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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | Since nature works for a determinate end under the ~direction 2 1, 7 | received and contracted to a ~determinate nature. Hence it cannot 3 1, 7 | be infinite, ~since every determinate indivisible in time and 4 1, 7 | form, it is necessary that ~determinate accidents should follow 5 1, 7 | accidents should follow upon a determinate form; and among ~these accidents 6 1, 7 | has a greater or ~smaller determinate quantity. Hence it is impossible 7 1, 8 | forasmuch as it has a determinate site, cannot be in many 8 1, 8 | forasmuch as it has a determinate order in movement or action, 9 1, 11 | For everything is ~in a determinate genus by addition to being, 10 1, 11 | genera." But "one" is a determinate genus, for it is the principle 11 1, 13 | Himself. Therefore the less determinate the names are, and the more ~ 12 1, 14 | it would not produce a determinate effect unless it were ~determined 13 1, 14 | that ~these would have a determinate and finite being, because 14 1, 14 | would be limited to some determinate nature. Hence they would 15 1, 19 | every natural agent has a determinate being. Since, then, the ~ 16 1, 30 | Further, everything within a determinate number is measured, for ~ 17 1, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A determinate number, if taken as a simple 18 1, 30 | common nature with the ~determinate mode of existence of singular 19 1, 30 | which distinguishes the determinate thing; ~as the name Socrates 20 1, 31 | Trinity" in God signifies the determinate ~number of persons. And 21 1, 31 | signified by trinity in a determinate manner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 22 1, 31 | substance, but ~according to determinate properties. But "difference" 23 1, 36 | word "principle" has not determinate supposition but ~rather 24 1, 36 | the ~indeterminate to the determinate.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 25 1, 37 | as "to speak" imports a ~determinate person proceeding; since " 26 1, 44 | contracted by its form to a determinate ~species, as a substance, 27 1, 44 | supervening accident to a determinate mode of being; for instance, 28 1, 44 | the effect may receive a ~determinate form. For an artificer produces 29 1, 44 | an artificer produces a determinate form in matter ~by reason 30 1, 44 | things made by nature receive determinate forms. This ~determination 31 1, 45 | presupposes ~in his action a determinate matter whereby he is an 32 1, 45 | to another. Therefore any determinate ~mode of causation ought 33 1, 46 | power does not extend to any determinate time. Therefore no incorruptible ~ 34 1, 48 | because they exist in some ~determinate genus; whereas good enters 35 1, 50 | by its own self holds a determinate grade in ~being; and therefore 36 1, 56 | has within itself some one determinate nature from the number of 37 1, 62 | Body Para. 2/3~Now this one determinate object cannot, in the vision 38 1, 62 | degree of vision lies in a determinate mode of ~the vision.~Aquin.: 39 1, 62 | it is brought even to a ~determinate degree of beatitude. Consequently, 40 1, 67 | bodies ~have their natural determinate movement, that of light 41 1, 67 | power required to produce determinate ~effects. Thus, then, in 42 1, 70 | definite power to produce determinate effects. Thus we ~observe 43 1, 71 | produces its effects by determinate means, and consequently, 44 1, 72 | as animals belong to a determinate genus and species, so ~also 45 1, 75 | every body has its own determinate nature. Therefore it is 46 1, 75 | bodily organ; since the determinate nature of ~that organ would 47 1, 75 | bodies; as when a certain ~determinate color is not only in the 48 1, 75 | because it ~is the most determinate, in the same way as actuality 49 1, 76 | since every body has a determinate nature, it ~would follow 50 1, 76 | that the intellect has a determinate nature; and thus, it ~would 51 1, 77 | and so they have a few determinate operations and powers. But ~ 52 1, 37 | as "to speak" imports a ~determinate person proceeding; since " 53 1, 45 | contracted by its form to a determinate ~species, as a substance, 54 1, 45 | supervening accident to a determinate mode of being; for instance, 55 