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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | motion; whereas a thing moves inasmuch as it is in act. ~ 2 1, 2 | actually hot, and thereby moves and changes it. Now it is 3 1, 2 | first mover; as the staff moves only because it is put in 4 1, 7 | direct, because nothing moves naturally by ~a direct movement 5 1, 9 | immutable. For whatever moves ~itself is in some way mutable. 6 1, 9 | 20), "The Creator Spirit moves Himself neither by time, 7 1, 9 | said ~that the first mover moves Himself; calling every operation 8 1, 9 | respect they said that God moves Himself, not, however, as 9 1, 9 | Further, everything in motion moves to some end. What therefore ~ 10 1, 10 | viii, 20,22,23), that "God moves the spiritual through ~time." 11 1, 12 | lit. viii, 22,23), "God moves ~the spiritual creature 12 1, 14 | if I said, "if the sun moves, the grass will ~grow."~ 13 1, 18 | the first place, the end moves the agent: and the principal ~ 14 1, 18 | the intellectual faculty moves the sensitive powers; and ~ 15 1, 18 | But although our intellect moves itself to some things, yet 16 1, 18 | respect to ~some things it moves itself, yet with regard 17 1, 18 | perfection not of the agent that moves, but of the thing moved; ~ 18 1, 18 | Plato also taught that God moves Himself; not in the ~sense 19 1, 19 | Anima iii, 54), the ~will moves, and is moved. But God is 20 1, 19 | said that the first mover moves itself.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 19 | OBJ 2: Further, the willed moves the willer, as the appetible 22 1, 19 | end, and this it is that moves the will, as ~most clearly 23 1, 19 | health; and this alone moves his will. It is different 24 1, 19 | follow that anything else moves His will, except ~His goodness. 25 1, 20 | ourselves the universal reason ~moves through the medium of the 26 1, 20 | the will as it ~is called, moves through the medium of the 27 1, 25 | instantaneous movement, but moves ~the spiritual creature 28 1, 25 | and especially since it moves in accordance with ~the 29 1, 46 | movement. For nature always ~moves in the same manner: hence 30 1, 51 | nor for the spirit ~which moves the world is there any fixed 31 1, 52 | 5~Neither, if any angel moves the heavens, is it necessary 32 1, 52 | that one separate substance moves all the spheres immediately. ~ 33 1, 53 | proportion the power which moves a body. Now the ~proportion 34 1, 57 | ad lit. viii) that "God moves the spiritual creature ~ 35 1, 61 | viii, 20,21) that "God moves the spiritual ~creature 36 1, 63 | good which is apprehended moves the appetite, whether ~sensible, 37 1, 67 | instantaneous, as everything that moves from one place to ~another 38 1, 67 | corrupted, but approaches and moves around with the sun, ~we 39 1, 68 | primary ~movable body that moves with diurnal movement: while 40 1, 70 | with movement the first moves itself, as is proved in ~ 41 1, 70 | united to that which he ~moves. Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. 42 1, 70 | fact that whereas nature moves to one ~fixed end which 43 1, 70 | movement the power that moves the heavenly bodies is of 44 1, 70 | then, the principle that moves it may be ~called intrinsic, 45 1, 74 | as the love of the artist moves over the materials of his 46 1, 75 | if there be anything that moves and is not moved, it ~must 47 1, 75 | Since, therefore, the soul moves the ~body, it seems that 48 1, 75 | incorporeal thing, which moves that ~body.~Aquin.: SMT 49 1, 75 | the soul of brute animals moves the body. But the body ~ 50 1, 75 | other cause but that which moves from potentiality to act; ~ 51 1, 76 | Socrates, as the action of what moves him, it follows that it 52 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, man moves himself as every animal 53 1, 76 | does. Now everything ~that moves itself is divided into two 54 1, 76 | two parts, of which one moves, and the ~other is moved, 55 1, 76 | 5). But the part ~which moves is the soul. Therefore the 56 1, 76 | power is the part which moves; and the animate body is 57 1, 76 | and yet it guides ~and moves the body by its power and 58 1, 76 | whatever; for a motor naturally moves what is distant from it 59 1, 76 | there of the soul as it moves the body; ~whence he uses 60 1, 76 | administration." It is true that it moves the ~grosser parts of the 61 1, 76 | is in the whole ~surface moves the sight more than the 62 1, 77 | vision, inasmuch as it moves