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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | is to argue from what is prior ~absolutely. The other is 2 1, 2 | is to argue from what is prior ~relatively only to us. 3 1, 2 | itself; for so it would be prior to itself, which ~is impossible. 4 1, 3 | actuality, ~the potentiality is prior in time to the actuality; 5 1, 3 | absolutely speaking, actuality is prior to potentiality; for whatever 6 1, 3 | because the essential good is prior to the ~participated good. 7 1, 3 | contrary, In the mind, genus is prior to what it contains. But ~ 8 1, 3 | contains. But ~nothing is prior to God either really or 9 1, 3 | because what is ~essential is prior to what is accidental. Whence 10 1, 3 | OBJ 2: Since substance is prior to its accidents, the principles ~ 11 1, 3 | substance as to that ~which is prior; although God is not first 12 1, 5 | differ only in idea, which is prior in thought?~(3) Granted 13 1, 5 | 3) Granted that being is prior, whether every being is 14 1, 5 | 1/1~Whether goodness is prior in idea to being?~Aquin.: 15 1, 5 | It seems that goodness is prior in idea to being. For names 16 1, 5 | Therefore in idea goodness is prior to being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 17 1, 5 | is the more extensive is prior in idea. But ~goodness is 18 1, 5 | Therefore goodness ~is in idea prior to being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 1, 5 | is the more universal is prior in idea. But ~goodness seems 20 1, 5 | Therefore in idea goodness is prior to being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 21 1, 5 | absolutely, goodness is prior in idea to being.~Aquin.: 22 1, 5 | answer that, In idea being is prior to goodness. For the meaning ~ 23 1, 5 | it. Therefore, that is ~prior in idea, which is first 24 1, 5 | Therefore in idea being is prior to goodness.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 5 | goodness, as a cause, is prior to being, as is ~the end 26 1, 5 | since the idea ~of being is prior to the idea of goodness, 27 1, 11 | Hence division must be prior to unity, ~not absolutely 28 1, 13 | known. Thus, though God is prior to the creature, still ~ 29 1, 14 | Further, "The thing known is prior to knowledge, and is its ~ 30 1, 14 | objects of knowledge ~are prior to our knowledge, and are 31 1, 14 | the knowledge of God ~is prior to natural things, and is 32 1, 16 | the true appears to be ~prior to being; for being is not 33 1, 16 | Whether good is logically prior to the true?~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 16 | seems that good is logically prior to the true. For what is ~ 35 1, 16 | more universal is logically prior, as is evident from Phys. 36 1, 16 | Therefore the good is logically prior to the ~true.~Aquin.: SMT 37 1, 16 | that which is in things ~is prior to that which is in the 38 1, 16 | Therefore good is logically ~prior to the true.~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 16 | Therefore the good is ~prior to the true.~Aquin.: SMT 40 1, 16 | What is in more things is prior logically. But the true ~ 41 1, 16 | Therefore the true is prior to good.~Aquin.: SMT FP 42 1, 16 | speaking absolutely, is prior to good, as appears from 43 1, 16 | appetite, the true must be prior in ~idea to the good.~Aquin.: 44 1, 16 | follows that the good is prior in the order of things ~ 45 1, 16 | desirable; but not that it is prior absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT 46 1, 16 | Reply OBJ 2: A thing is prior logically in so far as it 47 1, 16 | logically in so far as it is prior to the ~intellect. Now the 48 1, 18 | naturally more perfect than, and prior to, movement of growth and 49 1, 19 | and thus He has some cause prior to Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 50 1, 20 | good ~must naturally be prior to those that regard evil; 51 1, 20 | thus, for instance, ~joy is prior to sorrow, love to hate: 52 1, 20 | exists of itself is ~always prior to that which exists through 53 1, 20 | universal is naturally prior to what is less so. Hence 54 1, 26 | object is understood as prior to the act of a power. Whence 55 1, 33 | a personal sense is not prior to, but has the same concept 56 1, 36 | the more a "suppositum" is prior in ~action, so much the 57 1, 39 | imperfect substances; or a third prior substance taken and assumed 58 1, 39 | 3: Further, property is prior to the appropriated, for 59 1, 39 | way of understanding, are prior to the persons; as what 60 1, 39 | persons; as what is common ~is prior to what is proper. Therefore 61 1, 39 | is in its proper concept ~prior to person, according to 62 1, 39 | personal ~property from being prior to that which is appropriated. 63 1, 39 | as body, but is naturally prior to "white ~body," considered 64 1, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The more prior a distinction is, the nearer 65 1, 40 | correlative which is not prior, but simultaneous in the 66 1, 40 | intelligence, paternity is prior to generation.