Part, Question
1 1, 3  potentiality because the continuous, as such, is ~divisible
2 1, 3  point is the principle of ~continuous quantity alone; and unity,
3 1, 7  infinitely divisible, for the continuous is ~defined that which is
4 1, 7  potentially in the division of the continuous, because we thus approach ~
5 1, 8  One is the term of the ~continuous; as a point in permanent
6 1, 8  the ~whole genus of the continuous; and in this way incorporeal
7 1, 8  indivisible does not belong to the continuous, as a part of it, but as ~
8 1, 10  otherwise it would not be ~continuous; for ten ells of cloth are
9 1, 10  for ten ells of cloth are continuous not by reason of the ~number,
10 1, 11  is the constitution of a continuous thing made up of ~its parts.
11 1, 14  men, or an infinitude in continuous quantity, as an ~infinitude
12 1, 18  called living that have a continuous current: ~for standing waters,
13 1, 30  and is ~division of the continuous; from this results number,
14 1, 42  is no quantity, neither continuous intrinsic quantity, which
15 1, 42  which we ~call size, nor continuous extrinsic quantity, which
16 1, 43  because progress in ~virtue is continuous, since charity ever increases
17 1, 43  thus ~the mission would be continuous. Therefore the invisible
18 1, 48  quantity, said that just as the continuous is ~infinitely divisible,
19 1, 50  follows the division of a continuous ~body. But this cannot be
20 1, 50  about by division of what is continuous, but that which is caused ~
21 1, 52  occupies a space in the continuous; ~for this is proper to
22 1, 52  body which he assumes is continuous, it would appear that he
23 1, 52  place, even though it be continuous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[
24 1, 53  for these contacts to be ~continuous. Nevertheless a certain
25 1, 53  so his movement will ~be continuous. And he can all at once
26 1, 53  his ~movement will not be continuous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[
27 1, 53  with movement which is ~continuous. For if the movement were
28 1, 53  if the movement were not continuous, it might be said ~that
29 1, 53  because nothing which is ~continuous is in its term, as is clear,
30 1, 53  angel's movement is not ~continuous, Aristotle's demonstration
31 1, 53  s movement is held to be continuous, it can be so granted, ~
32 1, 53  because at the outset of his continuous movement the angel is in
33 1, 53  motion of an angel can be continuous, and noncontinuous. If
34 1, 53  noncontinuous. If it be ~continuous, the angel cannot pass from
35 1, 53  order of first and last in continuous movement, ~is according
36 1, 53  angel's movement be not continuous, it is possible for him
37 1, 53  and this is shown from the continuous ~movement of a body. For
38 1, 53  infinitudes in movement which is continuous. Consequently, if the ~movement
39 1, 53  if the ~movement be not continuous, then all the parts of the
40 1, 53  body be moved, but not by ~continuous movement, it follows, either
41 1, 53  angel's movement ~is not continuous, he does not pass through
42 1, 53  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In continuous movement the actual change
43 1, 53  in movement which ~is not continuous, the change is a part, as
44 1, 53  the ~kind are terms of a continuous movement: just as generation
45 1, 53  not the term of any other continuous movement, but is of itself, ~
46 1, 53  angel is in time. It is in continuous time if his movement ~be
47 1, 53  time if his movement ~be continuous, and in noncontinuous time
48 1, 53  that time, whether it be continuous or not, is not the same
49 1, 53  angel's movement be not continuous, but ~a kind of succession
50 1, 53  corporeal things, which is continuous; ~since it is not of the
51 1, 53  nature. If, however, it be continuous, it is ~indeed proportionable,
52 1, 53  This objection is based on continuous time. But the same ~time
53 1, 53  the angel's movement be ~continuous, he is changed through infinite
54 1, 53  is partly in one of the continuous places, and partly in ~another,
55 1, 58  one; like the parts of a ~continuous whole. For if each of the
56 1, 58  as long as the entire ~continuous whole is considered, as
57 1, 63  thee." But since walking is continuous movement, it ~requires an
