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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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motion

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | way is the argument from motion. It is ~certain, and evident 2 1, 2 | world some things are in ~motion. Now whatever is in motion 3 1, 2 | motion. Now whatever is in motion is put in motion by another, 4 1, 2 | whatever is in motion is put in motion by another, for ~nothing 5 1, 2 | for ~nothing can be in motion except it is in potentiality 6 1, 2 | towards ~which it is in motion; whereas a thing moves inasmuch 7 1, 2 | inasmuch as it is in act. ~For motion is nothing else than the 8 1, 2 | Therefore, whatever is in motion must be put in ~motion by 9 1, 2 | in motion must be put in ~motion by another. If that by which 10 1, 2 | that by which it is put in motion be itself put in ~motion, 11 1, 2 | motion be itself put in ~motion, then this also must needs 12 1, 2 | also must needs be put in motion by another, and that ~by 13 1, 2 | inasmuch as they are put in motion by the ~first mover; as 14 1, 2 | only because it is put in motion by the ~hand. Therefore 15 1, 2 | at a first mover, put in motion ~by no other; and this everyone 16 1, 3 | of Him, viz. composition, motion, and the like. Therefore ( 17 1, 3 | First, because no body is in motion unless it ~be put in motion, 18 1, 3 | motion unless it ~be put in motion, as is evident from induction. 19 1, 3 | on the metaphor of local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[2] 20 1, 5 | they are abstracted from motion and ~matter; thus they cannot 21 1, 7 | circularly; forasmuch as circular motion requires that one part of 22 1, 9 | Further, everything in motion moves to some end. What 23 1, 9 | ultimate end, is not in motion. But some ~creatures have 24 1, 10 | but is ~not actually in motion. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 25 1, 18 | shellfish, move only with the motion of ~expansion and contraction; 26 1, 25 | agent is made known in its motion. Since then ~the greater 27 1, 25 | should be manifested in motion, so ~as to move without 28 1, 27 | procession in the ~sense of local motion, or of an action tending 29 1, 28 | although action is the same as motion, and ~likewise passion; 30 1, 28 | something "from which" ~there is motion in the thing moved; whereas 31 1, 29 | Nature is the principle of motion and rest, in those ~things 32 1, 36 | seems to signify impulse and motion; for we ~call the breath 33 1, 42 | material. The ninth is motion from a mover; and here again 34 1, 42 | of becoming, as time and motion, it follows that the ~Son 35 1, 43 | mission according to ~local motion, which is not in God.~Aquin.: 36 1, 45 | nobility of action and of motion is considered from ~their 37 1, 45 | what it was before, as in motion ~according to quantity, 38 1, 45 | coincide as to the substance of motion, and differ only according ~ 39 1, 45 | it must follow that when ~motion is withdrawn, only diverse 40 1, 45 | relation to the principle of motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 41 1, 46 | efficient cause, which acts by motion, of ~necessity precedes 42 1, 49 | as whatever ~there is of motion in the act of limping is 43 1, 53 | whither," he is no longer in motion, but is ~changed. But a 44 1, 53 | preceding article, the local ~motion of an angel can be continuous, 45 1, 65 | not by emanation, but by motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 46 1, 75 | As everything which is in motion must be moved by something ~ 47 1, 75 | appetitive power, ~commands motion. The operation of this power 48 1, 75 | is that which ~executes motion in adapting the members 49 1, 76 | the first ~instrument of motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 50 1, 42 | material. The ninth is motion from a mover; and here again 51 1, 42 | of becoming, as time and motion, it follows that the Son 52 1, 43 | mission according to ~local motion, which is not in God.~Aquin.: 53 1, 46 | nobility of action and of motion is considered from ~their 54 1, 46 | what it was before, as in motion ~according to quantity, 55 1, 46 | coincide as to the substance of motion, and differ only according ~ 56 1, 46 | it must follow that when ~motion is withdrawn, only diverse 57 1, 46 | relation to the principle of motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 58 1, 47 | efficient cause, which acts by motion, of ~necessity precedes 59 1, 50 | as whatever ~there is of motion in the act of limping is 60 1, 54 | whither," he is no longer in motion, but is ~changed. But a 61 1, 54 | preceding article, the local ~motion of an angel can be continuous, 62 1, 66 | not by emanation, but by motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 63 1, 74 | As everything which is in motion must be moved by something ~ 64 1, 74 | appetitive power, ~commands motion. The operation of this power 65 1, 74 | is that which ~executes motion in adapting the members 66 1, 75 | the first ~instrument of motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 67 1, 77 | they have not the power of ~motion. Now this motive power is 68 1, 77 | the object; ~while local motion is more perfect than, and 69 1, 77 | naturally prior to, the ~motion of alteration, as the Philosopher 70 1, 77 | Otherwise, since animal motion and action follow ~apprehension, 71 1, 83 | for instance, if upward motion is from lightness, then 72 1, 85 | relation of running to ~motion is necessary, for it is 73 1, 94 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: As the motion of the will is not continuous 74 1, 103 | action is without either motion ~or time; so also the preservation 75 1, 109 | angels as regards local motion?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 76 1, 109 | obey the angels in local motion. ~For the local motion of 77 1, 109 | local motion. ~For the local motion of natural bodies follows 78 1, 109 | they cause in them local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 79 1, 109 | viii, 7) proves that local motion ~is the first of all movements. 80 1, 109 | neither can they ~cause local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 81 1, 109 | obey the angels in local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 82 1, 109 | bodies obey them in local ~motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 83 1, 109 | the most perfect is local motion, as ~the Philosopher proves ( 84 1, 109 | and chiefly by a local ~motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 85 1, 109 | angels, by causing local motion, as the first motion, ~can 86 1, 109 | local motion, as the first motion, ~can thereby cause other 87 1, 110 | said De Anima iii, is "a motion caused by the sense ~in 88 1, 110 | sense ~in act." But if this motion were caused by an angel, 89 1, 112 | need time for his local motion, for he can be with man ~ 90 1, 116 | spiritual substance as to local ~motion, as stated above (Q[110], 91 1, 116 | obey the soul as to local ~motion. Now it is also manifest 92 2, 2 | man that puts them into motion, that by their means ~he 93 2, 3 | before the will does: yet ~motion towards the end begins in 94 2, 6 | that is not preceded by a motion from without. But ~all human 95 2, 6 | are indeed preceded by a motion ~from without; and this 96 2, 6 | by means of ~an extrinsic motion an animal's senses are confronted 97 2, 6 | so far as some extrinsic motion produces a ~physical change 98 2, 6 | body being affected by the motion of an outward body, the ~ 99 2, 9 | the movable results from motion of the mover. Therefore 100 2, 9 | A[1] Body Para. 2/3~The motion of the subject itself is 101 2, 9 | the principle of ~this motion lies in the end. And hence 102 2, 9 | therefore by this kind of motion the intellect moves the 103 2, 9 | that there be reciprocal motion. But ~the will moves the 104 2, 9 | without this universal ~motion, man cannot will anything. 105 2, 10 | to the second manner ~of motion, the will is moved by one 106 2, 10 | causes through the Divine motion, effects follow of ~necessity; 107 2, 10 | repugnant to the Divine motion, for the will to be moved 108 2, 13 | for an arrow through the motion of ~the archer goes straight 109 2, 13 | instance, "If he runs, he is in motion."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 110 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The motion of the will to the execution 111 2, 16 | use belongs to that ~very motion of the will, it stands between 112 2, 17 | For command is a kind of motion; because Avicenna says that 113 2, 17 | absolutely, but with a kind of motion as stated above.~Aquin.: 114 2, 17 | something, by a certain motion of intimation. Now to direct 115 2, 17 | command be taken loosely for motion.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 116 2, 17 | directing, with a certain motion, something to act. Now ~ 117 2, 52 | indivisibility is essential to the motion of such, wherefore whatever ~ 118 2, 53 | of reason, whenever its motion is contrary to such vice 119 2, 57 | which he has, is due to the motion of his will. ~Consequently 120 2, 68 | Now inspiration denotes motion from without. ~For it must 121 2, 68 | by God in relation to His motion; something, ~to wit, that 122 2, 68 | theological virtues, the motion of reason does not suffice, 123 2, 68 | addition the prompting or motion of the Holy Ghost, according ~ 124 2, 68 | things are subject, by His ~motion safeguards us from all folly, 125 2, 68 | the ~gifts as regards the motion of the Holy Ghost. Now the 126 2, 68 | human mind amenable to the ~motion of the Holy Ghost: which 127 2, 68 | amenable to the ~Divine motion.