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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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production

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1 1, 9 | existence. Thus, as the ~production of a thing into existence 2 1, 21 | preserved in creation; by the production of beings in ~a manner that 3 1, 25 | manifest itself in the production of its effect: as, for example, 4 1, 25 | wholly manifest itself in the production of an ~animal generated 5 1, 30 | Himself infinitely in the production of a divine person. But ~ 6 1, 32 | the Holy Ghost, but to the production of the world. For one ~God 7 1, 33 | as the principle of the production of creatures. For as the ~ 8 1, 37 | the flower, but by ~the production of the flower. So when we 9 1, 37 | sense, not only imports the production of a divine person, but ~ 10 1, 44 | be ~threefold: (1) of the production of creatures; (2) of the 11 1, 44 | consider that if for the production of anything an ~exemplar 12 1, 45 | but cannot happen in the production of all being by the ~universal 13 1, 45 | creation; for creation is the ~production of the whole being, and 14 1, 45 | But creation, which is the production of the very ~substance of 15 1, 47 | ARTICLES)~After considering the production of creatures, we come to 16 1, 61 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE PRODUCTION OF THE ANGELS IN THE ORDER 17 1, 61 | hence the six days of the production of ~things are set forth 18 1, 65 | corporeal creatures, in the production of which, as Holy Scripture 19 1, 65 | which, after narrating the ~production of each kind of corporeal 20 1, 65 | iii, 4). Therefore in the ~production of things it was ordained 21 1, 65 | another, and so on until the ~production of corporeal creatures. 22 1, 65 | untenable, since ~the first production of corporeal creatures is 23 1, 65 | cause. But creation is the ~production of a thing in its entire 24 1, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the production of things an order exists, 25 1, 65 | another by a lower. But ~the production of finite things, where 26 1, 65 | cause. But in the first production of corporeal creatures no ~ 27 1, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the production of light is fittingly assigned 28 1, 67 | It would seem that the production of light is not fittingly ~ 29 1, 67 | a subordinate place. The production of light, then, ought not ~ 30 1, 67 | fourth day. Therefore the production of light could not have 31 1, 67 | second day. ~Therefore the production of light, dividing night 32 1, 67 | A[5]). Therefore the ~production of light ought not to be 33 1, 67 | are two opinions as to the production of light. ~Augustine seems 34 1, 67 | fittingly passed over the production of the spiritual creature, 35 1, 67 | nature ~is signified by the production of light, that is to say, 36 1, 67 | Other writers think that the production of spiritual creatures was ~ 37 1, 67 | removed first of all by the production ~of light. In the first 38 1, 67 | works of distinction the production of light should take first ~ 39 1, 67 | effects. Thus, then, in the production of this light a triple distinction ~ 40 1, 67 | we must understand ~the production of light to signify the 41 1, 68 | the firmament implies the production of the element of ~fire. 42 1, 68 | the element of ~fire. This production, however, belongs to the 43 1, 69 | the waters;~(2) About the production of plants.~Aquin.: SMT FP 44 1, 69 | it was fitting that the production of plants should take place 45 1, 69 | was not fitting that the production of ~plants should take place 46 1, 69 | as ~animals have. But the production of animals belongs to the 47 1, 69 | adornment. Therefore the production of plants, as ~also belonging 48 1, 69 | thee," show that by the production of certain plants ~the earth 49 1, 69 | accursed. Therefore the production of plants in general ~should 50 1, 69 | herb." But concerning the production of ~plants, Augustine's 51 1, 69 | it grew." Therefore, the production of plants in their ~causes, 52 1, 69 | worketh until now."Now the ~production of plants from out the earth 53 1, 69 | the natural course by ~the production of seed. Wherefore Scripture 54 1, 69 | seed," as ~indicating the production of perfection of perfect 55 1, 69 | fixed in the earth, their production ~is treated as a part of 56 1, 70 | of inquiry:~(1) As to the production of the lights;~(2) As to 57 1, 70 | As to the end of their production;~(3) Whether they are living 58 1, 70 | adornment is set ~forth by the production of things having movement 59 1, 70 | Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~production of lights is not at variance 60 1, 70 | cooperate in the work of ~production by their movements, as the 61 1, 70 | the cause assigned for the production of the lights is reasonable?