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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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composite

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Whether He is in any way composite, or wholly simple?~(8) Whether 2 1, 3 | like are passions of the composite. ~But these are attributed 3 1, 3 | though they were like ~the composite things from which we derive 4 1, 3 | things subsist which are composite; and we use ~abstract nouns 5 1, 3 | in God, we indicate the composite way ~in which our intellect 6 1, 3 | But with us ~that which is composite is better than that which 7 1, 3 | clear that God is nowise composite, but is altogether ~simple. 8 1, 3 | Secondly, because every composite is posterior to its component ~ 9 1, 3 | Thirdly, because every composite has a cause, for ~things 10 1, 3 | Fourthly, because in every composite there ~must be potentiality 11 1, 3 | Fifthly, because nothing composite can be ~predicated of any 12 1, 3 | two cubits. Thus in every ~composite there is something which 13 1, 3 | being, He can be in no way composite. Hilary implies this ~argument, 14 1, 3 | thing to be in some sort ~composite; because at least its existence 15 1, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: With us composite things are better than simple 16 1, 3 | differences, and therefore must be composite. But God and primary matter ~ 17 1, 3 | essentially, but rather the composite ~so acts; for the hand does 18 1, 8 | are ~called parts of the composite, while genus and difference 19 1, 12 | matter, still it resolves the composite into both of these elements; 20 1, 13 | does ~not affirm that He is composite, but that He is simple. 21 1, 13 | own mode, which is in a composite ~manner; yet not so as to 22 1, 13 | to understand them to be composite things. And thus ~our intellect 23 1, 14 | understood of the saying, it is composite and true; for the sense 24 1, 14 | things immaterially, and composite things ~simply, so likewise 25 1, 14 | not the ~resolution of the composite into its universal formal 26 1, 15 | apart from the ~idea of the composite; for matter in itself can 27 1, 22 | Further, there is nothing composite in God. But providence seems ~ 28 1, 22 | providence seems ~to be something composite, because it includes both 29 1, 23 | predestinated, taking it in a ~composite sense, thought, absolutely 30 1, 30 | perfection is ~something composite. Hence the angels, who are 31 1, 45 | to be created belongs to composite and subsisting things?~Aquin.: 32 1, 45 | created does not belong to composite and ~subsisting things. 33 1, 45 | belong to ~subsisting and composite things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 34 1, 45 | created is from nothing. But composite ~things are not from nothing, 35 1, 45 | component ~parts. Therefore composite things are not created.~ 36 1, 45 | Therefore matter, and not the composite, ~is, properly speaking, 37 1, 45 | and earth are subsisting composite things. ~Therefore creation 38 1, 45 | separate substances, or ~composite, as in the case of material 39 1, 45 | mean the building up of a composite thing ~from pre-existing 40 1, 45 | but it means that the "composite" is ~created so that it 41 1, 45 | the natural agent is the "composite," which is made from matter.~ 42 1, 45 | begin to be actual when the composite things are ~made, not as 43 1, 50 | corporeal; thirdly, the composite ~creature, corporeal and 44 1, 50 | according ~as it apprehends composite things; and in this way 45 1, 50 | is ~constituted. Such a composite nature is not its own existence 46 1, 58 | simply, such things as are composite, things movable ~immovably, 47 1, 58 | this comes about in things composite, the definition ~of which 48 1, 65 | speaking, made, is the "composite." Now, such are the ~forms 49 1, 65 | generation or corruption of the "composite"; since even forms have ~ 50 1, 65 | but in something that is ~composite, as this fire is generated 51 1, 65 | potentiality into act by some composite ~agent. But since the composite 52 1, 65 | composite ~agent. But since the composite agent, which is a body, 53 1, 68 | appointed to the generation of ~composite bodies, according to the 54 1, 68 | towards perfect. But bodies of composite nature have their place ~ 55 1, 75 | sensitive soul belongs to