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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | which does not exist ~only begins to exist by something already 2 1, 12 | that, Our natural knowledge begins from sense. Hence our ~natural 3 1, 18 | say then that an animal begins to live when it ~begins 4 1, 18 | begins to live when it ~begins to move of itself: and as 5 1, 19 | one way when that thing begins to be good for him, and ~ 6 1, 19 | Thus when the cold ~weather begins, it becomes good to sit 7 1, 24 | opinion of men, or because he begins again to have relation ~ 8 1, 42 | Hence ~everything generated begins to be; for the end of generation 9 1, 42 | the Father. Therefore He begins to ~exist, and is not co-eternal 10 1, 42 | agent, as soon as it exists, begins to act thus, the effect 11 1, 42 | and so all that corrupts ~begins not to exist and ceases 12 1, 43 | so that in some way he begins to be present there: either ~ 13 1, 43 | is sent, ~or because he begins to be there in some way 14 1, 43 | divine person sent neither begins to ~exist where he did not 15 1, 43 | that he who is sent either begins to exist where he was not ~ 16 1, 43 | occurs to creatures; or begins to exist where he was before, ~ 17 1, 46 | eternity. For everything which begins ~to exist, is a possible 18 1, 46 | no ~incorruptible thing begins to exist. But there are 19 1, 46 | OBJ 5: Further, nothing begins anew to be moved except 20 1, 46 | voluntary. But neither ~begins to move except by some pre-existing 21 1, 46 | cannot begin; because what begins is not in its ~end, and 22 1, 46 | but because from it time ~begins.~ 23 1, 53 | divisible place from which he begins to be moved; but while he 24 1, 53 | from which the movement begins, and the last where the 25 1, 53 | it is clear that when it ~begins to move, it gradually quits 26 1, 63 | nature. But a corporeal thing begins to have its operation in 27 1, 63 | of its creation; as fire begins to move upwards in the first ~ 28 1, 63 | nevertheless, that operation which begins with the existence comes 29 1, 63 | principle of generation, begins at once to limp. ~But the 30 1, 63 | is evident that even ~man begins to speak in the very instant 31 1, 67 | Hexaem.] says that Moses begins his narrative from the beginning 32 1, 74 | ends of the day, since day begins with ~morning and ends with 33 1, 74 | evening ends the day, which ~begins with the light, the termination 34 1, 42 | Hence ~everything generated begins to be; for the end of generation 35 1, 42 | the Father. Therefore He begins to ~exist, and is not co-eternal 36 1, 42 | as soon as it exists, ~begins to act thus, the effect 37 1, 42 | and so all that corrupts ~begins not to exist and ceases 38 1, 43 | so that in some way he begins to be present there: either ~ 39 1, 43 | is sent, ~or because he begins to be there in some way 40 1, 43 | divine person sent neither begins to ~exist where he did not 41 1, 43 | that he who is sent either begins to exist where he was not ~ 42 1, 43 | occurs to creatures; or begins to exist where he was before, ~ 43 1, 47 | eternity. For everything which begins ~to exist, is a possible 44 1, 47 | no ~incorruptible thing begins to exist. But there are 45 1, 47 | OBJ 5: Further, nothing begins anew to be moved except 46 1, 47 | or voluntary. But neither begins to move except by some pre-existing 47 1, 47 | cannot begin; because what begins is not in its ~end, and 48 1, 47 | but because from it time ~begins.~ 49 1, 54 | divisible place from which he begins to be moved; but while he 50 1, 54 | from which the movement begins, and the last where the 51 1, 54 | it is clear that when it ~begins to move, it gradually quits 52 1, 64 | nature. But a corporeal thing begins to have its operation in 53 1, 64 | of its creation; as fire begins to move upwards in the first ~ 54 1, 64 | nevertheless, that operation which begins with the existence comes 55 1, 64 | principle of generation, begins at once to limp. ~But the 56 1, 64 | is evident that even ~man begins to speak in the very instant 57 1, 68 | Hexaem.] says that Moses begins his narrative from the beginning 58 1, 73 | ends of the day, since day begins with ~morning and ends with 59 1, 73 | evening ends the day, which ~begins with the light, the termination 60 1, 111 | the Father by origin; and begins to be in a new way, by ~ 61 1, 111 | power; and in that way begins to be there afresh. Now 62 1, 117 | of ~matter and form, that begins to exist, acquires existence 63 1, 117 | matter and form. Therefore it begins to exist not by generation 64 1, 117 | sleeps. ~But as soon as it begins to attract nourishment, 65 1, 117 | sensitive ~soul of the offspring begins to work towards the perfection 66 1, 118 | cannot even do this; and then begins decline. In fine, ~when 67 2, 1 | are of themselves, reason begins from ~principles that are 68 2, 3 | motion towards the end