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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | makes use of metaphors to produce a representation, ~for it 2 1, 1 | different senses in one text produce confusion and ~deception 3 1, 1 | of these senses does not produce ~equivocation or any other 4 1, 2 | to exist, and out of it produce good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[2] 5 1, 7 | infinite. ~Therefore He can produce an infinite effect, since 6 1, 9 | alone, inasmuch as God could produce them into existence. Thus, 7 1, 9 | in the Creator's power to produce them before they existed 8 1, 13 | otherwise it could not produce its own likeness, ~but rather 9 1, 14 | opposites), it would not produce a determinate effect unless 10 1, 17 | whence a craftsman is said to produce ~a false work, if it falls 11 1, 17 | is such as naturally to produce a false opinion, not in 12 1, 19 | which ~the property is to produce one and the same effect; 13 1, 19 | the divine will should not produce its ~effect. Hence that 14 1, 19 | causes that have power to produce certain ~effects. Since 15 1, 22 | almighty and ~so good as to produce good even from evil." It 16 1, 22 | gives them the power to produce those effects. ~Whence it 17 1, 22 | to divine providence to ~produce every grade of being. And 18 1, 22 | providence, which fails not to ~produce its effect, and that in 19 1, 25 | were infinite, it could ~produce an infinite effect, but 20 1, 25 | be manifested so as to ~produce an infinite effect. Yet 21 1, 25 | Yet even if it were to produce no effect, ~the power of 22 1, 28 | nature; for He does not produce the creature ~by necessity 23 1, 29 | less common term does not ~produce equivocation in the more 24 1, 32 | in creation, because to produce from nothing is an ~act 25 1, 37 | though He understands, to ~produce a word, for it belongs to 26 1, 37 | just as to speak is to produce a word, and to ~flower is 27 1, 37 | word, and to ~flower is to produce flowers. As therefore we 28 1, 37 | since "to speak" means to produce a word. ~Likewise to love, 29 1, 37 | notional sense, means to produce love; and ~so it can be 30 1, 42 | choose the time in which to produce its effect. ~In natural 31 1, 44 | which the agent intends to produce, and which the patient intends 32 1, 45 | finite power is needed to produce a creature by creation. 33 1, 45 | divine operation." Now to produce being absolutely, not as 34 1, 45 | Therefore no created being ~can produce a being absolutely, except 35 1, 45 | immaterial substance ~cannot produce another immaterial substance 36 1, 45 | properly speaking, to cause or produce the ~being of things. And 37 1, 46 | had ~the eternal will to produce some effect, yet He did 38 1, 46 | some effect, yet He did not produce an ~eternal effect. Nor 39 1, 47 | it belongs to the best to produce the best. But among things 40 1, 47 | part of the best agent to produce an effect which is ~best 41 1, 49 | Now, a good will ~does not produce a morally bad act, since 42 1, 62 | and so no one merits to produce what he already enjoys. 43 1, 65 | power is not required to produce a finite ~effect. But every 44 1, 65 | no secondary ~cause can produce anything, unless there is 45 1, 66 | nothing, and can, therefore, produce a perfect thing in an ~instant, 46 1, 67 | rays of ~different stars produce different effects according 47 1, 67 | determinative power required to produce determinate ~effects. Thus, 48 1, 68 | the work of creation to produce the substance of the ~elements, 49 1, 68 | Body Para. 6/8~Hence to produce the substance of the firmament 50 1, 69 | received then the power to produce them. He supports this ~ 51 1, 70 | say: "Let the firmament ~produce lights," though it says: " 52 1, 70 | received a definite power to produce determinate effects. Thus 53 1, 71 | described. For the ~waters produce that which the power of 54 1, 71 | power of water suffices to produce. But the ~power of water 55 1, 74 | necessity the works ~He was to produce, as though He stood in need 56 1, 75 | of the Creator, Who can ~produce something out of nothing, 57 1, 76 | species, one form ~cannot produce a variety of species. But 58 1, 77 | Therefore ~the soul does not produce its powers within itself.~ 59 1, 37 | though He understands, to ~produce a word, for it belongs to 60 1, 37 | just as to speak is to produce a word, and to ~flower is 61 1, 37 | word, and to ~flower is to produce flowers. As therefore we 62 1, 37 | since "to speak" means to produce a word. Likewise to love, 63 1, 37 | notional sense, means to produce love; and ~so it can be 64 1, 42 | choose the time in which to produce its effect. ~In natural 65 1, 45 | which the agent intends to produce, and which the patient intends 66 1, 46 | finite power is needed to produce a creature by creation. 