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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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presence

    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | everywhere by essence, power, and presence?~(4) Whether to be everywhere 2 1, 8 | is everywhere by essence, presence and power?~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 8 | described by way of essence, presence and power. For what is by ~ 4 1, 8 | is in things by essence, presence and ~power. ~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 8 | anything. Therefore the presence of God in all ~things by 6 1, 8 | all ~things by essence and presence means the same thing. Therefore 7 1, 8 | in things by His essence, presence ~and power.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 8 | is in all things by His presence, power and ~substance; still 9 1, 8 | thing is said ~to be by its presence in other things which are 10 1, 8 | is in all things by His ~presence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[3] 11 1, 8 | His power; He is by His presence in all things, as all things ~ 12 1, 8 | and therefore two modes of presence are necessary; viz. by ~ 13 1, 8 | viz. by ~essence and by presence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[3] 14 1, 12 | power. But that the ~divine presence is known by the intellect 15 1, 12 | He in our soul, but by ~presence, essence and power.~Aquin.: 16 1, 43 | by His essence, power and presence, according ~to His one common 17 1, 56 | three ways: first, by the presence of its essence in the knower, ~ 18 1, 56 | himself - secondly, by the presence of its similitude in the 19 1, 59 | knowledge is effected by ~the presence of the known within the 20 1, 60 | brought about by the inward presence of the known ~within the 21 1, 43 | by His essence, power and presence, according ~to His one common 22 1, 57 | three ways: first, by the presence of its essence in the knower, ~ 23 1, 57 | himself - secondly, by the presence of its similitude in the 24 1, 60 | knowledge is effected by ~the presence of the known within the 25 1, 61 | brought about by the inward presence of the known ~within the 26 1, 78 | not suffice but for the presence of the active intellect 27 1, 78 | for which, besides the ~presence of the active intellect, 28 1, 78 | intellect, we require the presence of phantasms, ~the good 29 1, 80 | they are affected, and the presence of which is not ruled ~by 30 1, 86 | in this, that the mere ~presence of the mind suffices for 31 1, 86 | know itself by its own presence. But as regards the second 32 1, 86 | of ~knowledge, the mere presence of the mind does not suffice, 33 1, 86 | for the very fact ~of its presence causes the act whereby it 34 1, 86 | are known; nor by their ~presence, like the arts; but by certain 35 1, 88 | known is known either by its presence or by ~its species. But 36 1, 88 | known to the soul by their ~presence, for God alone can enter 37 1, 103 | air becomes light by the presence of the ~sun, so is man enlightened 38 1, 103 | is man enlightened by the presence of God, and in His absence ~ 39 1, 103 | change ~in the air due to the presence of the source of light.~ 40 1, 105 | hot is made ~hotter by the presence of what is hotter; so the 41 1, 111 | where He was before by the presence of ~His Godhead; for it 42 1, 114 | which by reason of its presence or ~absence causes variety 43 2, 4 | to imperfect knowledge; presence of the end corresponds to 44 2, 4 | comprehension, which implies presence of the end; and delight 45 2, 4 | their ~bodies, are in God's presence; wherefore the text continues: " 46 2, 9 | heavenly bodies, at whose ~presence, the will begins to will 47 2, 17 | sensible be present; which presence of the ~sensible is not 48 2, 25 | As a matter ~of fact, the presence of good produces no passion 49 2, 25 | Q[23], AA[3],4); but the presence of evil gives rise to the ~ 50 2, 28 | man to desire and seek the presence of the beloved, as of something ~ 51 2, 31 | cause of delight, viz. ~the presence of a becoming good. By saying 52 2, 31 | appetite, if we consider the presence of the ~pleasurable good 53 2, 32 | therefore when the continued presence of a pleasant object exceeds 54 2, 32 | Pleasure is caused by the presence of suitable good, in ~so 55 2, 32 | sensation which requires the ~presence of the sensible object. 