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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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existed

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | goodness. If, therefore, God ~existed, there would be no evil 2 1, 8 | supposing ~that no other body existed. It belongs therefore to 3 1, 8 | supposing that ~other places existed besides itself, it would 4 1, 8 | OBJ 4: If an infinite body existed, it would be everywhere; 5 1, 9 | all creatures before they existed, were possible, not by any ~ 6 1, 9 | produce them before they existed in ~themselves, so likewise 7 1, 10 | observe that a twofold opinion existed ~concerning spiritual substances. 8 1, 11 | being. If then many gods existed, they would necessarily ~ 9 1, 14 | things. If, however, anything existed ~which God did not previously 10 1, 15 | Plato, who held that ideas existed of themselves, and not in 11 1, 16 | time. Now before such truth existed, it was not true to say ~ 12 1, 20 | Although creatures have not existed from eternity, except ~in 13 1, 25 | power of a body, if such existed, would move without time; ~ 14 1, 27 | procession ~of the Word existed in God, it could only be 15 1, 28 | paternity or filiation ~existed in God, it would follow 16 1, 39 | but not as if there really existed any real "supposition" ~ 17 1, 42 | we conclude that the Son ~existed whensoever the Father existed 18 1, 42 | existed whensoever the Father existed and thus the Son is co-eternal 19 1, 42 | that the co-eternal Son existed always with the Father; 20 1, 44 | realize that any beings existed except sensible ~bodies. 21 1, 46 | Whether creatures always existed?~(2) Whether that they began 22 1, 46 | universe of creatures always existed?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 23 1, 46 | had no beginning, but existed from eternity. For everything 24 1, 46 | exist, matter must have existed before the world. But ~matter 25 1, 46 | world. Therefore the world existed before it began to exist: ~ 26 1, 46 | time, ~it follows that time existed before the world, which 27 1, 46 | OBJ 1: Before the world existed it was possible for the 28 1, 46 | to ~exist movement also existed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 29 1, 46 | because its Maker always existed." To understand ~this we 30 1, 47 | named as one, as if only one existed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 31 1, 50 | intellect, ~thought that nothing existed in the world but what could 32 1, 50 | they supposed that no being existed except bodies, as the ~Philosopher 33 1, 50 | as if anything corporeal existed in them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 34 1, 56 | God from ~eternity there existed not only the forms of corporeal 35 1, 61 | existence? ~(2) Whether he has existed from eternity?~(3) Whether 36 1, 61 | not follow that the angels existed from eternity. ~(tm)Aquin.: 37 1, 62 | all the six days must have existed ~instantly from the beginning 38 1, 63 | considered, we find that it existed in ~the higher angels more 39 1, 66 | called by the ancients chaos, existed in the ~corporeal creation.~ 40 1, 66 | in duration, it already existed; ~for this is implied by 41 1, 66 | form, is to say that being existed actually, yet without act, ~ 42 1, 68 | heaven." But the ~heaven existed before days, as is clear 43 1, 69 | earth, and water ~already existed, since these three are named 44 1, 73 | world. But this consummation existed previously in its ~causes, 45 1, 73 | formed Eve; whilst ~others existed not only in matter but also 46 1, 73 | creatures that are now generated existed in the first of their ~kind. 47 1, 73 | new, if any such appear, existed beforehand ~in various active 48 1, 73 | a mare; but even ~these existed previously in their causes, 49 1, 73 | the six days. ~Some also existed beforehand by way of similitude, 50 1, 73 | afterwards that had not existed ~previously, in some degree, 51 1, 74 | production of things matter existed under the substantial form 52 1, 75 | old believed that nothing existed ~but bodies, they maintained 53 1, 39 | but not as if there really existed any real "supposition" ~ 54 1, 42 | we conclude that the Son ~existed whensoever the Father existed 55 1, 42 | existed whensoever the Father existed and thus the Son is co-eternal 56 1, 42 | that the co-eternal Son existed always with the Father; 57 1, 45 | realize that any beings existed except sensible ~bodies. 58 1, 47 | Whether creatures always existed?~(2) Whether that they began 59 1, 47 | universe of creatures always existed?