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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | all natural things can be reduced to one ~principle which 2 1, 2 | voluntary things can be reduced to one ~principle which 3 1, 2 | actuality. But nothing can be reduced from potentiality ~to actuality, 4 1, 3 | in potentiality can be reduced into actuality only by some 5 1, 3 | a point and unity are ~reduced to the genus of quantity, 6 1, 3 | all other privations are reduced to the genus of habit. But 7 1, 4 | potential being can only be reduced into act by some ~being 8 1, 5 | cause should goodness be reduced?~(5) Whether goodness consists 9 1, 5 | And to these three can be reduced species, mode and ~order, 10 1, 7 | for instance, a day is reduced to act successively, and 11 1, 7 | infinite in multitude is reduced to act successively, ~and 12 1, 7 | multitude is not ~all at once reduced to act, so neither is the 13 1, 9 | them, all things would be reduced ~to nothing, as appears 14 1, 11 | thereto by one. For many are reduced into one order by one ~better 15 1, 13 | every equivocal term is reduced to the univocal, as many ~ 16 1, 13 | the univocal, as many ~are reduced to one; for if the name " 17 1, 13 | which all other agents are reduced, is an univocal agent: and ~ 18 1, 13 | equivocal predications must be reduced to ~univocal, still in actions, 19 1, 13 | univocal ~predications are reduced to one first non-univocal 20 1, 14 | potentiality, unless it is reduced to act by a form. Now our ~ 21 1, 14 | our intellect, when ~it is reduced from potentiality to act, 22 1, 14 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Things reduced to act in time, as known 23 1, 19 | universe. But this cannot be reduced to other ~created secondary 24 1, 23 | meritorious cause, which is reduced to the disposition ~of the 25 1, 33 | term; just as negation is reduced to the ~genus of affirmation, 26 1, 33 | affirmation, as "not man" is reduced to the genus of substance, ~ 27 1, 44 | whatever is by participation is reduced to something ~self-existing, 28 1, 44 | self-existing, as a thing ignited is reduced to fire, as stated above ~( 29 1, 44 | determination of forms must be reduced to the divine wisdom as 30 1, 44 | the species, he cannot be reduced to anything ~self-existing 31 1, 45 | universal effects must be reduced to the more universal and ~ 32 1, 45 | is ~restrained from being reduced to act; and the more the 33 1, 45 | attribute, ~each effect is reduced to that attribute with which 34 1, 45 | thus the order of things is reduced to "wisdom," and the ~justification 35 1, 45 | substance of a thing, is reduced to "power."~Aquin.: SMT 36 1, 45 | things which are necessarily reduced ~to the divine Persons as 37 1, 45 | And to these also are reduced ~those three, "number," " 38 1, 45 | And to these three are reduced the other three mentioned 39 1, 45 | expressions may be easily reduced to the above.~Aquin.: SMT 40 1, 49 | of the secondary cause is reduced to the ~first cause. But 41 1, 49 | defect of the agent, is not reduced to God ~as to its cause. ~ 42 1, 49 | corruption of some things is reduced ~to God as the cause. And 43 1, 49 | deficient secondary cause is reduced to ~the first non-deficient 44 1, 49 | action in a bad action, is reduced to God as the cause; ~whereas 45 1, 49 | everything participated is reduced to what is essential. ~But 46 1, 49 | whatever is accidental is reduced to that which is "per ~se." 47 1, 49 | the evil of the effect is reduced to the evil of the ~cause; 48 1, 54 | until after it has been reduced to act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 49 1, 57 | particular effects ~are reduced; as if the astronomer were 50 1, 65 | such by participation is reduced to that ~which is such by 51 1, 75 | say that a thing can be ~reduced to nothing, we do not imply 52 1, 76 | qualities of the elements being reduced to an average. But this ~ 53 1, 76 | mixture they are ~modified and reduced to an average, so that one 54 1, 76 | more the organ of touch is reduced ~to an equable complexion, 55 1, 76 | mixed body, above others ~reduced to the most equable complexion. 