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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | His excelling power; by length, the duration of His ~existence; 2 1, 3 | incomprehensibility of ~His essence; by length, the procession of His all-pervading 3 1, 3 | something of its own ~genus; as length is measured by length and 4 1, 3 | as length is measured by length and numbers by number. But 5 1, 10 | Scripture because of the length of their duration, although 6 1, 30 | corporeal properties, such as ~length, breadth, and the like; 7 1, 53 | there be ~a body of a palm's length, and let there be a plane 8 1, 53 | the ~time. But between one length of time and any other length 9 1, 53 | length of time and any other length of time there ~is proportion. 10 1, 54 | there be ~a body of a palm's length, and let there be a plane 11 1, 54 | the ~time. But between one length of time and any other length 12 1, 54 | length of time and any other length of time there ~is proportion. 13 1, 84 | Euclid says, "a line is length without breadth, the extremities 14 1, 84 | in a line of indefinite length, and in a ~circular line, 15 1, 86 | means of itself, because at length ~it acquires knowledge of 16 1, 87 | forever, it must arrive at length at some ~immaterial quiddity, 17 1, 109 | but ~that it assumes the length the form of a bed is from 18 1, 118 | water, so as to become at length watery, as the Philosopher ~ 19 1, 118 | dissimilar, becomes at length similar through the form 20 2, 2 | him; I ~will fill him with length of days, and I will show 21 2, 42 | something for a certain length of time, we should ~reckon 22 2, 42 | suffered for twice that length of time. ~And accordingly, 23 2, 42 | same thing for an infinite length of time, ~i.e. for ever, 24 2, 48 | as time goes on, until at length it ~vanishes altogether. 25 2, 53 | destroyed nor diminished by length of time. Neither, therefore, ~ 26 2, 53 | destroyed or diminished through length of time, if one ~fails for 27 2, 74 | delay] through taking a length of time. But length of time 28 2, 74 | taking a length of time. But length of time is no ~reason why 29 2, 85 | instance if from any finite ~length I continue to subtract the 30 2, 85 | continue to subtract the length of a span. If, however, 31 2, 88 | 1 Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 1: Length of time is not a circumstance 32 2, 109 | infinity, we must come at length to this, that man's ~free-will 33 2, 31 | Now ~one may go to the length of accusing a person publicly, 34 2, 45 | ancient is wisdom, and ~in length of days prudence." Therefore 35 2, 47 | quickly, for it requires length of time. Hence in ~matters 36 2, 81 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Length of prayer consists, not 37 2, 99 | latter's old age, until at length he ~should bury him. This 38 2, 121 | because endurance implies length of time, whereas aggression 39 2, 135 | act: secondly, from the length of time, since to persist 40 2, 135 | difficulty arising ~from length of time.~Aquin.: SMT SS 41 2, 135 | difficult to persist for any length of ~time, if not on account 42 2, 173 | discussing the question at length, concludes: ~"Perhaps then 43 2, 180 | burden of necessity shall at ~length be taken from thee: whereas 44 3, 1 | faith should cool by the length of time, ~for the charity 45 3, 10 | imagine a surface ~infinite in length and finite in breadth. Hence, 46 3, 10 | several lines of infinite length drawn on a surface of finite 47 3, 35 | day begins to increase in ~length," so as to show that He 48 3, 36 | a ~journey of very great length in thirteen days, owing 49 3, 44 | was distant from it by the length of half the heavenly circle, 50 3, 46 | breadth, and height, and ~length, and depth," of which the 51 3, 46 | are stretched out upon it. Length is the ~tree's extent from 52 3, 51 | tomb?~(4) Concerning the length of time He lay in the tomb.~ 53 3, 55 | is expressed by Mark, 'at length when they were at ~table,' 54 3, 69 | Christ therein: yet at ~length he will be raised up to 55 3, 69 | in fear of them: "and at ~length He will altogether exterminate 56 3, 83 | both on account of ~the length of the office, and also 57 Suppl, 18| The canons do not fix the length of time for doing penance 58 Suppl, 54| mediate ~movers fails at length, and reaches something that 59 Suppl, 54| on failing: so that ~at length it ceases and can go no 60 Suppl, 55| the owner. Therefore by length ~of time a marriage becomes 61 Suppl, 55| consang. et affinit.), "length of time does not ~diminish 62 Suppl, 64| and another two ~cubits in length. But equality of proportion 63 Suppl, 71| division of a line we come at length to ~something which is not 64 Suppl, 74| this is because ~the exact length of future time cannot be 65 Suppl, 78| reckoned according to the length of past time. ~Now it is 66 Suppl, 78| not as though the same length of time ~were befitting 67 Suppl, 80| and breadth, but not of length, because ~penetration regards 68 Suppl, 80| regards depth, wherefore length is not an obstacle to ~penetration. 69 Suppl, 81| increased by so much is the length of time decreased, and the ~ 70 Suppl, 83| lessened, it must needs at length be done away" (Phys. i, 71 Suppl, 83| suffering, ~they will at length be done away and corrupted: 72 Suppl, 83| be passible they will at length be consumed by the fire, 73 Suppl, 83| there ~is no body which at length is not consumed by fire"; 74 Suppl, 84| impossible to estimate the length of time one ~would require 75 Suppl, 85| immediately from God, so at length ~the world will receive 76 Suppl, 85| require an inconceivable length of time. Thus Augustine 77 Suppl, 85| to conceive its size and length? or the length of time required 78 Suppl, 85| size and length? or the length of time required for ~the 79 Suppl, 85| would require an immense ~length of time, if the judgment 80 Suppl, 85| enable us to know ~the exact length of time. For they are not 81 Suppl, 85| intended to indicate a short ~length of time, but to signify 82 Suppl, 85| its delay is equal to the length of man's life, ~so that 83 Suppl, 85| of the ~whole Church, the length of whose duration is not 84 Suppl, 85| is not dependent on the length ~of man's life. And yet 85 Suppl, 88| movement will cease at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 86 Suppl, 88| useless, or it ~will cease at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 87 Suppl, 88| the world must last that length of time, which does not 88 Suppl, 88| Reply OBJ 9: Time will at length cease, when the heavenly 89 Suppl, 88| that these species will at ~length cease to be.~Aquin.: SMT 90 Suppl, 89| that our ~intellect will at length attain to the vision of 91 Suppl, 95| are subject to time. But "length of time is ~the cause of 92 Suppl, 96| severity, and according to its length of ~time, the measure of 93 Suppl, 96| the wicked angels comes at length to an ~end, the happiness 94 Suppl, 96| that the demons will at length, ~through God's mercy, be 95 Suppl, 96| damned are to be delivered at length from their sufferings, so 96 Suppl, 96| souls of the blessed will at length ~pass from their happy state 97 Suppl, 96| all human souls ~shall at length have rest from their pains.~ 98 Suppl, 96| even unbelievers, are at ~length set free from punishment. 99 Suppl, 96| God's ~indignation was at length removed from the human race 100 Suppl, 96| Therefore all Christians will at length be saved.~Aquin.: SMT XP 101 Suppl, 96| Christians will be ~saved at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 102 Suppl, 96| punishment, not even after any length ~of time whatever.~Aquin.: 103 Appen1, 2| amount of guilt: whereas the length corresponds to the firmness


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