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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | refulgence of the divine glory ~infused into the body after its 2 1, 21 | He Himself has mercifully infused that ~love. So we read of 3 1, 60 | one kind, and the truth of infused or acquired knowledge is 4 1, 60 | knowledge besides such as ~is infused: since they do not proceed 5 1, 60 | Consequently, besides their infused love, there is ~only natural 6 1, 63 | supernatural beatitude, comes of ~infused love, from which he could 7 1, 61 | one kind, and the truth of infused or acquired ~knowledge is 8 1, 61 | knowledge besides such as ~is infused: since they do not proceed 9 1, 61 | Consequently, besides their infused love, there is only natural 10 1, 64 | supernatural beatitude, comes of ~infused love, from which he could 11 1, 88 | intelligible ~species divinely infused, for such knowledge would 12 1, 90 | afterwards the soul was infused into the ~formed body. But 13 1, 93 | connatural species, or by infused species. Not, however, by 14 1, 93 | if his knowledge came by ~infused species, it would have been 15 1, 93 | all things by divinely ~infused species. Yet his knowledge 16 1, 99 | would be natural; but is infused by God alone. Therefore 17 1, 99 | transmitted by the parent, is infused by God as soon as the human 18 1, 117 | the same time as they are infused into them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 2, 51 | Whether any habits are infused in man by God? ~(tm)Aquin.: 20 2, 51 | 1~Whether any habits are infused in man by God?~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 51 | would seem that no habit is infused in man by God. For God ~ 22 2, 51 | Further, if any habit be infused into man by God, man can 23 2, 51 | one acquired, the other infused. Now this seems ~impossible: 24 2, 51 | Therefore a habit is not infused into man by God.~Aquin.: 25 2, 51 | Therefore some habits are infused into man by God.~Aquin.: 26 2, 51 | answer that, Some habits are infused by God into man, for two 27 2, 51 | OBJ 3: Acts produced by an infused habit, do not cause a habit, ~ 28 2, 55 | is the efficient cause of infused virtue, to which this ~definition 29 2, 55 | general, whether acquired or ~infused.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 30 2, 55 | 6 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Infused virtue is caused in us by 31 2, 62 | secondly, because they are infused in us by ~God alone: thirdly, 32 2, 62 | because habits are all ~infused together. For the movement 33 2, 63 | of the same species as ~infused virtue?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 34 2, 63 | incompatible with divinely infused virtue, ~especially if this 35 2, 63 | theological virtues are ~infused in us by God. Because God 36 2, 63 | further to be perfected by infused virtues in regard to other ~ 37 2, 63 | belongs to the same species as infused ~virtue?~Aquin.: SMT FS 38 2, 63 | OBJ 1: It would seem that infused virtue does not differ in 39 2, 63 | virtue. Because acquired and infused virtues, according to what ~ 40 2, 63 | proximate end. Therefore the infused moral or intellectual ~virtue 41 2, 63 | their acts. But the act of infused ~and acquired temperance 42 2, 63 | 3: Further, acquired and infused virtue differ as that which 43 2, 63 | seems that acquired and ~infused virtue belong to the same 44 2, 63 | But the definition of ~infused virtue contains the words, " 45 2, 63 | not of the same species as infused virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 46 2, 63 | is therefore evident that infused and acquired temperance 47 2, 63 | the same way, too, ~those infused moral virtues, whereby men 48 2, 63 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Infused and acquired virtue differ 49 2, 63 | OBJ 2: Both acquired and infused temperance moderate desires 50 2, 65 | by human ~acts, but are infused by God. Such like moral 51 2, 65 | evident that neither can infused prudence be without charity; 52 2, 65 | been said that only the infused ~virtues are perfect, and 53 2, 65 | consequently so do all the infused ~moral virtues.~Aquin.: 54 2, 65 | All the moral virtues are infused together with charity. ~ 55 2, 65 | moral virtues must needs be infused ~together with charity, 56 2, 65 | therefore clear that the infused moral virtues are connected, 57 2, 65 | mortal sin, forfeits all the infused moral ~virtues.~Aquin.: 58 2, 65 | excellent than even the infused moral virtues. But the infused 59 2, 65 | infused moral virtues. But the infused moral ~virtues cannot be 60 2, 65 | on prudence: and not even infused ~prudence has the character 61 2, 66 | agent. But perfect, viz. infused virtues, are from God Whose 62 2, 66 | another to a man, if God infused ~all the virtues equally 63 2, 66 | prudence, and, as to the infused virtues, from charity, and 64 2, 66 | charity, in which all the infused ~virtues are connected.~ 65 2, 68 | a gift can apply to the ~infused virtues: for a gift is " 66 2, 68 | that some virtues are infused into us ~by God. Wherefore 67 2, 68 | not only because they are infused by God, but also ~because 68 2, 68 | gifts, as distinct from infused virtue, may be ~defined 69 2, 71 | is the root of all the ~infused virtues, as virtues; and 70 2, 71 | it follows that all the infused virtues are ~expelled "as 71 2, 71 | is incompatible with the infused virtues, but is ~consistent 72 2, 71 | compatible with ~virtues, whether infused or acquired.