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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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qualities

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | bones, and the accidental qualities distinguishing this ~particular 2 1, 4 | things, and many and diverse ~qualities; "a fortiori" should all 3 1, 17 | accidental or consequent qualities, ~even as a man may fail 4 1, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: The active qualities in nature act by virtue 5 1, 48 | remission, as diminution in qualities and forms. The remission 6 1, 48 | the active and ~passive qualities of the elements; for coldness 7 1, 49 | as ~above the contrary qualities of the elements exists the 8 1, 58 | as to the ~nature of the qualities therein, save under the 9 1, 59 | itself comes from ~the active qualities.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 10 1, 65 | certain opposition of contrary qualities, ~though each quality is 11 1, 67 | its ~form perfectly, the qualities consequent upon the form 12 1, 67 | 3]), is a ~quality. But qualities are accidents, and as such 13 1, 70 | which perceives elemental qualities, ~and all the organs of 14 1, 76 | substantial form?~(5) Of the qualities required in the body of 15 1, 76 | caused by its elemental qualities. ~And the higher we advance 16 1, 76 | is made by the ~contrary qualities of the elements being reduced 17 1, 76 | virtually. For the proper qualities of the elements remain, ~ 18 1, 46 | Reply OBJ 2: The active qualities in nature act by virtue 19 1, 49 | remission, as diminution in qualities and forms. The remission 20 1, 49 | the active and ~passive qualities of the elements; for coldness 21 1, 50 | as ~above the contrary qualities of the elements exists the 22 1, 59 | as to the ~nature of the qualities therein, save under the 23 1, 60 | itself comes from ~the active qualities.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 24 1, 66 | certain opposition of contrary qualities, ~though each quality is 25 1, 68 | its ~form perfectly, the qualities consequent upon the form 26 1, 68 | 3]), is a ~quality. But qualities are accidents, and as such 27 1, 71 | which perceives elemental qualities, ~and all the organs of 28 1, 75 | substantial form?~(5) Of the qualities required in the body of 29 1, 75 | caused by its elemental qualities. ~And the higher we advance 30 1, 75 | is made by the ~contrary qualities of the elements being reduced 31 1, 75 | virtually. For the proper qualities of the elements remain, ~ 32 1, 77 | and other such corporeal qualities are required for ~the work 33 1, 77 | place by virtue of such qualities; but only ~for the proper 34 1, 77 | through the active and passive qualities, which are the ~principles 35 1, 77 | natures of the sensible qualities, according as such quality ~ 36 1, 77 | the natures of sensible qualities does not pertain ~to the 37 1, 77 | of immutation but ~only qualities of the third species, which 38 1, 77 | therefore only suchlike qualities are the objects of the ~ 39 1, 77 | senses; since they are ~qualities that cause alteration. But 40 1, 77 | affected in some sensible qualities, as in ~the movement of 41 1, 77 | proximate subject ~of the qualities that cause alteration, as 42 1, 82 | Para. 2/2~The adventitious qualities are habits and passions, 43 1, 82 | judgment of reason. Such qualities, too, ~are subject to reason, 44 1, 84 | apart from its individual qualities ~represented by the phantasms. 45 1, 84 | matter as subject to sensible qualities, ~such as being cold or 46 1, 84 | substance before other sensible qualities are. Hence ~quantities, 47 1, 84 | considered apart from sensible ~qualities; and this is to abstract 48 1, 90 | of the very elements, the qualities of which ~are perceived 49 1, 92 | as regards its accidental qualities, ~so far as to observe in 50 1, 96 | lose part of its ~humid qualities; and to prevent the entire 51 1, 99 | Hence whatever accidental qualities result from the nature of 52 1, 103 | results from the natural qualities of certain things. Thus ~ 53 1, 114 | Hier. xv) that among other ~qualities of corporeal fire, "it shows 54 1, 114 | dryness, and other such qualities, ~which do not exist in 55 1, 114 | below are only the ~active qualities of the elements, such as 56 2, 35 | forms, ~e.g. substances and qualities; whereas other things are 57 2, 49 | follows. He says "that some qualities are ~natural, and are in 58 2, 49 | difficultly