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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subsisting

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1 1, 3 | forms themselves should be subsisting "supposita." ~Therefore " 2 1, 3 | accidental quality, but subsisting truth." Therefore what subsists 3 1, 4 | Since therefore God is subsisting being itself, nothing of 4 1, 4 | is the ~very existence to subsisting things."~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 4 | be wanting to Him who is subsisting being itself.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 6 | ideas of natural things as subsisting of themselves - as Aristotle 7 1, 7 | because a created form thus subsisting has being, and yet is not 8 1, 7 | be its existence; because subsisting being is not a created being; 9 1, 12 | all bodies. But others are subsisting ~natures, not residing in 10 1, 12 | raised up to ~know separate subsisting substance, and separate 11 1, 12 | substance, and separate subsisting existence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 13 | not signify any perfect subsisting thing. Therefore no name 13 1, 13 | form is not a complete ~subsisting thing, but rather is that 14 1, 13 | us to signify a complete subsisting thing must ~have a concrete 15 1, 13 | signify a thing not as subsisting, but as ~that whereby a 16 1, 13 | And as God is simple, and subsisting, we ~attribute to Him abstract 17 1, 13 | of themselves, as ~being subsisting forms, if understood as 18 1, 13 | to us to signify simple subsisting natures.~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 1, 13 | cannot comprehend simple subsisting forms, as ~they really are 20 1, 14 | faculties which are not subsisting, but are the acts of organs, 21 1, 14 | cognitive faculties which are subsisting, know themselves; hence 22 1, 16 | it is true that nothing subsisting is greater ~than the rational 23 1, 27 | proceeding therefore proceeds as subsisting in the same nature; and 24 1, 29 | subsistences are so called from subsisting, as ~substance or hypostasis 25 1, 29 | supervene to the ~things subsisting, but gives actual existence 26 1, 29 | form is the ~principle of subsisting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 27 1, 29 | signifies a relation as subsisting. And this is to signify ~ 28 1, 29 | relation is a hypostasis ~subsisting in the divine nature, although 29 1, 30 | signifies in God a relation as subsisting in the divine nature. ~It 30 1, 30 | persons are the several ~subsisting relations really distinct 31 1, 30 | persons. Therefore the ~subsisting paternity is the person 32 1, 30 | person of the Father; and the subsisting ~filiation is the person 33 1, 33 | Among us relation is not a subsisting person. So this name ~"father" 34 1, 33 | by the name "Father" is a subsisting person. ~Hence, as above 35 1, 33 | God ~signifies a relation subsisting in the divine nature.~Aquin.: 36 1, 33 | another by ~procession, as a subsisting person; nor does it belong 37 1, 34 | the Son. For ~the Son is a subsisting person in God. But word 38 1, 34 | word does not signify a ~subsisting thing, as appears in ourselves. 39 1, 37 | Further, the Holy Ghost is a subsisting person, but love is not ~ 40 1, 37 | is not ~used to signify a subsisting person, but rather an action 41 1, 39 | signifies ~relation as subsisting in the divine nature. But 42 1, 39 | person" signifies a being subsisting in an intellectual ~nature. 43 1, 40 | God; since they are ~the subsisting persons themselves, as paternity 44 1, 40 | they are themselves the subsisting persons; as ~paternity is 45 1, 40 | signifies proceeding from a subsisting person, so that ~it presupposes 46 1, 40 | signifies the way to a subsisting person, and as not yet ~ 47 1, 40 | OBJ 1: The persons are the subsisting relations themselves. Hence ~ 48 1, 40 | inasmuch as they are themselves subsisting persons; thus paternity 49 1, 40 | because it is understood as subsisting in a rational ~nature. Hence, 50 1, 40 | but not as ~signifying the subsisting person; for then it would 51 1, 41 | in which the ~forms are subsisting, and not accidental to another, 52 1, 42 | themselves are the persons subsisting in one nature. So, ~neither 53 1, 42 | begetting an unchangeable subsisting God. So we ~understand the 54 1, 43 | is the procession of the ~subsisting love. Others express the 55 1, 44 | shown (Q[11], AA[3],4) that subsisting being must ~be one; as, 56 1, 45 | belongs to composite and subsisting things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 57 1, 45 | belong to composite and ~subsisting things. For in the book, 58 1, 45 | a thing created is not ~subsisting. Therefore creation properly 59 1, 45 | speaking does not belong to ~subsisting and composite things.