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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | exist by something already existing. Therefore, if at one ~time 2 1, 3 | because they are spoken of as existing. ~Therefore existence must 3 1, 3 | that has the property of existing in this way - namely, of 4 1, 3 | in this way - namely, of existing of itself; this existence, ~ 5 1, 5 | goodness extends to things both existing and non-existing; ~whereas 6 1, 5 | whereas existence extends to existing things alone." Therefore 7 1, 5 | that goodness extends to existing and non-existing things, 8 1, 6 | simply, and not only as existing ~in any genus or order of 9 1, 7 | from ~every other whiteness existing in a subject.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 7 | that everything actually existing possesses a form; and thus ~ 11 1, 7 | because matter, considered as ~existing under some substantial form, 12 1, 7 | mathematical body actually existing, we must imagine it under 13 1, 9 | change belong to a thing existing in potentiality, as we now 14 1, 10 | the thing ~numbered, but existing in the thing numbered; otherwise 15 1, 12 | created intellect knows only existing things. For ~what falls 16 1, 12 | Now ~God is not something existing; but He is rather super-existence, 17 1, 12 | God is not said to be not existing as if He did not exist ~ 18 1, 12 | the flesh, but that man ~existing in the flesh after the resurrection 19 1, 12 | which naturally knows things existing in individual ~matter; hence 20 1, 13 | article, ~all perfections existing in creatures divided and 21 1, 13 | inasmuch as they are ~realities existing in nature, are outside the 22 1, 13 | denominated ~from relations really existing in the thing, yet so that 23 1, 13 | imposed to signify something existing above all ~things, the principle 24 1, 13 | consider ~that every form existing in the singular subject, 25 1, 13 | sun can be understood as existing in many subjects; and the ~ 26 1, 13 | it can be understood as existing in many. But the singular, ~ 27 1, 13 | names signifying a nature ~existing in some "suppositum." Hence, 28 1, 13 | the nature of ~the form existing in the "suppositum"; according 29 1, 14 | the types of things as ~existing in the knowledge of God 30 1, 14 | habitual, or ~potential, or existing according to any such mode.~ 31 1, 14 | another, but it is an act, ~existing in the agent itself, of 32 1, 14 | great as His actuality in ~existing; because it is from the 33 1, 14 | the perfection of the one existing: just as existence ~follows 34 1, 14 | privation ~by privation existing in it; and this agrees with 35 1, 14 | knows evil, not by privation existing in Himself, but by the opposite ~ 36 1, 15 | understood ~the forms of things, existing apart from the things themselves. 37 1, 15 | Now the ~form of anything existing apart from the thing itself 38 1, 15 | things according to an idea ~existing outside Himself. Thus Aristotle ( 39 1, 15 | Thus they are eternal, and existing ~always in the same manner, 40 1, 15 | general. Now the highest good existing in ~things is the good of 41 1, 15 | contrary, Ideas are types existing in the divine mind, as is ~ 42 1, 18 | possessed by all things existing in nature." But all natural 43 1, 18 | it follows that things existing ~in God in this manner are 44 1, 18 | ideas of things, though not ~existing in themselves, are life 45 1, 18 | be material, which, as ~existing in the divine mind, it is 46 1, 20 | exists in Himself. But as existing in Him, it is ~no other 47 1, 20 | answer that, God loves all existing things. For all existing 48 1, 20 | existing things. For all existing things, ~in so far as they 49 1, 20 | willed by God. To every existing ~thing, then, God wills 50 1, 20 | His providence ~for all existing things."~Aquin.: SMT FP 51 1, 20 | things within us, know things existing ~in themselves.