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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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duration

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | excelling power; by length, the duration of His ~existence; by breadth, 2 1, 10 | signifies a certain kind of duration. But ~duration regards existence 3 1, 10 | certain kind of duration. But ~duration regards existence rather 4 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, duration does not imply "possession." 5 1, 10 | But eternity is a ~kind of duration. Therefore eternity is not 6 1, 10 | Now the ~protraction of duration seems to belong to operation 7 1, 10 | other ~being is its own duration, as no other is its own 8 1, 10 | i.e. beyond every kind ~of duration. For age is nothing more 9 1, 10 | because of the length of their duration, although they are ~in nature 10 1, 10 | time. For two ~measures of duration cannot exist together, unless 11 1, 10 | imports a certain measure of duration. Since therefore eternity 12 1, 10 | regards the whole of ~its duration, since the infinite is not 13 1, 10 | OBJ 4: Further, since the duration of aeviternal things is 14 1, 10 | infinite as ~to subsequent duration, if aeviternity is simultaneously 15 1, 10 | before" and ~"after" of duration cannot exist together, if 16 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The duration of aeviternity is infinite, 17 1, 10 | aeviternity is a term of duration, where there is ~one aeviternity, 18 1, 10 | aeviternity, there is also one duration. But not all aeviternal ~ 19 1, 10 | aeviternal ~things have one duration, for some begin to exist 20 1, 10 | to have ~one measure of duration; for there appears to be 21 1, 10 | as the ~principle of all duration is the cause of the unity 22 1, 10 | diversity of things receiving duration from the ~influx of the 23 1, 10 | is, a space of ~a thing's duration; and thus we say many aeviternities 24 1, 39 | For ~"eternity" imports duration of existence; "species," 25 1, 42 | perfect nature are of ~longer duration; and in regard to action, 26 1, 42 | excludes the principle of duration, but not the ~principle 27 1, 42 | principle is co-equal in duration with its principle, the 28 1, 44 | 3) the principle of the duration of things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 29 1, 46 | OF THE BEGINNING OF THE DURATION OF CREATURES (THREE ARTICLES)~ 30 1, 46 | considered the beginning of the duration of creatures, ~about which 31 1, 46 | nature ~only, or also by duration. If in the order of nature 32 1, 46 | But if God is prior by ~duration; since what is prior and 33 1, 46 | is prior and posterior in duration constitutes time, ~it follows 34 1, 46 | the world by priority of duration. But the ~word "prior" signifies 35 1, 46 | has a beginning of its duration. But it can be proved demonstratively ~ 36 1, 46 | would be equal to God in duration. ~Therefore it is certain 37 1, 46 | prior to the thing made in duration as appears in the ~case 38 1, 46 | be prior to the ~world in duration; because creation, by which 39 1, 66 | formless matter preceded in duration, it already existed; ~for 40 1, 66 | for this is implied by duration, since the end of creation 41 1, 66 | matter preceded its form in ~duration. And so, when this is considered, 42 1, 66 | darkness, preceded form not by duration, but by origin. ~According 43 1, 66 | nature only, and not by ~duration; and therefore, as they 44 1, 66 | formlessness of matter preceded by duration its form, and this view ~ 45 1, 66 | of time as the measure of duration: for ~otherwise there would 46 1, 67 | matter preceded its form in duration, matter must be held ~to 47 1, 67 | did not precede forms in duration; and so we must understand ~ 48 1, 69 | there is no order of ~duration, but only of origin and 49 1, 69 | formation preceded another in duration, but ~merely in the order 50 1, 69 | 66], A[1]] an order of ~duration in the works is to be understood, 51 1, 39 | For ~"eternity" imports duration of existence; "species," 52 1, 42 | perfect nature are of ~longer duration; and in regard to action, 53 1, 42 | excludes the principle of duration, but not the ~principle 54 1, 42 | principle is co-equal in duration with its principle, the 55 1, 45 | 3) the principle of the duration of things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 56 1, 47 | OF THE BEGINNING OF THE DURATION OF CREATURES (THREE ARTICLES)~ 57 1, 47 | considered the beginning of the duration of creatures, ~about which 58 1, 47 | nature ~only, or also by duration. If in the order of nature 59 1, 47 | But if God is prior by ~duration; since what is prior and 60 1, 47 | is prior and posterior in duration constitutes time, ~it follows 61 1, 47 | the world by priority of duration. But the ~word "prior" signifies 62 1, 47 | has a beginning of its duration. But it can be proved demonstratively ~ 63 1, 47 | would be equal to God in duration. ~Therefore it is certain 64 1, 47 | prior to the thing made in duration as appears in the ~case 65 1, 47 | be prior to the ~world in duration; because creation, by which 66 1, 67 | formless matter preceded in duration, it already existed; ~for 67 1, 67 | for this is implied by duration, since the end of creation 68 1, 67 | matter