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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | is concerned with human ~operations; as moral science is concerned 2 1, 2 | 3) Whatever concerns His operations - namely, His ~knowledge, 3 1, 8 | and this is proper to the operations of the soul, ~according 4 1, 13 | from its properties ~and operations, so we name substance sometimes 5 1, 13 | made ~known to us from His operations or effects, we name Him 6 1, 13 | names given to God from His operations or effects are communicable; ~ 7 1, 14 | be known that although in operations which pass to an external ~ 8 1, 14 | operator; nevertheless in operations that remain in the ~operator, 9 1, 18 | certain similitude to the ~operations of life. Hence, if the whole 10 1, 18 | life is divided by certain operations, ~as is clear from the Philosopher ( 11 1, 18 | from the ~active by certain operations. Therefore life is an operation.~ 12 1, 18 | used less properly for the operations from ~which its name is 13 1, 18 | sometimes taken for the operations, sometimes for the ~existence 14 1, 18 | distinguishes life by the ~four operations mentioned. For in this lower 15 1, 18 | 2~Reply OBJ 2: By vital operations are meant those whose principles 16 1, 18 | operator produces such ~operations of itself. It happens that 17 1, 18 | natural principles of certain operations as are their natural powers, 18 1, 18 | nature to particular kinds of operations, so that the operations ~ 19 1, 18 | operations, so that the operations ~become sources of pleasure. 20 1, 21 | God. Thus in the divine operations debt may be regarded in 21 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the operations of God are more perfect 22 1, 27 | self-communication; because operations derive unity and diversity 23 1, 30 | creature is, the more interior ~operations it has; as a man has understanding 24 1, 30 | he has more ~intrinsic operations than other animals, because 25 1, 30 | simple, have fewer intrinsic operations than man, for they have 26 1, 36 | proceeded; but each of the ~operations is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 51 | something in ~common with other operations; just as speech, which is 28 1, 51 | which is common in such operations; but ~not as to that which 29 1, 54 | are certain powers whose operations are ~exercised by corporeal 30 1, 54 | powers of the soul whose operations are not performed through ~ 31 1, 58 | one faculty to have two operations ~at the same time. But the 32 1, 58 | OBJ 2: There can be two operations of the same faculty at the 33 1, 61 | succession which is in his operations. Hence ~Augustine says ( 34 1, 62 | merit by merely natural operations. But it was ~quite natural 35 1, 62 | be instantaneous, like operations of mind and will, it would 36 1, 62 | angels. For as ~principles of operations are mutually related, so 37 1, 62 | mutually related, so are the operations ~themselves. Now it is manifest 38 1, 62 | OBJ 3: There cannot be two operations of the one faculty at the ~ 39 1, 63 | some, because, when two operations follow one upon the ~other, 40 1, 65 | attain to Him by their own operations, by knowing and ~loving 41 1, 66 | and consequently in the operations of nature potentiality must 42 1, 70 | end. Yet for some of these operations, as sensation ~and nutrition, 43 1, 70 | functions. There are, however, operations of the soul, ~which are 44 1, 70 | heavenly bodies, for such operations are incompatible with a 45 1, 70 | follows, then, that of the operations of the soul the only ~ones 46 1, 70 | proportion thereto. But the operations ~of the intellect, which 47 1, 70 | the senses. ~Moreover, the operations of the sensitive soul, as 48 1, 70 | be for the purpose of the operations of the ~intellect. It remains, 49 1, 75 | Aristotle held that of the operations of the soul, understanding 50 1, 75 | sensation and the consequent operations of the sensitive soul are 51 1, 75 | animals have no "per se" ~operations they are not subsistent. 52 1, 75 | because in that ~case all the operations which are attributed to 53 1, 75 | and whatever performs the operations proper to a thing, is ~that 54 1, 75 | that which performs the operations of a man is man. ~But it 55 1, 75 | which have different natural operations are of ~different species. 