Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
moved 1206
movement 2338
movements 445
mover 312
movers 18
moves 428
moveth 2
Frequency    [«  »]
314 instant
313 came
312 consecration
312 mover
310 entirely
309 air
309 error
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

mover

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | way a thing should be both mover and moved, i.e. that it ~ 2 1, 2 | there ~would be no first mover, and, consequently, no other 3 1, 2 | consequently, no other mover; seeing that ~subsequent 4 1, 2 | in motion by the ~first mover; as the staff moves only 5 1, 2 | necessary to arrive at a first mover, put in motion ~by no other; 6 1, 3 | that God is the First Mover, and is Himself unmoved. ~ 7 1, 8 | the thing moved and the mover must be joined together. 8 1, 9 | who said ~that the first mover moves Himself; calling every 9 1, 13 | certain ~habitudes, as the mover and the thing moved, the 10 1, 19 | when he said that the first mover moves itself.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 19 | is called an accidental mover. In this respect the expression ~ 12 1, 25 | shows that ~the power of the mover of heaven is infinite, because 13 1, 25 | power of an incorporeal mover. The reason of this is ~ 14 1, 25 | without time. An ~incorporeal mover, however, is not a univocal 15 1, 42 | The ninth is motion from a mover; and here again we have 16 1, 45 | kind of medium between the mover and ~the moved, therefore 17 1, 45 | movement; and the first mover is the end, and goodness.~ 18 1, 46 | except through either ~the mover or the thing moved being 19 1, 46 | 1~OBJ 6: Further, every mover is either natural or voluntary. 20 1, 46 | either in the ~nature of the mover, or in the movable thing, 21 1, 46 | arise from the ~natural mover a movement which was not 22 1, 46 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: The first mover was always in the same state: 23 1, 50 | sensible things, as ~that of mover and end; and therefore he 24 1, 51 | united to the angel as to a mover, it is not said to be assumed, ~ 25 1, 51 | form, ~nor merely as its mover, but as its mover represented 26 1, 51 | as its mover, but as its mover represented by the assumed ~ 27 1, 51 | Movement coming from a united mover is a proper function of ~ 28 1, 52 | the power of the heavenly ~mover to the part which is in 29 1, 52 | there is one ~proximate mover, although there may be several 30 1, 52 | one of them ~is a perfect mover, because no one man's strength 31 1, 52 | all together are as one mover, in so far as their ~united 32 1, 53 | greater the power of the mover, and the less the moved 33 1, 53 | less the moved resist the mover, ~the more rapid is the 34 1, 53 | of the proportion of the ~mover and the movable, but on 35 1, 59 | 54) that the ~will is a mover which is moved; for it is 36 1, 59 | 3: The will is called a mover which is moved, according 37 1, 62 | that, In every movement the mover's intention is centered 38 1, 64 | moved, as the movable by its mover. For the ~sensitive appetite 39 1, 70 | by contact of power, as a mover is united to that which 40 1, 70 | showing that ~the first mover is made up of two parts, 41 1, 70 | Since the heavenly body is a mover moved, it is of the ~nature 42 1, 70 | as it is ~compounded of mover and moved; not by the union 43 1, 70 | not by the union of the mover, as the ~form, with the 44 1, 75 | Therefore the soul is a mover ~moved. But every mover 45 1, 75 | mover ~moved. But every mover moved is a body. Therefore 46 1, 75 | 3: Further, between the mover and the moved there must 47 1, 75 | must allow ~that not every mover is moved. For, since to 48 1, 75 | potentiality to actuality, the mover gives what it has to the 49 1, 75 | Phys. ~viii, 6, there is a mover which is altogether immovable, 50 1, 75 | accidentally; and such a mover can cause an ~invariable 51 1, 75 | however, another kind of mover, which, ~though not moved 52 1, 75 | invariable movement; such a mover, is the soul. ~There is, 53 1, 75 | There is, again, another mover, which is moved essentially - 54 1, 75 | they maintained that every mover is moved; and that the soul ~ 55 1, 75 | But the body ~is not a mover, but is moved. Therefore 56 1, 42 | The ninth is motion from a mover; and here again we have 57 1, 46 | kind of medium between the mover and ~the moved, therefore 58 1, 46 | movement; and the first mover is the end, and goodness.~ 59 1, 47 | except through either ~the mover or the thing moved being 60 1, 47 | 1~OBJ 6: Further, every mover is either natural or voluntary. 