~ 62 1, 70 | the cause assigned for the production of the ~lights is not reasonable. 63 1, 70 | ministers, as it were, to their production. The intellect, for example, ~ 64 1, 71 | does not suffice for the production of every kind of ~fishes 65 1, 71 | walk on land. Therefore the production of fishes is ~not sufficiently 66 1, 71 | intermediate body, by the production of birds and fishes. As, 67 1, 71 | in his opinion about the production of fishes and birds, as 68 1, 71 | as he differs ~about the production of plants. For while others 69 1, 71 | region of clouds. Hence the ~production of birds is ascribed to 70 1, 71 | The order in which the production of these animals is given ~ 71 1, 72 | said about them in the ~production of other animals, whereas 72 1, 72 | earth, is adorned by the ~production of land animals, corresponds 73 1, 72 | Gen. ad lit. ~v) that the production was potential, and other 74 1, 72 | hence, in speaking of their production, nothing is said of their 75 1, 73 | the seventh day, as the production of many individual ~beings, 76 1, 73 | to movement, but to ~the production of new creatures, and to 77 1, 74 | one day is devoted to the ~production of fishes, and another to 78 1, 74 | ought to be assigned to the production of birds and ~another to 79 1, 74 | creation belongs to the ~production of formless matter, and 80 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The production of animals is recorded with 81 1, 74 | therefore the days of ~their production are separated or united 82 1, 74 | referring to the ~mode of production, they will be found not 83 1, 74 | either view of the mode of ~production. For the other writers agree 84 1, 74 | with him that in the first ~production of things matter existed 85 1, 74 | there was ~a time, after the production of creatures, in which light 86 1, 74 | creation is ~understood the production of formless matter. But 87 1, 75 | sensitive powers in the ~production of the phantasms.~Aquin.: 88 1, 37 | the flower, but by ~the production of the flower. So when we 89 1, 37 | sense, not only imports the production of a divine person, but ~ 90 1, 45 | be ~threefold: (1) of the production of creatures; (2) of the 91 1, 45 | consider that if for the production of anything an ~exemplar 92 1, 46 | but cannot happen in the production of all being by the ~universal 93 1, 46 | creation; for creation is the ~production of the whole being, and 94 1, 46 | But creation, which is the production of the very ~substance of 95 1, 48 | ARTICLES)~After considering the production of creatures, we come to 96 1, 62 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE PRODUCTION OF THE ANGELS IN THE ORDER 97 1, 62 | hence the six days of the production of ~things are set forth 98 1, 66 | corporeal creatures, in the production of which, as Holy Scripture 99 1, 66 | which, after narrating the ~production of each kind of corporeal 100 1, 66 | iii, 4). Therefore in the ~production of things it was ordained 101 1, 66 | another, and so on until the ~production of corporeal creatures. 102 1, 66 | untenable, since ~the first production of corporeal creatures is 103 1, 66 | cause. But creation is the ~production of a thing in its entire 104 1, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the production of things an order exists, 105 1, 66 | another by a lower. But ~the production of finite things, where 106 1, 66 | cause. But in the first production of corporeal creatures no ~ 107 1, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the production of light is fittingly assigned 108 1, 68 | It would seem that the production of light is not fittingly ~ 109 1, 68 | a subordinate place. The production of light, then, ought not ~ 110 1, 68 | fourth day. Therefore the production of light could not have 111 1, 68 | second day. ~Therefore the production of light, dividing night 112 1, 68 | A[5]). Therefore the ~production of light ought not to be 113 1, 68 | are two opinions as to the production of light. ~Augustine seems 114 1, 68 | fittingly passed over the production of the spiritual creature, 115 1, 68 | nature ~is signified by the production of light, that is to say, 116 1, 68 | Other writers think that the production of spiritual creatures was ~ 117 1, 68 | removed first of all by the production ~of light. In the first 118 1, 68 | works of distinction the production of light should take first ~ 119 1, 68 | effects. Thus, then, in the production of this light a triple distinction ~ 120 1, 68 | we must understand ~the production of light to signify the 121 1, 69 | the firmament implies the production of the element of ~fire. 122 1, 69 | the element of ~fire. This production, however, belongs to the 123 1, 70 | the waters;~(2) About the production of plants.