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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | many ways. ~First, from the previous articles of this question. 2 1, 4 | reproduced ~through seed, has previous to it, the animal or plant 3 1, 4 | which is came. ~Because, previous to that which is potential, 4 1, 23 | action can be imagined ~previous to the act of thinking. 5 1, 23 | effect being the reason of a previous effect, as ~its final cause; 6 1, 23 | its final cause; and the previous effect being the reason 7 1, 45 | between what is now and its previous non-existence. ~But if the 8 1, 46 | new ~movement there was a previous movement. Therefore movement 9 1, 46 | new movement, there was a previous movement; and so the ~same 10 1, 51 | life, as was ~stated in the previous article (ad 3). Therefore 11 1, 54 | exist some power, which, previous to ~the act of understanding, 12 1, 59 | which act, not from any previous ~judgment, but, as it were, 13 1, 66 | without admixture. But previous to the work of distinction 14 1, 73 | Some things, indeed, had a previous experience materially, ~ 15 1, 46 | between what is now and its previous non-existence. ~But if the 16 1, 47 | new ~movement there was a previous movement. Therefore movement 17 1, 47 | new movement, there was a previous movement; and so the ~same 18 1, 52 | life, as was ~stated in the previous article (ad 3). Therefore 19 1, 55 | exist some power, which, previous to ~the act of understanding, 20 1, 60 | which act, not from any previous ~judgment, but, as it were, 21 1, 67 | without admixture. But previous to the work of distinction 22 1, 72 | Some things, indeed, had a previous experience materially, ~ 23 1, 83 | things of which he had a previous knowledge. Secondly, ~anyone 24 1, 88 | that ~he said this on the previous supposition that understanding 25 1, 88 | either by some vestige ~of previous knowledge or affection, 26 1, 90 | body pre-existed in the previous work in their causal virtues.~ 27 1, 114 | authors of whom he has no previous knowledge; that necromancers 28 1, 116 | all learning ~proceed from previous knowledge."~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 116 | disciple is able to judge from ~previous knowledge: or he may propose 30 1, 117 | perfect form supervenes the previous form is ~corrupted: yet 31 1, 117 | contains the perfection of ~the previous form, and something in addition. 32 2, 3 | the ~intellect demands a previous operation of the sense; 33 2, 5 | bestows Happiness ~without any previous works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 34 2, 5 | produced creatures without any previous disposition or action on 35 2, 5 | Happiness on man without any previous ~works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 36 2, 5 | towards ~Happiness by any previous operation. Now since Happiness 37 2, 5 | forthwith, without any previous disposition or operation 38 2, 5 | was happy, without any previous meritorious operation. But 39 2, 5 | not given on account of ~previous works. For grace is not 40 2, 9 | counsel ~following some previous volition. But this process 41 2, 10 | just as what belongs to a previous ~cause is shared by a subsequent 42 2, 13 | OBJ 1: Choice implies a previous comparison; not that it 43 2, 13 | evident if we examine the previous process of the reason. ~ 44 2, 14 | pronounce judgment, without previous inquiry: wherefore ~the 45 2, 17 | either to nature, or to some previous ~movement, which cannot 46 2, 18 | the supposition of another previous circumstance, from which 47 2, 19 | answer that, Whereas the previous question is the same as 48 2, 19 | then the goodness of ~the previous act of the will does not 49 2, 22 | affected unless there be a previous passion in the ~apprehensive 50 2, 25 | pleasure instead of the previous pain." Therefore the ~concupiscible 51 2, 32 | which seems to be due to a previous hurt: for when a man ~is 52 2, 42 | wealth on account of his ~previous poverty: while, on the other 53 2, 65 | dispositions remaining from previous ~acts. This difficulty does 54 2, 78 | whether by malice we mean some previous fault that ~gives rise to 55 2, 78 | can trace it back ~to some previous sin, which is not caused 56 2, 78 | which is not caused