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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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force

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1 1, 1 | deception and destroy all force of argument. Hence no argument, 2 1, 18 | from an "intrinsic moving force," as ~some in fact have 3 1, 18 | are ~moved by an extrinsic force, either generating them 4 1, 20 | is a uniting and ~binding force." But this cannot take place 5 1, 20 | love is called the unitive force, even in God, yet without 6 1, 20 | So far love is a binding force, ~since it aggregates another 7 1, 20 | divine love is a binding force, inasmuch as God wills ~ 8 1, 21 | indeed with even greater force; as ~the influence of the 9 1, 21 | press on us in this world ~force us to go to God."~Aquin.: 10 1, 22 | not a prefixed operating force determined to only the one 11 1, 29 | if this word "person," by force of its own signification, 12 1, 29 | first opinion, but also by force of its own ~proper signification.~ 13 1, 37 | iv): "Love is a unitive force." But a bond is a medium 14 1, 39 | one genitive must have the force of two, as, for ~instance, " 15 1, 44 | abstract universal ideas by force of the active intellect 16 1, 49 | except by some impelling force; nor does an ~agent fail 17 1, 50 | not properly realizing the force of intelligence, ~and failing 18 1, 66 | united to it as its motive force. For it is ~impossible to 19 1, 76 | the other which follows by force of the first disposition. ~ 20 1, 76 | blunt and rusted, follows by force of the matter itself. So 21 1, 76 | however, ~is corruptible by force of its matter. If, however, 22 1, 37 | iv): "Love is a unitive force." But a bond is a medium 23 1, 39 | one genitive must have the force of two, as, for ~instance, " 24 1, 45 | abstract universal ideas by force of the active intellect 25 1, 50 | except by some impelling force; nor does an ~agent fail 26 1, 51 | not properly realizing the force of intelligence, ~and failing 27 1, 67 | united to it as its motive force. For it is ~impossible to 28 1, 75 | the other which follows by force of the first disposition. ~ 29 1, 75 | blunt and rusted, follows by force of the matter itself. So 30 1, 75 | however, ~is corruptible by force of its matter. If, however, 31 1, 77 | Therefore the generative force should not be classed as 32 1, 77 | But the body by ~the same force gives species and quantity; 33 1, 77 | preserved. Now the ~nutritive force is directed to the preservation 34 1, 78 | prevents such a passive force being nobler than such an 35 1, 86 | however, that the judgment and force of this knowledge, whereby 36 1, 87 | together do not equal the ~force of the active intellect, 37 1, 91 | misbegotten, for the active force in the male seed tends to 38 1, 91 | from defect in the active force or from some ~material indisposition, 39 1, 96 | reason of a supernatural force given by God to the soul, 40 1, 96 | based on a ~supernatural force in the soul, and not on 41 1, 96 | that at first the active force of the species is so strong ~ 42 1, 96 | effect was to strengthen the force of the species ~against 43 1, 96 | manifest that the greater a ~force is, the more durable is 44 1, 97 | the body), but because the force of concupiscence would not 45 1, 97 | pleasure, but to prevent the ~force of concupiscence from cleaving 46 1, 98 | in generation the active force is in the male. Since, ~ 47 1, 98 | of innocence man's active force was not subject ~to defect, 48 1, 98 | a ~defect of the active force or by inept matter, as the 49 1, 101 | as in his soul was ~the force which preserved the human 50 1, 104 | moving the will, does not force it, because He ~gives the 51 1, 107 | God. ~Secondly, the active force which is "heat," which is 52 1, 109 | digestion is due to the force of natural heat, which is 53 1, 114 | concupiscible have a certain force in ~inclining the will; 54 1, 115 | application to a ~certain force in the position of the stars. 