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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mixed

    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | hence they have potentiality mixed with actuality. But magnitude 2 1, 17 | composition of the intellect is mixed up in it. This can ~take 3 1, 47 | things by extracting what is ~mixed up in matter.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 47 | arranged in degrees; as the mixed things are more perfect 5 1, 76 | find that the form of a ~mixed body has another operation 6 1, 76 | Further, the human body is a mixed body. Now mingling does 7 1, 76 | elements must remain in a mixed body; and ~these are substantial 8 1, 76 | elements ~remain entire in the mixed body; and that the mixture 9 1, 76 | follows that elements in ~the mixed body would be distinct as 10 1, 76 | the elements remain in the mixed body, not ~actually but 11 1, 76 | substantial form ~of the mixed body; for instance, the 12 1, 76 | instance, and ~not to a mixed body, still less to a terrestrial 13 1, 76 | soul is united should be a mixed body, above others ~reduced 14 1, 76 | simple element, or to a mixed body, in which fire was 15 1, 76 | into the ~composition of a mixed body (since it is unchangeable), 16 1, 48 | things by extracting what is ~mixed up in matter.~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 48 | arranged in degrees; as the mixed things are more perfect 18 1, 75 | find that the form of a ~mixed body has another operation 19 1, 75 | Further, the human body is a mixed body. Now mingling does 20 1, 75 | elements must remain in a mixed body; and ~these are substantial 21 1, 75 | elements ~remain entire in the mixed body; and that the mixture 22 1, 75 | follows that elements in ~the mixed body would be distinct as 23 1, 75 | the elements remain in the mixed body, not ~actually but 24 1, 75 | substantial form ~of the mixed body; for instance, the 25 1, 75 | instance, and ~not to a mixed body, still less to a terrestrial 26 1, 75 | soul is united should be a mixed body, above others ~reduced 27 1, 75 | simple element, or to a mixed body, in which fire was 28 1, 75 | into the ~composition of a mixed body (since it is unchangeable), 29 1, 87 | as phantasy and sense are mixed up with the mind. Hence ~ 30 1, 90 | into the ~composition of mixed bodies, except as in the 31 1, 118 | just as lead or tin is ~mixed with silver to prevent its 32 1, 118 | nourished, just as water is mixed with wine, as ~the Philosopher 33 1, 118 | already made one by being mixed together. Therefore there 34 2, 6 | done through fear "are of a mixed character," being partly 35 2, 46 | outside itself. Thus also in mixed colors there is no ~contrariety, 36 2, 82 | thus, when the harmony of a mixed body is destroyed, the ~ 37 2, 85 | respect of ~its being of a mixed temperament, in order that 38 2, 89 | spiritual edifice, but are mixed with venial sins: ~as, when 39 2, 90 | is the cause of heat ~in mixed bodies, and these are said 40 2, 7 | is impure through being mixed with baser things: ~for 41 2, 7 | not called impure, when mixed with gold, which betters 42 2, 7 | which betters it, ~but when mixed with lead or tin. Now it 43 2, 25 | whiter for having less black mixed with it. ~Now those who 44 2, 75 | because that which is mixed is ~defective in its substance.~ 45 2, 79 | instance, silver by being mixed with ~lead. Now in order 46 2, 80 | something that gives joy mixed with pain. Thus men are 47 2, 140 | not ~simply voluntary but mixed, as stated in Ethic. iii, 48 3, 2 | Secondly, ~because what is mixed is of the same species with 49 3, 2 | is made up of things not mixed nor changed, but ~imperfect; 50 3, 66 | not exist ~actually in a mixed body, such as Christ's. 51 3, 66 | two ways: ~first, by being mixed with another body; secondly, 52 3, 66 | small quantity ~of water be mixed artificially with a body 53 3, 66 | into the ~substance of a mixed body: thus water changed 54 3, 66 | has ~become muddy by being mixed with particles of earth.~ 55 3, 66 | nature of the water by being ~mixed with it: just as neither 56 3, 66 | naturally, with certain mixed bodies, and suffer only 57 3, 66 | the ~liquid matter from mixed bodies; which liquid matter 58 3, 66 | retains no properties of any mixed ~body; which cannot be said 59 3, 72 | sacrament. And balm is ~mixed with the oil, by reason 60 3, 72 | Therefore the chrism should be mixed and blessed on the day of 61 3, 74 | Whether water should be mixed with it?~(7) Whether water 62 3, 74 | sacraments only bread and wine mixed with water are to ~be offered."~ 63 3, 74 | over the entire body, and mixed with flour." Others, ~styled 64 3, 74 | quantity of another grain be mixed with a much greater quantity 65 3, 74 | with flesh; as leaven is mixed with the flour." Hence, 66 3, 74 | heresy of the Nazarenes, who mixed up legal observances with 67 3, 74 | grapes ought not to ~be mixed with this sacrament, because 68 3, 74 | Whether water should be mixed with the wine?