56 1, 75 | species. But the natural operations of the soul and of an angel ~ 57 1, 76 | appears through ~various operations in different degrees of 58 1, 76 | each part are observed the operations of the soul, as sense and 59 1, 76 | principles of the soul's ~operations were essentially different, 60 1, 76 | therefore, for its ~various operations it requires various dispositions 61 1, 77 | with respect to its vital ~operations; whence also it is said 62 1, 77 | of the soul he performs operations of various degrees.~Aquin.: 63 1, 77 | they have a few determinate operations and powers. But ~man can 64 1, 77 | requires ~many and various operations and powers. But to angels 65 1, 77 | existence, but may have ~several operations. So there is one essence 66 1, 77 | Anima ii, 4) that "acts and ~operations precede the powers according 67 1, 77 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the operations of the powers of the soul 68 1, 77 | natural principles of the operations of the soul are ~the powers. 69 1, 77 | A[1], ad ~1), that some operations of the soul are performed 70 1, 77 | Hence the powers of these operations ~are in the soul as their 71 1, 77 | their subject. But some operations of the soul are ~performed 72 1, 77 | it is with all the other operations of the nutritive ~and sensitive 73 1, 77 | the principles of ~these operations have their subject in the 74 1, 77 | the power to perform such operations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 75 1, 52 | something in ~common with other operations; just as speech, which is 76 1, 52 | which is common in such operations; but ~not as to that which 77 1, 55 | are certain powers whose operations are ~exercised by corporeal 78 1, 55 | powers of the soul whose operations are not performed through ~ 79 1, 59 | one faculty to have two operations ~at the same time. But the 80 1, 59 | OBJ 2: There can be two operations of the same faculty at the 81 1, 62 | succession which is in his operations. Hence ~Augustine says ( 82 1, 63 | merit by merely natural operations. But it was ~quite natural 83 1, 63 | be instantaneous, like operations of mind and will, it would 84 1, 63 | angels. For as ~principles of operations are mutually related, so 85 1, 63 | mutually related, so are the operations ~themselves. Now it is manifest 86 1, 63 | OBJ 3: There cannot be two operations of the one faculty at the ~ 87 1, 64 | some, because, when two operations follow one upon the ~other, 88 1, 66 | attain to Him by their own operations, by knowing and ~loving 89 1, 67 | and consequently in the operations of nature potentiality must 90 1, 71 | end. Yet for some of these operations, as sensation ~and nutrition, 91 1, 71 | functions. There are, however, operations of the soul, ~which are 92 1, 71 | heavenly bodies, for such operations are incompatible with a 93 1, 71 | follows, then, that of the operations of the soul the only ~ones 94 1, 71 | proportion thereto. But the operations ~of the intellect, which 95 1, 71 | the senses. ~Moreover, the operations of the sensitive soul, as 96 1, 71 | be for the purpose of the operations of the ~intellect. It remains, 97 1, 74 | Aristotle held that of the operations of the soul, understanding 98 1, 74 | sensation and the ~consequent operations of the sensitive soul are 99 1, 74 | animals have no "per se" ~operations they are not subsistent. 100 1, 74 | because in that ~case all the operations which are attributed to 101 1, 74 | and whatever performs the operations proper to a thing, is ~that 102 1, 74 | that which performs the operations of a man is man. ~But it 103 1, 74 | which have different natural operations are of ~different species. 104 1, 74 | species. But the natural operations of the soul and of an angel ~ 105 1, 75 | appears through ~various operations in different degrees of 106 1, 75 | each part are observed the operations of the soul, as sense and 107 1, 75 | principles of the soul's ~operations were essentially different, 108 1, 75 | therefore, for its ~various operations it requires various dispositions 109 1, 76 | with respect to its vital ~operations; whence also it is said 110 1, 76 | of the soul he performs operations of various degrees.~Aquin.: 111 1, 76 | they have a few determinate operations and powers. But ~man can 112 1, 76 | requires ~many and various operations and powers. But to angels 113 1, 76 | existence, but may have ~several operations. So there is one essence 114 1, 76 | Anima ii, 4) that "acts and ~operations precede the powers according 115 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the operations of the powers of the soul 116 1, 76 | natural principles of the operations of the soul are ~the powers. 