55 1, 116 | when a man is healed by the force of nature. In these latter ~ 56 1, 117 | derives a certain active force from the ~soul of the generator, 57 1, 117 | Reply OBJ 3: This active force which is in the semen, and 58 1, 117 | no need for ~this active force to have an actual organ; 59 1, 117 | generated by coition, the active force ~is in the semen of the 60 1, 117 | soul; ~not as though the force itself which was in the 61 1, 117 | unreasonable in this, ~because this force is not the principal but 62 2, 2 | owing to the same natural force that a weighty body is borne 63 2, 6 | But the will is a passive force: for ~it is a "mover moved" ( 64 2, 6 | a man may be dragged by force: but it is contrary to the 65 2, 12 | which intention ~has the force of a cry.~Aquin.: SMT FS 66 2, 21 | this rule is the ~natural force that inclines them to that 67 2, 21 | proceeds from a natural force, in accord with the natural 68 2, 22 | more powerful the active force, the more intense the ~passion. 69 2, 22 | is a more powerful active force than the object of the ~ 70 2, 23 | good has, as it were, a ~force of attraction, while evil 71 2, 23 | attraction, while evil has a force of repulsion. In the first ~ 72 2, 25 | a "uniting and ~binding force," as Dionysius says (Div. 73 2, 26 | that "love is a unitive force" (Div. ~Nom. iv), and the 74 2, 27 | principles in the reason, in ~force of which principles the 75 2, 37 | to consume man, when the force of the ~afflicting evil 76 2, 48 | appetite, tends with greater force to repel that which is contrary 77 2, 48 | cold acted with greater force on the hot object. Since 78 2, 48 | appetite tends with great ~force to repel the injury by the 79 2, 54 | Further, a power is a simple force. Now in one simple subject ~ 80 2, 54 | so forth. Now the whole force of a ~demonstration, which 81 2, 71 | corruption of some elemental force in the seed, as stated in 82 2, 77 | sensitive appetite is a material force, since it is ~seated in 83 2, 85 | supposing a man employs equal ~force in displacing two columns, 84 2, 85 | universal nature is an active force in some ~universal principle 85 2, 85 | Who makes nature." This force intends the good and ~the 86 2, 90 | pleaseth the sovereign, has ~force of law."~Aquin.: SMT FS 87 2, 90 | of the sovereign ~has the force of law; otherwise the sovereign' 88 2, 90 | as to have properly the force of law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 89 2, 90 | 3: Further, the binding force of a law extends even to 90 2, 90 | a law obtain the binding force which is proper to a law, 91 2, 90 | for the law to obtain its force.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[90] A[ 92 2, 95 | restrained from evil by force and fear, in order that, 93 2, 95 | law at all": wherefore the force of a law depends on ~the 94 2, 95 | exclusively, but have some force from the ~natural law also. 95 2, 95 | second way, ~have no other force than that of human law.~ 96 2, 95 | laws which have the same force, seem to differ not ~formally 97 2, 95 | 9), all ~have the same force. Therefore they do not differ, 98 2, 96 | are decrees which have the force of law; and in regard to 99 2, 96 | him; and whosoever will force thee one mile, go with him ~ 100 2, 96 | But as to the ~directive force of law, the sovereign is 101 2, 96 | law, as to ~its directive force; but he should fulfil it 102 2, 96 | of men, and derives the force and nature of law accordingly. ~ 103 2, 97 | whether custom obtains the ~force of law?~(4) Whether the 104 2, 97 | Rules of art derive their force from reason alone: and ~ 105 2, 97 | laws derive very great force from custom," as the ~Philosopher 106 2, 97 | Whether custom can obtain force of law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 107 2, 97 | that custom cannot obtain force of law, nor abolish ~a law. 108 2, 97 | mere ~custom should obtain force of law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 109 2, 97 | Therefore custom cannot obtain force of law, so as to abolish 110 2, 97 | established which ~obtains force of law, in so far as by 111 2, 97 | Accordingly, custom has the force ~of a law, abolishes law, 112 2, 97 | prevailing custom obtains force of law, ~in so far as it 113 2, 100 | ceremonial precepts derive their force from their ~institution 114 2, 102 | denoted the subtle inward force which quickened His external 115 2, 103 | neither effect nor binding ~force; but were not deadly, because 116 2, 104 | precepts derive their binding force ~from the dictate of reason 117 2, 104 | which derive their binding force, not from the very ~dictate 118 2, 104 | they derive their binding ~force not from reason alone, but 119 2, 104 | and derive their binding ~force from the mere dictate of 120 2, 104 | precepts, which have no binding force except in virtue of ~their 121 2, 104 | precepts are no ~longer in force.