the composite. ~Wherefore we conclude 56 1, 75 | generation or corruption of composite things. Now it was ~shown 57 1, 75 | the soul alone, but the "composite," is the species. And ~the 58 1, 76 | the existence of the whole composite ~is also the existence of 59 1, 76 | of a definition, and ~a composite into matter and form. There 60 1, 77 | 3: Action belongs to the composite, as does existence; for 61 1, 77 | to what exists. Now the composite has substantial existence ~ 62 1, 77 | to the body, but to the ~composite." Therefore the sensitive 63 1, 77 | sensitive power is in "the composite" as its ~subject. Therefore 64 1, 77 | have their subject in the composite, and not in the ~soul alone.~ 65 1, 77 | is by the soul that the ~composite has the power to perform 66 1, 77 | soul, as compared to ~the composite; not as in their subject, 67 1, 77 | else this subject is the composite. Now the ~composite is actual 68 1, 77 | the composite. Now the ~composite is actual by the soul. Whence 69 1, 77 | be the soul alone, or the composite, ~flow from the essence 70 1, 77 | powers are subjected in the composite; as all the powers ~of the 71 1, 77 | subject. Wherefore, the composite being destroyed, ~such powers 72 1, 77 | soul alone, but of the ~composite.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 73 1, 46 | to be created belongs to composite and subsisting things?~Aquin.: 74 1, 46 | created does not belong to composite and ~subsisting things. 75 1, 46 | belong to ~subsisting and composite things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 76 1, 46 | created is from nothing. But composite ~things are not from nothing, 77 1, 46 | component ~parts. Therefore composite things are not created.~ 78 1, 46 | Therefore matter, and not the composite, ~is, properly speaking, 79 1, 46 | and earth are subsisting composite things. ~Therefore creation 80 1, 46 | separate substances, or ~composite, as in the case of material 81 1, 46 | mean the building up of a composite thing ~from pre-existing 82 1, 46 | but it means that the "composite" is ~created so that it 83 1, 46 | the natural agent is the "composite," which is made from matter.~ 84 1, 46 | begin to be actual when the composite things are ~made, not as 85 1, 51 | corporeal; thirdly, the composite ~creature, corporeal and 86 1, 51 | according ~as it apprehends composite things; and in this way 87 1, 51 | is ~constituted. Such a composite nature is not its own existence 88 1, 59 | simply, such things as are composite, things movable ~immovably, 89 1, 59 | this comes about in things composite, the definition ~of which 90 1, 66 | speaking, made, is the "composite." Now, such are the ~forms 91 1, 66 | generation or corruption of the "composite"; since even forms have ~ 92 1, 66 | but in something that is ~composite, as this fire is generated 93 1, 66 | potentiality into act by some composite ~agent. But since the composite 94 1, 66 | composite ~agent. But since the composite agent, which is a body, 95 1, 69 | appointed to the generation of ~composite bodies, according to the 96 1, 69 | towards perfect. But bodies of composite nature have their place ~ 97 1, 74 | sensitive soul belongs to the composite. ~Wherefore we conclude 98 1, 74 | generation or corruption of composite things. Now it was ~shown 99 1, 74 | the soul alone, but the "composite," is the species. And ~the 100 1, 75 | the existence of the whole composite ~is also the existence of 101 1, 75 | of a definition, and ~a composite into matter and form. There 102 1, 76 | 3: Action belongs to the composite, as does existence; for 103 1, 76 | to what exists. Now the composite has substantial existence ~ 104 1, 76 | to the body, but to the ~composite." Therefore the sensitive 105 1, 76 | sensitive power is in "the composite" as its ~subject. Therefore 106 1, 76 | have their subject in the composite, and not in the ~soul alone.~ 107 1, 76 | is by the soul that the ~composite has the power to perform 108 1, 76 | soul, as compared to ~the composite; not as in their subject, 109 1, 76 | else this subject is the composite. Now the ~composite is actual 110 1, 76 | the composite. Now the ~composite is actual by the soul. Whence 111 1, 76 | be the soul alone, or the composite, ~flow from the essence 112 1, 76 | powers are subjected in the composite; as all the powers ~of the 113 1, 76 | subject. Wherefore, the composite being destroyed, ~such powers 114 1, 76 | soul alone, but of the ~composite.