1, 45 | the effect may receive a ~determinate form. For an artificer produces 56 1, 45 | an artificer produces a determinate form in matter ~by reason 57 1, 45 | things made by nature receive determinate forms. This ~determination 58 1, 46 | presupposes ~in his action a determinate matter whereby he is an 59 1, 46 | to another. Therefore any determinate ~mode of causation ought 60 1, 47 | power does not extend to any determinate time. Therefore no incorruptible ~ 61 1, 49 | because they exist in some ~determinate genus; whereas good enters 62 1, 51 | by its own self holds a determinate grade in ~being; and therefore 63 1, 57 | has within itself some one determinate nature from the number of 64 1, 63 | Body Para. 2/3~Now this one determinate object cannot, in the vision 65 1, 63 | degree of vision lies in a determinate mode of ~the vision.~Aquin.: 66 1, 63 | it is brought even to a ~determinate degree of beatitude. Consequently, 67 1, 68 | bodies ~have their natural determinate movement, that of light 68 1, 68 | power required to produce determinate ~effects. Thus, then, in 69 1, 71 | definite power to produce determinate effects. Thus we ~observe 70 1, 71 | produces its effects by determinate means, and consequently, 71 1, 71 | as animals belong to a determinate genus and species, so ~also 72 1, 74 | every body has its own determinate nature. Therefore it is 73 1, 74 | bodily organ; since the determinate nature of ~that organ would 74 1, 74 | bodies; as when a certain ~determinate color is not only in the 75 1, 74 | because it ~is the most determinate, in the same way as actuality 76 1, 75 | since every body has a determinate nature, it ~would follow 77 1, 75 | that the intellect has a determinate nature; and thus, it ~would 78 1, 76 | and so they have a few determinate operations and powers. But ~ 79 1, 77 | body is generated from ~determinate matter by an extrinsic agent; 80 1, 78 | it ~is in potentiality to determinate species. On the contrary, 81 1, 81 | sensitive appetite ~in a determinate way. But the reason is a 82 1, 81 | particular power having a determinate act. In like manner also 83 1, 81 | universal good - and as a ~determinate power of the soul having 84 1, 81 | power of the soul having a determinate act. If, therefore, ~the 85 1, 81 | object ~and the will as a determinate power, then again the intellect 86 1, 82 | opposite courses, and is ~not determinate to one. And forasmuch as 87 1, 83 | creature has a finite and determinate essence. ~Wherefore although 88 1, 88 | of the singular is more determinate than ~knowledge of the universal. 89 1, 88 | the separated soul has no determinate ~knowledge of the species 90 1, 88 | the soul has some kind of determinate ~relation, as we have said.~ 91 1, 88 | sensible, and in either case a ~determinate distance would be necessary. 92 1, 91 | Now created ~nature has a determinate principle; and since it 93 1, 91 | one ~thing, it has also a determinate mode of proceeding. Wherefore 94 1, 91 | proceeding. Wherefore from ~determinate matter it produces something 95 1, 91 | produces something in a determinate species. On the ~other hand, 96 1, 91 | every species is from some determinate matter. Now the matter whence 97 1, 103 | things, however, is given a ~determinate power of duration for a 98 1, 104 | first universal cause, so ~determinate being depends on determinate 99 1, 104 | determinate being depends on determinate particular causes; as we 100 1, 104 | Q[104], A[2]). But the determinate being of a particular ~thing 101 1, 104 | secondary causes are ordered to determinate ~effects is due to God; 102 1, 104 | Himself produce ~all the determinate effects which are produced 103 1, 104 | finite power moves in a determinate time, it follows ~that an 104 1, 106 | Therefore, as an angel is in a ~determinate place, it seems that an 105 1, 109 | For whatever possesses a determinate mode of action, needs not 106 1, 109 | 1: Corporeal things have determinate actions; but they ~exercise 107 1, 111 | every mission is to some determinate place. But intellectual 108 1, 111 | evidently have sometimes a determinate place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 109 1, 114 | and that he would have determinate actions, like other natural 110 1, 114 | Wherefore it ~requires a determinate disposition in matter, both 111 1, 116 | substances whose powers are not ~determinate to certain bodies; such 112 1, 116 | substance is naturally ~determinate to move a certain body, 113 1, 116 | the soul is by its nature determinate to ~move the body of which 114 1, 118 | remains confined to a certain determinate matter, on which it is first ~ 115 1, 118 | common is to the proper and determinate, as imperfect is ~to perfect: 116 1, 118 | which virtue is subsequently determinate to this or that ~part.