Part, Question
1 1, 2  But this cannot go on to infinity, because then there ~would
2 1, 2  not possible to go on to ~infinity, because in all efficient
3 1, 2  is ~possible to go on to infinity, there will be no first
4 1, 2  is impossible to go on to infinity in necessary ~things which
5 1, 3  His perfection; (3) His infinity; ~(4) His immutability; (
6 1, 3  as such, is ~divisible to infinity; it is therefore impossible
7 1, 6  must either ~proceed to infinity, or come to some goodness
8 1, 7  7] Out. Para. 1/2  THE INFINITY OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~After
9 1, 7  must consider the divine ~infinity, and God's existence in
10 1, 7  erred also concerning its infinity; forasmuch as they ~asserted
11 1, 7  first principle a material infinity to the effect that ~some
12 1, 7  magnitude can be increased to infinity. ~Therefore it is possible
13 1, 7  number can be ~multiplied to infinity. Therefore it is possible
14 1, 7  something ~dependent on an infinity for its existence; and hence
15 1, 7  by another ~multitude to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4]
16 1, 9  said of God, who by His infinity fills all ~places, as was
17 1, 11  we should be driven on to infinity. Hence we must adhere to
18 1, 11  this is proved from the infinity of His perfection. For it
19 1, 12  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The infinity of matter not made perfect
20 1, 12  by the form; whereas the infinity ~of the form not limited
21 1, 12  in the degree of His own infinity. In this sense we now take ~
22 1, 14  more nearly to ~a kind of infinity. Therefore it is clear that
23 1, 14  understands Himself; and so on to infinity. Therefore the act of God'
24 1, 14  hence it need not proceed to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[
25 1, 14  which will be multiplied to infinity as ~rational creatures go
26 1, 21  since we cannot ~go on to infinity, we must come to something
27 1, 25  said, when we discussed the infinity of the ~divine essence (
28 1, 25  Philosopher is here speaking of an infinity in regard ~to matter not
29 1, 25  limited by any form; and such infinity belongs to quantity. ~But
30 1, 30  person another; and so to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[
31 1, 45  create it, and so on to infinity. Therefore creation is not ~
32 1, 45  above ~when treating of the infinity of God (Q[7], AA[2],3,4).
33 1, 46  impossible to proceed to infinity ~"per se"  thus, there
34 1, 46  by the hand, and so on to infinity. But it is ~not impossible
35 1, 46  impossible to proceed to infinity "accidentally" as regards
36 1, 46  be ~generated by man to infinity; but such a thing would
37 1, 46  on the sun, and so on to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[
38 1, 46  for there to be an ~actual infinity of souls, as appears from
39 1, 46  a thing is an accidental infinity. But this was disproved ~
40 1, 47  but of itself tends to infinity, ~and the infinite is opposed
41 1, 48  multiplied and intensified ~to infinity, but only to a certain limit,
42 1, 48  bodies were interposed to infinity between the sun and ~the
43 1, 49  But we cannot proceed to infinity in this ~matter. Therefore,
44 1, 49  evil we do not proceed to infinity, but ~reduce all evils to
45 1, 53  movable body only exhausts the infinity of the intermediate places ~
46 1, 54  action of its own nature has infinity, either ~simple or relative.
47 1, 54  As an example of simple infinity, we have the act "to ~understand,"
48 1, 62  thus we should go on to infinity. Therefore the angel did
49 1, 62  there is no need to go on to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[
50 1, 46  create it, and so on to infinity. Therefore creation is not ~
51 1, 46  above ~when treating of the infinity of God (Q[7], AA[2],3,4).
52 1, 47  impossible to proceed to infinity ~"per se"  thus, there
53 1, 47  by the hand, and so on to infinity. But it is ~not impossible
54 1, 47  impossible to proceed to infinity "accidentally" as regards
55 1, 47  be ~generated by man to infinity; but such a thing would
56 1, 47  on the sun, and so on to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[
57 1, 47  for there to be an ~actual infinity of souls, as appears from
58 1, 47  a thing is an accidental infinity. But this was disproved ~
59 1, 48  but of itself tends to infinity, ~and the infinite is opposed
60 1, 49  multiplied and intensified ~to infinity, but only to a certain limit,
61 1, 49  bodies were interposed to infinity between the sun and ~the
62 1, 50  But we cannot proceed to infinity in this ~matter. Therefore,
63 1, 50  evil we do not proceed to infinity, but ~reduce all evils to
64 1, 54  movable body only exhausts the infinity of the intermediate places ~
65 1, 55  action of its own nature has infinity, either ~simple or relative.