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 122 2, 104 | because they have ~no binding force: but they are not deadly. 123 2, 104 | they derived their binding force through being institutions 124 2, 104 | precepts lost their binding ~force: for the Law was a pedagogue, 125 2, 104 | men retain their ~binding force for ever, so long as the 126 2, 104 | have a different binding ~force, derived, not from natural 127 2, 105 | the Old Law took away the force of ~sales; since it prescribes 128 2, 108 | necessarily retained their force under ~the New Law, because 129 2, 109 | which exceeds its active force, but only such as is proportionate ~ 130 2, 109 | life; and for this a higher force is ~needed, viz. the force 131 2, 109 | force is ~needed, viz. the force of grace. And thus without 132 2, 109 | 1], ad 3). Now, man, by force of his nature, can rise ~ 133 2, 2 | is obliged to assent by force of the demonstration, wherefore ~ 134 2, 2 | by one who endeavors to force a man to renounce his ~faith, 135 2, 5 | a ~master, and have the force of an authority, yet it 136 2, 10 | authority, as already in force: ~and here we must observe 137 2, 24 | that "love is a unitive force," whereas a man is one with ~ 138 2, 26 | same fire acts with greater force on what is near than ~on 139 2, 28 | For ~love is "a unitive force" as Dionysius says (Div. 140 2, 30 | that positive law is in force, wherefore in this case 141 2, 31 | common ~good, has coercive force. Such correction should 142 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 1: The doctor uses force towards a madman, who is 143 2, 35 | because "the more united a force ~is, the stronger it is, 144 2, 42 | mind," and "with thy whole force" which is the same ~as " 145 2, 42 | place of "strength" or "force" we read "with all thy might." [* 146 2, 42 | signified by "strength," ~"force" or "might." Accordingly 147 2, 42 | with our whole "strength," "force" or ~"might."~Aquin.: SMT 148 2, 49 | order of the active seminal force, and yet they come under 149 2, 49 | considering the active seminal force one ~could not pronounce 150 2, 55 | cases, nor do ~they obtain force everywhere. Therefore there 151 2, 58 | for the latter derives its force, not from ~the law but from 152 2, 58 | establishes it by giving it force of authority.~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 58 | written law does not give force to the natural ~right, so 154 2, 58 | it diminish or annul its force, because neither ~can man' 155 2, 58 | unjust and has no binding force. For ~positive right has 156 2, 58 | be unjust for one man to force another to observe a law 157 2, 58 | a judgment its ~coercive force.~ 158 2, 62 | sin in being violated by force, provided ~she does not 159 2, 62 | unlawful: whereas if he ~repel force with moderation his defense 160 2, 62 | it ~is lawful to repel force by force, provided one does 161 2, 62 | lawful to repel force by force, provided one does not exceed 162 2, 64 | just as a thing is taken by force for the sake of ~possession, 163 2, 64 | so is a woman taken by force for pleasure: wherefore 164 2, 64 | appropriated is said to be taken by force, whether it be done ~secretly 165 2, 67 | fraud and guile have the force of a lie, ~and so to use 166 2, 67 | combat his resistance by force, so ~that on his part the 167 2, 70 | deeds have the significant ~force of words.~Aquin.: SMT SS 168 2, 77 | laudable custom has the force of a precept; since ~as 169 2, 78 | invent. ii, 53), "we resist ~force, injury or anything obscure* 170 2, 81 | throughout; because the force of the original intention 171 2, 84 | in thy favor, such is the force of justice ~that even thou 172 2, 85 | partly judicial, deriving its force ~from its divine institution. 