~Aquin.: SMT 67 1, 40 | origin signified actively is prior ~in the order of intelligence 68 1, 42 | iv): "Not whereby one is prior to ~another, but whereby 69 1, 42 | relations, can one ~person be prior to another, not even in 70 1, 45 | a real relation, and is ~prior to it in being, as the subject 71 1, 45 | the more universal and ~prior causes. Now among all effects 72 1, 45 | of the divine Person is ~prior to the procession of the 73 1, 46 | is eternal. But if God is prior by ~duration; since what 74 1, 46 | duration; since what is prior and posterior in duration 75 1, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 8: God is prior to the world by priority 76 1, 46 | duration. But the ~word "prior" signifies priority not 77 1, 46 | necessary ~for the maker to be prior to the thing made in duration 78 1, 46 | world, that He should be prior to the ~world in duration; 79 1, 66 | formlessness of matter ~was not prior in time to its formation, 80 1, 66 | formlessness of matter was prior in time either to ~its formation 81 1, 66 | same way as potentiality is prior to act, and the ~part to 82 1, 66 | writers, formlessness was prior in time to the ~informing 83 1, 77 | power, is, ~nevertheless, prior to it in intention and logically; 84 1, 77 | things are by their nature prior to imperfect things; and 85 1, 77 | intellectual powers are prior to the sensitive ~powers; 86 1, 77 | the ~sensitive powers are prior in this order to the powers 87 1, 77 | of the nutritive soul are prior by way of generation to 88 1, 77 | air, which is naturally prior to the mingling of ~elements, 89 1, 77 | in the ~substantial form prior to its being observed in 90 1, 77 | subject of the accidental form prior to its ~being observed in 91 1, 77 | one accident is received prior to another into substance, 92 1, 77 | substance, as quantity ~prior to quality. In this sense 93 1, 39 | imperfect substances; or a third prior substance taken and assumed 94 1, 39 | 3: Further, property is prior to the appropriated, for 95 1, 39 | way of understanding, are prior to the persons; as what 96 1, 39 | persons; as what is common ~is prior to what is proper. Therefore 97 1, 39 | is in its proper concept ~prior to person, according to 98 1, 39 | personal ~property from being prior to that which is appropriated. 99 1, 39 | as body, but is naturally prior to "white ~body," considered 100 1, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The more prior a distinction is, the nearer 101 1, 40 | correlative which is not prior, but simultaneous in the 102 1, 40 | intelligence, paternity is prior to generation.~Aquin.: SMT 103 1, 40 | origin signified actively is prior ~in the order of intelligence 104 1, 42 | iv): "Not whereby one is prior to ~another, but whereby 105 1, 42 | relations, can one ~person be prior to another, not even in 106 1, 46 | a real relation, and is ~prior to it in being, as the subject 107 1, 46 | the more universal and ~prior causes. Now among all effects 108 1, 46 | of the divine Person is ~prior to the procession of the 109 1, 47 | is eternal. But if God is prior by ~duration; since what 110 1, 47 | duration; since what is prior and posterior in duration 111 1, 47 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 8: God is prior to the world by priority 112 1, 47 | duration. But the ~word "prior" signifies priority not 113 1, 47 | necessary ~for the maker to be prior to the thing made in duration 114 1, 47 | world, that He should be prior to the ~world in duration; 115 1, 67 | formlessness of matter ~was not prior in time to its formation, 116 1, 67 | formlessness of matter was prior in time either to ~its formation 117 1, 67 | same way as potentiality is prior to act, and the ~part to 118 1, 67 | writers, formlessness was prior in time to the ~informing 119 1, 76 | power, is, ~nevertheless, prior to it in intention and logically; 120 1, 76 | things are by their nature prior to imperfect things; and 121 1, 76 | intellectual powers are prior to the sensitive ~powers; 122 1, 76 | the ~sensitive powers are prior in this order to the powers 123 1, 76 | of the nutritive soul are prior by way of generation to 124 1, 76 | air, which is naturally prior to the mingling of ~elements, 125 1, 76 | in the ~substantial form prior to its being observed in 126 1, 76 | subject of the accidental form prior to its ~being observed in 127 1, 76 | one accident is received prior to another into substance, 128 1, 76 | substance, as quantity ~prior to quality. In this sense 129 1, 77 | perfect than, and naturally prior to, the ~motion of alteration, 130 1, 84 | singular and individual ~is prior, as regards us, to the knowledge 131 1, 84 | as sensible ~knowledge is prior to intellectual knowledge. 