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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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distance

    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | powerful it may be, acts at ~a distance, except through a medium. 2 1, 12 | for there is an infinite ~distance between them. Therefore 3 1, 13 | but rather ~express the distance of the creature from Him, 4 1, 13 | from ~each other. But the distance of some creatures makes 5 1, 18 | can move themselves to a distance by progressive movement. ~ 6 1, 33 | the cause and the effect a distance of perfection or of power: ~ 7 1, 43 | them, for mission implies distance, whereas Christ, as ~man, 8 1, 45 | OBJ 4: Further, infinite distance cannot be crossed. But infinite ~ 9 1, 45 | be crossed. But infinite ~distance exists between being and 10 1, 45 | agent in ~proportion to the distance of the potentiality from 11 1, 67 | kinds. For even the word distance is derived from the idea 12 1, 43 | them, for mission implies distance, whereas Christ, as ~man, 13 1, 46 | OBJ 4: Further, infinite distance cannot be crossed. But infinite ~ 14 1, 46 | be crossed. But infinite ~distance exists between being and 15 1, 46 | agent in ~proportion to the distance of the potentiality from 16 1, 68 | kinds. For even the word distance is derived from the idea 17 1, 77 | necessaries of ~life from a distance. And there are some living 18 1, 77 | subject ~or of its local distance, as in the movement of growth 19 1, 88 | acquired?~(7) Whether local distance impedes the separated soul' 20 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Whether local distance impedes the knowledge in 21 1, 88 | It would seem that local distance impedes the separated soul' 22 1, 88 | themselves. Therefore local distance impedes the ~knowledge in 23 1, 88 | knowledge was impeded by local distance; which, therefore, is a 24 1, 88 | 3: Further, as there is distance of place, so is there distance 25 1, 88 | distance of place, so is there distance of ~time. But distance of 26 1, 88 | there distance of ~time. But distance of time impedes knowledge 27 1, 88 | Therefore it seems that distance of ~place also impedes its 28 1, 88 | afar off." Therefore local ~distance does not impede knowledge 29 1, 88 | it might be that local ~distance would impede its knowledge; 30 1, 88 | either case a ~determinate distance would be necessary. This 31 1, 88 | is not ~hindered by local distance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 32 1, 88 | as if impeded by local ~distance; but for some other cause, 33 1, 88 | powers, which require local distance. In the same book he expressly 34 1, 88 | Hence ~we cannot argue from distance of time to distance of place.~ 35 1, 88 | from distance of time to distance of place.~Aquin.: SMT FP 36 1, 88 | must be by ~reason of local distance; which has been shown to 37 1, 88 | from the obstacle ~of local distance, but from the cause mentioned 38 1, 92 | approach, as of something at a distance.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 39 1, 101 | be known, flowed for some distance underground, and then ~sprang 40 1, 106 | speech is subject to local distance?~(5) Whether all the speech 41 1, 106 | Para. 1/1~Whether local distance influences the angelic speech?~ 42 1, 106 | It would seem that local distance affects the angelic speech. 43 1, 106 | cries out on account of the distance of the ~hearer. But it is 44 1, 106 | the angelic speech local distance has some effect.~Aquin.: 45 1, 106 | notwithstanding the local distance (Lk. 16:24). Much less therefore 46 1, 106 | less therefore does ~local distance impede the speech of one 47 1, 106 | difference of time nor local distance has any influence whatever. ~ 48 1, 106 | the angelic speech local distance is no impediment.~Aquin.: 49 1, 106 | who speaks. But ~as local distance does not prevent one angel 50 1, 106 | by reason of ~the local distance; but is taken to signify 51 1, 106 | another. For unequal local distance is the reason why all men 52 1, 106 | the angelic speech local distance ~has no effect, as above 53 1, 106 | through the obstacle of local distance, but on ~account of the 54 1, 114 | matter, both as to local distance ~and as to other conditions, 55 1, 114 | effect. Therefore as ~local distance hinders the effect of a 56 1, 116 | with them to a ~certain distance: in the same way as a new 57 1, 117 | a body, the greater the distance to which its heat ~carries. 