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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | divine ~causality, goodness precedes being. Again, according 2 1, 5 | together with all that precedes and follows upon that form. ~ 3 1, 9 | I answer that, From what precedes, it is shown that God is 4 1, 16 | that knowledge naturally precedes appetite. Hence, since the 5 1, 21 | account of something that precedes. And since we cannot ~go 6 1, 23 | and so election ~in us precedes love. In God, however, it 7 1, 23 | Thus it is clear that love ~precedes election in the order of 8 1, 23 | of reason, and election precedes ~predestination. Whence 9 1, 25 | knowledge and will of God ~precedes the consideration of His 10 1, 25 | His power, as the cause precedes the ~operation and effect.~ 11 1, 26 | understanding, divine beatitude precedes the act of the ~will at 12 1, 30 | that, It follows from what precedes that there are several ~ 13 1, 30 | division, which ~logically precedes one or multitude. Multitude 14 1, 33 | the intellect the common precedes the ~particular. But this 15 1, 40 | it seems ~that generation precedes paternity in the order of 16 1, 40 | the passive sense, simply ~precedes the personal properties 17 1, 40 | notional act of spiration precedes, in the order of ~intelligence, 18 1, 40 | order of intelligence, it precedes filiation, even as constituting ~ 19 1, 41 | This appears from what precedes and from what ~follows as 20 1, 42 | as no one of them either precedes in ~eternity, or excels 21 1, 42 | happen otherwise. From what precedes (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], AA[ 22 1, 45 | anything is made, ~its becoming precedes its having been made. But 23 1, 45 | glance, according to ~what precedes (A[1]), that to create can 24 1, 46 | by motion, of ~necessity precedes its effect in time; because 25 1, 47 | one, as appears from what precedes (Q[11], A[4]). Therefore 26 1, 48 | pain; because temptation precedes the fault, and the pain 27 1, 49 | that, It appears from what precedes that there is no one first ~ 28 1, 53 | But a process of changing precedes every actual change: ~consequently 29 1, 53 | throughout the whole ~time which precedes the last 'now'; as was already 30 1, 60 | what belongs to that which precedes, has always the nature of 31 1, 63 | others sinning. For the cause precedes the effect. But, as ~Damascene 32 1, 66 | of nature ~formlessness precedes form in time. It does so, 33 1, 66 | OBJ 4: Further, movement precedes time, and therefore should 34 1, 68 | the firmament ~naturally precedes the earth and the waters, 35 1, 69 | formlessness of matter precedes its formation, and one form 36 1, 70 | heavenly bodies. Now, cause precedes effect in the order of nature. 37 1, 70 | what is such of itself precedes that which ~is by another. 38 1, 74 | of the light at evening precedes ~the termination of the 39 1, 76 | substantial ~form in the body precedes the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP 40 1, 77 | are distinguished by what ~precedes. But the Philosopher says ( 41 1, 40 | it seems ~that generation precedes paternity in the order of 42 1, 40 | the passive sense, simply ~precedes the personal properties 43 1, 40 | notional act of spiration precedes, in the order of ~intelligence, 44 1, 40 | order of intelligence, it precedes filiation, even as constituting ~ 45 1, 41 | This appears from what precedes and from what ~follows as 46 1, 42 | as no one of them either precedes in ~eternity, or excels 47 1, 42 | happen otherwise. From what precedes (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], AA[ 48 1, 46 | anything is made, ~its becoming precedes its having been made. But 49 1, 46 | glance, according to ~what precedes (A[1]), that to create can 50 1, 47 | by motion, of ~necessity precedes its effect in time; because 51 1, 48 | one, as appears from what precedes (Q[11], A[4]). Therefore 52 1, 49 | pain; because temptation precedes the fault, and the pain 53 1, 50 | that, It appears from what precedes that there is no one first ~ 54 1, 54 | But a process of changing precedes every actual change: ~consequently 55 1, 54 | throughout the whole ~time which precedes the last 'now'; as was already 56 1, 61 | what belongs to that which precedes, has always the nature of 57 1, 64 | others sinning. For the cause precedes the effect. But, as ~Damascene 58 1, 67 | of nature ~formlessness precedes form in time. It does so, 59 1, 67 | OBJ 4: Further, movement precedes time, and therefore should 60 1, 69 | the firmament ~naturally precedes the earth and the waters, 61 1, 70 | formlessness of matter precedes its formation, and one form 62 1, 71 | heavenly bodies. Now, cause precedes effect in the order of nature. 