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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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local

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | things corporeal can be a local term ~"wherefrom" or "whereto." 2 1, 3 | Scriptures God is spoken of as a ~local term "whereto," according 3 1, 3 | based on the metaphor of local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 18 | of growth and decay. But local movement is ~naturally more 5 1, 18 | themselves some principle of local movement, it seems that ~ 6 1, 18 | nourishment, sensation, local movement and ~understanding. 7 1, 27 | bodies, either according to local movement ~or by way of a 8 1, 27 | procession in the ~sense of local motion, or of an action 9 1, 43 | of mission according to ~local motion, which is not in 10 1, 50 | To be circumscribed by local limits belongs to bodies 11 1, 51 | of their ~comparison with local movement.~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 53 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE LOCAL MOVEMENT OF THE ANGELS ( 13 1, 53 | We must next consider the local movement of the angels; 14 1, 53 | angel, so likewise ~does local movement. For a body is 15 1, 53 | Hence it ~is necessary for local movement of a body to be 16 1, 53 | priority and posteriority of local movement, as the Philosopher 17 1, 53 | is not necessary for the ~local movement of an angel to 18 1, 53 | arises ~continuity in its local movement; so likewise an 19 1, 53 | the preceding article, the local ~motion of an angel can 20 1, 53 | have maintained that the local movement of an angel ~is 21 1, 53 | illumination is the term of the local ~movement of the illuminating 22 1, 53 | illuminating body. Now the local movement of an angel is ~ 23 1, 53 | is an ~alteration, not a local movement, as though the 24 1, 53 | the ~angel's movement is local, and, besides, it is not 25 1, 55 | distant. Nevertheless his local movement is not purposeless 26 1, 63 | successively; thus, if ~local movement follows a change, 27 1, 63 | then the change and the local movement ~cannot be terminated 28 1, 67 | diffusion would be the local movement of a body. Now 29 1, 67 | movement of a body. Now no local movement of ~a body can 30 1, 67 | diffusion of light is not the local movement of ~a body.~Aquin.: 31 1, 67 | we use terms belonging to local movement in ~speaking of 32 1, 69 | gathering together is a mode of local movement. But ~the waters 33 1, 69 | since they lack sense and local ~movement, by which the 34 1, 70 | made most evident by their local ~movement, as separating 35 1, 76 | nourishment, sensation, and local ~movement; and likewise 36 1, 43 | of mission according to ~local motion, which is not in 37 1, 51 | To be circumscribed by local limits belongs to bodies 38 1, 52 | of their ~comparison with local movement.~Aquin.: SMT FP 39 1, 54 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE LOCAL MOVEMENT OF THE ANGELS ( 40 1, 54 | We must next consider the local movement of the angels; 41 1, 54 | angel, so likewise ~does local movement. For a body is 42 1, 54 | Hence it ~is necessary for local movement of a body to be 43 1, 54 | priority and posteriority of local movement, as the Philosopher 44 1, 54 | is not necessary for the ~local movement of an angel to 45 1, 54 | arises ~continuity in its local movement; so likewise an 46 1, 54 | the preceding article, the local ~motion of an angel can 47 1, 54 | have maintained that the local movement of an angel ~is 48 1, 54 | illumination is the term of the local ~movement of the illuminating 49 1, 54 | illuminating body. Now the local movement of an angel is ~ 50 1, 54 | is an ~alteration, not a local movement, as though the 51 1, 54 | the ~angel's movement is local, and, besides, it is not 52 1, 56 | distant. Nevertheless his local movement is not purposeless 53 1, 64 | successively; thus, if ~local movement follows a change, 54 1, 64 | then the change and the local movement ~cannot be terminated 55 1, 68 | diffusion would be the local movement of a body. Now 56 1, 68 | movement of a body. Now no local movement of ~a body can 57 1, 68 | diffusion of light is not the local movement of ~a body.