lost. As to natural qualities, some regard a thing in 59 2, 49 | shapes, and passion-like qualities, which ~are not natural 60 2, 49 | dispositions and ~habits from other qualities. For quality, properly speaking, 61 2, 49 | shapes and passion-like qualities, in so ~far as they are 62 2, 49 | call dispositions, those qualities of the ~first species, which 63 2, 49 | whereas we ~call habits those qualities which, by reason of their 64 2, 49 | contrary happens in ~regard to qualities, by reason of their nature, 65 2, 49 | operation. Wherefore the simple ~qualities of the elements which suit 66 2, 49 | or habits, but "simple ~qualities": but we call dispositions 67 2, 50 | change, so also are all the qualities of the first species, which 68 2, 50 | other dispositions. But ~qualities of the soul are simply difficult 69 2, 50 | On the ~other hand, the qualities of the soul are called habits 70 2, 50 | maintained, differ from qualities of the third species, ~in 71 2, 50 | species, ~in this, that the qualities of the third species consist 72 2, 50 | called passions ~or passible qualities. But when they have attained 73 2, 50 | adjustment of the passion-like qualities themselves, according to 74 2, 50 | these same passion-like qualities, which are heat ~and cold, 75 2, 50 | powers, there ~be certain qualities to incline them, and these 76 2, 52 | other ~Platonists held that qualities and habits themselves were 77 2, 52 | the contrary, held that qualities and habits of themselves 78 2, 52 | held by some who ~said that qualities and immaterial forms are 79 2, 52 | whiteness or ~other like qualities which are not denominated 80 2, 52 | again we find that some qualities and forms are ~susceptible 81 2, 52 | but to be made. But other ~qualities which are further removed 82 2, 52 | primarily indeed in the qualities of the ~third species; but 83 2, 52 | secondarily it may be in the qualities of the first ~species: for, 84 2, 52 | a change in the ~simple qualities, which are not susceptible 85 2, 52 | only in respect of their qualities being ~the same or various, 86 2, 53 | applies to habits ~and other qualities; save that certain habits 87 2, 53 | certain habits and other qualities; save ~that certain habits 88 2, 53 | lasting than passion-like ~qualities, as we have explained above ( 89 2, 53 | A[1]). ~But passion-like qualities are neither corrupted nor 90 2, 54 | diverse. Now habits are qualities or forms ~adhering to a 91 2, 54 | The same applies to other ~qualities.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[54] A[ 92 2, 61 | kind of overflow. For the qualities of prudence overflow ~on 93 2, 71 | and sickness ~are vicious qualities," for in speaking of the 94 2, 110 | certain ~forms or supernatural qualities, whereby they may be moved 95 2, 8 | with ~external sensible qualities, whereas intellective knowledge 96 2, 75 | cognizant ~of the hidden qualities of the thing sold, but only 97 2, 75 | well and so forth. Such qualities the seller and buyer can 98 2, 75 | through ignorance of other qualities that might render the thing 99 2, 95 | thing in order to know its qualities), or in ~others (as when 100 3, 3 | garments"; ~and whoever has two qualities is designated in the singular 101 3, 3 | such by ~reason of the two qualities." Now the assumed nature 102 3, 27 | instance when fire has its qualities in ~the most perfect degree, 103 3, 45 | the gifts are ~immanent qualities of a glorified body. On 104 3, 54 | disposed according to the qualities mentioned, which are the 105 3, 54 | elements, and had tangible qualities such as the nature of a ~ 106 3, 54 | equal to ~taking away such qualities as it wills from the visible 107 3, 55 | be the principal of the qualities of a ~glorified body: yet 108 3, 63 | sensible ~passions or sensible qualities. Now a character is not 109 3, 77 | so as to receive these ~qualities.