the sight. On the other 63 1, 77 | because one part thereof moves and another is moved. Neither ~ 64 1, 47 | movement. For nature always ~moves in the same manner: hence 65 1, 52 | nor for the spirit ~which moves the world is there any fixed 66 1, 53 | 5~Neither, if any angel moves the heavens, is it necessary 67 1, 53 | that one separate substance moves all the spheres immediately. ~ 68 1, 54 | proportion the power which moves a body. Now the ~proportion 69 1, 58 | ad lit. viii) that "God moves the spiritual creature ~ 70 1, 62 | viii, 20,21) that "God moves the spiritual ~creature 71 1, 64 | good which is apprehended moves the appetite, whether ~sensible, 72 1, 68 | instantaneous, as everything that moves from one place to ~another 73 1, 68 | corrupted, but approaches and moves around with the sun, ~we 74 1, 69 | primary ~movable body that moves with diurnal movement: while 75 1, 71 | with movement the first moves itself, as is proved in ~ 76 1, 71 | united to that which he ~moves. Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. 77 1, 71 | fact that whereas nature moves to one ~fixed end which 78 1, 71 | movement the power that moves the heavenly bodies is of 79 1, 71 | then, the principle that moves it may be ~called intrinsic, 80 1, 73 | as the love of the artist moves over the materials of his 81 1, 74 | if there be anything that moves and is not moved, it ~must 82 1, 74 | Since, therefore, the soul moves the ~body, it seems that 83 1, 74 | incorporeal thing, which moves that ~body.~Aquin.: SMT 84 1, 74 | the soul of brute animals moves the body. But the body ~ 85 1, 74 | other cause but that which moves from potentiality to act; ~ 86 1, 75 | Socrates, as the action of what moves him, it follows that it 87 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, man moves himself as every animal 88 1, 75 | does. Now everything ~that moves itself is divided into two 89 1, 75 | two parts, of which one moves, and the ~other is moved, 90 1, 75 | 5). But the part ~which moves is the soul. Therefore the 91 1, 75 | power is the part which moves; and the animate body is 92 1, 75 | and yet it guides ~and moves the body by its power and 93 1, 75 | whatever; for a motor naturally moves what is distant from it 94 1, 75 | there of the soul as it moves the body; ~whence he uses 95 1, 75 | administration." It is true that it moves the ~grosser parts of the 96 1, 75 | is in the whole ~surface moves the sight more than the 97 1, 76 | vision, inasmuch as it moves the sight. On the other 98 1, 76 | because one part thereof moves and another is moved. Neither ~ 99 1, 77 | animate thing, in some way, moves itself. Such is the operation 100 1, 77 | appetite of the soul which moves them. Of this we have a 101 1, 78 | color of its ~own nature moves the luminous medium. But 102 1, 79 | that the higher appetite ~moves the lower.~Aquin.: SMT FP 103 1, 80 | powers, the second only moves by virtue ~of the first: 104 1, 80 | that "the higher appetite moves the ~lower appetite, as 105 1, 80 | appetite, as the higher sphere moves the lower." In this way, ~ 106 1, 81 | intellect?~(4) Whether the will moves the intellect?~(5) Whether 107 1, 81 | seems that the will's object moves it of ~necessity.~Aquin.: 108 1, 81 | apprehended by the sense moves the sensitive appetite of 109 1, 81 | apprehended by the ~intellect moves the will of necessity.~Aquin.: 110 1, 81 | according to that one thing, it moves the sensitive appetite ~ 111 1, 81 | good which ~is understood moves the will.~Aquin.: SMT FP 112 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Whether the will moves the intellect?~Aquin.: SMT 113 1, 81 | the intellect. For what ~moves excels and precedes what 114 1, 81 | what is moved, because what moves is an agent, ~and "the agent 115 1, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, what moves is not moved by what is 116 1, 81 | accidentally. But the intellect moves the will, because the good ~ 117 1, 81 | apprehended by the intellect moves without being moved; whereas 118 1, 81 | moved; whereas the ~appetite moves and is moved. Therefore 119 1, 81 | to understand, the will moves by willing to ~understand, 120 1, 81 | intellect. Therefore the will moves the ~intellect.