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whit 1
white 219
white-musical 1
whiteness 149
whitenesses 4
whitening 1
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149 individuals
149 presumption
149 sensuality
149 whiteness
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148 commands
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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whiteness

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | bones, this blackness or ~whiteness, etc., are not included 2 1, 3 | to heat added to it, as whiteness, nevertheless ~absolute 3 1, 4 | that sweetness is like ~whiteness. But no creature is in the 4 1, 4 | are said to be alike in whiteness; and this is the ~most perfect 5 1, 5 | constituting others good: thus whiteness is not said to be a ~being 6 1, 7 | thing as a self-subsisting whiteness, the very ~fact that it 7 1, 7 | distinct from ~every other whiteness existing in a subject.~Aquin.: 8 1, 8 | quantity; as an example, whiteness is whole in each part of ~ 9 1, 8 | if a man has white teeth, whiteness belongs primarily not ~to 10 1, 9 | part; as what is moved from whiteness to blackness, remains the 11 1, 11 | forms, as of sight, or of whiteness and the like. And what ~ 12 1, 13 | thing is; as, for instance, whiteness signifies that ~whereby 13 1, 13 | lordship, as white from whiteness. Therefore if the relation 14 1, 13 | themselves, such as heat, ~cold, whiteness and the like, are not named 15 1, 13 | one thing, ~and that of whiteness is another. The same applies 16 1, 29 | substance; since this particular whiteness is called "this," because 17 1, 30 | distinguished from each other, as whiteness and ~sweetness; on the other 18 1, 30 | blackness ~is excluded by whiteness; nevertheless, the term 19 1, 30 | nevertheless, the term whiteness does not ~signify the mere 20 1, 37 | its forms, as "white" from whiteness, and "man" ~from humanity; 21 1, 41 | could be but one ~subsistent whiteness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 22 1, 44 | man can be found ~without whiteness. But the relation of the 23 1, 44 | being must ~be one; as, if whiteness were self-subsisting, it 24 1, 44 | it would be one, since ~whiteness is multiplied by its recipients. 25 1, 44 | being; for instance, man ~by whiteness. Each of these opinions, 26 1, 45 | something is by them; as whiteness is called ~a being, inasmuch 27 1, 48 | formally, as when we say that whiteness makes white; and in that 28 1, 48 | Further, the subject of whiteness is called white. Therefore 29 1, 50 | to say, for example, that whiteness ~existing separate is infinite 30 1, 50 | as regards the nature of whiteness, ~forasmuch as it is not 31 1, 53 | disposition), for ~instance, in whiteness, is to be in it in every 32 1, 59 | sight perceives color ~and whiteness. But the good and the true 33 1, 67 | opposed to heat, blackness to whiteness. But this is not the case 34 1, 75 | thus, supposing a separate whiteness to exist, it could only 35 1, 75 | be ~one; forasmuch as one whiteness does not differ from another 36 1, 76 | whole and its parts; as whiteness, as far as its essence is ~ 37 1, 76 | surface being divided, the ~whiteness is accidentally divided. 38 1, 76 | asked whether the whole whiteness is in the whole ~surface 39 1, 76 | quantitative totality which whiteness has accidentally, then the ~ 40 1, 76 | accidentally, then the ~whole whiteness is not in each part of the 41 1, 76 | totality of power: since the whiteness which is in the whole ~surface 42 1, 76 | the sight more than the whiteness which is in a small part ~ 43 1, 76 | essence, then the whole ~whiteness is in each part of a surface.~ 44 1, 37 | its forms, as "white" from whiteness, and "man" ~from humanity; 45 1, 41 | could be but one ~subsistent whiteness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 46 1, 45 | man can be found without whiteness. But the relation of the 47 1, 45 | being must ~be one; as, if whiteness were self-subsisting, it 48 1, 45 | it would be one, since ~whiteness is multiplied by its recipients. 49 1, 45 | being; for instance, man ~by whiteness. Each of these opinions, 50 1, 46 | something is by them; as whiteness is called ~a being, inasmuch 51 1, 49 | formally, as when we say that whiteness makes white; and in that 52 1, 49 | Further, the subject of whiteness is called white. Therefore 53 1, 51 | to say, for example, that whiteness ~existing separate is infinite 54 1, 51 | as regards the nature of whiteness, ~forasmuch as it is not 55 1, 54 | disposition), for ~instance, in whiteness, is to be in it in every 56 1, 60 | sight perceives color ~and whiteness. But the good and the true 57 1, 68 | opposed to heat, blackness to whiteness. But this is not the case 58 1, 74 | thus, supposing a separate whiteness to exist, it could only 59 1, 74 | be ~one; forasmuch as one whiteness does not differ from another 60 1, 75 | whole and its parts; as whiteness, as far as its essence is ~ 61 1, 75 | surface being divided, the ~whiteness is accidentally divided. 62 1, 75 | asked whether the whole whiteness is in the whole ~surface 63 1, 75 | quantitative totality which whiteness has accidentally, then the ~ 64 1, 75 | accidentally, then the ~whole whiteness is not in each part of the 65 1, 75 | totality of power: since the whiteness which is in the whole ~surface 66 1, 75 | the sight more than the whiteness which is in a small part ~ 67 1, 75 | essence, then the whole ~whiteness is in each part of a surface.