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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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shape

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | Holy Ghost was seen in the shape of a dove, and the voice 2 1, 17 | there is the likeness of shape, size, and of other ~sensible 3 1, 43 | descended upon Him in the shape of a dove.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 45 | agent is required, in the shape of a univocal ~generator.~ 5 1, 50 | deprived of its circular shape. Now to be ~belongs to a 6 1, 51 | because air ~is without shape or color. Therefore the 7 1, 51 | rarefaction has ~neither shape nor color, yet when condensed 8 1, 57 | when the body is seen its shape is ~seen. Therefore, when 9 1, 58 | at the body is formed by shape. But one ~body cannot be 10 1, 58 | as one body can by one shape be likened to ~many bodies.~ 11 1, 66 | not, indeed, in bodily shape, but as the craftsman's 12 1, 66 | was created spherical in shape, of dense body, and sufficiently ~ 13 1, 76 | which is of a pentagonal shape, is not tetragonal by one ~ 14 1, 76 | is not tetragonal by one ~shape, and pentagonal by another - 15 1, 76 | another - since a tetragonal shape would be ~superfluous as 16 1, 76 | do we ask if wax and its shape ~are one." But the shape 17 1, 76 | shape ~are one." But the shape is united to the wax without 18 1, 77 | in a subject as color ~or shape, or any other quality, or 19 1, 43 | descended upon Him in the shape of a dove.~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 46 | agent is required, in the shape of a univocal ~generator.~ 21 1, 51 | deprived of its circular shape. Now to be ~belongs to a 22 1, 52 | because air ~is without shape or color. Therefore the 23 1, 52 | rarefaction has ~neither shape nor color, yet when condensed 24 1, 58 | when the body is seen its shape is ~seen. Therefore, when 25 1, 59 | at the body is formed by shape. But one ~body cannot be 26 1, 59 | as one body can by one shape be likened to ~many bodies.~ 27 1, 67 | not, indeed, in bodily shape, but as the craftsman's 28 1, 67 | was created spherical in shape, of dense body, and sufficiently ~ 29 1, 75 | which is of a pentagonal shape, is not tetragonal by one ~ 30 1, 75 | is not tetragonal by one ~shape, and pentagonal by another - 31 1, 75 | another - since a tetragonal shape would be ~superfluous as 32 1, 75 | do we ask if wax and its shape ~are one." But the shape 33 1, 75 | shape ~are one." But the shape is united to the wax without 34 1, 76 | in a subject as color ~or shape, or any other quality, or 35 1, 77 | Further, magnitude and shape, and other things which 36 1, 77 | therefore, magnitude and shape are further from color than 37 1, 77 | can ~grasp magnitude or shape than for that which grasps 38 1, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Size, shape, and the like, which are 39 1, 77 | are ~species of quantity. Shape is a quality about quantity. 40 1, 77 | quality about quantity. Shape is a ~quality about quantity, 41 1, 77 | quantity, since the notion of shape consists of fixing the ~ 42 1, 77 | account of its color or shape, but as a natural enemy: 43 1, 92 | accident, and chiefly in the ~shape; thus, we speak of a man' 44 1, 92 | apply principally to the shape of a ~thing. But shape belongs 45 1, 92 | the shape of a ~thing. But shape belongs to the body. Therefore 46 1, 92 | of the maker, just as the shape of a house points to the ~ 47 1, 92 | be found in his ~bodily shape, yet because "the body of 48 1, 92 | the sense that the ~very shape of the human body represents 49 1, 107 | Fourthly, because in its shape, a seat is open on one side 50 1, 113 | form a body of any form and shape, and assume it so as to 51 2, 18 | accidents, as man does from shape, color, and the like; and ~ 52 2, 49 | disposed in regard also to shape, and in like manner, in 53 2, 49 | fourth species of quality, as shape, and form which is the shape 54 2, 49 | shape, and form which is the shape of ~an animated being." 