63 1, 71 | what is such of itself precedes that which ~is by another. 64 1, 73 | of the light at evening precedes ~the termination of the 65 1, 75 | substantial ~form in the body precedes the soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 1, 76 | are distinguished by what ~precedes. But the Philosopher says ( 67 1, 81 | of ~the soul: for sense precedes the intellect, which is 68 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: What precedes in order of generation and 69 1, 81 | same thing potentiality precedes act, and ~imperfection precedes 70 1, 81 | precedes act, and ~imperfection precedes perfection. But what precedes 71 1, 81 | precedes perfection. But what precedes absolutely and in the ~order 72 1, 81 | more perfect: for thus act precedes potentiality. And ~in this 73 1, 81 | in this way the intellect precedes the will, as the motive 74 1, 81 | will, as the motive power precedes ~the thing movable, and 75 1, 81 | movable, and as the active precedes the passive; for good which ~ 76 1, 81 | For what ~moves excels and precedes what is moved, because what 77 1, 81 | the intellect ~excels and precedes the will, as we have said 78 1, 84 | Further, the composition precedes the simple in relation to 79 1, 84 | knowledge of the more common precedes the knowledge of the ~less 80 1, 93 | before ~imperfection, as act precedes potentiality; for whatever 81 1, 94 | consummated. But in man grace precedes glory. ~Therefore much more 82 1, 94 | can be proved from what precedes. For ~it was shown above ( 83 2, 3 | in moving, but knowledge ~precedes love in attaining: for " 84 2, 4 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, what precedes does not depend on what 85 2, 4 | operation of the intellect precedes the operation of the will. 86 2, 4 | certain act of the will precedes a certain act of the ~intellect. 87 2, 6 | respect, inasmuch as ~it precedes the movement of the will 88 2, 8 | And ~sometimes this act precedes the other in time; for example 89 2, 10 | itself, which is from nature, precedes volition, which is from 90 2, 13 | that, in a sense, reason precedes the will ~and ordains its 91 2, 14 | 1/1 - OF COUNSEL, WHICH PRECEDES CHOICE (SIX ARTICLES)~We 92 2, 14 | order. Since then, the past precedes the present, and the ~present 93 2, 14 | present, and the ~present precedes the future, it seems that 94 2, 14 | And ~if this principle precedes both in knowledge and in 95 2, 14 | effects. But ~if that which precedes in knowledge is later in 96 2, 14 | counsel is the end, which precedes indeed in intention, ~but 97 2, 15 | what follows. ~But consent precedes the accomplished act. If 98 2, 16 | apprehensive power that precedes them, greater excellence ~ 99 2, 16 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether use precedes choice?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 100 2, 16 | It would seem that use precedes choice. For nothing follows 101 2, 16 | it belongs to the will, precedes ~execution. Therefore it 102 2, 16 | execution. Therefore it precedes choice also. ~Aquin.: SMT 103 2, 16 | 2: Further, the absolute precedes the relative. Therefore 104 2, 16 | Therefore the less ~relative precedes the more relative. But choice 105 2, 16 | end only. Therefore use precedes choice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 106 2, 16 | in consent. But consent precedes ~choice as stated above ( 107 2, 16 | the end. In this sense use precedes choice.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 108 2, 16 | execution of the work, ~precedes execution, but follows choice. 109 2, 16 | Indeed, the more ~a cause precedes, the more numerous the effects 110 2, 16 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Choice precedes use, if they be referred 111 2, 16 | ordained to that ~which precedes, precede also.