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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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middle

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | Further, the essence is the middle term of demonstration. But 2 1, 2 | necessary to accept as a middle term the meaning of the 3 1, 2 | effects, we ~may take for the middle term the meaning of the 4 1, 10 | there are the first, the middle and the last; even in one ~ 5 1, 50 | order there are ~first, middle, and last, as Dionysius 6 1, 53 | everything that passes through a middle space first travels ~along 7 1, 53 | the angel passes through middle space, he must ~reckon infinite 8 1, 53 | without going ~through the middle: for I can think of France 9 1, 53 | without going through ~the middle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 10 1, 53 | text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle is that into which a thing ~ 11 1, 53 | without going through the middle: which ~is evident thus. 12 1, 53 | follow one another without a ~middle, as is proved in Phys. vi, 13 1, 53 | where" in the ~first, in the middle, and in the last "now." 14 1, 54 | extremes be one, then the middle does not differ ~from them; 15 1, 54 | farther from extreme than the middle is. ~But in an angel the 16 1, 55 | necessary to ~pass through the middle. Now the nature of a form 17 1, 58 | the name of day, as the middle between the two extremes. 18 1, 63 | created. But there is a middle time between ~every two 19 1, 63 | true to say that there is a middle time between every ~two 20 1, 69 | of water, which holds the middle ~place, is called the "deep," 21 1, 71 | work of distinction, the middle, or ~second, day is devoted 22 1, 71 | work of adornment, the ~middle day, which is the fifth, 23 1, 74 | highest part, the water, or ~middle part, and the earth, or 24 1, 74 | things, the beginning, the ~middle, and the end. The first 25 1, 74 | adorned on the fourth, the middle part distinguished on the ~ 26 1, 74 | part distinguished on the ~middle day, and adorned on the 27 1, 51 | order there are ~first, middle, and last, as Dionysius 28 1, 54 | everything that passes through a middle space first travels ~along 29 1, 54 | the angel passes through middle space, he must ~reckon infinite 30 1, 54 | without going ~through the middle: for I can think of France 31 1, 54 | without going through ~the middle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 32 1, 54 | text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle is that into which a thing ~ 33 1, 54 | without going through the middle: which ~is evident thus. 34 1, 54 | follow one another without a ~middle, as is proved in Phys. vi, 35 1, 54 | where" in the ~first, in the middle, and in the last "now." 36 1, 55 | extremes be one, then the middle does not differ ~from them; 37 1, 55 | farther from extreme than the middle is. ~But in an angel the 38 1, 56 | necessary to ~pass through the middle. Now the nature of a form 39 1, 59 | the name of day, as the middle between the two extremes. 40 1, 64 | created. But there is a middle time between ~every two 41 1, 64 | true to say that there is a middle time between every ~two 42 1, 70 | of water, which holds the middle ~place, is called the "deep," 43 1, 71 | work of distinction, the middle, or ~second, day is devoted 44 1, 71 | work of adornment, the ~middle day, which is the fifth, 45 1, 73 | highest part, the water, or ~middle part, and the earth, or 46 1, 73 | things, the beginning, the ~middle, and the end. The first 47 1, 73 | adorned on the fourth, the middle part distinguished on the ~ 48 1, 73 | part distinguished on the ~middle day, and adorned on the 49 1, 77 | particular ~organ, namely, the middle part of the head: for it 50 1, 78 | intelligible species is in a middle state, between ~potentiality 51 1, 83 | Para. 3/4~Aristotle chose a middle course. For with Plato he 52 1, 84 | human intellect holds a middle place: for it is not the 53 1, 90 | But brute animals have a middle disposition, for the ~superior 54 1, 101 | the moon - that is, to the middle space of the air, ~where 55 1, 103 | kept in being by God. The middle proposition is ~proved thus. 56 1, 103 | secondary way on all the middle causes. Therefore the ~first 57 1, 103 | is to be referred to the middle causes in a secondary way; 58 1, 103 | all ~the more so, as the middle cause is higher and nearer 59 1, 107 | multitude has a beginning, a ~middle, and an end. So in every 60 1, 107 | namely, to the ~summit, the middle, and the base; and so in 61 1, 107 | are those who are first, middle, ~and last.~Aquin.: SMT 62 1, 107 | first, the "Cherubim" as the middle, the ~"Thrones" as the last; 63 1, 107 | Thrones" as the last; in the middle hierarchy he places the ~" 64 1, 107 | first, the "Virtues" in the middle, the "Powers" ~last; in 65 1, 107 | 1:20,21) enumerates the middle orders, ~beginning from 66 1, 107 | consider ~the end; to the middle one belongs the universal 67 1, 107 | and he places in the middle hierarchy those orders whose 68 1, 107 | Angels." Others ~hold a middle place; and these are the " 69 1, 107 | one ~conclusion by many middle terms. Now it is manifest 70 1, 107 | depends on all the preceding middle terms not only in the ~new 71 1, 107 | forgets any of ~the preceding middle terms he can have opinion 72 1, 107 | as the lowest under the middle hierarchy and the middle ~ 73 1, 107 | middle hierarchy and the middle ~beneath the first. But 74 1, 107 | never ~transferred into the middle, or the first. Therefore 75 1, 109 | bodies. Avicenna followed a ~middle course. For he agreed with 76 1, 112 | order ~there are first, middle, and last. It is, however, 77 2, 5 | without surmounting the middle. Since, ~therefore, the 78 2, 8 | thing ~passes through the middle space, and arrives at the 79 2, 8 | the ~means are a kind of middle space, through which one 80 2, 8 | which tends ~through the middle space to the terminus. But 81 2, 8 | comparison ~to the end, as the middle space is to the terminus. 