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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | that certain figures are formed in ~the senses or imagination, 2 1, 12 | imagination are divinely formed, so as to express divine 3 1, 12 | even voices, are ~divinely formed to express some divine meaning; 4 1, 12 | natural ~order, or divinely formed in the imagination, we have 5 1, 13 | affirmative propositions can be formed about God?~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 13 | being" and "non-being" formed by reason, apprehending ~" 7 1, 13 | affirmative propositions can be formed about God?~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 13 | affirmative propositions cannot be formed about ~God. For Dionysius 9 1, 13 | affirmative proposition cannot be formed about God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 13 | affirmative propositions can be formed about ~God.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 13 | affirmative propositions can be formed about God. To ~prove this 12 1, 14 | enunciations that can be formed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 13 1, 15 | they themselves not being formed. Thus they are eternal, 14 1, 15 | with them everything is formed that can rise or ~decay, 15 1, 15 | His understanding to be formed by a plurality of images. ~ 16 1, 16 | enunciable propositions which are formed by us, eternal, but it had 17 1, 28 | real relations, but are ~formed only by the mind.~Aquin.: 18 1, 31 | whereas the masculine is ~formed and distinct; and so is 19 1, 33 | no before or ~after, is formed the principle not from a 20 1, 43 | such a visible ~creature, formed for such a purpose, necessarily 21 1, 43 | Those visible creatures were formed by the ministry of the ~ 22 1, 45 | and according "as it is formed by a species," and according ~ 23 1, 58 | species; just at the body is formed by shape. But one ~body 24 1, 58 | But one ~body cannot be formed into many shapes. Therefore 25 1, 63 | nature while as yet not fully formed: and when it is said ~that 26 1, 63 | dragon which Thou hast formed - He who was the more excellent 27 1, 65 | matter are derived from, and formed by, forms immaterially ~ 28 1, 65 | things, but that the devil formed ~corporeal matter, and differentiated 29 1, 66 | things Thou ~hast made, one formed, the other formless," and 30 1, 66 | formless before it was fully formed and distinguished into day 31 1, 67 | And spiritual nature was formed first, as being of higher ~ 32 1, 67 | matter of which it had been formed. But this cannot well be ~ 33 1, 68 | made in the six days was formed out of ~matter created before 34 1, 68 | firmament cannot have been ~formed out of pre-existing matter, 35 1, 69 | intermediate body, water, was formed, receiving from the ~firmament 36 1, 70 | distinction, so that heaven was formed on the first day; on the 37 1, 70 | be said that they ~were formed out of matter already existing, 38 1, 70 | animals and plants were ~formed. For those, however, who 39 1, 70 | substance, at first formless, is formed on this day, by receiving ~ 40 1, 70 | previously was ~without form, was formed on the fourth day.~Aquin.: 41 1, 73 | of Adam out of which God formed Eve; whilst ~others existed 42 1, 74 | spiritual creatures are formed on the first ~day, and corporeal 43 1, 74 | the higher bodies being formed on ~the first these two 44 1, 74 | the firmament had not been formed, and the earth was still 45 1, 74 | the heavenly bodies been formed, which is the fourth ~difference; 46 1, 75 | of which all bodies are formed in ~order to know all bodies.~ 47 1, 43 | such a visible ~creature, formed for such a purpose, necessarily 48 1, 43 | Those visible creatures were formed by the ministry of the ~ 49 1, 46 | and according "as it is formed by a species," and according ~ 50 1, 59 | species; just at the body is formed by shape. But one ~body 51 1, 59 | But one ~body cannot be formed into many shapes. Therefore 52 1, 64 | nature while as yet not fully formed: and when it is said ~that 53 1, 64 | dragon which Thou hast formed - He who was the more excellent 54 1, 66 | matter are derived from, and formed by, forms immaterially ~ 55 1, 66 | things, but that the devil formed ~corporeal matter, and differentiated 56 1, 67 | things Thou ~hast made, one formed, the other formless," and 57 1, 67 | formless before it was fully formed and distinguished into day 58 1, 68 | And spiritual nature was formed first, as being of higher ~ 59 1, 68 | matter of which it had been formed. But this cannot well be ~ 60 1, 69 | made in the six days was formed out of ~matter created before 61 1, 69 | firmament cannot have been ~formed out of pre-existing matter, 62 1, 70 | intermediate body, water, was formed, receiving from the ~firmament 63 1, 71 | distinction, so that heaven was formed on the first day; on the 64 1, 71 | be said that they ~were formed out of matter already existing, 65 1, 71 | animals and plants were ~formed. For those, however, who 66 1, 71 | substance, at first formless, is formed on this day, by receiving ~ 67 1, 71 | previously was ~without form, was formed on the fourth day.