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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | salvation, which is in God, depends upon the knowledge of this ~ 2 1, 1 | the nobility of a science depends on the certitude it establishes. ~ 3 1, 1 | upon a ~higher; as music depends on arithmetic. But sacred 4 1, 2 | because since every effect ~depends upon its cause, if the effect 5 1, 3 | Therefore its animation ~depends upon some other thing, as 6 1, 3 | other thing, as our body depends for its animation on ~the 7 1, 6 | to knowledge, not that it depends ~on knowledge, but because 8 1, 6 | knowledge, but because knowledge depends on it. Thus it is not ~necessary 9 1, 9 | of a thing into existence depends on the will of God, so ~ 10 1, 9 | of God, so ~likewise it depends on His will that things 11 1, 16 | an intellect on which it depends as regards its essence; 12 1, 16 | intellect from which it ~depends; and thus it is that artificial 13 1, 17 | the intellect on which it depends, and to which it is compared " 14 1, 19 | on account of no cause, ~depends simply on his will. If, 15 1, 19 | besides: but the first effect depends on the ~divine will alone. 16 1, 21 | must come to something that depends only on the ~goodness of 17 1, 23 | and that under another, depends upon the ~simple will of 18 1, 23 | will of the artificer it depends ~that this stone is in part 19 1, 39 | plurality of a substantive name depends upon the form ~signified 20 1, 39 | plurality of adjectives depends upon their ~"supposita." 21 1, 46 | necessity of the effect depends on the necessity of the 22 1, 46 | since the being of the world depends on the will of God, as on 23 1, 57 | Now it is evident that it depends entirely on the will for 24 1, 57 | less can he ascertain what depends ~entirely upon God's will. 25 1, 58 | The truth of this question depends partly upon what has ~gone 26 1, 60 | Whom every ~natural good depends, is loved by everything 27 1, 62 | Therefore the degree of grace depends on God's will, ~and not 28 1, 76 | Further, the order of forms depends on their relation to primary ~ 29 1, 76 | kind of totality, which depends on logical ~and essential 30 1, 77 | that the ~operation of one depends on the operation of another. 31 1, 77 | such that the action of one depends on ~another.~Aquin.: SMT 32 1, 39 | plurality of a substantive name depends upon the form ~signified 33 1, 39 | plurality of adjectives depends upon their ~"supposita." 34 1, 47 | necessity of the effect depends on the necessity of the 35 1, 47 | the ~being of the world depends on the will of God, as on 36 1, 58 | Now it is evident that it depends entirely on the will for 37 1, 58 | less can he ascertain what depends ~entirely upon God's will. 38 1, 59 | The truth of this question depends partly upon what has ~gone 39 1, 61 | Whom every ~natural good depends, is loved by everything 40 1, 63 | Therefore the degree of grace depends on God's will, ~and not 41 1, 75 | Further, the order of forms depends on their relation to primary ~ 42 1, 75 | kind of totality, which depends on logical ~and essential 43 1, 76 | that the ~operation of one depends on the operation of another. 44 1, 76 | such that the action of one depends on ~another.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 77 | knowledge ~of these powers depends to a certain extent on the 46 1, 77 | Further, the intellect depends on the senses less than 47 1, 78 | truth about this question depends on what we have ~already 48 1, 84 | knowledge of effects always depends on the ~knowledge of principles 49 1, 90 | regards the body, for the body depends on the ~soul, and not the 50 1, 91 | general intention of ~nature depends on God, Who is the universal 51 1, 95 | sex, because ~generation depends upon diversity of sex: and 52 1, 100 | A[7]), the use of reason depends ~in a certain manner on 53 1, 102 | but not ~that order which depends on the universal cause of 54 1, 103 | when ~what is preserved depends on the preserver in such 55 1, 103 | being of every creature depends on God, so that not for 56 1, 103 | as follows: Every effect depends on its cause, so far ~as 57 1, 103 | Therefore the "being" of a house depends on the nature of these ~ 58 1, 103 | just as its "becoming" depends on the action of the builder. ~ 59 1, 103 | effect, but not ~its "being," depends on the agent.