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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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interior

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1 1, 30 | a creature is, the more interior ~operations it has; as a 2 1, 34 | and this proceeds from an ~interior source as regards two things 3 1, 34 | fact the it ~signifies the interior concept of the mind. Therefore 4 1, 34 | first and chiefly, the interior concept of the mind is called 5 1, 34 | sound itself, signifying the interior concept, is ~so called; 6 1, 34 | as the ~Father. For the interior word proceeds in such a 7 1, 34 | far as it signifies the interior concept of the mind, which 8 1, 39 | implying a certain kind of interior ~movement, agreeing in that 9 1, 42 | Father is by mode of the ~interior procession whereby the word 10 1, 45 | life consists in a certain interior ~movement; and the first 11 1, 39 | implying a certain kind of interior ~movement, agreeing in that 12 1, 42 | Father is by mode of the ~interior procession whereby the word 13 1, 46 | life consists in a certain interior movement; and the first 14 1, 77 | exterior senses;~(4) The interior senses.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 15 1, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the interior senses are suitably distinguished?~ 16 1, 77 | It would seem that the interior senses are not suitably ~ 17 1, 77 | not be numbered among the interior ~sensitive powers, in addition 18 1, 77 | is no need to assign an interior power of ~apprehension when 19 1, 77 | is no need to assign an interior power, called the common ~ 20 1, 77 | Therefore there is no ~interior power between the sense 21 1, 77 | Anima iv, 1) assigns five interior ~sensitive powers; namely, " 22 1, 77 | to assign more than four interior powers of the sensitive ~ 23 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The interior sense is called "common" 24 1, 77 | that it ~is common to all interior apprehensions.~ 25 1, 78 | this is the ordering of "interior speech," from which proceeds " 26 1, 80 | ruled ~by reason. But the interior powers, both appetitive 27 1, 86 | wherein it resides, by the interior ~act of the heart. For no 28 1, 88 | corrupted together with its interior principle." ~But by death 29 1, 88 | But by death all human interior principles are corrupted. 30 1, 90 | all other animals in the interior sensitive powers, as is 31 1, 90 | freedom of action in the interior powers required for the 32 1, 90 | freedom of the acts of the interior powers; the brain, wherein ~ 33 1, 92 | even ~if we speak with that interior word belonging to no nation' 34 1, 93 | she had already sinned by interior pride. For ~Augustine says ( 35 1, 94 | primitive ~state there was no interior impulse to evil, as in our 36 1, 100 | senses are tired and the interior sensitive powers hampered, 37 1, 104 | in the second way by an interior inclination of the will.~ 38 1, 104 | within, that ~is, by an interior principle: yet this interior 39 1, 104 | interior principle: yet this interior principle may be caused ~ 40 1, 106 | Further, speech is twofold; interior, whereby one speaks to ~ 41 1, 106 | and unknown methods of ~interior speech."~Aquin.: SMT FP 42 1, 106 | the mind is called "the ~interior word." And by the fact that 43 1, 106 | befit an angel; ~but only interior speech belongs to him, and 44 1, 106 | this includes not only the ~interior speech by mental concept, 45 1, 106 | explained (A[1], ad 2), is ~interior; perceived, nevertheless, 46 1, 110 | operation cannot be without ~the interior principle which is the sensitive 47 1, 110 | sensitive power; but this interior ~principle can be moved 48 1, 110 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By the interior movement of the spirits 49 1, 112 | are not deprived of the interior help of natural reason; 50 1, 116 | principle, sometimes from an ~interior principle: thus health is 51 1, 116 | medical art, sometimes by an interior ~principle as when a man 52 1, 116 | principal agent, ~which is the interior principle, by strengthening 53 1, 116 | assistance, of which the interior principle makes ~use in 54 1, 116 | acquired in man, both from an interior principle, as is ~clear 55 1, 116 | who heals: but just as the interior nature is the principal ~ 56 1, 116 | cause of the healing, so the interior light of the intellect is 57 2, 4 | creatures ~receive no other interior aid to happiness than the 58 2, 6 | outward act, but with an interior act; for instance, when 59 2, 6 | sometimes without even an interior act, as when one does not ~ 60 2, 6 | inclination proceeding from the interior principle of knowledge: 61 2, 6 | inclination proceeding from an interior ~principle without knowledge. 