56 1, 45 | whatever is by participation is reduced to something ~self-existing, 57 1, 45 | self-existing, as a thing ignited is reduced to fire, as stated above ~( 58 1, 45 | determination of forms must be reduced to the divine wisdom as 59 1, 45 | the species, he cannot be reduced to anything ~self-existing 60 1, 46 | universal effects must be reduced to the more universal and ~ 61 1, 46 | is ~restrained from being reduced to act; and the more the 62 1, 46 | attribute, ~each effect is reduced to that attribute with which 63 1, 46 | thus the order of things is reduced to "wisdom," and the ~justification 64 1, 46 | substance of a thing, is reduced to "power."~Aquin.: SMT 65 1, 46 | things which are necessarily reduced ~to the divine Persons as 66 1, 46 | And to these also are reduced ~those three, "number," " 67 1, 46 | And to these three are reduced the other three mentioned 68 1, 46 | expressions may be easily reduced to the above.~Aquin.: SMT 69 1, 50 | of the secondary cause is reduced to the ~first cause. But 70 1, 50 | defect of the agent, is not reduced to God ~as to its cause. ~ 71 1, 50 | corruption of some things is reduced ~to God as the cause. And 72 1, 50 | deficient secondary cause is reduced to ~the first non-deficient 73 1, 50 | action in a bad action, is reduced to God as the cause; ~whereas 74 1, 50 | everything participated is reduced to what is essential. ~But 75 1, 50 | whatever is accidental is reduced to that which is "per ~se." 76 1, 50 | the evil of the effect is reduced to the evil of the ~cause; 77 1, 55 | until after it has been reduced to act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 78 1, 58 | particular effects ~are reduced; as if the astronomer were 79 1, 66 | such by participation is reduced to that ~which is such by 80 1, 74 | say that a thing can be ~reduced to nothing, we do not imply 81 1, 75 | qualities of the elements being reduced to an average. But this ~ 82 1, 75 | mixture they are ~modified and reduced to an average, so that one 83 1, 75 | more the organ of touch is reduced ~to an equable complexion, 84 1, 75 | mixed body, above others ~reduced to the most equable complexion. 85 1, 77 | these actions cannot be reduced to ~the same one principle, 86 1, 77 | are, in corporeal things, reduced to diverse principles; for 87 1, 78 | is in anything which is reduced from potentiality to act.~ 88 1, 78 | intelligible. Now nothing is reduced ~from potentiality to act 89 1, 78 | because the intellect is reduced to act by the fact that 90 1, 78 | but ~only what cannot be reduced to the one same principle, 91 1, 80 | these two are not to be reduced to one principle: for ~sometimes 92 1, 83 | to intellect. And he is reduced from such potentiality ~ 93 1, 83 | that which is on fire ~is reduced to fire as the cause thereof. 94 1, 83 | whatever is in potentiality is reduced to act by ~something actual. 95 1, 83 | participated by our ~intellect are reduced, as to their first cause, 96 1, 83 | Our passive intellect is reduced from potentiality to act ~ 97 1, 96 | Further, this would seem to be reduced to the ancient fable, that ~ 98 1, 102 | other ~cause must itself be reduced to the first universal cause; 99 1, 103 | 4) Whether anything is reduced to nothingness?~Aquin.: 100 1, 103 | Wherefore if it were to be reduced to the perfect ~form of 101 1, 103 | the cause of ~things being reduced to non-existence, by withdrawing 102 1, 103 | Therefore creatures will be reduced to nothing.~Aquin.: SMT 103 1, 103 | at some time it ~will be reduced to nothing.~Aquin.: SMT 104 1, 103 | exist. Therefore they are ~reduced to nothing.