58 1, 63  instants, so far as time is continuous, as it is proved Phys. vi, ~
59 1, 63  is primarily measured by continuous time, time is taken to mean
60 1, 69  things which are not in continuous contact cannot occupy ~one
61 1, 69  not all the waters are in continuous contact, and ~therefore
62 1, 73  may also be added that in continuous movement, so long as any ~
63 1, 42  is no quantity, neither continuous intrinsic quantity, which
64 1, 42  which we ~call size, nor continuous extrinsic quantity, which
65 1, 43  because progress in ~virtue is continuous, since charity ever increases
66 1, 43  thus ~the mission would be continuous. Therefore the invisible
67 1, 49  quantity, said that just as the continuous is ~infinitely divisible,
68 1, 51  follows the division of a continuous ~body. But this cannot be
69 1, 51  about by division of what is continuous, but that which is caused ~
70 1, 53  occupies a space in the continuous; ~for this is proper to
71 1, 53  body which he assumes is continuous, it would appear that he
72 1, 53  place, even though it be continuous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[
73 1, 54  for these contacts to be ~continuous. Nevertheless a certain
74 1, 54  so his movement will ~be continuous. And he can all at once
75 1, 54  his ~movement will not be continuous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[
76 1, 54  with movement which is ~continuous. For if the movement were
77 1, 54  if the movement were not continuous, it might be said ~that
78 1, 54  because nothing which is ~continuous is in its term, as is clear,
79 1, 54  angel's movement is not ~continuous, Aristotle's demonstration
80 1, 54  s movement is held to be continuous, it can be so granted, ~
81 1, 54  because at the outset of his continuous movement the angel is in
82 1, 54  motion of an angel can be continuous, and noncontinuous. If
83 1, 54  noncontinuous. If it be ~continuous, the angel cannot pass from
84 1, 54  order of first and last in continuous movement, ~is according
85 1, 54  angel's movement be not continuous, it is possible for him
86 1, 54  and this is shown from the continuous ~movement of a body. For
87 1, 54  infinitudes in movement which is continuous. Consequently, if the ~movement
88 1, 54  if the ~movement be not continuous, then all the parts of the
89 1, 54  body be moved, but not by ~continuous movement, it follows, either
90 1, 54  angel's movement ~is not continuous, he does not pass through
91 1, 54  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In continuous movement the actual change
92 1, 54  in movement which ~is not continuous, the change is a part, as
93 1, 54  the ~kind are terms of a continuous movement: just as generation
94 1, 54  not the term of any other continuous movement, but is of itself, ~
95 1, 54  angel is in time. It is in continuous time if his movement ~be
96 1, 54  time if his movement ~be continuous, and in noncontinuous time
97 1, 54  that time, whether it be continuous or not, is not the same
98 1, 54  angel's movement be not continuous, but ~a kind of succession
99 1, 54  corporeal things, which is continuous; ~since it is not of the
100 1, 54  nature. If, however, it be continuous, it is ~indeed proportionable,
101 1, 54  This objection is based on continuous time. But the same ~time
102 1, 54  the angel's movement be ~continuous, he is changed through infinite
103 1, 54  is partly in one of the continuous places, and partly in ~another,
104 1, 59  one; like the parts of a ~continuous whole. For if each of the
105 1, 59  as long as the entire ~continuous whole is considered, as
106 1, 64  thee." But since walking is continuous movement, it ~requires an
107 1, 64  instants, so far as time is continuous, as it is proved Phys. vi, ~
108 1, 64  is primarily measured by continuous time, time is taken to mean
109 1, 70  things which are not in continuous contact cannot occupy ~one
110 1, 70  not all the waters are in continuous contact, and ~therefore
111 1, 72  may also be added that in continuous movement, so long as any ~
112 1, 84  Anima iii, 6. First, the continuous is indivisible, since actually
113 1, 94  motion of the will is not continuous there is ~nothing against
114 1, 107  movement which is upwards and ~continuous. This signifies that they
115 1, 117  of an ~animal would be a continuous movement, proceeding gradually