~Aquin.: SMT FP 124 1, 70 | it was fitting that the production of plants should take place 125 1, 70 | was not fitting that the production of ~plants should take place 126 1, 70 | as ~animals have. But the production of animals belongs to the 127 1, 70 | adornment. Therefore the production of plants, as ~also belonging 128 1, 70 | thee," show that by the production of certain plants ~the earth 129 1, 70 | accursed. Therefore the production of plants in general ~should 130 1, 70 | herb." But concerning the production of ~plants, Augustine's 131 1, 70 | it grew." Therefore, the production of plants in their ~causes, 132 1, 70 | worketh until now."Now the ~production of plants from out the earth 133 1, 70 | the natural course by ~the production of seed. Wherefore Scripture 134 1, 70 | seed," as ~indicating the production of perfection of perfect 135 1, 70 | fixed in the earth, their production ~is treated as a part of 136 1, 71 | of inquiry:~(1) As to the production of the lights;~(2) As to 137 1, 71 | As to the end of their production;~(3) Whether they are living 138 1, 71 | adornment is set ~forth by the production of things having movement 139 1, 71 | Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~production of lights is not at variance 140 1, 71 | cooperate in the work of ~production by their movements, as the 141 1, 71 | the cause assigned for the production of the lights is reasonable?~ 142 1, 71 | the cause assigned for the production of the ~lights is not reasonable. 143 1, 71 | ministers, as it were, to their production. The intellect, for example, ~ 144 1, 71 | does not suffice for the production of every kind of ~fishes 145 1, 71 | walk on land. Therefore the production of fishes is ~not sufficiently 146 1, 71 | intermediate body, by the production of birds and fishes. As, 147 1, 71 | in his opinion about the production of fishes and birds, as 148 1, 71 | as he differs ~about the production of plants. For while others 149 1, 71 | region of clouds. Hence the ~production of birds is ascribed to 150 1, 71 | The order in which the production of these animals is given ~ 151 1, 71 | said about them in the ~production of other animals, whereas 152 1, 71 | earth, is adorned by the ~production of land animals, corresponds 153 1, 71 | Gen. ad lit. ~v) that the production was potential, and other 154 1, 71 | hence, in speaking of their production, nothing is said of their 155 1, 72 | the seventh day, as the production of many individual ~beings, 156 1, 72 | to movement, but to ~the production of new creatures, and to 157 1, 73 | one day is devoted to the ~production of fishes, and another to 158 1, 73 | ought to be assigned to the production of birds and ~another to 159 1, 73 | creation belongs to the ~production of formless matter, and 160 1, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The production of animals is recorded with 161 1, 73 | therefore the days of ~their production are separated or united 162 1, 73 | referring to the ~mode of production, they will be found not 163 1, 73 | either view of the mode of ~production. For the other writers agree 164 1, 73 | with him that in the first ~production of things matter existed 165 1, 73 | there was ~a time, after the production of creatures, in which light 166 1, 73 | creation is ~understood the production of formless matter. But 167 1, 74 | sensitive powers in the ~production of the phantasms.~Aquin.: 168 1, 89 | Para. 1/2 - OF THE FIRST PRODUCTION OF MAN'S SOUL (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 169 1, 89 | must consider the first production of man, ~concerning which 170 1, 89 | subjects of treatment: (1) the production ~of man himself; (2) the 171 1, 89 | himself; (2) the end of this production; (3) the state and ~condition 172 1, 89 | his abode. Concerning the ~production of man, there are three 173 1, 89 | be considered: (1) the ~production of man's soul; (2) the production 174 1, 89 | production of man's soul; (2) the production of man's body; (3) the ~ 175 1, 89 | of man's body; (3) the ~production of the woman.~Aquin.: SMT 176 1, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The production of act from the potentiality 177 1, 90 | 91] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE PRODUCTION OF THE FIRST MAN'S BODY ( 178 1, 90 | have now to consider the production of the first man's body. 179 1, 90 | disposition it received in its production;~(4) The mode and order 180 1, 90 | The mode and order of its production.~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 181 1, 90 | was fitting that in the ~production of man's body, the power 182 1, 90 | heavenly body ~had part in its production.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 183 1, 90 | temperature ~is required for the production of man and other animals. 