~Aquin.: 121 1, 81 | when we say that the end moves the agent. In this way the ~ 122 1, 81 | this way the ~intellect moves the will, because the good 123 1, 81 | object of ~the will, and moves it as an end. Secondly, 124 1, 81 | an ~agent, as what alters moves what is altered, and what 125 1, 81 | altered, and what impels moves what ~is impelled. In this 126 1, 81 | impelled. In this way the will moves the intellect and all the 127 1, 81 | regards the universal end moves the powers which regard ~ 128 1, 81 | generation and corruption, moves all inferior bodies, ~each 129 1, 81 | whole ~kingdom, by his rule moves all the governors of cities, 130 1, 81 | Therefore the will as agent moves ~all the powers of the soul 131 1, 81 | Reply OBJ 2: The intellect moves the will in one sense, and 132 1, 81 | one sense, and the will ~moves the intellect in another, 133 1, 82 | another is not free. But ~God moves the will, for it is written ( 134 1, 82 | without ~judgment; as a stone moves downwards; and in like manner 135 1, 82 | because by his ~free-will man moves himself to act. But it does 136 1, 82 | is the first cause, Who moves causes both natural and ~ 137 1, 83 | which only potentially moves upwards must needs be only 138 1, 83 | but that which actually moves upwards must needs be actually ~ 139 1, 84 | viii, ~20,22), that "God moves the spiritual creature through 140 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A thing moves or operates for an end in 141 1, 104 | apprehended. Therefore God moves as the object of desire 142 1, 104 | that an infinite ~power moves instantaneously. But it 143 1, 104 | fire, but it also heats and moves things upwards. Therefore, 144 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God moves as the object of desire 145 1, 104 | not follow that He always moves as being desired and apprehended 146 1, 104 | that every power of bulk moves in its ~entirety; since 147 1, 104 | its ~entirety; since it moves by the necessity of its 148 1, 104 | Therefore, since a finite power moves in a determinate time, it 149 1, 104 | does not ~follow that it moves without time.~Aquin.: SMT 150 1, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God moves the created intellect immediately?~ 151 1, 104 | the contrary, The teacher moves the intellect of the one 152 1, 104 | knowledge." Therefore God ~moves the human intellect.~Aquin.: 153 1, 104 | Body Para. 2/2~Now God moves the created intellect in 154 1, 104 | subsist. Therefore God so moves the created intellect, inasmuch ~ 155 1, 104 | The intelligible object moves our human intellect, so 156 1, 104 | Q[56], A[3]). Hence He moves the created intellect, ~ 157 1, 104 | thrower. Therefore, if God moves the will, it follows that 158 1, 104 | capacity of the will, and ~moves it sufficiently as its object. 159 1, 104 | action is the end which moves the agent; the second is 160 1, 104 | first; for the first agent moves the second to act. And thus 161 1, 104 | observe that God not only moves things to ~operated, as 162 1, 104 | for example, when a man moves a ~heavy body upwards, which 163 1, 105 | 1/4 - HOW ONE CREATURE MOVES ANOTHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 164 1, 105 | consider how one creature moves another. This consideration 165 1, 105 | bodies move; (3) How man moves, who is composed of a ~spiritual 166 1, 105 | inquiry:~(1) Whether one angel moves the intellect of another 167 1, 105 | enlightenment?~(2) Whether one angel moves the will of another?~(3) 168 1, 105 | Para. 1/1~Whether one angel moves another angel's will?~Aquin.: 169 1, 105 | will. Therefore one angel moves another angel's will.~Aquin.: 170 1, 105 | that the higher ~appetite moves the lower. But as the intellect 171 1, 105 | the object of the will, ~moves the will, as the appetible 172 1, 105 | the will, as the appetible moves the appetite; and he who 173 1, 105 | yet nothing sufficiently moves the will save the ~universal 174 1, 106 | powers ~of the soul, the will moves the intellect to its operation. 175 1, 109 | whence we see that the soul moves the body first and chiefly 176 1, 114 | generation of sensible bodies, moves ~them to life, gives them 177 1, 114 | whatever generates ~here below, moves to the production of the 178 1, 115 | iv): "The chain of fate moves the heaven and the stars, ~ 179 1, 116 | species directly: but he ~moves the disciple by teaching, 180 2, 1 | doing; for instance when one moves one's ~foot or hand, or 181 2, 1 | intends the common ~good, moves, by his command, all the 182 2, 1 | in both ways, since man moves himself, and is ~moved by 183 2, 2 | Therefore, seemingly that which moves most ~the appetite, answers 184 2, 3 | end of the general, ~who moves all the men. But the first 185 2, 3 | is the ~will: because it moves the other powers, as we 186 2, 6 | the end of his work, and moves ~himself, in his acts especially 187 2, 6 | which, on being apprehended, moves the appetite. Thus a lion, ~ 188 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God moves man to act, not only by 189 2, 7 | the act, inasmuch as it moves the ~agent to act. Wherefore 190 2, 9 | Para. 1/1 - OF THAT WHICH MOVES THE WILL (SIX ARTICLES)~ 191 2, 9 | We must now consider what moves the will: and under this 192 2, 9 | appetite?