116 1, 118  passible body is weakened by continuous ~action, because such agents
117 2, 3  the operation can be more ~continuous and more one. Consequently
118 2, 3  latter seems, as it were, continuous. From these remarks the
119 2, 20  evil. For "movement, if continuous, is one and the same" (Phys. ~
120 2, 20  Phys. ~v, 4). But one continuous movement can be both good
121 2, 20  to another ~genus. Thus a continuous surface is one, considered
122 2, 20  Q[18], A[7], ad 1). For continuous walking is one ~action,
123 2, 35  though agreeable, being so continuous ~in its action on the sense,
124 2, 52  be said of the species of continuous quantity, which are ~denominated
125 2, 67  imperfection to ~perfection by continuous increase. But the charity
126 2, 72  movement, when the movement is continuous, but only when there is
127 2, 85  if ~the subtraction be continuous. Since therefore the good
128 2, 88  changed, although the act be ~continuous physically. If, however,
129 2, 113  succession is not measured by continuous time, but by ~discrete time,
130 2, 113  things measured are not continuous, as stated ~above (FP, Q[
131 2, 23  animals and plants is not a ~continuous movement, so that, to wit,
132 2, 23  even as every ~division of continuous things is included in these
133 2, 81  door of Him we pray, by the continuous and devout clamor of the ~
134 2, 104  more a gratuitous favor is continuous, the greater ~the thanksgiving
135 2, 104  of divine grace is more ~continuous in the innocent than in
136 2, 104  absolutely speaking, a more continuous gift, other ~things being
137 2, 178  the contemplative life is continuous?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[
138 2, 178  contemplative life is not continuous. For ~the contemplative
139 2, 178  contemplative life is not continuous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[
140 2, 178  connatural to man cannot be ~continuous. Now the contemplative life,
141 2, 178  contemplative life is not continuous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[
142 2, 178  thing may be described as continuous in two ways: ~first, in
143 2, 178  itself contemplative life is continuous for two ~reasons: first,
144 2, 178  regard contemplative life is continuous  both because it is ~competent
145 2, 180  contemplative life can be more ~continuous, although not as regards
146 3, 2  only in the parts ~of a continuous thing; for the continuous
147 3, 2  continuous thing; for the continuous is composed solely of ~continuous [
148 3, 2  continuous is composed solely of ~continuous [parts]. But an animal is
149 3, 31  but their impiety was not continuous. ~For, as it is stated in
150 3, 31  omitted by St. Matthew] was continuous."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[
151 3, 33  its development had been ~continuous, either its birth would
152 3, 36  because its movement was not ~continuous, but when the Magi had to
153 3, 73  from being indivisible, or continuous, but also when it is complete; ~
154 3, 84  1~Whether Penance can be continuous?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[
155 3, 84  seem that penance cannot be continuous. For it is ~written (Jer.
156 3, 84  impossible if penance were continuous, for ~it consists in weeping
157 3, 84  Therefore penance cannot be continuous.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[
158 3, 84  Therefore penance cannot be continuous. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[
159 3, 84  Therefore penance need not be continuous.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[
160 3, 84  act needs neither to be continuous, nor to last until the end
161 Suppl, 29 Secondly, as something ~continuous, which is actually one,
162 Suppl, 54 is the first species of continuous ~quantity: and thus a straight
163 Suppl, 64 this kind is lasting and ~continuous, so that the husband would
164 Suppl, 69 place, or that they are continuous as it were yet so that some
165 Suppl, 71 which is ~applicable to continuous quantity cannot be transferred
166 Suppl, 81 Z which is in B is ~not continuous with the part which is in
167 Suppl, 88 applies to the "now" only as continuous with the ~parts of time,
168 Suppl, 93 the flesh, against which a continuous battle is waged: "The flesh
