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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 6 | whatever belongs to others accidentally belongs to Him essentially; ~ 2 1, 7 | absolutely; but that an accidentally infinite ~multitude was 3 1, 7 | multitude is said to be accidentally infinite when its existence 4 1, 7 | said that there can be an accidentally ~infinite multitude.~Aquin.: 5 1, 7 | multitude to exist, even accidentally. But a potentially infinite ~ 6 1, 8 | to quantity which it ~has accidentally, then it is not whole in 7 1, 8 | either of ~themselves or accidentally, except in reference to 8 1, 8 | belong to it to be everywhere accidentally, that is, merely on ~some 9 1, 8 | itself, exist ~in place, but accidentally; neither is the whole but 10 1, 8 | primarily indeed, but only accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[4] 11 1, 10 | not one absolutely, but ~accidentally. Therefore the true reason 12 1, 11 | absolutely and "many" ~accidentally. On the other hand, if it 13 1, 11 | hand, if it be undivided accidentally, and ~divided absolutely, 14 1, 11 | many" absolutely and "one" ~accidentally; as what are "many" in number 15 1, 11 | absolutely and by "many" accidentally. For multitude ~itself would 16 1, 11 | is so "per se" ~and not accidentally, it must be that the first 17 1, 14 | speculative knowledge, but only accidentally in ~so far as it is human.~ 18 1, 16 | intellect either essentially or accidentally. It is related essentially ~ 19 1, 16 | regards its essence; but ~accidentally to an intellect by which 20 1, 16 | intellect of the architect, ~but accidentally to the intellect upon which 21 1, 16 | a thing by what is in it accidentally, but by ~what is in it essentially. 22 1, 16 | corrupted of itself, but accidentally, in so ~far as this being 23 1, 17 | relatively by what belongs to it ~accidentally; a thing indeed may be called 24 1, 17 | to which it is compared accidentally. Now natural things depend 25 1, 17 | which are compared ~thereto accidentally, can be called false; not 26 1, 17 | nor of its own nature, but accidentally, as in sight, there is ~ 27 1, 17 | proper objects, except ~accidentally and rarely, and then, because 28 1, 17 | them not directly, but ~accidentally, or as a consequence of 29 1, 17 | intellect, falsity occurs also accidentally in ~that operation of the 30 1, 19 | Nevertheless evil may be sought accidentally, so far as it ~accompanies 31 1, 19 | be sought after, not even accidentally, unless the ~good that accompanies 32 1, 19 | itself ~ordered to good, but accidentally. For it is beside the intention 33 1, 19 | which ~appertains to it accidentally, but by that which belongs 34 1, 19 | of ~the universe, except accidentally, as said above (ad 1). Therefore ~ 35 1, 19 | directly, or indirectly and ~accidentally. He shows it directly when 36 1, 25 | which is only ~impossible accidentally. But God can do what is 37 1, 25 | what is only impossible accidentally. Now for the past not ~to 38 1, 25 | have been is impossible accidentally: thus for Socrates not to 39 1, 25 | Socrates not to be ~running is accidentally impossible, from the fact 40 1, 25 | Although it is impossible accidentally for the past not to ~have 41 1, 26 | term of generation belongs accidentally to a being, so far as it ~ 42 1, 29 | is essentially, and not accidentally," as Aristotle ~says (Phys. 43 1, 39 | generated and corrupted accidentally; whereas ~God begotten has 44 1, 39 | begotten either directly or accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 45 1, 39 | itself, and by no means ~accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 46 1, 46 | to proceed to infinity "accidentally" as regards efficient ~causes; 47 1, 46 | by means of many hammers accidentally, because one ~after the 48 1, 48 | order of the ~same, except accidentally, that is, by reason of some 49 1, 48 | infinitely, not "per se," but ~accidentally; according as the contrary 50 1, 49 | agent, not directly, but accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 51 1, 49 | though by doing this it also accidentally causes the other. But ~if 52 1, 49 | cause, whence evil follows accidentally.