~ 112 2, 17 | that the act of the reason precedes the act of the will, ~and 113 2, 17 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether use precedes command?~Aquin.: SMT FS 114 2, 17 | It would seem that use precedes command. For command is 115 2, 17 | the will. ~Therefore use precedes command.~Aquin.: SMT FS 116 2, 17 | Therefore ~it seems that use precedes command.~Aquin.: SMT FS 117 2, 17 | kind of use. Now the common precedes the ~proper. Therefore use 118 2, 17 | the ~proper. Therefore use precedes command.~Aquin.: SMT FS 119 2, 17 | that impulse to ~action precedes use. But impulse to operation 120 2, 17 | command. ~Therefore command precedes use.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] 121 2, 17 | referring this to the end, precedes choice, as stated ~above ( 122 2, 17 | given: for it naturally ~precedes its fulfilment, sometimes, 123 2, 17 | is evident that command precedes use.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] 124 2, 17 | Not every act of the will precedes this act of the reason ~ 125 2, 17 | but an act of the will precedes, viz. choice; and an ~act 126 2, 17 | from the fact that command precedes, rather than that ~it follows 127 2, 17 | the ~purpose of command, precedes the command; so also we 128 2, 17 | distinct. But command naturally precedes the ~commanded act. Therefore 129 2, 17 | Thus the soul, in a way, ~precedes the body; and the heart, 130 2, 17 | because the act of the will precedes the act ~of reason commanding, 131 2, 17 | commanded, this command will be precedes by another act of the ~reason, 132 2, 17 | Now the condition that precedes, is not subject to the ~ 133 2, 19 | accompanying'] it. The intention precedes the act of the will ~causally, 134 2, 20 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The end precedes in the order of intention, 135 2, 20 | generation, although it precedes it in the order of nature: ~ 136 2, 20 | in the active cause, it precedes in every way. Now ~the will 137 2, 24 | that tends to evil, and precedes the judgment of ~reason, 138 2, 25 | OBJ 2: Further, the mover precedes that which is moved. But 139 2, 25 | therefore, the absolute good precedes the restricted good, ~it 140 2, 25 | concupiscible faculty: thus hope precedes joy, and hence causes it, ~ 141 2, 25 | that we feared: while it precedes ~the movement of anger; 142 2, 25 | absolutely, it ~naturally precedes the object of the irascible, 143 2, 25 | irascible, as the common precedes ~the proper.~Aquin.: SMT 144 2, 25 | desired. ~Therefore desire precedes love.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] 145 2, 25 | OBJ 3: Further, the cause precedes its effect. But pleasure 146 2, 25 | 3,4). Therefore pleasure precedes love; and consequently love 147 2, 25 | faculty. Now good naturally precedes evil; since evil is privation 148 2, 25 | that is to say, ~each precedes its contrary passion: because 149 2, 25 | Accordingly in this ~order, love precedes desire, and desire precedes 150 2, 25 | precedes desire, and desire precedes pleasure. But in the ~order 151 2, 25 | such a union. ~This union precedes the movement of desire.~ 152 2, 25 | causes love, in so far as it precedes love in the ~order of intention.~ 153 2, 25 | 1]), it seems that anger precedes and surpasses hope.~Aquin.: 154 2, 25 | movement of ~withdrawal precedes the movement of approach. 155 2, 25 | the first, the more it ~precedes others. But hope is nearer 156 2, 25 | or aptitude ~to the end precedes the achievement of the end; 157 2, 25 | and fear: yet so that hope precedes despair; since hope is a ~ 158 2, 25 | being a movement ~from evil, precedes daring. And that hope and 159 2, 25 | ii, 5: yet so that love precedes hatred; desire precedes 160 2, 25 | precedes hatred; desire precedes aversion; ~hope precedes 161 2, 25 | precedes aversion; ~hope precedes despair; fear precedes daring; 162 2, 25 | hope precedes despair; fear precedes daring; and joy precedes 163 2, 25 | precedes daring; and joy precedes sadness, as ~may be gathered 164 2, 28 | apprehension of the reason precedes the movement of ~love. Consequently, 165 2, 29 | the cause of that which ~precedes. But hatred precedes love, 