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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | beings, and all others to be apart from Him. ~Even so, were 2 1, 14 | intellect were a faculty apart from Himself, and as if 3 1, 15 | forms of things, existing apart from the things themselves. 4 1, 15 | form of anything existing apart from the thing itself can 5 1, 15 | created by God, though ~not apart from form, matter has its 6 1, 15 | its idea in God; but not apart from the ~idea of the composite; 7 1, 15 | Genus can have no idea apart from the idea of species, 8 1, 18 | touch, but also objects apart from ~themselves, can move 9 1, 18 | is not found here below ~apart from a vegetative soul: 10 1, 19 | Whether God wills things apart from Himself?~(3) Whether 11 1, 19 | OBJ 1: Although nothing apart from God is His end, yet 12 1, 19 | Whether God wills things apart from Himself?~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 19 | God does not will things apart from Himself. For ~the divine 14 1, 19 | therefore, God wills ~anything apart from Himself, His will must 15 1, 19 | God does not will anything apart from Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 19 | wills Himself and things apart from ~Himself, it follows 17 1, 19 | God does not will things apart from Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 19 | Himself, but other things apart from ~Himself. This is clear 19 1, 19 | although He is not anything apart from Himself, yet He does 20 1, 19 | yet He does will things ~apart from Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 19 | although God wills ~things apart from Himself only for the 22 1, 19 | as He understands things apart from Himself by ~understanding 23 1, 19 | essence, so He wills things apart from Himself by ~willing 24 1, 19 | follow that it wills nothing apart from itself, but ~rather 25 1, 19 | Further, God wills things apart from Himself, inasmuch as 26 1, 19 | Therefore He wills things apart from Himself necessarily.~ 27 1, 19 | nature. But God wills things apart ~from Himself in so far 28 1, 19 | that His willing things apart from Himself is not absolutely ~ 29 1, 20 | God is eternal. But things apart from God ~are not from eternity; 30 1, 28 | these genera. In the genera, apart from that ~of "relation," 31 1, 30 | forasmuch as number regarded ~apart from things numbered exists 32 1, 30 | possessed ~another goodness apart from the goodness of the 33 1, 31 | that the Son is a thing apart ~from the Father.~Aquin.: 34 1, 39 | one cannot be multiplied apart from the other. But in God 35 1, 44 | recipients. Therefore all beings apart ~from God are not their 36 1, 44 | things, ~in reality are not apart from the divine essence, 37 1, 50 | be several ~whitenesses apart, or several humanities, 38 1, 58 | enlightened angels, who are quite apart from the darkness, ~that 39 1, 62 | between things which are ~far apart. But the beatific state 40 1, 62 | that he is setting them apart for the more ornate part 41 1, 63 | second the good ~were set apart from the wicked.~Aquin.: 42 1, 66 | Porphyry sets the demons apart from the ~angels by supposing 43 1, 69 | in one ~place," that is, apart from the dry land. That 44 1, 69 | should have been ~recorded apart from the work by which it 45 1, 70 | although capable of existing apart from it. It ~is not, however, 46 1, 75 | would have some ~operation apart from the body. But it has 47 1, 75 | But it has no operation apart from the ~body, not even 48 1, 75 | phantasm, which cannot exist apart from the ~body. Therefore 49 1, 75 | has an operation "per se" apart from the body. Now only 50 1, 75 | objects. But the intellect, apart from the body, apprehends 51 1, 75 | Therefore the sensitive faculty, apart from the body, perceives ~ 52 1, 75 | animals has an ~operation apart from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 53 1, 75 | the sensitive soul is not ~apart from the body; for anger, 54 1, 75 | soul were proper to it, apart from the body; because in 55 1, 76 | nature is understood as apart from the individuating principles; 56 1, 76 | it has not an existence apart from ~the existence of the 57 1, 77 | these ~powers have no act apart from the corporeal organ.