~Aquin.: 117 2, 1 | For if the agent were not determinate to some ~particular effect, 118 2, 1 | order that it produce a determinate effect, it must, of ~necessity, 119 2, 1 | as an ~arrow tends to a determinate end through being moved 120 2, 1 | or a sensitive appetite, determinate to some ~particular good. 121 2, 2 | the singular, which is determinate through matter: whereas 122 2, 9 | the willing of ~something determinate, which is good; as in the 123 2, 10 | OBJ 3: Further, nature is determinate to one thing: whereas the 124 2, 10 | proper to ~nature, which is determinate to one thing. But since 125 2, 10 | when it is in a certain determinate disposition. But God's will, ~ 126 2, 10 | an active principle, not determinate to one ~thing, but having 127 2, 13 | things which are altogether determinate to ~one there is no place 128 2, 13 | the sensitive appetite is determinate to one particular thing, ~ 129 2, 13 | whereas the will, although determinate ~to one thing in general, 130 2, 13 | its appetite is naturally determinate to that thing. ~Wherefore 131 2, 14 | First, because certain determinate ends are gained ~by certain 132 2, 14 | ends are gained ~by certain determinate means: as happens in the 133 2, 15 | of irrational animals is determinate to one thing. Therefore ~ 134 2, 18 | contrary, Each genus has its determinate differences. But an ~action 135 2, 18 | 5]). But since nature is determinate to one thing, nor can a 136 2, 21 | the action of nature is determinate. And, therefore, although 137 2, 29 | inasmuch as it is this determinate being, has an aspect of 138 2, 29 | aspect of repugnance to ~some determinate being. And in this way, 139 2, 50 | of their nature, they are determinate to one thing. But the will, ~ 140 2, 54 | power is compared to the ~determinate act of any species, as matter 141 2, 54 | because, just as ~matter is determinate to one form by one agent, 142 2, 54 | that power to acts of a determinate ~species. Consequently several 143 2, 54 | species of a habit; but some determinate ~good by reason of suitability 144 2, 54 | reason of suitability to some determinate, viz. the human, ~nature. 145 2, 54 | privation, but something determinate repugnant to a ~determinate 146 2, 54 | determinate repugnant to a ~determinate nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 147 2, 55 | perfect, according as ~it is determinate to its act.~Aquin.: SMT 148 2, 55 | which of themselves are determinate to their ~acts; for instance, 149 2, 55 | are proper to man, are not determinate to one particular action, ~ 150 2, 55 | indifferently to many: and they are determinate to acts ~by means of habits, 151 2, 55 | powers are of themselves determinate to one act: ~not so the 152 2, 61 | they have their special determinate matter; each of its own 153 2, 64 | soul in regard to some ~determinate matter: and the measure 154 2, 74 | other powers have certain determinate goods and evils, by reason ~ 155 2, 88 | evident that they have no ~determinate genus: whereas venial sin, 156 2, 88 | third sense, can have ~a determinate genus, so that one sin may 157 2, 99 | to individual cases in a determinate way. Hence the judicial ~ 158 2, 102 | foreshadows something should be ~determinate, so that it may present 159 2, 111 | all reduced to some of a ~determinate species, and moreover all 160 2, 4 | an ~act of the intellect determinate to one object of the will' 161 2, 10 | and in this way there are determinate species of vices ~contrary 162 2, 10 | several species of unbelief, determinate in number. For, ~since the 163 2, 10 | of faith, there are not determinate ~species of unbelief: for 164 2, 12 | pertains to unbelief, is a determinate ~species of unbelief. If 165 2, 12 | would ~follow that it is a determinate