66 1, 55  As an example of simple infinity, we have the act "to ~understand,"
67 1, 63  thus we should go on to infinity. Therefore the angel did
68 1, 63  there is no need to go on to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[
69 1, 85  species." ~But there is an infinity of species in some genera,
70 1, 85  Phys. iii, 6. Therefore infinity is ~potentially in our mind
71 1, 85  us to have a habit of an infinity of things ~distinctly known,
72 1, 85  already considered the entire infinity ~thereof, counting them
73 1, 103  is a consequence of the ~infinity of the Divine power. To
74 2, 1  but that ~we proceed to infinity. For good is essentially
75 2, 1  reason can be multiplied to ~infinity: thus mathematical quantities
76 2, 1  is it possible to go to infinity ~since if there were no
77 2, 1  other hand, nothing hinders infinity from being in things that ~
78 2, 1  there is an accidental infinity of ends, and of things ordained
79 2, 2  corporeal organ, has a certain ~infinity in regard to the body and
80 2, 5  and heating would go on to infinity. But the light of glory, ~
81 2, 7  thing ~may be subject to an infinity of accidents; hence the
82 2, 7  of their uncertainty and infinity. But such like ~accidents
83 2, 9  process could not go on to ~infinity. Wherefore we must, of necessity,
84 2, 17  we must ~needs proceed to infinity; because the act of the
85 2, 17  the ~reason, and so on to infinity. But to proceed to infinity
86 2, 17  infinity. But to proceed to infinity is not ~possible. Therefore
87 2, 17  is no need ~to proceed to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[
88 2, 18  process ~of nature go on to infinity, there must needs be some
89 2, 30  end. But where there ~is infinity there is no end (Metaph.
90 2, 30  is ~potential successive infinity, so can this kind of concupiscence
91 2, 30  the reason to ~proceed to infinity. Hence he that desires riches,
92 2, 30  more desired, and ~so on to infinity; just as, if a white thing
93 2, 52  definiteness, on account of the infinity of matter. Others, on ~the
94 2, 95  since it may go on to ~infinity. Therefore this division
95 2, 109  since ~it cannot go on to infinity, we must come at length
96 2, 109  first grace; ~and thus to infinity, which is impossible. Hence
97 2, 109  otherwise we should go ~on to infinity. But we must presuppose
98 2, 109  Hence we ~need not go to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[
99 2, 109  Therefore we must go on to infinity; which is ~impossible. Hence
100 2, 19  goodness, ~is to deny the infinity of God's goodness and mercy,
101 2, 22  to God, this proves the ~infinity of the Divine power, which
102 2, 45  Nevertheless experience reduces the infinity of singulars to a ~certain
103 2, 45  consequently extends to an ~infinity of singulars.~Aquin.: SMT
104 2, 75  knows no limit and tends to infinity. Hence trading, considered
105 3, 1  against God has a kind of ~infinity from the infinity of the
106 3, 1  kind of ~infinity from the infinity of the Divine majesty, because
107 3, 1  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The infinity of Divine power is shown
108 3, 3  Person, on account of its infinity, that there should be a ~
109 3, 7  because of ~the aforesaid infinity of grace, and because of
110 3, 7  Perhaps we ~should read 'infinity'  Ed.] of the Divine Person,
111 3, 10  they would have a relative infinity, i.e. in ~multitude; but,
112 3, 10  species, which in a manner has infinity, inasmuch as it can be ~
113 3, 10  more sublime ~degree by the infinity of the Divine power.~
114 3, 84  did they err against the infinity of Divine mercy, which surpasses
115 Suppl, 4  whence it derives a ~certain infinity; wherefore contrition ought
116 Suppl, 6  the aversion, sin derives infinity, in which ~respect the remission
117 Suppl, 13 offense derived a certain infinity from the ~infinity of the
118 Suppl, 13 certain infinity from the ~infinity of the Divine majesty, so
119 Suppl, 13 satisfaction derive a certain ~infinity from the infinity of Divine
120 Suppl, 13 certain ~infinity from the infinity of Divine mercy, in so far
121 Suppl, 70 of the soul, and so on to infinity, and if we have ~to stop
