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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | are the same. But God and primary matter exist, and in no 2 1, 3 | absolutely the same. But ~primary matter enters into the composition 3 1, 3 | be composite. But God and primary matter ~are altogether simple. 4 1, 3 | absurdly taught that God was primary matter. Now all these ~contain 5 1, 3 | for man begets man. But primary matter can be neither ~numerically 6 1, 3 | Therefore, strictly speaking, primary matter and God do not differ, 7 1, 5 | through not distinguishing primary matter from privation, said 8 1, 5 | participated than ~being; for primary matter participates in goodness 9 1, 5 | implies desirability. Now primary matter does ~not imply desirability, 10 1, 5 | which desires. Therefore primary ~matter does not contain 11 1, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As primary matter has only potential 12 1, 5 | according to the Platonists, primary matter ~may be said to be 13 1, 7 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, primary matter is something other 14 1, 7 | above (Q[3], A[8]). But primary matter is infinite. Therefore 15 1, 7 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Primary matter does not exist by 16 1, 7 | than created. Nevertheless, primary matter even as a ~potentiality 17 1, 8 | everywhere, ~and always; primary matter also, since it is 18 1, 8 | The universal, and also primary matter are indeed ~everywhere; 19 1, 10 | upon the ~essential and primary differences, that eternity 20 1, 10 | other hand others assign primary ~matter as the cause why 21 1, 11 | implies the ~idea of a primary measure; and number is " 22 1, 13 | mere potentiality, as is primary matter. ~Secondly, because 23 1, 14 | nature does not belong to primary matter, ~which is a potentiality, 24 1, 14 | intelligible objects as ~primary matter has to natural things; 25 1, 14 | intelligible objects, just as primary matter is to natural ~things. 26 1, 15 | OBJ 3: Further, God knows primary matter, of which there can 27 1, 16 | before, truth resides, in its primary aspect, ~in the intellect. 28 1, 16 | things are true by one ~primary truth; to which each one 29 1, 16 | truth, but according to the primary truth, inasmuch as it is 30 1, 16 | follows, therefore, that the primary truth is greater ~than the 31 1, 16 | to any ~place or time, as primary matter is said to be one, 32 1, 16 | change is immutable; as primary ~matter is unbegotten and 33 1, 19 | such were considered as primary, and not as ~dependent on 34 1, 19 | God. A thing taken in its primary sense, and ~absolutely considered, 35 1, 19 | God properly, since in its primary ~meaning it includes passion; 36 1, 21 | kind of ~goodness; and the primary source of goodness is God, 37 1, 21 | work of God, ~viewed at its primary source, there appears mercy. 38 1, 23 | reason can be assigned, since primary matter is altogether uniform, 39 1, 25 | power is not in God. For as primary matter is to ~power, so 40 1, 25 | first agent, is to act. But primary matter, ~considered in itself, 41 1, 27 | from the Father as His ~primary creature, and that the Holy 42 1, 33 | notion of the Father; for primary and simple things are ~notified 43 1, 40 | the divine persons is the primary distinction. Therefore ~ 44 1, 41 | cause. Hence action, in its primary ~sense, means origin of 45 1, 44 | all beings?~(2) Whether primary matter is created by God, 46 1, 44 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether primary matter is created by God?~ 47 1, 44 | OBJ 1: It would seem that primary matter is not created by 48 1, 44 | Phys. i, ~text 62). But primary matter has no subject. Therefore 49 1, 44 | has no subject. Therefore primary matter ~cannot have been 50 1, 44 | matter. Therefore God and primary matter are two principles 51 1, 44 | some degree actual. But primary matter is only in ~potentiality, 52 1, 44 | is against the ~nature of primary matter to be a thing made.~ 53 1, 44 | nigh unto ~nothing" - viz. primary matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 54 1, 44 | necessary to say that also primary matter is created by the ~ 55 1, 44 | of all things, and since primary matter is from Him, it follows ~ 56 1, 48 | absolute potentiality, as ~primary matter, which is the subject 57 1, 54 | Himself," while He made primary matter "nigh unto ~nothing"; 58 1, 54 | of a simpler nature ~than primary matter, as being closer 59 1, 54 | being closer to God. But primary matter is its ~own power. 60 1, 63 | especially evident with regard to primary concepts, ~"which everyone 61 1, 66 | philosophers, who maintained that primary matter was some ~corporeal 62 1, 66 | Hence we ~must assert that primary matter was not created altogether 63 1, 66 | referring to the condition of primary ~matter, which in itself 64 1, 66 | water," in this passage. primary matter itself is signified ~ 65 1, 66 | create before time was, the primary corporeal ~matter, and the 66 1, 67 | the word light. In its ~primary meaning it signifies that 67 1, 67 | taken in its strict and ~primary meaning, it is to be understood 68 1, 67 | since light is a form of the primary body, and because it is 69 1, 68 | the ninth sphere, and the primary ~movable body that moves 70 1, 68 | according to some, ~is the primary mobile, the cause of the 71 1, 68 | infinite in dimension, and ~the primary element of all bodies. Thus 72 1, 69 | Gen. Contr. Manich. i), primary ~matter is meant by the 73 1, 75 | the first ~potentiality is primary matter. Therefore, since 74 1, 75 | soul must ~participate of primary matter, as part of itself.