Part, Question
1 1, 2  Further, it is superfluous to suppose that what can be accounted ~
2 1, 2  Therefore there is no need to ~suppose God's existence.~Aquin.:
3 1, 10  an angel is, or was, we suppose something, ~which being
4 1, 10  will be, we do not as yet suppose anything. Hence, ~since
5 1, 12  of his intellect; if we suppose that the created ~intellect
6 1, 15  not therefore necessary to suppose ideas.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[
7 1, 15  that, It is necessary to suppose ideas in the divine mind.
8 1, 15  In either ~case we must suppose ideas, as is clear for the
9 1, 18  living things we must needs suppose some ~principle of life.
10 1, 32  unbelievers: since they ~suppose that we stand upon such
11 1, 32  Therefore we are not to suppose any notions in God.~Aquin.:
12 1, 33  admit two innascibles is to suppose ~the existence of two Gods,
13 1, 39  and therefore, when we suppose the one, we need not suppose
14 1, 39  suppose the one, we need not suppose the ~other.~Aquin.: SMT
15 1, 39  we find it as soon as ~we suppose the Son. So, all are equal
16 1, 40  however, is needed if we suppose that ~the relations distinguish
17 1, 41  every generator we must suppose the power of ~generating,
18 1, 45  necessary for the same reason to suppose another ~creation to create
19 1, 45  above all it is absurd to suppose that a body can create,
20 1, 49  evil. Therefore, we must suppose ~some supreme evil which
21 1, 49  matter. Therefore, we must suppose one first evil as the cause
22 1, 58  seeing a dead man, they may suppose that he will not rise ~again,
23 1, 62  that, It is reasonable to suppose that gifts of graces and ~
24 1, 62  So it is ~reasonable to suppose that the angels who had
25 1, 65  Trin. iii, 8): "We must not suppose ~that this corporeal matter
26 1, 66  For it is ~impossible to suppose any being in act, unless
27 1, 69  i), because we need not suppose that the ~earth was first
28 1, 70  them, as other holy writers suppose. To these two ~works is
29 1, 76  If, on the contrary, we ~suppose one instrument and several
30 1, 76  service. Therefore, if we suppose two men to have several
31 1, 76  its various ~parts. If we suppose, however, that the soul
32 1, 76  1/3~I answer that, If we suppose that the intellectual soul
33 1, 76  distinction of which we must ~suppose dimensions, without which
34 1, 76  quantities. Therefore we must suppose dimensions in matter ~before
35 1, 39  and therefore, when we suppose the one, we need not suppose
36 1, 39  suppose the one, we need not suppose the ~other.~Aquin.: SMT
37 1, 39  we find it as soon as we suppose the Son. So, all are equal
38 1, 40  however, is needed if we suppose that ~the relations distinguish
39 1, 41  every generator we must suppose the power of ~generating,
40 1, 46  necessary for the same reason to suppose another ~creation to create
41 1, 46  above all it is absurd to suppose that a body can create,
42 1, 50  evil. Therefore, we must suppose ~some supreme evil which
43 1, 50  matter. Therefore, we must suppose one first evil as the cause
44 1, 59  seeing a dead man, they may suppose that he will not rise ~again,
45 1, 63  that, It is reasonable to suppose that gifts of graces and ~
46 1, 63  So it is ~reasonable to suppose that the angels who had
47 1, 66  Trin. iii, 8): "We must not suppose ~that this corporeal matter
48 1, 67  For it is ~impossible to suppose any being in act, unless
49 1, 70  i), because we need not suppose that the ~earth was first
50 1, 71  them, as other holy writers suppose. To these two ~works is
51 1, 75  If, on the contrary, we ~suppose one instrument and several
52 1, 75  service. Therefore, if we suppose two men to have several
53 1, 75  its various ~parts. If we suppose, however, that the soul
54 1, 75  1/3~I answer that, If we suppose that the intellectual soul
55 1, 75  distinction of which we must ~suppose dimensions, without which
56 1, 75  quantities. Therefore we must suppose dimensions in matter ~before
57 1, 77  there would be no need ~to suppose that an animal has a power
58 1, 78  soul of man we must needs suppose a superior ~intellect, from
59 1, 83  unreasonable does this seem if we suppose that it is natural ~to the
60 1, 90  body, ~as some say, who suppose that the soul is united
61 1, 91  which is ~unreasonable to suppose.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[
62 1, 96  however, is unreasonable to suppose, as implying that ~there
63 1, 112  it ~is also reasonable to suppose that different angels are
64 1, 114  there ~would be no need to suppose some principle above these