preceded its form in ~duration. And so, when this is considered, 69 1, 67 | darkness, preceded form not by duration, but by origin. ~According 70 1, 67 | nature only, and not by ~duration; and therefore, as they 71 1, 67 | formlessness of matter preceded by duration its form, and this view ~ 72 1, 67 | of time as the measure of duration: for ~otherwise there would 73 1, 68 | matter preceded its form in duration, matter must be held ~to 74 1, 68 | did not precede forms in duration; and so we must understand ~ 75 1, 70 | there is no order of ~duration, but only of origin and 76 1, 70 | formation preceded another in duration, but ~merely in the order 77 1, 70 | 66], A[1]] an order of ~duration in the works is to be understood, 78 1, 103 | cannot last for an infinite duration; and so at some time it ~ 79 1, 103 | Wherefore the infinite duration of things is a consequence 80 1, 103 | a ~determinate power of duration for a certain time, so far 81 2, 42 | a way, according to the duration of time: wherefore if it 82 2, 64 | equality of virtues, (4) ~the duration of virtues. Under the first 83 2, 67 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE DURATION OF VIRTUES AFTER THIS LIFE ( 84 2, 67 | We must now consider the duration of virtues after this life, 85 2, 87 | it cannot be of infinite duration.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 86 2, 87 | equal fault in point of duration. For the fact that adultery 87 2, 87 | infinite in two ways, in duration, and in ~quantity. Now the 88 2, 87 | punishment is infinite in duration. Therefore it is ~infinite 89 2, 87 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Duration of punishment corresponds 90 2, 87 | punishment corresponds to duration of fault, ~not indeed as 91 2, 88 | is evident as regards the duration of the ~punishment, since 92 2, 101 | their cause; thirdly, their duration. Under ~the first head there 93 2, 103 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE DURATION OF THE CEREMONIAL PRECEPTS ( 94 2, 103 | We must now consider the duration of the ceremonial precepts: 95 2, 104 | are figurative?~(3) Their duration;~(4) Their division.~Aquin.: 96 2, 93 | penance of five years' duration, according to the fixed 97 2, 145 | vital spirits are of short duration, whereas ~the substance 98 2, 154 | one ~respect as regards duration, since in the incontinent 99 2, 156 | Secondly, in relation to the duration of anger, for that anger 100 2, 178 | contemplation;~(8) Of the duration of contemplation.~~Aquin.: 101 2, 178 | respect, it can be of long duration as regards the other ~contemplative 102 2, 179 | active life?~(4) Of the duration of the active life.~Aquin.: 103 3, 1 | perfection of God precedes in duration the imperfection of human 104 3, 22 | others?~(5) Of the eternal duration of His priesthood;~(6) Whether 105 3, 35 | each signifies a measure of duration.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 106 3, 44 | bodies, which measures the duration of the seasons. Hence Jerome ~ 107 3, 44 | we prefer to say that the duration of ~the darkness was measured 108 3, 46 | by the ~sharpness and the duration of the suffering. But some 109 3, 46 | besides this there is the duration of the ~suffering because 110 3, 84 | institution;~(8) Of its duration;~(9) Of its continuance;~( 111 3, 84 | other sacraments. But the duration of repentance is fixed by ~ 112 Suppl | should it be? (4) Of its duration; (5) Of its effect.~ 113 Suppl, 4 | intensity, or as to its ~duration, except in so far as the 114 Suppl, 4 | both in ~intensity and in duration. Wherefore, as the passion 115 Suppl, 4 | ought it to be ~of moderate duration, lest, if it should last 116 Suppl, 8 | punishment of seven years' duration is ~appointed for a layman 117 Suppl, 14| hell, though infinite in duration, is ~nevertheless finite 118 Suppl, 33| some diseases are of long ~duration, as hectic fever, dropsy 119 Suppl, 71| intensity ~although infinite in duration) that a multiplicity of 120 Suppl, 72| of martyrdom is of short ~duration in comparison with the pain 121 Suppl, 74| beginning of a thing the duration of which is measured by 122 Suppl, 74| But the measure of the duration of the heavenly movement 123 Suppl, 74| Antichrist's preaching and ~the duration of his persecution.~Aquin.: 124 Suppl, 85| Thus neither is fixed duration appointed to old age, which 125 Suppl, 85| Church, the length of whose duration is not dependent on the 126 Suppl, 88| is speaking there of the ~duration of the seed of Israel with 127 Suppl, 93| sufferings of martyrdom in duration but ~not in intensity.~Aquin.: 128 Suppl, 96| her" (Apoc. 18:7). The duration of the punishment does not, 129 Suppl, 96| however, ~correspond with the duration of the fault, as Augustine 130 Suppl, 96| 87], A[3], ad 1]. But the duration of punishment regards the ~ 131 Suppl, 96| be infinite at least in ~duration. And again there is a fourth 132 Suppl, 96| fault as to the amount of ~duration as is seen to be the case 133 Suppl, 96| intensity but equal in ~duration.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 134 Appen1, 2| 2: Further, in point of duration unequal merits receive equal ~ 135 Appen1, 2| to all there is the same ~duration in either case. It is otherwise


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