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 73 | while mortal sin destroys infused virtue, by turning man away 74 2, 82 | because evil ~habits are not infused, but acquired. Now original 75 2, 82 | original sin is a habit ~"infused," or a habit "acquired" ( 76 2, 83 | rational soul created by God is infused into the ~body. If therefore 77 2, 83 | into ~which the soul is infused. And so, with regard to 78 2, 83 | is stained through being infused; but only with ~regard to 79 2, 83 | the body into which it is infused.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 80 2, 83 | which is that such a soul be infused into such a body), lest 81 2, 92 | 2]), viz. ~acquired and infused. Now the fact of being accustomed 82 2, 92 | virtue; while it disposes to infused virtue, and preserves and 83 2, 100 | immediately through ~divinely infused faith. Consequently two 84 2, 100 | either the acquired or the infused ~virtue, as is clear from 85 2, 100 | caused by works; but the infused virtue is caused by God ~ 86 2, 109 | surpassing good, as the good of ~infused virtue. But in the state 87 2, 109 | anew, as if the soul ~were infused into a dead body for its 88 2, 109 | of grace, e.g. a further infused habit. Yet he needs the 89 2, 109 | Further, all the virtues are infused at once. But perseverance 90 2, 109 | perseverance is given to the other infused virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 91 2, 109 | these ways perseverance is infused together with grace, even ~ 92 2, 110 | Whether grace differs from infused virtue?~(4) Of the subject 93 2, 110 | inasmuch as a habitual gift is infused by God into the soul; and 94 2, 110 | whereby he is a man; whereas ~infused virtues dispose man in a 95 2, 110 | is ~something besides the infused virtues which are derived 96 2, 110 | light of reason, so do the infused virtues ~enable a man to 97 2, 110 | which is ~presupposed to the infused virtues, as their principle 98 2, 113 | free-will. Hence it can be infused in the ~beginning without 99 2, 113 | desire wisdom would be infused into him by God. Hence it 100 2, 113 | movement of ~charity is infused together with the movement 101 2, 113 | away, and grace, which is infused; just as in natural things 102 2, 113 | form. Hence ~grace is first infused, and then the free-will 103 2, 113 | 5: Further, if grace is infused into the soul, there must 104 2, 4 | habit of lifeless faith is ~infused into him by God. But it 105 2, 4 | a gift of God should be ~infused into man, on account of 106 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, infused virtue is more perfect than 107 2, 4 | can it be considered an infused virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 108 2, 6 | inquiry:~(1) Whether faith is infused into man by God?~(2) Whether 109 2, 6 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith is infused into man by God?~Aquin.: 110 2, 6 | would seem that faith is not infused into man by God. For ~Augustine 111 2, 6 | be acquired rather than infused. Therefore faith ~does not 112 2, 23 | infusion?~(3) Whether it is infused according to the capacity 113 2, 23 | other things. But we need no infused habit in ~order to love 114 2, 23 | necessary that charity be infused into our hearts. ~Aquin.: 115 2, 23 | 1/1~Whether charity is infused according to the capacity 116 2, 23 | would seem that charity is infused according to the capacity ~ 117 2, 23 | it ~seems that charity is infused according to the capacity 118 2, 23 | diminution in the charity to be infused. On the other hand, no movement ~ 119 2, 23 | away. But charity, being an infused habit, depends on the action 120 2, 26 | whether it be natural or infused, is finite.~Aquin.: SMT 121 2, 34 | venom of our old enemy is infused ~into the heart of man, 122 2, 43 | the knowledge of which is infused wisdom. ~Hence, the infused 123 2, 43 | infused wisdom. ~Hence, the infused wisdom which is a gift, 124 2, 50 | well), whether ~acquired or infused, directs man in the research 125 2, 51 | OBJ 3: Repentance restores infused prudence, and thus the lack 126 2, 94 | received wisdom and science infused into ~them by God, as related 127 2, 135 | grace, ~even as the other infused virtues. Secondly, it may 128 2, 137 | certain confidence of this is ~infused into the mind by the Holy 129 2, 159 | the virtues are ~in truth infused by God. Wherefore the first 130 2, 171 | case of those who receive infused ~scientific knowledge or 131 2, 172 | intellectual light be divinely infused in a person, not ~that he 132 3, 6 | same time that ~they are infused into bodies. Hence Pope 133 3, 6 | nor was a ~different soul infused into it in the beginning 134 3, 6 | the same time that it is infused into and united ~with the 135 3, 9 | Whether He had an imprinted or infused knowledge?