55 2, 49 | the end. So in regard to shape, or heat, or cold, ~a man 56 2, 49 | habits or dispositions: for shape and color, according ~to 57 2, 52 | substance, and because shape follows on quantity, therefore 58 2, 52 | thing receives form ~and shape, it is not said to be altered, 59 2, 54 | body is informed by its shape, so is a power ~informed 60 2, 54 | body is informed by its shape as by its own terminal ~ 61 2, 54 | shapes, save in so far as one shape ~enters into another, as 62 2, 68 | man receive help in the shape of special ~promptings from 63 2, 95 | house to some particular shape. ~Some things are therefore 64 2, 102 | material; it was square ~in shape, and was worn on the breast, 65 2, 104 | figures, but that they might shape the state of that people 66 2, 112 | necessarily ~receive its shape from the potter. Hence, 67 2, 76 | exact repayment in ~the shape of some remuneration of 68 2, 92 | by some sensible form or shape, which is ~called an "idol." 69 2, 94 | composition, order and shape, as stated in Phys. i, 5, 70 2, 94 | effect ~naturally, since shape is not a principle of natural 71 2, 178 | essence, but that he saw some shape [*Cf. FP, ~Q[12], A[11], 72 2, 186 | thought that God had a human shape. Hence Gregory ~says (Moral. 73 3, 13 | however strong it is, e.g. the shape of the hand, or ~foot, or 74 3, 30 | he is seen in ~the bodily shape which he assumes. Now since 75 3, 39 | Ghost descended in ~a bodily shape as a dove upon Him."~Aquin.: 76 3, 39 | descended on Christ in a bodily shape, as a dove, not because 77 3, 39 | such thing occur, they may shape their faith ~according to 78 3, 39 | visibly, under a bodily shape, on Christ at His ~baptism, 79 3, 39 | Ghost descended in ~a bodily shape as a dove upon Him." Therefore 80 3, 39 | to have descended in the shape or ~semblance of a dove, 81 3, 39 | Ghost ~descended in the shape of a dove: the Father's 82 3, 39 | at any time, nor seen His shape." By which words, as ~Chrysostom 83 3, 39 | God has neither ~voice nor shape, but is above all such forms 84 3, 45 | laid aside His natural ~shape and countenance, or substituted 85 3, 46 | Resurr., ~Orat. i) that "the shape of the cross extending out 86 3, 49 | compensation being made in the shape of a more pleasing ~offering.~ 87 3, 54 | body has its determinate shape. But Christ's ~body appeared 88 3, 54 | the disciples "in another shape," as is evident from ~Mk. 89 3, 54 | to seem to appear another shape.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 90 3, 55 | the disciples "in ~another shape"?~(5) Whether He ought to 91 3, 55 | the disciples "in another shape"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 92 3, 55 | the ~disciples "in another shape." For a thing cannot appear 93 3, 55 | But there was only one shape in Christ. Therefore if 94 3, 55 | the ~disciples "in another shape."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 95 3, 55 | nothing can appear in another shape than the one it has, ~except 96 3, 55 | have ~appeared in another shape.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 97 3, 55 | have appeared in ~another shape.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 98 3, 55 | He appeared in ~another shape to two of them walking, 99 3, 55 | Christ appeared in His own shape to ~some who were well disposed 100 3, 55 | while He appeared in another shape ~to them who seemed to be 101 3, 55 | change His flesh so that His shape really was other than they 102 3, 55 | from the sight of a strange shape to that of Christ's true ~ 103 3, 61 | means of salvation, in the shape ~of corporeal and sensible 104 3, 72 | Ghost ~descended in a bodily shape . . . upon Him" (Lk. 3:22). 105 3, 72 | down on the apostles in the shape ~of a tongue. Which refers 106 3, 74 | Further, in natural things the shape is a sign of species. But ~ 107 3, 74 | But the resemblance as to shape in such ~seems to denote 108 3, 74 | just as the ~resemblance in shape between the dog and the 109 3, 76 | other ~accidents, such as shape, color, and the rest, so 110 Suppl, 29| sacrament should take the shape of a ~deprecatory phrase?~( 111 Suppl, 40| wear the ~tonsure in the shape of a crown. For the Lord 112 Suppl, 40| shaving and tonsure ~in the shape of a crown does not become 113 Suppl, 40| completely ~and not in the shape of a crown.~Aquin.: SMT 114 Suppl, 40| crown by reason ~of the shape. Because a crown is the 115 Suppl, 40| did not have it cut in the shape of a crown, but cut it off ~ 116 Suppl, 49| some compensation in the shape of an equal or better good. 117 Suppl, 70| cutting wood produces the shape of a ~house.~Aquin.: SMT 118 Suppl, 77| being restored to the same ~shape and position, all the parts 119 Suppl, 77| is dependent on quantity, shape, position and order of ~ 120 Suppl, 81| have the same disposition, shape and ~quantity as they now 121 Suppl, 81| different disposition in shape and quantity, so God will 122 Suppl, 81| have now, ~not indeed in shape and quantity, but in that 123 Suppl, 93| account of its circular shape, so that for this very reason 124 Suppl, 94| which is shed forth in the shape of tears. ~Wherefore in


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