117 1, 76 | A[1], ad ~1), that some operations of the soul are performed 118 1, 76 | Hence the powers of these operations ~are in the soul as their 119 1, 76 | their subject. But some operations of the soul are ~performed 120 1, 76 | it is with all the other operations of the nutritive ~and sensitive 121 1, 76 | the principles of ~these operations have their subject in the 122 1, 76 | the power to perform such operations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 123 1, 77 | principles of its vital ~operations. Now, in four ways is a 124 1, 77 | organ. The lowest of the operations of ~the soul is that which 125 1, 77 | extrinsic principle, while these operations are from an intrinsic ~principle; 126 1, 77 | this is common to all the operations of the soul; since ~every 127 1, 77 | Anima ii, 2,4) that the ~operations of this soul are "generation, 128 1, 77 | affected in their respective operations by ~any natural immutation 129 1, 82 | arguments. Now particular operations are contingent, and therefore 130 1, 83 | same in ~regard to all the operations of the sensitive part. Since, 131 1, 83 | Democritus in this, that the operations of the sensitive part are 132 1, 84 | Reply OBJ 3: There are two operations in the sensitive part. One, 133 1, 84 | never seen. Both of these operations ~are found in the intellect. 134 1, 84 | vicissitude of intelligible ~operations, according as one operation 135 1, 86 | Anima ii, 4), "acts and operations are logically prior to ~ 136 1, 90 | the rational soul and its ~operations; since matter is for the 137 1, 90 | such a ~form and to such operations. If defect exists in the 138 1, 90 | proportioned to the soul and its operations.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 139 1, 90 | required for the intellectual ~operations, as we have seen above ( 140 1, 90 | Reply OBJ 4: Since vital operations are more clearly seen in 141 1, 96 | the vegetative ~soul: the operations of which are the use of 142 1, 96 | growth. Wherefore such operations befitted man in the state 143 1, 98 | of the brain, and ~to the operations proper to such animals being 144 1, 104 | reason in Holy Scripture the operations of nature are attributed 145 1, 105 | to God; since the angelic operations are not made ~known to us; 146 1, 105 | known to us; as are the operations of sensible bodies. Thus 147 1, 107 | in regard of those Divine operations ~which befit them; secondly, 148 1, 109 | did not consider that any operations were exercised in the ~inferior 149 1, 111 | sense ~the intellectual operations evidently have sometimes 150 2, 1 | the principle in human ~operations, as the Philosopher states ( 151 2, 2 | arises from ~the fact that operations of the senses, through being 152 2, 3 | there is one happiness. But operations are ~many. Therefore happiness 153 2, 3 | perfected by sensitive ~operations. Therefore sensitive operation 154 2, 3 | Para. 2/2~Nevertheless the operations of the senses can belong 155 2, 3 | to be perfected in their operations"; a point which will ~be 156 2, 3 | first mover in regard to operations is the ~will: because it 157 2, 3 | to man himself, ~viz. his operations and passions. Therefore 158 2, 4 | yet ~more desirable. But operations are desired on account of 159 2, 4 | adjusted delight to those operations which ~are necessary for 160 2, 4 | animals should disregard such operations. Therefore, in happiness, ~ 161 2, 4 | appetite which is in animals, ~operations are sought for the sake 162 2, 4 | nature, adjusted delights to operations on account of the operations. ~ 163 2, 4 | operations on account of the operations. ~And we should form our 164 2, 4 | consists in an operation. But operations are ~determined by their 165 2, 4 | of which to perform its ~operations.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[7] 166 2, 4 | animal body; or for certain operations which belong to human life, 167 2, 5 | as the beginning in human operations, is subject to ~man's natural 168 2, 6 | obtaining ~it. But because operations and acts are concerned with 169 2, 14 | OBJ 2: Counsel is about operations, in so far as they are ordained ~ 170 2, 16 | their members to these ~operations. Wherefore, properly speaking, 171 2, 31 | perceived or known. Now, in the operations of the soul, ~especially 172 2, 32 | 1]). But the objects of operations ~are knowable before the 173 2, 32 | are knowable before the operations themselves. Therefore operation 174 2, 32 | Reply OBJ 1: The objects of operations are not pleasurable save 175 2, 32 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Operations are pleasant, in so far 176 2, 32 | fatigue in our ~works. But operations through being toilsome and 177 2, 34 | pleasures result from perfect operations, as stated above. Accordingly ~ 178 2, 34 | good which result from good operations, and those are evil which ~ 179 2, 34 | evil which ~arise from evil operations," as stated in Ethic. x, 180 2, 49 | things for whose natures and ~operations several things must concur 181 2, 49 | needs to be disposed to its operations by means of ~habits.