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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Q[2], A[3]) that ~God is pure act, without any potentiality. 2 1, 9 | this first being must be pure act, ~without the admixture 3 1, 9 | created ~substances are pure from generation and from 4 1, 12 | is actual, ~God, Who is pure act without any admixture 5 1, 12 | Nom. iv): "An angel is a ~pure mirror, most clear, receiving, 6 1, 12 | who willest that only the pure should know truth.' For 7 1, 12 | answered ~that many who are not pure can know many truths," i.e. 8 1, 13 | of idea is a mean between pure equivocation and simple ~ 9 1, 14 | habit; but ~substance and pure act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] 10 1, 14 | of potentiality, but is pure act, ~His intellect and 11 1, 14 | intellectual faculty. But God ~is a pure act in the order of existence, 12 1, 14 | altogether unlike ~God, Who is pure act. Therefore God cannot 13 1, 25 | AA[1], 2), that God is pure act, simply and in ~all 14 1, 44 | actual, still it is not pure act. Hence it is necessary 15 1, 48 | is neither a habit nor a pure negation, but a ~privation.~ 16 1, 49 | the supreme good, who is pure act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 17 1, 50 | So what is form only is pure act. But an ~angel is not 18 1, 50 | act. But an ~angel is not pure act, for this belongs to 19 1, 50 | 4]). Hence God alone is pure ~act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] 20 1, 54 | anything which is not a pure ~act, but which has some 21 1, 54 | potentiality. But God alone is ~pure act. Hence only in God is 22 1, 54 | A simple form which is pure act cannot be the subject 23 1, 57 | mysteries depend upon the pure will of God: ~and if an 24 1, 58 | in the angel, for he is a pure and most clear mirror, as 25 1, 62 | will, ~that is, with the pure love wherewith they cling 26 1, 66 | would be corruption, not pure and simple, but ~partial, 27 1, 75 | and is a form only, is a pure act, ~and is infinite. But 28 1, 75 | is His own existence, is pure act ~and infinite. But in 29 1, 77 | verified in God, Who is the Pure Act; in treating of ~which 30 1, 45 | actual, still it is not pure act. Hence it is necessary 31 1, 49 | is neither a habit nor a pure negation, but a ~privation.~ 32 1, 50 | the supreme good, who is pure act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 33 1, 51 | So what is form only is pure act. But an ~angel is not 34 1, 51 | act. But an ~angel is not pure act, for this belongs to 35 1, 51 | 4]). Hence God alone is pure ~act.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] 36 1, 55 | anything which is not a pure ~act, but which has some 37 1, 55 | potentiality. But God alone is ~pure act. Hence only in God is 38 1, 55 | A simple form which is pure act cannot be the subject 39 1, 58 | mysteries depend upon the pure will of God: ~and if an 40 1, 59 | in the angel, for he is a pure and most clear mirror, as 41 1, 63 | will, ~that is, with the pure love wherewith they cling 42 1, 67 | would be corruption, not pure and simple, but ~partial, 43 1, 74 | and is a form only, is a pure act, ~and is infinite. But 44 1, 74 | is His own existence, is pure act ~and infinite. But in 45 1, 76 | verified in God, Who is the Pure Act; in treating of ~which 46 1, 78 | in potentiality, but is pure act. ~But no created intellect 47 1, 78 | first intellect, which is pure act, as we ~have said above. 48 1, 83 | those ~that are holy and pure," such as the souls of the 49 1, 86 | the Essence of God, the pure and perfect act, is ~simply 50 1, 86 | as "act," but not as ~a "pure act," nor as a "complete 51 1, 89 | Therefore the soul is a pure act; which ~applies to God 52 1, 89 | Divine Nature, Which is a pure act - receives ~nothing 53 1, 89 | Therefore it is not a pure act like God.~Aquin.: SMT 54 1, 89 | material, since it is not a pure act. Therefore the ~soul 55 1, 90 | it is not fitting that a pure ~form, not existing in matter, 56 1, 101 | brightness of a temperate, pure, and ~exquisite atmosphere, 57 1, 114 | primary matter, which is a pure ~potentiality, just as God 58 1, 114 | potentiality, just as God is pure act. Now a body is composed 59 1, 114 | way active, since it is a pure potentiality.~Aquin.: SMT 60 1, 116 | of the human ~soul is in pure potentiality to intelligible ( 61 2, 5 | consists in seeing God, Who is pure ~Truth. But from his very 62 2, 5 | every ~created nature, no pure creature can becomingly 63 2, 10 | But God's will, ~which is pure act, is always in the act 64 2, 50 | for it is midway between pure potentiality and perfect 65 2, 50 | potentiality in them (for to be pure act ~belongs to God alone), 66 2, 50 | angelic intellect is not as a pure potentiality in the order 67 2, 50 | as an act; not indeed as pure act (for this ~belongs to 68 2, 50 | potentiality in regard to that Pure Act. Wherefore ~Dionysius 69 2, 54 | difference of habits ~is not a pure privation, but something 70 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 2: Sin is not a pure privation but an act deprived 71 2, 73 | For there is a simple ~and pure privation, which consists, 72 2, 73 | sin as though it were a pure ~privation.