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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cold

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | simultaneously ~potentially cold. It is therefore impossible 2 1, 13 | themselves, such as heat, ~cold, whiteness and the like, 3 1, 19 | change in him. Thus when the cold ~weather begins, it becomes 4 1, 49 | the exterior surrounding cold heats (the body) through 5 1, 50 | compared to heat seems to be cold; and thus it ~is said that 6 1, 67 | quality has its opposite, as cold is ~opposed to heat, blackness 7 1, 68 | be proved by ~the extreme cold of Saturn owing to its nearness 8 1, 76 | contraries, such as hot and ~cold, wet and dry, and the like, 9 1, 77 | the latter from something cold, which is ~the active principle, 10 1, 77 | the active principle, to cold. Therefore the powers are 11 1, 50 | the exterior surrounding cold heats (the body) through 12 1, 51 | compared to heat seems to be cold; and thus it ~is said that 13 1, 68 | quality has its opposite, as cold is ~opposed to heat, blackness 14 1, 69 | be proved by ~the extreme cold of Saturn owing to its nearness 15 1, 75 | contraries, such as hot and ~cold, wet and dry, and the like, 16 1, 76 | the latter from something cold, which is ~the active principle, 17 1, 76 | the active principle, to cold. Therefore the powers are 18 1, 77 | soul"; for though hot and ~cold, wet and dry, and other 19 1, 77 | contraries; such ~as hot or cold, damp or dry, and suchlike. 20 1, 77 | proximate genus of hot and cold is unnamed.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 84 | qualities, ~such as being cold or hot, hard or soft, and 22 1, 88 | its contrary, ~as heat, by cold; and secondly, indirectly, 23 1, 90 | generated where heat and cold ~are extreme, but only in 24 1, 101 | night; that it is never too cold there, ~because the sun 25 1, 107 | extremes; thus tepid seems cold compared to hot, and hot 26 1, 107 | hot, and hot compared to ~cold. So the "Archangels" are 27 1, 109 | soul as regards heat and cold, and ~sometimes even as 28 1, 114 | contrary agents - heat and cold, and the like. Therefore 29 1, 114 | the ~action of heat and cold, moisture and dryness, and 30 1, 114 | elements, such as hot and cold and the like. If ~therefore 31 1, 116 | is changed to heat ~and cold, as appears when a man is 32 2, 4 | way ~of opposition; thus cold hinders the action of heat: 33 2, 6 | body, as in the case of cold or heat; and ~through the 34 2, 6 | to them; for instance, a cold thing, or a white thing: 35 2, 12 | proper measure of heat and cold conduce to ~health; or because 36 2, 15 | the effect of heat and ~of cold (since bricks are hardened 37 2, 15 | water is ~hardened by the cold), then by removing heat 38 2, 17 | consisting in heat or ~cold. Therefore the act of the 39 2, 17 | desire, the body remains cold." Therefore the movements 40 2, 17 | natural change of heat and cold, ~which change is not subject 41 2, 22 | when they become hot or ~cold, or undergo some similar 42 2, 31 | namely, of things hot and cold and the like. Wherefore 43 2, 31 | another, such as hot and cold, of which the former is 44 2, 32 | contrary: thus "that which is cold sometimes causes heat," 45 2, 35 | contrary to ~sorrow caused by cold. But there is no contrary 46 2, 37 | accessible to the action of cold, and in consequence freezes 47 2, 44 | the condensation caused by cold, the ~vital spirits have 48 2, 44 | downward movement; the said cold being due to the ~imagined 49 2, 44 | trembling is occasioned by cold; thus we observe that a 50 2, 44 | thus we observe that a cold person ~trembles. Now fear 51 2, 44 | does not seem to make one cold, but rather to cause a ~ 52 2, 44 | that the outer parts become cold; and for this reason ~trembling 53 2, 48 | freezes harder, as though ~the cold acted with greater force 54 2, 48 | corresponds to the action ~of cold, but one