82 2, 8 | work, the means are as the middle ~space, and the end, as 83 2, 8 | sometimes stops in the middle and does not reach the terminus; 84 2, 13 | immobility ~of the earth in the middle of the world. Now, if that 85 2, 18 | there are certain deeds of a middle kind, which can be done 86 2, 64 | Likewise faith holds a middle course between ~contrary 87 2, 64 | like manner faith ~holds a middle course between contrary 88 2, 64 | human opinion itself takes a middle position between contrary ~ 89 2, 67 | principles: while faith holds a middle ~place, for it surpasses 90 2, 70 | respect to its beginning, its middle, and its end.~Aquin.: SMT 91 2, 79 | which proceeds from the middle cause, according ~as it 92 2, 79 | but if it proceed from the middle cause, according as it goes 93 2, 85 | is to be considered as a middle term between two ~others: 94 2, 89 | three, the beginning, the middle, the end." ~Accordingly 95 2, 102 | table was not placed in the ~middle directly in front of the 96 2, 103 | and deadly. The third is a middle period, viz. from the Passion 97 2, 113 | contraries; for there is the middle state of ~innocence wherein 98 2, 23 | three - the beginning, ~the middle, and the end, as the Philosopher 99 2, 31 | is to ~pass through the middle space. Now Our Lord wished 100 2, 34 | beginning, something by way of middle, and something by way of 101 2, 34 | have "detraction." The middle consists in the fact that 102 2, 46 | quick conjecture of the middle term," as stated in Poster. 103 2, 47 | consists in easily finding the middle term for demonstrations, ~ 104 2, 47 | conjecture in finding the middle term" (Poster. i, ~34). 105 2, 47 | with the discovery of the middle ~term not only in demonstrative, 106 2, 49 | employing an unsuitable middle term. Hence both the aforesaid ~ 107 2, 68 | elements, the beginning, the middle and the end. ~Wherefore, 108 2, 102 | goods of the body take the middle place, and the ~highest 109 2, 127 | and unassuming towards the middle ~class." In the fourth place, 110 2, 162 | the ~extreme heat in the middle zone by reason of the nighness 111 2, 170 | lowest things are directed by middle things. Now the ~angels 112 2, 170 | Now the ~angels hold a middle position between God and 113 2, 173 | second to the angels of the middle hierarchy, the ~third to 114 2, 178 | rapture, ~whereby he was in a middle state between the present 115 2, 181 | converted, the beginning, the middle, and the perfection"; and ~( 116 2, 181 | distinguish a beginning, a middle, and a ~term; and consequently 117 2, 181 | state of beginners - the middle, to which pertains the ~ 118 3, 26 | says that they do occupy a middle place, because, in ~the 119 3, 31 | omits three ~kings in the middle thereof.~Aquin.: SMT TP 120 3, 33 | age was of becoming and middle stature: in proportion to ~ 121 3, 44 | together with the sun, in the middle of the heavens, in ~the 122 3, 51 | that Christ rose in the middle of the night, not that night 123 3, 53 | as ~having "beginning, middle, and end," as is said in 124 3, 57 | place except through the middle space, ~it seems that Christ 125 3, 60 | at the beginning, in the middle, or ~at the end: For instance, 126 3, 65 | while Confirmation holds a middle place. The sacraments of 127 Suppl, 34| reduced and perfected by middle things, and middle ~things 128 Suppl, 34| perfected by middle things, and middle ~things by the first, as 129 Suppl, 35| to one another, ~as the middle presupposes the first, so 130 Suppl, 35| the last presuppose the ~middle. Now the character of Confirmation 131 Suppl, 35| Confirmation as being in the middle.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 132 Suppl, 35| OBJ 1: In this case the middle does not stand in the same 133 Suppl, 35| last as the first to the middle, because the character of 134 Suppl, 50| between these there is no middle term, ~since they are opposed 135 Suppl, 50| marriage, placing a person in a middle ~position between those 136 Suppl, 50| somewhat against the law is a middle ~term. For this reason certain 137 Suppl, 50| reason certain persons hold a middle place between those ~who 138 Suppl, 72| according to ~him, is the middle order of the middle hierarchy, 139 Suppl, 72| the middle order of the middle hierarchy, but according 140 Suppl, 72| xi), it belongs to the ~middle hierarchy - is not limited 141 Suppl, 72| is situated towards the middle of the place of generation. 142 Suppl, 72| the earth as far as the middle ~of the air: wherefore the 143 Suppl, 84| Hence we may choose a ~middle way, by holding that they 144 Suppl, 93| index ~finger above the middle joint of the thumb, so that 145 Suppl, 93| all, namely of beginning, middle, and end. ~Wherefore the 146 Suppl, 94| as the ~heart is in the middle of an animal, so is hell 147 Suppl, 94| hell supposed to be in the ~middle of the earth.~Aquin.: SMT 148 Suppl, 94| according to him, in the middle of the whole world: and


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