begins in the will. And therefore 69 2, 6 | and coming towards him, begins to be moved ~towards the 70 2, 9 | is ~evident that the will begins to will something, whereas 71 2, 9 | wills to be healed, he begins to reflect how this can 72 2, 9 | whose ~presence, the will begins to will or not to will something; 73 2, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Reason begins with that which is first 74 2, 17 | last of all, someone's will begins to use, by executing the 75 2, 17 | principle of ~bodily movements begins with the movement of the 76 2, 25 | respect of good, movement begins in love, goes ~forward to 77 2, 25 | while in respect of evil, it begins ~in hatred, goes on to aversion, 78 2, 43 | commandments, ~and thus begins to hope, while hope leads 79 2, 48 | the movement of anger begins in the ~reason, wherefore 80 2, 53 | subject, which ~relation begins in the accident and terminates 81 2, 53 | concrete, the ~relation begins in the subject and terminates 82 2, 53 | concrete, the ~relation begins in the subject and terminates 83 2, 54 | also to the fact that it begins by being imperfectly in ~ 84 2, 59 | of passion, as passion, begins in the appetite, ~and ends 85 2, 59 | is the reverse, for it ~begins in the reason and ends in 86 2, 62 | good ~through someone, he begins to love him: and from the 87 2, 68 | Isaias] the enumeration begins with the more excellent 88 2, 69 | life. Because when a ~man begins to make progress in the 89 2, 69 | in so far as "the spirit" begins to reign in men. The ~"possession" 90 2, 89 | generically. But when he begins to have the use of reason, 91 2, 100 | since the order of reason begins with the end, that, for 92 2, 102 | that the first movement ~begins. But the tabernacle was 93 2, 108 | poverty (Mt. 19:21), He ~begins with the words: "If thou 94 2, 110 | inasmuch as its subject begins or ~ceases to be in act 95 2, 111 | which hitherto ~willed evil, begins to will good. And hence, 96 2, 113 | form is acquired, the thing begins to ~operate with the form; 97 2, 4 | faith not only when faith begins anew to be in ~a man, but 98 2, 8 | however, human knowledge begins with the outside of things 99 2, 8 | discourse of reason always begins from an understanding ~and 100 2, 10 | adhere to Satan when he begins to invite one to his abode, ~ 101 2, 10 | As soon, however, as it begins to have ~the use of its 102 2, 10 | use of its free-will, it begins to belong to itself, and 103 2, 13 | Consequently, that from which a man begins ~can be perfect in good 104 2, 15 | believe that God is; hence it begins, "Ye that fear the Lord," 105 2, 16 | faith," because thereby man begins to be established and ~perfected 106 2, 18 | effect is that ~wherefrom it begins to operate: for instance 107 2, 18 | that is where ~the builder begins his work.~Aquin.: SMT SS 108 2, 18 | the point where wisdom ~begins to work, and in this way 109 2, 18 | the fear of ~God not only begins but also perfects wisdom, 110 2, 23 | OBJ 2: Further, charity begins to progress as soon as it 111 2, 23 | to progress as soon as it begins to be. ~Therefore we ought 112 2, 23 | state of man wherein he begins to speak and to use his 113 2, 23 | that of puberty when he begins to ~acquire the power of 114 2, 25 | lovable it is, since ~loving begins with seeing, according to 115 2, 25 | longer, for the ~father begins to love his child at once, 116 2, 25 | once, whereas the child begins to ~love his father after 117 2, 26 | to something else, love begins there, and thence ~goes 118 2, 26 | to speak; for knowledge ~begins from creatures, tends to 119 2, 26 | tends to God, and love begins with God as the last ~end, 120 2, 58 | first degree is when a man ~begins to doubt of another's goodness 121 2, 60 | intention, when, to wit, he begins to have ~a mind to hold 122 2, 77 | time when any special sin ~begins. But this is not possible 123 2, 77 | time the sin of omission begins. But it may happen that 124 2, 77 | that the sin of omission begins when he ~engages in an action 125 2, 77 | must say that ~the omission begins to be imputed to him as 126 2, 94 | But afterwards when a man ~begins to entangle his mind with 127 2, 108 | positively but dubiously, for he begins ~by saying: "Unless perhaps 128 2, 121 | civil or home life. Hence he begins ~by saying (De Offic. i): " 129 2, 135 | person who has the habit, begins to ~perform the act, yet 130 2, 135 | for instance a builder ~begins to build a house, but does 131 2, 135 | chooses to persevere ~and begins to carry out his choice 132 2, 160 | any particular sin: for it begins by being conceived in thought, 133 2, 163 | Augustine (De Trin. xii, 12), it begins with the concupiscence of 134 2, 166 | sacred doctrine; hence he begins by saying: ~"Although jokes 135 2, 170 | reckoning the graces, he begins with prophecy, which is ~ 136 2, 178 | inchoate beatitude, which begins now and will be ~continued 