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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | sciences. There are some which proceed from a ~principle known 2 1, 1 | like. There are some which proceed from principles ~known by 3 1, 1 | natural reason (from which proceed ~the other sciences) to 4 1, 1 | highest place of all. But to proceed by the aid of ~various similitudes 5 1, 2 | cause, from the effect we proceed to the knowledge of the 6 1, 6 | therefore we must either ~proceed to infinity, or come to 7 1, 9 | can ~exist which does not proceed from the divine wisdom by 8 1, 9 | principle; as also ~works of art proceed from the wisdom of the artist. 9 1, 12 | to ~one object does not proceed from the vision of the believer, 10 1, 13 | divine ~knowledge, we now proceed to the consideration of 11 1, 13 | barking dogs; otherwise we proceed to ~infinitude. Now there 12 1, 13 | Objections. For these ~reasons proceed from the different predication 13 1, 14 | another's; hence it need not proceed to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 14 | would know all lines that proceed from the centre; or if light 15 1, 14 | to discourse thus is to ~proceed from the known to the unknown. 16 1, 16 | natural ~things did not proceed from any intellect, but 17 1, 19 | but determined effects ~proceed from His own infinite perfection 18 1, 19 | their cause. For ~effects proceed from the agent that causes 19 1, 19 | intellect, and therefore proceed from Him after the same 20 1, 19 | mode. ~Consequently, they proceed from Him after the mode 21 1, 19 | Since God wills effects to proceed from definite causes, ~for 22 1, 22 | absolutely, we must now ~proceed to those things which have 23 1, 27 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to proceed from another seems to be 24 1, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To proceed from a principle, so as 25 1, 27 | in living ~things, which proceed from potential to actual 26 1, 27 | being whose life does not proceed from potentiality to act, ~ 27 1, 27 | its very nature that it proceed ~only from the concept of 28 1, 27 | becoming that love should proceed by way of generation.~Aquin.: 29 1, 27 | proceeds as love, would proceed as begotten; which is against 30 1, 27 | by way of love, does not proceed as begotten, or ~as son, 31 1, 27 | are not more than two who proceed - the ~Son and the Holy 32 1, 28 | speaking, do not arise or ~proceed from each other, nevertheless 33 1, 30 | love, as ~such, does not proceed as the similitude of that 34 1, 31 | of the Trinity we ~must proceed with care and with befitting 35 1, 31 | two opposite errors, and proceed cautiously between ~them - 36 1, 32 | PERSONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We proceed to inquire concerning the 37 1, 32 | an infinite effect should proceed from ~God: but that according 38 1, 32 | Son and the Holy Ghost to proceed from ~the Father. Therefore, 39 1, 33 | artist is first understood to proceed ~from the artist before 40 1, 33 | consequence, that He does not proceed by the procession of the 41 1, 34 | has of its own nature to proceed from ~something other than 42 1, 34 | necessary that the Word should proceed from creatures, although 43 1, 36 | GHOST (FOUR ARTICLES)~We proceed to treat of what belongs 44 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost does not proceed from the Son. ~For as Dionysius 45 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost does not ~proceed from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 46 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost does not proceed from the ~Son.