173 2, 86 | such an obligation be of no force may ~happen in two ways. 174 2, 86 | events their vows are without force. It happens, ~however, through 175 2, 86 | the law which derives its force from the ~common will admits 176 2, 87 | Whether an oath has a binding force?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 177 2, 87 | that an oath has no binding force. An oath is ~employed in 178 2, 87 | subsequently taken from him by force or ~theft. For then he would 179 2, 87 | compulsion, ~because he that used force deserves that the promise 180 2, 91 | Casulan. Ep. xxxvi], "has the ~force of law" - all this must 181 2, 94 | bodies a certain occult force for the production of certain ~ 182 2, 94 | cannot have a ~natural active force. Consequently, no force 183 2, 94 | force. Consequently, no force accrues to them from the ~ 184 2, 96 | keep the statutes that have force in some ~particular "college" 185 2, 96 | are possessed of coercive force, as ~stated above (FS, Q[ 186 2, 96 | promissory oath of its binding force, as regards that which can ~ 187 2, 97 | arrogantly take away by force an escaped ~slave from the 188 2, 102 | of binding them with the force of a divine precept, but, ~ 189 2, 102 | burnt by fire if ~a stronger force of water intervene. Secondly, 190 2, 106 | by "vengeance we resist force, or wrong, ~and in general 191 2, 108 | which is held up aloft by force, lest it come down in ~accordance 192 2, 115 | it away the greater the force [virtus] employed. Hence ~ 193 2, 116 | goods, sometimes ~employs force, which pertains to "violence," 194 2, 121 | foreseen strikes with less force, ~and we are able more easily 195 2, 139 | the appetite with ~greater force, since they are more natural. 196 2, 140 | not succumb to a stronger ~force, so on the other hand to 197 2, 140 | be overcome by a stronger force is proof ~of a lesser vice, 198 2, 140 | and to succumb to a weaker force, is the proof of a ~greater 199 2, 143 | allure us by their ~own force, and attract us by their 200 2, 143 | attracts the ~desire not by any force of its own, nor by its very 201 2, 144 | gluttony, which increase in force the more he yields to them. 202 2, 149 | it can be taken away ~by force from a woman to whom violence 203 2, 149 | them this increases the force of concupiscence and weakens 204 2, 152 | though ~not violated by force, is nevertheless seduced, 205 2, 152 | a maid is taken away by force from her father's house ~ 206 2, 152 | But the employment ~of force is accidental to lust, for 207 2, 152 | if he take her ~away by force from her parents' house, 208 2, 152 | coincide when a man employs force in order unlawfully to violate 209 2, 152 | violate a ~virgin. This force is employed sometimes both 210 2, 152 | herself to be taken away by force from ~her father's house. 211 2, 152 | father's house. Again, the force employed in rape differs 212 2, 152 | a maid is taken away by force from her parents' ~house, 213 2, 152 | sometimes, though taken away by ~force, she is not forcibly violated, 214 2, 152 | rape ~remain no matter how force is employed. There is rape 215 2, 152 | a man, without employing force, ~violates a virgin unlawfully.~ 216 2, 152 | OBJ 2: The employment of force would seem to arise from 217 2, 152 | maiden in the city, and by force has carnal ~knowledge of 218 2, 152 | decided, was taken away by force."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 219 2, 152 | spiritual seduction; and if force be employed it will be spiritual 220 2, 172 | the soul of a saint, or to force it to do any particular 221 2, 173 | rules us ~not by violence or force, as Damascene says [*De 222 2, 173 | certain respect may be called force if we consider the mode 223 2, 183 | which a testament comes into force according to the Apostle ~( 224 2, 183 | prolonged so as to remain in force after his death.