61 1, 47 | either in the ~nature of the mover, or in the movable thing, 62 1, 47 | arise from the ~natural mover a movement which was not 63 1, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: The first mover was always in the same state: 64 1, 51 | sensible things, as ~that of mover and end; and therefore he 65 1, 52 | united to the angel as to a mover, it is not said to be assumed, ~ 66 1, 52 | form, ~nor merely as its mover, but as its mover represented 67 1, 52 | as its mover, but as its mover represented by the assumed ~ 68 1, 52 | Movement coming from a united mover is a proper function of ~ 69 1, 53 | the power of the heavenly ~mover to the part which is in 70 1, 53 | there is one ~proximate mover, although there may be several 71 1, 53 | one of them ~is a perfect mover, because no one man's strength 72 1, 53 | all together are as one mover, in so far as their ~united 73 1, 54 | greater the power of the mover, and the less the moved 74 1, 54 | less the moved resist the mover, ~the more rapid is the 75 1, 54 | of the proportion of the ~mover and the movable, but on 76 1, 60 | 54) that the ~will is a mover which is moved; for it is 77 1, 60 | 3: The will is called a mover which is moved, according 78 1, 63 | that, In every movement the mover's intention is centered 79 1, 65 | moved, as the movable by its mover. For the ~sensitive appetite 80 1, 71 | by contact of power, as a mover is united to that which 81 1, 71 | showing that ~the first mover is made up of two parts, 82 1, 71 | Since the heavenly body is a mover moved, it is of the ~nature 83 1, 71 | as it is ~compounded of mover and moved; not by the union 84 1, 71 | not by the union of the mover, as the ~form, with the 85 1, 74 | Therefore the soul is a mover ~moved. But every mover 86 1, 74 | mover ~moved. But every mover moved is a body. Therefore 87 1, 74 | 3: Further, between the mover and the moved there must 88 1, 74 | must allow ~that not every mover is moved. For, since to 89 1, 74 | potentiality to actuality, the mover gives what it has to the 90 1, 74 | Phys. ~viii, 6, there is a mover which is altogether immovable, 91 1, 74 | accidentally; and such a mover can cause an ~invariable 92 1, 74 | however, another kind of mover, which, ~though not moved 93 1, 74 | invariable movement; such a mover, is the soul. ~There is, 94 1, 74 | There is, again, another mover, which is moved essentially - 95 1, 74 | they maintained that every mover is moved; and that the soul ~ 96 1, 74 | But the body ~is not a mover, but is moved. Therefore 97 1, 79 | apprehended appetible is a mover which is not moved, while ~ 98 1, 79 | while ~the appetite is a mover moved, as the Philosopher 99 1, 81 | compared to the will as the ~mover to the thing movable. But 100 1, 81 | necessarily ~follows the mover. Therefore it seems that 101 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The mover, then, of necessity causes 102 1, 81 | movable, when the power of the mover exceeds the thing movable, 103 1, 81 | capacity is subject to the mover. But as the capacity of 104 1, 83 | sake of matter, nor is the mover for the sake of the moved, 105 1, 102 | thing moved, caused by the ~mover." Wherefore dissimilarity 106 1, 102 | movement by one and the same mover. Thus by the one art of 107 1, 102 | impression from the first mover; as the inclination of the 108 1, 104 | immediately. For as the ~mover and the moved must exist 109 1, 104 | some contact between the ~mover and moved. But there can 110 1, 104 | OBJ 2: Further, God is the mover unmoved. But such also is 111 1, 104 | generator is called the mover; or ~else tends to a form, 112 1, 104 | the ~power of the first mover is not a power of the first 113 1, 104 | not a power of the first mover "of bulk," by ~the following 114 1, 104 | The power of the first mover is infinite (which ~he proves 115 1, 104 | the fact that the first mover can move in infinite time). ~ 116 1, 104 | infinite power of the first ~mover must be in something which 117 1, 104 | greater ~the power of the mover, the greater is the velocity 118 1, 104 | wherein it is; but from the mover. Therefore the ~intellect 119 1, 104 | movement that is called the mover which ~gives the form that 120 1, 104 | movement is attributed to the mover rather than to the ~one 121 1, 104 | the active power of the mover surpasses or at ~least equals 122 1, 104 | good belongs to the First Mover, to Whom the ultimate end ~ 123 1, 109 | instrument is essentially a mover moved. Now in ~effects there 124 1, 114 | argues thus, "There is a mover who is not moved, ~to wit, 125 1, 116 | according to philosophers the mover of the lower heaven