~Aquin.: SMT 60 1, 103 | as the being of an effect depends on the cause ~of its being. 61 1, 103 | the ~fact that that on it depends the other's being, as the 62 1, 103 | the being of the ~effect depends on the cause. And in both 63 1, 103 | happens also ~that an effect depends on a creature as to its 64 1, 103 | that, ~while the effect depends first and principally on 65 1, 103 | the first cause, it ~also depends in a secondary way on all 66 1, 103 | proper cause on which ~it depends; just as no effect can be 67 1, 103 | existence to a creature ~depends on His will; nor does He 68 1, 104 | OBJ 3: As universal being depends on the first universal cause, 69 1, 104 | cause, so ~determinate being depends on determinate particular 70 1, 104 | secondary principle, and depends upon the First Principle.~ 71 1, 104 | the father of a family ~depends the order of the household; 72 1, 104 | city; which order again depends on the ruler of the city; 73 1, 104 | while ~this last order depends on that of the king, by 74 1, 104 | the natural inclination depends; and this ~is not against 75 1, 104 | inclination of lower bodies depends. ~Therefore since the order 76 1, 105 | of corporeal substances depends on the will ~of God, so 77 1, 106 | manifestation, however, of what depends on the will of the one who ~ 78 1, 106 | therefore enlightenment, which ~depends on the principle which is 79 1, 106 | the truth, or of ~whatever depends on the created will; because 80 1, 107 | knowledge ~of a conclusion depends on all the preceding middle 81 1, 107 | angels, their knowledge depends on the light ~of the superior 82 1, 107 | perfects is ~from grace which depends on the liberality of God, 83 1, 118 | answer that, This question depends in some way on what has 84 2, 2 | other hand, man's ~good depends on God's knowledge as its 85 2, 2 | therefore man's ~beatitude depends, as on its cause, on the 86 2, 2 | principle ~from which it depends; because the higher a cause 87 2, 2 | though the being of the body depends on the soul, yet the being 88 2, 2 | being of the ~human soul depends not on the body, as shown 89 2, 3 | intellective ~operation depends on the sensitive: since " 90 2, 4 | can be had in this life, depends, in a way, on the body. 91 2, 4 | way. ~For since operation depends on a thing's nature, the 92 2, 7 | worse: and this diversity depends on circumstances, as we ~ 93 2, 7 | the substance of the act ~depends, is not a circumstance; 94 2, 7 | act the substantial ~form depends on the object and term or 95 2, 9 | way of relation; hence it depends on both ~extremes. And hence 96 2, 11 | an act: but on the agent depends the manner of ~acting, so 97 2, 14 | thing is possible to us, depends on what we are able or unable 98 2, 17 | uses a corporeal organ, depends not ~only on a power of 99 2, 17 | thus the act of vision depends on the power of sight, ~ 100 2, 17 | of the sensitive appetite depends not ~only on the appetitive 101 2, 18 | action, as ~of other things, depends on its fulness of being 102 2, 18 | things the being of which depends on something ~else, and 103 2, 18 | to the cause on which it depends. Now just as the being of 104 2, 18 | as the being of a ~thing depends on the agent, and the form, 105 2, 18 | the goodness of a thing ~depends on its end. Hence in the 106 2, 18 | things, the goodness of which depends on ~something else, have 107 2, 18 | moral or human; ~since this depends on the reason. Hence it 108 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on the subject?~(2) Whether 109 2, 19 | subject?~(2) Whether it depends on the object alone?~(3) 110 2, 19 | object alone?~(3) Whether it depends on reason?~(4) Whether it 111 2, 19 | on reason?~(4) Whether it depends on the eternal law?~(5) 112 2, 19 | in regard to the means, depends on ~the intention of the 113 2, 19 | goodness or malice in the will depends on the ~degree of good or 114 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on its conformity to the 115 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on the object? ~Aquin.: 116 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on the object alone?