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 110 3, 77 | the subject of sensible qualities. Since, then, ~the remaining 111 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Qualities are divisible only accidentally, 112 3, 77 | of the subject. But the qualities remaining in this sacrament 113 3, 77 | and density are particular qualities accompanying ~bodies, by 114 3, 77 | matter is withdrawn, the ~qualities which go with matter, such 115 3, 77 | because it underlies sensible qualities. And therefore ~it is manifest 116 3, 77 | the active and ~passive qualities, which act in virtue of 117 3, 77 | as by alteration of the qualities, and increase ~or decrease 118 3, 77 | the subject of sensible qualities, as stated ~above (A[1]), 119 3, 77 | either on the part of the qualities, as when the color, savor, 120 3, 77 | color, savor, and other ~qualities of the bread and wine are 121 3, 81 | case touching the other qualities, concerning ~which we have 122 Suppl, 36| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE QUALITIES REQUIRED OF THOSE WHO RECEIVE 123 Suppl, 36| We must next consider the qualities required of those who receive 124 Suppl, 51| so are bodily or mental qualities. But error ~regarding the 125 Suppl, 72| will be cleansed ~of the qualities by which they act. Now heavenly 126 Suppl, 72| probable that the elemental qualities will ~be removed from the 127 Suppl, 72| light, since the elemental qualities are in opposition to one ~ 128 Suppl, 72| their active and passive qualities will be taken from ~them: 129 Suppl, 72| without having their proper qualities, since these ~are reduced 130 Suppl, 72| conflagration of the world the ~qualities of the corruptible elements 131 Suppl, 72| itself will have ~those qualities that become an immortal 132 Suppl, 72| probable, for since the proper qualities of ~the elements are the 133 Suppl, 72| remain, for the aforesaid ~qualities to be changed, except for 134 Suppl, 72| Moreover, these same elemental qualities belong to the ~second perfection 135 Suppl, 72| their substance and proper qualities, but that they will be cleansed 136 Suppl, 72| what Augustine calls the "qualities of corruptible elements," 137 Suppl, 72| the others in their active qualities, ~namely heat and cold, 138 Suppl, 76| so also do the contrary qualities from which the mixture ~ 139 Suppl, 76| quality resulting from simple qualities reduced to a mean, is ~not 140 Suppl, 79| their active and passive qualities. But this does not seem 141 Suppl, 79| because the active and passive qualities belong to the ~perfection 142 Suppl, 79| now. Moreover since these qualities are the proper accidents 143 Suppl, 79| Wherefore ~others say that the qualities will remain, but deprived 144 Suppl, 79| of the active and passive qualities is necessary for the mixture ~( 145 Suppl, 79| Reply OBJ 3: The elemental qualities are the instruments of the 146 Suppl, 79| result from the elemental qualities that is contrary to the ~ 147 Suppl, 79| able to remove" whatever qualities He will "from this visible ~ 148 Suppl, 79| and tangible body, other qualities remaining." Hence even as 149 Suppl, 79| are altered by ~sensible qualities only naturally and not spiritually. 150 Suppl, 79| of the active or passive qualities which touch ~is capable 151 Suppl, 79| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The qualities perceived by the touch are 152 Suppl, 79| has, through ~its tangible qualities according to the present 153 Suppl, 79| spiritual alteration by tangible qualities. Thus it was ~with the body 154 Suppl, 80| heat and cold are simple qualities of bodies, i.e. of ~the 155 Suppl, 80| subtlety. But heat and other qualities of the ~elements will not 156 Suppl, 80| tangible body ~has tangible qualities in excess of the qualities 157 Suppl, 80| qualities in excess of the qualities of the one touching it. ~ 158 Suppl, 80| glorified bodies the tangible qualities are not in ~excess but are 159 Suppl, 80| body is tangible that has qualities whereby the sense of touch 160 Suppl, 80| account of its tangible qualities, and on account of ~its 161 Suppl, 80| And since the tangible qualities are hot and cold and so 162 Suppl, 80| has ~by its nature those qualities which have a natural aptitude 163 Suppl, 80| glorified bodies the tangible qualities are not ~reduced to the 164 Suppl, 83| because the ~conflicting qualities that exist in man's body 165 Suppl, 88| hot and cold, wet and dry. qualities proper to the ~elements. 166 Suppl, 88| increase of active ~and passive qualities.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 167 Suppl, 88| rarity, and density are qualities of the elements, and ~the 168 Suppl, 88| changed from their natural ~qualities, which are in them according 169 Suppl, 88| chiefly as regards the visible qualities the principle of which ~ 170 Suppl, 88| other hand, the elemental qualities regard the touch, ~which 171 Suppl, 92| dispositions or any other qualities directed to ~this same perfect 172 Appen1, 1| next consider the various qualities of souls that are stripped ~


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