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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contact

    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | things are in place not by contact of dimensive ~quantity, 2 1, 8 | quantity, as bodies are but by contact of power.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 52 | place ~according to the contact of dimensive quantity; but 4 1, 52 | with which it comes into contact, and is not ~contained by 5 1, 53 | a place only by virtual contact, as was said above (Q[52], 6 1, 53 | angel ~according to virtual contact; just as a divisible place 7 1, 53 | is assigned to a ~body by contact of magnitude. Hence as a 8 1, 53 | magnitude, but according to contact of power: and so the ~angel' 9 1, 56 | sensible object must be ~in contact with sense, in order that 10 1, 68 | be something which is in contact with them on either side, 11 1, 69 | which are not in continuous contact cannot occupy ~one place. 12 1, 69 | waters are in continuous contact, and ~therefore all were 13 1, 70 | latter as its ~form; but by contact of power, as a mover is 14 1, 70 | he ~says, is effected by contact which is mutual if both 15 1, 70 | body in the same way, as a contact of a ~moving power with 16 1, 70 | the direct influence and ~contact of some spiritual substance, 17 1, 70 | moved, as the matter, but by contact with the motive ~power, 18 1, 75 | the moved there must be contact. ~But contact is only between 19 1, 75 | there must be contact. ~But contact is only between bodies. 20 1, 75 | There are two kinds of contact; of "quantity," and of ~" 21 1, 76 | is corporeal by ~virtual contact. But the virtue of the soul 22 1, 53 | place ~according to the contact of dimensive quantity; but 23 1, 53 | with which it comes into contact, and is not ~contained by 24 1, 54 | a place only by virtual contact, as was said above (Q[52], 25 1, 54 | angel ~according to virtual contact; just as a divisible place 26 1, 54 | is assigned to a ~body by contact of magnitude. Hence as a 27 1, 54 | magnitude, but according to contact of power: and so the ~angel' 28 1, 57 | sensible object must be ~in contact with sense, in order that 29 1, 69 | be something which is in contact with them on either side, 30 1, 70 | which are not in continuous contact cannot occupy ~one place. 31 1, 70 | waters are in continuous contact, and ~therefore all were 32 1, 71 | latter as its ~form; but by contact of power, as a mover is 33 1, 71 | he ~says, is effected by contact which is mutual if both 34 1, 71 | body in the same way, as a contact of a ~moving power with 35 1, 71 | the direct influence and ~contact of some spiritual substance, 36 1, 71 | moved, as the matter, but by contact with the motive ~power, 37 1, 74 | the moved there must be contact. ~But contact is only between 38 1, 74 | there must be contact. ~But contact is only between bodies. 39 1, 74 | There are two kinds of contact; of "quantity," and of ~" 40 1, 75 | is corporeal by ~virtual contact. But the virtue of the soul 41 1, 96 | a hard body had come in ~contact with the soft body of the 42 1, 104 | that there must be some contact between the ~mover and moved. 43 1, 104 | moved. But there can be no contact between God and a body; 44 1, 104 | Div. Nom. 1): "There is no contact with God." Therefore ~God 45 1, 104 | There are two kinds of contact; corporeal contact, when 46 1, 104 | kinds of contact; corporeal contact, when two ~bodies touch 47 1, 104 | each other; and virtual contact, as the cause of sadness 48 1, 104 | According to the first kind of contact, ~God, as being incorporeal, 49 1, 104 | but according ~to virtual contact He touches creatures by 50 1, 104 | the words, "There is no contact with God"; ~that is, so 51 1, 114 | action is effected by the contact of two bodies.~Aquin.: SMT 52 1, 116 | infect the air which is in contact with them to a ~certain 53 2, 7 | nevertheless are in a kind of contact with it, by being related 54 2, 17 | powers, some are in closer contact with ~the reason than are 55 2, 22 | action that we come into contact with things.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 68 | craftsman, unless there by contact or some other kind of union 57 2, 86 | nature cannot be defiled by contact with a lower nature: hence 58 2, 86 | s ~ray is not defiled by contact with tainted bodies, as 59 2, 86 | loses its comeliness through contact with another body, e.g. ~ 60 2, 86 | love, there is a kind of contact in the soul: and ~when man 61 2, 86 | comeliness occasioned by this contact, is metaphorically called 62 2, 89 | on the soul is caused by contact with a ~temporal thing, 63 2, 89 | venial sin, the soul is in contact with a temporal thing through ~ 64 2, 89 | loss of ~comeliness due to contact with something, as may be 65 2, 89 | sin the soul comes into contact with a temporal ~thing as 66 2, 102 | them to be ~purified after contact with a corpse, or any similar 67 2, 102 | himself and partly from contact with unclean things. ~Anything 68 2, 102 | through fear of ~coming in contact with lepers and others similarly 69 2, 102 | uncleanness; the other was by mere contact with an unclean ~thing, 70 2, 50 | even as a man comes into contact with the angel in ~respect 71 2, 79 | human mind ~is soiled by contact with inferior things, even 72 2, 112 | those with whom he is in ~contact. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[114] 73 2, 121 | resulting ~from bodily contact, the other is spiritual, 74 2, 121 | unpleasant in respect of bodily contact, ~such as wounds and blows. 75 2, 166 | with whom a man comes in contact. And, in so far as outward ~ 76 2, 176 | action, or again ~the bodily contact of even a dead body. Thus 77 3, 25 | the other way, from its contact with the limbs of Christ, 78 3, 25 | by ~representation and contact. And for this sole reason 79 3, 25 | OBJ 3: By reason of the contact of Christ's limbs we worship 80 3, 25 | been sanctified by ~the contact of His holy body and blood, 81 3, 28 | her face, not by lustful contact.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 82 3, 44 | as to come into apparent contact with it from the east, and 83 3, 46 | from their central point of contact denotes the power and the 84 3, 46 | complete when it comes ~into contact with the reason. But there 85 3, 48 | acts efficiently except by contact: ~hence even Christ cleansed 86 3, 48 | its efficacy by ~spiritual contact - namely, by faith and the 87 3, 56 | cause acts only through ~contact, whether spiritual or corporeal. 88 3, 56 | Resurrection has no corporeal contact with the dead who shall 89 3, 56 | similarly it has no spiritual ~contact, which is through faith 90 3, 56 | times; and such virtual contact suffices for ~its efficiency. 91 3, 57 | place according to bodily contact, as regards bodies, or ~ 92 3, 57 | it be by way of spiritual contact, as regards spiritual ~substances; 93 3, 62 | regeneration on the ~waters by the contact of His most pure body."~ 94 3, 72 | they not been sanctified by contact with our ~Lord's body." 95 3, 78 | infinite power, just as through contact with His flesh the regenerative ~ 96 3, 78 | the waters which came into contact with ~Christ, but into all 97 3, 81 | passible body suffers by contact and by being ~eaten. Consequently, 98 3, 81 | have ~suffered both from contact and from being eaten by 99 3, 81 | that the body seen be in ~contact with the adjacent medium 100 3, 81 | so does passion require ~contact of the suffering body with 101 3, 81 | proper species it comes in contact with surrounding bodies ~ 102 3, 84 | miracles, namely, that by the contact of a ~sanctified man's hand, 103 3, 90 | parts of an army, or by contact, as the parts of a heap, 104 Suppl, 29| of them, even as, by the contact of His flesh, He bestowed 105 Suppl, 29| of its ~own from the very contact of our Saviour's flesh; 106 Suppl, 34| matter there needs to be ~contact of matter with the recipient 107 Suppl, 34| sacrament that there be contact between the ~aforesaid material 108 Suppl, 34| essential to the sacrament than contact therewith. However, the 109 Suppl, 34| would seem to indicate that contact with the ~matter is essential 110 Suppl, 42| baptismal water by virtue of its contact with ~Christ's body [*Cf. 111 Suppl, 67| children through continual contact with her would imitate. 112 Suppl, 70| every bodily agent acts by contact. But a corporeal fire ~cannot 113 Suppl, 70| corporeal fire ~cannot be in contact with the soul, since contact 114 Suppl, 70| contact with the soul, since contact is only between ~corporeal 115 Suppl, 70| Although there is no bodily contact between the soul and ~body, 116 Suppl, 70| there is a certain spiritual contact between them (even as the ~ 117 Suppl, 70| moves ~it, with a spiritual contact) in the same way as a "painful 118 Suppl, 70| De Gener. i. This mode of contact is ~sufficient for action.~ 119 Suppl, 72| space, on account of the contact of the elements, there are 120 Suppl, 79| becomes fragrant through contact with ~a fragrant object. 121 Suppl, 79| touch, has the medium in contact, since taste is a ~kind 122 Suppl, 80| when two surfaces ~are in contact with one another, and two 123 Suppl, 80| superficies which is described by contact with the terms of ~the lesser 124 Suppl, 80| body is confined ~through contact with the locating body. 125 Suppl, 93| number 60 is denoted by the contact of the index ~finger above


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