166 2, 29 | which ~precedes. But hatred precedes love, seemingly: since hatred 167 2, 29 | while, ~in reality, one precedes, and causes the other; e.g. 168 2, 29 | turning away from one term ~precedes the turning towards the 169 2, 29 | execution. Wherefore love ~precedes hatred: because each is 170 2, 34 | generation. But pleasure precedes them in the order of the 171 2, 40 | from ~this belief which precedes in the cognitive power, 172 2, 40 | from the knowledge that precedes it, as an effect ~from a 173 2, 40 | certainty of the knowledge that precedes it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] 174 2, 40 | the soul. Therefore love ~precedes hope, and consequently hope 175 2, 40 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, desire precedes hope. But desire is caused 176 2, 40 | is loved. Therefore love precedes hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] 177 2, 45 | yet ~avoidance of evil precedes avoidance of good; just 178 2, 45 | as the pursuit of good ~precedes the pursuit of evil. Consequently 179 2, 45 | Consequently just as hope precedes daring, ~so fear precedes 180 2, 45 | precedes daring, ~so fear precedes despair. And just as fear 181 2, 48 | Reply OBJ 3: Pleasure that precedes hinders sorrow from ensuing, 182 2, 48 | increase of the grief that precedes, ~anger is increased also.~ 183 2, 49 | to nature. And as nature precedes action, to which power is ~ 184 2, 51 | noble than the act which precedes the habit; as is clear ~ 185 2, 51 | be caused by an act which precedes the habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS 186 2, 51 | Reply OBJ 3: The act which precedes the habit, in so far as 187 2, 58 | Because perfection of what precedes does not depend on the ~ 188 2, 58 | what follows. Now reason precedes and moves the sensitive ~ 189 2, 58 | as apprehending the end, precedes the appetite for ~the end: 190 2, 58 | but appetite for the end precedes the reason, as arguing about ~ 191 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith precedes hope, and hope charity?~ 192 2, 62 | virtues is not ~that faith precedes hope, and hope charity. 193 2, 62 | hope charity. For the root precedes that ~which grows from it. 194 2, 62 | charity." Therefore ~charity precedes the others.~Aquin.: SMT 195 2, 62 | Therefore it seems that faith precedes ~charity, and charity hope.~ 196 2, 62 | charity, which is love, precedes ~hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 197 2, 62 | respect of which matter precedes ~form, and the imperfect 198 2, 62 | form, and the imperfect precedes the perfect, in one same 199 2, 62 | one same subject faith ~precedes hope, and hope charity, 200 2, 62 | order of generation, ~faith precedes hope and charity. In like 201 2, 62 | order of ~generation, hope precedes charity as regards their 202 2, 62 | order of perfection, charity precedes faith and hope: because ~ 203 2, 62 | regard to this, love always precedes hope: for good is never ~ 204 2, 62 | With regard to ~this, hope precedes love at first; though afterwards 205 2, 65 | charity." Now the begetter precedes the begotten, and can be ~ 206 2, 68 | ways in which one thing precedes another. One ~is in order 207 2, 68 | dignity, as love of God precedes love of ~our neighbor: and 208 2, 68 | thus love of one's neighbor precedes love ~of God, as regards 209 2, 71 | in good and in evil, act precedes power, as stated in ~Metaph. 210 2, 71 | does not prove that habit ~precedes act simply, both in goodness 211 2, 74 | above ~(A[1]). Now reason precedes the will, since it directs 212 2, 74 | reason, the will moves and precedes the reason, in ~one way, 213 2, 74 | and the reason moves and precedes the will in another: so 214 2, 82 | in wickedness act always precedes habit, because evil ~habits 215 2, 83 | Further, the intellect precedes the will, for the object 216 2, 83 | Reply OBJ 3: The intellect precedes the will, in one way, by 217 2, 83 | In another way, the will precedes the intellect, in the ~order 218 2, 85 | follows is changed, that which precedes remains unchanged, since 219 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 2: Although nature precedes the voluntary action, it 220 2, 89 | alone. For disposition precedes habit. Now venial sin is 221 2, 89 | OBJ 1: Venial sin always precedes mortal sin not as a necessary, ~ 222 2, 100 | order of knowledge, virtue precedes vice, ~because "the crooked 223 2, 109 | complete rising from sin precedes the ~enlightenment of grace; 224 2, 111 | coincide in this - that one ~precedes another.