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost does ~not proceed from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 48 1, 36 | spiritus] ~does not seem to proceed in ourselves from our word. 49 1, 36 | the Holy ~Ghost does not proceed from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 50 1, 36 | Son, even if He ~did not proceed from Him. For Anselm says ( 51 1, 36 | will as Love. Now love must proceed from a word. For we do not ~ 52 1, 36 | find that several things proceed from one without ~order 53 1, 36 | the Father, two persons proceed, the Son and the Holy Ghost, 54 1, 36 | the Son and the Holy Ghost proceed from the Father in such 55 1, 36 | that the Holy Ghost did not proceed from the Son had ~not arisen, 56 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost did not proceed from the Son, as appears 57 1, 36 | not mean that He does not proceed from Him; for the Son also 58 1, 36 | breath [spiritus] does not proceed; for it would ~then be only 59 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost does not proceed from the ~Father through 60 1, 36 | through another, ~does not proceed immediately. Therefore, 61 1, 36 | through the Son, He does not proceed immediately; which seems ~ 62 1, 36 | through the ~Son, He does not proceed from the Son, except on 63 1, 36 | and thus He is said to proceed from ~the Father through 64 1, 36 | the Son. So also did Abel proceed immediately from ~Adam, 65 1, 36 | thus the Holy Ghost would ~proceed more from the Father than 66 1, 36 | sometimes ~He is said to proceed principally or properly 67 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost does not proceed from the Father ~and the 68 1, 36 | Ghost would in that way proceed from Himself, as He is one 69 1, 38 | the ~Gift of God' is to proceed from Father and Son." But 70 1, 39 | is the principle, do not ~proceed from Him as towards an end, 71 1, 39 | the last end; ~but They proceed by a natural procession, 72 1, 41 | Whether the notional acts proceed from something?~Aquin.: 73 1, 41 | the notional acts do not proceed from ~anything. For if the 74 1, 41 | presupposed. So, ~were the Son to proceed from the Father as out of 75 1, 41 | whereby the divine persons proceed, there ~cannot be power 76 1, 41 | notional acts, does not proceed ~as if made; so the power 77 1, 41 | of which ~certain things proceed which are distinct from 78 1, 41 | manner in which the persons proceed. ~For the persons proceed 79 1, 41 | proceed. ~For the persons proceed naturally, as we have said ( 80 1, 43 | signification: for the Son may proceed eternally as God; but temporally, ~ 81 1, 43 | divine person sent must proceed from the one sending.~Aquin.: 82 1, 43 | one whence He does not ~proceed, then the Holy Ghost may 83 1, 43 | one from Whom ~He does not proceed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 84 1, 46 | causes it is impossible to proceed to infinity ~"per se" - 85 1, 46 | it is ~not impossible to proceed to infinity "accidentally" 86 1, 47 | universality of things ~would not proceed from the intention of the 87 1, 49 | a deficient effect can proceed only from a deficient ~cause. 88 1, 49 | AA[1],2). But we cannot proceed to infinity in this ~matter. 89 1, 49 | causes of evil we do not proceed to infinity, but ~reduce 90 1, 54 | angel's substance, we now proceed ~to his knowledge. This 91 1, 56 | action, for the action to proceed, the ~object must be united 92 1, 57 | from this, that, as things proceed from God in order that they 93 1, 57 | natures, so likewise they proceed in order that they ~may 94 1, 57 | thus, future events which proceed necessarily ~from their 95 1, 57 | tomorrow. But events which proceed from their causes in the 96 1, 57 | thereof. But ~events which proceed from their causes in the 97 1, 60 | infused: since they do not proceed from principles to acquire 98 1, 62 | intellect to be able to proceed to different ~conclusions, 99 1, 62 | principles; but for it to proceed to some ~conclusion by passing 100 1, 64 | way open by which he may proceed ~to either of two opposites. 