~Aquin.: 52 1, 20 | sinners in so far ~as they are existing natures; for they have existence 53 1, 21 | seeing how He gives to all ~existing things what is proper to 54 1, 22 | for it is concerned with existing things that are not ~eternal, 55 1, 22 | 4]). This good of order existing in things created, is ~itself 56 1, 22 | But we see many evils ~existing. Either, then, God cannot 57 1, 23 | towards eternal salvation, ~existing in the divine mind. The 58 1, 23 | said of someone actually ~existing. It is taken, however, in 59 1, 23 | also prudence, is the plan existing in the intellect ~directing 60 1, 27 | them ~affirms procession as existing in God Himself; whereas, 61 1, 27 | understands procession as existing in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 62 1, 28 | reason ~observes them as existing between two objects perceived 63 1, 28 | creatures, relation really ~existing in God has the existence 64 1, 28 | manifest that relation really existing in God is really the ~same 65 1, 28 | the mode of ~substance, as existing in Him to Whom it is applied; 66 1, 30 | and ~four; and number as existing in things numbered, as two 67 1, 30 | numbered, in that sense as existing in ~creatures, one is part 68 1, 30 | taken as a simple number, existing ~in the mind only, is measured 69 1, 39 | are said to be ~in God, as existing in His knowledge. In this 70 1, 39 | truth can be considered as existing in the thought or in the 71 1, 40 | relation, ~considered as really existing in God, is the divine essence 72 1, 42 | eight modes of one thing ~existing in another, according to 73 1, 43 | as ~meaning a new way of existing in another; thus the Son 74 1, 43 | common mode, as the cause existing in the effects which ~participate 75 1, 43 | sent, the person Himself existing from another is ~designated, 76 1, 44 | that every being in any way existing is ~from God. For whatever 77 1, 44 | are beings or species not existing in singular things, and ~ 78 1, 44 | ideas - i.e. exemplar forms existing in the divine mind (Q[15], ~ 79 1, 45 | understood as ~first not existing at all, and afterwards as 80 1, 45 | at all, and afterwards as existing. But as action and ~passion 81 1, 45 | taken to signify ~a change existing between two forms.~Aquin.: 82 1, 46 | and not of time ~really existing; thus, when we say that 83 1, 48 | means that evil is not in existing things as a ~part, or as 84 1, 48 | natural property of any existing thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 85 1, 50 | example, that whiteness ~existing separate is infinite as 86 1, 51 | no incorporeal substances existing except as united to ~bodies; 87 1, 52 | that "it is not everything existing which is in a place, but ~ 88 1, 53 | he was being moved while existing in some place. But he was ~ 89 1, 55 | the likeness of the thing existing in another ~is there either 90 1, 55 | knowledge is not the cause of existing things; that belongs to 91 1, 56 | things, then such a nature ~existing within it would prevent 92 1, 56 | could not be known by the existing ~angels; or else he would 93 1, 56 | the species of such angel ~existing in his intellect, which 94 1, 57 | as ~they are here and now existing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 95 1, 57 | according to place are already existing in ~nature; and share in 96 1, 58 | imperfect, that is, of something existing in potentiality, but as 97 1, 58 | that is, of one actually existing. In this way ~understanding 98 1, 58 | less as to their mode ~of existing than do affirmation and 99 1, 58 | by the forms of things existing in the Word. For by beholding 100 1, 58 | merely the being of things as existing in the Word, but the ~being 101 1, 59 | movement of this kind from existing in the angels, ~since such 102 1, 61 | that angels and everything existing, ~except God, were made 103 1, 61 | that ~there were creatures existing beyond corporeal nature, 104 1, 61 | angel is not at one time existing ~and at another non-existing, 105 1, 62 | knowledge and love from existing in ~the angel conjointly 106 1, 63 | creation and of ~free-will from existing in the same instant.~Aquin.: 107 1, 65 | all things in whatever way existing have ~their being, whether 108 1, 65 | nothing is presupposed as ~existing, is the work of infinite 109 1, 65 | they say that from forms existing in the ~intellect of spiritual 110 1, 66 | Matter, therefore, whilst existing under ~the form of an incorruptible 111 1, 66 | OBJ 5: Place is implied as existing in the empyrean heaven, 112 1, 67 | pronounces light to be fire existing in its own ~proper matter: 113 1, 67 | darkness of the wicked, not as existing from the beginning ~but 114 1, 68 | is itself a fifth body, ~existing over and above these. This 115 1, 68 | not be made out of matter existing ~antecedently in time.