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hostile 18
hostility 1
hosts 25
hot 117
hotbed 1
hotter 9
hottest 2
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118 unbecoming
117 beget
117 comprised
117 hot
117 incarnate
117 medicine
117 overcome
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hot

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1 1, 2 | that ~which is actually hot, as fire, makes wood, which 2 1, 2 | wood, which is potentially hot, to ~be actually hot, and 3 1, 2 | potentially hot, to ~be actually hot, and thereby moves and changes 4 1, 2 | respects. For what is actually ~hot cannot simultaneously be 5 1, 2 | simultaneously be potentially hot; but it is simultaneously ~ 6 1, 2 | heat, is the cause of ~all hot things. Therefore there 7 1, 4 | it is clear that if some hot ~thing has not the whole 8 1, 13 | heat, although the ~sun is hot only in an equivocal sense. 9 1, 14 | else in so far as ~they are hot; so God, through knowing 10 1, 14 | of God; as everything is hot in so far as it ~participates 11 1, 19 | of heat, as being itself hot; whereas an architect is 12 1, 27 | agent to the thing made hot. Rather it is to ~be understood 13 1, 29 | that fire is a ~simple, hot, and dry body: for proper 14 1, 42 | as being more, ~or less, hot; forasmuch as it is more 15 1, 53 | successively, as it gets hot ~successively; and because 16 1, 65 | different bodies that are hot ~receive their heat from 17 1, 75 | for instance, what is not hot does not give heat. ~Secondly, 18 1, 75 | heat, but that what is hot gives heat. We must conclude, 19 1, 75 | when we say that what is hot ~gives heat by its heat; 20 1, 76 | be simply, but only to be hot. Therefore by the coming 21 1, 76 | heat is the act of what is hot, and ~light of what is lucid; 22 1, 76 | between contraries, such as hot and ~cold, wet and dry, 23 1, 76 | matter to be apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, 24 1, 77 | proceeds from something hot, which is ~the active principle, 25 1, 42 | as being more, ~or less, hot; forasmuch as it is more 26 1, 54 | successively, as it gets hot ~successively; and because 27 1, 66 | different bodies that are hot ~receive their heat from 28 1, 74 | for instance, what is not hot does not give heat. ~Secondly, 29 1, 74 | heat, but that what is hot gives heat. We must conclude, 30 1, 74 | when we say that what is hot ~gives heat by its heat; 31 1, 75 | be simply, but only to be hot. Therefore by the coming 32 1, 75 | heat is the act of what is hot, and ~light of what is lucid; 33 1, 75 | between contraries, such as hot and ~cold, wet and dry, 34 1, 75 | matter to be apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, 35 1, 76 | proceeds from something hot, which is ~the active principle, 36 1, 77 | sensitive soul"; for though hot and ~cold, wet and dry, 37 1, 77 | several contraries; such ~as hot or cold, damp or dry, and 38 1, 77 | hand that touches something hot becomes hot, while the tongue 39 1, 77 | touches something hot becomes hot, while the tongue is ~moistened 40 1, 77 | as the proximate genus of hot and cold is unnamed.~Aquin.: 41 1, 84 | such as being cold or hot, hard or soft, and the like: 42 1, 101 | too far off; and never too hot, because, ~although the 43 1, 101 | overhead, are extremely hot on account of the mere ~ 44 1, 103 | build; and water remains hot for some time after the 45 1, 103 | in "being." This is why hot water retains heat after 46 1, 105 | for instance, the less hot is made ~hotter by the presence 47 1, 107 | cannot communicate it; as the hot thing which can ~communicate 48 1, 107 | tepid seems cold compared to hot, and hot compared to ~cold. 49 1, 107 | cold compared to hot, and hot compared to ~cold. So the " 50 1, 114 | of the elements, such as hot and cold and the like. If ~ 51 2, 5 | thus what is potentially hot, is ~made actually hot, 52 2, 5 | potentially hot, is ~made actually hot, by something that is actually 53 2, 5 | something that is actually hot. But man is ~potentially 54 2, 5 | something else: for instance a hot ~thing heats through heat. 55 2, 6 | added to it: thus what is hot of itself, as long as it 56 2, 6 | as it remains, is still ~hot, whatever be added to it. 57 2, 10 | thing always: as "being ~hot" is in fire. But no movement 