~Aquin.: 58 1, 68 | we use terms belonging to local movement in ~speaking of 59 1, 70 | gathering together is a mode of local movement. But ~the waters 60 1, 70 | since they lack sense and local ~movement, by which the 61 1, 71 | made most evident by their local ~movement, as separating 62 1, 75 | nourishment, sensation, and local ~movement; and likewise 63 1, 77 | as intellect and sense, local movement and rest, and lastly, ~ 64 1, 77 | part of the object; ~while local motion is more perfect than, 65 1, 77 | of the subject ~or of its local distance, as in the movement 66 1, 88 | here acquired?~(7) Whether local distance impedes the separated 67 1, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether local distance impedes the knowledge 68 1, 88 | OBJ 1: It would seem that local distance impedes the separated 69 1, 88 | among themselves. Therefore local distance impedes the ~knowledge 70 1, 88 | knowledge was impeded by local distance; which, therefore, 71 1, 88 | Abraham afar off." Therefore local ~distance does not impede 72 1, 88 | were so, it might be that local ~distance would impede its 73 1, 88 | soul is not ~hindered by local distance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 74 1, 88 | there,' as if impeded by local ~distance; but for some 75 1, 88 | sensitive ~powers, which require local distance. In the same book 76 1, 88 | it must be by ~reason of local distance; which has been 77 1, 88 | proceed from the obstacle ~of local distance, but from the cause 78 1, 106 | angelic speech is subject to local distance?~(5) Whether all 79 1, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether local distance influences the 80 1, 106 | OBJ 1: It would seem that local distance affects the angelic 81 1, 106 | Therefore in the angelic speech local distance has some effect.~ 82 1, 106 | Abraham, ~notwithstanding the local distance (Lk. 16:24). Much 83 1, 106 | Much less therefore does ~local distance impede the speech 84 1, 106 | neither difference of time nor local distance has any influence 85 1, 106 | Hence in the angelic speech local distance is no impediment.~ 86 1, 106 | angel is who speaks. But ~as local distance does not prevent 87 1, 106 | raised by reason of ~the local distance; but is taken to 88 1, 106 | to ~another. For unequal local distance is the reason why 89 1, 106 | But in the angelic speech local distance ~has no effect, 90 1, 106 | through the obstacle of local distance, but on ~account 91 1, 109 | obey the angels as regards local motion?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 92 1, 109 | do not obey the angels in local motion. ~For the local motion 93 1, 109 | in local motion. ~For the local motion of natural bodies 94 1, 109 | neither can they cause in them local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 95 1, 109 | Phys. viii, 7) proves that local motion ~is the first of 96 1, 109 | neither can they ~cause local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 97 1, 109 | of the soul as ~regards local movement, as having in themselves 98 1, 109 | do not obey the angels in local motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 99 1, 109 | do this ~without causing local movement. Therefore bodies 100 1, 109 | Therefore bodies obey them in local ~motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP 101 1, 109 | movements the most perfect is local motion, as ~the Philosopher 102 1, 109 | body first and chiefly by a local ~motion.~Aquin.: SMT FP 103 1, 109 | There are in bodies other local movements besides those ~ 104 1, 109 | moon; and much more can local movements result from the ~ 105 1, 109 | The angels, by causing local motion, as the first motion, ~ 106 1, 109 | employing corporeal seeds by local movement.~Aquin.: SMT FP 107 1, 110 | obeys the angel as ~regards local movement, so that whatever 108 1, 110 | whatever can be caused by the local ~movement of bodies is subject 109 1, 110 | sometimes caused in us by ~the local movement of animal spirits 110 1, 110 | blind imagine color), but by local ~movement of the spirits 111 1, 112 | does he need time for his local motion, for he can be with 112 1, 114 | action is ~not effected by local movement, as Democritus 113 1, 114 | virtues, can be employed ~with local movement. Therefore it is 114 1, 114 | when they are employed with local movement for the ~production 115 1, 114 | disposition in matter, both as to local distance ~and as to other 116 1, 114 | its effect. Therefore as ~local distance hinders the effect 117 1, 116 | of man can move bodies by local movement?