58 2, 7 | Metaph. x, 4, "the notion of distance has been transferred from 59 2, 13 | appetizing and at an equal distance, he is not moved towards 60 2, 15 | thus it implies a certain distance from ~that to which assent 61 2, 42 | for, on account of the distance, ~such a thing is considered 62 2, 66 | nature, imply a certain distance from the ~object: since 63 2, 86 | when movement ceases, local distance is not removed, ~so neither, 64 2, 14 | perceives its object from a ~distance or is able by penetration 65 2, 14 | through a medium of corporeal distance, but through certain ~other 66 2, 22 | good, whereas hope implies distance ~therefrom. Hence charity 67 2, 23 | by God's absence, because distance ~from Him is effected not 68 2, 169 | that is, speak from a distance, "and foretell the truth ~ 69 2, 172 | power is, the greater the distance ~to which it extends. Now 70 3, 2 | Further, the greater the distance between things united, the 71 3, 56 | shall rise again, ~owing to distance of time and place; and similarly 72 3, 76 | distant. for a determinate distance of the individual parts ~ 73 3, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: The determinate distance of parts in an organic body 74 3, 76 | in this sacrament; such distance of parts is indeed in Christ' 75 3, 76 | sacrament according to ~such distance, but according to the manner 76 Suppl, 25| as one who comes from a distance (which would appear unjust); ~ 77 Suppl, 25| those who come ~perhaps a distance of a thousand days' journey: 78 Suppl, 50| on account of too great a distance separating them, and thus 79 Suppl, 54| persons, whereby is known the distance between them." Now since ~ 80 Suppl, 54| is a kind of propinquity, distance between persons is ~opposed 81 Suppl, 54| between them, since the distance from one ~extreme to the 82 Suppl, 54| identity and too great a distance do away with degrees of ~ 83 Suppl, 54| because ~they are at that distance from the common stock. Hence, 84 Suppl, 54| is no propinquity without distance. Hence not every distance 85 Suppl, 54| distance. Hence not every distance is ~opposed to consanguinity, 86 Suppl, 55| of their separation and distance from one another it ~happens 87 Suppl, 56| marriage, because in one the distance is ~greater, and in the 88 Suppl, 70| able to act ~at a fixed distance in proportion to its power. 89 Suppl, 70| action can reach to such a ~distance. Therefore it does not seem 90 Suppl, 72| removed from us. Since then distance does not prevent these things, 91 Suppl, 79| be ~proportionate to the distance of the object seen: because 92 Suppl, 79| is seen ~from a greater distance is less seen and at a lesser 93 Suppl, 79| things within ~a certain distance, and that consequently it 94 Suppl, 79| a thing from a ~greater distance than we see now: and this 95 Suppl, 79| odor from a very ~great distance, whereas it would be impossible 96 Suppl, 79| sensible objects at an equal distance exercise their influence 97 Suppl, 79| stronger sight can see from a distance more ~than a weaker sight; 98 Suppl, 79| because the greater the distance the smaller the ~angle at 99 Suppl, 79| therefore from a much greater distance.~ 100 Suppl, 80| the place, and that the ~distance between the bounds of a 101 Suppl, 80| is commensurate with the distance ~between the bounds of the 102 Suppl, 80| because it is placed at a distance from another (in which case ~ 103 Suppl, 80| place and at a certain fixed distance from one another. Wherefore 104 Suppl, 80| measured according to equal distance ~from the extremes, but 105 Suppl, 81| perceive from a greater distance than non-glorified ~bodies. 106 Suppl, 81| reaches ~equally soon to any distance, like the sun's ray." Therefore 107 Suppl, 81| privation there is no fixed distance: wherefore that which is 108 Suppl, 81| greater, according as the distance is greater. ~Now it is impossible 109 Suppl, 85| be visible from a great ~distance.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[88] A[ 110 Suppl, 89| essence, since ~an infinite distance separates them. Therefore 111 Suppl, 89| they were moved by ~the distance which separates our intellect 112 Suppl, 89| Reply OBJ 7: Likeness and distance are twofold. One is according 113 Suppl, 90| movements, terms ~of movement, distance and the like are derived 114 Suppl, 92| there is still an infinite distance ~between them.~Aquin.: SMT 115 Suppl, 92| somewhat on account of the ~distance of the beloved: for which


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