is accidental, for as much as he who ~ 455 Appen1, 2| can be in respect of some accidental reward, ~so long as man


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