~Aquin.: 68 1, 72 | of Adam out of which God formed Eve; whilst ~others existed 69 1, 73 | spiritual creatures are formed on the first ~day, and corporeal 70 1, 73 | the higher bodies being formed on ~the first these two 71 1, 73 | the firmament had not been formed, and the earth was still 72 1, 73 | the heavenly bodies been formed, which is the fourth ~difference; 73 1, 74 | of which all bodies are formed in ~order to know all bodies.~ 74 1, 78 | even corporeal matter was ~formed, in order that individuals 75 1, 78 | and that our intellect was formed by such ~participation in 76 1, 78 | active intellect there is formed, according to him, a certain ~ 77 1, 78 | understand" is to adhere to the formed judgment with approval.~ 78 1, 78 | by which conscience is formed, although many, nevertheless 79 1, 82 | 3) says ~that, "having formed a judgment by counsel, we 80 1, 83 | images of bodies which are formed in the soul and of ~the 81 1, 83 | concerning anything cannot be formed, unless all that pertains ~ 82 1, 85 | conclusion of a syllogism formed by the practical intellect, 83 1, 89 | written (Gn. 2:7): "God formed man of the slime of ~the 84 1, 89 | whereas the body of man ~was formed on the sixth day, when also 85 1, 90 | man is said to have been ~formed from the slime of the earth; 86 1, 90 | organs of which cannot be formed of a ~heavenly body which 87 1, 90 | pre-existing ~body has been formed whereby another body of 88 1, 90 | blind: and by this power He formed the body of the first man 89 1, 90 | thought that man's body was formed first in ~priority of time, 90 1, 90 | soul was infused into the ~formed body. But it is inconsistent 91 1, 91 | in producing nature, God formed not only the male but also 92 1, 91 | When all things were first formed, it was more suitable ~for 93 1, 91 | woman should not have been formed from the ~rib of man. For 94 1, 91 | Therefore ~Eve was not formed from a rib of Adam.~Aquin.: 95 1, 91 | that the woman's body was formed by a material ~increase, 96 1, 91 | 1~Whether the woman was formed immediately by God?~Aquin.: 97 1, 91 | seem that the woman was not formed immediately by God. ~For 98 1, 91 | But the woman's body was formed ~from corporeal matter. 99 1, 91 | the body of man was not formed by the angels ~from the 100 1, 91 | was the body of the woman formed ~by them from the man's 101 1, 101 | from which her ~body was formed. For the same reason the 102 1, 104 | written (Gn. 2:7): "God formed man of the slime ~of the 103 1, 105 | 3: The rational mind is formed immediately by God, either 104 1, 110 | sensible object from without, ~formed by nature or by the angel 105 1, 113 | imagination itself or the images ~formed therein were identified 106 1, 114 | male sex; wherefore it is formed sometimes into a male, ~ 107 1, 118 | comes and goes." Now what is formed from food comes and ~goes. 108 1, 118 | renewal, unless what is ~formed from the food, took the 109 1, 118 | also ~does that which is formed from the food.~Aquin.: SMT 110 1, 118 | according to that which is formed therein, thus it ~remains 111 1, 118 | which this ~individual was formed were actually in Adam: but 112 1, 118 | from ~which His Body was formed, and which was supplied 113 1, 118 | because His Body was not formed by the seminal virtue of 114 2, 48 | because of the blood being formed ~there. On the other hand, 115 2, 50 | like acts like habits ~are formed" (Ethic. ii, 1,2). And therefore 116 2, 51 | multiplied a certain ~quality is formed in the power which is passive 117 2, 52 | like judgment should be formed. But all ~the acts proceeding 118 2, 55 | matter "out of which" it is formed, as neither has any ~other 119 2, 63 | for which other eyes are formed naturally: consequently 120 2, 72 | the third, "when it is formed into a habit"; and the ~ 121 2, 78 | which ~those habits were formed" (Ethic. ii, 1,2). But the 122 2, 78 | which those habits were formed: but they differ from them 123 2, 81 | be contracted by anyone formed miraculously from ~some 124 2, 81 | be contracted by a person formed miraculously ~from human 125 2, 81 | contracted by a person ~formed miraculously from human 126 2, 81 | But if a man were to be formed in ~the aforesaid manner, 127 2, 81 | part of the flesh it was formed. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 128 2, 81 | But those who might be formed ~out of human flesh, would 129 2, 81 | But if ~anyone were to be formed by God out of human flesh, 130 2, 81 | OBJ 3: If a man were to be formed from human flesh, he would 131 2, 102 | baked in the fire, ~i.e. formed by the Holy Ghost in the 132 2, 108 | moral precepts, which ~also formed part of the Old Law. Hence, 133 2, 108 | whereby a Christian's life is formed."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 134 2, 2 | consideration is already formed. But ~some acts of the intellect 135 2, 4 | faith is perfected and formed by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 136 2, 4 | without form hitherto, becomes formed and living.~Aquin.: SMT 137 2, 4 | will, inasmuch as it ~is formed by charity. ~Aquin.: SMT 138 2, 4 | Oper. xvi.]. Now ~faith is formed by charity, as stated above ( 139 2, 9 | sure judgment about a thing formed chiefly from its ~cause, 140 2, 9 | about the second cause to be formed through the first cause: ~ 141 2, 9 | wherefore the judgment which is formed through the first cause, 142 2, 9 | to the judgment which is formed through second causes. ~ 143 2, 9 | restricted to judgments formed through created things.~ 144 2, 49 | about a thing should be formed from the proper ~principles 145 2, 58 | whom judgment is being ~formed; for he is deemed worthy 146 2, 58 | Further, judgment has to be formed about individual happenings. ~ 147 2, 93 | phantom or mock apparition formed by the machinations of the 148 2, 120 | animal the first thing to be formed is the heart, and in building 149 2, 152 | regard some of the images ~formed by his imagination as though 150 2, 152 | those superfluities are formed in the imagination. ~Accordingly 151 2, 154 | holding to the judgment formed by his reason.~Aquin.: SMT 152 2, 167 | strive to reform what He has formed. This is an assault on the 153 2, 171 | in a mirror ~images are formed from other things, and this 154 2, 171 | Divine foreknowledge is formed therein, ~for which reason 155 2, 171 | 2/7~As to the judgment formed by the human mind, it depends 156 2, 171 | whether these be divinely ~formed for this special purpose, 157 2, 171 | images of bodies ~which are formed in the soul are seen just 158 2, 171 | imaginary ~pictures were formed or coordinated, either while 159 3, 1 | the human race ~was to be formed to the highest virtue should 160 3, 5 | heaven, but that His body was formed by a ~heavenly power, i.e. 161 3, 6 | from which the speech is ~formed. And similarly from the 162 3, 6 | proceeds the Holy Spirit, Who ~formed the body of Christ, as will 163 3, 12 | concepts. Now as ~words formed by a man are signs of his 164 3, 12 | knowledge; so are ~creatures, formed by God, signs of His wisdom. 165 3, 13 | since the ~imagination was formed to be a principle of local 166 3, 17 | masculine ~signifies something formed and perfect. on the other 167 3, 18 | e.g. if ~a man were well formed or healthy as regards his 168 3, 21 | because His reason ~which formed the petition did not desire 169 3, 27 | written ~(Jer. 1:5): "Before I formed thee in the bowels of thy 170 3, 27 | Jeremias before he was formed ~in the womb, by knowledge, 171 3, 28 | T. P.)], wherein He had formed the flesh of Christ: ~wherefore 172 3, 30 | again, until ~Christ be formed in you." But to those who 173 3, 31 | 5) Whether His body was formed from the purest blood of 174 3, 31 | Christ should not have been formed from the mass of the human ~ 175 3, 31 | body of Christ was ~not formed of matter derived from Adam.~ 176 3, 31 | Therefore ~Christ's body was formed of matter derived from Adam.~ 177 3, 31 | from which His body was formed, but either as to ~the virtue 178 3, 31 | the virtue whereby it was formed; or even as to His very 179 3, 31 | from man: just as Eve was formed from the rib of ~a man.~ 180 3, 31 | Almighty God had created a man formed otherwise than in a ~mother' 181 3, 31 | the woman was miraculously formed from the man, so ~Christ' 182 3, 31 | man, so ~Christ's body was formed miraculously from the Virgin. 