101 1, 65 | of spiritual creatures we proceed to that of ~corporeal creatures, 102 1, 65 | directly does that thing proceed from a ~higher cause. Thus 103 1, 65 | them, but ~"angels" by us) proceed all the forms of corporeal 104 1, 65 | intellect, from which they ~proceed by movement, or, still higher, 105 1, 67 | But as in knowledge we proceed from general principles, ~ 106 1, 75 | corporeal creature, we now ~proceed to treat of man, who is 107 1, 75 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may proceed from the specific notion 108 1, 75 | the acts received which proceed from the First Infinite 109 1, 77 | GENERAL (EIGHT ~ARTICLES)~We proceed to consider those things 110 1, 77 | a number of things that proceed from one must proceed in 111 1, 77 | that proceed from one must proceed in a certain order; ~there 112 1, 77 | action of sensation cannot proceed ~from the soul except by 113 1, 77 | different things do not proceed from one simple thing. But ~ 114 1, 77 | and various, they cannot proceed from its essence.~Aquin.: 115 1, 77 | Therefore the powers of the soul proceed from its essence ~as their 116 1, 77 | simple thing many things may proceed naturally, in ~a certain 117 1, 77 | many and various powers proceed; both because ~order exists 118 1, 77 | Therefore one of ~them does not proceed from another.~Aquin.: SMT 119 1, 77 | that, In those things which proceed from one according to a ~ 120 1, 77 | their natural origin, they proceed from the ~intelligence as 121 1, 77 | imperfect things naturally proceed from perfect things.~Aquin.: 122 1, 38 | the ~Gift of God' is to proceed from Father and Son." But 123 1, 39 | is the principle, do not ~proceed from Him as towards an end, 124 1, 39 | the last end; ~but They proceed by a natural procession, 125 1, 41 | Whether the notional acts proceed from something?~Aquin.: 126 1, 41 | the notional acts do not proceed from ~anything. For if the 127 1, 41 | presupposed. So, ~were the Son to proceed from the Father as out of 128 1, 41 | whereby the divine persons proceed, there ~cannot be power 129 1, 41 | notional acts, does not proceed ~as if made; so the power 130 1, 41 | of which ~certain things proceed which are distinct from 131 1, 41 | manner in which the persons proceed. ~For the persons proceed 132 1, 41 | proceed. ~For the persons proceed naturally, as we have said ( 133 1, 43 | signification: for the Son may proceed eternally as God; but temporally, ~ 134 1, 43 | divine person sent must proceed from the one sending.~Aquin.: 135 1, 43 | one whence He does not ~proceed, then the Holy Ghost may 136 1, 43 | one from Whom ~He does not proceed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 137 1, 47 | causes it is impossible to proceed to infinity ~"per se" - 138 1, 47 | it is ~not impossible to proceed to infinity "accidentally" 139 1, 48 | universality of things ~would not proceed from the intention of the 140 1, 50 | a deficient effect can proceed only from a deficient ~cause. 141 1, 50 | AA[1],2). But we cannot proceed to infinity in this ~matter. 142 1, 50 | causes of evil we do not proceed to infinity, but ~reduce 143 1, 55 | angel's substance, we now proceed ~to his knowledge. This 144 1, 57 | action, for the action to proceed, the ~object must be united 145 1, 58 | from this, that, as things proceed from God in order that they 146 1, 58 | natures, so likewise they proceed in order that they ~may 147 1, 58 | thus, future events which proceed necessarily ~from their 148 1, 58 | tomorrow. But events which proceed from their causes in the 149 1, 58 | thereof. But ~events which proceed from their causes in the 150 1, 61 | infused: since they do not proceed from principles to acquire 151 1, 63 | intellect to be able to proceed to different ~conclusions, 152 1, 63 | principles; but for it to proceed to some ~conclusion by passing 153 1, 65 | way open by which he may proceed ~to either of two opposites. 154 1, 66 | of spiritual creatures we proceed to that of ~corporeal creatures, 155 1, 66 | directly does that thing proceed from a ~higher cause. Thus 156 1, 66 | them, but ~"angels" by us) proceed all the forms of corporeal 157 1, 66 | intellect, from which they ~proceed by movement, or, still higher, 158 1, 68 | But as in knowledge we proceed from general principles, ~ 159 1, 74 | corporeal creature, we now ~proceed to treat of man, who is 160 1, 74 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may proceed from the specific notion 161 1, 74 | the acts received which proceed from the First Infinite 162 1, 76 | GENERAL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We proceed to consider those things 163 1, 76 | a number of things that proceed from one must proceed in 164 1, 76 | that proceed from one must proceed in a certain order; ~there 165 1, 76 | action of sensation cannot proceed ~from the soul except by 166 1, 76 | different things do not proceed from one simple thing. But ~ 167 1, 76 | and various, they cannot proceed from its essence.