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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sound

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | may be able to ~exhort in sound doctrine and to convince 2 1, 5 | primarily intelligible; as sound is that which is ~primarily 3 1, 20 | not give to his own son in sound ~health.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 29 | since a ~greater volume of sound is produced through the 5 1, 34 | word - that ~is, the vocal sound itself, and the signification 6 1, 34 | the signification of the sound. For, ~according to the 7 1, 34 | Philosopher (Peri Herm. i) vocal sound signifies the ~concept of 8 1, 34 | intellect. Again the vocal sound proceeds from the ~signification 9 1, 34 | ii, text 90. The ~vocal sound, which has no signification 10 1, 34 | wherefore the exterior vocal sound is called a word from the 11 1, 34 | secondarily, the vocal sound itself, signifying the interior 12 1, 34 | imagination of the vocal sound is called a ~word. Damascene 13 1, 34 | clothed it with imaginary sound, can already see some ~likeness 14 1, 51 | while the voice itself is a sound conveyed from ~the mouth. 15 1, 51 | things, in so far ~as it is sound; and walking agrees with 16 1, 66 | is by color, hearing ~by sound. Therefore for this reason 17 1, 77 | also to some one power; as sound and color belong ~to sight 18 1, 77 | itself is divided into color, sound, and the ~like, and therefore 19 1, 77 | and another with regard to sound, namely, hearing. But ~it 20 1, 77 | dissimilar, as color and sound. Therefore there is no order 21 1, 77 | higher and lower bodies. But ~sound is audible in the air, which 22 1, 52 | while the voice itself is a sound conveyed from ~the mouth. 23 1, 52 | things, in so far ~as it is sound; and walking agrees with 24 1, 67 | is by color, hearing ~by sound. Therefore for this reason 25 1, 76 | also to some one power; as sound and color belong ~to sight 26 1, 76 | itself is divided into color, sound, and the ~like, and therefore 27 1, 76 | and another with regard to sound, namely, hearing. But ~it 28 1, 76 | dissimilar, as color and sound. Therefore there is no order 29 1, 76 | higher and lower bodies. But ~sound is audible in the air, which 30 1, 77 | further from color than sound is, it ~seems that there 31 1, 77 | that which grasps color or sound.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 32 1, 77 | immutation, as to ~place, in sound which is the object of " 33 1, 77 | object of "hearing"; for sound is caused by ~percussion 34 1, 79 | as sight for seeing, or sound for hearing; but simply 35 1, 81 | something in which there is ~sound is nobler than something 36 1, 81 | nobler and simpler than sound. For as we have said above ( 37 2, 8 | equality; for instance, sound and color are different ~ 38 2, 18 | to know color and to know sound, differ ~essentially in 39 2, 24 | moderately ailing, is not ~sound; so, this mean in the diseases 40 2, 24 | passions of the soul, is not ~sound." For passions are not called " 41 2, 48 | mouth ~indeed he shapes a sound, but the understanding knows 42 2, 57 | that a man's judgment ~is sound, while his execution is 43 2, 61 | brave, just and prudent; no sound fortitude, that ~is not 44 2, 102 | building of the ~temple no sound was heard of hammer or saw, 45 2, 102 | considered in the nature of the sound, letters ~and syllables 46 2, 102 | on the Scriptures and a sound understanding ~thereof; 47 2, 113 | And suddenly there came a sound ~from heaven as of a mighty 48 2, 2 | Ep. cxc): "Our ~faith is sound if we believe that no man, 49 2, 9 | is that he ~should have a sound grasp of the things that 50 2, 10 | rules of ~faith, and to the sound interpretation of the Fathers. 51 2, 10 | contentious words rather than of sound ~speeches.~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 10 | may be able to exhort in ~sound doctrine and to convince 53 2, 38 | priests were commanded to sound the sacred ~trumpets in 54 2, 58 | godly and just life who is sound in his estimate of things, 55 2, 70 | essence, i.e. as ~audible sound injure no man, except perhaps 56 2, 72 | takes his ~name from the sound of his speech, for he speaks 57 2, 87 | oath in accordance with the sound ~understanding of the person 58 2, 89 | according to various melodies of sound, as the Philosopher ~state ( 59 2, 109 | thou dost an alms-deed sound not a trumpet before thee, 60 2, 139 | pleased ~at a well-harmonized sound, this pleasure has nothing 61 2, 139 | health, or for the sake of a sound condition of body." Other 62 2, 139 | hindrance to health and a sound condition of body; and these ~ 63 2, 139 | necessary for health or a sound ~condition of body, "so 64 2, 139 | prejudicial to ~health and a sound bodily condition, but also 65 2, 166 | De Offic. i, 18): "The sound of the voice and ~the gesture 66 2, 174 | would have had a different sound in another's ears, from 67 2, 178 | of God, we have one foot sound while the other halts; since ~ 68 2, 178 | only on that foot which is sound."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 69 2, 181 | letter for the sake of the sound." But ~effecting pertains 70 2, 186 | may be able to exhort in sound doctrine and to convince ~ 71 3, 15 | we are frightened at a ~sound, not knowing what it is; 72 3, 39 | the saints make choice of ~sound doctrines, with which they 73 3, 39 | the saints do ~not rend sound doctrines, as heretics do. 74 3, 60 | i.e. not by the ~outward sound of the voice, "but because 75 3, 60 | the same words as to their sound be not ~used by all. Consequently 76 3, 60 | so, although the sensible sound is changed, ~yet the sense 77 3, 77 | breaking is followed by sound. But the sacramental ~species 78 3, 77 | sacramental ~species emit no sound: because the Philosopher 79 3, 77 | Anima ii), that ~what emits sound is a hard body, having a 80 3, 77 | and ~the capability of sound as a consequence.~Aquin.: 81 3, 89 | even as we might call the sound of a harp, a dead voice. 82 Suppl, 73| resurrection?~(2) Whether the sound of the trumpet is?~(3) Whether 83 Suppl, 73| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sound of the trumpet will be the 84 Suppl, 73| It would seem that the sound of the trumpet will not 85 Suppl, 73| ought not to assign the sound of the trumpet as a cause ~ 86 Suppl, 73| it is unfitting to make a sound ~to arouse them.~Aquin.: 87 Suppl, 73| 1~OBJ 3: Further, if any sound is the cause of the resurrection, 88 Suppl, 73| power given by God to the sound: wherefore a gloss on Ps. ~ 89 Suppl, 73| naturally. ~Therefore if a sound be the cause of resurrection, 90 Suppl, 73| A[4]] who says that "the sound of the trumpet is ~nothing 91 Suppl, 73| judgment; sometimes ~the sound of a trumpet [*1 Cor. 15: 92 Suppl, 73| sign is the same as the sound of the trumpet, as explained 93 Suppl, 73| through being spoken: so this sound, ~whatever it be, will have 94 Suppl, 73| being uttered. Even so a sound by ~the pulsation of the 95 Suppl, 73| since judgment about the sound ~that reaches the ears is 96 Suppl, 73| the power given to that sound ~were a complete being in 97 Suppl, 74| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, all sound is measured by time. Now 98 Suppl, 74| measured by time. Now the sound of the ~trumpet will be 99 Suppl, 74| would seem to apply to that sound as to the forms of the ~ 100 Suppl, 74| sacraments, namely that the sound will produce its effect 101 Suppl, 79| possible for the voice to ~give sound there, we have already stated ( 102 Suppl, 88| sounded the trumpet, ~at the sound of which "the dead shall 103 Suppl, 89| relation to the sight, and sound in relation to the hearing.


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