~ 75 1, 75 | actualizes first, we call the "primary animate."~Aquin.: SMT FP 76 1, 75 | things ~received by each. For primary matter receives individual 77 1, 75 | and the potentiality of primary matter ~another, so in each 78 1, 76 | soul. For the ~soul is the primary principle of our nourishment, 79 1, 76 | is the form we call the "primary animate," ~as was said above ( 80 1, 76 | that it ~can be moved. But primary matter cannot be moved ( 81 1, 76 | depends on their relation to primary ~matter; for "before" and " 82 1, 76 | to inhere immediately to primary ~matter; it would follow 83 1, 76 | philosophers, who held that primary matter was some actual ~ 84 1, 76 | organic body, as of its primary ~and proportionate perfectible.~ 85 1, 76 | body, which is the soul's primary and proportionate perfectible. 86 1, 77 | the soul is nobler than primary matter. But primary ~matter 87 1, 77 | than primary matter. But primary ~matter is its own potentiality. 88 1, 77 | OBJ 2: The act to which primary matter is in potentiality 89 1, 40 | the divine persons is the primary distinction. Therefore ~ 90 1, 41 | cause. Hence action, in its primary ~sense, means origin of 91 1, 45 | all beings?~(2) Whether primary matter is created by God, 92 1, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether primary matter is created by God?~ 93 1, 45 | OBJ 1: It would seem that primary matter is not created by 94 1, 45 | Phys. i, ~text 62). But primary matter has no subject. Therefore 95 1, 45 | has no subject. Therefore primary matter ~cannot have been 96 1, 45 | matter. Therefore God and primary matter are two principles 97 1, 45 | some degree actual. But primary matter is only in ~potentiality, 98 1, 45 | is against the ~nature of primary matter to be a thing made.~ 99 1, 45 | nigh unto ~nothing" - viz. primary matter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 100 1, 45 | necessary to say that also primary matter is created by the ~ 101 1, 45 | of all things, and since primary matter is from Him, it follows ~ 102 1, 49 | absolute potentiality, as ~primary matter, which is the subject 103 1, 55 | Himself," while He made primary matter "nigh unto ~nothing"; 104 1, 55 | of a simpler nature ~than primary matter, as being closer 105 1, 55 | being closer to God. But primary matter is its ~own power. 106 1, 64 | especially evident with regard to primary concepts, ~"which everyone 107 1, 67 | philosophers, who maintained that primary matter was some ~corporeal 108 1, 67 | Hence we ~must assert that primary matter was not created altogether 109 1, 67 | referring to the condition of primary ~matter, which in itself 110 1, 67 | water," in this passage. primary matter itself is signified ~ 111 1, 67 | create before time was, the primary corporeal ~matter, and the 112 1, 68 | the word light. In its ~primary meaning it signifies that 113 1, 68 | taken in its strict and ~primary meaning, it is to be understood 114 1, 68 | since light is a form of the primary body, and because it is 115 1, 69 | the ninth sphere, and the primary ~movable body that moves 116 1, 69 | according to some, ~is the primary mobile, the cause of the 117 1, 69 | infinite in dimension, and ~the primary element of all bodies. Thus 118 1, 70 | Gen. Contr. Manich. i), primary ~matter is meant by the 119 1, 74 | the first ~potentiality is primary matter. Therefore, since 120 1, 74 | soul must ~participate of primary matter, as part of itself.~ 121 1, 74 | actualizes first, we call the "primary animate."~Aquin.: SMT FP 122 1, 74 | things ~received by each. For primary matter receives individual 123 1, 74 | and the potentiality of primary matter ~another, so in each 124 1, 75 | soul. For the ~soul is the primary principle of our nourishment, 125 1, 75 | is the form we call the "primary animate," ~as was said above ( 126 1, 75 | that it ~can be moved. But primary matter cannot be moved ( 127 1, 75 | depends on their relation to primary ~matter; for "before" and " 128 1, 75 | to inhere immediately to primary ~matter; it would follow 129 1, 75 | philosophers, who held that primary matter was some actual ~ 130 1, 75 | organic body, as of its primary ~and proportionate perfectible.~ 131 1, 75 | body, which is the soul's primary and proportionate perfectible. 132 1, 76 | the soul is nobler than primary matter. But primary ~matter 133 1, 76 | than primary matter. But primary ~matter is its own potentiality. 