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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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continuous

    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 non-continuous. If 34 1, 53 | non-continuous. 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 non-continuous 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 non-continuous. If 83 1, 54 | non-continuous. 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 non-continuous 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


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