~ 53 1, 51 | Yet the angels are moved accidentally, when ~such bodies are moved, 54 1, 51 | yet the angels are ~moved accidentally according to the movement 55 1, 58 | angel; yet it does so happen accidentally; but very ~differently from 56 1, 58 | is, is ~always true, save accidentally, according as it is, in 57 1, 63 | some evil; not as evil, but accidentally, as connected ~with some 58 1, 63 | inclination to evil; yet only accidentally, inasmuch ~as evil is connected 59 1, 75 | either essentially, or accidentally; and such a mover can cause 60 1, 75 | moved essentially, is moved accidentally; and for this reason ~it 61 1, 75 | two ~ways - "per se," and accidentally. Now it is impossible for 62 1, 75 | be generated or corrupted accidentally, that is, by the generation 63 1, 76 | substantially one, but only accidentally one. ~Therefore a form cannot 64 1, 76 | is ~not attributed to him accidentally; since it is ascribed to 65 1, 76 | predicated of one another, either accidentally, (if the ~forms are not 66 1, 76 | predicated of the other, ~except accidentally, supposing these two forms 67 1, 76 | man essentially and not accidentally; and man is not ~part of 68 1, 76 | to forms, except perhaps accidentally; and then ~only to those 69 1, 76 | divided, the ~whiteness is accidentally divided. But a form which 70 1, 76 | hence it is not divided ~accidentally when the whole is divided. 71 1, 76 | either essentially or ~accidentally. But the second kind of 72 1, 76 | totality which whiteness has accidentally, then the ~whole whiteness 73 1, 76 | neither ~essentially, nor accidentally, as we have seen; it is 74 1, 39 | generated and corrupted accidentally; whereas ~God begotten has 75 1, 39 | begotten either directly or accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 76 1, 39 | itself, and by no means ~accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 77 1, 47 | to proceed to infinity "accidentally" as regards efficient ~causes; 78 1, 47 | by means of many hammers accidentally, because one ~after the 79 1, 49 | order of the ~same, except accidentally, that is, by reason of some 80 1, 49 | infinitely, not "per se," but ~accidentally; according as the contrary 81 1, 50 | agent, not directly, but accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 82 1, 50 | though by doing this it also accidentally causes the other. But ~if 83 1, 50 | cause, whence evil follows accidentally.~ 84 1, 52 | Yet the angels are moved accidentally, when ~such bodies are moved, 85 1, 52 | yet the angels are ~moved accidentally according to the movement 86 1, 59 | angel; yet it does so happen accidentally; but very ~differently from 87 1, 59 | is, is ~always true, save accidentally, according as it is, in 88 1, 64 | some evil; not as evil, but accidentally, as connected ~with some 89 1, 64 | inclination to evil; yet only accidentally, inasmuch ~as evil is connected 90 1, 74 | either essentially, or accidentally; and such a mover can cause 91 1, 74 | moved essentially, is moved accidentally; and for this reason ~it 92 1, 74 | two ~ways - "per se," and accidentally. Now it is impossible for 93 1, 74 | be generated or corrupted accidentally, that is, by the generation 94 1, 75 | substantially one, but only accidentally one. ~Therefore a form cannot 95 1, 75 | is ~not attributed to him accidentally; since it is ascribed to 96 1, 75 | predicated of one another, either accidentally, (if the ~forms are not 97 1, 75 | predicated of the other, ~except accidentally, supposing these two forms 98 1, 75 | man essentially and not accidentally; and man is not ~part of 99 1, 75 | to forms, except perhaps accidentally; and then ~only to those 100 1, 75 | divided, the ~whiteness is accidentally divided. But a form which 101 1, 75 | hence it is not divided ~accidentally when the whole is divided. 102 1, 75 | either essentially or ~accidentally. But the second kind of 103 1, 75 | totality which whiteness has accidentally, then the ~whole whiteness 104 1, 75 | neither ~essentially, nor accidentally, as we have seen; it is 105 1, 81 | is moved, except perhaps ~accidentally. But the intellect moves 106 1, 84 | in regard to color; has accidentally through some hindrance ~ 107 1, 84 | intellect, however, may be accidentally deceived in the quiddity 108 1, 86 | self-evident; or because it is not accidentally ~knowable, as color is visible 109 1, 88 | soul's ~very nature, but accidentally through its being bound 110 1, 103 | First, indirectly, and accidentally; ~thus a person is said 111 1, 103 | ways; first, indirectly and accidentally, by removing or hindering ~ 112 1, 106 | here and now," except ~accidentally on the part of the phantasms, 113 1, 114 | of corporeal organs, but ~accidentally: because the acts of such 114 1, 114 | however, that indirectly and accidentally, the impressions of ~heavenly 115 1, 114 | neither essentially nor accidentally, ~neither directly nor indirectly.