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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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move

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | moved, i.e. that it ~should move itself. Therefore, whatever 2 1, 2 | that ~subsequent movers move only inasmuch as they are 3 1, 2 | lacks intelligence cannot move towards an end, unless it 4 1, 5 | come first, both of which move the agent to act; secondly, 5 1, 5 | that ~an end is said to move.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[4] 6 1, 7 | place. Neither could it move ~circularly; forasmuch as 7 1, 18 | live when it ~begins to move of itself: and as long as 8 1, 18 | properly called living that move themselves by some kind 9 1, 18 | and other living things move with vital movement, in 10 1, 18 | way. They do not therefore move ~themselves, as do living 11 1, 18 | to live inasmuch as they move themselves, as previously 12 1, 18 | that thing. In things that move and are moved, a threefold 13 1, 18 | Accordingly there are things that move themselves, not in respect 14 1, 18 | kind are ~plants, which move themselves according to 15 1, 18 | of touch, as shellfish, move only with the motion of ~ 16 1, 18 | apart from ~themselves, can move themselves to a distance 17 1, 18 | Hence ~such animals as move themselves in respect to 18 1, 18 | these by their command move the organs of movement. 19 1, 18 | understands itself is said to move itself. It is in ~this sense 20 1, 18 | 28), "In Him we live, and move, and be." But not all things 21 1, 18 | says, "In ~Him we live, move, and be"; since our being, 22 1, 20 | cognitive faculty does not move except through the ~medium 23 1, 22 | separate substances, which ~move corporeal things in a circular 24 1, 25 | infinite, because it can move in an ~infinite time. It 25 1, 25 | if such existed, would move without time; ~not, however, 26 1, 25 | the more quickly does it move; ~the necessary conclusion 27 1, 25 | were infinite, it would ~move beyond comparison faster, 28 1, 25 | comparison faster, and this is to move without time. An ~incorporeal 29 1, 25 | manifested in motion, so ~as to move without time; and especially 30 1, 36 | is a property of ~love to move and impel the will of the 31 1, 43 | all faith so that I could move mountains, and have not ~ 32 1, 46 | But neither ~begins to move except by some pre-existing 33 1, 51 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to move hither and thither is one 34 1, 51 | are ~manifestly seen to move in their assumed bodies. 35 1, 53 | that when it ~begins to move, it gradually quits the 36 1, 57 | heavenly spheres, and to move them according to their 37 1, 63 | creation; as fire begins to move upwards in the first ~instant 38 1, 66 | Holy Ghost, Who is said to "move over the ~waters," not, 39 1, 66 | craftsman's will may be ~said to move over the material to which 40 1, 66 | movement; for one body cannot ~move another unless itself also 41 1, 70 | intermediate element, for they move in air and water, which ~ 42 1, 70 | animals are brought forth, to move upon the earth and adorn 43 1, 70 | only beings that are living move themselves, as is ~shown 44 1, 70 | that the soul, in ~order to move the heavenly body, need 45 1, 70 | 5: The heaven is said to move itself in as far as it is ~ 46 1, 71 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, fishes move in the waters, and birds 47 1, 71 | by nature constituted to move with certain specific ~motions, 48 1, 71 | the bodies in which ~they move; and hence the words in 49 1, 71 | higher region. But birds move in the ~lower part of the 50 1, 73 | Divine ~goodness is said to move and go forth to its object, 51 1, 73 | outside itself, is said to move ~towards it. Hence rest 52 1, 74 | it does not befit ~God to move and to occupy place. Therefore 53 1, 74 | understood, since all these move heavenwards, if light, or ~ 54 1, 74 | Holy Ghost, Who is said to "move over ~the water" - that 55 1, 75 | of the body. Nor does it move unless moved. First, because ~ 56 1, 75 | because ~seemingly nothing can move unless it is itself moved, 57 1, 75 | Whence ~it is clear that to move is not an act of the sensitive 58 1, 76 | for a thing is ~said to move or act, either by virtue 59 1, 76 | the intellect does ~not move the body except through 60 1, 76 | OBJ 2: The soul does not move the body by its essence, 61 1, 76 | be required the power to ~move the body; and on the part 62 1, 76 | part through which it would move the others. But ~since the 63 1, 43 | all faith so that I could move mountains, and have not ~ 64 1, 47 | voluntary. But neither begins to move except by some pre-existing 65 1, 52 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to move hither and thither is one 66 1, 52 | are ~manifestly seen to move in their assumed bodies. 