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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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movable

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | itself; ~therefore God is movable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[9] A[1] 2 1, 10 | corresponds to what is movable; and ~the thing movable 3 1, 10 | movable; and ~the thing movable has the same one subject 4 1, 10 | to whatever is naturally movable, but is ~not actually in 5 1, 13 | as motive power and the ~movable thing, father and son, and 6 1, 46 | because movement is only ~in a movable thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 46 | of the mover, or in the movable thing, there cannot arise 8 1, 46 | same state: but the first ~movable thing was not always so, 9 1, 46 | the existence of eternal movable things, but not ~eternal 10 1, 46 | that from the moment that movable things began to ~exist movement 11 1, 50 | that "an angel ~is an ever movable intellectual substance." 12 1, 51 | represented by the assumed ~movable body. For as in the Sacred 13 1, 52 | in a place, but ~only a movable body." But an angel is not 14 1, 53 | regarding a body which ~is movable according to place, that 15 1, 53 | 2] Body Para. 3/4~Now a movable body only exhausts the infinity 16 1, 53 | numbered. If, therefore, any movable body be moved, but not by ~ 17 1, 53 | measures ~movement, the movable subject is in various dispositions; 18 1, 53 | proportion of the ~mover and the movable, but on account of the proportion 19 1, 58 | as are composite, things movable ~immovably, and material 20 1, 62 | which he intends to lead the movable subject; ~because intention 21 1, 64 | whereby it is moved, as the movable by its mover. For the ~sensitive 22 1, 66 | all sensible bodies are movable, and the ~empyrean heaven 23 1, 66 | empyrean heaven is not movable. For if it were so, its 24 1, 66 | Sensible corporeal things are movable in the present state ~of 25 1, 66 | which is related only to the movable subject.~Aquin.: SMT FP 26 1, 68 | sphere, and the primary ~movable body that moves with diurnal 27 1, 76 | unreasonable that the same movable thing be moved by ~several 28 1, 76 | established in its being as movable by the ~soul. If, however, 29 1, 47 | because movement is only ~in a movable thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 30 1, 47 | of the mover, or in the movable thing, there cannot arise 31 1, 47 | same state: but the first ~movable thing was not always so, 32 1, 47 | the existence of eternal movable things, but not ~eternal 33 1, 47 | that from the moment that movable things began to ~exist movement 34 1, 51 | that "an angel ~is an ever movable intellectual substance." 35 1, 52 | represented by the assumed ~movable body. For as in the Sacred 36 1, 53 | in a place, but ~only a movable body." But an angel is not 37 1, 54 | regarding a body which ~is movable according to place, that 38 1, 54 | 2] Body Para. 3/4~Now a movable body only exhausts the infinity 39 1, 54 | numbered. If, therefore, any movable body be moved, but not by ~ 40 1, 54 | measures ~movement, the movable subject is in various dispositions; 41 1, 54 | proportion of the ~mover and the movable, but on account of the proportion 42 1, 59 | as are composite, things movable ~immovably, and material 43 1, 63 | which he intends to lead the movable subject; ~because intention 44 1, 65 | whereby it is moved, as the movable by its mover. For the ~sensitive 45 1, 67 | all sensible bodies are movable, and the ~empyrean heaven 46 1, 67 | empyrean heaven is not movable. For if it were so, its 47 1, 67 | Sensible corporeal things are movable in the present state ~of 48 1, 67 | which is related only to the movable subject.