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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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potentially

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1 1, 2 | fire, makes wood, which is potentially hot, to ~be actually hot, 2 1, 2 | cannot simultaneously be potentially hot; but it is simultaneously ~ 3 1, 2 | but it is simultaneously ~potentially cold. It is therefore impossible 4 1, 5 | potential being, so it is only ~potentially good. Although, according 5 1, 6 | undivided both actually and ~potentially, but the essences of compounds 6 1, 7 | not actually being, but potentially only; hence it is something ~ 7 1, 7 | even accidentally. But a potentially infinite ~multitude is possible; 8 1, 7 | infinite is to be found ~potentially in the division of the continuous, 9 1, 7 | infinite can be also found potentially in the addition of multitude.~ 10 1, 10 | them either actually or ~potentially. This appears in the heavenly 11 1, 11 | undivided, both actually and ~potentially. Whereas what is compound, 12 1, 11 | undivided actually, ~and divided potentially, as what is "one" in the 13 1, 11 | than what is ~actually and potentially indivisible; such as a point 14 1, 11 | divided neither actually nor potentially, by ~any mode of division; 15 1, 14 | intellect ~when it understands potentially; nor does the intelligible 16 1, 14 | intellect not actually, but only potentially; for were they ~actually 17 1, 18 | exist actually, but in God potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 18 1, 50 | sometimes actually and sometimes potentially, as we are. Hence it is ~ 19 1, 51 | is imperfect and exists potentially in the genus of intellectual ~ 20 1, 56 | object exists ~sometimes only potentially in the knowing faculty; 21 1, 57 | in the universal except potentially. Therefore the angel does ~ 22 1, 57 | latter are understood only potentially. But the ~images in our 23 1, 58 | it sometimes ~understands potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 24 1, 68 | is luminous actually or potentially, and ~incorruptible by nature. 25 1, 71 | produced them on that day potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 26 1, 72 | produced then otherwise ~than potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 27 1, 74 | that they were produced ~potentially. Now the opinion of Augustine, 28 1, 74 | in the earth," that is, potentially. And this work ~Augustine 29 1, 75 | given a thing which knows potentially, ~and afterwards knows actually, 30 1, 75 | not actually, but only potentially; thus color ~is not actually 31 1, 75 | pupil of the eye, but only potentially. Hence it ~is necessary, 32 1, 75 | that sometimes a ~man is potentially understanding; it seems 33 1, 76 | individual, and be only ~potentially something understood; so 34 1, 76 | physical body which has life potentially." Therefore ~the soul is 35 1, 76 | since it ~is a being only potentially; indeed everything that 36 1, 76 | organic body which has life ~potentially"; and that this potentiality " 37 1, 76 | is organic, and has life potentially. Yet the first act is ~said 38 1, 76 | organic body having life potentially."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 39 1, 77 | act of a body having life potentially"; which potentiality, ~however, " 40 1, 51 | sometimes actually and sometimes potentially, as we are. Hence it is ~ 41 1, 52 | is imperfect and exists potentially in the genus of intellectual ~ 42 1, 57 | object exists ~sometimes only potentially in the knowing faculty; 43 1, 58 | in the universal except potentially. Therefore the angel does ~ 44 1, 58 | latter are understood only potentially. But the ~images in our 45 1, 59 | it sometimes ~understands potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 46 1, 69 | is luminous actually or potentially, and ~incorruptible by nature. 47 1, 71 | produced them on that day potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 48 1, 71 | produced then otherwise ~than potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 49 1, 73 | that they were produced ~potentially. Now the opinion of Augustine, 50 1, 73 | in the earth," that is, potentially. And this work ~Augustine 51 1, 74 | given a thing which knows potentially, ~and afterwards knows actually, 52 1, 74 | not actually, but only potentially; thus color ~is not actually 53 1, 74 | pupil of the eye, but only potentially. Hence it ~is necessary, 54 1, 74 | that sometimes a ~man is potentially understanding; it seems 55 1, 75 | individual, and be only ~potentially something understood; so 56 1, 75 | physical body which has life potentially." Therefore ~the soul is 57 1, 75 | since it ~is a being only potentially; indeed everything that 58 1, 75 | organic body which has life ~potentially"; and that this potentiality " 59 1, 75 | is organic, and has life potentially. Yet the first act is ~said 60 1, 75 | organic body having life potentially."