184 1, 90 | bodies suffices for the production of some imperfect animals ~ 185 1, 90 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the production of the human body is fittingly 186 1, 90 | It would seem that the production of the human body is not ~ 187 1, 90 | Yet in ~describing man's production, Scripture uses a special 188 1, 90 | with the perfection of the production ~of things, that God should 189 1, 90 | must be understood of the production of the body with the soul; 190 1, 91 | 92] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE PRODUCTION OF THE WOMAN (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 191 1, 91 | We must next consider the production of the woman. Under this 192 1, 91 | been made in that first production of ~things?~(2) Whether 193 1, 91 | have been made in the first production of things?~Aquin.: SMT FP 194 1, 91 | been made in the ~first production of things. For the Philosopher 195 1, 91 | should have been in the first production of things. Therefore ~woman 196 1, 91 | been made at that first production.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 197 1, 91 | been made in the first production of things before sin.~Aquin.: 198 1, 91 | male seed tends to the ~production of a perfect likeness in 199 1, 91 | masculine sex; while the ~production of woman comes from defect 200 1, 92 | THE END OR TERM OF THE PRODUCTION OF MAN (NINE ARTICLES)~We 201 1, 92 | the end or term of man's production, inasmuch as he is ~said 202 1, 102 | was the cause of the production of things in ~existence. 203 1, 111 | not put his hands to the production of his ~art, but only disposes 204 1, 114 | seem to suffice for the ~production of things. But seminal virtues 205 1, 114 | local movement for the ~production of certain results, we speak 206 1, 114 | OBJ 2: Further, for the production of anything, an agent and 207 1, 114 | like. Therefore for the ~production of things here below, there 208 1, 114 | here below, moves to the production of the species, as the instrument 209 1, 115 | causes ordered by God to the production of certain effects, thus ~ 210 1, 115 | as ordered by God ~to the production of their effects.~Aquin.: 211 1, 116 | corporeal ~agents for the production of certain effects. Much 212 1, 117 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE PRODUCTION OF MAN FROM MAN AS TO THE 213 1, 117 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the production of man from man: first, 214 1, 117 | bodies also act ~towards the production of the species as stated 215 1, 117 | extend its action to the production of an immaterial effect. 216 1, 118 | of ~moving towards (the production of) the whole nature, but 217 1, 118 | immediate seminal virtue (in the production) of this man.~Aquin.: SMT 218 2, 13 | produces health ~(wherefore the production of health is said to be 219 2, 21 | occur in two ways, in a production of art. First, by a departure 220 2, 63 | a general way ~about the production of habits from acts; and 221 2, 72 | do not suffice for the production of human acts, ~unless the 222 2, 85 | stated when treating of the ~production of habits (Q[51], A[2]).~ 223 2, 88 | which moves directly to the production of the ~effect, as a hot 224 2, 45 | right reason in the work of production ~belongs to art: but to 225 2, 75 | certain natural causes for the production of ~natural and true effects, 226 2, 94 | certain occult force for the production of certain ~effects. Therefore 227 2, 120 | general boon, namely, the production of all ~creatures. Hence 228 2, 132 | intention of magnificence is the production of a great ~work. Now works 229 2, 132 | expenditure directed to the production of some work, for ~instance 230 2, 145 | seemingly cooperate in the production of the vital spirit: but 231 2, 145 | nourishment, ~that conduces to the production of humor. Now the alteration 232 2, 167 | of an art directed to the production of goods ~which men cannot 233 2, 171 | experience is operative in the production of the images, but not ~ 234 3, 1 | is shown in the mode of ~production of things from nothing. 235 3, 62 | ordained by God unto the production of a ~spiritual effect.~ 236 3, 62 | that are ordained unto the ~production of an effect, forasmuch 237 3, 64 | by applying it for the ~production of the effect. Now the power 238 3, 72 | other it is applied to the production of the effect.~Aquin.: SMT 239 3, 75 | belongs to the proper mode of production of ~the first cause, which 240 3, 75 | belong to the ~common mode of production of a cause), but furthermore 241 Suppl, 45| sufficient cause for the production of the ~proximate effect, 242 Suppl, 57| procreation is directed to the production of the ~species; wherefore 243 Suppl, 77| nature reserves for the ~production of hair and nails which 244 Suppl, 93| but as resulting in the production of fruit. Hence ~a man calls


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