cannot 126 2, 1 | there ~would be no first mover, without which neither can 127 2, 1 | being moved by the first mover. Now there is to be ~observed 128 2, 1 | the appetite, as the first mover in other movements. ~Now 129 2, 1 | they are moved by the first mover. Therefore secondary objects 130 2, 3 | corresponds to the first mover: thus the ~last end of the 131 2, 3 | all the men. But the first mover in regard to operations 132 2, 6 | outside him, and is as a ~"mover unmoved" (De Anima iii, 133 2, 6 | nevertheless, is not the first mover simply, but is moved locally 134 2, 6 | moved locally by a ~higher mover. And so the intrinsic principle 135 2, 6 | proceeds from God as the First Mover. And just as it is not incompatible ~ 136 2, 6 | be from God as the First Mover, ~inasmuch as nature is 137 2, 6 | passive force: for ~it is a "mover moved" (De Anima iii, 10). 138 2, 9 | results from motion of the mover. Therefore the ~intellect 139 2, 9 | Further, the same is not mover and moved in respect of 140 2, 9 | the ~appetible object is a mover not moved, whereas the will 141 2, 9 | moved, whereas the will is a mover moved."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 142 2, 9 | black. It needs therefore a mover in two respects, viz. as 143 2, 9 | evident that the same is not mover and moved in the same respect.~ 144 2, 9 | proved in Phys. viii, 5, the mover is not moved by ~that which 145 2, 9 | move itself. For every ~mover, as such, is in act: whereas 146 2, 9 | movable is moved on the mover being present. But the ~ 147 2, 9 | sufficiently moved by one mover, needs not ~to be moved 148 2, 9 | needs to be moved by a mover. Now it is ~evident that 149 2, 9 | instigation of some exterior ~mover, as Aristotle concludes 150 2, 9 | moved ~by another as first mover.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[5] 151 2, 9 | s will, as the Universal Mover, to the ~universal object 152 2, 10 | necessity by the exterior mover which is God?~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 10 | compared to the will as mover to movable, as ~stated in 154 2, 10 | De Anima iii, 10. But a mover, if it be sufficient, moves 155 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 1: The sufficient mover of a power is none but that 156 2, 10 | presents the aspect of the mover of that power. If, ~on the 157 2, 10 | necessity by the exterior mover which is God?~Aquin.: SMT 158 2, 12 | Now both the action of the mover and the movement of thing ~ 159 2, 12 | due to the action of the mover. Consequently intention ~ 160 2, 12 | and this belongs to the mover and to the moved. According, ~ 161 2, 12 | intending an end belongs to the mover; ~according as he ordains 162 2, 13 | the ~movable, caused by a mover." Wherefore the power of 163 2, 13 | Wherefore the power of the mover appears in ~the movement 164 2, 16 | belongs to the will as first mover; to the reason, as ~directing; 165 2, 17 | Do this." Now the first ~mover, among the powers of the 166 2, 17 | Since therefore the second mover does not ~move, save in 167 2, 17 | save in virtue of the first mover, it follows that the very 168 2, 17 | commanded; ~but only of mover and moved.~Aquin.: SMT FS 169 2, 17 | also the act of the first mover is as the form in ~regard 170 2, 17 | But when one power is the mover of the ~other, then their 171 2, 17 | one: since "the act of the mover ~and the act of the thing 172 2, 18 | the end, is the ~universal mover in respect of all the powers 173 2, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the mover does not depend on that 174 2, 23 | natural agents. For every mover, in a fashion, either draws 175 2, 23 | aptitude to tend to the mover: thus a light ~body, which 176 2, 23 | outside its proper place, the mover gives it movement towards ~ 177 2, 25 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the mover precedes that which is moved. 178 2, 25 | to the concupiscible, as mover to that ~which is moved: 179 2, 25 | an obstacle, is a kind of mover" (Phys. viii, ~4). Therefore 180 2, 25 | direct but an ~accidental mover: and here we are speaking 181 2, 31 | the act produced by ~the mover in the thing moved" (Phys. 182 2, 44 | caused by the soul as first ~mover, but by the bodily members 183 2, 44 | defect of the principal ~mover. On the part of the bodily 184 2, 50 | appetitive power, is both mover and moved (De ~Anima iii, 185 2, 51 | follow that the same would be mover ~and moved, active and passive: 186 2, 51 | act, which principle is a mover ~moved. For everything that 187 2, 51 | same respect, cannot be mover ~and moved; but nothing 188 2, 56 | perfection is required in the mover than in the ~moved. But 189 2, 60 | place of ~commander and mover, while the appetitive power 190 2, 60 | 4: Good is a more potent mover than evil: because evil 191 2, 68 | be proportionate to its ~mover: and the perfection of the 192 2, 68 | to be well moved by its mover. Hence ~the more exalted 193 2, 68 | Hence ~the more exalted the mover, the more perfect must be 194 2, 68 | made proportionate to its mover: thus we see that a ~disciple 195 2, 68 | Ghost, Who is the principal mover, and not on ~the part of 196 2, 68 | united to the Holy Ghost his Mover, in the same way as the ~ 197 2, 68 | to the Holy Ghost their ~Mover; whereas the virtues perfect, 198 2, 68 | that the more ~exalted the mover, the more excellent the 199 2, 71 | be used by some extrinsic mover): whereas the habit that ~ 200 2, 74 | thing moved, caused by a mover." On the other hand, ~there 201 2, 74 | except by the will as first mover; but we sin ~by the other 202 2, 74 | the reason as its first mover, in ~accordance with what 203 2, 77 | active, inasmuch as it is mover ~and moved, as the Philosopher 204 2, 77 | OBJ 2: Further, the higher mover is not moved by the lower; 205 2, 77 | sensitive appetite, as a higher mover to a ~lower: for the Philosopher 206 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: The higher mover is not directly moved by 207 2, 81 | of ~the soul, the first mover of the members. Wherefore 208 2, 81 | parent in so far as he is the mover in the begetting of his ~ 209 2, 93 | the power of the second mover must needs be ~derived from 210 2, 93 | from the power of the first mover; since the second mover 211 2, 93 | mover; since the second mover does ~not move except in 212 2, 102 | the power of the First Mover, i.e. God, appears first 213 2, 109 | the motion of the first mover. Now ~the first mover in 214 2, 109 | first mover. Now ~the first mover in the order of corporeal 215 2, 109 | as to the first corporeal mover, so all movements, both 216 2, 109 | reduced to the simple First Mover, Who is God. And ~hence 217 2, 109 | from God as from the First Mover, but all formal perfection 218 2, 109 | the help of God as First Mover, to do or wish any good ~ 219 2, 109 | the motion of the first mover, and to the ~proximate end 220 2, 109 | since God is the ~First Mover, simply, it is by His motion 221 2, 109 | presupposed since God is the First Mover. Hence we ~need not go to 222 2, 110 | motion is the act of the ~mover in the moved." Secondly, 223 2, 110 | compared to the will as the mover to the moved, which is the 224 2, 111 | thing moved but to the mover. Hence in that effect in 225 2, 111 | in which God is the sole mover, the ~operation is attributed 226 2, 111 | thing ~moved, and God is the mover; and especially when the 227 2, 112 | for grace is ~from God, as Mover, and from the free-will, 228 2, 112 | secondly, as it is from God the Mover, and thus it has a ~necessity - 229 2, 113 | first, the motion of the mover; secondly, the ~movement 230 2, 113 | movement the motion of the mover is ~naturally first; the 231 2, 113 | which the motion of ~the mover rests, is last. Now the 232 2, 113 | Now the motion of God the Mover is the infusion ~of grace, 233 2, 114 | merit. Now the motion of a mover extends ~not merely to the 234 2, 114 | movement directed to ~God the mover, falls under human merit; 235 2, 18 | the motion of a certain mover, ~the first condition required 236 2, 18 | non-resistant subject of ~that mover, because resistance of the 237 2, 18 | the movable subject to the mover ~hinders the movement. This 238 2, 25 | moved and the power of the ~mover. Accordingly love takes 239 2, 50 | thing moved, but to ~the mover. Wherefore, since in the 240 2, 50 | one moved rather than of a mover, as stated above ~(A[1]; 241 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The mover that is moved, moves through 242 2, 50 | movement. ~Indeed if the mover is the principle of the 243 2, 50 | ceases, the action of the mover ceases as regards the thing ~ 244 2, 50 | the other ~hand, when the mover is cause not only of the 245 2, 50 | then the action of the mover does not ~cease even after 246 2, 60 | that commands is the chief mover, wherefore he is bound to 247 2, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The mover prescribes the mode of the 248 2, 80 | but as the motion of the mover is found ~virtually in the 249 2, 86 | proceeds from the will as first mover.