134 1, 76 | OBJ 2: The act to which primary matter is in potentiality 135 1, 78 | senses, which belong to primary matter. But in the third 136 1, 83 | excellent than corporeal ~primary matter. But primary matter 137 1, 83 | corporeal ~primary matter. But primary matter was created by God 138 1, 83 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Primary matter has substantial being 139 1, 84 | quiddity of which is the primary and ~proper object of the 140 1, 86 | and hence it does not know primary matter ~except as proportionate 141 1, 86 | intelligible beings, just as primary matter is a ~potentiality 142 1, 102 | stable element, at least ~primary matter; and something belonging 143 1, 104 | action from proceeding from a primary ~and a secondary agent.~ 144 1, 106 | mind, as depending on the ~primary truth, is both speech and 145 1, 114 | conceded. But this latter is primary matter, which is a pure ~ 146 1, 114 | most distant from God is primary matter; which ~is in no 147 1, 118 | is not required for the primary ~existence of the individual, 148 2, 9 | inclination. Hence ~neither can primary matter, which is potentiality 149 2, 18 | And therefore just as the primary ~goodness of a natural thing 150 2, 18 | it its ~species, so the primary goodness of a moral action 151 2, 18 | in natural ~things, the primary evil is when a generated 152 2, 18 | else be ~generated); so the primary evil in moral actions is 153 2, 19 | which it consists: thus ~primary bodies are simple. Hence 154 2, 26 | division are related as primary and secondary: ~since that 155 2, 46 | 9), because love is ~the primary root of all the other passions, 156 2, 70 | ultimate, but rather something primary and ~fundamental. Therefore 157 2, 73 | stated above (A[3]) that the primary gravity of ~a sin is derived 158 2, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the primary object of sin is the will, 159 2, 83 | by man's origin, is the primary subject of original sin. ~ 160 2, 83 | respect of its essence, is the primary subject of original sin.~ 161 2, 84 | which have the character ~of primary origin, as covetousness 162 2, 100 | decalogue, which are the primary elements of the Law.~Aquin.: 163 2, 100 | extends to more persons, as a primary dictate of reason, than ~ 164 2, 100 | kindness. Nevertheless it is a ~primary dictate of reason that man 165 2, 1 | contained implicitly in ~certain primary matters of faith, such as 166 2, 2 | Therefore, as regards the primary points or articles of faith, 167 2, 5 | without ~another; or to their primary motive, which is perfect 168 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The primary and formal object of faith 169 2, 15 | giver of the law. Now the primary ~subjection of man to God 170 2, 45 | speculative ~science, because the primary universal principles of 171 2, 47 | statements which are taken as primary: wherefore every process 172 2, 47 | an extreme, i.e. of some primary singular and contingent ~ 173 2, 47 | 47], AA[3],6). Now this ~primary singular is some singular 174 2, 101 | the one hand it ~is the primary motive for showing honor, 175 2, 106 | of love, signifies the primary root of vengeance, in so 176 2, 153 | unlawful desires. Now ~the primary difference between them 177 3, 56 | stated above (ad 2), the primary cause ~of human resurrection 178 3, 59 | observed that although the primary authority of judging ~rests 179 3, 60 | sensible ~effect being the primary and direct object of man' 180 3, 75 | dissolution cannot be made into primary matter, so ~that a subject 181 Suppl, 14| gratuitous givings, the ~primary reason of the giving is 182 Suppl, 32| De Anima ii). ~Hence the primary root of thought is not the 183 Suppl, 32| appetitive power is not the primary root.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] 184 Suppl, 40| but not as regards his ~primary act.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] 185 Suppl, 41| is not recalled. But the primary ~institution of matrimony 186 Suppl, 54| instituted. Now the essential and primary end of marriage is the ~ 187 Suppl, 61| indeed perfect ~as to its primary being, but is not finally 188 Suppl, 70| hearing, and so on; and ~these primary powers remain in the separated 189 Suppl, 75| needs be dissolved into its primary components: and when ~a 190 Suppl, 76| dissolved into them, except in primary matter, even as any other ~ 191 Suppl, 76| animal is defined from ~the primary sense, namely touch. But 192 Suppl, 77| instruments belong to the primary intention of art: and it 193 Suppl, 77| they do ~not belong to the primary perfection of the human 194 Suppl, 77| and not on account of the primary being of the species, as ~ 195 Suppl, 78| to man on account ~of his primary perfection, which consists 196 Suppl, 78| to cause or preserve the primary ~perfection of human nature 197 Suppl, 78| life, being directed to the primary perfection of nature, it ~ 198 Suppl, 83| as it deprives one of the primary good, ~namely being, with 199 Suppl, 89| succession, in the same way as primary matter ~remains one under 200 Suppl, 89| intellect, in this respect, to primary matter. ~Thus it by no means 201 Suppl, 92| Wherefore since by its primary signification ~a dowry refers


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