~ 116 1, 114 | has a cause; but what is accidentally, has not a cause, ~because 117 1, 115 | of heavenly bodies, save accidentally and ~indirectly. Now the 118 1, 115 | all things that happen ~accidentally: for it has been said (Q[ 119 2, 1 | that which is its terminus ~accidentally, but only from that which 120 2, 1 | another not essentially but accidentally; for ~accidental causes 121 2, 1 | those ~things which are accidentally connected, nothing hinders 122 2, 9 | bodily organs, can be moved accidentally, by the heavenly bodies, 123 2, 18 | cannot be a cause, save accidentally, as Dionysius ~declares ( 124 2, 18 | 2: Every accident is not accidentally in its subject; for some ~ 125 2, 18 | as being ordained thereto accidentally; thus to take what belongs 126 2, 18 | to ~another is ordained accidentally to the giving of alms. Now 127 2, 18 | essentially: and if they divide it accidentally, the division is ~incorrect: 128 2, 19 | powers; except perhaps ~accidentally, in so far as one end depends 129 2, 19 | good: ~except, perhaps, accidentally, in so far as a man by willing 130 2, 19 | but according as it is accidentally apprehended by reason as ~ 131 2, 19 | character ~of goodness or malice accidentally; but also that which is 132 2, 19 | but that which is evil ~accidentally, through being apprehended 133 2, 19 | but because it is evil accidentally, through the ~apprehension 134 2, 19 | follow ~right reason; but accidentally, he is also one who does 135 2, 22 | cannot be in the soul, save accidentally, in ~so far, to wit, as 136 2, 22 | be moved, yet it belongs accidentally as stated in De ~Anima i, 137 2, 22 | found in the soul, except accidentally: but the composite, which 138 2, 24 | of reason ~are no longer accidentally in the passions of the appetite, 139 2, 29 | A[4] Body Para. 2/3~But accidentally it happens that a man hates 140 2, 29 | and in this way, a man accidentally wills evil ~to himself; 141 2, 29 | when it enlightens. But accidentally, the ~knowledge of truth 142 2, 31 | reason of something else, and accidentally as it were. For ~since time 143 2, 31 | therein will be in time accidentally: whereas if it be altogether ~ 144 2, 31 | by reason ~of itself or accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 145 2, 31 | morose, according as ~it is accidentally in time.~Aquin.: SMT FS 146 2, 31 | specific nature, becomes accidentally natural to this ~individual: 147 2, 32 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Sometimes accidentally a thing is the cause of 148 2, 32 | hurtful to our own good, thus accidentally it causes disgust or sadness, ~ 149 2, 32 | sometimes more pleasing accidentally, in so far ~as it proceeds 150 2, 33 | desire for itself, but only accidentally; provided we take ~thirst 151 2, 33 | delight: except, perchance, ~accidentally, in so far as the work of 152 2, 34 | than that which is such accidentally. But pleasure is not ~universally 153 2, 35 | contrary causing the other ~accidentally: and thus sorrow can be 154 2, 35 | itself can be pleasurable accidentally in so far as it ~is accompanied 155 2, 35 | versa, not essentially but accidentally: that is, in so far as ~ 156 2, 35 | 35] A[5] Body Para. 3/4~Accidentally, however, sorrow is mingled 157 2, 35 | these ways, is the pain thus accidentally ~mingled with contemplation, 158 2, 35 | sorrow connected with it save accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 159 2, 35 | it can, however, be evil accidentally, i.e. in so far as the ~ 160 2, 35 | flesh affects contemplation accidentally ~and indirectly, as stated 161 2, 35 | Para. 2/2~But it happens accidentally that a man shuns sorrow 162 2, 35 | pleasure is sought" is true accidentally but not simply. And this 163 2, 35 | is felt. And then ~too, accidentally, in so far as the senses 164 2, 37 | moderate, it can conduce accidentally to the ~facility of learning, 165 2, 38 | excessive, in which case, accidentally, they lessen it.