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 81 | receive God ~unless it be pure, according to Ps. 92:5: " 74 2, 82 | Consequently it is not a pure privation, but a corrupt 75 2, 86 | something ~positive, or a pure privation. If it be something 76 2, 86 | Again, neither is it ~a pure privation. Because all sins 77 2, 86 | soul, nor ~does it denote a pure privation: it denotes a 78 2, 102 | s body composed of most pure ~members. More over it was 79 2, 102 | denoted by ~the breeches; a pure life, signified by the linen 80 2, 109 | bodily senses, however pure, cannot see any visible 81 2, 10 | two ways: first, by way of pure ~negation, so that a man 82 2, 10 | however, we take it by way of pure negation, as we find it 83 2, 10 | takes unbelief as denoting a pure negation.~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 16 | commandment is charity from a pure heart, and a good conscience," 85 2, 23 | commandment is charity from a pure heart, and a good conscience, 86 2, 23 | charity proceeds from "a pure ~heart, and a good conscience, 87 2, 42 | commandment is charity from a ~pure heart, and a good conscience, 88 2, 44 | fatuity" is opposed to it as a pure negation: since the fatuous 89 2, 52 | a humble mind and out of pure love, cleanses man not only 90 2, 77 | justice, does ~not denote a pure negation, viz."not to do 91 2, 81 | whereby blessed are the ~pure in heart, let us pray lest 92 2, 81 | to be heard, but out of pure mercy [*Cf. A[15], ad 1], 93 2, 92 | namely, ~the service of a pure mind, should be offered" [* 94 2, 121 | man's mind with a holy and pure delight." ~Now the brave 95 2, 136 | since lack of pleasure is a pure privation. Wherefore, ~according 96 2, 145 | partakes of food, consists in a pure negation, ~wherefore it 97 2, 166 | other ~hand sedate, steady, pure, and free from blemish." 98 2, 180 | have the mind ~naturally pure and restful, so that they 99 2, 182 | account of ~their rendering pure service and homage to God; 100 2, 184 | reason of their rendering pure service and subjection ~ 101 2, 186 | reason of their rendering pure service and subjection ~ 102 2, 186 | they have adhered with a pure mind. To some ~they seem 103 3, 2 | itself, but is the object of pure thought," as Damascene says ( 104 3, 2 | nature as it exists in the pure thought of the intellect, ~ 105 3, 4 | a nature which exists in pure thought; for this ~would 106 3, 4 | individuals is ~"taken to be a pure conception, since it does 107 3, 11 | But the medium between a pure power ~and a completed act 108 3, 15 | seem that Christ was a ~pure comprehensor and nowise 109 3, 31 | certain secretion of the pure blood which by a process ~ 110 3, 31 | being, as it were, more pure ~and more perfect than the 111 3, 31 | the rest of his flesh, as pure from impure; as already 112 3, 35 | conceiving thou wast all ~pure, in giving birth thou wast 113 3, 38 | by the touch ~of His most pure flesh" [*Mag. Sent. iv, 114 3, 38 | by the ~touch of His most pure flesh He endowed the waters 115 3, 42 | a candle," i.e. true and pure doctrine, "come in ~to be 116 3, 51 | who receives Him with a pure soul." Hence, as Bede says 117 3, 57 | which are in a state of pure nature, as is seen from 118 3, 62 | the contact of His most pure body."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 119 3, 66 | the touch of His most ~pure flesh, endowed the waters 120 3, 66 | Baptism. Therefore plain and pure water is not necessary for ~ 121 3, 66 | of ~the water. Therefore pure and plain water is not necessary 122 3, 66 | water, seemingly, was not pure, because the elements do 123 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that pure ~or plain water is not necessary 124 3, 66 | lye does not seem to be pure water, for it has the ~properties 125 3, 66 | therefore, such waters are not pure and plain water, it ~seems 126 3, 66 | plain water, it ~seems that pure and plain water is not necessary 127 3, 66 | nature of water. Therefore pure ~plain water is necessary 128 3, 66 | that, Water may cease to be pure or plain water in two ways: ~ 129 3, 66 | extracted from plants. It was pure ~water gushing forth miraculously 130 3, 82 | altar with clean heart and pure ~hands; but it is graver 131 3, 83 | the cross at the words, "a pure Victim, a holy Victim, a ~ 132 Suppl, 9 | confession:~Simple, humble, pure, faithful,~Frequent, undisguised, 133 Suppl, 9 | 2: Further, a thing is "pure" when it is not mixed with 134 Suppl, 9 | confession is said to be "pure," i.e. with a right intention. 135 Suppl, 9 | Reply OBJ 2: The condition "pure" excludes perversity of 136 Suppl, 40| alb," which signifies ~a pure life, and the "girdle," 137 Suppl, 69| impossible for evil to be pure and without the ~admixture 138 Suppl, 71| purified there, and being pure may come to the kingdom. 139 Suppl, 72| has recourse to him with pure devotion. ~Hence it is not 140 Suppl, 72| fire as ~existing in its pure state. But in so far as 141 Suppl, 72| the angels, and is more pure, as being separated from 142 Suppl, 75| bodies will be dissolved into pure elements.~Aquin.: SMT XP 143 Suppl, 81| term, the other ~being a pure privation, since between 144 Suppl, 89| since the ~Divine essence is pure act, it will be possible 145 Suppl, 89| intelligibility, since it is pure act without any admixture 146 Suppl, 89| is said: Blessed are the pure in heart."~Aquin.: SMT XP 147 Suppl, 94| the elements, whatever is pure and noble remaining above ~ 148 Suppl, 95| aspect of ~good, but is pure privation of good. Secondly,


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