~Aquin.: SMT FS 225 2, 112 | preparation, which sometimes ~precedes the gift of sanctifying 226 2, 112 | good, and this preparation precedes grace. But He ~sometimes 227 2, 113 | perfects the intellect which ~precedes the will; hence without 228 2, 113 | enumeration we may have what precedes and what follows, since 229 2, 113 | happens that deliberation precedes, yet this is not of the 230 2, 113 | the disposition naturally precedes the form to which it ~disposes. 231 2, 113 | Therefore it naturally precedes the infusion of grace.~Aquin.: 232 2, 113 | movement towards God naturally precedes the free-will's movement 233 2, 113 | withdrawal from a term naturally precedes the approach to a term, ~ 234 2, 113 | disposition of the subject precedes the reception of ~the form, 235 2, 113 | the free-will's movement ~precedes the reception of grace in 236 2, 113 | removal of the ~impediment precedes the attainment of the end. 237 2, 2 | kind of inquiry, and which precedes the intellect's ~arrival 238 2, 2 | as the ~disposition which precedes the ultimate form. Now it 239 2, 2 | virtues, a passion which precedes ~choice makes the virtuous 240 2, 4 | faith. Now the foundation precedes that which is founded ~thereon. 241 2, 4 | is perfected by ~charity, precedes the act of the intellect, 242 2, 4 | faith, ~as the cause which precedes its effect. Therefore charity 243 2, 4 | effect. Therefore charity precedes faith. ~Therefore faith 244 2, 4 | Faith, by its very nature, precedes ~all other virtues. For 245 2, 4 | For an ~accidental cause precedes its effect accidentally. 246 2, 4 | not follow that charity precedes faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 247 2, 7 | precede its cause. Now fear precedes faith: for it is written ~( 248 2, 8 | OBJ 2: Further, that which precedes is not the fruit of what 249 2, 10 | Further, when that which precedes is corrupted, that which ~ 250 2, 10 | also. Now an act of faith precedes the acts of all ~the virtues. 251 2, 12 | be ~removed, that which precedes, remains, but the converse 252 2, 15 | cognition. Now cognition precedes and directs ~action. Therefore 253 2, 15 | OBJ 2: Further, learning precedes teaching, for a man must 254 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Whether hope precedes faith?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 255 2, 16 | It would seem that hope precedes faith. Because a gloss on 256 2, 16 | justified. Therefore hope precedes faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 257 2, 16 | hoped for." Therefore hope precedes faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 258 2, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hope precedes a meritorious act, for the 259 2, 16 | meritorious. Therefore hope precedes ~faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 260 2, 16 | Absolutely speaking, faith precedes hope. For the object ~of 261 2, 16 | it is evident that ~faith precedes hope.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] 262 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Whether charity precedes hope?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] 263 2, 16 | would seem that charity precedes hope. For Ambrose says on 264 2, 16 | from charity." But faith precedes charity. ~Therefore charity 265 2, 16 | charity. ~Therefore charity precedes hope.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] 266 2, 16 | charity. Therefore ~charity precedes hope.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] 267 2, 16 | a gloss. Therefore hope precedes charity.