56 2, 32 | a certainty of the real ~presence of the pleasing good, that 57 2, 33 | expansion increases at the ~presence of the pleasurable object: 58 2, 34 | conjugal intercourse, the presence of the Holy Ghost is not ~ 59 2, 35 | of something, or at the presence ~of its contrary, one seeks 60 2, 35 | some loved ~good, or by the presence of some contrary evil. But 61 2, 36 | a good or rather by the ~presence of an evil?~(2) Whether 62 2, 36 | the loss of good or by the presence of evil? ~Aquin.: SMT FS 63 2, 36 | good rather ~than by the presence of an evil. For Augustine 64 2, 36 | same as to sorrow for the presence of evil. But sorrow is a ~ 65 2, 36 | aspects: because if the presence of a particular thin be ~ 66 2, 36 | is removed through the ~presence of an obstacle, desire causes 67 2, 36 | i.e. by causing the actual presence of the corruptive evil.~ 68 2, 36 | so far as they cause the presence of the object: and it is 69 2, 39 | Accordingly, supposing the presence of ~something saddening 70 2, 41 | is an effect due to the presence of an ~agent. But fear is 71 2, 41 | body is due to the bodily ~presence of an agent, so is the passion 72 2, 44 | that ~causes pain but its presence: thus we observe that animals, 73 2, 45 | cause of ~daring "is the presence in the imagination of the 74 2, 48 | pleasure caused by the ~real presence of vengeance, which banishes 75 2, 48 | friendship." But in the presence of a ~friend, the cause 76 2, 50 | will we must admit the presence of a habit whereby it is 77 2, 70 | charity has always actual presence in God Whom it loves, according 78 2, 71 | its ~completion. Now the presence of vices and sins in man 79 2, 90 | not only ~those in whose presence it is promulgated, but also 80 2, 102 | they become used to ~their presence and as they grow older, 81 2, 105 | be the losers by their ~presence, since their timidity and 82 2, 106 | our hearts, but the ~very presence of His Holy Spirit?"~Aquin.: 83 2, 106 | unless there were the inward presence of the healing grace of 84 2, 112 | knowledge." And hence His presence in us and His ~absence cannot 85 2, 10 | about the faith in their presence. But as to ~simple-minded 86 2, 10 | about the faith, ~in the presence of simple people, whose 87 2, 11 | of others. Hence if the presence of one of these ~goods in 88 2, 18 | something extrinsic, viz. the presence or absence of charity, ~ 89 2, 22 | interests, not ~by mere bodily presence, not by crafty and cajoling 90 2, 23 | is enlightened by God's ~presence, but he is darkened at once 91 2, 27 | love, either through the presence of ~the thing loved, or 92 2, 27 | in comparison with that presence whereby He is present to ~ 93 2, 30 | man found ~himself in the presence of a case of urgency, and 94 2, 30 | Thirdly, when he is in presence of ~extreme indigence in 95 2, 31 | offend thee publicly in the presence of others, he no ~longer 96 2, 32 | contrary, we grieve for the presence of the evil we hate. Therefore ~ 97 2, 41 | being ~something done in the presence of others: and the fact 98 2, 70 | reproach another in the presence of many: and yet there may 99 2, 71 | speaks ill of another in the presence of several, it is a case 100 2, 72 | absence, with another in your ~presence. Therefore a tale-bearer 101 2, 79 | cultivate']: a man's memory or presence: we even speak of cultivating ~ 102 2, 81 | we unveil our mind in His presence": and in the same sense ~ 103 2, 81 | as our advocates in God's presence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 104 2, 81 | forbids one to pray ~in presence of others in order that 105 2, 81 | unable to ~stand in His presence in a becoming manner, not 106 2, 99 | to those whose memory or presence we honor."