~Aquin.: 116 1, 70 | formed out of matter already existing, as animals and plants were ~ 117 1, 70 | lights are not mentioned as existing from the beginning, but ~ 118 1, 70 | body, although capable of existing apart from it. It ~is not, 119 1, 74 | The nature of light, as existing in a subject, was made on ~ 120 1, 74 | the ~diversity of opinion existing on two points, as already 121 1, 74 | the universe themselves existing under the proper forms, 122 1, 74 | distinction in bodies ~previously existing, as also has been shown ( 123 1, 77 | the body, that is, things ~existing in the body, as when it 124 1, 39 | are said to be ~in God, as existing in His knowledge. In this 125 1, 39 | truth can be considered as existing in the thought or in the 126 1, 40 | relation, ~considered as really existing in God, is the divine essence 127 1, 42 | eight modes of one thing ~existing in another, according to 128 1, 43 | as ~meaning a new way of existing in another; thus the Son 129 1, 43 | common mode, as the cause existing in the effects which ~participate 130 1, 43 | sent, the person Himself existing from another is ~designated, 131 1, 45 | that every being in any way existing is ~from God. For whatever 132 1, 45 | are beings or species not existing in singular things, and ~ 133 1, 45 | ideas - i.e. exemplar forms existing in the divine mind (Q[15], ~ 134 1, 46 | understood as ~first not existing at all, and afterwards as 135 1, 46 | at all, and afterwards as existing. But as action and ~passion 136 1, 46 | taken to signify ~a change existing between two forms.~Aquin.: 137 1, 47 | and not of time ~really existing; thus, when we say that 138 1, 49 | means that evil is not in existing things as a ~part, or as 139 1, 49 | natural property of any existing thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 140 1, 51 | example, that whiteness ~existing separate is infinite as 141 1, 52 | no incorporeal substances existing except as united to ~bodies; 142 1, 53 | that "it is not everything existing which is in a place, but ~ 143 1, 54 | he was being moved while existing in some place. But he was ~ 144 1, 56 | the likeness of the thing existing in another ~is there either 145 1, 56 | knowledge is not the cause of existing things; that belongs to 146 1, 57 | things, then such a nature ~existing within it would prevent 147 1, 57 | could not be known by the existing ~angels; or else he would 148 1, 57 | the species of such angel ~existing in his intellect, which 149 1, 58 | as ~they are here and now existing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 150 1, 58 | according to place are already existing in ~nature; and share in 151 1, 59 | imperfect, that is, of something existing in potentiality, but as 152 1, 59 | that is, of one actually existing. In this way ~understanding 153 1, 59 | less as to their mode ~of existing than do affirmation and 154 1, 59 | by the forms of things existing in the Word. For by beholding 155 1, 59 | merely the being of things as existing in the Word, but the ~being 156 1, 60 | movement of this kind from existing in the angels, ~since such 157 1, 62 | that angels and everything existing, ~except God, were made 158 1, 62 | that ~there were creatures existing beyond corporeal nature, 159 1, 62 | angel is not at one time existing ~and at another non-existing, 160 1, 63 | knowledge and love from existing in ~the angel conjointly 161 1, 64 | creation and of ~free-will from existing in the same instant.~Aquin.: 162 1, 66 | all things in whatever way existing have ~their being, whether 163 1, 66 | nothing is presupposed as ~existing, is the work of infinite 164 1, 66 | they say that from forms existing in the ~intellect of spiritual 165 1, 67 | Matter, therefore, whilst existing under ~the form of an incorruptible 166 1, 67 | OBJ 5: Place is implied as existing in the empyrean heaven, 167 1, 68 | pronounces light to be fire existing in its own ~proper matter: 168 1, 68 | darkness of the wicked, not as existing from the beginning ~but 169 1, 69 | is itself a fifth body, ~existing over and above these. This 170 1, 69 | not be made out of matter existing ~antecedently in time.