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 128 2, 81 | rational soul, nevertheless the motion ~of the semen is a disposition 129 2, 83 | whatever accrues from the motion ~of the will consenting 130 2, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As the motion of the will of an individual 131 2, 83 | not to its essence, so the motion of the will of the ~first 132 2, 83 | intellect, in the ~order of motion to act, which motion pertains 133 2, 83 | of motion to act, which motion pertains to sin.~Aquin.: 134 2, 109 | there is also required the motion of the first mover. Now ~ 135 2, 109 | alteration, except by the motion of the heavenly body. But 136 2, 109 | movements are reduced to the motion of the heavenly ~body as 137 2, 109 | moved by God; but this ~motion is according to the plan 138 2, 109 | necessity ~of nature, as the motion of the heavenly body. Now 139 2, 109 | Now not only is every ~motion from God as from the First 140 2, 109 | they need the help of God's motion in order to fulfil the ~ 141 2, 109 | directed to the last end by the motion of the first mover, and 142 2, 109 | the ~proximate end by the motion of any of the subordinate 143 2, 109 | seeking the victory by the motion ~of the leader of the army - 144 2, 109 | standard of a ~regiment by the motion of the standard-bearer. 145 2, 109 | Mover, simply, it is by His motion that everything seeks to 146 2, 109 | moved by God, no further motion is presupposed since God 147 2, 109 | as regards the internal ~motion of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 148 2, 109 | by virtue of the Divine ~motion. Secondly, for this special 149 2, 110 | movement of the soul; for "motion is the act of the ~mover 150 2, 111 | taken for God's gratuitous motion ~whereby He moves us to 151 2, 112 | and yet it is from God's motion. ~But it does not suffice 152 2, 112 | flight to God is by a ~Divine motion, which ought not, in justice, 153 2, 113 | to give up sin, and this motion of God is not the remission 154 2, 113 | the use of reason, ~God's motion to justice does not take 155 2, 113 | are required: first, the motion of the mover; secondly, 156 2, 113 | On the part of the Divine motion, there is the ~infusion 157 2, 113 | that in every movement the motion of the mover is ~naturally 158 2, 113 | the movement in which the motion of ~the mover rests, is 159 2, 113 | rests, is last. Now the motion of God the Mover is the 160 2, 114 | by virtue of the Divine motion; and thus we merit ~condignly; 161 2, 114 | does not reach beyond this ~motion. But Christ's soul is moved 162 2, 114 | this merit depends on the motion of Divine ~grace, and this 163 2, 114 | Divine ~grace, and this motion is interrupted by the subsequent 164 2, 114 | not fall under merit - the motion of the preceding grace not 165 2, 114 | AA[6],7), whatever the motion of grace ~reaches to, falls 166 2, 114 | under condign merit. Now the motion of a mover extends ~not 167 2, 114 | on the part of the Divine motion, which ~inclines man to 168 2, 114 | depends solely on the Divine motion, which is the principle 169 2, 114 | relation ~to the Divine motion, as stated above (AA[3], 170 2, 114 | with respect to the ~Divine motion, whereby men's wills are 171 2, 114 | in relation to the Divine motion, and not in relation to 172 2, 8 | as it is amenable to the motion of ~the Holy Ghost. Accordingly 173 2, 18 | rendered amenable to the motion of the Holy Ghost, just 174 2, 18 | rendered amenable to the motion of ~reason. Now for a thing 175 2, 18 | thing to be amenable to the motion of a certain mover, ~the 176 2, 22 | does not proceed from this motion in such a way that ~the 177 2, 23 | manner we observe in local motion that at first there is ~ 178 2, 32 | which power is not set in motion save by something ~apprehended. 179 2, 45 | will: but command denotes ~motion together with a kind of 180 2, 45 | is a restless man." Now motion belongs chiefly to the ~ 181 2, 48 | inanimate beings ~are set in motion by their movers. For irrational 182 2, 48 | do not put themselves in motion, since they ~have no free-will 183 2, 50 | rendered amenable to the ~motion of the Holy Ghost. Now God 184 2, 50 | Ghost are connected with the motion of the rational creature 185 2, 50 | two points concerning the motion of the human mind by ~God. 186 2, 62 | whereby to set themselves in motion; they are moved, as it were 187 2, 80 | those genera, but as the motion of the mover is found ~virtually 188 2, 81 | act ~of reason, under the motion of the will, from tending 189 2, 102 | are subject ~to the divine motion by a natural necessity so 190 2, 119 | rendering it amenable to the motion of the Holy Ghost. Now the 191 2, 136 | yielding as it were to a weak motion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[138] A[ 192 2, 137 | that the ~gifts regard the motion of the mind by the Holy 193 2, 162 | said to die, when he is in motion towards ~death; just as 194 2, 162 | be engendered, while in motion towards ~the state of having 195 2, 166 | outward members are ~set in motion at the command of reason. 