~Aquin.: 168 1, 76 | Therefore the powers of the soul proceed from its essence ~as their 169 1, 76 | simple thing many things may proceed naturally, in ~a certain 170 1, 76 | many and various powers proceed; both because ~order exists 171 1, 76 | Therefore one of ~them does not proceed from another.~Aquin.: SMT 172 1, 76 | that, In those things which proceed from one according to a ~ 173 1, 76 | their natural origin, they proceed from the ~intelligence as 174 1, 76 | imperfect things naturally proceed from perfect things.~Aquin.: 175 1, 78 | through first principles we proceed to ~discover, and judge 176 1, 81 | that there is no need to proceed indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT 177 1, 83 | treating of these acts we shall proceed in the following order: ~ 178 1, 83 | an orderly fashion they proceed from ~universal self-evident 179 1, 83 | not whether the teacher proceed from universal principles 180 1, 83 | namely, God. But they proceed from ~that principle by 181 1, 83 | does intellectual knowledge proceed from sensible ~knowledge, 182 1, 84 | On the contrary, "We must proceed from the universal to the 183 1, 86 | some other act; this is to proceed indefinitely, which seems ~ 184 1, 88 | experience shows. Did this not proceed from the soul's ~very nature, 185 1, 88 | kind of ignorance does not proceed from the obstacle ~of local 186 1, 92 | corporeal vision, too, does not proceed only from the species of 187 1, 92 | two together, ~does not proceed from them either in corporeal 188 1, 92 | not enough that something ~proceed from another, but it is 189 1, 94 | charity whence our actions proceed, the more ~perfectly shall 190 1, 104 | moved by another does ~not proceed from that wherein it is; 191 1, 104 | Further, the same work cannot proceed at the same time from two ~ 192 1, 104 | cannot at the same time proceed from the creature; and ~ 193 1, 104 | OBJ 2: One action does not proceed from two agents of the same ~ 194 1, 104 | are ~not of a nature to proceed from any other cause; so 195 1, 105 | kinds of enlightenment that proceed from man or ~angel, are, 196 1, 109 | forms which are in matter proceed from the concept ~of the " 197 1, 115 | yet some ~of them do not proceed from changeable created 198 1, 116 | exterior principle, some proceed from the exterior principle 199 1, 116 | whereas other ~effects proceed sometimes from an exterior 200 1, 116 | teaching and all learning ~proceed from previous knowledge."~ 201 2, 1 | properly called human which proceed from a deliberate will. ~ 202 2, 1 | clear that whatever actions proceed from a power, ~are caused 203 2, 1 | actions; since ~they do not proceed from deliberation of the 204 2, 1 | human, inasmuch as they proceed from a deliberate will. 205 2, 1 | essential to an act, viz. to proceed from something, considered ~ 206 2, 1 | considered ~as action, and to proceed towards something, considered 207 2, 1 | human life, but that ~we proceed to infinity. For good is 208 2, 1 | the nature of ~an end to proceed indefinitely. Therefore 209 2, 1 | speaking, it is not possible to proceed ~indefinitely in the matter 210 2, 1 | viii, 5) that we ~cannot proceed to infinitude in causes 211 2, 1 | already supposed, ~we may proceed downwards indefinitely towards 212 2, 1 | diffusion of goods does not proceed indefinitely but, as it 213 2, 6 | a voluntary act, that it proceed from God, ~inasmuch as the 214 2, 6 | essential that they ~should proceed from a principle within 215 2, 6 | the will. But nothing can proceed ~from the will, except through 216 2, 6 | But some ~violent actions proceed from the will: for instance, 217 2, 8 | understands a mean, and does not proceed thence to the ~conclusion. 