~Aquin.: 182 2, 49 | forces do not perform their ~operations by means of habits: because 183 2, 50 | Consequently, as to those operations ~which proceed from its 184 2, 50 | is required. As ~to the operations which proceed from the soul 185 2, 50 | are in proportion to their operations: whence "by like acts like 186 2, 50 | the dispositions to such ~operations are principally in the soul. 187 2, 50 | promptitude to help in the operations of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 188 2, 50 | are no habits ordained to ~operations. There are in them, however, 189 2, 50 | habits are in conformity with operations, as stated above (A[1]). 190 2, 50 | stated above (A[1]). But the ~operations of man are common to soul 191 2, 56 | Therefore in the matter of the operations of the ~irascible and concupiscible 192 2, 59 | sensitive appetite, but also the operations of the intellective ~appetite, 193 2, 59 | about passions, some about operations.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 194 2, 59 | the passions, but ~about operations, can be without passions. 195 2, 60 | virtues which are about operations, are distinct ~from those 196 2, 60 | but one moral virtue about operations?~(4) Whether there are different 197 2, 60 | Whether moral virtues about operations are different from those 198 2, 60 | into those which ~are about operations and those which are about 199 2, 60 | passions is also about ~operations, since it is an operative 200 2, 60 | a ~consequence, regulate operations also. Therefore the same 201 2, 60 | about both passions and operations.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 202 2, 60 | same virtues that are about operations are also ~about passions.~ 203 2, 60 | reckons justice to be about operations; ~and temperance, fortitude 204 2, 60 | moral virtue has ~some good operations as its product; and a certain 205 2, 60 | virtues which ~are about operations must needs differ from those 206 2, 60 | good and evil, in certain ~operations, are taken from the very 207 2, 60 | the very nature of those operations, no matter ~how man may 208 2, 60 | commensurate with someone else. In operations ~of this kind there needs 209 2, 60 | some power to regulate the operations in ~themselves: such are 210 2, 60 | and selling, and all such operations in which ~there is an element 211 2, 60 | parts are properly about operations as their proper ~matter. 212 2, 60 | the other hand, in some operations, good and evil depend only ~ 213 2, 60 | good and evil in these ~operations depend on the way in which 214 2, 60 | this reason in such like operations virtue must needs be chiefly 215 2, 60 | It happens, however, in operations which are directed to another, 216 2, 60 | For the first considers ~operations as the effect of virtue, 217 2, 60 | virtue is chiefly about operations, in others, about passions, 218 2, 60 | only one moral virtue about operations?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 219 2, 60 | one moral virtue about ~operations. Because the rectitude of 220 2, 60 | rectitude of all external operations seems to ~belong to justice. 221 2, 60 | is but ~one virtue about operations.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 222 2, 60 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, those operations seem to differ most, which 223 2, 60 | Therefore diversity of operations does not cause a diversity 224 2, 60 | moral virtues about various ~operations, diversity of moral virtues 225 2, 60 | needs follow diversity of ~operations. But this is clearly untrue: 226 2, 60 | virtues about different operations.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 227 2, 60 | both ~of which are about operations.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 228 2, 60 | moral virtues that are about operations agree in ~one general notion 229 2, 60 | this is that in external operations, the order of reason is ~ 230 2, 60 | is ~affected towards such operations, but according to the becomingness 231 2, 60 | such ~virtues as are about operations, bear, in some way, the 232 2, 60 | same kind of due in all the operations ~belonging to special justice. 