by any previous sin, as was ~explained above ( 57 2, 79 | being deserved through a previous sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] 58 2, 80 | to sin, on account of any previous sin; which can be said of 59 2, 85 | good of nature less than a previous sin, but perhaps more, if 60 2, 86 | movement contrary to the ~previous movement. Thus if one man 61 2, 100 | s neighbor is seemingly previous to ~love of God, since our 62 2, 103 | of time. One was the time previous to ~Christ's Passion, during 63 2, 109 | yet this can only be by a previous deliberation; and since ~ 64 2, 113 | sleep that on account of his previous ~desire wisdom would be 65 2, 113 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Previous to justification a man must 66 2, 113 | last ~instant in which the previous form inheres in the subject; 67 2, 113 | Hence in the whole of the previous ~time wherein anything is 68 2, 113 | inheres; and in all the time previous sin inhered.~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 114 | of ~nature, and because previous to grace a man in the state 70 2, 114 | remembered." Therefore his previous ~merits will nowise help 71 2, 2 | withheld, as a punishment of a previous, or at ~least of original, 72 2, 4 | already lost it through a previous ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 6 | because the sin of his previous unbelief is ~not removed) 74 2, 13 | on account of the many previous dispositions, or again, 75 2, 23 | one, is a disposition or previous preparation or effort of 76 2, 23 | disposed thereto by some previous negligence, ~for which reason 77 2, 26 | such like love arises from previous ~acquaintance, whereas goodwill 78 2, 31 | ought he, on account of a previous ~sin, to refrain from correcting 79 2, 31 | committing sin. Nevertheless a previous sin proves somewhat of a ~ 80 2, 31 | reasons. First because this ~previous sin renders a man unworthy 81 2, 31 | conscience, on account of his previous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] 82 2, 31 | publicly denounced, without any previous admonition in private. Thus 83 2, 31 | for a fault, without any previous secret admonition. Therefore 84 2, 51 | does not withdraw from a previous good purpose, except on 85 2, 59 | equal passion repaid ~for previous action; and the expression 86 2, 77 | inability is due to some previous fault ~of his (for instance, 87 2, 77 | so that, evidently, the previous drunkenness was not an ~ 88 2, 81 | impetrating through their previous merits and through ~God' 89 2, 84 | First, on account of a previous agreement: as ~when a person 90 2, 84 | Secondly, by reason of a previous assignment or promise; as 91 2, 84 | Thirdly, on account of a previous vow, whereby a man has ~ 92 2, 87 | prejudice," i.e. without ~previous judgment [*Vulg.: 'Observe 93 2, 152 | sleeper on account of some ~previous thought. For the thought 94 2, 152 | this is associated with a previous sin, ~namely the neglect 95 2, 152 | sometimes the ~result of a previous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 96 2, 152 | received it in token of his previous desire. It is for ~this 97 2, 152 | of the traces left by his previous thoughts and ~phantasms 98 2, 152 | being violated ~without any previous compact of marriage is both 99 2, 154 | though forced by a certain ~previous displeasure.~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 156 | arises from anger, it has a ~previous cause, from which it arises 101 2, 160 | other sins. Accordingly previous to pride there may ~be certain 102 2, 162 | of any merits or demerits previous to this life, ~as Origen 103 2, 162 | be taken as including the previous ~alteration: thus a person 104 2, 170 | certain causes, through previous experimental knowledge of 105 2, 170 | Therefore prophecy requires no previous disposition, but ~depends 106 2, 170 | cause requires ~neither previous matter nor previous disposition 107 2, 170 | neither previous matter nor previous disposition of matter in 108 2, 170 | neither does He require a previous ~disposition in His spiritual 109 2, 170 | nature cannot work without a previous disposition in matter. This ~ 110 2, 171 | impressed, the prophet's previous ~experience of things would 111 2, 171 | to be revealed, and then ~previous experience is operative 112 2, 176 | sometimes without any previous prayer being expressed, 113 3, 4 | the person of man existed previous to its being assumed.