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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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composition

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | to the idea of Him, viz. composition, motion, and the like. Therefore ( 2 1, 3 | simplicity, whereby we deny composition in Him; and ~because whatever 3 1, 3 | Whether in Him there is composition of quiddity, essence or 4 1, 3 | Whether He enters into composition with other things?~Aquin.: 5 1, 3 | but not that there is any composition ~in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 3 | divers things; ~consequently, composition is accidental to them, and 7 1, 3 | essence, or it may mean the composition of a proposition effected 8 1, 3 | question. For there is neither ~composition of quantitative parts in 9 1, 3 | since He is not a body; nor ~composition of matter and form; nor 10 1, 3 | neither is there in Him ~composition of genus and difference, 11 1, 3 | Whether God enters into the composition of other things?~Aquin.: 12 1, 3 | that God enters into the composition of other things, ~for Dionysius 13 1, 3 | things enters ~into the composition of everything. Therefore 14 1, 3 | Therefore God enters into the ~composition of other things.~Aquin.: 15 1, 3 | primary matter enters into the composition things. Therefore also does ~ 16 1, 3 | for God to enter into ~the composition of anything, either as a 17 1, 3 | But that which enters into composition with ~anything does not 18 1, 6 | necessary that there should be composition in the supreme good, but 19 1, 9 | there is some kind of ~composition to be found. But it has 20 1, 9 | that in ~God there is no composition, for He is altogether simple. 21 1, 12 | or the predicate, or the composition; but that it is not as ~ 22 1, 13 | bound up with time and ~composition and like corporeal conditions. 23 1, 13 | has existence without any composition as ~shown above (Q[3], A[ 24 1, 13 | identity of the thing by the ~composition itself.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 25 1, 13 | represents ~the unity by composition.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 26 1, 13 | is not false in forming composition in its ideas concerning ~ 27 1, 14 | principles which enter into the composition of things, whether ~principles 28 1, 14 | divine intellect, there is no composition. Therefore God does ~not 29 1, 14 | His intellect there were composition or ~division of enunciations; 30 1, 14 | reduce to one by way of composition or ~division, by forming 31 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: Enunciatory composition signifies some existence 32 1, 14 | way of enunciation, by ~composition and division, as occurs 33 1, 16 | regards "what a thing is." Now composition and ~division are neither 34 1, 16 | But in God there is not composition and ~division. Therefore 35 1, 16 | intellect there is neither ~composition nor division, yet in His 36 1, 17 | 22] that "where there ~is composition of objects understood, there 37 1, 17 | and falsehood." But ~such composition is in the intellect. Therefore 38 1, 17 | essentially only with ~the composition of the intellect, falsity 39 1, 17 | of a thing, ~in so far as composition of the intellect is mixed 40 1, 20 | God, yet without implying ~composition; for the good that He wills 41 1, 20 | others; yet it implies no composition in God. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 26 | no ~place in God; nor has composition. Therefore beatitude does 43 1, 26 | after the manner not of ~composition, but of simplicity; for 44 1, 30 | relations do not import ~composition in that of which they are 45 1, 32 | things which are devoid of composition: for they ~are known of 46 1, 40 | simplicity ~excludes the composition of matter and form, it follows 47 1, 40 | simplicity excludes the composition of subject and accident, 48 1, 47 | being, ~there is necessarily composition of potentiality and act, 49 1, 50 | 3: Although there is no composition of matter and form in an ~ 50 1, 50 | which contain a twofold ~composition. The first is that of form 51 1, 50 | act. And such a kind of composition is ~understood to be in 52 1, 50 | least of multitude in its composition, but not so as to be ~found 53 1, 58 | things understood, there is ~composition of the same, as is said 54 1, 58 | time. ~Therefore there is composition and division in the angel' 55 1, 58 | expressions, which are signs of ~composition and of division in the intellect; 56 1, 58 | intelligence is without composition and division. ~Therefore 57 1, 58 | angel understands without composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT 58 1, 58 | Nevertheless, he understands the composition and the division of ~enunciations, 59 1, 58 | things understood causes ~composition, but a multitude of such 60 1, 58 | shows that they know both composition and division: yet not that ~ 61 1, 58 | a thing by some kind of composition, and this happens either ~ 62 1, 58 | manner, ~referred to some composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT 63 1, 71 | predominate over water in their composition, as is shown ~by the fact 64 1, 75 | absolutely, is exempt from ~composition of matter and form.~Aquin.: 65 1, 75 | intellectual substances there is composition of ~actuality and potentiality, 66 1, 76 | enter materially into the ~composition of a mixed body (since it 67 1, 76 | is a form consisting in ~composition and order, such as the form 68 1, 40 | simplicity ~excludes the composition of matter and form, it follows 69 1, 40 | simplicity excludes the composition of subject and accident, 70 1, 48 | being, ~there is necessarily composition of potentiality and act, 71 1, 51 | 3: Although there is no composition of matter and form in an ~ 72 1, 51 | which contain a twofold ~composition. The first is that of form 73 1, 51 | act. And such a kind of composition is ~understood to be in 74 1, 51 | least of multitude in its composition, but not so as to be ~found 75 1, 59 | things understood, there is ~composition of the same, as is said 76 1, 59 | time. ~Therefore there is composition and division in the angel' 77 1, 59 | expressions, which are signs of ~composition and of division in the intellect; 78 1, 59 | intelligence is without composition and division. ~Therefore 79 1, 59 | angel understands without composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT 80 1, 59 | Nevertheless, he understands the composition and the division of ~enunciations, 81 1, 59 | things understood causes ~composition, but a multitude of such 82 1, 59 | shows that they know both composition and division: yet not that ~ 83 1, 59 | a thing by some kind of composition, and this happens either ~ 84 1, 59 | manner, ~referred to some composition or division.