62 2, 6 | this is done against the ~interior inclination of the passive 63 2, 6 | by reason of the natural interior aptitude of the matter ~ 64 2, 16 | an operation not only the interior principles of ~action, viz. 65 2, 16 | operation save through the interior principles which are ~either 66 2, 18 | twofold action, viz. the interior action of the will, and 67 2, 18 | properly the object of the interior act of the will: while the 68 2, 18 | on which it bears; so the interior act of the will takes its 69 2, 18 | is not accidental to the interior act ~of the will, which 70 2, 19 | GOODNESS AND MALICE OF THE INTERIOR ACT OF THE WILL (TEN ARTICLES)~ 71 2, 19 | consider the goodness of the interior act of the will; under ~ 72 2, 19 | hand, with regard to the interior act of the will, this happens 73 2, 19 | only one way: because the interior acts of the will are in 74 2, 19 | intention redounds upon the interior act and the exterior act 75 2, 19 | intention is intense, the interior ~or exterior act may be 76 2, 19 | that the intensity of the interior or exterior ~act, may be 77 2, 19 | quantity of ~goodness in the interior or exterior act does not 78 2, 20 | goodness and malice of the interior act are the same as ~those 79 2, 20 | or malice to that of ~the interior act?~(5) Whether the consequences 80 2, 20 | action is the ~object of the interior act of the will: for a man 81 2, 20 | it is impossible for the ~interior act of the will to be good, 82 2, 20 | applies not only to the interior act of the ~will, but also 83 2, 20 | applicable to both the interior and external act.~Aquin.: 84 2, 20 | the same as ~those of the interior act?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] 85 2, 20 | goodness and malice of the interior act of ~the will are not 86 2, 20 | For the ~principle of the interior act is the interior apprehensive 87 2, 20 | the interior act is the interior apprehensive or appetitive ~ 88 2, 20 | Therefore the goodness of the interior ~act cannot be the same 89 2, 20 | Therefore the goodness of the ~interior act, which belongs to the 90 2, 20 | But the goodness of the interior act is the cause of ~the 91 2, 20 | above (Q[17], A[4]), the interior act of the ~will, and the 92 2, 20 | goodness or malice of the interior act is ~the same as that 93 2, 20 | or malice to that of the ~interior act?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] 94 2, 20 | or malice to that of the interior action. For Chrysostom says ( 95 2, 20 | or ~malice to that of the interior act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] 96 2, 20 | goodness and malice of the interior and external ~acts are one 97 2, 20 | goodness or malice of the interior act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] 98 2, 20 | from the ~goodness of the interior act, and sometimes conversely, 99 2, 35 | exterior pain is greater than interior?~(8) Of the species of sorrow.~ 100 2, 35 | exterior sense; and from the interior ~apprehension of the intellect 101 2, 35 | the imagination. Now the interior ~apprehension extends to 102 2, 35 | apprehension, come under ~the interior, but not conversely. Consequently 103 2, 35 | alone which ~is caused by an interior apprehension is called joy, 104 2, 35 | alone which is caused by an ~interior apprehension, is called 105 2, 35 | what is present; but the ~interior cognitive power can perceive 106 2, 35 | according to the ~distinction of interior and exterior apprehension; 107 2, 35 | outward pain is greater than interior sorrow?