~Aquin.: 171 1, 71 | formed out of matter already existing, as animals and plants were ~ 172 1, 71 | lights are not mentioned as existing from the beginning, but ~ 173 1, 71 | body, although capable of existing apart from it. It ~is not, 174 1, 73 | The nature of light, as existing in a subject, was made on ~ 175 1, 73 | the ~diversity of opinion existing on two points, as already 176 1, 73 | the universe themselves existing under the proper forms, 177 1, 73 | distinction in bodies ~previously existing, as also has been shown ( 178 1, 76 | the body, that is, things ~existing in the body, as when it 179 1, 77 | 9), is a kind of touch existing in the tongue ~only. It 180 1, 78 | from matter, and as forms existing in matter are not actually ~ 181 1, 78 | in act ~is not something existing in nature; if we consider 182 1, 78 | understanding is an individual act, existing in this or that time, ~inasmuch 183 1, 78 | which is moved by the object existing in ~act. Thus the active 184 1, 81 | to the thing ~itself as existing in itself. And therefore 185 1, 83 | actually understood is a form existing without ~matter. Therefore 186 1, 83 | actually intelligible, ~existing outside the soul. But these 187 1, 83 | ideas are permanent types existing ~in the Divine mind." If 188 1, 83 | types of all ~creatures existing in the Divine mind, according 189 1, 83 | is a quiddity or nature existing in corporeal ~matter; and 190 1, 83 | as much as it is known as existing ~in the individual. Now 191 1, 83 | perceive the universal nature existing in the individual. But if 192 1, 83 | which things are natures existing in individuals. ~Aquin.: 193 1, 84 | sensitive ~power is a form as existing in corporeal matter. And 194 1, 84 | power is therefore a form existing apart from ~matter: for 195 1, 84 | proper to it to know a form existing individually in corporeal 196 1, 84 | corporeal matter, but not as existing in this individual matter. 197 1, 84 | individual matter, not as existing in such matter, is to abstract 198 1, 84 | regard the species as not existing in matter, ~as Plato held. 199 1, 84 | the mode of ~a thing in existing: since the thing understood 200 1, 84 | animality or humanity as existing in the individual. And thus ~ 201 1, 84 | specific nature itself as existing in the singular, thus in 202 1, 84 | in a confused ~way, as existing in the whole, and thus they 203 1, 88 | joined to the body ~than when existing apart from it, being an 204 1, 88 | a mode suited to a soul existing apart ~from the body. Thus 205 1, 90 | fitting that a pure ~form, not existing in matter, should produce 206 1, 91 | was made to the already existing matter of the loaves ~and 207 1, 92 | likeness be ~only generic, or existing by virtue of some common 208 1, 92 | consider the image of God as existing in ~every part of man.~Aquin.: 209 1, 92 | Trinity may be considered as existing in ~the powers, and still 210 1, 92 | this trinity, first, as existing in the ~mind. But because 211 1, 92 | will, ~than in these as existing in the habitual retention 212 1, 92 | although not always actually existing, yet ever exist in their ~ 213 1, 92 | first as its preamble and ~existing in more things, and in this 214 1, 94 | to the soul through grace existing therein.~Aquin.: SMT FP 215 1, 95 | only powers of the soul existing in plants are ~nutritive, 216 1, 96 | added to the humor already ~existing, lessens the specific active 217 1, 102 | world is not ~something existing outside the world. For the 218 1, 102 | ways: first, as a form ~existing in us, such as health or 219 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A good existing in the universe, namely, 220 1, 103 | of itself, ~or in matter existing under a form which it cannot 221 1, 103 | such, and not merely as existing in this ~matter, consequently 222 1, 103 | is a ~cause of something existing. Therefore God cannot cause 223 1, 104 | But no other form not ~existing in matter can do this; because 224 1, 105 | enlightened by the types of existing things."