67 1, 54 | that when it ~begins to move, it gradually quits the 68 1, 58 | heavenly spheres, and to move them according to their 69 1, 64 | creation; as fire begins to move upwards in the first ~instant 70 1, 67 | Holy Ghost, Who is said to "move over the ~waters," not, 71 1, 67 | craftsman's will may be ~said to move over the material to which 72 1, 67 | movement; for one body cannot ~move another unless itself also 73 1, 71 | intermediate element, for they move in air and water, which ~ 74 1, 71 | animals are brought forth, to move upon the earth and adorn 75 1, 71 | only beings that are living move themselves, as is ~shown 76 1, 71 | that the soul, in ~order to move the heavenly body, need 77 1, 71 | 5: The heaven is said to move itself in as far as it is ~ 78 1, 71 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, fishes move in the waters, and birds 79 1, 71 | by nature constituted to move with certain specific ~motions, 80 1, 71 | the bodies in which ~they move; and hence the words in 81 1, 71 | higher region. But birds move in the ~lower part of the 82 1, 72 | Divine ~goodness is said to move and go forth to its object, 83 1, 72 | outside itself, is said to move ~towards it. Hence rest 84 1, 73 | it does not befit ~God to move and to occupy place. Therefore 85 1, 73 | understood, since all these move heavenwards, if light, or ~ 86 1, 73 | Holy Ghost, Who is said to "move over ~the water" - that 87 1, 74 | of the body. Nor does it move unless moved. First, because ~ 88 1, 74 | because ~seemingly nothing can move unless it is itself moved, 89 1, 74 | Whence ~it is clear that to move is not an act of the sensitive 90 1, 75 | for a thing is ~said to move or act, either by virtue 91 1, 75 | the intellect does ~not move the body except through 92 1, 75 | OBJ 2: The soul does not move the body by its essence, 93 1, 75 | be required the power to ~move the body; and on the part 94 1, 75 | part through which it would move the others. But ~since the 95 1, 77 | disposition, ~they do not move in obedience to the appetite. ~( 96 1, 77 | common sensibles do not move the senses first and of 97 1, 79 | for the appetible does not move the appetite except as it 98 1, 81 | seem that the will does not move the intellect. For what ~ 99 1, 81 | Therefore the ~will does not move the intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 100 1, 81 | Therefore the will does not ~move the intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 101 1, 81 | that, A thing is said to move in two ways: First, as an 102 1, 81 | Secondly, a thing is said to move as an ~agent, as what alters 103 1, 81 | than the intellect, and can move it. From this we can ~easily 104 1, 85 | practical intellect ~does not move save through the medium 105 1, 85 | necessary that Socrates move if he runs. ~Now contingency 106 1, 102 | things to be governed, which move or work for an end. ~But 107 1, 102 | part of the world do not ~move, or work for an end; for 108 1, 102 | Secondly, a thing is said to move or operate for an end, as 109 1, 103 | a finite power cannot move in infinite time." Therefore 110 1, 104 | inquiry:~(1) Whether God can move immediately the matter to 111 1, 104 | Whether He can immediately move a body?~(3) Whether He can 112 1, 104 | body?~(3) Whether He can move the intellect?~(4) Whether 113 1, 104 | intellect?~(4) Whether He can move the will?~(5) Whether God 114 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Whether God can move the matter immediately to 115 1, 104 | would seem that God cannot move the matter immediately to ~ 116 1, 104 | general assertion does ~not move the mind, except by means 117 1, 104 | 1~I answer that, God can move matter immediately to form; 118 1, 104 | composite generator can move matter to a form by generating 119 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Whether God can move a body immediately?~Aquin.: 120 1, 104 | would seem that God cannot move a body immediately. For 121 1, 104 | Therefore ~God cannot move a body immediately.~Aquin.: 122 1, 104 | power. Therefore God cannot move a body ~immediately.~Aquin.: 123 1, 104 | Therefore God cannot move a body immediately.~Aquin.: 124 1, 104 | Therefore God alone ~can move a body immediately.~Aquin.: 125 1, 104 | possibly doubt that God can move immediately any bodies whatever. ~ 126 1, 104 | it follows that He can move ~any body whatever in respect 127 1, 104 | that the first mover can move in infinite time). ~Now 128 1, 104 | a power "of bulk," would move without ~time, which is 129 1, 104 | infinite power does not move in any time; for between 130 1, 104 | God does not immediately move the created ~intellect. 