~Aquin.: 117 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends ~not only on the object, 118 2, 19 | goodness of the will's act depends on that ~one thing alone, 119 2, 19 | accidentally, in so far as one end depends on another, and one act 120 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on reason?~Aquin.: SMT FS 121 2, 19 | of the ~practical reason depends on the goodness of the will, 122 2, 19 | the goodness of the will ~depends on its being subject to 123 2, 19 | the goodness of the will ~depends properly on the object. 124 2, 19 | the ~goodness of the will depends on reason, in the same way 125 2, 19 | reason, in the same way as it depends on ~the object.~Aquin.: 126 2, 19 | rectitude of ~the reason depends on its conformity with the 127 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on the eternal law?~Aquin.: 128 2, 19 | will, on which its goodness depends, ~is right reason. Therefore 129 2, 19 | goodness of the human will depends.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 130 2, 19 | the goodness ~of our will depends.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 131 2, 19 | the ~goodness of the will depends on the eternal law.~Aquin.: 132 2, 19 | one ~another, the effect depends more on the first than on 133 2, 19 | goodness of the human will depends on ~the eternal law much 134 2, 19 | goodness or malice of the will ~depends; not indeed on account of 135 2, 19 | excuses." Now this question ~depends on what has been said above 136 2, 19 | will, as regards the means, depends on the ~intention of the 137 2, 19 | the ~goodness of the will depends on the object alone. But 138 2, 19 | the ~goodness of the will depends on the intention of the 139 2, 19 | the goodness of the will ~depends on the goodness of the thing 140 2, 19 | goodness or malice in the will depends on the ~degree of good or 141 2, 19 | of goodness in the will depends on ~the degree of good in 142 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on its conformity to the 143 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends on its conformity to the 144 2, 19 | the goodness of the will depends ~on the intention of the 145 2, 20 | malice of the external action depends ~on the goodness of the 146 2, 20 | malice of the external action depends on ~the goodness of the 147 2, 20 | of the ~external action depends on the will.~Aquin.: SMT 148 2, 20 | of the order to the end, depends entirely on the ~will: while 149 2, 20 | matter or circumstances, ~depends on the reason: and on this 150 2, 20 | reason: and on this goodness depends the goodness of the ~will, 151 2, 21 | malice of a human action depends, before all, on the intention 152 2, 21 | goodness of a human ~action depends principally on the Eternal 153 2, 21 | that its merit or ~demerit depends on the recompense for justice 154 2, 22 | thing possessed of light depends on its ~approach to something 155 2, 22 | relate to defect, intensity depends, not on approach to something ~ 156 2, 22 | 2: Intensity of passion depends not only on the power of 157 2, 24 | evil in them, since this depends on the reason, as stated 158 2, 24 | judgment of reason, on which ~depends the goodness of a moral 159 2, 24 | Further, just as moral evil depends on its relation to reason, 160 2, 24 | goodness of the moral act depends, ~they diminish the goodness 161 2, 31 | fact that virtue's good depends on ~fittingness in relation 162 2, 33 | For every ~human operation depends on the use of reason. But 163 2, 34 | good. But the pleasant depends on agreement with the appetite, 164 2, 34 | in the moral order which depends on the ~order of reason.~ 165 2, 34 | Moral goodness or malice depends chiefly on the will, as ~ 166 2, 34 | the goodness of a thing depends on its ~end. And thus, in 167 2, 36 | perfect being of a thing depends. Hence neither does ~the 168 2, 42 | or for ever: its goodness depends on its very nature.