~Aquin.: SMT FP 225 1, 110 | are nobler than the forms existing in sensible matter. But 226 1, 114 | Plato held ~that all forms existing in corporeal matter are 227 1, 114 | every principle of movement existing in that which is moved. ~ 228 1, 117 | impossible for an active power existing in matter ~to extend its 229 1, 118 | transformed into a fire already ~existing, then fire is said to be 230 2, 2 | attestation of excellence already existing: not that honor makes ~them 231 2, 2 | needs be derived from ~good existing in the man himself: and 232 2, 2 | itself, is as ~something existing in potentiality: for it 233 2, 3 | end is something created, existing in him, and this is ~nothing 234 2, 3 | happiness signifies something existing in the happy one: ~since 235 2, 3 | does not ~imply anything existing in the operator, but rather 236 2, 3 | happiness is something created, ~existing in him, we must needs say 237 2, 8 | appetite results from a form existing in the nature of ~things: 238 2, 8 | natural appetite tends to good existing in a ~thing; so the animal 239 2, 20 | the act of the will, as existing in the active ~cause, is 240 2, 22 | being related to things as existing in themselves: since it 241 2, 26 | arises from an apprehension ~existing, not in the subject of the 242 2, 27 | of knowledge, not indeed existing in natural things themselves, 243 2, 27 | may say that a heavy body existing outside its proper place 244 2, 28 | takes love as a passion existing in the ~sensitive appetite. 245 2, 31 | imperfect, i.e. of something existing in ~potentiality, as such": 246 2, 31 | perfect, i.e. of something ~existing in act," e.g. to understand, 247 2, 32 | considered in two ways: as existing ~actually, and as existing 248 2, 32 | existing ~actually, and as existing in the memory: and in both 249 2, 32 | Because sadness, as actually existing, causes pleasure, ~inasmuch 250 2, 32 | being the sign of a habit ~existing in us." But the actions 251 2, 32 | not proceed from habits ~existing in us, but, sometimes, from 252 2, 32 | sometimes, from habits existing in the agents. ~Therefore 253 2, 32 | become aware of some good existing in themselves. And since 254 2, 32 | imagination of abundant good existing in him, whereof he is ~able 255 2, 33 | in two ways; first, as ~existing in reality; secondly, as 256 2, 33 | in reality; secondly, as existing in the memory. Again thirst, ~ 257 2, 33 | Para. 2/4~Considered as existing in reality, pleasure does 258 2, 33 | consider pleasure, not as existing in reality, but as ~existing 259 2, 33 | existing in reality, but as ~existing in the memory, thus it has 260 2, 34 | simply, i.e. the good as existing apart from, and ~unparticipated 261 2, 38 | opposed to the ~relation existing between the cause of sorrow 262 2, 46 | in a fashion, actually existing therein.~Aquin.: SMT FS 263 2, 48 | greater anger banishes already existing anger," as the ~Philosopher 264 2, 51 | but strengthen the already existing habit; just as the remedies 265 2, 52 | addition to a magnitude already existing." Therefore in ~habits also 266 2, 61 | in two ways. First, as ~existing in the very act of reason: 267 2, 61 | virtue may be considered as existing ~originally in God, and 268 2, 66 | Whether all the virtues existing together in one subject 269 2, 79 | action is caused by something existing in act, since ~nothing produces 270 2, 93 | sovereign type [*Ratio] existing in God?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 271 2, 93 | is not a sovereign type ~existing in God. For there is only 272 2, 93 | does not seem to be a type existing in the Divine mind.~Aquin.: 273 2, 93 | the eternal law is a type existing ~in the Divine mind. Therefore 274 2, 97 | the fact that either the existing ~law is clearly unjust, 275 2, 102 | considered in the first place as existing in ~man, and consequently 276 2, 114 | But if we speak of man as existing in sin, a second ~reason 277 2, 114 | Q[113], A[2]), no one existing in ~a state of mortal sin 278 2, 6 | the cause of that thing as existing in its ~proper species, 279 2, 58 | justice, considered as ~existing chiefly in one who has authority.~ 280 2, 71 | diminish something ~already existing. But sometimes a man's good 281 2, 74 | signifies an evil already existing. Therefore the curser sins 282 2, 82 | adoration is shown to God as existing everywhere. Therefore ~exterior 283 2, 127 | honors which are things ~existing outside the soul.