~Aquin.: SMT FP 118 1, 116 | spiritual substance as to local ~motion, as stated above ( 119 1, 116 | not obey the soul as to local ~motion. Now it is also 120 2, 7 | manner ~words that signify local movement are employed to 121 2, 11 | reached ~something. Thus in local movement, although any point 122 2, 17 | since it results from the ~local movement of the heart, which 123 2, 80 | which ~can result from the local movement of bodies here 124 2, 80 | imagination is due, sometimes, to local movement: for the Philosopher ~ 125 2, 80 | the time." Hence such a local movement of the vital spirits 126 2, 80 | alone, but ~according to local movement, as explained above.~ 127 2, 82 | elements have contrary local tendencies. In like manner, 128 2, 86 | defect of brightness, just as local movement causes local parting. ~ 129 2, 86 | as local movement causes local parting. ~Wherefore, just 130 2, 86 | as when movement ceases, local distance is not removed, ~ 131 2, 113 | free-will, as a body in local ~movement is related to 132 2, 113 | Now it is clear that ~in local movement the moving body 133 2, 113 | way of justification; as local movement is a way of ~illumination, 134 2, 23 | that time, ~as happens in local movement; but for a certain 135 2, 23 | like manner we observe in local motion that at first there 136 2, 178 | Now of bodily ~movements, local movements are the most perfect 137 3, 13 | formed to be a principle of local motion, as is said De ~Anima 138 3, 33 | Further, there was need of local movement for the formation 139 3, 33 | considered: first, the local movement of the blood to 140 3, 33 | to the very nature of the local movement of any body whatever, 141 3, 33 | there is no increase without local ~movement, and because increase 142 3, 33 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This local movement is not comprised 143 3, 33 | the time occupied ~by the local movement of the matter towards 144 3, 52 | cannot be a subject of local ~motion; for this belongs 145 3, 57 | and because ascension is local motion, a thing not in keeping ~ 146 3, 57 | having descended by any local ~movement, but as having " 147 3, 57 | written Eph. 4:9; and this is local descent: ~hence this belongs 148 3, 75 | present in this ~sacrament by local motion. First of all, because 149 3, 75 | dissolved, depart from thence by local motion, which ~would be 150 3, 75 | not begin to be there by local motion, ~nor is it contained 151 3, 76 | ceases to be, nor yet ~by local movement of His own, as 152 Suppl, 72| kind of movement, but only local movement, which changes 153 Suppl, 72| its movement at rest. Now local movement is brought to rest 154 Suppl, 74| 1/1 ~OBJ 4: Further, no local movement can be sudden as 155 Suppl, 74| the resurrection requires local movement in the ~gathering 156 Suppl, 74| which cannot be without local ~movement will be done by 157 Suppl, 76| Because the selfsame heaven by local movement ~returns to the 158 Suppl, 80| bodies, there is only local movement, which is not according 159 Suppl, 81| rendered ~apt not only for local movement but also for sensation, 160 Suppl, 81| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Local movement changes nothing 161 Suppl, 81| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Local movement takes nothing away 162 Suppl, 81| 1/2~On the contrary, In local movement space. movement 163 Suppl, 81| same time. ~Therefore the local movement of a glorified 164 Suppl, 81| succession of places is local movement. The same applies 165 Suppl, 83| alteration in virtue of its local ~movement, and all other 166 Suppl, 88| nevertheless is a subject of local ~movement: and it is impossible 167 Suppl, 88| be reduced to act save by local movement. Therefore it ~ 168 Suppl, 90| 1/1~I answer that, Since local movement precedes all other 169 Suppl, 90| the like are derived from local movement to all ~other movements 170 Suppl, 90| viii, 7). Now ~the end of local movement is a place, and


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