137 2, 178 | the contemplative life begins here so that it may ~be 138 2, 178 | The contemplative life begins here, so ~as to be perfected 139 2, 178 | the fire of love which ~begins to burn here is aflame with 140 2, 179 | but the contemplative life begins here, to be ~perfected in 141 2, 180 | Ezech.) that "contemplation begins here, so as to be perfected 142 2, 182 | the furnace of ~love which begins to burn here, will burn 143 2, 187 | it is clear that one man begins ~straightway not only from 144 2, 187 | says (De Consol. iii, 10), "begins with perfect ~things." And 145 3, 6 | with which his operation begins - and this because the ~ 146 3, 16 | said to be made that which begins to be ~predicated of it 147 3, 16 | those in whom ~human nature begins to be in a newly created 148 3, 34 | has perfect existence, and begins to act ~unless it is hindered. 149 3, 34 | soon as it is generated, begins to ~give heat and light. 150 3, 35 | speaking, that is born which begins to exist by ~nativity. But 151 3, 35 | rather ~is it the person that begins to exist in some nature. 152 3, 35 | born, when the light of day begins to increase in ~length," 153 3, 41 | man to grave sins, but he ~begins with lighter sins, so as 154 3, 44 | the sun naturally ~always begins in that part of the sun 155 3, 53 | actual death, so ~that he begins in any way to live anew 156 3, 64 | intent on something, he begins unintentionally to think ~ 157 3, 65 | generation whereby ~a man begins to be and to live: and corresponding 158 3, 66 | that man by ~being baptized begins the new life of righteousness; 159 3, 66 | far as he dies to sin and begins to live anew unto righteousness. ~ 160 3, 66 | dies to the old life, and begins to lead the new life. Whence 161 3, 66 | Feast of the ~Holy Ghost begins; for which reason the apostles 162 3, 68 | the old life of sin, and begins ~a certain newness of life, 163 3, 69 | the oldness of sin, and begins to live unto the newness 164 3, 69 | obstacle is removed, it ~begins forthwith to move downwards. 165 3, 71 | spiritual life. But man begins to ~live before being taught. 166 3, 72 | comes to perfect age he begins at once to have intercourse 167 3, 75 | into itself; just as fire begins anew to be in some house, 168 3, 75 | Christ under this sacrament begins at the one ~time to be in 169 3, 75 | which another is converted, ~begins anew to inhere in the matter 170 3, 75 | existing, the form of fire ~begins anew to be in the matter 171 3, 75 | man, the form of the man begins to be ~anew in the matter 172 3, 75 | must be said then that it begins to be ~there by conversion 173 3, 76 | sacrament, because Christ begins to be in this sacrament 174 3, 76 | Further, Christ's body begins to be in this sacrament 175 3, 78 | completed. For, as Christ's body begins to be in this sacrament 176 3, 80 | sunrise), the Roman Church begins it at midnight. ~Consequently, 177 3, 83 | of the day." But the day ~begins at midnight, as was said 178 3, 83 | earth; but when ~the dawn begins to show: because then the 179 3, 83 | mass of the ~Catechumens begins," in which the instruction 180 3, 83 | other words which the priest begins and the ~people take up, 181 3, 85 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sin begins to displease a man, especially 182 3, 89 | in different men, for one begins ~with a greater grace than 183 Suppl, 7 | additional reason of goodness, begins to belong to ~another kind 184 Suppl, 14| s previous satisfaction begins to avail when he ~recovers 185 Suppl, 14| state of charity ~when he begins to repent. Therefore his 186 Suppl, 14| Whether previous satisfaction begins to avail after man is restored 187 Suppl, 14| his previous ~satisfaction begins to avail, because a gloss 188 Suppl, 14| insincerity. Now Baptism begins to ~avail when insincerity 189 Suppl, 14| Therefore satisfaction begins to avail ~when sin is taken 190 Suppl, 18| himself, and in ~Baptism man begins a new life, and by the baptismal 191 Suppl, 21| since a prudent physician begins with ~lighter and less risky 192 Suppl, 43| therefore for betrothal. But he begins to ~reach the second stage 193 Suppl, 43| sent to school. But man begins to reach the ~third stage 194 Suppl, 43| the end of that period he begins to be fit to make certain 195 Suppl, 48| intercourse. ~Therefore, since it begins by the consent, it would 196 Suppl, 73| the first instant, ~but it begins at once to set up a movement 197 Suppl, 74| of the human race, which begins from our Lord's coming and 198 Suppl, 77| maintained that nothing begins anew to belong to the truth 199 Suppl, 77| opinion is that something new begins to belong principally to ~ 200 Suppl, 78| again of youthful age, which begins about the age of ~thirty 201 Suppl, 78| the movement of ~decrease begins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[


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