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 60 1, 47 | had no beginning, but existed from eternity. For everything 61 1, 47 | exist, matter must have existed before the world. But ~matter 62 1, 47 | world. Therefore the world existed before it began to exist: ~ 63 1, 47 | time, ~it follows that time existed before the world, which 64 1, 47 | OBJ 1: Before the world existed it was possible for the 65 1, 47 | to ~exist movement also existed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 66 1, 47 | because its Maker always existed." To understand ~this we 67 1, 48 | named as one, as if only one existed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 68 1, 51 | intellect, ~thought that nothing existed in the world but what could 69 1, 51 | they supposed that no being existed except bodies, as the ~Philosopher 70 1, 51 | as if anything corporeal existed in them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 71 1, 57 | God from eternity there existed not only the forms of corporeal 72 1, 62 | existence? ~(2) Whether he has existed from eternity?~(3) Whether 73 1, 62 | not follow that the angels existed from eternity. ~(tm)Aquin.: 74 1, 63 | all the six days must have existed ~instantly from the beginning 75 1, 64 | considered, we find that it existed in ~the higher angels more 76 1, 67 | called by the ancients chaos, existed in the ~corporeal creation.~ 77 1, 67 | in duration, it already existed; ~for this is implied by 78 1, 67 | form, is to say that being existed actually, yet without act, ~ 79 1, 69 | heaven." But the ~heaven existed before days, as is clear 80 1, 70 | earth, and water ~already existed, since these three are named 81 1, 72 | world. But this consummation existed previously in its ~causes, 82 1, 72 | formed Eve; whilst ~others existed not only in matter but also 83 1, 72 | creatures that are now generated existed in the first of their ~kind. 84 1, 72 | new, if any such appear, existed beforehand ~in various active 85 1, 72 | a mare; but even ~these existed previously in their causes, 86 1, 72 | the six days. ~Some also existed beforehand by way of similitude, 87 1, 72 | afterwards that had not existed ~previously, in some degree, 88 1, 73 | production of things matter existed under the substantial form 89 1, 74 | old believed that nothing existed ~but bodies, they maintained 90 1, 86 | order of intelligible beings existed above the order of ~intellects, 91 1, 87 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: If there existed in our souls a perfect image 92 1, 89 | that nothing but bodies ~existed. Therefore they said that 93 1, 91 | this kind of subjection existed even ~before sin. For good 94 1, 94 | Para. 1/1~Whether passions existed in the soul of the first 95 1, 94 | hope that casteth not down, existed ~in the state of innocence; 96 1, 94 | the passions of the soul existed only as ~consequent upon 97 1, 94 | innocence no immoderation existed in the passions. Therefore ~ 98 1, 94 | neither sin nor unhappiness existed. Therefore neither did ~ 99 1, 94 | such virtues ~necessarily existed in that state; as faith, 100 1, 94 | Wherefore such virtues existed as habits in the ~first 101 1, 95 | inequality would have existed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 102 1, 95 | for sin would not ~have existed in the state of innocence. 103 1, 95 | mastership could not have existed between man and man.~Aquin.: 104 1, 95 | of ~mastership would have existed in the state of innocence 105 1, 97 | of innocence generation existed?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 106 1, 97 | by coition would not have existed ~in the state of innocence. 107 1, 97 | generation by coition had existed before sin, ~they would 108 1, 97 | innocence would not have existed, when the lower powers were ~ 109 1, 101 | punishment of sin would not ~have existed in paradise in the state 110 1, 103 | Therefore, just as before things existed, God was free not to give 111 1, 117 | the vegetative soul which existed ~first, another, namely 112 1, 117 | which may not have already ~existed in the first works. For 113 1, 117 | which are ~created now, existed already, as to the likeness 114 1, 118 | ancestors in whom the food never existed. Therefore a ~man would 115 2, 91 | who ~stated that there existed in the churches various 116 2, 182 | maintained that "no distinction existed between a priest and a bishop."~ 117 3, 1 | sin; so that, had sin not existed, the Incarnation would not 118 3, 1 | this; even had sin not ~existed, God could have become incarnate.~ 119 3, 4 | that ~the person of man existed previous to its being assumed.~ 120 3, 9 | habit ~which previously existed is strengthened and increased. 121 3, 22 | was the priesthood that existed before the Law. But the ~ 122 3, 58 | wherein the Son of God existed before ages as God and as 123 3, 73 | even of those ~who have existed from the beginning of the 124 3, 84 | OBJ 2: Further, that which existed in the Old Law had not to 125 Suppl, 43| just as affinity, had it existed ~at the time of the betrothal,


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