67 1, 46 | divine operation." Now to produce being absolutely, not as 68 1, 46 | Therefore no created being ~can produce a being absolutely, except 69 1, 46 | immaterial substance ~cannot produce another immaterial substance 70 1, 46 | properly speaking, to cause or produce the ~being of things. And 71 1, 47 | had ~the eternal will to produce some effect, yet He did 72 1, 47 | some effect, yet He did not produce an ~eternal effect. Nor 73 1, 48 | it belongs to the best to produce the best. But among things 74 1, 48 | part of the best agent to produce an effect which is ~best 75 1, 50 | Now, a good will ~does not produce a morally bad act, since 76 1, 63 | and so no one merits to produce what he already enjoys. 77 1, 66 | power is not required to produce a finite ~effect. But every 78 1, 66 | no secondary ~cause can produce anything, unless there is 79 1, 67 | nothing, and can, therefore, produce a perfect thing in an ~instant, 80 1, 68 | rays of ~different stars produce different effects according 81 1, 68 | determinative power required to produce determinate ~effects. Thus, 82 1, 69 | the work of creation to produce the substance of the ~elements, 83 1, 69 | Body Para. 6/8~Hence to produce the substance of the firmament 84 1, 70 | received then the power to produce them. He supports this ~ 85 1, 71 | say: "Let the firmament ~produce lights," though it says: " 86 1, 71 | received a definite power to produce determinate effects. Thus 87 1, 71 | described. For the ~waters produce that which the power of 88 1, 71 | power of water suffices to produce. But the ~power of water 89 1, 73 | necessity the works ~He was to produce, as though He stood in need 90 1, 74 | of the Creator, Who can ~produce something out of nothing, 91 1, 75 | species, one form ~cannot produce a variety of species. But 92 1, 76 | Therefore ~the soul does not produce its powers within itself.~ 93 1, 77 | is ~already perfect to "produce another like unto itself." 94 1, 77 | natural, both because they produce ~an effect like that of 95 1, 77 | accidental sensibles, for they produce a ~certain variety in the 96 1, 83 | outside the soul ~should produce some effect in the "composite," 97 1, 83 | action, in order that he may produce a certain individual knife; 98 1, 85 | the cause be such as to produce a certain result more frequently ~ 99 1, 85 | more or less inclined to produce the effect.~Aquin.: SMT 100 1, 85 | wakefulness, and such movements produce in the imagination ~images 101 1, 86 | from the fact that he ~can produce the act proper to that habit; 102 1, 88 | Ethic. ii, 1), that "habits ~produce acts similar to those whereby 103 1, 88 | phantasms: therefore it cannot produce any other acts. These acts, ~ 104 1, 88 | state of separation cannot produce any act of knowledge acquired 105 1, 88 | Reply OBJ 3: The acts which produce a habit are like the acts 106 1, 89 | perfect is that which can produce its like," as is ~stated 107 1, 89 | Therefore, since bodies produce their like in their own ~ 108 1, 89 | more are angels able to produce something specifically ~ 109 1, 89 | acting by the power of God, ~produce rational souls. But this 110 1, 89 | are clear. For that bodies produce ~their like or something 111 1, 90 | existing in matter, should produce a form which is in matter, ~ 112 1, 90 | can alone by His own power produce matter by ~creation: wherefore 113 1, 90 | wherefore He alone can produce a form in matter, without 114 1, 90 | conditions are ~required to produce a perfect than an imperfect 115 1, 90 | pre-existing creature can produce it. ~Secondly, in passive 116 1, 91 | Power, being infinite, can produce things of the ~same species 117 1, 91 | the Author of nature, can produce an effect into existence 118 1, 91 | Therefore God alone ~could produce either a man from the slime 119 1, 102 | it belongs to the best to produce the best," it is not ~fitting 120 1, 102 | supreme goodness of God should produce things without ~giving them 121 1, 103 | preserving power of God ~must produce something in the creature. 122 1, 103 | all agents which do not produce an effect of the ~same species 123 1, 103 | own cause, but can only produce ~another effect, so no effect 124 1, 104 | to several effects will produce none ~of them, unless it 125 1, 104 | things. Therefore it ~cannot produce any particular form, except 126 1, 104 | certain effects He can also produce certain effects by Himself 127 1, 104 | that God cannot Himself produce ~all the determinate effects 128 1, 109 | angels use ~corporeal seed to produce certain effects. But they 129 1, 109 | employing corporeal agents ~to produce these effects, as a workman 130 1, 113 | the world, in order to ~produce these effects, as Augustine 131 1, 114 | iii, 8,9) says that demons produce ~certain results by employing 132 1, 114 | to ~their effects, as to produce them, not of necessity, 133 1, 114 | ordered to its effect as to ~produce it in the majority of cases, 134 1, 114 | conditions, in order to produce its effect. Therefore as ~ 135 1, 116 | which anyone acts so as to produce his like, is an ~active 136 1, 117 | for the seminal power to produce the intellectual ~principle.