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 250 2, 88 | action of the director and mover: thus the movement of the 251 2, 88 | referred to the director and ~mover of the irrational creature, 252 2, 100 | steering it to port. But every mover has a ~certain excellence 253 2, 102 | just a God is the first mover of all things that are ~ 254 2, 102 | so too is He the first mover of all wills, as shown ~ 255 2, 102 | through the power of its mover ~by a natural necessity. 256 2, 102 | thing be not moved by its mover, ~may happen in two ways. 257 2, 102 | stronger power of some other mover; thus wood is not burnt 258 2, 102 | movable with regard to its mover, since, though it is subject 259 2, 108 | will, which is the ~first mover in moral acts. And the power 260 2, 153 | the reason as to its first mover, and incontinence to ~the 261 3, 4 | genus of motion the first mover is immovable as ~regards 262 3, 12 | that which is the first mover is not moved ~according 263 3, 18 | For the will is the first mover and first commander in ~ 264 3, 18 | But in Christ the first mover and commander was the ~Divine 265 3, 18 | but by the ~will of its mover. Now the human nature of 266 3, 18 | order there is one first mover. But the will ~is the first 267 3, 18 | But the will ~is the first mover in the genus of human acts. 268 3, 19 | nor does it belong to the mover, ~except in so far as he 269 3, 19 | from the ~operation of the mover; thus to make a bench is 270 3, 19 | Hence, wheresoever the mover and the moved ~have different 271 3, 19 | must the operation of ~the mover and the proper operation 272 3, 19 | in the operation of the mover, and the mover makes use 273 3, 19 | operation of the mover, and the mover makes use of ~the operation 274 3, 32 | two parts, one being the mover, the other being moved: 275 3, 34 | instrument, which is ~both mover and moved. Whereas the humanity 276 3, 39 | OBJ 3: Further, the first mover in every genus is unmoved 277 3, 63 | immobility of the ~principal mover.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 278 Suppl, 2 | we find that the inferior mover has its proper movement, 279 Suppl, 2 | movement of the superior ~mover: this is seen in the movement 280 Suppl, 2 | moral virtues, the first mover is prudence, which is called 281 Suppl, 54| And since ~every moved mover is an instrument, it follows 282 Suppl, 54| the power of the ~first mover in a particular genus when 283 Suppl, 54| that is moved and not a ~mover. But the power of a begetter 284 Suppl, 55| is the relation between mover and ~moved: some of them 285 Suppl, 70| the body, and merely as a mover is united to the thing ~ 286 Suppl, 70| he said that the first mover moves ~itself, and he maintained 287 Suppl, 70| In another ~way as the mover is united to the things 288 Suppl, 70| between them (even as the ~mover of the heaven, being spiritual, 289 Suppl, 72| forth the virtue of the mover rather ~than that of the 290 Suppl, 72| counter agent, but by the mover ceasing to move; and ~therefore 291 Suppl, 72| soul is the body's proper ~mover, it has a body proportionate 292 Suppl, 73| united ~together, since mover and moved, maker and made, 293 Suppl, 76| but only accidentally, as mover to the thing moved, [*Cf. 294 Suppl, 81| its form, but also as its mover; and in both ~ways the glorified 295 Suppl, 81| subject to the soul as its mover, ~so that it is prompt and 296 Suppl, 81| fast or ~slow, through the mover overcoming the movable, 297 Suppl, 81| proportionate to the power of the ~mover in comparison with the movable. 298 Suppl, 81| aforesaid proportion of the mover to the ~movable, because 299 Suppl, 81| is in proportion to the mover in ~comparison with the 300 Suppl, 81| needs always resist the mover somewhat, since mover and ~ 301 Suppl, 81| the mover somewhat, since mover and ~moved, agent and patient, 302 Suppl, 81| that the moved resists the mover by ~itself, either because 303 Suppl, 81| in the intention of the mover; and ~such like resistance 304 Suppl, 81| resists the power of the mover, by reason only of something ~ 305 Suppl, 81| generator, which is the ~mover as regards heavy and light 306 Suppl, 81| to the proportion of the mover to the movable, and the ~ 307 Suppl, 81| proportionate to the power of the mover as ~compared with the resistance 308 Suppl, 81| resistance of the movable to the mover, that results from ~opposition 309 Suppl, 81| altogether overcome by a mover of infinite ~power, nevertheless 310 Suppl, 81| towards ~the place which the mover intends by the movement 311 Suppl, 93| disposition in the ~first mover, but also a right disposition 312 Suppl, 93| reference to the first ~mover, and something secondary


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License