~Aquin.: SMT SS 107 2, 101 | to be ~proclaimed in his presence: "This honor is he worthy 108 2, 109 | hypocrite shall come before His ~presence." Therefore hypocrisy is 109 2, 111 | lesser things of himself the ~presence of which in himself he perceives. 110 2, 121 | endures already feels the presence of danger, whereas the aggressor 111 2, 121 | away, so to speak, in the ~presence of great bodily pain.~Aquin.: 112 2, 142 | apostles) went from the presence of ~the council, rejoicing 113 2, 169 | absence he knows that its presence is due to a gift." ~Hence 114 2, 170 | of the ~marriage act, the presence of the Holy Ghost will not 115 2, 180 | overcome with joy in ~the presence of temporal goods, nor cast 116 2, 183 | to withdraw his bodily presence from the flock ~committed 117 2, 183 | bishop withdraws his bodily presence from the flock ~entrusted 118 2, 183 | if he withdraw his bodily presence from his flock. ~Therefore 119 2, 183 | persecution withdraw his bodily presence from his flock.~Aquin.: 120 2, 183 | bishop to withdraw his bodily presence from the execution of his 121 2, 183 | subjects demands the personal presence of the ~pastor, the pastor 122 2, 183 | not withdraw his personal presence from his ~flock, neither 123 2, 183 | pastor to withdraw his bodily presence from his flock, either for ~ 124 2, 186 | in one way by his ~bodily presence, in another way by the bent 125 2, 186 | in the world as to the ~presence of the body, they are not 126 3, 1 | believe in His corporeal ~presence, even were He to raise the 127 3, 2 | dimensions: first, by essence, presence, and power, as in ~other 128 3, 5 | the agent. Hence from the ~presence of the Word it might rather 129 3, 5 | animated, just as from the presence of fire it may be concluded 130 3, 5 | in Christ there was the presence of the ~Divine Word itself, 131 3, 5 | Where a thing is by its presence, its image is not required ~ 132 3, 5 | required ~together with its presence, that it may be perfected 133 3, 5 | may be perfected by the presence of ~the thing, just as the 134 3, 5 | reflected in the mirror by his ~presence. Hence in order to perfect 135 3, 5 | body ~illuminated - at the presence of the sun the light of 136 3, 5 | Word; and ~hence by the presence of the Word the mind of 137 3, 6 | immediately by essence, ~power and presence. Much more, therefore, is 138 3, 6 | all things by essence, ~presence and power. But the second 139 3, 6 | by essence, power, and presence. Yet I say "before," not 140 3, 7 | is caused in man ~by the presence of the Godhead, as light 141 3, 7 | light in the air by the presence of ~the sun. Hence it is 142 3, 7 | with His ~majesty." But the presence of God in Christ is by the 143 3, 9 | knowledge is removed by the presence of perfect knowledge, as ~ 144 3, 25 | working miracles at their presence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 145 3, 27 | Virgin was ~through the presence of the Son of God Incarnate 146 3, 30 | disturbed, and lose ~our presence of mind, when we are confronted 147 3, 30 | we are confronted by the presence of a ~superior power." And 148 3, 35 | Further, the time of Christ's presence on earth is compared to ~ 149 3, 37 | which is always in one's presence cannot be ~presented to 150 3, 37 | humanity was always in God's presence in ~the highest degree, 151 3, 43 | order to make known God's presence in a man by the grace of ~ 152 3, 43 | say they, show ~forth the presence of so great majesty, for 153 3, 43 | Among them,' or 'In their ~presence,' but wholly 'In them,' 154 3, 43 | rich man go away from His presence sorrowful? . . . and yet ~ 155 3, 45 | was transfigured" ~in the presence of three of His disciples.~ 156 3, 46 | enlightened by Christ's presence in it, ~according to Jn. 157 3, 52 | according to the beatific presence of His Godhead." ~But had 158 3, 52 | according to the beatific presence of His ~Godhead," that is, 159 3, 52 | remained in hell, because His ~presence was part of the fulness 160 3, 52 | OBJ 2: Further, the very presence of Christ's soul had no 161 3, 52 | delivered ~from Purgatory by the presence of Christ descending into 162 3, 53 | the rising of the sun, the presence ~of which causes the day. 163 3, 53 | which is caused by the sun's presence, because the sun had ~already 164 3, 55 | constantly shown them His presence. Therefore it seems ~that 165 3, 55 | with them by His bodily presence, but hitherto He ~had been 166 3, 55 | not merely by His bodily presence, but also in mortal ~semblance. 