~(3) Whether the will moves itself?~(4) Whether it is 193 2, 9 | before us in a picture, and moves us ~not at all (De Anima 194 2, 9 | same ~thing. But the will moves the intellect; for we exercise 195 2, 9 | the end, by its command moves the art which is concerned ~ 196 2, 9 | this respect, the ~will moves the other powers of the 197 2, 9 | the universal end belongs, moves to ~their acts the arts 198 2, 9 | whole army - by his command moves ~one of the captains, who 199 2, 9 | the other hand, the object moves, by determining the act, 200 2, 9 | of motion the intellect moves the will, as ~presenting 201 2, 9 | speculative intellect that moves, but ~the practical intellect ( 202 2, 9 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The will moves the intellect as to the 203 2, 9 | the object, the ~intellect moves the will; since the good 204 2, 9 | moved by ~that which it moves, in such a way that there 205 2, 9 | reciprocal motion. But ~the will moves the sensitive appetite, 206 2, 9 | the ~sensitive appetite moves the will.~Aquin.: SMT FS 207 2, 9 | apprehended as good ~and fitting, moves the will by way of object. 208 2, 9 | the ~sensitive appetite moves the will, on the part of 209 2, 9 | which resides the will, moves, by its command, the irascible 210 2, 9 | Para. 1/1~Whether the will moves itself?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 211 2, 9 | same. Therefore nothing moves itself. Neither, ~therefore, 212 2, 9 | itself to will. Therefore it moves itself.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 213 2, 9 | conclusions; and thus it ~moves itself. And, in like manner, 214 2, 9 | its volition of the ~end, moves itself to will the means.~ 215 2, 9 | of the same that the will moves itself ~and is moved: wherefore 216 2, 9 | it is by this act that it moves itself. Accordingly it does 217 2, 9 | by another. But the will moves itself sufficiently. Therefore ~ 218 2, 9 | will it. And, indeed, it moves itself, as stated above ( 219 2, 9 | without, that, to wit, which moves nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 220 2, 9 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The will moves itself sufficiently in one 221 2, 9 | way as some exterior agent moves the will, as to ~the exercise 222 2, 9 | 4, that the generator moves locally heavy and light 223 2, 9 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God moves man's will, as the Universal 224 2, 9 | Nevertheless, sometimes God moves some specially to the willing 225 2, 9 | the case of those whom He ~moves by grace, as we shall state 226 2, 10 | mover, if it be sufficient, moves the ~movable of necessity. 227 2, 10 | the first way, no object moves the will necessarily, ~for 228 2, 10 | what ~aspect the object moves the power. For the visible 229 2, 10 | the power. For the visible moves the sight, under ~the aspect 230 2, 10 | offered to ~the sight, it moves the sight necessarily: unless 231 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 3: The last end moves the will necessarily, because 232 2, 10 | the ~sensitive appetite moves the will, in so far as the 233 2, 10 | that cannot be resisted moves of necessity. But God cannot 234 2, 10 | His will?" Therefore God moves the will of ~necessity.~ 235 2, 10 | everything to which God moves it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[10] 236 2, 10 | not will that to which God moves it: because in that ~case 237 2, 10 | to will that to which God moves it. Therefore it wills ~ 238 2, 10 | of things." ~Wherefore it moves all things in accordance 239 2, 10 | relation to many things, God so moves ~it, that He does not determine 240 2, 10 | something ~by the thing which He moves, but also to its being done 241 2, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If God moves the will to anything, it 242 2, 11 | Wherefore the appetitive power moves the other powers to their 243 2, 11 | some higher nature, which moves ~all