~Aquin.: SMT 69 3, 74 | that water ought not to be mixed with the wine, since ~Christ' 70 3, 74 | Lord, only bread ~and wine mixed with water are to be offered 71 3, 74 | Drink the wine which I have mixed for you." ~Secondly, because 72 3, 74 | to be offered, but ~both mixed because we read that both 73 3, 74 | Therefore when water is mixed with the wine in the ~chalice, 74 3, 74 | therefore, since ~water is mixed with the wine, neither is 75 3, 74 | wine only, but both must be mixed together: ~in the same way 76 3, 74 | but the water is offered mixed with the wine to show that 77 3, 74 | liquor besides true water, be mixed with the flour, the ~sacrament 78 3, 74 | Further, a little water mixed with much wine is corrupted. 79 3, 74 | appreciable by sense when it is mixed with the wine: but it ~is 80 3, 75 | original matter into which mixed bodies can be dissolved 81 3, 77 | Whether anything can be mixed with the consecrated wine?~ 82 3, 77 | if any kind of liquid be mixed with those species, then ~ 83 3, 77 | Therefore no ~liquid can be mixed with the consecrated wine.~ 84 3, 77 | Further, if any liquid be mixed with the consecrated wine, 85 3, 77 | and because the liquid mixed, as having no obstacle, 86 3, 77 | Consequently, no liquid can be mixed with ~the consecrated wine.~ 87 3, 77 | that another liquid can be ~mixed with the wine after it is 88 3, 77 | sufficient liquid were mixed so as to spread itself all 89 3, 77 | then the whole would be a mixed substance. Now what is made 90 3, 77 | what is made up of things ~mixed is neither of them, but 91 3, 77 | instance, if water ~were mixed, the species of the wine 92 3, 77 | entire wine would not be mixed, but only part of ~it, which 93 3, 77 | of the same species were mixed with it, but even if it ~ 94 3, 77 | consecrated wine, ~and be mixed with it throughout, the 95 3, 77 | consecrated wine is in no way mixed ~with the substance of Christ' 96 3, 77 | blood. Nevertheless it is mixed with the ~sacramental species, 97 3, 77 | mingled with the blood, but, mixed with the ~accidents of the 98 3, 80 | swallowed in great quantity, but mixed with saliva.~Aquin.: SMT 99 3, 82 | hence it is that water is ~mixed with the blood, which water 100 3, 83 | particle of ~the body to be mixed with the blood.~Aquin.: 101 3, 83 | account should water be mixed with the consecrated wine, ~ 102 Suppl, 9 | is "pure" when it is not mixed with anything ~else: and " 103 Suppl, 47| Philosopher calls this a "mixed violence," as when a person 104 Suppl, 47| Further, wherever there is mixed violence, it is fear that 105 Suppl, 47| which ~is done on account of mixed violence is more voluntary 106 Suppl, 47| cannot be compelled except by mixed violence. Therefore it is ~ 107 Suppl, 47| invalidated by violence of a mixed nature.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 108 Suppl, 54| which is the more easily mixed with another, according 109 Suppl, 72| them, since the form of a mixed body ~is more noble than 110 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 3: The form of a mixed body and the form of an 111 Suppl, 72| the species, ~and thus a mixed body is more perfect - or 112 Suppl, 72| something ~extrinsic: whereas a mixed body has in itself the cause 113 Suppl, 72| which cannot be said of a mixed body. And since incorruption 114 Suppl, 72| than the perfection of a ~mixed body, unless the mixed body 115 Suppl, 72| mixed body, unless the mixed body has also in itself 116 Suppl, 72| Nevertheless, although a mixed body is somewhat more noble 117 Suppl, 72| being than if ~it exist in a mixed body, because in a mixed 118 Suppl, 72| mixed body, because in a mixed body simple bodies are ~ 119 Suppl, 72| lower bodies which by being mixed together ~fall away from 120 Suppl, 72| they say too, that in a mixed body the elements retain ~ 121 Suppl, 75| and when this ~ceases all mixed bodies will be dissolved 122 Suppl, 75| as it will dissolve other mixed bodies into their prejacent ~ 123 Suppl, 76| parts. Now the form of the mixed body, ~which form is an 124 Suppl, 76| interrupted act. Now the form of a mixed ~body passes away into complete 125 Suppl, 76| Therefore the form of a mixed body does not return in 126 Suppl, 76| a form; so the form of a mixed body, which ~form is a quality 127 Suppl, 76| substantial form of the mixed body, but its proper accident, 128 Suppl, 76| besides this form of the mixed body, except ~the rational 129 Suppl, 77| generation in ~relation to mixed bodies, because they are 130 Suppl, 77| in transition when in the mixed body, so too are the humors 131 Suppl, 77| reason of which they, like mixed ~bodies, belong to the perfection 132 Suppl, 77| have not perfect forms as mixed bodies have. ~But as all 133 Suppl, 79| other preponderates the ~mixed (bodies) differ in their 134 Suppl, 79| that smell in bodies is mixed with humidity; wherefore ~ 135 Suppl, 87| and cannot have anything mixed ~with it rendering it unpleasant 136 Suppl, 88| plants, and minerals, and all mixed bodies, are ~corruptible 137 Suppl, 94| of judgment, no animal or mixed body will ~remain in the


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