218 2, 8 | the end, and yet ~does not proceed to will the means.~Aquin.: 219 2, 13 | depart, as being unable to proceed with the business.~Aquin.: 220 2, 14 | counsel does not always proceed by way of ~analysis.~Aquin.: 221 2, 14 | taking counsel one should ~proceed from the past and present 222 2, 14 | but synthetic: because to proceed from cause to effect is ~ 223 2, 14 | from cause to effect is ~to proceed synthetically, since causes 224 2, 17 | commanded, we must ~needs proceed to infinity; because the 225 2, 17 | so on to infinity. But to proceed to infinity is not ~possible. 226 2, 17 | Therefore there is no need ~to proceed to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT 227 2, 17 | I answer that, Some acts proceed from the natural appetite, 228 2, 17 | Wherefore those acts that ~proceed from the intellective or 229 2, 17 | but not those acts that proceed from the natural appetite. 230 2, 18 | moral, inasmuch as they proceed from the reason. ~Consequently 231 2, 18 | If, however, it does not proceed from deliberate reason, 232 2, 18 | any ~point it can still proceed further. And consequently 233 2, 20 | actions, inasmuch as they proceed from the ~will and the reason. 234 2, 29 | that hurts us; and actions proceed from individuals. For this 235 2, 30 | belongs to the reason to ~proceed to infinity. Hence he that 236 2, 32 | actions of others do not proceed from habits ~existing in 237 2, 32 | actions of another do not proceed from habits ~that are in 238 2, 32 | habit of mind; or they ~proceed from the habit of one who 239 2, 32 | Further, contrary effects proceed from contrary causes. But 240 2, 35 | for the opposite thing, proceed from the same ~habit: thus 241 2, 50 | those operations ~which proceed from its nature, the body 242 2, 50 | to the operations which proceed from the soul through the 243 2, 50 | sense of those actions which proceed from the soul, and the ~ 244 2, 51 | of the appetitive power proceed from ~that same power according 245 2, 52 | lessen the habit whence they ~proceed, for instance if they be 246 2, 54 | how diverse effects can proceed ~from one simple cause. 247 2, 63 | inasmuch as such acts proceed from reason, by whose power 248 2, 63 | acts, in so far as they proceed from higher ~principles, 249 2, 65 | prudence. Now for prudence to proceed aright, it is much more 250 2, 72 | diverse species of sins can proceed: thus from fear ~engendering 251 2, 72 | engendering false humility man may proceed to theft, or murder, or 252 2, 72 | and these same things may ~proceed from love enkindling to 253 2, 72 | directed to the same end, and proceed from the same motive. For ~ 254 2, 72 | species of sin, since they proceed from the same motive. For 255 2, 73 | there are other sins which proceed from ~deliberation: and 256 2, 79 | first cause; ~but if it proceed from the middle cause, according 257 2, 82 | various species of sickness proceed from different causes, e.g. 258 2, 89 | discursive, i.e. it does not proceed from ~principles to conclusions, 259 2, 91 | the ~human reason needs to proceed to the more particular determination 260 2, 91 | need for human reason to proceed ~further to sanction them 261 2, 91 | of inquiry: hence it must proceed from ~some principles. Nor 262 2, 91 | Nor is it enough for it to proceed from principles ~imparted 263 2, 93 | 1]). Therefore all laws proceed from the ~eternal law.~Aquin.: 264 2, 97 | again and again, it seems to proceed ~from a deliberate judgment 265 2, 97 | natural and Divine laws proceed from the Divine will, ~as 266 2, 100 | which principles one may proceed in various ways to judge ~ 267 2, 102 | moral according as they proceed ~from reason. If therefore 268 2, 102 | order," those things ~which proceed from the Divine wisdom must 269 2, 102 | sacrifice "of jealousy" did not proceed from devotion, but rather 270 2, 108 | precepts of the Law, which proceed from the dictate of reason.