~Aquin.: SMT FP 49 1, 69 | sphere, and the primary ~movable body that moves with diurnal 50 1, 75 | unreasonable that the same movable thing be moved by ~several 51 1, 75 | established in its being as movable by the ~soul. If, however, 52 1, 78 | to time as immovable to movable. And thus Boethius compared 53 1, 78 | to another. But the same movable thing passes ~through the 54 1, 79 | Now things passive and movable are ~differentiated according 55 1, 79 | be proportionate to the ~movable, and the active to the passive: 56 1, 81 | the ~mover to the thing movable. But the movement of the 57 1, 81 | But the movement of the movable necessarily ~follows the 58 1, 81 | causes movement in the thing ~movable, when the power of the mover 59 1, 81 | mover exceeds the thing movable, so that ~its entire capacity 60 1, 81 | power precedes ~the thing movable, and as the active precedes 61 1, 83 | an immovable science of movable ~things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 62 1, 102 | movement is the act of a ~movable thing, caused by the moving 63 1, 102 | Consequently, various movable things must be moved variously, 64 1, 104 | For nothing can move a movable ~thing sufficiently unless 65 1, 104 | potentiality of the thing movable. Now the potentiality ~of 66 1, 104 | same movement belong to two movable ~things. Therefore if the 67 1, 112 | that ~in all things the movable and variable are moved and 68 1, 114 | those things ~which are most movable. Now the heavenly bodies 69 1, 114 | ii, 10), ~to suppose a movable principle, which by reason 70 2, 9 | because ~movement of the movable results from motion of the 71 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the movable is moved on the mover being 72 2, 10 | the intrinsic principle in movable things. In ~this sense nature 73 2, 10 | to the will as mover to movable, as ~stated in De Anima 74 2, 10 | be sufficient, moves the ~movable of necessity. Therefore 75 2, 13 | movement is the act of the ~movable, caused by a mover." Wherefore 76 2, 102 | of wood, ~not fixed but movable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 77 2, 105 | sold in perpetuity, like movable goods. ~Because the number 78 2, 111 | mind is rendered easily movable by the Holy ~Ghost to the 79 2, 18 | because resistance of the movable subject to the mover ~hinders 80 2, 84 | Church ~something whether movable or immovable to be delivered 81 2, 97 | and those things, whether ~movable or immovable, that are deputed 82 2, 102 | through lack of order in ~the movable with regard to its mover, 83 2, 185 | manner if religious receive movable ~goods from the faithful 84 2, 186 | riches in common, whether in movable or in ~immovable property, 85 3, 62 | Phys. ~iv, "a vessel is a movable place," and an accident 86 Suppl, 55| the motive power and the ~movable, or between master and servant; 87 Suppl, 72| the movement of the first movable body ceases, mutual ~action 88 Suppl, 81| the mover overcoming the movable, although there be no ~resistance 89 Suppl, 81| mover in comparison with the movable. Consequently it is clear 90 Suppl, 81| proportion of the mover to the ~movable, because the movement is 91 Suppl, 81| in ~comparison with the movable, as when one line is added 92 Suppl, 81| only the resistance of the movable to the moving power, but ~ 93 Suppl, 81| comparison with the resisting movable, no matter in what way it ~ 94 Suppl, 81| something extrinsic. For the ~movable must needs always resist 95 Suppl, 81| their movers. Sometimes ~the movable resists the power of the 96 Suppl, 81| save on the part ~of the movable, as in the heavenly bodies, 97 Suppl, 81| proportion of the mover to the movable, and the ~Philosopher's 98 Suppl, 81| resistance is offered by both the movable and the medium, the ~quantity 99 Suppl, 81| with the resistance of both movable and medium together. Hence ~ 100 Suppl, 81| to the resistance of the movable. Nor ~will there be any 101 Suppl, 81| does the resistance of the movable, so that the resistance 102 Suppl, 81| instantaneous, because the movable body itself will resist 103 Suppl, 81| unless the resistance of the movable were overcome altogether. 104 Suppl, 81| although the resistance of the movable to the mover, that results 105 Suppl, 83| may be withdrawn from a movable in two ~ways: first through 106 Suppl, 88| of movement in the first ~movable body, plants and animals 107 Suppl, 94| the movement of the first ~movable being being at an end, there 108 Appen1, 1| cessation of the first movable which is the cause of all


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