~Aquin.: 166 2, 40 | however it ~regards evil accidentally, as making the difficult 167 2, 40 | inexperience can be a cause of hope accidentally ~as it were, by removing 168 2, 40 | not hope in him, except ~accidentally, that is, in so far as we 169 2, 43 | ensues: so that ~sometimes, accidentally, fear gives rise to love; 170 2, 43 | some defect causes fear accidentally, in ~so far as owing to 171 2, 45 | account of a defect, but accidentally, i.e. in so far as through ~ 172 2, 45 | defect causes daring except accidentally, ~i.e. in so far as some 173 2, 64 | extremes in theological virtue, accidentally and in reference to us.~ 174 2, 72 | of the act, is ~referred accidentally to the intention of the 175 2, 72 | sinner, wherefore it is accidentally ~referred to sin on the 176 2, 73 | is connected with the sin accidentally, it does not ~aggravate 177 2, 73 | incurs. Such like harm, if accidentally connected with the sinful 178 2, 76 | the intention, is done ~accidentally. Now the intention cannot 179 2, 76 | voluntary, ~but indirectly or accidentally, as when a man is unwilling 180 2, 76 | sin directly, but only ~accidentally; wherefore, in that case 181 2, 77 | he turns, which results accidentally from his turning to ~something 182 2, 77 | turning to ~something else - accidentally, i.e. beside his intention. 183 2, 77 | aversion, which follows ~accidentally from the adherence, as stated 184 2, 82 | not do so, indirectly and accidentally, i.e. by the removal of 185 2, 85 | reason of ~itself; secondly, accidentally. By reason of itself, one 186 2, 85 | cause of these defects. Accidentally, one thing is the cause 187 2, 85 | displacing a pillar a man moves accidentally the ~stone resting thereon." 188 2, 87 | sin. For that which is accidentally related to a thing, does 189 2, 87 | the debt of punishment is accidentally related ~to sin, for it 190 2, 87 | be the punishment of sin accidentally in ~three ways. First, when 191 2, 87 | this is also a punishment accidentally. It ~is in this sense that 192 2, 87 | merely medicinal (except accidentally, if he consent to the other' 193 2, 88 | or occasion of mortal sin accidentally; whereas ~a venial sin, 194 2, 88 | it last, unless ~perhaps accidentally; for instance, if it were 195 2, 91 | ordained to the end - except accidentally, in a ~governor whose end 196 2, 100 | does in ~ignorance, he does accidentally. Hence according to both 197 2, 102 | foods can defile the soul accidentally; in so far as man partakes ~ 198 2, 112 | partakes of the life of grace accidentally, and ~hence man may possess 199 2, 113 | but ~is subject to time accidentally, inasmuch as it understands 200 2, 4 | virtues can precede faith accidentally. For an ~accidental cause 201 2, 4 | cause precedes its effect accidentally. Now that which removes ~ 202 2, 4 | be said to precede ~faith accidentally, in so far as they remove 203 2, 14 | beloved by all; and ~yet, accidentally it may be hateful to someone, 204 2, 16 | although this may ~happen to it accidentally with regard to something 205 2, 34 | hinders a sin from being penal accidentally, as ~stated above (FS, Q[ 206 2, 35 | first, directly; secondly, accidentally. Now, human acts and ~movements 207 2, 35 | discord is in this case accidentally contrary to ~the Divine 208 2, 36 | does so not directly ~but accidentally, in which way nothing hinders 209 2, 41 | in two ways, directly and accidentally. Directly, when a man either ~ 210 2, 57 | involuntarily; but that ~accidentally and materially so to speak, 211 2, 57 | does no injustice except accidentally, as stated above ~(A[2])~ 212 2, 62 | is voluntary and intended accidentally, according as that ~which 213 2, 63 | of the whole body, yet, accidentally it may happen to be hurtful, 214 2, 68 | directly an ~intentionally, but accidentally contrary to what he intends.