~(4) Whether He 136 3, 9 | Christ had an imprinted or infused knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT TP 137 3, 9 | was not in Christ another infused ~knowledge besides the beatific 138 3, 9 | in the soul of Christ an infused knowledge, inasmuch as the 139 3, 9 | their proper natures by infused species; so likewise, besides 140 3, 9 | things in the Word; and an ~infused or imprinted knowledge, 141 3, 9 | A[4]). But ~cognition by infused species includes no opposition 142 3, 9 | knowledge, ~there still remains infused knowledge, not as a way 143 3, 9 | intelligible species divinely infused, as ~was said above (A. 144 3, 9 | Christ had the habit of infused knowledge, it does not seem 145 3, 9 | to the human ~soul. But infused knowledge is attributed 146 3, 9 | on account of a ~light infused from on high, and this manner 147 3, 9 | of Christ was full of the infused knowledge. ~The other relation 148 3, 9 | Reply OBJ 3: Acquired and infused habits are not to be classed 149 3, 9 | acquired. But the habit of infused knowledge is of a different 150 3, 10 | beatific knowledge; (2) of the ~infused knowledge; (3) of the acquired 151 3, 11 | THE KNOWLEDGE IMPRINTED OR INFUSED IN THE SOUL OF CHRIST (SIX 152 3, 11 | the knowledge imprinted or infused in the soul of ~Christ, 153 3, 11 | Whether by this imprinted or infused knowledge Christ knew all 154 3, 11 | considering was divinely infused, and not acquired by a process 155 3, 11 | formality, i.e. by a divinely infused light. Therefore in Christ 156 3, 11 | Reply OBJ 3: The divinely infused light is the common formality 157 3, 12 | would have been equal to His infused and beatific knowledge; ~ 158 3, 12 | wanting; even as ~imprinted or infused knowledge is held to be 159 3, 12 | the soul of Christ knew by infused knowledge all things to 160 3, 12 | nevertheless, He knew by infused knowledge, as was said above ( 161 3, 12 | by His beatific and His infused knowledge, ~so also did 162 3, 12 | plain that His habit of ~infused knowledge did not increase, 163 3, 12 | beginning He had ~perfect infused knowledge of all things; 164 3, 12 | knowledge, beyond ~the habit of infused knowledge, as appears to 165 3, 12 | experience, i.e. by comparing the infused intelligible species ~with 166 3, 12 | experience, e.g. by comparing the infused intelligible species ~with 167 3, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Both the infused knowledge and the beatific 168 3, 12 | especially as regards the infused knowledge which ~is caused 169 3, 12 | knowledge ~imprinted or infused by the illumination of spiritual 170 3, 12 | the ~higher impression of infused knowledge, which He received 171 3, 13 | the similitudes of things infused into ~Christ's soul do not 172 3, 15 | whereby He saw things by infused species. Yet things could 173 3, 15 | His beatific and even His ~infused knowledge, there was no 174 3, 27 | thee": and the soul is not infused before the formation of 175 3, 27 | which Job speaks is not the infused virtue; ~but a certain natural 176 3, 33 | men." But the soul is not infused ~into other men at the first 177 3, 33 | Christ's soul have been infused into His body in the first ~ 178 3, 33 | for just as the soul is infused into another ~man's body 179 3, 33 | matter into which it ~is infused: but this quantity allows 180 3, 33 | when the ~soul is first infused into it is in proportion 181 3, 34 | intellect, in regard to His infused knowledge, ~could understand 182 3, 39 | Further, the sign of wisdom infused by God should have been ~ 183 3, 44 | by the Divine power He ~infused wisdom into the simple minds 184 3, 65 | Wherefore, since grace is infused in each of the ~sacraments 185 3, 85 | the ~habit, and then it is infused by God immediately without 186 3, 85 | sin ~is pardoned and grace infused, and with grace all the 187 3, 87 | without Penance. Now grace ~is infused, in Penance as in the other 188 3, 87 | that habitual ~grace be infused, but a movement of grace 189 3, 87 | consequently whenever grace is infused anew, venial sins are forgiven.~ 190 3, 87 | but not through any habit ~infused anew into the soul.~Aquin.: 191 3, 89 | it follows that grace is infused into man ~through Penance. 192 Suppl, 1 | only: and those habits of ~infused virtue which regard the 193 Suppl, 1 | Wherefore until grace be infused, there is no habit by ~which 194 Suppl, 10| in Baptism, that grace is infused ~whereby sins are forgiven, 195 Suppl, 16| contrary, All the virtues are infused together. But penance is 196 Suppl, 16| therefore, other virtues are infused into the innocent at ~Baptism, 197 Suppl, 16| at ~Baptism, penance is infused with them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 198 Suppl, 17| as a habit, acquired or infused, is the key ~in this case, 199 Suppl, 17| without knowledge, acquired or infused, of loosing and binding, 200 Suppl, 30| by the last anointing is infused grace which gives the ~sacrament 201 Suppl, 39| and so forth. But since ~infused powers like natural powers 202 Suppl, 73| begotten, the soul is not infused into ~the body by means 203 Suppl, 76| pre-existed before being infused into the body ~begotten 204 Suppl, 93| other virtue, not civic but infused, that has ~Christ for its 205 Suppl, 93| is ~informed with charity infused by God: and thus its act


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