58 2, 20 | same in both: thus when a ~hot thing heats, the heat of 59 2, 22 | instance, when they become hot or ~cold, or undergo some 60 2, 28 | Seraphim's love, ~includes "hot" and "piercing" and "most 61 2, 31 | animal, ~namely, of things hot and cold and the like. Wherefore 62 2, 31 | thus it is natural to this hot water to give heat. ~Consequently 63 2, 31 | contrary ~to another, such as hot and cold, of which the former 64 2, 35 | intensity of movement: for "hot water freezes quicker and 65 2, 37 | contrary; for instance, hot water is more ~accessible 66 2, 48 | present: hence we see that hot water freezes harder, as 67 2, 48 | with greater force on the hot object. Since then the ~ 68 2, 52 | that which from being less hot becomes more hot, is said ~ 69 2, 52 | being less hot becomes more hot, is said ~to be altered. 70 2, 52 | supposing an alteration as to hot and cold, there follows ~ 71 2, 52 | text. 84): "That which ~is hot is made hotter, without 72 2, 52 | in the matter, something hot, that ~was not hot, when 73 2, 52 | something hot, that ~was not hot, when the thing was less 74 2, 52 | when the thing was less hot." Therefore, in like manner, ~ 75 2, 52 | something is made actually hot, ~beginning, as it were, 76 2, 52 | something is made more hot, as it were ~participating 77 2, 52 | the ~same form (as when a hot thing is added to another, 78 2, 52 | a more white or a ~more hot thing, but a greater white 79 2, 52 | but a greater white or hot thing.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 80 2, 52 | But that which is less hot or white, is not in potentiality ~ 81 2, 53 | ceasing to make something hot. Therefore ~neither are 82 2, 67 | a ~thing from being less hot is made more hot (Phys. 83 2, 67 | being less hot is made more hot (Phys. v, text. 19). And 84 2, 72 | distinct with reference to hot and cold. On the other hand, 85 2, 77 | to the effect: thus if a hot thing causes ~something 86 2, 81 | fire heats ~better than hot water does. Now a man transmits 87 2, 83 | heating fire more than in the hot water. Now the soul is ~ 88 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a hot thing naturally consumes 89 2, 85 | human life ~is preserved by hot and moist elements. Since 90 2, 87 | energy, for which reason "hot ~water freezes more rapidly," 91 2, 88 | production of the ~effect, as a hot thing heats: and there is 92 2, 90 | fire, which is chief among hot things, is the cause of 93 2, 90 | and these are said to be hot in so far as they have a ~ 94 2, 109 | befitting its nature, as hot water returns by itself 95 2, 111 | is to make ~its subject hot, and to give heat outwardly. 96 2, 53 | although that which is hot may become cold.~Aquin.: 97 2, 56 | that heat makes a thing hot, but fire by heat, although 98 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 3: The trial by hot iron or boiling water is 99 2, 93 | by means of the trial by hot iron or ~boiling water, 100 2, 139 | sense of food, for food is hot or cold, wet or ~dry." To 101 2, 177 | contained in them, as tepid in hot and cold, and pale in white ~ 102 3, 7 | cause of heat in other ~hot things, is of all things 103 3, 8 | same heat whereby fire is hot and whereby it heats. Yet 104 3, 9 | are heated must itself be hot. Now man is in ~potentiality 105 3, 13 | nature extends to; as what is hot gives ~heat. Therefore since 106 3, 62 | own heat ~makes something hot. In this way none but God 107 Suppl, 17| directed to make a thing hot ~and to melt it. And since 108 Suppl, 69| sharing a same quality: thus hot things ~have something in 109 Suppl, 72| Thus the virtue whereby hot ~water can heat is no indication 110 Suppl, 72| quality, such as ~heat in hot water, or a kind of intention 111 Suppl, 72| violent action: thus ~in hot water we see that by virtue 112 Suppl, 79| is ~heated by touching a hot object, or becomes fragrant 113 Suppl, 80| body the fact of ~its being hot or cold, heavy or light, 114 Suppl, 80| the tangible qualities are hot and cold and so forth, which 115 Suppl, 83| instance a thing that is hot makes another thing hot, 116 Suppl, 83| hot makes another thing hot, and ~fire generates fire. 117 Suppl, 88| a ~heavenly body, so are hot and cold, wet and dry. qualities


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