~Aquin.: 114 3, 6 | Whether the soul was assumed previous to the flesh?~(4) Whether 115 3, 6 | was assumed by the Word previous to ~being united to the 116 3, 12 | manner described in the previous reply; just ~as in seeing 117 3, 32 | preceded Him; that by the previous entrance of the Holy Ghost, ~ 118 3, 46 | celebrated the Pasch on the previous day, reserving ~His own 119 3, 49 | devil exercised over men previous to Christ's Passion. ~The 120 3, 49 | all who resisted the devil previous to the Passion ~were enabled 121 3, 49 | was caught up to heaven previous to Christ's ~Passion (4 122 3, 49 | Reply OBJ 2: Christ by His previous merits did merit exaltation 123 3, 51 | contrary with Christ: because previous to the cross all is ~sadness 124 3, 53 | time ~some others had grace previous to Christ - for instance 125 3, 73 | disposed for Baptism by any previous sacrament, and ~consequently 126 3, 73 | in the receiving, is ~yet previous to it in intention; and 127 3, 73 | of the Paschal Lamb was previous to the ~passage of the Red 128 3, 75 | the form of the other, the previous form being laid ~aside. 129 3, 77 | retain the name of ~the previous substance, as Gregory says 130 3, 77 | which was in the ~wine previous to consecration, is afterwards 131 3, 77 | with the ~accidents of the previous wine, it is diffused throughout 132 3, 78 | the body of Christ. But previous to the change ~this expression, " 133 3, 80 | spiritual ~cause, such as previous thoughts. At other times 134 3, 80 | Para. 4/6~In like fashion previous evil thoughts can sometimes 135 3, 80 | sacrament with devotion and previous self-examination, according 136 3, 82 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Previous to the words quoted, Pope 137 3, 83 | mind any of the above facts previous to the ~consecration, I 138 3, 84 | a spiritual death, of a previous life. Now ~"it is appointed 139 3, 88 | he had done, is also his previous penance, since it was ~said 140 3, 88 | done penance, sins, his previous penance, whereby he ~received 141 3, 88 | man. Now the pardon of the previous sins was a work of ~Divine 142 3, 88 | of punishment due to the previous sin, in so far as when a 143 3, 88 | aggravated in view of those previous ~sins. This means that those 144 3, 88 | which he deserved for his previous sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] 145 3, 88 | punishment due for all the previous sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] 146 3, 88 | that incurred through all previous sins. Therefore an equal 147 3, 88 | of punishment incurred by previous sins does not return ~on 148 3, 88 | equal ~the gravity of all previous sins. But it need not always 149 3, 88 | simple fornication, while the previous sins ~were adulteries, murders, 150 3, 88 | always be equal to that of previous sins; but it must be in ~ 151 3, 88 | not brought back ~to his previous state of slavery for any 152 3, 88 | far as the measure ~of his previous sins is contained proportionally 153 3, 88 | sin causes the return of ~previous sins, is a special sin?~ 154 3, 89 | dispositions caused by previous acts, the result being that 155 3, 89 | according to the merit of his previous works; so that it seems 156 Suppl, 7 | which is void of hope, is previous ~to charity: yet he that 157 Suppl, 9 | same priest to whom ~his previous confession was made, in 158 Suppl, 9 | confessed many sins in his previous confession, but had ~forgotten 159 Suppl, 10| be granted to him, if his previous sorrow ~for sin was not 160 Suppl, 10| happens sometimes that by ~previous contrition a sin has been 161 Suppl, 12| between amendment and the previous offense. Therefore satisfaction 162 Suppl, 12| that satisfaction regards a previous offense. But no part of ~ 163 Suppl, 12| part of ~justice regards a previous offense, except vindictive 164 Suppl, 12| agent with respect to a previous offense, is a work of justice, 165 Suppl, 14| contrition?