~ 169 2, 52 | solution of this question depends on what we have ~said above ( 170 2, 52 | But since use of habits depends on the will, as was shown 171 2, 54 | in ~Poster. i, text. 5, depends on the mean. And consequently 172 2, 56 | love simply: but that it ~depends in some way on love, in 173 2, 56 | on love, in so far as it depends on the will, whose ~first 174 2, 56 | moves through ~being moved, depends on its conformity with the 175 2, 57 | it is ~thus that science depends on understanding as on a 176 2, 57 | the good of these things depends, not on man's ~appetitive 177 2, 57 | 2], ad ~2) that science depends on and presupposes understanding, 178 2, 57 | regard to the ends: and this depends on ~the rectitude of his 179 2, 57 | the ~speculative intellect depends on conformity between the 180 2, 57 | the practical intellect depends on conformity with right 181 2, 58 | former case our judgment depends on reason alone. Hence art 182 2, 59 | 3: The good of anything depends on the condition of its ~ 183 2, 60 | appetite, as of any ~thing, depends on its specific form which 184 2, 60 | The perfection of a virtue depends on the reason; whereas ~ 185 2, 60 | perfection of a passion depends on the sensitive appetite. ~ 186 2, 64 | the mean of moral virtue depends on the appetite being ~ruled 187 2, 64 | 1]), the mean of virtue depends on ~conformity with virtue' 188 2, 65 | principles; even as prudence depends on the moral virtues, as 189 2, 65 | prudence, yet prudence ~depends on charity, as stated: and 190 2, 65 | Reply OBJ 1: Moral virtue depends on prudence: and not even 191 2, 66 | indemonstrable principles ~depends on the meaning of the terms: 192 2, 71 | conformity of measure in a thing depends on a rule, from which if 193 2, 73 | Whether the gravity of sin depends on its object?~(4) Whether 194 2, 73 | its object?~(4) Whether it depends on the excellence of the 195 2, 73 | Whether the gravity of sins depends on their causes?~(7) Whether 196 2, 73 | their causes?~(7) Whether it depends on their circumstances?~( 197 2, 73 | circumstances?~(8) Whether it depends on how much harm ensues?~( 198 2, 73 | difference of ~gravity in sins depends on their objects. Thus it 199 2, 73 | the ~form of a moral act depends on the end, as was shown 200 2, 73 | Whether the gravity of sins depends on the excellence of the 201 2, 73 | Whether the gravity of a sin depends on its cause?~Aquin.: SMT 202 2, 75 | is lessened, since this depends on the act being voluntary 203 2, 82 | disposition, unity of species depends on the cause, while the 204 2, 85 | being and every good as such depends on its form ~from which 205 2, 86 | 3: Further, every effect depends on its cause. Now the cause 206 2, 95 | wherefore the force of a law depends on ~the extent of its justice. 207 2, 95 | discipline. For human discipline depends on first on ~the order of 208 2, 95 | saying "just": secondly, it ~depends on the ability of the agent; 209 2, 95 | heed to others: thirdly, it depends on ~certain circumstances, 210 2, 96 | the judgment of conscience depends chiefly on the ~commandments 211 2, 102 | magnificence of a house depends on its being well lighted. 212 2, 105 | ordering ~of the people depends mostly on the chief ruler." 213 2, 105 | beautiful ordering of a people depends on the right ~establishment 214 2, 109 | created being whatsoever depends upon God in two ways: first, ~ 215 2, 110 | these three the ~second depends on the first, since one 216 2, 110 | answer that, This question depends on the preceding. For if 217 2, 114 | viz. because man's ~merit depends on the Divine pre-ordination. 218 2, 114 | the value of its ~merit depends upon the power of the Holy 219 2, 114 | And the worth of the work depends on ~the dignity of grace, 220 2, 114 | even inasmuch as merit depends ~on voluntariness, merit 221 2, 114 | the reason of this merit depends on the motion of Divine ~ 222 2, 114 | justice; and not that it depends on ~justice by way of merit, 223 2, 114 | fall under merit, since it ~depends solely on the Divine motion, 224 2, 2 | act of any power or habit depends on the relation of ~that 225 2, 2 | above (FS, Q[60], A[5]) depends on the relation ~of the 226 2, 3 | necessity for salvation depends on how it falls under an 227 2, 5 | Praedest. Sanct. v) that "faith depends on the believer's will": 228 2, 5 | the species of every habit depends on the ~formal aspect of 229 2, 6 | OBJ 3: Further, that which depends on a man's will can be acquired 230 2, 6 | acquired by ~him. But "faith depends on the believer's will," 231 2, 8 | consideration of which movement ~depends on a true apprehension of 232 2, 10 | the specific difference depends not on material but on ~ 233 2, 10 | believe, because to ~believe depends on the will: nevertheless 234 2, 12 | however, the ~gravity of a sin depends on the intention of the 235 2, 16 | passions, the mean of virtue depends on right reason ~being attained, 236 2, 16 | too, the good of virtue depends on a man's attaining, by 237 2, 22 | Now the efficacy of a form depends ~on the power of the agent, 238 2, 22 | but because every virtue depends on it ~in a way, as we shall 239 2, 22 | Since good, in human acts, depends on their being ~regulated 240 2, 23 | defect in our knowledge which depends on sensible things, ~so 241 2, 23 | The quantity of a thing depends on the proper cause of ~ 242 2, 23 | stated ~above (A[2]) it depends, not on any natural virtue, 243 2, 23 | the quantity of charity ~depends neither on the condition 244 2, 23 | quantity: and the latter depends not only on the number of 245 2, 23 | safe-keeping ~of a thing depends on its cause, and the cause 246 2, 23 | being an infused habit, depends on the action of God ~Who 247 2, 25 | power, whose operation ~depends on the thing known being 248 2, 25 | common good of the state depends; hence to him before ~all, 249 2, 25 | the quantity of any action depends in some way on the ~subject. 250 2, 25 | find a principle, order depends on relation to that principle.~ 251 2, 25 | the love of our neighbor, depends on his relation to God, 252 2, 30 | The merit of an almsgiver depends on that in which the will ~ 253 2, 31 | whatever is directed to the end depends on the formal aspect of 254 2, 39 | a mortal sin; and this ~depends on his intention and on 255 2, 42 | whether spiritual or corporal depends ~on the heart. Therefore 256 2, 45 | good disposition of parts depends on their ~relation to the 257 2, 45 | as the ~latter's command depends on knowledge which may be 258 2, 49 | of ~love, desire and joy depends on the same, wherefore all 259 2, 51 | right reason of prudence depends. Wherefore, if this ~should 260 2, 51 | which a right judgment ~depends. It is therefore evident 261 2, 55 | as to its proper ~object, depends on its relation to the agent 262 2, 55 | answer that, Right or just depends on commensuration with another ~ 263 2, 57 | i.e. ~the temperate thing, depends entirely on proportion to 264 2, 57 | For a man's ~ownership depends on his will, so there is 265 2, 58 | one who judges, on which depends his ~aptness for judging 266 2, 59 | proportion," ~wherein equality depends not on quantity but on proportion. 267 2, 59 | wherefore the mean, ~in justice, depends on the diversity of things.~ 268 2, 66 | OBJ 2: Further, every duty depends on charity which is "the 269 2, 67 | authority of an ordinary judge ~depends, not on the consent of those 270 2, 70 | and this signification depends on ~the speaker's inward 271 2, 70 | sin of railing or reviling depends on the ~intention of the 272 2, 71 | For the origin of a sin depends on its inclination to an 273 2, 71 | whereas the gravity of a sin ~depends on what it turns away from.~ 274 2, 75 | mathematical precision, but depends on a kind of estimate, so 275 2, 75 | price than a slave; but it depends on their usefulness ~to 276 2, 76 | the nature of this debt depends more on the ~feeling with 277 2, 77 | justice, if the thing due ~depends on Divine or human law; 278 2, 77 | that, The gravity of a sin depends on its remoteness from ~ 279 2, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Prayer depends chiefly on faith, not for 280 2, 81 | meriting, because thus it depends chiefly on charity, but 281 2, 81 | impetrative, because merit depends on justice, whereas impetration ~ 282 2, 83 | determination of those signs depends on man's pleasure.~Aquin.: 283 2, 86 | act of ~virtue; and this depends on its being done with due 284 2, 86 | him, either because it ~depends on another's decision, as 285 2, 86 | which a thing is solemnized depends on its ~nature [conditio]: 286 2, 86 | to do as he will, but it depends on the ~will of the other. 