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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | lines would be infinitely distant from each other; and thus 2 1, 8 | things. Hence nothing is distant from ~Him, as if it could 3 1, 8 | But things are said to be ~distant from God by the unlikeness 4 1, 8 | though the thing may be distant in substance, as was shown 5 1, 10 | in subject, especially if distant, are not one absolutely, 6 1, 13 | 2/2~Further, God is more distant from creatures than any 7 1, 14 | the created essence is as distant from the divine ~essence, 8 1, 14 | as the divine essence is distant from the created essence. 9 1, 48 | Nom. iv) that "evil is distant ~from existence, and even 10 1, 48 | existence, and even more distant from non-existence." Therefore 11 1, 48 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Evil is distant both from simple being and 12 1, 55 | indifferent to what is ~present or distant, except in so far as they 13 1, 55 | as to things present and ~distant; and so he would be moved 14 1, 55 | indifferent as to what is ~near or distant. Nevertheless his local 15 1, 57 | a thing is spoken of as distant by reason of time, so ~is 16 1, 57 | angels know things which are distant ~according to place. Therefore 17 1, 57 | they likewise know things distant according ~to future time.~ 18 1, 57 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Things distant according to place are already 19 1, 58 | the angel knows certain distant natures not ~by one, but 20 1, 76 | Further, things which are very distant from one another, are not ~ 21 1, 76 | intellectual soul is ~very distant from the body, both because 22 1, 76 | naturally moves what is distant from it by means of ~something 23 1, 76 | The soul is indeed very distant from the body, if we ~consider 24 1, 76 | considered as an ~act, is very distant from matter, which is a 25 1, 49 | Nom. iv) that "evil is distant ~from existence, and even 26 1, 49 | existence, and even more distant from non-existence." Therefore 27 1, 49 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Evil is distant both from simple being and 28 1, 56 | indifferent to what is ~present or distant, except in so far as they 29 1, 56 | as to things present and ~distant; and so he would be moved 30 1, 56 | indifferent as to what is ~near or distant. Nevertheless his local 31 1, 58 | a thing is spoken of as distant by reason of time, so ~is 32 1, 58 | angels know things which are distant ~according to place. Therefore 33 1, 58 | they likewise know things distant according ~to future time.~ 34 1, 58 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Things distant according to place are already 35 1, 59 | the angel knows certain distant natures not ~by one, but 36 1, 75 | Further, things which are very distant from one another, are not ~ 37 1, 75 | intellectual soul is ~very distant from the body, both because 38 1, 75 | naturally moves what is distant from it by means of ~something 39 1, 75 | The soul is indeed very distant from the body, if we ~consider 40 1, 75 | considered as an ~act, is very distant from matter, which is a 41 1, 77 | of inquiry, is ~not less distant from the actions of the 42 1, 87 | that which is infinitely distant from them, and this belongs ~ 43 1, 88 | indifferent ~to what is near or distant. Hence knowledge in the 44 1, 88 | 3: The future, which is distant in time, does not actually ~ 45 1, 88 | knowable. But ~what is locally distant exists actually, and is 46 1, 90 | 3: Further, man is more distant from plants than he is from 47 1, 94 | Further, nature is more distant from grace than grace is 48 1, 114 | is not that which is most distant from God; for it ~participates 49 1, 114 | form. That which is most distant from God is primary matter; 50 2, 17 | members of the body are more ~distant from the reason, than the 51 2, 50 | but all are ~infinitely distant therefrom; for this reason, 52 2, 88 | Because venial ~sin is equally distant from mortal, as mortal sin 53 2, 88 | OBJ[3]), good is more distant ~from evil, than venial 54 2, 105 | For some of them were far distant, and were not among those 55 2, 18 | far as it is infinitely distant from ~God, and this defect 56 2, 20 | Further, contraries are most distant from one another. Now ~presumption 57 2, 20 | Now ~presumption is more distant from fear than from hope, 58 2, 20 | are things that are most distant from one ~another within 59 2, 22 | neighbor - which are infinitely distant from one ~another. Therefore 60 2, 26 | throws its heat to more ~distant objects. Hence our love 61 2, 26 | is near than ~on what is distant, so too, charity loves with 62 2, 47 | the notion ~of something distant, to which that which occurs 63 2, 47 | in themselves, are not distant, since they are everywhere 64 2, 47 | always, ~though they are distant from us, in so far as we 65 2, 47 | enables a man to look on distant things. ~Therefore there 66 2, 87 | nor ~secret thoughts, nor distant things: and yet men speak 67 2, 121 | Further, one contrary is more distant from the other than its ~ 68 2, 134 | off as to place, though distant ~from us, is not simply 69 2, 134 | from us, is not simply distant from things in nature, as 70 2, 171 | intent, in its act, upon distant things ~which are far removed 71 2, 172 | angels, not as being ~far distant, but as already wholly united 72 2, 182 | you will find them as far ~distant from one another as a common 73 3, 1 | 3: Further, a body is as distant from the highest spirit 74 3, 1 | power things infinitely distant are united, inasmuch as 75 3, 2 | by this union are most ~distant - namely, the Divine and 76 3, 7 | what is not present, ~but distant; for a prophet means, as 77 3, 7 | and announcing what ~is distant from others, with whom he 78 3, 26 | nature of a ~mean to be distant from each extreme: while 79 3, 26 | Because, as man, He is distant both from ~God, by nature, 80 3, 36 | so they who came from a distant foreign land ~to a kingdom 81 3, 44 | passed the sun, ~and was distant from it by the length of 82 3, 76 | has parts ~determinately distant. for a determinate distance 83 Suppl, 43| the ~parties leaves for a distant country, because in doubtful 84 Suppl, 54| as "the relation between distant ~persons, whereby is known 85 Suppl, 54| the descending ~line, is distant from a certain one, say 86 Suppl, 54| in ~either direction is distant in the second degree, for 87 Suppl, 54| children of two brothers are distant from one ~another in the 88 Suppl, 54| degree, since neither is distant ~more than one degree from 89 Suppl, 54| children of one ~brother are distant in the second degree from 90 Suppl, 54| whatever degree a person is distant from some ~higher degree, 91 Suppl, 54| and never by less is he distant from each ~person descending 92 Suppl, 54| reckoned according to the more distant degree.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 93 Suppl, 54| although they are not always distant in the same number of ~degrees 94 Suppl, 55| account of his being more distant from the stock: whereas 95 Suppl, 80| as the former would be ~distant by their own dimensions 96 Suppl, 80| lines; ~and these are not distant from one another in place, 97 Suppl, 81| what is near and what ~is distant, is moved instantaneously. 98 Suppl, 81| glorified body, for however distant the space to which it is 99 Suppl, 81| for since B is a place distant from A, it ~would follow 100 Suppl, 81| things that are locally distant from one another.~Aquin.: 101 Suppl, 81| as whiteness is the more distant from blackness, ~so a body 102 Suppl, 89| 7: Further, God is more distant from our intellect than 103 Suppl, 89| the Divine essence is more distant from our intellect ~than 104 Suppl, 89| for since it is infinitely distant from the Divine ~essence, 105 Suppl, 89| nature; and thus God is more distant from the created ~intellect 106 Suppl, 89| Divine essence is more ~distant, as to the property of its 107 Suppl, 95| blessed. For they are more distant from the glory of the blessed 108 Suppl, 96| they are not infinitely distant from ~one another.~Aquin.:


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