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 108 2, 35 | outward pain is greater than interior sorrow ~of the heart. Because 109 2, 35 | in which is life: whereas interior sorrow is ~caused by some 110 2, 35 | outward pain is greater than interior sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 111 2, 35 | of outward pain than of ~interior sorrow. Therefore outward 112 2, 35 | and is shunned more ~than interior sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 113 2, 35 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Interior and exterior pain agree 114 2, 35 | inward pain arises from an ~interior apprehension, of the imagination 115 2, 35 | is not ~repugnant to the interior appetite, it becomes in 116 2, 35 | can be repugnant to ~the interior appetite; and whatever is 117 2, 35 | wounds are comprised in ~the interior sorrows of the heart.~Aquin.: 118 2, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the interior inclinations of the soul 119 2, 37 | evasion, then even the interior movement of the afflicted 120 2, 38 | limbs, rather than to the ~interior disposition of the heart. 121 2, 39 | causes pain. As regards interior sorrow, perception of the 122 2, 41 | wherefore, in so far ~as the interior movements of the appetitive 123 2, 44 | and vital spirits in the interior ~parts of the body, dilates 124 2, 44 | heat are accumulated in the interior parts, man cries out, as 125 2, 50 | reason. ~And yet even in the interior powers of sensitive apprehension, 126 2, 50 | intellect itself, but in the interior sensitive ~powers. For it 127 2, 50 | subject, but would be in the interior sensitive powers, which ~ 128 2, 56 | for virtue to be in the ~interior sensitive powers of apprehension. 129 2, 56 | it obeys reason. But the interior ~sensitive powers of apprehension 130 2, 56 | there can be virtue in the interior powers of appetite, ~so 131 2, 56 | can there be virtue in the interior powers of apprehension.~ 132 2, 56 | like manner, in the other interior ~sensitive powers of apprehension.~ 133 2, 56 | there is no virtue in the interior sensitive ~powers of apprehension.~ 134 2, 56 | 2~I answer that, In the interior sensitive powers of apprehension 135 2, 57 | two kinds, exterior and interior. Accordingly ~the practical 136 2, 57 | Yet it is ordained to the interior act of the intellect ~which 137 2, 57 | whether they be matters of interior action, or the products 138 2, 64 | moral virtues deal with interior passions wherein the ~right 139 2, 68 | moved by his reason in his ~interior and exterior actions. Consequently 140 2, 71 | there is some act, either interior or ~exterior - interior, 141 2, 71 | interior or ~exterior - interior, as when a man wills "not 142 2, 71 | will be sometimes with an interior act, as when a man ~wills " 143 2, 71 | any act ~at all, whether interior or exterior, as when a man, 144 2, 71 | include some act, at least the interior act ~of the will: which 145 2, 71 | In this case ~the act, interior or exterior, is accidental 146 2, 72 | but, in relation to the interior act of the ~will, they have 147 2, 75 | Accordingly a double interior cause of sin may ~be assigned; 148 2, 78 | its own cause: ~for the interior act is the cause of the 149 2, 79 | failing to light up the interior of the house; and the cause 150 2, 80 | 1/3~I answer that, The interior part of the soul is intellective 151 2, 87 | pain, whether it be an ~interior act, as is clearly the case 152 2, 91 | not competent to judge of interior ~movements, that are hidden, 153 2, 91 | sufficiently curb and direct interior acts; and it was necessary 154 2, 91 | only exterior, but also ~interior acts; "the testimony of 155 2, 96 | of ~action is due to an interior habit or disposition: since 156 2, 97 | far as it ~manifests the interior movement and thought of 157 2, 99 | directed to God not only by the interior acts ~of the mind, which 158 2, 100 | reason in reference to the interior passions and exterior actions. 159 2, 101 | of God; the ~soul by an interior worship; the body by an 160 2, 101 | the internal worship. Now interior worship ~consists in the 161 2, 102 | exterior consecration signifies interior holiness, the ~subject of 162 2, 103 | both in keeping with the interior ~worship, and a suitable 163 2, 103 | Old Law. Another state of interior ~worship is that in which 164 2, 103 | of faith, in which the ~interior worship of God consists. 165 2, 107 | prohibition extended also to the interior acts of sins. ~Secondly, 166 2, 107 | to works of virtue as to interior acts: ~for instance, that 167 2, 107 | New Law prohibits certain interior ~movements of the soul, 168 2, 107 | the deliberate curbing of interior movements.