131 1, 104 | so apparently God cannot move the ~created intellect.~ 132 1, 104 | intellect. Therefore God cannot move ~our intellect.~Aquin.: 133 1, 104 | movement, so that is said to move ~the intellect, which is 134 1, 104 | So a thing is said to ~move the intellect, whether it 135 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Whether God can move the created will?~Aquin.: 136 1, 104 | would seem that God cannot move the created will. For whatever ~ 137 1, 104 | another. ~Therefore God cannot move the will.~Aquin.: SMT FP 138 1, 104 | Therefore God does not move the will.~Aquin.: SMT FP 139 1, 104 | efficaciously. For nothing can move a movable ~thing sufficiently 140 1, 104 | ways it belongs to God to move the will; but especially ~ 141 1, 104 | a heavy body is ~made to move downwards by that which 142 1, 104 | natural inclination to ~move downwards; and that would 143 1, 105 | threefold: (1) How the angels move, who are purely spiritual ~ 144 1, 105 | creatures; (2) How bodies move; (3) How man moves, who 145 1, 105 | seem that one angel can move another angel's will. ~Because, 146 1, 105 | Therefore an angel can ~move another angel's will.~Aquin.: 147 1, 105 | Therefore an angel ~does not move the will sufficiently, either 148 1, 105 | Therefore an angel cannot move another angel's will.~Aquin.: 149 1, 109 | own power can immediately move bodies ~locally?~(4) Whether 150 1, 109 | it, and by which it can move other ~things. But an angel' 151 1, 109 | any body; hence it can ~move locally bodies not joined 152 1, 110 | appetible good, so far does he move the will. In this way also 153 1, 110 | way also God alone ~can move the will efficaciously; 154 1, 110 | efficaciously; but an angel and man move the will by ~way of persuasion, 155 1, 110 | rouse these passions, can move ~the will, not however by 156 1, 110 | Therefore an angel can move the imagination. ~Aquin.: 157 1, 110 | their own natural power ~can move the human imagination. This 158 1, 110 | the ~animal spirits, "and move the sensitive principle"; 159 1, 110 | A[2]). Likewise he can move the spirits and ~humors 160 1, 112 | order to regulate them and move them to good.~Aquin.: SMT 161 1, 114 | and the more difficult to move. Therefore no corporeal ~ 162 1, 114 | spiritual substances, that move the heavenly bodies, do ~ 163 1, 114 | make ~statues to speak and move, and other like things.~ 164 1, 114 | property of which is to move what ~is moist. And it is 165 1, 116 | separate soul of man can move bodies by local movement?~ 166 1, 116 | separate human soul can move bodies at least locally?~ 167 1, 116 | separate human soul can move bodies at least ~locally. 168 1, 116 | substance. Therefore it can move exterior bodies by its ~ 169 1, 116 | separate soul has the power ~to move bodies locally.~Aquin.: 170 1, 116 | 3) that the soul ~cannot move any other body whatsoever 171 1, 116 | cannot by its natural power move a ~body. For it is manifest 172 1, 116 | to the body, ~it does not move the body except as endowed 173 1, 116 | naturally ~determinate to move a certain body, that substance 174 1, 116 | substance will not be able to ~move a body of higher degree, 175 1, 116 | the lower heaven cannot move the ~higher heaven. Wherefore, 176 1, 116 | its nature determinate to ~move the body of which it is 177 1, 116 | cannot by its natural power ~move any other body.~Aquin.: 178 1, 117 | otherwise it could not ~move the body; and since it is 179 2, 1 | act. But an agent does not move except out of ~intention 180 2, 1 | are possessed ~of reason, move themselves to an end; because 181 2, 1 | which neither can the others move, since ~they move only through 182 2, 1 | others move, since ~they move only through being moved 183 2, 1 | there will be nothing to move the appetite. On the other ~ 184 2, 1 | secondary moving causes do not move save inasmuch as ~they are 185 2, 1 | of the ~appetite do not move the appetite, except as 186 2, 6 | intrinsic principle, ~some move themselves, some not. For 187 2, 6 | like things are not said to move ~themselves, but to be moved 188 2, 6 | knowledge of the end are said to move themselves because there 189 2, 6 | than the human will, can move the ~will of man, according 190 2, 9 | the ~intellect does not move the will.~Aquin.: SMT FS 191 2, 9 | neither does the intellect move ~the will.~Aquin.: SMT FS 192 2, 9 | Therefore the intellect does not move the will.~Aquin.: SMT FS 193 2, 9 | actual; and to do this is to ~move. Now a power of the soul 194 2, 9 | the intellect does not ~move, but that it does not move 195 2, 9 | move, but that it does not move of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT 196 2, 9 | or harmfulness, does not move the sensitive appetite; 197 2, 9 | sensitive ~appetite. For "to move and to act is more excellent 198 2, 9 | sensitive appetite ~does not move the will.