~ 271 2, 108 | frequently, since they ~seem to proceed from reverence to God. Hence 272 2, 109 | supposed ~to be, it cannot proceed to its act unless it be 273 2, 110 | consists in acts, which proceed from ~a power. Hence it 274 2, 113 | meritorious; and hence it must proceed from grace, ~without which 275 2, 114 | secondly, according as they proceed from free-will in so far ~ 276 2, 1 | knowledge of ~faith had to proceed from imperfection to perfection; 277 2, 2 | meritorious in so far as they proceed from the free-will moved 278 2, 2 | that it does not seem to proceed ~from a perfect act of the 279 2, 8 | gift of ~grace does not proceed from the light of nature, 280 2, 8 | counsel, whereby man does not proceed to action before deliberating 281 2, 10 | do those good works which proceed from ~grace, viz. meritorious 282 2, 16 | emotions ~and affections proceed from love and holy charity." 283 2, 16 | movement of the appetite proceed from some ~kind of love, 284 2, 19 | which is despair, seems to proceed from the consideration of ~ 285 2, 22 | movement of charity does not proceed from this motion in such 286 2, 27 | passions, joy and sorrow proceed from love, but in ~contrary 287 2, 27 | from the same habit there proceed ~several ordinate and homogeneous 288 2, 27 | the subsequent acts do not proceed from the virtuous ~habit 289 2, 27 | although those ~other acts also proceed from the virtue. Now it 290 2, 28 | virtue from which ~they proceed, as may be seen in corporeal 291 2, 28 | nemesis, ~because "they both proceed from the same character" ( 292 2, 44 | Therefore folly does not proceed from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS 293 2, 46 | knowledge, in as much as we proceed from things ~known to knowledge 294 2, 47 | of ~reasoning must needs proceed from some understanding. 295 2, 47 | reasoning of prudence must proceed from a ~twofold understanding. 296 2, 51 | wherefore it appears to proceed from that root of pride, 297 2, 56 | due to each man cannot ~proceed from the sensitive appetite, 298 2, 58 | justice: first, ~that it proceed from the inclination of 299 2, 65 | does not authorize him to proceed to pass sentence, except ~ 300 2, 66 | wherein it behooves one to ~proceed on certainties, as far as 301 2, 66 | to the Church, who will proceed, in virtue ~of her office, 302 2, 66 | OBJ 1: A man ought not to proceed to accuse except of what 303 2, 70 | rather would it seem to proceed from a ~sense of charity.~ 304 2, 81 | reasoning," whereby we proceed from the known to the unknown. ~ 305 2, 81 | order these effects shall proceed. Now among ~other causes 306 2, 81 | prayers offered for others proceed from charity, as stated ~ 307 2, 81 | the sinner's prayer if it proceed ~from a good natural desire, 308 2, 82 | is ~connatural to us to proceed from the sensible to the 309 2, 87 | the same effect does not proceed from contrary causes, ~since 310 2, 93 | the causes from which they proceed are also ~the causes of 311 2, 93 | actions. This ~instinct may proceed from a twofold cause. In 312 2, 96 | Reply OBJ 3: Moral acts proceed from the will, whose object 313 2, 102 | actions of natural things proceed from ~natural powers, so 314 2, 102 | powers, so do human actions proceed from the human will. In ~ 315 2, 102 | counsel. And just as he has to proceed on his own counsel in doing 316 2, 104 | from whom ~general favors proceed; fourthly it is found in 317 2, 109 | all dissimulation seems to proceed from guile, wherefore ~it 318 2, 114 | more grievous, since they proceed from ~greater contempt. 319 2, 114 | that are committed ~openly proceed sometimes from a greater 320 2, 116 | same, in so far as these proceed from the ~interior affection, 321 2, 120 | other kinds of superstition proceed from some compact, ~tacit 322 2, 127 | directions, because they proceed according to ~different 323 2, 131 | pusillanimity does not proceed from pride, since the proud 324 2, 131 | pusillanimity seems to proceed from inordinate fear: ~hence 325 2, 131 | fear not." It also seems to proceed from inordinate anger, according ~ 326 2, 131 | ignorance of this kind ~does not proceed from indiscretion but from 327 2, 138 | dangers wherein one must proceed with caution; nor is ~it 328 2, 139 | Reply OBJ 3: External acts proceed from the internal passions 329 2, 152 | the human offspring, they proceed from lust, which is ~the 330 2, 153 | weakness of concupiscence may proceed from ~two causes. For sometimes 331 2, 156 | is venial if it does not proceed to action."