~(3) Whether a man's previous satisfaction begins to avail 166 Suppl, 14| cannot be. For since the previous offense has to be removed 167 Suppl, 14| offense be already removed by previous contrition, the works of ~ 168 Suppl, 14| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether previous satisfaction begins to avail 169 Suppl, 14| has recovered charity his previous ~satisfaction begins to 170 Suppl, 14| satisfaction by them. Therefore his previous ~works become valid unto 171 Suppl, 16| they differ as to their previous ~states, which penance regards 172 Suppl, 18| remission of sin without any previous ~disposition, while adults 173 Suppl, 18| through faith and contrition, previous to Baptism; but ~when, afterwards, 174 Suppl, 18| man, as that no debt for previous sin remains in him. on the 175 Suppl, 18| cause to doubt about his ~previous absolution; for he might 176 Suppl, 18| remains of the blemish of the ~previous sin, and the less punishment 177 Suppl, 30| cancel the effect of the previous penance; moreover ~this 178 Suppl, 35| unless he first mount the previous degree. Therefore no ~one 179 Suppl, 39| Further, the crown is required previous to receiving Orders, albeit 180 Suppl, 39| Levites, as stated in the previous Distinction (Sent. iv, ~ 181 Suppl, 43| subsequent sale ~does not void a previous sale. Therefore neither 182 Suppl, 43| second contract ~void a previous one.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] 183 Suppl, 43| effect of the betrothal, the ~previous contract is voided of its 184 Suppl, 46| another woman, makes the ~previous oath unlawful which was 185 Suppl, 47| far as the other party's previous consent ~remains in force; 186 Suppl, 50| thirdly, on account of a previous undue union between him 187 Suppl, 51| separated then. ~Therefore their previous error did not void their 188 Suppl, 53| marriage to ~order. Now a previous order is an impediment to 189 Suppl, 53| matrimony may be impeded ~by a previous order; so as not to be true 190 Suppl, 55| extreme without any movement previous or ~concomitant of the other 191 Suppl, 55| movement, but not without a previous movement of ~the other; 192 Suppl, 55| time, but by virtue of that previous ~movement of his wherein 193 Suppl, 58| that, The madness is either previous or subsequent to marriage. ~ 194 Suppl, 58| the marriage, but if it be previous, then ~the mad person either 195 Suppl, 59| Therefore disparity of worship previous to marriage ~is not an impediment 196 Suppl, 59| reason disparity of faith previous to marriage is ~an impediment 197 Suppl, 59| Hence disparity ~of worship previous to marriage is an impediment 198 Suppl, 59| rather than by virtue of the previous ~marriage that she is forbidden 199 Suppl, 62| which is an impediment to a ~previous marriage as regards the 200 Suppl, 62| without any withdrawal of the ~previous sentence.~Aquin.: SMT XP 201 Suppl, 63| second time on account of the previous marriage. Therefore not 202 Suppl, 63| considered in relation to the ~previous marriage, and it is thus 203 Suppl, 64| ask for it? [*This and the previous article are ~omitted in 204 Suppl, 66| corrupted by reason of a previous marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 205 Suppl, 72| others by reason of their previous merit: ~for while living 206 Suppl, 72| if men were terrified by ~previous signs. Therefore signs will 207 Suppl, 72| will be restored to their previous condition; on the ~"fourth" 208 Suppl, 72| already cleansed by the ~previous fears and persecutions. 209 Suppl, 75| distinction ~must refer to the previous time, and consequently all 210 Suppl, 76| the same as that body's ~previous matter.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 211 Suppl, 76| soul, for if it had any previous substantial form, this ~ 212 Suppl, 76| is resumed as stated in a previous ~reply (ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT 213 Suppl, 82| clarity, as evidenced by the previous ~context where the glory 214 Suppl, 83| perfection rather than to its previous condition: ~wherefore those 215 Suppl, 85| even longer ~than all the previous ages, as Augustine remarks ( 216 Suppl, 95| far as it proceeds from a ~previous act of the will: and consequently 217 Suppl, 95| would seem to belong to the previous sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98]


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