of prosecution, 55 2, 49 | in regard to ~heat and cold, and in regard to all such 56 2, 49 | Categor. vi), that heat and cold are dispositions or habits, 57 2, 49 | regard to shape, or heat, or cold, ~a man is not said to be 58 2, 49 | beauty; while heat ~and cold, according to their suitability 59 2, 49 | And in this way heat and cold are put, by the ~Philosopher, 60 2, 50 | qualities, which are heat ~and cold, moisture and dryness, there 61 2, 52 | alteration as to hot and cold, there follows ~in an animal 62 2, 52 | previously (thus we may say cold ~increases in a man who, 63 2, 52 | in a man who, after being cold in one part of his body, 64 2, 52 | one part of his body, is cold ~in several parts), or because 65 2, 53 | if, for this same reason, cold which is destructive of 66 2, 72 | with reference to hot and cold. On the other hand, the 67 2, 72 | it does not ~give forth cold.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 68 2, 75 | consequently causes a privation of ~cold. The first of these suffices 69 2, 82 | from ~excessive heat or cold, or from a lesion in the 70 2, 33 | thus acid things are also cold. Hence sloth implies ~a 71 2, 53 | injustice be just, ~nor heat cold, although that which is 72 2, 53 | which is hot may become cold.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 73 2, 93 | whom there is ~abundance of cold humors dreams that he is 74 2, 139 | food, for food is hot or cold, wet or ~dry." To the taste 75 2, 145 | Contra Jov. ii.] "Venus ~is cold when Ceres and Bacchus are 76 2, 145 | creature, by ~reason of heat, cold, wet and dry. Thus the number " 77 2, 145 | account of the surrounding cold of the night), ~and the 78 2, 162 | instance, extreme heat or cold. Secondly, to ~hide his 79 2, 177 | them, as tepid in hot and cold, and pale in white ~and 80 2, 185 | by things that ~excel in cold, so proneness to pride is 81 2, 186 | clothing, which pertains to ~cold and nakedness, or by bodily 82 3, 1 | charity of many will grow cold at the end of the world. 83 3, 12 | the heat in summer and the cold in winter, and other human ~ 84 3, 13 | regards alteration in heat and cold, and ~their consequences; 85 3, 39 | should not be left to wax cold. Nor let it disturb anyone 86 3, 40 | subject to heat, moisture, cold, and ~dryness. Hence if 87 3, 50 | heat, can never become ~cold. But the Son of God is the 88 3, 50 | indirectly at times: thus cold sometimes is the indirect 89 3, 54 | and lightness, heat and cold, and similar ~contraries, 90 3, 74 | be salt or fresh, warm or cold water. ~Therefore neither 91 3, 74 | bread than between warm and cold baptismal water: because 92 3, 80 | abounded and charity ~grew cold" (Mt. 24:12), Pope Innocent 93 3, 83 | comes to pass owing to the cold that the ~host will slip 94 Suppl, 42| as the same heat expels cold and gives heat.~Aquin.: 95 Suppl, 54| because ~charity waxed cold in many hearts so that they 96 Suppl, 70| were in it (even so the cold of water that has ~been 97 Suppl, 72| charity of many shall grow ~cold," and consequently the cleansing 98 Suppl, 72| species it returns to the cold ~temperature which it had 99 Suppl, 72| qualities, ~namely heat and cold, which are the chief principles 100 Suppl, 80| 2: Further, as heat and cold are simple qualities of 101 Suppl, 80| accidents, namely heat, cold, and so forth. Hence it 102 Suppl, 80| fact of ~its being hot or cold, heavy or light, it still 103 Suppl, 80| tangible qualities are hot and cold and so forth, which are ~ 104 Suppl, 88| days of the earth . . . cold and heat, summer and winter, 105 Suppl, 88| heavenly body, so are hot and cold, wet and dry. qualities 106 Suppl, 94| one ~passes from heat to cold. But we can admit no respite 107 Suppl, 94| heat to the most ~intense cold without this giving them 108 Suppl, 94| surrounded on all sides by the cold of the ~earth.~Aquin.: SMT


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