~Aquin.: SMT FS 199 2, 9 | sensitive appetite does not move the will.~Aquin.: SMT FS 200 2, 9 | irascible and concupiscible can move counter ~to the will: and 201 2, 9 | seem that the will does not move itself. For every ~mover, 202 2, 9 | therefore, can the will move itself.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 203 2, 9 | If, therefore, the will move itself, it would follow 204 2, 9 | Therefore the will does not move itself.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 205 2, 9 | had it not the power ~to move itself to will. Therefore 206 2, 9 | it belongs to the will to move ~the other powers, by reason 207 2, 9 | proximate agent; but it cannot move ~itself in every respect, 208 2, 9 | heavens. Therefore the heavens move the human will.~Aquin.: 209 2, 9 | heavenly bodies could not move man's will. ~Therefore the 210 2, 9 | as exterior bodies, which move the will, through being 211 2, 9 | possible for something to move a ~natural thing, without 212 2, 10 | Thus fire does not always move upwards, but only when it 213 2, 10 | any respect, it will not move of ~necessity, as stated 214 2, 10 | universal reason ~does not move save by means of a particular 215 2, 10 | He ~does not of necessity move man's will.~Aquin.: SMT 216 2, 15 | in ~whose power it is to move the appetite: thus to touch 217 2, 17 | it belongs to the will to move all the other powers ~of 218 2, 17 | the second mover does not ~move, save in virtue of the first 219 2, 17 | OBJ 1: To command is to move, not anyhow, but by intimating 220 2, 17 | OBJ 1: The members do not move themselves, but are moved 221 2, 37 | not ~naturally ordained to move such other bodies as are 222 2, 38 | speculative intellect does not move the mind on the ~part of 223 2, 42 | Further, nature does not move to contraries. But evil 224 2, 44 | heat and vital spirits move from the heart downwards, 225 2, 54 | just as several objects can move one passive ~power, so can 226 2, 58 | whose function it is to move all the powers to their ~ 227 2, 58 | Phys. ii, text. 3). ~Now to move the faculties to act is 228 2, 66 | whose function it is to move the other ~powers to act, 229 2, 74 | matter, and which do not move themselves, but ~move other 230 2, 74 | not move themselves, but ~move other things; the contrary 231 2, 75 | Q[10], A[4]), none can move ~the will inwardly save 232 2, 75 | certain ~external sensibles move it. Yet neither does external 233 2, 75 | does external enticement move the ~reason, of necessity, 234 2, 75 | externally, of necessity move the sensitive appetite, 235 2, 75 | does not, of necessity, move the reason and will. Therefore 236 2, 77 | the sensitive appetite can move or incline the ~will?~(2) 237 2, 77 | sensitive appetite does not move the will.~Aquin.: SMT FS 238 2, 77 | sensitive ~appetite cannot move the intellective appetite.~ 239 2, 77 | appetite cannot draw or move ~the will directly; but 240 2, 77 | an epileptic, whose limbs move in ~a manner contrary to 241 2, 80 | sin, except that which can move the will to act.~Aquin.: 242 2, 80 | apprehended appetible is ~said to move the appetite: secondly by 243 2, 80 | approach ~from without, move a man's will to sin. In 244 2, 80 | whereas the devil ~cannot move us in this way.~Aquin.: 245 2, 80 | species, and continue to move the apprehensive principle, 246 2, 80 | 39). Now ~the devil can move man's imagination, as stated 247 2, 80 | is greater than man, can move man's ~will; God alone can 248 2, 80 | the imagination ~does not move the will, of necessity, 249 2, 82 | whose function ~it is to move all the other parts to the 250 2, 84 | a particular good, they ~move the appetite more than any 251 2, 85 | equal; but that one will move with ~greater velocity, 252 2, 90 | properly to the will to move to act, as is evident from ~ 253 2, 93 | the second mover does ~not move except in so far as it is 254 2, 93 | irrational creatures do not move themselves, but are moved 255 2, 96 | their own they will not move them" (Mt. 23:3,4). Hence, ~ 256 2, 99 | Now these ~similitudes move the soul more when they 257 2, 99 | any precepts, needs ~to move him at first by things for 258 2, 102 | they shall be and shall move between thy eyes'], ~the 259 2, 109 | he needed God's help to ~move him to it; but in the state 260 2, 109 | need the help of God to move us, is manifest. For since 261 2, 110 | that not merely does He move them to their natural ~acts, 262 2, 111 | mind is ~moved and does not move, but in which God is the 263 2, 112 | signifies a help from