~Aquin.: SMT SS 268 2, 16 | respect of which the imperfect precedes the perfect: the other ~ 269 2, 16 | which the perfect ~naturally precedes the imperfect. In respect 270 2, 16 | of the first order hope ~precedes charity: and this is clear 271 2, 16 | order of generation, hope precedes charity. For just as a ~ 272 2, 16 | perfection charity naturally precedes hope, ~wherefore, with the 273 2, 18 | prior to fear, since faith precedes fear. Therefore it seems 274 2, 19 | which follows, that which precedes ~remains. But hope follows 275 2, 23 | none but natural virtue precedes charity, since there is 276 2, 25 | likeness we have to God precedes and causes the ~likeness 277 2, 28 | concern the intellect, which precedes the ~appetite that is united 278 2, 51 | 47], A[8]]. Now thought precedes all these acts, since it 279 2, 80 | OBJ 2: Further, charity precedes religion; and devotion seems 280 2, 81 | intention, where the end precedes the things that are directed 281 2, 81 | and attainment of good precedes removal of evil.~Aquin.: 282 2, 81 | from grace. But prayer precedes grace, since even grace 283 2, 81 | the future. But the past precedes the future. Therefore thanksgivings 284 2, 81 | that are diverse the past precedes the future; ~but the one 285 2, 81 | thanksgiving for other benefits precedes intercession: but one and 286 2, 104 | distinct from the one that precedes, as falling short thereof.~ 287 2, 107 | truth. Since then the object precedes the habit ~and the act, 288 2, 120 | though affirmation naturally ~precedes negation, yet in the process 289 2, 120 | of unbelief. Now unbelief precedes superstition, as ~faith 290 2, 120 | superstition, as ~faith precedes religion. Therefore this 291 2, 120 | The debt to one's parents precedes the debt to one's ~kindred 292 2, 120 | belongs to a thing by nature precedes that which ~is accidental, 293 2, 154 | the intellect sometimes precedes the ~inclination of the 294 2, 159 | in this way the inner man precedes the outward man. ~The other 295 2, 160 | Civ. Dei xiv, 7,9), "love ~precedes all other emotions of the 296 2, 160 | Therefore falling away from God ~precedes pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 297 2, 160 | Therefore the vice of daring precedes the vice of pride.~Aquin.: 298 2, 164 | application to knowledge ~precedes its application to those 299 2, 168 | intention inducement to virtue ~precedes the prohibition of vice, 300 2, 170 | the ~intellect, whose act precedes the act of the will, which 301 2, 171 | object of heavenly ~bliss - precedes knowledge of that thing 302 2, 180 | Whether the active life precedes the contemplative?~Aquin.: 303 2, 180 | neighbor. Now ~the love of God precedes the love of our neighbor, 304 2, 180 | contemplative life also ~precedes the active life.~Aquin.: 305 2, 180 | way the contemplative life precedes the ~active, inasmuch as 306 2, 180 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, a thing precedes with regard to us, because 307 2, 180 | In this way the active precedes the ~contemplative life, 308 2, 180 | generation, disposition ~precedes form, although the latter 309 2, 180 | form, although the latter precedes simply and according to 310 2, 180 | evident that the active precedes the contemplative ~life, 311 2, 180 | that which is common to all precedes, in the order of ~generation, 312 2, 187 | proceed from that which precedes to that ~which follows after. 313 2, 187 | the precepts of charity precedes the counsels, and yet ~sometimes 314 2, 187 | observance of the precepts precedes the counsels in the ~order 315 2, 187 | does not follow that it precedes them in point of ~time, 316 3, 1 | eternal ~perfection of God precedes in duration the imperfection 317 3, 1 | A[5], ad 3), perfection precedes imperfection in time in 318 3, 1 | another way imperfection precedes perfection. ~For in that 319 3, 1 | imperfect, imperfection ~precedes perfection in time, whereas 320 3, 1 | of perfection, perfection precedes imperfection in time. Now 321 3, 6 | bringing about the effect, and precedes it in its union with ~the 322 3, 6 | not, is by ~reason of what precedes the perfection of the nature, 323 3, 7 | 2: Further, disposition precedes perfection, if not in time, 324 3, 7 | OBJ 3: Further, the common precedes the proper. But habitual 325 3, 7 | is the grace of ~union, precedes the habitual grace of Christ, 326 3, 7 | Therefore the grace of union precedes, in thought, habitual grace.