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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subsistent

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | existence itself, of ~itself subsistent (Q[3], A[4]). Consequently, 2 1, 7 | anything, but ~He is His own subsistent being as was shown above ( 3 1, 9 | incorporeal substances, being subsistent forms which, although with ~ 4 1, 11 | since He ~is being itself, subsistent, absolutely undetermined. 5 1, 12 | it belong to be His own subsistent being. ~Therefore what exists 6 1, 13 | kind what is ~perfect and subsistent is compound; whereas their 7 1, 14 | understanding which is not subsistent is ~understood, something 8 1, 14 | divine understanding which is subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 9 1, 29 | individuals are not only subsistent, but ~also substand. But 10 1, 29 | all ~nature - that is, a subsistent individual of a rational 11 1, 29 | essence itself; and so it is subsistent, for ~the divine essence 12 1, 30 | also several ~realities subsistent in the divine nature; which 13 1, 30 | nevertheless they are not several subsistent realities - that is, several ~ 14 1, 30 | part of the nature, but the subsistent reality in that ~nature. 15 1, 32 | simple forms; and to ~signify subsistent things we use concrete terms. 16 1, 33 | divine Word is something ~subsistent in the divine nature; and 17 1, 34 | must needs be something subsistent; ~for whatever is in the 18 1, 37 | both Word ~and Love are subsistent. Therefore, when we say 19 1, 39 | creatures relations are not subsistent. But in God relations are ~ 20 1, 39 | But in God relations are ~subsistent, and so by reason of the 21 1, 39 | Son signifies either one ~subsistent, with two denominations; 22 1, 40 | but when the relation is subsistent, it does not ~presuppose, 23 1, 41 | relations ~themselves as subsistent, there would not be several 24 1, 41 | Wherefore there can be ~but one subsistent filiation in God: just as 25 1, 41 | there could be but one ~subsistent whiteness.~Aquin.: SMT FP 26 1, 75 | souls of brute animals are subsistent?~(4) Whether the soul is 27 1, 75 | human soul is something subsistent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 28 1, 75 | human soul is not something subsistent. ~For that which subsists 29 1, 75 | the soul is not something subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 30 1, 75 | OBJ 2: Further, everything subsistent operates. But the soul does 31 1, 75 | Therefore the soul is not subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 32 1, 75 | Further, if the soul were subsistent, it would have some ~operation 33 1, 75 | human soul is not something subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 34 1, 75 | substance, that is, something ~subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 35 1, 75 | principle both ~incorporeal and subsistent. For it is clear that by 36 1, 75 | something ~incorporeal and subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 37 1, 75 | Firstly, for anything subsistent; secondly, for that which 38 1, 75 | sense, as being something subsistent; but not in the ~second, 39 1, 75 | souls of brute animals are subsistent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 40 1, 75 | souls of brute animals are subsistent. For ~man is of the same ' 41 1, 75 | 2]), the soul of man is subsistent. Therefore the souls of 42 1, 75 | souls of other ~animals are subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 43 1, 75 | it follows that they are subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual 44 1, 75 | human ~intellectual soul is subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 45 1, 75 | alone we believe to have a subsistent soul: whereas the souls ~ 46 1, 75 | souls ~of animals are not subsistent."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 47 1, 75 | souls of brute animals are subsistent. But ~Aristotle held that 48 1, 75 | operations they are not subsistent. For the operation of anything 49 1, 75 | to the act of a form. A subsistent form, however, does not ~ 50 1, 75 | also as regards anything ~subsistent that is a form alone. For 51 1, 75 | it is impossible for a ~subsistent form to cease to exist.~ 52 1, 75 | matter and form, but are subsistent forms, it is ~clear that 53 1, 76 | per se" existence and is subsistent, as ~was said above (Q[75], 54 1, 76 | separate intellects are subsistent substances, and ~consequently 55 1, 37 | both Word ~and Love are subsistent. Therefore, when we say 56 1, 39 | creatures relations are not subsistent. But in God relations are ~ 57 1, 39 | But in God relations are ~subsistent, and so by reason of the 58 1, 39 | Son signifies either one ~subsistent, with two denominations; 59 1, 40 | but when the relation is subsistent, it does not ~presuppose, 60 1, 41 | relations ~themselves as subsistent, there would not be several 61 1, 41 | Wherefore there can be ~but one subsistent filiation in God: just as 62 1, 41 | there could be but one ~subsistent whiteness.~Aquin.: SMT FP 63 1, 74 | souls of brute animals are subsistent?~(4) Whether the soul is 64 1, 74 | human soul is something subsistent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 65 1, 74 | human soul is not something subsistent. ~For that which subsists 66 1, 74 | the soul is not something subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 67 1, 74 | OBJ 2: Further, everything subsistent operates. But the soul does 68 1, 74 | Therefore the soul is not subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 69 1, 74 | Further, if the soul were subsistent, it would have some ~operation 70 1, 74 | human soul is not something subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 71 1, 74 | substance, that is, something ~subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 72 1, 74 | principle both ~incorporeal and subsistent. For it is clear that by 73 1, 74 | something ~incorporeal and subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 74 1, 74 | Firstly, for anything subsistent; secondly, for that which 75 1, 74 | sense, as being something subsistent; but not in the ~second, 76 1, 74 | souls of brute animals are subsistent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 77 1, 74 | souls of brute animals are subsistent. For ~man is of the same ' 78 1, 74 | 2]), the soul of man is subsistent. Therefore the souls of 79 1, 74 | souls of other ~animals are subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 80 1, 74 | it follows that they are subsistent; just as the human ~intellectual 81 1, 74 | human ~intellectual soul is subsistent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 82 1, 74 | alone we believe to have a subsistent soul: whereas the souls ~ 83 1, 74 | souls ~of animals are not subsistent."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] A[ 84 1, 74 | souls of brute animals are subsistent. But ~Aristotle held that 85 1, 74 | operations they are not subsistent. For the operation of anything 86 1, 74 | to the act of a form. A subsistent form, however, does not ~ 87 1, 74 | also as regards anything ~subsistent that is a form alone. For 88 1, 74 | it is impossible for a ~subsistent form to cease to exist.~ 89 1, 74 | matter and form, but are subsistent forms, it is ~clear that 90 1, 75 | per se" existence and is subsistent, as ~was said above (Q[75], 91 1, 75 | separate intellects are subsistent substances, and ~consequently 92 1, 84 | held that universals are ~subsistent, the universal considered 93 1, 84 | mere participations of ~the subsistent universals which he called 94 1, 89 | the rational soul is a subsistent form, as above ~explained ( 95 1, 89 | corporeal matter, and is subsistent, and exceeds the ~capacity 96 1, 103 | But some creatures are subsistent forms, ~as we have said 97 1, 117 | the sensitive ~soul were subsistent, having being and operation 98 1, 117 | And since a simple and subsistent thing cannot be made except 99 1, 117 | therefore, ~it is not a subsistent form, its relation to existence 100 1, 117 | to exist forasmuch as the subsistent composites exist ~through 101 1, 117 | independent of the ~body, it is subsistent, as proved above (Q[75], 102 1, 117 | action of God is ~something subsistent: and thus it must needs 103 1, 117 | body - or else it is not subsistent, but a perfection of the ~ 104 3, 4 | Nevertheless, if human nature were subsistent in this way, it ~would not 105 3, 25 | speaking honor is given to a subsistent thing in its entirety: ~ 106 3, 35 | designates something as having subsistent being.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 107 Suppl, 76| generation ~and corruption is not subsistent of itself, so as to be able


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