233 2, 60 | so are there objects of operations. Now those moral virtues 234 2, 60 | virtues that are ~about operations, do not differ according 235 2, 60 | to the objects of those ~operations: for the buying and selling 236 2, 60 | justice," which ~is about operations, there will be eleven in 237 2, 60 | specific passion; ~because operations do not thwart reason as 238 2, 61 | something else; either into operations, and then we have ~"Justice"; 239 2, 61 | reason and put into ~our operations as something right and due, 240 2, 61 | moderating any passions or operations, so as to ~keep them within 241 2, 61 | the toil involved by any operations. To ~distinguish these four 242 2, 61 | reason) to passions ~or operations. According to the above 243 2, 64 | consists in passions or operations. If therefore we ~compare 244 2, 64 | but rather a mean between ~operations or passions. Therefore the 245 2, 64 | is that justice is about ~operations, which deal with external 246 2, 65 | which are about passions and operations, ~that are clearly related 247 2, 65 | In like manner all the ~operations that are the matter of moral 248 2, 66 | matter, because it is about operations, whereby man is set in order ~ 249 2, 67 | part to the ~passions and operations according to a certain mode: 250 2, 68 | matter about ~which their operations are: and thus, in the present 251 2, 69 | his neighbor: from ~which operations some men withdraw through 252 2, 72 | wherefore movements and operations differ ~specifically in 253 2, 77 | several; and because, in ~the operations of the soul, a certain attention 254 2, 90 | same position in regard to operations, ~as, in the speculative 255 2, 111 | they may will." But the operations of God whereby He moves 256 2, 114 | their proper movements and operations obtain that to which they ~ 257 2, 114 | good, if we supposed the ~operations equal in both cases.~Aquin.: 258 2, 22 | appoints the mean in human ~operations or passions.~Aquin.: SMT 259 2, 28 | because ~neither is it about operations, for this belongs to justice; 260 2, 42 | the virtues that regulate operations - or to ~the having of a 261 2, 45 | the mean in passions and operations, and yet does ~not make 262 2, 56 | about passions, or about operations only?~(10) Whether the mean 263 2, 56 | justice regulates ~human operations, it is evident that it renders 264 2, 56 | evident that it renders man's operations good, ~and, as Tully declares ( 265 2, 56 | means of rectifying a man's operations in ~relation to another 266 2, 56 | another man. Now such like operations cannot be rectified ~unless 267 2, 56 | disorder in the aforesaid operations: thus sexual ~lust leads 268 2, 56 | that justice is ~about operations.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 269 2, 56 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: External operations are as it were between external 270 2, 56 | Accordingly the directing of operations in ~so far as they tend 271 2, 56 | Since, however, ~external operations take their species, not 272 2, 56 | follows that, ~external operations are essentially the matter 273 2, 56 | point of their external ~operations, in so far, to wit, as " 274 2, 57 | passions and those external operations that relate to another ~ 275 2, 57 | point ~of its extending to operations that relate to another: 276 2, 58 | injustice are about external operations, ~as stated above (Q[58], 277 2, 59 | about ~certain external operations, namely distribution and 278 2, 59 | themselves of which the operations are ~the use, the matter 279 2, 77 | justice is concerned with operations and ~external things, wherein 280 2, 81 | 6) that there are ~two operations of the intellective part. 281 2, 81 | reducible to any of these operations. Therefore it is ~an operation, 282 2, 93 | cause of the free-will's ~operations. Nevertheless they can be 283 2, 93 | an ~inclination to those operations, in so far as they make 284 2, 94 | theurgic inventions," i.e. the ~operations "of the demons, so as to 285 2, 115 | every moral ~virtue is about operations and passions. Now it is 286 2, 115 | to justice to ~be about operations, as stated in Ethic. v, 287 2, 127 | about either passions or operations. Now it is not about operations, 288 2, 127 | operations. Now it is not about operations, for ~then