~ 225 2, 185 | unwilling, ~who will dare to force them? Nor does it matter, 226 2, 187 | inordinateness. First, if one person force another by violence to enter ~ 227 3, 7 | of that genus; thus the ~force of the sun, which is the 228 3, 7 | universal ~power; hence as the force of fire, no matter how much 229 3, 8 | as motive and sensitive force ~flow from the head to the 230 3, 11 | whatever can be known by force of a man's active intellect, 231 3, 12 | things by the most excellent ~force of His reason, in the manner 232 3, 19 | sometimes by reason of the force of the ~vegetative soul, 233 3, 21 | will of Christ has the force of a prayer with the Father: 234 3, 24 | God": unless ~one were to force from it such an exposition 235 3, 27 | sanctification in the Virgin had the force of ~original justice. And 236 3, 28 | the old law was still in force. ~Therefore at that time 237 3, 28 | because, ~while the Law was in force both men and women were 238 3, 36 | this was some invisible ~force made visible under the form 239 3, 38 | their effect through the force of their institution.~Aquin.: 240 3, 41 | devil, not, as it were, by force, but because, as Origen 241 3, 42 | 44); and, ~again, in the force of His righteousness shown 242 3, 44 | by the free-will, ~not by force. Christ, therefore, justified 243 3, 47 | of the manifold signs and force of His ~teaching, as is 244 3, 66 | Circumcision was still in force, which was supplanted by ~ 245 3, 66 | which liquid matter by the force of ~nature, which is stronger 246 3, 68 | tried him, none should use force in order to ~rescue him 247 3, 68 | child to be taken out by force and baptized, than ~that 248 Suppl, 20| lock. nor can any ~active force act save on its own matter. 249 Suppl, 29| His flesh, He bestowed the force ~of regeneration on the 250 Suppl, 29| seems to ascribe ~the whole force of this sacrament to prayer, 251 Suppl, 29| that it has a sanctifying force. In like manner when the ~ 252 Suppl, 32| is in ~his loins, and his force in the navel of his belly," 253 Suppl, 41| nutritive power is still in force. Much more therefore does 254 Suppl, 43| of marriage has greater force than the ~first, and consequently 255 Suppl, 44| It also indicates the force of this joining - for it 256 Suppl, 47| quod vi metusve) as the "force of a ~stronger being that 257 Suppl, 47| that ~"compulsion is the force of one who exercises his 258 Suppl, 47| previous consent ~remains in force; wherefore if he were to 259 Suppl, 50| Difference of worship, force, holy orders,~Marriage bond, 260 Suppl, 50| impediments to marriage, namely "force," ~i.e. compulsion, and " 261 Suppl, 53| vow does not add the same force to a simple vow ~as an oath 262 Suppl, 54| 1~Reply OBJ 1: An active force is not received into an 263 Suppl, 54| this prohibition is of no force.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 264 Suppl, 54| the Church has the ~same force as a commandment of God. 265 Suppl, 54| which has ~the same binding force as a commandment of God.~ 266 Suppl, 55| betrothal, and derives its force from ecclesiastical institution ~ 267 Suppl, 62| is if she be overcome by force; ~the sixth is if he has 268 Suppl, 64| the woman pays the debt by force as it were.~Aquin.: SMT 269 Suppl, 65| rather impelled by the ~force of nature to do befitting 270 Suppl, 65| law, have not the binding force of an absolute commandment, ~ 271 Suppl, 65| the product of an innate force." And ~since even in natural 272 Suppl, 65| dispensation would be ~still in force, especially as we read nowhere 273 Suppl, 65| he ~derives its binding force to permit the non-observance 274 Suppl, 65| those cases to which the force of the law ought not to 275 Suppl, 65| in itself, has the same force ~at all times and places; 276 Suppl, 68| nature, ~which has more force than any other. Therefore 277 Suppl, 73| in so far as it has the force of a ~command, is called 278 Suppl, 75| remains in the ashes a certain force besides the elements, which 279 Suppl, 81| either because it has a force inclining it to a contrary ~ 280 Suppl, 81| resistance, neither of a force inclining to a contrary 281 Suppl, 93| inflicted by another person with force. Therefore an aureole is 282 Suppl, 94| its abundance ~of active force, that the name of fire is 283 Suppl, 94| whether they be kindled by ~force, as in the case of iron, 284 Suppl, 94| foreign matter by art and force. ~But that other fire needs 285 Suppl, 94| a foreign matter, not by force but ~by nature from an intrinsic 286 Suppl, 94| it will be there, not by ~force but naturally. Now fire


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