~Aquin.: SMT 105 1, 103 | but that ~they should be reduced to nothing would hinder 106 1, 103 | concerned, they are not entirely reduced to nothingness; not ~that 107 1, 104 | passive potentiality can be reduced to act by the active power ~ 108 1, 104 | produced by God, it can be reduced to act by the ~Divine power: 109 1, 106 | the mind conceives may be reduced to a twofold principle; 110 1, 107 | several orders, all may be reduced ~to three, when we consider 111 1, 107 | and all this diversity is reduced to three - namely, to the ~ 112 1, 111 | the angels ~work; and is reduced to God as to its last end. 113 1, 114 | but by something ~being reduced from potentiality to act.~ 114 1, 114 | intellect and the will is ~reduced to a uniform principle which 115 1, 114 | of ~causes is not to be reduced to a further pre-existing 116 1, 114 | of another cause ~can be reduced to a heavenly body as its 117 1, 114 | being accidental, is not reduced to the causality of a ~heavenly 118 1, 115 | human ~affairs, is to be reduced to a superior cause, namely, 119 1, 115 | and in human affairs, is reduced to a preordaining cause, ~ 120 1, 115 | luck or ~by chance, being reduced to some ordering cause which 121 1, 118 | order that a thing should be reduced ~from potentiality to act 122 2, 3 | will: just as a movement is reduced to the genus of its terminus, 123 2, 3 | perfected, according as it is reduced from potentiality to act. 124 2, 3 | the ~human intellect is reduced to act by the consideration 125 2, 3 | is by something else is reduced to ~that which is of itself. 126 2, 3 | OBJ 3: Our intellect is reduced to act, in a fashion, by 127 2, 5 | in potentiality, can be reduced to ~act, by that which is 128 2, 9 | potentiality ~needs to be reduced to act by something actual; 129 2, 9 | multiform movements are reduced, as to their cause, ~to 130 2, 9 | not. Therefore they are reduced, as ~to their cause, to 131 2, 9 | by the will, could not be reduced to the movement of the ~ 132 2, 9 | movements of the human will are reduced to ~some uniform cause, 133 2, 9 | movements of the human body are reduced, as to their ~cause, to 134 2, 9 | But man's intellect is reduced to act, not by God alone, 135 2, 10 | thing in which they are, are reduced to something which belongs 136 2, 10 | that the will (which is reduced from potentiality to act, ~ 137 2, 18 | parts of a definition are reduced ~to the genus of formal 138 2, 19 | whatever is accidental is reduced to something essential, 139 2, 19 | willing to do so, cannot be ~reduced to any species of malice. 140 2, 19 | And then that evil is reduced to that species of malice.~ 141 2, 19 | this conformity is also reduced to the formal conformity, 142 2, 47 | the causes of anger are reduced to slight. For slight ~is 143 2, 47 | all motives of anger are reduced to these three. Two reasons 144 2, 50 | thing," that is, when it is ~reduced to act in respect of singulars 145 2, 59 | moral ~virtue, if they be reduced to the mean.~Aquin.: SMT 146 2, 69 | mentioned in Holy Writ must be reduced ~to these, either as to 147 2, 70 | gifts and virtues ~can be reduced to these by a certain kind 148 2, 70 | directing to good, are reduced to charity, joy and peace. 149 2, 71 | Affirmation and negation are reduced to one same genus: ~e.g. 150 2, 71 | begotten and unbegotten are reduced to the genus ~"relation," 151 2, 77 | desires good for himself, is ~reduced to self-love as to its cause, 152 2, 77 | evil. But each of these is reduced to self-love, since ~it 153 2, 77 | are a cause of sin can be ~reduced to these three: since all 154 2, 77 | concupiscible part ~can be reduced to the first two, and all 155 2, 79 | subordinate to the first cause, is reduced to that first cause; ~but 156 2, 79 | the first cause, it is not reduced to that first cause: thus 157 2, 79 | and every ~being in act is reduced to the First Act, viz. God, 158 2, 79 | Consequently ~this defect is not reduced to God as its cause, but 159 2, 79 | the defect of limping is reduced to a crooked leg as its 160 2, 79 | but also the defect, is reduced to man