God ~to move us to good, no preparation 264 2, 112 | unless God ~prevent and move him to good, it is of no 265 2, 113 | if man's free-will must move against sin, ~he ought to 266 2, 1 | seen which, of themselves, move the ~intellect or the senses 267 2, 8 | gift of charity, so as to move it directly to some supernatural 268 2, 14 | in ~order to be able to move it. Now it is evident that 269 2, 15 | they shall be and shall move between thy eyes. And thou 270 2, 23 | his concupiscences, which move him in ~opposition to charity: 271 2, 23 | Holy Ghost should will to move a certain man to an act 272 2, 23 | those whom He wills to ~move are rendered immune from 273 2, 28 | Hence the signs of evil move us to pity, in so far as 274 2, 33 | 5]). Now sloth does not move one to action, but on ~the 275 2, 33 | if it causes the body to move ~from one place to another, 276 2, 45 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Simply to move belongs to the will: but 277 2, 48 | in such a way that they move ~themselves by their free-will; 278 2, 50 | the ~Holy Ghost is said to move the rational creature by 279 2, 56 | own end, and this is to move all the other virtues by 280 2, 89 | like musical instruments move the soul to ~pleasure rather 281 2, 100 | subjects. Now to govern is to move certain ones to their due 282 2, 102 | it behooved the higher to move the lower to their actions ~ 283 2, 102 | affairs also the higher must move the lower by their will 284 2, 102 | established authority. Now to move by reason and will is to ~ 285 2, 139 | desires and pleasures of touch move the appetite with ~greater 286 2, 173 | appetite, and that the higher move the ~lower. Hence man may 287 2, 175 | Secondly, in ~order to move the affections, so that 288 2, 176 | authoritatively (Josue 10:12): "Move not, O sun, toward Gabaon," ~ 289 2, 181 | he said to stand, if he move, but only when he is still. 290 3, 9 | phantasms, which naturally ~move the human mind by virtue 291 3, 16 | it is, something; for to move belongs to a thing ~because 292 3, 21 | is nothing more than to move towards what is above. ~ 293 3, 63 | moved by another, but not to move itself; this belongs to 294 3, 69 | it ~begins forthwith to move downwards. In like manner 295 Suppl, 41| sin. And nature cannot move without being either directed 296 Suppl, 47| one forces a ~person to move; the other causes conditional 297 Suppl, 58| virgin. Or again it may move a man ~sufficiently in regard 298 Suppl, 70| proves that the soul does not move itself, and that it is nowise 299 Suppl, 72| fishes and other things that move in the ~waters will gather 300 Suppl, 72| virtues is seemingly to move the heavenly bodies which 301 Suppl, 72| their effect, by ceasing to ~move the heavenly bodies: even 302 Suppl, 72| element, because it will move in all directions so as ~ 303 Suppl, 72| by the mover ceasing to move; and ~therefore the heavenly 304 Suppl, 74| the heavens will cease to ~move the dead will rise again. 305 Suppl, 75| on ~the heart ceasing to move, so when the heavenly movement 306 Suppl, 81| agile?~(2) Whether they will move?~(3) Whether they will move 307 Suppl, 81| move?~(3) Whether they will move instantaneously?~Aquin.: 308 Suppl, 81| to be carried in order to move. ~But the glorified bodies 309 Suppl, 81| the glorified bodies will move thus, since the principle 310 Suppl, 81| else ~they would always move in the same direction. Therefore 311 Suppl, 81| Therefore they will not move.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[84] A[ 312 Suppl, 81| that in no way will it move away from Him. ~Therefore 313 Suppl, 81| that they will sometimes move according as it ~pleases 314 Suppl, 81| when the will is said to move from ~one place to another, 315 Suppl, 81| this sense it is said to move from one place to another.~ 316 Suppl, 81| movement; and yet they do not move ~instantaneously, but in 317 Suppl, 81| we suppose something to move in a vacuum, it does not 318 Suppl, 81| obstacle; and so either it will move instantaneously, or it ~ 319 Suppl, 81| instantaneously, or it ~will move in an equal time through 320 Suppl, 81| other ~equal space it will move in as little time through 321 Suppl, 81| any inconsistency if it move in an equal time through 322 Suppl, 82| has a natural tendency to move the sight, ~and sight by 323 Suppl, 83| the heaven has ceased to move, there will still ~remain 324 Suppl, 88| throughout, since it would move more rapidly to the place ~ 325 Suppl, 88| more natural to the sun to move towards a ~point in the 326 Suppl, 88| point in the east than to move away from it, wherefore 327 Suppl, 95| Evil, as evil, does not move the will, but in so far


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