~ 215 2, 70 | formally and essentially, but accidentally and ~materially, in so far 216 2, 71 | but only materially and accidentally as it were. And if such 217 2, 74 | strictly speaking, but ~accidentally, because the chief intention 218 2, 74 | reflects on God, and thus ~accidentally it has the character of 219 2, 75 | and selling, considered as accidentally ~tending to the advantage 220 2, 80 | and was delighted"; but accidentally this consideration causes 221 2, 80 | s own failings), and joy accidentally, namely, through ~hope of 222 2, 81 | nature, in another way, accidentally. Of its very nature the 223 2, 81 | are directed to beatitude accidentally by the removal of obstacles. ~ 224 2, 84 | oblation. But ~it may happen accidentally that one may not make an 225 2, 86 | that may become dangerous ~accidentally. Wherefore it is written ( 226 2, 86 | they ~are related to vows accidentally: and consequently a solemnization 227 2, 86 | the person. And if ~indeed accidentally it prove a source of danger 228 2, 93 | place all effects that occur accidentally, whether in human affairs ~ 229 2, 93 | body, because what occurs ~accidentally, neither is a "being" properly 230 2, 93 | of this kind are related accidentally to future ~occurrences, 231 2, 97 | sacrilege ~materially and accidentally as it were. Hence Jerome [* 232 2, 99 | say, both essentially, and accidentally. We owe them essentially 233 2, 99 | reverence ~and service. Accidentally, that is due to a father, 234 2, 102 | obey him, except perhaps accidentally, in order to avoid scandal ~ 235 2, 104 | relation of principle; but accidentally he owes him assistance or ~ 236 2, 108 | falseness essentially and truth accidentally, and ~attains the specific 237 2, 108 | is in it materially and ~accidentally. Hence it is more in opposition 238 2, 108 | evil intended; ~thirdly, accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] A[ 239 2, 108 | s neighbor is intended. Accidentally a lie may ~be contrary to 240 2, 108 | perfect men, except perhaps accidentally on account of scandal. We 241 2, 110 | not ~intentionally but accidentally: and consequently boasting 242 2, 120 | so forth are due to them accidentally, for instance, because ~ 243 2, 121 | thing that hurts; though ~accidentally it helps in aggression, 244 2, 121 | to withstand danger: yet accidentally sometimes it helps one to ~ 245 2, 127 | account than that which is so accidentally. ~Wherefore the difficult 246 2, 131 | he ~injures no one, save accidentally, by omitting to do what 247 2, 139 | they need no control, save ~accidentally, in so far as one spiritual 248 2, 142 | as such. Yet ~it happens accidentally that a man is ashamed of 249 2, 147 | it may ~become unlawful accidentally. This is sometimes owing 250 2, 148 | from ~things that occur accidentally and beside the intention, 251 2, 156 | be the door to the vices accidentally, ~that is by removing obstacles, 252 2, 160 | Secondly, indirectly and accidentally as it were, ~that is by 253 2, 161 | one follows from ~another accidentally. And thus it does not follow 254 2, 162 | defect is that which ~results accidentally from this punishment; for 255 2, 165 | good, but it may be evil accidentally, by reason of some result, 256 2, 165 | of truth as having evil accidentally annexed to it, for ~instance 257 2, 182 | another, secondarily and ~accidentally. Primarily and essentially 258 2, 186 | essentials differ only ~accidentally. Now there is no religious 259 2, 186 | not specifically, but only accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 260 2, 187 | 2/2~Nevertheless it is accidentally competent to parents to 261 3, 2 | nature was united to the Word accidentally?~(7) Whether the union itself 262 3, 2 | is essentially and not ~accidentally." Now this principle is 263 3, 2 | united to the Word of God accidentally?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[6] 264 3, 2 | united to the Word of God ~accidentally. For the Apostle says (Phil. 265 3, 2 | as a man." But habit is accidentally associated with ~that to 266 3, 2 | Therefore human nature is ~accidentally united to the Son of God.~ 267 3, 2 | complete in being ~comes to it accidentally, for an accident is said 268 3, 2 | Therefore it came to Him ~accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[6] 269 3, 2 | nature must have accrued ~accidentally to the Son of God.~Aquin.: 270 3, 2 | Further, an instrument accrues accidentally. But the human nature ~was 271 3, 2 | united to the Son ~of God accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[6] 272 3, 2 | Whatever is predicated accidentally, predicates, not ~substance, 273 3, 2 | the human nature accrues accidentally, when we say Christ is ~ 274 3, 2 | were united to the Word accidentally, so that the ~number of 275 3, 2 | completion of the being comes ~accidentally, unless it be taken into 276 3, 2 | which pre-exists, ~yet not accidentally, because it is assumed unto 277 3, 2 | the human ~nature is not accidentally united to the Son of God.