as ~its cause, which 161 2, 84 | due to ignorance, can be reduced to sloth, to which pertains ~ 162 2, 85 | conscience. That it is not reduced to ~act is owing to their 163 2, 85 | yet ~this aptitude is not reduced to act, for the lack of 164 2, 87 | the exercise of virtue, is reduced to original ~sin as its 165 2, 89 | degrees of venial sins are reduced to three, viz. to ~"wood," 166 2, 94 | the natural law, and are reduced to one ~first precept, as 167 2, 95 | conditions mentioned by him are reduced to these three. ~For it 168 2, 100 | of the decalogue can be reduced to the precepts of charity. ~ 169 2, 108 | All worldly goods may be reduced to three - honors, riches, ~ 170 2, 108 | which all others ~may be reduced: since whatever a man does 171 2, 108 | particular counsels may be reduced to these three general and 172 2, 108 | particular goods may be ~reduced, as stated above.~Aquin.: 173 2, 109 | corporeal movements are reduced to the motion of the heavenly ~ 174 2, 109 | corporeal ~and spiritual, are reduced to the simple First Mover, 175 2, 110 | corrupted, for thus it would ~be reduced to nothing, since it was 176 2, 110 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Grace is reduced to the first species of 177 2, 111 | infinite, nevertheless all reduced to some of a ~determinate 178 2, 1 | their multitude, cannot be ~reduced to a certain number. Therefore 179 2, 1 | thus all principles are reduced, ~as to their first principle, 180 2, 2 | sword, and so forth, is ~reduced to the object of fortitude, 181 2, 4 | different habits, so as to be reduced to various species in a 182 2, 4 | another, yet they are all reduced to one.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 183 2, 10 | sins, to which all sins are reduced. But unbelief does not seem ~ 184 2, 10 | theological virtues are not ~reduced to the cardinal virtues, 185 2, 10 | theological virtues are not reduced to the capital vices.~Aquin.: 186 2, 21 | which all others may be reduced, as stated above (FS, ~Q[ 187 2, 22 | because all other precepts are reduced thereto as to their end, 188 2, 26 | disposition also is to be reduced, though ~it is not a cause 189 2, 28 | passions, since it is not reduced to one of the twelve means ~ 190 2, 28 | the passions, and it is reduced to the mean called nemesis, ~ 191 2, 30 | OBJ 2: All other needs are reduced to these, for blindness 192 2, 30 | given to our neighbor is reduced to the precept ~about honoring 193 2, 31 | precepts of the Divine Law are reduced to the ~precepts of the 194 2, 31 | service to our neighbor are reduced to the precept about the ~ 195 2, 33 | from sloth and sorrow, are reduced to those mentioned by ~Gregory: 196 2, 33 | Idleness" and "drowsiness" are reduced ~to "sluggishness about 197 2, 43 | whereby all things are reduced to their right order; and ~ 198 2, 71 | commutations, to which are reduced all ~injuries inflicted 199 2, 77 | the negation of an act ~is reduced to the genus of act, and 200 2, 117 | prodigality, but he ~is easily reduced to a state of want, since 201 2, 121 | passions of the soul need to be reduced to a ~mean by some virtue. 202 2, 126 | that all these parts may be reduced to the ~four principal parts 203 2, 152 | pertaining to lustful matter are reduced to other species of ~lust.~ 204 2, 162 | our first parents, already reduced ~through sin to unhappy 205 2, 165 | consist in his intellect being reduced from potentiality to ~act, 206 2, 166 | outward movements may be reduced to two virtues, which the 207 2, 169 | However, prophecy may be reduced to a passion, provided we 208 2, 186 | which all other matters are ~reduced, as stated above (Q[186], 209 3, 8 | potentiality ~who will never be reduced to act, and some are reduced 210 3, 8 | reduced to act, and some are reduced at some time to ~act; and 211 3, 8 | potentiality, which is not yet ~reduced to act, yet will be reduced 212 3, 8 | reduced to act, yet will be reduced to act according