~ 58 1, 39 | one cannot be multiplied apart from the other. But in God 59 1, 45 | recipients. Therefore all beings apart ~from God are not their 60 1, 45 | things, ~in reality are not apart from the divine essence, 61 1, 51 | be several ~whitenesses apart, or several humanities, 62 1, 59 | enlightened angels, who are quite apart from the darkness, ~that 63 1, 63 | between things which are ~far apart. But the beatific state 64 1, 63 | that he is setting them apart for the more ornate part 65 1, 64 | second the good ~were set apart from the wicked.~Aquin.: 66 1, 67 | Porphyry sets the demons apart from the ~angels by supposing 67 1, 70 | in one ~place," that is, apart from the dry land. That 68 1, 70 | should have been ~recorded apart from the work by which it 69 1, 71 | although capable of existing apart from it. It ~is not, however, 70 1, 74 | would have some ~operation apart from the body. But it has 71 1, 74 | But it has no operation apart from the ~body, not even 72 1, 74 | phantasm, which cannot exist apart from the ~body. Therefore 73 1, 74 | has an operation "per se" apart from the body. Now only 74 1, 74 | objects. But the intellect, apart from the body, apprehends 75 1, 74 | Therefore the sensitive faculty, apart from the body, perceives ~ 76 1, 74 | animals has an ~operation apart from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 77 1, 74 | the sensitive soul is not ~apart from the body; for anger, 78 1, 74 | soul were proper to it, apart from the body; because in 79 1, 75 | nature is understood as apart from the individuating principles; 80 1, 75 | it has not an existence apart from ~the existence of the 81 1, 76 | these ~powers have no act apart from the corporeal organ.~ 82 1, 78 | natural things subsisted apart from matter, and consequently 83 1, 78 | of natural things ~exist apart from matter, and as forms 84 1, 78 | sensible, which do not subsist apart from matter. And therefore 85 1, 78 | species ~may be preserved apart from actual apprehension. 86 1, 83 | things subsist of themselves ~apart from matter; and these he 87 1, 83 | the things themselves and apart from matter, as the Platonists 88 1, 83 | individual, and this cannot be apart from corporeal matter: for ~ 89 1, 83 | sensible things subsisted apart from the ~individual; there 90 1, 84 | nothing can be understood apart from that ~which enters 91 1, 84 | things cannot be ~understood apart from matter. Now matter 92 1, 84 | therefore a form existing apart from ~matter: for though 93 1, 84 | horse, can be thought of apart from the ~individualizing 94 1, 84 | the nature of the species apart from its individual qualities ~ 95 1, 84 | quantity, can be considered apart from sensible ~qualities; 96 1, 84 | Yet they can be considered apart from this or that ~substance; 97 1, 84 | the ~color of the apple apart from its smell. If therefore 98 1, 84 | the color which is seen apart from the smell, it is quite 99 1, 84 | but that it be perceived ~apart from the smell, this is 100 1, 88 | grace. Therefore the soul apart ~from the body understands 101 1, 88 | can ~understand when it is apart from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 102 1, 88 | body, ~and another when apart from it, its nature remaining 103 1, 88 | possible for it to exist apart from the body, and also 104 1, 88 | body ~than when existing apart from it, being an essential 105 1, 88 | is it able to do so ~when apart from the body.~Aquin.: SMT 106 1, 88 | 1~On the contrary, Souls apart from the body know other 107 1, 88 | souls. Therefore the soul apart from the ~body has perfect 108 1, 88 | knowledge is natural, the soul apart from the ~body through such 109 1, 88 | acquired in this life the soul apart from the body ~can understand 110 1, 88 | suited to a soul existing apart ~from the body. Thus the 111 1, 88 | remain actually in the ~soul apart from the body. But the soul 112 1, 89 | something incorporeal, not apart from the body, but the form 113 2, 7 | transferred from things ~that are apart locally, to all kinds of 114 2, 12 | reason nature stands further apart from the rational ~nature, 115 2, 18 | But the end is altogether apart from the object. ~Therefore 116 2, 18 | indifferent, as ~standing apart from the genus of moral 117 2, 34 | i.e. the good as existing apart from, and ~unparticipated 118 2, 57 | demonstration can be ~considered apart, without the conclusion 119 2, 66 | there could be no liberality apart from justice, ~which discerns 120 2, 72 | things which are infinitely ~apart, cannot belong to the same 121 2, 72 | mortal sin are infinitely apart, since temporal punishment 122 2, 72 | venial sins are infinitely apart as regards what ~they "turn 123 2, 81 | considered by ~itself as apart from the body, but is imputed 124 2, 101 | were certain sacraments apart from the sacrifices of ~ 125 2, 102 | themselves were ~specially set apart for that purpose. And just 126 2, 102 | another.] has this peculiarity apart from other birds, that it 127 2, 103 | certain places should be ~set apart from others for the purpose 128 2, 112 | chaste fear, which is not apart from grace. Hence a man ~ 129 2, 114 | for they are infinitely apart, and all man's good is from ~ 130 2, 75 | A[1] Body Para. 2/4~But, apart from fraud, we may speak 131 2, 76 | thing must not be reckoned apart from the thing itself, ~ 132 2, 93 | 95] A[8] Body Para. 2/7~Apart from this cause, however, 133 2, 97 | special sin is to found apart from other sins as ~the 134 2, 97 | sacrilege is not to be found apart from other sins; for ~it 135 2, 97 | Sacrilege is sometimes found apart from other sins, through ~ 136 2, 98 | things can by no means exist apart from spiritual ~things. 137 2, 102 | by him for its own sake apart ~from its being prescribed, 138 2, 102 | charity, ~which cannot exist apart from obedience. For it is 139 2, 103 | committed against a man, apart from the latter being ~a 140 2, 162 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Apart from the mysteries of the 141 2, 172 | inspiration of the Holy Ghost, apart from any outward assistance 142 2, 182 | there can be no charity apart from this ~perfection, wherefore 143 2, 182 | God. Charity is possible apart from this perfection, for ~ 144 2, 186 | they involve man's living apart from his fellow-men, ~but 145 2, 187 | observance of the precepts apart from the counsels is directed 146 2, 187 | praiseworthy than if it be done apart from a vow, both because 147 3, 1 | things that are infinitely ~apart, even as it would not be 148 3, 1 | and flesh are infinitely apart; ~since God is most simple, 149 3, 2 | mingling of things widely apart; for the ~species of one 150 3, 2 | for they are infinitely ~apart. Therefore their union is 151 3, 16 | predicate are most widely apart. Therefore, since the ~aforesaid 152 3, 16 | natures, although most widely apart, nevertheless come together ~ 153 3, 16 | does not exist of itself apart from the ~Divine Nature, 154 3, 16 | not of itself a person ~apart from the Person of the Son 155 3, 40 | to His disciples: "Come apart into ~a desert place, and 156 3, 41 | beginning when he found her apart from ~her husband." Hence 157 3, 42 | things to His disciples apart: as ~is seen clearly in 158 3, 46 | necessary from some ~cause quite apart from itself; and should 159 3, 70 | begun to be united together apart ~from unbelievers for the 160 3, 70 | distinctive sign while they dwelt apart from other nations. ~Nevertheless, 161 3, 74 | Passion, the bread is received apart as the ~sacrament of the 162 3, 74 | the water is not offered ~apart from the wine in this sacrament, 163 3, 74 | as the wine is offered apart from ~the bread; but the 164 3, 74 | water would be consecrated apart from the wine, as ~the wine 165 3, 76 | ought not to be consecrated apart, ~just as no other part 166 3, 76 | Christ's body be shown apart to the faithful as food, 167 3, 76 | the blood is ~consecrated apart from the body, but no other 168 3, 78 | blood being consecrated apart from ~the body; because 169 3, 78 | the blood ~consecrated apart expressly represents Christ' 170 3, 78 | the blood consecrated apart ~represents Christ's blood 171 3, 83 | an altar ~is consecrated apart from the church, with the 172 3, 83 | consecrated in this sacrament ~apart from the blood. Consequently, 173 3, 88 | not act against God, but apart from Him, wherefore venial 174 Suppl, 35| Holy Ghost, which are not apart from sanctifying grace, 175 Suppl, 35| charity, and this ~cannot be apart from sanctifying grace.~ 176 Suppl, 42| sin, for it would be a sin apart from matrimony. But this ~ 177 Suppl, 55| it has degrees in itself apart from the ~degrees of consanguinity 178 Suppl, 55| that, Since all copulation apart from lawful marriage is 179 Suppl, 80| such like ~dimensions exist apart from a sensible body; and 180 Suppl, 80| line, which is understood apart from ~matter). Accordingly


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