~ 278 3, 2 | Divine did not take place ~accidentally, as was shown above (A[6]). 279 3, 3 | several natures may concur accidentally, as ~in the person of one 280 3, 3 | concourse of natures in it, not accidentally, but in subsistence.~Aquin.: 281 3, 6 | the subsistence, and not accidentally, as was shown above (Q[2], ~ 282 3, 16 | in which neither ~exists accidentally, but [both] essentially. 283 3, 16 | is ~not predicated of God accidentally, but essentially, as being 284 3, 17 | hypostatically or personally, but accidentally, as some maintained, it ~ 285 3, 17 | Q[2], AA[5],6), and not ~accidentally, it follows that by the 286 3, 59 | soul is ~changeable only accidentally, on account of the body, 287 3, 65 | life, ~not directly, but accidentally, as it were, that is to 288 3, 68 | imbeciles lack the use of reason accidentally, ~i.e. through some impediment 289 3, 76 | according to what is coupled ~accidentally with it: thus an object 290 3, 76 | concomitantly and ~as it were accidentally, therefore the dimensive 291 3, 76 | locally of Himself, but only accidentally, because Christ is ~not 292 3, 76 | of Christ, being ~moved accidentally, according to the existence 293 3, 77 | Qualities are divisible only accidentally, that is, by ~reason of 294 3, 77 | form is corrupted except accidentally, that is, when ~its subject 295 3, 77 | themselves; in another way, accidentally. They could be ~corrupted 296 3, 80 | it eats Christ's ~body "accidentally," and not sacramentally, 297 3, 80 | all ~essentially, secondly accidentally. Essentially, in regard 298 3, 80 | 80] A[5] Body Para. 2/3~Accidentally, one sin can be graver than 299 3, 80 | the mouth, if swallowed accidentally, do not ~hinder receiving 300 3, 84 | ordained to ~man's salvation accidentally as it were, and on something 301 3, 89 | even as a ~virtuous man may accidentally find it hard to do an act 302 Suppl, 5 | but is ~connected with it accidentally: nor again is it under our 303 Suppl, 6 | bound in two ways. First, ~accidentally, viz. when he is bound to 304 Suppl, 13| actions of another, except accidentally, in so far as a man, by 305 Suppl, 34| difference of ~nature, unless accidentally, in so far as difference 306 Suppl, 50| impediments that hinder a good accidentally are ~infinite in number, 307 Suppl, 55| to me, not directly but accidentally as it ~were: wherefore he 308 Suppl, 56| person's spiritual birth save accidentally, since one of ~them would 309 Suppl, 62| lawful, unless it become ~accidentally unlawful, in so far as the 310 Suppl, 62| continence, he may ~be bound accidentally; for instance, if his wife 311 Suppl, 65| all times and places; but accidentally on account of some impediment ~ 312 Suppl, 65| nature, but it ~may happen accidentally that a person is ambidextrous, 313 Suppl, 69| Abraham's bosom were one place accidentally and not essentially: and ~ 314 Suppl, 69| since things that ~are one accidentally may be parted from one another.~ 315 Suppl, 70| penal or unpleasant ~nature accidentally, in so far, to wit, as it 316 Suppl, 70| to be seen, there may be accidentally ~something corruptive of 317 Suppl, 71| for another's deeds save accidentally in so far as he is somewhat ~ 318 Suppl, 76| form to ~matter, but only accidentally, as mover to the thing moved, [* 319 Suppl, 76| differ from sense ~except accidentally, so that man would be said 320 Suppl, 79| material alteration is only ~accidentally related to the act of sensation 321 Suppl, 92| thereby, belongs ~to it accidentally: thus it belongs to grace 322 Suppl, 92| make a man ~righteous, but accidentally to make an ungodly man righteous. ~ 323 Suppl, 94| Para. 2/4~Yet it happens accidentally that seeing is painful, 324 Suppl, 95| eligible, not in itself but accidentally, as putting ~an end to unhappiness. 325 Suppl, 95| not in itself, but only ~accidentally, as stated already.~Aquin.: 326 Suppl, 95| delightful in ~itself, it may accidentally be the cause of sorrow, 327 Suppl, 95| Time causes forgetfulness accidentally, in so far as the ~movement 328 Suppl, 96| those things that happen accidentally, since ~it is contrary to 329 Suppl, 96| punishment relates to the soul accidentally, ~it relates essentially


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