~Aquin.: SMT FS 169 2, 108 | in exterior, but ~only in interior acts, according to Lk. 17: 170 2, 108 | referable to the ~hand, just as interior acts belong to the mind. 171 2, 108 | exterior deeds, but only about interior acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 172 2, 108 | the Holy Ghost is like an interior ~habit bestowed on us and 173 2, 108 | sufficiently as regards interior actions?~Aquin.: SMT FS 174 2, 108 | insufficiently as ~regards interior actions. For there are ten 175 2, 108 | insufficiently in the matter of interior acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 176 2, 108 | Christian. ~Therein man's interior movements are ordered. Because 177 2, 108 | promulgated, ~He orders man's interior movements, first in regard 178 2, 108 | corresponding to ~man's two interior movements in respect of 179 2, 108 | Afterwards He directs man's interior movement in respect of his ~ 180 2, 111 | us. First, there is the ~interior act of the will, and with 181 2, 113 | rectitude of order in the interior disposition of a man, in 182 2, 12 | justice is, in them, the interior blasphemy of ~the heart: 183 2, 26 | reasonable service," so also the ~interior love of God requires a mode.~ 184 2, 26 | there parity between the interior act ~and external acts of 185 2, 26 | acts of charity. For the interior act of charity has the ~ 186 2, 27 | which is love, and (1) the interior effects, (2) the exterior ~ 187 2, 30 | but also as regards our interior ~affections. Now it is a 188 2, 45 | sensible objects, but in ~the interior sense, which is perfected 189 2, 45 | that ~prudence is in the interior sense as in its principle 190 2, 47 | proper sensibles, but to the ~interior sense, whereby we judge 191 2, 53 | according to Ecclus. 19:23, "His interior is full of deceit," but ~ 192 2, 69 | lack of sense - either ~interior, as in the case of madmen 193 2, 69 | advocate needs to have both interior ~skill so that he may be 194 2, 80 | SS Q[82] Out. Para. 1/2 - INTERIOR ACTS OF RELIGION (QQ[82]- 195 2, 80 | we shall consider the ~interior acts, which, as stated above, 196 2, 80 | which are secondary. The interior ~acts of religion are seemingly 197 2, 80 | wakens love [*'Dilectio,' the interior act of charity; cf. ~Q[27]] 198 2, 80 | our love [*'Dilectio,' the interior act of charity; cf. Q[27]] 199 2, 80 | to love ['dilectio,' the interior act of charity; cf. ~Q[27]] 200 2, 80 | devotion consists chiefly in an interior sacrifice of ~the spirit. 201 2, 81 | prayer is uttered by an interior act which God alone knows, ~ 202 2, 81 | this world, especially the interior movements of ~the heart. 203 2, 81 | us, even as ~regards the interior movements of the heart, 204 2, 81 | First, in order to ~excite interior devotion, whereby the mind 205 2, 81 | arouse the fervor of the interior desire: and when it ~exceeds 206 2, 82 | prayer consists chiefly in an interior act, according to 1 Cor. 207 2, 82 | is offered on account of ~interior adoration, in other words 208 2, 82 | consists chiefly in an interior reverence of God, but secondarily 209 2, 82 | adoration is directed to interior adoration. ~But interior 210 2, 82 | interior adoration. ~But interior adoration is shown to God 211 2, 83 | prayer ~and other like interior acts: and this is the principal 212 2, 92 | best (Ethic. viii, 10). But interior worship, which ~consists 213 2, 104 | Now God alone ~knows the interior disposition. Therefore it 214 2, 111 | himself wickedly, and his interior is full of deceit," and 215 2, 115 | things given. ~Hence the interior passions are the immediate 216 2, 116 | denotes immoderation in ~the interior affections for riches; for 217 2, 116 | reason, principally in the interior ~affections, and consequently 218 2, 116 | these proceed from the ~interior affection, looking at the 219 2, 120 | Divine scriptures teach the interior worship under the guise ~ 220 2, 120 | part man is ~induced to pay interior worship, consisting in prayer 221 2, 120 | prayer and devotion, by ~the interior prompting of the Holy Ghost, 222 2, 130 | of pride, as regards its interior cause, which is arrogance: 223 2, 143 | principal part of virtue is the interior choice," as the Philosopher 224 2, 147 | sobriety regards not only the ~interior man, but also things appertaining 225 2, 151 | matters is how much