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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 14 | caused by their different position. Hence it is that this kind 2 1, 17 | intellect is in the same position as ~regards judging of such 3 1, 33 | the Son of God possesses a position of singularity above ~others, 4 1, 52 | place is a "quantity having position." But everything ~which 5 1, 52 | which is in a place has some position. Now to have a position 6 1, 52 | position. Now to have a position cannot ~benefit an angel, 7 1, 52 | difference of which is to have a position. Therefore an angel is not 8 1, 65 | of unbelievers." But this position is altogether ~untenable. 9 1, 65 | their turning away. But this position is erroneous. In the first 10 1, 65 | corporeal creatures. But this position is untenable, since ~the 11 1, 53 | place is a "quantity having position." But everything ~which 12 1, 53 | which is in a place has some position. Now to have a position 13 1, 53 | position. Now to have a position cannot ~benefit an angel, 14 1, 53 | difference of which is to have a position. Therefore an angel is not 15 1, 66 | of unbelievers." But this position is altogether ~untenable. 16 1, 66 | their turning away. But this position is erroneous. In the first 17 1, 66 | corporeal creatures. But this position is untenable, since ~the 18 1, 80 | only to rise from a lower ~position, which is unsuitable to 19 1, 80 | to it, towards a higher position which is ~suitable, but 20 1, 95 | Now in man reason has the position of a master and not ~of 21 1, 101 | not ~remain long in that position. However, Aristotle distinctly 22 1, 107 | more akin as regards ~their position than any other two white 23 1, 115 | a ~certain force in the position of the stars. Hence Augustine 24 2, 13 | things the end stands in the ~position of a principle, not of a 25 2, 13 | bishopric or some high ~position in the state, he chooses 26 2, 14 | be done first, ~holds the position of an ultimate conclusion 27 2, 17 | a ~lower power is in the position of matter in regard to the 28 2, 27 | another in attaining the position they covet.~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 47 | just as the higher a man's position is, the more undeservedly 30 2, 49 | belongs to ~the predicament Position. Therefore habit is not 31 2, 49 | belongs to the ~predicament "Position," which is the order of 32 2, 64 | of ~reason, it holds the position of one extreme, viz. conformity; 33 2, 64 | excess and defect take the position of the other extreme, viz. 34 2, 64 | matter, then it holds ~the position of mean, in so far as it 35 2, 64 | opinion itself takes a middle position between contrary ~opinions, 36 2, 71 | to good habit. ~Now the position of a habit in the soul is 37 2, 73 | ensues?~(9) Whether on the position of the person sinned against? ~( 38 2, 73 | his lands, his house, his ~position in the republic." Thirdly, 39 2, 73 | chiefly on account of his position or knowledge, according 40 2, 73 | grievous by reason of his position ~and knowledge. But, apparently, 41 2, 73 | sinner is honored for his position": and the sins of ~the great 42 2, 83 | original sin, holds the ~position of matter and effect, as 43 2, 86 | body remains in the same position and relation as regards 44 2, 90 | something that holds the same position in regard to operations, ~ 45 2, 100 | prohibition holds a later position in the order of ~reason.~ 46 2, 104 | matters, holds the same ~position, in man, with regard to 47 2, 23 | distinguishable in respect of position or number, and in this way 48 2, 30 | necessities of a person in position] taking the ~word "person" 49 2, 30 | in ~keeping with his own position. Accordingly it is good 50 2, 31 | but also those of high position, refrain from ~reproving 51 2, 31 | who, being in the higher position among you, ~is therefore 52 2, 31 | who, "being in the higher ~position among you, is therefore 53 2, 31 | Church, i.e. as ~holding the position of judge.~ 54 2, 50 | gifts of the Holy Ghost, the position ~of the human mind is of 55 2, 59 | to the ~importance of the position of that part in respect 56 2, 59 | he holds a more prominent position in the ~community. This 57 2, 61 | but not to be chosen for a position of ecclesiastical authority: ~ 58 2, 61 | is less good for a higher position. Therefore respect of persons 59 2, 61 | promotion of a ~rich man to a position of honor in the Church, 60 2, 61 | their occupying a ~higher position in the community: but if 61 2, 66 | accusation, the accuser is in the position ~of a party, so that the 62 2, 66 | accusation, the accuser holds the position of a party aiming at ~the 63 2, 69 | united to him, or in a better position to help him, ~one is not 64 2, 81 | becoming to their exalted position that they should ~know the 65 2, 82 | some definite place and position. Hence a definite place 66 2, 93 | future by observing the ~position and movements of the stars, 67 2, 93 | they would change their position, a ~centurion happened to 68 2, 93 | intellect and sense, with which position Aristotle ~reproaches (De 69 2, 96 | since ~they are in the position of active principle, as 70 2, 98 | since the higher a man's position the more grievous is his ~ 71 2, 100 | to those that are in a ~position of dignity, so also are 72 2, 100 | towards those who are in a position ~of dignity, the fulfilment 73 2, 100 | while a person who is in a ~position of dignity is as a principle 74 2, 100 | very fact of being in a position of dignity a man ~not only 75 2, 100 | only excels as regards his position, but also has a certain 76 2, 100 | who make good use of their position of ~dignity, as neither 77 2, 100 | Wherefore, a ~person in a position of dignity is an object 78 2, 100 | he obtains excellence of position, together with a ~certain 79 2, 101 | those ~who are in a higher position; (2) obedience, whereby 80 2, 101 | only who are in a higher position?