nature by its command, 244 2, 11 | knowledge, the ~appetite moves the other powers to their 245 2, 12 | principally to that which moves to the end: hence we ~say 246 2, 12 | authority, by his command moves ~others to that which he 247 2, 12 | he intends. Now the will moves all the other powers ~of 248 2, 12 | end to which the latter moves; ~thus we foresee with the 249 2, 13 | movement of that which it moves. Accordingly, in all things 250 2, 13 | the order of reason which moves them is evident, although 251 2, 15 | only because it ~always moves to act, according to the 252 2, 16 | that it is the will which moves the soul's powers to their 253 2, 16 | removes ~them. But the will moves itself, too, as stated above ( 254 2, 16 | since ~the will, in a way, moves the reason also, and uses 255 2, 17 | very fact ~that the reason moves by commanding, is due to 256 2, 17 | reason, by its ~command, moves (the power) to the execution 257 2, 17 | movement, in so far ~as it moves the commanding reason. But 258 2, 17 | itself, just as the will moves itself, as ~stated above ( 259 2, 17 | because, to wit, ~as God moves the world, so the soul moves 260 2, 17 | moves the world, so the soul moves the body. But it does not 261 2, 18 | man strokes his beard, or moves his ~hand or foot; such 262 2, 19 | vice versa. But the will moves the reason and the other 263 2, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The will moves the reason in one way: the 264 2, 19 | reason in one way: the reason moves the ~will in another, viz. 265 2, 21 | that, at the ~same time, he moves himself by his free-will, 266 2, 23 | inasmuch as it is delightful, moves the concupiscible ~power. 267 2, 26 | because ~the appetible object moves the appetite, introducing 268 2, 26 | intention; while the appetite moves towards the realization 269 2, 28 | by love; because love ~moves man to desire and seek the 270 2, 29 | corresponds to a greater love, moves us more than a lesser love.~ 271 2, 33 | of an apprehensive power moves pleasure ~rather than is 272 2, 34 | of great ~weight, example moves more than words.~Aquin.: 273 2, 35 | 2: Further, the reality moves more than its likeness does. 274 2, 37 | Since the soul naturally moves the body, the spiritual ~ 275 2, 38 | perception of the present moves more ~strongly than the 276 2, 40 | since the cognitive power moves the appetite, by ~presenting 277 2, 44 | instrument whereby the soul moves those members, as ~stated 278 2, 46 | all the humors, the bile moves quickest; for ~it is like 279 2, 47 | is evident that nothing moves a man to anger except a 280 2, 50 | active power, because it moves all the ~powers to their 281 2, 51 | that causes the quality, moves, as ~may be seen in that 282 2, 51 | anything. But in so ~far as it moves through being moved by another, 283 2, 51 | something ~from that which moves it: and thus is a habit 284 2, 56 | this is, that the will ~moves to their acts all those 285 2, 56 | disposition of the power which moves through ~being moved, depends 286 2, 56 | conformity with the power that moves it: ~therefore the virtue 287 2, 56 | the ~moved. But the will moves the irascible and concupiscible 288 2, 58 | some sovereign reason that moves it, there is no need for ~ 289 2, 58 | Now reason precedes and moves the sensitive ~appetite. 290 2, 65 | appetite, in a fashion, moves the ~reason, and the reason 291 2, 66 | is because the ~appetite moves the other powers to their 292 2, 68 | end, to which man's reason moves him, ~according as it is, 293 2, 68 | who are His organs when He moves them. The gift of fear ~ 294 2, 70 | Because the Holy Ghost moves the human mind to that which 295 2, 73 | cause, the more forcibly it moves to ~sin, and so the more 296 2, 74 | compared to the soul which moves ~them, as a slave who is 297 2, 74 | a slave who is moved but moves no other. On the other hand, 298 2, 74 | will and reason, the will moves and precedes the reason, 299 2, 74 | one way, and the reason moves and precedes the will in 300 2, 74 | without premeditation, he moves his hand, or foot. ~Therefore 301 2, 76 | direct cause is one that moves ~by its own power, as the 302 2, 77 | the ~rational appetite moves the sensitive appetite, 303 2, 77 | heavenly ~bodies, one sphere moves another." Therefore the 304 2, 80 | things. Therefore, as God moves man to take good counsel, 305 2, 80 | cause of good, so the devil moves him to take evil counsel, 306 2, 80 | secondly by that agent which moves