~ 327 3, 7 | the order of generation precedes the ~perfection to which 328 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 3: The common precedes the proper, when both are 329 3, 33 | that which is imperfect ~precedes in time that which is perfect: 330 3, 34 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Existence precedes action by nature, but not 331 3, 34 | His conception. For merit precedes reward, as fault ~precedes 332 3, 34 | precedes reward, as fault ~precedes punishment. But Christ merited 333 3, 49 | 2). But the effect never precedes the cause. Therefore it ~ 334 3, 61 | it. Now the final cause ~precedes not in time, but in the 335 3, 65 | sacramental actions. But the agent precedes his action. ~Therefore order 336 3, 65 | causes, and consequently precedes, growth. ~Therefore the 337 3, 65 | Therefore the Eucharist precedes Confirmation.~Aquin.: SMT 338 3, 65 | Eucharist. But a ~disposition precedes perfection. Therefore Penance 339 3, 65 | A[1]). For just as unity precedes multitude, so ~those sacraments 340 3, 65 | OBJ 3: Nourishment both precedes growth, as its cause; and 341 3, 66 | Passion. For ~the cause precedes the effect. Now Christ's 342 3, 66 | Therefore Christ's Passion precedes the ~institution of the 343 3, 69 | teaching by the catechism precedes Baptism. ~Therefore it is 344 3, 76 | the nature of substance precedes ~even dimensive quantity. 345 3, 83 | 4] Body Para. 5/12~There precedes, in the second place, the 346 3, 84 | understood of the prayer that ~precedes the absolution, and do not 347 3, 84 | dead works"; wherefore it precedes even Baptism, according 348 3, 84 | That which is of itself precedes naturally that which is ~ 349 3, 84 | accidental, as substance precedes accident. Now some sacraments 350 3, 84 | Moreover, the penance which precedes Baptism is not the sacrament 351 3, 85 | as is ~clear from what precedes. Therefore penance results 352 3, 85 | Therefore it seems that penance precedes all ~the other virtues.~ 353 3, 85 | soul. Therefore no virtue precedes penance, ~which is itself 354 3, 85 | acts, the ~former naturally precedes the latter, because the 355 3, 85 | as that which is natural precedes that which is ~accidental; 356 3, 85 | withdrawal from one extreme ~precedes approach to the other, in 357 3, 86 | effect of operating ~grace precedes the effect of co-operating 358 3, 86 | and of eternal punishment precedes the complete release from ~ 359 3, 90 | first. Therefore that which precedes Baptism ~should not be called 360 3, 90 | belongs to that ~penance which precedes Baptism. The second is by 361 3, 90 | OBJ 1: The penance which precedes Baptism is not a sacrament, 362 Suppl, 4 | unreasonable if that which precedes remains, when that which 363 Suppl, 5 | The forgiveness of sin precedes virtue and the infusion 364 Suppl, 16| since the removal ~of what precedes entails the removal of what 365 Suppl, 18| This disposition sometimes precedes their Baptism ~by priority 366 Suppl, 39| such as the free-will, precedes its act; and thus it is 367 Suppl, 55| answer that, Affinity that precedes marriage hinders marriage 368 Suppl, 56| union of ~bodies, for it precedes it. Therefore with much 369 Suppl, 56| relationship, since either it precedes or follows marriage. ~If 370 Suppl, 56| follows marriage. ~If it precedes, it hinders the contracting 371 Suppl, 56| but not if the impediment precedes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 372 Suppl, 59| office of nature, which ~precedes the state of grace, the 373 Suppl, 61| asunder." But the union which precedes marital intercourse ~was 374 Suppl, 71| This is clear from what precedes: "Since these ~sacrifices, 375 Suppl, 72| elements?~(7) Whether that fire precedes or follows the judgment?~( 376 Suppl, 79| Further, natural alteration precedes spiritual* alteration, just ~ 377 Suppl, 79| just ~as natural being precedes intentional being. Now glorified 378 Suppl, 79| the natural alteration precedes the spiritual ~alteration, 379 Suppl, 79| alteration, just as natural precedes intentional being. If however 380 Suppl, 81| things ~"to be changing precedes to be changed," as is proved 381 Suppl, 87| conc. 8): "The intellect precedes, the affections follow slowly 382 Suppl, 89| This is evident from what precedes: "For no man hath seen ~ 383 Suppl, 90| that, Since local movement precedes all other movements, terms ~


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