~ 137 1, 118 | soul of the ~begetter, to produce the whole body, as stated 138 2, 1 | consequently in order that it produce a determinate effect, it 139 2, 5 | disposition of matter, can produce the final perfection. Now 140 2, 5 | matter, but ~can forthwith produce the whole effect. But man' 141 2, 6 | it is natural for fire to produce heat. Secondly, ~according 142 2, 9 | no particular power can produce a universal effect. But ~ 143 2, 11 | which we expect the tree to produce in the last place, and in 144 2, 15 | belongs to many powers to produce voluntary acts. Therefore 145 2, 18 | from the fact that it can produce a good ~effect. Consequently 146 2, 18 | acts that differ in species produce different effects. ~But 147 2, 18 | Ethic ii. 1) "like habits ~produce like actions." But a good 148 2, 20 | if ~it is of a nature to produce worse results. On the other 149 2, 21 | work is such, that he can produce a good or a bad thing, ~ 150 2, 21 | for instance, if an artist produce a bad thing, while intending 151 2, 21 | thing, while intending to ~produce something good; or produce 152 2, 21 | produce something good; or produce something good, while intending 153 2, 21 | good, while intending to ~produce something bad. Secondly, 154 2, 21 | to sin, if he intend to produce a ~bad work, and does so 155 2, 23 | is of such a nature as to produce in us a tendency to it, 156 2, 32 | are in me, yet they either produce in me something that gives ~ 157 2, 51 | reason is, because God can produce the effects of second ~causes, 158 2, 57 | live well, but that he may produce a ~good work of art, and 159 2, 58 | employing an instrument, it will produce ~an imperfect effect, if 160 2, 65 | virtues, in so far as they produce good ~works that are directed 161 2, 65 | Gentiles. But in so far as they produce good ~works in proportion 162 2, 71 | well disposed if it has to produce a good work. It is ~in this 163 2, 71 | does not, of necessity, produce its operation, but ~is used 164 2, 71 | fail to use the habit, or produce a contrary act; and so a 165 2, 71 | man ~having a virtue may produce an act of sin. And this 166 2, 71 | virtues of the soul do not produce their acts of necessity; ~ 167 2, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "to produce its like belongs to a perfect 168 2, 80 | seem possible for him ~to produce imaginary species, since 169 2, 80 | the devil is unable to produce, as is clear from ~what 170 2, 80 | nature: so that the devil can produce all those effects which ~ 171 2, 81 | infected soul would seem to ~produce other infected souls. Others, 172 2, 83 | does not of its own power produce the rational soul, but ~ 173 2, 85 | sin. Because human ~acts produce an inclination to like acts, 174 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 1: Causes that produce their effects of themselves, 175 2, 85 | of themselves, if equal, ~produce equal effects: for if such 176 2, 90 | just, which are ~adapted to produce and preserve happiness and 177 2, 102 | worshipping the ~planets, which produce various effects, and on 178 2, 109 | natural endowments, cannot produce meritorious works ~proportionate 179 2, 2 | faith can, without charity, produce a meritorious act; ~but, 180 2, 14 | contrary, Different causes produce different effects. Now Gregory ~ 181 2, 22 | it is proper to virtue to produce a good act. Now those who 182 2, 23 | charity implies ability to produce an act of more ~fervent 183 2, 56 | it belongs to justice to produce ~externally a deed that 184 2, 75 | real gold and silver can produce certain results by their 185 2, 75 | silver of alchemists cannot produce. Thus ~the true metal has 186 2, 85 | bound to pay tithes on the produce, because the ~latter is 187 2, 85 | anything else on one's entire produce.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 188 2, 87 | since contrary causes produce contrary effects. Now some 189 2, 92 | sin that idolatry does not produce at some ~time, either through 190 2, 93 | are threefold: for some produce ~their effects, of necessity 191 2, 93 | coming eclipse. Other causes produce their ~effects, not of necessity 192 2, 93 | determinate ~inclination to produce these effects. Consequently 193 2, 94 | forces of bodies in order to ~produce their proper effects. Now 194 2, 94 | whether they seem able to produce that effect ~naturally: 195 2, 94 | natural causes in order to produce their proper effects. But, ~ 196 2, 94 | if they seem unable to produce those effects naturally, 197 2, 94 | are seated in us, and they produce ~certain signs of sickness 198 2, 132 | belongs to magnificence to produce an external work. ~But not 199 2, 132 | a magnificent ~man will produce a more magnificent work 200 2, 132 | magnificent man uses to produce a great work, and also ~ 201 2, 133 | not shirk, so that he may produce a great work. Wherefore 202 2, 133 | equal ~expenditure will produce a more magnificent result." 