species of unbelief, which 166 2, 13 | generic sin, ~having its own determinate species: whereas sin committed 167 2, 23 | and hope, but only certain determinate sins, ~which destroy the 168 2, 51 | taken here in relation to a ~determinate matter, namely, that of 169 2, 52 | every special sin had a determinate matter. But ~negligence 170 2, 52 | negligence seems to have no determinate matter: since it is neither 171 2, 56 | virtues, each having a ~determinate matter; secondly, as certain 172 2, 60 | other circumstances are not determinate for acts of virtue, but 173 2, 60 | circumstance must be looked upon as determinate, and we are ~bound to observe 174 2, 60 | reason ~that the time is determinate in the point of restitution 175 2, 68 | the other attests to a ~determinate time or place And if on 176 2, 79 | should do this or ~that determinate thing does not belong to 177 2, 93 | because these causes have no determinate ~inclination to produce 178 2, 121 | a ~special virtue with a determinate matter, it helps to resist 179 2, 127 | the mode of reason in a determinate matter. Now ~magnanimity 180 2, 127 | the mode of reason in a determinate matter, ~namely honors, 181 2, 132 | magnanimity does, but in a determinate matter, namely ~expenditure: 182 2, 139 | special virtue having a determinate matter, but as ~concerned 183 2, 152 | man should be united to a determinate woman and ~should abide 184 2, 152 | must reckon it to be a determinate species of that vice. Now 185 2, 152 | guardianship of her parents, is a determinate ~species of lust.~Aquin.: 186 2, 152 | should not be ~reckoned a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: 187 2, 152 | Therefore rape is not a determinate species of lust ~distinct 188 2, 152 | should not be reckoned a determinate species of lust. ~Aquin.: 189 2, 152 | 1/1~Whether adultery is determinate species of lust, distinct 190 2, 152 | seem that adultery is not a determinate species of lust, ~distinct 191 2, 152 | Therefore adultery ~is not a determinate species of lust, distinct 192 2, 152 | Therefore adultery is a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: 193 2, 152 | manifest that adultery is a determinate species of lust, ~through 194 2, 152 | 1/1~Whether incest is a determinate species of lust?~Aquin.: 195 2, 152 | seem that incest is not a determinate species of lust. ~For incest [*' 196 2, 152 | does ~not constitute a determinate species of vice. But intercourse 197 2, 152 | Therefore ~incest is not a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: 198 2, 152 | Therefore incest is a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: 199 2, 152 | there must needs be ~a determinate species of lust. Now sexual 200 2, 152 | evident that incest is a ~determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: 201 2, 152 | unbecoming, there ~is a determinate species of lust. This may 202 2, 169 | as present and already ~determinate to one thing. Wherefore 203 2, 169 | considered as in themselves, are determinate to one thing, ~yet, considered 204 2, 182 | inasmuch as nature is determinate to one thing. In like manner 205 3, 2 | only adds to hypostasis a determinate nature, viz. rational, according 206 3, 5 | natural thing, it requires determinate matter, to wit, ~flesh and 207 3, 13 | of its own nature, has a determinate ~relation to its body. Secondly, 208 3, 17 | distinctly, i.e. with its determinate individual properties, as " 209 3, 17 | having the Godhead under a determinate personal ~property. Now 210 3, 18 | certain way," we signify a ~determinate mode of willing. Now a determinate 211 3, 18 | determinate mode of willing. Now a determinate mode regards the thing of ~ 212 3, 18 | human will of ~Christ had a determinate mode from the fact of being 213 3, 28 | every natural form has its determinate matter, outside ~which it 214 3, 28 | particular effect, so it is determinate to one mode of producing 215 3, 28 | infinite: ~just as it is not determinate to one effect, so neither 216 3, 28 | effect, so neither is it determinate ~to one mode of producing 217 3, 28 | cannot transmute other than determinate matter to a determinate ~ 218 3, 28 | determinate matter to a determinate ~form; nevertheless the 219 3, 33 | any natural form, requires determinate ~quantity in its matter. 