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 115 1, 83 | soul alone, but of the "composite." And he held the same in ~ 116 1, 83 | produce some effect in the "composite," Aristotle agreed with ~ 117 1, 83 | imagination, is an action of ~the "composite," there is no difficulty; 118 1, 84 | deceived in the quiddity of ~composite things, not by the defect 119 1, 84 | objects not subject to composite definitions we cannot be 120 1, 87 | through sensible things, nor composite things ~through simple, 121 1, 89 | differences, and thus would be composite. ~Therefore God and the 122 1, 89 | said to be made through the composite substances being made. On ~ 123 1, 90 | themselves, ~but only in the composite, as we have explained (Q[ 124 1, 90 | made by the fact that the composite is made. So a ~form which 125 1, 90 | in ~matter, according as composite is made by composite. Now 126 1, 90 | as composite is made by composite. Now God, though He ~is 127 1, 104 | A[2]); wherefore if a composite thing be ~produced, it is 128 1, 104 | or it is ~likened to the composite generator by a likeness 129 1, 104 | Therefore ~just as the composite generator can move matter 130 1, 104 | a form by generating a ~composite thing like itself; so also 131 1, 109 | properly speaking, is the "composite": ~for this properly speaking, 132 1, 109 | has a ~likeness to the composite; either because it is composite 133 1, 109 | composite; either because it is composite itself, as when ~fire begets 134 1, 109 | fire, or because the whole "composite" as to both matter and ~ 135 1, 114 | But bodies, being most composite, ~are most remote from the 136 2, 4 | retains the being of the composite after the destruction of ~ 137 2, 4 | this is the being of the composite. Now the soul subsists ~ 138 2, 14 | from the simple to ~the composite. Therefore counsel does 139 2, 22 | so far, to wit, as the "composite" is passive. But here again 140 2, 22 | except accidentally: but the composite, which is ~corruptible, 141 2, 30 | is the good of the whole ~composite. Now concupiscence seems 142 2, 113 | principles and parts of a composite thing may precede and some ~ 143 2, 178 | truth from the variety of composite objects; ~secondly, because 144 3, 1 | simple, and flesh is most composite - especially human ~flesh. 145 3, 2 | hypostasis of Christ is composite after the ~Incarnation?~( 146 3, 2 | springs from its form, and in composite ~things individuation is 147 3, 2 | Hypostasis of Christ is ~composite?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[4] 148 3, 2 | Person of Christ is not composite. For the ~Person of Christ 149 3, 2 | the Person of Christ be composite.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[4] 150 3, 2 | hence He is ~said to be a composite person, insomuch as one 151 3, 16 | For God has a simple not a composite ~Nature." Therefore it must 152 3, 18 | Eutyches and all who held one composite nature in Christ ~were forced 153 3, 19 | seems that there is but one ~composite operation in Christ.~Aquin.: 154 3, 77 | consecration they are not ~composite in either of these ways. 155 Suppl, 70| of the properties of a composite being. Some operations, 156 Suppl, 70| result naturally in the composite. For were it necessary to 157 Suppl, 70| operations are movements of the composite only. We must therefore ~ 158 Suppl, 70| belonging to ~the whole composite by reason of the soul, just 159 Suppl, 72| to be ~life in the whole composite, i.e. the soul and body: 160 Suppl, 72| the work belongs to the composite and not to the soul alone, 161 Suppl, 72| is a part of the whole ~composite; and every integral part 162 Suppl, 76| after the corruption of the composite, as it is with the rational 163 Suppl, 76| of humanity, because the composite does not derive the specific 164 Suppl, 89| nevertheless the ~knowledge of a composite thing would not lead to 165 Suppl, 89| abstracted by the intellect from composite things, ~as the first opinion 166 Suppl, 89| becoming that whereby the composite itself is ~[*Literally, - 167 Suppl, 89| the 'whereby-it-is' of the composite itself] ~as instanced in 168 Suppl, 89| understanding will be the composite as it ~were resulting from


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