the will ~inwardly to will, 307 2, 80 | does not resist that which moves him to sin, except by his ~ 308 2, 81 | movement of ~generation, moves all who originate from him, 309 2, 81 | even as the soul's will ~moves all the members to their 310 2, 84 | differentiated. ~Now a thing moves the appetite in two ways. 311 2, 84 | very nature: thus good moves the appetite to seek it, 312 2, 84 | evil, for the ~same reason, moves the appetite to avoid it. 313 2, 84 | Para. 4/5~Or again, good moves the appetite chiefly through 314 2, 85 | thus the sensible object ~moves the sensitive appetite, 315 2, 85 | displacing a pillar a man moves accidentally the ~stone 316 2, 88 | For there is a cause which moves directly to the production 317 2, 88 | and there is a cause which moves ~indirectly, by removing 318 2, 90 | OBJ 3: Further, the law moves those who are subject to 319 2, 109 | thought, inasmuch as He ~moves the understanding to act; 320 2, 109 | gratuitous gift of God, Who ~moves the soul inwardly or inspires 321 2, 109 | of the Holy Ghost, which moves and protects, ~is not circumscribed 322 2, 109 | the Father and the Son, ~moves and protects us.~Aquin.: 323 2, 110 | He infuse into such as He moves towards the acquisition 324 2, 111 | operations of God whereby He moves us to ~good pertain to grace. 325 2, 111 | Divine help, whereby God moves us to will and to act; ~ 326 2, 111 | in which our mind both ~moves and is moved, the operation 327 2, 111 | And hence, inasmuch as God moves the ~human mind to this 328 2, 111 | gratuitous motion ~whereby He moves us to meritorious good, 329 2, 112 | as a help from God, Who ~moves the soul to good. Now taking 330 2, 112 | principally from God, Who moves the ~free-will. Hence it 331 2, 112 | sometimes happens that God moves a man to ~good, but not 332 2, 112 | grace. But He ~sometimes moves him suddenly and perfectly 333 2, 112 | that the one whose heart He moves should attain to grace, 334 2, 113 | according to Rm. 4:5. Now God moves everything in its own manner, 335 2, 113 | diverse natures. Hence He moves man to ~justice according 336 2, 113 | that at the ~same time He moves the free-will to accept 337 2, 113 | of their souls that God moves them to ~justice. Now this 338 2, 113 | is ~moved by God. Now God moves man's soul by turning it 339 2, 113 | instant it is generated moves ~upwards, and if its movement 340 2, 113 | in the order of nature it moves ~towards God as to its end, 341 2, 113 | God in justifying a man moves him ~to good, it would seem 342 2, 113 | justification is ~that God moves the soul interiorly and 343 2, 113 | v). Yet God ~sometimes moves the soul so vehemently that 344 2, 114 | since the rational creature ~moves itself to act by its free-will, 345 2, 114 | the last end for object, moves ~the other virtues to act. 346 2, 2 | intellect, in so far as the will moves it to assent, as stated 347 2, 2 | the part of the will that moves the intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 348 2, 2 | FS, Q[9], A[1]) the will moves the ~intellect and the other 349 2, 2 | by its proper ~movement moves towards the centre (of the 350 2, 2 | movement of the moon, it moves round the centre by ebb 351 2, 4 | intellect inasmuch as the will moves it to assent. And this act 352 2, 5 | assent. Now, that the ~will moves the intellect to assent, 353 2, 6 | another internal cause, which moves man inwardly to ~assent 354 2, 6 | of faith ~is that which moves man inwardly to assent.~ 355 2, 7 | as the apprehended good moves ~the appetite.~Aquin.: SMT 356 2, 10 | by word, since the master moves his ~servant by command. 357 2, 17 | the Divine intellect which moves everything with certainty 358 2, 22 | For when the Holy Ghost moves the human mind the ~movement 359 2, 22 | said that the Holy Ghost moves the will in ~such a way 360 2, 22 | action. Wherefore God, Who moves all things to their due 361 2, 23 | part of the Holy Ghost, Who moves the soul to love God, and ~ 362 2, 29 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv), "love moves those, ~whom it unites, 363 2, 29 | be perfected thereby; it moves the superior to watch over 364 2, 29 | love in so far as love moves the superior to watch over 365 2, 31 | man reproves another he moves him by his rebuke ~to something 366 2, 33 | capital vice is one that moves a man to sinful acts, as ~ 367 2, 41 | inducement or example, moves another ~to sin; and this 368 2, 45 | FP, Q[82], A[4]) the will moves all the ~faculties to their 369 2, 45 | essentially, but in so far as love moves to the ~act of prudence. 