~Aquin.: SMT 332 2, 170 | considerations of science proceed from a natural cause, ~and 333 2, 187 | OBJ 5: Further, one should proceed from that which precedes 334 3, 1 | furtherance in good, whereby we ~proceed from imperfection to perfection. 335 3, 7 | medium of ~the virtues which proceed from grace.~Aquin.: SMT 336 3, 8 | 29: "Let no evil speech proceed from ~your mouth; but that 337 3, 9 | dialectical syllogisms ~proceed. So likewise in Christ, 338 3, 11 | knowledge, as happens to us, who proceed ~from one thing to the knowledge 339 3, 19 | operation ~in man which does not proceed from the reason and the 340 3, 38 | JOHN (SIX ARTICLES)~We now proceed to consider the baptism 341 3, 40 | And for this did He proceed ~no further than Moses and 342 3, 47 | Passion and death should proceed from obedience. Thirdly, 343 3, 82 | SACRAMENT (TEN ARTICLES)~We now proceed to consider the minister 344 3, 83 | instructed, the next ~step is to proceed to the celebration of the 345 3, 83 | sacrifice, and its fruits, proceed from the virtue of ~the 346 3, 83 | ought notwithstanding to proceed straight on, because the 347 3, 83 | sacrifice, but ~that he ought to proceed: but if he is certain that 348 3, 84 | matter, ~and these actions proceed from internal inspiration, 349 3, 84 | there is no need for man to proceed to acts ~of external penance. 350 3, 89 | subsequent acts of Penance proceed from the ~grace and virtues 351 3, 89 | inasmuch as they fail to proceed from the principle of life; ~ 352 3, 89 | principle ~from which they proceed. But works cannot proceed 353 3, 89 | proceed. But works cannot proceed a second time from a ~principle, 354 3, 89 | want, so as to make them proceed ~from such a principle. 355 Suppl, 14| from charity, nor ~ever can proceed therefrom, they can by no 356 Suppl, 15| be penal, the more they ~proceed from charity, the less satisfactory 357 Suppl, 16| available, so that the habit can proceed to its act - thus a poor 358 Suppl, 16| Yet ~this habit can never proceed to its act, except perhaps 359 Suppl, 21| judge, not being able to proceed otherwise against him, must ~ 360 Suppl, 29| another priest ~would have to proceed with the others. Therefore 361 Suppl, 35| s ~powers are enabled to proceed to their respective actions 362 Suppl, 42| members by which they can proceed ~to act. Therefore, since 363 Suppl, 55| such accusations frequently proceed from ill-will, and are proved ~ 364 Suppl, 55| Whether it is necessary to proceed by way of accusation for 365 Suppl, 55| seem that one ought not to proceed by way of accusation ~in 366 Suppl, 55| of this kind one should proceed by hearing witnesses in ~ 367 Suppl, 55| a suit one ought not to proceed by ~hearing witnesses, in 368 Suppl, 55| that it is not right to ~proceed by hearing witnesses in 369 Suppl, 62| sin of fornication, and so proceed to accusation. Moreover, 370 Suppl, 65| whence their proper ~actions proceed proportionately to their 371 Suppl, 65| aforesaid conclusions do not proceed from the first ~precepts 372 Suppl, 65| in Rm. 1:21, and did not proceed from the instinct of the 373 Suppl, 72| essence or nature, if it proceed from the essential principles 374 Suppl, 72| operation that does not proceed from the virtue of the ~ 375 Suppl, 72| manner a virtue that does not proceed from the ~essential principles 376 Suppl, 73| because then that which would proceed ~therefrom would have for 377 Suppl, 77| even though they never proceed to ~action, so that the 378 Suppl, 84| whence merits and demerits proceed. Nor again will ~it be possible 379 Suppl, 88| But things done by God proceed from freedom of will, ~wherefore 380 Suppl, 88| of the soul): and it will proceed from an everlasting agent ~ 381 Suppl, 92| because memory does not proceed to act save through the 382 Suppl, 93| martyrdom ~may possibly proceed from a greater charity than


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