132 1, 84 | considered thus would be prior to the ~particular, for 133 1, 84 | absolutely is naturally prior to potentiality, and the ~ 134 1, 84 | because ~confused knowledge is prior to distinct knowledge, as 135 1, 86 | operations are logically prior to ~powers." Therefore in 136 1, 86 | in the same way they are prior to habits; and thus ~habits, 137 2, 20 | are in the external action prior ~to being in the act of 138 2, 20 | in the external action, prior to being in the act of the 139 2, 20 | act of some other power prior to being in the ~act of 140 2, 20 | in the external action, prior to being in the act of the ~ 141 2, 20 | and apprehension, it is prior to ~the goodness of the 142 2, 20 | the reason: and thus it is prior to the good in the act of ~ 143 2, 34 | which is such of itself is prior to and ~greater than that 144 2, 35 | is of itself is ~always prior to that which is by reason 145 2, 45 | absolutely speaking, is prior to evil, yet ~avoidance 146 2, 50 | Further, the subject is prior to that which is in the 147 2, 50 | species of quality, it is prior to ~power, which belongs 148 2, 50 | potentiality. For act is naturally prior to potentiality, though ~ 149 2, 50 | though ~potentiality is prior in order of generation and 150 2, 50 | is of itself [per se] is prior ~to and more power than 151 2, 72 | constitute a species are prior to the ~species, e.g. specific 152 2, 83 | powers?~(3) Whether the will prior to the other powers is the 153 2, 83 | that it should not exist prior to its infusion into the ~ 154 2, 83 | Original justice has a prior relation to the will, ~because 155 2, 83 | opposed to it, also has a prior ~relation to the will.~Aquin.: 156 2, 110 | the essence of the soul is prior to its powers. Now what ~ 157 2, 110 | its powers. Now what ~is prior may be understood without 158 2, 110 | terminates at the essence prior to the powers. Therefore 159 2, 110 | is in the ~soul's essence prior to being in the powers.~ 160 2, 110 | remains that grace, as it is ~prior to virtue, has a subject 161 2, 110 | to virtue, has a subject prior to the powers of the soul, 162 2, 111 | posterior to this effect, and prior to that, so may grace be 163 2, 113 | The cause is naturally prior to its effect. Now the ~ 164 2, 113 | Therefore it is ~naturally prior to it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 165 2, 113 | order of ~nature, one is prior to another; and in their 166 2, 113 | opposite which is put away is prior ~to the opposite which the 167 2, 113 | the sun, illumination is prior to the removal of darkness; ~ 168 2, 113 | in the order of nature, prior to being illuminated, although ~ 169 2, 113 | the infusion of grace is prior to the freeing from sin. 170 2, 113 | being freed from sin is prior to the ~obtaining of justifying 171 2, 18 | OBJ 3: Further, nothing is prior to the beginning. But something 172 2, 18 | beginning. But something is ~prior to fear, since faith precedes 173 2, 25 | arising from natural origin is prior to, and more stable than, 174 2, 102 | whose object is naturally ~prior to the precept, that virtue 175 2, 102 | is said to be naturally prior to ~obedience. Such a virtue 176 2, 102 | this way ~obedience is not prior to all virtues, neither 177 2, 107 | a virtue, but something prior to ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 178 2, 120 | affirmation is naturally prior to negation.~Aquin.: SMT 179 2, 152 | impressed on human nature is prior to and more firm than any ~ 180 2, 164 | matter it be applied, has a prior regard for ~knowledge.~Aquin.: 181 2, 180 | the active is not simply ~prior to the contemplative.~Aquin.: 182 2, 187 | the perfect is naturally prior to the imperfect, since ~" 183 3, 1 | Reply OBJ 3: Perfection is prior to imperfection, both in 184 3, 1 | the same, imperfection ~is prior in time though posterior 185 3, 6 | hypostasis of the Word is prior to and more exalted than 186 3, 6 | matter or disposition is prior to the completive form in 187 3, 6 | signified. Hence by what is prior in nature, that is assumed ~ 188 3, 6 | in nature. Now a thing is prior in nature in two ways: ~ 189 3, 6 | because the ~intention is prior to the operation. On the 190 3, 6 | doer, what is ~complete is prior to what is incomplete, and, 191 3, 6 | the assumption of parts is prior in the order of the ~intellect, 192 3, 6 | assumption of the nature is prior if we consider the ~intention: 193 3, 7 | Therefore habitual grace is prior in thought to the union. ~ 194 3, 7 | the mission of the Son is prior, in the order of nature, 195 3, 7 | of the Son took place, is prior in ~the order of nature 196 3, 7 | prevent ~the proper being prior to the common. Now the grace 197 3, 55 | term in his works [*Cf. Prior. Anal. ii; Rhetor. ~i]. 198 3, 55 | affording positive proof" [*Cf. Prior. Anal. ii]. ~Now Christ 199 3, 60 | according to the Philosopher (Prior. Anal. ii), every effect 200 3, 60 | of a determinate form is ~prior to the need of determinate 201 3, 62 | positive ~effects are naturally prior to privative effects, though 202 3, 78 | as a cause is naturally prior ~to the effect; but not 203 Suppl, 11| confession the sin of a ~prior who is subject to him, which 204 Suppl, 11| abbot should advise ~the prior to resign his office, and 205 Suppl, 29| efficient causes, the more ~prior the cause the more perfect 206 Suppl, 29| material causes, the ~more prior the matter, the more imperfect 207 Suppl, 44| Reply OBJ 1: Sometimes the prior things from which a definition 208 Suppl, 44| are posterior simply, but prior to us; thus in the ~definition


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