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 61 1, 76 | act of a body having life potentially"; which potentiality, ~however, " 62 1, 83 | lightness, then that ~which only potentially moves upwards must needs 63 1, 83 | upwards must needs be only potentially ~light, but that which actually 64 1, 83 | compared to the pupil which is potentially colored. ~It may, however, 65 1, 84 | whole, which contains parts potentially, but also of the ~integral 66 1, 84 | in ~the more universal is potentially contained not only the less 67 1, 84 | is ~undivided, although potentially divisible: and this indivisible 68 1, 84 | divided either ~actually or potentially. And this indivisible is 69 1, 84 | there is no point, save potentially. Euclid defines a ~finite 70 1, 85 | exist actually, but only potentially, in the sense of ~one succeeding 71 1, 85 | Therefore infinity is ~potentially in our mind through its 72 1, 85 | know the infinite, but only potentially as explained above.~Aquin.: 73 1, 85 | and this is to know them ~potentially and confusedly.~Aquin.: 74 1, 86 | eye does ~not see what is potentially, but what is actually colored. 75 1, 86 | essence the human mind is potentially ~understanding. Hence it 76 1, 86 | the intellect being thus potentially infinite, as ~explained 77 1, 87 | intellect is "all ~things potentially," and the active intellect 78 1, 89 | act pre-exists in matter potentially. But the soul is the act 79 1, 90 | the perception, but only potentially; either in such a way that ~ 80 1, 118 | nourishes inasmuch as it is potentially ~flesh."~Aquin.: SMT FP 81 1, 118 | is it the whole, ~though potentially, having the power, derived 82 2, 2 | knowing actually, from ~being potentially knowing; and actually virtuous, 83 2, 2 | actually virtuous, from being potentially ~virtuous. Now since potentiality 84 2, 3 | which has a form can ~be potentially operating, just as he who 85 2, 3 | just as he who knows is potentially ~considering. And hence 86 2, 5 | such actually: thus what is potentially hot, is ~made actually hot, 87 2, 5 | actually hot. But man is ~potentially happy. Therefore he can 88 2, 14 | counsel from being infinite potentially, ~for as much as an infinite 89 2, 14 | not actually, but only potentially.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 90 2, 27 | arises from one thing having potentially ~and by way of inclination, 91 2, 30 | inasmuch as it contains ~potentially an infinite number of singulars.~ 92 2, 32 | another, either ~actually or potentially. And since real conjunction 93 2, 36 | causes sorrow, as acting not potentially ~but actually, i.e. by causing 94 2, 46 | just ~as a genus contains potentially many differences, according 95 2, 52 | is not already white, is potentially white, as not yet ~possessing 96 2, 56 | respect, not of what it is potentially, but of what it is actually: ~ 97 2, 63 | so ~far as they pre-exist potentially in matter; and partly from 98 2, 60 | it merely ~virtually or potentially, and so were he to be indemnified 99 2, 152 | more than one who ~is a man potentially, and from this point of 100 2, 178 | one may be in this life ~potentially and not with regard to act, 101 3, 8 | Church, are in the Church potentially. And this potentiality is 102 3, 8 | of Christ actually, but potentially; except, ~perhaps, imperfectly, 103 3, 11 | is greater than that of a potentially or habitually existing ~ 104 3, 11 | actually, and sometimes potentially. But the medium between 105 3, 21 | rise ~pertains to what is potentially and not actually above. 106 3, 31 | actually a ~part, but is potentially the whole, as stated in 107 3, 31 | but blood, which is ~flesh potentially.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 108 3, 31 | blood which was her flesh ~potentially. Now, whatever was in the 109 3, 76 | actually undivided, but potentially divisible. And ~therefore 110 Suppl, 3 | whole, ~loves its parts potentially although not actually, and 111 Suppl, 16| respect both actually and potentially: so that there ~is no comparison 112 Suppl, 29| is neither actually nor ~potentially several - as a point, and 113 Suppl, 29| which is actually one, but potentially several - as a line. ~Thirdly, 114 Suppl, 54| matter whereby a thing is potentially: for instance, charcoal 115 Suppl, 54| into the menstrual fluid is potentially flesh and bone.~Aquin.: 116 Suppl, 54| it, but infinite points potentially, any one of which being ~ 117 Suppl, 77| generation because they are potentially flesh and bone. ~Therefore 118 Suppl, 84| time, however short, is potentially an infinite ~number of instants. 119 Suppl, 89| in a restricted sense and potentially: and much less is it to


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