167 3, 55 | before. Yet by His constant presence He promised them comfort ~ 168 3, 55 | them when they were in His ~presence, showing thereby that He 169 3, 56 | dead; and this power by its presence is in ~touch with all places 170 3, 57 | Although Christ's bodily presence was withdrawn from the ~ 171 3, 57 | the Ascension, still the presence of His Godhead is ever with ~ 172 3, 57 | He ~withdrew His bodily presence from us, was more profitable 173 3, 57 | for us than His ~bodily presence would have been.~Aquin.: 174 3, 61 | former as signifying the presence of grace,~ 175 3, 62 | power in the sacraments, its presence ~there must be due to nothing 176 3, 66 | confesses his faith in the ~presence of the priest: the martyr 177 3, 66 | priest: the martyr in the presence of the persecutor. The ~ 178 3, 67 | should a layman in the ~presence of a cleric, nor a cleric 179 3, 67 | cleric, nor a cleric in the presence of a priest. The last, ~ 180 3, 67 | however, can baptize in the presence of a bishop, because it 181 3, 69 | Augustine says in a book on the Presence of God, addressed ~to Dardanus ( 182 3, 73 | is complete through the presence of all that is needed for 183 3, 75 | demanding Christ's bodily presence." ~Moreover the apostles 184 3, 75 | were attached to His bodily presence, as Augustine says on ~Jn. 185 3, 75 | according to His bodily presence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 186 3, 75 | 1/5~I answer that, The presence of Christ's true body and 187 3, 75 | He promises us His bodily presence as a reward, saying ~(Mt. 188 3, 75 | deprive us of His ~bodily presence; but unites us with Himself 189 3, 75 | good of Christ's bodily presence, as He ~is present after 190 3, 78 | faith alone do we hold the presence of Christ's ~blood in this 191 3, 80 | who disbelieves Christ's presence in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 192 3, 80 | deputed by him, in the presence of the community; and so, 193 3, 80 | thrives ~in them through the presence of original sin. But as 194 Suppl, 7 | declaration of our sins in the presence of a ~priest." Others define 195 Suppl, 11| repeated ~the sin in his presence: and furthermore it would 196 Suppl, 12| forced, so that even in ~the presence of their causes, they can, 197 Suppl, 28| that which is done in ~the presence of the Church, but without 198 Suppl, 51| refer to a circumstance the ~presence or absence of which makes 199 Suppl, 55| a union ~effected in the presence of the Church who is ignorant 200 Suppl, 59| her of the comfort of his presence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 201 Suppl, 60| accuse her in the judge's presence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 202 Suppl, 68| parties who marry in the presence of the Church: or they may 203 Suppl, 68| together in good faith ~in the presence of the Church, although 204 Suppl, 71| they are summoned to the presence of the just Judge." ~Aquin.: 205 Suppl, 73| According to ~this, the visible presence of the Son of God is called 206 Suppl, 84| friends and foes, and in the presence of the holy angels." Hence 207 Suppl, 86| of their ~decree in the presence of those who are to be judged 208 Suppl, 92| dwelling, so as to be ~in the presence of the bridegroom, since " 209 Suppl, 92| delights ~them with His presence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 210 Suppl, 93| virgins ~alone sing in the presence of the Lamb." Wherefore 211 Suppl, 93| the virgins sing in the presence of the Lamb, those, to wit, 212 Appen1, 1| suffers of necessity in the presence of the active, ~it follows 213 Appen1, 1| it follows that in the presence of active sensible bodies


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