203 2, 133 | result of this he intends to produce a little work, that is, 204 2, 160 | they may despoil it and produce vices of all kinds."~Aquin.: 205 2, 167 | contribute towards and produce necessaries and mainstays 206 2, 170 | effects, but is able to produce both the ~spiritual effect 207 2, 170 | same time, by creation, to produce the subject, so as to dispose 208 2, 171 | coordinations of the phantasms ~produce various intelligible species 209 3, 12 | infinite power, which could ~produce the whole at once; and thus 210 3, 12 | intellect which does not ~produce the whole at once, but successively; 211 3, 23 | Person of the Father, yet to produce any effect in creatures 212 3, 28 | as there was no further ~produce" [*Jerome, Adversus Helvid. 213 3, 39 | proper to the Father to ~produce the Word - that is, to utter 214 3, 46 | would seem that it could not produce fruit in us.~Aquin.: SMT 215 3, 47 | acting directly so as to produce the effect; and in this ~ 216 3, 60 | the sacraments, the words produce an effect according to the 217 3, 62 | spiritual ~substance so as to produce a particular spiritual effect; 218 3, 63 | sacraments of the New Law ~produce a character, in so far as 219 3, 64 | Inanimate things do not produce the sacramental effect, ~ 220 3, 64 | like manner neither do men ~produce the sacramental effect, 221 3, 64 | the sacrament, except he produce the sacramental effect by 222 3, 65 | sacraments, because they do not produce the sacramental effect, 223 3, 66 | baptisms, in so far as they produce the effect of the Baptism 224 3, 67 | to one and the same, to produce the whole and to dispose ~ 225 3, 69 | seems that Baptism does not produce its effect, when the ~insincerity 226 3, 71 | essential to a sacrament to produce its principal ~effect, which 227 3, 73 | this ~sacrament, neither produce Christ's true body, which 228 3, 73 | species of the bread and wine produce ~no effect except from the 229 3, 77 | without ~natural causes He can produce other effects of natural 230 3, 78 | consecrating the bread ~were to produce their effect before the 231 3, 78 | first immersion does not produce ~its effect until the third 232 3, 78 | consecration of Christ's body produce their ~effect, until the 233 3, 78 | consecrating words of the bread produce ~their effect before. the 234 3, 78 | that the first does not produce its effect until the second ~ 235 3, 79 | therefore this sacrament were to produce its effects in others besides ~ 236 3, 85 | subjected in the will, and to produce an effect in each ~power 237 Suppl, 3 | or which, it fears, will produce a greater effect in ~the 238 Suppl, 10| above, confession does not produce its effect, ~unless contrition 239 Suppl, 14| because works done in charity ~produce both these effects for the 240 Suppl, 16| they ~have not the power to produce the act, so that neither 241 Suppl, 18| virtue of the keys which produce ~their effect in the sacrament 242 Suppl, 19| sacraments, so ~that He could produce the sacramental effect without 243 Suppl, 19| that the latter does not produce, in the effect, its ~own 244 Suppl, 19| principal agent in order to produce a certain effect. ~Since 245 Suppl, 19| man may have, he cannot ~produce the effect of the keys, 246 Suppl, 19| good come out of evil, and produce many good effects through ~ 247 Suppl, 25| therefore, indulgences ~produce the effect which is claimed 248 Suppl, 29| part a second time would ~produce as much effect as if one 249 Suppl, 30| it may, in consequence, produce other effects ~besides. 250 Suppl, 30| Further, the sacraments always produce their effect in those who ~ 251 Suppl, 30| Further, the sacraments produce their effect by signifying 252 Suppl, 33| sacrament ~had failed to produce that effect; and this would 253 Suppl, 34| answer that, God wished to produce His works in likeness to 254 Suppl, 45| The sacramental causes produce their effect by signifying ~ 255 Suppl, 49| Further, the sacraments which produce an everlasting effect ~imprint 256 Suppl, 50| as are the causes which produce that good; for the ~causes 257 Suppl, 52| lesser; thus when it cannot produce a male ~it produces a female 258 Suppl, 52| sows on another's land, the produce belongs to ~the owner of 259 Suppl, 70| separated soul the ability to produce these powers if it should 260 Suppl, 71| thy signify, they do not ~produce this effect in respect of 261 Suppl, 71| signify Christ, they would produce something in Christ (which ~ 262 Suppl, 71| which ~is absurd). But they produce their effect on the recipient 263 Suppl, 72| because they will no more produce their effect, by ceasing 264 Suppl, 73| causes, ~but that He can produce their effects either immediately 265 Suppl, 74| namely that the sound will produce its effect in its last ~ 266 Suppl, 79| power ~of God, which might produce the same effect in a human 267 Suppl, 88| For such an ~agent cannot produce different dispositions,


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