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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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infinity

    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


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