65 1, 114  therefore it ~is necessary to suppose some active principle above
66 1, 114  De Gener. ii, 10), ~to suppose a movable principle, which
67 2, 1  Metaph. ii, 2) that "to suppose a ~thing to be indefinite
68 2, 9  Wherefore we must, of necessity, suppose that the will advanced ~
69 2, 11  It is not so absurd ~to suppose that even beasts enjoy their
70 2, 11  it is not so absurd to ~suppose that even beasts enjoy,"
71 2, 19  others must follow too. Thus suppose a man to seek vainglory,
72 2, 19  intention. In like manner, suppose a man's reason or conscience
73 2, 50  says: "It is not ~proper to suppose that there are intellectual (
74 2, 71  omission does not necessarily suppose an act: for the mere fact
75 2, 76  another species of sin); or, suppose that he is unaware that ~
76 2, 89  lit. xi, 5): "We must not suppose ~that the tempter would
77 2, 96  observed. For instance, suppose that in a besieged city
78 2, 110  in the soul, although we suppose no part or ~power of the
79 2, 114  justification. But if we suppose, as indeed it is a truth
80 2, 26  Secondly, because if we suppose that both are ~loved for
81 2, 102  Beneficiis iii): "It is wrong to suppose that slavery ~falls upon
82 2, 105  it, it is a mistake to ~suppose that we mean him to shake
83 2, 163  xi, 3), "we are not to ~suppose that the devil chose the
84 2, 186  adds afterwards: "Are we to suppose that the ~more holy they
85 3, 3  3],6). Therefore, if we suppose ~one Person to assume two
86 3, 6  this is not fitting, if we suppose that it was first of ~all
87 3, 6  likewise it is not fitting to suppose that this soul was ~united
88 3, 7  that, It is necessary to suppose habitual grace in Christ
89 3, 7  And still more must ~we suppose a term in the forms themselves,
90 3, 9  of illuminants. But if we suppose ~two lights, one of which
91 3, 9  it is ~not necessary to suppose the knowledge of the blessed
92 3, 10  things; as if we were to suppose ~several lines of infinite
93 3, 10  that order; yet we may ~suppose something greater outside
94 3, 12  added to. Now we cannot suppose an imperfect knowledge in ~
95 3, 16  same error fall those who suppose two supposita or ~hypostases
96 3, 23  But according to those who suppose two persons or two hypostases
97 3, 28  Jerome says on Mt. 12:49,50, "suppose that the ~brethren of the
98 3, 31  according to the flesh, suppose that the same Son of God
99 3, 35  Contra Felic. xii). "Let us suppose," says ~he, "as many maintain,
100 3, 44  says: "We ~must therefore suppose that many large and very
101 3, 45  on Mt. 17:2: "Let no one suppose that ~Christ," through being
102 3, 46  presumptions upon ~God. For suppose a prince to speak by word
103 3, 50  Felician: "Far be it from us to suppose that Christ so felt ~death
104 3, 54  for Easter: "Let no one suppose that Christ changed His
105 3, 55  as if to say: ~"Do not suppose I am leading an earthly
106 3, 64  his being perplexed, if we suppose that he wishes ~to remain
107 3, 67  same ~time; for instance, suppose a child to be in danger
108 3, 68  from guilt and punishment. Suppose, therefore, a ~catechumen
109 3, 73  Pelag. I): "Nor ~are you to suppose that children cannot possess
110 Suppl, 41 1/1~I answer that, If we suppose the corporeal nature to
111 Suppl, 41 virtue therein; unless we ~suppose, as some are mad enough
112 Suppl, 69 state of ~sinners. Now if we suppose a person to die in original
113 Suppl, 69 it is not unfitting to ~suppose that he be punished eternally.~
114 Suppl, 70 For were it necessary to suppose other ~powers in the soul,
115 Suppl, 70 it would be ~necessary to suppose other powers by means of
116 Suppl, 77 on the ~contrary: Let us suppose that some one is fed entirely
117 Suppl, 80 place." Therefore if we ~suppose two bodies to occupy the
118 Suppl, 80 fill a place. For if we suppose dimensions separate from ~
119 Suppl, 80 the same time. But if we suppose two bodies to ~be in the
120 Suppl, 80 The minor is proved thus. ~Suppose two bodies A and B to be
121 Suppl, 80 Consequently geometry cannot suppose one line to ~be added to
122 Suppl, 81 that, It is necessary to suppose that the glorified bodies
123 Suppl, 81 which is proved as follows. ~Suppose a body which we will call
124 Suppl, 81 intervening places: unless we suppose that it passes from A to
125 Suppl, 81 is clear that even ~if we suppose something to move in a vacuum,
126 Suppl, 85 Civ. Dei xx) that "if we suppose the book, from the pages
127 Suppl, 93 sanctification, it is wicked to suppose that there was ~in her any