to Divine ~ 213 3, 8 | potentiality, ~which will never be reduced to act; such are those men 214 3, 9 | potentiality is imperfect unless reduced to act. But it ~was fitting 215 3, 9 | What is in potentiality is reduced to act by what is in ~act; 216 3, 9 | is imperfect unless it be reduced to act. But the passive ~ 217 3, 9 | intelligible things. and it is ~reduced to act by intelligible species, 218 3, 10 | have been nor ever will ~be reduced to act. Now some of these 219 3, 11 | regard to which it can be reduced to act by the active ~intellect, 220 3, 11 | having each of its powers ~reduced to act. Now it must be borne 221 3, 11 | powers of Christ's soul were reduced to act by this divinely ~ 222 3, 11 | knowledge ~which is never reduced to act would seem useless. 223 3, 11 | Reply OBJ 2: Habits are reduced to act by the command of 224 3, 11 | that it extends to is not reduced to act; provided ~that that 225 3, 11 | the due end of the will be reduced to act ~according as the 226 3, 51 | Whether Christ's body was reduced to dust in the tomb?~Aquin.: 227 3, 51 | seem that Christ's body was reduced to dust in the tomb. ~For 228 3, 51 | putrefy, or in ~any way be reduced to dust, since the putrefaction 229 3, 76 | And to this mode can be reduced what we say of Christ, being ~ 230 3, 77 | instance, if the bread be reduced to fine particles, or the 231 3, 77 | disappear altogether, as ~if reduced to nothing; on the contrary, 232 Suppl, 1 | was in itself solid is reduced to minute particles. And 233 Suppl, 5 | justification, and ~a disposition is reduced to a material cause, if 234 Suppl, 5 | to act, because this is reduced to the ~genus of efficient 235 Suppl, 8 | Para. 2/2~Further, man is reduced to the equality of justice 236 Suppl, 15| many kinds of sins, all are reduced to ~those three roots or 237 Suppl, 16| is useless if it is not reduced to its act. But ~the saints 238 Suppl, 17| himself, he needs not to be ~reduced to act by some active power. 239 Suppl, 34| that last ~things should be reduced and perfected by middle 240 Suppl, 50| in general, they may be reduced to a ~certain number; as 241 Suppl, 58| all natural defects are reduced to frigidity.~Aquin.: SMT 242 Suppl, 72| mountains and buildings ~will be reduced to dust; on the "twelfth" 243 Suppl, 72| qualities, since these ~are reduced to a mean, and a mean is 244 Suppl, 72| be ~consumed when it is reduced to naught. Now the bodies 245 Suppl, 72| the wicked will ~not be reduced to naught, but will be kept 246 Suppl, 72| bodies of the good will be reduced to ashes by ~the fire, they 247 Suppl, 72| death and by its being ~reduced to ashes, and in the soul 248 Suppl, 75| Yet a thing cannot ~be reduced to ashes unless it be burned. 249 Suppl, 75| body of a dead man is not reduced to ashes ~immediately after 250 Suppl, 75| all ~bodies must needs be reduced to ashes. ~Aquin.: SMT XP 251 Suppl, 75| by fire it is said to be reduced to ashes. wherefore ~the 252 Suppl, 76| resulting from simple qualities reduced to a mean, is ~not the substantial 253 Suppl, 78| quantity of time will be reduced to the same measure in ~ 254 Suppl, 78| dimensive ~quantity will also be reduced to the same measure in all, 255 Suppl, 80| fact, they will be more reduced to the mean. Neither, ~therefore, 256 Suppl, 80| one another, so that it is reduced in quantity ~however small 257 Suppl, 80| are not in ~excess but are reduced to a supreme degree of equality, 258 Suppl, 80| tangible qualities are not ~reduced to the real mean that is 259 Suppl, 88| this renewal will not be reduced to a cause that is moved, 260 Suppl, 88| is useless if it be not reduced to act. ~Now in whatever 261 Suppl, 88| unless this potentiality be ~reduced to act, it would remain 262 Suppl, 88| imperfect. ~But it cannot be reduced to act save by local movement. 263 Suppl, 89| passive power that is not reduced to act is ~imperfect. Now


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