~Aquin.: 284 2, 161 | its cause." Now every good existing in a creature is a ~participated 285 2, 171 | denotes Divine knowledge as existing afar off. ~Wherefore it 286 3, 2 | is united to the already existing hypostasis or ~Person. Nor 287 3, 4 | representation by Divine impression, existing in the creature, and does ~ 288 3, 4 | Platonists held; ~secondly, as existing in an intellect either human 289 3, 4 | Thirdly, because a ~nature so existing would not be sensible, but 290 3, 7 | from the form of already existing fire. Now the human ~nature 291 3, 8 | act; such are those men existing in the ~world, who are not 292 3, 10 | knows in the Word all things existing in whatever time, ~and the 293 3, 11 | perfection of an actually existing ~knowledge is greater than 294 3, 11 | potentially or habitually existing ~knowledge. Therefore it 295 3, 16 | predicate, as if someone already existing of the "seed of ~David according 296 3, 16 | an individual substance existing in something else, it cannot 297 3, 21 | perfect, i.e. something existing in act, ~as to understand 298 3, 21 | always ~contemplating Him as existing above Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 299 3, 24 | began to be true that one existing in human nature was the 300 3, 31 | because Christ's flesh, as existing in Christ, was not ~subject 301 3, 33 | it were, of a man already existing and mounting up to the ~ 302 3, 34 | of human nature, ~already existing, as it were, to the Godhead. 303 3, 52 | implying that restfulness, existing there, from ~sensible pain; 304 3, 54 | the doors were shut, thus existing with another body in the 305 3, 58 | Godhead, "the ~Son of God existing before ages, as God and 306 3, 74 | set ~by nature upon all existing things, and a reckoning 307 3, 75 | belongs to things actually ~existing. Therefore the bread and 308 3, 75 | motion is the act of a thing existing ~in potentiality." But no 309 3, 75 | changed into fire not already existing, the form of fire ~begins 310 3, 76 | bodily eye sees Himself existing under the ~sacrament, yet 311 3, 77 | be in ~dimensive quantity existing outside matter; because 312 3, 77 | can the form ~itself thus existing be in another. As to the 313 3, 77 | although they are forms existing ~without matter, still retain 314 3, 78 | efficacious is it to make things existing to continue, and ~to be 315 3, 89 | consists) not only as ~actually existing, but also after they cease 316 Suppl, 12| removing inequality already ~existing, by punishing the past fault, 317 Suppl, 54| but a mutual relationship existing ~between certain persons, 318 Suppl, 70| Now ~the forms of things existing spiritually in the soul 319 Suppl, 72| in potentiality, whereas, existing by themselves, they are 320 Suppl, 72| be cleansed by fire as ~existing in its pure state. But in 321 Suppl, 72| good, than in the elements existing outside the human body. 322 Suppl, 72| body. Now the ~elements existing outside the human body will 323 Suppl, 75| as a kind of life to ~all existing in nature," just as the 324 Suppl, 76| species when the soul while existing in the body had led a life ~ 325 Suppl, 76| consequently the ~matter existing under those dimensions, 326 Suppl, 76| any other part of ~matter existing under any form whatever. 327 Suppl, 79| external sensation is a thing existing outside ~the soul and not 328 Suppl, 79| not an intention thereof existing in the imagination or ~reason, 329 Suppl, 89| Knowledge is only ~of existing things." Now whatever exists 330 Suppl, 89| infinite, is above all ~existing things. Therefore there 331 Suppl, 89| essence, surpasses all ~existing things which have a determinate 332 Suppl, 89| Hence it is that a form existing ~in matter is in no way 333 Suppl, 89| knowledge, while a form existing in ~the senses is somewhat 334 Suppl, 89| from matter, and a form existing in the intellect is still ~ 335 Suppl, 90| simply more ~perfect while existing in such a body than when 336 Suppl, 94| in its own matter, ~as existing in its own sphere, and in 337 Appen1, 2| virtue of grace, not only as existing ~in the habit, but also


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