220 3, 54 | every true body has its determinate shape. But Christ's ~body 221 3, 60 | sensible?~(5) Whether some determinate sensible thing is required 222 3, 60 | sacrament?~(7) Whether determinate words are required?~(8) 223 3, 60 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether determinate things are required for 224 3, 60 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that determinate things are not required 225 3, 60 | same ~sacrament. Therefore determinate things are not required 226 3, 60 | state of the Law of nature determinate things ~were not required 227 3, 60 | Law, to the use of any ~determinate thing in the sacraments.~ 228 3, 60 | for those things to be ~determinate, of which men have to make 229 3, 60 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether determinate words are required in the 230 3, 60 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that determinate words are not required in 231 3, 60 | same for all. Therefore determinate words are not required in 232 3, 60 | mean the same. Therefore determinate words are ~not required 233 3, 60 | Therefore it seems that determinate words are not required in 234 3, 60 | contrary, our Lord used determinate words in consecrating the ~ 235 3, 60 | baptize under a form of ~determinate words, saying (Mt. 28:19): " 236 3, 60 | of a thing the need of a determinate form is ~prior to the need 237 3, 60 | is ~prior to the need of determinate matter: for determinate 238 3, 60 | determinate matter: for determinate matter is needed ~that it 239 3, 60 | it may be adapted to the determinate form. Since, therefore, 240 3, 60 | therefore, in the ~sacraments determinate sensible things are required, 241 3, 60 | there need in them of a determinate form ~of words.~Aquin.: 242 3, 61 | preceded the Law, as something determinate to that which is ~indeterminate: 243 3, 74 | sacrament?~(2) Whether a determinate quantity of the same is 244 3, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a determinate quantity of bread and wine 245 3, 74 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a determinate quantity of bread and wine 246 3, 74 | that is, "a good grace," a determinate quantity of ~the bread and 247 3, 74 | of the faithful is ~not a determinate one. Hence it cannot be 248 3, 74 | every natural object has its determinate ~quantity by comparison 249 3, 74 | quantity by comparison with its determinate form. But the number of 250 3, 74 | sacrament is ordained, is not a determinate ~one. Consequently there 251 3, 75 | in its act, as being of a determinate ~genus and species: and 252 3, 75 | created agent ~bears upon some determinate act. Now the determination 253 3, 76 | determinately distant. for a determinate distance of the individual 254 3, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The determinate distance of parts in an 255 3, 78 | change is made is something determinate, for ~the change is into 256 3, 78 | that ~which is converted is determinate, since only bread is converted 257 3, 78 | the term of the change is determinate in nature, ~because it is 258 3, 78 | is a body, so also is it determinate in person. Consequently, ~ 259 3, 78 | quality, that is, without a ~determinate form.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] 260 Suppl, 9 | of a sacrament, it has a ~determinate act, just as the other sacraments 261 Suppl, 9 | other sacraments have a determinate matter. ~And as in Baptism, 262 Suppl, 9 | necessary to wash with a determinate element, so neither does ~ 263 Suppl, 9 | they must be ~declared by a determinate act.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] 264 Suppl, 44| namely the "union," and adds determinate ~subjects by the words " 265 Suppl, 50| directed to that effect, and ~determinate, even as are the causes 266 Suppl, 52| of natural law, as the ~determinate from that which is indeterminate. 267 Suppl, 69| whereof they be the ~forms or determinate motors, nevertheless certain 268 Suppl, 81| very fact that it has a determinate place, as we have said ~ 269 Suppl, 82| indeterminate body; color, in a determinate body" (De Sensu et Sensato ~ 270 Suppl, 89| existing things which have a determinate being, so His knowledge,


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