~ 68 1, 77 | by a small surface: since whiteness itself is ~said to be great 69 1, 83 | another: ~for instance, whiteness may be of great intensity 70 1, 83 | another: in one we find whiteness with sweetness, in another ~ 71 1, 84 | not imply that "man" and "whiteness" ~are identical, but the 72 1, 84 | man ~is something having whiteness": and the subject, which 73 1, 84 | identified with a subject having whiteness. It is the same with the ~ 74 1, 89 | called a being; for instance, whiteness is called a being, because 75 1, 92 | image of that thing; for ~whiteness is an accident belonging 76 1, 117 | frothy, as is attested by its whiteness. In ~which spirit, moreover, 77 2, 4 | white, can ~retain their whiteness, even after extraction. ~ 78 2, 7 | being in that thing: thus, whiteness is said to be an ~accident 79 2, 7 | the same subject: thus, whiteness is an accident of the art 80 2, 7 | relation to one ~another; as whiteness and the art of music in 81 2, 18 | white; but blackness or whiteness ~is superadded to man by 82 2, 18 | species: thus by differing in ~whiteness through being more or less 83 2, 27 | possessing the quality of whiteness are said to be ~alike. Another 84 2, 27 | white men are one thing ~in whiteness. Hence the affections of 85 2, 35 | pleasure. ~Because, just as whiteness and blackness are contrary 86 2, 35 | the soul's passions. But ~whiteness and blackness are universally 87 2, 35 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Whiteness and blackness do not take 88 2, 46 | when we ~understand that whiteness is in a man. Consequently 89 2, 52 | nor less. Such are heat, whiteness or ~other like qualities 90 2, 52 | except by the addition of ~whiteness. Therefore that which is 91 2, 52 | white, except by an added whiteness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] A[ 92 2, 52 | possessing the form of whiteness: hence the agent causes 93 2, 53 | terminates in the subject: for ~"whiteness is that whereby a thing 94 2, 53 | is "something that has whiteness." Accordingly in defining ~ 95 2, 53 | white is not ~ascribed to whiteness but to a white thing. The 96 2, 53 | cessation from act: for whiteness is not lessened through 97 2, 55 | be good, as neither ~is whiteness white. It is therefore unsuitable 98 2, 55 | with specific forms, as whiteness and health; for ~everything 99 2, 67 | difference ~constituting whiteness, the substance of color 100 2, 67 | color were at one time ~whiteness, and, at another, blackness. 101 2, 67 | perfected by growth, and whiteness by intensity. Now charity 102 2, 85 | sense as when we say that whiteness ~makes a thing white. In 103 2, 110 | manner of a formal ~cause, as whiteness makes a thing white, and 104 2, 111 | efficiently, but formally, as whiteness makes a ~surface white.~ 105 2, 113 | less, e.g. blackness or ~whiteness, is received successively 106 2, 18 | term, ~for movement from whiteness is not specifically the 107 2, 18 | same as movement ~towards whiteness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 108 2, 23 | distinction of subjects: thus whiteness receives an increase when 109 2, 23 | be passed, either so that whiteness ensues, or so that ~blackness 110 2, 182 | thing externally, ~such as whiteness or blackness or something 111 3, 1 | intensively," as a more intense whiteness is said to be greater, and 112 3, 1 | greater "extensively," as whiteness on a greater ~superficies 113 3, 2 | but it is not so with ~whiteness, for the being of whiteness 114 3, 2 | whiteness, for the being of whiteness is other than the being 115 3, 2 | the being of man to ~which whiteness comes. But the Word of God 116 3, 7 | may say that some man has whiteness ~fully, because he has as 117 3, 16 | predicated ~absolutely, for whiteness or greatness cannot newly 118 3, 16 | unless it be newly changed to whiteness or greatness. But whatever 119 3, 17 | something is by it; as by whiteness a ~thing is white, and by 120 3, 35 | teeth are the subject of whiteness. But human ~nature can nowise 121 3, 45 | Brightness of face and whiteness of garments argue not a ~ 122 3, 75 | never becomes the ~other, as whiteness never becomes blackness, 123 3, 75 | former: for the subject of ~whiteness, in which there is potentiality 124 3, 75 | of the white thing; since whiteness is not a part thereof; ~ 125 3, 76 | sight after ~the manner of whiteness, and not after that of sweetness. 126 3, 76 | can be moved as to its ~whiteness, and yet continue unmoved 127 3, 77 | snow is "white" ~through whiteness. But after the consecration 128 3, 77 | not in ~several, as this whiteness, which is in this body. 129 3, 77 | thus a line is not made of whiteness. But accident and ~substance 130 3, 85 | opposite vice, just as whiteness removes blackness from the 131 Suppl, 54| 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Even as whiteness is said to be greater in 132 Suppl, 72| it would not follow ~that whiteness or existence in some particular 133 Suppl, 73| man beget a white man, the whiteness of the begetter is not the 134 Suppl, 73| generation, and yet the whiteness of the begetter is said 135 Suppl, 73| to be ~the cause of the whiteness of the begotten, because 136 Suppl, 73| because the principles of ~whiteness in the begetter are the 137 Suppl, 73| generative principles causing whiteness ~in the begotten. In this 138 Suppl, 75| moved from blackness to whiteness and ~to pallor.~Aquin.: 139 Suppl, 79| receives the ~species of whiteness and yet does not itself 140 Suppl, 80| they cannot have the same whiteness. Therefore A and B ~are 141 Suppl, 81| resists black by reason of whiteness, and ~all the more according 142 Suppl, 81| all the more according as whiteness is the more distant from 143 Suppl, 83| just as the likeness of whiteness is received into the ~air 144 Suppl, 83| patient spiritually: thus whiteness is materially on the wall ~ 145 Suppl, 89| subject that has little whiteness in comparison ~with one 146 Suppl, 89| such is the ~likeness of whiteness to man, in that each is 147 Suppl, 89| order that the sight know whiteness, it is ~necessary for it 148 Suppl, 89| receive the likeness of whiteness according to its ~specific 149 Suppl, 89| would not be said to see whiteness. In ~like manner in order


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