it would be a 289 2, 127 | that power, but in such operations as are great or ~difficult: 290 2, 127 | to ordinary and ~trifling operations. Hence it is essential to 291 2, 132 | Reply OBJ 1: Justice regards operations in themselves, as viewed 292 2, 132 | magnificence regard ~sumptuary operations as related to the passions 293 2, 139 | reason appoints to human operations and passions: and this is 294 2, 139 | animals the most natural operations are those which ~preserve 295 2, 140 | introduced pleasure into the operations that are necessary for ~ 296 2, 140 | pleasures as ~result from these operations. Thus, for the sake of the 297 2, 140 | is sustained by means of operations that afford pleasure: ~wherefore 298 2, 147 | being more necessary for the operations proper to them. Now immoderate ~ 299 2, 154 | use of bodily organs. The operations of these organs ~conduce 300 2, 154 | conduce somewhat to those operations of the soul which are accomplished ~ 301 2, 158 | from justice which is about operations. Now modesty is ~seemingly 302 2, 158 | justice, which is about operations, and temperance, which is ~ 303 2, 166 | through being intent ~on the operations of reason, there results 304 2, 166 | weariness of soul, whether the operations with which it is occupied 305 2, 166 | of their own passions and operations, while sometimes they ~give 306 2, 169 | there are ~diversities of operations." For the purpose of operation 307 2, 173 | sensitive powers, whose operations would lessen the ~intentness 308 2, 173 | were abstracted from ~the operations of the vegetative soul. 309 2, 178 | by justice which is about operations, ~according to Is. 32:17, " 310 2, 178 | Wherefore if there are several operations of the ~contemplative life, 311 2, 178 | opposed to rest. Therefore the operations of the ~contemplative life 312 2, 178 | it would seem that the ~operations of contemplation are unfittingly 313 2, 178 | things, ~and since sensible operations do not take place without 314 2, 178 | is that even intelligible operations are described as movements, ~ 315 2, 178 | foremost among intelligible operations ~are described by being 316 2, 178 | Consequently, in ~intelligible operations, that which is simply uniform 317 2, 178 | movements of intellectual operations belong to the quiet of contemplation.~ 318 2, 178 | directing all the soul's operations to the simple contemplation 319 2, 181 | things pertaining to the operations of ~grace to be administered 320 2, 183 | ministries . . . and . . . of operations." ~Hence nothing hinders 321 3, 2 | alone are ~attributed the operations and the natural properties, 322 3, 4 | attributed common and ~universal operations, according to which man 323 3, 7 | need a habit for ~its own operations, since habits are rooted 324 3, 7 | dignity of this soul, whose operations ~were to attain so closely 325 3, 7 | since He ~had it for all the operations and effects of grace; and 326 3, 11 | of singulars, in ~which operations exist, as is said Ethic. 327 3, 13 | with ~regard to the natural operations of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 328 3, 15 | animal ~passion, in its operations - either in such as are 329 3, 15 | properly said to work, for operations are attributed to ~the principal 330 3, 18 | in Him ~and two natural operations." And this much it was necessary 331 3, 19 | there was one or several operations of the Godhead ~and Manhood?~( 332 3, 19 | Christ there were several operations of the human nature?~(3) 333 3, 19 | A[1], ad 2). Hence the operations of the Divine and human 334 3, 19 | things operated rather than operations. Now what ~pertains to the 335 3, 19 | unconfused, and inseparable operations in the same Lord Jesus Christ 336 3, 19 | by any confusion of the operations or ~powers of both natures, 337 3, 19 | that he understood two operations in Christ, one of the Divine 338 3, 19 | spring ~the divers species of operations, but from the unity of hypostasis ~ 339 3, 19 | species: thus ~fire has two operations specifically different, 340 3, 19 | specifically different ~operations by reason of His two natures; 341 3, 19 | nevertheless, each of the ~operations at one and the same time 342 3, 19 | nature. Hence plurality of operations is not incompatible with ~ 343 3, 19 | operation. Now both these operations concur in one work, inasmuch ~ 344 3, 19 | there are several human operations?