~Aquin.: SMT 85 1, 71 | predominate over water in their composition, as is shown ~by the fact 86 1, 74 | absolutely, is exempt from ~composition of matter and form.~Aquin.: 87 1, 74 | intellectual substances there is composition of ~actuality and potentiality, 88 1, 75 | enter materially into the ~composition of a mixed body (since it 89 1, 75 | is a form consisting in ~composition and order, such as the form 90 1, 84 | understands by the process of composition and ~division?~(6) Whether 91 1, 84 | ways: First, by way of ~composition and division; thus we may 92 1, 84 | definition, or a ~division, or a composition, expressed by a word. Wherefore 93 1, 84 | intellect's division or composition. Words do not therefore 94 1, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the composition precedes the simple in relation 95 1, 84 | intellect understands by composition and division?~Aquin.: SMT 96 1, 84 | does not understand by ~composition and division. For composition 97 1, 84 | composition and division. For composition and division are only of 98 1, 84 | it cannot understand by composition and division.~Aquin.: SMT 99 1, 84 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every composition and division implies past, 100 1, 84 | does not understand by ~composition and division. ~Aquin.: SMT 101 1, 84 | assimilation to them. But composition and division are not in 102 1, 84 | same, provided that the composition be ~true, for "man" is truly 103 1, 84 | intellect does ~not act by composition and division.~Aquin.: SMT 104 1, 84 | i). But in words we find composition and ~division, as appears 105 1, 84 | Therefore ~the intellect acts by composition and division.~Aquin.: SMT 106 1, 84 | necessity understand by ~composition and division. For since 107 1, 84 | one thing with ~another by composition or division; and from one 108 1, 84 | or division; and from one composition and division ~it proceeds 109 1, 84 | whatever we can know by composition, division, and reasoning. ~ 110 1, 84 | human intellect knows by composition, division and ~reasoning. 111 1, 84 | intellect know, ~indeed, composition, division, and reasoning, 112 1, 84 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Composition and division of the intellect 113 1, 84 | intellect knows many things by ~composition and division, as by knowing 114 1, 84 | turns to the phantasms, ~composition and division of the intellect 115 1, 84 | thing corresponds to the ~composition and division of the intellect; 116 1, 84 | thing ~there is a twofold composition. First, there is the composition 117 1, 84 | composition. First, there is the composition of form ~with matter; and 118 1, 84 | to this corresponds that composition of the intellect ~whereby 119 1, 84 | subject: and to this ~real composition corresponds that composition 120 1, 84 | composition corresponds that composition of the intellect, whereby ~ 121 1, 84 | is white." ~Nevertheless composition of the intellect differs 122 1, 84 | the intellect differs from composition of ~things; for in the latter 123 1, 84 | things are diverse, whereas composition of ~the intellect is a sign 124 1, 84 | components. For the above ~composition of the intellect does not 125 1, 84 | It is the same with the ~composition of form and matter: for 126 1, 84 | intellect predicates the composition of one thing with another.~~ 127 1, 84 | to another, ~as regards composition or division, or also in 128 1, 84 | but on the part of the ~composition affecting the definition, 129 1, 84 | itself as ~involving the composition of things incompatible; 130 1, 84 | intellect in ~regard to composition and division. The same answer 131 1, 85 | singulars. For whoever ~knows composition, knows the terms of composition. 132 1, 85 | composition, knows the terms of composition. But our intellect ~knows 133 1, 85 | our intellect ~knows this composition; "Socrates is a man": for 134 1, 88 | intellect as regards mental composition and division, ~or also reasoning; 135 1, 89 | which enter into their ~composition. For instance, a man and 136 1, 90 | enters materially into the composition of the human body, ~as some 137 1, 90 | does not enter into the ~composition of mixed bodies, except 138 1, 90 | such as is required in the composition of man, for the sense of 139 2, 17 | heap; ~which is unity of composition or order. In like manner 140 2, 94 | they are nothing else but ~composition, order and shape, as stated 141 3, 2 | to those whose form is ~composition, order, or figure, as a 142 3, 2 | First, because neither composition nor order ~nor figure is 143 3, 2 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, all composition requires parts. But the 144 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This composition of a person from natures 145 3, 2 | is not verified in every composition, that the thing ~composed 146 3, 2 | Word of God with flesh, by composition, which is ~in subsistence." 147 3, 3 | matter. And hence, ~if the composition of matter and form constitutes 148 3, 15 | these defects, which is composition of contraries, the flesh 149 3, 16 | word "made" determines the ~composition, with this meaning: "Man 150 3, 57 | they make ~out to be of the composition of the human body, and by 151 3, 74 | sacrament, as making the composition of bread, if rose-water, 152 3, 77 | sacrament ~do not obtain any composition. But before the consecration 153 3, 77 | and besides they have ~composition of quantitative parts.~Aquin.: 154 3, 78 | signified, although there be composition in the words uttered ~outwardly.~ 155 Suppl, 9 | in like manner, removes composition and ~admixture. Therefore 156 Suppl, 49| important than matter in the ~composition of a natural thing. Now " 157 Suppl, 72| corruption, namely the composition of contraries. Wherefore 158 Suppl, 76| whole ~resulting from the composition of form and matter, embracing 159 Suppl, 76| of those forms that are composition or order ~(Phys. ii, 1), 160 Suppl, 76| there be another distinct composition there is another distinct 161 Suppl, 79| maintain enters into the composition of a human body, to the 162 Suppl, 79| enter materially into the composition of a human body, as ~was 163 Suppl, 79| present state of life, namely ~composition of contraries, is essential 164 Suppl, 80| can nowise enter into the composition of a body, as we have ~shown 165 Suppl, 80| that it ~entered into the composition of the human body, it would


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