the interior appetite is affected by 226 2, 179 | the audible sign of the interior ~concept. Accordingly one 227 2, 179 | matter or object of ~the interior concept; and as to this 228 2, 179 | considers the matter of the interior concept. For it pertains 229 2, 179 | is able to express his interior concept in words, so as 230 2, 180 | contemplative, by quelling the ~interior passions which give rise 231 2, 180 | have for thought, the worse interior ~turmoil they have to bear." 232 2, 182 | argument also regards the interior state. Yet when a ~man passes 233 2, 182 | this argument considers the interior state. ~Nevertheless, although 234 2, 184 | of charity, since all the interior acts of ~virtue belong to 235 2, 184 | is kind," etc. Hence the interior acts of virtue, ~for instance 236 2, 187 | and proceeding from the interior deliberation of the mind. 237 3, 7 | to meritorious acts both ~interior and exterior, so likewise 238 3, 8 | dwell all the senses, both interior and exterior, whereas in 239 3, 8 | his exterior acts. Now the interior influx of ~grace is from 240 3, 8 | not distribute grace by interior influx, but by ~exteriorly 241 3, 8 | as regards both, i.e. by interior influence and ~exterior 242 3, 28 | is conceived without any ~interior corruption: indeed, interior 243 3, 28 | interior corruption: indeed, interior corruption is incompatible 244 3, 36 | certain familiarity with the interior instinct of the Holy ~Ghost, 245 3, 36 | Simeon and Anna, by the interior instinct of the Holy ~Ghost, 246 3, 36 | of their perfection the interior instinct of the Holy ~Ghost 247 3, 38 | but from God, who by an interior revelation of ~the Holy 248 3, 38 | Writ, but of a ~certain interior revelation of the Holy Ghost, 249 3, 46 | sword. ~The cause of the interior pain was, first of all, 250 3, 46 | soul likewise, from its interior powers, apprehended most ~ 251 3, 46 | In other sufferers the interior ~sadness is mitigated, and 252 3, 46 | 2: Moral virtue lessens interior sadness in one way, and ~ 253 3, 46 | another; for it lessens interior sadness ~directly by fixing 254 3, 55 | masticated and passed into ~the interior of the assumed body: hence 255 3, 64 | minister. Consequently, the interior effect is partly the work 256 3, 64 | contributes something to the interior effect: since ~"water touches 257 3, 64 | in Joan.). Therefore the interior sacramental effect is partly 258 3, 64 | that God alone works the interior sacramental effect.~Aquin.: 259 3, 64 | In the former way the ~interior sacramental effect is the 260 3, 64 | because grace ~which is an interior sacramental effect is from 261 3, 64 | character which is the ~interior effect of certain sacraments, 262 3, 64 | second way, however, ~the interior sacramental effect can be 263 3, 64 | something extrinsic, while the ~interior effect is produced through 264 3, 64 | power of producing the ~interior sacramental effect. For 265 3, 66 | wherein all the senses, both interior ~and exterior, flourish. 266 3, 68 | appears some ~sign of their interior conversion: just as neither 267 3, 72 | only is mention made of interior sanctification, in the words, " 268 3, 90 | heart, and so belongs to interior penance; while confession 269 3, 90 | the two latter belong to ~interior penance. Now interior penance 270 3, 90 | to ~interior penance. Now interior penance is not a sacrament, 271 3, 90 | the heart, and belongs ~to interior penance; yet, virtually, 272 Suppl, 3 | the sensation of ~hurt, so interior sorrow is on account of 273 Suppl, 3 | most grievous hurt by the ~interior sense or reason.~Aquin.: 274 Suppl, 5 | parts of the ~body, so does interior sorrow show itself in the 275 Suppl, 12| determination. Now ~the interior act, in certain virtues, 276 Suppl, 14| of prayer and so forth. Interior works, since they pass ~ 277 Suppl, 40| seemingly there is some ~interior signification corresponding 278 Suppl, 59| rather than with regard to ~interior faith. For which reason 279 Suppl, 93| externally, but also in the interior act of the will: wherefore 280 Suppl, 93| no aureole corresponds to interior sorrow, neither ~should 281 Appen1, 1| whether the pain of sense be interior as fever or the ~like, or 282 Appen1, 1| unbaptized children have interior sorrow after ~death, they


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