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 345 3, 19 | there are several human operations. ~For Christ as man communicates 346 3, 19 | as other men do. Now the operations of a plant as plant and 347 3, 19 | Christ as man has several ~operations.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 348 3, 19 | therefore also ~divers operations.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 349 3, 19 | be proportioned to their ~operations. Now the human body has 350 3, 19 | consequently fitted to divers operations. Therefore in Christ there 351 3, 19 | Christ there are ~divers operations in the human nature.~Aquin.: 352 3, 19 | angry. Now between these operations there is a ~difference. 353 3, 19 | is a ~difference. For the operations of the sensitive soul are 354 3, 19 | Ethic. i, ~13). But the operations that spring from the vegetative 355 3, 19 | acts ~by its own form, the operations of the inferior and of the 356 3, 19 | hence in every mere man the operations of the elemental body and 357 3, 19 | properly human; so likewise the operations of the sensitive soul inasmuch ~ 358 3, 19 | is moved by reason, the ~operations of the sensitive and the 359 3, 19 | reason and the will; but the operations are ~many if we consider 360 3, 19 | operated rather than of ~operations, judging the unity of the 361 3, 19 | unity and plurality of operations in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 362 3, 19 | mere man certain other ~operations, which are not strictly 363 3, 19 | Even the natural and bodily operations pertained in ~some respects 364 3, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The operations of the sensitive and nutritive 365 3, 19 | above; yet in Christ these operations were more ~human than in 366 3, 19 | this way the diversity of operations corresponds to the ~divers 367 3, 19 | exclude this diversity of operations from Christ's humanity, ~ 368 3, 25 | therefore there being two operations in Christ proves, not two ~ 369 3, 27 | its manifest and complete ~operations.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 370 3, 32 | generation there are two distinct operations - that of the agent and 371 3, 46 | soul's lower powers, whose operations are but ~temporal, there 372 3, 55 | life. First of all, in the operations of the nutritive life, by ~ 373 3, 70 | apprehensive power, whose operations appear mostly in the ~head. 374 3, 72 | of the Holy Ghost, Whose operations ~are manifold, according 375 3, 75 | Reply OBJ 3: Some of the operations of bread follow it by reason 376 3, 75 | affect the senses, and such operations are found in ~the species 377 3, 75 | which remain. But some other operations follow the bread either ~ 378 3, 75 | Ps. 103:15); and such operations are found in this sacrament, 379 3, 89 | dying, ceases to have vital ~operations: for which reason, by a 380 Suppl, 12| about passions, but about operations. Since ~therefore satisfaction 381 Suppl, 12| justice is chiefly about operations, yet it is ~consequently 382 Suppl, 12| they are the causes of ~operations. Wherefore as justice curbs 383 Suppl, 29| that, Among the visible operations of the Church, some are ~ 384 Suppl, 45| instrumental ~causes are material operations deriving their efficacy 385 Suppl, 70| is evident that ~certain operations, whereof the soul's powers 386 Suppl, 70| a composite being. Some operations, however, are ~performed 387 Suppl, 70| perfecting them for their proper operations, as ~heat is the act of 388 Suppl, 70| separated soul. Now all the operations of the sensitive powers 389 Suppl, 70| moved in ~respect of such operations as seeing, feeling, and 390 Suppl, 70| the like, but that ~such operations are movements of the composite 391 Suppl, 73| resurrection: ~since the Divine operations were wrought by means of 392 Suppl, 77| accomplishment of the souls' operations, for instance the ~heart, 393 Suppl, 77| either deeds of sin or the operations of the animal life. Or we 394 Suppl, 78| Consequently those ~natural operations which are directed to cause 395 Suppl, 78| although they lack their animal operations.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 396 Suppl, 78| Reply OBJ 3: The aforesaid operations do not belong to man as 397 Suppl, 80| in respect of the other operations of ~the soul, in so far 398 Suppl, 81| Further, of all the animal operations sense surpasses movement 399 Suppl, 81| execution of all the other operations of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 400 Suppl, 90| hampers the soul in ~its operations, through the soul not perfectly


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