~Aquin.: 60 1, 45 | But heaven and earth are subsisting composite things. ~Therefore 61 1, 45 | indeed, belongs properly to subsisting things, ~whether they are 62 1, 45 | speaking, created things are subsisting beings. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 63 1, 45 | has ~being, since it is a subsisting form. Therefore an immaterial 64 1, 45 | creature; but only to a subsisting being is the trace ascribed 65 1, 45 | the natural ~body is not subsisting, but is that by which a 66 1, 45 | created belong properly to a subsisting thing ~alone, as shown above ( 67 1, 50 | is," is the form itself subsisting; and ~the existence itself 68 1, 50 | existence ~is not absolutely subsisting, but is limited to some 69 1, 50 | Hence, ~since an angel is a subsisting form, as is clear from what 70 1, 54 | be necessary for it to be subsisting. Now a subsisting act of ~ 71 1, 54 | to be subsisting. Now a subsisting act of ~intelligence can 72 1, 54 | very act of understanding subsisting in ~itself, nor from the 73 1, 56 | intelligible beings there be any subsisting intelligible form, it will ~ 74 1, 56 | angel is immaterial, he is a subsisting ~form; and, consequently, 75 1, 56 | there be any single ~things subsisting without matter, as the angels 76 1, 56 | The angel is himself a subsisting form ~in his natural being; 77 1, 60 | ways; first of all as a subsisting good; and secondly ~as an 78 1, 60 | good. That is loved as a subsisting good, ~which is so loved 79 1, 61 | OBJ 2: Substances that are subsisting forms have no 'formal' cause ~ 80 1, 63 | potentiality, since they are subsisting forms. Therefore there can 81 1, 65 | by, forms immaterially ~subsisting, by a kind of participation. 82 1, 66 | corruptible bodies which remains subsisting beneath ~generation and 83 1, 37 | Further, the Holy Ghost is a subsisting person, but love is not ~ 84 1, 37 | is not ~used to signify a subsisting person, but rather an action 85 1, 39 | signifies ~relation as subsisting in the divine nature. But 86 1, 39 | person" signifies a being subsisting in an intellectual ~nature. 87 1, 40 | God; since they are ~the subsisting persons themselves, as paternity 88 1, 40 | they are themselves the subsisting persons; as ~paternity is 89 1, 40 | signifies proceeding from a subsisting person, so that ~it presupposes 90 1, 40 | signifies the way to a subsisting person, and as not yet ~ 91 1, 40 | OBJ 1: The persons are the subsisting relations themselves. Hence ~ 92 1, 40 | inasmuch as they are themselves subsisting persons; thus paternity 93 1, 40 | because it is understood as subsisting in a rational ~nature. Hence, 94 1, 40 | but not as ~signifying the subsisting person; for then it would 95 1, 41 | in which the ~forms are subsisting, and not accidental to another, 96 1, 42 | themselves are the persons subsisting in one nature. So, ~neither 97 1, 42 | begetting an unchangeable subsisting God. So we ~understand the 98 1, 43 | is the procession of the ~subsisting love. Others express the 99 1, 45 | shown (Q[11], AA[3],4) that subsisting being must ~be one; as, 100 1, 46 | belongs to composite and subsisting things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 101 1, 46 | belong to composite and ~subsisting things. For in the book, 102 1, 46 | a thing created is not ~subsisting. Therefore creation properly 103 1, 46 | speaking does not belong to ~subsisting and composite things.~Aquin.: 104 1, 46 | But heaven and earth are subsisting composite things. ~Therefore 105 1, 46 | indeed, belongs properly to subsisting things, ~whether they are 106 1, 46 | speaking, created things are subsisting beings. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 107 1, 46 | has ~being, since it is a subsisting form. Therefore an immaterial 108 1, 46 | creature; but only to a subsisting being is the trace ascribed 109 1, 46 | the natural ~body is not subsisting, but is that by which a 110 1, 46 | created belong properly to a subsisting thing ~alone, as shown above ( 111 1, 51 | is," is the form itself subsisting; and ~the existence itself 112 1, 51 | existence ~is not absolutely subsisting, but is limited to some 113 1, 51 | Hence, ~since an angel is a subsisting form, as is clear from what 114 1, 55 | be necessary for it to be subsisting. Now a subsisting act of ~ 115 1, 55 | to be subsisting. Now a subsisting act of ~intelligence can 116 1, 55 | very act of understanding subsisting in ~itself, nor from the 117 1, 57 | intelligible beings there be any subsisting intelligible form, it will ~ 118 1, 57 | angel is immaterial, he is a subsisting ~form; and, consequently, 119 1, 57 | there be any single ~things subsisting without matter, as the angels 120 1, 57 | The angel is himself a subsisting form ~in his natural being; 121 1, 61 | ways; first of all as a subsisting good; and secondly ~as an 122 1, 61 | good. That is loved as a subsisting good, ~which is so loved 123 1, 62 | OBJ 2: Substances that are subsisting forms have no 'formal' cause ~ 124 1, 64 | potentiality, since they are subsisting forms. Therefore there can 125 1, 66 | by, forms immaterially ~subsisting, by a kind of participation. 126 1, 67 | corruptible bodies which remains subsisting beneath generation and corruption, 127 1, 83 | sensible things, instead of subsisting in ~themselves without matter, 128 1, 87 | Plato taught that immaterial subsisting forms, which he called ~" 129 1, 89 | has existence; as it were, subsisting in its own existence. Wherefore ~ 130 3, 2 | as there is an individual subsisting in ~flesh and soul; and 131 3, 2 | which is the ~individual subsisting in this nature), because 132 3, 2 | because every individual ~subsisting in a nature would be altogether 133 3, 2 | nature. Now in ~certain subsisting things we happen to find 134 3, 2 | a "suppositum" as it is subsisting. And what is said of a ~ 135 3, 2 | the manner of something subsisting. And because human ~nature 136 3, 2 | subsistence" ~is the same as the subsisting thing, which is proper to 137 3, 2 | Hence though there is one subsisting being in ~Him, yet there 138 3, 3 | will still be ~something subsisting, and consequently a Person, 139 3, 3 | thought the Divine ~Nature as subsisting and as a Person. And in 140 3, 3 | in God is considered as a subsisting suppositum. However, some 141 3, 3 | predicated of the Person subsisting in that ~nature, no matter 142 3, 16 | inasmuch as ~everything subsisting in human nature is a person. 143 3, 16 | Man Christ that the Person subsisting in His human nature is not ~ 144 3, 16 | implies a complete substance subsisting of itself ~and separate 145 3, 17 | the ~personal being of the subsisting hypostasis, this being is 146 3, 17 | Hence being belongs to the subsisting person, ~inasmuch as it 147 3, 19 | person, for it is only ~a subsisting suppositum that operates; 148 3, 19 | Further, as being belongs to a subsisting hypostasis, so also ~does 149 3, 19 | To operate belongs to a subsisting hypostasis; in ~accordance, 150 3, 24 | indeed, in Himself or as subsisting in the Divine Nature, but 151 3, 24 | the Divine Nature, but as ~subsisting in the human nature. Wherefore 152 3, 24 | not always true that one ~subsisting in human nature was the 153 3, 25 | adoration is due to the subsisting ~hypostasis: yet the reason 154 3, 33 | man did not pre-exist, ~as subsisting in itself, before being 155 3, 35 | designates something as ~subsisting, nature designates form, 156 3, 59 | of all the relationship subsisting between Christ's soul ~and 157 3, 77 | immaterial separated forms, subsisting of ~themselves, are also 158 Suppl, 89| separate ~substances are subsisting quiddities without quiddities;


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