287 2, 86 | something to anyone ~it depends on his decision whether 288 2, 90 | meaning. For its ~etymology depends on what it is taken from 289 2, 90 | signification: whereas its meaning depends on the thing to which it 290 2, 96 | Jacobi; Serm. clxxx): "It depends how the assertion proceeds 291 2, 104 | can. For since kindness depends on the heart rather than 292 2, 104 | deed, so ~too gratitude depends chiefly the heart. Hence 293 2, 104 | reply, repayment of a favor ~depends chiefly on the affection 294 2, 104 | consent. But a moral debt depends on the equity of the debtor: 295 2, 104 | that repayment of a favor depends more on the disposition ~ 296 2, 104 | Reply OBJ 1: Every moral act depends on the will. Hence a kindly 297 2, 107 | since rectitude of life depends on conformity to that law. ~ 298 2, 109 | the act, and this species depends on that act's ~proper object. 299 2, 114 | opposition of virtues to vices depends, not on ~their causes, since 300 2, 115 | A[1], ad 3), liberality depends not on the ~quantity given, 301 2, 116 | moral debt, which latter depends on the rule of ~reason.~ 302 2, 120 | the goodness of ~the will depends on its object, which is 303 2, 121 | praise awarded to fortitude ~depends somewhat on justice. Hence 304 2, 131 | between vice and virtue depends rather ~on their respective 305 2, 135 | secondary to principal virtues depends not ~only on the matter [* 306 2, 136 | opposition of vices ~to virtues depends, not on their cause, but 307 2, 139 | wherefore their moderation depends on the moderation of the ~ 308 2, 139 | Whether the rule of temperance depends on the need of the present 309 2, 139 | requirements of life, and this depends not only on the requirements 310 2, 139 | the ~good of moral virtue depends on reason. But temperance 311 2, 140 | voluntary, in cowardice, depends rather on a general ~than 312 2, 140 | regards ~shamefulness, which depends chiefly on the unbecomingness 313 2, 142 | arduous evil. For that which depends on the will alone does not 314 2, 146 | First ~and foremost it depends on the matter in which the 315 2, 146 | Secondly, ~the gravity of a sin depends on the person who sins, 316 2, 147 | altogether from wine, and this depends on circumstances of ~certain 317 2, 150 | accorded a virtuous man depends on his ~virtue. If, then, 318 2, 151 | 2]), the ~mean of virtue depends not on quantity but on conformity 319 2, 151 | external sense, as this depends on the disposition of the 320 2, 152 | of a sin. For every sin ~depends on the judgment of reason, 321 2, 152 | therefore since the one depends on the other, ~consanguinity 322 2, 152 | OBJ 4: Gravity of a sin depends more on the abuse of a thing 323 2, 155 | secondary to principal virtues depends on ~the mode of virtue, 324 2, 161 | the gravity of a sin depends on the ~species rather than 325 2, 169 | pertinent to that science depends; wherefore to have ~the 326 2, 170 | natural disposition, which depends on the perfection of a man' 327 2, 170 | previous disposition, but ~depends on the will alone of the 328 2, 171 | formed by the human mind, it depends on the power of ~the intellectual 329 2, 171 | as to the ~judgment which depends on the inflow of intellectual 330 2, 186 | religious order and another depends chiefly on the end, and 331 2, 186 | religious order over another depends ~chiefly on their ends, 332 2, 186 | religious order over another ~depends secondarily, not on the 333 2, 187 | enter religion, since this depends on the ~consent of those 334 2, 187 | your God," says: "To vow depends on the will: but after the 335 2, 187 | religious life, which excellence depends, as stated above (Q[188], 336 3, 2 | relation, as of motion, depends on ~the subject. And since 337 3, 6 | is ~in being it no longer depends on it, just as a friendship 338 3, 6 | Reply OBJ 1: Human flesh depends upon the soul for its being; 339 3, 6 | in personal being, which depends not on ~any habit, but on 340 3, 10 | OBJ 3: Further, the extent depends on the number of things 341 3, 10 | The extent of knowledge depends not merely on the number 342 3, 10 | perfection of knowledge ~depends upon the medium of knowing; 343 3, 10 | part of the thing known, ~depends on the medium; but as regards 344 3, 10 | as regards the knower, it depends on the power ~or habit. 