~(3) Whether dulia, which 81 2, 106 | keeping with his ~rank and position does not usurp what belongs 82 2, 108 | that ~they are placed in a position to safeguard the truth: 83 2, 129 | due to those who are in a position of dignity, on ~account 84 2, 129 | inordinate desire for a position of dignity, not for ~the 85 2, 150 | the third stands in the position of form and complement, 86 2, 150 | expenditure, were he ~in a position to do so: or again as a 87 2, 154 | end, which holds the ~same position as the principle in demonstrations. 88 2, 159 | to him ~according to the position in which God has placed 89 2, 165 | charity and the duty of one's position. ~This is praiseworthy, 90 2, 167 | Those who are placed in a position of dignity, or again the ~ 91 2, 169 | 3~On the other hand, his position with regard to the things 92 2, 170 | the ~angels hold a middle position between God and men, in 93 2, 180 | prelates, who are ~placed in a position of honor and power; wherefore 94 2, 181 | speaking, denotes a kind of position, ~whereby a thing is disposed 95 2, 181 | stand, however upright their position be, unless they be still.~ 96 2, 182 | vi), bishops are in the position ~of "perfecters," whereas 97 2, 182 | whereas religious are in the position of being ~"perfected"; the 98 2, 186 | the bishop stands in the ~position of agent, and the religious 99 3, 4 | something which is one by position or order, ~whereof very 100 3, 5 | wounded." ~Thirdly, this position is against the truth of 101 3, 5 | supplied its place." But this position is refuted by the same ~ 102 3, 24 | so ~lofty, so exalted a position, that it would be impossible 103 3, 36 | heaven do not ~change their position. Wherefore there is no comparison.~ 104 3, 51 | He was buried by men of ~position - namely, by Joseph of Arimathea, 105 3, 58 | are differences of bodily position. ~But nothing corporeal 106 3, 67 | Now the bishops hold the position of princes in the ~Church, 107 3, 67 | seems to hold rather the position of father. But this is ~ 108 3, 67 | anyone is admitted to this position, because the ~things pertaining 109 3, 75 | 4~Secondly, because this position is contrary to the form 110 3, 76 | it to be "quantity having position" (Predic. iv). But it belongs 111 3, 77 | same species, differing in position, ~which is included in the 112 3, 77 | it to be "quantity having position" (Aristotle, Categor. ~iv), 113 3, 77 | this ~sense the aforesaid position might be held.~Aquin.: SMT 114 3, 89 | return to his honorable position": and ~moreover we read 115 3, 89 | clerics, so far as their position allows, should be corrected 116 3, 90 | some are only related as to position, whether in sequence as ~ 117 3, 90 | but not in the order of ~position, since they do not occupy 118 Suppl, 36| as they ~are in a higher position.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 119 Suppl, 39| pre-eminence, so ~does a position of authority as well as 120 Suppl, 39| ordained are placed in a position of ~dignity over others. 121 Suppl, 50| placing a person in a middle ~position between those who are lawful 122 Suppl, 51| low rank, or dignity of position and the lack ~thereof. Now 123 Suppl, 51| about a person's rank or position amounts ~to an error about 124 Suppl, 53| is always in the stronger position. In ~this respect a simple 125 Suppl, 53| consummated he is still in a position to fulfill ~the vow of continence. 126 Suppl, 74| stars will be in the same ~position as they occupy now at any 127 Suppl, 76| brought back to the same position. Neither therefore is ~it 128 Suppl, 76| no change except in the position of the parts: and ~change 129 Suppl, 76| the parts: and ~change of position of parts does not change 130 Suppl, 76| change ~not only in the position of parts, but also in their 131 Suppl, 76| parts ~will retain their position at the resurrection, especially 132 Suppl, 76| Reply OBJ 2: A change in the position of the parts of matter does 133 Suppl, 77| restored to the same ~shape and position, all the parts flow back 134 Suppl, 77| dependent on quantity, shape, position and order of ~parts, but 135 Suppl, 77| occupies another place and position in the body, and is under 136 Suppl, 77| occupy another place or position in the body than that which ~ 137 Suppl, 77| especially when definite position of parts belongs to the ~ 138 Suppl, 81| such and such a place ~or position. For just as white resists 139 Suppl, 81| being in some place or ~position, except one deprive it of 140 Suppl, 81| it ~requires a place or position: wherefore so long as it 141 Suppl, 88| to act. ~Now in whatever position the heavenly body is placed 142 Suppl, 88| potentiality to another position. Therefore unless this potentiality 143 Suppl, 88| Therefore either neither position is ~ascribed to the sun, 144 Suppl, 88| must needs stand in some position. Therefore the solar body 145 Suppl, 88| from ~astronomers in what position the heavenly bodies were 146 Suppl, 88| them to return to a like ~position: whereas the time of the


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