183 3, 31 | is ~not said to have been formed from the man's blood, but 184 3, 31 | Christ's ~body have been formed from the Virgin's blood, 185 3, 31 | other men's bodies are not formed from the purest blood but ~ 186 3, 31 | the Virgin's purest blood, formed Himself flesh, animated 187 3, 31 | Christ's body should be formed not from the flesh or ~bones 188 3, 31 | from which His body was formed was actual flesh, but blood, 189 3, 31 | from this was the woman formed, without ~detriment to the 190 3, 31 | which Christ's body could be formed without detriment to His ~ 191 3, 31 | the conception is not ~formed; but from a certain secretion 192 3, 31 | Christ's body said ~to be "formed of the most chaste and purest 193 3, 31 | Christ's body was to be formed: ~but it was there according 194 3, 31 | preserved by His body being formed from the Virgin's blood, ~ 195 3, 31 | afterwards Christ's body was formed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 196 3, 31 | afterwards Christ's body was formed; as some indeed held. For 197 3, 31 | Christ's body could be formed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 198 3, 32 | through the Holy Ghost formed the body ~which He assumed. 199 3, 32 | nature: ~for a shadow is formed by light and body," as Gregory 200 3, 32 | body assumed, which is ~formed by the operation of the 201 3, 32 | body was wrought," i.e. formed, "by the power and might 202 3, 32 | mingled. But Christ's body was formed of [de] the Virgin Mary. 203 3, 32 | child's body is naturally formed. But nature is an ~intrinsic 204 3, 33 | Whether Christ's body was formed in the first instant of 205 3, 33 | Whether Christ's body was formed in the first instant of 206 3, 33 | that Christ's body was not formed in the first ~instant of 207 3, 33 | s body was not perfectly formed in the first instant of ~ 208 3, 33 | Therefore Christ's body was not formed in an instant. ~Aquin.: 209 3, 33 | Further, Christ's body was formed of the purest blood of the ~ 210 3, 33 | Therefore Christ's body was not formed in an instant, but during 211 3, 33 | by whom Christ's body was formed, as ~stated above (Q[32], 212 3, 33 | Son, whose body was being ~formed. For it was unbecoming that 213 3, 33 | body was both perfectly formed and ~assumed. And thus is 214 3, 33 | which Christ's ~body was formed. And this instant was the 215 3, 33 | But Christ's body was not formed by the ~seed of man, as 216 3, 33 | s body as soon as it is formed, so was it with Christ. 217 3, 33 | Christ's body was perfectly formed in a shorter space of time, 218 3, 33 | the body is successively formed and disposed for the ~soul: 219 3, 33 | Christ's flesh had been formed or conceived, not ~instantaneously, 220 3, 35 | iii), "Christ's body was ~formed, not by a seminal process, 221 3, 35 | from the Virgin Mother, and formed from her ~purest blood. 222 3, 39 | since such a vision was ~formed in Christ's imagination 223 3, 39 | by ~Christ, so also they formed the voice: yet the Father 224 3, 41 | effects," from which they formed a ~certain conjecture that 225 3, 45 | but that those bodies were formed "of some available matter. 226 3, 60 | men"; because words can be formed in various ~ways for the 227 3, 66 | which for the most part is formed by the condensing of ~vapors, 228 3, 66 | condensing of ~vapors, themselves formed from water, and contains 229 3, 68 | animated infant is already formed, and ~consequently distinct 230 3, 76 | such ~species is divinely formed in the eye in order to represent 231 3, 76 | but a species miraculously formed either in the ~eyes of the 232 3, 77 | natural causes, even as He ~formed a human body in the Virgin' 233 Suppl, 43| For a contract that can be formed by others does not ~require 234 Suppl, 54| OBJ 1: Although Eve was formed from Adam she was not Adam' 235 Suppl, 54| daughter, because she was not formed from him after the manner 236 Suppl, 54| a horse might have been formed in the ~same way as Eve 237 Suppl, 65| sufficed man when he was first formed to have one wife, as stated 238 Suppl, 76| if the body were to be ~formed from those other elemental 239 Suppl, 78| Adam is ~said to have been formed in the youthful age on account 240 Suppl, 78| natural power which first formed his body; ~for otherwise 241 Suppl, 79| held heavenly bodies to be formed]: or heavenly body, which 242 Suppl, 81| defect whereby a creature is formed from nothing. Hence ~such 243 Suppl, 93| eunuchs whose bodies are so ~formed that they are unable to 244 Suppl, 96| Our Lord speaks there of formed faith [*Cf. SS, Q[4], A[ 245 Suppl, 96| the foundation denotes ~formed faith, upon which whosoever


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