345 3, 12 | the extent of knowledge depends on the things knowable. ~ 346 3, 18 | the goodness of the means ~depends on something else. Hence 347 3, 19 | beatitude, since fruition depends ~upon it. Hence it does 348 3, 22 | Himself, on Whom their glory depends, as ~is written (Apoc. 21: 349 3, 24 | OBJ 2: Further, that which depends on the simple will of God 350 3, 24 | Now, our predestination depends on the simple ~will of God, 351 3, 35 | his father or his mother, depends, in a way, on him: because 352 3, 35 | the Son of God the ~Father depends not on His Mother, because 353 3, 35 | because nothing eternal depends on what ~is temporal. Therefore 354 3, 38 | that the virtue of baptism depends on faith. But the form of ~ 355 3, 46 | OBJ 3: Even this justice depends on the Divine will, requiring ~ 356 3, 59 | or punishment of the body depends upon ~the reward or punishment 357 3, 65 | them. But the Eucharist depends on Baptism: since no one ~ 358 3, 66 | Now although the effect ~depends on the first cause, the 359 3, 69 | Augustine says (Ep. xcviii), "depends on the will ~of the believer": 360 3, 69 | and in like manner charity depends on the will of the ~lover. 361 3, 69 | yet by ~that faith which depends on the will of the believer, 362 3, 75 | book De Causis, an effect depends more on ~the first cause 363 3, 76 | under them, not ~because it depends on them, but because the 364 3, 77 | power: for since an effect ~depends more upon the first cause 365 3, 77 | action of an accidental form depends upon the action of ~a substantial 366 3, 77 | as the being of accident depends upon ~the being of substance; 367 3, 77 | substantial or accidental form depends upon God as the ~first agent.~ 368 3, 85 | order of nature, which order depends on the order of their ~acts, 369 3, 86 | cannot be, since every defect depends on its cause. Now ~forgiveness 370 Suppl, 3 | appetite, the ~degree of sorrow depends on the disposition of the 371 Suppl, 4 | Reply OBJ 5: Satisfaction depends on the punishment appointed, 372 Suppl, 6 | or it may ~not, and this depends on the cause of the delay, 373 Suppl, 17| sacrament, which ~power depends on the keys. As to this 374 Suppl, 18| fixed minister on whom it depends ~necessarily, and then the 375 Suppl, 25| sacramental, and its effect ~depends on a man's decision. The 376 Suppl, 25| remitted by an indulgence depends on the will of the one who 377 Suppl, 29| the oneness of a thing depends on its matter and form, 378 Suppl, 36| of Christ. The second act depends on the first, ~but not conversely. 379 Suppl, 37| consequently the number ~of Orders depends on this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 380 Suppl, 37| the cross. Moreover, this depends on the customs of ~Churches, 381 Suppl, 40| but as to the second, it depends on a higher ~and that a 382 Suppl, 40| without certain ordinances, depends on the power that makes 383 Suppl, 40| But the episcopal power depends on ~the priestly power, 384 Suppl, 52| Further, the being of a thing depends on the form more than on ~ 385 Suppl, 54| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Likeness depends more on form whereby a thing 386 Suppl, 65| concubine. And again it ~depends how a person makes use of 387 Suppl, 71| the impetration of prayer depends on the ~liberality of God 388 Suppl, 71| can profit him, and this depends not on the person ~for whom 389 Suppl, 71| evident that this question depends on ~the first; and, moreover, 390 Suppl, 71| person prayed: and its effect depends on ~both. Consequently though 391 Suppl, 71| The reply to this question depends on that which is given ~ 392 Suppl, 72| and the effect of prayer depends very ~much on one's devotion. 393 Suppl, 72| impetration of a prayer depends on the liberality of the ~ 394 Suppl, 80| Now this distinct being ~depends on the essential principles 395 Suppl, 90| distinction of degrees in glory depends on ~the degrees of charity 396 Suppl, 91| Further, perfection of vision depends on the perfection of the ~ 397 Suppl, 93| since the body's reward depends on the soul's, these ~explanations 398 Suppl, 93| necessity, ~since all merit depends on the will. But some are


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