196 2, 169 | since it denotes a kind of motion. ~Now prophecy is described 197 2, 169 | is brought about by the motion of ~the Holy Ghost, wherefore 198 3, 2 | intrinsic principle of ~motion: thus the Philosopher says ( 199 3, 2 | nature is the ~principle of motion in that in which it is essentially 200 3, 2 | nature of a relation, as of motion, depends on ~the subject. 201 3, 4 | locally is presupposed to the motion. Now a ~person in human 202 3, 4 | just as in every genus of motion the first mover is immovable 203 3, 4 | immovable as ~regards that motion, and the first to alter 204 3, 8 | the head imparts sense and motion to the members. Now ~spiritual 205 3, 8 | Now ~spiritual sense and motion which are by grace, are 206 3, 8 | come. Now it is the ~same motion to an image as image, and 207 3, 9 | as on reaching the end motion is no longer necessary. 208 3, 13 | be a principle of local motion, as is said De ~Anima iii, 209 3, 18 | never moved with its own motion, but only inasmuch ~as it 210 3, 19 | Jesus Christ there was no motion of the sensitive part which 211 3, 27 | concupiscence is a sinful motion. Now ~sensual concupiscence 212 3, 27 | in the ~Virgin. Now the motion of the fomes, even if it 213 3, 27 | permitting any inordinate motion to result from the fomes.~ 214 3, 27 | her, not the ~inordinate motion of vain glory in regard 215 3, 32 | anything to put itself in motion except it be divided ~into 216 3, 52 | cannot be a subject of local ~motion; for this belongs to bodies, 217 3, 52 | descent implies corporeal motion. Therefore it was not fitting 218 3, 52 | not by the same kind of ~motion as that whereby bodies are 219 3, 54 | though the features be there; motion without ~weariness, the 220 3, 57 | because ascension is local motion, a thing not in keeping ~ 221 3, 57 | and can be the subject of motion. In this sense, ~then, we 222 3, 57 | power is Divine. But this motion does not ~seem to have been 223 3, 57 | power is infinite, ~such motion would be instantaneous; 224 3, 57 | and just as the upward motion of a ~glorified body is 225 3, 62 | its ~form, but only by the motion whereby it is moved by the 226 3, 62 | and is incomplete; just as motion is an imperfect act passing 227 3, 62 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as motion, through being an imperfect 228 3, 64 | united to him by some sort of motion: for a workman ~works in 229 3, 64 | the intention there is the motion whereby it is ~moved by 230 3, 75 | this ~sacrament by local motion. First of all, because it 231 3, 75 | depart from thence by local motion, which ~would be perceived 232 3, 75 | as is said in Phys. iii: "motion is the act of a thing existing ~ 233 3, 75 | begin to be there by local motion, ~nor is it contained therein 234 3, 76 | the same thing to be in motion and ~at rest, else contradictories 235 3, 76 | but only according to the ~motion of the subject in which 236 3, 77 | atmosphere is ~displaced by the motion of these species. Thirdly, 237 Suppl, 18| power against that ~Divine motion, he would not realize the 238 Suppl, 41| pass at the intervention or motion ~of the free-will. Secondly, 239 Suppl, 70| according to him nothing is in motion except what is moved, and ~ 240 Suppl, 81| because ~whatever is in motion is moved for the sake of 241 Suppl, 81| practically, unless they be in ~motion, since nothing prevents 242 Suppl, 81| whatever to a thing ~that is in motion, whereas the plenum offers 243 Suppl, 81| Further, whatever is in motion is moved either in time 244 Suppl, 81| by ~a glorified body in motion is divisible. Therefore 245 Suppl, 81| impossible. But whatever is in ~motion is partly in a term "wherefrom" 246 Suppl, 81| while whatever has been in motion is wholly in ~the term whereto 247 Suppl, 81| we will call Z to be in motion from A to B. It is ~clear 248 Suppl, 81| is wholly in A is not in motion; and in like ~manner when 249 Suppl, 81| if it is at any time in motion it must needs be neither 250 Suppl, 81| Therefore while it is in motion, it is either ~nowhere, 251 Suppl, 88| Therefore it ~will always be in motion.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 252 Suppl, 88| body will ~always be in motion, and in like manner all


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