370 2, 45 | said to discern because it moves the reason ~to discern.~ 371 2, 45 | than the moral virtues, and moves them: yet "synderesis" ~ 372 2, 45 | them: yet "synderesis" ~moves prudence, just as the understanding 373 2, 45 | understanding of principles moves science.~Aquin.: SMT SS 374 2, 45 | end for its object, and moves the other powers of ~the 375 2, 50 | the Holy Ghost. Now God moves everything according to 376 2, 50 | the thing moved: thus He moves the corporeal creature through 377 2, 50 | The mover that is moved, moves through being moved. Hence ~ 378 2, 50 | observation, namely, that God moves the ~mind of the blessed 379 2, 50 | wayfarer, in another. ~For God moves the mind of the wayfarer 380 2, 56 | this is the will which ~moves by its command all the other 381 2, 57 | contrary to charity, which moves us to will ~the good of 382 2, 74 | commands others and thus moves them ~to do something: it 383 2, 79 | action deals with an end, moves ~by its command the power 384 2, 80 | thing ~moved. Now the will moves the other powers of the 385 2, 80 | far as it regards the end, moves both itself and whatever ~ 386 2, 81 | A[1], ad 3), ~the will moves the reason to its end: wherefore 387 2, 81 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The will moves the other powers of the 388 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 2: Man's will moves the reason to promise something 389 2, 104 | bent of his nature, which moves him to resist ~what hurts 390 2, 119 | Ghost. Now the Holy Ghost ~moves us to this effect among 391 2, 143 | Reply OBJ 1: The object that moves the appetite is an apprehended 392 2, 150 | 3): "Love of virginity ~moves us to say something about 393 2, 164 | appetitive ~power, which moves all the powers, as stated 394 2, 171 | Again, when the Holy Ghost moves a man's mind to do something, 395 2, 178 | belongs to the will, which moves all the other ~powers, even 396 2, 178 | Now the appetitive power moves one to observe things either 397 2, 178 | 3: The appetitive power moves not only the bodily members 398 2, 178 | movement, by which a thing moves ~uniformly round one point 399 2, 180 | than others, wherefore it moves and directs the active life. 400 3, 13 | But the soul of Christ ~moves even the highest spirits, 401 3, 16 | to the same, that a thing moves ~towards, and that it is, 402 3, 62 | subsequent in point of time, ~moves the agent in so far as it 403 3, 64 | the power of the ~one who moves it. Consequently, whatever 404 3, 64 | only moved, but in a sense moves itself, in so far as by ~ 405 3, 64 | so far as by ~his will he moves his bodily members to act. 406 3, 85 | A[4]; FS, Q[9], A[1]~), moves all the other powers of 407 3, 86 | powerful than man's, in that it moves ~man's will to repent, which 408 Suppl, 49| pleasure to that act, which moves ~even irrational animals 409 Suppl, 49| Consequently whenever nature alone moves a ~person to the marriage 410 Suppl, 54| the power of a begetter moves not only as to that which ~ 411 Suppl, 58| the concupiscence that ~moves him in regard to a particular 412 Suppl, 70| said that the first mover moves ~itself, and he maintained 413 Suppl, 70| the soul, one by which ~it moves itself, and another whereby 414 Suppl, 70| organ in so far as the soul moves the ~body. This opinion 415 Suppl, 70| touches the heaven, when it moves ~it, with a spiritual contact) 416 Suppl, 72| lit. viii, 20) that "God moves the spiritual ~creature 417 Suppl, 72| act of the intellect which moves all ~things (cf. Aristotle, 418 Suppl, 81| 2: Further, no body that moves with labor and pain can 419 Suppl, 81| movement, namely the soul, moves them counter to their nature, 420 Suppl, 81| would follow that something moves ~instantaneously, since 421 Suppl, 81| a body. Therefore if it moves at all, ~it moves instantaneously.~ 422 Suppl, 81| if it moves at all, ~it moves instantaneously.~Aquin.: 423 Suppl, 81| the ~non-glorified soul moves the body in time. Therefore 424 Suppl, 81| Therefore the glorified soul ~moves the body instantaneously.~ 425 Suppl, 81| hold that a glorified body moves ~in time, but that this 426 Suppl, 81| does not follow that it ~moves instantaneously, but that 427 Suppl, 81| because ~granted that it moves in time through a vacuum, 428 Suppl, 81| to the time in which it moves through a plenum. Now it


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